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 Material Information
Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
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BERNALI DIEDERICAH ., .
EDITOR ED...

VOLUME 1. "


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AllU work and no play me year he won the worlds
Stakes Jack a dull boy record, and m-tings in a
This time ld' sayig doten different, Capitals on
., is used in scho. tIish- the continent.
.out the world. ato.4 ae C. ,ipion runner Andre -
to student to ihea.ids it' six years com-
Sorganized sport. Orgti pig wslo, Copenhagen
't 'hfs playea:.".impo- i'AS i. Li4i :MlAiL6ndon; Vie-
ita 'lein e 4 el. p a- d." nudapest, Rome- Cons-
of the f new '~ti q .entinople, B'carest etc, and
iAMi he t orld beatingg thtir' lfid ad" '
s air ectpk i's Acrbe irack chainpions t ws *un-
"i1fiel~yYdeveliid fortunate that two weeks be
-r fore thex 1928 .Olypic. ga ;
:".. ifmes, Sprint- favoyte The-

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*cident Wti 'ait ve
World tn. 4veat aixtlc-
t t.se athletes1 migt gne
4tive! had a chance ad,
ASnot gone to trance and,
4 Received the pireper]
cl~ig,7 training, and corn
pet ,. to shape them in-I
to o d champions, These,
Al lown athletes S11;
t.w or-andidrtbekrd
f in -he.;years. -1925 to
1I' lyoiz honours all oyer
ylvio 'Catbr HIaidts.
gireatsf aete ras second
(4 ng. jump) ii the Qly1Impic'
gms in .1928 and that sa,-
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MARCH 11TH. '- No. 26 .
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"oint FoufBo
Meets Prese
PRESS RELEASE v.' .
(Thursday)
Dr. Ijenry, G.' Bennett
brought the personal greet-
ings of Pres. Truman t
Press. ..Maglore yesterday :a
ti the ~ilace oft the occps64
of' the isi ofo .:n .O.

.t.. Chief ex." tzv .
In. disd-tio the
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D" -ehneWt aso~ cnferre
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ReceiveS Gran' d can Embassy aniU. S..tech
WI nicians now in Haiti, on, co-
elome in ap' operative projects which ha-
ve.already become a part of
After, weeks of prepara- Point Four .
.ion the population of the-. In talking with -Haitian
"'Cap,, in style only -procee- Governmentofficials he store
tded in Colonial times, when ssed the fact that the purpo-
the "Cap, was 'the most im (Continued on page 3)
portant city on the island, -
Strooped out to the city .ga.tds ..
last night to welcome -thc.v.Want .t Compeitors
President home (President "t mea titrs
Magloire is from the cap or Cabbean
The Presidential' cortege Pster ,nte
16oking very spruce after the
tedious all-day trip from This week the Nlational
Port-au-Prince returned the Office of Tourism Announ.
tremendous welcome of ap- ced that the ,Caribbean "In-
plause,, banner-waving, mar terifn Tourist Committee,
ANDREi- "EATD a tial music, National anth- is organizing a,co'test chrou
ANDRE thE a a em, 21-gun salute trom Fort ghout the Caribb n for the
greatathlete and sportsman921 Bel-Air, &. i ve -President best colour publicity poster.
Photographed back-in 1921 Magloire ! Nou trcon- 1)- The posters are to mea
after, wnnng the world tent ou ou Pr6sident'papa sure 35"xl.5 -'and. should
Ujniverity,,,s Fid and track
University, Field and track ndpassed under the .Bel- carry a slogan is English
meet in Rome. le Entr6ea to commence the such as aCaribbean Callings
.. week long celebration. 2)- Local. competitors


ard suffere asas .nfluenza at
tack and was'b. unable 'to part The Chief of State in comr
icipate. He was a No. I favo pany of his suite of dignitai
-rite as the year before he ries left Port-au-Prince on
had beaten the U. S. and En Saturday at 5:00 a. m. At 7
glish olympic stars, Scholz :00 he stopped at St Marc
and London. to attend a Te Deum.
This week end your report
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should hand in their efforts
to- the National Tourism Of
fice, no later than 11 a. m.
April 14th and should enclo'
se'their name in a sealed ed
velope. to' accompany their
Poster.
3)- A jury made up of
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iacn '1920 Colni'61 e
serve in Haiti as hi,
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rig'tihe nife. motiths ,..
.1921) that h. waskstatioe4"
herd he was engaged,$A s -
topographical dratsman .'
king a map of Haiti. I.ying '
at,tht time in the dydio o .
the present Amerian .mbas
sy, he was abodt td t nria'": :'t
ferred to the Garde dI'Hait '
"as Second Lieutenant h.en '^
he was ordered bick to the. '
States to attend a, Mrite
Corps. School. I '
A youthful-looking 50,
the Colonel has a pleasant "
informal manner and speaks
matter-of4factly abiut 'lis'nu.
litiiy record which "is dis- ,
tinguish.d. ,
Colonel Follaqsbee s s.
birth place is the. fismng
city of Gloucester, Mas-.
chusetts,.. the home ...pf e
beautiful three-ma.te4. 1.q
cester sEhooner, he was, i.
on the third bf March 191
of parents -of. English 4ds .'
cent. He attended 1loucuear
schools until-at the age of '
16 he was selected to at' d
the U. S. Naval Aca4 *
As Midshipman he .' It .,
at the Naval Academy
with the Atlantic Fleet i .i...
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PERSONALITY... Urgent Need.. The President... "Point Four ..
(Continued from page 1) duated from University of a g
July 1917 until April 1919 Kansas in June 1950 and is (Continued from page 1) (Contined from page 1) (Continued from page o a(,
at the end of the first at present serving as a Lieu- ter visitedAndr Th6ard at 8:45- President GA G. .f. it: Four is to brimi.j
World War he resigned tenant in an Infantry para- Jshome B n t Avenue naives. about te'development of
In .1920 he joined the Ma- 'troop regimen at Fort Bragg John brown, ano d n a room 11:30 the Presidential c onomic and human resorati
rine Corps and after a tour North Carolina. This son w is vlimost completely furnish tgetppe at Chatar ces of the couopera'ting .-:
of duty in Haiti he-returned married "b i today wth souvenir of the great i he had lunch.he tries to. thei- mutual
to the U. S. There in 1924 he to Mis Betty Ann Berg- athletes prize-winning days 'The Chief ofState will stage.
was selected and appointed quist of- Wshington, also in Eqrope he herd of the. attended a Te Deum at P Dr Bennett said, the i
as Second Lieutenant of an'amy ,childimitations of the young ah considered agriculture hel-
Field Artillery in the Regu His second son, John N., letes of Haiti. The 100 me s. and L th, and education s,;i bic
lar Akmy. At his first post who was in Haiti from Dec. ter champion with a dispai- c ap-Hai ien an re to .economic develobiment' i
Ft Ethan Allen Vermont,hle 15. 1948 to. September 6, ring gesture explained, we received t the gates of t and social progress. .Then,
mnet and married Miss Mar- .1950, is now attending Fork have the material here, but, Con M ly way for. a people .it--.ia
cia IMkes on. January 1.4, Union Military Academy there is nothing to, develop ci tre. Communal Ma e more, is to pitiuu& .
1926. Theik first son was Fork Union Virginia. it, he emphasized awe 5 Preside attended a Te re, which means increasing -
born m Veriont on October Third son, David G., at- need first to get. the public af which h production dF%
30, 1926. tends Union School in Port- interested f sport educate e of tl* ,tk i e dividuatand per l.
Hese the Colonel Seem to ha au-Prince. hem on the value of sport, popousvinities and- Drthen BD. tt beli's'
ve te-down to an Army,. Colonel Follansbee who. then we need organization, visited Syndicate o sa-i though the appliiod t
car .he becomes : student has worked at learning coaches, the necessary track, lois and dock work. mode science nd. tchn-
Fi e A illery school 1929- French during his stay in field, ring, pool, etc, and a- S'UNDAY March 11 logy,-the agric6iltural pro- 'i
1930 ; promoted to ls:? : aiti saysymodestly that he boqve all plenty of competit- 800 a m Pesident will auction ofHaticinbed ,aL-
May 1930; served wth i needs ab.ut fie.ore years ,. attend solemn mass at the bled within i few, years d d.:
artillea in Panaa ': master the' language. He An example of the limita- Cathedal that this will add toie.na
zone frip 1930 to 1932; re-, feels it is important. ftr,:A o o developing puo -1:n0 a n',Eilins rional wealth of Haiti by r -|
turned t.iFort Ethan 1~tericans ivihg in another young athletes. Thead Hitiet will affer reception making available iore food X
f r duty.."1932-e- w hofisfne of aiepi n 'dr ",can
for duty (1932-1935) Priemo country to earn the laingua- son Jean, who isone of Ha- in his obr at Hotel de Vil and .other .productboth for.
ted to Captain t:.,;Auxgust ge of the people, not doly t's best teseht day a4thle --e. -,,,' doIn...tse'and dport;
1935; Professor of Military to have a better understand Jean, a good -.,unt:d.e i 5:00 to 7:00 p. m he Will tlhis in4urn ead .t61nds s-
Science and Tactics, Eliza- ding of the country and its cided la' ISuday rto htebe ceivedby e Co n ial' development. :Al Ig
beth High ,Schpoo: (Tenn' -inhabitans;but or courtesy *e 80 metrtrials at Parc der and Officiers of the.Mii withi-ncrease 'agrictra
see) (935-4937)j"he'e fiis He states that S present L.eonte, 'witho. training he a Department of the Pduiwoni. p eh 'i
second, son was born on i a- post ii one of the most agre came in. first, iq 1,0. .se- Pblic Heail%-.adi :EI-
n;'. St able. nii is a over 30ears of conde. Now ,ith wprl 0e . H .. at- are essential, as is attehtig4
PF' Scn ilitany life Ie finds his .oach1ng training and col- dballatih J to such factors as transiPorta :
.e -St. d t.absorbingly interesting e.. mo J dd Othe nio, PQwer, and ,p-biM ad.
)..he, a.satisfying. Like others young Ht ies 2 administration .
re on wh .a zv.lived in Haiti hoe ^,.,ill The Miers took
Jul rt&dnpo fife here t ...RW .itL .age. f .Dr. BennetAp
Divisi6ia t Bragg North pleasant, the ;people held in Hiki Finland s ohad" w r '" 'iil be ce to" dii s u3ecficpw
Car l 40942. Battery .cheerfdl cot a i b e th bas tra- .the guest of Deputy' Salo- they"-have'i ihiis fo
Cmand attai courteous; e n behmd them. mnoBellerive. Will attend technical cooperation naier
Executiv t26tliCieletAi-", ^y and climate beyond There is obviously a frac Te Ieum at Terrier Rouge Point Four. They shoqi a
ry; Proni t 'Mtaj ote coiiiabre. Add' toh b l t the u- tion of citizens that have do- and Fort Libert where'he clear understanding of .the
minary 194;. promoted to nipue culture and tradition ne their best to ,develop will take part in a reception Program and how it could '
Colonel .lD.ceiI 1 ; of Haiti and yo have the sport. An example this year offered by Deputy Duly La- be applieE for the benefit '
t"a'sfereWdr War 'Depart- secret of its .'charm. he wqs the untiring work of mother. of Haiti and its people. hi r ''"
ient General Staff in Was- claims. Willy Macintosh, Lt. Pas- On the return to the Cap Bennett indicated that their
hngton in 1d942 and.remai- Keenly interested: in the quet and Pr6zeau and- ot- the managers of Plantation proposals' and any propo-
nd in Washington until development of Haiti's nat- hers who succeeded in put- Dauphih will offer a recep- sals of the Haitian govedn.-T ;
Oct. 1944; proiiotd'- to: Co- ural resources, and, inthe ad ting.football back on its tion i honor of the RChief ment, 'forwarded dt.iug ,i
Scel Miarch '1943. SStudent vancement of her people in feet. of State. the American Embassy
my Nav-y 'Staf. College fi echication, health. general Haiti today is spending io o p. m. He will be re would always receives fall
ve:months 1944-1945 transfer prospetity-and well being,he no little amount of money ceived by Mr and Mme Ray and sympahic csidra
fered to'Pacific opea area a- hopes that 'Haiti will hot lo- abroad. on advertising, and inond Laroche. Dr.- ennett expressed
pril 45. S "rved as Chief of se its old time charm, in the yet that money and morieat TUESDAY Marc& 13 great pleasure at being "lT
Pacific Ocean Area April process. tracts but 'a particle of what 9 to 11:00 a. m. -- the Pre Haiti and being able ndt on :
1945. Served as Chief of He views with incre- a world champion athlete sident of the Republic will ly to see its scenic beauty, "
Staff of Commianding 'Gene asking regret the march of ti- does. A country's main e- receive' at the Palrce the edi but theefforts of the Hai-
dti, Middle Pacific, transfe- me which brings his' tour of ans of advertising its exis- gnararies of Cap-Haitien a tian government to forwai-
ed-to Fort Leavenworth army duty here to a close pro tence is through it's sports-- 11 to 1:00 P. M &" Rccep. the economic and social de, '
Jnsas in 1946 where he bably at the.end, of this year men. The 'Haiti Sun"c'will ton offered by the Syrian velopmentof Haiti...
was an instructor until Ju- Besides his job, his major in present a number of articles oy honor of the Chief
ad terestli instnthe m aj "Colony in honor of the Chief ment__.orwrde tl_:__..
ly 1948. One of his best re- terests lie in the family. He in an endeavor to find a so- of State.
membered students was likes good. music, dancing, lution to the problems that 300 p m. The President
39o400 p. m. hewPresident
Major Pierre M.Armand,Ar driving a jeep over Haitian face organized sport in Hai- will visit the work-yards anted : Codmpetora.
my of Haiti. now .District moueitains, sea bathing, Hai ti today. of Cap-Haitien and will par .'(Continued from page 1)
Commander at J6r6mie; Re-' oian rum, Haitian coffee j ticipate in a A5 to 7n offe. members o the Caribbean
quested assignment to' fill and opportunities for just ed by the SHADA. 'Interim Committee will
-vacancy as Military Attachp ploin loafin. His known dis- t t 8:00 p. m. -- The Order meet in May at Ciudad ;, Tru-
in Haiti and after five likes include : formality, .'e wo- i .'at Barristers of Cap-Haitien iillo to choose the best th.e e
months orientation course stand-up receptions, duty in A ut m.n-a- wil offer 'a grand banquet posters..
in -Washington 'arrived in Washington, and exercise oRt in his honor. 4)- Prizes are as follows :
faiti with his wife and two (which he t claims shortens .gst WEDNESDAY March 14' iti cPrir --e- $ 350.0
younger sons on Dec. 1948. the life). He says he would A wine toast of honor yill SeeopdenPrize 1,- .00
The Colonel's first son, like to become a general so1 be offered in ta ist honor wby Tid 'Prize $ 5
Conrad G. Jr. seed in the that his boys .can say that he the oellisted of the hMilitary The Office of 5
Army from July 1944 to De made the grade, but if that a VARIETIES J Department of the North. Tourism in ittoiniuI
member 1946 rising from a is not possible he would like POPULAIRE" The Prtofessors of Lycre ment menrim t that
Private to Technical Ser- to be turned out to pasture Listen to MBC every Sun Philippe Guerrier, Congres- present a f..e."in
meant in the Infantry daring in some quiet corner of the day at noon for the Haiti smen of the North and mer- prize of $ 5 o thr bsC
bis service in Japan. He gra world. I Sun popular radio program (Continued on page 10) local poster. I; .,.




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le at fLiciani a'd fBerhman. side the dock. This fishy looP previously Vicar .o0 the Pa-
The Police dept. have a king craft is over 300 long, rish of Jacmel.
new transportation truck but when it slinked in .xxx .
that the men have fondly port yesterday you could see A credit of Gds. 336.91390
named stinyw its an Army only about.180 ft. of it. Cap has been opened at the. De-
Sehicie which must weigh stained by commander J. R. ptnment of Agriculture fpr
at.lst 10 tons, Zullinger the Sub. has a .tcablishing i various reg-
. x, xxx. crew of 90 men. iios nyf 'the country -.nne -
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.earr. Peio .ville..a "hp'xcauw, Wednesday a tuckedd posda.ice s o pe)oro bSkirlflSpet!- Y
s poiwratnt that XXX lag .. m udse s. extra-se native superflyispowqrm aker, with magnetic
"" gprlia h. "' one ,. year .. o e f -ithe eo ineshte- T --be e sais d s. l ierMrn pfi oe t oeg"& kerBEs .e ,roa h i- rt .e


x'- xx .... ....* XXX prow' allweather performance. P-O w constrct'on with

,. hid a 17 year record of daged finger. tone wordu is The price of sisal has iMn-mon all d duidnr advantas s -Gt Radiosgbie
experience behind him, ma- that a prisoner bit it creased considerablyy at en eigspas G
,e an early morning visit 2: *t xxx ragoine. The pound has i -... isro S ."Zr o Hekr- -o a
30 a. m. to the home of Dr On exhibition at the French creased in price, from Gd. .
Sir. Tohen he rInstitute among other beasts 0.70 to Gdes 2.00 l,,e iE-RyRL ELE eCTRTC -
lo gs to Brandt, and' its ii isa a giant, frog found in xxx ( a I.' l^ i, .
Bu8 6e. Well ignoring the Pdtion vilie by Lt. Max Pin- Submarine, U. S. S. Runner .', . amp
a of the dogs sign, chirat., *. .w arrived in Port yesterday .i S fi p ..ted I y : l
f vig his complete xxx morning at 7 and will de- V-l sCa i
Swdrobe iq the yard, the More Mambos Arrived part this evening at 6. Be- tdaji a 11'
robber -entered and was a- this weeks new streamline cause it carries no shore- -. ... ,
bout to leave with the loot aj ute-boxes s they are on sa 'boat the Sub. tied up along Opposite Ford ...Tel 3185
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close between the hours of 12 and 2. p. m.
Sat. is noon closing, but a number of
shops especially Souvenir shops stay open
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Banks open at 8 a. m. and close at 1 p.
m. Saturday closing noon.
Post Office opens at 8 a. m. and close at
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L NATURAL HUMORIST.
i:Ring'Lardner Remains American Champion;
Kidded the Socks Off Many Favorite Notions
By JOHN WHEELER gested that the car must be I he reads a sentence. From Maxwell, and Nick Flatley, players were in our party
The other day I was loo- out of gas. Another timc, I 1 to 3 he manicures himself to the tune of "Fm forever, and seemed to enjoy -the
king over some clippings and quit cigarets and she felt. or all over. From 3 to 4 he 'prac Blowing Bubbles,, and sung song.
Setters of Ring Lardner. In ry for me. prices expression, and from at a roadhouse in Bellevue, R. W. L.
my book he was the greatest. ,When I was away from 4 to 5 -cheek breathing. A Ky.. just outside of Cincin- This world Series was the
my boatural humorist of his tme home attending high school good many boxers pick out nati, during the 1919 world crooked one in 1919 bet
f aal or is champion. she did all the plowing and the wrong features to brea- series : ween the White Sox and
IOnce he was championrequested b fed the shoat. the through, features that ,Il'am forever blowing ball Reds.
a sob sister to contribute to ,Once we went on a trip, may get stop:) d up." games,
a symposium about the vir- and it was going to take us This (etter seems to be Pretty ball games in the air.
Itues of wives. The idea was all night to get there and we worth repeating and record- I come from Chi.,
Sto show that, without their had a section on the slecp- ing. I hardly try, ,
Sturdy helpmeets by their s ing car, and just as I was- Dear- Sir : Just go to bat and fade and PHOTo ENGRAVING
des, most gents would no I nearly crazy trying to g ess ,"On the night of June 30 die:
be in the gute r. I whether I should take* the' 1919, tli& light before the Fortune's coming my way, OFFSET PRINTING a COLOR WORK
'Mr. Ladner surprised the lower or upper berth she sol first Volstead law went into That's why I don't care. -
ady by replying as follows: ved the problem by crawling ,effect,A the correspondents For the gamblers treat me RUE AMERICAINE 1348
S I was never one to keep into the lower berth. who were in Toledo for the fair.) TELEPHONE 2278
a diary, andsb must depend "Once a waiter wis going Willard-Dempsy. fight, iThree of the Cincinati
.. ohan unsteady, Volsteady to put two lumps of sugar were entertained at the home
m memoir for the things my in my coffee, and my' wife of Herman Saxon, a Toledo -............. -- .
i wif hs done for me.In 1914 stopped him. She didn't theater owner. He had a bar
or .1915, I think it was.July touch him or call him a ,na- a piano and everything.
Sshe cleaned my white shoes, me, but she just said, "On- iThat, night I niade up
SIn 1918she told the man at ly one lump !,, And be did words and music of a song
Athe drft board that she and not put the other lump in. refrain called; Toledo Blues5
three, liddies were .depen- He as panicky. (we were pretty tired of the
dent on m for 'support. In "And back in 1910 I as- assignment by that time),
1921 a.d. gain in i1923 she ked her to marry me right and it was learned and sung
brought in some ice. White away; but she wouldn't do by-a chorus composed of
S Rk" and .glasses. it till 1911.-, .Tad, Tiny Maxwell, Jimmy
S Slhe:dusted4 my typewr- xxx Isaminger. Happy Witwer,
i tite'ib .1922. Late one night Rube Goldberg and all the'
T2 e got home from FIGHT DOPE .rest of the stews. The words
Ssomes e*. and Vsaid I was RING LARDNER were : -
hungf .arid she gave me a was covering'a fight for us, "I guess I've got those there
Sverba picturee of 'the' locat- He went to the training Toledo Blues
ion of the pantry. camp and wrote as. follows About this fight I simply f-
,,Once a man named Morr of the fighter's routirte : can't enthuse, / -
; called sim, up abd she told ,Young D6rval is in train- I do not care if Dempsey win )
0him I was out of town. ing all the time. From 6 to 7 or lose, .1
"Once .1 bid a no-trump, in the a. m. he does road Owing to the fact Ive got (
and she took'me out in spa- work for a paving concern. Toledo Blues."* -
des' ad iv w, were set three 'From 7 to 12 he eats his "But bere is another one ""
Wd breakfast, usually a wblf or you may remember, written
acOi *3we, were in the car bear and the inevitable by me, in Collaboration
and got stalled, and she sug sweet potatoes. From 12 to with Jim Crusinberry, Tiny BRASSERIE DE LA COURONNE

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IFamily Chronicle of Gay 90's

Sonlof a Hundred Kings complete synopsis but, in
.IT Thomras Costain the main, it concerns -Lu- "
'obubleday. $ '3.) dar's rise to young manhopd
Wite-haired, formula and the feud between two
wise Thomas Costain has, I Craven families, 'with Lu-
thin written another smas- dar inevitably drawn into
thing bestseller. It might the feud.
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ARIES. THE RAM
March21 -- April 19
Ruled by Mart
. Those born under this
sigri 'are original and i"fear-
less. Have executive ability:
Like public life. Apt to be
mpatientV but anri bverco-
me this with' small' effort.
War-mhearted, and like to
be with people. Love beauty i
in all its forms. F6ffd 6f ti-
sit and dancing. Mate with
1[ibra br Sagirttridiu. r .
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1 i possible ihat some of Tanner Craven, head of
his, Iindreds :of thousands one'tf thie 'fiiilies,_ is a tbhd
of an .ers might resent the .roughgoing stinker. Lang-
fac at i this isn't 'anot erj ley, his brother and head-of
cBlaB Rose,n or another, the other family-, is an intel-
aMoeyman,n or another ligent, personable and de-
M Hih Towers, )".etc., etc. cent sort. Tanner, with so-
Bi leavening that resent- me tricky brokenfield legal
men may be the fact that ruuning, does Langley out
Mtj'ostain has, I believe, of the family properties
writin his best book. It But he oversteps- and Lang-
isn't auch of a novel, mind ley, with the help. of 'his
youut it's pretty good for sharp sister, Lish, returns
"r. stain. And since it al-1 from near-poverty to afflu-
mos[certainly will be with" ence and kMocks old Tanger
us. vast quatiit y fqr for a looo/'
_oft.s to come,'it's nie to Lidar, meantime, plays so-
hav4 something besides clanA me' small part in the Craven
gin swdtds and.sucl.' l btfg aqd himself steps up
II, to get,taesnub o the. ladder to become a first.
the matter, 4r;~.o.Stai 1,h0s ,rate newspaper reporter and
wrien a :.long ,leis1'uly: L. chief suspect i whbia oked ]
mis chr onr'le of'th ie- like.the, murder pf Tanner's i
ties ., ison. He also manages to es-
ie scene is ccBalfour" a tablish his true icjeiitity.The
Caz4dian industrial town in ending, naturally, is .happy. I
the roronto area. i
'be Cravens, unquestion- Mr. Costain is much bet- s
ablj werd Balfour's first fa rer at the overstuffed furn
mili because they owned iture of the times than he is
tlieprincipal industries and at his overstuffed charac-
wee very-wealthy. Als6, so- 'ters'and I'did enjoy the pic-
meof the Cravens,' but not ture of yesteryear. You'll be
allbf them, were Balfour's in the reading swin if you
chif snobs. n nick up "Son of a Hundred
.tr. Costain has told' the Kings"- but you aren't going
.atry of the Cravens but al- to miss very much if you
,sothe story of Ludai Pre'n- don't.-
.ti, which explains why V. V P:,
th; novel runs to 465 big,
cl se-packed pages.
.Ludar, a well-mannered -LARGEST
bNy reminiscent of Little PYRAMID
L rd Fauntletoy, was ship- PYRAMID
Lrd FauntBalefoyr from Enshp- The ancient Toltec pyra-
pad to Balfotir from En. mid at Cholula, Mexico, co-
sand with a notice stitched vers 45 acres and is the lar-
On the back of his coat. He vers 45 acres ait kind is the lar-ld.
jvas consigned" to one Viv gest of it kind in the world
len Prentice, mysterious ,
9 0rn o p riobably'noble En d -
lish family. But the night Castera's Maternity
Ludar arrived Vivien, sick. i
and drunk, stuck a shotgun ClnIC
.in his mouth and' pulled the
trigger. Dr Georges Castera's corn
So Ludar became a char- fortable, and complery hio-
ge of the town and, specifi- dern 12 room Maternity cli
call, of a kindly cabinet- nic is at your service. This
miker named Billy Christian up-to-date clinic is located
and his dour, tight-fisted, in the same building as the
shrewish wife. Pharmacy Castera, opposite
The novel is much -too the Telegraph and Telepho
long, for anything like a ne Buiding. Cal! 2131.


Haitian Art Goes
to Puerto Rico k
Dewitt Peters Director of The Foyer des Arts
the Centre d'Art announced Opens Exhibiion
Monday that a large collect pes Exhbt
tion of Haitian Art has been
shipped. tb/fugh the Center Tuesday evening the Fo-
to Puerto Rico, where it yer des Arts Plastiques inait


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To commemorate the for
America, 12 outstandinM, S
Truman. They brought wit)
their 723.573 adult leader
The Boy Scouts of Americ
beginning has promoted be
the nations of the world. S
or civic clubs. A4..qt lnead
in accidents or drownings
are also taught to maintain
The photograph, made at
with President Truman (se,
A. Kelso, leader of the groi
"organization was found.


will shortly be exhibited. grated an exhibition of otis
This exhibition will be water colors, drawings aAtf
the first of its kind to ever ceramics, at the PkiiUon
take place in Puerto Rico, des Beaux Arts on the6 'bp
and officials hope that it sition grounds..
will benefit the develop- ..
meint of tourism. ., The show which B
The artists whose works to hang in the Beaux Ar '
will 'be on: .exhibition are Gallery till the end ofimatfh
the following : kRita Dou- is comprised of the e*h
cer, Luce Tuinier, Raoul works,-of the Foyer atists- '
Dupoux, Pierre Monosiet, elected by a special committee
Antoine Joseph, Pierretl1aj- headed by Presidentj4 ax
cal, Maurjce Borno. Tous- Pinchinat .and Hugo Rici-'
sainit Auguste, Hector Hyppo ne, director of tdie ramic
lite, Wilson Bigaud Rigaud School. of the.Departmentof ,
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QUOTES FROM
"THE MEANING OF CULTURE ".
"Can it be said too often it were very rare .to find a ,
that "the meaning of cultu. person who reads Shakes- 'A
re is nothing less than the pare for his poetry lone.'.
conduct of life itself, fortif- 'Aid yet this, surely, is the
led, thickened, made more one thing n.eedful. For Sha-
crafty and subtle, by contact kespege-s religidi of' life .
with books and art ?- Cul- lurks? in every 'woid'c$f t"ap' '.
tur -would'notbe culture ift style qf his.
it were riot ana'quiredct'faste The profoundest gift &
Eife,is shorthand the'.'nuin- the spirit'of poetry to a per-
ber of books is appalling it ,son'k secret culture is the !
is a kind of insanity to sari gift of peace. Poetry can re-
are one sef wThF iatirt'"- seb- concile a man or a woman
t-asion tales ''". "' to the simplest an-d birest. .
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them greetings from n;750,000 U. S. Boy Scouts a
's throughout the Nation '
a -are .art of the international movement'tha fomits
y-r understandniversng and good will among the Boy South of
c ount &roups are sponsored by various churches, s01pols,
7 s teach the boys various crafts, physical culture, ful
b, nd ho,,w to handle the mselves Mn case ofdisastM t .ey
n Iih standards of conduct a nd moral .principles. .. ",.
I he White HBo,. "- W,'ashington, D. C., shows the S $
afed left). Seated right ;s honorary Scoutmaster C $
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I STRICTLY FRESH
VACCODMING to an Ohio Safety
CMoo 10 per cent of the -
avane person's waking hours are
spent a blinking. Now there's an
See-oening fact that should close
a dubtes on the subject.
;, F'A 2S.r-old New York girl
B worked her way -through college
as a.ebarus girl and won a Pbh.
K@eappaa key. Guess the key
Ito be access is getting a kic.
,Infiddet Truman recently said
that. ecmuse he occupies the Pres- I
Idency, the nation's highest office, L



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i e has Do future ahead of him. If ,
' ( .%' rebfly ambitious, he'll run for
ndwatchmr in, '52.
gdihe New England Office of Price
Sabilization has announced that'
,ninisters can increase their ftes
i* marriages, fuwerals and chris-
SMting lt okay with ui it they'U
h:ik le m.-otoo. i '
SBerin conductor W a TA
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SaOti German demonstrators a -
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holiday. and Robert Roy.- .
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A Petionville to. P6r-.au- y d ; s.ndi d Saturdayatt Gerad, Ro. ,,
Prtgoi c~aionett Morespoz. q4 4 t ':a Hote .s bert Fouchard and Marie" .
de egos ''h e0roon ea-r Therese Roux tied the aold '., .L
se rst l go" to i a i risfta i at a bow of matri-:on: Mi ss
Trji e tex Easter -,O .le.-" ;. and. -Ro.tiR is the daughter: of V
Bam cruse Owii4g:'f thelyw. Henry Ro' .of 'Port-au- '

Sme'aI&- :en&QhR -ar ,tJohn vidsdn.ii a7iih
se 'as tainldo a remar-
', -', ';.i .kable job. See for your self 0
C.../.l (t i-ohe.V.._Bamboche room i o-
ace&d'. e hi i ri ery nite its always full 3 Roland Ma tin pr iid
.re c e sInk 1riteresing people, ad ly announced Wednesday.
t "- itsw.eek f rink prices, a.vry very that his wife had givedT
.r,'coarse of study in Ar- reasonable birt to a daughter at his
gentina. xxx
Is Leslie's heart (super-father's home. in Babiole
In the nea fture Capt. hag&e) divided- be ,, n The happy couple have yet
Georges will :.:a-a- o r r .. T'o decide, on. a name.
s on c ry En- xxx .
gfee The Nuevo. Dminico Lydiey has eutius a card
e' w.- .heuevo ma"c'ey
Sreturned to Port this after- announcing his arrival i
Bueat with a full cargo o this world, as February 25
ftaAry.At ," thrists, from Miami via In good health he is the joy
s nd lase 9I and Kingston. The of his parents the Hodney
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$1 1 :. .. D s. '.'4:-;-. .6di -ship will sailt, bon- couple .
Divrds-'And i' : y ikht at p. m. Per- xxx
ete r e&Thursd q whp wish a pleasant-50 A bonny less was born to
a topt th hdi, in style to Miaini Dr. and 'Mrs.Hudicourt this
01'. rtit cit ]onact', Robert Roy, imed-. Thursday.' They-: have pt
i ra ki ately. Remember no lugga made up their minds yet just
: h oksi.' ge vrbem '. what name they. should
1 Pg x. choose for their little girl.
a'ie{ id l "1 Conel its a great responsibility,
SColonel iEdgr E. Glenn, choosing the. right name..
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qricaa 'Em ~iY Havana Last night Mrs.' Edith Bo-
Mtried, last rnght at St-b who. is -edit~~rdied in 'gart celebrated. her birthday
Pierre,.-in Petionville, were Haiti vi.W -Port last wek with a formall ditmer party. RE
Miss Marcel- La .te and Ge to say au revoirf to high at her home in Ave. de Bus- ..
-raid Fils-Aimni I Government officials and sy, Turgeau.





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nes, .s at, cys' new daughter has be
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friends here. Colonel Glenn'
'4i returning to duty in the
U. S. next April, Accompa-
dying himnhere was Col. Ro-
bert J.-Mason who is to..e.
#lace him as Air Atta_*
and reside in Havana. Thf'r
day morning t4. e,
Ivetvi presented to Ministers
wger and Magloiw. pens.n
| Levelt, Chief ofthe Ar-,
ty, jind locaf!ir'yCpomnin'
Ir Maijr Edoawsd S 14
Wat ^eytsiug .&e.yswo d*Mri
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The Haitian members of New-Yorkvelyn, daughr
Staff of the American .aI zteg of .Nai. Feld of .
tute; ,Ad.ms Oak dairy en j o y-e&
Ga Cbne WINsight dci
iI norsday eight. ',- atic at. Ca b
xkn ne Choucoune. -
Visiting Haiti fhis. eek,
from..:f rCi. areas .e
e .a., .are "r. an,
5erisson. Mrst.Lerisson i '
ii visiting% her i family aid
friend here was e 'tercaia.d .....
this weekend by .her lst ... w
sister Mrs. Guy' Baxyr Catholic-
xx, x .:, ,, Hospifal, Oapel
Artist Nicolas Dinyerueab unday.Mass t:30 s.
wel-.lnUow& D hroigiouvtthe smUofa 'ftq,- -'
Republic, will offeo.ew.n O ;
*day-.l~etehw~u ii.ii1 l 391 a Maseat a
rqtaadUp e ?ib hootUPSf o n
Wgesgdtntihaglo e t&he '- -:10:
PM%*ieWGatpwaisin e
'{, -.-gA ',., *a se ao .v. 1' &y ,.

Friday evening Mr, and St .eui bisco Si
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\(t .wfCk on- rage 1U i nvnr WM rnyrOt-Jc t C LC in r' rS i
chants will offer rt s i W ELL T
S oii- bdalf of 1the illustrioius 0
A fi strous n, "I I:
Visitor. "
THURSDAY Varch 15!
S President Magloire, 'will '




S their residence Avenue Hen .

'FRIDAY Match 1 lectric ligbt and recreation
H : '. residentt of thep Re a, l, "e..
public d Ma dame Paul Due to the installation .
ion offered by his sistoffer a grand two new sisal plants in, th
theirreeption at e. General North-west Department se-


ry Headharters of the Mila
E. President of th Re hall, etc.. .
Magloirt wiell odern grandrt wo ne.w sisal plants in. the


Iy .ep et.r f the"I-o 8 inistration G6e&ral des Con-
'"ATU AY" March 7" tributiops have.been traiss-
-at 4:30 $ m. ferred to .Plrt-de-Paix.They
S The Chief of State will be hae sred..their sueyi
7 ,back at:lie Capital where operations tipon ihe lands
manifestations will be orgas- where the sisal plantations
ni zed for his welcome. *'will be established.

TI JOSPH (continued) The Department of: Agri- not
culture ..advises interested f 'toot
Martin -the Government will parties that from March 4, Gu4a
appoint, a special organism 1951 the net price to be paid navi
for' the distribution of ho- the peasant for banana for MUsi THAT URi T io e
stndr bnh WC H---RT-4Ul
m.es which will be provided standard bunch is. fixed at s ,no played b GI.ing South'
with all modern comforts, e Gdk 3.75 (9 stems); Gds 2. Xorme were act apprqqlatea'by
-t mo er comf'ort se h H E lis buddies. The iemaginadtive
80 for bunch (8 stems); Gds .m taaS .ode -a A pony



ste ) .r o ..t.ented friends. JIr I


SBLE657 tourists Ws ell-known illC

'h?; :to an -e d e art critic Carl Van Vechten
thveans of Woad and his' ife. The distinguis- Dr Georges Castera's corn
ft.tl .'thheo d c ... .
4 -sno6seees hat ed couple were squired a- fortable, and complete moc
&1e onh itiew Id round the city by Mr. Jean dern 12.room Maternity cli
or F. Briere .Sec retary-Gene- nic is at your service, This
$2,.the ta et, ral of the'. A association of up-to-date clinic is located -
I,6 a puHaitian wnrieksv aid>4 Dists, in the same building as the
iyaer men and ,Mr. Vergniaud. Pire- Pharmacy Castera, opposite
|O}Y I-Noel. His Ftcell e the Pre the Telegraph .and Telepho
sq i-e Opitblic
: a n p'.veu 4he sidgent of f R public gave ne Buiding. Call 2131.
Sthe rt'. rttlc a-private au-
yson wrote oft dlie e, Mtherivil. Mr. Bri- s
A creation err offed luncheon at
rfectl descrlbe tti 'Xhe idyitd .t-Francil Pre-
|, the. Chrsits deat set at .the luncheon were
I' d c '. the, eros,, SO ' . ', . ..
A Its tis s fund Min i Camille L.riso
t-fact ofsqia o and t ademp, Undei' Secretary'' "Pradel
gh sacrific. We fdaSDtz U nam amaaon
i .and safety.as a natih's e Vergniaud Pierre oNoel I
ed by an unwillingnesil.... ----
|: dieb, a.endi es nnes Ro. ssan Camille find F. MPo-
t:erings. u iisseau-Leroy..
For T.esus, no sacriflce was
91, too .a ? an.Tnl no o/' l y e cl C'est pourquoi -
'tooaxausting. ne maS Tsday at ano 'the chri -
4 lfq,,. i"p-y)roptheea, of H he President dans le monde enter, de piu
#il' '.all zbow .uito;Me,". of the Republic and Mmine t
Son gin an eo pa.l E. Mgloire accompa- tonnages sOt transported
.sl.p -e whore, jnibt by- Mlle Claire Denis
. o. ..e. .ing .o and a brother-o the fitsr poids lourds Goodyear que si
i t" e nsse -.lady.,, vsited.. the t oNatio-
tsefrtndal Mueu a showed LOS pneus de toute autre ima
great est h old
he events of this tempest great interest i e ES rendements observe depuis
eare dwarfed by the shadow of and new, collections of this des ann.s prouvent que lei
" 4t Cross tha stocd on Calvary. Museum: The 'Conservateurt neus poids lourd od Goodyear sont
-it tu on that Cross that Jesus am quallid
that others might be of the Museum, Professor 'tme aLur nc Imp arable pour
."h "He that losetlitis Lic DW *iiirille, hopes that kiomdtrique d'une remarkable
,Imankind loo0*ks back this example may, be folio- dconomie. Pour uan maz ium
Se oft a tI answer to t wed by stdeni s andschool oidlourds Goodyear!
a at I oeur muMlo" can am children of the Capital and
4 agS bedls to adlee-a dels even by those of the provin-
M stem. _..... -ces when they come to Port- 1




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a food particle. lodged upon fe crown tof a tooth, but the 213
tug "'Acushnet" steaming toward "an icebet'g 'in the Northi
ntie. A member of the. International Ice atro, the Coast
rd tog joins other vessels in spotting and charting menace to
nation like the above for the benefit C ships plowing North
Atlantic r outes.

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SEALSKIN AGAIi-This Bril- ,
ish captain in Kou a Is sporting"
one-of the new sealskin hats'
whichh his counritry boughfit for its
troebs 'fighting, in' 'W& sub-zero
weigther of. Korea, The last time
the:English used- sealskin hatq.
ffoe' their troops wasA.- in 1919
.when they fought the same tyj)b'


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' -"HE S0KI'S THE ,LIMIfl-With. not quite the greatest of ease,
s star -ltyRododlph flies over the shiny slopes of, Sun Valley.
Ida. :, wre she will make her bid for an Olympis squad berth on
i M-1ih i lfid 11. Although she lboks p trifle apprehensive abovp,
.aty, usually performers with a confidence that has.l elppe to make
her pne of the country'stop.pldki stars. ;
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Today's game at Parc Le- val occupy respectively 3d
conte will be the first match, and 5th; place in weight lif.
-f 15 that are to be played ting.
.!r the ,Pradeln cup. The xxx
0Jo. I game is between Ra-. Sunday March 11- .atc
"n'g. and Violette, Kick off between Racing and .Viole
lme is 3:45 p. m. will take place, at ParcdLe; ,
xxx conte.. At the openiTg.'.i .
let II,will meet Excelsio'r I
News received this week '. .xxx
from the local athletes part- The Sports Bureau. which
.icipating in the Pan-ameri- was situated in Rue des$ Mi -
can Sports Meeting. now I racles (Inscription Scolaire '
being held in 'Buenos Aires, was transferred ;to', the :
.Argentina, is that Joseph .grounds of the Exposition: t..
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Buy Classified Advertisements Fn1
SHelp WanteLd For Rent -For, Sale Lost and Found -

Classified advertisements ding $ 500 worth spare ding to Plaine du Cul de '
are'accepted for things wan- parts at cost $ 1.000.00 cash Sac. /
S ed or unwanted; articles Schooner VANORA, steel d) House, .8 rooms : 3,-bed .
S for sale; personal services : hull, teak wood deck, Hair rooms, modern comforts, ga \ \
S miscellaneous items, such ian registry. 96 tons, length rage, Rue Rebecca, Petion-
as" jobs wanted; houses for 73'. breadth 18'draft 9'6u, ville. "
Ure ; tutoring; traveling complete with sails, no mo- e) House for rent ,unfur- s E ',
companious; ideas for sale, tor but has shafts qnd wa- nished with 2 bedrooms, ,
i bt accepted, advertisements ter cooling valves installed, hall, dining room with corn m '
: of. political nature. Rate : good condition... $4.000.00 forts- Price $ 70.00 Petion- '
S 25c per insertion, maximum Cash. ville.'. ,
of 10 words. La Plantation Dauphip f) House for rent at Per EAN PAT E.
W -'' gCap-Haitien, Haiti. tionville, modern comforts -
Wanted : a goodlooking, -, Price $ 125.00. NOUVEAU PARFUI
Sarm ngBriseur mustbe g) House for rent, furnis E A TO P
able to dance, .speak either bed, at' Petionville Price AN PATO U
rehch, Spanish, German or $ 150.00 and unfurnshed .
S English. A: ,Brisfeurn with a ? 100.00 .
S ar has a preference over a -h) Apartment 4 indepen-
IBriseur without a car.Must dent rooms with kitchen,S
4. be clean shaven no aBear- Louis Roi de France.: Price
ed ,Briseur,, need apply, ,, $ 30.00. (Believe i) -
c/o ,,Haiti Sun address a41 .'- i) Rooms at $ 20.00 furni All T
: applications. aStrong Fema- HOUSE FOR SALE shed, modern and, comfoi0a- ALL THE WORLD FAMOU
le Briseur. AND RENT ble -in Petilnville. \
'- On enquiiring about any
FOR SALE a) Wall house, Place Bo- of the above (a toi) barga- N MES IN FRENCH PERF I7BE f
SPdnler ZR-4 Heavy Duty yer Petionville ins at.the Rodor Trading .k .. .C,
marine engine 40 HP with b) House, 9 rooms, corn- Corporation office' 150
reverse gear and .magneto forts, Place Boyer, Petion- 'Grand'Rue (Bulding, ofRo
igintion. slow speed, suita- ville. bert Bonhomme Phone: ':. '
.ble for 'heavy'boat or tug, c) Wal house in. block, 3 2790.) ask to see their line -,, "i
A: xcllent condition, inclu- cooms, road, of Erires lea- of modern handy sewing
". ". machines they sell them .
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Sictured 5 HalI-e N(Continued
es tor. ie ]oriz Among the distinguished
I S Gleetp r1 e. O passengers aboard the giant
IT Give forth FThrew Cunaid liner a'Mauretania
S209 Observes 10 Lig Joint 31 Poem 47 Office of War that called here Friday on
Oges Plant L M adjust- a r
21 Arrived ment. Wrenches Information its Caribbean cruise was Mr
22 TrIal -, 12 Snuggle 35 Eskimio boat (ab.) and Mrs. Ralf Read. Mr.
|22 railroad (ab.) 14 Dry 37 Flat at poles. 48 Australian
S24 Symbol for 18 Mother 38 Count, mountain, Read is President of the A-
illinium 26 Equality 42 Nested boxes 49 Irish island) merican' Express Company.
:25.,1qty: 27 Sick 43 Harvest 54 New Latin
2, r.egular 28 Accomplished 44 Italian city, (ab.). one of the largest tourist a-
32 Mohammed's 29 Self 45 Blackthorn 56 Nickel agency in the world. Accom-
33 0 Color 46 Thus (symbol) panied by the Company's' lo
2 34rqek theater I L 5 I cal representative Mr.
39 Artificial i s Franck Magloire they made
language b I the trip up the Mountains
41Prinshel (ab.) t and on their return lunched
44 Italian town .[L', at Cabane Choucoune. Mr.
4 50Trigonometric r Read showed great interest
function fa in what he saw and at the
-2:Street gamin, day's end said he would per FEMALE STRAIEGY--Me I'M CAUGHT-With n
soonteksuadd a greater nun Evand showed she was shocked
om tourists to visit Haiti, and increase their power over men, to be caught with an dace up her
1 oslaviaa 5 7 he adds that he is going to according to Chicago perfume professional .magicians, the t..i
I. . a sd 50 of hs a h manufacturers. They'shy worn- 'seems to feel that itr ii below hei
Internal send 50 of his agents here en will be taping perfume- digni to be caught in the cL
.0ve coal UI to visit local places of inte- moistened pieces of cotton toH t b yatin he
strategic Places. Body warmth Her Paet Plaonfo thie
a rest so as the right propa- activAtes'the perf4me, and the t sow pooor frte
..Ie11 ganda may be given the tape keeps it from staining ct on stao, and beo
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