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Ei. A. MAIN VILLE
EDITOR GERANT RESPONSIBLE
VOLUME 1. t SUNDAY OCT. 22 nd '-'-' .No. 6
PHOTO BY FELIX BOX
ia (Ni:hil sine LaborD -- no-
thing is gained without La-
b. our, 'said Elias Noustas, at
. the Grand opening of the'
new (La Belle Creole)> sto-.
re on M1onday. That La-
i'. bour' has certainly brought
Results to the man, who said
At last Haiti has a near
' 'complete department, store,
-and in noting both the beau-
ty of the store 'iatd the
..crowds of enthusiastic shop-
es, it ,would seem that the
'luabr>.of _- the, hf^'wjaw
reaped' its gains.' "
The store is now divided
into three departments.under
:"the capable managership of
Store No. 1, under the su-
Spervision of Mr. Seitz is
n .mainly the ladys department.
I .Store No. 2 run by the
efficient Mr. Lemke- is the
drugist, perfume and sou -
t enir department.
r, No. 3 store under the able
'direction of Mir Mlartin'is the
Toy, haberdashery and lug-
gage department. On the eve
,.of the Grand opening .while
the staff busily prepared for
.,the morrow, thousands stop-
ped to examine the brightly
lit display windows, and el-
'bow a glance into the new
:Opening day was a terrific
success, and with each pas-
sing day the city looks with
pride towards it new up to
On parting Mr. Noustas
-said La BElle Creole) was
conceived and built-to give
S'Better service, at better pri-
ccs in the best Ambiance.
We iel as soon as the per-
ronnel will have been fully
rained, La Belle Credle will
eep its promise to add more
apartmentss to P:-,. you
k 'f'.-,.. -
-., -, -
1 -.. ..'.... .. . .
THE MODERN DEPARTMENT STORE. -.Pictu o t:,e newly opened sto-
re at ,La Belle Creole-this new store contains a toy, E:ab.;rdashcry and luggage
department, well stocked and efficiently supervised .
THE INSERT. -' Director ot the "La Belle Creole" E.i's Nousftas.,
Since its opening oh- De 'ember 6, 1948 the ,La B.112 Creole, has
model institution 1ip this C community.
LEADERS MIEET. Pre;id:.nt Truman Dins the fifth oak lefp cluster on General
Douglas Mac Arthur's Distin guished Service Medal at the conclusion of their historic
meeting on Wake Island. L okking on is John J. Muccio, U.S. Ambassador tb Korea.
cute troopers 'jumped. 'un
opposed into Red 'Korea
bprween the fallen capital
of Pyongyang and the Man
churian border Friday un-
der the personal direction
of Gen. Douglas Mac, Ar-
The United Nations corn
mander said after the supri
(,The war is very definit-
ely coming to an end,.
Thr' thousand parachu ,
te troops floated down
from 80 C-119s and 40
C-47s onto flat land near
Sukchon and Sunch6n, each
"bout 30 miles north of
Pvongyang and 80 miles
southeast of the Manchu-
rian border. i
The towns ore on, the
two min reach's leading
norrh from the captured
.Red stronghold of Pyong-
The British press was no-
tified Oct. 19.. That the -warti-
me newsprint ration system
will be reinstated October
As a result, the newspa-
pers will be forced either td
freeze their circulations at
present levels or cut their
size below the present six
pages daily in order to print-
The decision was announc-
ed by the Newsprint Supply
Company which handles a
newsprintt poll operated by
. ." .. .
SUNDAY OCT. 22nd.
PAGE 2 HAITI SUN
MAPOU MAGIC TALES FM THE,
HAITIAN COUNTRYSIDE I
BY PAUL NAJAC
A prime necessity for being o.tfer the same interest but these stories, th," word usual- I TH FOOTBALLFlorida Furmad
a good story teller is to be it would take too much time ly suggests the picture of a SC THEFOOTBAL L Florgia Kentucr
SCMDlULE FOR Georgia Kentuck"
quick of wit and to know and space to go over them caterpillar. This frbaning ho- OCT. 28 California St-Mary'
how to make the audience all. They are classified in a, were is -restricted to the Arnmy t6 play Columbia Idaho Washington S
cdrink the CONTE DIVI-, very rich catalogue soaked, guessing game. Boston. College Georgia Oregon Southern Cag 1
NOR. If you had to drink freely in the times, the re- The task of ferreting out Colgalte Brown Oregon State Mont.na
any of the last ones here are gion and in cultural media., essence of certi'. words canI ori.l. PrincetonI Stanford Washingto
are aniswadenrs:ulSmeiaerincisonEStanfcrr. Washinrgton
the answers: j Some of these tales don't I be the rriost difficult thing Fpordham San FranciscoYESTERDAYS
.Narrator. Galitas Bon suggest easily a connection, in the w rld when we real- Harvard Dartmouth FOOTBALL RESULTS
Dieu plein viande. (The lar-'with their answers but they1ize that in Haiti the children IHoly Cross Yale Nebraska 19 Penn State 0
der -pf.the good Lord is full are so old that through love love to ,shoot tales) and Mary Land Duke Indiana 20 Notre Dame
of meat). of tradition they have been, when we remember how ea- ,Navy Pennsylvania Army 49 Harvard
Answer. Cemetery. handed down from father to sily these young people can Penn State Temole Colgate 23 Bucknell.
Narrat r. Papa Dambal- son for many generations. deform a word. Pittsburgh W Miami ornl' 7 al
S t l riere; ete en bas Som.tofthese-,ar,. knpwn by. ,, The very old story ,teller inois indiaa Lehiegh 16 Dartrn
(Father Dambaljah makes eveybody ,ev;n though their might afford us much, in- Kanas hbraa Penn 34. Col
his prayer upside down). meaning might be ,obscua to ormation aboutt..hese things IV.ichigan Stte ., Mchi n Syracuse 34 Holy Cr "27
Answer. A bunch of ba th. outside er,..simply because .for the story tellers themsel- Michigan Notre SDame Nth Carolina 16 Maryland
nanas on a tree. thpy. are typical conte divi- es..hye played a maorro- 1VMin..ssota Oklahoma (State
Narrator., Embarquez n6 le in the origin and develop- Northwst rn Michigan Tulane 27 Mississippi
les blancs; debarquez les mu The wMords used in the ment of certain word. At (States Navy 27 Southern Cali.f.14'
lath. .ain pinga neg envahi .c hte .divinor's) offer a one time th, story teller.was Purdue UCLA Tenn 14 Alabama .'
ou. (Ptu in whites, take out most appealing problem ,be- paid to tell tales. He knew Wisconsin Northwestern Mis.iasippi 26 Wisconsin 13
mullatos, and watch and cause c.f the mystery of their that the more difficult the Alabama Mississippi 'Washington 13 Illinois
don't let too many negroes origins and meanings. In one tales,, the more. interesting Duke Maryland Oklahoma 58 Kansas State 0l
in it).. conte we. see the word ((Ca- was the game and .the more --
. Answer. Bread (Put in lacim sans os, Calacim wi- satisfactory was the conte ... '
the flour, take out. the brown, thout bones). There is some divinor literature.
bread, watch and don't let it question whether Calacim is These is considerably imo-
burn). pure fruit of the imagination re to be seen in the USing.
Sor a heritage from an old A- ing Tales,. Perhaps after
The material presented as frican dialect because the hearing some. of these it
examples in this series has word has no meaning in pre- .will be easier for you to
not been complete. Of course sent day Creole. The word have an idea. of the ,shoot-
an effort was made to pick has some value and enough ing tales)), of the Haitian
out some of the most popu- meaning to add interest to a ..ttryside.
]ar and .varied .ones. There c o nt e divinor because '
are certainly a lot of these through the imagination of Next week; "The Sing-
NOW ON DISPlAY
HAITI. MOTHERS ,S.A.
GRAND RUE PHONE 3134
SUP IN'ARMS. Army's Vic .Pollock (light jersey)
I goes over the goal to score in the second quarter of
Ithe game.against Michigan Tackle Bob Zatkoff of Mi
I chigan tries in vain to stop Pollock as Army captain
Dan Foldberg (81) watches t,nsely Army won, 27-6
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SUNDAY OCT. 22nd.
LETTER FROM NEW ZEALAND
land tents made of sails and brought home to every in-
blankets had to suffice for; habitant and to every visitor'
Housing until more perma-]by the dominating architect-1
nent accommodation could ure of its Anglican Cathedral
COLONIZATION be established. 1
By Bernard A. M$AIBR Although Lyttelton flourish-'
ed it could be only as a port,
One hundred years ago for a few miles on the other
Sept. 8 a courageous oand side of the hills which ring
of men and women set out in the harbor, site of an extinct
four 'tiny sailing vessels volcano, lay the real land of
from Plymouth, England, to hope. As Mr. Godley saw it
carry out one of the most re from the top of the hill over
iarkable experiment's in the which the new arrivals had
history of British coloniza- to carry their possessions un
ion. til, a road could be complet-
Numbering 773 persons, they ed, there stretched a vast
left their homeland, most of grassy plain as far as the
them never to see it again, eye could reach. This merg-
to found the province of Can ed into the distance to the
terbury. There, 13.000 miles north and south. To the
across the sea, they set up west, 50 miles distant, rear-
that fertile segment of the ed the line of the Southern
South Island of New Zea- Alps, the magnifidtct moun-
lSouthnd, a settlement which re- tain'chain in which Mount
presented a perfect cross- see Cook's 12,349- foot summit
tion of english life. tops by very little numerous
From the vision of Edward sister peaks.
Gibbon Wakefield came this NEW INDUSTRIES ROSE
ideal of a Church of England It was on this plain extend-
e scheme. At first,
sponsored scheme. At rsng more than 100 miles a-
Mr. Wakefield encountereislong the coastal belt of Can
difficulty in translating terbury, and on the down-
dream into practice, but his lands to the north and south
m".etin'g with J.Robert God- that the province's prosperi-
ley provided the drive which ty was built. Before many
*brought the plan to reality. years has passed huge "farms
Mr. Godley already was -inow cut into smaller hold-
deeply interested in coloniza wings were carrying mil-
tion, having visited Canada, lions of sheep and growing
and at the height of the po- many thousands of acres of
Stato famine in Ireland he had wheat.
proposed the mass migration -The receipts from Canter-
of 1.000.000 Irish to relieve bury wool soon reached most
the. position. The idea of a satisfying proportions, and.
church settlement appealed the province became the gra
to him, and he succeeded nary of New Zealand. With
where *Mr. Wakefield had I the development of shipboard
failed in gaining the support refrigeration the carriage of
of notable personages fox the, meat to Great Britain
Proposal. brought added>. millions of
SCHEME MOVED AHEAD p o u n d s to !he district's
The Cant.ury Associa- wealth, and gained for Car.-
tion was formed, under the terbuiry lamb a world ri-pu-
presidency of the Archbishop station as meat without peer.
of Canterbury, and the sche- Primary production inevi-
moved rapidly ahead Mi- taibly ranked first in import-
grants who could meet the ance in the province, but wi-
requirements of excellence thin a comparatively shot
of character, sobriety, and period substantial, secondary
steadiness were recruited, industries were taking shap.-.
and finally set sail for-their Inilially these had to dol
new home in the vessels with the nrecds and products
which now have an honored of the farmland.
place in C anterbury history Woolen m.,.-- were estab-
as the First Four Ships lished, impl ment firms came
Charlotti Jane, Randolph, into being, and with refrige-
r Seymour, and ration huge freezing works
Si George Seymour, were erected to pour out
officers of the association their shipments for Britain.
had left England some time But in later years the scone
pr eiouslyto make prepara- of secondary industries has
tions for the arrival of the widened, and with their
migrants at the 'port of Lyt- growth so has the capital ci-'
telton and when the first ty of Christchurch expanded.
two ships dropped anchor on
Dec. 17, 1850, certain ar- CITY OF LOVELY
rangenents were in hand for GARDEN'S
the reception of th passeng- Yet with industrialization
ers. But conditions naturally Christchurch has retained its
were litited, and p mmigra-v atmosphere of an English ca
tion barracks, primitive huts:thedral city, a point that is
in the central square,Known'
throughout New Zealand as!
the Garden C i t y, Christ-I
100 YEARS AS
church is distinguished aiso|
for its Hagley Park, a 600,
acre tree- circled area within1
half a mile of the business
area, for its many suburban
parks and street plots and
for its high standard of pri-
vate gardens. Christchurch
men and women, 'with few
exceptions, take to gardening
as easily as they do to cy-
cling in this absolutely flat
home for 140.000 persons.
With reason the people of
Cgnterbury "are proud of
what has been accomplished
in- a century, and to mark
the occasion have prepared
a program of celebrations to
which the world; "literally,
has been invited. Although
the smaller city of Timaru,
100 miles down the coast,the
towns, and townships are all
determined to commemorate
in' their own way the vigorI
and determination of their
forebears, to Christchurch
falls the responsibility of pro
viding the bulk of the cent-n
Already the city, has expe
rienced some weeks of nation
'nal conferences and reunions
but in the months ahead un-
til July, 1951, there are plan
ned celi:bratior.s which are
expected to attract thousands
of New' Zealanders from o-
ther centers, and to prove of
direct interest to Australians
and to travelers from even
.further afield. One of these
is the Honorable John God-
ley, a descendant of John Ro
Innumerable sporting ga-
th. rings will be held in
Christchurch, displays are to -
be devoted to the lives of the _W
early colonists, the Royal A- ........
I pricultural and Pastoral
Show will bring together the
greatest catalogue of livest- uws e
ock ever seen in the southern
hemisphere, and a gigantic a B I s
amusement park will be open TRADE MARK REG. U. PAT. O rF*.
in HagleV Park for five
months. SOLD ONLY TO THE WHOLESALE TRADE
As a central feature there IN CANS......24 TO THE CASE......$13.25
will be a reenactment at Lyt IN BOTTLES....24 TO THE CASE...$15.75
btlton, on Dec. 16, of the (75 CENTS REFUND ON THE BOTTLES)
landing of the Canterbury! ,
Pilgrims, a name that stuck THE ABOVE IN, 5 CASE LOTS 25 CENTS PER. CASE
to the migrants because of DISCOUNT.
the essentially religious nat-
ure of the settlement. Two IMPORTED BY :
days later a <100 Years .
of Progrzss procession will JOHN B. GRIFFITH .
provide one of the high ,
lights of the festivities, and 63 RUE DU QUAI TEL. 2107' "
on the same date one of Can
terbury's great qmnbitions
.. ,.*'* aV.a
4) 2~% l~t~r' .~i..h-:*."
will be fulfilled when che school which has produced
Prime Mlinister, Sidney Geor several Olympic winning
ge Holland, will dedicatefthe eights. Australian Olympic
Harewood international ai-.- sculling champion, Mervyn
port. This will mark the Woods, will also taka part.
South Islands's first regular For the athletic evert, invita
direct'aerial link with Aus- zions have gone to the stars
tralia. in th_ Unitrd States,Britain
Naturally many of the e- Holland Belgium. Sweden.
vents and functions arrang- Finland, Denmark, France,
ed for the months of celebra and Australia.
tion will be limited in che Christchurch people, there
scope of their appeal, but .fore, feel-and certainly ho-
that cannot be said of the pe that adequate arrange-
internationdl centennial ga- ments have been made to
mes to be held in the closing mark the present genera-
days of December and in the tion's appreciation of the a-
first few days of 19l5. Well- achievements of their ancest-.
known perosnages in swim- ors in converting tussock-cove-
ming, athletics, cycling, and ered, virgin territory into a
rowing have beer, invited to comfortably prosperous and
,participate, and the organiz- beautiful- representation of.
ers of these attractions prom- N1w Zealand life.
ise some stirring contests.
400 OARSMEN DEEPEST CHASM "'
TO PARTICIPATE Probably' the deepest chasm
In this regard the city is in the earth is just off the
waging two battles against coast of Puerto Rico. Brown-
time. In one case heavy ma- soh's Deep in the Atlantic
chinery is being worked all off the northwest coast of
out to dig a quarter-mile cut "he island is said to be 27
to' straighten a "portion of thousand. feet deep and
the& River Avon for the row- you can't go much further
ing events, and builders are r te Atlantic.
busy rushing a, new Olympic ,Bernard, an articulate man,
p6.1ol to completion fory th2 was explaining his latest pro
swimmers. Of these at least ject, the illustration of a lim-
15 may come from.overseas ited edition of Zola's
each from Canada and the painter to d6
fromBritain and France., brated prostitute. cLet ze
Four hundred oats men will reader decide what Nana re-
take part in the centennial ally looks, lak, h.-- chortled.
regatta, including an eight
noted' California rowing Oh, vous do, too!
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PAGE 4 HAITI SUN SUNDAY OCT. 22nd.
PORT- AU- PR
Spains own singing
dancing star toarrive i
city next weE.k.
Dancing and singing
Estrellita ,-Castro whc
,been applauded throu
Europe, South Ameri
her fine performances,
arrive in this city next
and present a number
Estrellita's manager '
to Silva announces that
Saturday night she will
a performance -at Ca
F IR' i
H. A. INSTITUTE 60 th. ANNIVERSARY
WEEK... NUGURATES OF THE CURACAO
RADIO PROGRAM TRADING
Choucot'ne, and that a ,pro- quierre that passes in front COMPANY
gram has also been arrange of the Cine Montparnasse; Wesnesday afternoon on The Curacao Trading Corn
at Theatre dui Verdure. Asphalting of Rue Dr. Aubry broadcasting station 4VRW pany of Amsterdam Holland,.
LINCE Estrellita Castro who has from Rue Macajoux'to, Ave. the Haitian American Institu celebrated on October the 16
and played the Star role in 36 Dr. Annual; asphalting of te presented its first weekly th. the 60 th anniversary of -.
in this films in Spain, has also ma- ,Rue Hammerton Killick to Radio- Program. its foundation. The Staff and
de approximately 1.000 dif- L'Asile, Francais; drain Cana company representatives in.
star .ferent recordings. pe Vert; Improvement and MIr. Duane Adams, Direc-Haiti commemorated this
o has Miss Castro who is accomrp general reparation of the Na tor of courses at the Institute happy event, with a cocktail
ighout anied by Spains well known tional Palace and the Palace spoke on Free minds and party at Vincent's Savoy .res--
ca for concert guitar player Julio of Haiti on the Exposition Cultural Patterns, the speech, taurant. Mr. Alfredo Rogen-'.
is to Alonso; made quite a hit in grounds; repairs to the Lycee was ans extract form the first bogen Manager of the c6mpa-
*week Havana's. Petion; the completion of the lecturee of the American Ci-ny here in .Haiti, took this-
big sbciety night Club ,Tro, _________Institute. pencils, engraved with the:,-
picana) which she played for 1 The music that accompa- initials CTC the date of thq..
10 consecutive Weeks; she al- APPOINTMENTS nied the program was Hand- 6oth. anniversary and. a cash.'
so gave programs over Ha- TO THE DEPARTMENT el's Symphony No. 1 and bonus to -employees who ha-
vanas best radio stations. OFR EDUCATION Schubert's Symphony No. 8. ve seen more than 15 .yea ".
After her'appearances, he- Next week you'll have the service in the company.
re, Estrellita Castro will The following appoint- pleasure of hearing a full '
cross to Cuidad Trujillo and ments have been announced hour of complete. NegroAMBASSADOR
brass to Cuidad Trujillo and n been i
,San Juan to'give a series of to the Department of Nation- Songs. RICHARD RETURNS
performances. al Edueation by the' Junfa' The Program is presented TO CIUDAD TRUJILLO.
S', Government: ,Every Wesnesday afternoon His Excellency' Mr. Tieo ""'t
.Mr. d 'Lu Dorsinville-Guar- frorrm one to two. phile Richard, Ambassador
THE CITY'S PUBLICdiuah of the National Mvu- of Haiti in the Domiican
OWOITKS PROGRAM seum; Miss. Rollan Dorsin- This week the Institute al- Republic returned on 'Fi-
O S P' ville- Secretary at the (Ndtio- so inaugurated its aAmerican day morning by land to'
r of The department of Public nal Museumi; Miss Fernande Civilization and xHistory his post at Ciudad Trujill'o,
works annpunces that the Guilbaud -Librarian at tfie of lMusic, courses. The first after spending 15 days va- '
Beni- following projects within the National Museum; Miss. An- lectures had ta full attendance cation with his- relatives q 3
next city limits'are being contin- dre Ancioh- worker at-, the of enthusiastic students. and friends.
give ed. National Museum,; Mr. 'Cle- --'.,
abanThe asphalting 'of Rue Fe-' mOnt Benoit- Director of the
Library, at the Lycee Petion; SOCIAL NOTES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9 4
Mr. Georges Bepufilsr Assis-' ,
.- tant Director the Library at Last .Mohday afternoon daughter on Wednesday .a.
SLyvee-'Petion; 1Mrs PierreLe- a hunting parry left the 12:30 pm.Mrs:.Bonnefils ''
Sgei- Stenographer at the Ly- city for.' Belladere in 4 is the former Liliane li
cee Petion; Mr Maria Demou- plane piloted by Major Ed. says they have named the
Cchy. atap-Haitian; Miss. An Roy. The party includ- n.:,w addition Mary Alice, S.
-M Piquion- Assistant ed American Ambassador1 Bill Talamas retuned Ifr
SDirector of the Library at Earl De Courcy, Colonel, a business trip to the Stat4s-.
ON THES. Cap Haitian; he Misses Ma- ith, Major Hicks and Ti last Wednesday.
tiria Miguel and Renee Du- George Leger, the hunters Mir and Mrs Roger Jarmai?.
employees at the Libra returned to Port Tuesday ev and sons M1icheal, Roger an(
ry at Cap Haitian; Miss. Yva ending with a bag of pigeon, Christopher, are, planning to.
ROTARY TYP 'Delerme Director of the Li and guinea hen. leave early in November for'o
SHOCK" biary at dayes;'M r Odeide Jean Lespihasse. and Mar- a two months vacation it
y cole Vitale grp enoased to Miami..
A'BS 'D Douyon- Assistant Librarian ed to Miami..
ABSORBER at Cays; Miss.. Jobe married. '" Mr. Raymond J. Andre ce-
For 'Ford and MercurY Francois- Employee at *t e Leonte 'Bonnefils Jr: beca- lebrated his bW ay Tues-,"
MONROE' ? Library at Cayes; Miss Virgi me the prdud father of a day the 17th. .
Airplane-Type- 'nia Dominique- Librarian at
SHOCK Port- de Paix; Miss Uselie -QUE MOUN
Louis Employee at the Libra 4 MO
ABSORBERS ry at 'Port- de- Paix; Mrs .".
FLEXIBLE Brenor Plantin Librarian at FOR ANDY and all the money you will.
FLEXIBLE Jacmel; Mrs. Benjamin Gil- V Wise is thq man who is al- need; then take half the clo- 't
FUEL LINES 'bert- Employee at the Libra-, ways thinking of taking a Ihes and twice as much mo-
ry at.Jacmel; Miss. Berna- wife and never takes one ''ney and you will have a won..' :-"i
iFe t o e, dette Alerte- Director of the (Italian proverb) derful holiday.
CARBURETOR ,Library at St-Mar; Miss. I- CAPTAIN ACE'S FOR SHORTHAND
rene 'Eveillard- Employee at
the eLibrardy a rtpy Mr. a Aren't you sleepy, said the WRTERS
FUEL PUMPSenry Armand caretaker f 'barke.per, took his tie off, A long head is as good as. '
FUEL HerUMPSmndcaetaroput the bottles away andan
thel'EcoleNormaleSuperieu thebottles and a shorthand (special on Mon-.
.yawned.'We were not. daymornings in the office.
IGNITION re; Mrs. Herve Boyer- Profes day ngs in theffice
seur at the Ecole Normale Niece
CABLE SETS Superieure; MVr. Rene Carre- THE TELEPHONE. FOR THE ROOSEVET
S Professor at the Ecole Norma Sitting behind his desk he HOTEL -"
fo e -le Superieure. looked at the conjuring box. Everybody else has money,..
,.e Superieure. loold at the conjuring box. I might as well get some.
9F I L T E R ____ It was beautifully made,but (Time) '
She could never use it.
FOR CARS nw 1 T fl'rRIw NATIOMAT. n
-Grand Rue, Next -to
The legend that
ruined the lottery business.
Decide on all the
I know a barkeeper whl.
owes his sucoes to his first,'.
wife and his second wife toff
his success. .
SUNDAY OCT. 22nd.
OF THE WEEK
JOL FASHION WAY
TO I-MAKE COCKTAILS
Sent in By VLrs Elizabeth
Those old timers who have
been living in this country
for years certainly know how
to prepare a good cocktail.
Here you find the recipe
of the rtost popular cock-
tail served at my house. Ev-
ery body raves about them.
Per person: 'i jigger Rhum
(Istar makes better cock-
tails than 3 star, the latter is
highly recommended for
1/4 teaspoon lime juice
1/2 cocktail glass dilutted
3.4 drops of angnstora bit-
Shake well with crashed
ice and serve in cocktail glas-
ses which have been. kept in
the ice box for an hour. Be-
fore serving dump the, .pp
of the glasses in the W
of egg, then i gr frdulated
sugar, which will form a
frosting-like edge on. the
glass Serve the. cocktails' ice-
cold with appetizers.
1/2 cup salmon -(canned or
4 tablespoons mayonnaise
2 tablespoons minced cele-
Mix the. salmon, mayon-
naise and celery together.Cut
the cucumber into thick sli-
ces (leaving the skin on) and
spread the salmon salad .on
12 cubes fresh pineapple
12 cubes honeydew melon
12 whole strawberries
)36 Kenscoff Strawberries)
1/4 cup confectioners' sug-
I Fresh fruit, speared on
toothpicks and rolled in sug-
ar.. that's all there is to this
refreshing fingerful. On each
toothpick stick a cube of pi-
neapple, one of melon, then
a whole strawberry. Roll the
whole thing in confectioners'
sugar on serve a bowl of the
sugar with the spears for in
dividual sugaring. Use a who-
le grapefruit or an orange as
a holder for the spears. Gra-
pes are good, too, served this
way; so are cubes of Ched-]
4ar cheese or wal nuts alter-
qating with the fruit. Leave
. Offl the sugar if you use chee
se or nuts.
-|'* The shops in this section
have been checked by this
Newspaper, and -to the
q best of our knowledge .
S. their merchandise is of
I good quality and good
-- value. .
A DEPARTMENT OF SOUVENIRS
LA BELE CREOLE
Haiti's leading department store.
Art' and Curio Shop
Rue du Quai Tel: 3145
HAITIAN HANDCARVEp. MIK4HGANY
NATIVE MAHOGANY WARE
Save Time and Expense
Buy Direct from '
Rue fu Puple
lMhogany, Sisal Shoes & Bags
Silver & Freich Perfumes
MADAME EW ALD
Rue du Magasin de lEtat
Hours are from 8 a..m. till
5 p.m some shops close be-
tween the hours of 12 and
. Sat. is noon closing, buI
a number of shops especial-
ly Souvenir shops stay open
through the day.
Banks open at ." ,Sm. aim
close at 1 p.m. Sai .3i9g '"
Post Office opens at 8.a.
..m and close at 5:30 p.m.
LIST OF ARIRIVALS
LADIES- Underwear, cotton and strapless dresass
NURSES- White shoes and stockings
Opposite KLM1 Airways
Rue des Miracles
S. E MOST
MEASURED NAME IN PERFUME.
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SUNDAY OCT. 22nd.
iles, including a 15 footer.boat apart with his tail and
He hunted the giant iguana then came in with one great
lizards that grow to five flip. There we had- a rather
feet in lengh) on a jungle is- dubious alternative whe-
land and brought back two. their to go into the water
In native abombas or dug- with a bigger crocodile, or
out canoes he hunted aucks..take our chances with this
With a Witch doctor for a one. We could hear his teeth
.uigde. his partv hunted wild pop as he slung his head,
corrpulisned iOoth, .wwii a [ --
*-Iguinea fowl. snapping savagely.
wealth of adventure thrown guinea ow snapping savagely.
in. The crocodile hunt was a
magazine, Small has hunted
He has brought back boar charcoal-red eye as big as humdrum existence,try night
and barracuda and crocodi- half a dollar, glowing hunting .for crocodiles with
les. And he is only beginning through inky blackness at a seasoned crocodile hunter
Still awaiting are trips plan- the rays of a flashlight, and and two fearless native
Ted to New Zealand, Yuca- coming .from the business boys,!
tan, India, Tanganyika, Bri-, end of a 12- foot crocodile- INVITATIONS TO hunt
tish East Africa, the South well, you've got some adv- and fish in faraway places
Sea Islands, Alaska and ma-enture yet to cover!. We daz- come from Small's readers
ny other places. ed one by grazing his head and subscribers. He has been
TO-ETHE.R WITH J P with a bullet and the native invited to hunt python, ele-
Crowe a photographer, Small boys tied him up strung him phant and boar in Ceylon,
recently spent two weeks as alongside the boat. lions in Tangayika, moose in,
guest of the government of
were furnished a car and bigger crocodile that ex- of other animals in all parts
chauffeur, a private plane, tremely tense moment just of the world.
and a cruiser for deep sea before the shot this fel- Between hunts, Joe lives
fishing. low alongside our boat came with his wife Elizabeth and
Small bagged four crocod- alive. He nearly beat the'two sons at 3303 Bridle Path
By Mia STEINER
BRASSERIE DE LA COURONNE
FROM $ 160
The Spectators are screa- in the cockpit one is in a could become as famous as
ming excitedly as the two. world apart, in. g world en- the well- advertised wrestlers
bleeding, half-blind fighters circled by tiers o.f tense of our day. .~ I .I UNIELD A L Ij ELJ
eye each other with deadly men whose eyes are glued tol In the United States there INFORMATION RING : 2242
fury. The air is filled with two birds who seem fragile are also many people who
curses and shouts of encoura .and fierce at the same time. .enjoy a good cockfight, espe-
,gement and muffled words of I cially in the southern states;
derision; crumpled bills pass The Haitian peasant, and and in the Spanish section of
through dozens of hands many a city dweller also, New York there is many an
while bets are being placed; loves nothing as much as apartment which sees a good ting 'has started and after a YOU MAY HIRE
and the atmosphere is dense -good cockfight. He loves it fight every Sunday, though few moments .the, birds are UU InH IIIRL E
With heat and suspense and so much that one wonders the sport is forbidden by the released, but rnot before each |EEP
the smell of combat. sometimes whom ne would law. owner has refreshed his cock JLL
rescue first in case of a fire- ,Like all other sports, cock- with water sprayed from his STATION WAGON
Is this perhaps a fight for his wife or his fighting cock? fighting has is rules and re- own mouth.: .IN
the championship of the [gulations which asure fair Now there is action -the'NEW AUTOMOBILE
world? Is it the last bout of Cock.fighting is an ancient play to the owners of the animals bout, using their
the great brownn bomber,, sport whose origin is actually birds as well as'to the cocks wits and skill, bringing to
Joe Louis? No, definitely unknown, but we do know themselves. Here in Haiti the mlind, even if just in a small By the DAY, WEEK, or
not! It'is simply the usual, that is was practiced'by both owners first sharpen the way, the courageous gladiat- dONTH with or without a
Sunday afternoon cockfight the Greeks and the Romans. spurs of the animals and ors who used to battle each driver
taking place in one of tht Once every year a tremend- then each man has to lick other to death in ancient Ro- ontact"
pits in the outskirts of Port- ous c.ockfi glt entertained the the spurs of his cock and me- DENIS BELLANDE
au-Pri;ce. Only a few mi- crowds of Athens who hai swallow the saliva in order And at the end of the fight TEL: 3209 OFFICE
minutes away'people'are 'bat- a particular fondness for this to proof that no poison has the winner crows triumphan-
hingin the &blue, sunflecked sport. Cocks were bred care been used on them. Now the tly, while the. looser is taken 5539 RES.
pool of Club Thorland; fully and those that came cocks have to career, which home by the owner of the P.O. Box 304.
maybe halfa mile away, on from Rhodes and Tanagral means that they are made to successful cock, to be made
the cool te0fa.e of a smart ,were especially expensive lightly peck at each other in into a tasty ccbouillon,. don't think you'll regret hav-
hotel, a or.od- of well-dres- and held in high esteem. In order to get acquainted To the one who has never,ing gone-but before you do'
sed people are leasurely chat Rome even quails and par- like two boxers touching glo been to a cockfight I can say go make sure you're not the '
-ting away the,early hours, tridges were trained to fight, ves. only one thing: You'll have.kind who faints at the sight
of the afternoon; but here aUnd .a good fighting- cock In the meantime the bet-I an exciting afteoioon and lof blood. '
BOYHOOD AIMS REALIZED
BY ADVENTUROUS HUNTER
By Oma Ray Walker
Witten for The Statmen
When Joe Austell Small
was a boy, he had two ambi-
tions to publish a magaz-
ine and to see a lot of fara-
way places. At 36, he has ac
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BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES an employee at U.S.D.H a
ON ANDRE V. DIMANCHE rubber company.
]To quote from Andr6 Dimnan
THE SUN LIBRARY Andre Dimianche was born che, <(Every time I had a pen
in Jeremie 1901. When a boy cil in hand, in a few lines I
he used to sculpt French sol- would. reproduce a tree, a
TRINIDAD VILLAGE interested in the novel diers and Haitian heroes out bird. -Everything in Natume
The Negroes of Trinidad concepts of cultural focus.- of limestone. Aft.-r finishing attracted my attention. I was
have been known to Ameri- and rentention that the au- elementary school in 1919, particularly interested in the
canssonly through their ka- thors formulate to .explain he worked first as a nelper different"shapes made by the
s on pensive ie-work the changing c u l t u- to a civil engineer' and after- branches of a tree. I could
among the Toco villagers re of the Tocoans and, by ward& with a druggist, -Mr. see in them a human being,
the leading authorities onimplication, of peoples T. C. Brutus, who asked him a bird,a sea monster.Someti-
Negro culture in Africa. ad THE AUTHORSre. to make drawings to advert- mes they looked like they we
America present the firsL full MERVILLE J. HERSK- In 1926 Dimanche receiv- gre aski new lfe.Since I wasto
an'hget a new r afeSnce I was
anthrbe made of a Protestant OVITS, ed a scholarship to study strong enough and had learn-
Negro culture in the Englistanth since 1935 Professor of Ant Anna Mary Robertsonl capenty at a technical school ed to handle a cmachetteD
speaking Caribbean. Mr hropology at Northwestern Moses, popularly known as where Mr. Maurice Latortue which is very important for
Herskovits, professor of An- University, was born fn ,Grandnma Moses and was his drawing teacher. Mr a sculptor, and since, at that
hrkovits, profess Nor ofhw 1895 in Bellefontaine, Ohio prominent as an American Latortue found in him such a time I had nothing to do, my
University and his wife and educated at the Univer primitive painter, received great talent that he finally attention was called to a nut
University, and hi wife sity of Chicago awarding. an award from the Wom-I made him his assistant..From tree and from it came my
who ha-e collabnrated in him a Ph. D. in 1923. An en.'s Naional -Press Club 1927 to 1949 Dimanche has first creation, Aida*.
the study of many Negro authority on the physical Press successful been frst creation Ad
cultures in Africa and hde and social anthropology of for her outstanding contri- cher in-an esslly been a (continuedea next edition)
New World, revel .how clos- the Negro, Professor Hers- bution to art. She ana other cher in- an experimental agri inued, next edition)
ely life ainong these West kovits is the author of outstanding women in the cultural school, assistant ma- Translated by Jean Chenet
Indiatn reselbles what c man y papers, articles, rev- Udited States honored by' nager in a coffee station and I Copyright 1950
be found in almost any views and d books dealing the Club were presented --
Negro community in rural with *the. Negio in West u'ith awards by President SHAKESPEARE intellectual approach to the4
South of the U.S. Africa, Dutch Guiana, Hai- Harry. Truman. THE GREA. problem over 400 years ago:
t i, and the United States. E PSYCHOLOGIST
the authors add to our 'arch in all these places, as A ewcurse in w h Do I take part: the rarer
knowledge of the Negro welt .aASw cineinweb action is
ainmily, the respective roles wells in Trinidad and students attempts to a ly In virtue than in vengean-
of men and women and Brazil. modern psychiatric methods: ce.
New World styles of Ne- FI orn in Russia in e to the characters in various Dr. Schneider, author of
ro music. They show, OVITS, born in si .Shakelpeare's, playss being the recently published book
moreover, how the drainat- 1897, studied anthropology .. tdught at Coluimhia Universi- ,The Psychoanalyst and the
c texture of Tocoan life at Columbia Uiers hool y for ty .by -an English professor.: Artists, claims that modern
leads to aggressive beha- anh She has ----- and fivd psychiatrists who. psychoanalysis derives a
-vior and a search for. self- Social Research. She Ma o- mw u CfNr are well versed in Shakespea, great portion of its roots
epcontribued to the -,Arts M.a't a slvc r-a -p ,rrl re. f r
expression to achieve psyc gazine, New Republic, Poetry from the great poets and dra
ologcal stability. In the atre Arts, and Yale Rev From a ipsychosmatic an- matists of the past and that
rites of the Baptist Shout- Theatre Arts, and is coauthor with gle. Shakespeare was way a- Shakespeare was the great-
ers sect they discover the her husband of Outline 0o head of his tinie, as it is now -st analyst of them all.
beginnings of African religious Dahoean Religious -Belie' ahead of his time, as it is a Maybe Dr. Scheider is
aion of African religious Rebl Deo s pretty well Established that r'ght!
worship into Protestansim. (1933), Rebel Destiny the e vstaraing n b C
In their own language the Among the Bush Negr, the ever-increasing number CULTURE
tocoans explain theitk of Dutch Guiana (1934) 2 o various bodi disorders By A. L. THOMAS
need for a religion of affirm and Suriname Folklor( is associated with inner ten- The works of Shakespea-
tion of a ritual thatafills the (1936) sons that are mental or emo re I have preferred I
body with joy) and not one PRICE $'4.75 OBTAINABL |ional in origin. With calm, For many years "A
that emphasizes sin. AT THE L rational effectiveness, Sha- To frustrated Bards
In T idad Vi large the A. LA CARAVELLE kespeare displayed a highly Still dry behind thi ears.
reader will find portrayed BO SHOP
a people whose ways of He who sacrifices his
life are both strange and conscience to s ambition
familiar. The anthropolo- burns a picture to obtain 5
gist will be particularlythe ashes.
IN THE WORLD THE CENTRE D'ART Katharine Cornell, Ameri-
OF BOOKS PUBLICITY COMMITTEE can actress in the role of
In a few days the public Cleopatra, he r favorite iA
will see the book of one of Shakespearean heroine. MAGAZINES
,Haiti's young historians The Centre d'Art an- I
M. Gerarl Laurent's History ounces that they have for- -__
(f Haiti. This is a good med a publicity committee I
6ook which Will contri- of which Rooul Dupoux is A great fortune depends on ENGLISH
"*te to making this country President, Pierre Monosiet lucl, a small one on diligen- Sole distributor of the
,own abroad. Embassies, Secretary and Hilda Wil- ce ove N York Herald Trib
may be provided with the Rigaud Benoit, and ]obert Politeness doesn't cost any (Deliver daily to your..door). .. -
book. rWilson members, thing. It w cu!dn't be worth A LA CARAV EL Rotx
,._anything if it did. A J- nten 3t95
Anon I t.el. 3495
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HAITI SUN SUNDAY OCT. 22nd.
PLACES TO EAT PLACES FOR FUN
is Italian Ravioli
S A PREMIUM
.:" aSTEAK .-, I i
I TO DAY, ,
Champ de Mars
OUR -SODA FOUNTAIN
THOSE COOLING, DELICIOUS DRINKS, MALTS
AND ICE CREAM
LA BELLE CREOLE
Dishing Up GENUINE GERMAN
Dshnmg Up BEER, FRANKFURTBM
GOOD FOOD ANE
is our specialty BEER GARDEN
SLSONOBBE -- BONDELS.
I (Exposition Grounds)
COOL OFF '
5.000 Ft. above Sea- Level ER 9 *
Cuisine Rooms T ,K%
and Wine Cellar
CHATELET DES FLEURS AT
INE- AUX ORCHIDEEi
DWAM AI WELCOME Pi
COOL SPOT e
SATURDAY NIGHT HIGGINAR M
AT. BAR M NTJI CARL 0
FEATURES TI RO RO N
ORT AU PRINCES and his drums THE
MOST rRUE HAYTIAN 'MUSIC AM E R I C A',Sw
LUXURIOUS RUE DU QUAl EXCLUSIVE GAMBLING
RESTAURANT -NOTICE ROULETTE, DICE -21,
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Port- au- Prince
(American Style Grocery)-
Rue P4vee 2 blocks
From the Grand Rue
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SUNDAY OCT. 22nd. HAITI SUN PAGc 9
Mr. Louis Daniel Sendral I cho, are and M1r. and Mrs day from attending a confe-
L returned from a business Milton Louis Steinfeld. 1 rance in Kingston.
trip to the big Eastern Cities Mr William Bonnefil left ,
of America last Monday. last weefl on a business trip Mr. Ulrick Duvivier left
.,IVMr. Kenneth Goldman ar- to the States. last week for Santiago Chili,
rived from Kingston Jamai- Monday Mr. Carl, Debros- to attend a conference of H1is
ca last week. ie left for Havana. torians and Geographers. Mr
Mr. Pierre Assad left on Mr and Mrs Raymond Vi- Duvivier who was the form-
a business trip to the U.S. tal were blessed with a er principal of Lycee .Petion
]O Monday. daughter last Sunday they and now is the director of
Gerard Allen arrived have named her Stephane. !Cdurs Ulrick Duvivier will
r ^ back intown last week. Mrs. Vital is the former return to Port-au- Prince this
(ITarzan returns j vey returned from Puerto Ri Mr. Peter Wells, who ar- Alice Lespinasse. week.
Gustav is back! Gustav co where she underwent a se rived from the U.S. Tues- Mrs. Jacques- Etienne, Mrs Signs oi the times.., the
Dalla Valle well know" bv, rious operation at the Ro- day is stopping at the Ibo Talavera Torres and Ruth substitution of vive tor vo.
all in these parts, ret drioius hospital in San Lele. I Roy left Thursday for a 3 tez.
to Port- au- Prince last week Juan. Melcourt. Poux returned I month holiday in Mexico.
after an absence o.f six f, the city Monday. Lhie Southerland cele-
months. Gustav accomplish- Mita and Frederique From the US. Mr Murray A daughter was born to brated his 18 th birthday
.ed rrNuch in those six months The daugtBers of Mr. K.nobel accompanied by John Mr and Mrs Adrien Gardere Oct. 6th. with a party at
.he m tarried Rene, travelled to George Naude, businessman Cannover, Harry Meyerson on Wednesday. Mrs. Gardere his home in etionville. In
rope stayed in France and Belgian Consul in Hai- and Paul Benton returned to is the former Marie Thareas absence of his mother irs.
Italy (gained 15 lbs in Italy ti, gave a party at their ho- Port Thursday. Millet. Barbara Southerland who
on the good old home town me in Petionville last week Faye Riddleberger arriv- is in the U.S. and expected
fare. Mica and Frederique who ed from the U.S. Wednes- Mr. and Mlrs Andre Ger- to return to Port at the end
On returned from Europe ai back in the at e &oend
he tnrell ove a grear arrived back in the city day and is staying at the des and Frantz returned to of the month, Silv prove
part e d e states. Dullast July bad been attending f-Ioel Citadelle. Port-a -Prince last week. ided- a beautiful birthday
part of the eUnited States. D Shu tz VAercier is ba k' '
ring his travels in the U. S arote a business trip tS the ce. .
Gustav gavp demonstrations S'ates. i o L 't, .
a'nd lectures on the art of Henri Rigaud returned to Do Lu gwitzh i an age
SpTar rFshing edHtoenri Rigaud returned tot of. PlwnR uiotione Dauphe len
Spear pushing the City last Sunda o.ly. ,oD Pbin, left
He ilh Clea e flor San last week on a business trip','
He. will leave for Miami Arrived 4rom Caracas last to the. United States. .
this week and return with Sunday were Mrs Alice U-
M December garte, Gregoria Geronimo, Helen Ryan .i staying a
they intend to make their j ose Suse and Carme.n.. the Hotel
home here. the Hotel Citadelle. i .. A.
Those parties at chezz Claude -Stephen Jre'urned to '
Hall are becoming ade rep- town on WednMesday. r and Mrs Leonard La '"
our) for diplomatic 'Mr M ax Bissainthe Gene- man arrived in this City
n e t. w e e k S g W l sm a n a r r i v e d -ui n t h is C i t y .
nel. Little aW e st a.ra director of Goverrcment Thursday and are sopping.
perfect Ms 's Libraries returned Wednes- at the San Souci.
.gagehient of Miss
-Viyiane' Lilevois' to Dr Pier ',
re lpermont has V been an- -B .. B '
nounced. PHOTO.BY rLIX BOX
Lt. Dominique of the N SATURDAY NIGHT AT CHOUCOUNE --- Jro- .-
tionai Palacegu'iard left- for Left to right. M. CARRIE, Mr. and ,Mrd..i egdings, e*e...d
Fort Benning Georgia on a Mr, Moody and.M. Andre THEART.
four month trading, course the R6tarian Acardemy' in American Agricultural At-
Foreign correspondent Jim Word from Paris is that ce, returned to the States
my Tuck returned to the U the well known Brother Ro Thursday, to attend the fun
S. last monday. mual, has left the Brother- eral of her Aunt, who died : '
Senour ShevLle de Floran hood. Brother Romual was last Wednesday. -We, offer
ce, Senor B._ MelpGrt and for many ydA principal of our condolensces to the Hu-
Senor E. f.ter Cuban in- St-4Louis of Gonaque Colle- berts.
distraiIsts9-rived from Hage -., Port- au- Prince. Paul Van's Gravesande ar 9V
vana last week, and are Married in Habana on rived in Port Thursday,and
staying at the hote- Splen- October 5th. were Gunther is sopping at the Hoel Ma
did. Andersen arld Luise Bondel. jestic.
Tec. Sgt. Waler Wil- After spdin.h:g several days James Stuart arrived Thurs~p
Hams, accompanied by, wife Cu.ba the newly wed day.'and is staying at the ElI
son Jeffrey,, and sweet hand couple cross to ((Tower Wlel Raficho.
shaking Jill their Alstian to enjoy the reut of their ,ho. Rosary Snyder who is
S dog arrived from Panama neymcon. Mr Anderson on staying at the Citadelle Ho-
last week. Sgt. Williams his return to the City Sun- el arrived last Thursday.
has been.assigned to. the In' day, had good things to sa)
ter-American Geodetic sur- about Tower Isle
ce and is at present staying with every known facility, Antrived Thursday and
at the Hotel Oloffsoti. but the service, ano the rea stopping at the Hotel Roose-
Mr. Auther O'Neil gave sonable cost, .r igs ma- velt are Katherine Low and
Cocktail party monday kes one wS-... u .,,Honey- joan -Dietz.N
night in honour. of Gustav moon there for life. ,
IDalla Valle, It was report-. . Mr and Mrs Murray Ro-
t.d that the party was a 1Mr and Mrs. Frank James sen are staying at the Hotel
thoughly enjoyable one. I arrived last week from. Sta- St-Francis in Petionville.
Senor N. Quintero a busi tes and are staying at the Mr Louis iardere returned
ness executive from Equa- Chatelet des Fleuirs in Kens from. a business trip to San
dor arrived from ChicagoI coff. Juan last Thursday.
last week and is staying at I Clare 13rauda, .and Adele Ben Baldwin is. staying at "
the hotel Splendid. 'l Casey from the U.S. are the El Rancho. M rituti/lraw ,...bot '....... I.. ...'
Mrs Max Leighty wife of stoDping at Ibo Lele, this gg wtran atrsae a ing. .
ajor Leighty Officer in I week. Arrived from Mirami and im sm. 'g' c a sT
charge of the Geodetic Stur- Mrs Hubert, wife of the staying. at the Hotel El Ran- ,BRAblJJsrl DE LA COURONNE S..A .
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(Edgar Allan Poe)
A, gallant knight,
In sunshine and in shadow,
Had journeyed long,
Singing a song,
In search of Eldorado
But he grew 'old-
This knight so bold, -
And o'er his heart a shadow
Fell as he found
No sport of ground
That looked like Eldorado
And 'as his strength
Failed him at length
.He xet a pilgrim shadow
<<.Shadow'., said he,
,(Where can it be-
The Taj Mahal in India
was ,begun in 1631.
ARIES: (ruled by Mars)
Birthdays between March 21
st. and 31 st."
Persons born under this
sign love adventure and ex-
ploring, but have a tendency
to let their enthusiasm run
away with them, as they are
not easily discouraged.
These people are usually
very w, ll liked because of
their good nature and kindly
ways, and sincere desire to
be o.f help to others.
Romance olays a large
n ;n t..j 1; f-L.- .. A
This land of Eldorado? rians, an
O. ver bbe mountains likely to
Of the moon
Down the valley of the Sha-
S' dow BE!
Ride, 'boldly ride),
The shade replied
c Iif you seek for Eldorado!) Bees (t
Men Versus years
Women- pollen, he
A <(HAITI SUN" 1O
Poll shQws.w o m e n dis-
S'like men who are stin -
although men arp inclined to
overlook stininess in girls.
W. omen don't like smug, sa- I
S. drastic men, either.
S aBlase, cynical men, I loa-
j-.\ the) says lovely, Claudette
Colbert. And that's the way
men feel toward gals. too
Women dislike mren who
think they're good looking.
But most of all, women dis-
like men who chase other wo
It. took one women 21
years to decide to divorce a
man because he had taken
only two baths in all that ti-
i me. But most women wait
only a couple of years to gi-
e husbands the works for
A woman can fall head
overtin-cups in love with a
ne'er do-well. She can put up
with a man who's a law brea
ker, who cusses, drinks,beats,
'her. But hot with a man who
--And if a man had most the
: qualities of a saint if he'
.were gentle, strong, mature,
charming, successful, intelli- i
; gent, witty, kind, generous i
but had a yen for other wo-
men he .probably would rate
exactly zero with the girl
friend. ,- .
Y ,' -
ne lie L Ui Ltese A-
d their devotion is
be a 'profound and
This sign governs the head
and when it is badly aspect-
,sd we find many injuries
and aliments affecting that
part of the body.
TAURUS ruled by Venus)
Birthdays between April 21
and May 20
Persons born under this
sign have a great capacity;
'for friendship. An attractive
well-managed home is a sour,
ce of great joy to these affect
tionate Taureans, and to be
surrounded by those they lo
ve at anniversary celebra-
tions or family get together
mean a happy existence for
them. This sign governs the
throat, and we find many
fine singers born at this 'ti-
me; when the sign is badly
aspected, however, we. find
many ailments affecting that
part of the body.
ES (TALKD fellows' by dancing outside
BY DANCING the hive. His whirling, ex-
plains to the workers the ex-
:alk by dancing, re act location and distance of,
Karl Von Frish of i the find. So precise is the in
who has spent 40 formation that bees who had
d inc thP in p f T I I 0l I 4- --1
'Moin soti la ville Jacmel
Ma prale La Vallee
En arrivan'ni carre.four
Bain.et panama'm tomb6 '
Moin sorti la Ville Jacmel
Ma prale La Vallbe
En arrivan'm carrefour
Bain.Et panama'm tombe
Ca qui derrie ramass li
'Ca qui' derri6 ramass6 li
This song is about a man
travelling from Jacmel to
La Vall&e who drops his hat
at Carrefour Bainet,and asks
who ever comes behind him
to pick it up.
(This cong is often confus-
ed with the Panarna'm tom-
b6 that is about a former
uyiing iie i-nsec II Inever ueen there easy (Recordings of Haitian Mu
iscovers .a stock of found a special bed of flow- sic -by El Saieh are obtain
Sells for the other ers several miles distant. ble at the uLa Belle Creoles
ILLY WOODSTAM OON
'SENSATIONA- NEW SCREEN STAR AT 18 i
GOT HER FIRST OPPORTUNITY IN FILMS ,/
BECAUSE SHR WAI A TALENTED PIANIST. /
L 4JJ I I 1 HRFRS WN-UP ROMANTIC "
ROLE IN OUT OP THIS WORLD SHE )-I
IS MADE LOVE T'O BY EDDIE BRA CK. 1
A CROONER IN 4P8. Aj, ,
ASK ME i
1. -What do the ir4tials
N. H. A. stand for?
2. -When and where was
the first automobile race in
the United States?
3. Name a famous
French designer who was En
glish by birth..
4. In the. game of brid-
ge, .wlat is a psychic bid?
5. What causes Mexi-
can jumlping.beans to jump?
6. Name the United Sta
tes Presidents 'hlo have woln
the Nobel Peace Prime.
1. National Housing Agen-
2 At Chicago, 11l. on Nov-
ember 28, 1895.
4. A bluff bid intended to
fool the opponents.
5. They are inhabited by
grubs of an insect which
writhe and double up, caus
ing the bean to jump.,
6. Theodore Roosevelt in
1906, and Woodrow Wil-
son in, 1918.
1. Give the plural of ox
2. What are the Ever-
What was the Emancipa-
4. What is a collier?
5. (The Hub of the U-
niverse) is the nickname .for
2. Great swamp of Florida
3. O'n January 1, 1863, A-
braham Lincoln ordered all
4. A- coal miner; a navy
coal supply ship.
An old lady, who is assis-
tant wardrobe mistress of a
current musical comedy, ca-
me into the Hotel Astor
branch of a brokerage' firm
last year to invest her ser-
ings. She placed an o' "
ifor one' hundred shares .f
So. Pacific, which she got at
$35 a share. I was in the
office some months later
when she came in to get her
.check for a nice profit of $.
make money on the stock
markets she said with a
The broker hasn't yet had
the heart to tell her that the
So. Pacific she bought was
a railroad, not a muscle co-
medy From (,Life in the
Unit-d Staes in Reader's
[AITI SUN, __SUNDAY OCT. 22nd.
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BRITIAN'S ate. ,A Hague court of the ($20.000) to the president of zuela i.. Nasples, Dr. Francis will redeem the $20 pieces
NEW HOUSE press has been established)., the so-called firm who was co Visconti, who left Italy, at 40 dollars, but coin collec-
OF COMMONS Within 30 days the direct- identified by police as Rena- ?on"-. time ago. tors have swamped him with
-rs of the Inter- American to Giunta. Giunta was ar- DENVER COLO calls offering nearly three
Press Association will create rested last week. Retired Upholsterer 'Wil- times that much.
The reconstruction of r-' an Int-r-American Commit- Police said they received liam J. Carstens considered
tain's new House of bombs tee Institute or Court of information that when the sinking a shaft in the base- VENEZJEI.A., CANADA
mons, destroyed by bombs Freedom' which will have au- workers arrived in Vene.zue meant of his home Saturday SIGN TRADE PACT
during the Nazi blitz in 1941 thority to make investiga- la they were left without'after finding $90 in gold
is now nearing completion, tons and reports., any assistance and without' coin while digging a fruit Venezuwela and Caracas sig
On October 26 it will be for-, The tribunal will receive money for their return ho- cellar. ned a new one- year special
really opened by King Geor- complaint from any member me. To dat.-, Mr. Carstens has Commercial agreement wed-
ge VI in a traditional cerem- of the association even if the 'The emigrants left Italy uncovered six coins, two of Under the agreement,
ony of splendor. accuser if not directly affet- with regular passports and which are $2.0 gold pieces Under the agreement,
The new House retains, in ed by infringement on free- entry visas for Venezuela is-rl ated 1900 and 1898. which goes into effect imme
- general, all the characteris- dom' of the press in the spe- sued by the consul of Vene-! The, government, he found diately, .both countries will
tics-f the old, with the long cific case. reduce tariffs from high gen-
narrow chamber headed by By a majority vote the tri eral rates to lower most fa-
the Speaker's chair and seats bunal will determine whe- vored nation rates. ^
arranged so that the Govern- their the complaint deserves ..... Canada has beS;n conducting
ment and Opposition parties to be investigated. If invest a drive to strengthen her- re,
face each other a centu- nation is approved, the di- lations with Latin America.
ries' old custom which is be- rective board will communi- "Indications are that other a-
lieved. to have influenced the cate with the government of agreements will soon besigned
development of the British the country involved and with Colombia, Ecuador, Cas
parliamentary system and, in 'asked its conformity and full ta Rica and Honduras.
turn, development of de- for investigators In each case Canada will
turn, the guaraeespfotin
mocratic institutions through If the government refuses to have in mrind the t'emen-
out the world. permit the investigation and dous possibilities Latin Ame-
All the woodwork will be to grant guarantees, the di- rican countries hold for Ca-
of English oak the "trad- rectorate will inform all nadian goods which may be
itional timber of Britain members of the association, finding a declining market in
ut rom trees two and three I (giving it the greatest publi- -t_. : Europe. .
hundred years old; the carv- city possible). INDIANS WHAC
ing has been carried out by In the government accepts BABIES
some of Britain's finest the investigation a comi
craftsmen, MWherever they :sion of three journalists who, Val D'or. Que. Indians
look, members of Parliame.n
of every political creed will
-see evidence of the warm
S bonds of friendship that link
ritni;n nwith the other na-
are member of the associa-
tion will be named to make
an on the spot inquiry.
tions of the British Common- LATIN AMERICAN
wealth. The Commonwealth EXPORTS TO U. S.
has contributed most of the SET 1950 RECORD
.furnishings of the House.' Washingon, -- Co mrce
Australia has donated the DEpartment trade figures for
Speaker's Chair; the Table' August indicate United Sta-
of the House comes from Cai tes purchases from Latin A-
nada; the elaborately carved merican during that month
doorways are the gifts of In may set a new 1950 record.
dia and i akistan; the two The Department says total _
traditional Dispath Boxes co imports from all over the SHAW SUNNING. Day nurse Sister Horan takes
me from New, Zealand; South world broke all records in world- famous playwright George Bernard Shaw out for
Africa has given chairs for' dollar value, jumping from a little sunshine in the garden of his hom, at Ayot St.
the Clerks; Newfoundland a July's $F08.800.000. to $819. Lawrence in England. Shaw, addened by his semi-dinvali
set of six chairs which will' 400.o000 This is about 500,"o dism, has stated that he may neVEr write again. He 'as
go to the Prime M elilster's above the monthly 1949 ave- recently released from a hospital after an operatiorf for a
c6n-ferenee table; Ceylon has rage and about 20o o above broken thigh bone. ,,
given the seat for the Ser- the 1950. average.
ge-ant- at- Arms and Nigeria At the same time exports
has provided furnishings for lagged and imports exceeded
the Division Lobbies. Gifts exports for the first time sin
of wood panelling have come ce June, 1937.
from the British colonies. It was said +hat the sharp .
frm heBrtiholnis. jump in imports can be attri
INTER AMERICAN PRESS but.ed to increased purchases
COURT ESTABLISHED o.f coffee, sugar, food pro-
The Inter- American Press ducts and textile fibers
Conference took action torecapitulaion with Latin A-
p'reserve the freedom of ble trade balnce.
press in the western heis- Informed sources said the- "'
re was little doubt that final
here through the pressure
of pub opinion. recapitulation will Latin A-
of public opinion e re merican will have a favora-
source and incorruptible N
court on which journalisM NAPLES
relies .for its own defense ,
stated a resolution adopted One hundred and twenty
-by acclamation. workers from southern Italy
The resolution creates for have been sent to Venezuela
the first time. machinery to by a firm which has turned ........
investigate complaints of in- out to be non existent, poli- fAIING HISTORY.-President Truman tlks with
fringement Of freedom of the ce. reported today. General Douglas Mac Arthur and the general's political
oress. The workers paid a corn- adviser, Bri. Gen. Courtney# Whitney, during the signi-
Tn t wordss of one deleg- mission of 13.000.000" lire ficant conferences on Far East policy at Wake Island
42 ; . _
, at Great Lalke Mistassini, in
northern Quebec, put their .
children to sleep by spanking;
them, says Constable Paul' f
Mr. Champagne, who re-
cently visited the Indians
said that children are prop-
pod up in their papose car-
ries while an older brother
spanks them gently with a i
paddle. A few whacks and
.he baby is asleep, tired out.
from squirming away from
4 FALL CARIBBEAN
TRIPS ANNOUNCED ti
Four fall West Indies and
South America cruises from
New York were announced '
last saturday by Furness Li-
The voyage will be priced
at a minimum o.f $t. 325 and
will employ the corn(pany's-z.:,
twin liners FOrt Townshend :"
and Fort Amherst. Two will
be of twenty-one- days dura
tion and two of twenty- two
days. The Oct. and Dec.
15 voyages are longer type.
The two other cruises will
leave Nov. 3 and 24.
Regular ports of call will
be St- Thomas and St.Croix"
in the Virgin Islands; St.
K,itts, St.Lucia, Trinidad,Gre
nada, St-Vincent, Bambados,
and Amigua, in the Britis
West In'dies; Puerto de Hii
ro, in Venezuela, and Ma
ique, in the French West".
dies. An extra stop at].
muda is Sch duled for
Oct. cruise, and an ddii
tional day at Trinidad o a
the Dec. 15 trip. ,
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Laborism a're those of evolu- y o mission of the Jun-
tion.and those shall be the On Wednesday .morning, a Govermssion of the follow-
lines which shall mark, dur- October 18th. a mass was ra ppointments he follow- a v e
ing my government, the so- celebrated in commemora- ing appointmentsde: have
cial and economic develop- tion of the death of Ante- 1een made:
ment of Brazil,, nor Firmin, 100 year ago, Antoine Gauier to rank of
Vargas said-, *During my' Haitian patriot of interna- Anto V esselGau Ensier to rank of
government the fundame.-tal tional fame. Flowers were Vessel Ens of Gardes Co
lines of the international 'p0- deposited upon his statue tes of Haiti;
licy o.f Brazil shall to conti- that lies at the Museum. 2. First Master AsIrel
nue to be respect for corn- At 3.00 p.m. the ceremo- Surena to the rank of Adju
mitments made, ever closer nial inauguration of the tant of Navy Gardes Cotes
tighter collaboration with monument erected in his of Haiti.____ ___
Ithe countries of our hemis- memory took place. Ante- SHIPPING
Sphere, enlargement and im- nor' Firmin is the au- On Thursday SS Geiruly
provement of continental so- thor of various books on from the U.S. with 500 tons i;
lidarity. anthropology, a m o n g of merchandise arrived in .
F which are -Egalite des Ra- Port-au-Prince. After un-
RJEADY FOR ces Humaines", and uPresi- loading she left for Ciudad .!
THE. dent Roosevelt,. Trujillo.