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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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Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
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lccn - sn 95058138
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Technical 'aini

dates Fro Qa
. o. .
Th two workshops recently
constructed at the J. B. Damier'
i.tetute .under the supervision:
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of'French experts Marconi and
irrqg, ee rcal-.and mechan-
ical engineering is now being

U-N representative Raoul Ag-
ion at- the inauguration of the.
.iW sehoolm traced the history :,f-
ebhnk1al training in the repub-,
l -irom the, tme of 'li Chril-
foftinuwed on Page 14 Mr. Raoul j

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I V 4 Flights We<
SATURDAY at 4:25 p.m. to

Connections for NEW
i For Reservations and Information
Phone: 3313
Ticket office: Jos. Nodal & Co. Bldg.
Jos. Nadal & Co. General Agents
or see. your Travel Agent

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VOUMEII Port-au-inte Hait S DAY JA 27th92 N

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'Sev;ir.al. tek from now. also sed to. provide'authen- A-DOLAR- EARNING INDUSTRY. ,PE..
a..ewsrel. audibn.es through- tic Haitian background o QF .... j iiE
Ytthe Ukited Statesnwtilibe the, fashion disOlay. It's all .This, is a critical period in ists is a crime against their .: :.-

jltest fashions df the well anese* Corporation of Ame-, structed on solid foua- the police should intervene
oiroomed resort traveller- rica aimed at acquainting' tions or destroyed before it' ta"j
nd f thpastweek Hai- the pblicwith the travel n me of age. The Haiti STORES that jump prices
tians weie treated to- a first- qualities 'of, clothes made Sun feels that no time or ef- hbould also be made to real-
.'hand view of the newsreels of acetate, yarn. But hap-, 'fort should bespared -in edu- ize that 100 dollars earned
n' the'making starring three pily it will also - acquaint eating the Haitian people by unscrupulous; methods to-
-of the loveliest fashion mod- millions of 'American mo- on this simple fact: TQUR-ay may cu off-a 1,000 dol-
els in New York.. vie -goers, television view- IST DOLLARS MEAN A. lars..profiti the next toust
S.rs and magzne readers BTTER STANDARD OF sason. .such a long-
For four days' the hard- with the beauties of Haiti as UVING FOR ALL.. range comic view is, be-
oking camera team, the a vacation resort. Haitian o yond tbher comprelidnsion ......
Eiot brothers -shot still scenes will appear. in- full-. TAXI DRIVERS who perhaps heavy penaltiess for.
,itCheaUiid hundreds .of page. fashion displays' in take unfair advantage of the -unfair price jumps is the'
et of'mpe fi -i-at ',Thor such well-read magazines as. newomers must realise that answer.
,d E ItanRcho, theSt. a,-rper's Bazaar, by crippling the ;tourist i Cont-i I eoi Poge I'
rantisd .PuP r- A white ha-I i atn et i.
Sahisas, dou roy.Pth aell.aqe r omerpor Day and stryctoday they are cutting g.A wh4eh,"
ce, ,thme E sition a-dt LaaeE-wer i alls the Sat"rday ffthe hain d that could pro- Pd Ysry ed gentleVowtith -"
f ortf. -Me' a ad e Egl. deew s ig Past. e vido nn e ap oa ppoe^ their o thf p hi
oans -woe and gardens was. uaContinued.. Page 7) selves and their families to.- I l ao be e appearance ,of an old-time-
'and .iew. o th nesel o attmorrow.a Includsihg b ae eu statesman wil regretfellyl


T:4 The small band of Afodels, Phbtographer4 Stylist and
k. .Executives who will bring thousands of people the
A,,: world .over to know something of Haiti. Greeted above
S.at Bowen Field on arrival by Director of Tourism Guy
#Douyon, Albert Silvera, and Mrs. Vinton Burns.
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E"50 Haitian Paintings
Exhibited In Guatemala

|7 Cultural circles in Guate-
S'mala have enthusiastically
'..welcomed the exhibit of 50
S.Haitian paintings which was
erently opened in the Na-
.$ional Palace in Guatemala
:ty. Among the works. al-
y sold is Castera Ba-
le's "Bal d'autrefois, which
purchased 'for 75 dol
Continued on Page 12)

Professional Globe-
Trotters Visit Haiti

At cMon Reve ,for a .10-
,day stay are Professor and
Mrs. Lawrence Martin, who
have combined their journal
istic careers to beconie a
team of ardent globe-trot-
ters. They have been on the
go for a dozen years and
their spirit of adventure has
shown no signs of abating.
(Continued on Page 3)


. Pedro Vargas, the Bing bid farewell to Haiti tomor-
a. VAGABONDS AND Crosby of. South. America, row. As' an artist Eelco C. .
BEGGARS must be made to kept the crowded Cabane Leegstra will miss th6 co our :
realize that pestering tour- Choucoune on its toes Thurs and picturesque quality of
day night with spirited ren- the Hairiah people.-and their,
Dr. Price Mars editions of such favourites as homeland. As awfather M
,OpenAg Talk At C ,,Tu Solo Tun and ,Pobre Leegstra will miss the cork.
peth Talk At corazon,,. pan of his son Dick, his g :.: I
Ethnology Institulte His Excellency President cious daughter-in-law, ',
The dean of the Hahtian Magloire was present in the their lovely home in Pacot.
intellectuals, Dr. Jean Price enthusiastic audience that Both Mr. Leegstra- and .his
Mars, gave a brilliant lec- gathered to hear the Mexi- wife agree that three months
turze last Sunday morning at can ,cchanteurn who has just in Haiti is not long enough
the Bureau of Ethnology, wound up a triumphant tour and they plan to return-in .
the'opening event 6f its aca- of Central and South Ame- the future.
demic, years. rica. Meanwhile Mr. Leegstra
The eminent' historian re- Pedro who arrived in has a portfolio full of water
viewed the various books on our Capital Wednesday colours ,of. Haitian scenes as
the racial background of the certainly has had no time a moment of his visit'...
(Continued on Page 10) (Continued on Page 10) (Continued on Page 2)
Test Engineer Gives First Hand Description of Haiti
Swiss Pianist's Concert at

For a first-hand detailed
description of u'Beautiful
Haitin, step'right up and
meet tall, dark and hand-
some Leslie Canez, test en-
gineer with International
General Electric.
Leslie hails from Port-au-
Prince, which is the capital
of Haiti. Port-au-Prince,
with its population of ap-
proximately 125,000 persons
has many beautiful new
buildings and is-the first spot
that visitors from the Uni-
ted States ask to visit.
Young -people in Haiti
(Continued on Page 10)

... for Leslie Canez a
thorough knowledge in the
field of electrical engineering

Cercle Port-an-Princien

The Cercle Port-au-Prin-
cien was extremely fortun-
ate to obtain the Swiss pian-
ist Elisabeth Zunppinger as a
highlight of the 'winter cdn-
cert season. The noted -mu-
sician gave .an gaveanextemely au-
thoritative perfoi-mance Pri-
day evening before a highly
at)preciative audience. Her
programme was *varied but
preponderantly light, rang-
i n-g through Beethoven,
Schubert, Chopin, Detsy
and Liszt.
(Continued 'on Page 3)

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accurate sketches he made of thm of the country. His n
mountain cailles, harbour t u r e realistic approa
' scenes, the Petionville mar- comes from years of eqp
ket and local peasants.. He ence and he .paints at gu
hopes to work the sketches speed.'
over in oils when he returns The 61-year-old paia
to Holland ... enterpreting was born in Amsterdam'
Haiti to his fellow country- sonof a noted artist and
men. terior decorator. At the a
"," of eight he picked up
Those who viewed the father's brushes for his fi
Dutch artist's work during attempt to put something
his brief exhibit at the Cen- canvas and as soon as
Sie d'Art this week corn- finished his schooling,
'mensed .on his ability of erftered the Netherlands R
catching the light 'and rhy- 'yal Academy of Beaux A*

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Age tf rUPI euweoefuet1muss pnzding to al5 als
A e w1 gtedly help, W plan a.fri| to pni
Sand co.iies. Yqu will'be airazed as
S' 'a iho aB qo des teiasi a cnd costs.


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'lation-type .CippeTS*. Reduced 15-Day," Round-
e- E in effect.also low

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rip'ices to aprnbpa ue n tie"

wa.r.. ht-Sason, fares, qr subslantial savings on your
thp ., .r' sercet o rn New York., to L.don ,

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His interest, in. ceains, .
iower, has cntmiad o.- *
,qbated. He has made an ex-
tetisive"study'of the .wofk th&.
t'Engish people. have dbne i :
that field and, is active', in
his homeland as adirisor -to .
"the Didh cceramiic.'in dustVy.
The Leegstras arrived here
three months ago, via 'New :
-Ybrk and ,Miami and they
fund Haiti fully up' to their
'expectations. Mr. Leegstra
feels'. ait ,has done a lot to
gve, our small republic th .
recognition .it eserg, and:.
'ie complimented Dewitt Pe- '
'trs in his campaign to. bring..-!
-the works of Haitian artists
beforeLthe ey.esof the world.
-I added. that he was also
rtrateful r Mr.. Peters for- al-
lowing himr to hang his'
Works in. the Centre. 'We
might gor on to ay ',Thank
you, Mli. LeA fa for the oP-
portunity to see them.,

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His teachers -included some At Aux Orchidees writer who stayed at Aux.
of the most famous art i,- Mr. and Mrs. George Orchidees for some time last
structors of the day. Wr. kow of New York for year.
After graduation., lr. 1 i dasw Mrs. Wronkow is
ia- Leegstra turned 'his talent t o .Cfesponlnt f or several The delicious Chocolate
illustration and graphic art. European newspapers as well R BOOLAX
e.- Being Mlie lqa pacifist, as for Canada. AX
i the artist did eos reach for They .say. that of all the brings relief overnight. -So
a gun in worWlj war I, but Caribbean Islands they find' take
te remained at. his drawing Haiti the most interesting. BROOKLAX 0
t Jboard iMusta.tiag' articles They .were sent by Michael, to-night and to-morrow
is- for a leading political week- Berry, noted illustrator and you'll be all right.
age ly in Holland. These ilhistra-
his tions brought him tecogni- e ee e e we
rst tion throughout Eurote and b FRESH CAMELS -
on soon his work was being re-
he produced in other nations FLOWN IN BY PAA
he including Belgium and. Eng-
to- land. In 1916, he married I
rts. a fair-haired Dutch lags 9 '
'from the town of Denhe der. l
A year.later their only child-

up with a gte t' appreciation
of- art but chose a business
career. He is now manager' '
of the Cqracao Trading
Company hete in Haisi, and
o' e of, his father's staunchest
admirers. wrwo

him. many honours at home
as well as abroad. He was
c hosen by the Dutch.govenn-
ment tor deco'rate 'the pride c
bf'the Netherlands fleet, the '
SS.S. Orange which was launn.
.ched in' 1938. "e had nu-
inerou'sexhibitit0s, in Am-,
sterda -,: ind Brussels, tra-
yvelliqg- frequently to fi' ,

During the 'asi war heBUY YOUR FRES
found himself-in', the plight' TODA'
of manj othir Bitorpean ar-b C O T Y ,F
*tiss ... unable to get.mate- -'
brues away ti s
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SVNDAY, JANU ARY' 27th 9..- '..

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3LE'S HELP BUILD A DOLLAR Professional Globshee SUPER "-I

...(Cntinued from, Pige 1) td such .l-og-ra ge planning, (Continued from Page 1) Another Sekvant For Your Hon
S The government invts. Their latest junket ... .. which: '.
:dn .q expensive' .advetising. began in Septemberf. '9'M.'i1L. I-
'COMMISSIONS paid to campaign' to bring .thou- thO ek'temithrough 11 Eo- '- ,
.."those who lure tourists, intb gands Sf. visi tos to o'.Re- peah. countries .-before they,.
-.stores or hotels should'not public. Tourist agencies al- boarded the 'Stella Polarism '
I;T.e tojerated-l. Such bribery so do much to pro"amole the, "for a trip to Haiti.
Fonly adds to the ..unscrupu beautiesof' Haiti. ,Viit6 Befot~ he beganhis travel
,iows tactics of those .. w ho habv enjoyed' diir, stay ni.arathop, -Mr.,, Martin| . B,,y
t upon our visitors and return home to tell : their was Assistant Editor for ,
-should be halted, if neces. friends,. Ypou must .take a. Coronet,- Equire and Ken -.
scaryy by law. tri to Port-au-Prince, You'd minagazines.' In addition he# "

S RIRrVAT' VEHICLESwhileadvertising can be nul-' rial writer for the Chicago. .
'ulId not allowed' to lified if our people'are not Times while.doubling as Pro.
ppe te p ,lve.hicl e in -educated properly reg~rditig 'fessor of English and Jour :' ..'
npeyng 'for ,ie. tiit fhe. treatment of- tourists nalism at Northwestern EOUnil .+ mun se '
i -Tadxe. Tad drivers must be once they resch our soil. A versitt. After 17 .years .
ected f sUch unfair going amber of -our conducting classes he mar-.
p ces if*'te ip'to tmi army"of taxi.chauffeurs real- ried his favourite journalism' See it at BOUCAIAD .& CO. t.e &:ort
am.a ece standard of ize this.- And we feel they studentet (she- was the firs t. a.a si. ,
"jrates.for thei-.p ass.'gets. '.woQuld respond eagerly:- to woman editor of the -Daily
., '. heida of'special classesof-' Northwestern) and togetherr |
|;, 'F.A..I IR.+.'feri~on rete.. instrut.oons ..b.ey set off to see' the world.l. 9 T KO '
MEA i$ ,FAIR; PROFITS. dnc how, to promote the :plire years ago they; wrote a' F I e c instLr o h U ILV I ,
By .' 4ntelligent,.'hatdling of growth o.f he tourist indus- 'book on .their Mexican tra- .
our gowig tourist indus-. try ..'h to handle diffi-, vels, a ., no .Mrs. Mar- .'.., ..
itr 'there ca'..lea b t. in cult situations (any cab 'driv- tisa *"s i temrplating; an .
.ticome Jfor :1 ho 'come' in er can tell. you many a 'vi i -ter to toi entitled '
tact witlire ,vifors tor can'be difficulty ) ... how .Vite.- reh Hat .
as a'resultth&keRept Oi i;makthe sispcous tour- Yur ile. t sounds as ;
ic .can',look, forward to in. istreii-e he is ettinm ood though it would make nter- .
Sing' proseit But on. e vice for his dollar testingg r'eadng..
...Aeasing ,9.%..-But..e g-I, ,
ritf, EACH NDiVIDUAL Wheu he realizes that he .' .
.bOE HS PART,.. .. cwill* cbme back again. I '
.. ... .. Talent Search For
S, I ...... S. ;Caribbean Festival .
--i^iBr'tn~r'^' -' -~ fl "*'\, LA'L4-^ ,:-^ '^M &. .^ '""-\,.

terca' Prt-uuPrncien a' wel as inZitich, Paris, Madame Elizabeth Lekis,
(Continued front Pagd -I ad1 ober musical centres. Professor of Choreograph
SIt Was at the Fraziz Liszt Her world-wide tours have -at the University of S
Royj'* Academy at Budapest 'taken her to nine South Ame- Juan, has been spending a'
.hat the' "talented. nusidan rican countries as .well as to fw days in Port-au-Plince1
-ift began her serious stuiy Africa and' the nations of- the in search of Haitian talent
Sthe ~piano, Later, she was Middld East.': Port-au-Prince for the Caribbean Festival
Sstuderit of Edwin Fischer was lucky 'indeed to play to be held next August in
Bniierlin and.: of the noted host td6such a distinguished the Puerto -Rican Capital.
"pompser Alfred, Cortot in' artist-. We hope- she shall -The Caribbean Tourist
rwse- As all great artists, be able to make a return' ap- Commission has given Ma-
hje totired Europe giving .pearancp soon. dame Lekis the job of sele&ct-
ing artists to be -representedi
at the Festival which will fea
ture the cultural achieve-
ments of the people of the'
SCaribbean region. We mighty
add ,that Madame Lekis hast
come to the right place for

her talent hunt. And
have no doubt that I
will be amply' represe
when the Festival o
next summer.

SThe Haitian delegation at the Sixth General Assembly of
the United Nations in Paris- From left to right: Ambassa-
, dor to France General Franck'Lavaud, Preisddnt of the
^delegation; M.M. Nemours Pierre-Louis, Dantis Belle-
Sgarde, Max H. Dorsinville, Joseph Jdrdme fils.


Comfortable house with 3
bedrooms located in Petion-
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a.m. any day.

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Warfarin is the most
useful racticide yet dis-
covered, for there is prac'
tically no danger in its

Why harbour

rats ad I

mice? Buy today a pack.
age of Warfarin FIN-BAT
the Phramacie Telema-
"ie Bldg. on Grand'uae.

FIN-RAT is not.i for
sale in m iany sitres
throughout Haiti.

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'HAITI JOURNAL ('The Atomic Bomb of Rad
HAS 22nd BIRTHDAY and Television
Public Relations

Our 'belated but
birthday congratulati
the Haiti Journal
was 22 years old las
day- We offer our
league Marcel Salnav
compliments on his
prisiqg Daily and wis
continued progress an

must be


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st. Sun-
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440 East 56th Stree
New York 22, N. '
Murray Hill 8-08:
In P-au-P.'
January 21, 195

sh him An Open Letter to Frieni
id ti Joseph
Haiti Sun,
' ort-au-Prince, Haiti.
--- Dear Pal:

( I read with pleasure an
genuine admiration you
I worthy and enlightnit
P.r9dy of last Sunday at
a 1 fel truly honoured ti ha'
deserved so'much of yoi
personal attention.
3 Be it as it may, I a
urged to say. my little pie
too for ..-know you'll I
port enough'to publish it


Entering the already
crowded newspaper- field
this week is the voice of the
* Excelsior football club. Di-
rector in chief Gerard Rou-
zier points out that. this
10 newspaper (a wpekly) will
be open to sportsmen of va-
rious degrees who wish to
be heard through the press'
et, ... fair play will be observed.
21 -:0:-
Firestone Makes Special
2. White Sidewall Tires
For President
a Not so long ago there was
a thorough search of the city
for five new 890 x 15 white
sidewall tires for His Excel-
lepcy the President. The
E search was in vain, there
id were no rires of that type
ur and size to be found here or
gL in the States. But when
ad Firestone got to hear of this,
ve a bit of quick cable work
llr soon had the ,head office
back in the Midwest of the



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To answer you, most worthy
I break my silence, cenobi-
My amour proppre is sadly
bruised, .
To find my humble self ac-
cused .
Oh being, an Atom -Bmb ..
yi.thout a fuse !
wih ,

MAYFLOWER cake .. ..

mixes are the only 0

mixes that are really "

fiily prepared...

even the icing is included m every can.
And now, th the Bew i! cD packig, Mayflower "ixes
ach youat ite pea pf freshness. ,

.S.issue an of ra sp- .Mayflower Contpns all the Milk and all the Eggs... a -i
cial run of -five tires to be *-. -
made for Haitis Pzesident. !cmg, too. Golden Cake an4 Chocolate Icpg; D
Food and ValaWlacig;White Cke Chocolate IA *S

American Architect Courts Agents ronlif S.A.
Haitian Architect ... Phone 2694
A sensational tennis match e e "'ee
of international flavour stir- '
red up the down town courts Do you velunder the shadow"
yesterday afternoon ... the -. 1 .
result, at .this writing is un- of ALAU"IA .
kidowh bi.t interested per- "
sons bay discover, by glanc-
Ig ovei tbday's New York
AQ~ r~iA. lpe S5f

I'.. ", No*w e ttngdst
SNo getting down to ger list ... if the name K.
brass tacks : whether I"'tee Perry is on it then rest
se'l imposed interpretation ssur that the New io-
ofr awe the people of Haiti'su dielf teni:,s played r -w '
hopes and e pectations, i tsin hG ,_is c_ tte,- &
; keeping with. their real feel- 9d ffaticin sportsman 'and...-
sp ort n a o .n. S .a .d Dr n H .
,.. .. ,ings or. not; whether the archte Ror ssan.
S grapes are sour or not; whe- Fa nous 'e'et e ;
jj .her your K NOCK, as we felt it his sportsman duty A.
tsay: It back home, is a boost (be anticipated winnng) to
,or not; All that, in the gen- lvcae hn w r atg th
hisaeh i ew room at the
eral scheme of things, is ud- o Leje i 'h b Ow- .
FF-.. .Ibo .ee if he -beat the own- ,.
import ant ra .|
\V.hWAt is outstaidin& and' w. .
important is the fact that 0-i
Waxing etial, and you as- I 1: ,
F a oe ]rom under her very nose, 1

ou you ever find your Whopping in Store No.. I of

you sure eepfknow your stuff compt 4d persoi pa ta fr '' chests
when it comes io spreading p 0.
ii on thick, with eudng Manfactured by imperial CheicatPhrmceuica td
fumes of....S.. S .ane .:: Distributrs I H.lti-TRAN.Wd.fl T C. .'
4,eall; and I, if not as an Atom -
Bomb, at least as an old pub- e
licitv man KNOW that that --eOnly at elargestfactoy
Ang bewha ;he pqbltjewnts
SPantal Bldg., Grand'Rue. Phone 2684
Y3 ap; will find the exquisite. designs kp4 suppt q qq fy i !h OGANW ae
ut oFOR SALE o p as w dl aso theW lan s ush and i'isal RP These alm gods arem
Bro.en steering nrod of rtpp d to. the most excu-ive stores throw' ughAq t t .
war- time jeep. 'Apply Haiti (No commission p o' taxi rs.
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Located: Opposite the
: National Bank

57 Rue des Miracles


Wf ... is the talk of the town
Its 'a chic little shopc :. k,
an., .with interesting items
'red especially for the Xmas g
7- hunter. All first qu.i
,Na.en merchandise fc.
the States.-
I Cocktail and evening ba
evening stoles, lovely so
res, jewelry, charming gi
shower curtains, garme
bags, -Hot dishes, for ba
and many useful items f
the home. All reasonal
pr.ced. '

Rue Pavee (next to Knee
Hours 9 1 p.m. 3 6.
Sat: 9 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.

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SOuOt new deparent wich has just opened on the
S firs floor, ha a wle vanity of gifts come in and

,See for your s -- -' .. ,. "- HIRE : ."

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A .* and Curio 'hop. ..

Sto .. l ". t : i

qualty Aerhnise te. iI .i. ,

Ors new- HIh Es thetc ieal Gifhs

.30 -hop n o if SthoP
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114 10 .e oe-I i INOOL, Ih SERVCC.

..e. b i ock ," f o '. Distinct -ve . ..' '
q l OrPehanse at94-' I

(NoRI -- Teue c-4F 0( I B IOL ..|tel .

oty .LEA dAU5SAAF rLm' cO .

by' The""Little Old Souvenir Unsurpassed in Quality i '

.'...,doesn't look too inviting9

In socable prices ... I.. I

(No.10 Ruew BarunentFo.ic haIuspnd CoOL KieNSCOFF"
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T. S -.3 hours ..................... $00.
SPOTS JACK S-in 4 hours. cost................. $7.00
'SUITS in hours cost .... ..... $15.00up
,: 2 hours cosy .................... .$200 u

:''ady-made:-- '
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.". '- 'Rue Magasin'd I'Etat. '.
S' Two 'shops from La IBele. Creole

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most delicious flavors in thie F'A ke
SIwd carry.the CariadaPry
hbel Name your favorite-. w
A i tda Dry makei a ,
Sit all the qality, purity ..
d -- sparked e that,ave made.
Canada Dry the first name in f
hseragea En oa bottle today.
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All flavors-
Popular Price,. 1

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WISE and I
By T. J. \

Mr. Desquiron, whose
uicken farm is advertised
t this paper, asked me to
rite a few limericks, Any-
ing to please an advertiser.
ere they are'Desquiron.


sweet little .girl from St.
sed to sleep. every night in
the Park.

Mhen I asked her why
he replied with a sigh,
'm afraid to go home in
the dark.D

another young girl from
the Cape
sed to gallop, around with
an ape.
hen I asked her why, ,
his was her replyv.

OTHERWISE advantage. His niece is a ten-
Grant der, innocent young girl.
Marcel is a gentleman. He
can't use a club or a cutlass,
Family will catch me and, as he would with a man. His
bury me.* weapon must be the fine,.
flexible rapier which is
The sixth girl was from much more difficult to han-
Port-au-Prince, die, yet deadly in the hands
of an expert.

And she has a face

When I asked her w]
She started to cry,
Anrd 'hasn't been seen
here since.

Silly writer, also.'


The following is
from an, advertisemei
lished by the Supreme
cil of the Knights-of I
bus in .the 'American
zine of December, 19

like a
Let me give you an exam-,.
pie. Marcel and I weke
hy, standing 'the other day near
the Bazar .de Champps de
'round Mars when we saw his niece ,.
come tripping towards us on
those little feet I so muckh-
admire. After the custom-
ary greetings, Marcel asked,
-, Where have you been?*
S, "To Paule Duncan's Beau.
i ty Salon,, she replied.
aI see it was closed, said :
quoted Marcel.. ,
it pub- xxx ;
,Coun- You see what I mean,
Colum- now ?
Maga- xxx

do like, to keep hinm in': '
shape-. 'aIn-a few score years, all
who read these lines wij
third little girl from Aux have vanished fro. the face "'U' lI
Cayes of theearth. ,
ed to flirt a -great. dal .
with her, eyes.- Every day, almost a'hun- t" Iao-'W of
ben I asked her why, ', dred thousand hiiman beings P
e murmured, "I try finish their earthly span and .
,see if I can't hypni ise.a pass off into the v.st be.
S ,, yond. wThat put. tirn will:
fourth lovly babe from come.' we, all .know, .but -
Jacnel, hen and 'where -and how
we cannot be s~e" -.'
ed to coveroher head with at a" s, ai: -
a b ell, . :...E nN T-p
b", '"thIey- ? ,
hen I asked her why, s -I
e:odnly said,A ND'lA.,

-ed so; ,ice rheo tIheaid she n DIS

e sajd,.AHucry.or my .id counterss p s e ,sat at a-.cis-. s.. .- ...
S -
ivereA S lorbe e P. T ..

hrye is ai. radio o
wek ,e e.r-4th.at'
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jere is'a radio

y Styled ...
ie very besc

t e5'u t if u 1-

rilliantly- clbar .. .
d fu-ted designed especially r. use ove s and AJEX
A-p i .. V .. .. V .4......
here rig since .recepto n; particularlyy., on short-, .. '
-aves, is "of prne importance. 'Grand Rue
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... : .- 19" .. .. .. ,.- H A T .. SU.N .. ..
.' .... " t.. '. L e .v s. is 1 U . ' . .'. 4- ; : ..."!% .- .:..

,- ... ... .- .the Television .
d t. eas ei ga. life, of. -ngin- BilU...ger. join
p hnda valeto ase. Rarely We seen ed foes with them to make
S".lic -no .cs anybody working harder. '-v c6nm' rc ias add shows.
"" stid "...a One model, dressed in' ac hic. He spent his spi re'time in.
a give .vote oftennis 'costunle,. patently Haiti,.pking up a 'keen
,i"nks to Steve ad" d spent, hours A indera i oit' knowr" dge of the country .
,and Co. for sun at Thorland hitting ten- .piel.e shoress ao his stay.n
nHiti as. the idea. nis balls while the, c .camera'. ; ' ,.T O
the fashion cam- cre siovle fore ther fe The yis aitis didal tave
S a,. Janaide and acactions shot; Lunch hour itn ile ingoia- from theee
Islands .- are l was forgotten, i' ,th bun- tme they ,stepped fro, the,
far as Cesdrt phor-s shooting sTheduleh. Sangd-. plane oa PI eek ago Sa r

otherss' recall-. ea- run. overseeing sit' adll welcomir g cocktail p PeTforuance! tcpnomy! Comfort! DeBueo!
sigreitiou-e tr aids wa,. is aeitwie Fri&en h slmera "'.n the evening o the a"j' 1TMM GAZINEs"
b ,Mrs Jane 4ace wh al, a good' prelude to-- 'a ''" *.
ien "tooe.k advan- came to An eri a tWo "t "isit to the ".Caban- l S :
t'6Pu ,.r snc at'.ands Y of'tSoud ashyon hourdina. the pomen, rom to f asishreltr ' e Lentrdnt:rM'e
ieraond iinds he ago and or carried the pidtu. co .n he. std eeiRofro mt e THE CONSU. a cairou n e- ..,
ty Jne Llps.w ta ie Walrice e Stikt' tels, w ineat on tpedoraoe cvotluonary sec*eatodtiong n
sec aded the siol "Hit Parae." iMrsc daj evening they were t' a"g 'V ,nnd is' ;;'
,6nfe-sing 'dhe had Wanace. began her faoaian ouf honour at a tock all.fite p wt ra e itee 'ed.tcnhelp yo relgx as y ride..
prc ai yds:to vi,,it th, -career shorlafterth close at theVintony Burns hpmwe i and braking give you imedit EO is also a, leader
gu e'land. 1e1e, BrI.ew, of orld WarIi urpon. ie'ea di.. .(M,' Burns, et and. --sensitive re- se ntbl time. ma t-ess w -.ine -.b y ng, ..'
.i.as thr 'Cela. dse'- dthe ah 'of e.~ firsb t husband- fdriner 'Sheelaght ,O'Mal le "r b..,ui t :. comfort see of u ,nee-ssary orna.entatio ., '-
oo it dl'Tuetnsdhih a good n prelude to- .. a. :. .. ,.. '
t e., ll s g.o'. .. '- 'the l r -bi e oe er ""h .,,c. f . n a .f : l .o e .. r, o o, .

Agency ptookd ian-s Pricame. Mitiier Ree yPlevens. st to thonofficiaba f-t gro sringg and built-in shck absor strength. Ask your rd a '
scite along. dTurs- She seved' ased the publicity di. Tuesday nigt W ebb Fran-th ers assure 'anpah riding in difficult for ful deals o' ii '5-tar car
faitrng whe paid a. teisit recto t'for Lucien LeLo.g 'of i ts held a soiree which 'Iast-$ 'i r
cet .Paris and te came to ew ed into the a. nhouirs. tsPP .enRD Product : .e *.i i
.e .iden Mg wee-.hours .. T."., ,-e. ... .eIo e, n L I L &.e w *ea "

sthe aded Ysork to be fhiareon cootina- the venorchids sered tt, Sole Distributo BEHRMANN
4'iaeqtId'n inaem- tor "on fs "k'"iftbth Avenue. ing wibe Ti Ro Rte gav I T 2124 - ..;,
S rtay in a.i ,t' ; The Elli t brothers, who w hi o concert on the Tambour.? e ee e d u ee
ni-n *d viablee call aiti heiw e ho e away -- '
t d..dyeris o tt frbm, hoaene agree.a that our a Wednesday the Elliot Jna r'o-i .l
"," "H ... "h Re vbic. is a cameraman s ers got poy'ame of filet a
P .u .incians 1 'e..iever hadf a hebit' of, i trouble ketr and shelagd makingg fromalley .
to say. -. gat .g.y idea ...P.-a diits...tgthe because t.f bad weather .th .skets of a couple of,
Nt.. heE charm 'of said Mikther And we defiite hdd-archawonds, then. returned to ''

odeb Crrol 'Wofl- he: cqw'movie. we begana huge charcoal fire on a near-
gge,-aW sgn t& sonele and4uesday. by6mountainside, the 'teak
wt l.ih&'lc .v-' ee boh a by was a huge success. .

Ifls vhawv abou it vrenLvate shpwitig 9f te uncorn- -'
ient-',gpe loiece behind plearisd fit at a cocktail O New edito thew eve of their de,
kr'g schedule in we fouksd it a knock-oat. The borchgades sea btf( suL
1tof the t cama, we h.. Frerei Ellitbrot herse about the concert on the 'Tambour, -
iis d 'o r nave-.notion best avllHaithlable cahomeramen in thirne f .ri tin Ha ".
'e ut, i Cnt who bad to. return to WAL E -2e1-14UN dstr- 't .r '.

gsidedigoth ot n -theplaneFridayt wir .
,'"~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~hi :""-"-" ;"'"+""","'"" cne "wasarhuensucein.. -Ha.iti. ,'t
!iar~ iste.".llaiv~ee.'oti -.'ebes m ,t he'i b o 'ca erdamenin-M .s J ng o in\ .t" "'h......
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..,.. ~a b0. ,. e rde sow ti..f he~nc m, + .- -rihg:', .wsS",."ev'e.El-


a Rue Bonnte Foi

"TIime" & Life

The Leading American

a very tender nose, the re-
stilt of trying a back flip at
the El Rahcho pool and hit-'
ting his head against the FOLLOW' 0 C/ceAw>
diving board. (// Poo

But such a minor tragedy.
did not offset the success of r
the business-pleasure trip
and it was with a chorus of ,
regretful "au revoirs, that /
the New Yorkers left their.
tropical isle for the busy one /
of Manhattan. "' We hope ,
they'll come back soon. Rewarded with the Finest and Most Tender Birds
You Have Ever Tasted.


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(Cater to Speciat Luncheons, Parties, Banquets, etc.)
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Dinner'dances every TUESDAY and FRIDAY,

Under the same Managemeht :-

STed. Roosevelt

| Wishes to advise his many frids ind .the General
S Public that the '
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I The REF-l ,E p completely rejuvenated. is now equipped'
Swith Eleetricity, Hot :and C6ldrunniohg waterr etc. Can
ibe reached over an eellent rad in anrtype 4 car.

9 2.At 5,700 feel he , is

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Has now thirty,- rooms available for visitors who will
appreciate the beauty, charm, friendliness and excellent
service of this Hotel. '- .
On the Ist Friday of every month,


Therefore, February-Ist, Evening dress de rigeur.-
Special Dinner"at $5.00 per- head. Dancing up to Mid-

to sing at the CA ""INq
dancedd patio '
.Sunday,' 27th Jmnua
-~~~ ~ *-ma~'.

Entrance 1 dollar (the 9
dollar entrance- also enit
you to, a chance of .wii
a prize from the, ev
'raffle. Prizes for men-, -
women).. 'j "
Amusement and entert
S mvnts galore ,.
Music by Orchestra Atom

Conjunto Pan-America ai
the 'great Abertt Bertw
,Sunday at --to 8 p-m
Children's Ball. Gifts-4."
be distributed d4uriig.ti
- : ball... g -"
7 , -' . ,,
2000 -..

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.A "col. Peti-nvifle, *offers : .
a deligtftil honeiketo & A ato f
F ple'e, copifortae 'oits,"
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HRIWf. .. ldern 'roo Maternity md Dolet-wte mar A
-.iW nicis at your service -This afect your heald".,Yo,:ca ... .,.
H, -L..fR U nD."RI/ up to-date ciic- .is ted be pleasantly and ,easily 6 ,'."... d% .
,.... ^ Ph, Castera, opposite B LA ief pe p

ab,,l.e 46d. Co"1..1421 1 Chocolate Laxative. ,- 8 ,,."
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A aad rs. Elie Villard Satulday' night 'the gang
dbak' from Mexico, had a grand ,cochonad,, att
Dr. ViUard, a mem thj Willy Frish home in
i4e .C.nseil du Gpou- T r g e au ... incidentally,
ementn attended th e w hat's -the right spelling
i olgj Ccogesq field for ,Gribon G-uau,. aGril.
.y ip '$rekxico City., %lot" uG6riat uGriots 01or
.... O---- Gruyeau.1' Please mail
jg 4 last week 'were answers.
.n .,iss Jo-. .-:0:- .
ereaux. Off on a special mission
....:0:- to the U.&. Capitol'are Herve
bwed February) 9th are Boyer of the Department of
e 'Chener ,and, Ray- Foreign Affairs and. Andre
d-Viard.- The church. Tuier of the Fistal Dept.
y will be held at) the -. -:0:-' ,
Coeur at 6 p.im. .' Bishop Alferd Voegli left
'- -:0:- 'for New York Friday'after.
iedate has been set for goon. Asked 'whether the
wedding of Josette Tele- .ip~'was. vacation, the Bi.
e and Fouad Mourra shop replied, work, but
S.Sa-re toe-ii Church, he'll call the flying' a vaca
u, March 2nd. ton. '
ItW 'o .'". .
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ehocke net-4a-koAe' o -ut Saraa -Cohen known- t
MIotirde Wednesday .ome asthe yoice ],eft Eri
,ng. It Vwas Cap. Victor day to return, home to'New
acbet's bttthday an.d t.he York after sp.endigg there
g ]ort-au-&.ince Dis-' weevs vacation here at th
r.-c6i0mnder was fbted -Thoqrlan, Glub
Sthe wee. hours of the 0.--
inihg- ... it w.as none The local chorus. jMiche
hi.athIn', famous Pedro Dejean, that has gained pC
jtgas 'who lead the sing- pularity both herd and in th
' :. Dominican Republic... wi
'honour the Capital's music
;One of the Republic's best lovers with a concert at th
ised women, Mi-s. Andre Rex5 theatre this Wednesday
gCoppesIt as in from the Tickets oh sale at the Thea
station this week, on a tte and from each of the fo
tpping spree. .y Ch6rus members.

FSeems the entire Sada clan :0:
tfre whole 500 were at the Senot and Senora Agus
sPort Friday afternoon to tino Gurrini left od a trip t
Mffi three youjigei mem- Havana Friday.
t: who returned to Brook- -:0:-
|'after three months vaca, Mr. and Mrs. Henri Des
t here. Juliette, Gisele champs ... who took a wee
td Viviane looked very off (the furthest they go
i jin- thbir winter cos- from the Gtand IRue asoun
nes., trucks was Miami) are bac
S., 0i) ae ba

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The new Guatemala Min-,
st6 Haiti S: E. r.k Raoul.
SSegueda arrived in 'the.,
..al 'Wednesday .
Pe -e- -

Wishes for a speedy recov- Maitre and : Mrs. George, whoIs leaving Hait.4 fIt '
e*ry of Mr. Eric Moun ofLeger observed their 35th The. 7 to '9 cocktail m .
Plantation Dauphip who is wedding anniversaryj yester- that lasted \'Wy ito the .a'-
at 't Francis Hospital un- day and today Maitre George night was given the Ha-
eragoing an eye operation. a. leading lawyer of tie Re- ,tian Nurses Association to .
:" -0:- public obseryes his 64thbJrth show their apprecicioa o.
How to gei rid of a Atom afy. all Mli-tha.. tEatin 'h i,
bomb in a hurry: afina the 'V -:0:-- 'done for'thep I 'n'i`r p.-
fuse and ignite it. Albert Nowark set off' on tion as head *ie' 'qu4 ,..
-:.0- .trip a .iam: .San Juan, ..school. lheie. -for"'the 'pSI,.',
Vic Lampson, Firestone 'esterd ar .
'director upset this column '" .' -:0:- ...
; last week-end by. arriving Yvet6e.Mor.a ih '* left .for Honburs to the chef.a.d .
with his charming new wife, hplidays'in New York Sat- asistdts whorpared a ..
tpexpectedly Saturday in- urday $et.opon. '- skilfull- arranged' the spp:.
stead' of by ship this week- -:0:- ' uous,' delicious -buffer st .
end as planned. A t Cabane Choucoune per-that highlighted thee
' --:0:- st Saturday njght statistics ty offered By Mrs. Jane WMt-
Well, it's rumoure4 that show:rhatiit'e 'niin out nmn- 'ace' in the name f uTile'.
Jeap Baussan of the firm 1qred the -iompidn5 to 1. Celanese Corpoirati6n.of 4 Anit
-AIen and Baussan has, got ., irica_ at the El Rancho Hotel
liTsenlf engaged. h o '.. --:0:- Friday evening. The evening
S' 2 Big.. John .(Zoolie) was as voted highly successful v
To be joined in holy wed- heard: to say : ... Precieuse l al who attended ... c0
lock 'Thursday 31st at the pent rare ,... ahNicole. pacts in. gift wrapping a
'Sacre Coeur at 5.30 p.m.'are.' -- :0acthed tq small bbuquets O
Antonine eja and Ti Ppuce Elie. had a flowers were presented' to i
mqnd ouch reaug dinner party, Monday even.- he ladies by Celanese ...
. ig .at 'is. home m. Canape ri.JTazz and ti Ro Ro at hi
St.. . tamboiur :accompanied, 'the.
0- ,. repeated promises of return
,- i Heard that I ard. con- imade iby 'the dearting Pu*i
t nets and'his mother late of lici team. .
-Port-au-P ) L ;-:,:0:-
A4 sr-atherunp4 I) .-. t'a -re.El Saehb noted out#.
stti n .te last week fhis 'dea
-td o Howad of t 0oun- tuk and promises to leave
ders of ..the Port-au-Priice. for Miami thfi week-en d. .
-Times. ' r' ...- .
-:0:- '-. G" eorges Seiaphih:.wo, .'.
e . There was gay and colour- was secretary of the Hitian
eful activity hlast'eveningin delegation to the sixth Sen. :in
4' twj.eau,: the *Sacre Cotur. eral assembly of, the, PL O :
was ithe syea og twp fashion. in. MEaris arrived home ed
el able.weddings ... Marie ;e rnesday from fraice. -
o-rese Mallebranche wed Jean :0:
eI Cfaude de 'Vandegies and' Denise Roy left this week-
c .. Model Leslie Redgate at Gisele Lafontant was mar- end to resume "work 'at th
Le work in Caleb Elliot's gar- rted to jean Millet. A fa- Haitian Tourist Ofice i#'
dens th other pictures' shion report will, appear in New York after a length.
a have more scenery, our next edition. vacation here with her fam-
i. -:0:- ily and friends.
r-' .... Mr. Francis, Grimes, sec- '
ond vice president of the Engaged are Selma.. Pete ri
This year as every year on ~ase National Bank was in and Maurice Sorel.
-the 21st of January hundredsort this week. Staying a th
s- of Haitian, pilgrims trekked o this week. Staying at th
o E IRancho.


ip toyn. We sympathize
and recommend ear plugs ...
later an editorial.

. Mexican Ambassador and
Mrs. Talavera entertained at

across the Dominican border
ko the miraculous shrine of
,the Virgin Mary in the moun
tains of -liguey.
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A real treat for Para-
mount movie-goers Thurs-
day evening was the surprise
appear.gce of stocky olive
completed Pedro Vargas.
To'Ti Shibly and Gros
Carl ... what didn't happen

* their residence in Bourdon that was supposed Uo napj
Wednesday evening. A guest at 7 p.m. Friday wi
during the evening was the brought' about the happy
idol of South America Pedro ing that wasn't supposed
Vargas.h happen at 7.30 ... we h
-:0:- 1 pen to know in both ci
Don 'Arres once ate a rat- "fever" was the moc
1e snake on a bet. blame.


Tcimous Sino 486

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.This week-end all eyes at
the direction of the Hotel Roi
Christophe's garden where
the new completed Casino
stands ready for the opening
festival. The building done
in die shortest possible time
(because of material hold-
ups) is the work of Ameri-
can engineer Don Cameron
Jn. Mrs. Masback journeyed
-to the aCap, this week-end
to share the festival with.her
engineer fiancee.
Helgaoippenhauer accom-
panied by giil friends from
,he States blazed a trail
down to Jacmel this week-
end in an English uLand

There was a big farewell
narty out at the "Cercle
L'Amicale, last evening in
honour of Martha Cattelain'

~~~JIK S

A bonny 8V2 pound' lassy
was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Bondel last week., Sun-
day the christening: took
'place at the Sacre Coeur,
Mrs. Bondel's maiden named
is Joujou Labrousse.

Walter Braun, proud of
his new daughter, is still
spell bound afthe sound of
her deep voice. She is to be
christened today.
'Little Miss cMitzi,, Dumas
managed to enter the world
at exactly midnight 19th.
20th January. Parents Mr.
and Mrs. Cecil Dumas -pro-
rmise two birthdays a year'to
their 7V2 pound darling.
Mrs. Dumas is the .fmer
Viviane. Dejearn.


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Test Engineer Gives First Sand Description of Haiti the regulars at the Saturday "Ocean Monarch)) Return
(Continued from Page 1) night session : at the Chou- With 319 Tourists
coune. It seems to us that / T w
enjoy dancing, mostly to the States and attended Union Haiti has more than its usual Tuesday morning the sleek 'ILL iAw
rhythm of Tangos and Rum- College in Schenectady, gra- luck in attracting musical 14-thousand-ton Ocean Mon- V..AT *w-** E51
has -, and movies, shown dating, in -1951 with a B.S. talent this season ... with arch dropped anchor for the gME E"LA"
.in both. American and in Electricgl Jngineering. barrel chested singers as a second time in Port-au- t-
SFrench. The majority of Immediately afer' gradua- specialty. Pince Bav bringing 319 i
people speak, Creole, which iiodr, Les began working for Pr Mar cruise passengers for a day of
is a-dialect of French, Span- GE., making his' first Dtest r ceMars shopping and sight seeing Tq get your money s wo
ih 'and native origha. The id Schendctady Motr 'Gene- Opening Talk At shopping and sight seeingof the things in the par
. rdst speak French.. Young rator Dept. He, has also Ethnology Institute Mark Rickelsen's big P-T. ceutical line"yoa wish '
girls are not allowed as been on test at PittSfield and (Continued frdm Page 1) boat and Gustav Dalla Val- y ... Call at
much freedom as their' Nor- .Erie Works prior to his pre- Haitian people from the la's motor cruiser helped .*HARMACIE- HILAIRE
therh sisters, and are usu- sent assignment. works of Duverneau Trou- ferry the tourists to shore i
ally chaperoned when-going Leslie, hai one. sister, Hil- illot to the studies published where a battalion of cabs If we do not have the exa
out on dates. da,' .who- also received 'eI by the Bureau and Institute were waiting. The taxis lin- thing you' are looking for.S
With an average year- college educatjorfin the Uni- of Ethnology. Dr. Price, ed up in front of the Christo- we'll get it for you in a jiff
round temperature of 85 de- ted States, at-Skidmore Col-, Mars told young researchers lbher Columbus statue early Pato'onze our Drug Stov
grees, Leslie finds it rather lege. Majoring in business in the ethnological field not Monday evening to be sure You'll feel at home 4ith 4
-difficult, to adjust himself with B.S.," she returned to to be discouraged-by the in- to be in readiness for the ar-
to our blizzardly winters; Port-adi-Pfince after gradu-, difference of the public re- rival of the visitors.
and isn't-too keen on snow. tion Idst spring. garding their efforts,but to. ., u
Christmas in Haiti is quite Les 'plane on returning to' carry on their work in the Lieutenant Lucien Scott
different than Christmas in "Po6it-u-Prince. where his fa- interests of science. was on hand Tuesday after-
ihe United States. Tonton' there is. distributor ,of'G. E.. Ir. was Dr. Price Mars' re- noon checking on the beha- HlIILAT f'
qNoel is ithe flaitian Santa -produts, updn completion vealing b6ok uAinsi Parla. viour of the cab drivers and
laus, and, gifts are distri-' of his tests, 1 L'On ~ olen (published in keeping a .watchful eye on a
'buted anytime during .the (This at cle r cenitly ap- 1928) which did the.most to peddlers' and vagabonds. _____
C.- .Ghristmas season, an not, pered iiA A Wcai Jour- open the eyes of the Haitian Your reporter noticed a dis-
-' as. is',our .custom, kept, un~l .-. people to the richness of Eeir tinct' improvement in the S EL NPOT
.. ... .... ..improvem.en tin.the U'S.FLEE TN POTr
S'Christmas 'Eve or mnibVigg P TOPS ~. folko d and traditioni .situation but he also noticed .
In; Hatd; Christmas Eve : ,, 'n I ranked .a tuning point in the badgering of tourists the
t iet emer 0e Fort Nationa
. e time to i ake merry, ":Sh -- Haitian culture ...' od e that minute there was no, police Fort National at .ecsel
'everyone celebrates, much Il. udnlg, ti". ~ etn blqd our .artists, writers, uniform in sight. 'The Mon- 8 a.m. Saturday mortfii
S ikes ,our New, Year's Eve (FOtinued. ift- Page 1) iiinsicians and dancers totap 'arch sailed at- 6 p.m. a bjt saluted the visiting Ame
.. ebrr" n a ...... fo a' to al P... T'can Naval forc with a twd
S.,elebration. ... foa est cure Friday eviTL- te, rich (6untaii of:inspira- heavier for the Haitian ina-
After compleitng High inhe sangat theRex The io in their homeland ra- hogany carried aboard. ty-one gun salvo. Ldi
School in Port-au-Prince, tre and 'ast. nighf bh played.ther thanIookiig to France the Naval force tip the Ba
.elid. ame to, the United a- ,refrni'nrlga me for, ters. The next i, .vasion. of to anchorage was the fan
S. shopping cruise passengers ous aircraft carrier. pWas
will take place January 29th Aircraft carrier aW as
.. S.S.Ita arriving 10 a.t., will weigh .aPchor his eves
Depart 4 'p.m., carrying 400 ing awld return tothe hig
'. /tourists; .February 10th S.S. seas. Close to four thioi
1 "M b 'AV"i" t f IW LS'm '"Veedam, arrivihg 7 a.m., de- sand .cgobW' hats could. I
Part 4-p.m., carrying 40 seen bobbing around various
L Ur I ( tourists; February 15th SS. 'sections of te 'city vesterda
l V V N VW : A X Octan Monarch, arriving'. 6 and .thisnornig. -
a-.., depart 6 p.m. carryfitg '. ,,
.'' -, 0' toists; February 21st --
S.S.7. 'S NeW. Amsterdam, arriv- *... '
.." i. gl a.x depart t.m stiff of irestb
V!liltM~lM^ 4ki, J 0,. a _Jx 6 p.. -m-. .' iorb e lan to 'offr ar hr6
cattying 50 ;tourists; March
"- .1( '6 th' S.S. New .Amsterdam, well pA a f-ry Tmeursday tLr
,NL arriving at 9. aln. depart '6 t.e Seiber tii
USW- ."-, Di vi'er;. he' 'Ddv .
"pzn'. ca w ryi g 5 00 tourists'. r 'f

S4 t" o.b te si yare oft oefo

tail lounge in .e N i t . ....
SPav million neighboring their t.

,N IOMETRAGE MAXIMUM Be. Garden. Air Irl condi-N. E, A U ES r
ntuf ooE rr .. ..se tafo '- make the wear. g Army and d te other five f
L ". U"N L- ,f .l U ot'too st ants down' tbwn the Service D. ene. Se

a'd near .town al.fashion'o..eral.will go to o in t
topical islands (except S .an.nthat these Chxy.lers have U

C.hb) ithrbughout the worl4 thejr favour from a gl
'- wise w. .ing apparel. Don. as former ones and th h
SArrep ahd tvioneigh bouriys athor. bk sdas which fold

land are shot swearers. So and i .ke roe' f ... et
". .'"--" -,'" is '"Dr.' Greend Normai. E ,W .A

,: : ",: .. . ..: .,,.,' ., ,., .' ,. ..... ... . :. '". : ."..:. ,. .-.' .o ,. ..._9 .
... ,: . .. .. "', ": ... . ':., : : : -.' ;.,'th a.'-d,-he.v a
thva6'asinbearL .G1

19, ,HAITI .l, ,N, P-, .
set a rumnour rolling this ..
CBorduon. : week wh they spotty dtwo
ll ) -:Q:- in in town,. similar f4I W5,
Elias Noustas voted one of iq 1 -i tQ cQfnid.s. of
ije t ... a- 1951's busiest .men re- stage and 'screen Bud Abbott T
pbedi lqasl#re.seek-, turn. to .ort'Thixlsday from a d E tI Cestallp ... ahey CUT| :.
dJiek couple. ... Npw Ytrk, accqtnpanied by ,a0' s eted cean iat jotoe-
'. rs.Noustas and friends.' ,.. gi eir Mike. Elli ad "
and Mrs -'Doc Green -:0:-- friftid Bill Unger. 1
p mtn .we would Th bos 'if the Tam- -:0:-.- t
ake clear --recogrds -bour pigarettt'factory out at .Back at \work in earnest
ere tli, ery first to Chancerell. w h q. believe t th" tCap, is the Dredge .
&. newly i rooms thai happyy .worifers are o6raig which left Pot last .
el ,h .Le e., Inipired good workers gave their week-ed after undergoing :a
.a .i. decid .emd ~-oyes a ig '"B iam. major 'repairitb.. .. .
4ifrIolier's new book bochi last we..,nd that i .....,'.
P ,llow b in.t.. i uded' g~ th' ngs to teat, ... Onc again, the up
aare n.- ter eod' drink, aad music Jed by Ti. teest&e it the Arts, known E IlItS s ias
Wdf"ftholidy :in HaitHo .
S. lidy in Hai.e Ro Ro-. and -s I b ; as ,Chulture have opepn S e j ed. r J.
-rman is.-eterm : :. an exhibition at the Palais .'
ead. i theshorts Mr.a s sdy wifv des Beaix Airs. 'They ha ve "'"
of ti 4 In- "iade it possib for the get- Quickest Easiest Way Is With
*i.,^ --T .. *''.. Q 'Stittite4s. tithe eral- public. to' view. th .iIIj RE EOUIPU ENU. .
...-an ,, e ..tas t- d .to worksof'the well known VISIBLE ECORD1PMEN
llo "'hpa. tlieipte resent-at-' tleweddig' of French artist Paiul Giuguin
oi;' bthea ee.,' he'r brother Capt. Snow of. and a selection cf Negro Art Agents:
S thejid 6f the jheU.S.A.F. '. works. e exposition open- '
oswqo eL.pf -..-. I -:0: "' e.y ay. ," :* ...'it Tr C., ,
b'Ace endrLescot it.s' p Cecil
t. ewdktfd. Lionelt ,te Y .won a. ..
S . onel d nay' won a. Sihging Evrpette Erb and Cecil,-
esycaped from his contest in Paris. 10.000 ingerich are planning to '
ing troubled jep' with francs went with the prize. sail to'Port-an-Prince.aboardlp f
ical cuts to is lower :, 0:- their yacht 'the Monson <.. '
'.I -- I i Manager' of, 41tmani and this March. .
0:- :0 Company Mr.. Randolph -:0- SEE HIS WON ER ARGAIN AT '
"of"Bari"tala" s prac" Stambough, and'his wife ar- ThenewMinistiof'Spain" -"" I "
i. throwing a. macaroni ved here this week for ,a 8-. E. Fernando Catithal, .
She' s not taking any. vacation at :die El Rancho arivted an the 23t ad, will .
c.. if thea..tlief.who away from Conm cticuts' shiotly 'present" .his credeh-' -, ... ' .
ted to steal some- of . 0, t '- ... '- I 1 "
.. ne.-, last -Tuesday"-- - '-" . ..' ... . "S p e --- K R N L iL I ""

'-..- ,'_ ... imas .and e k.ids. are back Knobe -o,---.^s K IX ;$-' I i .W-
ftrom ip bphone is in to'w from a vacation out .' n M"t' C Sn e CAi ,,
from a t h e rising thebuilding aL fam-
r.Veaez ue.anta Ambassa- in -Texas.,. ,: ... ily ansio i saysnobby. ,

saFalcon Brkeip and Dr. and Mrs.Bi Augustl a M
gters Myn Vyli Denz ha.vne'd thenew iuane L.elot went # '
o. ad t e bor Janury 5th 'o New
--:0:---- cQbe wic ib
GeraKd Oriol must be ex- Mr. James Barnes nnd Mr. and, fiends. ..
S the Exposition, ast here last eek. as.guests of er loc.' cities used .
... hes learning to the, Government. Acco vsng t m-hebuildingeo t a" a
oulevard where& ,they -art the El Rancho they flew over I
'- a... the southern provinces as .in a .. and Mrs. C_'es
: ., ,' . p, ..They hope to ingerlig. spent y.five days
LYoung Lionel Baus .sn be sack for dihee Caival. vatonta-,t h e a-h l Ra
S. :0: cho last week. Mr. Heger-

this week at his home' in Some, enlightened, citizens liqg is advertising artist S
30a, '" "t dauheg' aa the Coca-. Co. C man .
l,,B ..a V red ..* .. 1 J .... .,
;" '- .-"" -'c ,I NFrday.after a forr tyght Va-
- -cotere wit h'.the-family

''C's U OE d i :nu a mlnde endlilier F0 adien 't, $
eradoriol must 'eIMr.Jams nes to0nd Mr. ha transportis

..'. a sur pneus pois lourwayd s loodyearsa E h uny o l s S
. F'" + n t o tr r eek -ofr the -y ear. j

t c 'entrpre rsode m onntge et descrvices kilo Ari e tout en
G -'t" ea r .. d'n naihin i de lourd. Pour u maximum d'avantaCes
giv" :c et .un iadinuz de r ':dru 'tij h ez des pneu poids lords Goodyea i fda It's a real buyl
0 y HIMIEan R Good. Theyear offh ope to- /
lin L-' fu RIB l. dog is a d rd esingarti-robst e
his w'ek at his hoein AurSomeenfienedcitizensd Dealer

th ColVAnL'"IO CAN.EZ,
lGrand ue Telnd 3145
-LePneue doe0uteea-utre marque



...50-Haitian Paintings For The Winter Season ,
S.. '. Exhibited In Guatemala .
(Coptinued from Page 1) E FINEST
".. lars. A water colour by j

4.. .du Feun, sold for 55 dollars. ,
S Students at the Centre Suits
..... .. .d'Art and du Foyer des Arts -
a ori .. ThiPlastiques are represented at Shirts and Ties
the exhibition which was Freema S ks
Si , inaugurated by our Charg Freeman She
d'affaires in Guatemala, Mr. -
Jean Coradin. We can't. Adam, Hats
N e think of a better way of pro.
A moting foreign interest in
Iour small, Republic than
P through the media of our
Sculptural achievements. A t
i painting is truly an Ambas
sador of Goodwill.
C.T.C. To Hold Next
Conference Here
,.The executive secretary of
the Caribbean Tourist Corn- THE SMARTEST
S.mission, Mr. Louis Law, has
come to Port-au-Prince to And Prettiest Fabrics"
talk over the possibility of -..
holding the Commission's Lingerie
,~ next conference in the Hai- Accessories
Q .,, tian Capital.
DON ARRES has takets overdhin s out at TIOR. This We hOpe the plans go, F h Per -
-week-end he ren erums
T weekend e decided that he wozd in future run the through because of the pub- e w elr
Thorand Supper Cub he mediately lifted the en licity value to the 'Re- Jewelr
trance fee and ,turned on the entertainment fidl blast, public. t h e conference '': -
Don bikes peoples .. and loves to see the menjo(y would b4 attended not oply ,
themselves. To all he cries welcome, by the members of the Caib-
bean Tourst Commisso,
ee eee eeee eee eee but also by representatives
THOI AND INTER NATIONAL CLUB o tourist agencies o. de t ..: gud
.he flow of visitors to the .: I t' .
.. '. Caribbean area.

9 Dniual Notice
', -Dr., Gr ard Maglio, Chi- l t -
S. rurgien-Dntiste .recently re
t. rned from two years wi the Lowes loss e cos -
SU. UER CLUB he Guggenhem Dental Cm. 'AL;LEN & BRAUSSAg : fNer tIr
.nic in NewYork, a9d .-31 EN. V -TI
M: ,
ig supterb enterta cinmet tee shows mgbhtly 'months it' Howard Uve-
; D. inig under ihe Stars to das.iavog4s sity in Washington, D. C., 4 .."
.' . .,has opened a new modern .
..cli here.. -. '.
SThe' BOB LORRAINE TRIO D. 9ol" heric i
equipped'with the most UP A
S.. Haitian Rythms t 't-date equipment -used i.n .
Dentistry today --- even a .
.by complete X-ray machine.
"" ". T. [.The clinic is located a -
: The Trio Sensible No. '143. Rue Dr.' Aubry
two Mitiutes from P.A.A. of:

ls..i-nx mum -. KCover AE'VENDRE CASH
,A. A q O en To The, b k .Une Renault a retibat ". -,
.N.ayaqt jamais laisse la capt A
......*''' tale. 'S'adresser a Maamej .
.. Except Midy Gladys F. Spillett, Essd St
ard Oil' o Rue I .A OF 42.1/2 PORTLAND CEM.,
-_._------..u .ue5. L------ "RDucheine.D HYIDRAULICKgs NET 6 PLY
.4 Ibuchne. -,Port-au-Prince Tel 2387


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