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SUNDAY AIRIL 22 ND.
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Detroit Industialist Visits Port
Aboard Home-made SteelShip
That good-looking black
painted yacht that's been an-
chored in the harbour this THE POSSIBILIr
past week, is perhaps one of IN THE FIELD
the most fabulous unique
and luxurious vessels afloat MINERALOGY 1
the. Sea.questern arrived he- THIS COUNTRY
re Thursday at 7 p. m. with
, Walter Carey,, daughter Joe A history of the e
Anne and three freshman tion of our mines of
girl-frienids from the. I. Uni- will take us 'back 'tc
"versity of Michigain. The 'Around that time, tv
aSEAQUESTERn made St- lo.gists of American
Marc. its first Haitian Port .nlity unidertook some
of .ca.ll early Thursday mor: of prospecting of the-
nig .A Ater.sighk~eping they in different parts of tt
.we. ..ed a.icoi at 3 pin. try.But those first pi
d eamed i .. Por- wishing to make mo6
..'rinE4. hou- ;ater. -Cajey ,a na. ,v larbr..
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POST OFFICE MOVES TO EXPOSITI(
The most engaging news the new modern building in
item this week-or so it see- the Exposition.
med to this newspaper was There was no big corn-
the transfer of the Postal dej ing out party- or christen
apartment from the old pre-- ing of-the new building, the
mises on the Grand Rue to switch over went along
OF THE W
Here is the short '956gra-
phy of a man 'Hiti does* not.
yet know but recetitly ar
rived, Majoi J. Newtn' Cox
Corps of Engihners JJSA,."
Officer in charge, Hati Pro,
ject Inter American' Geode-.
tic Surrey, gives one'thieim- .
pression-that he will be -.odn
heard from not only froi '
th professional side' of 1i
life but from the sporm~ -e
side. .- -
Is M ior..C x, seems to ha-
v :doted .t enqtiyf. -f ,
fl.C' .. .. lit a -s',.. .a -.i~ l. n te li ;.th .:-o I1 .r : 3'' G : '.'..: ,A"4 .' '..ut :.IJ.UL[,.L. CL-,-...CU:..
....IU~a N "L.. .LC..... .. i "[ I 'M.."=: .. .... .. .. dr- -. LU SJ L ....J" '"_r" "' .r .. "
"-oap -a ''is'.ia However, Me-Gio 3' "" .
1me tra ijf
of Coznnkirt~iaI CaWcer CCt ~,p~xigtht (l Nj4~
-_doCin&1iie wer rono 10ttt'. 4 n
However, MA.'$I n.r.' Gio"'df"h':"" t'""d '"mo"d ig.
Bae.Lines. The former is dani dertook bout the ef e
une-no abu th "i" '. <4~:.. ""or a te't nder" x" M"rdi ''
Ai bf the United States lar ne period soie siaila.. 1119rin. Marylkad, Bimo-.
w"rksUi' was a wase aloin'onberadof theQmi
g sielf auld ma I-aes works a ithe .Grande vi re, Malor Cox gduatLid
A sef-made man Mr Cae N0id, bt ing t. 1940 fr6fin the Ui tvesit --
worked his way through col lack of capital, could no .Maryland Cvwith a B ....
Jege by. playing ina .band. pursue this works."It was a :. C ..,. ..... :g
he SEAQUESTERn is mq hat time that two hnest During his college days he
re thah a private yacht She countrymen t Jules Banc was a mber ofte. On
is also a research experiment anJ. Louis Jr. relying in DtaKippa tonal
of the University of Michi- aon,".B L rct n (coj
on their connections abroad .;' .. ..o# e ., .. .". .
gan's naval'. architecture de- and thei reputation manad0- .
and 'tbei5 reputation manap _____________________.
apartment. Carey was assis- ged to get some capitalists.
ted.in designing the yacht from New York interested t ldUMrl IM st .
byProf. I. A. Baier of'the in their undertaking; a- ere
University- and a young na- mong the latter we Ar eVs .H.
-%,iat architect.' e MIlV..
val architect.' b quote : Felix Kramaisky; Postmaster General Georges. 'v (above) bopes "to add RADM Milton .E. Miles&:.
The essel was built on President of the ,East India ay iprovenents to the present Postal system. USNavy, Director Pan Me '
Carey's estate, Poker Ridge (continued "on page 10), .. I rican Affairs and USNdavi:.
near Bermingham Micha- Missions, Navy Depai
gan approximately- .25 miles
ga-f approximately. 25 miles smoothly aind there was not and Senior Naval Deegp.. e
tfrom the nearest navigable one single complaint regard to the Inter-American D ;;
water. The transportatio9 of ing mail delay. There we- fense Board, is now Pg
,~oat to the water-way re complaints naturally, in a ten weeks'tour of LAtin-A '
created a sensation and it dealing with the public the- merica. Leaving Wising- :
stifl remains a topic of con- I re must be complaints, but ton D. C. 17 February 1951 '
versation' i. that prt of the in this case the -complaints the Navy Director of Pan,
world today. When the 2 did not fall on-deaf ears, the American Affairs will afer '
year project was completed complainers found the em- with military and, i offi
house-movers did the job of ployees up to the Postmas- daials in Brazil, Uruguay, Ar
transporting the 62 ft, boat ter general himself readily -gentiia, Chile, Bolivia, Pe-'.,
to the water. disposed to explain this ru, Ecuador Colomblia,. Ye
The ,Seaquestern is powe and rectify that. Those nezuela, Puerto-Rico, 'Cu.
red by, two 265 horsepower 'few aomplaints'seemed to be and Haiti. He-will e
diesels which giye her a speed in regard to the new Post Port-au-Prince frn 'A
-of 11 knots.. -She is. equipped Po'a-rne60-P
-of II knots. She is equipped boxes, whichnow open to a 24 to April 26, .: ;'-.
with the most modern na- vwo number combination During his -toink atia '
val devices known to scien- .the- new Post Office has o- America Admi ia M
ce. These finder,. vices include 'a. ver a thousand boxes the will inspect .U. S. Naa l
Depth-finder,. RCA Radar the Misons ins .' area. He
and a Radio Telephone with His Excellency Prdside t Maglore visittn .. ) ons, i. are 3)
(continued on page 2) qSHEMSA mines at Grantde R ivire du Nord. (coi o pe 3) a _
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.HAITI SUN* SUNDAY APRIL 22 ND.
etr oit Industriast visits t... Personality...
tinued from page 1) surprisIngly -spacious state- (continued from *'r )
a, 3,000-mile range, a, long roomswih.4 baths.The sta-
i stance radio-finder a Dod- terooms are aicon ioned hi rateity,
e -built gyro compass .tha atndeach con ar ai rsbip rate rnt -
y c -. the U. S. Government electric fanawas aft .
:' .000, sold as surplus for connected pye dom i a I o mle t
'".". 7.-' Avon' tafi p1d IRolle :. "
S Twelve hundred gallons galley the s yac all enc4 r
S: after ,pgn 2.500 -gallons The Sea pern #so c i hi0cmission r
4 1d oil carried m boasts a piano. Care sapd
.y .. .sd Officers Reserve Corps. n w .i.
A' ,... between Ithe double he hopes to install a televi.
halls. There are ten different asion set soon.
S There are tIe daffert esion set soon. a His short life as a civilian
systems, .ba d ma. the party flew back to was spent as a Civil Engin-
-.abmi .has a bath tub. Be- the States Saturday after- I never from 1940 to 1941,with
Sase he likely a trip\n a noon after sightseeing and the Pennsylvania Railroad.
g-m boat. ig Fl.ori- purchasing souvenirs of Port Along camethe war and he
rey.3had special l pla- pu-Prince ,was.called to ,active servi-
st- nd .. made a regular The Crew : Sexton 0.. B ce, as an infantry officer th ey" ar
.' ark of the stern, yoi may NetAler skipper, a grand old at first gave h'izi the job of
yyake out. e se 'bot- -Swedish (now American) instructing recruits at an' ;n
Ion at a:depth of 50 feet. .
Sj... hi: le,, he esai or with 40 year of seati-. -ntry training center. He
e -hle '.,the, a eQuester
tn.0p ( o..af l s.. me mostly square-rig behind then attended a course mo *
t,;- floa 'ig scientific' him- Hin lockwood from dcr.n weapons at Fort Benn-:
oratory having a pile Kentucky is chief engmeer ing, Georgia, after which'
s,;cs .and apparatus .to and he pride fully keeps his he bocaine instructor of phy
~.-.-. formation for a re1. -nge room as dean as a scal training at an infantry U TO
s 6 room as c as a .ORUP-10 .55% N
W4'._jJ ,,X Sic A .Unver-
j, asd 32]
.W.r, i.y o .f. s ,. a a ) S with aMaor ,b closeS
15.,, I. Athefl etise of s..he .term k ,;ad .... o. ....n..af
a.U... th ea I curse.w o rtsof foroin ..947 he was"o g an .dva', of *K T
A:h 2 f l e l a a Nr"O- O."n J on'
.'a.- i. al in atand an" a vr-
T L; SKID AN LES ""d.
.. ?,i'A i- .lfl,.tIKU n ut cloajes MIjgC. j.11 A_ lze #,-A..lh A Z N
Stsea unale $W *a ti bele- .'
w a. VA... buIe/ t prlu .oRa
deW e ". r dn ~R s .
le 1Rt.4qpceqn. nd oceined
A>Cl' rqwaey p roeffaioa
V'usYu 0."ouE. a jec
v. Pan J A ei oe sc
.v. oegulier par rapid, i 4ib... 'Ma orha
I. -n4 a. c 1arbed rmany military Ba- .tr
rI ts 'r
,Trpvaeroueraberpnasi. Kminst,se i.rruaoed in band to band
p roeisee reguone sor;aon-lit
.Cliper-pourPrsoe, ,ba .pne e and .ar
udres. Vous. pauvo.z igaeement pi..er.and hirst-
serdo Pamcnoae, a tenis chapion t Uwyour
-, M 'n vyga en m~riqne da pd opce' gav~e exhi~iidonm o 'oma'oseaA -,o.
t ei,-De Ariq-uy ls hoars -h.er light hea- A.'n tr al arnt
R.. A -ft II .. .. G.IN A
SCon.pe T.i o plus to iDns- t R
nes mm Cotjn. -tuu ...... Pdv
j Vramre-igne-intara- iW .daat or -Cox i mar- W 94e o
.0 -.t rlAeuac d, Voyages oa ., ayne a 1. The ,aami a
Mrriwe i i hi
,' ROYAL PAIR -- King I Ft
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4' Pads, ..-.
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SNA API1H __HTISNPage 3
l Inside the.new .Post office
Sffiash-trays. (waste-paper bas-
Post Office,.. "kets are on order).
(continued from page 1) The move piay be consi-.
o1 d'd P o st Office dered the introduction to the
S ad only 500) a number of vast improvement program
merchants thought ill of the, Postmaster General Georges
idea of the boy collecting Roy intends to make in the
v Khe mail, as if they dismis-, present postal service.,
sed him he could still carry Amnong the many impro-
on..collecting the mail, but vemdnts that Postmaster Roy(
S' e have.. been has down on his agenda for'
ad v 'ised th at the the modernizing of the pre-
combination can be changed .sent Postal system are : to'
S on request every hour if establish branch Post Offi-
Sneed be. The boxes are in ce, around the city (at least
l -three sizes. small medium nine,) Special delivery :
and large-cost a year-: 8:00 Postal money orders : etc.
and large ones $5:00 Postmaster 'Roy was for
The'liew ujltIa modern' 22 years in the Contkibut-
butiang that is .now ions, 10 of those 'years he
th e' Post Office, can 3be.com- spent in charge- of the Inter
pared to. (ina corresponding nal Revenue, department,
si0ze) te ide st 7' world .and he was responsible for
SAmirao.diooned by e off ..of the reforms that
-phore and enhrQ43reeze k r -.e'e Co
-the building i l nd D S &i Iias' aii effi' Co
-and the various department client tax Office. Sincere'and
S-appeAr -to6 have plenty of, enthusiastic about his work
space to work in, throu- the Postmaster general has
SI ghbut_ the. entire Post Office' set. out to crusade to as near
S at short intervals are placed to his goal as his small, bud
S three feet high sand filled get will allow. -
ge- ill flow
Admiral Miles Arrives Here
(continued from. page 1) occupied.-erritory ard help-
4will be accarmpanied by Mrs ing to drive the inemy from
3vf. E. MILES, and his aide China.
LT. G.- W. BECK, Jr. USN
, Admiral MILES first join. "Friendship' Project, as it
.ed the U. -S. Navy. in. 1947. was first called, began in the A.
He is a graduate of'the U. S. first few weeks after the at-
Naval. Academy at Annapo tack on Pearl Harbor, 7-De
lis, Maryland, and holds, in cember 1941. Officially tit-
addition, a Master of Scien- led the ,Sino-American Co-
ce degree from Columbia U operative Organizationn or DEFROSTED-"Deep Freeze"
nivqrsity, New York. ; .SACOf, it contained units recently sat up for the first time
During World .War II of the U. S. Navy and the since being brought to a Chicago
Hospital FebruaTy 8. When ad-
Admiral MILES was. Corn- National Military Council emitted, she ad d body tempera-
mander of the U. S. Naval of China, working in the; lure of 64 degrees, the lbwest
-iane rhe r ,o Cin 'wri ever recorded. Surgeons'-had to
Wip-4 n China. His Group Common interest of the Chi amputate her feet, ankles, and
worked, in close harmony nese Central Goyernment all fingers, except her lef! thumb.
with the Chinese, gather- and the U. S. Navy in thebI L--
jng information in Japanese! occupied terriotry and help-'
war against Japan. General,
Tai Li was appointed Direc
tor and RADM MILES was
appointed !Deputy Director
In perfect agreement, Chi
na and the United States ope
rated what was probably the
most closely integrated al-
lied organization to have
surmounted the language
barrier. Chinese and Amer-;
icah personal lived, wor-
ked, and fought side by si-
de, knowing that they were
the only source of essential
intelligence in China. SACO
units set up weather, corn-
munications, and intelligen-
ce stations all the way from I
the borders of Indo-China
-to the north reaches of the
Gobi Desert, with a concen-
tration of activity along the
China Coast behind the north
south Japanese lines.
For his services in China
Admiral MILES was' awar-
ded the Distinguished Ser-
vice Medal and the Legion
of Merit with an Oak Leaf
Cluster in lieu of a. Second
award of the Legion of Me-
Following .the. end of
World War II Admiral MI-
LES held several other corn
matids prior to his ,assign-
ment tbduty as Director,
Pan American Affairs and
U. S. Nalal. Missions,, Navy
Department, on April. 28
.. ..'- & .'. .' ,;. .
"BARE" EMOTION-It was a "sad farewell for 14-yeawerldi
Herta Clausen and her, partner Jackie, a 550-pound SyrianaM',
as they parted recently in Chicago. Herta plays the,partl.of
Goldilocks in the Shrine Circus, but Jackie has outgrown his role]
in theact; The bear was'sent to the Racine, Wise., Zoo whiM hlJ
can'idle away his time thinking of his acting days. --
TRAVEL DIRECT TO MIAMI BY
I" lnepes Next Sailing -date: April 24 SSNuevo Do inicano
SLuxuriously Information see Agent l
Without a Luggage Problem Robert E. Roy *
Exposition stand No. 7 P. 0 Box 228 Tel. 2167. L_,
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SUNDAY APRIL 15I-H
HEY, DADDY!-Marine SgL. William Dubbs came flym inkg hoie
to St. Louis and literally swept his waiting wife-off her-feet.sBByrr
now, six-year-old Billy and two-year-old Nancy Dubbs'a. lb
greeted their daddy, but.as this picture was shot, the tots.'iIqLU
hard time getting hisgattentio .. -.
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FEAtURES A NIGHTLY
thei rankils of the man
'aTtni ie t ihaii uri pean civ that are cu
o4a ew rentlya wliizi arpun
4 o ~. ...
"a'! the on VAGABO'NDS
pe. i ra ti te i
'o ioi Five little vagbonds w
re arrested' this week for a
Ss ..: tem ptng to set fire and fo
t lsstetate sli d o
'CLi Sw ttone at B hO h
--, a. _._ravaItae3li '
.i- W Fd three attempts to bs r
m s, e house, using pine fag&
B. b m (fii. B pin)- thy made h1ol
in' the side se the woodn
S JSINESS hse and enideavoured t
ie wo is. at pre- throw the lighted abois pin
M .rashuington with into the holes. As this wa
t allt accounts will unsuccessful they retired t
e eive -a new banana a distance and. threw stone
.The vagabonds will go be
:t|__ ___ fore the court this. week en
Jt "xS. it is likely that they will b
S 1 ,." f P Bo sentenced to reform school
.pt enly4xsshown a.pt the BACK TO WORK
`..'KLaIot;arnasse an Italianj The work of 1'utting the
.1ilm with a French dialogue old Cathedral back into sh
out sai: to be worth while p e was begun again thi
DAN 'ERROR, .
oe io l':Bank is said An announcement this
ti Federation Chance and n6t the Nati
ia Nmich bettirand nal Folklore Troupe that so
Sgrand-stand at. Parc' red outstanding success Sii
V day April 8 at the Cherry
xxx Blossom. Festival.. held in
RiktaiaO "HE it. Washington D. C.
"italian=Fiatn, a bro- The troupe under the di
S M. looks to-thie French reaction of. Mathon Blanche
.lt, has not been lef; attended the annual Festiva
ou t auto picture here. held in Washington on an
Arr.aenents are .bi g ;ma invitation extended the Hai
de sdas this little midget may tan .Government.
HE NEW Bamboche Room
cois Georges replied to -vi
Najac in behalf of the Go
vernment and said that the
Government agreed to the
various projects and they we
re satisfied that al'argent du
S, JASS people retourne au peupl
(THE DRINKS AIE THE BEST A consequence of an int
& CHEAPEST IN TOWN) continued on Page 11
drtdi4 f6lk tere mighty
'haY. in ..lden times when
"a revolution coincidd with
Sthe. mango season. One
young fellow I the name
of ti Merilan just couldn't
await the slow process of'
Ly 'die ripening of the mango|
r- an d:its fall to the ground
id all juicy and ripe., Monday,
at 5:30 r. m, This 20 year
old& macaque' choosing one
of the most respectable ordl
mango tree in town, on Ave
e- rue Magny climbed ouit to
t-one of ier lkden limbs
tr when. Mother Nature who
o0 ojeced' to this chap raping
e tihe i, tree of its. green.
f uit intervened ... and
down sailed Ti Merilan who
ts broke fhis crown and left
s former accompanying hini
was the branch he was rest-
o ing: on r- a while later, the
" ambulance arrived and trans.
s ported. Ti Merilan to the
o General Hospital, where he
's is recovering nicely.
e Last Monday was the
1. 20th anniversary of the 4Lo
terie d l'Etat Haitien,,"'
e which was fori-ided back .in
a L931 .by. Messrs. Ed. Esteve
s and Raphael Irouard. The
present. Director of the Lo-
:tery Mr._Elie Najac, organic
zed on this occasion a remar
S'kably fine commemoration
F.eremony which was under
N~ e patrpgage of His; ExceL-
i lenicy Pauln E. Maploire, aad
4ith the Minister of Fina- h
ScMr. PFaiiei.s Georges as
i guest of h6nor.
y Mr.. Najac, an excelleai.
n orator. emphasized. the fif.e
qualities and work of JPrsi
. dent Magloire. The Govern-
t ment .was represented by
1 the Minister of Interior H.
a E. Arsene Magloire accom-
. panied by an officer of the
Military House. the Minister.
of Justice H. E. Montferrier
Pierre, the Minister of Na-
tional Education Dr. Camil-
le Lh6risson, the President
of the Chamber of Deputies
Mr. Adelphin Telson, 'the
President of the Tribunal of
Cassation M. Nemours
Pierre-Louis and other poli
tical and commercial per-
sonages. After a champagne
toast and the presentation of
gifts to the founders of the
Lottery. Mr. Najac conti-
nued in a speech to describe
the ambitious projects and
improvements that the pre
sent administration has em-
barked on. Minister Fran-
lI .N.EW a "
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weigh on a Yale Industrial Dial Scale. The dear-cut dial
chart and sharp pointer eliminate point-of-view differences
-sa time and errors. And the precision accuracy of the
long-life MAGNETROL mechanism assures "on the nose"
we ing that saves materials and money.
igh ... count ... batch... measure; ;. te-there's
a Yale Load King Scale to do the job.
Capacities range u to 60,000 lbs., de-
pending on type. For practical help in
solving your weighing problems, phone J
or write us today. We'll have a man call
on yaou o'talk it over.
T Vale Por4te
a" of nmaytypp.
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Fill in; a) brand name anj type number of your radio ,
,b) year of purchase of your radio set : if you ha-
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Al ft. M ias '59 p M. soN sh
bggis e pse etypes the b ~rs 14 a04 2. P. Ai,
N S N4 .- if n oiN A \ N 4 A N/
Shop p s e dal Soip'enir' shops skay. opieu
thioe userchandise. ,s ofrg fys e~ .
good .qu ~ g4 p0d Bqg pp484.s, os
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PA ELr OF THE ANT~l5
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......IN LOCAL HANDICRAFT WORK Haiti's leading deo s
"CosImebn, by'Dr. Payot an vPrs
(Loidated on he corner of ued MgsnelEt
and FrnsFr )Tel. 2724.
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P4ie; Arm 5:00 SKIRTS.'N44
Mexican Mataidors et All-Time RRecord 'o.
For ohe Days Bull Kifd;ig a
S.. Most bullfighters, like most time to ap.eri mthe re"dr seemed to please the crowd I
bulls,, find one bullfight a tar .Afternoon corridan, After ;the efburth bull, one na
day -quite' enough."-A mata- .Fhen go on, to the last fight' of Arruza's kness was brui- v
Sdoir usually kills two bulls in:. capulco that night. sed and swollen., and. Sanos' m
:. in the course of an afternoon, Go to Acapulco -! Trou- right'leg; gored by a b' ill 1
'. t M'exico last 'eek, fop iia ble began in -Mexicq City, as earlier iii the year, had go-
tadors Carlos Arruza. and soqn as the traditidoal parade ne numb. After the .fifth,
. Mtanolo' dos Santos set out of performers set but,, across Santos took an injectibn.of
,to -fight three: ,corridas in ,the arena. Knowinwmg the pri- Coramine to- stimulate 'his b
three widely separated cities ces the matadors-,were. gett- heart and Arruza had a I
- ahid to kil ten' bulls each ;ing (,i., 84for Arruza, a sug o.f brandy. A picador -A
Sfo. ndo alltime record for one' Mexican, and.88,092 'for the and a abanderillerod of
'. .' I Po-tuguese, Santos), th6e big- their fighting team went to
S:.' tad. a bi their" yc -aficcioados,-were de the infirmary for a-few drafts.
Stasi "Mexico .-Ciy, where- termined that they should of .oxygen. The qcorrida_ en
-u ^ enmplaned, after a light fight as ifthis wpre too be ded- shortly before 6' and, "
ofd .toas, their onlyerformanceof ,still in -their glittering,
... .'ftore'ia,' 135 miles iway the day. As tle -two. mata- sweat-stained fighting cost
.. ,: : "mes, the.,group, sped ,out .to th
.... .. u e airport arid boarded .a 'Rs
special pjane for Acapilco. ov
.Nev'iers Again! nbSlightly to
refreshed by rest, massage
and .change of costume --en
Sr minutes late, drove to the
Sareia" and wearily plodded
out'runder its' floodlights to.
begin l ovei' gain: In spi-
fe of paiTh, '-wearinesss' arid
increasingly sihicrt 'tempeis,by
,11:15 both fighters had tied
'e rec6id of.. ninfe bulls .i
pne day;, established in Spain
.b the "" iunmmoital, Rafael
S1 G(s Guerrjta ) Guerra 56
H..BULL-Car a lo., a:ecby set' w bid yeara,ago. The two tie-break
ar ;re.iirgJ bulls -were big, brpve
O FeI ie k zug and fast Santos bandied hxh
M"l 'I. int% "r in Acapuo.-
..dq "into ;aninmaI's shoulosih inoderddy i vl Arruzafd
,.- "avi-d hvh'-:jotting hi.- knee, strqaighite .
.. 'ed up add handled his.as
o%.fthe bu-riL gs 10. drs appeared, a' group oif. weree the.first of the day
i OOOthe:w e empty for dte ro6ters in the cheap, -su hy T. wildly. cheering crowi
Sight, but the "to- seats' began 'shouting,; "Ra- awarded him. an ear,
Handily. dispatch eros iyanse a Acapulco! In 1312h lidurs, 'the :two
h'each b ,1:'30.They j(Go .. rtb Acapulco, you fighters 'had made bullfight
W hotel fort:a sb'- crooks). history and earned between-
i cd-.fdebelow Though both men fotight them :a totalof $35.028 :$12 B
bo tie caital i well, nothing they could do 485 for Santos and $22,543
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It has been many years Grass- (Mc-Graw-Hil $3). of deWlaq humor. His ,
since I have read *Spoon Ri With wit and charm she le was to reveal. an imp ccak
I'AntbQlOgy) but I was had tpld the story of a ble fact and tien tickle y.o'i
eied o It the" other blc sheep anid the- people .with a caustic or astonished
cle M ,
i tht wh1lie reading apovel heknow,.I 1 effew'tli,2ovell fodothee.
al ooney. is a series of .:neettes ~h isthe style he has.
The -nbrel (Appleton-Cen with each chapter devoted followed in uThe *Decline 2
utiy-Crofts. .$3.50) is the 'to the relationship of the and Fall of Prictically Xive-
-work of William Brown Me black sheep with -another rybd (Holt, '3.) Add n...
ony and it is a, fine evoca- per.oti. amiising book it- is. I-All
ion of the, meaning 'of a And in te end you ha- tory. is iMi Cuppy's yst?
sidall to*-' v-e. a vivid picture of. English aiid he ranges over most of4
The scene -is paper New '. T.-ODAY I.
Yprk State6ai the 'hero, SMTHS -' k 'ARTIST
SMooney s, improba- Of ever one hundred A: G
by.n 'h: -udrtkr Nen'.. .. o s
bl enough, .'an, undertake mericans,one is enrally, people do not
Twaians~ne aspaedjmi-h .z
Mooney is drunk, philo. rd th hi of Mark. Twatia as a,'
sopher and ca talyit and I consos. li terary a Davison who w the Fir prize i "
fo n i sple.did. .You leN Smith ", i a ge tre d'Art veerens contest,, (voting
S I s be story of G (hol d blic whooattended their Arc exhibiioyieser hi
tihes m l. bt.oo toouh be a rousing hit. .paidoltte f itaentio to form. ing the prize, an American edition f c
S odoldo. it .ther It causes Smith (H. Allen) w Gladys Bellamy, i from Airican Pub Affai officer
ad, ht ii laying out for b he pain at his clan has excellent critic has- written Peters watches on.
-". .ea.-'- boo~. '.M ark Twain 'as' a .... .......'...... .
n ever roduc a pope or Litar tAnis.tp ( eri tei Ar e"-
bescall. .o in thral Ihe president though one ad'itleao Atte Pntio ve ri
ing.'Dig a grai've Mooney ,at the latter. It alBeo disturbs 4rh T, ( h, l eslhi
Aondd o lt, wmd you. unIove Smith (H. Allen) thar ,t18 a osi t -as Cup muc ms
humandlife ,- Smith"die every day thacn'cos lite qry cran
e yx'ii critie thas- othe 4 b 'a believed.
I .'ho!mhr New his .l as is r ng oe raI
,: udng1iit:' t prostu'uEhat- pnae Smith (Wil. o an .
em ther t k ,oni t at nis 1e l and eve renrt thuthat I'
of. ."l nuh ;r',,netkr eian~ni ae mt", Oklahoay Peopess 45 J.ot
-a, h Moe-'b is dtm.i"by ph i#o- i ie4tdhey r.S world's h 'a ..,-ac t' review- it -atr.Jo...onl' sel-cleaing.si. .o "ore--mprhensie.mb.:.o.t
Jt, f me hq b, rold (Ay se od ad a s iadxtespc o:rtrg ta
ny" Tiher 'd "l Iand' that an other Smith s(Al .nre Howvrk. 'If o like d At" es v
e 'isoo htaeedat hene 'andbe J.Dis a one-armsed pepper Twaino and ll first-ate cri
there, '. '~ipini ar. rn behne. iim o'I wan tolo' 2 I. I o e.tS pte: n.,
S woeeun..here 1. bate, greed,, People Named Smit he" ths ou nte thook rB.
e vy, love; beauty, uugliness isn't qu.ie as zany ps some
S cowardice brayerY. The of H. Allen Seoiit's other
ean- of small, tow, A.er a books but it's fun, neverth- -
a beats min' thes pages ele-rss rc eAmIo
I "NGS'S BPOTSELLNRS BESTSE"LERS
: .' 6dd '-.Elh'd-:_ you..' .. ,e. Smit (H auses Smi that 18 ll
SL I... PR I NT ING. COL OR WORKbe ,_,,n..,
dd.how. novelists 0u- If an chat h is an .aOFFSET boo NTING ,,MOR wOi Eug.ne Chavis winner of Secdnd prize i ~,-:.-
een discovering the Revo-; book about the cost of writ- edEeerNoc fwch at tk CRenteros n saw' on. the. eingt
""utionary War fighting in tng' bestsellers es TEL ONE2278 Aopi-l a6t the Cte 8 -r sh.. on ." :"e"in
South of late. Florette Parki.s6n Kyes She has e
S Henri's "Kings's Mountain" produced 17 novels and mo- !
(Doubleday, '$3) 'is the latest re than half: of them have r W.as-a_ tnuch mo-.
and, though it uns rather hit h e the Jac pot.
"'hvily to bullets and bo- Now in "The. Cost" of
soms, its a .. gr than fair a bestsell ers (Messper, 2)
evening of entertainment. she has written 'a little (126.i
The story centers around pages) book, which tells you and
that pivotal bile on the what it means in labor and ".
Sthat rises from the Ca- sacrifice to be a bestselling
rolina plains and which, e- auR 'thor. m' o .
eventually, led to the surrey.'' Mainly' te cost has
der of Cornwallis at York- been in drudgery, loneliness
S town. a the painful y ars of appren
er.There's -agedhunk of pa ticeship and -'.ill health .occa-,
trioh. dr.ed Reece McDer- ioned by overwork.
mott" who' carries both the Quite f rankly,' Mrs. Keyes
r-onantic and "the ideologi'. Wrote to make money. since
cal ball and asniart, hand noting she ever wrote rei first-rate cri
:some bal'carsier he is. motel reser. bled literature
.The financial- rewards, ap-wantto k
-BLACK SHEEP .parently, have keen great. cc N
For an engaging' and de- OpeNENERALS HAVE NOHINnS ON HIM-ThathSrgeaninto this book.. Bn e,
British lice, brap T oiH- Allen Smithsuppy s other' a 'a
heart of smal owv n Amer-. books wut it's fu6s, neverth- .. h po
Dckeass.. ri,these pages, "on less. o
PAOTO ENGV AIq
&.'i "':,:.IKINGS'S'MOUNTAIN,. BESTSELLERS.,-"'.- ..,
..Odd~hw novelists. have- -If anybody; could Mrt .. OFSE PITN.-.0O"0R .EqneChvswneofeodprz.eg ,- ,f' -
:-, ,,-'been discovering the. Revo-, boo about AtheC NE cos of !; t- ; ......."
N!, Lltionary War fighting idi ing'bestsellers it is Frances took pfa'ce at the Centers 83 A-rt shoQw on .the. 99 A.:,
eyes. ofa'~t flt.ForreTLPOE s April 16t'h. '. R:L
":uth., of lear'K te.' Mountain, Parkiqs6n Keys" She has W f .'.'. .,: "
.6nisc~ngsMutinpro0duced 17 novels and mo- ""' :':" ''
1"-.: (DoubledayJ'3).-is the latest re than hiitff- of them hae ...:'-. '
'""" and, rung t ~s rather "hit the jackpot.
V) "- heavily to bullets and bo- Now- in ,,The. Cost" of
i-.. oeit is a be xr-than fair a bestseller,) (Messper, $22),-
::. evening of entertainment. she has written'a little 0126
y .' h t centers around pages) book. which tells you
i.'""that' pivotal b~ittle on thie what it means in labor and
isr-.. M that rises from the Cai--sacrifice to b~e a -bestselIling
r. I olina plains and which, 6- afithor. 0
". mentally, led to the surren-'[ Mainly, the ccost- has'
;...i dei" of Cornwallis at York-Ibeen in drudgery, loneliness!
; town. the painful years of appren
J..'.,her "s a huge hunk of paI ticeship) and ,ill health .occa-
"+...,/. .tr~o nmd Reece McDer-. ri oned bv, overwork., ee~
.motf, who' carries' both the_, Quite frankly, Mrs. Keys
3% '-trnatc n the delg- Wroie to make money. sincei
.' ..5.': cal' -bal'l -anda-a s art band-- nothifig she ever wrote re-Z.
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-i;_ .,T#a years course in chem- land.
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Pqglell- artist lis orp rest in the vaiuswr;nti
wie f omnca Igya Qgen roup, at iO 01: atn f pelpu Ca*,p*d41
.~~~6a dnGaga apapHliivd ipn bdSnd- Gikle R~y celebraied-her, p .11 '&:5 8' i.
GA >4~1 al rv t seR, i I '- _
no~arivelis~ok.4pt gekday gon at pre- b ay anniversary FrrGradti
M age .piggilay s at.ah'ei # e
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wag ai the peig o : yi Hiff r Vincent d-t6r114- Bureau At.at9 m
ageitite-fre sics he h y s ai btiiPic ltay Gini Tre chapl g h
Mrs. Roger Duret who is ex of i. Nati'ia CKice 6fafter being away iti. Mimra Technical gxdunds,! zs -n
iia,i at the St. Fran- WrPTP4 Mtr. Roe AsSc DlffY&dttreewd8 i ivision o h
gois~lgs do -osel: bat. Ka'ii~ie co 4ibijd business alid tetIhs sistant. Eic
D4phm and her Aru~ 6dip.G arrived-' in .9 y Trinity, Cath
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Sorry a 9 4 PMAiphgo a. to.tto houi Poefoi1Pad' iwwhid6 Aher 4:9 a.m.Is
sidel garette hal,_ d ,te : ". -.11-. .1-x1o1e O en nasds h a- 700a :M s
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J& de for#, W yg .at th aiysie 1s x
mornang. dente, DeXade Jg Newe Hn on a shr Youn ihe alinEhnylae
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harde ... :,_ cing, thegoea ter-AyriTh can Missio an-, Mo a iteone returined thiswe k Seric at7tha .
wis cala anhywihdHitarvd i 8 V2 fthos as thre. month-.s theal
te tripof Ga eelorges. Dae- onek.rieAiiyhiabucn
haa.y the fome Miss bab rl
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fLoui tHil Righboorabr ale Rand' -Byrton, othe rvlMslnwt f ln
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age 10 "HAITI SUNo SUNDAY APRIL 15TH: A'
The Possibilitiet.o The Late Ernie Bevin : Reincarnation of John Bull... said 'TIME"
J1... a... -.*n n*` 7 ; : ,
f Incorporation* through Mr Born to bitter Proverty in mhand for sixpence a week a reincarnation of .John Bull Fbreigr Office employees
- Fred Zechandelaar, mana- 1881,big bluff ough Ernie and promptly struck for When Schoolmaster Attree's al overtohe o sg & 4M:
- ger of that society.. Bevin. Ernie (not. even at higher wages. The strike Socialism supplanted Aris- pence apiece t sejid ,ie
S oIt is at Fouquet S hilf, a-' Whitehall would anyone ha failed. Ernie was firqd. Soon toctat Chuchi4l's Toryism, a parting git .(a inah.4y
I Bout four kilometers from ve thought of calling him Er afterward he got another it/was Ernie rather than any' desk and Worcester dinner
Sthe-Grande-Riviere du;Nord nest) had once been a. dray- job at a shilling a week, of his morp doctrinaire c61l- services. "When .the history
: that.tunnels. of the .Societe man's boy. and a shop clerk plus .a bonus of jam on Sun leagues who symbolized Bir of this century comes to be
Haitienne d'Exploitation mi day for reading to his new. tain's New Order. But after written,* said Clement Att-
niete, S. A. Aadministered'by boss out of Hansard's par- he became Foreign Secreta- lee, "the name of.Ernest Be
i" the:: under. mentioned share- liamentary reports. In 1908 ry, Bevin roared : "Everyo- vin will stand' very high in-
holders, : Palmiro Giordani, he made his formal entry in ne is expecting me to char- deed.,
. J. B. Louis Jr;, Jules Bance to the field of labor rela- ge our policy. They forget Last week, his work done
1:-'.and -Tous&enel Alexis, with tions by setting up a pitch that facts never change.,, Ernie, appointed to the do-
i die assistance of such special in front of Bristo Cathedral The disturbing challenge nothing job of Lord Privy
k (lists ,as Felix Oches, scien- B and badgering tjhe wealthy of Soviet Russia, the hard Seal, sat alone in the minis--
t' ist. geologist, chemist of for contributions. for unem- knocks -and humiliations for. trial, flat at No. 1 Carlton
.great knowledge o f such ploycd dock workers. ced upon the British Empi- Gardens. )
n n e and Chris- By 1937, Ernie Bevin had' re during Bevin's six years
X-tian Anderson, engineer for shouldered his 25011b. bulk of office, dealt deadly blows It was a cold, gloomy day,.
SMines, sent %iJ the ,East In- up to the chairmanship of to Britain's .Foreign Secreta- and'Ernie had decided to let
dia Inc., who-began to work Britain's Trades Union Con ry, but Ernie took them un- Flo, his devoted wife for mo
ifthis direction last Novem gress, the top spot in British flinchingly. Last month, rac re than 5D years, go to. the
i: 'er '. labor. At .high council tables ked with illness and fatigue England v. Scotland football
y 'The works are progress- he used plain, blunt, care- he bowed his head for the match without him. .While
ang:. satisfactorily. 'In March fully thought-out .words and first time. "This will be thel she was gone, his \ doctor
'st, fifty 'tons of copper .. facts like clenched first to death of him,, said -a cabi- dropped in, saw that 'his co-
'thich represent quite an im pummel his opponents. net colleague,. when Ernie lor was. good, and left. Er-
*porthant amouhi:- of money The Late Ernie Bevd "Give 'Itler 'Ell was turned his ministry over to nie read fbr a while, then
S.hav ve been shij~pel to Ger- Ernie's motto when he join-Herbert Morrison in March went to bed 'and had a cup
rmay via'the Uniited States and a pageboy and a tram ed Winston Churchill in the and retired from the ring. of tea. A sudden heart ata
thy the Shemsa. conductor into the bargain. Coalition Cabinet in 1940. "It is the 'only admission of tack struck, and when Flo
Our t .'ec.ore is very ,An orphaft at six, he had, Like Winnie, but in his own failure he's ever had to ma-- Bevin returned,- the old figh
ich. ;sis made in gone to work at ten as a far Socialist way, Ernie seemed ke.n '. ter was dead. I
che .iiinertlogkial centers of
S,;h.6 United States as' well as
:.-h se, macei at :the Laboratoi
d-le a Direction de 1'Agri ;the'r the tools of the Slieiisa Nouwark, founded in 1909 zes, him.- President MagloireI ge and protect by just laws
.cldre' prioye that pur cop- are fragile, and costly. The and whose reputation is in- during his triumphant tour all investments as far as they
,p ir3r i too4.y co transportation .f. the ores is international. in ,the 'North at the iegin- are honest and liable tocon
p, n a pr9poQtion equ made, fro i he tunnels to -The exploitation of ihe. ni.gof last. nntd.abs bee. tributeato the reh lirtatioi,
that 'oftherihet.coppr the workshop, 'by truck nines of copper of the Gran able to realize de visu e o'ou economy t t
|i the world, ibut "ailo through hilly roads built 'at de Riviejre dui Nord repre- efforts made by onr country !the standa',4'oflif ,the
galena in -ther expenses of the Society. sents an'important uinlertak men Giordani, Bance, Louis ,p6ulfation ".th
.-"Cip.anltquantity ing. which must be encoura Jr. and Alexis With the helif The national oiW can
lw i takes them More than two hundred ged ,on account of its con- of the East India Inc., trying (increase by 'he creation ,aqd
toP give a fc .success "ihese n 'd"ti e
cdig'aticomfiercial .va Haitians,/among them must tribution to the exploitation to give a mineralogical. fac- success .fthese indstrs.
s such.mineralogi- be counted Jules Bance and of our mines. It. is bound rp rory to our country. It is to 'be hoped that such
p a 1ce.. J. M. Louisis children. are help the Government in its They must not be discou- undertakihag as profitable as
S' yeins of copper, a- working in this undertak- policy of industrialisation raged in their efforts. We r.he Shemsa, as well as for-
i'ip .to four, have been ing as' miners or daily wor- step after step the coun- don't. 'believe they will e- ,eign capitals will enjoy the
d-ato qetian open kers. Their' salaries variy .bet "tryp and the rebirth of the ver be, for we trust the since protection and' 'encourage-
't.r ine.Tbe construction of ween one and two. dollars provinces. 'For, when our De rity of the words uttered by (ment of the Governement so
S., pw tunnels isin pro- | and a half a day. Three apartments, our provincial the President at the inaugu that they may largely contri
is.4.sCCiay '.and quartz. ha- shifts work in turn dayand towns will offer 'to their ration, on the 6th of Decem bute to the organisation of
'v 'befi 'discovered. Accor- night under the supervision dweller thde possibilities of ber of last year, of his presi our fiscal services.
dig tOq Engineer Anderson, of three specialists of Cuban rwrning their honestly liv- denial mandate: that's why (Translation of an article by
they, will begin to extract nationality who are training ing by a remunerative work we will be ready to encoura Gerard Martelly)
i 'them' in a few, days.' Some them. The Haitian workers that will put an end to that
beds of oxyded soil formed are enthusiastic and very sa massive migration from the
Y; by. white salt, mixture of tisfied with the treatment provinces to the capital. The
,. powder of copper and other they receive from the mana Shemsa, as far as we know, i
matterses ipdicate the proxi- gers of -the Shemsa. will not stop there, it is
mity of tlh gie4t subterrane- The (Societe Haitianne going' to undertake similar
mn, ne. -' d'Exportation Miniere,, as undertaking at Zebini and
S.A workshop, 960 m. distance we said before is being' fi- at Bayon and plans to esta-
Sfrom rathe tunnels has been nanced by one of the great blish itself in various places
established for the conserve' tnance companies of J.n the Northern Depart-
Vton of the -ores after their the United States of Amieri- ment.
'p.-xraction. It is reported ca, that is the iEast India
hat before the end of .the Company IncorporationI, 1 It is therefore necessary
ye14 mineralogical, facto- cated in Ne* York 6, 39 for the State to encourage
y,4 ,,aYiced: by'the East' In- Broadway, and whose repre- 'those haitians who in their .
dia ''ocorporation- .which sentative fi- Haiti is M. Di4 field bring, thanks to the
"hs already invested more .S.' A. Speyer, a sympathetic cooperation of. foreign scien
"-,,.hatoune hundred thousand friend of our country, of tists, their small share to the'
icl.ars in .rhis' project will Dutch nationality, who industrial development of
"be' erected. at ,,Grande Ri" (speaks French 'fluently. .the country. The existen-
vitro dui Nord. That factory All the &nployees work- ce of mines of copper at the
.-will treat the copper at low ing at the mine are insured Graride Rivifre du Nond is
"!grade. Its exploitation will' by an Insurance Policy .of not a dream, not an illusion
: be made in furnaces in Ger 'the Commercial Cacualty it is a fact which jumps in- The Presidential party visiting thu SHEMSA copper
a-s.y. The material or ra. Inauguarance Company of to some one's eyes and ama- mines at Grande Rividre du Nord.
SUNDAY ,APN. 22 ND.
*, the only language tH knpi i.nQrp
C'est pourquoi -
dans le ,monde enter, ed plus forts,
0onnages sont transports sur pneus
poids lirds .pQdlyear g ur
des pneus de touto atr marque.,
ES rendements observes depuis
des ann&s prouvent que les
pueus poids lourds GPodvear soot
d'une quality incomparable' pour
I'dndurance et le rendement
kildmitrique d'une remarquable
economie. Pour un maximum
d'avantages-acbetez des pneus
poids lourds Goodyear! ,
*. '**v"^ Q./'Th""'31 'c f .1. c.- -
VDIV WD UAIT+fWJ irnVtr (Photo take. at.., i
F FRIEND CHAUVI LEAVES' .....o'
,FOR HIRE ..
Remember Chauvin, his ti. Chautin on leaving said ,f yo is to a'
'full name .was Emile Chau- he was sorry to go, and ho- party go swiinm~idn
vin and he worked as Civil ped to'return. Caye some evening,.'. 4o .
Engineer for the Geodetic Replacing Ch i'vin here midnight fuise '.. may#P.J
Survey here n Port-au-Prin with, the Inter American Geo party would like to o..':
.ce. Chauvin's stamping detic Survey as Civil Engi- .g or plain saigi .
ground wasneer, is John A. Andrews. Me day .... if .so, q co tae
coune (Hotel) where he li- An whosehome State ship's Agent and l
Y0d aqd became friendly ands e whose home States
wd and became friendly is New York arrived April arranged.
with .many important perso 9th ith his Wife (at pre-
nages, 'he was easy going sent they warehouse hunting. REGULAR SAML&
and spoke French fluently. one two bedroom hou- Evening ... .O
So it was' a cloudy day and se, preferablyy in Perionvilfe) 20 :2:5
many people here were sor- esses thate is al- ..
ry to see, him fly away Tues- ready' at home I0e, a li-9 espr..Cl .f"'
day to his new post as a CV-:' i .Andrews war years ee'nf or .. -"..
akes.....Andrew's war years fom....n
vil Engineer on the Panama (3 years>we spent in Eu .
project.. rope a Pd OkinaWva then corn- -
Originally from Massachu pen a course atae. Mis- "-f.
setts, and born of French Ca-hool of Mines a Phone 682 r
nadian parents- Chauvin etalurgy S he joined the uahone
spent the.: last war helping Ge de $ uSrv y. After as- (Right across I
construct an air base in Ti from the Customs
.ggn.x.t i : N gga, Co- from the Cd "sw". 'is
nidad. After the war he kaa and wnke gthe An :La .ouane )
Jc 4 y7th4w wm'a t dh wl aa ..lookig forjDvard' Aso 5 M J f
P, .PCng ,^."aulhoritwes --' w dgn m SA of-. -.-.t-
-. ,, .ri to their y~ar or twoassx I Vign- n'SAI d
#y a ga alevel canapro ment h sin. e la, .
iect. .e ep ned the In- .
4.qrr-A_4ci iGeQodetic Sur- *. --- .- A ,--m ?P
very and, has now seqn ser-. .,
.vice in Chili, Peru .and Hal- .
TI JOSEPH (continued) *'* -4 .i.1
gent and ratfn4n ,,rgnia- 'Finest FIW or. ... ,
I don; cons6qurenc=s of q,
guarantees. "gve .Phy A Ne
monthly drawings. Mdre
aand. more people aire be&em- N
ing interested in thee social
benefit maintened b the D
Loterie de l'Etit aili ien.
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S .o r mzwanted ; articles
. '.'6r eale ;-lpeWsonal service ;
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S REAL ESTATE"
S:. Corporation with its offi-
S'ies- i the Bohomme build-
dng on .the Grand'Rue will
i,.solve your housing problem.
If yo .wih to rent a house,
-,..or bhuy.: lhoise- Just give
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SUNDAY APRIL 22 ND.
d For Rent -For .Sale I
modern handy ,sewing ma-
chines- they sell them or an
astoundingly low price.
A completely furnished
house, large living and din.
ing rooms, 2 bedrooms, lar.
ge Porches Kitchen fully e-
quipped with G. E. Refrige-
rator and stove etc
Good location easy trans-
portation to downtown.
For further information
Dr Georges Castera's corn
fortable, and complete mo-
dern 12 room Maternity cli
nic is at your service. This
up-to-date clinic is located
in the same building as the
Pharmacy Castera, opposite
the Telegraph and Telepho.
ne Buiding. Cal! 2131.
NEVER JUST SAY
Always ask for
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HAITI'S FINEST RUM
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45th Street, New York. N.Y
will for a period of six
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1951, send postage paid to
any individual of Haiti, so-
lely for his own use and not
for resale, ,a paper-bound e-
dition of Roosevelt and Hop
kins, by Robert Sherwood,
complete in two volumes,
upon receipt of a letter con
training cancelled stamps
for the use of stamp collect-
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400 monthly suita-
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__ V .
.' Also I '
Swiss Chalet in Kenscoff FOR SALE
surrounded by pines $300
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Bourdon Park 3306 or offi-. all the comforts, 'in- Pacot
ce of Mr. Reirtibloa 2240- selling for i'$i16i000 Contact
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