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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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BERNARD DIEDERICH
EDITOR


VOLUME. ,.


ERSONAIWTY
SOF ,THE WEEK,


stdrv. of Russdll .


n* g -asinBfs-stain Hait'
sthe toi' of the U, S. Ma-
ae forps Occupation, -and
Jie o manahion
g-:opment of'the Ga
Mr. Board arrived in Hai-
Kit in 1923 on detached duty
from the Marine Corps to
what was, at that time, the
:Haitian Army. A number of
Marine personnel were atta
-j.hed to the Army of Haiti,
I then known as the Gender-
I mere d'Haiti,, for the purpo
se of training officer' and. en
listed material to the end
-that Haiti would have a
'combined Army, and Police
Force capable of keeping or
der in the country. The trai
i ning of the Army had star-
jt ted in 1917,but no real pro-
gress was not made until
the late 20's. Board wasc
commissioned an officer with
the Army by 'the President
j| of Haiti and continued with
that organization for about
12 years, until the Occupa-
tion ended in 1934. He was
the last of the Occupation
Force to leave Haiti depar-
Sting about 15 days after the'
last man had left aboard
the Navy Transport. His de.
lay in leaving Haiti was
caused by several Code
l Books that had been in use
Sin Haiti and had to be deli-
vered to Naval Intelligence
in person.
S(Cof .amd oan age 3)


SUNDAY APRIL


1st.
aI


Xavier Cugat Comes to Town

The news that Xavier Cu-
gar and his world-famous or Truck Runs Wild
chestra are going to visit
Port-au-Prince has provoked Kills 3 Injures 9
a wave of enthusiasm a- .
mongst all circles of our peo Three persons were killed
pie. The GREAT Cugat will and nine injured when a
actually present himself with 'ruck with no brakes and a
.'is gigantic musical review broken axle crashed into
en'1tled 'A ,SALUTE TO itwo automobiles and de-'
THE AMERICASD, on Fri- molished the walls of two'
day, 6th of April, at the The houses at Lalue Thursday
ater REX in only one perform morning.
mance beginning at 8 p. The dead :
m. sharp. ,A Salute to the Miss Julienne Beaudin,
Americas, is a show where Alcide Martineau, and Is-
the Great Cugat participates mael Bazile.
with his well-known chan- The injured, :
.teuse, ABBE Lane (whose Marc Milord, Leonce Char
beautiful legs are, insured )es, Lamercie Jean-Baptiste,
for one million dollars (U, Anderson Pieval, Marcel E-
S., current y) by Lloyds of mile, Laurette .' RocheUen,
Londoo''TEddie' Kosick,' the Mrs. Gilbert and her t-yo'

ime, w .,as n ppear-.., O.hs, e.y down.h
ing all over the w-ldin con. Petionville to 0ort-.u-Prir,
certs and was -just persuaded I ce with a load of lariges rocks
by, Cugat to join his. magni- on which three, workers..we-,
-.t.i -_....; T.to and Julia re comfortably .iding the
voth'by dance conosseurs as owner and driver of the -red'
the most thrilling 'of all tro Dodge truck licenced 5385
pial dance teams. Another decided to call at the Gaso-
gorgeous woman is Dulcina line station just after Ruel.
whose ravishing and sensu- le 'Alexis Roy whern- he disco
ous dances have caused three vered his.. brakes were not
people to coninit suicide, functioning right. He imme
so it is -rumored. Also Otto diately applied the hand
(Continued on page 3) brake, and the resulting
,-. -,, --* pressure broke the rear axle
1 ime Magazine The Truck gathered speed,
driver Lilavois with one
Walkers. Leave hand kept up a constant bla
ring of the horn,'and endea-
Mr. John Walker, a se- vored to find a clear passa-
nior Editor of -Time Maga- Continued on Page 11
zine was receiving comply i
ments before plane time yes alute to a
i.terday, on his excellent job t a J
of spending a complete Great Lady


month of complete relaxation
completely incognito with
his complete family, wife,
daughter aPinky, and son
aMichaels in cool Kenscoff.
* Your reporter managed
'to 'force Iseveral phrases
out of the editor' who was
busily checking on the expor
-'ation possibilities of a pla-
ne cargo of Barbancourt,
Haiti's national drink.
-Well,- said the editor, and
hqre are the. fags ,that our
"lightening, reporter mana
ged to scoop on to the back
(Continued on page 3)


A great Lady visited our
shores this past week. Lady
Baden Powell, Chief Girl
Guide. (in Haiti Girl-Scouts)'
and wife of the founder of
the world-wide Scout Orga-
nization, the late Lord Ba-
den Powell, spent Friday,
Saturday, Sunday and Mon-
day in Port-au-Prince. The
Chief Girl Guide was accom
panied by her secretary, Miss
Bridgit P. Ramsdem and
General Mora Jianelli, Pre-
sident of the Scout Commi-
(Continued on page 3)


m
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OHIO STATE S

When the SS Nuevo
inicano steamed into
4-Prince Tuesday, tw
wurs late, owing to a s
se of engine trouble in
dr Trniillon there v


unusual sight to behold a
pier 4ide. Ships Agent
bert E. Roy was seen 1
cing along with the s
documents two beau
enormous boucfuets of
wers and what we
know as a little info
speech on the tip of his
gue. It seemed that A
Roy had got wind thai
President and Mrs C.


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Ohio State Society. en
ne, seated is the Preside
Vice President and Mr
bert Roy and assistant

Yale Glee Club
Arrive Today
The latest word this
ning is that the Yale 1
Club who arrived at 1
a. m. will definitely off
concert this evening at
it is to be held at the T
,tre de Verdure, but if
shows signs of'raining
concert will be transfer
the Theatre at the Case
Dessalines.
PROGRAM FOR TH
YALE GLEE CLUB
SPONSORED BY TI
HAITIAN AMERIC
SI TGAR CO S. A.
(continued on page


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GERANT RESPONSIBLE
EM. A.MAINVILLE

No. 29 '

CITYY VISITS PORT

Do- Ham, and Vice-President
Port and Mrs Harry Flory of tdW
velve Ohio 'State Society (a tou r
slight- rist society) were traveling
n Cin aboard the ship with 52 of :;R
as an their group whose member
at the phip numbers well over a
Ro- thousand. .
balan Later at Cabane Choucou
ship's ne your reporter had an op-
tiful portunity to have a L '
flo- word with Society's PreL-
now dent Mr. C. H. Ham. He
rmal made much of the bea~utfuI :
ton- sight from Boutillier ane- '
Lgent ver seen anything like it be, -
t the foreA he said. a Sorry the '
H. ,Continued on Page 3








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ijoy evening at Cabane Choucou
nt of the Society and Mrs. Ham, ...
rs. Flory Standing is Agent Ro-
Brutus.

S 'Daily Cleaner Editor'"
Vacationing Here.
mor
Glee Mr T. E. Sealy co-edit
1:00 of the top Jamaican newspa
fer a per the CDaily Gleaner'*
8:30 was welcomed to Haiti Wed
'hea- nesday on a two-wqek *
f it tion. Saturday ive i
the 7:30 at the Hotel Splendid
!d to after returning 'in :the'
erne morning from. visit t6 tdi
@Cap* and the C~aqdele .
E Sealy gave a Press Codfere
ce.Ic was a pleasant infoMe 'A
HE meeting of the city p, u e4
AN (m.., onji

2) (Continued os agei, .


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Page 2 aHAITI SUNn SUNDAY APRIL Ist.


YJale Clee Club ELECTRICALL APPLIANCES
(continued from page 1) REFRIGERATION i $ U T
SUGAR Co. S. A. I.
SFro A, to 2, W VENTILATION
/ Sunday April 1st 11.00 a.
m. Arrival of the Yale
Glee Club at Ilnternational .
Airport, Port-au-Prince. .. I I CORET 4i'.
. .-12:30 p. m. Luncheon | I OR '
S. at Thorland International I
Club..
Afternoon Free w ,io A
dicated to His CONDITIONIExcellNGen I
t'he 'Pregident of the Repu- '
,,blic and Madame Magloirl.g F;ou.n ova ir confionc.
I..nvitations issued by the. Mi
iister of Foreign Affairs. s-.. L' L WL t n A ,
I" 100 p. m. Reception si cest *, estin,
f fered by his excel.enck, the,

Wd' d Madame Magfa oire .at* DO C .PO. Y .O.T-AU-.PR E NCE llBL
.i e 'Nacional Palace. "--. ,-'et-t_ =----L_ -- m O
p. m Monday, April 2rd 9:00'i. GLEE CLUB P OGRAM
11.00 a. -m. -visit Ken-
'1' '12:15 .p.m. Luncheon T d eUPTO 55% *
% : the residence of Mr and. Thefitre de Verdures...8 p.m. STRONGER
S rs Georges N. LJger at
Ke' *l ffi I. RELIGIOUS MUSIC
5-7 p,. i. Reception Ave Maria ......... Thoma; Luiz de Victoria 140-1608 TO
i the American Embassy Silvatign Belonigeth to Oar God... Paul Tchesnokov MORE NON-
fpred by Mr. John BurM 'KID A NO W
m ge d'.Affaires 1II. SONGS BY CONTEMPORARY COMPOSERS
8:30 p. m. -' Dineer at Pi-eces sem .paarresv .... .. Feiton. Villa-Lobos *
Cabae .Choucoune offered Tarantella ...... Randall Thompson "i
: by Hasco, featuring. Haytian Words by Hilair Belloc
Sbor dancing Moitain .. 'Nin. L.,ib s" .. .p................... Zoltan .Kadaly M i A GE
:e:dy, '''Aprit d 1 *Com.pe s o' this Yale Glee Club
,'. ,artp& of A Ae G'- ' ,r -, "
-:.- .* ..... .^ ,-ck-G -Eyed 'Th'e.... Son iA rrx.y M NtW
heor inn iiiiII. OLD El IISENT SONGS A 0 T ag ris#
SHow Mer ryW~ ive DE.... ...
S* ..ThI HNigit igale' ..'..... Tho r.as .Weelkes (1623)'. SP PLue BATTERIES
']' .. '* ... "'*'*^' . . g --a.,s :. h a u e :e. ... .A"A r.'O tst idi'agspa.cs
BEAC ()'B Arr. By Archibild T. D*i:son g. economy Las .in
(.otiued on. page 9) N ow)Is-the Month of ,Maying..ThomasMorley (19557-03 and morpedorm- hae mre
.7. E=Ma PoF
Friday.niight Claudien Ed- IV. LATIN AMERICAN SONGS FioV-a.b
0 igrd Etienine, OWner 'and Na iBahia Tem (Brazil)... Arr. by Feitor Villa-La'bos
,: aager of the Boulongerie M Sao Benedito (Brazil) ......... Francisco Mignone
-i MatC celebrated his birth Hallazgo (Chile) ...............Arr. by Alfonso Letelipr ..
y. ~i.h"a party..at the new- Poem by GabrielA Mistral ,.
Sly established .restaurant oi La conch'e' perla..Arr by Rbsa 'Mercedes A. de Morales
he peco c floor of the Bou Folklore Costeno (Peru)
re a jolly'rime was N" 'r
-all .even the Queen -NTER ISSION-
-- as 'here.
SV. AMERICAN FOLK SONGS.
Away to Rio.('Sei-Chaney)
What Shall We Do With A Drunken Sailor ?
(-Sea Chantey) ............Ar. by
Poor Mourner's Got A Home At Last
(Negro Spiritual ........ M Bartholomew
"The Battle'of Jerichtb (Negro Spiritual)......
Litle Innocent 'Lamb (Ne ro Spiritual) ...... 4.
This O1' Hammer (Work Song) Arr by Johh W.Work U surprised how far
Careless Love (Cowboy Song)...Arr. by Keith McLeods
N"I I'"'lack.EyediSusie 'Montain Song' .Arr.by M. BartholomW central ain will go
''I. STDENT ,SONGS '..There's a big difference in paints We
tLantihine. Son ..(German) ..................' Franz Abt. beeve-you have seldom sed a pa that
A arn Sn"(Norway) .................. Edvard Greiad goes on
Br Sn easily as this Central Paint And, it stas
'Neth the s ...... ...... From the Yale Song. Booko-lts amazingly.,

.....Dailyh Zy Gleaner Editor --
emiale.cbmp (catinud from age 1) try as his short stay would" "
-t a. to whom Mr. Spaly -pnted out permit. He wished to see at
I.u ta-bm- that the purpose of his trip fhrst hand the United Na- -.
m'A ee ota was primarily a holiday, but dion projects e he-
'chat he : wa s ve r-. After the Conference the
anb :ia h r. in ne.n r e'st e d. 'in see1 I city press sat don to din- .
na Iiaia ing all he.could,.and learn- ner with their Jamaican conG







IIjSUNDAY APRIL 1st. ,HAITI SUNS Page 3 i
wJ ', "' '-
Xavier Cugat Joseph Szigetti, violinist, "TIME- MAGAZINE
aIJ I State Society... and famous groups such as WALKERS LEAVE Perso I al., iy
Sc iey the Don Cossack Choir and (continued from page 1). (ctminued fromp *g.'.
S(continued from page ) (continued from page 1) the Monte Carlo Ballet Rus- of a card of matches, that The last three years of
Bolivar, whose tropical se and many others. sultryy afternoon. Piqky Board's tune as an officer
my was so short for we rhythmic dancing causes don cgo there... We are in the Army of Haig was
S looked forward to him to wear out three Cugat is coming to Port- down here t6 get away from spent at Headqrt
g Haiti. But I t we th au-Prince via Aruba, Cura- New York, this is obviously charge of .(3-2) In t n. .-
gu we havenever done so ve *ou an idea of how Mir gao and Ciudad Trujilo af a very beautiful country, ve ce, and assisting in dcapil-
igch in such a short time" Boliar works). We an' ter completing his Colom- ry mountainous. Was sir- iqg a History of the Garde-
i e ship arrived at six and for et'l r the re biarl Tour on the first of A- praised to find out how cool d'Haiti. This History -as
iled at 11 the same eve- corgetgo, the n ly pril. His tour through South Kenscoff is. This is my first completed prior to the de-
sing The way in which A owned g of the ambo America has been a comple- vacation in two years with parture of tihe Occupat "
gent Roy had welcomed and, last but not lt, 'te triumph or the artists and ihe family, last year I went and is considered one of tihe
: hem he said was somethings Jorge Lopez, voted the i- his group. In Montevideo a- to Rio, a month of combined most interesting outlines 'o
wem lh ways remembering nest trumpet playerin ; the, lone over forty thousand peo work and holiday. We sta- the Garde d'Haiti frpm its
hie were- fea cmm world. Apart from all tese pie daced to the magical -yed in Georges Baussan's early days to the final depar
Saihts from of e outstanding artists, Cugat rhythms .of his music and hbuse in-Kenscoff very ture of the Occupation in
oc as far as your repot f.a.ed orchestra of many re his show in Bogota was at, pleasant. ...worst bed in the 1934. In addition toliis du-
$: : k, eya far cnis your repo t i option pitures is corn e ;q
could gather, bu he did ntotn ct s com tended by forty-five thou- world including the Soviet ties as Intelligence Office
Across a complaint that of sand people who sat- m a IUnion...-IftMr. Baussan can Board was for some t .
I -4. forceably .lodged by ro". rain in an outdoor theatre be comfortable in, that bed tached to the Staff 'of die
p two tourists not of the soc e ust to witness this magnif- he is a better man than I. Adjutant and Inspect&o.
couplesaid on le the opprtunty icent show, aA Salute to the The family greatly enjoyed This detail took himn o n
: vp the ship and going as- havehe Grea at and Americas. Thorland Club, Michael almost every city, town ana
j~ h wer plagued by hs celebrated artists a a swallow ed enough water to village. in the Reputblic and
i' couple of vagabonds who mongs o elvs to the fa- We congratulate the or- fill the pool twice over a- his stories about these trips .
olloed themand kept up of ganizers of LIDA, Mr, Peter aain. particularly the one ofLIr? 4
whic s handling the Southlb The Sayoy facing the! c
7 (o tj shop this p lace i Amerche and Cr1ib Champ-de-Mars is one of the i ed teiigsd .
his taxi.and so on. Tour of Cugat. Mr. Peter f ..t tKo b.r orgul.r ef- most pleasant -places ever e Medal
Goldbauin is the guiding seasr fom Chunking to Moscow, cedal o- Honor- .
: Geeraily they all enjo- genius of this organization anseasns to ur beaut again. Merit in. the Garde a .
-yed their stay, some promise His friendship with Jerry Count i Obviously the great bloo- velier for .services o
S: w"tun for a longer stay, S. Kovier of the'Hotel Roo- .__ ___ of art in Haiti .could Haiti, in a'@dtioi to'i "'n i
Sothprs will influence t ir evelt d&Haiti has been very-'! y ginate ma country AI Medl issued f
Friends in visiting Haiti, It instrumental in Mr. Cugat's au to A Great... wi4 a'fle .spirt of freedom vice in the 'Marine:C,. :.
i is t Job of every acizeq appearance here in our coun .- *- 4J touring the exhibition Board retired from tier r
Sto see that these tourist, il try. If this-concert is well re' (I .. wa- extremely impressed. v and took up re enie
"..:,are 2-t exploited. ,'" vie an tceok upi .. r i& -
toris are no eploi en ceived, LIDA and its local (cotne Surprised to see that some Haiti ith an o &aoial -4
devour to make their stay rtpresentati, Mr. Jeriy S. of the Western H of-f e buildings are not in r e.e Sttes tn. -= -
| here enjoyab a' leWastly- re Kovier, hope to bring one 'h 9i, is h i-'equqiit-s ., tat'e o, mt,
port all cases of' unfair trea great show here a month. A- rto Rico ce, it s .a great aste en thi ii.
I- c t P theu Powell HaitiV e a u Thee Misied
'tment to the National offi- mqngst the, artists are. Ru- - Haitjin opk an.d I hope bout a few who staid .- -
.ce of tourism or the Police.' binsten, the .gre pianist, Lady Baden Powell was dIhey, pt, up ," r ToerH.e Missed Tt-oorhr
S' received at the airport by i'* asg ta caot be Ho .
f M e Re&n Durocher, found fiX: With 1.Q0( mnops and citations to Boards.Log
""......ie R. "er iiad Duro hoer Scout Co is nvi Ck refu Das^- Ci
re l -es.' of the National Assloia. a.fw .. .ot pasi.t. The Cab a hi t Cait io rds L1o.
rin of Guides in Haiti. Mr illuminous Fountain s C, and Beai.nt every Sa -
-Kurt Fisher, Commissiouier great spectacle. cad- Bas ev uch .S..
oay with your- e- day nighla t are much i d .-,
ofl the International Scouts- d ptpa y wsth your p e mand and the parties thqre.
f6r Laiti, Dr'Raoul Piere- dito aa most president have become famous i 6i

.. "W w 1 .I ., N"- 7In oeom 0ou o 2o2 e2 .
I,troops of Port-au-Pritice' red my load of questions. toodent. WakingBridge after a py.-
and the province. These vi, We leave -ow,. but y without falling, in the
sitors who brought with' will be back.... River is considered quite a
'hem greetings of the Bri- uPinkfcoe here. feat. however, Board takes
.ish people were moved by pretty good care of his,
the warm welcome they 're- guests and not many fa ,
eiv&ed,f and the royal way in ended the review by present in'the water. fl ..ii,
which they were fted, ~ting a. series Of folkloric dan Board has'on- several oc-'
Sduring their short stay ces. Suaday evening the Pre casions threatened to rite ,
The evng of her arrival sident of the Republic offe- of his experiences in Haiti
iLady. Baden Powell accom- red a 5 to 7 reception in her and 'Nexposen some of the
. . .. b panied by her secretary, Ge- honor at the National Pa- antics of his good friendss in
pefeet bpl I-lapdit and walked way neral ianelli ace. Later S&out Commiss- khen Old Days" bit on PC.
hped aL..pt..,..Jse qfChigo, st adl at warped -rncher visited H. E. Archbi- ioner Kurt Fisher gae a ma cond thought it is perhaps
bq 4 blq At r'13 r u -er0onoOp ooseph Le Gouaze. At
C7 t be s t6f rhi plane woud nt Pc Lecontse reviewed gnificent dinner in honor of better to let well enough a-
'c"" nt he w wouldd ot Parc Leconte she reweo the Chief 6uide at his ho- lone. Incidental he w' br
r. .. ,e do -opo l ue ome in turgeau. in Detroit U. S. A i. t
last century.





ftITT.' tSaiting date : April 10 SS Nuevo Dominii c
;-. L r. '. formation see Ag... 't ,
"-W utsat Lugg Problsq Rohert L I
"" Expositien stand No. 7 P. O Box 228 Tel. 2167.









Page 4 "HAITI SUN"


U Joseph report






.MORE SHADE, ve found that this was n<
Summer came to Port-au- (the case in this accident
Prince this week, hot The driver is a very con
dry winds toured the city cientious fellow with a goo
and brought misery to tho- record. His story that s
se on foot. me morning after the acc
dent, was that the brake
FOREIGN AID bad failed, the axle brol
During his hour long Con when he applied the hat
ference with th6 President brake.
of the Republic Wednesday '
John Walker, a Senior Edih AND SUDDEN
.tor .of Time Magazine, pro DEATH
bed into the question of
loans from abroad. There is Monday at 2 p. m. Mir
'no current loan. The much goane businessman Clemei
awaited Artibonite Valley Duval was killed when tw
project 20 million dollar trucks collidd on the hig
,loan is up before the U. S. way between Leogane ac
Bankers. the Capital.

TRAGEDY MURDER
The city was shocked by Sunday morning Police dc
.*tie stark bloody truck tective Duchard 'Gaston wi
Tr ag e.d y L. Thurs beaten over the head with
d ay. morning at Lalue. A lar wooden club which allowed
ge bomb would seemingly I him enough life to shoot on
S ave done less, damage. of his assailants. The dete
T. he comment at the -scene tive was of the Police sta
all morning were of the sa tion sub-district of Leogan
S me. thehme- ,these, trucks and the individual he shb
--overload, you .s9e them in the leg before dying is
leaving town carrying tons Desir R6my. :
..more than they should ------
It: thpy,, coast, to conserve AUTO fBIKE MEEX
gasgs by, switching off the The report reads that Ja
i -engine, and consequently ques Martin in his convey
S .-wear. out the brakes. Some tible Chrysler hit a bicycle
are not properly inspected. Tuesday at 6:00 p. m. All'
From. reliable source we ha well.


GIVE IT A NAME CONTEST

:- THE MANAGEMENT OF THE HOTEL
ROOSEVELT OFFER AM PRIZE OF $ 20.00 (100 gdes
"tR'A SUITABLE NEW NAME FOR THE HOTEL

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S. .. .
Address suggestions
-. ,' Hotel Roosevelt
t Office Box 234

Contest end April 2nd

1 suggt you. call it ...... .
..My nl ..................................................
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f Please print plainly ..... .. ......


NO RUMOR
That Lt. Florville and
Capt. Brierre are going to
fhe U. S. to observe traffic
procedure.


1934.
FOREI(
Minister
tons Jacc
ceived in


) SUEING FORMER .turday Mg
PRESIDENT cretary of
Attorney Victor .Duncan 'later d i
ot filed a suit against former given to t
President Estimd this 'ieek Leger emp
s-. for dne of his clients. of interest
1- -- with rega
)d MORE PEOPLE of this Cc
a- World population is in- tends to
s- creasing one per cent annua of the ED
Ily. berg,,. e:
e means e
nd NEWS FROM U.S.A. ment to i
An unresponsive divorcee pating in
I in Chicago told an unwan* in any ot
ted suitor to drop dead. He against Pea
did on her front porch, after Minister I
a- shooting himself. vinced th
nt WORLD NEWS tion of th
ho Two observers pick Iran must prey
* as- ncxr to attract Moscow's rious cou.
d roving fancy. A fine thing, r
if the .Thief of Bagdad must
worry over an out-of-town
mob moving in.
de
as TRIPLETS ., !
a The firm !of Aggerholm
dl will take charge of the tri-
ne plets whose birth, was an- .
c- nounced' recently. The mot'-
a- her, a peasant of the area of I
ie Jacmel was confined at the .-
ot aMaternite Isale Jeantyn. '- "

COFFEE..
The Special Commission
of the Department of Agri-
ac culture in charge of the stu-
r- dy of the' conditions of gof- P
fee in the Cahos Mountains '
's (Artibonite Department)'
has returned to this Capital al
after a week's investigation -
It is composed of Agricultu
rist Claude Preval. Director
o f. t h- e National' c 50aDMX
S.c h o o 1 of Agricultu ,b c
re. Bertin Dadaille. Chief of Ituning!
'the Coffee Section and Ro-
bert Fanfan, Specialist in
soil analysis. This Commis-
sion will soon forward its / 4
Report on the agricultural
possibilities of the Cahos
Mountains that' formerly
produced an excellent cof- .
fee. .Th
Las
PURCHASED SHARES .,
SOLD STOCK extra
This week it was announ dele
pow
ced that the members of the tone
Societe Haitienne d'Automo 2.
biles S. A. and the Societl wri
Haitienne de Mosaiques who dial
se members are Mr. Fortu- pro
ne Bogat. Mr. Marcel Gen- stu
fil, Mr. Armand Mallebran .
che and Mr. Daniel Brun you
purchased the'shares that
member Phillipe Charlier .
previously held in the So- ,.
cleties. The group then sold. : i
Their r ock in the Rex Thea j r .
Ire to Phillipe Charlier who
managed it since its found-
in6. Incidentally it had sho-
wed no profit since its found
ing by the Society back in


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and Haiti is ready to fully
cooperate in fortifying the
GN MINISTERS Jinks which unite the Repu-
r of Foreign Rela- blics of the the Americas.
lues Lger was re Friday the conference an-
Washington on Sa nounced the selection of Hai
arch 24th by Se- tian Foreign Minister,
State Acheson. Jacques Leger to answer
ing an interview President Auriol's speech
the Press, Minister on behalf of the entire Con.
phasized the, points ference. Minister Leger
t of his country mad& his address yesterday
ird t6 the success afternoon at twelve.
inference which
the consolidation TOURISM
doctrine of Nurem Tuesday at 1:00 p. m. the
explaining that it Director General of the Na
Exemplary punish- tional Office of Tourism,
individuals partici- Mr. Jean F. Brierre, left for
a war program or the United States in order
her conspiracy a- .to attend the Conference of
ace and Humanity. Negro Businessmen in Was
.eger says he is con hington, and the ,IHaiti
at ihe Conference Week" in NewYork Mr.
titute a reaffirma- Brierre is accompanied by
3e solidarity that his wife. They will visit Mex
ail between the va"ico and Havana before retur.
ntres of America, mung to Haiti.
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9M'rS Are from 8 a. m. till 5 P. m. some shops
close between the hours of 12 and 2. p. m.
Sat, is noon closing, but a number of
shops especially Souvenir shops stay open
till five in the evening.
Banks open -at 8 a. m. and close at I p.
m. Saturday closing noon.
Post Office opens at 8 a. m. and close at
5:30 p. m.


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little kittens. She is calmly packing live bats. The girl is partly
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Riack Bal Mine near tfea, The flying mammals. ar a
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SThe beloved blous n
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Salne. This one-pi .e.e.
Sdiem with a blouseo ad : skli I
;Ift wan recently u..veilek .
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ALL BUT FEATH ES K
-' extract all
Paris s Older Restaurant s Ducki Diuer: po in "ab
I Has Kept t in the Chips for Centune te conso
S. ,ting juice
S By Philip Clarke pieces of
For more than three hun- I Kirig Henry III of France mixture of
dred years, the oldest res-J tried out the world's. First nac and tl
S taurant in Paris has made fork here in 1585.. It wor- mon.
money by squeezing the day ked so well that he sopped "iThen
lights out of ducks. rating with his hands. '' is cooked
At the Tour d'Argent (Sil Mr Trraiil sweats' that J laanp uriti
At' thmoure d'Arntre (hil- 'i"g "er .... 'of Frc mix' of"
r ver Tower), all but the fea- Pierpont Morgani'tdok "'he h hes thickc
others are servered in a sau- of 1773 'cbgnae ftoin' the' 2i colbr' efih
cecompounded of the duck's ne 'cellar, leaving a check Salt arid p
t-own blood and bones. toun for one-thousaad.dotlacsas.to.tasce.,.T
S ded in 1582 min a medieval payment. ,The.4jeck.is..still. bejten.wig
city wall fortress on the Sei- displayed in ,rth lreStaurant's, .for',2Q0to'
Sne River :bank, the restau- museum which includes a ci- very hot.
u ant is one of the most no- par of King Alfonso if' are served
tedgating places in the Spain and gold-plated knife cond course
world. Many of the world's and fork sets -u'ed byBr', (the ,je
r. hfamoushave dined here. cain's King Edward VH. Rus ckts o. i,
.4." 'Ameri cani tourists now ria's Czar Alexander and (82.80). A
i eat'at the cKing:s Table" Belgiumin's King Leopold I. at the Tou
and oqlh and .aah at the Since 1890, the Tour has to five
''-breathtkirig 'ieiw' of Notre numbered its ducks, now (7"to $14
...ame Cathedral tliough the well over the 200- thousand
: Tou.s 40.squ.re ,yards of mark. The Prince of Wales Wines
S"plat4gl. g. w.ndows. Later Edward VII, ate duck The che
'- Thirtyrtwiyearold Clau-. No. 326. the custom
; de Terr.i, o~..looks like xcx 'old wines,
''. Jo D iMaggio in striped Duck Recipe quors front
i- .pants; runs the restaurant colorful' Si
w .diplomacy and. show- Here is the restaurants cellar "dug
: anship. He once paid tihe own recipe for its famed River.
^.lFienchFinance' Ministry 14 pressed duck dinner : ,,'. Some th
t ousaid: francs ($40) nigh- ,,The duck must be very vek get 'an
i,: .keep the Cathedral young (eight weeks), --fatA cell, .whi
/ ip keep Catho*iral
:.: d.,... . power tened the last 15 days. Kjl pr. Bioss c
si .. 5 '..'..-t' this bird by suffocation (sta seph Peliss
1' ., .. : +T,, angling) in order to keep all ne (cognac
its blood. Make, about 1/2 for eight
:- .... .... fo : tables.:at the cup .of consomme.- of duck, glass'($2.2
Pi: h' lptiyhs I in The liver of the duc4 is ta- nac is bert
rsetinf th ysouts ken away' and crushed, lissier.
Skts Travelers .were fdr- Roast the duck about 15 mi Rarest b
Sbidden to enter',Paris after nutes (no more"; .then it der lock ac
sufad~wnt and naturally some *ill be very -rare. Put the cesses in t
es the Tour got crowd- crushed liver on a dish with a half-full
di ^ foy rich- Americans a glass of port wine,-, 2/3 covered fr
.e.jel.withl dollars; for a ta- glasQ Madeira and 1/3. "'ia nish galleo
l4 th.-a". view.". '. good cognac (brandy). Sixteenth (
i','.. ";',':.'" .. .. .. "Slice the duck in small -
I orrt F0rk, -' pieces. Send the legs to the. Career
4 cordig to Mr. Terrail kitchen to be broiled. Crush Claude I


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'in thj1special ma
d -a datk press' to
L, the blood and
ibiW-l4 aine.TI'he resul-
is poured over the
crushed. Jiyver ,the
'Madeira'aa and' cg.
he' juice of a le-
this preparation
on an alcohol
1 the sauce beco-
and similar to the
nelted chocolate.
)epper according
he.-sauce must.be
howt inte eruption
25. 4inutrps. Serve
The broiled legs
separately as a s-
,e. .'
ssed duck alone'
thousand frann
Complete dinn
r runs from 2,500
thousand frands
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ck goes higher if
ter insists on rare
cognacs and lii
a the restaurant's
xteenth Century
under the Seine

irsty patrons ne-
y: further than the
ch features a tiny
>f the cellar is Jo-
ier who serves fi-
) Napoleon, 1805
hundred francs a
5. ,lThe 1800 cog
er, 'says Mr. Pe-
ottles are kept un
id key .ix little re-
he wall. There is
barrel of port re-
om a sunken Spa-
in in about the
Century.

egan his restau-


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i ofa cookingig schooll at CROSLEY
e a age dF 17.He then yrga- S lva r
bpnded about Europe, ..er- hlvdor
i4ng-lgfy -sasecretar; of Refrigerator
.t .-ahp jat ifi' Bu -
chi ~Cacia~t~ ng
Zog's a'b.ni


^ d ly m^ ,11. .
1936. th T dered out ."
of Alb 'a r quarrel
with 75 sister. .'
,,I a, m m u ts, ,.
he say( t the, T ,
Return' 'o Paris, he. .
rtoa in a restau-
rant- ue f father, I Telod 3
Andre, or ag up from
w (ph3.sber toMaire:dH.o: Bettert o Iu
t" eM i ad fallyi to mt r eager -"
of the 'Tour d'Ar-eit in Ior .'- ...
1945. He lcl, t0htip e, m 7li "i. .'-O.' k !
mori'zed the 75 special dis- lappiW'Livng
hes served at the Tout., Agents :
Showmanship is pehapsr Trans-world
Claude's biggest asset. HIe Trading Co.
has dashed to: a Paris ;rai-; Across from the.National
road station with a mobile Bank
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Restaurant and
Movie Manners'
By Ti Bca4pce :
k "-3-4 One of cur friends says -
.some h)n has simply got to.. .....
esT "u tis wife and
a aurant
oSag-.
ook Tels Tragi orof e r
I7vn~jm U 16 a Wf


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The Story of Ernie Pyle
N by-Le. iller. ,
F b wb((7e.Afsg(es
S' w iwho ead the daily
! dispatches of Ernie Pyle du.
Sraing World War IIsuspec.-
ted the internal battle the
little man was fighting as ha
recorded the battle of G. I'.
Jo 'a ,a dozen farflun -foi
i .4g ..ds..
w4 dw of the stories he
. w##,4about the .infantry-
m ei dyig in the mpd are
more poignant than his'
. own. A
Frnie Pyle's prit te life
s put down by Lee G. Mil-
AThaYk :.p 'e'ral friend
fid the man who handled
the famous war correspon-
dent's copy for more than a
decade.
Heie f Jt titie -is

i" married *ife-of Ern af id
;i his Hi~iPc struggle keep
S.faith with "ta-i tCo
S-whoq-h.be ofte'i ,
,. his stories at ho e1 a-
tbrnoad.'sc /j
A 'nonconforz it, "'.. 1-
.dide Siebolds ke7_ the gif-
ted witi'r.: inr theA6cos or
in the depths of despondency
A moody man himself, Er-
-nie often was driven .to.-the
edge of despair by the wo-'
man he never ceased to lo-
re.
ai. In later years his wife be-
Scame a dipsomaniac and
fear of what she might do
| /o herself haunted the wis-
'-py little man on many a
'' night when he sweated it
'qut in a foxhole.
p At one time she stabbed
--.herself about 20 times in an
attempt at suicide and had
.,.:' ;to be restrained by her nur-
se. But Ernie's faith only wa
S':vered once anI he procured
-. 'a divort'He did so with re
'gret, hoping that a clean
S'.break might benefit them
both. Later he remarried
S Jerry, by proxy.
When she married Ernie
I.she wanted.to keep the mar-
:I riage a secret. Ernie had in.
sisted that he must go throu
.gh the formality of a mar-
age so as not to offend the
sturdy, respectable farm folk
who belonged to him back
in Indiana.
Le Miller does a good
S job on the book and he is m
re qualified than most bio


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UaI LEIC fnu, and hwhenthen od]f
arrives decides that,'It.h,!
graphers to do it. I knew he h ad ordered w s'it,
Leei-M.i er.. in- the. Pacific. far, and that she does n't i
where -t tit when a cn .stder, after all.
placed.I bk hn Ieutst out a sys
.placed an te bad tei d acase of nitching.,
of taking over Er e' I '.L .Ilet m .eitM tea teq i
a rough asti tt y omu s iti, n u h
one. .;' 'sayf4 n "'oks o S goo
He was a good re r Andr r~urant or4a s



be an imitation of the mai g ro noth. I
he called his friend r He left les his rolls, and eats half
the Pacific hbe i ... of h... e j' --


At chat time he was con-i of stris iefober; to lent Exhibits held annually invarious cites. T
'remplacing a book on ~Pyle' 'smpq ,bus I _rqfused 'to gi- gyaph shows a television set' assembled -by a' hi l. '
iand those who admired ith e In t i4athei' tbda-y) school boy and entered in this -year's (1.9r
most fric 6iz i'itespbhdent i kow .the..gy T (Hps a at an Francisco, in .the west coast State of Cali-
of World War II will be great onel for-settingis wi- forma. ~More than 2,000 young Califdrnis &M' ente h
happy that. Lee never wave- fe crazy at home by. cooking i handiwork, and some 10,0 e,'s.,were dipayed.
red in his resolution. from the dining room ta- Included were paeintngs cl oth~ ieede prk, l
The book "'takes' Ernie ble. planes and houses, furniture, ad naiuralp history ollec
fr tom the days ,of his boy- Orfxxx t ions. ely s 1,
hood on a-rented fa ndm in pSufferitg,!aikeca inan. i i otes. Sh....cho.loy ulnd en ad .u in.
Vermillion County, Indiana Joe has been taking me o r "- is a .t / .
through school, newspaper the movies every once in a
days in Washington, travels whilk the Hpat- Fe1 .monsas a -.-
day on Iwo Shima. re....'IW--u iutidl t6) *..
ke .WJhi'ed*>remea3ks 1' Jl ':)()h hi. .
There on April 18, 1945, nent movies I
Eronie 'Wodt aie fatietht had For instance, he says that CANCER, the Crab
stalked him in his own as far as he is concerned. all
mind thietghou' the.o'ar in the horse races in the news June 21- July 22
Africa and in Europe. He reels and the main feature Rulsed-by the Moon
got it r4 t through the cen are the si a ,,hs .-A'ors i. rck T '
neer ar his helmet when hei Theo y a1i k h '.t the se Ad i rated. a4da ge-
looked upat'after a.Ji sniper to hbmthid .the hergo s ,hTr, rous to a fault Quiet, placid
had nzer6od in on the hum- se always wins in the edd natures as a general rule.
mock behind which he was andbhe gets the girl, too, Have great -powers to orga-
hiding and eall the horse gets is a nize and execute important PIE-EYED PROF-Pro. A l
peoplebouints o. New Yorkadoher cu
TErnead wt i d .man whoe li. bucket of oats and some flo- problems. Have an inborn faced up to he tit .
ked te takea. belt at. g6 o weri he c an't e at. craving for travel. Family undergraduates sog
Sh in' s w as -d as o f it Soefunds for a new u' al
bore of bourbo and hetos If There are any stray mo- people, and the women ma building. e nd othr a
sgd off a right good brand vie producers, vacationing in ke ideal mothers.. Shoh members and students ofere
of cussigwhenhewasstrip Haiti they 'had best wash cultivate tact and diplomatheeir heads ts targetsfwrlwh.
of cs f his ghene h wasnrip hhee boy tho these willeti oand poa
Stuffed shirt twice T Joe has other ideas, Mate with Psces, Virgo or nto e bu
He was thoroughly hu' ,too. Libra.
man, often felt that his co- Like this one. He says all
py was slipping and that his movies are made on two pat The Poets Corner
office was working a hard- Verns. One has a cowboy,
ship on the public 'when it and the cowboy owns a THE CRIMSON BLADE ,
was sent out all over the white horse. One of them
country. wears a big hat and the otc- The crimson blade of Mars hangs ovr e.ad
But millions of Americans he- one always, bites. r As war now seems more inevitable e. .s u. '
agreed with him on kicks the villain. Sometimes And once again we weep for our brave dead "
That score--and they will -hey both do. A neighbor Thp e peace a thing far from intanRible -
think no less of the little ring rancher always owns a The vulture will replace the dove of neace;
man with, their magic touch beautiful daughter, who Starvation -seeks to gaulrarstbontugdenfl ts __"
Sat the typewriter when they gets in a terrible mess and As .bigotry rares. forth tr lo egipe.a;.t. rg- ..
read the details of 'his. pri- the cowboy has to shoot a Theewicked.who have'srg grown o.erbiid.c
Lvae life. 'few people iust to get her Now upon- this fallowe h lie newn raaes
I The mpain was as good as out of it. Somewhere in the As:ttrior --oipts and each soul aiew e
his stories, movie is a stage coach, and crss-te. b lefel raves ,
a '- side k ic k of K- llng with bohibs ps
Obtain this book by writ- thel coboy who either Yet s .iaHg pheC is wB E .
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Two old families were'
united yesterday when Mar-
celle Vital and Jean de Les-
pinasse became aMan and
wife,,. The ceremony rook
place at Church St Philippe
and St Jaqques in Jacmel, af
ter which a lavish reception
was offered at the Vital's
home. The first big social
event to waken the Lovely
city of the west, for many a
day.

Mr and Mrs. Sendral left
Monday to enjoy a 3 to 4-
months vacation in France.
Mr and Mrs. Raymond Flani
.ert are reported to be en-
joying their vacation in the
States and Canada. '

Jean Janini and- Paulette
Guichard, the former Miss
Haiti, were married. yester-


day '. -
xxx
C '; ;Alberto Barbarich,
Minister of taily i' Haiti,
flew,' o enezuela Thurs-
day to take passage over the'
Mountains to his new post
/in Lima, Peru. Before the
SCount left he was decorated
S. wjth the -laitian National
Order of Merit by Minister
Iuc Fouche. .
xxx
Mr. Daniel Th6ird,. for
mer Ministetr to Chile, who
represented, Haiti at. the Ins
tldlation" "ceremonies of the
new Uruguayan >: ipvern-
me 'dmet, was this week
F worp id to. the' position of
S. e of Protocol. Th1i post.
was formerly. occupied by
Mr Maurice Lauduh who is
.now Minister to Chile.
\ xxx
Dominican Ambissador
and Mrs. Aybar entertained
Haiti's Ambassador to the
Dominican. Republic Mr.'
; j Theophile Richard at a din-
ner party at their home in
Petionville Monday ',night..
xxx .
Roland Dorcely is doing I
truly wonderful job of trans
forming the El Rancho into
-"something to see., On
completion of these murals
he.will be-due to take that
trip to France.


Architect Hubert Etheart
who graduated last June
from Ohio State University
returned Wednesday aboard
the SS Nuevo Dominicano
from 6 months of gaining


day with a 6 to 8 at her ho
me in Pen de Chosen Wed.
nesday.

Dick Allen, son of Dan
Allen the Coca Cola man in
, Haiti leaves today to retur-


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-on who was formally Gene
ral Consul in Le.Havre Fran
ce was recently appointed
first Secretary of the Hai-
cian Embassy in Buenos Ai-
res.


Cosaques in honour of Dr.-|
Mendez Pereira the Presi '
dent of UNESGO in the A-
mericas.
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ined' to work in New York xxx
r".X "after spending a lively vaca. Raymond Laleau, who is
do lion here.He visited the Cita working with UNESCO in ,>,
^^. 11l in all reports he had a tion Tuesday.
-well time. Dick works at xxx .1
practical experience in Mia- the head office of Pan Ame- Many -Briseuresn have re Catholic
mi). Architectural experien- rican Industries in: the Big ceived invitations sent by Hospital Chapel
'ce city of the North;. Hasco to attend the dinner unday Mass at 8:30 a. m.
xxxxxx at Cabane Choucoune tomor sermon in English.
Jimmy Plinton of Dry Mrs Arthur Vincent quiet row at 8:30... but as yet no Sacr6-Coeur. Sunday. .
Cleaning fame left by plane acknowledged her birth- ,Briseurs- have been ;nvi- Masses at 4-6-8 a. m..
for Washington Monday to day Wednesday. ted... this may be a mistake. Cathedral Sunday Masses
attenol the Negro Business- xxx xxx at 4-5:30 80:00 a. m.
men's Conference. After the Word from the Adams who Last Monday Mrs Lucien St Gerard (near Oloffson)
Conference Mr. J. Plinton left last week for three Lafontant accompanied "by Sunday Masses 5:30-7-8:30 :1
intends to spend a short va- weeks vacation at home daughter Gisele left to join 3t Jean Bosco Sunday
cation with his family in and then their new post in husband Lucien, who is Mass at 9 a. m. :
Westfield, New Jersey. Bahia Bazil...n Nice flight1 Haitian Consul in Genoa I- Chapel on the Exposition
xxx to Chicago. Its really chilly taly. grounds, Mass at 9: a. m. '
Yesterday some friends for a couple of old avocado xx Episcopal -
and relatives of Jean Lespi- eaters like us. We stay here Saturday at .St Peters in Holy Trinity :Cathedra .
nasse and Marcelle Vital nightgt go to Nebraska tom Petionville Marie Therese Sunday Mass at 4 a. a 6.
hired a D. C. 3 to fly to Jac Irrow..Thats all now Mon Ackmed, daughter of Abdal a. i. and 8 a. m. in Fren.ch 'i
mel to the Wedding. cher". lah Ackmed and Pierre Bert 9 : 30 a. m. in English. .
xxx xx i homieux, were tfiarried. Daily Mass 6 a. m. Er ihl
'Mrs. Ih.pdes of 'Standard Major and Mrs Arnaud xxx Ephany Chapel
Fraita celebrated her birth- Merceion flew to Buenos 19.000 tickets were sold Sunday Mass at'6 a '. n.
in the Renault car raffel 8 a.,m. in French
last week-end. METHODIST
xxx Rue de la R6volution
Dr. Lhdrisson offered a .Service : at 7 ..a. mn.
luncheon Friday at. the' Aux In. English
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Their stay was far too short -. From right to left :
'Mrs. George M. Jackson, Mrs. E. C. Grant, Mrs. E.Breit
'Jr., and Ipis Pritchett, pho:.ographed at Cabane Chou
coune Tuesday night. .. see story below)

Among the 100 odd pas- .ren wooden ma'ctes, so as
.sengers aboard the fortnigh her neighbours little. boys.
tly cruise ship the Nuevo Do could duel to death. Mrs.
minicano were three 'very George Jackson a well
interesting and charming known linguist, has or is in
people. (Ladies) who wis- t4e process of making up a
bed to stay a little longer,, new language not at all
(the ship arrived at 7:00 and like Creole confesses the wi-
sailed at I1:00) but have fe of an oil Tycoon. Lois
promised to return. Mrs E. Pritchett owns a hotel in
Breir Jr. who turned down St. Petersburg, Florida, and
Hollywood to lead a normal on her short stay made it
life in Texas, spends most her business to find out all
of her, time hopping around ihe hotel rgres. Promises 0twr6..
the U. S. in her own airpla- with the information now in ...
ne. Was sorry to leave, and in hard to persuade some .
must return. Mrs. E. C. of her customers to visitm some O agm ut'
Grant. aunty of Mrs. Breit Haiti. When she returns you BRASSERIE. IDE L I COURON
Is writing a travel novel may look her up at the Ma-
on her short trip around the jestic Petionville. S A.
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By Dr. ALBERT
The coluijus of La Pre
t- sa -qre open to American
formation and -thought, a
v '. ave always.aservd I the* ide
of continental fraternity
This is a recognition
the important function
'.the' free and independe
pi$gs in the formation of
public conscience, and th
t .his function serves as a
1' sis for the fraternal feel
Mi nmdng lthe ,-:oples of An
T-ica and i effective
, operation: of mutual adv
g. e... ... .
an-Americanism ,as'
"cotcepttas feeing and as
'.tiii liould nqot remain c
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0 GAINZA PAZLA PRENSA hen and d ot reos
it is necessary not only "to then and deepen the roots
SI prevent- its remaining exclu of America's ideal": union
:n-r se who hold public office lively in .the .sterlizing and peace in freedom. The
in- maybe mistaken and ,moved hands ofi State; but also to mandate comes to us from a-
nd to act by circumstaOices of THESE ar -he, words of keep it froth deteriorating far in histour republisom even be
eal the moment. That is' why Dr, Alberto C ahb'.- Paz. into a simple fiction that
... Pan-Americanism, as -it' is editor of La Prensa. Pro- would soon 'provoke skepti-
of understood and practiced by phetically enough, he spo- cism and distrust. It should cEdcri-P.-that is, knot
of rulers, frequently stumbles ke them when he was he- be frankl3 recognized that &Swfi- y Maqans. pf books
.nt as it marches forward, halts re last, five months ago. we face a double danger; a the press and the interchan
F a add even recedes." In the light of the subse- sham Pan-Americanism and ge of student and scholars
hat ,In our hemisphere here quent strangling of his a sham democracy. A true is the way. by which the-
ba- are 22 nations-and I del- great free newspaper by and sincere a reckoning of se eop.les may learn to un-
ng iberately include Canada, chicanery and violence on Pan-Adier s an reality makes derstand each orher better,
ne-- which some day will occu- the part of the Argentine it evident that the hopes of and .hus contribte to the'
co- py its proper- plsce in the dictatorship, we find his the people are not satisfied of Pan-Americanism. In like
ran Organizatiois of American very simple. 'temperate and that the barriers 'erected consolidation 'and progress
States. These 22 nations pre words deeply moving in- at the geographical frorn- manner, meany ihitiatives:.ha
a sent an example unique in deed today. We bad offe- tiers of the various repu- ve arise in the United 8ta-
ac- the world. They live in pea- red to imnt La. Prehsa's blics, far from being dem-o kes, which, without interfe-
on ce and without any problem eitorials,when thbe Pero- lished or loye'red, rise hig- .ring with governmental, .a-
tal which cannot be solved by nitas shut the paper and higher.' tion,. purse the same "igh
judicial means .established down, that became im- aim. Good examples. may
jin common accord.' All we. possible. But these direct, aWE must defend oursel- apd should be. imitated,' and
Sre born- and developed, all unadorned words are air- ves against the fittion of de- sincere eve that in
live and .progress, stimula ready on the record.Whem mocracy- a sham'democra the other countries of the
ted by.a firm devotion 'to he received Ite Americas cy. It is not enough that the -continent there exist sn-'
freedom d democR.cy. De .Foundation, Award, be res Consitgtion and the laws e- lar. pessihties for. the dey
pocraic ideals are, the, pri poded by offering pri> nimnate;,a syste-iif elopmeit of endeavors lea ,4-
Snalsibstance of Pan e. ze of Amderktan Friend. liberty, became. totalit ia. 4i g4 'i e p '':
Sricanism.'somuch so, thatit s to be confrred ,a- regimes 'find many ways to ,We ,ave before u a
can be said democracy and .,. / on a #. eS#*t.r heir .n4i a vast field of action; to ma$k
S American fraternity ". in- of s.s 9 p out new- ,5urSs, to q.ep
seR tabie principles. That is id he suicgates,
why Pan-Americanismh, to be ,, .es . oms 'af do not r.4~pt w draw men closer,, to dear
able to live and flourmsh,must et deser
be underst6od' by the people. f.fh h rghe. 'e, -with, .s
Fiom e people will ema- an **aL and toie ndeh sper fulf l an
h nate all the enthusiasm ma rmsw rht t .cei toidispeli demand s
and faith which official ac- We cpm r .... e ande to dipe aginsdt.pi-g
aI lack or.# afPw j 4 %ae. andto
ast ,In thesame way that too h ...Y is pe and Americ fer-
ups much State intervention in re A 1 b s a4 is peice and A e ftoser
his, theeconoimic life -a nation tedo e f- $$.cleins 9 tfep "ity o isol"n ion. There to x.
In dries up the sources of pro- soneis eviot once f iron curtains. -
Fial duction leads to-individual bring oabut t se e ;"' nater' against :.n ds- should be a r.
and'collective "...pdverish .a.ifeivgsa i tr .
a- and collective mpovernshf ack o i. hma.y beqther crude qr sub- rented i' :Amrica;.,at.
con ment, and ends by transfer" sp gs fro e 1 . this orthy "as the "

th op- st an n 7nd
mireg t the citizens int a to aef'd ", s ths s tihe jnt .
vice qif th .,poitiilj'ystem eyh.%.'cam.tt 4Q bare(iirghe 4l"- Pt .'-
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wo9A.oful orchestra in a Magnificent Musical Revue' entitled aA SA4UTE TO THE AMERICAS.
fea- I. atiful singer ABBE LANE whose legsare insured by Lloyds of Lp.Idon for one million d&lal
),-EDDIE KOSAC, King of the Marimbas TATU and JULIA, the World's finest Trbpi&1
'. ."Baend, -JORS. LOPEZ .voted- the finest trumpet player in North and South America, and many other fi-
*ne start. "- .
4 i.S .. 11. friday April 6 at 8:00 p. m. ,
G-. Gat8: 01,004 Tickets on sale :
S.. $ 2:00 -Hote KRoosevelt d'Haiti.
S3.00 Rex Theatre, La Belle Cr6ole

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SBeachcomber...
continuedd from page 9) st
Monday Mr. and ,Mrs. tr
George Talamas flew to th
States. Mrs Talamas with a
Tony gnd Margaret is at pie ri
sent visiting her 'parents in r
-: Loredo, Texas. Mr. Talamas h
i' s spending a little time in C
Miami and then flying to ke
th- e big city on business. h

Wednesday Mr. W. K..
1" (Bunny) Evans, resident Hail m
tian Consul in Jamaica, re- ac
.turned to Kingston after a th
Sharing the holidays with or
i port-au-Princoi. Mrs Evans to
prolonged her stay to visit FROZEN IN HIS JOB One '
I man to remain, unperturbed by d
.and "freezes" was Chicago Fire as
1^:" a o,'Lt. Thomas Ryan. His lid was ro
Russell T. Black Superin- frozen when sub-zero tempera-
tendent of Agencies of thed es turned hose spray to ice on c br
his battle hat. -Fully resigned to de
II' Sun Life Insurance of Canal the hazards of being a smoke t
i da, spent two days in Port- eater, RCan" calmly "clamped'
aprnct t....s in Mr down' on a cigarette after the? er
Sau-Princ this week. 'Mr.1 blaze was subdued n
Black's visit to Haiti was o.n,.,_
part of', an inspection tour years ago Mr. Black found o-
; roughout the-,Casibbean, a great deal or change and th,
Mr. Black is the man in char improvement in the country ca
ge of Sun Life's wide pro- .and Life Insuiance he said, tl
gram of reorganizing. and shows sighs of marked in- v
stieamlinixng its southern -A crease arid importance in li- ra
gengies. Since his lastvisit3 fe in.preset day Haiti. re
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Last Sunday's game drew and was always first on the I
S a trowd f 20,000 fans to ball. As the winner of this .
Parc Leconte. Excelsior sco game team Excelsior .holds in
S red two goals in four minu- the'leadership in the Priadel G
tes, this positively upset Ra Cu Chaipionship. Violet- m
cing and the game finished te .and Bacardi will play to- C
3-0. Fritz Rouzier in his -day the' 20th 'gaie pf the co
enthusiasm jumped-up chee Championship at Parc Lecon as
r1' and disloc~td U l re.. The Renault was won. by in
d r.Excelsior played a much Mr. Michel Turenne, an ,
S superior game using long employee at the Custors -
p-sses, better team work House. m
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T.s rendements observes depuis

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vois who wis jssiued a dri- 1 "7'Tw.
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inued from page 1) Restaurant an. '
me of the small side- All But feather.
people and cars obs- .(continued from page 6)
each entrance, the needs a shave or needs to (ontinud frm page 6)
s hastly left the truck reduce. kitchen to serve pressed duck '
controlable manner. The other formula, is a, to Sweden's aged King Gus.
t hit the large larco man and a girl, some cho- tav V in his private car. He C."
going the same way in rus girlies kicking their legs shoots fireworks off the
empt to swing into trouble and strife and at, roof of his 'restaurant every
des Dalles was blo- khe end, a beautiful smoo- IAsslle -Day.' i
a camionette which cheroo. The guy,. says Ti-.r'T Atkes a dim view of *..,
shed to almost pulp. *Joe, is old enough to know iacans who joke about Aj
ick rikershaded off I better and the gal, a peroxi- Frich cooking.. "Thle T .
nionette, by this ti- de blonde who is- probably French 4ai ip is a science
.ad no front wheels, 10 years older than she just like'he making of the
he road to demolish looks-and'if you look-clo- atom bomb," he says with '
Is of two houses bel- se (and Ti Joe does) she has.; emphasis, and he takes issue
to Mr. and Mrs. Vie been around in the movies., with'any'one who calls .,is
Mary Lafontant. A every 'since Hector was ;a prices too high. '
ord .camiionette wa. pup. But he does get a chuckle i.
d by.part of the run- Gonsidering all that, I Out of the published cfom-;i
fuck's ,load of large think Ti Joe is 'a honey to ment of one American ai-.4
ne of wh'i c h take me to the movies. I lo- morist who, after eating at "
he leg of a by-stan. ve them don't mind at all' the Tpur, wisecracked : ,*The,'
this Monotony ( Smoo- restaurant is on the fifth
three person who we' keroo routine. Life is, too, floor because they heed- all': :'
d and eight of the and I find them both migh- the rest of the building ot ".-
personp were people ty fascinating. store the money.-" -
sidewalk and. in xxx !''.
et. The driver of the .Which reminds me of the -------
tte that was compk last rime we went to the mo
cked 'Anderson Pre- vies. Pen sion
ormer police corpo-, Want.a chew of gum ?, "San Miohe le'
,ed a cut on the fo- 'asked Ti Joe, after we had
and injuries to his found seats and started rat- In cool Petionville, offer
e persons in the ca- tling our sacks of popcorn, a delihtful homelike- t.
e Airaclously esca-- "Sure, why not,n said I, :mosphere, comfortable "
Lth.- -w.,ide eyed at such magnifi- 'rooms French, Haitianj and I
police -headquarters cont spending.- ,; Amierican Cuisine -at veiy .
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SBuy Classified Advertisements ell
Help Wanted For Rent -For Sale Lost and Found. Y. O

S Classified advertisements, Submit all applications in Wanted a person to work aH Opp
are accepted for things warn writing c/o aHaiti Sun, sta Fridays and Saturdays,Must
Oed or unwanted; articles ting education, references, be able to read and write
"..fQr sale ; peers :e es and salary desired. English well. (
: iiscella; pers stems, uch O Please mail references
FOR SALE c/o cHaiti Sun, Box 118.
as jobs wanted; houses for-erfect con
S rent; tforing ; traveling edition only three months old
w :companmns ; ideas fo sale, 800 dollars. C Materity
not acctd. advertisments astera's Maternity
of political nature. Rate : Clinic
25 c .er insertion, maxi- Dr Georges Castera's cornThe b
m o 10 worortable, and complete mTo-
U dern 12 rbom Miternity cli
Please-- if anyone can nic is at 'your service. This
recommend a Cook who is up-to-date clinic is located
adequately honest and rela-1 in the same building as the
timely sober and has a eper- cold Pharmacy Castera, opposite
; tory^ extending beyond cold the Telegraph and Telepho
cabbage and hot bananas, (aREAL ESTATE, ne Buiding. Call 2131.
Swho, in 'fat has a certain AGENCY RODOR
Simmagination and talent, TRADING NE .J
'. please contact Mr. Chavis NEVER JUST SAY
Morning 9-12, Tel. Centre Corporation with its offi- BARBANCOURT
d'Art. ces in the Bohomme buil- Alwaysask for'
____ ding on 'the Grand'Rue Alws -
: 'N'"-" will solve your housing pro -- -- JANE -- -- .
W" NOTICE n blem. If you wish 'to rent BARBANCOURT
,We th ersigned do a house, or buy a house Just HAITI'S FNEST RUM
':.'-hereby warn the 'Public in give them a ring. _______-----
general that we do not hold --
:... ourselves responsible tfot On enquiring about any)
an trouble contracted by a of the- aREAL ESTATE \EWYOi, HAuI -VOi MARY REA-A
called .Briseurm. bargains at the uRodor Tra- A DARING
(Sgd) Biseur ding Corporation office- One of the n
Society S. A. 150 Grand'Rue (Building of p pirates of the Sj
Robert Bonhomme Phone *.. .. . . '-. was a woman,
;" 'antd iSA t 2790) ask to see their fine S More than one
isis ..i..ai., 'modern handy c sewing fore her sword
Engish as well asrench. machines- they sell ihem'for A U AlUSS Tr. Condemned to
iWor al day, six-day week. a astoundingly low price. I died in prison.
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