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Haiti sun ( November 5, 1950 )

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SUNDAY' NOV. 5TH.


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S-', ighting back biieyve acrji !
ai .A._,M *~o territory over-which they,
retr'eated'nl~y a few days,
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be": received to, : habek to the wort. Anme
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Er t eticn a o mieii, l w q Nailing to' 4iffoa t th ROR troops
wt From T toriA t jidt, Cotas already at SdngN (47 0*e RQ fdzces headed (bo.o
sioner Frank J. Quay4e, and Thief Wesley 'William and ken arrows) for big vesfir* (febets)a ort1.0 a of
Caq. -Elie. The picture was' taken last Wednesda at the Iwo U.S. Marines cleaned out by-passed Reds at
Fire Brigade .HeaddaAtet mo Ne Yor City. Wonsan (5).
(See story no Page 12onsan (5).


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HAITI SUN SUNDAY NOV. 5 tb.

bUND THn URW fEE . ..*
co's 'first elected Governor L. government, its police and cessary steps for the preser--
TEL AVIV. ISRAEL. Israe. WASHINGTON, D. C., firs elected Governor Luis tinits of the Puerto Rican Na- vation of order.-
Monoz Mazin number ,less tional. Guard. Both the U. S. government
ishope to .get o supph Novmber 2, 1950 than 500 of the Island's rorc and the Insular Government
"freos sunflowers growing N, br2 90" i:::n sa
i theNegeoeert wdr- than 2,000,000 inhabitants.. a ge to Governor have'taken extreme care to-
Sthe Neger desert wilder- TIn their misguided attempt have, aocordig-g e Island o'b Mu noz inn today, Presi see that the people or Puerto.
neS of southern Israel. against President',. .Trun.ridn:j,,.... _.i ., / .. .'. ''..
Th n s H e Pe si$.servers;, n i ed to di- d.ea..'Tk a xpresse his Rico have full 'and free op-
tee newspaper Haboker t.two me mbet...o e p
-- ,.-. '... vert th e P.tier b--.6can p eer . ..eWs w e
said sunflowers shouldsup- Rico's extremist ..ai .. v th .r .. . y e f opportunity to ex es whe
..r ." "-.fror. _iPressziq ee;.,fte-,'6 v
ply allthe rw material nee- Party attacked q '..an 0 from. express f .eely e-,. nies of the members of. the their they want to adopt such
S r l s has strongly adMbc$ted,. 4V their or nt the ish to d"dt nuliPolc and the Na A Constitution and also what
dd for rael's oil' consump prted the Natialst as their own co in. r or wound- it should contain. The law
B..on- Poe nations at Puerto fico. Barely dis'urbanices have includeda---.. a enacted by the U. S. Congress
.VICTORIA, B.C. Prose- six. months after assuming shooting attempt from an au-,a e t attacks.A. declares: aThis Act shall be
ett& 4ns t often get the Presidency, Truman first tomobile, against the G er- He addea .thbse who have declares: This Act shall be
tOm 0Dile, against thle tC over- L : p...
thank, espedally. from the expressed his strong convic- enor's Palace in Sn Juan, an died or suffered wounds in submitted to qualified voters
..tion that the people of the n n uan, defense of law and orde of Puerto Rico for acceptan-
Wiso. the men roeCUt Caribbean Island, now a U. scattered attacks on police ce or rejection through an Is-
ti tht one woman was ga S. territory, should decide stations and ,post offices in of democratic government celand-wide r eferndum to be
decid andpostin dne th gx~itr~de Q theland-wide teferend'ui $0 be-
teful or her husband beig themselves *hat they tefuio her ''Laaias.at fth shd r.iqd
husband~~~~% ..- Imgle attey(R01 pt held in- accordance with the
call to couAt and ordered desire fr,- their political' fu- Latest formation'from Puer- atio o- less .thta those -
to pay hospital insurance turek, iot, excluding indepen to Rico indicates that the Na-1 who harve died for the same laws of Puerto Rico. Up on
tospRica inicte tt eN- the voters participating In
Sdence.-In a Special' message. tionalist outbrmeek is under greater. such a referred, the Lgis-
N ';er husbanUl now.is in a to Corngress on October 17, The que Btl. Ig. the-dt IIn' ,that'such a referendum, the Legis-
c:.":1'pt !,-f.h cin""'-. on~trol. The q---e,,,wo the' ...; ..'
ptal a if 'the action 1945; trinnan' said jlt is the ou ,reak h e thp -pathdi, n ow : Ander
-huin't been taken we'd be se't" policy of th"s govern- prel by I a a r thie .we eInsular Continued on Page lw
-,. .,, p l y a1owi au,0ont~ies We, taken all ne
f.aced,. with hsital bills we ment to promote the poiti-"
i.ddn't io she aid. cal, social and economic de- .
K E. DE!'. f, A Is' velopment of people who ha- 'g '
N,. E III-.,a nINIwA. -Is venbt.yet attained full self-'
i',..p g 'a new airline fleet government, and. eventually
m the dusty five-year-old to n dk 'it possible for them'
#1 of war disposals left of g 'd pr tIt is our pri-.
.. h by the Allies. de it i wa.faith
S.The. Comniunications Mi- full uf
i", m 'sr had announced that the P
-hiinonh -'- t':"Vd a,b
w.eged oCurtiss Corn th
V> 771',fineiiginedt
ndo, used in wartime to that4l t-
rry ~freight, will be recon- I dep -
ditW6ned as passenger ..pla- men 4
nes. India's present coinmer de
,._.cial fleet nconsiss faigely df 1It .
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anoth er lae, the nio e

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crs iveranot9 t e in 0
n 10", t .& botr 'govetnxentt which they de-f :
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ldt1 -..t' .* &ih Ma- sir&i .: ,
"m or cait box. During a visit. tcPuertR i
H S iwed cits c6ditts to a co, in 1948, the Presidentt
tfo: V i'fo1g6tte to reaffirmed his conviction
'with these words: cI have
-Copeinhagg, Den- 'said to the Congress several
a gorg~is odelcu I tmiejsr an44 vRieWpl3aOib--,g e twhc isld oan -
acros dbus hndel to timo- the I~reweat;it TTCITY- Targe" of the newest Communist drive. is Lhasa, capital of
7; Tl ... ..''h t i.: i
desl 'e nigho- pe'hs e Puhaiv e the -.-g Tibet, .h hicnvd is td .aim of an attack by Chinese Reds An army of 10.000 men
Sl s invaded,,Tibet,. accord ig, to the Indian Government. Spearheads Were said
.jj l t rj cOit'determineafor fhemkbel -
nag,he ed ert. Rico's political relations to be, withirh200 miles of Lhasa. .
."toe parent hip to tbfe continental United ......'
o sply 'the garment be- S .'.
StatesKr ruman's support oa
'ne She made quite a; ..s o.
nigh! self&gvergent for Puert
.- Rib, h"oe has gon 'fa" '
a E Dwy brought bebmnd words. In 1946. he ap -
o"f RW san pointed as Govenor of Puer-
el. !oNew Yr t Rico the' firnatit eve"
complee h A'is ,eNcew Y kok A y
.i, bdbre hea had to hold that post,Jesus T.Pue
e." A' year later he. gdspor-
Ampleted his sentence, au ted, and, the U, S. ioreos
.k e "Sig, 5 ,g f o..r aP.uoved, a law graitimgbthe
:anptrwalk. o pep le o!. Puerto Rico th-
.. wl, right to elect 'their own Go
H OOD' 4 nor, and to 'sblect all their
own-.national officers leave for -
... ut eon stable iight th 'Auditot and the. jiadges
t.:' Alau.t'he.n.y- tbengt -
... ."" ood ae oftheir Supreme Court. Le.
-:d r~ n o..ood a re q V,
hiifi~b5 ai tire's ~ thi aour months 40b, on Jir-
g.as nlio f.Even fam- y"3; Truman signed an Act
.ii'tSI.4-f~a 1 's popular passed .lby the 'present U. S.
-cor yeqrs has given a' the Congress which gave the peo-
,.:ht. aOther. spots just han- ple of Puerto Rico the right
going on may shutter for good to select all their 6ffioers and-
...a. .qht t3i.. Touristsoare also .made provisions for them
a.o g hAxi.W so 0gay to write their own constitu-
i .ffr.ey.',..(..om~e ..movie .tion,. if they, wanted to. 'Obe.
tB-.. homes current outbreak-. of violen- .
i a oe incited by thy Nationalists;- CIEAN- UP DAY. British troops in.- the drive toward the ManchUrian hoe.
.. a. who according to Puerto Ri- der pause to direct North Korean villagers, in a cleansup- of their strEets.
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SUDAY TV~. HAITI SUN

HAITI THIS WEEK...

SO nd and re Ulyse ma whose management is dence of Panda. The Bo- death are being rcat
e eec es. reat'numb- rusted to thl specialist Hit-
FOOIhMiAL COMMITTEE e ern ee preset at g Racine. These co -ses livarian society of Hait or- Fortunately it h *&
VISTS ts nietig which end which are to place on Mon ganized or s purpose at cable received. M .day . i
S-PRESIDEr t'ECT With speech by MOP's day and Friday of every the MfC a grand radiopho- ounces t1 t
PAUL ; eader, Deputy elect Daniel wek are made possible r fiival dfin ich ipr -' c. '
SM'Mnday mortiing the PFigliIle. th k the M Daidd Borges afid St. rece' n tnew
'e F 'aieeoam panied .,T- or gn og the spirit o collab Victor Jn. aptilfe dflive- and s to our en,- -
.i.. ,Victor S Deo~~ST~rC~,IO N oration of. _the Director Ge-d spehs in 'oi i temora a .e pr .
tatio e . TbfthI enMc A nral of national Education.
f Butr6u 6f Sports and WORK RESUMED AT -a of NaioalEdtio n d f stheh-iriapedeinc of, n : ": ': :y
'r esi Beaker, reptesenta- THE OLD CATHEDRAL Mr- mesmit Gabrl. .. Per- the valiait people of Pani;a- t RET Tf. .
i r theCl e ate Since dy t sons. Interested' may regist- J
wt r eive of t Cl -Paul traction work on the old er at the aFoyer des Arts i
were' received by Col. aul Plastiques,, Rue du Centre THE JUNTA ..
agloire. Ty suited to athedral as been resume No. 108. These Courses STATE OF HEALTH OF :GOVENMENT .
Col. Paul ilagloire the pro- ed nder e direcon o titute a new initiative DR. BAYARDELLE TAMt E-PASSA*GE ... -. '
tbl of- the Federation. The F rEhneerof Pe lc W r of the .Foyer- adding to i -I * TO 'GONA1V*, ;.
Sfialan problem facing the Fe- t its already l~rge education- The relatives and friends. Friday evening at Or10O..0
.MceiatioB today 1% the need SWEDISH CONSULATE al program. of.Dr. Christian Bayardelle P.M. the mdk5ars t ,f jc ..
Sa' larger training field. FLAG, AT HALF MAST were affected by the news Goverhmenit Jnta t aconmupa :
'Tho-, present football ground, The flag of Swedish received on Friday last that nied By St9f-dffiiri; d 'bi, "a
Cpark 'Leonte, is not sufi- Consulate in Port-ai Prin- E Dr. Bayardelle who. reach- nit Minislets i varriots .
*,cebt tt h6ld all the temas ce aas well as that ,f t ANNIVERSARY OF THE Jaris two months ago officials I 'l"" by- boak
T partauPriice at iS sh Legation are at h INDEPENDENCE OF was severely il. Mme Ba- fora'tdaiv es ehere w. ey
to practice. Although a field m owing to the death ofL PANAMA qse' urenet was ret sist i. the cereidnidls i. Cis dM .oonrtrutan at Pe- ICing Gustave VI. quested urgently .ind she sist t th Ceremisals..;
tidnvi"e' and at Groix- des- _. -- -- Noveiriber jrd was the an-, left 9n unday last to join t-riicy s-sions. They -
Boqthrete. tis' does not solve :* PTN RTUE niversty 'of the Indepen- her husband. Rumors of his retiiti- Saturday 'fvete-n. -
the ,ptobl e here in Port au- .NT OF THE
.Pr*nl. Fo6tball is Haiti's na CO... LOURT AT,
oSul s port aid it is gaining ONAIE -.
-popularity *ith the local and Mr. Laortue has iII r
fotfeigr popilatiofr'S6 much been appointed president of
-sothatf every f Wdyday thel.the Civi t do aiv es .
Peinlg one of the mr"wit ,u,,
c!.W& tt i.t. .gam,. -. r.EL )"U"
at.'Pl Le-o~-tmare lifted of t ,' BAt of Go .:
hthal reord..:It is hoped that ves it is belid#&i he U 1 \ "'
this proMen of a Itaiing fully justify the fidenice / AND :-
fia. ii.poSrt- at- Prince will th Gvement placed .. .R .i.n
-be solved as the Com.mitte l .
hops to develop' more 'firSt AciDENT ON "" H ,-3,VIim ,f ".
raise teais' to cdiate a large CR -IS' OU "
.-series '.t competition gaines kR A .f -. --S *a *--,.
C'OFFEE-CRoP lJ .
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The .coffee season is again 10:00 A a ca eie .A .. :.
in full swing. Sinte' the first 'dr"ived ir.d61- 4 -- .
-days of October the gather- he Lodissai t nd .ver -'-- '2~-'t" --, I t ?'Y
ing- of. the coffee beadnls has'^ the reri'" ai." .* _.e, nn. ,'Cr C \ . .*. :] ^
"been- n active part of the was re'tRi -rm "Crox '- -.-
peasants' Life in certain areas deBou thassen- -
of the counlry.'At Petite Hi-g for a 6 -au-P an4
-viere de '1'Arti'bon-ite, where tr' ein 'att' ,b usual cam-... '".
first class coffee is harvested iodette speed' (break neck /
the coffee b u y e r s have sp d) after applying the /
already purchased large brakes i 'turned over and se \, o o .. w i, :
-stocks at G. 1.75 'per pound, work it turned over and se- I l m'
In the Central Plateau, arid vral bf the passengers we- l tOCKINI .
the North and the'South it is te seriously injured.: ll,( ..
Reported that the coffee grow .A, TA .
ers are being paid a saisfac- THT EA .u " "
tory, price this .season. Ab- TI f'PENS SIo
coding to, news received J" j `kues pbrismond
froF1.all the he'chikf cofteere has +ili.lte. i6 our office
gions of the country the crop a copy of "is poems titled DE TO S
wil be much higher than itf T 'Th rti t at Opens,,aT1W.g^ 0 17,_',
was last year. This: is very! (La. Teirre qui s'buvre).This '
encouraging. as 6cffee is 6oAe boo6i lhich will be 'read f for ""
of th -first edtnmodities, with p easur any critic' .,.--,'
which pour,,foreigri sil tr id-' is prefaced 1- Me Antonio -'
to .the coffer of this comn- Vieux. Comp iments to Mr. U0 '
try. J. Dorismon, to WhobdfA we i- ,
GRG OF address ourest wishes of r
ME" /6I nch .HE
E '' LEAGUE
Stnday last at 4.00 'p.ti' FOYER DES ARTS Omba maLtions",n -3(loni
M.4ehient Ouvrier Paysan HAS INAUGURATED ITS ITHE -..i .T- a
(MC.) was organized at: CERAMIC COURSE4 .
wbifli various leaden oft The aFoyer des Arts Plus- .. ,
this League: Mine Daniel tiques- insugfratd last .. .- .,.
Figiible, MIles Julie Ray- 'week" its Ceramic course .
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PAG9 8 HAITI SUN SUNDAY NOV :5-it0 .


krbDUP OF THE AMERICAS -
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SNE WS FROM..,. Venezuel: export products exist on account of erroneous viewed, 131, or 43 percent, tons are purchased directly
3 N F to the United es. ntrpretation f the Conven- were United States pibduc- by a large fruit company for
PRO.,SSORT tion; third, to geaffimn the tions, 5'. Mexican, 27' Spa- use in its operations..
SLA .. PROFESSOR TO SEE respect to the sovereignty of nish, 25 Argentine. 22 Brit-
A AFTER U.S UNIVERSITIES every one. of the countries ish, 13 Italian, 14 Chinese, DOMINICAN
t] EAtHQUAKE Invited by the Govern- in whose territory the Instit- 9 French, and 4 Japanese.- REPUBLIC.
The' Federal ,Executive, meat of the U.S.A to visit ute is authorized to develop All of the short subjects The new alcohol plant at
r tl411ih the chadnel of the the Universities of that-coun activities; and fourth, to em and newsreels reviewed we- Ciudad Trujillo, Domipi-
Cop racion Venezol.na de cry Dr. Julio de Armas, Rec phasize the predominance of re of United States and Brit can Republic, began produ--
P&ienito, has put at the dis tor of the Central Universi- regional character of the Ins ish origin 320 of which we- cing in March 1950. It has.
6'. psal of the Banco Region- ty pf Venezuela. will leave titute. To conclude, Mr Mi- re from the' United States a.. capacity of 2.500.000 gal
.al di 'Tomento of Barquisi- for North America this sister, could you tell us and 78 from the United Ions annually.
,, meco the sum of half a mil week. which countries has signed Kingdom.- -
:. lin holivar. ietided for the PIotocole? In .accordance MExIcd LATIN NATIONS.
Saipg of loans to the with th6 information we ob-
mnr& its, affected by the taied frpm -the Chancery, The most. encouraging -eco GROW FAST
ear e .Augt 18. TO INVESTIGATE besides 'enezuela, BrazilCo nomic news in Mexico .was 325:000.000 POPULAON
ieocme'nt -..re: signed . THE AMAZON !oinbia, Ecuador; Peru, Fran said to be the sale,in the lat- FOR HEF SPHERIE
Dlre the',Jdge of. Parro- As the m sador of Ve- ce and the Low Countries ter part of Oct., of all chide Half of the new World's"
D. F.Roberto.L Gar- nezui in Rio has signed ve signed it. We thank the stocks in the Territory of population has been counted
,! Drs;Manuel 'R..E- document of international. Chancellor ar the informa- Quintana Roo and the State so far this year in the first.
ra. Savrio.iBarbarito.-and character itith Brazil relati- tn. of- Camnpehe to United Sta- hemisphere census i.history
y.0pIie Prident of .th ye to scientific investigation tes. chpwing-gu'm concern. In said, DrT. Calrert Dedrick of
i:iof:eg.~of- Barqui- ; the regions A addition to the sale of old the United States Census Bu
ii aeAngel Segu- 'z h ans lor e TRINIDAD stocks, it was reported that rau.
to the docu-- R p G so Trinidad's shirt industry contrast had been negotiat- On the basis of return to-
the -Banco Regional he ~d tot of tEl Grafivco expects to develop, a $750,- ed for the sale of this sea- dte, the human inventory
"-.rd *e. requests the.followlig declarat ion: 000-a-year export trade, .sta -so-'s and' next season'spro- North, South and Central A-
for S tdits to the merchants Effectively, our Ambassa- tes a foreign-trade publica- duction. The prosperity of erica is expected 'to show
.damages. .dor in Rio has signed in thetion. Factories wilL then be Campeche and ,Quintana Roo a total of about 325. million,
dh-r n~ .R heme 'nezmlia s s ble tb sq4ply a potential [ depends almost entirely upon sightly higher than first est-.
,Nr W :U.S. 2 r a s received fro d ad .fr 3.000 dozen the k ude-chicle industry. imated. .
MBASS ADOR ery' an" Additional s a month. These facto- Dr. Ded-iEL P said tat a1
s xcellency Mr. Nor ro'o to th Convetion s have been filling thed o UA O E hough f a figures
man.Armour, .. new Anbasa on the In~stiumtontnain- estic dWestIndiesteRTATION OF CnA.NI- been released yet by' any-
S. ... .. ...t o t to Itrnacionreetof.... VOES ROM PUERTO country, the United States,
Aor.of the United States. al de .jqf.fle&?Ainaz6nica.As qirements of -1,500. dozen ..
Wne'a, made the loi w y-- know, in srts a month. I, IIa Mexico, uatemrala, Costa RF'
ec ara.tiq, t, A steady increase in pro- ca, El Salvador, Nicaragua
4ea p ..carig a, r u o 'on ; ductiori is iii ated by' te Impo rtation of. carnivores and Honduras have virtually
as.,", reope 6 fPt Ute- non onef ,. from Puerto Rico has been finished their counts.
rss- .il k- h 6 A,- fact ,that 59 Trinidad
oed3 .riand a. &aha"t W 9 -tenporarily pratb ted in. BlrAil began ts. -census Ju-
-"s--' ". g [ere-ic-'-''were''s "its*orces thi4 number the French .vereas. 'Depart- ly i,.-followed by' Haiti and-
.'i t she s6rtice inserted al ountrips 'e ad d 3 ths n, m eor. ment Gh G ideloupe, Fxenoh the Dominican Republic in
S" s .d 4 d 6Wlest Indies; publish~4 in the August, Bolivia.. Colmbia,
i ghbor losing territories within tfi ze. and min 1946, to 23,396of a agynP
.,-lii anlimi, o t'he rie, offx jourrsenal of Oct. 5, lPanama, "Paragua and Peru.
1-.~ 1 .. earga oe wic ieg .u tive, until further notice. and Venezuela. in November:
gh- No^ haeh a.- re ester .indir etly in t. EL SALVADOR BRAZIL Uruguay will take its cens-
ti amfleri- 'i ,me.i Therfo6bject of this
d ipeloat lob eh e-,,o, f Bse.'f' .' ta a r. !Brazil's largest alcohol, re- us9in 1951, and Cube in 1953 .
t ," Re-* L ei.`toesentaizve of the As- finery is to be established' rgentina, which conducted
S. location of Mexican La- at Fazenda Guatapara, near its-last census in 1947,, has
r w- '.i ies' Dress Manufacturers the sugarcane centers of the1 decided to skip 9he 95'
n .uoa ,' .B.'..,dies' re-es P are s, t rh &nay ie e. El Salvador State of 'Sao Paulo. The cost count.
1Les wth r r it e in Mexi- i'said to be about 2.000.000 this our cou .can made *~pen's ready- dollars. Machinery from th mates. Latin America is the
kov:-.OV..... Those. o gave their ap to-wear dress In 1949, im United States is en route. fastest. Grawing .- pulation
E, ~ a ,the irs onfersnces ts of ,sucih dresses into El in' the worlds, Dr, Derrick
p..s .. si.^t
a hi firstsoundst'eesto iado f froh Mexico were soun -Hsaid .
n our of 4c. e comphn pnly ina. fr ctio-d of shipments He estimated that when the
f:L ''-rr to""' he -"united 1 960 census is taknd, Latin
--t3i0L0 etr'ei- t ntba h.l a El alv-h-dedrn U In 'view of world condi- America 'wd'll be ahead of the
-y to t s S6ran im-f tionsr Ecuadoran trade cir- United 'States. At present-,

ksw, vthet alitalued atk. ty that the about evenly divid-
r of ho f v ist e -s wichnthes i
eh "e ave n p" country's subs- ed in New World population
-t'i 'ar ,''., a,.at l a r eg..ach ith roughae i50 crtm.
o..e.. e un itk n ted Stat seo a
if h a nd lch, inactive lion.a8Mbu
re ted gautinz Cr-OSTfC cts ofpe (atin America -is increag
ther~th re je bthe need rei$2,018;zaaiiohe Guate-hay be utilized.
eMr '--.A' ur of thf isls ses is noI dumped into the y ilt i es
e folal oEra, fauna ad I amonts. 6 Uit.erivers, i is s i own ted il
Sp`a, aIoyp . annuallyCo Pr. fedrick, co-or.o.-"
; iC.. ': c;re;t.e. inIew, of this wok ". COSTA..ICA-
: t n t n PE. .f- h. dinator -of interatioqal statis- -
firs6Tbe National Production tics for the Bureau of census
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PRICE RECIPE
OF THE WEEK
SENT IN BY MRS.SHJLRLY
The first cookies I learned
to make were the old- fas
hioned oatmeal kind with rai
sins in them. Here's another
kind of oatmeal cookies. Fill
up the cooky jar.. %
COCONUT- ORUNTCH
COOKIES
Cream V2 cup shQrtening
with 1/2 cup brown sugar,
lightly packed or pressed in
the cup, and cup granulat
ed sugar. Follow same pyoce
dure in creamling for cookies
you do for a cake. Add 1
beaten egg and beat ,mixt-
ure well. Sift together 1 cup
flour, i teaspoon baking so-
da, 1/4 teaspoon baking pow.
der arid 1/4 teaspoon salt.
iSifting dry ingredients onto
a piece of wax paper saves
washing an extra bow]. Add
dry ingredients to creamed
mixture. Mix well. Stir in
Sbteaspoon vanilla, 1/4 cup
quickcoboking rolled, oats, 1
cup crisp ready- to- eat rice
cereal and / cup shredded
coconut. Drop by heaping
teaspoonfuls onto 1 greased
cooky sheets 3 inches apart.
bake in moderate oven,
350o M.,for about 15 minutes
lRemove from cooky sheets
with widesjpatula and cool on
rack. Makes 4, dozen cookies.
TOMATO JULEP '
2 cans (8 oz. size)
4 teaspoons leipon or li-
me juice ", .
tomato sauce
8 sprigs freshL'mint '-
Cool to touch and taste,
this spicy tomato julep. Fill
four tall glasses of pewter
mugs ( if you have them )
with crushed ice. Blend the
tomato sauce with lemon
juice and fill each glass or
mug -3 full. Store in the
refrigerator for about" 2
,hours so the glasses get fros
tv and the ice dilutes sauce
Decorate with mint sprigs.
LIST OF ARRIVALS
AMens Shoes
Ladies Shoes, Underwear
Cotton, Silk' and
Strapless dresses
Nures White shoes and
Stockibgs
Infants Shoes
Children Shoes
apd
Hand Painted
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a number of shops especially
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Banks open at :,w a.
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4t We a yer age .p etso n d o e sn 't r e a liz e th at alm o st h alf ie ,.he . ,. . . '| ,
'01W1S in his vocabulary are pure French,- not in pronun VIIBLE bLADE
. tion, but in origin, slpelliag, anid meaning. AGA p INST -OE'/ '- '.
,t.When Wiiliam the ,;Conqueror defeated King Harold at /, .S
- -ne.Battle of Hastings in 1066, he imposed Norman Frenc' .-: ..,
diiithe British as their official language. The Anglo-Saxon Each morning except MVon-
:.of the British ind the Norman French of the'. conquerors day when he walks I into his ,. ..
'utgad to form what we are now pleased tb call, the En1- Vatican study at 8 O'clock "
gl"W2 language- the composition of whichh ise-approxiqiately Pope Pius picks up a small
French, 37 per cent; Anglo- Saxon, 25 per cent; Latin, brown eitvelope from his
E16 .per cent; Greek, 13 per cent; all others 10, per cent. desk '
.?miust be observed, however, that English Arammar On its face,,there-is print-
I e i..ternaic (Anglo-. Saxon), and'is not based 'on either ed in- Italian:' cTo his Holi- .
1-.encr. or Latin. And all the working words of English -. ness, PP XII,FR,~; Thd FR / -
S ".rt c.les, proqiouns, prepositions, co junctionss, etc means ,felicitousl' 'reigning' T
p'an..nic. And al .the simple words are. Germanic r7- For the. next half hour..to
t l4i "lie mnan, woman, child, house, farml field, bread, 50 minutes the 74 year- old
V odd' water, eat sleep,' cook, sew, plough, -cow, sheep. leader of' the wort14'. 428 il '
the bother hand most of our abstract woS &.ds i'e lion Catholics reads'and stu- ,
.t vulttre,. -and civilization are -Frenth aiid- ..iatin. dies his copy of l'Osservato- .
pratcally all words and titles of a military nature re Rom.ano~, th.e' Vaticanas 'e ; .a s
v .gcnral1ch:,. corporal;. sergeant, lieutenant cap.tai "'clo-. mi-official oaganD irdA e .ii B D L U. iONIE
general, rifle, cannon, bayonet, battallon- "t.megi'pt, sible. 'blade a g. ain 1 t the .
_v, army. O Church's foes the chef '
i. .Iigl and' medical 'terms are from, the Latin. Scientific one today in it ni.'etieth' ,' i
ote..rn inology is .mostly Greek. Musical terms are Ttalian. year of publicatid4 bein.geoor . .' *
verfiacular ,of the. socif led cow, country is of Spanish mun'ism. .
aiory'.st. cui.at-y terms are French. 'At the Kiremlin,. a co.py of .'.
t iac5ticaly all English words with these endings are Osservatore or a suani.. naty HE KIE '
"the French: ism, asm, re (massacre), eur (amateur), of its' contents is lad .be /
e(a-.tique) et (cadet), ette (etiquette), age garagee), ford Marshal Stalin it is I- Ope-of our neighbors i_ pro d" of her little boy's scievnt-
4 r4nd),; iht (chant), ier (premier), iere (brassiere), ie ported. .- fic, kiiwFedge and- likes fo show 'him off ih front of our .
ig ), '.oise (noise), u. (menui), ure (nature),. tre: (tleatre) For years, -the KIreinlin has. bride clulb. One afternoon sh asked' th would- be, qti. .
eu),S ee. (fiancee), ard "(boulevard), mine (machine), been getting three' of the ,60 4lid,. .cqbby, what does- it, zme an when steam cones out
.2 .hartreuse), ile (facile), ance (brilliance),. oir (reser- thousand copies bf .sservato dof the' spout of .the settle? ' '-.
) all (detail),.,on (chiffon), ion .(million), ond (blond), re printed daily, -except Sun *It means, said Bobby, that yo are going open
;(iblodle), aiseh (chaise) 'oire (.ioire) eouche (douche) day. one of daddy's letters. '
g) o '(bout), oite(rqtp) it (sni t (suite) TL'Osservatore 'ITnads
.'~. .~.. ~.- .. ..is- '-' -' .isnfilke any other 'taewaa ., .,
.;.tew wo pais,.keepi.ng i. m d e Kirst "' ublishd July 1. ;' .' /. I
_a.n's.nple A 1-glotSaxon, gfnd that the. Second t. of 1861, to ddfendz the Vatican '
ri .. .,- ..- against attacks of the rising
^i?....rfatr; whole,, eitirA; neighborhood, !environs; Italian nation which had '
; ev ro .i,..c.lambb er; tL'nb, f.titied; wood] s8tite& it of its papal states, I i .
i r"0.; a n, f requen; awkWa '- g4uchq; Osseavatore b"ga by I 'tin ,
e(dguide. ..- -Italian statesman Ca f '
mn.; ite' though tful, pensive; first. premier ,alkfv ,, ur. "" -
a..rpid oarn e, .4veenue; darl. 9 pr it has.rieVer ', stopped figh-i : D
u.hr.,l e; fel, touch; work l "or; till,. cult- tin g. '
'. .~I tone during the last 30 M G ZN
.. P... ,ie.e,. concord build, contract; body, years has .been set by massi-. t ,
Se;- ,bravery, courage; )rwsh, desire; ve, gray ad leonihe Giusep-,
i_.. .v.en..e,, buil edifice; us. bmloy. -. pe blla Torte, Count of San I I U
t1S .,'#ifnetto, who writes'.90 per ELIj IUI SH
c nt of Osseryatoie's;- blunt' Sole disift utor of th .
I and sometimes vitriolic'pole- New York Herald Tr
In retorting, as does al (Deliver daily to. your do -
..-most daily, to hoscow Radio oAuLA CAL
or P.avda or Italian Commu- ,-
'i'' :A saying harshly of a Commu-
ASlAlI'o wo nist opponent. There areeno coy. lVoys ae little, if
I'^1!! ~~' -A , S, ies and if he did not lie he is a telephone. Onn. thd ..'are s oerage nr s-
could not serve his master*. occasions when, brie ,rings, it elP ,. ajN ho
The now 65 year-old man- sounds -apologetic. There 'is i.sni claical
-. .. ... aging 'editor has no use for no rush. .. V r quotatio Latin and,
'- typewriters. He uses' a pen Each morning assignments G re e:..aa dozen othlr
to scratch out in painstaking with wordage indicated are languages, it is 'not anr easy
S' script his daily columns. So "distributed. newspaperr to read.-
do each of his 15 reporter-ed- Eachiarticle.'has its' allQtted '
v":j... -itors.n space in" the day's edition, N. ,Chpies go to many embas-
.-*-o --On the third floor of one There ate no make-up pro' sies ,to every crdinal, arch-
d ". ., ".- of the three small Vatican. blems as the world's news de bishop and bis, k, to relg
*$ -.HAITIAN AMERICAN city buildings that house the velops. A catastrophe might ious orders and to Catholiec
... pCLEANERS Osservatore. plant, 'each' repor..cause the shifting of two in- universities and colleges.
D Y -LEANERS ter editor has a private room ches of type. iut ordinarily '
.... a..".. 'i. --. |.- along.a -'quiet corridor. It i .Osservatore's make-up is Observatore is pbn ished
.. C AN AV .Y. F',ICE more.. 1 .: hospital, wing. khokig aty the start of" th eaeh a terno es Sbln h
S'' ": -'" "than a news office. working day. day.
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VMUStICAL DRAMA WRITTEN 4IN, ,

THE SUN LIBRARY .AINS WIDE POPULAITY
-; E BOLIVAR To compile the bst and Observers of the musical the stage by the' Aeric-an 'J home f th '-, '
SCONTRIES mot useful information for scene in the United Stats; dramatist Maxwell Aderson characters ,
all minds travelers, Co- have commented in recent and the la German- born Concern th .serious .
I" on g" ',- "h seiu e "''
OLOMBIA, EQUADOB wards McCann picked Wil- months on the growing int- composer, Kurt Weill. Mr mes is an t igu
W*VIEINflTIELLA h liam Russell to do an un- erest in modern Epg]ish-lan- Weill lived ini the ,Unite0d"Sa characteristics S NheSo
Usual on the pot reportage guage. opera. At the same ti- bes from. 1935. mtil hiith TWo a the lhr&e, "
S w pet k w what already the author of seve- me classical opera is gaining early this year.' ;Regina, su and,: sf r i Str -
tor w/a' countries of ral searching human inte- a wj.der hearing than ever 5e based on the play -(Th. ittle depict conrem r pr
thie great South. -Anerican booksand with a back fore, through radio and tele Fpxes by the'Amiind 'om1 bles ThIe4$ l show
ctSitin's t e fed ground of several years ser- vision and through the ef. .M tzste. group .of
Panish rule by Simon o vice in South Anerican dip forts of music schools, univer esc yfo
Mihe great leader know 4o
Slivar, great eader nwn posts, Russell' sity opera workshops, arid All thiee 'copois areand their despair tht e .
Still to the natives at l Li- was ,the best choice for community opera companies. known'for thi interest n ays andndieee ey
bertador. Olin Do es, music critic achingthwide osslecouner the do
Sin Ca l ven euwas, born minute picture of- Venezue. the New Yrk Times de udiece. According: thee o- cLbs i' the Sar 'is te '
SVenula, son la Colombia, and Ecuador, voted a recent column todi pyras were written i y ffith udeng:
of a wealthy family, and cusio of the latest trnds ad prodded or.a isborn tw
kemost young aristocratstersting in American opera. latively simple scale, Thy en in e -.
Swas sen to Europe for and informative in our In- his education. En rout6 and significant manifestations ithe smaller theaters of A cities in South. ..frica. .-ugh
.irom. Europe he had opportu -mci travelersha n ever before in America that do 'ndt haGe large opera ,,Regina -. 'hsi ettii '
xidty t stop off in the new.A ti i esptially Pamun-g will Prove to.have been the hses: In T contrast. to grand thie Acericapi .dthpt. f -:o
7.nerinn Colonies, land learn at full of the authentic i distinguishing. charctekistic opera ra tradition ally requiring early, twentibti. .c6tury,
firsi hand the real meaning word pictures that magke of the 1949-50 music se'sot, a large orchestra and 'cast .theme ruthleeswom naf .
:of Democracy and Fieedom atasterful writing. Here is Mr. Downs said. aidiel bbrate stage stings, machinations to.i'tafat.
it is generally conceded a book all readers will en- ndeed,'this mid- century aTlie sla, foi exa(lie, and -socia' r -ha
that it was here in the joy whether or not they year may coxie to be looked uses .aa orchestra of 25!.-ie- temporary re
:United States that he conceive ever plan to visit any of the upon foreign composers of ces and cat of 14.,ts In this' y *s:
ed his great dream of a Bolivar countries. Divide in the course of, o s M'hree ats.lare.seaii..c ded. thegero,ap
United States f.,,Squth.A- j atic ne, th the oin
inerica. Bolivar did'not suc AtHoR OF fifty years ;. hlave. b.ef ies'n -ateaitig bt a. astef a
ceed. in uniting the peoples BOTLIVAR. COUNTWIES sdntia f &ss fi irs#t# truth 'f subjeet matt M
She freed, but his valorous B o s ...e ti6n oipr f words', stand room f 'the consulate and the. i ptt air
feats in the succeeding William Russell hs,r en- dards of pef on dance, tradi- '. -"
years; the battle after WboO. viable career for as young ticnso of interpretation,and ane rt M n .
dy battle, arid the, final and writer, nvl Ak& 464 'wid- upon foreign composess of t
victorious beratio" of half ely i three American iv- upon foreign composers
a continent, 'is one of the ersitles and. one -in JEUrOPe; our rewortorj'
sMt brilliant chapters in during the war he was sta-e of
e history of the Ne tioned with the Military a: year opera has been
World. tach6 to the Qovernments in mttth ftie' of native prod;
"-.- Americans have always ExileO in London and tVe in act ated an expression of our. i.
felt a kinship and ro- the Office -of th Milit own ideas... It has attained
found admiration for Boli- A'.tach6 in Montevideo. WritI an entirely new position in
var and for the countries in steadily since 1940 Mr. the entertainment world, andit
he liberated. As they d- usse has had five books begun to catchup ith. its
etop and e asume their pdsi- published, one the high ly suc per iod.
tidns in ithe world pattern cesftl 'B erlin E assy, 3 n6 Durinfg the 149-50 season
.*of countries, they are be.. vels,and one a play produced. at- least i ve of the produc-
Scoming more and more imatl' Londoi. M t of h i's boues t'Ci6ns' on tha stages of Broad'.

rican. As tourist countries in la and in Bel 'rical center, were 'works'. in

-alth h many new delu- aen iving in Inter d was An tte ied. The .
xe Hbtels. are spi nging ura Delaware County, in New of the productions in. all of themo y As potential York, where hle is complet- Consul, Lost in the Stars:'-. This is a sceie frsni cTh Gonstio, an oii"ng the
customs for American bu-jing another novel. 'and aRegina are related atricat.sccea of the ast son'in New an
tus ite s hto watch, they h eo14 form and purpose to th' 'dn exad'ple of the most: r2ient development in -.
saer among'Amefica's nearest, Obtainable at other twv A-iss: Me, Ka- cab n$iVial ptodlebtioIns.c .-'niilu is a 4 -_sioai.of .pex-
,foreign markets.. La CaravelleD price s'.od te> and (.South Pacificw are a nid ani in intensely dramatic ploi descring the
essentially musical comedies, fate of emigragqts from a' poliee a. tal .The musical pa y
fs an was written by Gian-Cario Menobi, Italkit- b6in-
A ndh altte h er'fdances: poser who his spent the phst 22 years in the United Sta
Anoued Sta lttes h r -I-. The music and libretto of. tea. ha-

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A earsthe batteo aterbl o-iabe abased on the book rCry, the d"sn't a "fid; a wid i" tnth aa
-,By Heatt eraris fa, Belovned Coulryd by the no can't be too careful. e kn io the world.g'of
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brfving boot lwnquiryiiet- yiio' rifirf bacdk. It fro 40 'to per cent. begins at 6 am. ech day TOGETHER with.Noi-th-
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',r' .-' -, e ij. th e-c~~: r! dir -tasd fo' mi` with uyanium .oxide or free .nurnig thU woat t hiJd. of the worlds, coo f er
Spers. And' so "w came are.gold; an la. rap t.me,. pund- ttke, It aso as the rhi
|kf. Con- t3,. s.:g. t- talk ,,. s orki -: te biggest diiid .ield.1.. 'Y
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SUNDAY NOV. 5 th.


Andre Talamas married
the girl from Bostona, Sa-
turday afternoon. Mr and
Mrs Talamas attended the
wedding which was held in
the Bride's hometown.
Mr and Mrs. George Ar-
cher announces the birth of
a boy which they have nam
'ed Pierre Richard.
Jacques Faubert, the Fir-
estone dealer on the Rue
Pavie, celebrated his birth-
home Wednesday night.
day with a stag party at his
Gerda Siegel will celeb-
rate her 'birthday annivers-
ary next Monday..
The -wedding of Gerard
Charles, to Paulette Bertho-
ny will take place January
23 rd at the Sacre-Coeur
Church Turgeau.
Mr. Adelphin Telson, new-
ly elected Deputy, and Ma-
dame -arrived from San
Juan last Wednesday.
Pierre Assad who was on
a business trip to the U.S..
returned to port Wednes-
day.
Germaine Gardere and A
lica Gardere returned to
Port- au- Prince Wednesday
Mr. Aurele Leconte ret-
urned from business trip
abroad Wednesday.
The Minister to London
Mons. Hugues Bourjolly re
turned to Port- au- Prince
Wednesday.
Mr. Jack Blanton found
his way to Plantation Dau-
phin Wednesday.

Mrs. Lando wife of the
Director of the French Ins-
titute arrived from France
Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Eldin Michel return-
ed to Haiti November 1st.
Claudia Paquin celebrat-
ed her first birthday anni-
versary Friday with her fa-
mily and friends at her ho.
me.
In Boston Thursday af-
ternoon the Emmons' 'fami-
ly (father was absent) chris
tened the new baby girl


M d~"li-fAT;n


rican Painter
Sloan, Geor


Hans Hoffmann. /Miss Pa-
ris was teaching in Pearl
Harbor, Honolulu when
the Japs attacked, and im-
mediately made herself use-
ful and joined the Camouf-
lage Corps of the U.S. Ar-
my. After the war Miss Pa-
ris had an exhibition of her
works at the Honolulu Aca
demy of Fine Arts. In the
has been classed among the


Dr. Arthur Lescouflaire
has written a book about
the great .Haitian Historian
Thomas Madiou. The book
was edited in Mexico by
the Pan- American Institu-
te of History land Geogra-
phy.

Mr. Clervil Heraux ret-
urned to Port- au Prince
Thursday..


past few years her work Mr William Bonnefil
ibest. who was. in the US receiv-
Mr. Philippe Cantave, ing medical care returned to
Consul of Haiti in Ottawa Port last Thursday.
and Madame announced the Mr. Max Chauvet, Direc-
birth of a boy last Wednes- tor of the jourl' aLe Nou
Mme St-Armand who died vellisten returned from at-
Wednesday was buried tending the Interamerican
Thursday afternoon at St- Press Conferences at the
Ann's. Waldorf Astoria in N.Y.
Bingo was held last Wednes Thursday..
day night at Thorland in Nancy Knobel arrived in,
the absence of the Comman Port Thursday afternoon
der it was a great success. from the U.S.
Women from all over Rose Ann Compe ariv
Haiti. from the furtherest thursday.
"caillen and maison ha- ed back Hai Thu
ve been converging on Go- Mr Eugene Walsh arriv-
naives. beenThnvergg on Go- ed Thursday from the U.S
arrived by foot, bourrique, and is staying at the Splen-

camionette, model T and
Dynaflowi all week long to
be on hand to either best- Mr. Victor Born who ar-
ow a garland or throw a rived Thursday afternoon is
rotten tomato... For this spending his vacation at
weekend they will know the Ibo Lele.
one way or another whe- Clelie Achille returned
their or.not they have the from Miami on the 2nd.
right to vote. Mr. Frederick Dubb ar-
'On Saturday October 28 rived in town Thursday
at the residence of Engi- and is staying at the Sans
neer Maurice Elie ,and Ma- Souci.
dame a reception was held
in honor of the engage- Mr. James Armstrong who
ment of their charming is connected with Shada ar-
daughter ,,Ghildan to Wil- rived from Miami Wedenes
ly Laraque, of the Army of day.
Haiti..


Benches will soon be ins
tailed on the Exposition
Grounds. This is good
news for the weary.
For those who
like to enjoy the regular
sea breeze, the fountain


cauemine. i I ee.e
Miss Robel Paris who ar and music and of course
rived Wednesday from Mia the beautiful scenery of the
mi will direct a new course Dumarsais Estime's City,
at the Centre d'Art. Miss without effort.
Paris who is a well known' Tom Higgins arrived back
American artist studied at in Port Friday. Tom is
the Cooper Union Art home for the Winter
School and the Art Stu- Mr and Mrs. Roger Jar-
dent's League in New York man, Michael and Dustry,
In addition to this sheleft Saturday afternoon to
has wo r k ed with a spend a two month vaca-
number of prominent Ame- dtion in Miami.


Mr. Thomas Marshall .ar-
rived from the U.S. Vial
Kingston, Wedenesday and
is staying at El Rancho.
Sra Gloria Lopez de Me
dina, daughter of the Am-
bassador of Venezuela, ar-
rived in Port- au- Prince
Wednesday accompanied by
her four children: Gladis
Josephina, M-aruja Esperan-
za, Jose and Oscar.
Among the Pa-_A m. :


can arrivals
the charming
ghter of Mr.
who -is associs
Department St
Creole.


se at Lalue.
There is a rumor
John Goodwin is <
back to live .in Haiti.


SQUI MOUNT


B:- Ti Bon Z'oeu
Mrs. S.
.She was loaded," a
parefint had money, t
(Bob Ho]
The man who I
that, nobody unde
him, should know, th.
erstanding, is giving
what he .- wants... a
mealtimes, too.
(Bob H


For A..
wcDaddy do'


asses n
marry v,


daddy with ar sigh.
Nqw,. York City
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Last Thursday, the day :. s. Martin wo is
of the deceased, large num- tograplftr's model fo
bers of families gathered at name American mag
the cemeteries in, Port- au such as Women's
Prince, Petionville and sur- Conrpan:'on, Saturday
rounding districts, to place ning Post, Charm and
wreaths and pray over the mor, is here with da
graves of their deceased. I Ricky only for a vi
I she must shortly retv
Wednesday, was the day .work and the U.S.
of All Saints, a Catholic. Mrs. Rosalie Mc
holy day of obligation and who is back from a va
the Episcopilian Church in the U. S. has taken
s such as John Feast Day and a general ho sidence for the nex
ge Crost and liday for one and all. mnnths in the larmar


v aJ-tnemie- 1 -I g ,W W
Saturday, was 1 a tMM se
wife and dau- g maE o co a At
Carl Martin BRASSERIE c LA COUkNN
ated with the PIJ IO L IU DEL LA CO 16 ,- .
tore La Belle t, Sc A /
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a ho with 'money and thise Weh' .
r big' se parents were honest. - 4
gazines (Bob Hape)
Home, When?
Eve- The backyard gossip 'of ':
d Gla- the small town is forgotten. .
ughter and fair play prevails. 4
sic as (Esquire) '
urn to -Love in a coffeecup, is the.
name of a song we saw .so-
Cahill mewhere: Let us hope it is
vacation not a demitassp. .
SP re Mrs. W.W.. '
Her conversation is like &i l
i's hou
s parade that takes 90 minu-
tes to pass a given point.
that Alice Burnhfll),. ,i .
:onmng Said one <,bourriqueD to '
the author, meeting before,
Choucoune: -
I saw you here before
that dress, ...-,
said the other: .,
if I never heard you taIk; *'
fore. *
id 'her ....in thee mud and hO.iiof..
oo. things '
pe) There always, always softinj
believes thing sings.
standss (Emmerson):.i 4
at und- TIn the ba-r of Port-au -PIr..: '
a jer ce,--
and at said the barracuita to: his i
wife
ope) x iWle have to increase oi"l1 u"l
fe insurance, dear'
aarryt? Gustave is back '
, said Sard the Times*
!Nice trip... arnd ai-y their .;
women Please do 't Mr. and Mrs,.'.'
Thdse! D. K. .


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HAITI SUN


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-ISTP P AMERICAN of physical and intellectual for a matter of prestige,the CALENDER OF THE FIRST
SPORT GAMES. cult2 without doubt the, sending 'WITHOUT .REPA HALF OF THE FOOTBALL
SThe cPan-american Sport ties of friefindhip and comrn- RATION of a delegation SEASON
.Gamnes were instituted dur- prehension 'existing among which in il competitions,
g the First PPanamerican the peoples of Ameriica will' shall stand cDUNCE with 29 Oct. Rating. Violette 4-1
Congress held in Buenos Ai- develop. the. fool's cap. 1 Nov.Excelcior Bacardi-2-1
res in 1940. Its organization The Panamerican Sport Com- FIGHT AND FESTIVAL 5 D Vicory- Army
*was entrusted to Argentina mittee, presided over by MWr. SATURDAY NIGHT t2 Racing )tcesior
which was to become head- Avery Brundage who is also, Saturday November 4th 19 Violette -Bacardi
quarters in 1942. Bft, owing President of the American 8:30 P. M. a great Sporting 26 a Victory- Racing
to the war, this organization Olympic Committee, has writ festival took place at Sylvio 3 Dec. Arnmy- Violette
vas postponed. At he Se- ten to all the Sprt Organiza Cator Stadium. Ist part; Bo- 10 Excelsior- Victory
,eQnd Panamerican Congress tions of this continent beg- xing match Robert Moreau 17 E Bpcardi- Array
beld in Londo in 1948 dur- gina them to participate in versus Kid Saintelus 2nd 7 Jan. Violette- Excelsior
ing the 14th. Olymnpiade, e the st.Panamerican Sport Ga part: Appearance of Luma- 14 a Bacardi- Racing
great number of nations we- res whicharwild becomeml of! ne Casinir, well known ar- 21 'Army- Excelsior
re. interested in the organize the greatest events of the In tist, with 'Tiroro, B6b6 Tre- 28 Victory- Violette
.ion of Panamerican Gaanes international Amateur .Sportp. van in the role of -Bandaw. 4 Feb. Racing- Arry
and it was decided that they He has begged them in this various, dances were exhibi- 11 a Victory, Bacardi
would take place in Buenos same letter to send delegates ted. This festival took pla-
Aires from Febru.ary 25 to to the 4 th Panamerican I ce under the honorary presi After the first two game
arch 8, 1951. 1Sport'Congress to be held in dence of Daniel Fignol6 and ,Racing and Excelsior ar
It is under the patronage Buenos Aires during the sa- the vice.presidence of Prof. leading with two point
of President Juan Peron and m'e epoch. Michel R. H. Romain. each, Violette and Bacardi (
'his distinguished wife Mrs. Are we in measure of ac- ---I-----
Eva Peron that the OXympic cMpting' the thvitaion of the COMB WOLD MARKETS Two -points for winning
SAtgentina Committee, with Argentine Olympic Commit-. Because more than 5.000 team, 1 point each (draw),
lhe help of the Government, tee and sending a delegation different raw mahteriais are point losing. team,
will. organize these Sport Ga to Buen6s Aires. used in paint making, the Leading goal getter: Mar
mes whose Wprogram will in- Glancing through the list niarkets of the world" are tin (Racing) 3 ,goals.
elude all the competitions of of competitions foreseen in combined to obtain the ones All games will be played
an Olympiaded Athetics, bas-. the Sport program, we belie- best suited to meet industry's at Park Leconte on Sunda
ketball, baseball, boxing, cy- ve that our country could highly exacting needs. at 4 P.M.
cling, horse, racing, fencing participate in: Weightlifting,
,football, swimming, polo,, shooting and football. D--f: ,
boating, tennis, shooting and e brilliant participate FORD TRACTO
The d legationss h o oourcts&ahooters at the Olym- -
The dlegtsf o .ic Gara es of 1942 is well
ticipating countries, wl .be AND
th gueati co ntri ,et* known.""hey were classified
Government, of the A entire second after the players of i DI M NT
Government, the Olympic te ited States f A IM PLEM EN.T
Committee and the people,so ca. Our friends the Weight- IM L 1
as to facilitate the' participi- ca. Our friends the Weight-
tion of friendly nations, e '.fters performed splendidly
ion of friendly naons, he at the Central- American Ga
Organizing Committee will u s Guatemala at the
take care of mes of Guatemala at the FOR
take carrebof: Lod start of this year.If they did
) he board and gin not gathered,any more laurels MODERN
b) the medical attendance .t is because, as stated -by A- M D
to the delegates and sport it is because, as stated by A-FARMING
men previous to the games mnerican experts among who FA MI
and thereafter games was Bdb Hoffinan, they did


[not participate enough in the--
On its part the Argentine International Competitions.
Government has taken the. Their performance is almost
following measures: equal, "for certain classes, to
a) the making of identi- that of the winners of the re
fiction card or (Sport Pass cent world champiozishis
port* -in order to facilitate held in Paris. As for our
travelers; football players, it is well
b)reduction of hotel and known that they could not
board and 'lodging tariffs, etc halve done better in Guatema
d) customs facilities for la because they had lefts wi-
Personal effects, materiel andthout any preparation.
SPortson end's auniforn The duty of our Olympic
and ammunitions arms Committee, in the event that
and' ammunitions for shoot-
ing Sport, etc. any exists now, is:
e) the1 of I 1) to obtain immediately
e) the establishment of life the assarce rom who it
insurance and insurance concerns that a Haitian ddle
against accidents for a.1 th nation will obtain' the mate-
Participating delegations. rial indispensable help for
In the invitation addressed participating in the Games at
to the nations of this henis- Buenos Aires.
here, the President of the 2) to start soon the ration-
Argentine Olympic Commit-r al and methodical training of
tee hao enuphazed that hi# players for shooting, Weight-
country would be honored lifting and football.
by their visit to this .Bro- t-ha. i
therhood Festivals and that It must nobe that onia-
owing to his 'manifestation nuary 30, 1951 it be decided


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urzed to call a constittito-
Th Baesba- Gametion to tha cons
took place Saturday after- '
noon btfoween the team of sd
the uF.D.R Rooesvelt and .;
Haiti resulted in a victory0
for the salts, Navy) 8-7

nature of Puerto Rico is aP- -
thorized to call a constttitti- O,
nal convention to draft, a coDS,. ,
itution for the said Islanld of- ^
Puerto Rico.' |
On November 4, Puerto,,
Rico's non-registered voters 'K
are scheduled' to register, for ., ;!
voting in the referendum. .., '
the Island-wide referenduii \-
next June, the people of P .uer
to Rico will be free to accept' :
or reject the constitutional .-
step. If they accept it,' they, .
e will sometime latir hold, ah
s Island-wide election .to-select ..'
0. their 'representatives to.the --
ConstitUitional Convention,. -
g Then, after the Conventio-
0 has drafted the Constitution,. '
the people will have still ano-
- their opportunity to. express i,'4
their vieWs and. with
d free, votes either, accept o 1 *
y reject the proposed cont-,
tution.
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wanted or unwanted; arti-
.le$ fQr sale; personal servi-
ces; miscdllaneous items
such as jobs wanted;houses
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HOUSES FOR RENT
A well furnished
house with 2 bedrooms
wonderful view in
Bizqton.
. Apply uHaiti' Sun"
House at Bizoton
hieghts, American
- bungalow style.
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HOUSES WANTED.
A small Unfurnished
houses with garden
. .in Petionville. Wish
2 r topay 445 to 50.
Permanent residence
Contact Haiti Sun-.
A small house in
Port-au-Prince
S (utifurnished)
for $40
'Apply ,Hait Sun"
Man with wife
child and'dog
wish, furnished houes in
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FOR SALE
PARAMOUNT
, Kodak 35 mm 'PROGRAM OF WEEK
range finder Nov. 5 to 12, 1950
and flash. Sunday November 5 -
latest model at 3t30 P. M.
excellent condition Fantome Ecarlate'
see Dan Allen at 6 and 8:30 p. m.- J'a-
Brasserie de la Couronne. vais Cinq Fils -, Anna Bax
___ter Thomas Mitchell.
Room for rent 'Monday November 6 g,
FuRoom h RentR 6:00 and 8:15 p.m. J'a
Furnished Roomvais Cinq Fils Anna Bax-
Private Bath ter Thomas MIitehe.
In -Petionville Second part A cow
Phone 7204 boy film.
c.TUITION, Tuesday November 7 at
Lessons of French and Spa 4:00 and 8:12 p. m. J'a-
nisb to English speaking vais Cinq Fils Z Anna Bax-
persons Conversational Met-. ter Thomas Mitchell.
hod. Apply to Professor Thursday November 9 at
Charles E..Stephen C/O Edi 6:00 and 8:15 p. m.-'Bon-
tor ,Haiti Sun,,. ne A Tour Faire Robert
Young Maureen O'Hara
Orders wanted Clifton Webb.
A dressmaker Friday November 10 at
Specializes 6:00 and 8:15 p. m.- J'a-
In dresses for special occa- vais Cinq Fils Anna, Bax
sions. ter Thomas Mitchell.
Contact __ 6:00 and 6:00 p. m. Le
Fantome Ecarlate.
Wanted: 1913 American Second part Vieux Sa-
5 cent Piecq -Libert.y head e ento.
-No. ......ufalans A Snday November 12 at
wvard ... .
I4PPLY HAITIr SUN 3:30 p. m. Le Fantome
IEcarlate.


SUNDAY NOV. 5 tb.


jME'S BE-WITCHING FOR HALLOWED'
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Aoud on. W For 1.000. dollars. Second part Cowboy mfim.
OFFICE SPACE WANTED Exellent .businnej -
O FICE SPACE WANTED s ts ja1hecj ellental Continued from page 8 HOROSCOPE you will have to spend a
Person wishes to share Family reasons bout population, housing, a- Birthdays between Nov-' great deal of your time at
office, has own equipment Force owner to agriculture, industry, business ember 23 rd and December' baseball games, horseraces,
Conctat CHaiti. Sn. aSell. resources and needs. 21 st under the sign of SA- hunting trips,and globe trot-
USEDATO FOContact HATI SUN Thomas F. Corcoran chief GITTARIUS, ruled by the ex ting.
USED ,AUTS FOR SALE of consultation and training pansive planet JUPITER. These people can be count-
Dodge 4 door -of the Office of the Co-ordi- People born under this ed on when help is needed,
Sedan. nator, alo said the census sign have an overabundance as they are natural- born phi
Motor i4nopd FIRE CHIEF HONORED will be a vital help to Presi- of energy and vivacity, are lanthropists, and the high re
oditionp 0 K Capt. George Elie'dent Trurman's Point 4 pro- always in a jovial mood, and gard with which they are
General Appearance 0. K chief of the Port-au-Prince I gram of aid to underdevelop are very dependable. They held by others, is due to this
Last Price cash 350. dollars. Fire Brigade returned to I ed areas. are usually the life of a sincere and generous attitu-
Contact "H Ai Sun"). Port- au- Prince Thursday All countries are taking a party, and less .energetic peo de.
1948 Chev, 5 passenger Capt. Elie who was away on population count. Almost all ple ind it difficult to keep FAMOUS SAGITTARIANS:
coup, in excellent officials business for the are also taking inventory on utp with them. Franco of Spain, prime Mi
condition, done 17.000. Haitian Government visit- agriculture and housing, the These people have a tend- Curchill of England, Dou-
miles. Ring. 7188, 7225 ed New York and the Sta- majority for the first time ency to be overly generous, glass Fairbanks, Jr. of Holly-
1949 Hudson 8 cylinders te of New Jersey. On this Others are taking a check but expect expressions of of Hollwood.
good condition trip he had an opportu- on matters of pecuLiar impor- gratitude in return When
perfect mother. Call 2242 nit) to renew old friend- ance to their areas.In Guate these are not forthcoming, Gladysbar. Froen e
ships made during his prev- mala, for example, the, they do not become resent Vic. bouAybars. illipe L
1949 Buick convertable (ious visits to New York. enuemrators counted how ma" however, and remaine bours.
in A.I. condition. The Vulcan Society made "persons ore shoes ast healthy extroverts, w thr s
Contact Haiti Sun. hm a presennumerators from all the no 'desire tb- convert people,
Contact Hti helmet that they had spe- 22 ATerican republics were to their way of thinking. Ne-. SHIPPING

1940 Dodge has been cialty made for him with trained in the United States vertheless, when pressure is N
well looked after, the name Port- au- Prince so the census could 'be stand- required to .bring necessaryval on Monday i
last price $800 and his rank inscribed in arized. and imnlediae results, very' val on Monday in
last price $800 --------n- few people can match the Port- au- Prince SS George
Contact ,,Haiti Sun" gold on its white surface. NEW YORKfewMape cath match the Por- an- PrceaSseorge
Coai SunNEW YORK intense enthusiasm and ini- ablin from the US with
The Ameriean people that The government charg- tiative of these fiery Sagitta-178 'ons of merchandise. At-
ee well cared h ave had the pleasure of ed fiv persons Frday with rians. a rest, cessco unloading she proced-
for, secjqg at Elie are all an active part in the plot ines eaij.er to them than t ed to Cuba.
S1.20.0. Contact Haiti Sun of the same opinion, that to assassinate President Tru most Qoters. The SS aedurpia wb
1.20. __.__" -he has done much to streng man, including the wives As compntions, they are make thirteen calls at
USED AUTOS WANTED then the friendship and un- of the two Puerto Rican generous tah d s tai'
Small car in goQd derstandig between thegunmen who stormed Blair NI lovnq a etrmney SOThefrtst
condition. Haitian and American' p jHouse Wednesday and kil- Qn- oi'awtV t h ir as The first stop atth
Call 2242. ple. led a guard. der to keep up with them, middle of November.


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Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: November 5, 1950
Publication Date: November 5, 1950

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Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."

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Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: November 5, 1950
Publication Date: November 5, 1950

Subjects

Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."

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BERNARD DIEDERICH

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RESPONSIBLE


rived in Port Friday after-
noon.

The carrier dommanded '
by Captain W. N.~Davis is
9uie. ... .
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a dayl
-tay C ie; which Will end
this. afiternoop s5 p .
The !Fraa'l., jbs -
vel. wilt, &J O
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a sister sbitd t
sean and the i
comipleted in 19. is
9%ftro IP,
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tention of many citizens' as
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it circled over th. city. ', i reevi oa-a Mwaesh to ublaATu
Through the courtesy oftthe in n e tin at the Vpan Society head
U.S Military Attache. an t p 'i4 t e Arece tetiicate a e Presid
Yq. .. vh R l,, Rob< .1 r'*
the officer commanding the .f. the uln Sfe.ity, ,e h.a Rob; & ,m- ery Watehing The pfoee,-
teasel many persop bartb rgs t. ,L3n y W. ite. pesi- lnt of. the A sooitioi 'o- the Advancekient- .f Colo
".mnity .of se.in t.h t el.e P.eqp'ein th New Yorkirea. In e he absence o6f Lt. Geo*ge Elie a. certificate of
-*e*ahl, of -a real aFlat Honorary Mmber i o this .iety -*as entrusted to Capt.EIea
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S .I' PPING, .---- A-iTn spe rheaedS drove on Iatltclu-
._ ,rian. border '.e.'b1..t.. ts (ymbols o-map) after fa-
S. ,t.natic. fted reAaptw- tjg (1) 1 nearby Kwang
S as :,'Taepj eni forces entered Chongju (2)
F :i C.W.FS. --Oapt. 4 'e fIt being received y th. a j ttoops t Tite (habhk to the north. Ame
e .ew X .ork t&h rank, J. Quayle i S K ho landed at Iwon (3)
Deputy .Chief n. Va n6f Brfoklyn, Chief, .Wes.. ." headig to r zthe f ontier;, with ROK troops
Wi@am. ,ifmor lt-,l t.Q *t.,I'Di.ey WIiLe, 'Camiii already it Sdngjid (40. Otfbei ROK forces headed (bro
sioneir Frank J. Quayte, and .hief Wesley 'William and ken arrows) for big reservoirs. (samabts) northwest of
Capt ,Eie. The. picture was taken' la Wednesday at the Iwon. U.S. Marines cleaned out by-passed Reds at
Fire Brigade ielqwete eYo City. Wonsn (5)
(See story no Page 12 I Wonsan (5).


French .troops in Indochi
na were still retreating be-
fore the Chinese-backed ft,.
ces of Vietminh.
Anti- Communist .force
were falling back along.
two key fronts Friday, as.a
observers once ~re wr.fe
watching Asia closely .f.,.
signs, that a 'third w.el
war might he 'develpig..
there. .-
They. still believed it wa,
riot.; But Chinese Commu-
,ist strength was. being --ex.-.
erted. on three 4irectiois,..
and what might cp pe.1 ,:
it node could. te& .'.
The Communist in "ohh
Korea,repotted, Stronqgly rei4
forced from Chin an new
ly equipped from. ssia
were, handing the
Nations forces their first
serious reverses in weeks.


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The Communist invasion
of Tibet continued.
Gen. Douglas MacArtli"ur's
Sheadquariers still consid.r-
ed the North Korean st~kid
as i o. re of a a.s t
ditch defense, than real.
counter- offensive. Spok6f-
'men still declined to cha'iMh
lerize the presence of.. Chin,
se troops as formal inter-
enations was becoming In,
creasingly clear, lioweve
infofthal.
In the Unstn Onjong a-
'rei' NbAth Koreans wete
fighting back bit&rly across
territory over which they
retreated only a few days
ago. They were using- more.
modern, weapons than here-
tofere, whieh presumably
-came from Russia directly,
or by way of the Chinese
Communists. 4


Yesterday tvextig at Aftb
o'clock Perowv ie Was the
witness to a tragical d&ath
A unknown zia& was i# '
home when he 4A
dead on the road near the
market. ,A


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AROUND THE WORLD THIS WEEK...
I co's first elected Governor L. government, its police and cessary steps for the preser--
TEL AVIV. ISRAEL. Israe- WASHINGTON, D. C., firs elected Governor Luis units of the Puerto Rican Na-' ovation of order.b
lis hope to get oil supplies Mlonoz Marin number less tional Guard. Boh the U. S. government.
from sunflowers growing November 2, 1950 than 500 of the Island's mor- and the Insular Government
in the Negev desert wilder- than 2,000,000 inhabitants, In a message to Governor have'taken extreme care to-
nes of southern Israel. ag nstheirmis edTruempt have, according to Island ob- Munoz Marin today, Presi- see that the people or Puerto-
The newspaper Haboker the two members of Puerto servers, been designed to di- dent Tru'map expressed his Rico have full and free op-
said sunflowers should,sup- Rico's extremist Nationalist vert the Puerto Rican people deepest sympathy to the fa- portunity to express whe-
ply all the raw material nee- Party attacked a man who from expressing freely whe-, miles of the members of the other they want to adopt such
ded for Israel's oil consump has strongly advocated, sup ther or not they wish to adopt Insular Police and the Na- a Constitution and also what
on. ported the Nationalist aspir- their own consti';uion. These .
tion. nations af Pu-erto Rico. Barely disturbances have included ai tional Guard killd or wound- it should contain. Thelaw
VICTORIA, B.C. Prose- six months after assuming ing hooting attempt from an au-ed in the criminal attacks.,. enacted by the U. S. Congress
cuiors dopnt often get the Presidency, Truman first tomobile a t h He added ( thank, especially from the expressed his strong convic- te Go died or suffered wound submitted to qualified voters
wives of. the men prosecut- tion that the people of the nor's Palace in Sqn Juan, and diedfens or suf law and order wounds in Puerto Rico. for acceptan-
d.But one womanwas gra Caribbean Island, now a U. catered attacks on police order ce orrejectionthroghan Is-
efu ore wsan bngr S. territory, should decide stations and post offices in dese orvtic ofh land-wide referendum to be-
teful for her husband being themselves what they most various parts of the Island deserve the gr/titutde of the land-wide referendum o be
called to court and ordered desire for their political' fu- Latest information from Puer' nation no less than those held in accordance wt'th the
to pay hospital insurance tureD, not excluding indepen to Rico indicates that the Na-1 who have died for the same laws of Puerto Rico. Upon
premiums. dence. In a special message. ionalist outbreak is under great cause on the field ofthe voters participating in
Her husband now is in a to Congress on October 17,1 control The quelingof the battle. I a glad to ]earn that such a referendum, the Legis-
hospital and- if the action 1945, Truman said cIt is the outbreak has been the situation is now' undel
hadn't been taken we'd be settled policy of this govern-I urei has ben handled control and that the Insular Continued on Page 11
faced with hospital bills we ment to promote the politi- pu rely by the Island's own authorities have taken all ne
couldn't affords- she said. cal, social and economic de- ___ .---- _
velopment of people who ha- .,,"-' .- .- "-
NEW DELHI. INDIA. Is e not yet attained ... "
pulling a new airline fleet government, and eventually' '4' "
from the dusty five-year-old to make it possible for themA
pile of war disposals left of government. It is our pri- &-
here by the Allies. I de that this policy was faith-
The Comunications Mi- fully pursued in the case of 24...
iilstrj has announced that bhe Philippines. The people of
70 twinengined Curtiss Com the Philippines determined
mandos, used in wartime to that they desired political in-
carry freight, will be recon- dependence and the Govern-
ditioned as passenger pla- meant of the United States ma
nes. India's present commer de provision to this effect....
cial fleet consists largely of It is now time, in my opi-4
another wartime plane, the union, to. ascertain from. the $ei\?
Douglas DC-3. people of Puerto Rico their'41
wishees as. to: the .ul iate.
PEOPLE statdVtWhich they" pefer;, and..,
Across the Han River and to grant to thdm fthe kind of
on the way to the border govetniment which they de-
last week, a big, tqugh Ma- sire., ,
rine sergeant carried a box. During a visit to Puerto Ri',,.t.
He showed its contents to a co, in 1948, the President ."
hit too: she'd forgotten to reaffirmed his conviction
with these words: I have ..
In Copenhagen, .Den- said to the Congress several '.


mark, a gorgeous model cu times -- andt I repeat it- here TARGET CITY. Target of the newest Communist drive is Lasa, capital of
ved across the stage to mo- that the Puero Rican peo- Tibet, which is the aim of an attack byn Chimmunist drive is Lhasa, capital ofs An army of
del a housecoat and a nigh- ple should have the right toh Tibet, c cdi an attack by Chinese Reds An army of 10.0ha men
tie. .Having shown the coat determine for themselves Puhas invaded Tibet, accord g to the Indian Government. Spearheads were said
to advantage, she opened it erto Rico's political relations to be within 200 miles of Lhasa.
to display the garment bei- hip to the continental United
States.)) Truman's support Of
neath. She made quite a States.> Truman's .support of .-. --" o. "
self-government for Puerto
don the, nightie!
don the nightie! Rico, however, has gone far

Thomas E. Dewey brought beyond words. In 1946 he ap-
u11 the .subject of Russian pointed as Governor of Puer-
slae labor at a New York 'o Rico the first native ever
diner and, before he. had to hold that post,Jesus T.Pu.e
ro. A year later he sdppor-
completed his sentence, Rus ted, and the U. S. Congress
sia's Andrei Vishinsky and
Jakob Malik had gone for approved, a law granting the
another walk. people of Puerto Rico the
right to elect their own Go-
HOLLYWOOD vernor, and to select all their
own national officers save for
About the only stable night the Auditor and the judges
club left in Hollywood are, of their Supreme Court. LesV
the' M, canbo and Ciro's O- than four months ago, on Jur-
thers are folding, Even famn- ly 3, Truman signed an Act
ouis Slapsie Maxie's popular passed by the present U. S.
for yeqrs 'has given up the Congress which gave the peo-
ghost. Other spots just han- ple of Puerto Rico the right
going on may shutter for good to select all their officers and
in .a short time. Tourists are also made provisions for them
not finding the town so gay to write their own constitu-
as formerlyy. Some movie 1Lion, if they wanted to. The-
stars have taken homes in current outbreaks of violen-
oth. -cities. e incited by theNationalistsCL
ii e incited by theNationalists, CLEAN. UP 'DAY. British troops in the drive toward the Manchurian bor-..
who according to Puerto Ri- der pause to direct North Korean villagers in a cleanup of their streets.


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HAITI SUN


HAITI THIS WEEK...


WE HAIT ANii od and Elzire Ulysse ma whose management is en- dence of Pantma. The Bo- d
''EDERATION OF d'e seecies. A great numb- rusted to the specialist Hu- livarian Society of Haiti or-
FOOT ALL COMMITTEE er jers6ns were present at go Racine. These courses lganized for this purpose at
VISITS this meEting which ended, which are to place on Mon the MBC a grand radiopho- n
PRESIDEN LECT with a speech by MOP's day and Friday of every nic fesial during which
PAUL M4AL G IKE leader, Deputy elect Daniel week are made possible MM!. David Borges aId St.
Last Monday mdriting the Figndle. through the spirit of collab Victor JMM B aptiste delive-
C nmtee FHF accompanied --- oration of the Director Victor Jn. Baptiste delive- a
..ii--ittee H a corni ianiiiheDirector-de
Vir Sada, Director RECONISTRUCTION oration of the Directored speeches in commemora E
the Bureau of Sports and WORK RESUMED AT eralof National Ed.ucatonr- tion of the Independence" of r
r elix Baker, r esenta- THE OLD CATHEDRAL Mr. esinteres Gabriel. Per- the valiant people of Pana- T
Cur. belix Baker, tepSit ro sons interested' may regist-
tive of the Club Delegates, SinceMndaythe r er at the Foyer des Arts ma.
were received by Col. Paul Plastiques,, Rue du Centre T
-T.agloire. They submitted to Cathedral has been resume No. 108. These Courses STATE OF HEALTH OF
'Col. Paul IV agloire mthe pro- d under the direction f constitute a new initiative DR. BAYARDELLE
blemi of-the Federation. The gh Ehgineer of the Depart- of the Foyer, adding to 0" r-, ....
main problem facing the Fe- men't of Public Works. its already large education- The relatives and friends
deratiofi today is the need SWEDISH CONSULATE al program. of Dr. Christian Bayardelle P
,0 a larger training field. FLAG AT HALF MAST were affected by the news G
The present football ground, he flag of the Swedish received on Friday last that n
'Park 'Lconte, is not suffi- Consulate in Port-au- Prin- ANNIVERSARY OF Dr. Bayardelle who reach- n
cdent to hold all the teams ce as well as that of the ANNIVERSARY OF THE ris two months ago o
in Port-au-Prince that wish British Leation are at halINDEPENDENCE OF was severely ill. Mme Ba- f
-to practice. Although a field mast owing to the death of PANAMA yardelle's presence was ret si
is under oonstruetion at Pe- King Gustave VI. quesied urgently and she si
tibnvi le and at Croix- des- -. ----- November 3rd was the an-. left on Sunday last to join n
Boqiet this does .not solve .REE LATORTUE niversary of the Indepen- her husband. Rumors of his r
the problem here in Port au- PASIDENT OF THE
Pritn&. Football is Haiti's na CIVIL COURT AT
ilotial sport and it is gaining GONAVES
foreign popillatioh sb much been appomited president of
'sothat every Sunday the I the Civit C-btr' oTf Goiiaives
crowds attending. th- game Being one of the hbAt -qua-
at Park Leconte are more lified of 'thb Btt of Gohii- \ .
tthaB record. It is hqjed that ves it is believed he will
-this problem of a traitinrg fully justify the "nifide~ce
field in- Port- aui- Price'will the Government placed. in 'HOOD AND
be solved as the Committe hm-
hopes to develop" more 'firgt ACCIDENT' ON
rake teams to create a large CROIX DES i BOUQUETS /
-series of competition games RO6AD- S L .:I" .' -
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Last" Monday morning at
The coffee season is again lo ca nin ette .
in full swing. Sinte the first derived b' cl iUffeu, ol- -./
days of October the gathe- phe Louissai tnd over
ing of the coffee beat has;int he rli.n 6f r 'Saf i r f '
been an active part of the wa s ram v, Os s '
peasants' life in certain areas d eti in ou i n with passen- ..
of the country. At Petite Ri-1 g's for 6t-au-Prince an
viere de I!'Artibon.ite, where traveling atV dk usual e /c I
first class coffee is harvest oiette speed (break neck t
the coffee b u y e r s have spd) after applying the .
already purchased large brakes it turned over and se \----
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stocks at G. 1.75 'per pound. work it turned over and se-'
In the Central Plateau, and v of the passengers we-
the North and the South it is r rriously injured:
reported that the coffee grow siouslyinjured
ers are being paid a saisfac- THi. EARTH
tory price this season. A- THAt"'-OPENS
-cording to news received -. Jacques Dorismond
from all the he chief cofee re has t thitte4. to our office
gions of the country th6 crop a cipy' of lhis poems tied
will be much higher than it aTh6 Edarth that Opens,
was last year. 'This is very (La Teire qri s'ouvre).This
encouraging as coffee is one book Which will be :read
of the first cinnmodities with pli&sur? by any critic
which pour.-foreigi sil'r iih- is prefaced F'v Me 4Antoio
to the coffer of this coiin- Vieux. Comp'iments to Mr.
try. J. Dorismon'! to whodim we
GRAND MEETING OF address our best wishes of

Sunday last at 4.00 p.rf FOYER DES ARTS
a Women's meeting of tie] PLASTIQUES
Moirvemfent Ouvrier Paysan HAS INAUGURATED ITS
(MOP) was organized at CERAMIC COURSE'
Poriall St Joseph during
whiilh various leaders of1 The aFoyer des Arts Plas-
this League: Mme Daniel tiques- iniiugurated last
Figiible,' Miles Julie Ray- 'week" its Ceramic course


leath are being circulated.
Fortunately it is nid iot0'
able received Monday an-
nounces that his "health has
improved. We rejoice on
eceiviig this gopd newp,
nd wish to our friend Dr.
Iayardelle a prompt recove
y.
'HE PRESIDENT AND
1iEP1ERS OF
'HIE JUNTA
GOVERNMENT
TAKE PASSAGE
TO 'GONAIVES
)Friday evening at 10:00
'.M. the members of the
government Junta accompa
ied by Staff officers, Cgbi-
et Ministers anid various
officials I e f t by boat
or Gonaives Where they as
st to the cereinoni'als of :
st ini the' ceremodials of
uency sessions. They wilt
return Saturday evening.


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LETTER FROM BELGIAN CONGO.


By Arthur Gavshon tanga Province. A dirt "road um deposits. In the bluish- bes living in the Northeast UiMHK holds Belgian Go
links it with Elisabethville, Black ore uranium appears Congo and in neighboring vernment concessions to eix-
Elisabethville, Belgian Con 110 miles southeast. I hired as a primary not a second- Ruanda- Urundi, a trustee- ploit the Katanga's mineral
go. a station wagon and set ary, deposit. ship territory which Belgi. riches until March, 1990L It
"Boy, when it comes to out. Signs along the road The mine is said to pro- um runs for the United Na- just about owns thriving E
uranium, I'm deaf, dumb warned we were on UMHK duce about 90 varieties of tions. l isabethville, the Congo's se
and blind", territory, to quit before we uranium- yielding minerals. COMPANY MAKES LAW cond town.
J. Brock Havron, lanky got into trouble. Their content of uranium RICH IN COPPER, TOO
American consul in this I didn't have to make up oxide pitchblendee) ranges WORK at Shinkolobwe
thriving boom town, quiet- my mind to turn back. It from' 40 to 90 per cent. begins at 6 a.m. each day TOGETHER with North-
ly added: ,That's how you' was made up for me. Arm- Among Shinkolobwe's and last eight hours -Sun ern Rhodesia. the Cpngo
It find most people in the ed African guards stopped yield, either in association days excepted. produces more than one-
Congo". the car and asked for my with uranium oxide or free During the war the UM third of the world's copper
He was right, papers. And so we came are gold, and platinum. HK ran thee round- the [t also has the world's
Deep in the Belgian Con- back, shopping off to talk clock shifts, working the biggest diamond field, cov-
go bush at Shinkolobwe,the to people in neighboring The uranium ore, after then open pit under search- ering more than 150 thou-
Union Miniere du Haut- village and fa-ms to get an some on- the- spot proces- lights, sand square miles and yield
Katanga (UMHK), runs the idea of what goes* on at sing, goes first to Elisabeth Deeper level mining, ing three- quarters of the
world's richest uranium mi- Shinkolobwe. ville for partial refinement which involves timbering, world's industrial diamnotds
ne. It is a powerful Belgian The Shinkolobwe uran- and. packing into big metal is going on today UMHK Cobalt, zinc, cadmium, tin,
run company in which both ium mine is a huge, open drums. Then westwards a- spokeesmen say the acci- tungsten, also are produced :
British and American inter- gash, about a half mile long about one thousand dent rate is "normal" but UMHK's net profits in'
est have shares. square. Its terraced sides go miles-of British- owned rail refuse to disclose figures. 1948 were 18.880.000 dol-
When I asked to see the down about 225 feet and roads to Lobito, in Portu- For mining the ore lars.
lonely village where more at the bottom great steam guese Angola. From Lobito which sells at several thou- An unpublicized Belgian
than one thousand one-time shovels grub out the ore. it goes across the Atlantic sand dollars per ton the industrialist named Edgar ^
jungle dwellers are grub- Athough .uranium had to the United States for Afdicans are paid from 12 B. Sengier is UMHK's mn :
bing out of the earth about been noted there in 1915, still further treatment, or to 24 dollars monthly. Mo- aging director. He is 71, an
half the Western World's mining began only in 1921 fifths of the world's radium re skilled technicians and immackilate, urbatie figure.
supply of the precious whi- when the Belgians found .to British and French plants Iclerks get from 44 to 58 Amodig the 11 fellor-di-
.t .metal, I met a blank a way of extracting a few Some of tfe 0 or so bet-el dollars monthly, rectors are two fBritot: Sol '
,wall of refusal, ounces of radium each year giants who ftun the mine metimes directors meet inh
What would happen if I out of the uranium ore. say the African native .Over and above his wa- Brussels. Sot es a fet i
got in a car and just drove Shinkolobwe became the don't know 'wiat they'tb ges the Shinkolobwe miner of them' get together in EliW T
to Shinkolobwe? sources, for about three- handling. UMHK officials gets free housingg, lavish sabefthtille.
,You wouldn't get there, fifths of the world's radium assert labor troubles tever medical attention. food, do Ohe thing they rarely
The UMHK official was occu on the mtine. Labor thing elementary education talk about: uranitim.
right. ALSO GOLD uionis are banned. The df- sport and recreational faci- -
DEEP IN BUSHLAND AND PLATINUM ficials say there lias been lities. The miners are sub- There is only one religion i7
.gWNKOLOBWE is -deep j absolutely no Communist ject to-compariy law, trans- though there are a hundred .
--ih i es ad miles of bush- FABOULOUS penetration. gressions being tried by a versions of it.
1 ah ;n the soiiheastern cor we cbtitf% 4-he iches of Most of the African wor- company court which ipiho- souv.ent difici.es afge.ri
nl" of the Congo's rich Ka the world's known urani- kers. are .recruited from trih ses company punishiieiits.
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CORNER sCIENCE COLUMN
SEXCERPTS FROM TAI BOT'S FRENCH DICTIONARY CALLING DWO RHINE
"* OUGHTS FROM That murmurs the melody of .
A HAITI HILLTOP peasantsns plight. Chateaubriand My Hat's on fire dif you h aen so hvd a
Wtlin the broad .dimens- Or cry of dog from some Ile de France I'th sk of my friends dog with extra-sensary pa W ;
Jtsidns of thli sky [far hill"Whine, Mal de Mer iMdT's sidk ers, DrB.J.B. Rhine, head'r
And'thvering wind- swept The,. deeper .poigitna y of fli-m a ne :I'~ cti typel f the Dpattnelnt of Piaps#-
[cloquds the. Sun I hunger antid'ff t. Allons enfants de la Patrie Come on kids, let's go to a Jchology at Duke Univenity,
Preseits his fud'lness to the And so thrahgh' stishine: party j Durham, N.C. woild like
[shore .[anid dhtl if Hfight, Pot de ereme Potr the cream hear about it. Take the ira-
A store cf ;disery the unre- Jourteyibg. tip Ihese hills Joyeux Noel Happy Sixth Avenue ny known cases of d6ts w Rho
(tehutiig rays Have totiched Etf liiight, Eau de Cologne Will pay for the perfums have gone over thousand o
Ant. in the darekened sphe- The thotigtful Soul to later miles ot strange land to A
[.re of Nifgli-t testetid l~%f iubt alightS: Clair de Lune Mrs. Luce is nuts their own r, or e do
-&*'k ;hose howls have foretold a
That scattered into flight, t* dfti iereater' look uP S'li vbus plait Not sterling ws seom
(ithe Sun before him 41in tie 'Iland. a strife, Endive In a night club amrni titgedy. TisLse .b
Fr the Field of Light, of the er to Carte Blanche Take Blanche home to dewndra e taom e .
he wandering I [and wane A la carte On the wagon "fe 'hUmans have, and Pr.
lRhin.e and his associates are
{has his way: Through this' selfsdrme Hill Coup de grace Cut the' grass Rhintestb ind his associates a
The light dmscertait beat of '[otp-and'for all in vain! Au contraire Away from the city inerestedin epeim ing
I drums lT Linda- tThomas. Tout en fa ille Let's get drunk at home wite t toe
Sir John Lavery, the fiakn- Honqri de Balzac No hitting below the belt y pers. S if youf dt A
ous painter, Wite of an old ____ ha ever perT~omed ant' f t :
Scoish grdener who wert; -- that you couldn't explain.'
one *fay to dGn exhibition of: CAVE PICTURES MT. WASHINGTON call Rhine!
pictties- in London. Yh^e ol'. LOSS OF VOIoE aCE --- '._.
nane, itthenvty suseypd rie .O.
P itel e Hopalog's enemies might iount Washington, New
pictarb 1a.Weltlt, te Fatl!, CoMplete loss of voft- 'of- have gotten the idea of con- Hampshire, highest summit STRENGH OF WOOD
and temakizl staring. ithtil ten obtff v*i W, vAnt cealing their -dentity from 'in the northeastern United The density of he solid:
'asked what he tho.fg" Of'0 it. to escape a pj* 'rb they do the early caye man. NOth States, has a mere 38- foot wood substance of all species
4 think no great things not ish to face. The afflic- African cave pictures reveal altitude edge ovei Miount of trees Is practically the sa-
of it was the reply. cWhy, tion,. hysteicA in" ~o f-th hat in 18.000 B.C, men us- Washington in southwestern me.The dry weight is, there-
sif ,-Eve is tempting Adam curs mostly in women, and cd masks to conceal their fa- Washington state. The sum- fore a measure of the amount
- w 1 apple 6! & vdaity tf t ..e voice can be soon restor- 6es when,"hinting wild -ninm- mits ar,-6.288 feet and 6250 of wood substance presflt:;
wasn't knowp till aboot twen ed by proper psychological 5s. They believed this was feet above isea" lerel -espcti- depends the strength t',sh."
ty years ago*. Treatment. certain, protection., vely. clear Wood.
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PRICE RECIPE
Hours are fromn8 wa.till
OF THE WEEK 5 .h some shp loeb
tween the hours of 12 ard
SENT JIN By S QWSNSQjUjLY
The first cookies T learned Sat. is noon closing
to make were, the old- fas a number of shops especial-
hioned oatmeal ki&with 'Kai ly Souvenir shops stay o so
sins in them. Herb's antotherythhou oe ay
kind of oatmeal cookies. Fill Th hps intisec Bnk pe a es a
up the cooy jar. O newspaper, and to the $Close09t1IP.0S( ai%
COCONUT- best of our knowledge noon.
COOMES, their merchandise is of,
Cream V, eup shtni good quality and good Of Ilose o5ns
w~ith 1/2 e p brown sugar, __ue-m and close at 5J30 M
lightly packed or pressed in
the cup, and ;/ cu-p granulat A DEPARTMENT OF SOUVENIRS
ed sugar. Follow same poe AT NATIVE MAIGANYW
dure in creamling for cookies LA BELLE CREOLE
you do for a cake. Add 1 Haiti's leading de apartment store. HURRY
beaten egg and beat ,mixt-H
ure well. Sift together 1 cupve
'aeTm and x
flour, 2 teaspoon baking so-

da, 1/4 teaspoon baking pow. FPU Ee f m
de b~ / teaspoo Fai.RENCH PERPFUMES
Siftin dry ingredients ontoctryJ
apiece of wax paper saves
washing an extra bowl. Add

"s."'A'::d RGES DELANDE
2 teaspoon vanilla, 1/4 cUP
quickcboking Tolled, oats, I u uPul
cup crisp ready- to- eat rice
cereal and Y2 cup shredded
coc~onut. Dro by heaping'
teaspoonfuls. onto greased
cooksy sheets 3 inches apart.L
bake in ;moderate oven,
500 LOr about 15 minutes A
move from cook sheets
with widespatula and cool on
rack.1VMakes 4L. ozen cookie. Artf'Td Curio ShopURW DR
Rue du Qua i el:' 3145
TOMAO JELEP HAITIXN HANDCARVED MAHOGANY
2 cans (8 oz. size)
4 teaspoons leon


8 sprigs. fresib tU E OU M NT5ER
Cool to touch andtaste,
this spicy tomato julep. Fill
fouri tall glasses of pewter
mugs (if you have them)
with' crushed 'ice. Blend the Here is your chance to Choosq
tomato sauc6 witJ len a lovy gift- ,o do your B R
juice and- fill each glass or --wn hopping, Buy what you $5.00
nug 3/4 full. Store in. the (vnt' now from
refrigerator or about- 2 VAI N ORIENTALE Eqiv
hours so the glasses g fros and let us hold it for yo
ty and the ice dilutes sauce nly a very small downpay-
Decorate with mint sprigs. mene, What co 'I
LIST OF ARRIVALS CUeFo: icA
M1en's- Sh~oes C,0
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Ladies Shoes, Uderwear BEST FOR LESS at HAITS
Cotton, Silk' and z h aldFrEs
Strapless dresses ONY eNS.PICEg Le alrsJwlr ein
Nures White shoes and Kresler tie bars ,and cuff links
Stockihngs; haeunique parallel linking inspired
Infants -Shoes yIthe natural 'design-grace of barn-
Childw Shoesaliiglint thatharmonizes
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WE DO SPEAK FRENCH VATICAN
,NEWSPAPER
The average person doesn't realize that almost half the NEW SP A DE
words in his vocabulary are pure French,- not in pronun VISIBLE BLADE
citation, but in origin, spelling, and meaning. E .
When William the Conqueror defeated King Harold at A AINST -
the Battle of Hastings in 1066, he imposed Norman Frenc'( -
on' the British as their official language. The Anglo-Saxon Each morning except 1VLon-
of the British and thE Norman French of the -conquerors day when he walks into his
Merged to form what we are now pleased to call the En- Vatican study at 8 O'clock
glish language, the composition of which is-approximately Pope Pius picks up a small
French, 37 per cent; Anglo- Saxon, 25 per cent; Latin, brown envelope from his
16, per cent; Greek, 13 per cent; all others 10 per cent. desk .
It must be observed, however, that English grammar On its face,.there is print- ..
is Germanic (Anglo- Saxon), and is not based on either ed in Italian: To his Holi- -
French or Latin. And all the working words of English ness, PP XII,FR, Thd / -
J.. he articles, pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions, etc means ,,felicitously reigning>
are> Germanic. And all the simple words are Germanic 7- For the next half hour to
words like man, woman, child, house, ,farm, field, bread, 50 minutes the 74 year- old -y.
food, water, eat sleep, cook, sew, plough, -cow, sheep. leader of the world's 428 fni!
On. the other hand most of our abstract words of refin- lion Catholics reads'and stu-
.- Oaient, cult'.re. and civilization are French. and. Latin. dies his copy of (l'Osservato-
K: And, practically all words and titles of a military nature re Romano, the Vatican's se
-are French: corporal, sergeant, lieutenant, captain, 'colo- mi-official organ aitd the vi- BRA$SERIE DE I
.' nel, general, rifle, cannon, bayonet, battalion, regiment, sible 'blade aga i n t the
division army. Church's foes the chief
Legal and medical terms are from, the Latin. Scientific one today in its ninetiethh'.
":" terminology is mostly Greek. Musical terms are Italian. year of publication being.com
f..-The vernacular of the socalled coW country" is of Spanish munism.
origin. Most culinary terms are- French. At the Kremlin,. a copy of
Practically all English words with these endings are Osservatore or a summary HE I
from -the French: ism, asm, re (massacre), eur (amateur),' of its contents is p!aced be- '
i.que (antique), et (cadet), ette (etiquette), age (garage), fore 'Marshal Stalin it is re- One-'of our neighbors is pro
S.'and (grand), ant (chant), ier (premier), iere (brassiere), ie ported. ific knowledge -and likes to sh
'- {ligetis), oise (noise), u (menu), ure (-nature), tre (theatre) For years, -the Kremlin has bridge club. One. afternoon sh
-eau beauau, ee (fiancee), ard (boulevard), ine (machine), been getting three' of the 60 .llid, euse (chartreuse), ile (facile), ance (brilliance), oir (reser- thousand copies of Osservato of the spout, of the kettle?'
Yvoir), ail (detail), on (chiffon), ion .(million), ond (blond), re printed daily, except Sun a fIt means, said, Bobby, t
:. onde ('blonde),. aise. (chaise) oire (,moire) ouche (douche) day. .. one of daddy's'~etters.,'
-.uge. (rouge), out (bout), oute (route), uit (suit) rite (suite) cL'Osservatore oRomano _*
S(debris). -is .unlike any other newspa-.
u6 s d ionstrat he dual clhracter; of o0 Fanegirage per in the world;
-by. At:-g a few word pairs, keeping ia mind the #L'st perst published July 1,
-- :r.d l simple Anglo-Saxon, and that the. second is.. of 1861, to defend the Vatican .
Fienchl origi-: against attacks of the rising
.' Baby, infant; whole, entire; neighborhood, environs; Italian nation which had
-mistake, error; room, chamb ier; tired, fatigued; woods stripes it of its papal states, .
r forest, .sae. form; often, frequent; awkward, gauche; Osservatore began by fighting
'; great, large; lead, guide. v Italian statesman Cami ca' B\
'm.all, minute; thoughtful, pensive; first- premier; walk, your. -. III C
S nomenade; fast, rapid; incomrne, revenue; dark somber; it has never stopped figh-
dine; bock volume; feel, touch; work labor;' till, cult- ting. I' ,. p pe '-AZ
i ;e think, riagine. Its t6nre during the last 30 .1U'
C-ook, chef; peace, concord; build, construct; body, years has 'been set by massi-. ."
S shi ress costume; bravery, courage; /wish, desire; ve, gray and leoniine Giusep- IN
rshp reerene; building, edifice; use employ. pe Dalla Torre, Count of San -'
..i.eb 1y r g 1'slinetto, who writes 90 per -ENGLI
"" .cent of Ossrvatre's blunt Sole distributor
E Y URand sometimes vitriolic -pole- New York Herald
-. In retorting, as does al Da
FRESH, most daily, to Moscow Radio ALA CARAVI
or Pravda or Italian Commu- .* ,s
C RISP nist Unilla, he is. capable of '
saying harshly of a Commu- -
SAn Sist opponent. There areeno copy boys.
SS < lies and if.he did not lie he is a telephone. On 'the are le
could not serve his master. occasions when bre rings, it p.
.I The now 65 year-old man- sounds -apologetic. There is ri
aging editor has no use for no rush. qi
I- typewriters. He uses a pen Each morning assignments G
Io. t o scratch out in painstaking with wordage indicated are la
script his daily columns. So distributed. 1n.
do each of his 15 reporter-ed- Each*"article has its allotted.
itors. space in the day's edition. >
On the third floor of one There are no make-up prog si
of the three small Vatican blems as the world's news de 'b
HAITIAN AMERICAN City buildings that house the velops. A catastrophe might ic
SCLEANERS Osservatore plant, -each- report cause the shifting of two in- u
DRY CLEANERS ter editor has a private room ches of type. .But ordinarily
| along.. a quiet corridor. It i2 Osservatore's make- ,up is
NiXT aTO 'PN AMEIi.?C AN AIRWA:YS OFFICE more. like hospital wing khidmin 'at; the start of the e
.. than a news office,- working day. d


A COURONNE

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ow him o
he asked'
ai when

that you


r little boy's scierit- -
)ff in front of -our
the would- be, qutiz
steam copies Out -' V.

are going to open


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.D er'e.has- little, if
ny newstand, sa-
es- o Verage neyWs-
aper l ic in, apho-
sim,- .. BT---and .classical
quotations -n Latin and,
xreei. a:id'alfa dozen other
languages, it is 'not an easy
newspaper to read.;

,Cbpies go to many embas-
ies ,to every cardinal, arch-
ishop and, bishAp, to relig.
ous orders and to Catholic
niversities and-' colleges.


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ach afternoon
ay.


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DRAMA WRITTEN IN ENGLISH

UNS WIDE POPULARITY


IF.L alull LIUhAl f II '--T
THE BOLIVAR To compile the bpst and Observers of the .musical the stage by the American i the home of the principal,
COUNTRIES most useful information for scene in the United States dramatist Maxwell Anderson characters.
all 'kinds ofi travelers, Co- have commented in recent and the late German- born Concern with serious the
COLOMBIA, EQUADOR wards McCann picked Wil- months on the growing int- composer Kurt Weill. Mr mes is another distinguishing
*VFINEZBJELA liam Russell to do an un- rest in modern English- lan- Weill lived in the United Sta characteristic of these operas
usual on the spot reportage guage. opera. At the same ti- tes from 1935 until his death Two of the three, aThe Con-
Few people knpw what already the author of seve- me classical opera is gaining early this year. part or what countries of ral searching human inte- a Wider hearing than ever ble based on the play ,The Little depict contemporary prod
the great South -American rest books, and with a back fore, through radio and tele, Foxes) by the American 6om blems. ((The' ConsulD show.
continent were freed fVom vision and through the ef- poser Mjarc Blitzstein. .a group oa people trying to
continent were freed from ground of several years ser- e.c ro m: a. pe lie state
Spanish rule by Simon Bo- vice in South American dip forts of music schools, univer',. escape from.-a.. pdlide state
livar, the great leader known omatic .posts, MWr. Russell sity opera workshops, and All three composers are and their despair at the de-
still to the natives as El Li- was the best choose for community opera companies. I known for their interest' .in lays and -indiffereftie they en
bertador. this task. His up- to-the Olin Downes, music critic reaching the widest possible counter in the consul's office.
Simon. Iolivar whs born minute picture of Venezue. of the New York Times de--audience. According, these o- ( in Caracas, Venezuela, son la Colombia, and Ecuador, voted a recent column to dis p9ras were written in .-En- ry of-the understanding that
of a wealthy family, and the Bolivar couAtries is. cussion of the latest trends gUsh and produced on a re- is born -between two elderly
like most young aristocrats, one of the most interesting in American opera. I lative!y simple scale. They men *involved in a tragedy
he was sent to Europe for and informative in our In- .his education. En route and vitation to Travel. Series. Significant manifestationsI the .smaller theaters, of citiess in South. A4rica. Although
-from Europe he had opportu Armchair travelers will than ever before in America that do ndt have large opera ,,Regina) has its setting id'
nity t stop off in the new.A Iind iI' especially .amustngi will prove to have been the' hqises. In contrast to grand the American South of th9
median Colonies and le and full of the authentic distinguishing characteristic opera, traditionally requiring early twentieth. century, its
first hand the real meaning word pictures that make of the 1949-50 'music season, a. large orchestra and 'cast theme a ruthless woman's
of Democracy and Fieedom masterful writing. Here is Mr. Downes said., .. and .elaborate stage settings, machinations to obtain wealth
It is generally conceded a book all readers will en- < that it was here in the joy, whether or not they year may come to be looked uses an orchestra of 25 .pie- temporary relVaeane;
United States that he conceiv ever plan to visit any of the upon foreign composers of ces and a cast of 14..Its In this typ3e rAlidsical
ed his great dreamof a Bolivar countries. Divide in the course of. qur -three acts are each divided theater,, as MlVari ISlitztein re-o
United States of.,South A- . iLIAM RUSSELL "' ^ atic histdy. For the' first intb two cdenes, with the set- cently pointed. out, <(Reality
erica. Bolivar did not suc AUTHOR OF fgfty years .. have., been ,es- '.ting alternating betw een 6n-' is a sine qua non- depth and,
hceed in uniting the peoples ^ BOLIVAR COUNTNIES sentially Yedrs of asifti-ila- ly t6o Interiors, tHie W4tg truth of subject matter is
he freed, but his valorous '. 2 ti6n- 0! M6 A a stan room of the consulate and the inp6rtant .factor.,
feats in the succeeding William Russell hasan. en- dards of performance, tradi-
years, the battle after bloo- viable career for a young tions of interpretation,and an
,dy battle, and the final and writer, H Ais s~ddfig4 wid- upon foreign composers of
victorious liberation of half aely in three American univ- upon foreign composers ofr
a continent, is one of the ersities and one in /Europe; our resortorry:
, most brilliant chapters in: during the war he was sta- .
the history of the Ned' tioned with the Military A- <,iS year opera has been
World. ,Itach6 to the Goverments in much' friode of A native prod-
Amerjcans have always I Exile in London and the6 in ut and an expression of our
felt a kinship and pro-the Offic -o tThe Military and an ideas... It has asiott of our
found admiration for Boli- Atache in Montevideo. Writ-I aown iden-as... It has attain ined
ar and for the countries ing steadily since 1940, Mr. the entertainment world, and
he liberated. As they dev- RLtssell has had five books begun to catch n up with ts
elop and asume their psi- published, one the highly su period>.
tions in the world pattern cessftill Berlin Embassy, 3 no During the 1949-50 season
,of countries, they are be. vels,and one a play produced at D nthe 1 se o-
coming more and more im- in London,. Mdst of hi's books ioi on the stages of Broad
portant to the average Ame have been published here and wa Nely York City's thea-
-as offe, Ana isyresnt B ei c op era:
rican. As tourist countries in En.gland, and some in Bel rical center, were works' in
,they are, still to be classed gium, Czechoslbvakia, and which a fusion of action and
-as coff the beaten track-. Argentina. He is at present The
although many new delu- I living in International Valley music was attempted. Thte.
xe Hotels are splinging u) Delaware 'County, in New- of the productions (The ""
in all of them- As potential York, where he is complet- Consub>, 'Lost in the Stars) This is a' scerie .frm customers for American bu-ling another novel, and cRegina. are related atrical success of the past,season ,in New York .City an4
.siness men to watch, they j in form and purpose to the dn exmnle of the most recent developments in Arreri-
afore among America's nearest, Obtainabvelle price $0at other twvo .-- wkiss MIe Ka- can musical productions. foreign markets.. Caravele price te,, and '(South Pacific,) are atic music and an intensely dramatic plb'of, describing the
essentially. musical comedies, fate of emigrants from a police state. The musical play
with interpolateLd songs and. was written' by Gian-Carlo Wenotti, Italiati- born. dom-
A mound 'a little higher ances. poser who his spent the phst 22 years in the Umited Sta
!graded w The 'music and libretto of tes.
Perhaps upoQ a stone a chi-. ,The Consul))..were written
t 1b Itdlian- born fGian-rlaron


soon Venotti, who has- speni. 2 '
led his 38 years# i'tl'j. United A ratrrifd man can do any cotie famious- without ability.
that ates. aiLo t !inte Stars is thing he likes if his wife-' IVty way .f l i teU .
based on the book aCry, the doesn't i ind; a widower the truth; ils the fuinmesf Jo
Seloved Cointry,. by the no can't be too careful. ke in the world. /
Pa .r- velist Alan Patton of South Martyrdom is the only Success covers a multitude
- friea. It was adapted for.way ,i which a man can be- of blunders. .

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[blurred and fad
An then oblivion- that,
(is fame.
By Henry Watterson
Editor sCourier- Journal


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NEWS FROM....

VENEZUELA
LOAN AFTER
EARTHQUAKE
The Federal Executive,
through the channel of the
Corporacion Venezolana de
Fomento, has put at the dis
posal. of the Banco Region-
al de Fomento of Barquisi-
meto the sum of half a mil
lion bolivar intended for
the granting of loans to the
merchants affected by the
earthquake of August 18.
The.documents were signed


Venezuelh export products
to the United States.
PROFESSOR TQ SEE
U.S UNIVERSITIES
Invited by the Govern-
ment of the U.S.A to visit
the Universities of that coun
try Dr. Julio de Armas, Rec
tor of the Central Universi-
ty of Venezuela. will leave
for North America this
week.


TO INVESTIGATE
THE AMAZON


exist on account of erroneous viewed, 131, or 43 percent,
interpretation of the Conven- were United States produc-
tion; third, to reaffirm the, tions, 58 Mexican, 27 Spa-
respect to the sovereignty of nish, 25 Argentine. 22 Brit-
every .one of the countries ish, 13 Italian, 14 Chinese,
in whose territory the Instit- 9 French, and 4 Japanese.-
ute is authorizedd to develop AIl of the short subjects
activities; and fourth, to em and newsreels reviewed we-
phasize the predominance ofI re of United States and Bric


regional character of the Ins
titute. To conclude, M(r Mi-
nister, could you tell us
which countries has signed
the Protocole? In accordance
with the information we ob-
tained from the Chancery,
besides Venezuela, Brazil, Co
lombia, Ecuador, Peru, Fran


ish origin 320 of which we-
re from the United States
and 78 from the United
Kingdom.
MEXICO
The most encouraging eco
nomic news in Mexico was
said to be the sale,in the lat-


tons are purchased directly
by a large fruit company for
use in its operations.

DOMINICAN
REPUBLIC
The new alcohol plant at
Ciudad Trujillo, Domipi-
can Republic, began produ-
cing in March 1950. It has
a capacity of 2.500.000 gal
Ions annually.

LATIN NATIONS
GROW FAST
325.000.000 POPULATION
FOR HE1VISPHEIHE
Hnr nff t+h nQw World's-


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before the Judge of Parro- As the Ambrassador -of Ve- ce and the Low Countries ter part of Oct., of all chicle , o .
quia. Dr. F. Roberto Gar- nezuela in Rio has signed a have signed it. We thank the. stocks in the Territory of population has beee counted
cia by Drs. Manuel 'R. E- document of international Chancellor Sor the informa- Quint.ana Roo and the State so far this year in the firt
gana, Savre-io Barbarito and character, with Brazil relati- tion. of Campeche to United Sta- heimsph.ere -census in history
by the President of the ve to scientific investigation tes chewing,gum concern. In said, Dr. 'Cavert Dedrick of
Banco Regional of Barqaui- within the regions of the A addition to the sale of old the United States Census Bu
imanto Rafael Anel Segu- mazwithin the regions of the A TRINIDAD stocks, it was reported that reau.
ia. According to the docu- onRui reportedllasfosllo to Trinidad's shirt industry contracts had been negotiat- daOn the basis of returns to
ments, the Banco Regional the editor 'of -El Grafico expects to develop a $750,- ed for the sale of this sea- d ,h human ral o
will forward the requests the ifollowin.g declaration: 000-a-year export trade, sta son's and next season's pro- Nor!h, South and Central A-
for credits to the merchants Effectively, our Ambassa- ces a foreign-trade publica- duction. The prosperity of erica is expected to show
receiving damages. dor in Rio has signed in the tion. Factories will then be Campeche and Quintana Roo a total of about 325 fielion
name of Venezuela as per able to supply a potential depends almost entirely upon slightly higher than first est-
NEWU.S. instructions received from demand for 3.000 dozen the crude-chicle industry. ima ed
AMBASSADOR the Chancery an Additional shirts a month. These facto-- Dr. Dedrik said that al-
His Excellency Mr. Nor. h e h e n tion ries have been filling the do GUADELOUPE, though no fifial figures have
His Excellen Mr. N Pro'ocole to the Convention d IvDPORTATION OF CARNI- been released yet by' any
man Armour, new Ambassa on the 'Instituto Internacion- mestic and West Indies re- VORESFROM PUERTO country the United States
do of the United States in al de la Hilea Amazonica. As quirements of 1,500 dozen RICOS TEMPORAM LY TOexicountry, the Unitmala Costa R
Venezuela, made the follow you will possibly know, in shirts a month. PROHIBITED ca, El Salvador, Nicaragua
ing declaration in Washing 1948 was held in Iquitos, cl- A steady increase in .pro- Imprtation of carnivores and Honduras have virtually
ton, as reported by the AP:.. of Pu' situated on one ofduction is indicated by the from Puerto Rico has been [finished their counts.
I am impressed by the op.. the banks of the Alto Ama- fact that in 1939 Trinidad temporarily prohibited in BrAzil began its census Ju-
portunity offered me by zonas, an Internacional Con- imported 114,643 Trinidad the French Overseas Depart- lv 1, followed by Haiti and
the President in calling tie ference in which were repre shirts. By -1943 this number meant of Guadeloupe, French the Dominican Republic in
again into the service in sented all countries posses- had dropped to 35,840 do- West Indies, published in the August, Bolivia, Colombia,
this neighbor country of, sing territories within the zen and in 1946, to 23,396 official journal of Oct. 5, Panama, Paraguay and Peru
Venezuela. Dr. Aureliano limits of the river Amazon, dozen. when the order became effect' in September and Ecuador
Otanez, Charg6 d'Affaires and others Which were inter- tive, until further notice, and Venezuela in November
in Washington offered a re ested indirectly in the study EL SALVADOR BRAZIL Uruguay will take its cens-
ception to. the Northameri- of same. The object of this Brazil's largest alcohol re- s in 1951, and Cuba in 1953
can diplomat, the absence Conference was he creation Representaives of the As- finery is to be established' -rgentina, which conducted
of Ambassador ocatera of an organization in view sociation of Mexican La- at Fazenda Guatapara, near its last census in 1947, has
Mr.Amour will leave Ne of realizing scientific invest- dies' Dress Manufacturers the sugarcane centers of the. decided to skip ,the 1950'
ciYork on November te ta- igatin, of f all classes, within recently visited El Salvador State of 'Sao Paulo. The cost count.
chazo.With this gLa Guaira on ou A- to encourage trade in Mexi- is said to be about 2.000.000 According to current esti-
SmazonaWi ththis our country can made women's ready- dollars. Machinery from the mates. Latin America is the
LATOUR OF AMERC_ aAN oa those whp gave their ap o-wear dresses. In 1949, im United States is en route., fastest. Grawing population
COUNTRIES rova tode the first s onerence ports of such dresses into El in the world-, Dr. Derrick
S COUNTRIE Nmade the first sound steps to Salvador from Mexico were -- -- said.
On a tour of courtesy a-' vards a future complete in- l fra He estimated that when the
board S. S cCOLOMBIE- co 'poration of -the Anazon only a fraction of shipmentsHECUADOR
board S. S L P territories to the namnal ec- received from ihe United UADOR 1960 census is taken, Latin
Mons. P.-Lait, Prefect of territories to the national ec- l Salvadoran im- In view of world condi- America will be ahead of the
,nique, rarri-4d. at La O11OmN, and, ConStates. El Salvadoran im- ti
Mr-tinique, arrived at La onomy, and, consequently, to from all countries in tons, Ecuadoran trade cir- United States. At present,
Guaira on October 27. This the world economy. As you that yfrea were valued at ries in es envisage the possibili- they are about evenly divid-
is a series of tours through- know. Very little is known' U 52 of which thed that the country's subs- ed in New World population
out various Ln-Ameri can of this vast region. Conse- US$14,582, f which theatrical domestic capacity for each with roughly 150 il--
countries. quently before undertaking $120,858; thMexicansha- producing alcohol, inactive lio.
any work of utility as plan- 0858 theMexican because of high costs of ope ((Latin America is increas-
a work" reo $t,018; an iye Ga uate-: rPlan-;

BANKERS TOUR ed, there wi!l be the need 2,018; and the Gua e- ration may be utilized. ing its population at the ate-
OF INSPECTION studying and taking a countriesfurnished smaller ost o the surplus molas- of about three million a
.Mr. Arthur S. Kleeman, entific inventory of their countries fu shed smallest is now dumped into the year, while the United States
President of the ( Colonial flora, fauna and soil. There-I amounts. rivs. t is said. is growing .bout two million
Trust Company and.. Man- e the organization was COSTAICA annually>, Dr. Dedrick, co-or-
ager of the MNational Pa- reted in view of this work PERU dinator of international statis-
per and Type Company uerthe denomination of During the first 6 months The National Production tics for the Bureau of census
of New York, reached Ma- nstitto Internacional de la of During totalhe first 6 monthsea- council, Costa Rica, a se- United States Department of
quetia on a tour to hisHi thea Amazonica... And what re films a total of 303 fa- I miautnomous planning or Agricultural, said.
bank branches in that area.' ila object of the whProatocure films and 398 short sub .ganization, has been consi- The history- making census
S week le ha-P just been co-!iects and newsreels were pre during for some time the first -ever taken in fru,-
Sed? whih ha just been sign- senred for censorship in Pc- construction of, or the gran- dor, first in more than 40-
asThe well known Nohamed? Essenally forecis data upon'the ru. Two feature films were ting of permission to cons- years in Bolivia and Uru-
rican banker said to the exclusive scientific object of bannedby the ce s truct, a fertilizer plant. An- gua will provide govern
newspaper men that he is the Institte; second to elimilne Unitedtates 'film and nual imports of plant foods meant and businessheretofore
interested inr the increase of nate any .ou'bt that might oneMexicanpicturms re total about 9,600 metric unobtainable information a-
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SUNDAY NOV. 5 th. HAIJTI ~SUN~


Last Thursday, the day MIrs. a is a pho with money an thoe
of the deceased, large num- tograph-fr's model for big se parents were honest.
bers of families gathered at name American magazines (Bob Hape)
i-v. the cemeteries in, Port- au. such as Women's Home When?I
Prince, Petionville and sur- Conmpanijon, Saturday Eve- The backyard gossipof
rounding districts, to place ning Post, Charm and Gla- the small town is forgotn
wreaths andl pray over the 1 mor, is here with daughter; and fair play prevails.
graves of their deceased. Ricky i only for a visit as (Esquire)
Ishe must shortly return to Love in a coffeecup, is the
4 Wednesday, was the day work and the U.S. name of a song we saw so-
of All Saints, a Catholic Mrs. :osaie MCabi11 newhere Let us hope it is
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holy day of obligation and who is back from a vacation not a demitasse.
the Episcopilian Church in the U. S. has taken up re Mrs W.W.
Andre Talamas married rican Painters such as John Feast Day and a general ho silence for the next tw Her conversation is
the girl from Boston, Sa- Sloan, George Crost and liday for one and all. months in the Jarman's hou parade that take 90
turday afternoon. Mr and Hans. Hoffmann. iMiss Pa- Dr. Arthur Lescouflaire se at Lalue. tes to pass ea gienpn
Mrs Talamas attended the ris was teachig i* Pead has written a 'book about There is a runior that ass a gi epo
wedding which was held in Harbor, Honolulu when the great .Haitian Historian Joh n Goodwin is corningg Said ene < the Bride's hometown. the Japs attacked, and im- Thomas Madiou. The book back to live in Haiti. th author, ethi before
Mr and Mrs. George Ar- mediately made herself use- was edited in .Mexico bye ,__ee ag
coher announces the birth of ful and joined the Camouf- the Pan- American Institu- Choucoune:
a boy which they. have nam lage Corps of the U.S. 'Ar- te of History tand Geogra- II saw you here before h
~e4~ Pierre RhrFd- my. After the war Miss Pa- phy. so th oe
Jacques Faubert, the Fir- ris had an ehibition of her
stone dealer on the Rle works at the Honolulu Aca Mro< Clervil Heraux ret- B-- Ti Bon ZZoeuf I never heard you talk bq
Pave, celebrated his birth- demy of Fine Arts. In the turned Port- au Prince ;She forew 'he
home ednesday night. has been classed among the Thursday.- SK oad d her ...t mudand si f
daywit a stg party at his past few years her' work M a nhdMny tig
eraWilliam Bonefil There always, always sofnb
teer tda y S e ivcels- bt wt ,ho wdas in the US receiv- The 'an who beli ves thing sings.
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et d C oHppe i t ing medical care returned to that, nobody understandss (Emmerson)
onsu it tawa Por last Thursday. him, should know, that und- In the ba if Port-au -Pri
T n g of Gerard and. Madame announced the D
to Paulette Bertho- birth of a boy last Wednes Le i a he b ac
y lake place Jan-nary Mme St-Armand who diedrned f
S he Sre- Wednesday fas bm at- mealtimes, too. wdif
23 rch 'tu th ar -o e nsay wa uidtending the''Interamerican (Bob H~ope) < Thursday afternoon at St" Press Conferences. at the Fo A fe insurance, dea~ r
'Mr. Adelphi Te~lson, ne-Ans
1e D s.Waldor'f Astoria in N.Y, <(Daddy do asses marry?>> Gustave is back
ly electpd Deputy, and Ma- Bingo as 1held last Wednes Thursday,.
dame arrived d fi~ d g dam -arrivednesrom San dayr night -at Thorland in Nancy Knobeliarrived in- daddy with a sigh., Nice trip... anid stay thr
Juan last W ed nesday the absence of~th e C6!mf an por
Pieire~~~~~~~~ Aa h so h beneo omnPr Thursday, afternoon Nqw. Yort City wpmen'i Plense do-'tM." adMr
Pierre Aessad who tas der it was a great success. from the U.S. ,a typ K
a business trip to the U.S. ....o nt al type, T sC!1)
Women from all over
returned to port Wednes- atifromRose An Copre ar
-day. i ha d back ;J_ HaitiThrdy
Germaine Gard6 *e and leo ,,n t b Ha.eSh .. A dd
lika Gard&re returned to e e coeing o b ed Thursday from the U.S
Port- au- Prince Wednesday naives. Theyo and is staying at the Splen- F7et Io The H ou r
Mrt Aureie Leconite ret- arrived b~y f)t~ o bdi. T '1 1 e H ou
urned from business amionette mode T aid i
~~bro yaflow I all wee long to ~ ~ on ~~q
abroad Wednesday'. Mralw l we ogt Victor Bornwho ar-
The Minister to London rived Thursday afternoon is
Mons. Hugues Bourjolly re ow a garland or thow a spending his vacation at
turned to Port- au- Prince rotten tomato... For tis the Ibo Leleh
Wednesday. weekend they will know t
Mr. Jack Blanton found one way or another whe- Clelie Achille returned
his way to Plantation Dau- their or, not they have, te from Miami on the 2nd.
phin Wednesday. right to vote. Mr. e Dubb ar-
w~e of~ rei~eii '~n Is n is. Frederick a tube Sans
'On 'Saturday October 28 rived in town Thursday
1Mrs. Lando wife of the 'at the residence of Engi- and is staying, at the. Sans
.Director of the French Ins- neer Maurice, Elie and Ma- Souci. 3
titute arrived from France dame a reception was held
Wednesday afternoon. in honor of the engage- Mr. James Armstrong who
Mr. Eldid Michel return- meant of their charming is connected with Shada ar-
ed to Haiti November 1st. daughter Cladia Paquin celebrat- ly Laraque, of the Army Of day.
ed her first birthday anni Haiti.
versary Friday with her fa- Mr. Thomas. Marshall ar-'
~~~'Bnches will soorn be ins efo t~~Si
xily and friends at her- ho. rived from theo U.hS. Via
me. called on the Exposition Kingston, Wedenesday and T
In Bosto Tlhursday af. Grounds. This is good is stayfing at El Rancho.
ternoon he nEmmons' a news for the weary.
ly fatherr was abst) hri< For thosee who SaGoi oe eM
tene ~e5~ylaIy girl like to enjoy thes regular dina, fi~gtrof -the Am
desea beee, the fontain ssdor of enezuela, ar-
Madeleine. r~ived in ort- au-. P~rinice
Miss Robel Paris who ar and music and of course
rived Wednesday from Mia the beautiful scenery o he Wednesday acconmpanied by
mi will direct a new course Dmarnis Esim' Cy her four children: Gladis
at ithe Centre d'Art. Miss without effot Josephina, Maraja 2Esp~eran-
Pari wh isa wll nown~ Tom H~igginsarrivedt back za Jose and Oscar-
-ri in Po t ay. TomWe nisd Afrmong& the No
the ~Coope Union Art home or the WAnte rrivals Saturday was mean a i


Sc ndteAr to radMrs oge# J tepcarmineg wife and da E~< l~*

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FIRST PANAMERICAN of physical and intellectual for a matter of prestige, the CALENDER OF THE FIRST L
SPORT GAMES culture without doubt the, sending WIIETHOUT ?REPA HALF OF THE FOOTBALL took
The Games* were instituted dur- prehension existing among: which in ai competitions, the
ing the First Panamerican the peoples of America will shall stand Congress held in Buenos Ai- develop. the 'fool's cap. 1 Nov.Excelcior Bacardi-2-1 for
res in 1940. Its organization The Panamerican Sport Corn- FIGHT AND FESTIVAL 5 x Vicory- Army -
was entrusted to Argentina mittee, presided over by Mr. SATURDAY NIGHT 12 Racing gxcelsior latu
which was to become head- Avery Brundage Who is also Saturday November 4th 19 v Violette -Bacardi tho
quarters in 1942. Bitt, owing President of the American 8:30 P. M. a great Sporting 26 K Victory- Racing nal
to the war, this organization Olympic Cormnittee, has writ! Festival took place at Sylvio 3 Dec. Army- Violette itut
was postponed. At he Se- ten to all the Sport Organiza Cator Stadium. 1st part; Bo- I10 Excelsior- Victory Pu
cond Panamerican Congress tons of this continent beg- xing match Robert Moreau 17 z Becardi- Army P
held in London in 1948 dur- gind them to participate in versus Kid Saintelus 2nd 7 Jan. Violette- Excelsior
ing the 14th. Olympiade, a the lst.Panamerican Sport Ga part: Appearance of Luma- 14 Bacardi- acingg are
'great nuniber of nations we- aes whichcwil' become)l ~f ne Casinir, well known ar- 21 D Army- Excelsior are
re interested in the organize the greatest events of the In tist, with "Tiroro, B6b6 Tre- 28 P Victory- Violette the
tion of Panamerican Games ternational Amateur Spott>. van in the role of KBandan. 4 Feb. Racing- Army ne
and it was decided that they He has begged them in this various dances were exhibi- 11 a Victory- Bacardi to
would take place in Buenos same letter to send delegates ted. This festival took pla- or
Aires from February 25 to. to the 4 th Panamerican ce under the honorary presi After the first two games ste
March 8, 1951. Sport Congress to be held in I dence of Daniel Fignole and Racing and Excelsior are wi
It is under the patronage Buenos Aires. during the sa-I the vice-presidence of Prof. leading with two points Is1
of Presimlent Juan Peron and me eoch. Michel R,. H. Remain. each, Violette and Bacardi 0. th
his distinguished wife Mrs. Are we in measure of ac- -- C
Eva Peron that the Olympic cltpting the invitaion of the COMB WORLD MARKETS Two .points for winning TI
Argentina Committee, with. Argentine Olympic Commit- Because more than 5.000 team, 1 point each (draw), 0 ha
the help of'the Government, tee and sending a delegation different raw mnhterials are point losingg team. thi
-will organize these Sport Gal to Buen6s Aires. I used in paint making, the Leading goal getter: Mar- th
mes whose program will in- Glancing through the list markets of the world' are tin (Racing) 3 goals. th
clude all the competitions of -af competitions, foreseen in combined to obtain the ones All games will be played fr
an Olympiade: Athetics, has- the Sport program, we belie- best suited to meet industry's at Park Leconte on Sunday re:
ketball, baseball], boxing, cy-j ve that our country could highly exacting needs. at 4 P..M.[ tu
,cling, horse, racing, fencing participate in: Weightlifting, "
football, swimming, polo, shooting and football. :--'
boating, tennis, shooting and Th brilliant participate F RD TRACTORS
yachting.' Th'ebriiatpatth o FORD TRACTORS
The delegations ofhe o ourshooters at the Olym-
ticipating countries wl e pic Games of 1942 is wellAND
the guest of the Argentine known. They were classified A
Government, the Olympic second after the players of
Committee and the people the ted tates IM PLEM ENTS
as to facilitate the participa ca. Our friends the Weight-
tion of friendly nations, the 'fters performed splendidly
Organizing Committee wio at the Central- American Ga
take care ofee will mes of Guatemala at the FOR I
take are of: d and Lodging start of this year.f they did
a) The board and Lodging not gathered,any more laurels MODERN -
to the delegates and sports- it is because, as stated by A- /FA M N
men previous to the games merican experts among who -
and thereafter; was Bb Hoffman, they did
I not participate enough in the DOES
On its part the ArbentIne International Competitions. __


Government has taken the Their performance is almost
following measures: equal, 'for certain classes, to
a) the making of idepti- that of the winners of the re
fiction card or port, in order to facilitate held in Paris. As for our
travelers; football players, it is well
,b)reduction of hotel and known that they could not
board and 'lodging tariffs, etc have done 'better in Guatema
d) customs facilities for la because they'had lefts wi-
personal effects, materiel and thout any preparation.
sportsmen's uniforms; arms The duty of our Olymplc
and ammunitions for shoot- Committee, in the event that
ing Sport, etc. any exists mow, is:
ine) theestablishment of fe .1) to obtain immediately
nsue) thrae establishment of ife the assurance from whom it
againsurance and! insure concerns that a Haitian dde
against. accidents for 0J tie gation will 'obtain the mate-
Participating delegations grial indispensable help for
In the invitation addressed articipiting in the Games at
to the nations of this hemis- Buenos Aires Games at

phere, theO 'President ofthe 2) to start soon the ration-
Agentine Olympic ommit- al' and -nethodical training of
counted ha enhazed that hie players for shooting, Weight-
bountry "hrvwoald be honored lifting and football.
by their visit to this B~ro-
therhood Pestivals and that It must" notbe that on a-
owing to his M*anifestation/ nuary 30, 1951 it be decided


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he Baesball- Game that
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ti resulted in a victory
the salts Tavy) 8-7
Continued from page 2
are of Puerto Rico is au-
rized to call a constitutio-
convention to draft a cons
tion for the said Island of
erto Rico.- *
On November 4, Puerto
:o's non-registered voters
scheduled' to register. for
ting in the referendum. I,
e Island-wide referendum
xt June, the people of Puer
Rico will be free to accept'
reject the constitutional
ep. If they accept it, they
ll sometime lat .r hold an
:and-wide election to select
eir representatives to the
institutional Convention. -
hen, after the Conventiomr '
as drafted the Constitution,,
e people will have still ano-
er opportunity to express,
eir views and with their
ee votes .either .accept or
ject the proposed conStik
tion. J


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Conctat -Haiti Sun".

USEDAUTOS FOR SALE'
Dodge 4' door
Sedan. .
Mqoor. In;gdood ..
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0nelat Appearance' 0. KI
L4t Nice cash 350. dollars.
Contact aHaiti Sunn.


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ablishe ciental ,tLonziuea zromv, ,
mily reasons bo population, housing, a-
.ce owner to agriculture industry, business
resources aAdl needs.
intact i-AITI SUN Thomas '. Corcoran chief
of consulation d training
of the Office of the Co-ordi-
nator, al$o sail the' census
CHIEF HONORED will a' vital help to Presi-
Capt. George Elie 'dent Truman's Point 4 pro-
of the Port-au-Prince gram of aid to underdevelop


JFire Brigade returned to
Port- au- Prince Thursd&v


1948 Chev, 5 passenger Capt. Elie who was away On
coup, in excellent .officials business for the
condition, done 17.000. Haitian, Government visit-
miles. Ring. 7188, 7225 ed New York and the Sta-
1949 Hudson 8 cylinders te of New Jersey. On this
good condition trip he had an opportu-
perfect mother. Call 2242 nity to renew old friend-
ships made during his prev-
1949 Buick convertable ious visits to New York.
in A.I. condition. The Vubcan Society made
C inar HTaiti Sun., him a present of a fireman's


1940 Dodge has been-
well looked after.
last price $800
Contact KH-aiti Sunm.

Jeep well cared
for, seljg at ,
v 1.20p. Contact lHaii Sun

USED AUTOS WANTED
Small car in good
condition.
Call 2242.


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All countries are taking a P
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[STE'S BE-WITCHING FOR HALLOW!'I


PARAMOUNT
PROGRAM OF WEEK
Nov. 5 .to 12, 1950
Sunday November 5 -
at 3:30 P. M. '
Fantome Ecarlate
at 6 and 8:30 p. m.- J'a-
vais Cinq Fils -, Anna Bax
ter Thomas Mitchell.
'Monday November 6 a;,
6:00 and 8:15 p.m. J'a
vais Cinq Fils Anna Bax-
ter Thomas MitchL.
Second part A cow
boy film.
.Tuesday November 7 at
4:00 and 8:12 p. m. J'a-
vais Cinq Fils Z Anna. Bax-
ter Thomas Mitchell.
Thursday November 9 at
6:00 and 8 15 p. m.-.Bon-
ne, A Touwr Faire Robert
Young Maureen O'Hara
Clifton Webb.
Friday November 10 at
6:00 and 8:15 p. m.- J'a-
vais Cinq Fils Annai Bax
ter Thomas Mitchell. [
Saturday November 11 at,
6:00 and 6:00 p. m. Le
Fantome Ecarlate.
Second part Vieux Sa-
cqinwento.
Sunday November 12 at
3:30 p. m. Le Fantome
Ecarlate.
Second part Cowboy film.
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agriculture and housing, the These people have a tend-
majority for the first time ency to be overly generous,
Others are taking a check but expect 'expressions of
on matters of peculiar impor- gratitude in return. When
anqe to their areas.In Guate these are not forthcoming,
mala, for example, the I o
Sf i they do not become resentfAJ.
enuemrators counted how ma; however, and remain to the


ny persons wore shoes.
Enumnerators from all the1
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Helmet that they had spe- z tPlerecan republics were
eially ppade fOr him with trained in the United States
the name Port- au- Prince so the census could 'be stand-
and his rank inscribed in arizd.
gold on its ..white surface. NEW YORK
The Ajierican people that The government charg-
have had the pleasure of ed five persons Friday with
knowing Capt. Eli are all an active part in the plot
of the sae. opinito, *at to assassinate President Tru
be has 'done much to strong man, including the wives
then the friendship and un- of the two Puerto Rican
derstanding between the gunmen who stormed Blair
Haitian and American peo- House Wednesday and kil-
ple. led a guard.


last healthy extroverts, with' -
no desire to- convert people
to their way of thinking. Ne-. SHI l1S i -
vertheless, when pressure is'
required to bring necessary Artival on M6o6d4 .
and inwuediae results, very
few people ean ,match the Port- au- Prince SS. GWoo
intense enthusiasrrm and ini- Gambhin from the US
tiative of these fiery Sagitta-i7& tons of ierchandpre.
rians. As a reMslt, stQeess cote oading she proc.
mes easier to them than to edI to Cuba.
most others. The SS -Eurpian wp l
As' companions, they a-e mnake thirteen' calls at hi
generous, thou ghtful, kind pore during its wotecr "v
fsL loving # :a etwmnely sea& The first stop at i
qo4side.Wte,. ithgh in p.* pnwt is scheduled br '&
der to keep up with them, middle of November.


.iHOlSOOE.OE you will hhve to spend
Birthdays between Nov- great deal of your time '
Imnber 23 rd and Decemiber' baseball games, horse.rac
U1 st under the sign of SA- l1' ting trips,and globe trol
)ITTA.RIUS,.ruled by the ex ting.*
pansive planet J.IU ER. These people can be cou-n
People born, under this ed on when help is needed&
sign have an overabundance as they are natural- born pi
)f energy and vivacity, are tafithropists, and .the high
always in a jovial mood, and guard with which they ax
are very dependable. They held by others, is due to lh]
are usually the life of 'a sincere and generow~,-atti
party, and less .energetic peo de-
ple iind it difficult to keep FAMOUS SAGITTARIAM
up with them. Franco of Spain, ppime-"


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