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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."
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Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
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S. THE HAITIAN ENGLISH$ LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
S"OLUME I Port-au-Prince Hiti. SUNDAY, NOVEMB


Ambassador Travers Presents His Activities of Hi
SeLettres de Crance To President 'of Cooperation

Mr. Ioward, k.' Travers, tary band played, the 'nation- During.th& hbonth of Octo
*,ew United States Aihas;sa- at anthems of both 'America ber,- -te National. Hitian
,dor to Haiti. presented his and Haiti. AmbassadorLTra- COnniTsioon ..of"Cooperation
es de Creante to His verss accompanied. by Mr. with UNESCO held two sit-
eilenqy ..0 President Paul, (ContiNued,. ow Prge 12). tings whih wdolld have
.f Magloire Tuesday niing --- "-- ben very interesting if all
at, the Natio ,Palalace. Minister Diamuhois the members had. responded
. 'The.presentation was sur- Returns, FraoB New. orki the A nmods.f theExecu
Arpunded by -the usual t-adi Minister of Edcation Mr. 'tve..ureau, Unhappily there
.tiod .ceremony-and military Felix Dambois relied seems to be an inconceivable'
rlendor. .:. Thurs Ayarnoo,.t. N.,f indifference .m the minds
;-,piendor*...;.. .. ; Thursdayt- non from New:,oe-"i .... emer .. -..
iAt..,a.m. the Chf,du York'where e hasbeen ofte nm rs.
Jotiole arived.at the Am- ,cuiperating these past weeks Be that- as it may, the last
4, . and (ac.- .fm a .serious o rtalton. reunon of the Aepresentati,
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"The new American, Ambassador, Afr. Howard Travers, conversing vith iHis Excel -
leArcy the president of the Republic Paul B. Magloire during the ceremony or remit-
S"l of letters of credence, a the Grand Salon Diplomatique: liche SIPP. '
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aitian Commis

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mission and reinforced-its par .
Iticip'tion in all the enter-
prises and programs of
"UNESCO..-
Let's remember that the
'govemnmedrt junta provided
a program for the. Commis-
pion which, by. thle efforts "d
its member, w should 'ehabl ,
it to siL., its task of -being
a- liaison group .be een
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bie is e T' ror td. lNo #tt ir oolh a pt. cou-s

fo itt or tan ii -lis iothe w Mrs.
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'is, esk f ,o ". -," otheo H a. mr oo s avo .t u rn e
Trida C go New ork tiently merLe heated
this year's record. Not thPat t ooth in a. .reco. ,is a, M
have aprsotian tPtac' to'be i hisareer i .n
all of then; but I.metlennd .t "y
spoke with. more than a Teeth, it se tried tfascl.
few. c' te ated young Qarlo as much,, ".
rubew ,lbos O a owners r in -. ... ,. -

ida, New York atintly while he attend
ri Chicago, New York s .
knd Paris. In Paris,' Mr. Syl- school at St.' Louis de Gon. ,
vera attended the' Asta's an- zbue snd 'Porr-au-Priin
nual conference, where-most ColleTe. hen With a
of America's tourist bosess of delight, be' hurried to en-
rubbed elbows and discussed roll in classes with the Den-'-
WASHIhe development of the tour- other foult our years 'dvan
ist industry. isthidi es. on Carlo, favourite
In Chicago El Ran.cho's subject merely 1 whetted his
owner visited Col. McCor- nannetite. With his' Port-au-
(Cowdlneuied on MPae r). Prince Dental degree_ in one
(C o0... Fivued o n Pg hand,' and a prized fellow-
,lship from the Guggedl4einm
Local Men Studyr' undation in the other,
Social Insurance voqng' Di. Mevs. set out for
Programs in U.S. New York in 1946. for a'n-
'WASHINGTON, O c't o- other foir 'years of advancedl
ber 30.- Five Haitian soci- ,(Con..i.ed 0 Page 2)


oiogissU an e uciaiiors, Jin
.the United States for three
months to study, social in-
surance, are concluding ob-
.servations this month of in-
surance plans in New York
and Ohio. Tley arrived in
Washington September J0th
add until October 1'st were
conferring here with offici--
als of the Socal Securiity Ad-
ministration and Bureau of
(Contimued on 'Page 10)


Escaped Convict Shot i
Back in February there
was a spectacular escape of
20 convicts from a police'
truck within sight of thq
main gate of the prison. It
happened that 30 convyic
were being transported fr i.,.
police headquarters to th
Penitentiary National When
ihey suddenly seized their,
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SUITS in 24 hou4s cost .................... $15.90 up
SHIRTS in 2 hours cost ........................... $2.00



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Trip Excursion fares now in effect.. also new,. lo
:tourist rates. .

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g.' on,Moniego Bay, Camaguey.' -e non-
stop service. onnecn ig airlinesserve .S. cities. .
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training at the Guggenhimn
Clinic, the largest in tm.
United Spates.
He pp".ciaia,4 ,i Oral
Sutgery during Wis first two
years, thea speech another
year in operative dentistry.
iHis ltm year, Caute worked
as one of ,the supervisors di-
frecting the work of 100 in-
terns from all over 'the
world. Among other things
he had a ring-side seat dut-
'ing the development of one
of the major discoveries in
the field of preventive den-
tistry. For six .months he
rolled from pne end of New
York's huge public school
system- to the other ... part
of a mobile dental unit'paint
ing the teeth of thousands of
small moppets with Sodium
Fluoride. Three months lat-
er the dental team would re-
turd to the schools to check
whether the chemical- had
decreased the rate of tooth
decay. It had ... and the ex-
periment now is a part of
dental history, just as So-
dium Fluoride is a part of
the equipment of a modern
dental office.

Carlo's romance with Inol-
ars didn't even break down
duiting summer vacation'...
when young men's fancies
have traditionally tu-ned in
another direction. In .the
summer of '48, young Drn
'Mevs paid a visit to Havana'
on an invitation from a
group of Cuban dentists.
'The following summer he
stayed in Manhattatio t take
a course in Oral Surgery at
the University of New York.'
He did play hqokey 'on week
ends with aquickiez trips to
Canada, where he found
Montreal a somewhat larger
edition in looks, of Pprt-au-
Prince.
In 1950, Carlo returned to
Haiti, acclimated his 200
pounds by two months of
solid loafing, and then open-
id a, new.dental clinic at the
General Hospital.
aIt's a clinic that any city
in the word would be ptoud
to have,," 'keMtned a. famous
oral surgee.,. from :,Chicago.
(Dr. M. Giles) who looked
over its modern facilities
during a vsit,'to Haiti last
month. ,
In fact the clinic 'has the
finest oral. eqiepi t:eat ati-
able ... and is proof of the
interest the npw administra-.
tion of Presideht t IKlbire
'Is taking i mn roving the
health of, hbe Haitian peo-
ple. Patients from the far
corners of the Republic can
n6ow, receive the iame expert
triatmtent given. patients in
the largest clinic in the Uni-
ted States.


And along about the end
qo this month, Mr. Mevs will
realize another long-time
drofli ... the opening of his
own wsede dental clinic on
tiw ChepaW des Dalles,
access te street, from Dr.
'Thebaud. I will 'include
two air-conditioned operat-
ing rooms, a laboratory, corn
plete with assigant, a recep-


,ARMOURn Is Proud To
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THE FINEST QUALITY
AVAILABLE AT ALL
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(Painting is a lot iaer when Jlhves iu n th winfg
Central paints to brush oa. 'th grive ive r then grat
covering ability, and hig iatrds p assure efras,
clear color even under sever eilt r,and serves con-
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tion room and a good-look-
ing nurse. Everything avail- :
able to the dental field today |
will be available at the Mevs,.
Clinic.,
And here's one more
small word of comfort we -
might add the Doctor
will be able to murmur sooth
ing words to his patientsin..
(Continued on Page 12)



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T Adiviles O Th Haiti an (a specialist foi the. pr.pr ,F'Details'
iOo Cooperaton wi ago n of materials ba See :CO.... OMMEDIATELY
continue fro g education, a cialist for


ment oneh ndet- -a .."ti,,ke over -the dim-
Siweera iSCOaad .p'u- L lol t Pon'- monitors of a- Fa .
The national Comiss country an unequivocal ep o h d the ii ary in. f' tre. ,.







~~~~~presid~ over by M.wLeon manner. .i h .onsanEx a wti pd k.P linosPeside
al d located the At the first io Oca sho biography ASA mentioned

"dAvenue Marie Jeanne i- erteHata Cn 't oor ship ud include Haii
j the UNESCO publication et P sr Pal f r i witht e its r of.cal.tmad
ons, gves inflation on Jaume, hief of the Technical Interniona o Sylvera's during .s visit ention 'the ship ,
zaons and corresponds regu C to Haii The Professor, Sylvera-with the m ie in ,Mrs..Sylvera who retur ,'
SPas, the regional bureau fined the character of his establishment of a national ibbean trip, thirst parof vacation thes. p,a ..
Havana and he other missin to commission programof basic eduaion is which is -dv oted .to Haiti months in Europe wa j.,





atinal co issns.. The bers. It is important tokeep the< principal end of the The Colonel asked that it be invaluable .booster ofthe l
ecuive Bureadoesthis in mid that Professor au- mission. From Marbial, we hown to President Ma al. arts and cafts,
very modest resources, yet me and the expertswho re the experiment is now gloire, th u'rsm of her own design-
t n. I f
Sis already classed in the iill work under his direc- being carried out under the here, before being, returned w entirely Haiti.n. s



ar s Headquarters as one to are here as advisors to eyes of a world audience, cen to Chicago where i t is to be Now that the visitors
Sbureaus which con th Department of National ters of basic education will ow o newspaper on teir way we must
sc usly fills the role of Education and that it is spread throughout ti he south, and travel agents ready to receive the e -
iot-post for the foreign re- let to the Haitian Govern- the west and the enire Mr. Sylvera took time ovt wanti them. to spend inoney ,

aons section of thESCO. me o ut recommenda- republic if the Haitian 'ov- from his supplying exhaus-. in the hotels, in the stores
It would be extremely re. tions into practice. '. ernment is willing The tive information and folders on thle. txi-cabs arid s




able for members t of the For the first time in Hai. interesting aspects of such a on Haiti to travel agents, to 1woney, icdhU arsd that r
cmnsssi onto lose r interest ti, the efforts of several sp e-, progarm are imr ediately have a try at jnducis'g CruisO vuate :.l,.c.hemy..




Sthe activities which can cialized institutions of the evident. Popular education JThen eve "inducement -
I4' profitable to the country. U-N will be carried out h is a subject a conscientious ie t h part ofenticement, a dhed!seshouldp
moreover, having been cho- th rough a team. This team Haitian is not able to ignores .program cannotgive tpecta- be given to them to spenw t
very m est resornmenturc s, y illt m cl and the experts chiwho re the experiment it is nowe-cular restuts in a small their money here, instead o
.s..ready -classed in the Will 'work under hs direc- being carried out' Under the here, before being yr'eturiied was entirely Haitien...
aris ral a association, the tion are whereas advisors to three cessary to take into cen to hicago here it is to e Nowama tat, B ermuda, visitrinidad
te bureaus which conl- other Dexpert of UNESCO r action the fact theducation such a (howe Mat 31st Octobnewspaper or Nassau.ir way wemust e:
sdenit6usly fills, the role: of Education' and that it .is .spread throughout the south, 'and travel agents. ready to receive then w.,








Is' Leadwely 'Luxuh' iousr@ rc te; W.
t-post or th Ine foreign re- let to the Hitian Govern- the west and theo. 7 P.Mr. Sylvera ook ime ot th2167 to spend none
nations section of UNESCO. meant -to put recommenda- republic if the- Hagtian 'Gov- from his supplying exhaus- in the hotels, in the stores;
N It wold be extremely, ref- tions into practice. ernent is willing. The tive information and folders. .on the'.tax-cabs and s" S':
table for members of 'the For the first time in Ha-. interesting.aspects of such a on Haiti to travel agents, 'to Money, &dUlars,-3 that U:
ibpinm asslen to Ieosinestry th6 efforts of several spe-t, progarm 'are immediately have a try. atinduing Cruse. vplua- e. ...tipi:r cohemy..
the activities 'which can cialized institutions of the evident. Popular education Then eet'ii'.: idbement --
pr9fitable to thrill b carried out is a subject a conscieniou' .:enticement, "idel!-shoui"
Nreover,,having been cho- 'through "a team. this t'tam Haitian is not able to ignore..program cannot give srcta be kien ,to them tO-spend'
On by the government or by iill include, besides its chief But at the same time it is die- 'cular resultss in a small their money here, insteadi O
culturall associations, they who is already here, three cessary to take into consider: amount -9f time. Jaxmaica, Bermuda, Trinidad-
ave accepted the job of col- other uexpeits of UNESCO ration .the fact that such a ("Le MittinD 31st October) or Nassau.



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New Charge d'Affaires

U jse ph -pot f .Aigeptina, . a C 011SY 50 days before Sl I
u, D14el p ,.011 Ina ,
S . ,the . .. He
whbWa' appoifwent' t ak S... s"
,mfti p s att 'h eAtg;,tw it whf
tiaa Chancetry wa a s A,
noutt f recently, the Atge. :
Pierre DecaYrel' ad a NSU` tfndtrS and weai their' ways. tiitami G6erninent ht'd- c '-
motorcycle parted on the The most remarkable faze gatedDr. Alberto P. A , -
Kenscoff road this, week. of the .aliv into spaCen was ro to, rilace hl. DI. DAvte-
There was little or no. dam- the manner n which big Ro- ro arjtved in Port-a-Prince. '
age to the motor-bike- but bert Ze-ffny got the car back last.month. '
Pierre suffered from loss of on the .road. -Withesses say -:0
*kin on the legs and'damag-' that with the help 'of no, e
ed pride.. ' mot', iain twb .'dozen per- New Canad sei Center .
-:0:- 'sobs he -Baked. the cap up, Mr. 'Louis ;SaintuLaurent, .
Drthe-.ln Diets the step grade and onto the Prime Minister of Canada, to "
Dr. Marcer Autret, French r e gan, in nextto gather with His Excellency . .
Nutrition specialist with the %oe. ; .0 'Presidetf PuL., E. agoir df t or fl i g'f l.-
,- (Food Agri LclturalOr. 0 0s andithe Right Honi Maurce . -
n ization of pe United Na- .w nS S ,b DuksSis, were elected. Ho-' '. "' I
S 'ions) left Thuisday after TpBche! px ,, norary ,Presidents of the .

IRepublic. )r. Autret who .- r -a.; M.ady for e Th-. a.e. o" ,t h e .w ' -' .
neds i I h at th s a 4 s
.. pupils aSeded f"' "." al. io Vic tCr fe r-E a
S- st fam df.ends liM fo .r staff member. . .
Pastor Institute for a num-. ,
ler of 3 tis ". presented fhis.e l ar, e- e o at e -.r ." '- .- --
t a caidrOieir last i-Quebec ;Vice Presidents aew! alt-
g.to the Government McLw td affinermirdy'wk o .. de M"' t ro S.. '' J*at direct or.. .. "
before condo-ti g -his fa.critdh .d'td 1 -t 4 '0 d'ir dor".o ..o.."bsNa.a s
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Sg i the cups to, champions Excel- Leogane. '.: Distributors in Haiti--TRANS-WORLD TRADING CO. .
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requiring a. perfect article at the lowest prices that it cam
honestly be supplied, to correspond with the description
given it thenmthis is the Store that can .best serve'you. -
S. Our Business has been built up entirely by- recommen-
,dation and we want yPur confidence .because, that' .will
Mean the patronage of you and your friend s!.
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Tie*4 Filet Mignon lb.: $064 Boneless pork
SSirlooiesteka .......... 0.60
.Ptortterouso .steak ... 0.60' VEAL
Sidoin rodst ......... 0.45 Veal Cutlet......
I -Rolled rib roast ...... 0.35 Veal Chpp, .....
*. Standing rib roast ... 0.35 Veal Roast ......
SRound steak ...... 0.50 T-Bone Sleak ...
- *Chuck steak ........ 0-30 Liver ............
- Pot roaSt ........... 0.30 Breast ...........
R -Xt 'romt ............ 0.30 Tongue earth )
Shqr r s .....: ........ 0.30 Kidney '(each) ..
St ef............ 0.28 Brains (each) ...
SBrket. ................ 0.29 DELICATt
-S otp bpYIe ............ 06, DELICATE.
Chpped ear ........ 0.2 Head Cheese .
IC- l er 0.28 Ham
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Totge (each) ........ 0.60 Pork sausage ...
B'r y (each) ......... 0.12 Smoked pig's ki
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first floor, has' a wide variety, of gifts' .edme in' daid
See for your self- .

GUT BARREYRE
114 :Re Dants .Destouches
Phone 3394 _


Castera's Malernity

Clinic .


Dr. Georges Casterd's corn
fortable and completely mo-
dern 12 toom Maternity cli-
hic is at your service; This
up-to-date clinic is located
in the same building as the
Pharmacy Castera, opposite
the Telegraph and Tele-
phone Building. Call 2131.
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The Firestone Tire and Rubber Company in Akron, State
of Ohio, is one of many industrial organizations in the
United States that have converted plant facilities to
armament Prodpcfton\with unprecedented speed.
A 90-millimeter tank cannon was shipped to the United
States Army Ordnance Corps only 97 working days after
the tools for its mnaufacture were received in Akron.
This 400-ton hydraulic press is used to straighten special
alloy tube forgings which warp during machining opera-
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BACKGROUND ON FOUR-POWER PROPOSAL TO
EGYPT AND BRITISK PLAN ON SUDAN


UNITED NATIONS 1951 .


The Governments of the
united States, the United
Kingdom, Francet.and Tur-
key have put forward p'ropo.
'sals to the Egyptian Govern.
ment .under which Egypt
would become. a founder
member and i equal- partner
in a joint organization for
the preservation of the se-
curity of Egypt and its inter-
national waterway, the Suez
Canal. Simultaneously, the
nritish Goveorment has put
forward its proposals for the
f4tdr;O ,of the Anilno-Fop-.


instrument of a single gov-
ernment's policy in Egypt
since they would owe their
allegiance' to a defense or-
ganizatiop in which Egypt
herself was'a full partner.
Among other fundamental
differences between the pro-
posed arrangements .and
those of the 1936 Treaty
are:-

Egypt would have direct
and continuous responsibil-
ity together with the other
Powers in the Middle East


as well as to the United
Kingdom for her require-
ments, and it would be pos-
sible for her needs to be,
created on a par with other
countries cooperating in a
common defense effort of the
Western world.

THE SUDAN

Britain is bound to safe-
guard the Sudanese right to
free self-determination in
due course. Sudanese' poli-
i'l ai develonrment has al-


7 a Sudah, which Egypt is Command in settling the ready reached a stage where
opposing I unilaterally to number and nature of troops it would be impracticable,
take &ver. Official circles in to be stationed on her tetri- even if the .British Govern-
London this afternoon made tory-. ment so wished, to impose
Whese-comments: ."She-would p cite l- arrangements which were
S1the in of the not acceptable to the Su-
LONDON (by cable) Oc- ly in t.runnin of the not eabmselves. The Su-Egyp
base. danese themselves. The Egyp
tobee 16.'--The Four-Power tian proposals announced by
proposals place Egypt on a The British Government the gyptiai Priime Minister,
basis of .genuine partnership e,it clear that they agree on October 8, do not appear
vwith the.other Powers con- m i l t the are. to fulfil the condition that
Wf therrwd i n-f t principle to .the superses-
cerned in the defense ofth si n of the 1936 Treaty. the Sudanese shall be free to
SMiddle East, say informedob Steps to make this effective determine their future status
'servers. -Not only would e taken as soon as and ultinsate relationship
Egyptcould be taken as stoon asw
S gypt have a high .position he new arrangements had wth Egypt.
of authority and responsibil- come fully into operation Britain has,. made serious
ify in"the command 1ut she
i *ould have equal sdy with s apd had been endorsed',by Wfforts tosedu'e Egptian co-
i he e alw s ith suitable inter overmental operation in the/ develop-
Se agreements. In the mean- ment of democratic institu.
rg aonof the base and ne, as far as Britain's own tions in the Sudan. Britain'
S.its immedate defenses, position.in Egypt is concern- made a notable ekort in
Th. ed, Britaii will 'adhere .to 1948 but the Egyptians re-
S Tahe proposals dispose .the 1936 Treaty. fused to cooperate and tHfus'
Soac d fra theEgyp- missed an important oppor-
Stiant charge-.that: a' foreign Facilitres f9r the training ,tunity 6f taking a hand in
.. military bausq o-fn her" terri- and, equipment of the gyp- the political Evolutfon of the
t7i story is an aoctupation.. The dan forces w dld be made count-.
base is to be formally hand- available, to 'the. Egyptian
a! dyver to Egypt on the un- Government by any of the The Sudanese are a *sep-
,iderstandmg that it becomes participating Powers in a rate community fifth a rap-
San Allied base. Any foreign. position to do sqo. Egypt. idly developing national coni
forces remaining on Egyp- would be able to look to the sciousness. The'British Gov-'
tian soil could no longer pos, industrial gesourc es of. ernment is, not pre-disposed
si4'ably be represented as the France and. the United States' to any-partic`ilar solution of
.: the question of the Sudan's
"POP Irrneur Wi lualITy;. ultimate, status. '-
Finest Flavor..e -
ask a' /or

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L (sin A Glace National, S. A. THE ACAO TRADJ


The United Nations gives
first place in its economic
programme to helping "un-
der developed" countries
with the skills and knowl-
edge they need for rapid eco-
nomic .advancement. Nearly
every Member country with
low living standards, has
sought and received help in
devising, carryiltg "out or
operating economic develop-
ment projects. Experts in
fields ranging from sur-
vey of resources' to hydro-
electric projects, from cot-
,tage industries to public ad-
ministration have, ,been
sent out to gi&e skilled 'guid-
ance. And hundreds of stu-
dents and- technicians from
1the uider-developed coun-
tries have been granted Uni-
ted Nations scholarships and
fellowships for study abroad.
Training centres, conferen-
ces and seminars have been
organized from time to time
to spread economic know-
how through exchanges of
experience. All this work is
being done by thb United
Nations itself, by the'special-
C -


ized agencies, and through
an- expanded ,-co-operative-
programme of.-technical as-
sistance.
The United .Nations has
exhaustively studied, ways of-
financing economic develop-
ment. Its expert committees
and commissions have map-.
ped out what nkeds to be-
done by the advanced coun-
tries, by international organic
zations and the under-devel-
oped countries themselves,
to marshal- the capital and
equipment needed.
The interests and probbL
lems of Europe, of Latinr
America, and or Asia and"
the Far East are being dealt
with by three economic com-
missions serving these re-
gions.
The. Economic Commis-
sion for Asia 'and the Fart
East .has produced studies
and given advice on develop-
ing trade and industry iS&
Asia and the Far East. It
has helped in devising plant
to promote trade through
tourist traffic and ith m ni-
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ASSIGNMENT TO HAITI .-,


r Assignment to Haitin, (a
special repot'by Edward P.-
,wan, prepared under the
general supervision of Cal-
frert L. Dedrick Coordinator
international Statistics and
Published: by the U. S. De-
:partment of Commerce Bu-
reau of the Census, Wash-
ington, D.C.,) arrived here
i Haiti this week.

It is a summary report
hat sets forth in chronologi-
cal order the various phases
consultant Edward Swan's.
assignment to Haiti, includ-
ing 'the preliminary survey
of local conditions, prepara-
/ion for the census, experi-
nental. censuses, enumera-
nion of the population, anid
bulation of'results. -


Washington. Most of -the
,trainees, have now return-'
ed to their respective, coun-
tries and are actively engag-
red in census and other statis-
tical operations..


The second phase of thl
technical assistance, p r o-
gramme has been. the special
consultation service made
available to foreign gdvern-
ments by staff consultants
ofithe Census Bureau and
,other agencies. These cori,
sultans include geographers,
economists, and statisticians
who. are proficieptin one or
more .foreign languages and
,who are otherwise qualified
to. assist foreign` 'technicians
in the solution of their cen-
sus problems.' -


Here is Calvert L. Ded- In April 1948, the Depart-
ick's Foreword of this Spe- ment of State-received a for-
cial Report: mal request.from the-Repub1
In preparation for the lic of Haiti for technical as-
:1950 Cisuis of the Americas distance in. panning and pre-
,the first, hemisphere cen- paring for:its first complete
isus in history, several census.. The Bureau-of the
aew 'dofn&flii6it&Stii tes iisus propIthat at
i-overnment,. including the. Frenchtspeaking member of
Bureau of the Census, the its staff, Mr.. E4ward P.'
National Office of Vital, Sta- Sw*an, 'be assigned to 'Haiti
stisics,' tieBureau of LAbor as. a consultant for an initial
Statistics, the Bureau of Agri period: of nine-months. .This'
Fciltural Economics; and the proposal .was accepted- by
Office of'Business Economics the Haitian Government and
have undertaken a special -Mr; Swan-arrived in.Port-au-
programme of technical as- Prince on August 2,. 1948.'
ifstance-to 'the other Ameri- He remained in' Haiti until
an nations. This programme April 1949, at which time
originally >carried 'out under the treparatory.work on the-
the Interdepartmental Com- 1950 Census was well under
mittee on Scientific and Cal- way. At the request of the
al Cooperation- of the De- Haitian Government, he re-
artment of State and later turned to Port-au-Prince in
continued under the Point September 1949 and worked
Four Technical Cooperation with Haitian officials until
Srogramm.e, is two-fold in the census was taken and the
is apphicatiin. fist count of the population
;.-- "' was completed. The Consul-
The first phase of this pro- tant returned, to Washington
gramme, the training of for- in November 1950.
ign technicians in census The census programme in
jtethods and general statis- Haiti -presents an.excellent -
tics, was started with a illustration of the Point Fourk
group of sixteen students in philosophy in .practice, a -co-
Eune 1947. Since that date ordinated plan, including:
approximately 150 statisti- (1) the.training. of. foreign- na
ins from the other American 'tionals in the United States,
publics have received train (21 technical assistance in -
g at the Census Bureau in the foreign country by Uni-
12. ____- - .9-


United Nations
.1951.
(Continued fiom Page 6)


ted, States consultants, a
(3) the successful contain
tion of the programme
the foreign government af
it bad been determined ti
technical assistance is
longer required.,


and The semi-annual Outdoor At Show ,opened recently aS
ua- Washington Square 'in New Yo City. T h e exhibit,
by staged by New York artists, utilizes s tr e e t sidewalks,
After house- facades and fences as display cases for the paint,
hat wings.
no In the photograph,' an artist (lef) watches as two pro-
spective, customers -admire her work-


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MAGAZINES '-Are Now On Sale at All


BOOK STORES!


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=HAITI SUN


keting of handicrafts; given
advice on iron and steel pro-
duction; and, through a spe-
cial Bureau, guided several
countries on food control.
The Economic Commis-
sion fdr- Latin America has
conducted many valuable
studies to heljt Latin Ameri-
can countries expand their'
trade with Europe, improve
the output qf their cotton tex
tile industries, increase their
supply of educational and
scientific materials prepare
and carry out economic deve-
lopment programs, mee ,
food and agricultural -pro-
blems and improve exports
.t, the United States.

The Economic Commis-
(sion for Europe has made"
special efforts in the past
year to keep steel production
at maximum levels through
improved collection of scrap.
It has worked out ways to
meet coal anid coke shorta-
ges, It has helped develop tra
de between Eastern and Wes-
tern Europe, and made good
progress, in prontting fast,
safe and dependable road,
transportation for passen-
gers and goods.

The United Nations has,
in its first. six years, built a
unique storehouse of statis-
cal information on econo-
mic matters. It has become
the world centre for global
economic research. Its nume-
rous studies analyse the ma-.
.jor international economic
Problems and provide the
knowledge necessary for wi-
se planning and effective ac-
tion.
j


, At his home in Washington, D.C., Richard W. Dempsey
displays one of his pictures, painted during a recent trip-
to Haiti. Examining the picture is EfifSuel Lda, of
Port-au-Prince, q translatorr at the Pan American Union;
in Washington- The three)Aictures on the wall are also
painted from Haitian scenes.
R. Dempsey, an employee of the United States Govern-,
ment ia Washington, war invited to visit thi island for,
six weeks this summer,'tio pant his impressions' of 'Ha-
tian life. He complete 23 n' paintings, which were ex*-
;hibited at the Centre d'Art, *- Port-au-Prince. 'R. Demp- *-
sey, who has had his work ex hited in a nrmb'er of US.
cities, will hold a one-man dfGu. of the Haitian' paint-
ings in Washington this fall. Cliche (USIE)

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The Ditifctive Place To Dine and Lodge

Remember '
*COCKTAILS IN COOL KENSCOFPP'


ST.By ,. Grant ; these lilies from Haiti, stated
that similar flowers ar e
<',Few people in Haiti kn6w fouid only in one other
Sof, or have visited, the .place, Papatia, a small island
Valley dA -la ctudre, 'situat- off the coast of Java.
ed near tfie'- then end of We hIve heard that Ather
-Wortie a. Sfle. .'In this val- ton Lee of the Chatelet des
w .je of the spran- Fleurs, intends to export
st reits' i? the world i-- .these lilies if he can make
kandtStent lilies, wfiich gloMw the necessary arrangements
.with a weiid gieetrish blue wit the owne* of the val-
ligIht in. the dark. ley.
T Piuring October 1949, .E
mime of these flower ere Is INDICATED
b on exhibition at tlie Museum To Os...... Bra......
S.'f Natural History in De- 0. B. oh be obedient
". dtr.i,, Mich., U.S.A. Accord- To nature's stern.d4crees.
g pgto the Detroin News Star For tho you be
f~. Ot; 9, 1949, Rolert John- But one 0. B.
S.- 66- the well ko wn botanist You now are too obese.
a; and explojer, WEo brought Ano
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t ed for Cocktail, Dinner Parties Banquets ,


Modern poets are much
addicted to free verse. It is
easier than rhyming. Here is
a sample of iine, in the
manner 6f Ezra Pound. '.

OPUS NO. 4bx.

Caq you imagine '
M. Talamas
Dancing naked in the moon-
light,
On the. Champs de Mars
At midnight.

I cannot. /
M. Talamas
Is a serious, hardworking
man
Who minds his business.
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statically .controlled valves
open, allowing the tanEs to
empty. hezi cleaded and
sterilized, the machine is
ready for another batch.

Friends of Philomene are
trying to obtain for hii i.
sciolarship from the Haitian
-American Institutd so that
he may continue his studies
'abroad. ,
.. .
TO NICOLE
As I-sit;'so quietly sewig. -
Comes the night, .as twilight
go5s.
HR rf and soul within me
.glowing
I am makingg baby clothes.


perhaps it would be Detter
If I did f Newly,' lighted lamps are
The same thing. gleaming .' -
... 7........ 6One by one; as darkness
Chrysanthemums to.Philo' grows /
meme Rabais,'a bright ydung Greatly planning, greatly
man from St. Marc, who 4its e dreaming.
invented a machine for the I am making baby clothes.
melting and feimenting of
ice-cream. It is an Ingeni- Hushed the ,air as night is.
ous apparatus, electrically falling.
operated and entirely auto- Softly starlight earthward
matic, consisting of a large flows.
tanrk, (100 g41ons) a centif- Up to heaven ny -heart -is
Juge and two smaaller tanks. calliim.


The first tank is' filled
with hard frozen ice-cream,
which as it melts passes into
the centrifuge which separ-
ates the solids from the
liquid and forces them into
their respecffte containers.
There the'fermenting gcnt
is idded, and. when fermenr-
ration is complete, thermo-


I am making baby clothes.

'To my mind there comes an-
other
Babe, for whom a star arose.
T[ know now how Jesus'. mo-
ther
Dreamed, while making baby
clothes.
T. Grant.


'The telephone number of the

HOTEL IB0 LELE
1'" Has been changed to ,

7886
"Please call to reserve tables for our
Tuesday and Friday Dinner Dances .
On THURSDAY and SVUNDAlS beginning
September 11ibi, from o
COCKTAIL HOUR ,
with Ernest Lpmy al the Piano
SUNDAY evenings, BUFFET SUPPER.


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PLACES. FOR FUN


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.* '. A,,.,.. _.Well, knaon.E engineer and Refreshing M s.. Gladys cente.and Felipe Domi "'
... & e I. R1y Z.fItv ii 4&:* *1,,6. arrived in t Frae

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iadatir titfttt 54 Fida it after vislit Atert p1edBy 1 Nt rate ^i Janz fa&aitia gatci1'a 19M. -.6
AO. Pi.. C bad i ed dlicib .. hd:
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t io tet1as i f tiTuehijiaMiridgir wine whiskey aa h6ten-z wedding o hr brother R Ho
-A t erk MJ. Jts...fo .at le pn.h a Minterest- Le'r -, R ni pNHol e. '
.mc tbrM bndscap ,,' ar.i di r p y f a r ,ing as. .. :' .." a.,s. ,Sl ii s onda -.h -*, 't: .-T,
4:W e --)-yrsday aceodin- antes was a tri'ehd is: suc- whole .6f.d .td~ d Fxai lBl ... b te of .... 'O..- :.- :-',.
paeeis gstra,-ces,. . op nt of .SeatorBazin left 'fo the A" s ad St h ,M
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C ,dintpai ..y. 6d : y. . .' . 5 -&t&.indib s W einbet reruth, Fr- .,a he n I M.
o.,.. bad4l,. -tblc -_ei a ito- a- ay. iorniqg from a buses, basadrs and$ Miqqfl ;3
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d .- ... ... ap tmAmot- M .n
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..f ...:dopiil he .h.d..a-. .. .'...- t e ed i e auns wif re M..tor a- ct1o W A p M mi... j i" i

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e sight is' season the .eyes.. .-:0: ae. le eBrfdh,,. f, br i,- :,,Eg lishe sa a .-lian .
-- ,. --- .Clas e Gent. y ". aew ove- dH.",- iviseit .r. t te r Sot.Ak A -ppitnt. .us '' ,-"-.
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K~etured 'to hPort Friday on cBrisest a&aaod b -ren"aa y Miss -UMi4eille ,Eombne at ^1and- ; r to arrive hetp i*
e -. ..eiv.g news of his wife's and Lou.o. nDejo-e enjoy:, he v_- as w.lco .ed home dfrm ..^ ssary fot his bih ; e .- -* -e, l,' .





.llness. Capt. E ,tie .e alo ng holidays. ew York Fmday. -Miss. Fom T..- ,,. .:. .-:0:- :,ia..,a,
mith Lie t .. hmScott was attend- S, ,- rel porun aill shortly enter e s s d ieope' i, .o'Mtdo Domihque returned .-.
&mg the current Police Con- Monday was the birthday *Order of Olls Sisters. Their 6ard retamed o qidad ed from her Jamaican *egour g
.ference m ch Miaod s. .Ouver best anniversary of pretty Miss convent is i. the "South. Truji Frk., ;- this heek. rsg.
wishes for a say recovery Mari th e p- b Delva. '" ., ,- n 0a r t. : 0 ;h ,'.
- .. :. 0:0 --- a Mr and Mrs. Gerard Cel- Jamaic Wadneoday .a.. t a argtgrop. uffrier ids' :-- -- -
|a Genitm beh -laveercd aattheh aaies) -dasure otr.pdvneseheei
etuined r oia o ori g ena Thais y e Feion o y ht hi a Se.

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lg the current Poradce CO Cel M s is the birthday Orakenr of've Obl the yigsters sheitar temeturned ro. Cdad edhis QfrphioM, i poud pap; .
T h Jain., mercial Attache to the ja- ao Ialloween was obser ree roomed caille= in less for te- fourth rime Mrs,
fence in Miam u best ian ; tion int Mexiss conv ed in all its mystery ous th es ar o tim into rdan. excit- Smithisente ord'- A'. '~":
ses a sw City ... Hall ween fell on Wed- artistically furni.shedand a e Wisco' - t
o- :0:- Renesday night by thed sound decorated e .with little rkpresete r
S -:0: MGeorged MPerry, AGeral Bosel- of it. one, hard work and an with baby i




. n Caius and Maurice Laroche- ,.:.0:. a.-tisti. to..ch)'. Guests of :fane, october 4,. 19
on dat Cidnt L- cis who were viarcial ase ts left b MaurIs ce Bonnefil is leav- .honosreat' this thofogi ly now osfs e. evenly
e'-Iwthe Caitl thisday morning af- ing on a.s.ort business tr iqp efo aite'arty wee m ri TrA e" family of two- gitle, aws
ip.oriof vc-.sp n Ne to Mexitco, WedPnesdeay. Ge- to Havana today. Seitz wu o Wretg'roiu e d' to the two boys.f, Plan io




.Y :rard' Celcis is e new Co:0- taken ove-r by the yOungs tatee 'F id' after over a -h is -: rout- .pa
..... ":0:--- ,'^- .,. vear her-e as mariag. of La Mr. and Mrs.; Erve M lle .'
mera Belle Creole's No. 1 store, branch (Cstoms Bro
B" .k i n ..lownaobrtree^and Mr. Guy Douyoomdilesinwho are the proud pareh ts ie .s
"" Lawye'r ai
i... -*-e Cia. Zeeatlnin Mexico ed r all: its mysterious rites Thmno ent' e t-was r mce -it oi appointedcti-ec fin e ntw babyoblr.ft -a-:-
'd 6b&-. H l tor of the National Office of .econd son was born' Wed
E ^ H.TRADEMARK T l e. W, ingartisically furn shedad w. nesda and up to ttsi, wrt'
Snesay nt by the sound te ing- they have rot agreed
George' Pe, Ar Bose- of t. moCuban Sugar Kings Vi- on wia bname. ,a' ,-
nius and Maurice Laroch7- ,* -:0:- ar
Aprvincial ufriseurs, left Maaice Bonnefil is le ar tis tic toich). Guestsof---' e" A Q eto ern4, 19 2"'.t -,

Svaca-Havaa1. Sei who lretted to tSe two boys. . --..
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Programs In U.S. ..
" "': e10 3 ,' ,HAITI SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4th1





Mr.ILocal Men, Stdy ao and the and Mr. Na-
I hSocial Insurance men's Compensation Corn- ote 'w ,.. Co"Se
Programs1 In g. a mission.. u s. ' i

(Continuedfrom Mr. Jarbath and Mr. Na- 1).,.-...--.
E mployees Compensation of zon will spend a month ob-
3i 'he U.S. Department oLa- serving the Mexican' Insti- ',... q-. g ,t.
pwae U.S. D-epartment of La- Ju... I, S ei
of-;" r. Fa i utue of Social Security in 'sp.d.
Mexico City.!
sn shgrour p ois herTe underr The five Haitians will re-
sponsorship of the Technical to Washigton be.
pi Administrao Turn to W in be ,. .. "a 'e '. ,
Copeaon Adm'nsraton tween'Noyember'23rd aogd t
of' the U. S. State Depart- 28thi for final conferences in a
.- hent. They aret-Mr. Marc the United States. They will t.at oe o lt Be
'Aneloi Naion, professor of nd thr weeks in Puerto-
S.English at" the Lycee Tous- R beore returning about
saintt .Lnouverairg, and Mr.. December 23rd ,to'P6rt-au-
".trahtz Gouraige, member of Prince
;..., t . l Prince. V
: ,he.COmmission, de Recher-. .
-dies 6f the' Labdur Dehpart-, '
,et of Haiti which is es- A! The Facully. Of
% t-:blishingthe Hatian Social h .H. .
Insurance Institute, both of Scieces,
-Port-a urPribce. Mr. Jean Jar-
'.t- rupwil.epJ Moarnday, .October 22nd the
bgtth. isa former professor .Mn6f' O 2 h;
.l.tfglish .nad mhemtics ad students of the .-Faculty of
lish -and mathematics at
S. Alexis Sciences elected -the new4
<. i- e Lyce Nord Alexis in
e- mi.. Te r Committee of the AEFS as
ieire. The other. mem-ollows
Sbers are Mr follows:
: t i-mt.e. 04phaeW Fra n '. -' ,, : .,', .F.r .. . . 1
sle;;Ehaels Fraqcofis, :Secretary General: Roland Memb s of the Haiia Sota .C e f
SOf hy ene aoid soc fsoisen-, nLui D a, e stening to.the words of Pr bfezsor Paul J).ume, Chief of Technical Assistance. M's-
th.- Lycee Nation9l G u nr yo e.- of Unesco.. ... -

rIpthe College and the Of Journalisml appointed Judge at the A,-. Imas Trimmings th' want.
Oswald DIurand Idstitute; P eal Court, sLes, Debat., For the present, itUis e,-
Ac! iMr. Fiois Depe," Our colleges 1 la will bo directed by Me. Mau- Wih~low. 'shoppiqag 'will ough to windowshop, ac!
manger of Circuit O-,Ar. naveO colReWes -arl %a, rice Mue. soon become the style again maybe slip inside -ow an&.
tien, weekly Ciewspapc, r Mavtern C J;e o ., . fo -with the rapid approach then to.make a swift pr-
,..i oaun.wk ew .. sp Noird, Mart wil l o. n ~, :: of Christmas, store manag- Xmas. gift- purchase, trium--
if Recent mtervrew he. AN es .r, th fr n .'." "Mr. M ac Seliigian, aBeSers throughout the city. have phantly easing one of the t
he tians said thby' were serv he thcy' P i ted with.the Po P-au-Pin- g v' the, oiler to address. less. important.names in that
paicultarly interested in ve the foto n o g Pesi- ce t..imes for the- past year ups. This means that once mounting list. Believe ..m a.
.ore cotpen", '.. 1 -has.received- a position with more thi problem "of what it s fii just to, $top
aid sidieSs an4 ma-.. theShell Oil Co. It issaid to buy as.an Xmasugiftcrops stare, andto.feel the'cftee
m-ity insurance. -Theey said -As .. B.th.& h..wibeManager o up nu h 'ibpers ing spirit of Chista
r A y- ',lieve fhon.me.direr of new. the.Sell's installation at Bi- ,top took i th ho that andng beyond is shct-'
.'. e. r,. .-~_____________~* they'll~.sec .just the thi s der!; .
%*wutld be helpful in the de-, .
.Topment of social instur-
-ance gr:.gramn.es in' Haii. .. Y
I7Na~oq was impressed With
h fuiction of the B .reau.
t of,,iEmtployees Compensatiob, .
t.ich he ;described as we
wrgahized coordinated and'
ery heJpi df to' people ho .
I zeetd't66 services reiddred bY

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.-. yi.g ybur fne .system.u ,

,d re eived .s well as, 1-. .;'
ing assist i, ob tamirng
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DCnnep ting on the liber-






..Sal5deurieSystem-ssh fCOth. .OMR .. EC ONOMY .
with the Messrs .

Fra's and Cou' .
l'""ws of the United Siats,



wi. .ol ,..D -. . h monstratn willonvince ou that
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tom ", hr northernmost ithe Bonnie Joe I an nim-
'Beach6omber in the Republic prompt water. regetta took
*comes tfie following flash- place. Thi eiting i-
s .... pulserevealed the-'stnish-
Seceforth Octpber 28 ing navigating, ability ,of
-ill'be annually remember- Curtis Hough, Datuphin's ac-
ed (not to be refusedd with coumtant. Mr. Hough is
celebrated (as.Earitime Day quite modest abdut his skill
,at La .Plantation Dauphin, but spectators' acclaim inadi-
Tis.i 1951 date marks' the 'cates that such .,skill should
.aunching6f'the!Boiue Joep,, not be unheralded. -
S26foot, 8 beam motor
yacht.built and owned by -:0:--
Don. ruingwirz, Dauphin's' Otto Schutt, outstanding
.manager- Although the trader for many years in.Cap
launching was schedued ~Haitien, recently returned
tqke pwee before ,noa. the. from a European trip.-where
arduous task of conveying it he with Mrs. Schutt and
from the building grounds three children. visited Hol-
'dow ill to the waterfront land, Belgium, and spent the
by rail proved to be a dhore major portion of their. trip>
difficult, task than antic$at- in Western Germany visit.
I ed despite' the eaijling.' by ing relatives and- friends
inepns of beer and 'it% strong- as .well as interludes of busi-
er -compt.ions. The many ness negotiations. A pleasant
spectatorsr, soothed by the rendezvous was. a three day
Same antidote, demanded visit-to the, famous univer-
Sthii 'out for lunch and weary sity 'city of Heidelberg with
`from a 7 a-m. wait, scurried Mr. and. 7vW Robtert Petti-
-to vari us homes' to appease' grew, fqrnrlr'of I ,lagR..
.-their' i higher It was pre- tion Dauphin a rid w lt
urumed that all work had known in Haiti for many
stopped but th yacbt's whis- years, Aljng, with Mrs. Julia
.ftle and the workers' cheers Wood .mwife. of Cory F.
-annouriced that the Bonnie Wood,.former American con
Joe I was launched while sul of Cap-.aitien. Mrs.
-we lunched, (to quote ,a Schutt and- children remain-
,-well knows Cap Haitien ed in Western (ermany with
merchant i n attendance). relativess 'and" will return to
rNonetheless she floats' and Hati ..eafter the Christmas
s-will make her maiden roy- holidays. .
:-age November 4,. 1951.. -:0:-
> It should be mentioned Little Miss Marain' Fifer,
,,hat during the tedium; of chaperoned by her father
-waiting for the launching of Homer', ifer of-Crook's Plan


action at Carabol, will soon
eave for the statess .to entar
school in Baltimore. Mrs.
0onald Marek, of the same
plantation gave. a. farewell
uncheon, October 31, .fpr
Marian ian br. girl chusjs.
rom Dauphin and. Shada
Plantations and Cap-Haitien.
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The Nbvember issue of
'Holidays magazine has a
rillia"a Krauss article a-
bout Jacmel, Haiti- The au-
hor entitlies it 'Voodoo Vil-
age, and it is cleverly cari-.
:atured by Bill Ballantine.
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Something new, as usual,
has been added 1to La Plan-
atlon Diuphin. Don Lunmg-
vitz and Stan Sniith c6-6wn-
ers of a Piper Club which
hey are flying for business,
aid' pleaiire between the
,fantaiionsY 'two airports,
Phaeton hd De,-ac, as well
s -over the north of Haiti.
(Nore. to the Editor:- When
their wives aren't looking
and with the added qualifi-
cation of one of them being
quite a linguist, doesn't this
make them eligible for the
cSociet6 delBrizeurn?).
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Visiting Haiti ..ths past
week-on the invitation of
Mr. Kurt Fisher was Mr. M.
Ettlinger, Assistant Director
of the Royal Institute of
Jamaica, and Mr. Paget, Art
Critic, arid -attached to t];e
Royal Ilstitute as, Ait Con-
sultant and restorer qf an-
tique' paintings. The two
learned gentlemen spent a
busy week, they visited .the
Centre d'Art, National mu-
seum,r .inspected" thg private
collections of Mr. *Fisber, i"-.
spkted .te." Petit indiistries
and journeyed to Cape Hdi-


tien. Friday Mr. Fisher hon-
oured HLis fellow archiologists
with'a five to seven cocktail


between Jamaica ax d Haiti.
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Mr. and Mrs. Frederic
Kebrea9 arrivedd from Haw-
ana Thursdpy afternoon. Mr.
Kebreau represented Haiti at
9k congress held reipntly in
Paris.


zins aad comufertial estab-
JIshme. e. dpsa their doors .
at oon. ...

Pingpuins Athletic lub
opened the season last night '.
with a dancing party at the
qterl'C, aibes. "


-,.- : ..g. ,- :
M. ga C0hauver, Direc- Me J ph Th "
tpr of the Ni.gvelliste ar- promoted recently to se"ac- -
rived back last weekend teur a La Secretalrerie d'Etat
from attending the mnetipg de la Presidences from the
of the InteriAmerican Press position of aredacteur au
Assodiltion' in IMontevideo. Service d4 la Propagatnde In-
Mr. Chauvet during' this terieure av SIPP.n A deserv-,
meeting ha4. the distinction ling promotion to a you h
of being appointed a Di- man whohas- worked n
rector 'of 'this Ass o c 1 a- *scientiously since the day. o .f
tion. He will hold office as his graduation from. .aw
director till election take School towards a better .
place again in 1954. ture for his county. Jsep '-
-:0:- Thevenii who- now-pe
Lt. Jacques Laroche spent Spanish fluently was izftadff- ;
a week fighting ... fever and led to the Haitian Letion
ta grippe. :- : in4 Cuidad': Trujillb from
-:0:- 1947 to 1949 as second '
Nicole Revest invited a retary. On his retire fherie,'
circle of friends to her horne in '49 he taught S6"cia" '
Tuesday evening to help. en&s at the Lycee Peti6ianhd' '
celebrate her biithday. The, 'joined the. editorial: taff "'
party ended at the gCasina ce hIaiti'Journal before ea i;,
International., tering the .Goibernmefi i i
d -:0:- f. ormation Service.. "
Andre TaJamas ,observes .. "
his first wedding anniversary. Mifori E dIw in D l "
today.. chidf of Missiot of Scisp a..
.. .-0:-- Sciaa flew -.to Washingts
Pietre Richard Arch.er had yesterday.. Mijor .Dudley
his first birthday this_.week. been'assign'~ "to tae e a,
-:0:- tremend6ois' water supl'Y
Thursday.. All S.a in t s programme 'in 'Vnezuela.
Day, a 'Catholic and Episco- Hi ... 'stghidA t' ere.:1n '
paliap holy day. -of- ohlga- lasted more thn seven ri
tion, was -a, generait-o.liday, and 'the goodi work he Lii
throughout, the country. done will not be forgotten
-:0:- It is with,' regret that hi a
Last Friday, the day of the many friends bid bim -abioi
deceased. families gathered chance, on his .aew project.
mt the cemeteries throughout -:0:-
the Republic to I a c e Mrs. Carl Martin iaid
wreaths and oray over the daughter 'Ricky observed td-
araves of their deceased. dav-'the first nniversarry of
Banks and PRovernrent off-i- their ,sefour, jin Haiti. They
ces were closed all day, maga arrived a' vear ago, today.
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party. The visitors made ar- .
rangements during their stay
here for the exchange .'Qf
WArts and Crafts, exhibition '".-__


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and fled.
The chase ended when de-
tective Calvaire drew his
sei-vice revolver and .' shot
Ricles'as he was about to
lean from a threatening posi
tion on top of a house. The
convict fell to the ground
mortally wounded.

Personality of the Week
(Continued)
Creole, French, English or
Spanish.
Right ,now he is burning
the midnight oil on prepar-
ing a technical report on the
rate of Gingival Pyorrhea
among the-Haitian Peasants
a ,subject of conversation


Ambassador Travers... Escaped Convict Shot a li bewildering to the
. (Coniinued from .Page 1). (Conilfued from Page 1) Just the same, Gals, he is
John Burns, Colonel Valen- guards and threw them fr still in the ranks of the eligi-
e Smith Colonel Robert Inthe confusion ble bachelors. Maybe the
the truck. In the confusion
Mason, Mr. H omer followed, 20 convicts most fascinating set of mol-
Gayne, Mr. David Post, Mr- managed toescaped without ars just have never come his
Vincent iMcKenna, Mr. Sla- way!
Vin C. Blackinston Jr. Sa- having a single shot follow way!
C. Lieutenant onel Wliam them in.their dash for free-
lieutenant Coloel William went RODOR TR I CO.
Pitts was received in the bydom. Asthe police mons went gra- TRADING CO.
H E c r1by tthe i anpldst m
-grand salon ,diplomatiquen, dually to .pick up most of
by. His Excellency the'Presi- -i 2p con t
Sdnt of the Republic, Mem'- e 20 escaped convicts.
bers of the Cabinet. the Pre- Thursday morning.at 8.30
ident of 'the Chamber, and on the Avenue Dessalines
*ri gadier GeneraliLevelt.. that. borders 'Bowen Field, -
; following there formal in- Detective Corporal Calvaire
toductions President Ma- in doing his rounds, recog-.
oicq, arnd Atmbassador Tra- fized Rides Carr6lus as one
ve rs enjoyed a cordial con- of, the escaped convicts. Ri-
?.ersation (see .pictue). cles was loafidg.in a corridor RODOR TRADING CO.
Ambassador -Travers re- aqd was unaware of the de-
ceived f.u-,Military honours tective's approach. but no' If you' wish to sell your
Sas he left the Palace for his soonet has detective Cal. homn; rent it, or maybe sell
j iresidene,- accompanied' by vaire challenged him .ra pa sone of '.your, frniture-
SChef ,d~1 Prjtecole. Ridesa than he turned then for thefastest and.best
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(k to -the Pharmace Telemaini-
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S' 'Haiti always contactO ;
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