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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
 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."
 Record Information
Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
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ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00053

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LANGUAGE


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i Bit, h f lfiti's Fish

Snner fthe Future

By Al EIb CO N O ... desday, these same carp were
S- .. ... ; shifted from the truck to an
.. aIAMI; Snday 6lth: alne .and were flow. to
A very special kiind of iruk H'-t .
Arrived Mii .Wed o nce th*ee, they wilt be
; .day. Aboard iwas austrgq (Continued, o.' Page 2)-
cargo. Acgo earmar :" sl r
for a vy finte dstia-* ats ars
ioh andur ose. t y Apart from the .repulsive-,
044 in.ess oi 'havmg .vermisi a.,
Ian k a | rpund. on e's premises, the
daig kk Io he, year lpssesi. in dollars' and cents
B "00 .' '. .:. ff0m.'ratdamnagein aiti'are.
S9 T "; J:J' 'te l-~154 i6menidous., They. actually
JI.o i" fi i""s far e.cee dones off'-ba&"'es&
zoiagi.t o4 tP(Y,.. _tma'e4 ,of 'whaxt "fse looses,


S i k su pe f asp ofte


S TA;, ASSr-S 71 S T1
S BLEM 0'4EdAtERICASi. Says "
Dim ois Al Mexico 0Cit Conference


MEXICO lrit.- The M. Diambois was
great i f;ed 1f education id Vice President of the
the. Ameritas t6day is to exi' cil at the first plena
tent it ;o its-masses, in t sion of the Meeting a
opinion of Haiti's Ministdr same time that Lic. iN
of EduCation, :Felix Diam- Gual Vidal, Secretary
bois, 'ho. is headd of his, lic Education in Mexic
country s..delegation to the elected President. Bot
2 Inangil al Meeting of .the hold office .until the
Inter 'Ameridan CultufaL meeting of the Counci
Council here. (Continued on Pagt


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NEWSPAPER


SUNDAY, SEPTEMB$R 23rd


AW Vt ..w .ri, s ss ..
MEW UNITED STATES AMBASSADOR '
MAY AilliE EARLY NEXT MONTH


. Society ,Columnist. Achsah assignment for Mr. Tra
Dorsey Smith of the Wash- who hails -from Central "
ington "Times Herald,) Sun- ley, N.Y. He wasappo
day, September the 16th, de'- (Contznued on Page Z
voted her column to Howard
Karl Travers ahd his family.
Mr. Howard Travers was re-
- cenrly nominated by Presi-
dent Truman as Ambassador'
to Haiti. Achsah Smith
writes that it's business as
usual for Mr. Travers who
is a well known career Min-
ister' in the Foreign Service.
For'the past three years be
has been Diiector of the
Foreign -Service Inspection
Corps of the State Depart-
ment.
This will be the first
Chief of Diplomatie Mission HOWARD TRAVERS
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r. Marc "LaS 'ne- a physician in Asqui:., Haiti. tells
D e .aw -t ud : a she United States Department of State
"it diation 4 pr in Washington, D.C., of the customs
re" 1 cont.S-ee_ Story Page 7)
h(Ciche.l Photo U.S. Information Service)
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" Exi KLzis
11-Year Old Girl

Early Thursday evening
taxi licensed No. 3059 driv-
en by Albert Gousse knock-
ed down 1-year old. Merilia
Mer:sc-r o the read border,
ing. the cemetery. The little
girl was rushed immediately
to the hospital where she
died two hours later from
head injuries., -


*oire Obhectif
Vous Servir
,,Our objective ... to serve
young, was the title of thein-
troductory article carried on
dhe froni page of the JOUR-
NAL DU COMMERCE when
it made its debut into the
commercial eye of the Capi- .
cal last week-end.
The Journal of Com-
merce, strictly a commercial
(Continued on Page 4) AUBELIN JOLICOEUR








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The.vital'cog in th
of big towq es04per4gi is
the., eg.- ann.... the. b
sistidt -hap, who low
whdre news is most likely .I...'.
'be found and s alwayshere
to find it. InPort-ait41 '*
the, role is d difficult 6o fnt&i'.
difficulties- only .sepm ,to
whet the journalistic ,
title of 27-year-old 'A i ;
Jplicoeur. 'The leg.manz a n ,
star. repqrter of, o e
vellisteu. ha a true .ose,fo'
nows.and thei'necessar ene-
gy to make' the best nue' of
i.- His spry-.trim figtfre can
usually be'seen darting alo'g
the Grand .R.e at ase. .
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tollf-rdup .m.sit$ it's: a
niu-h Pa-pet of Aubelin.%-
his. reay 'smile. "The ability
to rike friends is another
major asset of the young,
staf member of <"Le Nouvel-
Jiste.u I
He gets a warm -Com-
, meant ca va?n at police head-
quarters and other offices
along his municipal abeat.
' It be doesn't find a story,
waiting for him along his
regular route, he sets out to-
find one ... even if it mean
a long jaunt into the pro-.
vinces.
, Aubelin originally came
from Jacmel ... the birth,
place of a number of noted
Haitian writers including
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Personality Of The Week
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. placed ,i fish ponds to of fingerlings- W rans- "
breed or fatten so the Hta- ported; here fronl. 4s A mmy,
tians can use them for, food. They were bred in ac and sa .lle
Fish culture is an ivy-clad uare skatiods, we leas lournalis bri Low,
ience thirt pre-dates sports in .waers, r t ouAn .'. dre
fishing by,'hudreas.'of years,, county, and 50-(%ers fat- d of owin their i*-
-A " er had become a. nuisance. lustrious footsteps when he
-A kprses on. cb uristd Yen, however, says carp studies .with the Freres de
oons. u breermg .and e a )41h n.utritious fish L'Instruction-Chretienne. Lat
rearing nd fattening ponds an-tb4y adapt them-" er he entered 'the Lyc6e Pin-
Satly as a .farmer ..v.i seThes to` p-ond culture. The. chinat, graduaitng in 1943
his grounds, and the ,yp o eueti cat, species of c"r. '
&tops t,, 'will ibest Adlk
r grw exists inChina, were it -was -at. the age of 19. And like
,"rei ng . f ow n ar tificia lly .24 ce .t a, . .. .

Y. Y is kowno. er te o s '.', hli ,b id. e, eage
worldd forf Ynkhowledge of Yen lso wi llI ae a fish: P ; Bit :'I .
ish culture' He stressedhe kno as tilapiaintrodhc diffr&t'i e esp eL
,8 ntic i.poi.ance of.. edto aitL. To give you d.id tto, hIselof, Now ,th.
cial-fish'rearihg to coui- oome insigh ..into his. Tar- I lDav&mynipliom y s
Sbeset by food' ob- flung knowledge, tilapa' is diesb
'. ,. ,- a fh native to Tanganyika,'.
S" ;"' "." fr ". h Belgian Conb and oteier He s etu.tpget aerso .
: In China, for example, African couinti*s.. It .is' a k'ib ledge.-d -
,fish cr6.. have been cultki all ardy, fish 'tht with- atguage aud i .abetnei
.nated s enLthe-ear ,50B,C; sta'nds'liidliig ind it grdws' nwaiting:"tm"
Ven s Wt z in is .a .i aouo4 s ds , Caster4asp i
e. '. 4. . .-,hetl t1 d. t. tbei- ed ..up 'on d .verbDs.. . t s
$g"- o.n^fo pat,; v# fiith months ps an4e1lb*o 4

., ,in 'w weight of about on. pondd': perienti &i 4&e~et : I W
tfo..nu ,Cgan., indicating en s i
-"e'.... . .... values :it or 'ntroductinV' Old M"an' ppotuit
..-.,-mto .- to ,aiti bce pa sis iYt diidt gestapo. a

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-'to 4 a< e hd a> q sbIe'recbrd
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;A&,R 1 :C 3 .2 .:. .0.;l'eP .,te. coraeng Hatian rmusc. gg
S- S Ye tn. ~A Le NoN elliste',, devote,
rir Id ..-long lumnt of'space t the
"' ." ': ." ':' -e aled. 0n.t abupc is hot debate .bewrne: the sp-.
awich: : ifni ab it padres o.ex-drchestra leader

,;,.-, -..* 1 ,,c -at .Yts. w4s l 'hi a e ntehtsf heitia rrtiance tunes
e, rliD 'was faied ti rflkct the true-folk
fma ,. generation pa pre:of thLe country: it af-
A i'"" -e te iring 'both 'id of -the
n'i ;. -* as27 generations.or questionh Auibelin till fees '
ite .cepturips, :of tethe iat the widespread =;use q
aSun. dla ancestors. If Mae.'ro .Saieh's recrding s
,. ..r.. wil pardoh' the con- ha done a wonderful.job'of;
amed l digressioqi, 'Leobce' bringing the magiq pf faiti
u1 famne 'is Leonice 'Bonne- (to foreign nations.; Who
: tfil fils. The fils, is Hai knows how many tourists
.- ." ,........ tio., or" French for son or have bad t4eir first interest
'"'" "t"I ,' our' Cari bean republic f
SI ^.S! r,-- ,' ." .......'*awake.ned.by.a.toe-tapping
'o ;Al.AU of,'. these interesting aw.eringed a t .
S--- actcame to light Tuesd'ay .
ijlS Wtatt the home of IDr and . .
Mirs,. enis R. Rivas, with -' O'll .wind up ofa story
bwhoInen and Leobce were of tfe popular young P ai-
fi' sstopping. ti an reporter 'with one more
t. note of interest... espeial-
S(Miai Herald, Sunday ly to the ladies. He's not
<5'Re Capois) Sep. 26h). married, YET!,
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overtd. ability, and high-jLa
clear color oeven under everl
difions. Fbrmnulas are th ,.
research. '
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THE BIRTH OF HAIrS FISH
MINER OF THE FUTUE
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he ajor unde ings ofe Cou immed-. I. delegate;.Mr. r
ou..d r.e"n." afely divided into co "miti A' Secretary Gene l I "'' th

-C. to spread educa-, ,tees which are studying ,a- General Fratk tavaud .ega.. ,









ac abs.much as tiosal and iht4r-A Joerican. Ambassador*w Extradmaa r,
e st ofeu- possible-amg those who prgrammesor spring and potenary Pars,
k-,; -Xn" .",V J. " ,.
aswellasts econoeedth most. knowledge of readi and. Psden; Seaor Charles
SM.Diamboissad was writing and for strengthen- Fobrn, President of the
fqi&e ai i e believes, ighly honoured by. his elec- ing human liberties in the Seate delegate; Me. Joseph
eia prh wb capex4ist- In to the VicePresidecy. Aeric up as Nemours Pierre-Louis, Pres .
S I tion, delegate;' MeDantes at.five. Mr9 wGuy diy
ucaion m be 1.ta..e .t.e..d, sor- HAT- IAN G e l aDE Madeline Viea
a yo at control problem If so, please cobegin- Mr. Leoh Maurasse ary raordinary, Permanent-Re- blessed hsnd Gy a
tP. Box 694, Port-au-Prince. ThAey will beI week from Port de-Pai on UNO, delegate; Mr. Max son- n-heiXlastobecfredq .
la tofurishi details aut this most effective new business. tes alonDorsiniwith AS e.'Ambassador Ex Gy J nior.t .
Suicide. ;raordinar Secretary Gen ., A....
Iyam i66 m. S t o anet e
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g. LCurel L'uxur"uLH0
SFor Inrmation See AgenFBERT E. Exposition Stand No. 7 .. Box 228. Tel. 2167
P$orutty o ; ..7 tsi q t Social' C 'cil and H ...C... -,e. V''-L O 'dd.. ,.i :'
,', ..-- " '" ,- -,'nt, see& ", t he Inter-A itan Councilt heih. "Ordinary -Session gate; M r. fle rar C Rq,,l-'


Be, feel that this.wid t' oqe qf P 'sldet- ad .ice Presi- N v"b 6, ` is as"9" s`b Jerote. Pb, 'depn
the r.iajor.unae. .t..ings o.. .. .t.-t Council 'C a 1, : e i 'lo delegate;. M r. .t.iertC r

4nf a c ir ambassador Ex-traordinary
a lnon Charles ". ,t5- ai'> a
61: e.. FIN-RAT.. B.,-,in, delegate; M D a five' Mnd Gty fl'u"on,-'
u. y& i ratc ol ble6 Ihfisoplese m MLawus pi odn e- dG
munic.te .S WYNN Muanumast..er'e 1in the c.apitalearl this-,. pree.,tiv of Haiti t thet 7 -d bn b.- T"' ofreading- and
gtP Box694,Prt-au e. T. wil b we fo Pertde- on UNO ,enate' delegate; Mr.M- be
t~ncxne. 1 ___ .~ rre rdiraty SeretaryiGen ae -r -e:ar- ,;" 'a P
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e.i f' r" '" yesterday after visiting the,.
*r S. \ entire Caribbean area-

S ,. ' Paul Gundy was on hand
S'to welcome his beautiful
S'"." fiance and,'fiture mothfr-in-
'. -law Thqrsday. when they r4-
* ,, I -' -. 'turned from t shopping
,* spree i Miami. Bishop Voe-
EEORESTAI ' Anse Duclair, 6,000 ret- gali will marry Paul.Gi pdy

. goane, 9,000 -- Anse d'Hai- coming Wednesday at the
e A supplementaryy appro- nault, ..00:' uche, Holy Trinity CatherdaL The
pria S' dOti o 64. 000gourdes' 3 000. happy couple are busy mak-
y'e",ivalent_ o 12,800 dollars' I6 the North Department ing plans for an. Equadorian
.,been e to the Deprt- after a most severe selection honeymoon, after which they.
Sp of Ag c~iW4 ,fo .. 4.000 egin'es have been intend to go to New York..
|..? arestatio on.'--Mote. de shipped_. , 0. -- I
sf HPoitali,, the containn 'F i e. .itamers %.received a ,Matques,. .of PAA is
'overfloking '-PoaitLPnPnc. these shipments' and th .-awaitiqg stork news from
hi:particutAiProjecforinj, price 'of 4'gouiles was paid YvCtGsgdek
t part of $atagpr program., me for standard regimes., Yc dly s 4z the 2th
V* -hkiertaken bj ti Deiart.yoh the 26th,
e ,of c reTult it an. ef-; Yvsis in his 3rd year Fa-
fOrt to cinbat soil sibn. I Mr. .&nd 1s.\Alfred Jams clty ,f ,o ercen a Mc
" :0: --.. r'Whilr" .?Spillett 4rethveI Gill University Montreal
.. .,' i R-- E L I . '. " O o n 4ip 'to '. C i i d Nd. ,u-' .. ..- ) .
i'si POTATIN' jiio ,aif inside in dPor.ta day Mrs. nRay.. n4 Baker aid
I & BA S- b. f. e,f -coitinuj4ig, t i.e i r, sodf Ricdard la .e, tom-orrow
-e. : 'eymoop -t, 2to .Mr .Baker .inCara.
,hat..,,ad recid tr. is..i,_theatt,.with ..: i


2zanas. i1: k .9.e, hid4,2, -''.rr -
)n' indafrot
ieex-' -,T K.+- ex -' -Meico.,
al., ie ihe. -- o's Cdtiff ,Asistait
I.g, fi-,'o of '.lieS-Ui eGonz gtx; *Cueac'aou
"= .. ,' ", .1 m`. _.- -^ .; ., -'I
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onit#n 'material: o i 'eayd
tid rgreessiveT W Ckte kts. cage takeni -"t ofo n 4' to. ""
, t'jw fric& ; uselesss eff .ts ,J hut: tk "ra de er rfie.,.
^ipir;4 ,^ '"-, ","
Sis being or los mi dn ental oan, your b6Wil'l.improve.
at. 4 n ses Li.- ~' business:... '' pro e en.h,,a -.-ks .of .'
S thoea ollaboratois.
SI b.is.QaI i o' + rt will e c eted nd everyI .
m except aac-pa cdon, "bt pehaps ekWdil.bwg-us nearer to
"' ..."' .. '., wemay.- grbup pra call -orbjei e.ct .to-be notonly
h-" int6kest our l ':d at-.. .cdng. tinci the Joixral of' Cbmmerce 1
we ptllsh' bbelw a .p# lhaiti us bdr .he oial *of thibusi-
oWe f theii .Preimiee FM and Haitia c, nesnat tag 11 that i"
's le g article. ,mercIa I poeent : f he ee d .s and' .ill rmation .
BJECTIE IS ns.of the aLa indt& upon w'ich. hqs'ay rely ,.
.' 1YOU 1' I *... ..alIiatMs ie' a ,' '' o veL You well is .. our
iave addiessed yor euo itais,nrime m6ve. ondition. of existence, for in .'. .'.'. '
e. be-. i.ve.w e a...e nt. ,ti . ,ic7a r d e r t.: e c.e y n s t, e'
serve you best by:, ]t'rx4lisa$re A slitn,; 'able. o give. 'We will do
his formtp. our pt Aitthe sa t we th utmost ad iq'etumn we, .
.DEurig two yearsh;-;.c. al ~P tte iooreqtu.- to have confi- '
yi .e bee, fi .'I ,fferg ao de -
wf favinr the u p u s ""Jl" -
in nifestsf fiwtfFers an.scliW &gr eearhe s -ame time

Sin ...ereft. ak If i Qth bne 6 4' *t .o i I "s' ..ides we. take o.r
o :atour bi hsjr b%; :w : ,-s pla .eia joii na lism o r a I :
o p , ,,, ; -.-,, ,
Sdd ct- t a, 'f 4oa e 'smborh insth jtouiZ willy aEn totes Phafrnmcies


is guided, and, li.,'..for your ben"rit the role will tend to the ,welfare 'of '*: I-". '
..'to now'.scattered .ef a complex" aid site AUxi 'ihe community. -
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~ 1 apahett with white clam sauge is a quecie, too. Less than,
l' autes preparation% should do it. ,
hug, hetti WI White Cblm iae (fo serving) .
Two tablespoons chopped fresh parsley, 1 chopped clove garlie,
.1 t-hopped onion, % cup aoUve oil, 1% teaspoons salt, % teaspoon
' epper.I large can minced..clanms, 1 package thin spaghetti.
Browa parsy: onion and garlic in hot olive oil until ingredients
,are cooked. Season with sY t and pepper. Add clams and simmer
flor about 5 minutes. "Don9tovercook of clams will become bard.
*. .Drop paghet l in bduling salted. water. Keep water boiling. Stir
Occasionally. When tender, run cold water into hot water., Drain
.and sehiv with sauce. s
S JMaca-eWal-and Cheese Supripe (si& servti) ,.
,. pound jumbo macaroni, 2 tablespoons butter, 2 tablespoons
-S- _r, 2 cups milk, % teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon salt, % pound
Ican cheddar cheese, t cup buttered read crumbs.
SFiook mxacareni In boiling salted water. Drain and place in,
SMielt -butter in sauce pan, add flour and blend. Add'
Sad stir slowly until sauce thickens. Season.
Cheese and scatter over macaroni. dover the top 'with
ed bread crumbs. Pour sauce over all and bake in a moderate
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,6HAITI SUN,,SUNDAY, SEPT. 2rd
there has been no' trace of
fffi~ .m~~ UC ~ their presence. '
This typical example of
"" tiued from Page 1) successful use of Warfarin a- .
, a. .Is -.. -,.' .:. .. o : D round one's premises, sug-
-desttoy' l,..- th of the. minute amounts., over a pet gest what can be done on a '
*cro. .A.tbonite's riod 6f several days that the regional or national basis..
rice ere fu 1 devastating effects Public spirited statesmen ...
iver he osses ktes .nm tool. police "Because of .the ~rho eill realize the import- ,
,up-much lUgh,"ve ',e'to6he fact' thatthe blood circula- ange of a rat-control project .
hialfof the etire crop des-: story system is unprovided for Haiti, and will see that ,
Aroyed. Everyone has heard with sensory nerve connec- it 'is carried through to a '
of r4t coffee, the poor or al- tions, damage to the blood- successful 'conclusion, will ;
aiost wortldess.beans-picked vessels is not accompanied be deserving of the greatest
aUp 4"om unldeit.,he coffee by pain or warning. Thus praise from every resident of
bushes, where" they had fall-. wheti a rat succumbs to the the hation. The relatively- .
r tae ,its "ate the sweet repeated doses of Wdrfarin, small cost for waging a .suc-
rrtouinding' te ripe there is no suspicion on .the cessful campaign against rats '
co4 ltri'sW. Wheii rats e part of the other.rats, and will-be returned many fold in -. '.
er a cotton warehouse, eat- ever in any case- a develop-: .`he savings of *produce now
ng th& seed, in*the unkin- ment of ,bait shyness. This contsumed, 6r damage done -
ner coiqni tle quality o doubtless constitutes the to P.roperty of one sort bran-
e fidaal 'ginil.d product is greatest. value of .the,'new ro. other '.
. cnsiderbly, for dhi defiticide,'Warfarin, together Warfarin is manufactured' BASSE IEDE .A COW.
S"' be en ely eli with. the fact that .its danger by S. 'B. Penick- and Co. of
46ttn nthSambe b istrue of to hmans or pets is practi- 'New York,.. represented. in,- '
oi --o Theu -eis oie o-al-ly .no n-eh a en Haiti by Massib and Wynne, .. ..
"s nats _oo .P.o, aau-roce, ar- P.O. Box' 694, Pprt auxi
'l i.c.ttu .of ias been .available for ine., Large. org. i-zat'on;-
'- ...been available sm .. may- -ipo rr;the concentrated . ... ...4 ... ... . .
S les va. i settle te as a eay- materl, if esird n are
olierwise have been, prepared bakt.sola under ,the ' ,
th. .. p r-'ed .' .. ..d e mtinvited to comm unicate, with .,
dnvtT s bne deTi*. l s n sIng nant f F IN-th 'L''S '
t A'. Wes ef RAT,.obtainable at the'fa i t. represent ves.
S4.. Seed Sto, cperof Re .Many sers' .. find- it-
deitely sted t Maca tr and We. most copaent to purchase .,
4%aaa & tb.4&hepersons hAve e r .- -
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Sher work in this shoent ch .aong nding e

.eh -- t-presentsixmonths o(solid the ,-.rem 5 4m1
oi e dediatd entitlyto to 7 .

GEAT AUTH S . the Haitian people.- friend .ahad .t tond l y
-..E.,, MON T He paintre. depict opHai- .ten an ro e
8than lfeasnd ; Thursdpecially even Chinese actoe




r e are always being serv- rythm of .the dAilys Mife a of the Pas. i e
han ,I.s .idemabyso.. h w o . Sin th s show .a g As virs. Homer ..ayne,i Museu ,
istha so y wser thers. Howfar a at the Centre, November 16 wifeof the Aerican Cti 1;



recav o; ds n ih results, to f solidify put forth in her Mbrief itro-
inminupeiu opwatusuya toil war deda more auction 7of bM a y Coles qsr' Id|
raca E.i Ta a the Haitian e o p e.'. r'e p- .. r., et
O tN'T per talentn plim ent.y things abo th .n A special little story ould H America, s sent haenus pe ion- d' t ism.i.M
:a.a. t d- n sbe written about i each and dre en Haiti, aais sel n.i -od d e
e..G... e w pe ysed a Me ild ev- ryneof the d25 pai tigs touipeti"mmbre one senti .s. #., .
"' V.bae tiaa fw,,aise" a ter b e, sroa is'ed, an d u tempera. andS water I olour et.expriMs. lesH r aies aspira- -se r *-. S ^
,..... d _writer m..haa. itt th, ,... .. e t9, et ions ...,du .. peoplee H aise 1. .- i -,'.is



noerone:Ul noted manual labour works when comme Mary Coles dans 4ses .4
sish is d r lalti the CnPhytsicr noAm onr1 aqp-relles e r erese n
it n yo.y weserve b O.ers.. I w.ar a. Pwife dant sot ulem Arcan.' .,.'-.,t
r -.t' pMifdi ho ek:. nd i pra ise- of. llst y. has str. v- rural 'Attache,. ha so ably n' ,exo at .
i .i ow d. i is" e a W.ith- r i to_ .solidify pt it forth in que r- ri orte it tro I c et le :e







h ,.t i.,' X ,.ha; e l c .ay imentt tha t ,oneio. reis fr- teo. tdns and. tenders o d'un passage. eslles lepr- HATIA T ..R t l
" :...,. .^' .j. .i W... .e' "who "' ev s arn.. he ye .. . ''o n oveus tbherw d usee the' se De .si nombreux art -si e A. I eIe,......
g-ii e o d.to oe n t frapp . .et. f thJ
/ .h e s ri o- taet .. -,-i n taity iitip Fe t'a t Ori. ntapo Cenl ttle of the par l as as rticldes edu Q'ofMa s. J'...i..di' l ., tigers

sed a. cl Ui ited-onof States 25 Department ofgs dorut .Ce i tonne onte plus rec r the se of
tlllls .... .i.ifurl'has" been. fenf Stat. '.in asigton, D." -d1' le- W tablea -de .ary dern. Art of urac so







)- .i& ., ..... ofpraise s at . .i -is t -. temrra. i n .watom erseas dol u ir ete rime t'lliesvr, au je des- Art regarding the -
.P...' ..i rby"ht' ... uo e s e ut l e, ttibres. s rio dePeidt n dre a
eis', ofrite nof6t .pre ma nuallabouewors we course lasts wo .- eeks so sujet ne ped pas our the delay of my letter.,









p u.. -.ther country-improvetheir debutante.. Ele fit ,sa pre- o-f f50.to,00.persons? e .
..I D.:nglishani help fam iliarizg mi a re exp tn. -New GoVfvernor -was. prese
pamk;. p SOIT o as.q-I orkt er. a mo.g p thema with U..S. customs. The York e 'age de 19 ansi N ie n as the Presid ea t Pe- -









" "' L-" ... ." .. ". Center als. help" with. travel dans -'Etat de, N w Jersey et parliament.. Yu.esterday
e-- i~& wi h e certain human fbe lings wh.. c t building of 1 ass, i et es, .ursoyit A ber 16th... The ..week-, f











I thinkIis that of. St. spoke aA paWable, shCah a Blifi Wsngton, '. WisO a Durant te laps de tempr 'is toreturedto yo'bhr
St I "i -w"" "bo .at: q " d ugty iee.a bta.s frequently oeuvres fnreent choisies pour those iwn ries ah o .,hO ia,.












;sfok,, ad also a paintero. a- wder; bmo when perfect- e .Bgfitary reg larly furent tem queen nr A son made t, his an terestinge ..
tiosdigto a legend ofathet everyonen w de i t and eoin in Collese social 4ou a.yge et ellese, ep .fiH p R r
p"h w -see'the stha nks thy bi-other's Orit1aporo e afls Ann f-i e:;' ;' -- r A '* e t fro
.rPkinnd,'o7 b n sd o iseasit pr.ae f t eirn a shigonhu e thC hs eab x 'd M .a ry -e AtrB o f go
,'e t rT h o t-o -y '.... ...l. .
et-is m eg .tdeed o d h -a fis -. 'di o me 'of M au C o es Ane e arti ,g h .e
raise t.e h f-' i s ..t e th.e-e e as r en sy or e shd ow'C .d. M



M-to Peters:

e mfeood man g rom trIo i co urse, lasts weAeks. i s ne. p d s o the dt
dn far moe..an'hey .' do .' ele .hone prise't. on- fw''- hi.ta t U ti ies aT he r Iesattuten las ccr e na e 6p'ne d 'the Epsion-of.' .. '
ot '"e k n .',en d'.a~-d .' h v"." Centerahelp th o:fro'y..o"'e..p.. ": .Are .u..... B to's..". '
sit e: o f han.d nceo terf'd onnui p v, their dabua ne 'E-le ftd sa r r o &tOt6eous ".h
On. dh ..-c of c hem.f-itq. U.theSru. s es. e to. h rcusts t he el m e n

S..ap.z L-L a oe rdte S hm ek now.. nle o t e mst t
AZ xai inationnp,. p S a ue. :
'showste hfis si i blhds, '. oe ter .a' ela. ommna ses n ures. t nea the "Espcsitn . ,
q"e o ms e i n faii." whsich .-'the.buid in Mn
ifo s in t.. e New eta exis t ..en .. e. W sner ge os f Mhe .ri d p' o siy . b 1.. The week.,..i.





be: ot. the' struaieiicbf e, "r"tlil noi s d 'f o tato i ia in t --u--o-n w s S


t-- .,.i ,'on :wilt see t ies,., rl.y *.,,,., tocat u i Hiil.s .iittote'ueni-u
aT.eamt e oZ a Jhe sp. k fo m thy brao a .t her's. t States issaoed. y. s
and.,:,:<. .... .. feye. The. goodn man frm t stiuce of 1nter-Amen-
bir t, iAaly the p'oodls tre.asu e ofhis c ffairs.' The Insttut e ka -nese '0,




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ATTENTION !!! 'yu'. '- y f ert'v'^.n4-

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S.OTEIIBO IEL
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MAIL 5%
Pleu.e.call 7886+ MALD NA r-6
S.Pleaose call. to reserve tables for ou ,..'.-
Tuesday and Fridtay Dinner Dances YOGURi
/ On -THURSDAYS and SUNDAYS beginning
'September 1.6th, from 6 to 8 .. . E.G
o: o.oo COCKTAIL, HOUR. a. . ,, _.,,
PC E, '"T O ET *with.Ernest, Lam at the Piano : '
PCESS F EN SUNDAY evenings, BUFRET .SPPER.





e uge dos). Hotel s, undergoing exten- el -
itor ,, ts, ad friends sive recon ditioning world Ye Ony 3 ites Town
Sre herby o .. fied that Rest assured the manage -.


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surfacefae of two feet of muddy '-:0:- who left- bis'nagive land fo
S w~~water, at the Duvivier s Canadian Arthur. Chevas- tche, first time' in le'e.:.
S'home. The party quite im- sus flew into 'ton Monday. was Tuesday-.e
promptu turned but to be a-i :-,k- .- : the 'afkinoon idf", ..
.. -'costmee affair; Mfrsd C. ai .eheissbn business ivact" tt

1 stitician.and active member P'mo hsis. j e.s'tS CjAe
Jea. .ne w" k "romth rd.ee'. .. . '.1 " son.; /'1' p
S. ., ;the.Temmenist moyenment is. e .xpea hp short- the i
.is n t W. Yoik today, .
.' ee, bill.eybds sou ninicht ea: tGr, an. ac e f
r.etu c"fa"' ..doMniember of the Ecelsi'r BEACH'OMBER One f 'h h ci'y' largest, cit. ,li e
edmge'Af er t, L is ,ul.. .ea STUBS HIS TOQE ocery ieit :.Marcos Talay. w e?.'-.:
i, i"e S ats.' t. -was-n AMri. Adrian ~B ade, mas returned' to ort Tuei' s..Fe ixn a
ao hg-ad- hikmer- .iedves for New Yorktomoi- f^ was erroneous reportI day from a$ew ork yisit. re' h
Sdesjilsof bsin ess,'inhuu ra*. ed last week' that mrs. til- .
'7-vi...n^'r-. .. .." '- , x.'.. ' . ;,' ,', '"w ,l"
.a.- --,ti f "family B1a'Sager d Ter. Em.naamsCe fle, 4! E t ..-.
Si esta the liud Snith. celebrate their 9th accompanied by dauShtern a he Caital this awek was .ist. O
er e. birhdays at the .luxurious ana at (c dmo erG at .ick B'8iin, excutiv aptl
lotel Etliancho nibrrv the tgh4&teaiog Of Moussa -we ir o? he ITtlrCitl'a 6 ii
'-. isitingw..- frith f 'nds -.: 0'-SA' o. i Carmen Tala 's mes .ou s:.e 'Associdtion. r..- evenre
iviji re- .thac :.ropicall ;bpjdem daughter, We oiittced the -, cnrd. .Didit# SexTora
&a't te e o.. Gebrge. Mi" w 'on 'c a WiUiam was y fiber students; .who. Conaii? "G ral.
,rei d.wib a o4er *pa..- at Oe airk cslar e l-SlY


=.-n, i ^.m.ber4:t: h pieasip. s of New-Yor whe .enywOIev in a rather se- tack& i tow^i Wed:neday Thuri .da. for, U.S

S eonh SA the-big W ad. there Luia reat Neck, ---

.,- i . .ePaymaster Hdrrfr Ste US -:. Q .:-,,-. .0'--:;0: .. ...,'- -'- ..- . ..'. . -:',,
-.wed .. to. Co mpany Ta.ny .oi. .n A ,..ver. to .t e Ts, o. t.
C- W, -_h' ".. resh1sdd
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.. -- :0.-o- :---r. ,.-:0-,. .-,. ..-- -. ings wpre.. .fer than: ,7 .. 'e.
SApresent i NewT Yok The teme sog e sasl at.Club Tutgeau Thurs
JK.4'month vacati6pare Mr. :'day-evenmg' at, the Mthon 'day afternoon A passionate. ..- ."-' .
,:'; -.rs. Deny Malbranche.. lome was .Fpr they '.are jol- ..tennis game featuring twq, :J. i
:,'.- .---.. ', ly.good fellows. The occa- star payers took ." place. "'
:5. m.-'. .t.-Mr;,!. 'ClarslMel- sion was .a golden ':ne, M-. "Chief of Protocole' poplar i
pandliter sed aa-rp of anf-Mtits Leon :iMathon cele- Daniel Theard 'defeated .weU lI l --
"Siedst attheir hine in Pa- brated- 50 years of good old 'kzown tennis advocate.Ar. A FI l
at.Thursay.eynng. Suip, mavried ;e,.r wras.serd '.ai t 'ausse,> o mond .is next) .. -:.0:-.. ....
.ad a thorou ihly good. time' -:0-- ', Ginete Sendral and m '
as had b all..Ernest Orleft.Thusday ther,
'to study at a'Naval Academy
Briseur and owner of in, tbeU.S. on a special fe- udad Trujillo last week. '
-ne of the Capital most" '.owhi WVhen'Ginette is settled in.
-amous cars (Madaxime Rosa) ip' .....n . school, mother will return'. < I
rcd .otieb..- elebrated Marie 'Lu z Ce Vaugues. -to Port
TIs bithday-feserd.ay. Jun-. daughter of prominent Law- :':
otem Excelsior and .y, vet' Juvigny Vaizgues leayies Bahanas' Jean Elie return-
dcated yesterday's for the States today. ed from a short business trip
m "-- a " ". --:0- to Miami,. Florida on Monn- '
S c. Fterot, known to others day. m -.,.
Sas Raymond Rouzier, one of- ." :0:- C
"' W//// \ .khe city's prominent young .'
., 4. ." dentists, celebrates the anni'- A beautiful .black 1951
|'. versary of his birch today Convertible Cadillac, oupe
C: e--:0:- was presented to President
SA surprise party was held Paul E" Magloire" this week


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St ilINEERS BACK F ROM'
1 YEAR STUDY p* PUER TO RICO


: r. '. .y. pro
tiMr. Arnold Wilson. and' sit Puerto Rico to study pro-
.- ., Maurice Saint Victor,, jects now in progress..
"asiary engineers., have just
S' rtiUred from a Point Four During their year in Puer-
grant of a year's duraiton in to Rico they visited the is-
', Puerto Rico... -' land extensively, took traih-
Both the-engineers spoke ing!courses 'in the University"
S* ighly oif ,their experiences and studied -the water; sys.
'. or. Puerto.Rico and the op-. .'tem specifically, as well as
ptiiuiitias there to study gaining an overall view of
t i,-iobblems of;, inrest,to Hai- the situation if Puerto Rico
..i. They. recommended that' f0om p any points of view.
: ore Haitian technicians-vi- Mr. Arnold Wilson .stated
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that Puerto Rico should be a
pilot country for Point Eour
training for. the following
reasons:
1. fts situation as a mem-
ber of the American
Union..
'2. Its Hispanic cultitre;
characteristic o f t'h e
Central and South Ame-
rican couAtries.
3. Its special and acuto
r' problems which make
Sthie Island the prototype
of the inspfficinptly de-
veloped' coyntrty (small-
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1't u t e h o u. rrani n' more giFd than at PAA.'and Aoairline '., the: o ihtful,
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S : Bt.on th ground and in the air, you
p ,' rly a. 'quarter century 'of experien
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.:'. ' ".Step aboard any PAA Clipper,and you will
-' . .. once-with thh, frienJliness'of your .welcome.. '
flight, .you.,can t ilp' -but'notice- and ap.dreciite,
everyone to..make yqur voyage.memorable. '
.. ,: ... ; ;i ' "* By continually'-tudy ng 'even",the smallest detai
... --.,'-..,,.... ,. riabute so -much to ,more enjoyable ar travel .-..
'.' training program towards epla.ig, not. merely' s
., ":. 'w ers, . Patn American .ha, established service.,
S' .' li every' membg of it S 'ta. f ij" ,ly proud
4o1 M ,- a rug
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I ces, over-population) proving rapidly.
4- The noticeable progress 6. Above .all. as an exam.
realized in the island p -l hfie_ tsiqiof w '
thanks to the establish- ..~.. cu n "~4n
ment of a programme f ihe, Saxn,. sli- 'I the
industrialization, inten- fruitful res i st the
sive ad. fiational,,which -" lcpllaboraton ofa.t&
allow it to pass from .an- ',, bjplwi yth the Ameri-
.agricultural economy tb '. can people. ;.,- '
an industrial one. 7. As 'flagrknte dcmentn '
5.' The general erniz" an evideht rebuttal of
5ion observe& l ioug Amer&tan exCploitation
ono observed ough f Pueto Rico, a belief.:
out the island, which is generally accepted i'
the fruit of less than .aiiaii: aept ri.a
S retn years of effort, fid iervs"as. v
which offers hope "to p orves as a
other countries of im- paganda mm
pagda.

SpqrhfishernMan Gusta-
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ti on, -abu us Gjs-& Pa!.'.
.i .' .lVaa,o; ne of 'the foremd .
Spineers of the. Spearfishi -
S. sprt. of .today, retMred. to
f .~ ,.1. -.. ,., .i i .. ^~'.d -ne iy 'fro a M-
S- mans hohidk, in the4'U.S
Each-day of Gustav' loqn:.
i summers in the States.
Swas, heralded. wi* a fanifar .
ofp ,publi.-H aptpeired oan.
CBS she iff ibb; ickwfj
television ,slh o w:i 1i d.: ,
,.,straing'oq~cupatij .' Thit
show aisot feAtured Ulited .
SSats- best 'Sperfishernai
S-. 'Burne .HodnnesGssG)tawles'
h Scrrptio.i. o hheoKwZs^tZ
,'" ^'ri *.i. "r eve re-DDilggmgttdaee-'.
S :,: ha4catghl the largesti .
..i.'.wi.-... ..6 feet ai.it ,Bob :Dick. ::'
.lixiWe& the ., .o bj ,

'lb. Oiah so .-i .s a g. .e *-,,

*, m. pl4i irectiel, Press -did -'
with Wctif t on I t-P. n "t.
7ipsta :whicai nea ttier1
thlan thr u.im ed e .
.'Saga".-"', .'".... .a..b
papers xbioukghbut .the LS...
a wili 'd nt,&p
p apers'.'Poth ince
Sy rtgsas hisoople a bu st T
note on t i he hur it_.r-
A-.. ness.,.
rid, ax pdenced travelers prai -' '
ch atdd so much enloyfme *"ttd a story wi pocn N p .
ke via PAN 'AMERICAN. did a story'.. with p
. us which will .
, S 600n per s fill 6 news
'II be~efkt from h 600 newspet&'
ce- pleasi Artmles are .'sediled: t
.appearsoon :i -h ,t4e'i.g[ldOw .
be. impressed ,a in g U.S..newsparets on G r'-,
6 ro' s..o tav with,a plug fi6r th
ttIh dgeroess of.' incre spe of: tourist trady
.. .cSaga., frue kull y
l-s w' icl can con--
by directing its A book, the. first.to be
atisfying, passen- .published on"the' liitory o f
Sa tradition ,of ..Ithe sport Eis soon to be print-
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S- ..... .. option thG
S. '. tav.
S.,. -So after his fill of publi-
i. ty and 3Ymonths of talking
and demonstrating' Spear.
.aP.Mf'ishing, Gustav is back t1o-
liis briny playground and'
-,has commenced the .super-
V vision of the building of the'
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S ",. ... ': ". 4 ; . H scents hips s wingidgto the every art ofthe dy
SMr.. and Mrs. Moise Da irited music of a ti jazz the aly age of at least.'
-ar ved from the U.S. Th'rs- iintain band. Mrs. Eric Among the miny
fF. Tippenhauer, a sensible hos- guished ,guests -were:.
S -'. 0 ',tes s-ssted by, her .da. gh-, Magloir. .yrta
V mMra p. Andre de kers Gerda and Elga apd Raymond ,Mali9, V
S of Plantati"n friends,, .made .. sure hat Magloirt Gis l
pleased to -there was abundance o. deli- gitte. Bocal, 5 .
S- rned from cacip aand 'a steady .flow of Mreilleg til
-F voyaging kola, ccas, e nc o hand at: res Scott is-de.
I op and the kIl times duringthe evening cente VT. Saecoz 1
: .'- to sa sify the most strii a ogat, BEdith,.4 -t ..-
-0 atng,gastrononist. IEveJn Ti Farid SAda, br4-- ti P
".'. Mr. Arthi.efield ,f Jacques -herinssoi was: hpp 1r: and. Mi .'
S6 .30 Suny the UNO reti&rned to Haiti P d, well satisfied. There vera MrX ind J t
e /-.enig at 6.30 Sunday last two. Cuban thrsdjay. -. re fe countries in the, Sctt, Mra it..
acqusA-"Cr.an,.n oOf artists Sres.. Jua Jose Sii e I- .world .w h.e r.e youngsters Get ILeoi tt
Mne VAndre Ca an, and Velez and. Tidte Rain-. CHI I'S DAY OF ,dance with such enjoyment. Marieand Ma ei "
k 'ss; ;hislaine .Wilson, BIto arivein port on an CELEBRp. N and style"a o"the" Haitian 3Ja .. ieriso .
4iw eot Mfj V4eV. invitation f the Haitian -' oungsters. This party proy- .DeAf til.:ea g4
': were married."The Goveinment. ag yostha somet ers.are' rardeett '
f.- Ea-ie .. .,,- 0- ..V. ,- o Chili' s c fi ti. .i. ..a. -rigu.s d" Rog n
Cal of oeur Merchant Jari Handal Natioal v Ais Excellen- =ft.e (d'ncs th arenod edoes
i . 1.e- Weddy'lrmd an ey Amb "a offered ilkating t ar the no aD a
&mkroelVo. en;oyable .usi e -s;, ;trip *to aie -- his floor butt.ryihmic coordina; Duvivie, theDsiov
....p of,-"ctizen-. a-. New York' reside t T.o.esda n l "ia has. to do With to nao but 'f. -iJir'.
S "nts ide r e Church to A A ro b: -' . .. ,
V ...'-.p:"the /tSt..,"dt erj thes I&;e O r tredt Aa&t 46 ,-ae hre AVr-- Wk,.srJV).;.:.
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Sil M in ver a e loger. pical downpour which dear
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Classified Advertisements
H' l, Wanted For Rent -For Sale Lost and Found I


.sl ossified advertisements Property at Bussy 80x120
jadueccepted for things want- 2,000 dollars.
.ed- or asw ted; articles for Property at Bourdon 100x
d .* fersosal service; mis- 148 3,000 dollars.
C6 ut eous items, such as Property Ruelle Clermont
: o j weuasdi houses 'for 30x50, '500 dollars.
*": i 4miing- travelling Property at Bizoton 1/4
cows paSos; ideas 'for sale, carreau 300 dollars.
*,. w 'er a ep.ed, advertise- 100 carrea-ix of land in
a::bnof a political nature. the suburbs of Port-au-
r.a 25 per insertion, maxi- Prince suitable for the culti-
\ g~aaf 106 words. valion of sisal (pite) 80. dol-
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Concerning 'thd above see.
Real ,Estate 'Agency Rodor
Trading Cdrporation, Build- i '
Trading Corp6ration, Grand
Rue, next to. .Pharmacy
o Teledmaquem. ,
On enquiricig about any of N
tSES AD PROPER- the aReil Estate bargains at
SR SALE *the Rodor Trading Corpor-
at Bois Verna with p4X ffiteask to, seestheir
it000 dof ags. fine- .modrn ba"dy sewing /
a as .de.Turgeau. machines, they- sell them at
s ,- ', '- ;tastbOdipgl low: price
'at Hait 'd l: .n.o ,,0 .
Mtts.. Jt.":.rt." -Je pin Lexcelentt, condition COOK .SEEKS
tBio. O0 foi. sale; ra. ly pric., O"
Suns Frs class cook, Auiarican!
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