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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
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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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
lccn - sn 95058138
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00054

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,New.. Admeninisa Bids t o u The Fa '. as fi T
.EstaR DIEDERICH ". a.;
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{,".; ; .--, / .whar humours article ..on..' Espcialy ....er the -(Hai-
- -.. RPIJUIIII fore^B, ji Alairi publis ti Sun has lead ije fight .o H~tL has o d.t "

.. te Wi R m .bhed in the Se.tember 24th prevent foreign swindlers tha; is never..med o.
SWiter.-Whita, exec e e ecrion: a Democrati operate in Hait ron a.,Tou- export. ist ...yet j.thy'epA-
secretary of the National As- ioire, chief of the junta and was signed by a writer who rst card. Le iNouvellistet ed this small republiofrien4.
scationo e Advie- President of Haiti. Disturb- quaint' called himself ,(Continued on Page') in all 'coiers of 'the :wi

"menet of Colored P&ople 'ing tufiours' has been heard uFantasion. W'e suggest that is called HOSPITAiI .
feeling skeptical qf recn 'of the jmjisdpanmeit\of num- he had entitled the, article atdIeCttc 7 SieT AndPe 0 c '4te ue h&4
d development, in Haiti, n- bers o political prison ers. (Fantastic. instead. .ihagi h ii'Cfth l uir respnsibl f:
d"rtook a special survey All of: these have been freed. Friday morning .the Un- distributingn a Sgeii ..
there The following letter Other stbris of corruption It is in the first place an der-Secretary Ibf Siatoepf NPib dlbap *by he name &'teJ 4
frep ps 1his reassuring con- and' waste f funds by. Hai- .unwarraired plur upon li iWorks, Mr.,Miichacide di- Fiancis.'1h ete atha.e aet g
ctitons. tians ahd Americanis in con-. Haiti's. now vigilant ""im' rected an inspection 'todr 'of tieasons wy T'db is at hidea'4, h
S----- nection with the recent bi- gration authorities to cha the various'bib fweir'ks in man for"'te hotdl 'tsineWs
To e New York Herald centennial exposition pre- ge that white .swindlers, ex- progress in the 'Port-au-' i Joos, sir gdes and b
Trib e- It sees hard saged finandci and other convicts aid free-bpoters Price areas, whidh included. oves he country -.,. ai' -.
S ibl'e'onls mont problems forithi new adliin- are being allowed td toesca- visifing.-. the asph'alting of bvatriably he does' hat .4i
s tiis tdO i. Fi1 5ow thSese/ and blish residence. in this coun- the moi a rojte to Cap-Hai- -can 'to see awt they 'get aS
so.d o ip i the t' oe of it qruestjon s superimpos- try. And' even more un- tie ,ad-PCa s.. e nde- qpa .,inteL ,
teman eraeirya and the Fspy iM ta
man thiia" jount and tile glai l e' *a.... t

exp ulsibzt Dumasa E anAd isdolatiod are going to &ie blackguards. free reign g, the SJPP andf e P 'res pe tn
S"in o risas s anered i ponied laige o while they fill their pockets In our ne editi wee i ndft above or-a
returning here. at the expense of the Repu-l. present fo the. 'dterest of ce. t hey a'"e 'ure to" -:

She-same piaciiutythe sase Len'gthy and frank'talks blic and despoil Haitian our readers a complete re- a 'ave as fst .friends the t
Sphnomenal ndust-ri usness wit Presdent Magloire, virgins. view with pictures of these hdst .Its hard to' sy i whogeae
,iieasants .e brintgig their members of his Cabipet, But to cite the editors of various public works now the; biggest kick" ot of'i "
. ""shopkeepers, hotel- manage. the two English-Language in progress under the direc- impromptui swimming ,'
i shads Mar sale ing 4 .te w o s dh

eaw og saken the muge ers, taxi drivers, editor, newspapers as examples of tio of the'Adminiistration ping-pong matched
t_ y _P o n .. W elry o r
sprawsingessf etti, e same i Continued on Page 10) suclt perfidy; and insult of President Paul E. Ma- l ;see o e tps.. o ... oage o
Ssiessof getting wh their reading public, is plain gloire. (Continued on gage
l e greets us wherever we i t r. stur- ;
gg Gone even from- mem- foreign Minister erns '
': seems to o beu.the disorder '1' From Sighing Japanese
al i thie demopsrrations for Peae Tresd aty on e Th te 1

'Estimd which 'were' widely

of erlig skpanish newsaer' -of. th el neatesof a um-he hd rengised theatce oaer-aence. et t rig are. A usain0e Laraque, Am
,_ pubieaed so sho rin a time of Representatives of b5 na-
'L ago.n. ions assembled in San Fran-
:" : cisco, California, to sign a
Bu there is' something peace treaty with Japan. The.
''new her6. This. commenta- 1treary which restores Japan
or mwas frankly skeptical of to the family of nations, tw as
discussed and signed in the
Jitournalist Club San Francisco Wiar Memor-
Elects Officers jil Opera House, where the1i
United Nations was found-
The newly formed Jour- ed in 1945.
nalist Club met.a the home Dea n Acheson, n cited
of Mme Emile Brun in Pa- States Secretary of State, was
cot *..Tuesday evening and electedpresident of theCon-
lected its officers. by popu- ference. Percyh C. Spender,
lar 'vote. Elected were: Ambassador of Australia to
President, Felix Morisseau- the United States, was chqs-
Leroy; Seretary, Lucien en vice president.
S.Montas; Treasurer, Claude Delegates of three Co. m-
Jerome; Advisors, 'M m e rlnisr Governments attend-
: "1Emmeline Carries Lemaire ing the Conference the
'and Alcie Edouard. Follow Soviet Union. 'Czechoslova-
ing the election of officers kia, and Poland s vedi.
the journalists joined Mme away from the final session
.Lemaire in the celebration and refused to sign the Three delegates from Haiti are .shown at ,the Veteran's Building, in San Francisco,
of her Spanish newspaper's treated Delegates of Tapan uwere they registered for the Conference., Left to right are Custade Lsraque, Am-
El Alban first anniversary. and of the 48 Nations signed bassador of Haiti to the United States; Jacques N. Lege r, AMinister of Foreign Affair .
(Continued on Page 10) the document. and Franck C. Maglore, Director of Le A atin.

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Government Opens
19 Canteens
And New Schools i

Wednesday noon SIPP re-
leased a press communique (
regarding the school policy
of President Magloire. In an
endeavour to arrive gradual-
Jy at the solution of Haiti's
Education problem, new es-
tablishments will' commence
operation at the opening of
the school session. The fol-
lowing is the text'of the com
S.New Schools

.Commencing Octolier set-
.-etal schools will be opened
'in various towns through-
-'out the Republic. Two large
.Aclhools in 6St. Martin City:
one for boys, the other for
Girls. Af La Saline, one
school for boys and girls bof

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chit 'suburb. Marmelade,
Port-Margot and Gonaives
will have new urban schools
for boys and girls. A boys'
school will be located at
Pestel. In Corail a girl's
school will open. At Port-
au-Prince a new ,odsekeep
ing, school will mmence


The appropriation of
500,000' gourdes granted the
Department of National Edu'
cation will be used for en-
larging and repairing the
following schools :
Enlargeme0tf' '
1) Enlargement of the
Congreganiste boy's school
at St.'Marc; 2) Enlatgement
of the Sisters school of Mira-
goane; 3) Enlargement, of
School Jeap-Marie Guilloux;
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-e4-r n1 fiplobjdtic and Consular Corps, Govbrn ment' officials and friends
of 1 oreigi*Af fairs JaccjuesLikjer' 6n. `s, ariiv.d at Bowen field from
y tht jI & Co4rif ee'cic a San fran0isco. ( 4urnal S Conmyrcev

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the urnal dv Commerce, Mr. Gerard Alen, greets, in the name
ewMinister Jacques Leger onarrial. (Clie ourna duCommerce).

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A view of the assembled-51 nationssn the San Fri.cisco
War Memorial Opera House at :tbi signing. of the.'Jap-
anese peace treaty. .. ,
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With-the.retvrn of Gustav .'Swim-'.fins. aire donned jfo.
.Dalla Valla,, tie piarine clear view, with an att etched.
sightseeing and. Spearfishing device allowing n or 'a
sport commences another. sea breathing. -
son," .' Finny '"Fharacters-'flah1lng
Watching a parade, of ihrough),he. briny by-ways'
the -brillianc-hued, strange .a.'rb4 led by ith bright 'r
fs' hthat ainrbir the 'coral'; ith glass windows igivyeya
reefri '..off Haitis capital, easiYer:. movement.- M. a 's fs
ftrt-au,.Prine s- a .specta- coral fis, whiff ase" l k.
tor sport (point-of-view, from ,eyed.. 'Sounding a'. MiWif:
ones. own body afloat face, notdte e tnte, cherin f i
downward n-:thr6eto fifteen fore 'ipat f O heif bodi a
feet ofwat.a e oelbppe to l bjliantilue, with'ermeri
e5qrtain -vac4tionists iai this aft.' DifviIng tel colors ,:
Crail aii nit~ipo). (C4tinmed on P
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uick and Ea4ito Brush,

Painting is a lot easieF when' you have pmpoto-flown.
'Central paints to.brush on. Their fAe oils give them goirea t'
covering ability, arid high-grade igme ese t ph;a
clear color even under severe weather nd servicesi '" .i,
dilions, Fdgmulas are the product' of latest ,cien ifo:
Sreserch.. ,
T he rare apqld ntral painten l .. 'n
aand vranihsiea fora oil purpa a ".
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SUNDAY. SEPT. 30th 1951

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.I, S4 SEPT. 30th 1951 -' HAIT, SUN*

S(Continued from Page 1) . .
Tisre .ropti.tor Of
Pvisitoir. The proprietor of "ment project. It took
I the St, Francis is one fellow : e tepart of 20 years
W iho reaiy enjoys,,wa.tdEAc roads and bring wa
. others -having a t qcd'tistn '-c iciiy to the mot
I, He Irves ptq play 'the. Wle of tres0 But anyone -wh
apapo -or a young crowd in lolling comfoii
of Port-au-Princans w.h o examining one of.the
stage many a. c'ibombochO' ii b tautiful vist
with tie, aid of Web's' well say that two decade
S-stocked record cabinet. And f rt are wvell ep.id
the wNeliome mat is always Web is.not one,
out, ati the swimming poole his laurels however
Sfor' anyrefugees from .the onstaptly dreaming
heat6 ethe .city.. .young and .plans 'l irove
plans to pnmprove
Ted M ne. d ovear old hotel : addir
.TIegei.C I distributor of cony"and. french' d
:all this fresh -airs scenery was make a room more
Sbornin ..Lort-auPrince 51 ing or" placing ne,
years a'go iut he has a hard' IWEB FRANCIS plants in his arde
otl-d ANJTO'i' Ti -pe 'he -is father's ibffee plant at Pe- the St Vri.i
old enoqgh to .b1e a g-and- aiosville., T e St.nc
father: His. owapere,,, We- Then in '930 he got his has greenn tul i
bere Francis, -Senior, was a otn -bouti4uen, in Port-aui
i- 4gjflE .li et,. htG- PHRife SelliHg glass Ware chids ahd be bea
tdMf-2fthti, t. :th- *i4-o-t did -hi ABt, h* .really pile whe a. gue
b.." ndF iof ,. radialttic i hil b1. 'ttide when he decia a e asins it~d l
oc- blooming ptiht.
.and of Tortue. Young Web ded to branch but into the looming p
got his'diploma at St. Iotil1g tal esOdlt busiitis.i..atnd it The other object
de Gonzague and. set out was 'a itliky tiy fr*E Haiti sure'tb wifi a beam
.determinedly.'to-learn busi- when he niiide'. thAt choice. from the hotel exect
SHes an .hiki flbanhce.He .-o sti6w-3isotS df th Repu- crreybtar old small fi
served 'Otlitie-yiai- stifit eatbh bhlt ...thie Ily -Leli ind the name of Frederick T
at the Bank Of Catiada apd St. rahi.. .VveL1re cai-ved out -...Web's first gr
... tltifh ht Firdi befulre Vi-. 'of tlh& atithgit tvtritoryn Web The, r tothbe 'is h
king over as director of his staked M 7A his ievelop- daughter," Mdrle,-Th

.(Continued from Page 1)
saw fit tp reprpt 'the arti- .true' claims of La Democra-
cle Le Publihclt- -les Corni- tine Be *Haiiti Sufi publis-
mecrds.. sit.i ''preveiu.i' :qi only Haitian news-
d'.tre sur leur :garde, which. '-FaanasioyoQu are. flounde-
appeared in the "Haiti Sunn ring ia a sea of mud if you
August 19th last. thiik people read the ,Hai-
We -will allow the editor i Stiu n because they wish
of th-e Pit-iat-Prince Times !to be snobbish; (don't allow
to make his own rebuttal. any of the youngsters learn-,
In our 'reply to this, this ning English who receive
ridiculous article titles from the "Haiti. Sun' GRATIS
.,the "Grave 'to the Mild, hear you say that), you are
i'we wish to.inform the pu- so wrong. It is printed. in
'blic once -again that' the English because there are
*Haiti Sunn receives -no 'thousands of English speak-.
.pubsidy. from the Haitian king people living in Hai-
government or from a fo- i. who like to be kept ,au
reign state, the expenses of coLlrant" regardingg the p
the newspaper and sala-- news of their friends' and
ries for the Haitian help are neighbours as well as the
met by soliciting advertising country in which they live
It is gratifying to note the For the information of
acknowledgement made by "Fantasio, ,..every world
.Fantasion 'of our. modest capital has a .number of
success in the local newspa- foreign language newspa-
pering field. He goes on to pers to fulfill this cosmo-
say that after a brief exis- nolitan need. And we like
tence we have a circulation T fee that Port-au-Pnce
to equal that of the leading is not lagging behind in the
journals 9f the Capital. march towards progress and
-:0-. culture. Also is it not rather
ridiculous .co 'charge thaT?
In time, the Eaitor hopes Haitian subscribe to the
to have a staff entirely Hai- Hcc-iri Sunn when they are
tian. Incontrast to the un- unable to read it... especial-

to bdild
6 has sat
t -hile
as vill
es of 'ef-
) rest on
rI He is
up new
his 1C
ag a bal-
oors to
w exoti<

)i whet
ditg or
ns ir
stops fot
o0k' at a

that I
of. 'pride
itive is
ry by the
royar Jr
tis -only

ly,. bn Atherie ,'L a' large
variety. do Freiich-tahguiage
newspapers ,to cli&dse from
fie. A f on

the coiplaiiiig ,arttil&it
pqetunitjy. ci tig .
ignore thei HaitaiiA it, of
Iaguag, s..' the fact' that
nearly every educated Hai-
'tian has a souad, readirig
knowledge ..'of Eiglish at
his commandd and enjoys
using-it at every opportu-
aityj. i (
It is a tradition of,journa
lism... dear ~aFantasion...
to have the advertisements
,rinted in the same langua-
ge as the text of the newspa
per and if a Haitian chooses
to subscribe to the "Haiti
Suri, he is very capable in-
deed of understanding what
is in" it. horrible cry of envy dashes
his column to a finish- by de-
claring that the readers of
the "Haiti Sun,, must tVe
equipped with a ,ILexiqAe,?
s1 they 'm.a decipher the
,Ah!-but what is this, the
only advertisement on the
back page of our esteemed.
ccnfrdres journal a few lines,

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Have you a rat control problem? If so please o :
4iunicate with MASSIH & WYNNE, Manufactunrc!
Agents, P.O. Box 694, Port- au-Prince. They will
glad to furnish all details ab out this most effective neji
raticide. :

under said article ...an ad Karl' Taon Golden g
vertisment in English ... leaves tomorrow 'to res.i
but yes-... it reads ... ADDS studies at. Sir Georg
MODERN BEAUTY TO Williams College in Moanr
YOUR HOME ... come in real.
-for a demonstration today! -:0
Friday will be the birth. '
... and what, on page 2 day of Mrs. Maxs Ewald.
an advertisegennt in SPAN- wife of the famous local A&.
ISH. aLes chiens aboient la chitect. /4
caravan passe.n -:0:- 'I

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For Information See AgeniROBERT E. ROY, Expositi on Stand No. 7 P.O. Box 228. Tel. 2167

Page 4 -I, uHAITI SUNn ST4NDAY, SEPT. 30th. 1951

tiJoseph report
b'e CS^^S)

Live Wire

'Owner of Sundial Shoe
Store Guy Claude left Satur-

At two Wednesday after- day on a business trip to Chi-
noon four fire engines ans- cago.
wered a' call in Ave John -:0:-
Brown that proved to be The "grape vine, buzzed
nothing but a' live wire this week with the news of
., charged with 11,000 volts tudwig's promotion to great
broken in half by a falling' heights ... 4,000 feet in fact.
'Canape. branch with one -:0:-
Shalf stretched along a length Elias Noustas is to open
-' of pavement and tAe other his fashionable deluxe night
Ihilf swinging in the air a club restaurant aLePerchoir,
few inches above th& ground. in Bouttilier in the near fu-
S-~JIThe firemen stood guard ture.
Sil' the cudreti was: cut offp -:0:- .
'aiid inimediately the .electric '"Cap, To Have ";
i' eight men set to' work and New Hotel. '
paired the broken, wire, The Nduvelliste reported
l, uckily no harm was done. this week that Cap Haitien
Sis to have a new 24-room
S Today the airport.,.will hotel. The building is to
have among,its usual large be situated on the Bel-Air
-Sunday' crowd of anxious heights anl each of'its 24
travelerss and impatient greet- rooms will have a private
ers Jean Boltwho will bath The hotel will be'
b e there to greet wife Lil- equipped with the most mo-
.: lian and son. Jancy. They derg facilities, and it should
.' re. returning to Jacmel -and have little difficulty in fill-
'home -Mrs. Boltp has been
hoe ... Mrs Bolt has been ing its, rooms when it opens
Sttkhed to the ..NO for isoong for,
last three years,. as th C o i.
".'. -e "l -', ' ward 'tdo ap-rsyerous tours
ctic fut^ ^ ..:^ ,- ^
e:This tFIRE, RE
Pa' ua p oe o4 -
S igsest sugar the The :four fire engines had
ii. western .Hemisphere this no sooner returned to the
i'-ast week. Station Thursday morning
S-_:-;o: ",. from. answering a 10 a.m.
'Old Time visitor to Haiti fire at the home of Madame
:Mrs.. Miriam.Sa ul widow of Mathieu, No. 22 Ruelle Ti-
-. -the late Dr Saul one of New tus which .was caused by
-: Sk's. biggest doctors re- deviation-of electric current
u wned'to, the U.S. Thursday. damages were assessed at.
-.Fnially after returning ihee 35-dollars, when they receiv-
S, or 25 yea6s 'Mrs Saul has. ed another call. This one was
cideided to move down for a little unusual a kerosene
; go. stove ,had exploded in the'
S . home of Auguste Roman on
;: Mrs. -Mussa Talamas ac- Ave du Travail causing 50
:'-s ompanied. by .daughter dollars worth of damage.
Y' .vonne and sob Ddoi. Jose _: 0
iuisae expected .ti. arrive Seen testing eggs recently
Starom' avana Thu rsay at the Majestic Hotel's niew
oW LIBRARYl Y in Petionville was Dr
EW I. BR .. Levitan.of the Service :Pian,
S' i The famous Scientist claims.
aLibrarine..Minerve an 'the best way to test the hen
Iouncegto the .public that fruit is to drop them in the
startingg Monday, September y
.. 4th the new installation of olep. If tey float you "c
-'. he Library' on the Grand' hem up.. an thr them
i- _Lhe (No. 288) between Bou arav ... if thev sink they' are
S. .Marc', 'and De-. edibl. I.EB. If you can,t
ngerie t. Marcd dive
prssiion Bar, will be at your "'
S fiiecei A new selection of -:0: .
School books and articles FRAPPZI
s-uch as those for ist commu- .
S.nion, books on law and juris Tuesday 'morning at 11.40
prudence, books'on high ma- Car No. 895 driven by Mr.
': theinatlcs, physics, chemistry Albert McGuffie injured
*.etc. as well as fictions of the Henri Mevs .a nd Victor
greatest French and Hai- Carre at Turgeau. The vic-
::.tan authors. Visit the Lib- tims were transferred to the
,;y i inerve, 288 Rue Re- Hospital Genera -
itlicsine or Grand Rue. '
17'n' ,

(Continued from Page 2)

4 Enlargement of the Bro-
thers School of Anse a Veau.
1) Repairs of Brothers
School of Jeogane; '2) Re-
pairs, of Brothers' School of
Port de Paix; 3) Repairs of
School of Verbttes; 4) Re-
pairs of School of Ouanamin
the; 5) Repairs of Brothers
School of Cayes; 6) Repairs
of Brothers School of Gde
Riviere du Nord; 7) Repairs
of Brothers of Cap-Haitien.

Rural Teacbing i
Regarding' rural- teaching, RENAULT has 'created sped
8 new schools will open pical climates the COL
their doors in October as fol.
lows: For-Croix des Bou-
quiets, one school at Duvi- 25,000 cars have been exp
vier; -for Gonaives, o ne tion in October at the Sal
school al Bassin; for Cap- Height of Chassis: 3 inch
Haitien, one school al Tou- models
ron; for Dondon, one school Wheels: 750x16 ... Truck
.at Savanette; .for Jeremie, Motors: 4 cylinders
one school at Trous-Bois. Five speeds
Moreover, pursuing the pro- Carry a load of: 800 Kg:
gramme, of improvement 6f Kg: Seven to ten persons
conditions of young school Top tropicalized for cons
children,-His Excellency Pre Suspegsion gregoire: 8, co
sidenr Miigloire; has request- of leaf springs
ed the Department of Na-, Gas consumption: 20 mil
tional Education to open 19 .road '
new canteens iq:,October at
Dufailly' -'eIb .Palis -
norne-Roug -- -erches THE RIGHT CAR' FOR
Catad hatal La- ,, FAST REABL
f"d~h lPailant Morne des
oCniissair.es .- Monbin ,M'
Crochu -- escoff Si-' EILE
bert CGiC -Coq Cazale Distributor
- Lianc6urt Dessoiurce' .
S,- Pernier -- '-onneau
Gressier. ',
., President Paul E. Ma- L'OMBRE de I
gloire, without cfanfaren'pur
sues 'with' patriotism his menace-t- le
work of national regenera '. *
dtior. These new deeds ,ma In. o
show his willingness of work I -'
ing for the welfare of youth-
... the,country's future!

We have had the pleasure-
of receiving ,the Bulletin aLe
Feminisme en MarcHie, de-
'dicated to Mme Alice Ga-
route, .President of the
LFAS, deceased' October 2,
1950. Divided intd two arts
it publishes a report cffthe
National Congress of Wo-
men' and tie activities of the
Women's League of Social
Action for the year 1950-5 1.
Looking over the report of 4
the 2nd Assembly General
, we found .an interesting ar-.
,ticle written by Mlle Mar-.
tha Cattelain, directress of
the, Nurses School,, opening
the Session by making a re-
'suine of the history of the de
veloprent of the nurse pro-
fession and the role she ac-
tually plays not only in' the
cure of diseases but in their
prevention in hospitals, cli-
nics, schools and homes.

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l. s | wonaertnii3 l delicious way of maki ng- s eI pm etn
L, *' m go farther. Slced pineappe, raises ad parsley all do
S.;i f "at in this new recipe. '. "
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,Two slces-smoked ha4 % inch thick (2 podss. V slices pinae-
(: pple, 30 whole cloves, parsley.
'i, res ur: 4 cups soft bread giumbs, W cup raisins, V cup brown
a (q ar, 1 teaspoon dry.mustard, % cup melted butter.
i ix bread crumbs, raisins, sugar and mustard together; pour
butter evenly over mixture. Place one slice of ham in a three-
iuart beat-resistant glass utility dish. Spread dressing lightly
Sd er the slice. Top with second slice of ham. Stick doves in the.
ft around edge. Cut one pineapple slice into wedges to make
'iower petals forthe top of te- ham. Place two pineapple slices,
S -ne on top of the other, in eah corner of the dish. Bake for ope
'hour in moderate oven, 325 degrees.F. Garnish with parsley and
The following recipes wil add something new to your menus
without running up the, iost:
Spanish Potatoes .
Saute 1 tablespoon minced onion, 2 tablespoons chopped green
pepper, and 2:,tablespoons of chopped pimiento in 4 tablespoons of
. a or cooking fat until the mixture is light brown. Now add 2
.ups of cold boiled, ticed potatoes, and % cup of cold cooked ham,
chopped. For seasoning, add % teaspoon of paprika along with
1 te poop of salt. Cook. the mixture until it is heated through.
Hash Pickle Puff Pie
i' -(4 servings)
... 4Of m can corned-beef hash, 2 eggs, % teaspoon alt, freshly
,' md pepper, 2 teaspoons grated onion, 2 tablespoons chopped
': i -,f 'urumber pickles.
S pI ti r.wud-bar .*'a-fl Sa~ b ml thoroughly. Separate
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egg yolks from whites; beat yolks until light. Add yolks to hash .
mixture and season with salt, pepper, onion and pickles. Beatl
egg whites until stiff; fold into hash mixture. Put mixture into
8-inch piepan and bake in hot oven (400 degrees F.) for 20 minutes, I
or until brown. Cut into wedges. Serve with tomato sauce.
Tomato Sauce: In a small saucepan, combine an 8-ounce can
tomato sauce, % teaspoon Worcesteishire sauce and % teaspoon
celery salt. Heat and serve in a sarjall bowL .

Dr. Georges Castera's corn
portable and coeapletely mo.
dern 12 room Maternity cli-
nic is at your service. Thi
up-to-date clinic is located
in the same building as tde
Pharmacy Castera, oppdsig
the Telegraph and Tei.
phone Building. Call 2131.
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A new advandBi conver- the library of 4,000 French
station court* in Jigtsh and and English books. The re- a clear-cut chevron. a
#two new elas;es to be pre- ference collection is particu- Tsh are blue wladies;r
sented iii IYWfth Wrere a- larly complete and the mu- fish are termed ble ladies;
among the IfP"ig at the In- sic library is of course avail- horse fisht black and -
stitut Haifano Americain able for members enjoy- trsed vertical and
when it opened for registra- ment. 'Other cultural activi- white striped vertically and
-ton last uptheir dorsal and ventral fins
tion last Monday, Septem- ties include lectures, discus- ther dorsal and central fis
ber 24th. Mr. James H, sion groups, concerts and e length of the
Cassedy, Director of the In- films. body.underwater habitat
stitute is offering in French The Institute hopes with Ts from the water's sur- .
one liour' courses each in its increased staff to provide face as a collection of omni-
American Music and Ameri- till greater variety in its black patches on the
-can Literature. Mrs. James programmes than ever be- ous b and floor. But the (
Cassedy, a former' teacher in' fore so that the cultural inter ces sand floor. Bt the
both the U.S. and France, is ests of a wider range of indi- patches proe tro be a variety
offering the advanced con- viduals may be satisfied. rple sea fans, and lacya
cous in Epurple sea fans, and lacy.
versation ,course in English. William Prescot brown sea heather.
T h e se announcement ts (Continued from Page ) Long fies of squid passASSEIE DE LA CO
ere m e September 21st an writing in the English by,-'teir huge eyes weirdly BRASSERIE DE LA COURONNE
*- Mi. James R. Echols, Di- language. While his prose set t6 the iear. The armoo- S A.
Steetor of Courses who. added has never the stately rhythm plated'fish carries an incon- /
that special attention would of Macaulay, perhaps not gruous feather duster tail- -
be paidthis year to develop- the ponderous impact of Gib on-a-stem.. What appear to _
ang.courses and programmes boa, it makes easier, more be flowers in bloom on the
Sfon special groups both easily understandable read- coral rocks are sea anemones .
SHaitian-and American. The ing and was faithfully su- that leap to life as the wave .... '
institute is prepared to have .died by later Anierican his. of a hand, and wakie refdge in. . -" -
c. beginning class for young torians who, like Fiske, Mot-. coral castles. .
: ,peleP using graphic 'and ley and Rpes, achieved mem. Spear-gun fishermen find
*iapid learning, techniques orable works. Prescott: targets in abunding macker-
smitable.for a younger age never dull. 'Perhaps hip el, pompano, sea bass aid' i
Group. Otheroffrings avail- near-blindness permitted tb the, yellow tail. . K i' ,i
SJe "on demand include su- his, inivard eye a cleaetr vi- ' '
irvied 'oiktieadig and sion of the past than that al- The dovelt :of a marine'
iama groups b oth lowed .nien., with" perfect riglitseeing ~excursion in Hai-- I
t erich ahd:AEI ng h .h ,erfta ight.. , .
Sp.h. Englis,.h. e pight. : ti adds to the charms, tan-
5iWsses t al-ea .elss Naturally, .ith, the pas- gible -and ih;ang-ble, which .'
e ''4teds sage of almnosi a- centu 'hiv,. fe made the French-speak .
i4:i -, "or new sources, have 'been .ing republic a favorite .of WSCICOI H
W ees 'etc.,) brought to ligt which may tourists, to te West Indies.
lassesi' nFrench at all or may not, confuite certain Quickly krached by Pan Ali-
t ti fo wrists. resident of his interpretations bf the ei'ican "Wborld Airways from I '
deii .ans d'otfers- classic texts of Berna Diaz Miami Or 1*e& York, Haiti
-rl'; ese courses are re all- de Castillo, Bartolom' de'las offers bracing 'highlands cli- t ''
"laAlrein addition tthe regu- Casas and Ga'rgilaso de la mate and outdoor sport
Ssticourses itn English and Vega Inca, but the vaia- rhoderd; hotels, food of un-'
,Sr*ench. 'tions, require but little al[ mistakablv French wizardryf FlAM S S E A C ..
Steration Ina Prescott's work. the friendliness of a cai'efree
;.As usual, members will As this stands, it is as im-. people and''shops which r .
!also hav thei disposal perishable as brass: temjt with sisal and mag6-., ty L. Berminham Re d ua
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Pr- /.. ,
S liam icl ing Pre,
:otit was th6 premost. his
.oian of his 'day in Norti .
tia $ b uflitr^ig t Puz .
loe hlis fate -was no les&t
je t..ti ffact ,may not b -. '
kIne able force .,wasv the t
d "i Af thtt tColde
ia oresc h :,n- ,2-
.pcted. the defence 'of Butn- .
. lrHill and his family had,- a
in all likelihood, fought In- .
diams on the first Thanks- a
'iiMtkDay to be held in the :. s
a~ssachusetts Colony. W P' u
S.,The histotian. was born,"" Wilianm Prescol t
s. was .Nhthaniel. Haw- ..
hdorme, ii.Saleiz .in 1796, I shall embrace the fight of
Sit his 'wa a fit different the Spanish subject.
..!4,hoo- : a n d maturity .,Forthwith he embarked l
a:.n that f e great prose on ,The teign of Ferdinand, c
'siter.: 'Hi fa ler was a .and Isabella,' working. ia (
an of meats,: ~-6rominent 'darkened stud; with a sys- 9
r1 iwer, riE-tiive of a -tem which admirably shows t
Smily of ldng inherited 'te man's \perseverance and s
46:bstance.-". ctirweie few intense devotion to,any sub, t
th&d~ hiad s 'in his life ject which had-engaged his
, (rhich '-iso, profoundly and imdd; A writing appliance
gly, I~ltienced the au-: of the time designed for re-,
'.diof. :^he. SCearlet Let- dordjngs in the curtaining
s customary writf., r s moinvalids, the. nocto-
..I r erf'. giet.d graphic ervd foer:ir --notes-
;ew .Eitsland' school 6f lit- he jotte.-with an ivory sty-
f 1rature he n atriculatdd at lus wh.ie his assistant read
. college young anid was .gra- tu him. his material.;His sen-
'nuated from Harvard at the ences he oid' turn over
Lageof 18, in N814. -Hon.- d 'kikd M he
rs" went\with2 his degree c-l1f i d in-t gf a as
: but a -tragedy .which was to ( pages of matter fr fting.
'.affect hiw-whole- lif htarred did. reforming hit Vrose as
,his'-college diys. A crust- of' he .walked or was ifl# on
'btead thtiown during some his daily Ek16 .
undergraduatee horseplay at iThe l teig of .erdinand
:'oG&abns ifjured d and nd IWiaU'ta, appearing in
tdallj paralyzed the sight of 1829 l gihgh't him, still in,
one eye, a fact sufficiently his early 'thirties, .instant
Sdismaying to any but a des- fame. Five years later, when
'- cendaqt of.the old iron Puri- after Washington Irving had
-'"tan stock. graciously withdrawn from
,Despite this injry he im- the field of the same subject,
Smediately entered his fa- he published "The Conquest
their'ss law firm and almost .of Mexico" he had no peer
'as immediately vas warned in the English speaking
That if he would preserve his world as an historian save
eyesight he must retire from Thomas Babington, Lord
.iay strenuous form of life. Macaulay.
Possibly here a good lawyer Never given to leisure and
'was lost to the Common-- with the passionate resent-
-wealth. Unquestionably a ment of the nearly blind for
great historian was gained anything remotely resemb-
:for the Americas. '" ling idle thought, he had al-
S He went, for a time, idto so, between 1829 and 1834,
:'delusion and his first pub- made an abridgment of the
lished work' was a paper oh "Reignn, published a leng-
: cByr~Ai's Letters on P'pe, thv essay on Cervantes and
:which appeared in 1821. ii even meditated a life of Mo-
i: the North Ametitain fev!e'w. liere. but the Spanish field
: Light metal compared ~iith was his vineyard. So. truly
,what was t& come. f lessed -was this now recognized
v. with inherited wealth he throughout the world that
:: could affowd to rest on his in 1845 he was elected a
ears until the spirit fioved member of the Institute of
7: him and it, was not until France 'in the seat of the
'X 1826 that he noted in a let. lately dead Spanish historian
S-ter to a friend Ia think that Navarrete, and became a

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SUNDAY, SEPT. 30th 1951

A year' later ,he broke' pargnei Ie safi.g des lfr- liutnaniariiafi e ece.i .is'. ..-.
ground foi the:seco~it of his nies. / J'ai toiiours .eu uiur struttbris .to is nnBir
great Ihistories the. aCon- principele pardon des offen- wer6 to: t~at1-1:
1uestrof Peru,. Its publica-' ses, p0or premiersentiment;' ifih humn iti' a&ti'b:
ion was heralded, by simul- L'humanit6.,, i I ami only 'a4 lt a
as o us Ytranslations in, cEven with my greatest, he said, "'but' weke j hbe
trench, Spanish, German enemies, I have .never devi- guilty. of inhqtppia4j,
mid Dutch, bu 'while this ated from the rules of fair should fd;,I b-ad. tidti~'
Was gratifying, .Prescott was plfyi;. -and if I did very- 'the ho)noU-'f .iof myLii
already failing. His eyesight thing-in my power to win,' By.fin 1i.
low yielded' 4'im scarcely always tried as far as'I was '7'
mything but blurs, yet in. able to soften the horrors of. Editor's note: Tblids's e;i
pite of this he. determined war, and to avoid bloodshed. first, of a series of .articles
pon .an even vgster task, It has always been my prin- on PFM0.j S LAST ,. .,S,'
hat, of writing the fiistory ciple'to:' pardon offenders, by famous people: '.eitide
of Philip the Second. because of my sympathy for witW' Hitiaii hi'i'd 'C
humanity.: tribution a ti ',S4f.S .
Like. pancroft who at a will be gdl.~fi #
ater dal recorded the' Tbhese'famous last words wvhether'in EnglistSi,,Si$
hrodnicies of the .Pacific were .uttered by TOUS- of French. For.. .b mol t
Coast, Prescott was now bef- S AINT LOUVERTURE, interesting contrib"ti duii
fierdd with pleas that he en-. Haiti's Libe4oati,;' oh Nov- tig the ia6t1pf h fl
gage a ivhole. corps of as- eibler -24, 1801. ,. scripiton fthe u'afl*
iistants and he' accepted, in f6dSinif :Lu eit a will be do'fl U1et
this word, the brilliant aid st' l' boy who learned to f. .
of Don Pascual de Gayan,: ral aid;..write whefihe was ',-"'t .>
gos, Professor of,Arabic at, well. past forty yeLbs old,,
the Uniyersity of Nadrid. aIS :'i 'in Hliti (then
So great: was his fame in -kno wr 'i s .Saist-1binigue)
Spaii that flhe uxhearcf-of ii 1743. 'When tbe negkro-
privilege of s e & rc h i .g slaves revolted _against ,the
through the manlsctipts pre cduelty'of their French mas-
served in the iuntitent rers, Toussaint was drawn
roof.is', of .1W aat, Spanish itib-" the' rbtelliont He emerg-
Families s a it accorded. ed'frdii' th war as' gteral
him but is genius, Now han' ind cominriid of the French
dicapped by' physical weak- Artmy, restored 'order, and
ness, forbade the apprecia- dvew up a coditiitdtion"which.
tion of neatly. anything ex- enraged Napoleon. He would
cept the.completion of what save the colo6y for ,France,
he k'new would be his last on condition that slaver), be
.book. a. btlished. The arrival of a
fleet of seventy vessels in
In' 1858-he suffered a 1802 commanded by Gen-
stroke which scarcely inter- eral,Leclerc, was Napoleon's ,
rupted his labours but a year reply. Toussaint was oblig- PLUCKY PAINTEiR-Pri ; f
later second apoplexy kill- ed to surreddcer and agreed tookett,. N.H.,. is lb',ye
Gilbert Frovencher whose o
ed him. to an armistice. The French, man art show won showers:
however, still feqring.Tous- praise from New.Yito k cri
ictim o ap auto a ilt-vok
Any evaluation of Pres- saint's influence, deported lefthishanand le~d
cott gs an historian Must him to ,a prison ini. France provencher paints tfreg'i ee
take into account the fact where he died on April 27, daairwith a brush
that he practically riever saw 1803. Shortly afterwards, -~~ L -
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was hns oniy tiurary, s.ocv-
,ed.of course by the material
collected by his assistant,
but he had never had the
good fortune to be able to
frequent shelves in great
collections and at first hand
gather the pertinent odds
and ends of history. That
this never marred his achieve
ment save perhaps to an ex-
tent which possibly orly he
realized is proof of his ge-
In his clear-giasp of fact,
his extraordinary faculty for
selection and synthesis and
vivid narrative he has never,
been surpassed by an histor-
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Famous Last W0
cAves mes plus gtands two other Nel
eiinemis, je ne me sf fJamiais Christophe and, l isliti-i
cart* des r6gles de' ie jfls- took up. arms ft h o' '
tice;. et si j'ai employ 'ius ion- of slavery, ,fii; ed:t*."e
les moye qui &taiedt en final surrender ofdf tb nic.x
mon p? je paedr'aiiere, and on Jahuattyh., eIA theW!
Royal, I ai A =he "" -t 41.l Haitians proclaii'd .Beir-
etait ed a6ff It dou.cir es ipa iene. h' '
horrefis A l'a Aefr, k Toi ai~ imt had anm puit.l

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wMh. tThe telephone number of the I trarC- "MN

r t Has been changed to EMIENHU
68 187 MALTED F SAK,.5
Please call to reserve tables for our IT' J_1A
Tuesday.and Friday Dinner Dances 'oY T .

September 16th, from 6 to 8 5AfoDW1C S 5
Qt OnTHURSDAYS and SUNDAY beginning a 'COFFE. -'E
PLACES TO EJT with Ernest Lamy at the Piano ^

S NOTICE --- 5,000 Feel -

i. ,:L Refuge closed) Hotl is undergoing exten-
Vsito. clients, and friends sive reconditionig. work). Almost A Mile Above Sea-Level
o; .are ereby notified that Rest assured -the manage- Yet Only 35 Leisurely M tes from Town
-:., te is close for the ment will, advise you jn due 35 Les, ts m
ipt0esBwL1ike. (this mountain time of the re-opening date CHATELET DES FLEDIS :
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Aq: FISH DINNER Distictive Place To Dine and Lodge
Sfi -hdinners for breeding ponds:. When they I member
Hli d --- minnows to be-. are larger. the, carp will. be COCKTAILS IN COOL KEN
Sending fathers of released iiim.rs and lakes.
'coloy -o tre being to reproduce ad& provide a Caslo n l
,to AIt c ea- welcome aditi on t the, Ha.i --.. ,- fa
a ieicn ta diet. ' au- nc
'p-- t io~riisiyog t p Jane:r .# -
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.. tobeft rversity of 1 Mia ti's Ma.- LUXR .:-,. 'LB REAND -VOUS, i
byaonsorr.b, i..rD MIarory. -Ie .recalls O ,C
aions and the that he pii0formed a similar 'ST .
i ern ent...r service in ienfuegos, Cua.. 'I.:676:
A0- i" pm"t on 3ars a "e aPAA
"cans, e, con- ikorsky o -t lip flew a "
5ifihgerlings caro of .bladc basis fiager-
jdi podSs 't l oigstp Barranquilla, Colom
4 ie dmi bler sengers, a .board. Pan A;p, ,'
ti will:folllaow. can's cargoo Clippers, mostly AT .T, ,:
ttwi d er tropical, fish 'from- Southl' .. ,iI4 codL Pet ed e
s feitian goti-o' Ambca gong to New.York PO Al, PIN ligtl ho i
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MASz ; r 3 rk 1951 HAITI SUNS Pae9
e, .'Twas a year ago yester- Merchant Moise Chalon Thursday evening a lsgi',/ .-
S .. day that, celebrated Maestro. return to Brooklyn Thurs- group of : Teen-ages close '
Issa Saieh stepped 4own day after spending a week the school holidays witli
'.....'" 'i JSB frQm the Choucounne band 'here conferring, with his big par tat the. President's
stand and slipped into per- sons. residence in Laboul6e. 10 ':-
manent retirement. He has ---0:--- Magloire childi~tactedlhoists
Seen ilevo g pa of his and hostesses. :'
S.etirement to the making Thursday at noon Mme :-- -
6'- --.' "'. i "? l of recordings that are fast Charles Fombrun, wife of Wishes for a prompt
.I. miakiog Haiti popular the President of the, Senate,. covery of Miss ies Cassanma.
"-,* .' : r .- ? I '" ,among music -lovers the accompanied by her daugh- -or formerly ith" ,Blan-; .4;
Bill Dier nuniber one. Last night there was a big world over. ter Mireil, left by. plane for chissere Ji;imy .
ainar visitor to Haiti bro- farewell abambochew at the -:0:- Paris, via Havana, Mexico -- -- :'
S'lstep and,returned to Port McCuffie, home. ,.It was a Marine replaceren no.5 and New York: Mrs. 'Fom-'
--i. week ihtrodicing him- istag, affair ... no women is due to.arrive in Boudori brun will join in New York,
;':. as a bi-annual visitor. ... all of Jacque's palsdrop- this weekend from Was- her husband, Me. Charles
-ffin'truth hid taken' a ped in to wish himn -Bon hington D,C. via Mexico. Fdmbrun, who is a member
-"erry trip to Paris and other Voyagt ... as he islevingI :0:- bon'boyiwaSbo:Deleg" ':ation to the
"o" oti'n Europe but it was for' France .Monday. ,The Ofia in household Session of the UNO t. Palisr. A bonny bo '.as o.. n
:. dsamde as. Port-au-Pince .. -:0:- rejoiced last weekend with aillbt ar and Mrs. Serge Asdy m broisen v to
eaand Mrs. Serge Ambroise atj i
a"yway how could one pos.,, Many happy returns to the return from almost their home'i:0a',. ....,
.sibly fall in'love with Pais Denis Roy. who celebrates three month in New York The Secretary of State of Ambroise,'. the fornime i
's you..love; bathing as much her fte in New York this of Peggy and daughter National Education, Mr?. Fe- lote Toussaiimtfirom Cp i
Sa" Bill, ani ordinary b.th not coding Wednesday. Ricky.. It was a vacation for li Diambois,rretuned Turs' tie announed this 'we -l
e. '" ing..the Anselme .'.`t WI,
ting the price of "soap ;-:0:-" Ricky Who admits that an- day at 2.00 p.m. from Mexico end that tiley 'have nal'
..reports ,tost 90 cents. Jea, Pierre Anselme on otherr month, in New York where he' represented. the their son Patki c
I it staying two weeks at his .retan Thursday .from 2 ad she' would 'have lost 'Haitiai Government at. the -
he Hotel Riviera.' months of va ataioning in her, delightful Creole accent Cultural Council of. Afiiet- Lieutenant' Alex PIksu i;i
,i .n. ,,s .more. t .o. New York with his father, for mother it was a change cas. 'received. third ao'f or
SfThere doe tha. n oan pamted .a glowing picture e of scenery and ...work ..... -:0:- his -prospetive o foftb llg ...
-,ason fr the celebrating of a good tme. television and, leading ma- .teams. last week-end Th'
I" t' Senator jies. home..in -0-. gazines, modeling. Raoul Berne flew to Paris Pasqoet's ew boy tBrnard'.
:Pcot 'Tiesday evening .... Home from three months -:0:- yesterday, on holidays will 'ike a ; fineic'
-mrs Jessie Bou'card the for- in Paris and two weeks. in i. ays. f ri butic o'
S.ier Jesse, .djdo celebrated. New. York is Mrs. Camille ,.La Paludrine, man Ro- -:0:.. ccn.ribtdt n o ,. ,
Sthe anniversary of her birth Lherisson. Mrs. Lherikson bert 'Day, back in town on -A welcome guest to Haiti The strangest occupation
-and ....it wa-little daughter -was greeted on arrival Fri- a three-week 'research visit this past week was M. this week .- "-as the newly
S egiqe's schristehing.party.' day by her family, relatives has' -teen noted this past -ThaddeusHyatt of, the Air o.aid Jerry Trans or. ,
,and a large gropof friends week working overtime and Marine. Travel Servic, tion Company. Theranspo ,
Last night..in Petionville; -:- cotfering 'i th Medical a. U.S.. Travel. 'Agency tha and pull big RolleIs ,i .
a' large group of friends*' Tomorrow'Marie Therese men aibbout his. company's has sent. mo' e pers s to Babiole to 'BizQ ~ ,. h
gathered at th home of T Scott celebrates ihe anniver- .,(Imper emica Ltd,) Haii the paste s than best: i is.e is;et i& -
"kterilatieredi '4 Ld. ) Haiti hlempo& 2: j*8',tlan blesc tiFie',
nge i.: Leg an&i celebra2". '" eGodU
eorge I ia cebr sary1 of'hqr birt-.c..... pharmacutic products. anjy otl-etTi-vel Ageiy. 40 rihuresiGOdd I
ied the birthday of Mrs Ti 0:- He's too serious- Mr. Hyatt stopped .oer for your new entreprise; :.
S 'orge. .At eight'tomorrow in the .. -10 .. one day at the Ibo Lele. -:0- -
S : -0:-. :.: evening at Cabane Chou- Ti Daniel, son of Post-
C.. rmihg, Miss .Yanic cone a group of Officers .master General GeoiLges Roy, -- :.
t lorville celebrated her will clebrite 20 years of returned to school'in Phili- 'I- R efrs* A,
..'first birthdiiy last Monday. Army service. -"A- strictly delphia this week. I, Kl.. A d
S-:0:- formal 'affair, His Excellen- -:0:- r -
S It. and. Ms. Fritz Leon cy the President and Ma-. There wa a genuine sur- est To The ,
-celebrated their first wed- dame Magloire will attend. praise patty at the hoe of L L H our
first wed.TRADEMR Tprise pa82ty at the home of
ing anniversary this- week: :0:- Lt. and Max Buteau in Ca-
i end. Mr. George Rippley 6 e g
:0:- believe it or not of Plan- fap Jean Bueau and his
MrsM. Andre de Coppett of Tation' Dauphin is flying to bride-to-be Maryse Occenade: A
' --the PJantatian Dauphin is Miami tomorrow: Amongst the .surprise con-' -
Amongst the surprise com-,
S .oiqg:.up to New York on -:0:- ittee were Dr. and Mrs.
mittee were Dr. and Mrs.
.Tesday. ic Lampson, Firestone Fred Rigaud, Lt. ti Pouce. '
Today it's Brigdier Gen- Manager, spent the better Elie.'and wife Yanic, Me.
i: Today its Briadier Gen- part of this week at,St. Mi- Charles Dalencourt and sis-
era Antoine Levelt's birth- chel de L'Attalage, Senator ter Carmen,. Engineer Jean
S.- day: Dejoie's plantation, Clesco and Marcel Martin,
Mrs. Gustave Borno the LEslie Bogat acknowledg- .:'
'former Therese Laroche cele ed his birthday Friday even- Mrs. Nancy Knobel took
rated her birthday 'anniver- ing... the PAA clipper yesterday
.sary last' evening at her ho- -:0:- afternoon ..bound for the
me in Bizoton. Minister Luc Fouche went U.S.
to Washington Thursday. :0:
Belladere woke up last
Mr. and Mrs. Rene Au- night and will remain alive
dain returned from-their over the week-end in cele-
stay in the U.S. on the 25th. rating its annual F&Ce. Most
:0:- of the persons participating
Harry Bentley arrived in the celebrating are Port-
back in town Tuesday. au-Princians.

REG.TRADE MARK famouss since 4862 a a. ,-, m .
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hotels in the world. The

:'Continued from Page 1) Choucoune serves the most
farmers, and as many others of Haiti. Such a plan for delectable Creole food we
a time allowed give a reas- the next five years is now have ever tasted. There is
airing picture of what lies being debated by the Sen- need of a large, air-condi-
ahead in this exciting and ate, part of *which is already tioned hotel in Port-au-
'beautiful country whose fate in operation so far as new Prince itself to accommodate
is more important to the se- roads, irrigation and hous- the growing number of tour-
curity of the United States ing are involved. Haiti wants ists who, once having been
than most Americans realize, and desperately need outside here, return again and again.
Public. works of an incredi- capital for such develop- Such an investment could
ble^amount, considering the ment. But it is not waiting. pay handsome returns.
meager amount of money It is going ahead with such *
available to the government, resources as it now posses- Haiti has made many mis-
have been completed or start ses. rakes in the. past such as
ed 4uriri the last half year. granting concessions for her
We were conducted over The second objective is bauxite and other minerals
Ithe almost finished new road disabusing the minds of out- for which ; she receives pit-
to Furty which will open siddis aid Haitians that to tances for not developing
much hithilto inaccessible do business in Haiti one such potential assets. Too
land for raising sisal, coffee, must pay sizable sums in many of tief citizens spef4d
66ocoa, lenion grass -for esseft- graft. Unfortunately, there their money in expensive
trial oils, and long-statle has been basis for stich be- and non-productive enter-
cotton. Construction has been liefs. Not all but far too prises such as homes or salt
started on 300 miles of new many Americans who have it away in banks. A proud
roads from' Port-au-Prince come here willing to bribe and sensitive people, whose
to Cap Haitien, and from and far too many. Haitian fight for freedom resulted in
Port-au-Prince to Aux Cayes politicians to be bought. France being forced to sell
at a cost of eight million dol resident Magloire voiced the Lduisiana Territory and
Jars which will materially grim determination to stamp materially helped to make
facilitate movement of pio- out this practice both t o- the iited States what it is
ducts to. domestic and for- cleanse Haiti's reputation tdaay. faiti, was deeplI
eiga mnirkets. Near the air- and to provide guaranties to wounded by President Tru-
pt here the final touches sound investment capital man's recent unfortunate ad-
on the new St. Martin hous- from other nations. Haiti is mission at a press conference
ing project for workers, the one of the two Latin-Ameri- that he had appointed a new.
firt of tifteeh to be erected, can countries with the high- ambassador here but did not
are being made to provide' est credit ratthg. President remember -his name.
ter for. seyenty families. Magloire is det&Mihed to
--snrinig, Alcide Due- fiiprobive that standing. Fresh Btt President Magloiire
a.l engineer in charge of forioQ Washinondr's scandals and his admiAistration seem-
~ iy i i ggngs\ter tie, five ed deterniited tb reii6on-
INI; ~ ieloP ,.det the state flitt a military junta
S 'ith psionated zeal Rech;struction Finarnce Cbr- need n6t meah military dic-
i the' priae which wiU, portion, and the dope trf- tatorship. le has rdhced
Sb fr agric.l- hed as Aeian te cost of .the military bY
4. *570' ;144,000" acres, two--. diizens a similar zest for in- iotW of n ilderstande
I- thri t ~t' them very fertile tegkity could spread to the n rullo of ie
a:' tithe:l i 'itider godd Yor neigkIouii'ig Domihican Re
Y-S . .. United Sttes. ; public that although neither
': '-, 6 Although there is no he nor ain other Haitian
.But .significant .though dokibt, a great deal of money will ever forget the butchery
: these.-m trial gains ate, they was astd o the recent ex-. of 15,000 Haitians in 1937
Share fit as baiic in' the opin- position, a steady and grw- at the border between the
Slo. f of President Magloire ifig return, on that invest- two countries/ Should Haiti
.. .the correction of certain ment is being received from succeed in establishing a
>, il, s which h have done Haiti the tourist trade. Although sound economy, and a stable
cadilclVMble harm. First of this isthe off-seaso most of regime it will contribute.
: tese tithe lack of a long- the hotels are filled..El Ran- enormously to peace in the
Mge plin to insure continue eho, located in cool Petion'- troubled Caribbean where,
".ty of development of the ville, iso0ne of the host As elsewhere in.\the -world,
natural t' d human'resources beautiful and modern Smnall Communists fish in every'
Spuddle of troubled water.
S' There is. no sounder inhvest- ,
Sent which the United States
government or enlightened,
unselfish private capital can
make, than they' can find
right herp.

oIItz U 0 c7,
0 H t ta iblil lbw cali!

SW t the Hest for the ~iLeat? t'het here's .your answer-
:,: BS Bantaix a b'rtish :buit compi pt& Iotorcycle, *ith
f. ..u;f-es galore affiatidit- t aulides which tfiiid, it a teal
-' 1 out. It s stnr dl 6epElHlble hndsomite.
iR', ANGB tO.T tt .Q N TbOAY
'F^ :;. V'ALLES and Ia
., ;.d Ru' o"osite Haii ot'.ors

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(Continued from Page I)'
Among those who attended
the f&te.of. ,El'Alban were
members of the 'Diplomatic,
nrd Consular Corps of the
Latin -- Americai .countries,
and members of the Chaim-
bet of Commerce.



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-*Iht's how timo.siMds ef
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Sdescribe their flights.

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'5 its aerfhb Iime&SHiffuliue. 1Md4 gerdll
bfuy dellh of ywer flight rdfledi early i
sf o~ nr fex perience In 'rving dismcrid alin
Svdi, we world over.
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Daily, non-asto service from San Juan bydeluxe Com.
Sstellaon-type Cli"ppers*. Reduce 15-Day Round-
STrp E'cuision Fares now in 4h it,.. alo new, Ib.
I T rist rates. Convenient connectlms from Ndw York
tb Panis, Rome-]eading European cities.

SDafly fights by s\vift 'Convair-type Clippers v ia
Kingston, Montego Bay, Camagucy. Also regular non-
.stop service. Connecting airlines serve all U.S.cities.

*Cidad trujillo.anSam Jua
Daily Convair lights convenint depathi&i' tii.es.
SAlso regular services to principal Caribbean citi'.

Near East
Regular Rights from New York by double-decl4ke
S"Strato' Clippers to Beirut. Also Constellation services
to Istanbul, Basra-and completely around the world.
You can now "fly PAA" almost any-
where... in fact, to 83 countries and
colonies on all six.c6ntinents
For reservations, see your Travel Agent or


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Maie herese Pierre left
Yesterday .afternoon for Pa-
d pcdris.
: F -:0:-
.Eric Tippenharter and Sena
North on the fourth.'

., iTomorrow's plane will
S. to W)hington Fran-

7.. .

S6been granted a stay bf exe- Geraid sBazelas .cele. docked ie i
ton... packed the. kids brated the annive rsary of. hiS rs a we Mr
., to 'an this. Alre. Ro were 0= W er.P ippe Aarc i
'Aff to school this'week afted bitth las Saturdeay at. his .ge. T reiiry
givh senate W.. itt s no arews .home s e tetlvilte daughters .ePatricia and Marie
,th debate .... is no es borne in Petinvillew ... Irene, rehimng from sever-
that AI has taken to' eating crowd of friettds anvd .,rea-, i..e. month- t
'.ar"ed ol-fasio .....- at eresdmg-.monrhs i thela
Sa axwr bla e sandwihes; in ives. r. ", e o
SA r "ie e. o .... States. Huby and fatherr,

,; etr iao ^suppiedC ae ethe -
., -a eBig Talama faily re Captn A and the Tes-
S 'A- 'o'ke king Senor union for today a----.lrne and ot.i, ere -o hand.
D uhiguez -wAith tJe Sugar dine to observe titShibly's to welccpme them.
com ne Tjn hid South left. birthday ... and to celebrate cquei b assi is fy -
...Sa"g ice i .. b ti'a- sec ', ""a.," .r ,r years f cquext: +S assitnu is fly-
.n ,Ite 2 30 flight to Came- Mr. and Mrs. eorwes Til- ,.. ,
,:guey We anesday. amas's 5th wedding anniver- ing o Ne 'k on the 4th
.. .. r:0- sary.
a ranhd Unda Allen were. :-. Wep .r.P. lnip aelin
C.'l d giis : l 1 a lunclion &e that M,.;, Robeit Bads ,iseaing t .4thisday- for
given at 4a.:otel 'Des Carl2 san has started the building :the4 .S&, .. .1
i's this (eG!k: They were of twelve, additional rooms ---:0:-
.reated to a "pecially pre- to' his po plar Ibo ilel He Haiti, Ge l iEectric
pd -old-fashioned f a i- tel. d.. ma Valerio Canez 'played
lian ine, .i; iiudaing .the --:0:"-' this week to Carlo -Do-
.tditional rice and beans.,. Jacques .Lerehbiru with riSingpez, one oif Geheral.
three piece Hiitian'.,r- \thanks to his ma't friends- Electrics top :iotchi,air con-
,'est supplied added at-, espec the itaff .'-of the ditioding lexpte t
mohpbere, -and everybody "itia,- Anierit ~Institute 0:- .
-seeted to be havitbga good' a~d r J im;y. Pli board- iedid student Je n Du-
S-1 This.:-tel i' beom- d? e'ithe plane. lijs .eek vivier's birthdakr anniversary'
Lig increasingly 'poipf t .l o spronfot ei years o iMlo ) edit Saturda~y.
tde intimate luncheon'aid Issdy at the. West Virginia :0:-
i aterioon cocktail groups.. State College: C i iMoy Hugart badly% in
'. -:0:"- .. .. ---: : :.. need of-a vacation", he ad--
.Yakg Gusle: rilledrouin .;:Mry -..itesimmons who mits, is heading for:.tfe U.S.
-amf1-back to Port Tues ly. hsi, Ibeen: Haid' for -the and a month of 'taking it
-:0:'---. ' "ias- a~.q.yeaps isstopping at easy this"We nesday.
Perry .Young Shada fly- th6 Ibb Letle hi wek peedd-, --:0:-
oy returned o Port Tues- lng her: deiFarture for the 'Miss Camelle Sicard ar-
d ay! afterea short trip to tae U.S. and then'her new post rived home from two years
'States. in SwPterland. at school in the U.S. Mon-
Brother Francois Hemery astat ig t
f St Louis de Gozague ast atuday night other:
-was no sleep for Bob Kobler-
-we it to New York yester- wa .or Bob Ko.le Mrs: Rosalie Anderson
f PA ... a a Sday flew home to Florida Friday
morning' the reward'.arrived
.," in the form of, a 734 pound
Mrs. Copeland is':in Port baby; boy- Mother is -the Serge Lespinasse flew' off
-this: week.' visiting w.i.th, former Andree (Doudou) St. to Canada on a two rijonth
..r. Friends. Felix of Cap Haitien.. vacation trip Friday.

C'est pourquoidans le monde enter,
P ",. do .plus forts -tonnages sent tran sports

e sur pnous poids lords Goodyear que sur
pn eus 00 ute01 autre marque
Les entrepreneurs decamionnage et deaen ices kilointrique tout en assuraut le meilleur
d'autobus savent que les pneus poids lourds service qi'on puisee attendre de pneus poids
Goody ar fo~t prewz:e- d'un maximum de lords. Four un maximum d'avantages-
longevitz et d'un ima'numude i-edee aent achetez des pneus poids lourds Goodvear!


Sof Beautiful' -

Try CAMAY Soap Bath. . for all-bvq ba Ty ..

t CAMAYIS pild,I aundant latherif leaves y

skin so clean and fresh --- and just tduch'd with' a
delicate, flower-like fra grange. I

wholesale Distrib tor in Haiti <

of Bea7u. .fly *1":


\t'.g" htful hospitality have h-ade PAA the "first choice" I
h.itenaiIonal airline with travelers the world' ove. t' v

rDaily, non-stop service from San Juan by deluxe Con-
stellaion-type Clippers Reduced, 15-Day, Roun
Tnp Excursion fares now in effect also new,
T s tourist rates. -
Sam .
"' f-l i D ..... .

Daily flights by swift, Convair-type Clipper ".
stop service. Connecting. airlines serve all U.S. 'ci
LCudad Trujillo-Sn Jusi
Ao regular services to principal Cim o e
S ;. .Europe
11 1 1Ne 1

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Classified Advertisements
Help Wanted For Rent -For Sale Lost and Found

Classified' advertisement
are accepted for things want
ed or uMaanted; articles fo
sale; personal service; mis
cellaneous items, such a
jobs wasted; houses fo
rent; tutoring; travelling
companions; ideas for sate
n ot aeepted, advertise
ments of a political nature
Rate 25c per insertion, maxi
mnurof 10 words.

a' H6u6 at Bois Verna with
court ,00 dollars. -
Souse at Bas'de Turgeau
s5.000 dollars.
ous "it HIt- de :iHuue
.9,OQo dotars.
S Hr se'at Bois Verna 7,000
S. Property at Bussy 80x120
2,000 doars..
Sbgty at BRourdon 100x

5:,00 ,dollars,
p. uaity Biztbhn .1/4
S300 :db fars.
S 0 i ct: x of land in
n *uibs. of Port-au-
; since iaitable for, the culti-
f;. atodf sal (pite) 80 dol-
; ts lper carreau. -

a tion Cncerp-
ingBeal Esiate see -
SGrand Rue
S ext o Pharihacie

S .
i Sten.-dacityoi (Francais: -
S Ags exp ri'mne t&, et
l-t *bonnes- connaissaa-
:, cesin % hgnal, therche uh
! epi -t xiiipr parrie de la
Sjou rsap mnid de pre-
f6rerce 'dans une maison do
boqnne 'rnomm'e. P r i e r'e
S d'adresser 'tour offie a Boite
,Postaie .')3; i appelei par
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SExperienced French I Eng-
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.** 6w is- th e tI ---
:naw Is t h i ne

to SEW for


s ish, seeks appointment wit]
0- reputable firm for part tim
r job, preferably in the after
- noon. Communications ma
s be addressed to Box 936 o
r by telephone 5792.
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SPan American World-Air
Sways is pleased to inform
Commerce and the Public it
General that all receiving
and shipping operations of
Clipper Cargo will be han
died at Bowen Field effec-
tive October 1st 1951.
Clipoer Cargo Clients are
advised that these new faci-
lities at Bowen Field have
been provided to facilitate
the expeditions handling ol
incoming and outgoing ship
- mants. - .
September 25th, .1951.

tar kpbd

A brand new 'E's'e al-
most' completed will be rea-
dy for rent at the middle of
next W4eek. House &hunters
may Visit and inspect the
housp beeminnig tomorrow.
Contact the "iHaiti Suhi for
further infobfation.

Sunday's Journal
Of Commerce

'We have learned with in-
terest that ourr distinguished
confreres and friends Allen
and Baussan, ro-founders of
the "Journal du Commerpe"
expect to publish. a special
Cindav P dr;tonfSo their news
nswor which will be richly
;llustrated.Q Or roagratu-
lationis to 'the dynamic mer-
harits Allen and Baussan.

More Flowers

Chatelet des IFeurs has
purchased the Contran Rou-
zier -troperrt' In Mahotiere
(the TfirIaind' area to you)
,nd it will be devoted to
'the production of sea-level
"rbDicat cut flowers and fo-
liage for export.


MOUN". men" *


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Of Children Shoes
For Boys and Girls

Tlhe Best Quallyr Cement at

, the Lowest possible cos
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Port-au-Prince Tel : 2387


Textile -Avenue caie sud-
denly to life Thursday morn
.ing (10 a.h.) at the cry of
,"barre vol6n,. Meichants felt
their pockets and double
checked \their safe deposits
as a siecttcular chase took
place. AAn unidentified lad
entered the retail store of
Jean Baboun and snatched
six pairs of white under-
pants. He managed to gel
to the street before the pants.
were missed and'the chorus
of cries pierced the lazy
morning air;.

The thief sacrificed the';
pants for freedom, dropping
them' outside a wholesale
store half-way down the
street. The alert police pa-
trol wagon caught up wpithk
the ,Vol,, in, the Ep;osition:
grounds and'\within 15 mi'i-
utes of the crime, being com-
mitted ,tie police had the
young Snatcher pick-up the
pants from the pavement and
return them to their right-
ful owner. -It was discover-
ed after holding the lad in
custody for teti minutes that
he had secreted in his mouth
... a watch. The time was
10.30 a-m. and Textile Ave-
nue resumed a brisk morn.
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