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Haiti sun

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Title:
Haiti sun
Place of Publication:
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Publisher:
R. Cheney, Jr.
Creation Date:
September 17, 1950
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.

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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Haiti -- Port-au-Prince

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Abstract:
Began Sept. 1950.
General Note:
Some physical copies of "Haiti sun" The Bernard Diederich Collection, Special Collections & University Archives, Green Library, Florida International University.
General Note:
"The Haitian English language newspaper."

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GERANT- RESPQMNSABLE
EM. A. MAINWRILLE \

EDITOR = 2
BERNARD DIEDERICH.













| oo SUNDAY SEPT. 17th. (450.

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(ALLIES REACH
YONGDUNGPO,

| TOKYO, Saturday, Sept.
16.—W hile United Nations
wroops pushed ahead quickly
ajter yesterday’s landing by
United States marines at In-
chon, seaport for the captu-
red Korean Republican cq-
pital of Seoul,, United Nz-
“ons forces along the 120
mile Allied perimeter in the
south -xtruck offensively to-
day t0 pin down North Ko-
vean divisions and stop them
from makin § any move nor-
toward,

Frout-line reports that we
ve not, however confirmed a





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Social News page 10)

Photo By Felix Box De
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headquarters said hat one
Sivike was made from Wae-




rection of Seoul, and the se-
cond on the front of the Uni
ted States Second Division,
along the Naktong.
| This moriing there was 20.
‘word availadle of their pro-
gress, but observers here be-
| zeved that the attacks, in the
. tegion where the enemy pre
viously had been intensff-
| gying his presure, were hol-
doing actions to pin down
the North Korean troops Ta-
ther than atempts to break
ther than atempts to break
through and join up with the
new beachhead. ;
Fron Taegu to Seoul is 4

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soldier, lying) where he wis bic.
KOREA — United Natiors | «extraordinary methods scr
forces that lanfed in Korea) modern | warfare.» Allied
near Inchon, fHe west coas | troops started an offensive in
port for Seoul] were reported their’ beachhead in the the
to have mori quickly in southeast in a general offen
land against [ght enemy re-,sive. ° j

sistance. A {outh Koreari General MacArthur perso-
broadcast said) Allied troops nally directed the invasion.
had reached tle outskirts of He declared that the attack
Seoul and hadieaptured mear was «proceeding on schedu-
| (Continued on page 2) i

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| Mr. Dantés Destinoble . Ade,
\Envoy Extraordinaire and
{ i ext is

| Minister Plenipotentiare of

a

Haiti, presents his credentials |
to the Pesident of the Repu’
blie of Peru, his Excellence
General Manuel Odria.

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NATURE’S NEAR MISS

90000——



— The Atlantic hurricane |
which roared through the o-|
cean almost 100 miles off

shore, still caused considera)
ble damage along the New,
England coast. Residents of|

Winthrop, Mass, watch w
aves break high over the
sea wall. At least six perso







ey rEReD?, ein kf

distance of about 170 air mi
les, and along the perimeter

had only a scanty army re-
serve that could be thrown
in for such a blow.

South Korean national po

lice, now part of the Republi
‘\can armed forces, said

that
«friendly» Troops this mor-
ning had reached the town
of Kimpo and its airfield—
largest and best in Korea.

This is about twelve gir mi-

les from W olmi Island, whe-
re marines crashed ashore in
a masive amphibious lan-
ding far behind enemy lines
with air, navy and infantry

Support. a
The field, which had been



ns were killed and property,
valued at $ 500.000, dama-

SERED . : d by the Atlantic
Me: ge OSS oe” ged by the high winds.

beaches along the New England coast, like these at

Y BE
BOATS BEACHED B like
hurricane tossed boats onto h, Flying Cloud, and smaller craft lie high up on

“Marbleheld, Mass. Here “—
the sand.



\ by United _ States tro

heavily hit by Allied planes,
was not yet usable, they
but was securely beld..

Gen. Douglas MacArthur's .

| wan northwest. dn the: din

the Allied forces heretofore -

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- WORLD

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——_—.

glee ath the attackers suffe-
ying «light» losses. The pre-
sence of the battleship Mis-
souri in Korean waters was
revealed with the announce- |
ment that the warship had

“ ‘bomiparded Samchok, on the
Korean east coast.

WASHINGTON.— The ste- |

-amship United States and
three other liners now be-
ing’ built will be- troopships.
When the State Depart-'
- ment follows through on Pre -

sident Truman’s instructions

to make a new effort for

Japanese peace: treaty it will
* urge the agreement place no

bars on rearming and encou- ..
rage entry of Japan into the

ee Nations. :
_ Rearmament of Germany
was dsbated ‘at the opening
session of. the, twelve North
Atlantic” treaty nations. —
EONDON.— = >< *
‘Britain’s Labor» Minister.
warned that Communist cons
pirators were plotting to dis-
rupt the nation’ s essential

services through labor dis- ,

turbances.
WASHINGTON.—
Forced | registration OL:
Communist organizations |

' ‘was said to be a feature of
legislation severely curbing
communism that was tenta-|
vely approved by Senate
-and House conferees.’ s
i WASHINGTON. — Con-
gress ‘approved the measure
paving the way for General
Mershall’s appointment as
«Secretary of Defense.





SYDNEY, Australia, — pending more thorough sur-

_ Dockers. in all New, Zealand ,
ports and in the big Austra-
lian port of Sydney were on |
strike today. The walkouts
involve about 15,000 men and |
Scores of vessels. — ?

TOK ¥ 0, — The Jap

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omen and children burned or ‘ aces ;



BI THREE GET-TOGET- aR — The Big Three for-3i- gn . : !
SS aS they begin — se- eret sessions
“0 of France, Dean stheson of the-U.S. and Britain’ s Ern





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NEWS \ NATIVES FATALLY, :
Lorene | SPEAR MAN- PaING 4
afapeee National Maritime Sa-,| _- On | 4

>| fety Board. said “today that. ;
a typhoon ‘has sunk, damaged © Khartoum, Yea Bey |
fee washed away eighty-se- vian Sudan. — Natives ae
ven vessels, most of them ally have speared to death |
| small craft. The typhoon pas- Asad the Assassin, a ‘man:
sed over the western coast eating lion which killed se
of the island of Hakkaido at ven humans but van away
19 & mm. ; ws when an anghy housewife
DAMASCUS, oa The pulled his tail. Three per-|
United Nations Relief and sons mauled by the lion ies
Wiorks Agency offices’ heré i serious condition at Sozer |
lwere blown up shortly after ces Yubu Hospi
“| midnight today, ‘killing one
man an dinjuring two others. Far weeks the Killer had.
w, Pierre Depage, Belgian® been stalking the Zande
ae ency mission -chief here, Country of Equatoria Pro-
said he believed the blast wince, South Sudan. He got
either was an act of vengean- his mane from the Arabic
(ea Dv an unemployed Arab word for lion — «asad».
fusee or intended as a pro-” Nee i

4. 4
ast smains
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VINE NANT ane NT GEES WEN TIENT a

se Me A N I LA. ae A. m See 'O’DWYER ATBAT. —— Ex- Mayor Williagn ODwyer of

= eruption of a ma-- FRENCH MAKE BIG a oe York appears in Washingotn before. i tke Senate

: volcano named Hibo Eg GAINS IN PLASTICS Foreign Relations Committe < to abwer critic: who op-.

seas “ed eight-four known | eS : ] pointment as U. S. ambassador t Viexico. ODyer « con-'
os including: many wo- | es Sed ; fers with Sen. Tom Connal ty.

SS

Pa



Fi .
: ren | i 5 oa

; ca oe
‘suffocated by | quantities of - Pape France’s ‘plastic| 2 :
hot voleanic ash dumped from — industry is making a brave Hiei: =
tne smoking crater. on to six comeback in the post- war
‘villages nestled around the: ‘era, but still is tiny compa-
foot of the mountain. v _ red to other nations, inclu-

Relig: agencies were rus- ding America.

“hing assistance to the isolat-
‘ed? ‘community situated on Total production last year
Camiguin Island off the north was 57.020. 000. pounds,
‘coast of Mindanao jin the compared with the gigantic|;| THE NEW
north coast of Mindanao in United States output of}; _ «MAY FLOUR CAKE fIXES>







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the central Philippines. Most 1.500. 000, 000 pounds. JUST ADD WATER...

‘of the victims died lingering VACUME PACKED.TO ASSU EractORy PRESH.- i
deaths in makeshift field, However, the French in-\\\NESS. I t
hospitals for lack of medical dustry has made big strides : NOTHING TO ADD — EVEN THE FROSTING IN- :

aid, according to initial re- for output in 1938 was on- Oe oe |
ports from the scene of the ly 20 million pounds. The| | es \ of

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disaster. The full extent of war stopped the industry AT ALL BETTER GROCERS (a. |
the damage and injuries is until 1945. os
still inadequately estimated | ae INSCOTT AND. HACK EN BRUCH- -AG brs FOR

jveys. refuge on. Mindanao. The|f/ZAYTI. | 2 Lope eat

Hibok Hibok ‘erupted, two /Government was reported i as.
ae ago almost to the same. ready to commandeer ships| TELEPHONE 2185

‘day causing nearly complete to provide all available CV a- } Grain aR
evacuation of the Camiguin -euation facilities if pendin,

lislands’ 49. 000 E 5
8! population by advices indicate the necessi-

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boat to the poaress place ‘of ty for it.

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ae Wesaas :

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B Cu. i REFRIGERATOR

!

i RS a \\, his new ‘Firestone
i s pi | 8 cu. ft. vefsigerator
has five separate stor- Be
age zones to keep all
types of foodsiat peak \
flavor. There’s 4 big 7
locker for frozen 7B
foods and ice cubes;
| alarge porcelain meat
ehest for roasts and
shickens; lots of shels
area for srdinary
Yoods; twin SMISp axe
for fruite hind vee
etahles and | Boao nee
bin to meap dry Say





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ministers get down to bapoaa weressy 7.
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in New. York, Fiorn left to right are Robert ea a “"2
est Bevin. ee} 8







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SUNDAY SEPT 17.



CONFESSIONS OF A GALLOMANIAC.

Down to the outbreak of I fell in with M, Bernou, the
the war I had no more desi-, commissioner who was over
re to conserve with a French ‘here buying guns, and whose
“man in his own language | English and my French were

than with a modern Greek.'so much alike that we agreed
{throught I understood! to interchange them. We met
French well ‘enough for my daily for two weeks and wal-
own purposes, because I had|ked fo ran hour in the park,
read it off and on for twenty each tearing at the other’s
years, but when the war a- Jangnege. O ur. conversa-
roused sympathies and shar- tions, as I look back on them
pened curiosities that I had!must have run about like
not felt before, I realized the | this: :

width of the chasm that cut) E

me off from what I wished! «Jt calls to walk», said
, to feel. Nor could it be brid- 4e, sfiling Brilliantly,

ged by any of the academic, |
natural, or commercial me-! said I, «better than I had ex-

thods that I knew of. They temded.» :

were either too slow or they, «It was at you yestainday

led in directions that I did z¢ morning, but I deed not
not wish to go. I tried a pho- find.»

nograph, and after many, «lt was obliged to leap
bouts with it I acquired part early,» said I, «and I was
‘of a sermion by Bossuet and busy standing up strighi all
-. real fluency in discussing a around the forenoon.»
quinsy sore throat with a Pa-
ris physician, in case I ever send, he came, and I thank,
went there and had one. I but positively are you not de
then took fourteen conversa-'ranged?» ES
tion lessons from a Mme Car-| «Don’t talk,» said I. «Ne-
net, and being rather welll|ver talk agin. It was really





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' should, if I had kept on dili-| very, I reassure.»
gently, have been able at the| — «Pardon, 1 glide, i glode.
| «age of eighty-five to inquire rp ere was the hide of a ba-
faultlessly my way to the| 3. pid 1 crash you?» :
| post-office. I could already : sous
ask for butter and sing, a
song written by Henry IV—
-when my teacher went |
di France to take care of her
half-brother’s children. T
will say this for Mme. Car- ,
net. I came to understand,
perfectly the French for all: {] do not know whether
her personal and family af-| Berssu, who like myself was
fairs. No human being has/ middle-aged, felt as I did on
ever confided in me,so abun-| these ‘occasions, but by the
- dantly as she did. No human! suppression of every thought
being has ever so sternly re-; that I could not express in
pressed any answering confi-; my childish vocabulary, I ca-
dences of my own. Her me-| me to feel exactly like a
thod of instruction, if it was! child. They said I ought to
one, was fhat of jealous, re-! think in French and I tried.
lentless, unbridled soliloquy {to do so, but thinking in
- French when there is so lit-
Thrown on the world with tle French to think with, di-
no power of sustaining a con vests the mind of its acquisi-
versation on any other sub-|tions of forty years. Experi-
ject than the members of the/ence slips away for there are
Carnet family, I nevertheless|not words enough to lay
resolved to take no more les-| hold of it. Knowledge of good
sons but to hunt down/and evil does not exist; the
French people and make'sins have no names; and the
them talk. What I really mind under its linguistic li-
needed was a governess to, mitaions is like a rather de
take me to and from my offi- ‘fective toy Noah’s ark. From
ce and into the park at noon, the point of view of Bernou’s
but at my age that was out, and mly vocabulary, Central
of the question. Then began'Park was as the Garden of,
a career of hypocritical bene- Eden after six months —
' volence. I scraped acquintan- new and unnamed things eve
ce with every Frenchman rywhere. A dog, a tree, a sta
whom I heard talking En- tue taxed all our powers of
glish very badly, and I beca- description, and on a com-
me immensely interested in plex matter like a policeman
his welfare. I formed the ha- our minds could not meet at
“bit of introducing visiting all. We could only totter to-



«I noticed. no insults,« I
eplied. «You merely gnaw-
ed my arms>

-

of

Gestures and smiles
perfect understanding.





uit

Frenchman to French-speak-| gether a few steps in any
_ ing Americans, and sitting,| mental direction. Yet there

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was a real pleasure in this

with open mouth, in the flow
earnest interchange of insipi-

ef their conversation. Then



«The book 1 prayed you)

Jing in between, and as

on in years at the start, I'noting wenywhere.l had been

/taurants,

' changed them for objects e-

\der that they might think it



HAITI SUN — PAGE 3

—_—



dities and they were highly the river, to whom my rela-|_;.ans for dabbling in French,
valued on each side. For my|tion was for several months ince I myself am the worst
part I shall always like Ber-|that of a grandchild, though, a a epleee put I see no rea-
nou, and feel toward him as/I believe we were of the sa- se why ae of us should
my childhood’s friend. I won|me age. He tried to form my : cera that it is anything
der if he noticed that I was|character by bringing me up we
ae oo eee ey, bothe-|on, such praiseworthy episo- more than dabbling. The
red with a tiresome profes-|des of his life as he thought|\,.44] way of reading French





sion. I certainly never suspec |I was able to grasp. does not lead eve’ an ac-
ted. ne he was. His langua- quaintance with ] 1A lite-
ge utterly failed to give me| wow at the end of a long|rature. Everybody .. ws that

ee year of these persistent pue-|words in a living ».uigaage in
order to be undersiwod have
to be lived with. They are
not felt as a part of living :
literature when you see them’
pressed out and labeled in a My
glossary, but only when you
hear them fly about. A word.

is not a definite thing suscep-
tible of dictionary explana- -
tion. It is a cluster of asso- |
ciations, reminiscent of the
sort of men that used it, sug
gestive of social class, occu-

After I lost Bernov I fas- rilities I am able to report
tened upon an unfroked pri-|two definite results: In the
est who had come over here first place a sense of my in-
land gone into the shoe tra-|capacity and ignorance infi-
lde— a small, foxy man, who|nitely vaster than when I be
‘regarded me, I think, in the| gan, and in the second a pro
light o fan aggressor. Hej found distrust, possibly vin-;
wanted to become complety dictive in its origin, of all A-
American and forget France,|â„¢Mericans in the city of New
and as I was trying to rever- York who profess an ac-
se the process, I rather got ,quaintance with French cul-
in his way. He could talk of ture, including teachers, cri-
mediaeval liturgies and his "CS; theater audiences, lec:|
present occupation, but noth- | ture audiences and patrones- pation, mood, digri+~ or the.

he ses of visiting Frenchmen. lack of it, primne., violen--

It was perhaps true, as peo}ces, pedantries, 01 3 latitudes.
ple said at the time, -that a It hardly seems 1% 2ssary to
certain French theatrical ex-| say that words in . -tving li-
‘periment in New York could|terature ought to ring in the
not continue for the simple ear with the sounds that real-.
|reason that it was too good|lybelong to them, or that
a thing for the theater-going| poetry without an echo.can=
public to support. It may be} not be felt. ele
that the precise equivalent of : ae
the enterprise, even if not] It may be that there is no
hampered by a foreign lan-| way out of it. Perhaps it iss
guage, could not have per-|inevitable that the colleges
manently endured. Yet from} which had so long taught the
what I saw of its audiences, ;dead languages as if they w:
critics, enthusiasts, and from|re buried should now teach’
what I know af the Ameri- the living ones as ie they,
ean Gallophile generally, in-| were dead. But there is no
cluding myself, I beiieve the|need of pretending that this
linguistic obstacle “to have|formal acquaintance with —
been more serious than they books results in precia~
would have us suppose— ge-| tion of literature. “.vo sense
rious enough to account for, of the intimate quality of Be
the situation without drag-} Writer can be founded-on a
ging i nour aesthetic incapa- Verbal vacuum. His plots, his ~
jcity. It was certainly an obs- Place in literature, his cen-
tacle that less than one-half tral motives, and the opinion
of any audience ever succe- , of his critics could all be just
ded in surmouning. jas adequately conveyed, if
|his books were studied in the
‘language of the deaf and
‘dumb. Of course, C2» may be
drawn to an auth ©: by that



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spoke English very well, his
pratical mind revolted at the
use of a medium of commu-
nication in which one of us
ialmost strangled when there
-was another available in
which we were both at ease.
I could not pump much |
French out of him, He would |
burst into English rather re-
;sentfully, Then I took to the
\streets at lunch-time an tried |
| newsdealers, book-shops, res

invented imagina-

ry errands, bought -things

that I did not want, and ex-














|

ven, lessé desirable. That
kept a little conversation
jgcing day by day, but on the
whole it was a dry season. It
is a strange thing. There are
more than thirty thousand
of them in the city of New
York, and I had always heard
that the French are a_clan-
nish folk and hate to learn
another language, but most
of my overtures in French; I do not mean that the rest
brought only English upon) of the audience got nothing
the more desirable it seemed] out of it, for so expressive
me. The more pains I took|were the players by other! ; Rs
to them that I should be spa-) means than words, that. they ee put i we me ardly

red the trouble of continuing, often sketched ,the play, out, a the artistic at ction of

I was always diving into literature; it is as it one felt —

: in pantomime. The physical | Feat 3
French and they were always activities of the tr oupe did we tp TOA Dy, aaa
pulling me out again. They

terest exclusively in her bo-
thought they were humane.

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not arise, as some of the cri- |
tics decl iva)
ies declared, from the viva-

city of the Gallic fener
ment; nor were they sash may pec L offer then

Ba’ ne Others Wena od beeen Gallophiles without apolo-
se in the seventeenth centu-|o” On the contrary I rather
ry French actors had ore that I am writing over —
acrobats. These somewhat] Headey i)
exaggerated gestures weré
occasioned by the pereeatonl

i By:
tators were beginners in

French. They’ were supplied i

by these ever-tactful people! | If a fool be associated
as a running translation for a with a wise man all his life,
pais body of self-improving Le will perceive the truth as
well with my friend M, Bar| eo a 4 spoon.’ peitesves
tet, a paralytic tobacconist ; te taste of soup. cae
in the West Thirties near 1 do not blame other Ame- Chinsiel Be

Elementary as these re-

French people hate broken
French worse than most of
us hate broken English. But
when dragged out into ‘the
light of English I tried \ to
talk just as foolishly in or-





was not really my French
that was the matter with
me. Some times that work-
ed quite well. Finding
mie just as idiotic in my own
language they went back to
theirs. It certainly worked














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HAITI THIS WEEK... -——Jouamearata Bays

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RALLY FOR COLONEL jHAITI TO PARTICIPATE GUATEMALA — The ee
PAUL E. MAGLOIRE __|IN TARIFF CONFERENCE| Communist weekly , Octubre, aa SS. ——

HELD AT HASCO SUGAR | . which circulated freely for) =
ioe ‘g

PLANTATION Haiti will be pepreuonted several months, has been ban
ASK FOR ¢ a ?





at the tariff conference ned here by Col, Elfego H.| ==

Thursday neendon a poli-|which will be held at To- Monzon, GVERIstee oe Gowerhe(

tical rally was organized in| quar England Sept. 28 th.\ (ment, on the ground that the! —
honor of presidential candi-| The Haitian Sinton Wieliies tovee witacl!



date Colonel Paul E. Magloi-|includes, Mr Pierre Cauvin,} 10m, Which prohibits the or-/
re at Hasco plantation on the|Mr. Ernest Bonhomme, and ganization of political par-
Cul de Sac, under the direc-|Mr, Alexander Dominique ties of a foreign character.
tion of M. Monestime André.| Mr. Dominique heads the The circulation of the Ca-
An enthousiastic gathering de Legation. Fes _weekly Accion Social





‘of the local people, applau- ; Cristiana, founded five years
ded Col +1 Magloire, throu-| RADIO FESTIVAL ago and which lately had
‘€hout ® afternoon, =. = | © HONORS continuously attacked com:
Mare: André, son of M.| aude : munism and criticized the
‘Monesti André, delivered | Presidential Cahdidats ~ |Government’s alleged toleran
Paice welcome! ind tol Colonel Paal E Magloire |ce of Communist activities
lowing several other spee-| Each Sunday a Radio Fes- here, also was banned, on| §
ches, buffet Luncheon was jtival, in honor of Colonel] the ground that it was a Fa-
served the guests. ‘Magloire is held on the|!angist mouthpiece. _
See grand stand at the ‘Champ _The editor of Octubre, Jo-| \ve F. Béduainshar Succrs. Pegi ai Prince
: CENTRE DART HAS” de Mars. se Manuel Fortuny, a former _ Général Agents .
Cos E DE SI GNING |A Nuniber me speakets come}! Congressman, has refused to
CLASS @ 7 forth each week and the po-| acknowledge the Minister of) ——————
ee ‘pulas eoueane hae ore pte-| Government’s authority to
Miss Bradly, ‘of he Uni- |sented are enjoyed by a Lar-;ban the paper. He nal
ge sunday audience.. | brought the question up be-t;
These Festivals are direc: fore Congress, stating that,

f Michelet Jean-jthe action threatens the eel
ttution NE



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Soe ae erie ee Rey pees







versity of Ohio, who has
visited many of the Art Ins-
titutes of Central and South ted by M
ie America, is at present _offe- Baptiste.

att 1 tume des .
: es oo Lo Q ee OF INTEREST. TOL RUSSIAN SUB REFUELS
eo FOREIGNERS, EMBASSIES AT GU ATEMALA PORT

- ‘The classes are held each}
‘Tuesday, Thursday and Sa- }OR LEGATIONS «&
- | Haitian girl brought up in Gon Mex. — Twokt
Bie

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ring also engaged in counter, Next to Pharmacie — ‘Caribbean Coast of ' Guate- ARS
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Puerto Livingstone and dis-'
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ST FRANCIS HOTEL This summer I had the the camp was over, was his |

pleasure of being one of those impression «The only thing I
who spent 6 weeks of Mon-)can tell you «he continued»
a’s University College of the} is that I’m going back home
West Indies, a refugees camp|with a new idea of humani-
transformed after the war ty». It was, I think, a very
and which the Jamaicans are} vague answer, not definite
very prouc to call one of the; enough to explain what our
greatest Universities of Cen-| was during those 7 weeks
tral America. There we were| and what profit we got out of
25 young men and women of it. I will go iurther than he
nearly as many shades of co-}Our work was real. The pro-
lor; citizens of seven diffe-|ject was to build a combined
rent countries; and we were |boys’ club and community |
holding the second Interna-|¢enter, in the Papine district
tional Work Camp to be held; where one had long been
\ in Jamaica. Our home coun- needed. Papine is a small

Tod: etween the hours) ries were Haiti, U.S. A., Bri community about 7 miles
of 10 a.m. and 1.00 p.m-\ tis, Honduras, British Gui- from Kingston and 1 mile
the artist groups LE FOYER)... @ngland and Jamaica. from the University College
DES \ ARTS P LASTICS>) qn that lang University bar- where we were staying, and
will hold their First exbibi- rack called the Welfare Hut, every morning it was a plea-
-|we were futhering the work sure for the habitants of

that district to watch us

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1 begun after World War I
by a Swiss pacifist, Pierre going to work like a hanpy
Geresole. Ceresole was the and lively band, hiking
one who . through the river bed, sing-

es . rted the movement now ing and smiling and it was
Of 160 panies exhibed by Hcaaona ly known as In- ;also wonderful for them to

40 artists. The public is t- ternational Work Camp. He;watch the young women
maintained, that better un- working right along with the
derstanding should and be Ineiling and using the chisel,

The exhie.t, which wil
be held at the «Palace of
Fine Arts» at the expost-







Se

Our daily schedule was to
be up at 4.30 am., breakfast
at 5, fifteen minutes for me-

and studying together. Cere-
> The nrofessor of physiolo-|sole’s first step foward the
when a gunman pushed a re| gether a group of French &| Houte pon ne dee promP
volver against his ribs and, German students, (former en- UY al 0, a prea. or tunch a
said: «If you move, you're a nemies) to rebuil a village pe knock vif at 2 p.m.,
dead man». | near Verdun that had been | 20™© again for a shower, rest
destroyed by shellfire. The and Sue at 6. At night,
start was very difficult, but,|Sometimes, we had long and



ne the — contrary, my

frien —dlied - the profes-| neverthless, the idea caught Pea -discusions about) .
sor. < __ove, it is precise-' and spread and is still sprea- : oe ae and twice a week:
ly becé. my nervous sys-| ding. ectures by eminent Jamai-

canspeakers. But the camp
was not all work, there were
visits to the different histori
cal places of Jamaica, and
their beautiful beaches and-

j | rivers.
i {

tem ana my muscuiar sys-| ‘There is too much to be told
tem are at ‘present in that! «said one of the Work Cam-
‘imperfectly defined state cal-} pers, when a Jamaican Angli-
led life» —/ Pour tous. {can priest asked him, after

ne nate aco

os

#| The camp was sponsored
j | by the American Friends’ Ser |
| vice Committee and Earlham
| College. Kingston - St. An-
4} drew Youth Council gave a
1| grant which corvered part of
\|the materials and tools used
} for the erection of the pro-
i jject; the bivouac was -provi-
{f {ded by the University Colle. |
| ge of the West Indies and the |

| Jamaican Government, :






I think it’s an ao
that everybody should Ne
in his life, and if every man
had the opportunity of being
in a Work Camp, humanity
would better. Work Camp is
one of those little things |
which ca ndo a great deal,it |
is a mile stone to the better
7| understanding among the
different kinds of people
y | which live on the surface of |

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THE SUN

BLACK MAJESTY
The life of Christophe
King of Haiti ...By

John W. Vandercock. With

drawings by Mablon.
—With a golden bullet

‘he had moulded years befo-

re, Henry Christophe, the

_. black Emperor of Hayti, en-
‘ded his life, bringing to an | (oa Same
i If youre in that class,

end one of the most extraor
dinary and romatic careers

in the history ef the New
World.

At the height of his pow
er he built the Magnificent
fortress of the La Ferriére, a
structure rivalling the py-
ramids in incredibility, e-
‘ven in its present half-ruia-
ed state. An untutored man,
statue and
virility, he freed Hayti, suc
cessfully, defied Napoleon
amassed a_ pet-
sonal fortune of millions

and ruled his Kingdom with
‘an iron hand. .

- wanted.

LIBRARY

«THE WALL» —
BY JOHN HERSEY

How long has it been sin
ce you visited a library,
Have you stayed away be-
cause you thought you
might not find the book you

ls

| his column is for you be-
‘cause im it we are going to
‘point out some of the Books
we found on the «Lamp»
‘Lit shelves of the Haitian A-
mevican Institute, just watt
ing for the right person.

To reveal the full stature
of man in the face of catas-
itrophe, John Hersey has used
;a classical literary device —
the rediscovery of lost re-
cords. For even though the







neration.

John Hersey was born in
Tientsin, China, in 1914 and
lived there until 1942, when

truly great novels of our ge-:



A
HAITIAN ARTIST —
ROBERT ST. BRICE

Robert St Brice,
of primitives,

painter
was born im

PAGE 7



re without knowing why.
But you must confess, some
of the others, especially the
vodoo subjects, are quite dif
ficult to understand without



United States. He attendea)2## im 1898, he painted| Wings your reasons for
| 2s first painting, a monkey painting them. ol

Hotchkiss School, was gra-
duated from Yale in 1936,
and then went to England to

'|study at Clare College, Cam-

bridge, for a year. Upon his
return to this country he
was private secretary to Sin-
clair Lewis for a summer.
jHersey has been a_ writer,
editor, and war correspon-
dent for Time and ;iaite sa
writer for The New Yorker
and other magazines, and an
editor of 47. His jobs as a
correspondent took him to
the Pacific theater of war in
1942, the Mediterranean in
1943, to Russia in 1944-5, and
China-and Japan both before
the war and in 1945-6.

: family returned to the

“While based in Russia,
Hersey went with other cor-
respondents into Poland ‘and

two years ago. The Ameri-
|can painter Alex Johu togk
wt to the Centre d’Art and
St-Brice has never ceased to
\paimt since, Painting is
now his living, with the
help of a small butique (gro
cera store 1a the basement

‘ouroy. sy jo

Q — There is something
unusual in your paintings,
«Primitive painters» | tend
toward ealism in their ex:



‘pression. Why do you then

|as a painter belonging to
the «primitive school», eli-
minate all the. realistic de-
tails of your subject?

. — I understand what
you mean, St.Brice said has
tily. You must understand
that I have four chiidren
and it is my responsibility

wall is ostensibly culled from, Wsthonia after those coun-)t0 educate them. If I wane

«the Levinson Archive» it is)iries had been liberated by, tO be realistic in painting a

a novel. Its substance is his-|the Russians. At that time) Woman or

a donkey, I

Vandercook, with his bril| ‘ory, but its details are in-/he saw the ruined Warsaw, Would have to represent all
vented. It transmutes the re-} ghetto, the Lodz ghetto, and the sexual: parts of the wo-

lian understanding, and af-
ter much research in Christo
phe’s tropical empire, has

_ written a complete authentic

‘biography of the black em-
perotes ts :

‘cord of vast tragic events in-
‘to a great work of the ima-
gination,

- On the surface’ the wall is

| number of concentration

camps, and these drew his
'attention to the circumstan-

.ces that became the back-:

ground for The Wall. Other

Mahlon Blaine became a|the story of the systematic | hooks by Hersey are Men on

sailor when he was sixteen,
but he didn’t run\away to

sea; his father sent him.

Since he has always been
a rover; he has been in eve-
ty country that has a sea-
port. Upon his arrival in a
port, he immediately visited
the art museums. Mr. Blaine
has been drawing since he
was a ‘child, but has aever
had any lessons.

His first venture in book-

illustration came about

when his ship stopped in

to have a bro-
ken shaft fixed, during the
ships’ stay he was asked to
illustrate «Limehouse
Nights.» His work became
so successful that he was
asked to illustrate a limited
edition of «Salammbo», by
Flambert..

He has visited Haiti seve-

piecemeal extermination cf
the Jews of the Warsaw
ghetto, and of the heroic re-
sistance of defenseless men
and women againts the full

brute force of the Germans.

But the real story is the
growth in spirit of a group
jot friends, so that they emer-
|Be undismayed and trium-
‘phant in the face of physical
| annilation.

_ What makes this novel so



|The author is interested pri-

marily in separate indivi-
duals — Jewish, Polish; Ger-



his novel is built out of se-
'parate revelations of motive
and impulse and actual deed
It probes events in terms of
individual responsibility, hu-
man values, and personal de



exciting is its universality.

| Bataan, (1942), Into the Val-

‘ley (1943), A Bell for Adano.

(1944, awarded the Pulitzer

Price), and Hiroshima (1946)

|

|



man — in people. And 80 Qommmmemean: cmc |

\

SUE oe |

‘man or the donkey. Since
‘my children watch me
| work, they would get bad
|thoughts from such an ex-
act painting. I don’t think
it is my business to open
their minds in tha: direc-
tion. :

Q. — I can see your point
about the education of your
chiidren byt wha: i :meant
is, for instance, whe you
are painting a donkey, it
doesn’s seem 9 nic that
you fepresent it as it is itt
reality.

| A.— Well! in this case
ithese details, vou are talk
_ing about, are not so im-
portant. When I paint a hu-
man being, you can see it is
mot an anima, you can su-
rely distingwsh clearly a
dortkey from a bird; and e-
i ven if I cut out the donkey’s



| . NOTICE |: ak you still can recognize

| The Haitian American

Instituta announces that it

‘now has a permanent win-
dow display at the Valerio



”

jit is a donkey.



‘said I can now appreciate
‘many of your paintings,

'Canez store on the Grand’ paintings that I liked befo-



Q.— From wha: you just |.

ce at A la Caravelle

+}

tal times and has seen the Ore ee an

palace of Sans Souci, and | '@*S weak as well as strong, | j

hi : Pkg aber: chameful as well as_ heroic, | cures remanence | caro
ee Sa ee Pe craven as well as_pitiable, iu HOW
ee ese ae heres lecrdia as well as Sabie | A woman is the only thing |

than anything on earth, and but in the end it becomes a I am afraid of that I know |



: ee ee WALL transcends all ‘flects on what he | id;
1 Port-au-Prin- ; LHE transcends a at he has sai
Obtainable in book John Hersey’s other work. It the wise man, on what Be

is without doubt one of the lis going to say.

en ren ners on seme cine

store. Price $2.75

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Letterheads
j

A.— I can imagine so
And that is why I hate peo-
| ple to say that I paint like
a child. Every single thing

that I put in my painting ©

has a meaning to me and
'the right to be where I put

it. A painting is the result

of my thoughts and my ex-
| periences. If I paint a don-
key, or a bird this donkey
jor this birds quite dif-
[ferns from the one going
‘along the road of flying in
the sky. It has some mean-

my religion. Those who do
not know my thoughts, my
experiences and do not un-
derstand much about my.re-
‘ligion can hardly explain

the song says:
«Mal lan gran
chaché feuille 6! ti
| 6 moin rivé, moin pote
\feuille yo! Sa
Lé moin rivé, yo di ¢e
jouanga m’poté» (1) -



I went to the woods to

leaves (medicine)

pig Me back,

When I came
brought the leaves
When I came back, they

said I brought leaves for
| «magic. :
| By Jean CHENET .

7

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HAITIAN MURAL |

An unusual mural in the
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PORT AU PRINCE ty, Se tau-Prince

= = was dedicated on March 9

Le 00 O00 a ee of the Eglise Episcopal d’Hai

A unique collection of re-},; in the International Expo-

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_L {NATIONAL MUSEUM of into three parts: the Nativi-

Port - au - Prince on the

Champ de Mars. ‘Ascension. ‘hese panels,

Visiting Hours: Monday with the angels capes cabo-
through Saturday 9 AM — ve, were executed by: tour
12 noon _ Haitian Artists under aie ‘di-
‘rection of Selden Rodman,
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land Pierre Monosiet.

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noit, who painted the Nati-
| viey; Philomé Obin, who
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(American Style Grocery)
Rue Pavee — 2 blocks
From the Grand Rue

CENTRAL MARKET

ETIQUETTE

Palmiste Section
Exposition



A fmomificd young nade
ells us that when her grand
ma had a dinner party last
week, grandpa had trouble
with the coffee. He picked
up his cup, took a gulp,
found it scalding hot, and
coughed it out.

While the shocked guests




CAR
HIRE

HAYTIAN TRAVEL

gy, Grandpa shook his head, SERVICE
wiped his lips, and’ said:
«Many a dang fool would TEL: 2242

have swallowed that!»



















































«ARIES» — For Those Born
“March 21 — April 20 or
Rries Rising. -
SUN. 20th—Have a
time, but don’t get stuck with
the check. Avoid exagera-
tion, tall talk empty promi-
ses. i
MON.—Meet new people
-in new places; explore new
territory for social or busi-
‘ness advantage.
TUE.— Personal conflicts

‘in romance or business ven-
ture. Evening’s best to gain
the prize you’re after.
. WED.—Business and pri-
vate. imterests may clash.
‘Keep emotion out of the pic-
ture to gain material ends.
“Reject rash, impulsive mo-
‘ves.
THU.—There’s a premium
“on experience, competence,
efficiency that pays off in
“promotion, a better job. Deal
‘with those at the top.
FRI—Unwise — spending
leaves you poorer, brings you
‘no nearer desired) social or
practical goals.
SAT.—{Speculative moves
are illadvised, unless you’ve
enough to cover should re-
sults be less than promised
~or expected. :

the

a

actresses before the cheeseca-
ke cameras. I war-time the
lowelics consider im their






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yi
| Blue Ridge Mountains: of Virginia,





good.

give an edge to competition

HAITI SUN

April 21—May 21 or Taurus
rising. ;
SUN—Getting out and
away may take you or part-|a definite stand on-recent; de-
ner into expensive bypaths or velopments. Partners or ot-
commitments. Enjoy yoyr-|hers may be inclined to play
self but remember restraint.! too big a hand or advise you
MON.—Push sales, finan-|to do so. ~ Be
cial arrangements, but keep| MON.—Listen to other peo
an eye out for hidden costs. | ple’s suggestions or: invita-
Losses, shortages, or a cold| tions, but-take your time rea
shoulder can stymie evening.' ching decisions, for evening
‘TUE.— ‘Control emotions] brings other and heavier con
and take no chances, Intense] siderations. oe
quarrels, accidents, breaka-/ TUE—Morning news may
ge, are hazards. Negotiate,| not be good; sneed can cause
improve relations in p.m. accidents. People you. work
WED. — Don’t let pride,| with or for may be illumo-
poor judgment or advice red, but night is pleasanter.
short circuit, opportunities..| 'WED.—Foggy notions, a
Unusual’ solutions, surprise} distorted sense of values, can
offers, may break in evening.| ruin a good chance to impro-
_ 'THUR.—Now you can re-| ve practical situations or ma-
ally see your way clear. Cir-|ke a good deal. Don’t listen
culate, arrange interviews,| fo advice.
present ideas or material. THUR.—Yow’re in a good
FRI— Demands, abrugtness,| position to discuss financial
ean loose the whirlwind. Safe) or practical affairs and settle |
guard position, — reputation;| them amicably and profita-
avoid clashes, scenes at home| bly.
or abroad. - | #RI—Definitely . unfavo-
SAT.—Let things quiet ‘table for travel, especially’
down, doing nothing to revi-| for long trips. A major set-to!
ve troublesome issues. Keep! with in-law can occur. Use|
Boone ana ces _ | care to prevent domestic ac-|

«
May 22—une 21 or Gemini

rising, ;
SUN.—You'll have to take

ought never to be compi-

POETS CORNER _

< |tiag. of the’ London. Library
The vagabond, when rich, shat people with no ree:
St knowledge of poetry were
When the rich assemble compiling anthologies.
to concern themselves with «Then we get blamed ab-’

the business of the poor it is Duh. mod papel
aya ; ‘ oetiry» A
calied charity. When the poetry», she

.

is called a tourist



a said. «It is not fair. We
OO SCM OLE | LO CONCID 5 hy po do something ab-
themselves with the business one ahs se : ‘

of the rich it is called an de
chy.

att





j . | Perhaps it ought to be ar
By Paul RICHARD ranged that the very im-—

The poet reciting to Lady portant people who didn’t
Diana while the footman know Korea was loaded —
whisper «have a banana». should hereafter be less im-

The judge enforcing the portant. .~ Can se
obsolete Hy ee |4 SHROPSHIRE LAD
ane a
_ The expert designing the bejolly, wey. oe we
long range gun. : ae OTE es os

To exterminate everyone Te ey ae ae ae eee
under the Sun, 5 Ls Re gh oy
- Would like to get out but OGd: Easy ee ee nee,
ecm mater I

i } ; LC GULL Yoo

oe oo 2 ao ; e - ve Jes, Z BORER, :
By Wostan Hush AUDEN |* “nking spins the heavy
J Ee. world around. I young
heavis were not so clever, —
Ob, they would be young
for ever: thing no'more; ‘tis
only thinking ae

Lays La. underground



- ANTHOLOGIES COMPI
LED BY NON- POETS
ASSAILED. 2

London. — « Anthologies

rn

LOBSTER.
Super Fresh
Specialties et

cidents,
SAT.— Yestesday’s hard
feeling and other troubles

“elemaque TEL:

HOLLYWOOD GOES TO WAR: CHEESECAKE QUEENS POSE AGAIN

Hollywood needs scamt | houndén duty. So here we
excssc any time to rush its| eo acain. |
| World War I are girding the world over, is out of the.
“or action =~ all except one Hollywood © picture
Rita Fayworth, whose pose



_ In a new movie titled “I Was a‘Shoplifter” the tricks of the trade of sho
yea pectin writers and given away to the public. Unprogrammed shoplifting, however,
_: {by pretty Peggie Castle, shown above, i S ] j 1
a, Peggie-is.also on the screen currently in “Buccaneer’s Cirl,” Unie!
_-wersal-International productién starring Yvorine De Carlo and Philip Friend. — ae eee a





continue, with every. one!
standing pat. Late evening
'.. may bring on a talking stage,

Grand Rue
Next to Pharmacie

{

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in a filmy black ‘and. white
All the queens of wightie decorated barracks

ROW.
a fA

But

led except by poets or peo-|\mamsccaeae Re
ple with a passion for poe- aie
try» according to Dr. Edith

f

If you wish t> bnow'a

Sitwell, herself one of Bri- thousand years, them consi-
tain’s leading poets. e

der today,
Hsu Fz.

She told the annual mee-\

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at nears oe opens mene omeren owner ent TH ET
Sees ah oo Seep ee oe EERE S SH reel poate qiaden ar ae







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dence Hollywood isn’t waiting. They look like kids si
but they’re actually glamour girls Joyce Holden (left) and Peggy

_ Puhizer Prize play now being filmed wi

" With the “corner, here

good, old summertime just around the
out of Mark ‘T

Ghias aaa F Dow, Universal-International starlets making their:marks, in movies,”
plifting a ecient ee | ; : dover ig CUPECUHY playing Jimmy Durante’s girl friend in the comedy "
: : r iar 2: : yee a) Sauhs Cepek SSN gg igh meee
a bit player who makes her: bow;in movies. A honey from ths! ' Eee’ Prise play not Cope ln re ee Harvey,” Cae,



th James Stewa

tarred.
Sua gant | Bid Reda, Peete









~ 20 have returned jram their |
_ wedding trip to the Domi-\are to be

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“ Mr and Mrs Renato Alon ce Miss Solange Etheart

nican Republic and are ma-| month.
‘Ring their temporary home| A son
in Port-au. -Prince. to Mr. and Mrs Paul Boncy
The. couple was married
sept ith. at the Sacré-Coeur
church Turgeau. .

and son are doing well. Mrs.
Boncy was the former Mado
Mathon.



| ' Mr. and Mrs.

and Jean Verna of Hinche|
married next bag factory ni Boziton. :

sie
(Pierre) was born’

last Tuesday. Both Mother gne farewell party for Jens

HAITI SUN

——-

| Dr. Casadas is the Ist Se-| Staying at the Hotel Roo
Kolnick. Kolnick is conect-
‘ed with the shipping busin-
Nowark ess in Miami.
.who are on their third trip :
to Haiti, have decided to stay
this time.
| The Nowark who are
| staying at the El Rancho, at ;
present are house seeking |Bourdelle and family re-
n the Petionvillé area turned to the U.S thursday
Mr. Nowark is starting a after a stay in of more than
‘a year. Mr Bourdelle will
XXX lecture this winter at Co-
Wednesday night the lombia University.
Deemings gave a champa- XXX

| bassy here in Port-au-Prin-
Ce. :

Mr Jens Koch returned
0 Miami Thursday.



American Artist, Pierre



‘

Koch, the «Great Dane» Ar| Mr. O. Peters arrived
chitect, who has been with\ from Ciudad Trujillo last
us for the last 10 months, week, and spent several days



_eretary at the Brazilian Em- sevelt are Mr and Mrs Max]

SUNDAY SEPT 17. 1950:

ist Mr. Morel Maird arrw--
ed from Havana last week. |
\and is staying at the Hotel.
Splendid. . _

_ Colonel Magloire and for-
\mer classmates of the Milita-
ry School, celebrated their
‘twentieth anniversay of ser-
vice; Friday, with a Lun-.
cheon at the Hotel El Ran-
cho. es

. he See

| There are people who do:
things in an unkind Way, -
people whose touch hurts,
whose voices jar, whose tem
pers plays them false, wha-
wound and worry the 3eo-
ple they love in the very act-
af trying to conciliate them, °
and yet who need afffection



The bride was the _for-

Carmen’ Lopes Rojes staying at Thorland. Inter-\in Port-au-Prince, staying as much as the rest of us.

Bill Talamas on business

mer
daughter of Ambassador in the Big City (N. Y.) in- national Club. A mong the| at the Sans Souci. George Bernard Shaw

and. Senora Rojas of Vene- texds to return to P-au-P. in Many friends taking leave,| ' Edouard Peloux accompan-

= eyela. ie Lee |fwo weeks were Mr. and Mrs Eric. Mr. J. Brady eS Company ted by his wife and two char-

ies Renato Alonzo the groom | Edward L. Brown, a tra- Neff Mr. and Mrs Dua-|?4rager from Miami spent ming daughters Simone and

* is son of Senora Ana Maria vel agent, from Fort Lauder ne Adam: Lt. and Mrs,| several days in the city last Maud left last friday for a

‘dale Florida, spent several George ELIE, the French Ar| week, ai the Sans Souci. two months vacation in N.

Ale72 of Mexico: City.
os 2 Mr. and Mrs. Lundberg, y

. Senorita Eva Lopes Rojas day at the Hotel El Rancho tist Bourdell, Mr and Al- : ; jokes
ES who was maid of bhoneur' Last week. bert Mangones, Mr. James arnved from Ciudad Tru-, Mr. and Mrs Hans Stech-
for ber sister, returned to xXx O. Phinton and Arthur Ken| illo bast week, __ jer left friday on a visit. to
Caracas last tuesday. | Mr. F. W. Kessler — Stad nedy. | The Uras--* Industrial-' New York. ;
Juan beother of the Bri- iter a wellknown New York Mrs Eric Neffe °celebre-







It has been announced

that Jan Laudin son of the i>

4 a de, also left on tues day. City merchant returned to ted her birthdy lats friday. gery
. ' He will take up his studies the U. S. Friday» He had at her home in Depas. AEE f Y
ay at Tulane” University New been Staying at the El Ran-' Miss Joan Ratner of “74 SG ¥20L PO? CF
_ .. Orleans. cho. 7 «Thisweek» is back in the é Gé 4 f : eC Men toveé
aa aeery xxx | Dr. and Mrs. Luiz Garvi- city. This time to enjoy 4 oN ACT
x _ Gary Davis and wife Au- do Casadas and Mrs. Casa- much longer vacation. L4E WAY H M ERE BG UQUET

| x

. dre returned to the U. S. das. Mother, Sencra Agos-:
Reese d last tinba Ponee de Leao, are
4 week. | staying at the Hotel El Ran:
ai It bas been announced cho.

a Ss sae So

show business.




Chief of -Protocole, and
Ghislaine Paul daughter oj
Mr. and Mrs Edouard P.
Paul, will be married satur

‘day 23 Sept. at 6.30 p.m. at











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the Sacré-Coeur church in

| Turgeau. -!

og |
va

= Genevieve Peloux and
‘Robert Castera are engaged |
| A Féte is to be held at
Diquini this morning in ho!

‘

B nour of Col. Magloire. lem

Its true

( Zest To The Hour

~ : v #25 ~ e AAS :



féte is sponsored by Beilan-
| de and Bayard. ere as

Pat Weiderman returned. ud
to the city thursday, from a











through tour of the Carri- ee the wonderful evening is over, ee
Bee | 5) / pone the pees memory of you POR ae
_ Robert Taylor and ean } } | Sow Creams eee “be
«Somebody», are making ag Of course it will, if you bathe with
their headquarters, Higgins | ~ Cashmere Bouquet Soap. Cashmere

Bark Bouquet gently caresses your skin leay-

Edoaurd Hynes left fri-} _ ing it with the fragrance men love. This
day for Obio,where he will\ 2\ cantiizing bouquet comes from a secret
study at a business school| 8 fe ere of eee rare perfumes,
for four years. : = find es costly than you'd expect to

The Former Gladys Lé-} ke peek

: ger of Port-au- Prince who| 7 Be forever sweet and dainty with
now resides with her hus- ee Cashmere Bouquet Soap .. . for-
band in Jamaica, gave birth| #\. ¢ve alluring with Cashmere

totwin girls last week (5 Bouquet toiletries!

lbs. each).

Both Mother and
dren are doing well.

Mr. Férnando Chavez Nu
nes who is director of the|
Econmic Affairs Division
of the Pan American U-
viow arrived in the city to
confer with local Agricultu
ral experts.

chil- ,

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‘HAITI SUN a | ae

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“—~|ALL AMERICAN ELEVEN ~ m: ee ; oe

McCOLL, Stanford End
FOLDBERG, Army — End
= IGAIN, Kentucky Tackle @
4 | Toneff, Notre Dame Tackle
‘ McFADIN, Texas ¢ Guard
aoe California Guard _

TH ’S STII {| JROTE, sag Back pe |
a Ene 5 ae foe KARAS, Illinois ae The Haitian Federation — of Been | Ba veunice and.

ae ees HEATH Oklahoma Back 'foot ball has just received an Biamby, were the stars. of
Be red : ‘ Ng ('GRIDEMEN OF THE YEAR invitation from: the Jamai- team that played Jamaica in

Se oT ME ae oe ‘back of the year can foot ball assoéiation to 1938, 1948, and 1949, os .



oe Williams, Notre Dame}|send a team to Kingston} The Federation expects to.





vg . Lineman of the Year near the first of October for ‘include in the team a few
Res BOB Gain, Kentucky a short series of games. Two jyoung players who won
BE aS Sec i Coach of the Year. . i

4 tees ' |matches are scheduled — oc- itheir piace” by. the skill ras
ee 10 ENJOY. p A a _| BOB Neyland, Tennessee | iober’ 14 and october 16. {shown in the past year. Sea~
de cee: |. | Soph Back of the Year The’ first contest between|sonal veterans Tassy, Dieu-

: 2 es |CHARLIE Hoag, Kansas U-| Jamaica and Haiti was pla-|donné, Yapoute;. Dadadou. ..
ei é ~ SUMMER ¢ Soph Lineman ie the Year|yed in 1923. Subsequently and Lacossade who are cut- a

! < as | VINCENT Meschievitz, ND the 1948 teams met in 1927, |rently. playing in Venezuela.

‘4 1931, 1938, 1948 and 1949.'and Cuba. will be included

EXCURSIONS a eS > _“"S8)|Haiti won the Last game, |i the Haitian team. The +
: ie) ) '





a7
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au-Prince. | Port-au-Prince at the end of.
‘The footballers eeanmied ithe ‘month.

{their training two weeks ago, The 16, of iy players who- a
They practice on Monday, will Travel to Jamaica will Sa

i _which was played in Fort-|Latter are expected to reach Be
. “CIRCLE TRIPS.
| TENIS, Wednesday and Friday un- defin itely be chosen , ‘Cathy. 4

4

| as een ‘FROM : BALLS. _ \der the supervision of coa-’ in October. ‘A few: trial. mat
pl oe Por aes 85. 23¢( ches LT.“A. Coicou, Lt. Da- ches will be played. Those:

ture | and Pierre Biamby. ‘tion will be selected.

a art: All Prince niel Beauvoir, Ed. Bonaven- ‘in the best physical. condi-- ii



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(Pah Poe b Dunlop 15. TENNESSEE 11-015. CALIFORNIA 7-2 a
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3 : eee Grand Rue Tel: . * \7, OKLAHOMA 9 Ai AL ABAINLA © 3. | Oe oe
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3 | Os ca SE -—=|10. MICHIGAN | -7-2 20. WISCONSIN.’ (6 =
A ; eo Ges Sie TEIINOLS: 8 Med oa as po cee
: a ROUND TRIP | | |. | SPEAR FISHING ce Lee ee ee
a ‘ | On the beetal reefs oF me THE ALL-AMERICA SQUAD a as
: : fe | \the bay of Port-au-Prince. ce t So
se oA | For information Telepho-} ‘(Does Gis anal de All Arasines leven) Panes Aan

; saving - ME BQAT 5 i) a Ends fae Wilkinson (UCLA); Sherrod (Tenn); Proctor - ee

| peo CE (Texas); A. Lary (Ala.); Earon (Duke); Mutsscheller(ND), ae

fae oe © se Ragazzo (wi & M); Carey (Mich. St.) ieee te
8 ae Tackles — Donan (Prince) » a ae as ‘ i
f » ; Trautwein (Ohio St); wah Mich.); Beletic ( Purdue y >
, — ue | (Mid.); Sroud (Tenn); Lea (Tulane); Coleman =
io : eae e ta at oe “| Mich. “St.); Bolkovac (Pitt); Ciroski (Rice) ah Et a
Bete rah Pn THRU Young people tell ie Guards — Ward (Md); Mizevany (Ala.) Lemonick (Penn) ga Oe

a they are doing, old people; Boldin (Pitt); Shoaf (LSU); Daffer (Tenn.); ‘Mayes (Okla |
"| what they have done, and'U.); Gable (Wis.)

SEPTEMBER 30 TH. | ae
4 fools wheat they wish to do. .| Centers ~— Groom (ND); Holda h INCU); Root (Rutger



e 60 DAY eNAUE: S ragut (Miss. U) gs Wee a

é ‘ Ae French Proverb | Backs — Dottley (Miss U.); Siepnensdn ( Agra Fleisch) pero em

: STOP OVERS PERMITTED | The man who wakes wp mann (Corn.); Ortmann (Mich.); Clayton (Dart.); McEIhen
- a and finds himself famous\ ny (Wash. U.); Lauricella (Tenn.); Parilli (Ky.); iJanowien Re a
EN ROUTE. “@ hasn't been asleep. | Ohio St.); Townsend (Texas): Papit (Va.); Monachino ss

a son Mizner. (Cal.); Hugasian (Stan.); Barrett (ND); E. Modzelewski_

ie A 4 (Md.); Kazmaier (Prince.); Cain (Army); Van. Buren
NO MAN'S LAND | (LSU); ‘Cox (Duke), Agganis (BU); Matson, (SFU)



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ful searchlights, sentries in Haiti Sun IG EAN tae
} watch towers placed at in-\ Evslsh Language Season ‘ e sal
7 ae tervals along the border,and, Editor: Bernard Diederich ERMAN ie a
"PASSENGER, MAIL. CLIP PER CARGO’ ‘savage police dogs trained; Gerant Responsable: Emmanuel A. Mainville ME ee
ito trail and pin down every Subscription Rates:— | 15¢ Copy. 50c Monthly — :

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“PABST is the BEST BEER

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AGuadey any) 30 oa

LES GUEUX AU PARA
with Fernandel, - Raimy



eS Cet CATHOLICS WARNED OF)
e Oeste | Church Service [VISION.CLAIM ;
3 La Crosse,. Wis. — The
CATHOLIC SERVICES homes Catholic Church a-
be “Olassified gduectiinenenls :
are accepted for things want OCeuE AL ‘CHAPEL
ed or unwanted; articles for| Mass at 8.30 a.m sermon by

gain Saturday adinonished; _,
ics faithful to proceed cauti- |g
‘ously in assessing the claim| (

Charpin |
|And at 8:30







‘sale; personal ee ee Smith in English \ 46 has seen the Blessed Vir- a Oe
Piss cellaneous | items, ‘such as GSES oh aria NEC M: og f wit eslie Banks Mina
} SACRE-COEUR gin Mary. | a Pal
jobs wanted houses for “Bishi OER Pp. Trac oleae |Kiney an Paul Robeson,
rent; tutoring; traveling Masses ate’ at 46,810 a.m. PJ LS PARAMOUNT | XXX

‘through — an editorial in the

‘official paper of the La Cros| Bose ain of the Wok | ‘Monday. ab 6 PM 3 |

companions; ideas for sale:\ CATHEDRAL |













ee ae eed. isa 5 oe are at 4 5: 30; 7, S Diocese ee ae ‘Sunday 17. September at 3: a se AISER
. __ »,«there is absolutely nothing '30 p.m. = a
ae ae ae? ATE SP GERARD ae official about the occurren- ee NIGAUDS DANS iwish iio Rossi and Viviane
OO Na hor Oletison Horch) ee .| UN MANOIR HANTE | ana at 8:15. :
BOIS VERNA Masses are at 5.30, 7,8.30| Mrs. ‘Anna Van Hoof, a with Budd Abbott, Low Cos- | ROMANCE A 7
0 | ee See farm woman of tello. ih d ‘TRO!
ee Bad: op dere |ST. TAN BOSCO ‘hat. small Central Wiscon- me G ae Gravey, De
= a ee with garage. For rent Mass is at 9. foe eG “community, claims she''Ay 6 and 8:30 p.m. fey ca Blier
i $50 per month. =| \ “HOLY. TRINITY has bad six visions of the) VARFAIRE DE LA Tuesday 19th Sept. :
Apply Haiti sum. || CATHEDRAL | Virgin Mary and has an-| — _ JOCONDE at 6 p.m. and at 8 5
OT (EPISCOPAL) —s Bounced _ she expects ano-) Scotland Yard Investigator CRO AMBO. pm
jeep in good — condition Mass ae reach *e", a cos pie Sie ey eeu = with, Paul Robenson, “Les
We with good tyres. Mass 7.30 a.m. English: The bishop's warning bee tic Von Stroheim. Banks, Nina Mae ‘Kinne
2 : aay Haiti an Mass 9.00 a. m French. me as estimates of the Xxx i see
CERO ee eS ally Mas $s 6.00 a.m French cowed expected to flock to!

prondey. 18 Se tember ; at 6
House for Rent in Bizorone|\ " Necedah from all parts of a i | Wedneday at 6 P. m.
2 Bed vooms Beautiful view EPIPHANY CHAPI EL the country continued to}

: of the bay and large garden. [Mass 6.00 a.m» French grow. The most recent. gu-





(DEUX SOEURS

REBECCA VIVAIENT EN. .

with Laurence Olivier and













Apply. Haiti SUM ok. Mass: 8.00 a.m French © esses put the figure any-' Joan Fontaine. eo rade
ol ye ae Seo Sk rem SeCUEEraTaeeay oe ae 90 thow- "Tuesday 19 Scpicuiber 1950: Temple. ze y
: } : thousand. Se
- Furnished oe: or apart-| TURKEY oe ol earns ee 6 and S15 p.m. oS :
me 2 oe around petionvil- . SUPER FRESH | | when the knife is over a FAR WEST 89 _ jAed . . ital a ae
e 4 Bed rooms Le SPECIALTIES man’s head, he remembers\ — (In Brench). = and Récital de Viol
_ Apply Haiti sum | ‘GRAND RUE Next. to'. God. | aac Ciby hag and
Gea 4 Piano, in good con Pharmacie Telemaqué - | —Afghan proverb. dolph Scof eee e
a oe reputable ake want eee RS ae ee

ae ed by Music Student. |
_ Apply Haiti Sun »

a le Blank —





: DALMAU, et la grande NDRE
-TEMPETE niste GENEVIEVE D:













at Parents Int erested: im Pri. Please enter my sabscrpeon o Haiti Sun, effective Sun-| SUR LISBONNE MAU
pate Enslish sheaking school eee SSN a et NE | poe
vs day next. : : pice etby elt (In french). ae
for 4 and5 year olds. aes . ie ih oa Strohe Urbucday at 6 p.m. ~
Apply Hae Sun : ; NAME erence Nibra ie Sea eis sat eae ale Beate ad in eeeS PheHke aig co tic Von uD. eim “PRE COURRIER DE aLyi
Sercery . fe ADRESS: ceeeeeececee Ree Buin ee Eicelerteas lanes tioipenseiesk wapivgic sibinieitrecayenr cid ~ At 8: 15 by m. d i via vic ce Bleeca a
Free Lance work by CREE i, ie H aids Sun P.O. Bis 118 1 GILDA. 225 a pee ee
rienced typist. , x i 3 . Nose with Rita Ha aprons, “and! ga
Apply Haiti Sun —— a oe a .Glena Ford. : _ aoe p Oda -

with Pa ul Robeson,





sae 3 : te pl a A VEN ‘Ma
t A I e Mac Kann
| SCENE STEALERS IN- “CURTAIN CALL AT CACTUS CREEK] Thursday 21 Sepembes at 6| ao .
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AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES


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DISSEMINATION IEID 'E96GPVS3E_RESTKZ' PACKAGE 'AA00015023_00001' INGEST_TIME '2013-09-05T08:03:07-04:00'
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT 'UF' PROJECT 'UFDC'
REQUEST_EVENTS TITLE Disseminate Event
REQUEST_EVENT NAME 'disseminate request placed' TIME '2014-06-18T11:36:27-04:00' NOTE 'request id: 301060; This is a disseminate from Traveler Wendell see CAS-44930-P0B9' AGENT 'Stephen'
finished' '2014-06-18T12:41:44-04:00' '' 'SYSTEM'
FILES
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MESSAGE_DIGEST ALGORITHM 'MD5' 2ef8abe46bb834f27c5b734d9f6e3681
'SHA-1' f2e53e28b8cc68f3f9b1f1aae83a5f8312eb3b72
EVENT '2013-09-05T07:57:21-04:00' OUTCOME 'success'
PROCEDURE describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:20-04:00'
virus check
'2014-06-18T12:37:23-04:00'
xml resolution
'52625548' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile1' 'sip-files00001.tif'
33127f6176e39062cddc8d706131d3d8
11b5da0ebfe50b642e725dcad65b435a2838b056
'2013-09-05T07:57:01-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:51-04:00'
virus check
'54067468' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile10' 'sip-files00002.tif'
ff7ca09f7b6e24fcdd15ab39bb0f3a55
89a011ed5a8fba56a4536bbfb7094be6eb5977a1
'2013-09-05T07:56:42-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:24-04:00'
virus check
'40605' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile100' 'sip-files00004thm.jpg'
aef1559edbbdad14a91d8d5ac4c1f4fd
3748d83b50cb9c8dd916de2008270e198638cefd
'2013-09-05T07:55:58-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:09-04:00'
virus check
'41336' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile101' 'sip-files00007thm.jpg'
f2a0ef9461de2bc72110321d5557f729
9a4cb0293c34564446a65358f76366c39fb9d12b
'2013-09-05T07:55:48-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:52:52-04:00'
virus check
'40972' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile102' 'sip-files00008thm.jpg'
374aa556a8e3e5071b7c8f71d393461a
b4cc7f4a2d4465e9c35fa7d089cf0b72f13d9456
'2013-09-05T07:56:19-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:47-04:00'
virus check
'41200' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile103' 'sip-files00005thm.jpg'
c5b471e845e7733617c148789d77d45d
ab33390ba38ea6dd7949933192699d4baf969996
'2013-09-05T07:57:23-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:23-04:00'
virus check
'40526' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile104' 'sip-files00006thm.jpg'
bd8b5242f3ac99c45e252276263cc100
780fb4a026c1f995d222356316b3db68331a2b1f
'2013-09-05T07:56:11-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:36-04:00'
virus check
'40036' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile105' 'sip-files00009thm.jpg'
85ab50019bcaf20058dc98ae147f9eb3
85eb602581bef1df06f943038486bb1f9227d721
'2013-09-05T07:56:05-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:23-04:00'
virus check
'43290' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile106' 'sip-files00010thm.jpg'
be6a8aab6f0702915c66168ce868df73
8cb88ca75c903eac0183d044a89ab254d55bdb56
'2013-09-05T07:57:17-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:14-04:00'
virus check
'39868' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile107' 'sip-files00011thm.jpg'
d11ea231c8b8378d079b6c97277e63a5
2040c1dc9e7871245764e85df90f1cbd9a905426
'2013-09-05T07:57:34-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:38-04:00'
virus check
'41262' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile108' 'sip-files00012thm.jpg'
f6ca360b0c5996fa5bf97ae56650d207
a62fd9b7b2b239717e897a506ef0a164eb7ac248
'2013-09-05T07:57:27-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:28-04:00'
virus check
'4328' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile109' 'sip-files00001.txt'
1acb2d011358a0d5e58081470f2be9cc
18f279916ebafc3e9d5d5798ea58887385d798db
'2013-09-05T07:57:13-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2013-09-05T07:55:09-04:00'
virus check
WARNING CODE 'Daitss::Anomaly' Invalid character
Invalid character
'56067560' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile11' 'sip-files00003.tif'
cb7faf864670afc44dd0b23d6d54a932
52cefff171ca56978d0bc9008c1fd3e485a1c5dc
'2013-09-05T07:57:08-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:03-04:00'
virus check
'5086' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile110' 'sip-files00002.txt'
d364ae9318ee5123476e7c7d6869f8d7
fbf2fa5949c9eb2bd74d15ae4a807bded66e81d1
'2013-09-05T07:56:28-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2013-09-05T07:54:04-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6318' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile111' 'sip-files00003.txt'
3f7f703f9ea6f8d761dc37378fe304f4
95e79882769b1eacccbf504aa68722ff471b8722
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7204' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile112' 'sip-files00004.txt'
9c848494cdb1b8572c2af4c7e5b2e0f5
c6de1b647cdaddbff99bff3f0c6eb0e74fbd2c7e
'2013-09-05T07:55:52-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2013-09-05T07:52:59-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'1714' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile113' 'sip-files00007.txt'
88211aca2d87163d46e33413799fa1a8
75cdfb483f265a9274ed3ca1b7629112a58bbe16
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7267' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile114' 'sip-files00008.txt'
9023ae7e607f3e65f526244e72c13b90
e263e57edeb343be7e42eb8db50d385cb9ee92be
'2013-09-05T07:57:29-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2013-09-05T07:55:30-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'11537' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile115' 'sip-files00005.txt'
88c3f526126db3e3d60b49947f3857bb
bd82d404901db64d991926319f50d2da156fbdff
'2013-09-05T07:57:20-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'6921' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile116' 'sip-files00006.txt'
f05cfdaa6f9c656c5fed9ecc902b0146
5fc948e793d09e1145a70a4093966a9ea6dca368
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'7875' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile117' 'sip-files00009.txt'
1c00c4fb76d7f4b2f0b005cba98b96a9
e08645f0600cc8e8d957c841a7892d3e833aed54
'2013-09-05T07:56:35-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2013-09-05T07:54:11-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8093' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile118' 'sip-files00010.txt'
ccd4b4bdf712373c42e137a05760831c
1629c9a00509b5266606c1daf6c7d9a3a7e053f4
describe
Invalid character
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'8977' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile119' 'sip-files00011.txt'
d2e1134bc5b00d8d11f8a9dde5fddaee
579b13845c929036ba35ea05d473d8bec809c805
'2013-09-05T07:56:33-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2013-09-05T07:54:09-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile12'
cb7faf864670afc44dd0b23d6d54a932
52cefff171ca56978d0bc9008c1fd3e485a1c5dc
'2013-09-05T07:57:36-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:41-04:00'
virus check
'7432' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile120' 'sip-files00012.txt'
9c8b0c2c466abf5dc8047830d9f79148
fa9f165bd20f0dca4ff8f494246bc166608a4f9d
'2013-09-05T07:57:33-04:00'
describe
Invalid character
'2013-09-05T07:55:35-04:00'
virus check
Invalid character
Invalid character
'98643' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile121' 'sip-files00001.pro'
a37a79db31065bf1e65444cbef19b459
9a27217c5968f3dddb9218ec9791b1ffe3ea40ff
describe
virus check
'121953' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile122' 'sip-files00002.pro'
9929b65743bd98e7b185eea08be43e5a
b0f6ef26641fd1bbeaf34f40ef1542d2eaca3dbf
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:19-04:00'
virus check
'153549' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile123' 'sip-files00003.pro'
a3d5a60a52975b4348e294c590d9028b
0d06b075ee415331ae51411908216abde45aa805
describe
virus check
'147859' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile124' 'sip-files00004.pro'
5a5eb6ed073992f26f6e79c69809669a
dc7d42229791a6f9c208853a9480911e45e5f9f7
'2013-09-05T07:56:17-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:44-04:00'
virus check
'43859' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile125' 'sip-files00007.pro'
a9e31392fec8513ec910e499c60b2737
f2194093e01109fa244df11d8c41d1e23ebb50dc
describe
virus check
'161084' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile126' 'sip-files00008.pro'
899b4e807cb2d7fa663a732118dbd613
98d60c936014662ea6694e1b73907f5ebde00747
describe
virus check
'272488' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile127' 'sip-files00005.pro'
9a6bf3e7501e2b95bc309214cb6a92fc
db3ef995d7c303da39761cff9d99a3503014324f
'2013-09-05T07:55:54-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:04-04:00'
virus check
'148139' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile128' 'sip-files00006.pro'
7a2ef5d234602b1d481a99c67b04d01d
d9fe88b2061cda960e00d97f790784af2543cae2
'2013-09-05T07:56:39-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:17-04:00'
virus check
'189004' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile129' 'sip-files00009.pro'
1782d8e2d3938730c043aad0eeac33d3
671ac5e30abcef370992865504554e29fffa8fc4
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile13'
cb7faf864670afc44dd0b23d6d54a932
52cefff171ca56978d0bc9008c1fd3e485a1c5dc
describe
virus check
'162560' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile130' 'sip-files00010.pro'
2b040cece7c457d5e31863844d65f1ea
93ea44efa8ff5c91a300ace72b55331c73a68e0b
'2013-09-05T07:57:35-04:00'
describe
virus check
'177081' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile131' 'sip-files00011.pro'
85ea62f3362ce64d20e7fbcd92052d99
4546bf19bb18c13b3f2a6adf925a478becdf30cf
describe
virus check
'171555' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile132' 'sip-files00012.pro'
9a90e80041dc561a895da1747dc5a2bf
a6423d256551815adffdf6ba65451eece6b4f9f9
describe
virus check
'28177' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile133' 'sip-filesAA00015023_00001.mets'
1c3221bd01197cdc118b40a31a3008cb
76ac2ee621534b8113fc5c0b0f538972ec159876
'2013-09-05T07:55:50-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:52:55-04:00'
virus check
xml resolution
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile14'
cb7faf864670afc44dd0b23d6d54a932
52cefff171ca56978d0bc9008c1fd3e485a1c5dc
'2013-09-05T07:55:45-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:52:47-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile15'
cb7faf864670afc44dd0b23d6d54a932
52cefff171ca56978d0bc9008c1fd3e485a1c5dc
'2013-09-05T07:57:38-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:43-04:00'
virus check
'56749208' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile16' 'sip-files00004.tif'
65277a82fa4c8207b78dcae029684b37
ca055fd02d096fcd22eb6871bbd804a005acd986
'2013-09-05T07:56:25-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:56-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile17'
65277a82fa4c8207b78dcae029684b37
ca055fd02d096fcd22eb6871bbd804a005acd986
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile18'
65277a82fa4c8207b78dcae029684b37
ca055fd02d096fcd22eb6871bbd804a005acd986
'2013-09-05T07:57:32-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile19'
65277a82fa4c8207b78dcae029684b37
ca055fd02d096fcd22eb6871bbd804a005acd986
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile2'
33127f6176e39062cddc8d706131d3d8
11b5da0ebfe50b642e725dcad65b435a2838b056
'2013-09-05T07:56:13-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:39-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile20'
65277a82fa4c8207b78dcae029684b37
ca055fd02d096fcd22eb6871bbd804a005acd986
describe
virus check
'55982936' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile21' 'sip-files00007.tif'
f0cf947754a0562383fd0676f56100da
e8a909c2a2ed9ce6a57c859f4a470acd2047e01f
'2013-09-05T07:56:10-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile22'
f0cf947754a0562383fd0676f56100da
e8a909c2a2ed9ce6a57c859f4a470acd2047e01f
'2013-09-05T07:57:18-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:17-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile23'
f0cf947754a0562383fd0676f56100da
e8a909c2a2ed9ce6a57c859f4a470acd2047e01f
'2013-09-05T07:56:44-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:26-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile24'
f0cf947754a0562383fd0676f56100da
e8a909c2a2ed9ce6a57c859f4a470acd2047e01f
'2013-09-05T07:56:45-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:29-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile25'
f0cf947754a0562383fd0676f56100da
e8a909c2a2ed9ce6a57c859f4a470acd2047e01f
describe
virus check
'56153816' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile26' 'sip-files00008.tif'
9e96c887b0e64d77a95cd2ca266cbb28
602f5592256cdd88414eef676fe642374101a8f0
'2013-09-05T07:56:49-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:34-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile27'
9e96c887b0e64d77a95cd2ca266cbb28
602f5592256cdd88414eef676fe642374101a8f0
'2013-09-05T07:56:50-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:36-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile28'
9e96c887b0e64d77a95cd2ca266cbb28
602f5592256cdd88414eef676fe642374101a8f0
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile29'
9e96c887b0e64d77a95cd2ca266cbb28
602f5592256cdd88414eef676fe642374101a8f0
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile3'
33127f6176e39062cddc8d706131d3d8
11b5da0ebfe50b642e725dcad65b435a2838b056
'2013-09-05T07:56:07-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:27-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile30'
9e96c887b0e64d77a95cd2ca266cbb28
602f5592256cdd88414eef676fe642374101a8f0
describe
virus check
'54955780' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile31' 'sip-files00005.tif'
da6d857ace63e42ec7fca5944ac4b737
36041793cf6807cc7d966e6b9f0b9ba2592aead7
'2013-09-05T07:56:58-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:46-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile32'
da6d857ace63e42ec7fca5944ac4b737
36041793cf6807cc7d966e6b9f0b9ba2592aead7
'2013-09-05T07:56:40-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:19-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile33'
da6d857ace63e42ec7fca5944ac4b737
36041793cf6807cc7d966e6b9f0b9ba2592aead7
'2013-09-05T07:56:21-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:51-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile34'
da6d857ace63e42ec7fca5944ac4b737
36041793cf6807cc7d966e6b9f0b9ba2592aead7
'2013-09-05T07:57:25-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:25-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile35'
da6d857ace63e42ec7fca5944ac4b737
36041793cf6807cc7d966e6b9f0b9ba2592aead7
'2013-09-05T07:56:38-04:00'
describe
virus check
'56683564' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile36' 'sip-files00006.tif'
2e0a8c5b751d0fc3ff9a05fb2a8d6bce
7c6ee720b07a441ac25efb96db26ba0df545ccae
'2013-09-05T07:56:15-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:41-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile37'
2e0a8c5b751d0fc3ff9a05fb2a8d6bce
7c6ee720b07a441ac25efb96db26ba0df545ccae
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile38'
2e0a8c5b751d0fc3ff9a05fb2a8d6bce
7c6ee720b07a441ac25efb96db26ba0df545ccae
'2013-09-05T07:56:23-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:54-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile39'
2e0a8c5b751d0fc3ff9a05fb2a8d6bce
7c6ee720b07a441ac25efb96db26ba0df545ccae
'2013-09-05T07:56:00-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:14-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile4'
33127f6176e39062cddc8d706131d3d8
11b5da0ebfe50b642e725dcad65b435a2838b056
'2013-09-05T07:56:54-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:41-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile40'
2e0a8c5b751d0fc3ff9a05fb2a8d6bce
7c6ee720b07a441ac25efb96db26ba0df545ccae
'2013-09-05T07:57:12-04:00'
describe
virus check
'55811048' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile41' 'sip-files00009.tif'
76272257e05b5f2c505e0995cc2cea6f
4a1a773cb50d96810c0c772c058ccefbd8748cb8
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:03-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile42'
76272257e05b5f2c505e0995cc2cea6f
4a1a773cb50d96810c0c772c058ccefbd8748cb8
'2013-09-05T07:56:27-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:01-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile43'
76272257e05b5f2c505e0995cc2cea6f
4a1a773cb50d96810c0c772c058ccefbd8748cb8
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile44'
76272257e05b5f2c505e0995cc2cea6f
4a1a773cb50d96810c0c772c058ccefbd8748cb8
'2013-09-05T07:56:37-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:14-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile45'
76272257e05b5f2c505e0995cc2cea6f
4a1a773cb50d96810c0c772c058ccefbd8748cb8
'2013-09-05T07:57:14-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:11-04:00'
virus check
'55264824' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile46' 'sip-files00010.tif'
6e20db1517d5aa290db14a9e7a514a75
36ebd3c51e0c10332f1bdb7fdf66a85bb814838b
'2013-09-05T07:56:31-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:06-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile47'
6e20db1517d5aa290db14a9e7a514a75
36ebd3c51e0c10332f1bdb7fdf66a85bb814838b
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile48'
6e20db1517d5aa290db14a9e7a514a75
36ebd3c51e0c10332f1bdb7fdf66a85bb814838b
'2013-09-05T07:57:16-04:00'
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile49'
6e20db1517d5aa290db14a9e7a514a75
36ebd3c51e0c10332f1bdb7fdf66a85bb814838b
'2013-09-05T07:57:07-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:00-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile5'
33127f6176e39062cddc8d706131d3d8
11b5da0ebfe50b642e725dcad65b435a2838b056
'2013-09-05T07:57:02-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:53-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile50'
6e20db1517d5aa290db14a9e7a514a75
36ebd3c51e0c10332f1bdb7fdf66a85bb814838b
'2013-09-05T07:56:09-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:32-04:00'
virus check
'54349100' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile51' 'sip-files00011.tif'
32b4a34aed7b33101259d1490c6031f8
c404f37a176ab505ed3a0bc6b055b9cbf85435f4
'2013-09-05T07:56:03-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:20-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile52'
32b4a34aed7b33101259d1490c6031f8
c404f37a176ab505ed3a0bc6b055b9cbf85435f4
'2013-09-05T07:56:47-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:31-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile53'
32b4a34aed7b33101259d1490c6031f8
c404f37a176ab505ed3a0bc6b055b9cbf85435f4
'2013-09-05T07:56:53-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:38-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile54'
32b4a34aed7b33101259d1490c6031f8
c404f37a176ab505ed3a0bc6b055b9cbf85435f4
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile55'
32b4a34aed7b33101259d1490c6031f8
c404f37a176ab505ed3a0bc6b055b9cbf85435f4
'2013-09-05T07:55:56-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:06-04:00'
virus check
'55170872' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile56' 'sip-files00012.tif'
85c83a1dbde8d4ca2c1f17608e1acd6d
67405de23c259cf48120bf4f7e8b01c2f588073f
'2013-09-05T07:56:56-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:43-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile57'
85c83a1dbde8d4ca2c1f17608e1acd6d
67405de23c259cf48120bf4f7e8b01c2f588073f
'2013-09-05T07:56:01-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:53:18-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile58'
85c83a1dbde8d4ca2c1f17608e1acd6d
67405de23c259cf48120bf4f7e8b01c2f588073f
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile59'
85c83a1dbde8d4ca2c1f17608e1acd6d
67405de23c259cf48120bf4f7e8b01c2f588073f
'2013-09-05T07:57:04-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:56-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile6'
ff7ca09f7b6e24fcdd15ab39bb0f3a55
89a011ed5a8fba56a4536bbfb7094be6eb5977a1
'2013-09-05T07:57:10-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:05-04:00'
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile60'
85c83a1dbde8d4ca2c1f17608e1acd6d
67405de23c259cf48120bf4f7e8b01c2f588073f
describe
virus check
'2191636' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile61' 'sip-files00001.jp2'
9c9071b0aed417f6f8ac72dbe8845be0
abb057705c96e0daddf2f3cbf8633b997a9cb609
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:54-04:00'
virus check
'2251859' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile62' 'sip-files00002.jp2'
8903069ec63dfaea41444b971b2ff847
334ee05f375bdf708424ed93484dc73b9a5c03f7
describe
virus check
'2335157' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile63' 'sip-files00003.jp2'
a4bc60fe867e3e77ceedc79f1d7a2713
d9f5a85590f0468f1c5d992c549753084038e4f6
describe
virus check
'2363538' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile64' 'sip-files00004.jp2'
2f64e549a05928f25922e89d3485c648
8335b763c73c90d4f13d65391a3b07bfd5b7432e
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:26-04:00'
virus check
'2331621' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile65' 'sip-files00007.jp2'
60ed9142f8fc1e7afc21d45023fac081
d8868ef07b43c646df1a76c33e272067a82e7aad
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:27-04:00'
virus check
'2338750' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile66' 'sip-files00008.jp2'
b8702d670dcf3e50de5b534c4915cb8e
c18992ab8dfd8cc8ac5ec4d06e60904507db1d2b
describe
virus check
'2288837' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile67' 'sip-files00005.jp2'
5becf9c6dfa8ff700661ebd347523419
0ae2c6c03d3775095a10cbd0299db55222d08e8e
'2013-09-05T07:57:11-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:06-04:00'
virus check
'2360831' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile68' 'sip-files00006.jp2'
5f5d422d43b035581b61c1a11781985f
74934489b6da6c4f2a646b669b1d8be2fbba52c3
describe
virus check
'2324490' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile69' 'sip-files00009.jp2'
63c4213eddd3887994d2079c7bb2c237
5affd993501aca8d5ad5a7521f02a0a151821c97
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile7'
ff7ca09f7b6e24fcdd15ab39bb0f3a55
89a011ed5a8fba56a4536bbfb7094be6eb5977a1
describe
virus check
'2301658' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile70' 'sip-files00010.jp2'
f81287c8f686cf028ecdcf859ae442e7
6907ee2ccdbc0c5cd8306ec1435cad44a5a16489
'2013-09-05T07:55:46-04:00'
describe
virus check
'2263573' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile71' 'sip-files00011.jp2'
d8611e258301ce62880d52bf15a5a482
283ed7edfc1bad91af520bac239faffcdfc7270f
describe
virus check
'2297795' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile72' 'sip-files00012.jp2'
801615df8959805abf95da3a3b9ca8a1
01ffbea3c934bdcee528b1cf47309271c2bc8e21
'2013-09-05T07:56:51-04:00'
describe
virus check
'671435' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile73' 'sip-files00001.jpg'
041efc219a3c79882c75ecbf5e107c0d
46c903daa35ed173f1478df15ea7bfad18dde5a8
describe
virus check
'84161' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile74' 'sip-files00001.QC.jpg'
dadf986f110326dd7707ba9fc652481f
650a9925f2053c68ebdf4530afdf94ca7fd20e6e
describe
virus check
'746352' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile75' 'sip-files00002.jpg'
4b758fda20fc3c98c818e64653c6c832
b5333ccb37bc64acd7d12289031cffc34c3aaadd
'2013-09-05T07:57:05-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:57-04:00'
virus check
'88189' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile76' 'sip-files00002.QC.jpg'
d2a42d0366ca2447bfc4d2107c9bfaf3
20555aef3dfe3d4a9b446d58cbbe9b118fbfc2ec
describe
virus check
'885091' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile77' 'sip-files00003.jpg'
1c00a11c2c3e95d973ccea0907934ace
a7b8f54e44f5f37b068997e3331ae8e34867242d
describe
virus check
'96672' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile78' 'sip-files00003.QC.jpg'
f1eff201da621fb466b89dbe543cdf8c
c7e1836ed340a0c8b2817fa46f7115840ceab09a
describe
virus check
'774168' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile79' 'sip-files00004.jpg'
6a8b4b359c78a728a69ded4708232086
c8f8cfda5f95b903adb30c731a7f750bcc7ba2e4
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile8'
ff7ca09f7b6e24fcdd15ab39bb0f3a55
89a011ed5a8fba56a4536bbfb7094be6eb5977a1
'2013-09-05T07:57:31-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:55:33-04:00'
virus check
'90805' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile80' 'sip-files00004.QC.jpg'
95736b06b09e4485072346eed21a30d4
6c0a98d8e5cdee2bcc0d84e44bf169d5960aae77
describe
virus check
'635154' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile81' 'sip-files00007.jpg'
023f7f4f59480396721fbc48e5942c6b
f012f182044198c1219c5a868fb24b140299d8ba
describe
virus check
'86998' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile82' 'sip-files00007.QC.jpg'
7d3daa8d9351152240824a2394964929
e04584547537c186e193c37947ff582e6c201b1e
describe
virus check
'757486' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile83' 'sip-files00008.jpg'
39ef8bfc326b1a1d893abb7958ad5bac
02a00b8d4ca62dcb6193734a8abb03bc66b9e465
describe
virus check
'90740' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile84' 'sip-files00008.QC.jpg'
e41002a9024527c23676033a8a47ef3e
b14f279177e64cc025a68ecce3b74633c6e257f8
describe
virus check
'846980' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile85' 'sip-files00005.jpg'
7837dfb19f580ad1c8a3af532d1a5c69
1eae5f17cebad670b6e3363073db818a254924c3
describe
virus check
'96996' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile86' 'sip-files00005.QC.jpg'
d247d7b379d178ec60593952eb1005da
bbc88008b19766ac715fa6678b9fbe66548a7f7f
describe
virus check
'684092' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile87' 'sip-files00006.jpg'
64a121617d9ec79ee48f5c9cf5fa5fca
7ab5a3ad6cc77fac2787c66016047a8a73eb27a9
describe
virus check
'88734' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile88' 'sip-files00006.QC.jpg'
2392b80c232d4d54e9dffaabdf78d8ac
74a02af2c7983dcf4fa7c94516456c4ca1accd84
describe
virus check
'812993' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile89' 'sip-files00009.jpg'
cda5bc69d68c9bea75d448e46a817e35
c6d24d53ae1d999c46190a667238dbb384dd2f0a
describe
virus check
'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile9'
ff7ca09f7b6e24fcdd15ab39bb0f3a55
89a011ed5a8fba56a4536bbfb7094be6eb5977a1
'2013-09-05T07:56:59-04:00'
describe
'2013-09-05T07:54:49-04:00'
virus check
'91423' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile90' 'sip-files00009.QC.jpg'
5f725d1ecea4ed93529f61b8e7951a0e
c53fe548879b88bf52bb2a2365bbd40187cdcac1
describe
virus check
'754572' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile91' 'sip-files00010.jpg'
b92e882674766980487b653acf00aa26
40eaa5218e26f2ddbbf639e96e37c9124f45465f
'2013-09-05T07:56:29-04:00'
describe
virus check
'98580' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile92' 'sip-files00010.QC.jpg'
358ae00894bedcf416902f7206f4cd06
1ef12570fc259eb23accc849919fd7ad3a2914d5
describe
virus check
'741198' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile93' 'sip-files00011.jpg'
ddafdb3b1d71e5f74a5575eaae8b8556
979fe1739d300b36db11aa9364d7b952ea8c23c0
'2013-09-05T07:57:37-04:00'
describe
virus check
'88577' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile94' 'sip-files00011.QC.jpg'
8c897bbc028352ce6b001e779632f21d
982abf952a9cc197ea8cd4720fd21b7e04e73ed5
describe
virus check
'811835' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile95' 'sip-files00012.jpg'
3814613381b7d1330d202c29232105ee
dd09f01476717891b0ff624c03dd38e8ded1a62d
describe
virus check
'95041' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile96' 'sip-files00012.QC.jpg'
eccfdc4e6af2dda3b0fd671e3cdead88
bb7cb4cdc99fe2d3d700e977f52e8995dacde06f
describe
virus check
'39385' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile97' 'sip-files00001thm.jpg'
ddcb8d8f4cc71991eb41cc67f95b6a66
5c3dc0d5635ca3add1d745abcc0387cae37a4e39
describe
virus check
'39214' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile98' 'sip-files00002thm.jpg'
c1615691ba25c018c8aa07e605f7a316
e2e086d07d85432a3a870621454f8d144d80245f
describe
virus check
'40346' 'info:fdaE96GPVS3E_RESTKZfile99' 'sip-files00003thm.jpg'
75b66183fb62a99b3c95ee651de9a0e0
00f2fece4a9a6e3b25369c3e3e90ae831f80e57c
describe
virus check






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port for Seoul] were reported their’ beachhead in the the
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that
«friendly» Troops this mor-
ning had reached the town
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les from W olmi Island, whe-
re marines crashed ashore in
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valued at $ 500.000, dama-

SERED . : d by the Atlantic
Me: ge OSS oe” ged by the high winds.

beaches along the New England coast, like these at

Y BE
BOATS BEACHED B like
hurricane tossed boats onto h, Flying Cloud, and smaller craft lie high up on

“Marbleheld, Mass. Here “—
the sand.



\ by United _ States tro

heavily hit by Allied planes,
was not yet usable, they
but was securely beld..

Gen. Douglas MacArthur's .

| wan northwest. dn the: din

the Allied forces heretofore -

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——_—.

glee ath the attackers suffe-
ying «light» losses. The pre-
sence of the battleship Mis-
souri in Korean waters was
revealed with the announce- |
ment that the warship had

“ ‘bomiparded Samchok, on the
Korean east coast.

WASHINGTON.— The ste- |

-amship United States and
three other liners now be-
ing’ built will be- troopships.
When the State Depart-'
- ment follows through on Pre -

sident Truman’s instructions

to make a new effort for

Japanese peace: treaty it will
* urge the agreement place no

bars on rearming and encou- ..
rage entry of Japan into the

ee Nations. :
_ Rearmament of Germany
was dsbated ‘at the opening
session of. the, twelve North
Atlantic” treaty nations. —
EONDON.— = >< *
‘Britain’s Labor» Minister.
warned that Communist cons
pirators were plotting to dis-
rupt the nation’ s essential

services through labor dis- ,

turbances.
WASHINGTON.—
Forced | registration OL:
Communist organizations |

' ‘was said to be a feature of
legislation severely curbing
communism that was tenta-|
vely approved by Senate
-and House conferees.’ s
i WASHINGTON. — Con-
gress ‘approved the measure
paving the way for General
Mershall’s appointment as
«Secretary of Defense.





SYDNEY, Australia, — pending more thorough sur-

_ Dockers. in all New, Zealand ,
ports and in the big Austra-
lian port of Sydney were on |
strike today. The walkouts
involve about 15,000 men and |
Scores of vessels. — ?

TOK ¥ 0, — The Jap

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ae De rere

omen and children burned or ‘ aces ;



BI THREE GET-TOGET- aR — The Big Three for-3i- gn . : !
SS aS they begin — se- eret sessions
“0 of France, Dean stheson of the-U.S. and Britain’ s Ern





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NEWS \ NATIVES FATALLY, :
Lorene | SPEAR MAN- PaING 4
afapeee National Maritime Sa-,| _- On | 4

>| fety Board. said “today that. ;
a typhoon ‘has sunk, damaged © Khartoum, Yea Bey |
fee washed away eighty-se- vian Sudan. — Natives ae
ven vessels, most of them ally have speared to death |
| small craft. The typhoon pas- Asad the Assassin, a ‘man:
sed over the western coast eating lion which killed se
of the island of Hakkaido at ven humans but van away
19 & mm. ; ws when an anghy housewife
DAMASCUS, oa The pulled his tail. Three per-|
United Nations Relief and sons mauled by the lion ies
Wiorks Agency offices’ heré i serious condition at Sozer |
lwere blown up shortly after ces Yubu Hospi
“| midnight today, ‘killing one
man an dinjuring two others. Far weeks the Killer had.
w, Pierre Depage, Belgian® been stalking the Zande
ae ency mission -chief here, Country of Equatoria Pro-
said he believed the blast wince, South Sudan. He got
either was an act of vengean- his mane from the Arabic
(ea Dv an unemployed Arab word for lion — «asad».
fusee or intended as a pro-” Nee i

4. 4
ast smains
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the agency” ee

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VINE NANT ane NT GEES WEN TIENT a

se Me A N I LA. ae A. m See 'O’DWYER ATBAT. —— Ex- Mayor Williagn ODwyer of

= eruption of a ma-- FRENCH MAKE BIG a oe York appears in Washingotn before. i tke Senate

: volcano named Hibo Eg GAINS IN PLASTICS Foreign Relations Committe < to abwer critic: who op-.

seas “ed eight-four known | eS : ] pointment as U. S. ambassador t Viexico. ODyer « con-'
os including: many wo- | es Sed ; fers with Sen. Tom Connal ty.

SS

Pa



Fi .
: ren | i 5 oa

; ca oe
‘suffocated by | quantities of - Pape France’s ‘plastic| 2 :
hot voleanic ash dumped from — industry is making a brave Hiei: =
tne smoking crater. on to six comeback in the post- war
‘villages nestled around the: ‘era, but still is tiny compa-
foot of the mountain. v _ red to other nations, inclu-

Relig: agencies were rus- ding America.

“hing assistance to the isolat-
‘ed? ‘community situated on Total production last year
Camiguin Island off the north was 57.020. 000. pounds,
‘coast of Mindanao jin the compared with the gigantic|;| THE NEW
north coast of Mindanao in United States output of}; _ «MAY FLOUR CAKE fIXES>







the ie in

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the central Philippines. Most 1.500. 000, 000 pounds. JUST ADD WATER...

‘of the victims died lingering VACUME PACKED.TO ASSU EractORy PRESH.- i
deaths in makeshift field, However, the French in-\\\NESS. I t
hospitals for lack of medical dustry has made big strides : NOTHING TO ADD — EVEN THE FROSTING IN- :

aid, according to initial re- for output in 1938 was on- Oe oe |
ports from the scene of the ly 20 million pounds. The| | es \ of

q

disaster. The full extent of war stopped the industry AT ALL BETTER GROCERS (a. |
the damage and injuries is until 1945. os
still inadequately estimated | ae INSCOTT AND. HACK EN BRUCH- -AG brs FOR

jveys. refuge on. Mindanao. The|f/ZAYTI. | 2 Lope eat

Hibok Hibok ‘erupted, two /Government was reported i as.
ae ago almost to the same. ready to commandeer ships| TELEPHONE 2185

‘day causing nearly complete to provide all available CV a- } Grain aR
evacuation of the Camiguin -euation facilities if pendin,

lislands’ 49. 000 E 5
8! population by advices indicate the necessi-

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boat to the poaress place ‘of ty for it.

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ae Wesaas :

+

B Cu. i REFRIGERATOR

!

i RS a \\, his new ‘Firestone
i s pi | 8 cu. ft. vefsigerator
has five separate stor- Be
age zones to keep all
types of foodsiat peak \
flavor. There’s 4 big 7
locker for frozen 7B
foods and ice cubes;
| alarge porcelain meat
ehest for roasts and
shickens; lots of shels
area for srdinary
Yoods; twin SMISp axe
for fruite hind vee
etahles and | Boao nee
bin to meap dry Say





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ministers get down to bapoaa weressy 7.
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in New. York, Fiorn left to right are Robert ea a “"2
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SUNDAY SEPT 17.



CONFESSIONS OF A GALLOMANIAC.

Down to the outbreak of I fell in with M, Bernou, the
the war I had no more desi-, commissioner who was over
re to conserve with a French ‘here buying guns, and whose
“man in his own language | English and my French were

than with a modern Greek.'so much alike that we agreed
{throught I understood! to interchange them. We met
French well ‘enough for my daily for two weeks and wal-
own purposes, because I had|ked fo ran hour in the park,
read it off and on for twenty each tearing at the other’s
years, but when the war a- Jangnege. O ur. conversa-
roused sympathies and shar- tions, as I look back on them
pened curiosities that I had!must have run about like
not felt before, I realized the | this: :

width of the chasm that cut) E

me off from what I wished! «Jt calls to walk», said
, to feel. Nor could it be brid- 4e, sfiling Brilliantly,

ged by any of the academic, |
natural, or commercial me-! said I, «better than I had ex-

thods that I knew of. They temded.» :

were either too slow or they, «It was at you yestainday

led in directions that I did z¢ morning, but I deed not
not wish to go. I tried a pho- find.»

nograph, and after many, «lt was obliged to leap
bouts with it I acquired part early,» said I, «and I was
‘of a sermion by Bossuet and busy standing up strighi all
-. real fluency in discussing a around the forenoon.»
quinsy sore throat with a Pa-
ris physician, in case I ever send, he came, and I thank,
went there and had one. I but positively are you not de
then took fourteen conversa-'ranged?» ES
tion lessons from a Mme Car-| «Don’t talk,» said I. «Ne-
net, and being rather welll|ver talk agin. It was really





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' should, if I had kept on dili-| very, I reassure.»
gently, have been able at the| — «Pardon, 1 glide, i glode.
| «age of eighty-five to inquire rp ere was the hide of a ba-
faultlessly my way to the| 3. pid 1 crash you?» :
| post-office. I could already : sous
ask for butter and sing, a
song written by Henry IV—
-when my teacher went |
di France to take care of her
half-brother’s children. T
will say this for Mme. Car- ,
net. I came to understand,
perfectly the French for all: {] do not know whether
her personal and family af-| Berssu, who like myself was
fairs. No human being has/ middle-aged, felt as I did on
ever confided in me,so abun-| these ‘occasions, but by the
- dantly as she did. No human! suppression of every thought
being has ever so sternly re-; that I could not express in
pressed any answering confi-; my childish vocabulary, I ca-
dences of my own. Her me-| me to feel exactly like a
thod of instruction, if it was! child. They said I ought to
one, was fhat of jealous, re-! think in French and I tried.
lentless, unbridled soliloquy {to do so, but thinking in
- French when there is so lit-
Thrown on the world with tle French to think with, di-
no power of sustaining a con vests the mind of its acquisi-
versation on any other sub-|tions of forty years. Experi-
ject than the members of the/ence slips away for there are
Carnet family, I nevertheless|not words enough to lay
resolved to take no more les-| hold of it. Knowledge of good
sons but to hunt down/and evil does not exist; the
French people and make'sins have no names; and the
them talk. What I really mind under its linguistic li-
needed was a governess to, mitaions is like a rather de
take me to and from my offi- ‘fective toy Noah’s ark. From
ce and into the park at noon, the point of view of Bernou’s
but at my age that was out, and mly vocabulary, Central
of the question. Then began'Park was as the Garden of,
a career of hypocritical bene- Eden after six months —
' volence. I scraped acquintan- new and unnamed things eve
ce with every Frenchman rywhere. A dog, a tree, a sta
whom I heard talking En- tue taxed all our powers of
glish very badly, and I beca- description, and on a com-
me immensely interested in plex matter like a policeman
his welfare. I formed the ha- our minds could not meet at
“bit of introducing visiting all. We could only totter to-



«I noticed. no insults,« I
eplied. «You merely gnaw-
ed my arms>

-

of

Gestures and smiles
perfect understanding.





uit

Frenchman to French-speak-| gether a few steps in any
_ ing Americans, and sitting,| mental direction. Yet there

i

|





was a real pleasure in this

with open mouth, in the flow
earnest interchange of insipi-

ef their conversation. Then



«The book 1 prayed you)

Jing in between, and as

on in years at the start, I'noting wenywhere.l had been

/taurants,

' changed them for objects e-

\der that they might think it



HAITI SUN — PAGE 3

—_—



dities and they were highly the river, to whom my rela-|_;.ans for dabbling in French,
valued on each side. For my|tion was for several months ince I myself am the worst
part I shall always like Ber-|that of a grandchild, though, a a epleee put I see no rea-
nou, and feel toward him as/I believe we were of the sa- se why ae of us should
my childhood’s friend. I won|me age. He tried to form my : cera that it is anything
der if he noticed that I was|character by bringing me up we
ae oo eee ey, bothe-|on, such praiseworthy episo- more than dabbling. The
red with a tiresome profes-|des of his life as he thought|\,.44] way of reading French





sion. I certainly never suspec |I was able to grasp. does not lead eve’ an ac-
ted. ne he was. His langua- quaintance with ] 1A lite-
ge utterly failed to give me| wow at the end of a long|rature. Everybody .. ws that

ee year of these persistent pue-|words in a living ».uigaage in
order to be undersiwod have
to be lived with. They are
not felt as a part of living :
literature when you see them’
pressed out and labeled in a My
glossary, but only when you
hear them fly about. A word.

is not a definite thing suscep-
tible of dictionary explana- -
tion. It is a cluster of asso- |
ciations, reminiscent of the
sort of men that used it, sug
gestive of social class, occu-

After I lost Bernov I fas- rilities I am able to report
tened upon an unfroked pri-|two definite results: In the
est who had come over here first place a sense of my in-
land gone into the shoe tra-|capacity and ignorance infi-
lde— a small, foxy man, who|nitely vaster than when I be
‘regarded me, I think, in the| gan, and in the second a pro
light o fan aggressor. Hej found distrust, possibly vin-;
wanted to become complety dictive in its origin, of all A-
American and forget France,|â„¢Mericans in the city of New
and as I was trying to rever- York who profess an ac-
se the process, I rather got ,quaintance with French cul-
in his way. He could talk of ture, including teachers, cri-
mediaeval liturgies and his "CS; theater audiences, lec:|
present occupation, but noth- | ture audiences and patrones- pation, mood, digri+~ or the.

he ses of visiting Frenchmen. lack of it, primne., violen--

It was perhaps true, as peo}ces, pedantries, 01 3 latitudes.
ple said at the time, -that a It hardly seems 1% 2ssary to
certain French theatrical ex-| say that words in . -tving li-
‘periment in New York could|terature ought to ring in the
not continue for the simple ear with the sounds that real-.
|reason that it was too good|lybelong to them, or that
a thing for the theater-going| poetry without an echo.can=
public to support. It may be} not be felt. ele
that the precise equivalent of : ae
the enterprise, even if not] It may be that there is no
hampered by a foreign lan-| way out of it. Perhaps it iss
guage, could not have per-|inevitable that the colleges
manently endured. Yet from} which had so long taught the
what I saw of its audiences, ;dead languages as if they w:
critics, enthusiasts, and from|re buried should now teach’
what I know af the Ameri- the living ones as ie they,
ean Gallophile generally, in-| were dead. But there is no
cluding myself, I beiieve the|need of pretending that this
linguistic obstacle “to have|formal acquaintance with —
been more serious than they books results in precia~
would have us suppose— ge-| tion of literature. “.vo sense
rious enough to account for, of the intimate quality of Be
the situation without drag-} Writer can be founded-on a
ging i nour aesthetic incapa- Verbal vacuum. His plots, his ~
jcity. It was certainly an obs- Place in literature, his cen-
tacle that less than one-half tral motives, and the opinion
of any audience ever succe- , of his critics could all be just
ded in surmouning. jas adequately conveyed, if
|his books were studied in the
‘language of the deaf and
‘dumb. Of course, C2» may be
drawn to an auth ©: by that



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spoke English very well, his
pratical mind revolted at the
use of a medium of commu-
nication in which one of us
ialmost strangled when there
-was another available in
which we were both at ease.
I could not pump much |
French out of him, He would |
burst into English rather re-
;sentfully, Then I took to the
\streets at lunch-time an tried |
| newsdealers, book-shops, res

invented imagina-

ry errands, bought -things

that I did not want, and ex-














|

ven, lessé desirable. That
kept a little conversation
jgcing day by day, but on the
whole it was a dry season. It
is a strange thing. There are
more than thirty thousand
of them in the city of New
York, and I had always heard
that the French are a_clan-
nish folk and hate to learn
another language, but most
of my overtures in French; I do not mean that the rest
brought only English upon) of the audience got nothing
the more desirable it seemed] out of it, for so expressive
me. The more pains I took|were the players by other! ; Rs
to them that I should be spa-) means than words, that. they ee put i we me ardly

red the trouble of continuing, often sketched ,the play, out, a the artistic at ction of

I was always diving into literature; it is as it one felt —

: in pantomime. The physical | Feat 3
French and they were always activities of the tr oupe did we tp TOA Dy, aaa
pulling me out again. They

terest exclusively in her bo-
thought they were humane.

2
a



Pes

|





not arise, as some of the cri- |
tics decl iva)
ies declared, from the viva-

city of the Gallic fener
ment; nor were they sash may pec L offer then

Ba’ ne Others Wena od beeen Gallophiles without apolo-
se in the seventeenth centu-|o” On the contrary I rather
ry French actors had ore that I am writing over —
acrobats. These somewhat] Headey i)
exaggerated gestures weré
occasioned by the pereeatonl

i By:
tators were beginners in

French. They’ were supplied i

by these ever-tactful people! | If a fool be associated
as a running translation for a with a wise man all his life,
pais body of self-improving Le will perceive the truth as
well with my friend M, Bar| eo a 4 spoon.’ peitesves
tet, a paralytic tobacconist ; te taste of soup. cae
in the West Thirties near 1 do not blame other Ame- Chinsiel Be

Elementary as these re-

French people hate broken
French worse than most of
us hate broken English. But
when dragged out into ‘the
light of English I tried \ to
talk just as foolishly in or-





was not really my French
that was the matter with
me. Some times that work-
ed quite well. Finding
mie just as idiotic in my own
language they went back to
theirs. It certainly worked











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HAITI THIS WEEK... -——Jouamearata Bays

2 PAPERS See


































RALLY FOR COLONEL jHAITI TO PARTICIPATE GUATEMALA — The ee
PAUL E. MAGLOIRE __|IN TARIFF CONFERENCE| Communist weekly , Octubre, aa SS. ——

HELD AT HASCO SUGAR | . which circulated freely for) =
ioe ‘g

PLANTATION Haiti will be pepreuonted several months, has been ban
ASK FOR ¢ a ?





at the tariff conference ned here by Col, Elfego H.| ==

Thursday neendon a poli-|which will be held at To- Monzon, GVERIstee oe Gowerhe(

tical rally was organized in| quar England Sept. 28 th.\ (ment, on the ground that the! —
honor of presidential candi-| The Haitian Sinton Wieliies tovee witacl!



date Colonel Paul E. Magloi-|includes, Mr Pierre Cauvin,} 10m, Which prohibits the or-/
re at Hasco plantation on the|Mr. Ernest Bonhomme, and ganization of political par-
Cul de Sac, under the direc-|Mr, Alexander Dominique ties of a foreign character.
tion of M. Monestime André.| Mr. Dominique heads the The circulation of the Ca-
An enthousiastic gathering de Legation. Fes _weekly Accion Social





‘of the local people, applau- ; Cristiana, founded five years
ded Col +1 Magloire, throu-| RADIO FESTIVAL ago and which lately had
‘€hout ® afternoon, =. = | © HONORS continuously attacked com:
Mare: André, son of M.| aude : munism and criticized the
‘Monesti André, delivered | Presidential Cahdidats ~ |Government’s alleged toleran
Paice welcome! ind tol Colonel Paal E Magloire |ce of Communist activities
lowing several other spee-| Each Sunday a Radio Fes- here, also was banned, on| §
ches, buffet Luncheon was jtival, in honor of Colonel] the ground that it was a Fa-
served the guests. ‘Magloire is held on the|!angist mouthpiece. _
See grand stand at the ‘Champ _The editor of Octubre, Jo-| \ve F. Béduainshar Succrs. Pegi ai Prince
: CENTRE DART HAS” de Mars. se Manuel Fortuny, a former _ Général Agents .
Cos E DE SI GNING |A Nuniber me speakets come}! Congressman, has refused to
CLASS @ 7 forth each week and the po-| acknowledge the Minister of) ——————
ee ‘pulas eoueane hae ore pte-| Government’s authority to
Miss Bradly, ‘of he Uni- |sented are enjoyed by a Lar-;ban the paper. He nal
ge sunday audience.. | brought the question up be-t;
These Festivals are direc: fore Congress, stating that,

f Michelet Jean-jthe action threatens the eel
ttution NE



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Soe ae erie ee Rey pees







versity of Ohio, who has
visited many of the Art Ins-
titutes of Central and South ted by M
ie America, is at present _offe- Baptiste.

att 1 tume des .
: es oo Lo Q ee OF INTEREST. TOL RUSSIAN SUB REFUELS
eo FOREIGNERS, EMBASSIES AT GU ATEMALA PORT

- ‘The classes are held each}
‘Tuesday, Thursday and Sa- }OR LEGATIONS «&
- | Haitian girl brought up in Gon Mex. — Twokt
Bie

tur ing.
Sih day eae B the Dominican Republic, Russian ships and a submalt
Highly recommended desires, rive have been seen recent-;










par eaoeed nce = — _
EOLOMBIA SEIZES | work with foreigner, Embas- ly refueling in Guatemala’
OUNTERFEITERS ~) \sy or Legation as governess ports, it was reported here. oe

“BOGOTA, Colombia. Sept.Jor any other work. Kindly Saturday.
15.—Police broke yesterday} apply to the Editor of «Hai- Three travelers, all iecae

o Motor King Batteries |
a counterfeiting ring headed ti Sun». bed as prominent lumber- es ee ep eee!







“by two recently arrived Spa-| ~ Uae lmen from the tiny British - Al ie 4
ee ot-Henals aaa impoun- “GUINEA HEN crown colony of Belice,said :
ded ce te ‘counterfeiting they saw two Russian fre _ FIRFST ONE
equipn _ that served the; Super Fresh Z : | chters loading fuel oil im
ring te «tr ten peso bills to} Specialties Puerto Barrios. They repor-'
100 peso denomination. The| Grand Rue. ted, that «everybody (on the A Mos ol
ring also engaged in counter, Next to Pharmacie — ‘Caribbean Coast of ' Guate- ARS
} Telemaque mala) knows that Soviet.



feiting oe ee
; ships refuel there».

| They said that « ecently» *
they saw a «mysterious So-”
viet submarime» dock at.

Puerto Livingstone and dis-'
‘charge several passengers
before taking on fuel.

5 i}
(f \U.S.TO RETURN WAR
‘TROPHIES TO MEXIUO



DRY CLEANERS—




| HAITIAN AMERICAN



Washington. -- President
‘Truman Saturday signed le
\ gislation authorizing the re
‘tun to Mexico of flag, stan

1

idards, colors and emblems _

ee ee -quic KER STARTS...
_ SMOOTHER Fete

| The bill was introduced
: REG, 155 -

‘by Senate Foreign Rela-
‘tions Chairman Connally




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‘CHAMPAGNE a
Ef FROM ISRAEL ie

PEDESTALS AEE Y

Next to Pan Ame; ican Office

eran ties ahenieo a ance

y IN SETS OF 4 or MORE

‘Nathanya, Israel. — French
nth 4) and Asraeli capitalists plan

| to exbort champagne from
this little Mediterravean co- — 50
astal city. A, bottling plant ts.

Ais under construction.

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SUNDAY SEPT 17. 1950 ' HAITI SUN phe cor A oo PAGE 5

FISH ;

SUPER FRESH . : HOURS
é - Hours are from 8 a.m. tilb.
: 4 p.m. some shops close be-
: : _tween the hours of 12 and.

- SPECIALTIES.
2 p.m.

Grand Rue, Next to
Pharmacie Telemaque |
EE:
Sat. is noon closing, but
a number of shops especial-
ly Souvenir shops stay opem
through ithe day.
Banks open at” . ana
i close at 1 p.m. Sa © 42g is
} 2000. — |
| Post Offfice of at 8 &
| .m and close at 5:30 p.m.
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—_—————

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LA BELLE CREOLE

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1% cups sifted’ Cake Flour
2 tespoons baking powder



1 1-6 cups sugar
1 1-6 cups heavy sour cream
salt ;
Zeris
Pineapple
5 or 6 dots of butter —
Method: Cover bottom of
glass baking dish with pre-
‘serves about 34 inch deep,
dot with butter
Mix cake as foliow and
pour over Pineapple: Sift
flour, baking powder, soda,
_ salt and sugar together se-|
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_ til it holds it’s shape, and
eggs, unbeaten, then add
flour, sugar, etc., in thirds | =
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after each addition, lastly va
nila. Bake at 350 degrees-ab
out 35 minutes. Pan 8x 12.
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ST FRANCIS HOTEL This summer I had the the camp was over, was his |

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who spent 6 weeks of Mon-)can tell you «he continued»
a’s University College of the} is that I’m going back home
West Indies, a refugees camp|with a new idea of humani-
transformed after the war ty». It was, I think, a very
and which the Jamaicans are} vague answer, not definite
very prouc to call one of the; enough to explain what our
greatest Universities of Cen-| was during those 7 weeks
tral America. There we were| and what profit we got out of
25 young men and women of it. I will go iurther than he
nearly as many shades of co-}Our work was real. The pro-
lor; citizens of seven diffe-|ject was to build a combined
rent countries; and we were |boys’ club and community |
holding the second Interna-|¢enter, in the Papine district
tional Work Camp to be held; where one had long been
\ in Jamaica. Our home coun- needed. Papine is a small

Tod: etween the hours) ries were Haiti, U.S. A., Bri community about 7 miles
of 10 a.m. and 1.00 p.m-\ tis, Honduras, British Gui- from Kingston and 1 mile
the artist groups LE FOYER)... @ngland and Jamaica. from the University College
DES \ ARTS P LASTICS>) qn that lang University bar- where we were staying, and
will hold their First exbibi- rack called the Welfare Hut, every morning it was a plea-
-|we were futhering the work sure for the habitants of

that district to watch us

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by a Swiss pacifist, Pierre going to work like a hanpy
Geresole. Ceresole was the and lively band, hiking
one who . through the river bed, sing-

es . rted the movement now ing and smiling and it was
Of 160 panies exhibed by Hcaaona ly known as In- ;also wonderful for them to

40 artists. The public is t- ternational Work Camp. He;watch the young women
maintained, that better un- working right along with the
derstanding should and be Ineiling and using the chisel,

The exhie.t, which wil
be held at the «Palace of
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Se

Our daily schedule was to
be up at 4.30 am., breakfast
at 5, fifteen minutes for me-

and studying together. Cere-
> The nrofessor of physiolo-|sole’s first step foward the
when a gunman pushed a re| gether a group of French &| Houte pon ne dee promP
volver against his ribs and, German students, (former en- UY al 0, a prea. or tunch a
said: «If you move, you're a nemies) to rebuil a village pe knock vif at 2 p.m.,
dead man». | near Verdun that had been | 20™© again for a shower, rest
destroyed by shellfire. The and Sue at 6. At night,
start was very difficult, but,|Sometimes, we had long and



ne the — contrary, my

frien —dlied - the profes-| neverthless, the idea caught Pea -discusions about) .
sor. < __ove, it is precise-' and spread and is still sprea- : oe ae and twice a week:
ly becé. my nervous sys-| ding. ectures by eminent Jamai-

canspeakers. But the camp
was not all work, there were
visits to the different histori
cal places of Jamaica, and
their beautiful beaches and-

j | rivers.
i {

tem ana my muscuiar sys-| ‘There is too much to be told
tem are at ‘present in that! «said one of the Work Cam-
‘imperfectly defined state cal-} pers, when a Jamaican Angli-
led life» —/ Pour tous. {can priest asked him, after

ne nate aco

os

#| The camp was sponsored
j | by the American Friends’ Ser |
| vice Committee and Earlham
| College. Kingston - St. An-
4} drew Youth Council gave a
1| grant which corvered part of
\|the materials and tools used
} for the erection of the pro-
i jject; the bivouac was -provi-
{f {ded by the University Colle. |
| ge of the West Indies and the |

| Jamaican Government, :






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BLACK MAJESTY
The life of Christophe
King of Haiti ...By

John W. Vandercock. With

drawings by Mablon.
—With a golden bullet

‘he had moulded years befo-

re, Henry Christophe, the

_. black Emperor of Hayti, en-
‘ded his life, bringing to an | (oa Same
i If youre in that class,

end one of the most extraor
dinary and romatic careers

in the history ef the New
World.

At the height of his pow
er he built the Magnificent
fortress of the La Ferriére, a
structure rivalling the py-
ramids in incredibility, e-
‘ven in its present half-ruia-
ed state. An untutored man,
statue and
virility, he freed Hayti, suc
cessfully, defied Napoleon
amassed a_ pet-
sonal fortune of millions

and ruled his Kingdom with
‘an iron hand. .

- wanted.

LIBRARY

«THE WALL» —
BY JOHN HERSEY

How long has it been sin
ce you visited a library,
Have you stayed away be-
cause you thought you
might not find the book you

ls

| his column is for you be-
‘cause im it we are going to
‘point out some of the Books
we found on the «Lamp»
‘Lit shelves of the Haitian A-
mevican Institute, just watt
ing for the right person.

To reveal the full stature
of man in the face of catas-
itrophe, John Hersey has used
;a classical literary device —
the rediscovery of lost re-
cords. For even though the







neration.

John Hersey was born in
Tientsin, China, in 1914 and
lived there until 1942, when

truly great novels of our ge-:



A
HAITIAN ARTIST —
ROBERT ST. BRICE

Robert St Brice,
of primitives,

painter
was born im

PAGE 7



re without knowing why.
But you must confess, some
of the others, especially the
vodoo subjects, are quite dif
ficult to understand without



United States. He attendea)2## im 1898, he painted| Wings your reasons for
| 2s first painting, a monkey painting them. ol

Hotchkiss School, was gra-
duated from Yale in 1936,
and then went to England to

'|study at Clare College, Cam-

bridge, for a year. Upon his
return to this country he
was private secretary to Sin-
clair Lewis for a summer.
jHersey has been a_ writer,
editor, and war correspon-
dent for Time and ;iaite sa
writer for The New Yorker
and other magazines, and an
editor of 47. His jobs as a
correspondent took him to
the Pacific theater of war in
1942, the Mediterranean in
1943, to Russia in 1944-5, and
China-and Japan both before
the war and in 1945-6.

: family returned to the

“While based in Russia,
Hersey went with other cor-
respondents into Poland ‘and

two years ago. The Ameri-
|can painter Alex Johu togk
wt to the Centre d’Art and
St-Brice has never ceased to
\paimt since, Painting is
now his living, with the
help of a small butique (gro
cera store 1a the basement

‘ouroy. sy jo

Q — There is something
unusual in your paintings,
«Primitive painters» | tend
toward ealism in their ex:



‘pression. Why do you then

|as a painter belonging to
the «primitive school», eli-
minate all the. realistic de-
tails of your subject?

. — I understand what
you mean, St.Brice said has
tily. You must understand
that I have four chiidren
and it is my responsibility

wall is ostensibly culled from, Wsthonia after those coun-)t0 educate them. If I wane

«the Levinson Archive» it is)iries had been liberated by, tO be realistic in painting a

a novel. Its substance is his-|the Russians. At that time) Woman or

a donkey, I

Vandercook, with his bril| ‘ory, but its details are in-/he saw the ruined Warsaw, Would have to represent all
vented. It transmutes the re-} ghetto, the Lodz ghetto, and the sexual: parts of the wo-

lian understanding, and af-
ter much research in Christo
phe’s tropical empire, has

_ written a complete authentic

‘biography of the black em-
perotes ts :

‘cord of vast tragic events in-
‘to a great work of the ima-
gination,

- On the surface’ the wall is

| number of concentration

camps, and these drew his
'attention to the circumstan-

.ces that became the back-:

ground for The Wall. Other

Mahlon Blaine became a|the story of the systematic | hooks by Hersey are Men on

sailor when he was sixteen,
but he didn’t run\away to

sea; his father sent him.

Since he has always been
a rover; he has been in eve-
ty country that has a sea-
port. Upon his arrival in a
port, he immediately visited
the art museums. Mr. Blaine
has been drawing since he
was a ‘child, but has aever
had any lessons.

His first venture in book-

illustration came about

when his ship stopped in

to have a bro-
ken shaft fixed, during the
ships’ stay he was asked to
illustrate «Limehouse
Nights.» His work became
so successful that he was
asked to illustrate a limited
edition of «Salammbo», by
Flambert..

He has visited Haiti seve-

piecemeal extermination cf
the Jews of the Warsaw
ghetto, and of the heroic re-
sistance of defenseless men
and women againts the full

brute force of the Germans.

But the real story is the
growth in spirit of a group
jot friends, so that they emer-
|Be undismayed and trium-
‘phant in the face of physical
| annilation.

_ What makes this novel so



|The author is interested pri-

marily in separate indivi-
duals — Jewish, Polish; Ger-



his novel is built out of se-
'parate revelations of motive
and impulse and actual deed
It probes events in terms of
individual responsibility, hu-
man values, and personal de



exciting is its universality.

| Bataan, (1942), Into the Val-

‘ley (1943), A Bell for Adano.

(1944, awarded the Pulitzer

Price), and Hiroshima (1946)

|

|



man — in people. And 80 Qommmmemean: cmc |

\

SUE oe |

‘man or the donkey. Since
‘my children watch me
| work, they would get bad
|thoughts from such an ex-
act painting. I don’t think
it is my business to open
their minds in tha: direc-
tion. :

Q. — I can see your point
about the education of your
chiidren byt wha: i :meant
is, for instance, whe you
are painting a donkey, it
doesn’s seem 9 nic that
you fepresent it as it is itt
reality.

| A.— Well! in this case
ithese details, vou are talk
_ing about, are not so im-
portant. When I paint a hu-
man being, you can see it is
mot an anima, you can su-
rely distingwsh clearly a
dortkey from a bird; and e-
i ven if I cut out the donkey’s



| . NOTICE |: ak you still can recognize

| The Haitian American

Instituta announces that it

‘now has a permanent win-
dow display at the Valerio



”

jit is a donkey.



‘said I can now appreciate
‘many of your paintings,

'Canez store on the Grand’ paintings that I liked befo-



Q.— From wha: you just |.

ce at A la Caravelle

+}

tal times and has seen the Ore ee an

palace of Sans Souci, and | '@*S weak as well as strong, | j

hi : Pkg aber: chameful as well as_ heroic, | cures remanence | caro
ee Sa ee Pe craven as well as_pitiable, iu HOW
ee ese ae heres lecrdia as well as Sabie | A woman is the only thing |

than anything on earth, and but in the end it becomes a I am afraid of that I know |



: ee ee WALL transcends all ‘flects on what he | id;
1 Port-au-Prin- ; LHE transcends a at he has sai
Obtainable in book John Hersey’s other work. It the wise man, on what Be

is without doubt one of the lis going to say.

en ren ners on seme cine

store. Price $2.75

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A.— I can imagine so
And that is why I hate peo-
| ple to say that I paint like
a child. Every single thing

that I put in my painting ©

has a meaning to me and
'the right to be where I put

it. A painting is the result

of my thoughts and my ex-
| periences. If I paint a don-
key, or a bird this donkey
jor this birds quite dif-
[ferns from the one going
‘along the road of flying in
the sky. It has some mean-

my religion. Those who do
not know my thoughts, my
experiences and do not un-
derstand much about my.re-
‘ligion can hardly explain

the song says:
«Mal lan gran
chaché feuille 6! ti
| 6 moin rivé, moin pote
\feuille yo! Sa
Lé moin rivé, yo di ¢e
jouanga m’poté» (1) -



I went to the woods to

leaves (medicine)

pig Me back,

When I came
brought the leaves
When I came back, they

said I brought leaves for
| «magic. :
| By Jean CHENET .

7

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HAITIAN MURAL |

An unusual mural in the
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PORT AU PRINCE ty, Se tau-Prince

= = was dedicated on March 9

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A unique collection of re-},; in the International Expo-

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Visiting Hours: Monday with the angels capes cabo-
through Saturday 9 AM — ve, were executed by: tour
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land Pierre Monosiet.

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noit, who painted the Nati-
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«ARIES» — For Those Born
“March 21 — April 20 or
Rries Rising. -
SUN. 20th—Have a
time, but don’t get stuck with
the check. Avoid exagera-
tion, tall talk empty promi-
ses. i
MON.—Meet new people
-in new places; explore new
territory for social or busi-
‘ness advantage.
TUE.— Personal conflicts

‘in romance or business ven-
ture. Evening’s best to gain
the prize you’re after.
. WED.—Business and pri-
vate. imterests may clash.
‘Keep emotion out of the pic-
ture to gain material ends.
“Reject rash, impulsive mo-
‘ves.
THU.—There’s a premium
“on experience, competence,
efficiency that pays off in
“promotion, a better job. Deal
‘with those at the top.
FRI—Unwise — spending
leaves you poorer, brings you
‘no nearer desired) social or
practical goals.
SAT.—{Speculative moves
are illadvised, unless you’ve
enough to cover should re-
sults be less than promised
~or expected. :

the

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HAITI SUN

April 21—May 21 or Taurus
rising. ;
SUN—Getting out and
away may take you or part-|a definite stand on-recent; de-
ner into expensive bypaths or velopments. Partners or ot-
commitments. Enjoy yoyr-|hers may be inclined to play
self but remember restraint.! too big a hand or advise you
MON.—Push sales, finan-|to do so. ~ Be
cial arrangements, but keep| MON.—Listen to other peo
an eye out for hidden costs. | ple’s suggestions or: invita-
Losses, shortages, or a cold| tions, but-take your time rea
shoulder can stymie evening.' ching decisions, for evening
‘TUE.— ‘Control emotions] brings other and heavier con
and take no chances, Intense] siderations. oe
quarrels, accidents, breaka-/ TUE—Morning news may
ge, are hazards. Negotiate,| not be good; sneed can cause
improve relations in p.m. accidents. People you. work
WED. — Don’t let pride,| with or for may be illumo-
poor judgment or advice red, but night is pleasanter.
short circuit, opportunities..| 'WED.—Foggy notions, a
Unusual’ solutions, surprise} distorted sense of values, can
offers, may break in evening.| ruin a good chance to impro-
_ 'THUR.—Now you can re-| ve practical situations or ma-
ally see your way clear. Cir-|ke a good deal. Don’t listen
culate, arrange interviews,| fo advice.
present ideas or material. THUR.—Yow’re in a good
FRI— Demands, abrugtness,| position to discuss financial
ean loose the whirlwind. Safe) or practical affairs and settle |
guard position, — reputation;| them amicably and profita-
avoid clashes, scenes at home| bly.
or abroad. - | #RI—Definitely . unfavo-
SAT.—Let things quiet ‘table for travel, especially’
down, doing nothing to revi-| for long trips. A major set-to!
ve troublesome issues. Keep! with in-law can occur. Use|
Boone ana ces _ | care to prevent domestic ac-|

«
May 22—une 21 or Gemini

rising, ;
SUN.—You'll have to take

ought never to be compi-

POETS CORNER _

< |tiag. of the’ London. Library
The vagabond, when rich, shat people with no ree:
St knowledge of poetry were
When the rich assemble compiling anthologies.
to concern themselves with «Then we get blamed ab-’

the business of the poor it is Duh. mod papel
aya ; ‘ oetiry» A
calied charity. When the poetry», she

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is called a tourist



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j . | Perhaps it ought to be ar
By Paul RICHARD ranged that the very im-—

The poet reciting to Lady portant people who didn’t
Diana while the footman know Korea was loaded —
whisper «have a banana». should hereafter be less im-

The judge enforcing the portant. .~ Can se
obsolete Hy ee |4 SHROPSHIRE LAD
ane a
_ The expert designing the bejolly, wey. oe we
long range gun. : ae OTE es os

To exterminate everyone Te ey ae ae ae eee
under the Sun, 5 Ls Re gh oy
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ecm mater I

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LOBSTER.
Super Fresh
Specialties et

cidents,
SAT.— Yestesday’s hard
feeling and other troubles

“elemaque TEL:

HOLLYWOOD GOES TO WAR: CHEESECAKE QUEENS POSE AGAIN

Hollywood needs scamt | houndén duty. So here we
excssc any time to rush its| eo acain. |
| World War I are girding the world over, is out of the.
“or action =~ all except one Hollywood © picture
Rita Fayworth, whose pose



_ In a new movie titled “I Was a‘Shoplifter” the tricks of the trade of sho
yea pectin writers and given away to the public. Unprogrammed shoplifting, however,
_: {by pretty Peggie Castle, shown above, i S ] j 1
a, Peggie-is.also on the screen currently in “Buccaneer’s Cirl,” Unie!
_-wersal-International productién starring Yvorine De Carlo and Philip Friend. — ae eee a





continue, with every. one!
standing pat. Late evening
'.. may bring on a talking stage,

Grand Rue
Next to Pharmacie

{

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in a filmy black ‘and. white
All the queens of wightie decorated barracks

ROW.
a fA

But

led except by poets or peo-|\mamsccaeae Re
ple with a passion for poe- aie
try» according to Dr. Edith

f

If you wish t> bnow'a

Sitwell, herself one of Bri- thousand years, them consi-
tain’s leading poets. e

der today,
Hsu Fz.

She told the annual mee-\

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at nears oe opens mene omeren owner ent TH ET
Sees ah oo Seep ee oe EERE S SH reel poate qiaden ar ae







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dence Hollywood isn’t waiting. They look like kids si
but they’re actually glamour girls Joyce Holden (left) and Peggy

_ Puhizer Prize play now being filmed wi

" With the “corner, here

good, old summertime just around the
out of Mark ‘T

Ghias aaa F Dow, Universal-International starlets making their:marks, in movies,”
plifting a ecient ee | ; : dover ig CUPECUHY playing Jimmy Durante’s girl friend in the comedy "
: : r iar 2: : yee a) Sauhs Cepek SSN gg igh meee
a bit player who makes her: bow;in movies. A honey from ths! ' Eee’ Prise play not Cope ln re ee Harvey,” Cae,



th James Stewa

tarred.
Sua gant | Bid Reda, Peete






~ 20 have returned jram their |
_ wedding trip to the Domi-\are to be

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“ Mr and Mrs Renato Alon ce Miss Solange Etheart

nican Republic and are ma-| month.
‘Ring their temporary home| A son
in Port-au. -Prince. to Mr. and Mrs Paul Boncy
The. couple was married
sept ith. at the Sacré-Coeur
church Turgeau. .

and son are doing well. Mrs.
Boncy was the former Mado
Mathon.



| ' Mr. and Mrs.

and Jean Verna of Hinche|
married next bag factory ni Boziton. :

sie
(Pierre) was born’

last Tuesday. Both Mother gne farewell party for Jens

HAITI SUN

——-

| Dr. Casadas is the Ist Se-| Staying at the Hotel Roo
Kolnick. Kolnick is conect-
‘ed with the shipping busin-
Nowark ess in Miami.
.who are on their third trip :
to Haiti, have decided to stay
this time.
| The Nowark who are
| staying at the El Rancho, at ;
present are house seeking |Bourdelle and family re-
n the Petionvillé area turned to the U.S thursday
Mr. Nowark is starting a after a stay in of more than
‘a year. Mr Bourdelle will
XXX lecture this winter at Co-
Wednesday night the lombia University.
Deemings gave a champa- XXX

| bassy here in Port-au-Prin-
Ce. :

Mr Jens Koch returned
0 Miami Thursday.



American Artist, Pierre



‘

Koch, the «Great Dane» Ar| Mr. O. Peters arrived
chitect, who has been with\ from Ciudad Trujillo last
us for the last 10 months, week, and spent several days



_eretary at the Brazilian Em- sevelt are Mr and Mrs Max]

SUNDAY SEPT 17. 1950:

ist Mr. Morel Maird arrw--
ed from Havana last week. |
\and is staying at the Hotel.
Splendid. . _

_ Colonel Magloire and for-
\mer classmates of the Milita-
ry School, celebrated their
‘twentieth anniversay of ser-
vice; Friday, with a Lun-.
cheon at the Hotel El Ran-
cho. es

. he See

| There are people who do:
things in an unkind Way, -
people whose touch hurts,
whose voices jar, whose tem
pers plays them false, wha-
wound and worry the 3eo-
ple they love in the very act-
af trying to conciliate them, °
and yet who need afffection



The bride was the _for-

Carmen’ Lopes Rojes staying at Thorland. Inter-\in Port-au-Prince, staying as much as the rest of us.

Bill Talamas on business

mer
daughter of Ambassador in the Big City (N. Y.) in- national Club. A mong the| at the Sans Souci. George Bernard Shaw

and. Senora Rojas of Vene- texds to return to P-au-P. in Many friends taking leave,| ' Edouard Peloux accompan-

= eyela. ie Lee |fwo weeks were Mr. and Mrs Eric. Mr. J. Brady eS Company ted by his wife and two char-

ies Renato Alonzo the groom | Edward L. Brown, a tra- Neff Mr. and Mrs Dua-|?4rager from Miami spent ming daughters Simone and

* is son of Senora Ana Maria vel agent, from Fort Lauder ne Adam: Lt. and Mrs,| several days in the city last Maud left last friday for a

‘dale Florida, spent several George ELIE, the French Ar| week, ai the Sans Souci. two months vacation in N.

Ale72 of Mexico: City.
os 2 Mr. and Mrs. Lundberg, y

. Senorita Eva Lopes Rojas day at the Hotel El Rancho tist Bourdell, Mr and Al- : ; jokes
ES who was maid of bhoneur' Last week. bert Mangones, Mr. James arnved from Ciudad Tru-, Mr. and Mrs Hans Stech-
for ber sister, returned to xXx O. Phinton and Arthur Ken| illo bast week, __ jer left friday on a visit. to
Caracas last tuesday. | Mr. F. W. Kessler — Stad nedy. | The Uras--* Industrial-' New York. ;
Juan beother of the Bri- iter a wellknown New York Mrs Eric Neffe °celebre-







It has been announced

that Jan Laudin son of the i>

4 a de, also left on tues day. City merchant returned to ted her birthdy lats friday. gery
. ' He will take up his studies the U. S. Friday» He had at her home in Depas. AEE f Y
ay at Tulane” University New been Staying at the El Ran-' Miss Joan Ratner of “74 SG ¥20L PO? CF
_ .. Orleans. cho. 7 «Thisweek» is back in the é Gé 4 f : eC Men toveé
aa aeery xxx | Dr. and Mrs. Luiz Garvi- city. This time to enjoy 4 oN ACT
x _ Gary Davis and wife Au- do Casadas and Mrs. Casa- much longer vacation. L4E WAY H M ERE BG UQUET

| x

. dre returned to the U. S. das. Mother, Sencra Agos-:
Reese d last tinba Ponee de Leao, are
4 week. | staying at the Hotel El Ran:
ai It bas been announced cho.

a Ss sae So

show business.




Chief of -Protocole, and
Ghislaine Paul daughter oj
Mr. and Mrs Edouard P.
Paul, will be married satur

‘day 23 Sept. at 6.30 p.m. at











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the Sacré-Coeur church in

| Turgeau. -!

og |
va

= Genevieve Peloux and
‘Robert Castera are engaged |
| A Féte is to be held at
Diquini this morning in ho!

‘

B nour of Col. Magloire. lem

Its true

( Zest To The Hour

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féte is sponsored by Beilan-
| de and Bayard. ere as

Pat Weiderman returned. ud
to the city thursday, from a











through tour of the Carri- ee the wonderful evening is over, ee
Bee | 5) / pone the pees memory of you POR ae
_ Robert Taylor and ean } } | Sow Creams eee “be
«Somebody», are making ag Of course it will, if you bathe with
their headquarters, Higgins | ~ Cashmere Bouquet Soap. Cashmere

Bark Bouquet gently caresses your skin leay-

Edoaurd Hynes left fri-} _ ing it with the fragrance men love. This
day for Obio,where he will\ 2\ cantiizing bouquet comes from a secret
study at a business school| 8 fe ere of eee rare perfumes,
for four years. : = find es costly than you'd expect to

The Former Gladys Lé-} ke peek

: ger of Port-au- Prince who| 7 Be forever sweet and dainty with
now resides with her hus- ee Cashmere Bouquet Soap .. . for-
band in Jamaica, gave birth| #\. ¢ve alluring with Cashmere

totwin girls last week (5 Bouquet toiletries!

lbs. each).

Both Mother and
dren are doing well.

Mr. Férnando Chavez Nu
nes who is director of the|
Econmic Affairs Division
of the Pan American U-
viow arrived in the city to
confer with local Agricultu
ral experts.

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‘HAITI SUN a | ae

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“—~|ALL AMERICAN ELEVEN ~ m: ee ; oe

McCOLL, Stanford End
FOLDBERG, Army — End
= IGAIN, Kentucky Tackle @
4 | Toneff, Notre Dame Tackle
‘ McFADIN, Texas ¢ Guard
aoe California Guard _

TH ’S STII {| JROTE, sag Back pe |
a Ene 5 ae foe KARAS, Illinois ae The Haitian Federation — of Been | Ba veunice and.

ae ees HEATH Oklahoma Back 'foot ball has just received an Biamby, were the stars. of
Be red : ‘ Ng ('GRIDEMEN OF THE YEAR invitation from: the Jamai- team that played Jamaica in

Se oT ME ae oe ‘back of the year can foot ball assoéiation to 1938, 1948, and 1949, os .



oe Williams, Notre Dame}|send a team to Kingston} The Federation expects to.





vg . Lineman of the Year near the first of October for ‘include in the team a few
Res BOB Gain, Kentucky a short series of games. Two jyoung players who won
BE aS Sec i Coach of the Year. . i

4 tees ' |matches are scheduled — oc- itheir piace” by. the skill ras
ee 10 ENJOY. p A a _| BOB Neyland, Tennessee | iober’ 14 and october 16. {shown in the past year. Sea~
de cee: |. | Soph Back of the Year The’ first contest between|sonal veterans Tassy, Dieu-

: 2 es |CHARLIE Hoag, Kansas U-| Jamaica and Haiti was pla-|donné, Yapoute;. Dadadou. ..
ei é ~ SUMMER ¢ Soph Lineman ie the Year|yed in 1923. Subsequently and Lacossade who are cut- a

! < as | VINCENT Meschievitz, ND the 1948 teams met in 1927, |rently. playing in Venezuela.

‘4 1931, 1938, 1948 and 1949.'and Cuba. will be included

EXCURSIONS a eS > _“"S8)|Haiti won the Last game, |i the Haitian team. The +
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au-Prince. | Port-au-Prince at the end of.
‘The footballers eeanmied ithe ‘month.

{their training two weeks ago, The 16, of iy players who- a
They practice on Monday, will Travel to Jamaica will Sa

i _which was played in Fort-|Latter are expected to reach Be
. “CIRCLE TRIPS.
| TENIS, Wednesday and Friday un- defin itely be chosen , ‘Cathy. 4

4

| as een ‘FROM : BALLS. _ \der the supervision of coa-’ in October. ‘A few: trial. mat
pl oe Por aes 85. 23¢( ches LT.“A. Coicou, Lt. Da- ches will be played. Those:

ture | and Pierre Biamby. ‘tion will be selected.

a art: All Prince niel Beauvoir, Ed. Bonaven- ‘in the best physical. condi-- ii



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A ; eo Ges Sie TEIINOLS: 8 Med oa as po cee
: a ROUND TRIP | | |. | SPEAR FISHING ce Lee ee ee
a ‘ | On the beetal reefs oF me THE ALL-AMERICA SQUAD a as
: : fe | \the bay of Port-au-Prince. ce t So
se oA | For information Telepho-} ‘(Does Gis anal de All Arasines leven) Panes Aan

; saving - ME BQAT 5 i) a Ends fae Wilkinson (UCLA); Sherrod (Tenn); Proctor - ee

| peo CE (Texas); A. Lary (Ala.); Earon (Duke); Mutsscheller(ND), ae

fae oe © se Ragazzo (wi & M); Carey (Mich. St.) ieee te
8 ae Tackles — Donan (Prince) » a ae as ‘ i
f » ; Trautwein (Ohio St); wah Mich.); Beletic ( Purdue y >
, — ue | (Mid.); Sroud (Tenn); Lea (Tulane); Coleman =
io : eae e ta at oe “| Mich. “St.); Bolkovac (Pitt); Ciroski (Rice) ah Et a
Bete rah Pn THRU Young people tell ie Guards — Ward (Md); Mizevany (Ala.) Lemonick (Penn) ga Oe

a they are doing, old people; Boldin (Pitt); Shoaf (LSU); Daffer (Tenn.); ‘Mayes (Okla |
"| what they have done, and'U.); Gable (Wis.)

SEPTEMBER 30 TH. | ae
4 fools wheat they wish to do. .| Centers ~— Groom (ND); Holda h INCU); Root (Rutger



e 60 DAY eNAUE: S ragut (Miss. U) gs Wee a

é ‘ Ae French Proverb | Backs — Dottley (Miss U.); Siepnensdn ( Agra Fleisch) pero em

: STOP OVERS PERMITTED | The man who wakes wp mann (Corn.); Ortmann (Mich.); Clayton (Dart.); McEIhen
- a and finds himself famous\ ny (Wash. U.); Lauricella (Tenn.); Parilli (Ky.); iJanowien Re a
EN ROUTE. “@ hasn't been asleep. | Ohio St.); Townsend (Texas): Papit (Va.); Monachino ss

a son Mizner. (Cal.); Hugasian (Stan.); Barrett (ND); E. Modzelewski_

ie A 4 (Md.); Kazmaier (Prince.); Cain (Army); Van. Buren
NO MAN'S LAND | (LSU); ‘Cox (Duke), Agganis (BU); Matson, (SFU)



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& wire entanglements, power- IRI me TEES a ae
ful searchlights, sentries in Haiti Sun IG EAN tae
} watch towers placed at in-\ Evslsh Language Season ‘ e sal
7 ae tervals along the border,and, Editor: Bernard Diederich ERMAN ie a
"PASSENGER, MAIL. CLIP PER CARGO’ ‘savage police dogs trained; Gerant Responsable: Emmanuel A. Mainville ME ee
ito trail and pin down every Subscription Rates:— | 15¢ Copy. 50c Monthly — :

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“PABST is the BEST BEER

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AGuadey any) 30 oa

LES GUEUX AU PARA
with Fernandel, - Raimy



eS Cet CATHOLICS WARNED OF)
e Oeste | Church Service [VISION.CLAIM ;
3 La Crosse,. Wis. — The
CATHOLIC SERVICES homes Catholic Church a-
be “Olassified gduectiinenenls :
are accepted for things want OCeuE AL ‘CHAPEL
ed or unwanted; articles for| Mass at 8.30 a.m sermon by

gain Saturday adinonished; _,
ics faithful to proceed cauti- |g
‘ously in assessing the claim| (

Charpin |
|And at 8:30







‘sale; personal ee ee Smith in English \ 46 has seen the Blessed Vir- a Oe
Piss cellaneous | items, ‘such as GSES oh aria NEC M: og f wit eslie Banks Mina
} SACRE-COEUR gin Mary. | a Pal
jobs wanted houses for “Bishi OER Pp. Trac oleae |Kiney an Paul Robeson,
rent; tutoring; traveling Masses ate’ at 46,810 a.m. PJ LS PARAMOUNT | XXX

‘through — an editorial in the

‘official paper of the La Cros| Bose ain of the Wok | ‘Monday. ab 6 PM 3 |

companions; ideas for sale:\ CATHEDRAL |













ee ae eed. isa 5 oe are at 4 5: 30; 7, S Diocese ee ae ‘Sunday 17. September at 3: a se AISER
. __ »,«there is absolutely nothing '30 p.m. = a
ae ae ae? ATE SP GERARD ae official about the occurren- ee NIGAUDS DANS iwish iio Rossi and Viviane
OO Na hor Oletison Horch) ee .| UN MANOIR HANTE | ana at 8:15. :
BOIS VERNA Masses are at 5.30, 7,8.30| Mrs. ‘Anna Van Hoof, a with Budd Abbott, Low Cos- | ROMANCE A 7
0 | ee See farm woman of tello. ih d ‘TRO!
ee Bad: op dere |ST. TAN BOSCO ‘hat. small Central Wiscon- me G ae Gravey, De
= a ee with garage. For rent Mass is at 9. foe eG “community, claims she''Ay 6 and 8:30 p.m. fey ca Blier
i $50 per month. =| \ “HOLY. TRINITY has bad six visions of the) VARFAIRE DE LA Tuesday 19th Sept. :
Apply Haiti sum. || CATHEDRAL | Virgin Mary and has an-| — _ JOCONDE at 6 p.m. and at 8 5
OT (EPISCOPAL) —s Bounced _ she expects ano-) Scotland Yard Investigator CRO AMBO. pm
jeep in good — condition Mass ae reach *e", a cos pie Sie ey eeu = with, Paul Robenson, “Les
We with good tyres. Mass 7.30 a.m. English: The bishop's warning bee tic Von Stroheim. Banks, Nina Mae ‘Kinne
2 : aay Haiti an Mass 9.00 a. m French. me as estimates of the Xxx i see
CERO ee eS ally Mas $s 6.00 a.m French cowed expected to flock to!

prondey. 18 Se tember ; at 6
House for Rent in Bizorone|\ " Necedah from all parts of a i | Wedneday at 6 P. m.
2 Bed vooms Beautiful view EPIPHANY CHAPI EL the country continued to}

: of the bay and large garden. [Mass 6.00 a.m» French grow. The most recent. gu-





(DEUX SOEURS

REBECCA VIVAIENT EN. .

with Laurence Olivier and













Apply. Haiti SUM ok. Mass: 8.00 a.m French © esses put the figure any-' Joan Fontaine. eo rade
ol ye ae Seo Sk rem SeCUEEraTaeeay oe ae 90 thow- "Tuesday 19 Scpicuiber 1950: Temple. ze y
: } : thousand. Se
- Furnished oe: or apart-| TURKEY oe ol earns ee 6 and S15 p.m. oS :
me 2 oe around petionvil- . SUPER FRESH | | when the knife is over a FAR WEST 89 _ jAed . . ital a ae
e 4 Bed rooms Le SPECIALTIES man’s head, he remembers\ — (In Brench). = and Récital de Viol
_ Apply Haiti sum | ‘GRAND RUE Next. to'. God. | aac Ciby hag and
Gea 4 Piano, in good con Pharmacie Telemaqué - | —Afghan proverb. dolph Scof eee e
a oe reputable ake want eee RS ae ee

ae ed by Music Student. |
_ Apply Haiti Sun »

a le Blank —





: DALMAU, et la grande NDRE
-TEMPETE niste GENEVIEVE D:













at Parents Int erested: im Pri. Please enter my sabscrpeon o Haiti Sun, effective Sun-| SUR LISBONNE MAU
pate Enslish sheaking school eee SSN a et NE | poe
vs day next. : : pice etby elt (In french). ae
for 4 and5 year olds. aes . ie ih oa Strohe Urbucday at 6 p.m. ~
Apply Hae Sun : ; NAME erence Nibra ie Sea eis sat eae ale Beate ad in eeeS PheHke aig co tic Von uD. eim “PRE COURRIER DE aLyi
Sercery . fe ADRESS: ceeeeeececee Ree Buin ee Eicelerteas lanes tioipenseiesk wapivgic sibinieitrecayenr cid ~ At 8: 15 by m. d i via vic ce Bleeca a
Free Lance work by CREE i, ie H aids Sun P.O. Bis 118 1 GILDA. 225 a pee ee
rienced typist. , x i 3 . Nose with Rita Ha aprons, “and! ga
Apply Haiti Sun —— a oe a .Glena Ford. : _ aoe p Oda -

with Pa ul Robeson,





sae 3 : te pl a A VEN ‘Ma
t A I e Mac Kann
| SCENE STEALERS IN- “CURTAIN CALL AT CACTUS CREEK] Thursday 21 Sepembes at 6| ao .
PRU eee aad ae Pe Te ea eam area ag ee NE Friday at 6
y LA MAISO p.m.
EDWARDES DR | MONSIEUR VINCEN

with Ingrid Bergman a q ee Ree Fresnay — a

B eset a ‘ 4 (Anda: 6150)
_ \Friday 22 September at 6 TOMBRE DE SON.
and 8:15 p.m. : Siete “ COEUR
DATPATRE DE LA with Charles Boyer and —
JOCONDE _ “¢ Jog Hon
\Scoltand Yard Investigator | iSarurday ae ee “
| |with, Si: Aubrey Smith and ~~ ¢ “ae
| Eric Vor Stroheim Se ae ma
a JEUNESS
Saturday 23 September at 6 ve Gloria Jean |
and 8:15 p.m. oe 6 a
SACRAMENTO re
LES CONSPIRAT BURS



(In: french) |

with John Wayas. Pane Paul Henried et Hi

‘Lamarr



Xxx
“(At 6:15 p:m.





FO i
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i HUDSON: 1946, 8 cylin! Casanoya
Left to right—Vincent Price, Gale Storm, Eve Arden; Donald O’Connor and Walter 8} ders
stars of “Curtain Call at Cactus Creek,” Universal- International's new aside wise sfennan are cad Good ition. LES MIRAGES DE
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