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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
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
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.p-ilatie AT o ,uistic Haitian Coast Guard Ship

I. .. Disabled 15 Miles From Miami

We a'e'eig2 W o ByC. G. BERITING Late, some of the Hai-
.sn, e th ---,~Han, Miami Hrald Staff Writer tians returned to the scene
s oppop ... ,,tl:, Force hco,:mfobl wihr -United States oase
cre ..... '-' ., icrm4 ~ l .lCoast-Guard een Thursdy float die -foovessel.
IfNeira fligtS tfoao the IIrIe-fomdvessel. d
.i, 4 u topi H.tie rescued- a the 23 officers Big marine pumpswere
Hatjuit stop na.the airforce- dmenfrom the sab 4en 'to the spot. where the
wr hat, h4 dqwrters at Bowe. Field Haitian Coast. Guard ship aitiai craft was wallowing
Z nhatZ ; 'mus. aid'd -yur *rese a.tio. .oussaint .erture, hich onied on Page 2)
l t..n. imake- X e .. X..k1sre8 dollars was awash m the ioceanh ', .Pag
kt sar as a tou way a dplars round off-Sand Key, about 15 miles Deective Shools .
90 'sJ, southeyiist of :-dpeeond Pf.
sp card, yvour. reoter t. At. t-est the flight soheast. of e. Taxi river
t st it, -n-g Ha ienr, : "a 4e 'a .planes lea g '
te and' as ii t iy .ede Early last Sunday morning-
0 ni ink.cmi tals 'i d ne9y. a aa detective shot a taxi driv-
-m& .lei -.i .ate *Fr..- .. r a..t. the lront f the Casin. .
!i.. '.~~ `W.* a'lf~ims--! ~lis'pma. g-ee.t~ "-"-J t:-, ge Oc~mdh pt hr2te

i -'o s of-the of the- dagaree
S, .ind' i hte sbu-,

.-".." *,,balls, 4t' 1ia .in n"roS istn
S'Tape tt4e bane of abo.u t- ti's' gigantic" de-
lbn' 'travellers- is en- febse fortss. l
l, missing when young e- Your'tepdf'ter was lucky
pyur- safari to The Cita-, (Continued .on Page 7)
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piorter interviews three delegates during a tour o
eripermtalfarm;.tefe ttor eight .are: John Ross,
Sivwersity's public, relations department; Louis F.
A Department of Agridublure, Port-au-Prince, Ha
Semthti, Department of Cooperatives, Bangki
-, "at the University of Wisconsin.
See Story Page 11).

S. for .taxi driver aGros
Patten ..: a fatal bullet.-

FashionaMdg Le Perchoir
9ppns December 2nd ,
t' We said it before and dow
w, e will say it again ... the
Sb.eath,. taking, view from
".". atop- Boutilliers far- surpass-
es all others in the Americas,
Sthe. new restaurant night
club appropriately named
world's finest. A combina-
kion which ought to do much
to boost the country's tour-
ism effort, to say nothing of
its. appeal to the local pub-
lic. ..
The opening 11.00 a.m.
December 2ad will be in a
(Contiwned on Page 6)
Haiti Names Poppy
ICnnon Public .
Relations Consultant

-Poppy Cannon has been.
named Public Relations Con
sultant by the Government
f a. of the Republic .of Haiti:
of She will act as .advisor to
Bal the Haiti (Tourist Informa-
iti; tion Bureau in New York
ok, and will cooperate with the
a bureau director. Gerard de
j Catalogne on all phases of
(Continued on Page 3)

P; t eplorable,
jt|Etqft histoire. thit is a
mi$.ltf 'of versions cict
)latld ktihe city's conversation
Janes .'-. s called eye wit-
nesses's s t or i e s wouldn't
match ... and the fact re-
mains a detective did shoot
and kill 'a chauffeur a little
after 1.30 last Sunday morn-
ing before the Camino. Their
bullet came to rzst in the
back seat of. the Cadilhar,
belonging to Murray Kinobpl
after 'having passed betw .
the third and .fourtlJ rib on
the left side of the chest of
.big 200 pound taxi driver
Alcibiade Mathurin (known
about tdwn as uGros l1atte)
and through the right 'rear
(Continued on Page 3)
, The Reason For
Union School Bazaar
Union School boosters are
busily putting the finishing
toucheson --eir plans f )r
the gala Bazaar to be held
Sunday; Decc.mber 1st, at
the Cercle Pcrt-au-Princien.
Its object, co raise cash for
the. new schocJ building to
be erected on the Exposition
There is no .doubt a
change. in housing is badly
needed ... the-old residence
behind the Rex Cafe which.
quarters Union Schoo! at;
present is running out at the
seams.. Your reporter had
only to venture in the front
door t6 find himself comn-
(Contineued on Page 3)

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is kep&! sh .e ed ,.ads.,,.
symbol oo tarr. for the i: '.
de'rsea .cfeapies of Port.-a -
Prince- By. The minute Sn .
tav, Della Valle got his fi.ri-
look at the coral reef .a"tei(..
lapping at Haiti's -ftr..td
he knew he'd found his .
py u pting ground.
Itali*nbon- sportsmanm -
one oefltheworld's best speag
fishermen.' And the' dcea6.
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U.S. Chief Cariiheas
As. a- .a ...

Anui. wo manuu m.
Visits Capital A

Ambassador Travers,'higlh'.'.
ranking officers of the" Ha '
tian Air Force and Unite4'
States Air Mission to HKit
a regimental band and .a
troop of soldiers welcomed
visiting General Emil Kied,
Chief of the Caribbean. Air
Command, at Bowen Field
Monday. On his three dai
visit to Haiti General Kide
was accompanied by Colo.
(Continued on. Page 4) ..

Congressman .James P.
Richards' Statement
Mr. James P. Richards,,
Chairman Committee on for
eign Affairs and spokesqpi*.
for the group of U' S. C .
gressmen who visited Haiti
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manager of Ihq Lele and the a'"aime, flares t a,"
daughter of Inis Roosevelt, 4wan the ship attra ea as-
well-known 'Lotion picture "tentin "bf the Coas~t'uai
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ness of the Haitian waters, in love with his underseas: cer. ustavs rivers
the brightness of the coral sport the first time he laid talents came in mighty haif-
floor of the Bay as well as eyes on "it in the Mediter- dy in establishing his 4ie.
ithe year-round good wea- ranean 18 years ago. And nage. He taught his I
other made Haiti an ideal even a few close brushes tto cook (and fro the sam-
spot for Gustav to establish with death have fh Id to e. we of. ier Thanks-
his school, the only spear- put a slack in hts 'tntsgf gming f, We an e x
fishing school of the western asm. There was the tie, cellent j T orts
hemisphere. for instance, that he Move t used his tic to
But the undersea Tar- 82 feet and suffered i lung his homa b e W the
an found one serious obsta- hemorrhage. But got his" beautimospul in ere and back-with
ce to his teaching career. wort fright off the coast of S atmosphere and back-

When his school opened for Naples.' On an ordinary drop of Pines.
business back in 1948, he spearfishing dive he stayed At the ehd of the month,
couldn't find' a single stu- upder water- until his oxy- -will also celebrate the cor-
dent'. Residents of Haiti re- gen was exhausted. Then hd pletion of. another master-
fused to jut their foot in the placed his foot on the bhot- piece of construction ... the
water ... too many sharks tom to catapult himself to new pier. he is building for
and barracuda. Gustav's first the surface for a deep breath, the Casino's yacht and ma-
educational chore was the But he found he couldn't rine basin.
Business of destroying popu" move- He was stuck. An For additional interests,,
o lar legends. He insisted that, octopus had wrapped itself Gustav enjoys good music
neither fish is dangerous un- around, his left leg. Fortun- and good booksof' (he has and
4er ordinary conditions. The ately, a companion who had .fe.. c
barracuda, he explained, 'bee. watching him from akes great prde growing
S.his own vegetables for the
-11 only become vicious boat came to his rescue. But inner table. fr the
when there is blood in, the Gustav was unconscious by dinner table.
watr, and theie must be -a, the time he reached the sur- He speaks many lagu
fair. amotdt of it at that.- face. He adds laughingly, ges ..."in a fashion that can
_'he sa' goes 'for. sharks.' ,That was my record for an be termed unique, ... and.
SiGstav said 'the only time underwater stay.n has the kind of tpersohiality
sa tsai hat makes him a unaturab,
Swe of these bad boys of the: The marine sportsman for newspaper and ihaga- ,
Aea ever caused him any trou has had plenty of adven- zine writers. hdot only here
e. was when he speared' ure-s ,top-side, as *ell as but in the United States asi
imn and the shark doubted under the sea During the well. Your reporter joins
.ack. The hat oan. jutnlg wag he served, as a- photo- with many other- more.illus-
ut.from tbe wounded'fish hgrpher with the Italian trious journalists in shaking
Sattered his goggle mask., army ... and was in Rome his head admiringly and say-
Soon Gustav's reassuran- .when word goi around tha, ing, Quite a guy!
ces and enthusiasm t6ok ef-' ;tbe allies' 'were about to
F: ,ect. .Port-au-Prince found launch their invasion of Si-
%-iblf with a new and thrill- cily. But Gustav's army aiian Coast Guard Ship
f''hng sport as well 4s a major boss seemed rd" be 'more of Disabled :15 ile N't
ttlrist attraction.. In aiddi- a newsman than he was a From Miami '
tdn. Guitav conducts marine patriot.. He jList rubbed h.s (Contimn d from Page 1)
k .igt seeing tours. The hand h a nid s gleefully at' the /
I'Ime blonde spearfisherman thought of bthe marvelous in the heavy sea. Effort..-.
.tAinted -'mong his astu- newsreel shots the enemy were to be 'made-to clear
Fe"ttsi.snuch illustrious visi- would provide him. But af- the hold of water before tow
S"trs' .as Actress Jennifer "ter the Sicily ,.invasionwas ig the ship .into port for
S tes. her husband' .David recorded and .it was time to repairs. .
Selznick and Prinde Napo return to the mainlandcl Gus- Capt. Jack Salgado- and
't r- Alberti. : manager of tav, along with the Hermann 19 crewmen were Brought
rfkSplendid Hotel,' donned Goering piaizeis division, iito Mianii from the. disabl
S luber' ins, grabbed hisi 'found that' 'allied 'bombers ed ship at 4 a.m, in a Cbast
- ; spear -and' converted with were making chop suey of Guard 63-foot" crash" b'at.
:' Gustay on. the floot r of the the narrow straits separate Five houits later, Ensign Ni-
Q.Bay ,"They felt. such funn ing Sicily .and Italy. So colas PBaussejour, Seaman
trl.ould be slarqc so .they G'ustav took time out from Yoy6 Eamnanuel and Mon-
fo4 ed a .Goggle Club, the war.. He went 'spear- desir Elouis were picked off
,. which now has 15 fishing off Messina ... with Ellot Key beach.
.eml the water exploding not far When the United States'
Gustv "emphasizes that away. ,Coast Guard first reached
..oudon't hhfP to be, a good' When the Germans took the ship Wednesday night,
.%'wimme to enfer the hand- Rome after Italy's surrender crime were frantically
- ''-h$id .encqpater'with fish: Giustav hid out ini the city's bailing with buckets and
x jaTch., He also s you catacombs and got asylum as pumps but were losing a
.pnt nee ra* bran, 'but a' photographer in the Vati- race with the incoming sea.
lanced down it his' ot, 'can- Later, he worked, for Water was breaking over
pounds ,in fighting. triami the.British as a camera man. the sides and spurting 'in'
d c.1added, ,Ilt helps., How- Afteri the war, Gustv head- through opened seams..
S'-mr, .when. there's a will e'for.Paris ... to paint. But The ship's bilge pumping,
.here's a way. He -recalled he siys, aI hate mediocrity, system had failed, and big
Sthe 75-year-old 'Ohio 'lady And alt r a year I decided waves had opened the plank
;that came to Haiti forf-spear- Ito see what was happening ing. t
fishing lessons. She had to in the new World, Capt. Salgado said the
e lifted from the .boat into In 1948 he atrived in Hai- crew had been battling .
the. water, but after .her fiftni ti ... and decideZk to make rough weather for 48 hours
lesson, she'd gotten herself a it his. winter home.OIe lives, and that his executive offi-
-f in Laboule 'vith his'4ttrac- cer, Ensign Beaussejour, and '
Sustav's one spirit of ad- rive.wife Rene Roosvlt, two seamen had set off in a i
,qiture caused him to-fall the granddaughter of t dingy at' 8 p.m. for,, help.
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ere.. tion. investij
wiih the coming of dawn, operation.
a n"Guard plane pilot The crew
trio on Elliott, Haitian Co
.Th;'had landed' oa drew Faube
to beach walked more the U.S. Cc
a miles northward cue work.
a Coast Guprd, boat 'The Haiti
reached them and took Port-au'Prin
them go BDfier Key. obtain supply
All sfred i ainor scratch the Haitian
es and bruises which were Capt.' Salgaoi
treated at the base infirmary. said he had
then they were taken to once before,

,(ARMOUR Is Proud To Present Their Pure' .
In the New -Green And White Three Pound. Ti
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.baheaiin ,o. earning. Classes are held elective Shoots The
School Bapaar from 8 to 130.necessitat- Taxi Driver SUPER Rriraler ,
lyi'.fre" P,(e iP mg plenty ,eof fo rkme ,ork *' *.- f.rm ',, 1)
f .. undergo pantal supervision- '(Conmed from age ) Another Servasevon
stirouided b young Daily Frech classes are held ow the prked Cadil
dents at work. The small and .it .is. emphasized that lac. '
.n Sooms ,.can. barely, hold the school now is open to the Few if tay'of the patrons "
.he naze 6f .Aesks, black., Pntire comniunit rather of the Casino.. that evening
rsand bookcases, let. than being,- schoolfor Ame were aware of what was '
#aonete pupils and teach-. ricans as it was in the days taking plage. It seems Gros ;
Iast summer te Jnior of the Occupa ion. Patte. entered the establish-
g*bGrades were installed The teaching staff is di-: ment not properly attired;
ihe bac yard in a small verse with a wide amount of did not have a jacket r tie
iding temporarily set dp experience. Menibers of the o. an" came to pass that
hold the overflow, faculty are as follows: there was some o ion on -
th,1-i al there. are 189 stu- Mrs. De La Place, French, his part to leave. An argu- .
51 of ema.meickn. previously taught in.,France ment folowed, ad was end- 'i .
heenroint seitic luds and pngland. ed with Gros Patte striking
Gemans, 5 Duih, 3 Bni-. Mrs. Victor Lebedoff, Can detective Jean Baudut. The
S2'outh.,Africans, nd adian, taught iher home detcive drew his service
:pi'"student each of the fol- country land now has 17 Ielver ... at close It "
an- years o bullet entered, Gr s ,.
Patte's chest ...'t made him..
tlgioa4.orecnl wh.bM. i er ., .the the 'ad; h .,e ca..l..sd a.
...^y., can, .. .ee.t.- . ....... f .. . ... *- ,.-^ |
's :a English may can, co inducted ,classes for e froa h& cu r ... .. .......s
'1. even to6uigh.he doet hine yea is Stateside and has' few ft heef s sctwob.
aea 'i nioidge f the i.pent three years on the staff Wdith .te n is ce of two I '
be:e,,.... i--'.e begins o Uit Siidol. doctors enjoying their Satur- g. .'
.M-.. ...y Be .. c ,, day nighs at the Casino, the. u .
vactam-was ..'carr eto- .-.

4 5,clbiar'and ,.a. u ,o hojnteritbr--.. '155 a.w. .hen the .Station. .. -.. ,*
Pch, adiitoiai i chii. i ~ 'l in. I of wagon.was received at the i .i a '

t ai ,5 dollars ai yar, facty a r, or.on ght duty; Dr.. serve sonality, Poppy Cannon is 'Credit was retitlyoti '-
Sstudeuts ar ar equped .Pre ,.os, *Gro'Patte wa-Rs dea4. widely.known ip thde re las to tee summatr o'
tihi'e t.f'. qited "'Sood slo i"s. .... ,-.y. -A : w Detecla tive Baudpy who has of advertising and public re the ar.. a o ..
t.te., ary ss-. '.. ".. Served two years in the.Force Hiions. Forinmerly an execit recent' editions bf' th d
'ei.. ; :.cho' ,up5 ax th".i, ". lt....
.. M. Mi. : iSagar, once elevn mo ths as detective, riv 'of Man, where cial newspaper of e ..
..lrtals. worked. e, famed rests .in prison awaiting, the she Was associated Wither H. public. i the lie
r ha t i ld sGestat find ng of a special invest J. Heinz 57 aeietiedi p gric tur nd s, ..
l gat-on o' .oniisson.. Gros lette, GeneDdl Elec-4rc, Hot- ;' This new instit"n
're tucs i5onsy st dxperietce 6 year~Mami, 2 PattSes h police, record in- point and other natiAoal ad- called towplay a .prepnder -
'1. .qafolo s P years, P rt-ain c eal, e u esdy 2t. wnoin a t frt g account sbe was f ant role i. the ;
V f Tirs ied -Ee .... Mh-.s. yde ays ey, ife g a-eetiveons baki -w1h948, and a flarer vice-presidheit of Peter of the national enomy It. '"
'rty 'Achioi.s fum"' th? iof "the .,.tis,:Charge 'd'Af-. twre.serio0s one,- tworq weeks Hilton Inc. whereudr her is-merely a. credit drgainza '
|ajt through' the eighth [farets.. G ed. her teaching ao, when he wasarrested at direction Hiti's aghly sc-hion for promoting thet i n'
I sge. a d lla experience iL.back in Englntd. the;docks.for insulting' ana csful .'tori.t p rogranime provrment of .iagr, cultm .-
_srtda pwae e m of I' 'agri'u.-eni
MAssoon as a child ehroll MRS. Garbey LEurent, a disob.eying an officer of the was initart "' and industrial tecanidc,fa. .
the school his lare Univers ityof Californi gra law. It came. under Mthe' voringf the "inverin -
is.autbmatically become, rme date. -Taugt. -in' Florida heading ofa traffic violati Thewi f ofWalter va te capital in 'the linq of
bers of thp assembly that di- and is eow rounding out her and he was duly fined. Wite, Exe-ittive Secretary' apulture and gtnal-l and
iec'its tacidvidtes:. For the first year at Union School. 'The burial' tok' 'place of the..ationai Ass action medium industry.
four' years' the Parent-, The Principal; Mrs. 'Sou- Tuesday afternoon .at the foi the advancdmenv of. Col- -'t t r -.' '.
Tchers Association h a s therland, says ghe .has gain- Cemetiere exterieure. od People, she has fravel- The NRapital of this 'i ',
l 'chiefly concerned with )d her' experience here in -- ed extensively in the Carib- Hete will 'be 10- miion
tgAlecting the 3,000 dollars Haiti- The modest charm- Haiti' Names Poppy bean and accompanied her gourdes of which n5 il
..a... for a .new school thg .drectrpess 'at s sed rvNe husband, on the Round-the- will e immediately latien ",
Three years asassisan prin- Public World Town Meeting of the' follows: 3,750,000 b the
,has alrgaIy.raised more cipal and four'#a6rs as prin-- Relationas Consultant. Air, visiting 'Igdia,"'Pakis- Govternment, 1,250, 00 by .
~i'Aluf of i nd h 1m,000 xcipal. Fro ai f rti s she (Continu.ed fro Page ) istan, thePhilippies, Japa, ed t th e National :Ba k o e .
ui' .as The goairlfintent is doing 'an doe l at jiob. -. and Hawaii as well as Eu- Republic of Haiti; th~ wli- ;
["d'aid, the rnd &or the i Both teatde~dla 4 parents tourist and economic pro- rove and thecountries of the dance to be paid 'b it ay.
t .iiw iei4a g which wisall be wish to than the Haftia mPtion in the furtherance of Middle teas ches. by the.; Gover ieni e
ednext, to the head- biness men, arid President plans for the development and the BNRH.
riers o the U.S. Sanitary 1M. Pierre Etheart' f e Cer of Haiti. Her work will be -
,islin. t .kre Port-au-Princien fdr al. closely coordinate with Hai- Haitian Instiiute Of The Haitian nstitut 'of
'"At present the school lacks lowing the school to use ti's new Five Year Plan, ap, .gr.cultural and Industri
".e cfapcy trimmings such &heir private club facilities proved and adopted last Agricultural And A Cre dit is temporarily, almuc
inusic and other extra- for its fui -rgising BazETar. month by the Haitian parlia. Industrial Credit ed to the National Bang of
crricular activities dtiat play The price of admission will ment in Port-aurPrince. thea Republic of Haiti, await.
chn iniportahi role in be 1 dollar.' Children with Now one f the editors o The important law creat- ing, the time when it mayd
e American' institutions of adults will be admitted free. Park East magazine, a writ- ing the Haitian Instituae of stand on its own feet.
iT "0;D'i' ti la -
ia tl ice.t to f 'iati by UiS Sinhs olled indu t ery.,

r LedureLa LuxurtoadLy

r' For InformatiAn see Agent HOBERT E. ROY, Expo sition Stand No. 7 P.0o B ox 228. Tel. 21'T7. -6 .
Haiti NaesPop
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Spic and span, shiny and S
new is the 'showroom of and
Valles and Bajeaux oq the nar
Grand Rue. These progres- Tin
sive merchants have face- ing
lifted their show room aqd ...
given a beajiteous frame tou
so their many products ... cat
Universal refrigerators, Her- the
cules cycles and BSA motor- all
: bikes, etc. ,vel

studying figures in town,
I that's no pun, is Ber-
d Kalb, of the New Yprk
nes, who is here combin-
business -with pleasure
collecting statistics on
rism; soaking up the lo-
cbtour, Lappy he made
trip to the Citadelle, and
set to- do a series of tra-
ir. Kalb told your report

--3:0:- er of the courteous manner
30,000 gourdes was grant- in which Mr. Guy Douyon,
"ed by the Department of Director of Tourism, assist-
Public Health this week to ed him in gathering the ne-
Sallow it to 'ay the salaries cessary information, made it
of a foxgign specialist em- possible for himt to ipeet His
' played at the Hospital Gen- Excellency President Ma-
e" tat and the Faculty of Me- gloire and in general made
r dicine for the next twelve his stay most agreeable. Mr.
month period. Kalb added ,that it grieves
S" ". 'him to board the plans to-
S' -:- rrow- and continue his
.. o buy the, necessary Jsland hopping, but next va-
4 'equi*iaent foi the radio sta- caton will be a.Hafrian one
-tio&he Chamber ofd Con- r-for sure, \' .
'sefoce presented to "His Ex- '
Iellncy the President oin die ---:0:- .
6n oeoon of his last birthday, Today s a g Yeat ayi
G I tly, qA 14. '1!ei* he i)
E'-.i.D.atep Thursday. -. setting off- far Caspa t
S';, -":.- , join t ran- t % hq al
S:' -- Caradai A. -of ,ce. A- o-
i.' ps. one o the logesst. mIen; W e.q qE T.eco,
1 :cheaing parti s on cord .9las WT, gWna s.VP 4 g
Sedate ,e one held at on SOy night p
:. Cnin Ace's last Sunday the home on J@m Sw'
iz-qiag ana ended Sunday bour in Petionville. ThM par
So iln It Viss 'the chris- ty was offered- by the
rV" t o ;4 i(aardadtdiPna people ep y ely iher.
S qoise, the twins 6. Uf" Cieu a ." y M z th r 'a
ant and Mrs. rict Le4t. God. a party ax the Heise resi-'
a i a oa ipther o deice- ,i Pacoi.
rS',4 ;<4V elfaa,'Doim- .' --:0:-
*i .",' tiger Amnian4, AIe coming marriage of
I, isas aid Rij- Miss A"arie' Garca to Dr.
d^AMe Adren "of Cayes was an
'' ndun&ed this week. The wed-
S,-:0:- dig .4e' las en -set 'for
-: .. conutgs MrceIr Sal- some time during tFebiruary.
:,; ecw J. of ,Haii ':0:
U J al4, p.tiarned this week Colonel Bayard Co"iman
f' from Buenos'4194 whdre der of the Coast Guard, flew
;as a member of the Haitian ki Miami Thursday after the
ftldegaibn:lie observed the aToussaipg I*o etqr Wa-
,r a-te o Arge.ite. bedy off Slw. I ,ey, a short
eM, distance from Mig.i.
r. .. --"&- ,-
t" -Eliday eveaidg at 6.00 -:0:- -
Spa. lMt. FrAnCi d Larrieux Friday Auto Part business
was married to Miss Yolaride man. Andie Talamas flew to
|l Nicolaa-., a Sr,.L. i t .a toa vist hi& wif. an d
.. hch.iq PeOvi. T at the1 a iJl'4 q Junior.
r couple w&re, a&cm Aved to
It ihe altar by .Mlle Irene Ver- /, --O;-.-
-et aiid Lieutenant Bretxq& Saturl 1it LV adys Bo-
taunde. Following. ..t .4 gart, lf.t. r? tak) tj her 4o-
*ciurc]z service a g ian4t:- sitiog withr-he Haitian Con-
iceptiejw%4ield..t thehope sulte ip, Miami. Friends
iof ti Mrs. Dreton and relatives 'joined her Fri-
li'i& Becon Claude day evening in a grand fare-
i b-te ui4e'- suia) at Av.. well- b d4. ,
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U.S. Chief Of Caribbean.
Air Command
Vishs Haiti
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ne91 Charles Johnson and his
aide-de-camp Jieutenaat Roy
Cu y- The General and Mrs.
Kwet wqre house guests of
Apmbasador and Mrq. Tra-
vers, and Colonel Jobp.son
was the house guest of the
Chief of the U.S. Air Mis-
sion to Haiti, and Mrs. Colo-
nel Smith.

during .this high ranking
officer's v'sit there wege.
iumeious receptions and, in-
specvon ouprs. Tuesday Mrs.
Colopel Smith, wifq of the
Chief ofj t e U.S. Air Mis-
ion0, offered \a, lncheop at.
I6o Lefe to honour the wife
of the visiting General,
wives- of Haitian and Ame-
riean Air 'Force officers and
Mrs. Trayers attended.-
In honour of the visiting
GenerQl Wedpesday evening
Major Roy, in command of.
the fHaitian Air Force, offer:
ed q gran4, banquet at aEI'
Ranch9l. Speeches were
made, at the bapquet by Col.
Roy, Colonpl Smith and
General Kirel, all .stressed
the close, coopetiaton exist-
ing b&etwen ihe Hittian and
AAerican Air F0oces, apd.
how important suc an alli-
handis& i'this tfqfa today.
The General'anc his pty
left Thur J ay -nd flew
North over tIenA Chris-
tohe's dtadelle, befoe -
tuinag to Alrooc, a base
its the Paama- Canal zoqe.,
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nqetin -. .. W:*Yh pa l k
S', l' d help, thg sl9e
Ambagsa4 r Tra '.ers 1, a^ 4 q..stip qf flj t
short speechli thanked the excessive Drice'and the "
Press for tri warm w ome a
it has given- him an4 VW nSt
wife .. n arrival herq, the .'P ..ss;. ':.Felii 11
tboth felfwe had, ne h qe .oye uqle a short spee
Swe. don't .feejwe r tp1.y q- behl -ofl
a forlkgn count ... ~ r Gay
whni; is mote said tht A -, *' 4(ft 'fice "
bassac or there: was _n hap scs4 -by b 'f vd Bory
pier man, when I received introduced Ambsu'sado 'P
news of nmy aMYt t e e rsQ, -tIeario e meie b
here; we had beei "'Haiti of te Press as they :arrfvI
a year ago and had a fine at the residence.

uJ(pagqe. 1b4heppyg
'eceamber 6th, the
anpovet'aggy of the ins
tina of ihe l Govern-m
President.. Magloire Wv
m.rke4 throighou't-th
tiy by apRrop rate mi
stations. I,'. Pprogu-I
these manifestqtinfs. '
for a special charaI
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inauguratidu of he imprte
ant tealiztion of tih- ov-
fist ernment's first year of wprk.'
stal- ^ Shg: t1h day of "becen- .
t of b 6th, the President of the
il be Republic vilt' naugard4
e coun the okmen S ses ahd at;.
nifes- the samq time, remit ho
Prince to workers..
ill of- T le ogtsiAd work qp, tI
xer as hogs is gow unid4e 'sy,.
th the ((2qfinM ed on 09 gR 101 :"

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Here is the second of my
studies of pi'ominent' people.
The Editor has .castgated
me for the manner in which
I have handled it, He says
I should be more objectives
and not let my emotions run
away with me.

Patricia Duval Wiederman
Is the owner of.
The hotel known as
Aiix Orchideesn

'Thi4 I find very appropriate
As Patricia herself is
An orchid,
' As well as a whole basketful
Of incandescent lillies,
puriu"ng begonias,
And Mexican flame flowers.

She is also demure,
Dovelike, gracious, sweet
SAnd bewitching;
When she wants to be.

Bur usually she is
utly, violently; -
".*' tremendously
,Vit l.

I havei cast sheep's
yes "at Pgtriia;'
SAnd have wondered
2:rSietimes, if that gleam
eIn es, when
Shicookslat me,. ... ,

it.Eveti were it so,
There is no hope. ,' .
SIn iny present
Physical condition
I) It would be perfectly
K:'Us less for me
,.' To .et married.
i Nou.;n wdudd come of it,
SAn Voronoff is dead.

For "lid

But should some
Medical genius find a
Cure for my trouble
Before it is too late
What might then ensue
I must leave to
Your imagination, as
This newspaper may
Fall into the hands
Of little children.

Oh! Patricia.

I xxxx
- My friend, Marcel Gentil
was hospitalized last year in
the States with stomach ul-
cers. To give them a rest
the doctor ordered rectal
Marcel didn't 'like his
,nurse, who believed herself
to be very refined. He de-
cided to do something about
One day, as she was pre-
paring his mid-day ration,
Marcel murmured to her:
aMiss Gray, I hate to eat
'alone. Please get another
'rectal tiibe and have lunch
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wc rld carry the Canada Dry
S label. Name yoqr favorite-
Canada Dry mikes it, and puts
into it all die quality, purity
i and sparkle that have made
. Canmda Dry the fust name la
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san took her skates one
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tat she was nuts,
er little *.
We are reprinting, under
is heading, an item from
ge 95' of the R-ader's Di-
pt of July, 1942. We pub-
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relations between the sexes.
Here is the item:
inTo understand your own
love needs you must know
*that the average woman is
three or four times slower
than the average man natur-
ally is in becoming aroused
and in achieving a climax.
Only a husband who knows
'this and who slows his na-
tural tempo to mgtch his
wife's can be expected to
satisfy her.,,
aHonis'oit qui mal y

Any reader who has other
.martial problems on which
be would like advice, should
write to me in care of this
paper, giving full particu-
.lars, enclosing one gourde,
and a stamped, self address-
ed envelope for the reply.,
The Editor protested the
insertion of this advertise-
ment, saying it was not paid
for. He doesn't know the
agony it costs a man of my
culture to write things .like
this- .1 am paying for this,
with blood, sweat and beers.



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Just loss around your garden,
under porthes, etc..and get re.
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I-BUG-GtETA Pellecs are eco-
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than old-style meal.
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Le Perchoirn .
(Coatidued from Page 1)

manner fitting for such a.'i
fashionable place, under the&'
patronage of His Excellency L;
President and Madame Paul.
E. Magloire, there will be Li-
fashion parade, featuring the'
creations of the capital',
leading dress makers, model.?
led by local beauties.- Le"
Perchoir, we are told. will. :
be strictly formal, and will.$
cater to parties and reservai- I
tions. Besides the restau-
rant night dub close by will Aj
be a soda fountain, rest-,.
r6o0ms, and a place to' take
your ease and enjoy the mar- ':
vellous view dressed as, yoi=
ike. Later little shops ell-
ing souvenirs and haidi-,';
crafts will be built a short .
distance away. s
Paragraphs and volumes.,.
"nay 'be written desprifing .'
aLe Perchof- 'and the pano-
'roma spread before it,A
in capital letters should go ,
credit to progressive b.si3-
nessman Elias Noustas' whbse:
dream it was, and architect' Q,
Max Ewald .who skillfuy.'-:.
carried bout, the d signing .'
and construction.'
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SUNDAY,, N PV. .25th .' ,HAITI SUN*' I age;'

CAP-RAITIEW A TOURISTIC f ice of Tourism, in the North. along the lush fertile plains. contained a royal court t0j
.: G0 MINME. : He knows .exactly what is Diamond peak rises' in the be beckoned with., hauint
:. ... needed to promote the tour- distance and-behind it, cloak ing air of tragedy is also prel ,
S, st industry and is doing his led in the soft morning- mist, sent. It is easy to imagine
..'. utmost to do a good job with lies the Citadelle. the night back ine 1i20V he.
V(Contmd4 from Page 1) other tourist centers. the material available. Dur-, Theeis no better time of King Christophe, cripled
S. Mr. Leopold Sanchez, as- ing his four years in the day for. yoir'~ryage into the and ill, learned that his ene.
ought to be included. a. sistant' director of -the Na- post he has made more than h past of this smallre. miles were on their way and
.og 15 passengers making tional Office of. Tourism at 360 trips up to the Citadelle hepublic.... for your maourne put an end to his lourw n
e. trip to. ie Cap lastSat- the) Cap and operator of the and offered to serve as guide back to the mighty days of reign with a goltien bullet.
rday. -At precisely two we Cap-Haitiqn Travel Service, for your reporter's trek on King Henri Christophe. You \ The sense of: pride and
oarded theplane, and took was at the airport the day Sunday morning. lend yourself to fantasy, dignity that the black king.
ff shortly afterwards, catch your reporter arrived ready But first, of course, a bit pile of rock becQmes a tried so hard to -insill in
a quick glimpse of the .to see to the. needs of the of bamboching. Saturday everycolonial mansion, a stage his newly freed people -
n-baked,roofsof Port-au- plane passengers. eightt coach seems to be rounding till apparent at Sans Souci
-rince before the climb and The taxi fare fiom the air- cluster of parties at private the corher in the distance. yo feel it as you stroU pass -
aer.the bay towards thd port to the Hotel Roi Chris-, homes ... a whiskey or two You blink your eyes back the Queen's.. gardens, the
ai of mountains border- tophe .is,. a dollar per person ... the (Cap socialites prefer to reality, to the newly av- countless sentry boxes, the
gfig its rim.' i i .and in case you question the this drink on the grounds road you are speeinig Royal Imprimerie and th.
'The 35-minute flight to price jou will;be referred, to that,it doesn't effect the ead road ... to thare siht of the barracks for the ro yal h
e Cap gives you irresisti- the posted, tariff rates. They the morning after). Thea or actionn workers u gu arracks for he royal
e e. Ca g .S .r construction workers hurry- guards. I I ,..
'14 glimpsesof the niysteri- do not seem excessive when there is the haunting refrain in onlo finish the last mil '
~is inland- territory' of Hai- you, take into consideration of the Cap's. number 1 or- of paoin under the watch- But you feel it most of al
Ii,: the' .. t' 'tha to st o' p f Pavin uder the watch- But you feel it "mos of? ia
the: territory, that all too the state of':.the roads and chestra beating out the pu l eve of eniner Mall as you wind u4 tlhe tratil '-
d. residents of Port-au- the'price of gasoline.. sing rhythm of the current. eveh sorid.s b the Citadelle poised on thofe" .
tincie ever "come to know.. merangues at the Night Club roadside. who orr y h e .mountain top like.a giant
f your flig t is blessed by ,You.may final your. first' Patricia down on the sea rsde "sledge hammer ready tod
"ear weather you can: scan close-up view 'of the Cap is shore. A refreshing ocean, The rounded dome of the 'strike down an invasion thadt-
"Me copper-colored erosion -a bit -shocking after the'pic-' breeze. a. declining moon Royal Chapel is- the first never materialized. -.
cars the-'bid-headed hills turesque, glimpse from. the and palm-lined stretch of the sign of what is in store for The Milot police'station...
|d there f -yoi'lU have a -air. Tourists used to the .new boulevard along 'the you at the little hamlet of provides you with ths trans-
"tter understandingg of the spacousness, and\ sanitafion- ocean front all help make Milot. The dome covers theiportation for the last leg' of
primary needs' rof the small of modem cities ,may be tak- your night at the Cap a night ..entire roof of the circular 'your voyage. For 1.50 dha t --
.ublic, reforestation and en aback at first by thd nar- to remember. church malkng it look ra- lars you can hire' a horse ot
at, r. You'canalso glimpse rowness of the streets, the .But you're wise if you re- other like a huge cupcake. mule to take you up the-tif
.e rich potd tial of progres- prevaiing odors, the age member you have a. date at' The parish priest tells you' mountain trail and, if yo
iveHaiti -i thereen fields and decay of the buildings. dawn ... a date for a jour- that the original dome col- wish, an eager youngest
the Artibotfite Valley and But gradually the Cap ney- into -history. lapsed during an, earth- will accompany you on thd-
-t life-gitiifg ,river which Sakes on its- old, charm. Al 'Your report found Tou- quake in 1842 but was re- climb, carrying your lunci..
d, and itsw its- muddy most without effort you find :-rist Director Etienne in the. placed by President Vincent and cool drinks.
ath ihrQop the< bread yourself- quietly .visualizitg',.hotel lobby at 5.30 Sunday ini 1933 who was careful to
ilt of th(eiRvpublic;. .T.he' the, .bus4ng'.19th century morning, eager to be off. Inake it ,an exact replica. You once again notice th
aada I tanncQScj New 4rhe taxi driver, Raymond by However the' hew dome. is. pleasant absence of the utvi'L
Se cluter- ofCales,. each 'Wrld. the 'rlhrvig center name, stored a tempting no longer weather proof and ture-type, souvenir p e d
routided ,by. a'.bord.er of of shipping,; commerce and lunch basket in the back of 'the .priest sadly informs you diers who ,usually .flock a..
alanas, corn, and -coffee. .ggiety,... his Dodge and pointed it in that a tropical downpour;,bout a band of tourists. At .
Yo b.cl 'bhi'gb- against and But notH ng lin the 19th the direction of the village outside means a drizzle in- Sans Souci a little old lady,
oss-a dech d .range bf'oun Cen'tury could hiave compar- of Milot, side as well. sat under the Star Apple
ains-and hope tlat thA/sky ed with the modern'comforts Years of tropical wea- tree where Christpphe us~
c1temlain clear enough to of the Cap's. 1st class hotel,. (The taxi rates for the 20- other have also taken'their to pronounce h is legal
ye you an" aerial glimpse the Roi Christophe, run by minute trip normally are 12 hristophe's magi- judgments. Sh e had cl' .
Ki" :Henri CIhristophe's' the .charming representative dollars for three persons. If ficent palace of Sans Souci, garettes, postcard asnd caked
itade.lt.e peeping out of the of an pol Haitian-family,, Ma there are more passengers, btft there is an impressive and coffee for sale if yoe
blouds with all the unreality' dame de Catalogne. :Twen- the charge is 4 dollars each. dignity about the ruins than wanted them. If you didn't
of pan illustration of a medi-. ty-one rooms, all with pri- TheA/ee can be partially ex- nothing 'can obliterate. Its have a nice trip anyway..
valcastle'in, iour- child-' -dte baths, are located in a plained by.the fact that the graceful colonnades a n-d For the first three kil :-
ood book of fairy tales. lovely Spanish-style building driver must wait in .Milot high-arched windows over- meters up the mountaiitzPi.,
-,:t;A few .m nutes later you which is -beginning to0mel- for., six hours before the re- look the green plain. You the going is good, pdovfidin'
_e. captivated by. your first low with age. You'll find turn-to the Cap. 'The of- pass through the stately your saddle is O.K2 A Jee
lk it the Cap, its narrow a dining room with excellent fice of Tourism feels that entrance gates that were road has been carved out -odf'
ts -and picturesque build food, a fine bar, a swimming such rates are apt to hLandi- 6nce ,used only by King the hillside and if you'wishlJ
.-o gleaming against the pool, tennis courts and sdon cap their efforts in building Henri.- his Queen, his Eng- ed, you could pick a' frul'
Jh verdure of 'the surround a Casino. The latter, now tourist trade and tentative lish physician, and the high- salad along the way. GoJddi'
-. hills, far more lush and under construction, will in- plans. are underway to work est persons of the royal court. oranges,. bananas,, casb '"
iopical ;han ,-the green of, clude a dances floor and pri- out a less expensive trans- Even the small princes had nuts,, .mangbes, .. grenadincez'
e mountains in the Port- vate gaming rooms. The gar portation charge). to detour through the gite breadfruit .avocados, coc
tt-Prince 'area. dens adjoining the hotel are Your reporter, who ordin- to the right which would nuts ... all grow in profu-;
y:Asyou step out of your well-kept,.cool and full of arily prefers sleep to any take them to the Royal Col- sion. Mahogany trees pro-.
.lane at the airport, you are exotic tropical flowers. We other early morning activi- lee and its staff of teachers ride youth with shade as you
ed by a small group of might add, there are no big ty, lost his disgruntled air imported inembers of the. urge your patient animal
drivers and.guides, each mosquitoes. t as he watched the glowing English Lancastrian Society. past tiny cailles with coffee.
j.whoim manages towbe per-, Your reporter was met at' ball of fire rise in the east. drying in their front courts
-ve in offering his ser- the. Hotel by Mr. Eric Eti- The crisp morning air secmg A haunting air. of splen- ... past blooming -bougin-
-e without' the offensive- ,inne, an excellent choice for to bring' alive every sense of dor still surrounds the stones
ps so often exhibited in director of the National Of- your being as you drive of the huge 'palace that once (Continued on Page. 12)

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day -2th pnd showing, on-,
day 26th, Tuesday 27tfi, Week days 20 cents and
1WednescJay 28th, and Thurs 40 cehts. .
day 29th, is tie interesting .
and worth while seeing mo- Friday 30th and Saturday,
vie, Dec6mbdr 1st the film of
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Starring: 'ring Jean Marais, Odefte
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Agronois HeOing eg r e St...
6 BIa.zplis, wias humbly taking his accumulated c
Mzrprised to receive a'two- leave. it
".y celebration ofihis birth-' / -:0:- b
Sat internal of surprise, Mr. Everett S. Barker, au- d
lge events giyen by hisi editor for the American Gov- tl
..paay Wiends-on the Planta- erdineit, departed1or his,
tid, November 18, and 19. ne st in Quito,/cuador,
ehh.f*sciyTities included a 'Trsday, saying a regret-
eg b-bufifi -ditasor given fu farewell to Haiti qqd his
SMa i*.rs. Erik MN nin m4gfrienkds. We judge he .
SWS. gay \y 4c ig ar- had time to recover frim the
fspQa us andoe b i-g farewell bambochg
Jaaiedat.- the commapid of thrown for 'him at the Do-
Ifr, Mds:. BDon. ,Iag- .mond home in `La Boule
last Friday with 'Mr. Emile
-'---- Domond and 1 majorr Paul
4-If -;1 ts smile i, any in- Co ingtoq serving as'hosts-
dication: f a good business Guists' picduded, Mr. and,
irp, ftn succ 4ul was the Mrs. Arian Schmitt and
business trip of Gerard Allen daughter rs. pai Corving
ad-Ryni ,Fla .miibert who toe, Mrane M1rs Ii+e Mal
returned from 3 days in va Lagazy, Mie .Seretei Ce-
~uerte Rico Thursday. ." les ip, Mr. qg Mrs. J qcues)
''-:0:- Butterin,$>Ir. and Mrq. Paul
The aBriseurs, in the Rey, Dr: Aymon Chartier,
N.otb has a'delight for their Major and IArs. Tinpothde
r. eyes this p"st w eek-end. Paret, Di. Farris Russell and
king the .. historical pil- Colonel Ste Wooley.
'aee .'td the Citadelle --4: y.
er 'MIles Miar~e-Jo&se nd $fr. Kurt Fisher flew to
acqloe Nadal, -'Nicole Pqerto Rico Satprd y ...
e jour'ne and Mireille sue enoughto loot int:6
d the Archeological aspect of
ii. -""-:O'- thq neighboguring island ,
,Iast week-end' Mrs. Pierre q -.ig0;i- .
| .oy flew to Mexico City to Haiti" lost onpe .f, most
W-4 her mother and endeared foreignn diplomats \
haes, Ambasador and Frrav when- Dr. Ricardo t

,Wholesale Textiler Mr. 'tw years returned to his
al s ft a homeland. Mr. o was
Sh.y Mrs. 1tahmas, on accompaaied4 l hv i t beaut
-kis trip the States ful wife 'n .Riar&o Jr. Hi.
le many frpad h 4 1g
SgoMen e will retWpu&t $W4 Nuva
Maugaret All ce-d- date. I
ted the anniOeusary of her :0
'November 16th'iyith -:Mr. y U
ps M.I. and Mrs., a p
,~te, at their. lg iad a bpy gek .,. tkar .
t "d atMi thei o. e home in, Turgeau was the
'- o.o- setting for two su.pri. e pia-
Mr- John Burns, First Sec tea thjs week. Tuesd*
of the American E --Dadou Sendral was given a m
Am leicn EIe- super-surprise birthday par-
bCW6, is leaving on De-. ,
ty ... today it's Robert Des-
champs' birthday,' and last f
S evening.,a surprise party in
/ his hoqour ended at the '
Frisch home early in the
morning when the gang set
Soff on a trournee des grands
ducs' ...



... at El Raschbo W4eds.da
frp1 Page)
Refreshing, cha;IV zq j
Jeanne Bruce flew to Cipdai
Trujillo to enjoy her wee!
4ff (rom the, El Ranchon ..
epided. before the weekC2
ep4 that thqre wp no plcp
*e bqme apdd rtrn q4
the Vile Creole to enjoy the
remainder of her vaa.ion
During her visit to C. T
rea ay en~trtaiie4 .
ii. and Mrs. Von Hartz.
ArthR W. B.c.tel, Direc
pir of the U.S. Idpartmen
Apgiculture Ribber Planta
ion i; Mag fagq, Jeremie
Sff. i wee t attend a cot
frceac. i Cota Rica and
our rubber plantations in
Central America and Mex
io. Mr. Schtpl expects to
turn, to Haiti within -
month. .
Next Friday tennis player
from Jamaica and Puert
Rico will play the local star
in what ought to raise th
enthusiasm of every tennis
minded. individual in th
community. Look to you
daily newspapers for th
coming announcement.


Tamous since 1862

I.J F.

On November 18th in Pe-
tionville a baby girl was
born to Madame Gisele-Max
Grimawd, former Miss Vidux
The new addition weighs 6
and a half pounds.

Senator Marceau Desipor,
assistant director of l...-
Nouvelliste, is to. fly to New
York next week on a avoy-
age de same.n

aLa Ronden the French
i6'c .retly showing at
he Maontpamrnasse caused a
lI d shliocking sensation
vhen it was sh6nri through-
uti the U.S. Only iO n .Npw
'Pork did the good Cepsors
efuse it entrance. Thursday
iOrning the local filn 'cen-
orsi decided to enjoy a pri
ace showing at the Caserne
)esD4ipes theater ... after a
xal public 1 had packed to
capacity the theater in which
t is currently. showing. The
boardd of Cepsors apparently
didn't find it too naughty as
he film is still shown.
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.'. L ,- .C- ... .' .. ..4-e., .'*,,
SMiss BaraLa Slhttop, re- (J ..9v...
porter of Tiume Magaze, U.S. this weekl'afe r. -I4
spekt a few days thi week Mrs. Wilbur. Tei e who "
vacationing at Ibo ie. e- P 'arrived Wedines-d' i Lt '.4
gretdiully she caught friday's months heqith aip; .
plane.bacit-o the cold.rth. :0
-- :.- :4'-
Mr. Arsene Maglpie, See- e.
retart 'of State- 6f Wript,, -4bA4 .ill t i,. f. bla <
left Thursday on- a grad t, ..pg4* .y Jie h. l
tournee of the Sopthcheek- U. tsf .ff,#VeW W.
t ig public works and cpndi- eek C'siq qYol s 4 '
s tions. :4 h y wA sqg 1 4 hP:
-:0:- as. its director, and fly to
a' Mr. Etiehrn Moise, chief f U.S., Canada and finally ,
of the (Service du Controle back to Italy from whenceC
SGeonraldes Douanes t Sta- he came.. He is not sure
gtsriques" flw to San Juan his future, ip this wgrld t 2p ;
th;s week. day who can?

y night a bovtquet for fhe visiting General-. (See 1Stor'

It's lpsines as uqual these Tiose esteemed..memberiA
d dt"ys with Germany, and'i of .ort-au-Prince society .M.J
k Haiti losing na time in tf and Mrs. Preetinan' Agge.
summingg commercial reJations hon i retur.ned- from speS
with that country rer-estab- ing the summer in Eur
li'sed recently the ol Con- .'onday. Et j
slatee of H ar n Ha -burg. ,
e.T'e man chosen for the job. --0-;- "'
Sof Consul t this post, Mr..
. M .x ,apch.reao,'.fe U.S. a int aplenty at. B04i-
. Caravellen book shop, flew wen Field Tqqsday afternoon
to Germany last Saturday. when the plane from araw
Mr. Bouchereau in pre-war cas en routes to the. US.'
days occdpie4 the sqme post landed ... a itng its p ,gsen
San4 his knowledge of'the gers, an old-dtime fienq of
t German language api4 busi- Haiti whP was stationed
Sness a geqeal was indeed here as U.S. Public Affairs
, of great service to his coun- Officer for two qand' a half
Story. years, John Campbell. Johi
d was on his .way to "W in
n a ton after having. atqendpd a
P' public Affaiis-Offiers. Con.
$0 feience in Limap Perq. Ac
a companies by State egart
ameat, official Mr. H.gar'
The wires" between Gua- Spaulding, Mr. Campbell
s emala and, Haiti buzed was received for twenty min-
Sthis week with 'news of a utes by a group of friend
snew arrival at the Haitian who were informed 4; thd
e legation in Guatemala City. Inst miqute of his sh.rt stop
e" Charge d'4ffaires aO4 Mrs. over here. Mr. CampbellP
e Jean Coradin were blessed first words on arrivaLwere
r with a baby girl last Satur- .Nous sommes chez no.us'..%
e day. very haopy to be here even
t so briefly.



cipal of the Lycee aqd was
introduced by Mr. Clement
Barbot, Professoi of English
and Philosophy.

Mr. Echols included the
- ,World Frontiers* ,was pilgrims in his description
khe subject of a Thanksgiv- of the development of the
ling Day speech given at, the' great new world in the Ame-
Lycee Petion by James R. ricas and in the East. Great
Echols, Director of Courses bodies of land, rich min-
'aIt the Haitian American erals, timber, oil, and many
'Institute. Mr. Echoes was other (things were discover-
' presented to some 200 mem- led as the .Great Frontiern
hers of The student .body by developed. New nations de-
'Mr. Edner St. Victor, Prin- veloped Haiti, Mexico,

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MO-W. Ard, &. F

iHaiian Americm ,
lasiUule Officiadl lives
Speech At Lycee Pelion

the United States, Canada,
and many others.
Today the growth of this
great frontier physically, has
stopped. There is no more
land to discover, nowhere
else to move. However, this
does not mean the end .of
aWorld Frontiers., This pe.
riod, said Mr. Echols marks
the beginning, of great, new
frontiers social frontiers.
The United 'States today is
hard at work attempting to
Isolve the great social prob-

S---- l y r ieD .ECEMBE. 6TH".
7- I H (CoinuedfromPge
the first of a s.eri.of.nl
IinSl Usm V __ftCin 'that the GoY cr m
"- -' r "" -" construc w t; .tr
S "- "^ 7- ,-. ', on progra't e06
,_wage earn. N
he wodgis T ne

S:' :also under wey, and
,-.. ,. -;. f .g,-s o p .of build .,ings
"94 -" 1
trem y- r endoa j^; ^ ready .finishedlt aebeing ad
Se__d 10 'more, a school, -a la-i
- .. -a 'nd several, water cl
(*' sets and .showers.,- The la
est buildings. are under
S.directiof of the. Depatm.e
.\!, !,.B... ^R ', ~ PublicW,.i anad wi
-,- ... .f-. finishedd I e end
-t B s Sonth; '.'.. .L i-'.
M S m ..... ... ..... '"
ai ..:.'. i
.' .. ... ,, e,. i 1 at ~.a iSa einu. thr
iWhether.yur, .first Clipper fligt ties :on a .- ,'a La S n .l.
hour or carries you complexly around th.word tofMe a
--you 'will notice immediately b.nily litt i, l also be mnag t
T-ouches o :thoughtfulness and .hosptlity whi ,,.: December h toiherU
.have .won so loyal a. foblwig ani g liater.;" the. canteeg f.ai'.eschol. ^
tional travelers. At the tcketcounter and a- .
eagerness to please. " .
port. too-y ,u ,w ,lI be . . '-
SFor nearly a quarter of a century, P n Aimerice These,,maife~ions
ha been studying and learning each last det. *' ', the i'ratio.'f
whih ca a t a,p ,a-,ssengers fm e.c ', ,iioriator:sled a
joymet,. From, this vast.j Dc ..g ene D :' A, \:. ,'-' . .., ,._ .' ,., .- h
e e today staa 6hih ..ma by theYdraudic Ser
'assure you a pleasanter; more memorab tbip . ,, ..o'e, treatment- or the .
in every way. am' inatk'.io;6f .the .watre
TO u.S.A. EUOPE SOUTHAMERICA / Su Brres'andthe.
MEXIC WESTINDIES AL AMERICA *ical openingg of the La
FRICA AUSTRALIA and thej FAA EAST tory installedoin the ground
You can "flyPAA" almost anyw re-t-o any oEf of the: xpo.ition by, t
83 countries and colonies. Yo w be amazed at ame erice. the pubq
the wide choice o( routes, destinations and ,sts., adlinnistratibn" for arialy
For reservations, your Trpe Agent or -ornsumpti
..... .1 ".,. Spec.al' .ere onw es .
,'mark on h k or 6th
; ,:'.estotion" othe olda
".io "^" -B...^" A-": dtal of Port-ai-Prince: '
Ps .S5 eC. mste i i iptot nthis
S PERIENC , .ical .on umentsin the .C
S: -'..'. ,'.- " ":,:.'' -:,"" l. ,[ The Chi" State"
.,-. ...en. t eday.yg.nd to
6 t. t.r .,h

lems of our age internal the other hand there a.
frictions among the niany great social problems.
groups who make up thd nomic problems, and a
United States, and interan- ural problems to be met am
itional frictions among the solved.- In all- these field^
many nations-which make up leach and every idividual
the world. important. We can e
The challenge of these pioneers of as much, if no
new world frontiers. is a more, 'importance than th
challenge to Haiti' a well Pilgrim fathers who met
as the United States and the first Thanksgiving i.
other people .of the world. Plymouth, Massachusetts. i
Haiti is becoming known Mr., Echols closed with .
for its art, its writers, its quotation from. President
folklore and its music. On Roosevelt. To you as A
ricans,' and to all people whli
dedicate themselves tod
making. of- a better worl
I say: -The only limit toou
realization of tomorrow wll
f be our doubts of today. LI
us move forward with a
strong and active, faith." "-
SFollowing .the speech .
number 'of students gav
brief formal statements bi
fore the assembly to express
their appreciation andi'
terest. Mr. Echols then,
ited the' classes of the Lye"
-.. ... "-- with the Princpal anti Wi
S, several-of the%.professors. |


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Auricultautl Eolaia .re ,
At University
Of Wisconsin

S Se vevaftly representatives
,"Jr.- from 37' countries are meet-
ing fpr six weeks with Uni.
ea.itStates agrietihbirl lead

*" ':'- "r hblems aq the University,I of
.-Wisconsin, in Madison, Wis
i-lbby'Jeager wearing continue on to Canada and congi.. Probems related to
S"on 1the right side. have a look. t .their educa- land use and land owner-
Whis ,is week yards tional system after Puerto ship are being considered.
,all '4 ici.. ,that its a .Ri .. Subjects discussed include
li ew .-fashion creation ... or -0- how to:improve agricultural-
'tnmble ... he will quietly Engineer .Raoul St. Lot ,marketing techniques, how
Winfqrm you, that it's the Re- diis week by Presidential to get better farm credit sys-
pblic s largest current boil. Decree was appointed for an )tem, and what can be denE
.. '. ... .-:- :' additional two year ,period about outmoded land temire
:' -afe iano bosses Count' o..the Board of irctors of systems.
pri and, uiliardpo 'the,Developient of hie Ar-
1-'ew -.-M aOaa. thu ib 'te Valley proje. In a statement on the con-:
Whonu) -h eCt ill cohi. Fridy. ference, U-S. Secretary' of-
Su 'tb PaTis and returnn Friday' morning at 10.00 State Ddan: -Acheson. said:
1Iete in' Februiary*i Mr. de the new Prefect, Mr. Marc .,(For millions -of people in
P61 'will be back next week. .Nhoun,,was sworn into of-' the world, "there 'is no more'
-:0:-- fic& .. prgent' problems ,thah* the
s' Andre Aubry, son of -:0:- impoverishment resulting
M. Joseph Axubry .:will "'A panel of three Haitian fr-tm primitive methods of
5Zrwed,. (ile 'Paula Chatelain, American Institute, students, cultivation of the lahdrundqr :
d te+r of Judge of "the Su-' Mr.' Vidton Bg'rnSt;-9 N For- antiquated systems of land
r e'mC on Thutsday, i .ecein- Joseph, President of the Stu- conference is worth wide-
ite h atl the Sacre Coeur dent, Activity Club of, the In spread attention because this
'urgeai. '' stitute led':a discussion on project: is 'aiirst-rate exa~y
', :0:-- aHtiami.-Culture n Salle pie ,of peopletto-people di-.
SThe GCounsellor of othe Do- ;tEric Neff4ast Monday night. plomacy. The conference' is
ca' Embssy, Sr. Uribe "'Ti, discoasion, chaired by a. genuihey constructive; ful-
,.tas this week "was re- Mr. JaOnes R. Echols; Direc- fiKment df tle spirit of.the
edf by his Government tor' of Courses .at the Insti esoluti6n on" 'land reform
.appohied tdo a- high of- tute, became intense as v-ar hici 'hae 'be&ei idoited
he aine r aelry. ,' ous students expressed their within the past year by the
M"'k Andre' Roosevelt, comnictions regarding 'the United rNativ.' prnon, e .
r-st;,we of Ibo Lele's man- ,futurYe % Ij. :ny felt sei biyan a ore recently by
e. eided.her' three week that a. new Haitian culture the Economic and ..Scial'
yac"ron here Thursday ands was develypjng which would Co il.. .
It el tothe U SUrs. Fe .
., r b. "th t-eJ '. Aftet the coieftrence, a
'" i niisc Mr. Thenodre 'that the culture. of Haiti g ro up of rep esen'ttives
aer returhcd from. San would' be pHimarily Trench. fro6m.25 coduqtries' will con-
athis. wek. afiy T-eg Haiti as. the tinik -~I.tyiig, land-tenure
S-:0-.- ...;' ;.outgowF of -numerous in- subjects ,for a year at the.
Off to delve ihto the'pro-0fi 64-s and cultures, -none. University .f -iscnsin.
ems of education"' in the of w,"ii could be said to The U. S. 'Economic Cooper-
gliouring island, Puerto predominate. All 'realized ation Administration (ECA)
-on a-four month -Uni- t.e treiendous; potential of and the U. S. Technical
Nations grant 4s Mr,, .Haiti in the arts, agricul- Cobperation Administration
kei Louis,. Director 6f ttrxre and; economics as it' (TCA) are co-sponsors of the
.on. o f Enseignement met its problems and grew. project. ..
daire. Mr. Loais" will quantitatively.

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last Friday on their tour of (Continued fr m Page 7) visitor with their discipline.
last Friday on their tour of The Citadelle guides will
the Americas made the fol- The Citadelle guides will
lowing statement du a villas ... until you reach a tell you that four men ... the
seeing with His Excellency place called Cabaret. first rank of a platoon ...
President Magloire: At this point your report- marched over the parapet.
re was hoping to spot the And it was probably because
It is fitting, and it is cer- Citadelle just around the Christophtl was too busy
'ttainly a pleasure, to begin a corner ... but ruefully learn- talking to his distinguished
Latino America tour with a 'ed that he had just -reached British visitor (Admira 1l
visit to Haiti, whose history the half-way mark of the ride Homepopham to give the or
exemplifies so well the inde- Jt wasn t the twohour ders to halt their advance.
pendent spirit of the West- stretch on horse back that Each of the 300 odd can-
emrn hemisphere. Of course, bothered him...your report- nons at the Citadelle also has
ao onie sliotld come to a er once spent a short train.. its story to tell. Somie fired
country as beautiful as Hai- ing period with a certain fa- on Bonaparte's troops in
S'ti d stay so brief, a time. inous alight Horse Brigade. Spain ... some were part of
I feel certain that I am speak ... but there is an eagerness England's claim to might.
L ing for my colleagues as that grips you as you turn Others were French and if
well as for myself in express- corner after corner and yo'u look carefully you will
Singour deep regret that we climb over rise after rise. see the coat of arms bf Louis
cannot remain in Port-au- Your reward comes after Quartorze on one brass can-
Prince long enough to be- a long assent at Carrefour 'non which has a butt form-
come acquainted with your when you fling around the ed as' the head of Jupiter.
"' Capital city and the officials corner of a steep trail and You stop a minute before
bf your Republic. We in- catch your first close-up the grave pf King Chris-
tend to spend the brief time view of one of the outstand- tophe and offer up a prayer
at our disposal learning all ing feats of engineering his- to the man who helped break
Sthat we can about the mainy y tory. It's threatening, for- the chain of slavery for thou-
Unites States Haitian co- midable ...* and from. this an- sands of his countrymfien.
k Operative projects which are gle has a look ot a mighty Here atop 100-foot 'high
r b being carried on now and battle ship plowing through walls, you .realize the mean-
'.- about Haitian aspirations in heaven and earth. ing of independence and
the field of economic devel- realize, too, that 'a visit to
opment. A short while later you the Citadelle La Ferriere is
Un.e, f are more .impressed than one of the greatest rewards
The United States friend- even with its solid structure in coming.to Haiti
Sship for the Republic of Hai when a guide shows you a
.ati w traditional, sincere, and powder magazine that blew'.
1i deeply rooted. As legislative -"0 when stuck by lightning.
.representatives of the Ame--pThe cxplosiqn didn't even TO RENT OR FOR SALE
| .i an people, we want to'ex- make a dent in te stone .
press that friendship in the! stronghold. It was the sec- A two-storey brck house
!, fullest meassne of. our c.- ond bolt out of the sky that at Deprez-Bellevue with 4
operation. stritc th- Citadelle. In 1817, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spa-
lightning killed thd Gover. cious living room, galleries,
Snor. of the Fortress, Prince hot water, all modern con-
Noel,'who was the King's veiiences, lovely garden,
IL Witep Cruise Ships -brothqt-in-law. All;that was swimming pool and a liea
IVVis dil Hall r und of hbim an arm tiful view. Please phone
w ,as buried inside the- am- Charles Pic6ulet 5654.
touristt season parts in a big white grave. .
Jtri.agood-qne Now there. are numerous
arrivals lightning .-conductors posted HOUSE FOR RENT
{S hips carry around as p2rt of the gen- Large beautiful home in
lbargvi n erat programme to preserve Petionville fully furnished,
.tng toristss and lea- and repair this great ronu. most up-to-date convenien-.
S lov Travel Agency pent to .the birtli of a prbud ces. Contact -Haiti Sun.*
So. a .onk of iew Yor; htion -
S tently formed its -'. "
sentativ4e, 1Mr.. iT guides believe in keep HOUSE FOR SALE
Cator,- .that the fol-. iingth threpid of tuli tun- A mpdern home-located
ship are scheduled, iiog through .Haiti's jomnlt- at Desprez with two bath-
it Haiti: .December 11, tic history and thIy love to rooms, four bedrooms, one
.,-Ocean, Monarchs, De- exchangee their versions of closed porch, a large gallery,
cemabqr 25 -7- Queev of fact for legend. One of their living and dining room,
E* ;-: Bermuda,, January 22 -'. main targets is the fable that garage and wine -cellar, de-
*!Ocean "Monarch,,, Febrpary' Christophe let a whole. corn- tached servants' quarters, up
10 -- Veedams, March. 10 pan'y of troops march over 'to date kitchen and pantry,
-- aNew Amsterdams, June the:. towering 'parapet to selling at 14,000 dollars. A
,,..19. -7 Ocean Monarch-.*. '.heir deaths on the rocks be- fair price for a finq home
,* *....-. --.- ,' low in order to impress a ituch as it is.
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