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Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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VOLUME 1. Pott-au-Prince Haiti SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th 1951 .-'
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Preparing A Prosperous future

For Cap-Haitien


18 fellowships Awarded

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orty-five minutes frdm soon to be added .with the Fellowships are, awarded tee, the Vesui Bureau and.
i;' his capital of Haiti as the devliophiOen. o a 'Modern ,an lly in1b 'th. e United' the TacheIIranining pro-
i lane lies and you are in -a beahai- e and tieinp e States dn :.Lgtn eria to gramme,.
w pn -as. different :'1r o m .o 1ient of various 'ubhli utili- promotelosey 'iduc(onal : o'g. the student gran-
o, others on the island,, as Hai- ties.. he; "tiiraded -ad arid:turs l : ationstoi gu tees wio' are awaiting dde,'
l i, tself,. i'diffeitfrm i b-to bk e lip ;e- thd iica. Eight ai- parttforhe United tates
,. "any other C.aribbia' cb- creatipnal. facilitie. are to be .ions hd.ve e"en a-te''' ar&, Ar.lnad. A isial of. 4,e.
/'^'" J installed: and' a wharf for scholarships over to'he pstA Christdphe. Pt-au. Pince,
,a Haitin,, snuggled berthing ships "is' to. 'add- year. These scholarship a- who haireads ~ ad. g.rant..
ip hillii crios ed, along ith i.; sea.- wards ,vee made for adtanc in the 'U.'S.ise uug .
i tidw ,. "ihin ot amili4ild4 4i*ater dd study untier the.,:-'Point He has now been awarded axi.
Sa ''ren:, but" re te Foui q pr ogrante of the. (ContMked on. a ei.
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color :of Port-au-Prince.
Someday it will be ,discTv-.
eredi by tourists and be the
centre of ah art and literary
colony. But for the time
being, it is as unspoiled as it
was 200 years ago.
An4,while the ,Capn as
it is referred to locally, is re,
plete with many historic
landmarks, a new note is

YOUTH TRAINING IN. 1
AND CITIZENS


Every country in the world
is 'faced with the task of
meeting the needs of youth.
Haiti is no exception, and
much may. be learned from
the examples of other na-
tiqns. This week, Monica
Powell introduces Britain
'and her building of good
citizens. '

In a democracy where
each individual citizen has a
contribution to make -to-
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o s,:sr o t opi clA g rcuea in Tu ers- l haet '.. r l ,ndr ,Cr p "fin".'
vialba (Costa Rica); arrived :e.,
in Port-au-Prince last TLhurs tliqgs a fi"'' as ls
da y ,. yo ur j. in ger ) f in m, the .Fis
S das M rand ld1 baie Foh l- startiib-nd
on' e- Iea. wlReceived atthe airport by a d". .l'd-f.ta "b : i. n .'.,' .:
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s of Agricului e, cana L Dr i caliad're. sange 'T a"ie A^.
Co e o P"..'gDuring his 3-week stayag ite iI' d not o4 lu SA '
Ctem covering the. entire city. Pierre s -. Sylvain, a Prof e United s. at .y ded n ~i
Sso at Turrialba and- Chief U teigti Hng Kong literaturieu t r Ite
With an eye to the future D. C cit'zen D sr. Lit will put as 'ell; ,fl t eti
of the ofdfee 'Dirisionag of ae o C d In- t fS:|
of :ts tourist, attractions the' aside the Fish business and t wenty, .ea concert, a
Government last June put r Cvisit with his family-now liv encest da ld h s a
m tute,, Dr. Allee has had wm-
ahe -work of this construc- ing. in Washi skton. be getting' first,
*o important interviews .with the i . '" "
tion in, the competent hands eretar of Sate Ju o Dircetor of the Fish Cul- of. our Ca ij b
of the. Compania de Indus- o S u .. t u r e Programme Leonce, through the'..'tia
.ond anl Jean hierhzan. s'ec ... " e "iw' ':---
ctias Maritimas S.A.r This iond and Jean eri an Ci co) Bonnefils, zdologist sitions 'of a. youg
Hts stay in, Haiti has Den
company immediately gave sp i H ds h (Cottnu ed on page 12) musician, Guy Scott. .
r g especially, fruitfew in regards At the tender age of
work to some 800 persons to Haitian agriculturists stu JEEKIR I'S- NEW. th e sn of Polie Lge.
(Continued on Page 3) e(Contined on Page s4) SUGAR MIL .Lienof' police Lies
SUGAR MILL .Lucied'Scott has a
COMUiTY. SERVICE Mary Coles Oqens / dozen piano composiz
SHIP Centre d'Arts by Aubelin Jo icoeur to his credit- But he .ii fiS
8h Seasn About three P-M. Tues- too shy to feel that such c..
share in, the government 'of day I strolled into the of- ative accomplishments e..A',!
his country and the shaping Under the patronage of fice of -Compania de Indus- title him to 'a glowiig fL'
of its future, the quality of Mr.. Homer Gaynes cultural trias Maritimas. ture, not without a lot momi2
thp training of its youth is attache of the American Em- Mr. Moody'iiformed me he haid work and: study anpy-,
of vital importance. Judging bassy, Mary Coles whose planned to leave on his yacht way. Ad he seemed a litt::
from a close study of boys. works in Tempera and wa- for Jeremie about 6 o'clock astonished ,that this .
and girls t work and at ter colour is unique in its that evening nd asked me if er found .his early ;
play in the Commonwealth portrayat of the Haitian peo I would, like to go along fo~' interesting eiiungh'j'kf
r6day, there is no need to pie and the rythm of their the ride. arid I very happily on, him the' pre .
fear the future. Youth' or-' daily life, opens her second accepted. It wa s eight view.' Howeve -,. he
ganisations provide oppor- showing at the Centre d'Art o'clock before we actnu ly ttq i
tuanities for them to develop on Friday, September 21st. A left Port-qu-Prinve .and. ~e isfseigio. 4'-
their aptitudes and grow in- special preview by invita- arrived in Teregnie. at seven Wfe, repling l e :L.
to responsible citizens. tion only will be held from thirty Wednesday morning, Cou .o .. ttorrei ,
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the 10th of September.
At Jeremie I met En-
gineer Zieser, who has been
loaned to the Sugar Co. by
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t I was very much Surpris-. Mr- Moooy o tne uopai
'ed to see the activity at the de Industrias MaritiMga.
SPort of Jeremie when we Zieser is at present iiicha
arrived. There were actual- of the construct n at Je
I ly five boats dischargingma mie and is assembling
Schinery, equipment a nd select staff of Haitian skil
structural, steel for the new mechanics to assist him
SSgar Mill being construct- carrying on the work. In
Sed by the Haytian Sugar Re- edition to these men, in
fining Co., located three or near future, experienced S
I'four kilometers from the gar Mill Engineers will
pier I. actually saw the bi rive to erect the machine
a yI was informed thatW
C,.floating derrick unloading I was informed that
".from the boats, pieces of complete mill was design
machinery weighing over by Mr. Mesa, Sugar M
lteri tons each, andI was in Consulting Engineer,
I olrmed that they were at- New York, who is expect
tempting to clear the wharf to visit the project freque
ti time to receive the steel ly during n construct
btiildings which are sche- which is intended dto be c
I'auled to arrive on the Dutch pleated in about 8 months.
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18 Haitians Awarded
Fellowships


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all-expense paid (Point Four)
Grant, in the National Office
of Vital Statistics,. and. will
leave for Washington on Qc-
tober 1st 1951, for a. four
month brush up course.
Another recipient of a
Point Four Granti is-1Mr Jean
P. D. Plaisir Jr. of, Pyrt-au-.
Ptince. Mr Pilaisir has re-
ceived a Training Grant in
Agricultural Census and will
leave for Washingtoni next
April.
There is a large group of
student grantees now train-
ing in the United States and
Puerto Rico. Among those
studying Agriculture under
the Group aC, grant of the
Interdepartmental committee
pre Faine Jean-Batiste 6f 62
Ruelle Waag, Port-au-Prince
and Mr. Charles R. Lassegue
of Damien, each of whom
have received one year grants
for study in the United
States.
Mr..Louis K. Cantave of
Pdri-au-Prince has been, a
farm hand, supervisor, teach-
er, and also a director of an
Agricultural school until the
time of his departure for the'
U.S..on the 30th of August.
He has been awarded an all-
expense (Teacher Training)
grant in Vocational Agricul-
ture.
Mr. Francis' Theard of
Port-au-Prince left Haiti Sep
member the first on a one year
Training Grant in Census
work in Washington, D.C.
Mr. Maurice St. Victor-andI
Mr. Arnold W. Wilson, both i
of this city, are in Puerto
Rico receiving one year's *-
training in Sanitary Engin-
eering under the programme
of the Public Health Service
there.'
'Mr. Albert Paul Boyer of


mill location where I saw
about fifty men engaged .:i
clearing land and makingg
preparation for the builg
construction. After a b
day of insuLa ns with
N. z7-a1.in' 4.captain
of vario. 'boats gages- i
unloadit., Mtr boody was
able' L g vg. Jergie at 6'
P.M. aac4.we arrived back in
Port-au-Prince at 2.30 A.M.
Thursday morning. The trip
was a most enjoyable one
with good weather both
ways. The people of Jeremie
seemed to be very much en-
thused over the action now
.going on with this project.
They know beyond a doubt
that they are going to have
an industry ,which will pro-
vide a permanent payroll
and a greatly increased agri-
cultural activity, by the con-
struction of this mill and'
consider it a great thing, for
the community.


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Avnue Ducoste, Port-au-
Prtcg is at present receiv-
ig it tion at Colombia
rt He will later
receive a f sjion fellowship
from t ~b Iositute of Inter-
.atitaOl 4 education to study
for one year at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin.
Also receiving orientation
at Colombia University is
Mr. Lee Roy jr. of Port-au-
Prince. When he completes
this training he will receive
a tuition from the Interde-
partemental Committee, to
study for one year'at Purdue
University.
Mr. Marcel Thebaud of
Port-au-Prince has received a
type A Grant in the field of
Irrigation Engineering. This
grant offered by the Agricul-
tuarl 'Research Administra-
tiori inables him to four
months study in the United
States. '
Mr:. Jacques ilgrai mof
140 Ruelle 'Alerte, Port-au-
Prince, arrived in Washing-


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ton last month where he will
study for a year as a trainee
in the National Office of
Vital Statistics. Miss Josette
Woel of Chemin des Dalles,
Port-au-Pricne, arrived in
States last July. A Laborato-
ry Technician, Miss Woel is
receiving further training at
Russell Sage College in Troy
N.Y.
Amo'hg the student gran-
tees who have recently re-
turned from the United
States are Mr. Louis F- Bal-
mirof 132 Rue du Centre,
Port-au-Prince, who was
awarded an in-service Trai-
ning Grant for one year of
advanced study with the U.S.
Bureau of Agricultural Eco-
nomics .Mr. Balmir left Hai-
.ti in August 1950 and retur-
ned this month. While in the
States he studied at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin for
approximately six months-
in the field of Agricultural
Economics.
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and smoothly.
Naturally in this type of
operation where practically
all .the streets I of the city
have to be torn.up to allow
the laying of water mains
and a new sewer network,
the inconvenienced residents
of said city pay frown and
mutter upon 'the whole thing
but from all reports the
public and the company see
. ye to eye. The Company
S has of course endeavoured


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ft


PREPARING A PROSPERBO
'FOR CAP HAI
(Continued from Page 1)


and for the first time in con-
struction work history in.
Hiati, a company provided
or rather furnished all its
own equipment. Previously
it had been necessary for
the Government to provide
funds. and buy the equip-
ment to bemused by the con-
itractor in the country. The


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to keep this- sort of incon- reservoir. In addition to
venience at a minimum and the present water distribu-
the' people are co-operating tion system consisting of ap-
as they realize the benefits, proximately thirty eight thou
,they will receive when this 'sand feet of piping of vari-
work is completed. ous sizes, fire hydranis and
Included in the construc- a total of approximately
tion work underway is, The sixty thousand feet of pipes
building of a concrete sea- are to be installed.
wall approximately six thou A sewer and: drainage


"/ equipment engaged on this
project will exceed 750,000.
dollars in Value.
The work haS proceeded'
smoothly and up to date has
always managed without dif
ficulty to keep well ahead
of schedule. A spokesman
for:the company announced
recently that the entire pro-
ject is expected to be com-
pleted by "March or April
of' next year.
S The uCaps construction
S' project is under the -direc-
tion of of the Public Works
i Department 'and it is report- A glimpse at material awaiting to take.
d that the Engineers' of '. its place msa.city's important jmprove-
both the Coinpai;dia de':In- mem program.
duktri Maritiias S.A;-and a
the Department work, i sand Iea f:et ic letingt It system to compare with
compete o fatio, wlii being .constructed the finest on modern stand
has ade it possible fr he 'same. manner as, was the is under construction
t progress raidl o.g sea-wall bordering the progressing nicely de
: '. .pr;o g ,ress ai, -- ;.;. i" -.' the occasional rains.
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yards.
and
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past had to anchor', in the
'bay and discharge their 'ar-
gq' and passengers by light-
ets may without difficulty
find berthingfacilities to
equal thosq in any port of
the world. This will.. be an
incentive to induce Carib-
bean Cruise ships to include
the "New York, of the old
world, Cap Haitien. on their
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exposition in Port-au-Prince
reclaiming the land along
the city's waterfront. by
dredging and depositing the
extracted sand- andj rocks
form the sea along ,the shore
line.
Pioviding two new wells
and pumping stations, a mil-
Jion gallon water storage
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RMOURn KILLED BY
RENAULT AGENT


A rumour that was given
wide circulation this past
Month was the one about the
Renault.n It went like
this: A plain clothes Inspec-
itor of Renaults was suppos-
.ed to have'arrived in town
elgian minister '" 'HE NEXT' and was carrying on a bit
4 t'O Haiti Sa rday' orng a; .45 of investigating. Renault's
SSaturday o g 1.45 Special Agent X9 was said
SM. Auguste de Cerg, Bel- a.m. Colonel and Mrs. Ger- to have found the cruel fact
,;gian Minister to both the m a i n Ducheirk, driving that the local distributor of
.Haitian and Cuban Govern- home from Carefour in the Renault cars was making a
ments, paid a 'visit to Port- ran, suddenly: were confront ghastly profit so much so
;-.au-Prince last week. Al- ed by the aGradbrn parked that the agent brought pres-
,, though the Belgian Minis- on the'road'. An oncoming sure to bear and the Distri-
.;~'er's residence for the: time car pr'evehted .the Colonel. butor was supposed to have
-.--being is in Havana, M. 'de from swinging to the left ... refunded 200 dollars cash
^.Clerg does not neglect Haiti what resulted' was a nasty, to the many buyers of Re-
-" which is highly esteemed in accident. nault. cars. Of course the
Bielgium. The Colonel.' and Mrs-. story in the provinces was
Ducheie both suistained.head naturally better. In Aux.
...ASSICAL ACCIPENT injuries. Mrs. "Ducheine it Cayes the refund was up to
'.A Catapiller Grader hit i believed had her left foot 500 dollars.
aptap Sou;ire'), number broken. '' _The' local Renault distri-
4 . even -at .- butors L'Abeille quietly and
SFo r ae ooi 'Roadn a iday i lit the 7ti of efficiently took aim and blew
on":.:-. -o.-.. ,~ -..... niglit the' ofthe rumour-out of the Re-
9 using m~:ixdtemient'du. Septembeft, thlieBrazilian Em t uo t of t
ittle damage. Although the bassy here offered a bril- public. They en nOtitces to
liw prescribes that the man iiant reception at the Lega- leading daily nwa-
pers in the Capital and post-
o6lo6wing is in the wrong, tion in Petion-Ville, in hon- ed in ihiSr establhmei the'
Sase the vehiclee fbl- our.f o r the 129th anniver- fl


-ped without warning to pick tion t($ .Brazilian President. s'lIihg for 390,500 francs,.
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: ronm ent Agri tural francs. therefore' tst price AER a MODE C
Ex.et- -.s,.' DER* b lilE rh .x-.toiot l -0tli
Exer Visits Haiti P 210 dollars o, -trans- !at o"e.e'l1 t.p
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;;'- ,. its Haiti t ortation ad around 150 n oxygen ank jto the ilqayeis during 'A .br
-!' '" 'lars' for dues your .local eg~a- s ~f il* not onlyhelp the men
.... eno t e
'i| ;; .'.1 . . '" .. i. d I *.l / a psychological boost. -Perilaps;'-he.rw
I o Pae c'strutor 'L'Abeillis jac- f callr it a iscintfi pep. talk. '- '. "
t Pag development by the gom- tally ring th car atone ,. ..
g abroad. Dr. Allep, .ment will -be undertaken, of the best selling prices in
has. already granted Numerous ; receptions, were rhi wrord. .
holarships to many Hai- organized in honour o.f, the
tninS 'for' the study of trojpi-. distinguished visitor.' Offi- I a A
t*:9a atvatio' of such crops cials of the Department. oa
s.- cbf fee and-cocoa; hits of- Agricultureajnd Technicians a : :
iauy other opporutni of othe 'OGA. Secretba. of menace-t e votr
Sg4ricilnarm sts State ,J les Domond and
idr to increase their -Suit-Secretary, of State JeaOn main o n
n ~wdge ii. mie "'ranches Kernisan of iered him a ban-

r. -Dr. Allee visited Chouioune. On Sunday even n
k'"itechnichal sections of. the' ing. ..hi.. colleague at .the x %
nal School' of Agricul- Inter-American Institute of -
f at Damien and also the' Trrpical Agriculture, the-
fee station at Kenscoff p6rominent Dr. Pierre Syl- s.
,;4. eof the most important in vain, gave in his honour a
Z.', country. A proriinent cocktail party at his honie
,Ai&ee, specialist,. Dr. Allee. on Avenue- t t C piG ,1
s:;N"~ impressed by the main- "
CRna ce of this station, At' this. time when Prsi-
t-which he says, is established dent Paul IMagloire, assisted
x. cording to the latest rules by Secretaries of State Jules
"tE rechnics. He addressed Domond and"Jean Kernisan
1a congratulatiotis to Agri- :is putting into execution a A
rto zrs rge Roux in programme}of work 'sdch as
4i&tfthat wobrI. 'has never been undertaken
in .this country, for the de-
SitAlee left Sunday for vclopment of the Rtpublic's "
.ilbohite in company "economy, *e fedl happy that
Agriculturalist Marc 1ol- a personality-of the jromin- MODERN DESIGN Cotton'
.l. a member of the, Co6 .eice of Dr. Allee realizes, swimsuits with ultra modern VOUS PROTEGsE AR
lyamembe of th e Co fleof, Dr. Hallee realizes, IPM& will be popular on the T
'A. %eil. d'Administration cje himself, what Haitian effort b ees tbis summer according
rawness-Sider, above, models an
".'Organisme de 'Developpe. can amount to. Undoubted- to 1h National Cotton CouncilI. En t Pharmcies. '
n,',ment de la Vallee de I'Arti- ly hisrip to .. ai.i Ser, above, moes a En tcutes..r armacies .. o
rt &onite. He visited the atia of great benefit to this o 1 *e5 a sleeveless baee
'where'wyok of ag iCu.tural. nO ~, Fabriquee Far les Imperial Chemical (Pharmaceuticals) Ltd.
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La plantation' Dauphin w&k-end to return to their
h; .as been buzzing with excite native France for a one
S.ment about the marriage of 'month vacation after a term
" Simone Tr6mant and Louis of five years teaching here.
J. .Wankum. The wedding -:0:-
c - Haitien, September 1, 1951,, of studying, both in the Uni-
I in the presence of a few clo- ted States and in Canada, is
Sse, friends followed by a Raymond Moyse. Raymond.
i sumptuous wedding ban- it is whispered commenced
quef at the Hotel.Chriscople 'his studies, abroad with de-
*,fioon to Medicine, he switch
SThe.beautiful 'bride, th d to te e initeresting study of
f or~~ ner imone Tr6mari, is Baate'rilbgy and "eded his
Swidely:p k wn: :in- Pprt-aru- fix years by .bt ainiig 'a de-
k. since where she resided for 1e: ii'Political Science mar
many years, before 'gping joring in diploma '
to. DauphinPlantation as ::
secretary to Mranager Don' Married last Saturday even
S witz.. ..Mr. Wankum 'ing in a quiet ceremony at.
e -in. :groom, fil.am.liarly St .Peters church in .Petion-
k:uowip-,as hLdug : haS-beeh ckille' wereiMrs. Isabel Hor-
rm. r,-.s .Siperintehdent,:,of rell and r. Beaulieu.
SIuphis.'vast acies of:siio l s -:0: '
; tsmue '94, Prio r too fis i .ad -at i':dea o summer
L ou- :was: with "' SHALDA hhlidayL't a closeand with
s 'since 1942 .. ,,, .. i t-; he prospect of leaving Hait.
Mr. and" Mrs. Waiku i were Gloria and Therese,
wil. enjoy their )honeymoon Ndoustas l sfre;,, p ta. e
vi a air travel to Kingston 'Sitday. .T', ,at'
Sand M ntegb Bay in Jams ng schlaiy Iy.-ga 'jsand,
Sca, thei0n on to'Miami, Flo 0-'
'ida. Fro9 'Miami, they will u
I .. _Our ,y' a-inte d. Mir-
-motbr,,making N.ew Orleans aii corresponded Miss Nan
Sand, NewYork' the high Wi c are s eTeaving'on
spotsofin .extended 'r.-C W-illias' havingg oh
Spots ofan exnhe 16th to take u~p he pst
ne. : in Florida: Miss Wifiajams
S .will also:attend the Univer-
SReturning to college in sy of.Miai during he
Philadelphia after spending '. a
the summer holidays at the ea stay in the U
family mountain ,Caillen is -:0:-
young Rudy Tippenhauer.. Back in town this week
College man Rudy will move on vacation from the Univer
into first place among the siy of Caracas is Paul Verna.
|cBriseurs of the city of bro- Paus future ... far from
therly love when he takes de dull ... he is majoring diplo-
livery of a brand new Cadiloing steady
lac convertible on arrival. with acqueline Reihger.
with Jacqueline Reiher.
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Sisters Yvonne Veron and, Photographer Roger Cos-
Germane Apard of the Sis- 'ter is back in town on one
'. terms of "La Sagessle, school of his short vacations.
Sin Perionville leave this :


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moon today.
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Off to France shortly to'
Continue, ..her pursiut for
knowledge iis Miss Faby
Vieux.
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One of the most promising
young all, round athletes of
the country Jean Theard,
son of Andre Theard is
leaving this coming week
to take up studies at
St. Anne de, la Pocatiere
in the province of Quebec,
Canada. This school must
ha'e an, excellent sports
Coach ... for Jean is our
hope in the Olympic games
of the future.
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Roger Lanoix R.C.A. man
ager in Port-au-Prince leaves
on. vacation. for. New York
today.
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Rosalie McCahill is head-
ing for Chicago tomorrow.
S ; 0
Back to, Florida goes PAA
engineer EveEett 'Vohlaind,
wife and son, Kurt after
c6impleting; the supervising
of the building/ of -a' new
Clipper Cargo -instajidtion at
Bowen Field. '
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Chief 'i t"ke ,a"tme
of Finance, ]r.ojo4i Tias-
sy is flying .W .. ,to the
U.S. on a 'G ehiint mis-


,. John Follansbee Jr,.,a chip
off, ;the.o block; .was-bok-
';i g 'forward ;to 'resuming his
studies at., the (somethings
.Fprks) Military. Academy in
Virginia, after a health 3-
month vada.tiod down s here
with Pa, Senior Military. At-
tache at the American Em-
bassy.
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Louis Stephan hopped
over to San Juan Saturday.
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To marry' next month are,
Miss Olga Laroche, daugh-
Iter of Col. Roche B. Laro-
che, Haiti's Ambassador to
Venezuela, and Mr. Jean
Claude Borno, son of.Mr.
Jean Borno, hardware busi-
Snessman of Port-au-Prince.


M. iss Gladys Froen, daugh:0:
ter of Mr. Leif Froen .was
bound in holy matrimony to 1 Mr. Clarence Moody
Mr. Alfred J. Whiller Spil- turned to Florida yester
lett last evening at seven at -:0:-
S the Methodist Church. The
newly married couple take Saturday Madame A]
off on a Dominican honey- Vieiix accompanied by ]
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holidays in France. --
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Returning to'.School in town after a sh b iiiess'
Washingto, D.C. next week trip.-to the US.". '-, ..
are Josiane and Reginald -:0--' ,
Matters., -' Friday iss Laiii *ai
S .-:0:-- nd.ed her summer .iaton
Gaby Braun accompanied a'id -te th i i
by his mother Mrs. Arnold Economics ... ,sd enc
Branm lpft Thursday forNew nivetoif. o .1 inn '
York. In the -big city Gady cago. ."':
will attend a business school ..
and cloud his brains with -: --0,
modern business administra- KathferynBryan andf.reti'
tion. Friends Arthur Angus; Francine, Francois, .t
Fritz Greger, Claude Gentil, at the Episcopaiana-
Michline Audian, Jean Au- school.heie leaJve;j6' te ,
dian, 'Rudy Tippenhauer, ted.States ot te.bifr '
Patsy Hale and fellow coun- .-: -.':
try woman Sourite Bonard Esso's B'oJ Vi t",.
and Lt. Jacques Laroche had dropped in from ldaai:
a regular Bamboche,, at the jil1d th sf .ek-end on
Vert Galant on'the eve of riess a' g.Sil ~; i
Gaby's 'depar-u ; ': weddin&gAof tj*t- |.
?.. employees" Gla
French LawyPers Pier-e Ri- lfred Sill 11 A
viere and, Legendreof
on a Ca-ribeAi olik y c6n.
.tinued.t.4th'eir,t:C joyagtgh this
week-end.arc gloriious,.-
days a~t.tLe.IboL le. Their ,
next, stop 'is.HavaUa.' -. The 'wor I d ..,&.m
a ..M. -,
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Popular -Cashier' of. the MrsWAdy,'Bb, ;h 4
. Royal Bank' f "Canda; their fifit d d' a|
Clfude FabiUs.. i, to: wed ,World. ii'w a. '.
October beautiful- 'sss Mivi- 'Baoirftis tfbr
ireile Laguerre. Dejoie, dd6ix hr. "'
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o his-retrn school (C in ,'
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,YO1TI TRAINING IN COMMUNITY PERSONALITY OF, THE WEEK
SERI.CE AND CITIZENSHIP (Iontinued)
(Coninued fro* Page 1)
Sthe health services are dis- work by the colonial goverA-qusosi'hadyecg cnot*egrated
Foodged on principles of cussed. .The debate is. in ac- ments. As in Britain, a num- nzbeFed. ofq iou ut
development of personal cordance with normal 0pr e fbgnstostrv He h's Ienpaite4Alos on/3t
iniiative and character com- liameh-taryx procedure. Such together in each terrtiory -and pinaorsinpyasshewud i.too.
pian f~r~~ or~ s h F'
unity spirit and moral in- practical training develops no attempt is made to mould
rity, many youth organi- an interest in civic and na- them into one State-contr of his
*ation, in, ional affais ad introduce$ led Suh- fhimohrwha'kiro uicl diono.ad ae
ions~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ n Biinhedetinlffisaditouele orasao.Suhafewsur de piano; has guide4 up the stdd4 of medicine
hoped from smalllocalbe- boys and girls to-their re; course would run counter tos ei in
S1 ting in the midland late responsibilities as active, Alert the spirit of democracy. many ungefingers, on the we Se'r s sever
19h centu into large in- citizens of a democratic count The picture is much the
ternaiona bodes. or i- tr. sae, in Comonwalthkeyboard. Threek yersao g9hsdilm t h ei
statonc lbdie ori-tr., same in o Madame Scott decided it was Seminaire, College St.Ma
acthe Boy Scout and Thus it will be seen that countries. Boy Scouts and tm hihrsngtisrcta .h sevn h
& GoldeMovements, the -,there is great diversity and Girl Guides, -teenage coun~ nfoannmtrnl et h uue
unm Men's Christian Asso- yet great unity in the youth cils, yoi#th parhahents, sport
n~ fTBritai~n. ing and religious organisa-
dan and the Young Wo- organizations of Bii ad eiodMeanwhile. he prat
in es Christian' Association, There is'nothing rigid, regi- tions are all to be found. 'In MahnBace.two or three hours dail t
w'~ich 'started in Britain, rented nor uniform about Cand theYo C m 'sfst co t











tr- isiawlznwadt
or:av large' memer- them. Thif aims are eniie ini ocre n a at was created at owadteh tunes ino
4o a( -
Ohps enaral, all the Eng- ly concerned with the social, tional scale, with the, gene-, the age of eight., His latest aIo prga f lo 1
lihspeaking countries As physical and sir'itual devel-. ral welf are, of young people, -- na fr oesoberedo music, though- not- o
twlp as larto and Asia. o'pmeht of, members and and in Australia eac:& State. od-ge ne h a often. He sy ede
they are no-milataic has its n National Fitness t eo beeve i
STIULAINGA SNS Council which' is specially. -epreferencesThontotlerse
IMULAING ASLWSEFINANCIAL, AID TO concernednd with -the physical ecpin. etilrenrkoreiitthti
iwN BLTYXPN ORK education sand recreation sof untile a shr whl Iayr sed this reporter, a vetea





























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lath nst-00-ybts~smq it ybuh. When G4ijstated rather em- ef b an ate
in50'ional voluntary- orpni' The govren in Bri, A complex picture,\ per- :htcql tha Iy hI Iwd Jio h
vernm~t i ween of wh-; inis 1














te chang haps, but aheathy onebe-ei
I -ekiy t et i~it in, soddl ondtins f r-causei sis 'based on 'those least, ien- ce. omeit. Tiotr embeso h
4ys 'ythe nee of youthce. ar the voluntary ef rnpe hc r reporter -promnptly took the wodnt
is.wh a similarity in their fortof its citizens, great as strength of the democratictadtnljorals'peo Gu' boho it
essince they all -it is,-.1s-'n'oe sufficient alone way of life a Belief in'the gativeto ad booyhood are ot entr sy aken
with'di the same fupda- to meet the needs o~f yousth, importacofiivda e to make four., b si.H lvst
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miall:aimn 'f develppin, -uadertok I in 1939 respn*sosblt~ ngiy His favourite composer 4s -wi and 1.. c i
tbe ntat, 'hscal and- spi-- sibility for 'the -provision' of c. Copnanilucehaisinitohewne
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del of their m deue leisure-time activia strongly'reflected' in some of bf:ue e nej
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rl"edifferenice lies .1h 4es for, adolescents., It: did 18 H1aitians Award48t. Gys Sown, work Hle th9d ti of &












Irell -~'i $0th
lh^bas. 'T he pro not,.- how ever, qbol s Wrg i i g ,C s ve yf n a h t b c a ve thures.
*I Ieiiie s1 'a- take over the ouh og i s ( p t e ro gd vei .an d M d s1 A French a sd D 6
ptyWith fib or or, in wihwr at. work, for the anius cuePO pghaiti, Navery.
'aitit contains ai cei-tain but devised, a: systems where- Mr. Dantes P. Colinion Well G't c whjn~p. out a.
(p' tibalwpi b loal dqctin" aruthori- returned to Haiti last May of det:rau if.his ad- Md ct g
P- te:,encouragement. of' ties .were empowered and fi- ,ter -seyena months, study unde Oce rhiequess jt: but .he,& ey 0cia
,,,;te,: pectioonceto, assist hhs bd es li T Ctining girast would ater; gtic. to tetwrL:e aetd
&visual arts, debate wo expand tho ok ndi il f labor Adminis- cassics. He admitted rather prin&,,prbbabli bdis
'the dy of iriternation, here gud %,expansion was tfaidpht eseilsdwsfly'htfmrfinsst iii i-ap
andicraf-ty and in deiiatet set up 'da rmost of 'them. o-- own, youth centres. *Mr.. Max S. Isidore of Port. much-* Ilts 14year-old sis- ofhs tree. Tit
phcltrainiing, out-. 'Te- result is that Britain au-Pkince -'was: awarded an ter .; 'Evelyn, 'however, a cn 'a f1 keSL
,,94d eampm nw has, an expanding. and' In.-Service Training Grant,uslybeoudenigaAan(eesd) t
heve om jt it ving jouth service Class aC), undef the program 9atfe -a w'e eh Ih -lii oJeeiIf
'd, r ? ihrhu h the' youqg of the bureau, f bor P1ays, by' request, :his onbcm elkor
tee e atreociti2;ens: f tomorrow can Standards. Mr. Isadore nubrs ers. Gys 'mothe eR
L ie, th. deocti t' a themselves to meet the spent four months studyn ho a iispehi 6tx
peuid etr work. futue,.each according to his law administratioR. at the' chdh whua brl are lihtini', nature, 'b~tih
te( ~ ~ ~ ~ n o.gm.br re i-6w inclinationY, be it -Bureau of Labor tandard re exists bn divsda ith fu
A ssxk' e of, .social reslpona- Shog h cu mde nWsigocott ehbits, an. amazing tann ntcliu
itrexperience, o comi- ment, the Youni Farmers' Under the Foreign Leader-aon f rciaiy* nhroyh a e&
y.5 fervice- and leaer- hts, the municipal youth Program Mr. Max Vieux of maigpasfra future odcwokofep
P. ebrhl svhn ete or any. other of the Port-au-Prince 1\o of the youth cl s bodies Which may interest a 90 day grant for the pur-- moeta nligt eoat 'omeday, Haiti wl
k6 self-govere ed, the. mem- i.poeocofrig wthebisstudies to music alonehaeisowsholo
rs-r themseies-sevngo Youth organizations in Bri, colleaguesi h il o .. but adds cryptically that t rvd adtdy
th;management committees 'ansnnsl-oenn e giutr.M.Vieux is a he als likes tolueat three 'eswt hyine
ct~asbmg om repo- itris ae noeledon the graduate of the Agricultural a r htses they. muist nbw- 0 ;
!ility for oirganisation, rais same lines as in some of 'the funds, for United Kingdom with adat-coe otctwt the Agri- 'day comes, she, predictstk
19tabi dscphe.Threraios o ui local condi- cultural work carried on b ewnames will be adde t
aysfi dut eadr o ions. They heth se..G.White Co. and by,, SHA- theSatefooe* a year he, the list of notdHii
vis geeal work Of aim of develoin .character DA. Prior to his appoint ent _ ubo nit and at asadoyical well-being of as'Dire~ctor General of Agri uedi ouainPo arig~ontetr
adiseri rather than prime the boys and' girls s o that culture, Mr. Vieux was in' 'blems & Cnsus'Techniques J'aiddonbyOce
m ~ern Any of ihe activi- thev will'be able to assum e charge of the cattle develop- adalso attended special ',v, Justin Elie and Ludoic
tis.Mfh_ ls arrange for a full sbare oif -the r&sponsi-1 ment eeretttosatqcourses in 'Fore-ign Trade anti La~moth-6-
rs o. ttend biltie ofciizenshp a theirat ince;Indsr ss Iiato
h;%clto no -cuitis d ace t wad r. A d6 unir o .t issude, Mr unir n oftoe a e
M clk.ad hae. slfgo er m nt I m nyte P r-u-ric rceve a viitd nd stil lats in wel e oug u
iter oli pakia'.rioris h imortnce ofclas A on yar raiingPitsbuy, kro, CeveandAndwe ishthesh

bet itas rs f fud~arealoctd o ouh Grnd inC nss roed rs nd Derieba s en om m nnrd ougse
prodimprtace, suchas raiing leadrs ocaly as t th Bueau of ensu in tim th inthe ust m h use theenggin smle
psitoi o edcaionorbee reogise. ubsanIalWsigo.Rmiigi n eri n e-ok uk









SUNAY SPT 9t ~~rI UN


Mr. Aurele Leconte left
Saturday to take up the new-
ly created post of Commer-
cial Attache at the New
York Consulate. Mr. Le-
S-conte in this new important
-position will among other
things act as purchasing a-
S.gent for'materials the Gov-
4.ernment wishes to buy in
that city.
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Albert Sylvera is due to
'.leave for Europe on the 15th
to join Mrs. Sylvera who has
'been vacationing there these
-past months.
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Author Samuel O. Schenck
.and his Canadian wife, the
fcaiomer Miss Gynett Stencel
of Toronto, is leaving Haiti
Monday' to retu.n to t he
TI.S. after a Jenthv sejour
here at ite& .iibold's place
Gn Boudoh. Mr.- Schenck is
at present in the throes of
finishing. a novel.
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.Returning to school on the'
.16th are Miss Cyithia Poley
and 'Sandra Southerland.
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Alan.Benson of the -Port-
au-Pince Times) is to'bid
"Haiti adieu: Monday and
ioard a home bound P.A-A.
clipper.
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Artist Max Pinchinat is
leaving on the 16th for New
York and then Paris where
he will study under a Gov-
ernment Scholarship.
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Friday UN Tree and Soil
Expert Vinton Burns left for
consultation at U.N. head-
quarters in New York plus a
stop -over in Washington,
D.C.


Blaise household ... reason
- birth of a new son, Gary.
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M.. Charles Noisy, Secre-
tary of the. Haitian Legation
in Havana took the plan this
week to Caracas where he
has been transferred.
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SArtist Robel Paris left
Port-au-Prince this week for
a month's work with UNES


SUNDAY, SEPT. 9th


S-:0:- U at Marbial Where'she will 'uM
Artist Luce Turnier starts The. marriage plans of teach silk-screening and aid W
for school in Paris on the Miss Sidney Hurleston and in -the making of poster to
16th. Luce will stop over in Paul Gundy are complete; advertise the UN's work
New York to visit with old they will marry next month, there. ,le
student freni -:0:- -:0:- th
-:0.- Haiti's Consul in King- Edouard Jeanty J.r, who SE
Mr. Howard Wilds of the ston Bunny Evans arrived has been vacationing here for D
Coca-Cola Export Corpora- 'from Havana Thursday. He two months, left Thursday
tion of Miami just complet- will spend the .week-end Ito return to College Bourget
d a routine chemical ana- here, returning to Jamaica near Montreal where he will
lysis and inspection of Bras- in tiie for an early start continue his study. of Radio
series de la Couronne, local Monday.. Electronics. Edouard wa4
independent Coca-Cola bot, -:0: accompanied by Jean Wei-
tiers managed by Dan Allen. Friday evening friends ga- ner, son of -Electa 'Weiner
'The realization n the part there at the, modern bunga- who is. also at, school in Can-
of this company of the.ne- low home in Peti6hville of ada.
cesgity of frequent and pro- cti, .George Leger and set -:0-
per supervision, properly -ff a most 'elegant party in Lawyer Gerard Laforest
treated water, and scrupu- celebration of: the anniver- left on a New York vacation
lously clean bottles has re- sary of his birth. F rhy.
suited in a high quality pro-' ;' -:0:- . l- :0:--- I "
duct. Mr. Wilds departed'.-.Tinama and the children Emaiuel Alexis and Frantz f
yesterday for regular check- returtied to Mexico Friday aret left Fridyto.study n B
ups in other plants through- -::- Franc o a ..Government i
out the-Caribbean.'i Customer to Claudine Grant., '
-:0:- Natides beauty, parlor will .
.Mr. George 'iereux will no doubt be happy to lear f "Guy Badusar sob of- Law
accompany daughter Marie the rdtarn from ,2. months yer Joseh Baussan returned
,. -. to school. in the-U:US..yester-.
lare, and: .son Frantz back vacatioii in Paris of the lady cho theUS. s
to school in je..S., tomor- hers el f Mis. -Claudife day.
tatidef Mrs.'
row. -" Nadea'. -Ms. Naude itIurn i-
':0:-' ., ed'With tli laest w6* Assistant'Director of the
.Mr., and--.-rs. An on boeattvy''culture from rthat National Office' o'To irismi
Kieer are leading foi the fashionb cenitre':i the worW.- Mr. Roger Savain-is leaving
'U.S. tomorrow,. -., fbr.tihe, nitel .States o4 the
'--:0- Mie. C iistliies ~dforet 1 th..: : '. i-
Off to'rirrov on their an- celebrated her birthday Sep- '' .- "
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dans le monde entier, de plus forts

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des pneus de toute autre marque.

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Page 12 HAITI SOjN_ SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th
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i '" Buy Classified Advertisements Sll HERE'S TO A COOL
Help. Wanted For Rent -For Sale Lost and Found ..
SWEIL" GPOOMED SUMMER
S Classified advertisements 100 carreaux of, land in NOTICE
; areaccepted for things wast- the suburbs of. Port-au-
: ed or "swainted; articles for Prince suitable for the culti- (Le Refuge closed)
sale; personal service; mis- ovation of sisal (pite) 8b dol- Visitors, clients, and friends
cellaneous items, such as lars per catireau- you are hereby notified that
jobs wanted; houses for ----w Le Refugen is closed for the '
re t;. tutoring travelling present time (this mountain.
ompwions; "ideas for sale, Concerning the above see Hotel is undergoing exten-
O (. accepted, advertite- Real. Estate Agency Rodor sive reconditioning work): '
ent s 'of d political nature. Trading. Ce0poration, Build- Rest assured, the manage-
Rate 25c per insertion, mai- Trading Corporation, Grand ient will advise you iu due
..Aum of 10 words. next to "Pharmacy time of the' re-opening date;
.. .. Telemaquen. '
S' On enquiring'aBout any of .................. ....:.:....
the "Real Estate, bargains at ,
the -Rodor Trading'Corpor- JEEP WANTED"
ationOffice ask to see their Wanted a good condi-
Sfine modern handy sewing toned second hand Jep Sort Shirts ,
Machines, they sell them at person will pay:. ash. Con-. _. S
San astoundk"ily'low pice. tact. Haiti' Sun Office. -- -..'. .
Stand No. 39 Exposition, ; A ro Shirts, While and Coloured .3:o,, -'
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S HOUSES"AND PROPER- Casera's a.eriy -
HOUSE WANTED Long or Shor Sleves ;
TIES FOR SALE Furnsihed'house wanted in Sport Jai hours and lacks
$' at BoLi. -Verna erjft I sefc .linic .,,,Sport Jkmcts, Shorts and* S
ouseat Bois Vea with Petionville, or tle cool sec- Clinic.
S" cQut 81000 dollars., tion of he. city. Two-bed- r D s B a .'.." T
eae aas de.Turgeau roms. Phone: 5599. Be- D Geoges Castera's c Denims, aque
'Z doars. :. tween.. 8.m. ana .12 noon. portable and completely mo- ,
oHars.- ten 8- .m. and f 2 noon. .
e 'RHanut deLalue dern 12 room Maternityli at
as $otao s. nic is at your.servi.e. This
Ilup-toidate I linic2;:
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-' --., 'f ei' .V ,0 ., -/ N up-to date linic is locate YOUR FAVORITE STORE
0Pharacy Castolrr 'app Rep "
fryit % Brdp4 y. ttdy 80x120 "k'the Te Sa e-a--,
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pn/^ t res~o i ALLSNduA4AL E inW Ire, 2a -s*'b *-

at eisint u dens / ao I Quali fy'

L olr a fb wFu a rbo sspac e still f-' '
i ,fi 1; i ,'c. .iderabie progress. te tee -..... .re .:'

dfrom fage i present ;hpre i'% are seven
De tmd f Agri tpnds popiatedl wl for FOR. SA
.be-his i granted to 'eigh e fish situ ated' ea s APort- o foud l t
E (iaood l an Agriculture au-P rinse. Primay obper- Do you 'want -to look at P
h >United vasionse. e' p that d o the Moon or the stirs or
B'\C4 o elo fwslsh for the the rich Thie and fvotirable maybe just down the hill to
f fli, culture inthe clin tica' coidit ons te see if your friend is home
S .i. Me. B .Bo ils ponds shiu.le I eco ne o 'vry is so then. take advantage of '.es.ua.
esto rrow o"' his in- froductpve to' s hbort.space an exceptional .opportunity
S.l tii The n- .:of time It wit l ibe possible ad buy' the there. e -foot .i ng
U. S., Bahamaser-o tons of fish per Hectare size tripod. issellng at






.m Snta Maria', Po..- l, (2.4 acres or 10,000 square give away price ... conta ct
: and, Franceanl y, meters). i he uHa.it Sun...
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tudhg in Jakarta, ava, Mr. be carried, or ra, her xtend- months grown from three
Tohnefil .will return to ed, to the mountain streams ounces to four pounds- In STANDARD HYDRAULIC PORTLAND CEMENT
sei'#e the fine art of rearing swamps and irrigation can- produced from Jamaica last
fish for food c nsumption, als. The .reort from the June are doing well and 'at OFICE: MTTC BLDG. 'EXPOSITION









S before flying home to place Damien fish poids are 'fa- present ae busily multiply- Port-au-Prince Tel 2387
~ .his aewly acquired Eastern vourable. In one of these- n b
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.,, U.. i S., Bahamas, ermu-, tons of W O L fish per HectaO EE ;CAresOIslh aa, _
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