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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
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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VOLUME' II Port-au-Prince Ha



,Th'i .Haiti, Sun.,is not its popular support ... the
" mwn for its willingness to Ra Ra -dancers prancing
|titsneck out. making through the streets the past j,
ar-fetched predictions. But' few week-ends are only the O
fwe feel perfectly safr in prelude of the big. time to 5
forecasting' that the 1952 come. And the Communale f
~ia4K, will be the live- Commission of Port anu-
t'S& ,haW s .epjoyed in Prince is no putting the ;s
.ea. iizfact it might well finishing touches to plans f6r c
tp out o be the carnival' nailing' thing Mardi Gras so i
it eclipse all o others on the original, gay, and' chip that
ecd".' .' I,, t wil l.not only, serve as a
There's no doubt about, (Continued on Page 10) b
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The man who has his fin-'
,e on the pulse of the tour-
it trade predicts that Haiti
will some day be host to
0,000 visitors a year, That
orecdst holds a lot of weight
when it comes from the-pre-
ident of the American So-
:iety of Travel Agents, the
dost influential organiza-
ion of its kind in the world.
.Mr. A. L. Simmons -has
brought many tourists to
Haiti himself as head of the
SSimmons Tours. ,A n d

' SUNDAY, l$.EBRUARY rddl952

PREDICTS 50'600 -I DrFDu

Tuesday be was among, the
400 passengers aboard the
cruise ship "Italia i h'a r
anchored in Port-au-Prince
Bay during, a Simmons-or-
ganized Caribbean cruise.
(Continued on tPage 3
Michel D6jean's Chorms
Gains Popularity .
" The Michel D6jean Cho-
rus held two concerts this
-week proving once more
that the innate Haitian nu-
sical talent can be manifest-
ed vocally as well as instru-


SFour persons are 'now
dead and four injured as the
result of a truck going out
of control last Sunday' on
,the Rue du Magasin d

.Many Port-au-Prince "citi-
ens including Your Report-
- have been puzzled by an
unexplained phenomenon of
Ihe tourist season. When-
iver a boat docks or a plane
lands there is a small brigade
bf men lying in wait to ap-
Aproach the visitors with out-
itretched hands. Somec are
sporting blue uniforms with
3Fed braid and others' are be-
dilecked in whites' with red
and blue decor.

2' The inspiration for the
"niform is apparent ... the
.l6vation Army. And ap-
parently that is what the
'earers hope the tourists
?Will take them for But
|),our Reporter was not satis-

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the truck crash,
to sign the dec-

garage Lxplosion

A few minutes before
noon Friday, a sudden explo-
sion shook the Franck Mar-
ktin building on the Place
Geffrard ... and what seem-
ed to be all of down town
Port-au-Prince immediately
streamed'to the scene todis-
c6ver a tragic sight ... the
mangled body of mechanic
Joseph Jn Baptiste flung in
ithe garage corner as a result
of an exploding ,druqi which
went up through the roof
and came to rest a few feet
away from the office win-
dow of R. E. Landrin.
There were no witnesses
ito give an exact account of
what took place. i Joe was
working alone on a routine
greasing of a small green
(Continued on Page 3)

: The vehicle, owned by E.
Bayard, was., being driven
at a fast clip by' chauffeur'
Raymond Guerrier when he
lost control of the steering
wheel near the vicinity of
the slaughter house. The
truck swerved to the left and
crashed into the gallery of
"the howe of M. Cedoine, an
iron worker. Five persons
in .the house were victims of
the freak accident. Nineteen-
year-old Elda Larose'died !n-
(Continued on rage .)

Its Tuesday night pro-
gramme at the Casernes Des- '-_ .;"
salines was enthusiastically f yo looking fo -&
.received by a large audience .inan-who ~nia -. .:
including President and Ma- ,".
dame Magloire. Maestro D- a ersby nominatl usade ,
(Contiued. onPage2) by nominate G&org, (3-e ,
(Coninued o Page 2) jens. The 35-earld
ance agent is so earnef ,:
REAL SERVICE convinced that each fafm i ,
needs the kind of piotectio 'j
Last week President Paul offered by his policies thaj r
Magloire received a large he regards himself 00 4.
crate about'the size of a trea- a social welfare. wov&r drta
sure chest. from the Fire- a businessman.
stone plat, in Hamilton-, On- His ability in the bus in.:b
tario. An d sure enough world should comeipfatca K4
there was a treasure within however, being tj e s.hrS
... five rare 890 x 15 heavy the -late Frederic Gae 5ir
duty white wall super-bal- who not only was .
loon .tires for the new Pre- known in commerclat ci
sideatial limousine. but also served for
You could almost consider years as president rf 'thefVx-
thermt objets d'art as far as clusive Bellevue Club..
rarity goes. And like tmobt Young George .g'ew up
(Continued on Page 10) bursting with initiative -...
i so "much so that he wvasn'c
willing just to ftikw is
(Continud on age 7)

Archeology Of
The Americas

A Lecture by Mr. Ksrt Fisher
at HIiti.n-Amaerica lstitute
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The truck which killed 3 pe rsons and injured 4 others
Sunday night .-.. legs of the ui'njured driver are seen
at left. I

, Friday evening, February
8, 1952, at the Haitian-Ame-
rican Institute, Mr. Kurt
Fisher, well known lfel
archeologist, businessman
and civic leader, will present
a lecture on the subject
uArcheoloev in the A ,M
(Continued on Page ")

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'Atraic scene ... one off the injured is
$Antoine Drioda, is seen being helped
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To Ti Shibly and Gros
Carl ... it HAPPENED.

Serge Gaillard and Lu-
cienne Elie will shortly dis-
close their wedding date.


Heavy Inventories


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N And you 'als6 save storage costs"
," says
Clipper Charlie

-The poor ant hasn' much choice in '
matter ..he has to store eway provisions
for the bleak days when, 'no fodd, is
available u't tre is no n6ed for the
an odern businessman to burden himself -r
i ith excess stock, to tie up his capital
. 'i.igb inveitories. '
: iKeep your .goods on the move' avoid
expensive warehousing charges, ord-,
just what h yu -need, just when you
i meed it By'pecifying "CliUppe Cargo' "
S' your order you know you can' avc '
dPiivey in a matter o f dais.

BY.. .- '..' t- s u h i 'a ni
-:>i paingmat e- 0fas ter delivyery nsOn quicker
c. gs el qt .. payments
Leu t o through d am age o e

Cll your local, PA office now. Re t fr cot analysis fem o
e xedt. p rifng .Ci oo C ooarg g..
?. Cip u 'o '. n a 'P 'o ,

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be. ..'-.. 'aa o u t.h shi '
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IStaribtors: aAITZ MOTORSa Grand Rue
Yo olnP'A' a a ry"" j t
ef pert, "'see -y ho Y too,, c a .. *payen b iy '
*A ""'ne prsiauW,- C/OD ,vn '

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Michel Dijean's tChorus
Gains Popularil,7
(Continued fror.'i Page 1)
jean was presented with a
huge bouquet ot flowers
from the t.,nef of State at
the close of the concert ...
a token of well-deserved ap-
High military, govern-
ment and diplomatic offi-
cials who attended the event
joined in the chorus of' bra-
voes for the Choir's rendi-
tion of popular and classical
Wednesday night the
group gave a concert at the
Rex Theatre ... its arrange-
ments of Haitian and Afri-
can songs were particularly
noteworthy. Director D"6-
jean should be also congra-
tulated on the treatment of
the Brahm's Lullaby which
was hummed by the 40-vo6ice
A full audience generous-
ly applauded, the debut of
the young colorature, Miss
Marcelle St. Leger, who
hopes to help organise Haiti's
first woman's glee, club in
the near future.
Mention should also be
made of two niale singers,
Jean Marie and Simeon Ben-
jam."n, who' featured in .the
'.Slave Dance.n Benjamin
drummed while Marie danc-
ed and sang.
, The Choir, which i&st re-
turned from an engagement
in Ciudad Truillo, contains
singers from all walks of
,life who gather together
3 trmes a week' to rehearse
their numbers. A fine con-
tr;bnitton to Haiti's cultural


A 'Haitian student ...
,Jacques Attgtiste. .. hias made
the All Americad afoot-,bal
team and his home town
fried, are mighty proud of
him.' Jacques was named
first-line left forward of
the all star team selected by
Members of. the National '
SSbcer Coaches Association
at their, tiree-day conven-
tion in the' United..States
last month. The star play-
ers were chosen from stu-
dents throughout the Ame-
ricas. -
Jaccjues, who is no'w stu-
dvine at the Rensseloer Poly
technic Institute in Tory,
New York, is the son
of Ren6 Max Auguste, own-

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er of the Librairie Nou-

The beautiful streamline
motor yacht that entered the
bay Wednesday didn't stay
long enough for us to read'
her name, but from shore
you coid spot the Liberian
flag she was flying. Her next
port of call is Foit Liberte.

Expected at the Riviera
Hptel this week-end is Mrs.'
Everett Kovler of Chicago,
Palm Beach and Cannes.
Mr. Kovler, the Hotel. pro-
prieror's cousin, id due the
following week-end. They
are the manufacturer of the
famous bonded& whiskey


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aintngis.a lf'eaier when you hav oo-
Central paints.to brubh o; Ther fine oils wieO themni

clear color evein6 a er rbrtie ather and service col..;'

editions. ,ormuhaa are *the: -reducttf te st scientfI
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TA PEDENT PREDICTS 500 ,,, dri and Sergile Dupont. The LoU of !, tied
URISTS FOR EAITI YE ALY ." .." 4 .DEAD, 4. INJURED" vehicle 'finally. cae to a ment, Judge Luis 'asstie
S"- .SUNDAY TRUCK SMASH .halt when -it sm h into and Greffier Innocent *ush-
C : on6,i frb6 Page ..n, ai bu take C rom Pag the wall of another e lo-. ed to the scene of the cras
Sfurtherstep to a he (C.nued fom Pag cated in- the back yard. and took' downi the tw
_ ,r -.. further.steups to tae the ,"
Guy I Oouyn dtditeccorof tourists, mortible once The. St Joseph and La. arny'of tho- Wotne s
turis,'a Albrt Svera. ,they *'omSe b Lantdiw faci- sta y.- Rymond Dors aline quarters were thrown ed.*the tragedy. They
ie al E h9st, w9re ,lidi6s hol i r'ovedfor vi and .'an'erce Fracois to mourning by the disas- that the accident w du.
Sohand.af teoI k tok ret ise sse rs. h S d _,ed' nda9'aig the .er which .is' now .under in- theeinexperence of the
Sin e'hcamen-r. Sun- Hospital. An'thtragedy iLt
M. Smmons:heh came mons 'sid. And he" added iYvestigatOn. Lehtlnantirftd feur00e" .
ashore r t10 6h. '.The triohat 4 i'nfdtmation ooth wheh a- am le DoTsinvil, '., '
'7 immedligteiy e t. mI a gov- e.qtipp.. wit all MvlWble . '_.
t. r nmn t 1imou ,.ine f g eq .h 0l d le ,passed away .in a state:
ramen~t limousine for a.p, trdrad on Hatishld be
I' ,, m. mou e o o a s _hock suffered whe9 shbe at"
*,. cDecouverten and then erecil pod the dock, ,s .f': h _r
le ,, .. -', sp cd~n t' I .. ..rved on e scene, of the,.
k ea ,fat, inspection to,.,. He adAdvied Haitian travel o
.. h t d r Madme Anto ie
,...of the Hatao hi otel fa hil tse ,agents, ad te national.'f- Do v
f rom JCen'scoff to Ihorla~nd fi ,6f et-rism -td'work o wh&, as. aso pre-
I h' -tha v nW c stop'at.Le Pe-. e 4hei- .E cJhhoit caon a .s. ... -. ..
.., .- -. '. , s differing .romii.i urt es. .
1'ichot" o o"i" ,. a .o iron out ,the. difficulties. s e f n e- : ." '
sTh e A sV Iesjdtnt fotnd hat p rng* .he floW'of.thdur-
e ,," "'.t rit ,-- .s ".- .t.m m s.s ited- n out o c-ontrol, catrome. A n -

.i qons 'si e.J i rs-,last t jfl .... Si "ii 's ..
,d'"..ja.6 .. .. ao... -" .'t-h.at ,Bermua. the 'smellthj ^lokrbqr shop owned by 4
"'- ".l ... LL we.... now Ba-iisth' island w, iic 'o--'',-tDo pTrh Coles, s ktigi b '
i se t hu-, a~:-d ,.S...tdf-l. .t ys to t usm t ma -? an to k rhd ,tao : atronsd n

.. ....t .bc:e is n and. host t.. 1s k ar aeslo o
"'0avesevra tvll ,seatar Mor (ondrsoed, f .whi i oMe do .arandyas i uri _n o . i .ts 6 mp
ht .'t're soq, H te in d. S a oa 'as l .. I e
v 0 ion a.'-,"t-i be il stageipnl i si t o u iristai develop i- w ist' o t .
Simmoi;0intais -'meat-- 39 s ago.. ..,e.-g" .. .,..I.

f.i pels- s ajnige ,. t0., fr.,.5t v. 2desd ..- oaing ews- T o-er-ore -er-or thel aEdSI a rose bS j the M

..r hn dsi -no etnoo k o, ...n. M r n. G w c ".. . .. .
,, ueri. -to co .h.ge te is netd t pl.aen hosto 100,- Ct arags edx p.ointal whe . , .. ., .
..i al. h,..' S-peg travelers aSo year at d Mr. (r om d ro, compr e .
a 'ofil'. o- aob;r l ga- ,Simn ans f oedels Mieti my ' e e 'e' '

.f tibelae. sf 'sAyte ih aturli ne-et ieoybeual boom espe- iNash ratomb ra on the l~ydlaut Tntin ue.tt- :
'*d bvercau ean i lluto ns a lit 'o* r -. '
f ',e, de.il., ch' lca, taly -with air transport be- fr hoist. A cmpetenc me IG3W- UoL
,tioon ostb is n'eu stsy .n stl. an- Ae1 ica . n c f s s. t e / :. t'.. - y,

a-'lassembly sof Hotel 1o-esar-ua rmin Hl Se to os f c a y on the gardge floor
-. i s- ..a u -eilso n e lexpeence "at te -,.'.' .
r o L !b : oh iti l epha pei o soe of .teel. 'h
s.'d," tha re t and beb n at a o te .m. d Frank Mawrn Ga hvs o. .4 -.e )e.n
.r. toida e ne Heitd :,e p othat the was kile d istandl when a' .
d he. ta i. t ub jcit- s s gen'ts. me .ing. ti s rced oe a.a e m
I at i fet po'ptt e can Siety Travel drum of oil a nd compressed . . c ,'

.ihn tleo is mola pu o lr. tsi c t 'ext ton sore 'an er cellent wh yc torea hole thne g- '- '

dotae onll in New York aup-, ", h) bifthay Mosday o had lef poenL
""se-n that-iopoit aid'ffoize os idrat o r du ait e.e o.- his ed. hoi.aroeof and no "
SSatr, 'aseed i : CA .a P- oen t it doors to these key rests on ther i f theo w
ss .i..oebl. f e t un -an es, r oul re.a"o mo ..,etNash-e..o.he:'.ad h
:" % mhe s a l.e.sted pou ist representatives for r tfouand in sod. soadit son ex"" o .-n
S' ..es. ai ots en' a an 6heapen touro ctpt for its missing top..
alar res*oer Hotel Di Hat 'Tie ASTA ha. |a .n fathe garage fo. ..
thoudi be th ot bep ribtal .stp ll sit Co. ',P.esldent M.gloire a-twisced piece of. steel. 'TheoA
-stqne d'd g tur- .Wednesa.. morning, flew purpose ths t the

...e o do'th C b'ban.'' ," .bac toA ,Miami' sday -- garage wasto hold A quan."-9 d..
'9o'Aor" :min..Ne".Y SStkb 'no pjan*e 's thdkayoff, -Wed-y qhof dd oil which. waste in" "- SH"S
S" ves. tI nd e A-ie uta it t." forcsoed re outina fin es toay b .. '.
h Hir 'uffeta G~oieraren- od ey E'the ',tO xfpr simrir mkoi a compress or a 2e1
ho iuastedlh, o .ag on- bods wlbng..:ita miWek- d.
ly exad 's, -to ii-po

abe.AS A res."doo "s taoIesoirstson thatop

ia tourist industry to an'&are agents Hi h
oasaemblyoeof AhenI owners,' inEHiould remain o 't a. wl. sh e,6
''nd'press and government on the map." "'" block away. The victim's old)'-
o.themf that publicity, is stdll -', ,vi51 .'c"e n an brokedow' ..
i," .Rhat' attract "- -ni oupoletelo 'at the sight of his' it"e "
wh'tis"eededto", '' nt nC ast ar 25g-year-old. unmarried It"n.L s C C
&hq tourist dollars, publicity ..'
-Mr. oi Y u served his birthday Moiday who had left his home ind Costs s
t iostates. . ped in on Adrien but it yas hours 'earlier in the best, ofb 20 cents a c :ey
The Haitian Government, igo early in the week for a spirits 'making plans for the9 ly
-in'he suggested, bhould not on- ,,bamboche.,,, week-end. a'nd 6ne e eee-eeeeeee- eeee m l 12'
O Ty "expand.ti6sy tourist pro-' '-:0:- .,,
r t Pic.:_ ter.,he hid"__________t______ __ r____i_,_, _.

,bgtr.at AeITDirecst oflatb Soeinet6Jee harod peert

'a. s. -.. VFr Information oee Aqenn ROBET E. sOY, Expo sifion Sdan No. 7 P.O. 3 ox 228. Tel. 2167


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The morning cQffee boys
came close to falling over
the La Belle Creole Soda
.fountain rail; when a tall
slim dark haired lady wear-
ing grey slacks appeared in
khe store below and spent
several hours buying records
... the boys argue that she
is either Russian or French,
tiayb~ Spanish. Not French-
Canhdian an'd certainly
worth a lot more than 500
-dollars. ,
S: E. Ludovic Chanc~l,
Anibasiador of France in
lathi returned from a month
lii Nafis, Friday.

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tijoseph report


When I read last Sunday in this family paper
Your scintillescent masterpiece of prose,
The aroiaa of your Sh ... anel overwhelmed me;
And paralysed the nerves of my poor nose.

Don't you know you ought to wear two diapers,
Evie time you use a nabty word like that.
But perhaps you are too sensitive to wear them,
And, therefore, always have to use your hat.

Es this the explanation of that odor
Which hangs, nimbus like, around your noble head,
Or is it that your brain is decomposing
And you don't yet realize it's dead ?

Seriously, Mr. Graysoh, I
thank you -for your offer of -T
'employment. However, I. r,
must refuse. The Editor of
Haiti Sun 'gave me a job
when I had no place to sleep.
Now he lets me sleep in his of
office. qnder the carpet with o
'the other bugs. I get enough H:
to eat from the garbage the .*h
Sanitary Service trucks bring
to fill uo the .waterfront. My tre
fuitue is secure. I can't leave ,
him. ode




mixes are the only

mixes that are realy S

fully prepared...
',eventhe cing is include i every can,

id nt, with te new tin canpacking, Mayflower Mixe
seach you at the peak of freshness ,

As' soon as the Carnival is Mfayiwer Contains-ll the Milk .and all the Eggs...i
rer, work will start on one Icdg, too. Goldeh Cake and .Chocolate I ahg; D
the major preparations for Food ad Vahila Icng;White Cake and Chocdlate Ed
aiti's big 150th birthday '-
lebration m 1954. Thei- AgelbS Frolif S.L. '
hamps de Mats will be g ,
insformed 'into a modern-
w park called the &Place .7
..lindependepco, a title D you liv n/under tht shadow
fcially conferred on it ""

yDo" y-knw diat y0o dug t 'e ia of R E A 2
rations. in 1904.
should ao, Mr. Grayson? rations in 190.
Join the Boy Scouts: With: Tlhousands of dollars will '" "''
your ability you would be bept ^ making, the new '
an Eagle Scout in no time. Place a fittig. memorial to
kAddthink of the docks yof'e Fathe of our country.
could sell tothe other. ,boys. p 1 ll'necessitater .
who have to geo up eary, -i laiing the pr tstmeas
the mornMg to to ich de trafc bule sds

S our little Atom'ser, Tpaths for strollers.Boe B
hen Jobseph statues of Toussaint,-Dessa
nihtPull he co wil, l Qbe. erected l op the

1952 OLYMPIC FAMES grounds and contorr stations .
Sover.y, u rbe provided for vis
S'Haiti has received its en- shrubs, sall "
I., graved invitation to, take oRelix ancis and .Geraid L
pat Yon. k the 1 to er, thslympcs Gbpra in hs white Cadillac '- -
which meanstrip to chilly sired famous Meicansin- .

Luckily' the gahes will be t.he hug (1Mexecan foatrewell)
d' r .,..l1 Pedro e them .e.wlO ,.ainIle-o I' .
wil b& e erec pted o the" i" . ,'---..y; 3.., ',"

Teresident of the Hai- good work. t Manufactured by Impirill Cheiltl < (IA' acita1
id teo- Hic Commi- o eew r '. . Distributors in aiti--TRANS W R.D":,
NOInicCm e N'-. .1 + -".'

Anidre6 Cheaier,;has not yet* .'
announced whether our Re-, - .
public wol'd compete in TE Oly at the largest ,ct, -'-
B nthe international sports meet. D a ME*liE t "
'Bt plans are weei under-d DORISMenND and IR-, ',:
way 'for Haiti to ., take part .1 .
A in anher phaof952he Olym Pa.ntal Bldg., Grand'Rue Phone 2684 "' '' '
c celebraon ... the nt ou will find the exquisite designs and superb quality INY
national 'Exhibion. whicf .. as well as he. Jambus ush and Sisal Bugs. These sam ods
.sprin. (Nhe' .4 te-P o. Yargas -farounS cms paid to t drives)

DING Italy is orgaes wzing ths '"or"ed to' thp most exclusive stores Ith oughout he U. S 1
sptn.u t. (o msonahe cp'a;nlv appreciaid their is i drivers). ::- ,,'
Sl ic ommitee,N.

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NDAY. EEBUARy 3rd1952,

Tbeho" Sis this sect .n
mwve hbe, checked 1by hAis

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S-and light to wear, o pleasure t "wah and iron.

'Whote, Black, Peach,, ETa-RXose,. Blue
White, Peach, Blue, Yellotw

m- Co.i w w elssloithslastad ee fsor 0 ourself.

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Latest Novel On Haiti

h-a- book aimed -at gwn4g
I e foreigner a better nder-
At kaUdiug pf Haiti and her

o Now on Sale al all,
', RBook Stores -
u:. is ,*

Authoress Madeleine Lagazyj
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Sunday 3rd Februaty at
6.15 p.m.
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I Ventriloquist
The famous boxing match.
.Monday at 6.15 p.m.
(in French)
Tuesday and Friday
at 6.15 and 8.30 p.m.

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thing wrong With this sen-
tence, but you know,,what I .f .- ...
mean). Marcel has a face,
like, every one. ese. That's
not right either. His face is
not like other, faces. It has.
angelfish quality that sets it
apart from 2the ordinary
faces you pass on, the streets .
daily, and see .in t4e mirror
every time you shave or pu5t
on your lipstick. .-A '
I can't say that it is unique MW--,,-.
because it is vaguely 'remini-

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Two microbes were float-
ing around in the atmos-
phere of Port-au-Prince look
ing for a place to settle
down. They stopped in
front of the doorway of an
attractive building almost
opposite. Coles grocery store
on Lalue, and looked in at
the gleaming white tiles,
shining chromium fixtures,
and the rows of sparkling
S What a lovely place to
infect, said the groom.
"Yes, said the bride.
"And just think of the bil-
lions of children we could
raise in there.n,
Another microbe, floating
on-a slightly higher level
dropped down beside them,.
'I couldn't help overhearing
your conversation he said.
"So let me give you a little
advice. If you want'to ra'se
a family, leave here quick.
This is the. Red Rose Iar'rv.
If you go in there they'll
sterilize you.,,

I once- .wrote that, there.
ws practically nothing to,
Marcel Gentil but a few
'bones and a brain. This state
ment -contained a grave
commission. (There is some..


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scent of the gargoyles that
border the Cathedral of No-
tre Dame, and of the seven
dwarfs in the movie Snow
White. Yet it has, at times,
traces of the nobility that
characterized the features of
Abraham Lincoln, and often
a flash of the strength' and
grandeur of Rodin's Le Pen-
seu'r. It all depends on
what he is thinking about
at the moment.
Perhaps you wonder ,to
what all this is leading up.
I won't keep- you in sus-
pense. The fact is that Mar-
cel is human, like most of
us. He has had his dreams
of being a glamour boy, tall,
dashing a n d handsome.
"Even as you or I. How do
I know? His niece from
Paris told me.
SThe ocher-evening he was -
telling' her some' absurd sto-
ries about me.which he had.
invented just tq tease her.
Unaware that he was joking.
she became indignant, ,and
said, aIf Mr. Grant was,
here you would never say
such things about him; Mar-
cel, you are, two faced>
Marcel replied, with infi-
nite sadness in his: voice
"You are wrong, my dear. If
I had another face, do jou
think I would be wearing
this one ?, ..' . .,
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Name your favorite-" will bring o0
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LtPaI ,, ,,theh, y ,p,,t the very b.ps
kadth,, hazvenade-
"tDry t4efint name in I n listening
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Archeology Oi
The Americas
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cas.- Mr. Fisher will illus-
trate his discussion with col-
oured slides from his private
collection. The programme
will also include an educa-
tional film on the same gen-
eral subject.

This lecture is the first in
a series of two which Mr.
Fisher is presenting to Port-
au-Prince audiences on the
interesting archeology of our
part of the' .world- In: this
first lecture he will discuss'
fthe fascinating archeology
of the various civilizations
of South, Central and North
America. In -the ecoqd0,'
which will be held at the In- ;
sritut Francais on February
12, he will continue by pre-
senting more detailed as-
pects of Caribbean and HaL
tian archeology.

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FLASH LIGHT PERSONALITY e, e-ee ee e e..e.e
OFrNTH EK 9Intrudu AW43h.
'-by Choly Pookerbokp .. (.Coatmed om Page 1) |CI. InSrodu '1e ONSU.

... father's footsteps. He pock-
Haitian 'were informed Habana to break gangster- eced a degree from the Law
Sable 0te death of Cu ism law was absolved by School In Port au Ptince
h "nillloan e Benito Reme rpurt lst week. then set out for the States
.. Through our Cuban -:0:- 'to study Public Administra-
krespondent we have, ob- New acquisition of Ali tion under, an Internationalt
ined mqe information for Ihan's rotative haiem is Education Scholarship.
pbenIefit of our readers', called Anita La .onde. She After his return from a
bito, Congressman, 'was is a peach. Argentine ... L y abroad he put his new
Lot .by a traffic policemanj Ronde is her family nam&eari.,_ into practice in the
st because of I. a ticket, nd iad nothing to do with Deartment Ariculture.
is car was badly parked). iLa Ronde, piCture you saw Later he spent a year in the -
.ptb4tes, he left, 140 at late Montparnasse .Ci- office of the Brandt Bro-
,s.of which 108 are plant nema. hersand in Jan 11 Performance! Economy! Comfort, Beauty!
Ki pinqapple. He was also -:0:-r- he found what appears to be( IME 19.A '
owner of 2 sugar mills, 1 When I arrived, for the his true hiche. He joined the' T I ." .
rteurized. milk pant, and first tme- in N. Y.. every oldest established Insurance .
;cotld. cash he.had eight American was wearing- an firm in Haiti, the Sun Life *HE-CONSULisacaryouicande-
jliqe in the bank. Moral% overcoat. I was at the be- Assurane Company 'of Can-i ped on for evolutionary ceet n ditiews, and the cent
..h.story : D.n't get ex- ginning a .little nervous as ada. c Oer- S ne OV : igane seatin s..
Bd.when they ticket-you. -each time I looked at a an, packedwith power, and the steering eu
.. , leaning against a frame door, -As we said before George and' braking give you immediate. HE cONsU ais'eW
m .a-.. Cab,- .. covered under. his *square set about convincing Port and sensitive redpohse at all -times. a Itowrli
epace- Cabane Chou-,shouldered overcoat and his a-rincianhey should pro THE CONUL is built for comfort . u "na.,
pne. The hiti Singer Pe- hat filled down over his-ide o the ~'fture with all ron^t its new dedent ie e
Sargas. The super de- eyes, r believed he'was a.G- the fervor of ain evangelist. springing and built-in shock absor- n buil t pr
.hit. Our wonder friend mad. A good New Yorker .His ambition is to place a bears assure smooth'ridng in difficult -
',Ma-rtin who makes such never stop to sneeze and 1,000 dollar' policy with a '- FI i d .c- : d M L .'L'
od inouction on the 'cough all year around. At each family in the .ounn- AcuFOmD r-educ : .Man9i .GE rHB.
Rc. 0Don Pedro person- the -Opier' I could not hear -.. and last October9 Sole Distributors LUCIANI & BE$'MANm'
W..at ~Iny friends;sug- the soprano as 75 per cent he had sucS an outstanding Tel. 2124
:J.e post of Director of the-. audience started to selling record that he' waskeeeee meea e.
.I.P for dr. Marm, cougli at the same time. made a inember of the, fam-
S t--0.- .e least at Port-au-Prince mo- ous -Macauly Clubs con- co N j. A i_ AY ?
f ou' thrnk it over, in Vies' matinees the only per- training the names of the sta G OI*s .. A''
or. years hief of. sos whotcoughs are 'cha- salesmen-of the Sun-Life or- WFEN nE WAY.
asS pn of .uOrdre de Malted peronss when they catch ganization which ist one of E ,-i ,'.
hibe d"ieDean of Diplo- .motions they don't-like. the biggest insurance firms -
ati.Corp.ip. i ti as.dip- -:O-" -r nt the world.
,t*s, stay generally no 'This week's -ads in Hai- George gives his boss, Mr.
ngfr.li.an.ttwo.'years inithe' ian newspaper offering, 500 Rony Chenet, much of the .
i-s; '0,rd*e de 1$alta, ,dollars .to, anyone who can credit for his fervor and his-
a."..iarY, title and/tli-.' h '1 p ti&ce. a, beautiful business- success. He has
iot changed. So Ame.,d French -' Canadian girl ...l earned a lot from the Sun-
cad Ambassador. will never ewho would take the 500 Life District Supervisor, who I .s. cn. as6
rve a'chance for the .DIan's dollars, spid a prominent sold him his first policy sev-
b. citizen looking the ad" en years ago. -
Rilght or wrog? over.
You are l ght right read.- -:0.- George finds that the in-
Fs: it's.,wrong. surance business swallows up ,
:n. Haiti' add generally, his time to such .an extent *
ie' "Dean of. Diplomatic HOUSE FOR SALE that he has no hobbies. But WALtER B131AtLI de/ar&Iufor ;-
orps is always the Vatican when he is not .rushing "-
,presentative,. so please A, modern home located about seeking to protect ---------
a't worry for the Ambas- at Desprez with two bath- other families, you will Seek Out This Chicken Fars And'. You ..1.

AM rooms, our bedrooms, one
.-:o::- closed porch,.a large gallery,
.Ftom Petionville they in. living and dining rooms,
Mned us that French Insti. gaz.ge, an4 wine cellar, de-
eD'irector, cQ.ui cloe taqhed servants' quarters, up
Simson B. ILand'l a td date: ki*hei and pantry,
yandou~aboott.enw .j, selling at 14,000 dollars, A
-;bthe Police' '.pti"- fair price for a fine home
P p. t.ig i, ri.. c- such; as it is. See sHaiti
it'- car a.':,- ,Sun-'
ltirves his own'car apqd
i i wheel he is' what they A VENDRE
11 i' Creble, a. ,Tete Mar-
au. Une-belle table de salle A
?, -:O- manger avec six chaises une
EfStst Henmmingway, fami-' desserte- une vitrine. TOI&-
Swrites accused' in. phoner- 7421.

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tind him happily ensconced
with his own ... a son Phil-
lip and daughter Marie-
Louise (all covered) and his
pretty wife, the former Su-
sanne Delva, whom he mar-
ried four years ago.

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for persons wishing ,to, stay
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Tel: 7175.
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Dr.'Georges Castera's corn
fortable and completely me-,
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nic is It your service. Tebi
up-to-date clinic is located-.
in the same building as the
Pharmacy Castera, opposlt
the Telegraph and 'Tele
phone .Building. Call 2131.

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TUESDAY and FRIDAY aDancing,.

AMMA oment I0
Under the same Management :- World-famed singer

Ted. Roosevelt A.LERTO ERTRAmND
to sing at the CASINO '
Wishes to advise his many friends and the General da patio
Public that the 1 ,,. Sunday '

y K Entrance 1 dollar (the oe
S THE 4REFUGEn IS NOW OPEN dollar entrance also entitie
Syou to a chance of winai4n
a prize fri-omn the. even.i4
,I 1 raffle. Prizes for men
SThe REFUGE completely rejuvenated is now equipped women ,
orretp an Amusementgano'en.e..
with Electricity, Hot and Cold running water etc. Can Amusement and ene
be reached over an excellent road in any tpe of car. ft ments galoe.. |
S, MOsic by, Orchestra

) .At 5,700 feet the tRBEFUGEy ic TOPS. cs- o A
9 the a AlberA Bernr
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--:0:- 14 lovely bridesmaids dress-
1t and.Mrs. Victor Bou- '.d in blue, white and pink
I hw off on -a trip to lea4 the wedding procession
YStates and Venezuela .f Miss Antoniine Dejean and
wee ,Raymond Bouchereau -from
.--,' -:0:- '"the Dejean home in Rue
Ig 'Oliver Heath, soI. Sad'e 'oehr to the Sacred
bHeath of the U.S.,Air, Heart Church. The- bride in
i. cefebrated histbirth- a beautiful white wedding
his residentcelhurs- gown #ith a long train was
ath a Hot Dog .roast escorted by her uncle, 'her
says folks had father Dr. Dejean is away in
time than the kids- Venezula, and the groom
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Denise Rouzier, secretary
\at the Haitian American In-
stitute', will celebrate her
birthday, anniversary Friday


nations.. The bridesmaids match of international .fla-
and flower girls were, dress- vour last week ... was defi-
ed in blue with white bou- niitely a walk-away victory
quets. the boys were dressed for- Architect Robert Baus-
'in 'white' satin suits. The san. He beat New'Rochelle
bridegroom looked distin- N. Y. Architect Lee Perry
gushed and proud. The 6-1,- 6-2. "Mr. Perry 'return-
maid .of honour was 'Mrs. ed ,t6 designing rwigwams
Margron, aunt of -the -groom 'for goose's- bridles last
and the bride's cousin Mr. wedk-end.
Gerard Vital was best man. -:0:- -
The' newly weds are mak- Greta de Catalogne arriv-
ing their 'home ?h Tureeau ed froth the aCap last week
next to the Willy Frisch end and took up her duties
mason. at the Ibo Lele this week.
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Mrs. Eric Metii left 'the
hospital this week-end and
returned to Plantation Dau-
phin in good health.
Thursday next is Lu-
cienne Roy's birthday.

Tcamous since 4862

Ted Roosevelt reports' at
4 a.m. Wednesday the tem-
perature up at Le Refuge
was 42 degs.. Not much dif-
ference from city temp.
Mrs. Carl Martin celebrat-
ed her f&te Tuesday, with a
family dinner party at their.
home in Rulle Riviere.
The ,Cochonade in Ken-
scoff today is in honour of
Jean Clesca who is celebrat-
ing his birthday.

lar: Tuesday knight
dances ethe 'The.
among last Tuesd&74sl"
makers were DrA.t .
Elie V'iard, Mr. I
Wlly risch,- Mr. an..lt
-Jean -de Lespinasse, Mr.
Mrs. -Dan Aflen, SeOat.ft4
Mrs. Louis oie,,'
Weinets and h's b*otboeiS&
Mr. and Mp. Andte ie &
mas, Mr. and Mrs. BWLV.e1
mas, MW. and Mrs.
Tatamas and Mr. and .Mrs
There was a visitor froa
Wilmnnpntbn.4 Delaware,
trude W;tbeck, here t
Ibo 'ele for two weeks ..
everyone' who had the -I
our of. meeting. her
that she was a ;eooM es
hone to hee h'er hack o*.-
longer vacation. .-ertrmuf
executive .seretarv Of.
Dunnnt- Wheelwrieht,
men-rnned ravhe, her ,$E,
-rn hi be -inherested in
4a<"t'an 'Art movement i;
&he is a patron of the arts.

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'' '. , .. :Shartly- to be decorated Eng Montas is leaving to- -:0 -
Se Mre with the wOrdre National day, to return to New. York Mtrs. Rosalie Ojt
-.l(, ,, Honneur etiMerite- is Max and her position as secretary. to offer ,a- to'.":
**..,' .. '.. k Bissainthei "director-of the. of the Haitian Consulate. in party d.e.ia.AI
'l' Republic's libraries., New York. Miss Montas Thorland Intermin?'6 l
.. --:0::--' was-here for a month's vaca- :0:-'.
SLouis J. Noison chef de tion. ., Pigs galote t
,., Service des Archives dua-S' 6 -,):- .this morng ;...a
nat, flew to New York on ,'Setting dut this week-en4 chbnad
.. an official Mission Saturday. to hike from Furcy. to Jac- i e .. .
S, --:0:- mel are two.young visitors,,. thslie "' da
James Stewart of Naiional frgm New Edgland, Dr. Har, feastaia
and Mrs. 'Edonard Pe- N.C.O. (Henri Pereira of Airlines )spent three days in rie R.- Chaiberlin and his i Sbh JnC-.scI
E celebrated 24 years 'of the 'Haitian Air Force left Port ,this week. Squired a- wife. bert taat a n
ied lif& Thursday, k and for Mexico Friday t6'study round by the Fergusons dur- -:0:- .W otey .' '
*P apa Peloux celbrit. advanced\aero mechanics. ling his stay, he'look9d to be Mr. Charles T. Evans 0:--. .
Birthday anniversary. --':- on vacation -, no-official dropped into port with an a Huse g t of Ainba
.Pa have set a fine Married Wednesday at he; vi.t. -'other thirty member "Re- ,dor ada Ms i'.qwsd
f or heir three Sacre Coeur were famous lo- -:0:- .port Airline, cruise -party ...TLravrktUs a wee
terq who will marry cal artist and poster designed Engaged Mr. Douglas last Saturday. They took off .been "' .TA iz. fOa"is.
i . Lafond and Miss Lorette De- aBustern Crawford of Rich- 'ifter a four day stop over puny, is sta",,-Se
0:- jean.,. mond,,. Va., 'to Miss Anita and Will return each week of Siatt.of-, Eatin. Win
IMaiyor Jean, Rigaud --:0:--'- Fong Sanm. The wedding wiih the same a*nount of pas Affairs,h .
.ied his- charm- ,'Oi the evening of .the -will take place after Buster sepgers to.- contaue for the dy a-I -
e .Georgettt, left for -28th HIilda Williams edqe- gets accustomedd to local next two. months. en in his'ha o.ur.
daysy lrida this berated her 'birthday wiih a Chow mein. Best man anid --:0:- hasss i nce.
Mr. Ri'd'. .t-ihamb6che and belle ,g a .ulner-up will be Messrs. PastorC. D. D.Kendrick of the An aor J
roMian is official busi teau in Petiontille. Guy Brown and J. F. Thomp 'the Bapiste Church is off to Travers u
|namely, 'to do with' ::- so; the UCap, this week-end to Mr., Mai ati-la
Gas.. Arthur. Vincent, -an old marrymore than a. dozen returned to-DtC.
O itity.. hereabouts c'ele-, --:0:- 'couples 'after much feting.,
e Gagneron ended, rates his birthday Tresday. Hand a cable to Pierre -:0:- ., -
itwo* "months vacation --:0:- Roy and he'll jump at least Following closelyr. ii'jils .Ai f iiatt
aSted twelve Fr days Eddy.Larco returned Sun- two feet ... he's expecting brother's fodtsteps'-isGeiard .house Iday.pveing 4
ed to the States; day from four days of" busi- news from Mexico City, any Ld Bouchereau who behane Was 1 'char Ang'
.aneron. 'fler via ness, in San Juan. Eddy- is minute now of the arrival of .engaged this week to Miss party.
4 S0 P Angeles, CdIZ- full of.business. beinA the his- son-in-heir. Ghislaine Sioen.- -
, vounuest of the bottling -:0:--. Dr. and Mr.
r .. .Larco Bhrothers. A \ large I gathering of ,Tuesday was Moe Sager's" Telemqe gaveSe. 9ab
..,,.., Ma.... t ... friends and relatives filled birthday and -the knights iSeo4-IOd.vivier,
ire-Mangt flew -:p:- the Sacre Coeur Church in of the round tabld threw a leaving honest
fflVNt orday 'to .TiiBrit back .t&'Bellan- Tkigeau- Tuesday -evening -.arty in his honour at the he fai'tv for M ico
"het duties of Secre- ds'-soundruck after, .asti-ato witness 'the marriage of Savoy ... which lasted till a farewell paity Sa
,the itian Embassy with Hakime's company new 'Mi s s Marianne (Yanne) past. 3 a.m. evening... ,
*k, as* .mobile' noise box. .. Voigt to Daniel (Dadou) -:0:- "' '-:0:-.
. --:0:- Sendral. It'was a aa picture The .surprise:- or: for Dod- Arres informed
:Iti6 wasMrf ad Cl r, ne Mogody 're- to. behold that stirred -the' Mrs. Marcej -Villard 'wlien lard this evening 'bat .Ti,
.e ..ana's firth wed- tutnedl"from Miamif earlierr hearts.of all the young and she returns from.Paris in day-he is.leavi 'for C
1,aimnversary. .A large- this week. old abriseurs present. The March. is that daughter Ma- Trujillo, San Jan,.}.
-4ro- friendsarrived at bride wore a gorgeous white rie Therese is engaged 'to bone-chillidg Modtleal -
fDana residence it eight. -:Oc- gown of embroidered or,, Jacnlel coffee man' Jean Vi- prdcises to returti nesa
.the evening equipped Thursday evening at 5.30 gandy *ith a huge train, tatl. member,.
a'l "hie-neceanses for a th traffic ceased,along 'the and a flowered ckalotten -:0:- -:.r- '.
psunprise party'. It end- Rue' Sacre Coeur and the in- with a short veil and car- The Beachcomber stubbed Gaiety "d enyjojiee
lnthe wee hours a terfi- habitants were treated to a ried a b6ucruet of white car- his toe again ... That tennis the first degree at

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PHEpL'AATION UNDERWAY FOR CARNIVAL 1952 ter him. The one who finds
(Continued from Page 1) him first makes him her
0. uprisonern for the day, par-
SAajor boost for our tourist 'bonfire which climaxes the adding through the city in a
-;ndustry but .also, go down three-day celebration. But victory march. What kingly
in' the animals' of Port-au- this year Mayor Nelaton duty would be more accept-
Princians as-one of the bang- Camille announces the king able?
up events of local history. (rill be of flesh and blood. There will be 10 queens
To American visitors, the Since in the old days portly in all, four from the Capital.
Sannual. Haitian fun fdstivral citizens were always picked They will be chosen .by a
~will. probably-- resemble, a to inipersonate His Majesty, committee of newspaper re-
cross between. Sadie Haw-, the Sun has been nosing presentarives from L'Action,
kins Day (made famous. by about in search of w'ell-pad- La Democratie and, Le Ma-
; 41 Capp's man catching ded candidates and we can Vn, who will pick a girl to
Dogpatch lassies) and yearly think of none more suitable represent the North, South
hi-jinks staged Aih New Or- han .Gerard Perry, Shibly and Eastern zones of Port-
S plans. But unlike the Mardi' Talamas, lean Clesca or au-Prir.ce las well as the
-Gras in the Louisiana Capi-, Count Zorli., Workers' City. The cities of
i a, there will be'only one Gonaives, Cap Haitien,
S'- arriival- KCing and.. many Whoever is chosen will Cayes, Port de P.ix, Jacm. .

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rarities they have quite a
history behind them. When
the shiny new Imperial
Chrysler'was bought for the
use of our Chief of State it
didn't have the white wall
tires' traditionally used on&
presidential cars. A search
for them was made in v'ain.
Finally, the tiie hunters went
to Vic Lampson, local Fire-
stone manager, for aid. He
contacted his head office apd
the search for the white walls
Was extended. throughout
the United States and Can-
'ada ... all in.vain.' .

To get your money's wu/oit
.of the things in the phrwm4
ceutical line you wish to bhu
Call at ,

If we do not hate the .ex
,thing-you are 'looking for.
we'll get it for you im a -if
Patronize out Drug St' o
You'll feel at home with"
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ens.. whose job it will: have quite a pleasant task anu .erem cAt this point the export
to .chase and.'captire ahead of him. Each after- asked to select queens.to take mmanater for the company, .N
, noon at two o'clock he will part in the festivities M' Vaughan.' wrote a'let-
ort he .pat deade or so, set out through the streets It's plain there wll be no t to Mr. aymond rFire- 2
img'hasoeen a u omyf Port au- Prince and lack. of beautiful belles to tgne briefing him- on the 'CA
venently onstructeof -promptly at 2.15 ai bevy of rate the floats in the big situation. He considered the ,ib-A -
"... dbnsruct of omptly at 2.5 .fMardi Gras parade. The Ca-.ong tradition P1d-hij""
6hustible materials which- beautiful- queens willriount .Mari Gras Pamon The Ca- tradition o hii com- Eq
i be B.ihraed i'.tbhe huge their chariots and streak af- s'no were among the.f rst to Pany int provia1ne u clients,
, 'I, "ew., .. .. . ner their 'floats and other with their needs, luhs the re- "
i **& ..' .. l'bus ness houses and organi- commendatio. of Vic Lamp-
S. nation are. ureedto make on. and sent a n ordir to the
:. 4. '" their formal entries as soon Hamilton. olant. Assembly,
W .as possible.. The best-decor- ti es were'halted and aspe- Staney G.afrern.on
ated vehicle w11 b6 awarded ciRL rin was 'mac' to prO- tit n reason .rred
"Va or;ze and. numerous other 4: .-leamt wh ; t own fromNew York.
- prizess will be given includ- r'es F, o then walere ,ing vary chficin teed, c
:. ** -*'** '.. ., aing awards for original. o the 'ttame Mrs. Graysoniol
Smasques etc. n 5' .sid'ent rereporter-- returning toi-
; fe'sent .to L'bea for, i was lije returning .hom
-.. .. '. One of the highlights of the, new.. esidenpal car ,of th tempea i J
This year's, competition' will that- Republic. ,; City was degiee*es
be a special, prize, for the : f, lew Sout. '
best new aineringues- in the That's what you call sert '-:: '.
Carniyalv Spirit. O6 .the vice-!.
*-KIR..fL- \.S 'Champ de Mars Sunday Feb- -
ary 17th, the viarious' jazn i n '"c eilbahds.il atro"..tk
.." ....C '" bahds-wilH.l gather to take -a'ad : 1. ee a :..,::
S parrin whd't proti s to .be3 r
c a cord jive.session. : WN' ,- J .UP(

The.climnak of the-Mardi:-:
G ras takes place the folot-,, ,
g -Tiiuesday eveitng wheni -
the ing, queens another .
.inembers of thie offihcil party, .
C Ce .
bokd Captain Ace's yatht S
'for: a sail- altig the water-

burning the king will'follow ecdadd a p*k snmi b

worill ree .U~. ieChsty6pe atr-
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BEACrCOMBER, the garage. Neither car was Haiti says the group who
'The i staff of Firestone of- insured. ask (or donations foni tdur. -
$ered a dinner party at Le -, 'ists hIas. NO CONNECTION
Perchoit Thursday evening Is It A' Worly Cause;? with official Salvation Army
i farewell 'departing ,staff (Continued from Page. 1) units herq. (which, inciden-
Iember Lilian. Dtviver (4 fied with *a mre reseqib- Itally, are more interested in
with the Company) lance. He peeed.at the let- helping people than in ask-
who flies to Mexico with her teririg around the cap of one ing for aid).
family next week-ehd. The' of the, uniformed, men, and If 'the, uniformed men who
patty continued down at the found that it read cArm6e stand w it h outstretched
Casino International after du Christ., hands are.' operating under
the high altitude dinner. He was offered a docu- false pretense, wiefeel. they
,those present were; Fire- thent with th` mark of a should be exposed. There are
tone Manager and his charm home made stamp affixed too many worthy causes in
tig,wife Mrs. Vic Lampson, 'bearing the following words "Haiti for charity appeals to
Ur. andMrs. Max Duvivier, ind typographical errors: be made for ulterior motives.
I&. Jean '*ael, Suz6te D&- .The Evangilical We feel- an investigation\ Th
jean .Mr. and M'r.' George Christ *Mission wouid be in order. the
Ardher, Guy Barjon. and Established 'i Port-au- 60
ily Lemiaire. Prince Haiti e BEACHCOMBER . eil
S.. :0.. Nould appreciate very th
Mr. Fred S. Shimmer ohe, much any and every kiid of ,F ,These are hectic days of vi
thlargest.US.impiorters good .work of Christ in the enjoyable entertaining for ta
th. ie CalebElliots ... Wednes- co
4 tidn Mahogksiy ware, world. Please rive shat you a e thy dn
Sther-i-aw ter can.. day evening they offered a
.. delightful"cocktail party at
e is iere-o two Thank you very much delightful c ail party a
SIpe Ikatdon. Mr. Schim-' Rev. Carrie Guillaume. 9iair home the oRamparts,
swhise motto'is ... tcthere When asked who the Rev.. to hodour stock holders acd
ghould.. always be something Guillaume was, the unif boardof directors ofHasco .....
mi i.- ' an'h" "e "m
new for the customers ... is ed gentleman murmered and thee have bee nuer
spending his vacation at his- The Salvation A r my -.. ous other frel intr hdn
brither-in-law's factory ex.- When asked his activis, he our this past week, and they
pienmenting with a dozen answered, aCollcting mo- are to cpntnue though to
diffe nt bleaching methods ney., When asked what the next: ;
..' designs and ways to im- money was for,: .he replied, :0 '
prove the. mahogany husi-. To buy musical instru- Hdre to ltouchez les dv-
ess. knednts for the bands. ... dend la asco are Mr
S. 0:- whereuponn he offered You and, Mrs. Fair, the Cark
SEder Cassagnol and sister. Reporter a postcard showing brothers, Mr Miller, Mr.-

kga; re anduniform ch Mrw SniOloG
tiga. were' diving ,to town a. group of band musiciansM ..... John -
S- i *Benjamin Senior, and
_ay in brother Paul's in the same uniform he was M. W E. B a an Ro U
uittik-- they had been up wearing. Mrs.W.E.BenaminandRo-
o Chatelet des Fleurs to buy When asked who was in ger Benjamin Junior,. Ma-l
flowers and reserve the ho- charge of the money coilec- damt Grossler and Mr.Paul
suit ,Williams. Numerous boardt
,neymoon. suite -.----Olga was, tion he,' answered Captain s
io marry Wednesday at St. Jack' and wrote the. name meetings and ftes were held
ei-tre, tos.,Fuedriqu9 afEg~6etn.dp a piece of paper. in thber honour this past
stidtenly turning a corner in He further- volunteered the week.
Laboule they smashed head information (under pressure) :0: '
opn, into f; grey Ford, driven that the headquarters of the After years, of regularly
by.Mr. Bouzi, coming in. the ,organization,, were up near blue sky prescribed by all
opposite.direction. Both cars Fort- National. our tourist folders, along
were intle -middle of the No amount of enquiring comes te Atomic bomb
"road arid lady luck' smiled could explain the purpose' of and days of freak, cold, over$
down once again' The lady the group, who belongs to it cast and rainy weather ... "
passengers in le ach h car or why its members are al- lal experts pointed an ac-.
cracked heads against the lowed to operate, so freely causing finger this week-endf -
vinadow shields and: shatter-. among the tourists. and pronounced the. pre
'the unbreakable glass. But we did -find one -defi- sence of the Atomic bomb ash
--the cause for the disturbing
b'obdy was seriously hurr, nite bit of information. Cap the cause for the disturbng
ah late i the afternoon the, tam Jacques Egger, the lead- weather mbs s
utks were towed away to er of the Salvation Army inst trade
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SE RCH FOR al MISN a fishing 9 trp ith he hs- r a
BEUYis the disappearance of a 21- band near Miami, Florida.
year-old French Canadian This w'eek police in Port-
One of. the iost puzzling Jbide who vanished without au-Prince were asked to joini
mysteries of the New Year a trace A.month ago while o' in the international search
for the petite Montreal beau I M*- -Aparel
ty contest winner who has
not been, seen since 10 p.m. suits,
January 4th, when she left
her husband fishing on a
bridge 'While she Went to
change he' clothes in their Freeman Shoes
car parked nearby.
At the moment of her dis- Adam VIs
appearanceshe was wearing
blue jeans, a white blouse,
and a green or dark blu-
sweater. A. number, of per-
ons reported seeing a wan-
dering beauty who could
havehe issing 21-
A year-olad Hugette I)aougt-
Lemay, but so far all leads'
have vi deepened the MY s-
terv. She is 5 feet I inch 7
tall, weighs 105 Pounds and ESATET
has blue -eyes with light
chestnut hair., And 'Pretfiest FabriAi

local Business-man Wsgerie
'Encourages Sport, Accessories,
Our pulic-spirited laun-
drynan, Jimmy Pliritop has'echPrue
gieRHiti's favourite sport 6hr
anewv boost by offering two
sq21 -yvr-old Hugette Dao-zst-Lenrray, 506 -dol-' tohe ob wfddec
sae offered for her discovery _', You are asked to eon- ,year to the highest scoring
Aat.Police Headquarters if youv know,- any information foodtball player and- his
will lead, to the where houtso hi on lady.' tam
SJimmny: t'old theu Fotbael
Federation he woud t7ro
1HOLAN INERATOAL CLUB vide',a large silver 'rophy,
dicotated by the figure oi
an Olympic soccer player t0
beprdsented, to the top scoA
qiin theRFF.H.'or-a' period la
re ~ ~~Of, one year. The Cup .ill Cnn d
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