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TOKYO, Saturday, Sept.
16.-While United Nations
troops pushed a$4d4 quickly
after' yesterday's landing by
United States marines at In-
chon,.seaport for the captu-
red Korean Republican ca-
pital. of Seoul,, United Na-
tioni forces along the 120
nile Allied perimeter in the
south :ruclk offensively to-
'day to pii down North Ko-
rean didvisons .and stop then
from making any move nor-
Front-line reports that we
re not,however,confirmed, at
Gen. Douglas MacArthur's .
headquMrters said that on ',.
forces that 1
npar .Inchon ,-
p itpbtfobr SeoI
Seoul ',afd ahl
*"'^ ^"*^ ^
hit. : ' "
extraordinaryy, methods -of
Modern I, warfaree."' Allied
troops started .ar sifefnisre u1
iheii" beachhead', "in the 'tthie
southeast in',; a..ge'neral, offen
ive.' .' .
G, Gearal MacArthur perso-0
Sally directed 'the invasion.:
yHe declared that.. tlhe attack
r . i t. '"
"O on the .froidt of the Uni
ted States tkd I vibrioa,
.along the, NA t ,
STh s mornn he *W ns
w od available of, teai pra-
e gress b eut obrvers h re 4a- .
lieve that the attack spieitbe
I region where the, enemy pre
S.iously bhad' been' intensff'
..-gy;mg his pfiesire, were, aol-
tjdoing.actions to pin down
the North Korean troops rae
their than atem.ts to, break.
their than atemfits to break
WM. Dant6s Destinoble Ade, through and join'up -with the
Envoy Extraord'inaire and new ea chhead..
Minister Plenipotentiare of, Front Taegu to Seoul is"i
Haiti, presents his credentials distance of about 170 air .rmn
-to the Pesident of the Repu les, and along thq perimeter
blic of Pert, his 'Excellence the Allied forces heretofore
General Mianuel Odria. had only a scanty army re-
serve that could be thrown,
\ ,th in for such a blow.
"NATURE'S-NEARMISS outh Korean national po
lice, now part of the Republi
,0oo _.-- "+can, armed forces, said. tha ,
friendly" Trdoo s thi, ,or: .
sling had reached the;!' A
- The Atlantic hurricane of Kins poandis -i er
.which roared .hroagh the or largest and best i 'Koea.
cean alpiost 100 miies off This is utbouttiveh e 'adi mi
shore, still, caused cosidera les fA Woi land, wihe
ble. damage along the New ''ei n es crashed' shore in
Englad coast. Residents bf a t-msive amphibious lan-
S dig f'ar. bd bhind enemy lkes .,
Winthbrd, lass watch JW.h,. air,, nae'y and infatltry
.BOATS E ED BY B
| urb4aeheld; SS. Here "
-aves break high oei 'the
sa wall. At' least six persi
uns were killed and -proVlerty,
Gale ,i that were causedby the Atlantic valued at $ 500.Q00,r .4a-
iches along t N gl d .coast, fike these at ged by .the hi-gh., winds.
lying "c',d apaller Craft lie. i h up. --
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HAITI SUN "
SU.NDAY S.4T 17 150
WORLD, NEWS... ATIVES, FATALLY
S, (Continued from page 1) 1 anese National Maritinie Sa- LON
--- - fety. Board, said today that '
with the attacker suffe-a typhoon has si, dmagdd Khartoum, Anglo- .Egy
.2l g losses. The. pre- or washed away eighty.- dian Sudan. Natives fin-
e of the battship.is- ven vessels, st of tm ally have speared to de ab
Ssmal raft. The typhoon pas- Alad the Assassin,a 'man-
S. ed over he westn oa eating lion whi, killed. se
h.at th e anrhiuphe- of twhe jsLnd of Hakkaido at ve' humans -h ran away.
,d..on the eot9 a. M.. when'- an- ag -.y usewife,. t t
Z.. ....M-CUa ,. as6 M ', Syria.-T-- The pulled his tsais Three aer-
ir -Goe w'O The m ste- w United. Nations Relief and sons mailed by th lion 'are
Si1rs now .e1 were blowhi up ortly aftAr es. Y'nbis Hospitc.
^' 4 l.... t- ,o -p s m setd. an o live during two -othert. For weeks the killer had
.:. e n ,tee ..att
a v D. Pi e trre D~sage, o Belgidao been stalks the Zande
I.'.".V stal k ih .. S. o. t nna. . g|ay.
:';.en.t, agency d missionn chief heie, Country of Equatori a Pro-
sien Tru n. n~~ cbn. ,said he beli"yd- te. -".blas vince, South Sudan. -e got
to n ae a ip4 a,.-i. other wsl an act of.vet.eanf h is iane frdi' the Arabic
*a %h ^ert' er o I ., .: . ..
e i Aac .e an, iuneinpIt o d Ai ab word fqr lion asa .
qi' .t a e e, rc' dea a pro. X S ,
"bars/tin rea oarn d..a..1 ei .co ... ,. -t 4ie c j
r' ge, ntry. of,-Jipan into he i a r .
-. a.t~'o sANLA. n- O'&DWYER ATBAT T- -Mayor illim wer o
Uhf anentiols. e a n' 'e'eruption o F a a- RENCH MAKE- BIG New York appears m ingotn before td' Senate
c b-bated ; t' .'-. p aHcook GAINS IN PLASTICS Foreign Relations Com3mitte' to a wer 'c whio op-
.:. 'hga'sth y o r G nera. .-4 r' r"i A. --LY0 S.*; -' - .. -" J Aex' .... coil-,
s ssion a lt anent Noats nded eighbour known ,pointment as U. S. ambassa dot t-lexco. Q yer con-
.AtM a 'r .a tions. ina hs eludig many . . fers wiC h Sen. Tom Co.nnal ly.
f'f: :o.- ". suffoe-atd y rupthby es o f Par. .'. Frace' plastic
ai, it ylbvteln hdti volcag ashc p94 om industry is.'making a. brde
w d 'tt .Communis ]ons ',:. h i a'
to t 'dis- ii mo g~ era-esix tiomeback n the poit. war
."'....l.goa e e op ning, 'i''. .sk... .. .' F
a .-- 'eotainno tt edpael year1f R dtr 1e 0.
e. o n.-o. Ca nigtzin I -a ofr the norttw.as' 7.02 00 pounds,
s ,'i .t.ea t o.t o a. V of in th. oParet w:ith te gigantic ..-THE NEW 1,
........ ._ ... s'ret h .wasg -tenn ta-o- 0 00.' podd-, ', '-. Yu.T ADD WATER
es ro he-n sue.
-lyapproeda :of a t ifH.prt.,hs oin -ra .sh f the l 0 .,lln Fnc F
r hospitas h .for lack ofe omcUs& has'opmad he''L Amer THaE.R
e t se adac nge irjuies re- for o94. 9 s
pavin th-... ay~u 'for.a .: ion-r. ... ~ mre" s.of. 'ur n o 0o 9"'h ".' l ea:
aat. The. m 'l Aetntfa aor ooa pp edutpheed tstry AT AL B E TT G. 1
p yd.hl ,aippoith o; n as gthe s nae s tand, i nr ie sa e "u t o il 1945. 'L. .
; n , a L sl. -I ' t o', .-T
fla port. o. -.' yd 'y .... e oh eir ., ao ~ e .v ru v-.-et wa. rQ,,te -go LeE.o e,,
The'Jap- didei."indiwat&.the nbcassi- -9! N0 FIRESu
nism". -hat"WU t tS
". o.f',-..ea... t 6.tr i ..i eg ..ME ACKEDoT ASS FRESH-.
",a sthed ge ando-kejures- a
THREE:'G9T-TOGEt-HEFR The Bi Thr for
StH y eg e-- e Big Tre"for-ign ministers get down to
gn .e et sessions Ln New York. l.toim left to right are Robert
0fr m m De.A .eso of theU.S. and Britain's Ernest Bevin.
.,hyes Of rooq at peak
flavor. Thers' a big
1 locker nfa; rozen
re6a fof r ,ranIrP
foods: d rbs ;
-or I a a Fru is I p
A. .% Dfln .
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tNDAY SEP7' 5HAITI SUN PE
he dities and they were highly the river, to whom my rela- ricansfordabb ch
s cnea v valuedon each side. For my tion was f several month' in am
esh'all always like Ber. that oa grandchild, o dabblr, but e
mnaiiaeEn "dit hi'nd,ny.T Frech were nou, -and feel toward him a's I believe we were of the s- gy ny thsal
e ech alike hat ea e edn
uofes- di -i'ah e u we
oevr s c I-was toiradph doe't fead ewH
yeit i rA lnui e- -tir o ves tdth e a.yi pretend a in tane ith is ad
r My ~~~sha toions dha es thm lo akote g iTter' yaldt iem ~ i tteedo og tr.Ee~b~y ata
pe ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ W, ned ifr he -vrn aotAketa mr4in yeaoths prsnist-en up.i-wrsi iig1augi
otdh soI t Bewnow I was- r e to by b
it~~ ~ an olnd, b on re man unf ok he than tw eiie rsls ntet el d abbinhgT.y a
gedn y p' he <, cau goo 011,g rde-- a mlTx an h ieyvstrta hnI epesdoian aee ni
us a id I ohera er tnQ the pgofrde de of and ife s he toou
a roeA." PEt&trsm
-Ar iffe a,4nfof:VC fh he Ite 0 o ysgarig sin.Ted rto i ne v er co spletydctv In iaets orign falA sn eiietigs'cp
year 0n doef e t a e d d z m r ii b t F d e o m r c rt a d f r e r n e rei a s h h i y o e ibe nof it iona ry e e xpha Ac
bout Wiefst-- a- e rtI acqirdPar eangl codI,
quinsy~t o nor thr givha P A ~ e b o r ye o p e e t oc w e d a e m e he vi ii g end l mei :o aao of inta c pw ith, i olier
eq h thh
I ~aR e dit- Ser qes I loo bac oer bothm at utterl Jai hig'o tehaerg g oetr (.hutay coc
cu4os ies a'~ 5
enl, v enen ah aboutado, glidee 'lo cimpressot un. A dysiii"f upr tmyb o et
df~ ghypv to -a mustr T her av e' ru yer ofo f i.H atita theprise persistent f w
b ht re ze .h riltics, eI ha asbets aadfovebridsol o e ,
not 4-br rSP9 I'dreir T 1.tue and repoe ofri o ,a htIko hd4n r d-telir;r t onbes asui
IVdh'f th `14 -v:,. T~a ci fn eA :r besuvlts:e.,f rte dngth sil
perfectly ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I th r hfral Id f ko hty en es" ei . ligitc sal o h e worth.a.i : nThney iare
her pers~~~~~~nal and fam~~~~,ishe af B rift calls to y el f wa t s aite c n est nb e irgsroi n h y p o sr sixt n a p rea
m e o fr rddde- W a N 't a pld 4 s e of m e i -rot on "f it irs pr t of aiv
er here er
dant y as she did.N oheuma sup r si on~ I f B ver l a t hough w h had ge m g. T e e .h sti at o sell ra r c n E ou d d o
eeL or o d shoF~eo dnlfi t t
beingb~ ha vrs trl r-ta ol 'ntepesi.aar n h e caaitgiyou aeheiindba eavat um yo psete ihs
p sdayaswrn~oli ycidigncolrPc. tead adaw se it.I vac rtanl aiospace infi literaturwen ,i T
y A' IP Pe n,, wh ely
one6, 1.as 'R1 jelur tik i rnh n & t Ile-m aolkman foxy. mola r de pisrti ig. a deutl ovyd
Frenh ahnn Thr had exli- y ovrue' rnh I ontina the. secon aPros :langag o, b th o den and
Th ow pthr ard'wih le Fi nc t t in vit, di >ou ht ony thgih u onk g,fth a ud ie c gon eoh n di b.O
jects thatt", knlir ofteenesis wyfr h r re gl dihr it sol p -m a s th erust, thoa ktheytis
fou d In~~~- he "te fya t4-~wr
resolved ~~~~~to take to warslslod fi. Kiweg~ od.wsAwy iig noi atmn.Tepyia sf
wons eib the to Yut d w n vl d e ou Y is ;t he ay r, n and ah deint wereu cep-, alzetvte~ f th /. o p i
ench, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t b~ e ad mk ishv onms n h iln e.out e agaicThy no a ineits orign, of, all A- is
thed in takhat j -di ee' m on rning, 'bts linutc d' loih hy vee-u ar. c elrd rmtevv l
ne ded w a oien es to zitin slk erterd:o Waenthpoiehtbed in asiteity of NteGllc tm era arks dicteeion 'y ees rna
e ano nto gef~ r at -I6 n o ,t e pint. ofrie f Binu s ae andet forgetsh But.i e d, as o h r ei v dbru h ein r r t e
bu tny et a a u n y vcb lr~ eta aii rg e uttre York w e n h o evroteent cntu ac- t ha am wrft g
of~~J lh u si n h n b g n Pf a st e G r e ap and qs, g o aEnls h trying to re yer s Iat ise a.cusehf
a car of~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~' ypocrfical beney Ed 4 ,at e i mo hs t lk jit s f ols l in r a ro a T e e s me h t
volenc. I ane acstnn nobladiugaedthnsee e-htthyngtthk.i exaggerated gesthurench werbe o
whom L g En tue taIed Il ou" powe s, of th prt ees, Ih r ather gowth ao emjr fh
glish wk it b 1 acqi rd p art de cr ti n af cd 0n ea com- ree om t4~ t a o k p e 16 b i r
me ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e "icui tece ineetdi pe atrlieaplcmn i -ie / Fnigw
hi wl org k a-or inscoldho meta n jstasidotc -t ,oyn 9t s use aef it
Ylmat inhs4yH 6
b'tof. a'eiinr by116sati a ll.bu W standinglip -Sote torio meng tthat en bac toa outfit nl
-,rench h-spak igete a aroun stpt z ay mleias Iertal inly work gesiv .oofo, soeia
In f ric sn, diku g, e~ta direct on. Yt heevll th yfrcd Bandecaa
Wihop mte o Tharelpe u kn fhi tt occupral tic'tb onib t n I ation seelor'th
seo '5of earnest interchane I nkp i tro
&yica- n 'b's5;>5 r ed e ahan jig ew~nad's, e9ann ijn-
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HAITI THIS WEEK... GUATEMA BANS
RALLY FOR COLONEL HAITI TO PARTICIPATE GUATEI -AlA T h e _
PAUL E. MAGLOIRE IN TARIFF CONFERENCE Communist. weekly Octubre, ---
HELD AT HASCO SUGAR which, circulated freely _fdr _o
PLANTATION Haiti will be .represented several months, has been ban
at the 'tariff conference ned ,here by Col, Elfego H,.
Thursday afternoon a poli- which will be held at To- Monzon,'Miriister of Goveri'-
tical rally was organized in quar England Sept. 28. th. rent,' on the ground tlat the
onor of presidential candi- The Hainan delegation paper violates the Constitu-
date' Colonel Paul E. Magloi- includes, Mr Pierre Cauvin, tion, which prohibits the or-,
r,-* e at Hasco plaiintation'on the Mr. Ernest Bonhonime, and gmnization of political par'-,
S.. ul de Sac,.under the direc- Mi. Alexander Dominique ties. of a foreign character.
Sio'n of M. Monestime Andr6. 'Mr' Dominique heads the The circulation of the Ca-
An, enthousiastic gathering de Legation. tholic, weekly Accien Social --
: f the local people, applau- Orist'ana, founded five years,
,_ ed Co..- A-I 1gloire, throu- RADIO FESTIVAL ago -and which lately had
6'-6out 0" afternoon. HONORS' continuously attacked. comrn-
S'-ar&c, Andri; son of 1v. munism and criticized, the
'Vi honest. Andr6, delivered, Presidenti4l Candidate Government's alleged toleran .- -
a speed. .. welcome, and fol- Colonel Paul E. Magloire ce of Commurtist activities
16vring several other spee- ..Each Sunday a Radio Fes- here, also was banneded, oft -
4g "hs, buffet Lunchpon wvas tival, in honor of Colonel the ground-that it was a' Fa-
served the guests.., Magloire is held on the langist mouthpiece.,
S. grand stand at the Champ The editor of Octubre, Jo- 've F. Ber
TRE D'ART HAS de Mars se Manuel Fortuny, a former Gn,
SCOSTUME .'DESIGNING A Nlutber of speakers come ,Congressman, has refused to
.. ASS drth each week and the'po- acknowledge, the Minister of 7
: pilar concerts that are pre- Government's authority to
Miss Bradly,'of the Uni. scented are enjoyed by a Lar-' ban the paper. Ie li
gnins. at the Centre dit. FOREIGNERS, EMaBASSIES AT GUApTE rfALA PORT
uesday, of Ohio,ur whsday has ge sunday a u dience.. the question p
*OLOBT A SEIZES work with foreigner, irbas- ly re Cfueling in Gustating themalat
Sv-Poie broke yesArt nerday apply to the Editor of Hai- Thre'e t. tser, all descr .i
tit .ts 'of Central and South ted bmy Mr Mihelet Jean- ,the action threatens the Cons
Aierica, is at present thoffe SuBaptisteghters loadg e ol n
n class .in pscostume ds- pecialtie Puerto Baros. They
at th Cer' d 'Art. OF INTEREST TO' RUSSIAN SUB R"F&ELs
STh lasseso denomin d eaction. FOREIGNERS, E tASSIES AT GUAEMALA verybodyPORT
OR LEGATIy a mysteONSrios S
.. tuesday Thursday and Sa-" Haitian girl brought up inu Comita in, exdock at
.- .-turda m ng, t h e Dominican Rbpublic, Russian ships" and 'a subma
S...y.. Highl, recommended deiresinPe have been seen recent-
SSEZEo th forgner, Embas-y eforeueltaking in Guatemala
U.S.TO RETURN WAR
',-,,: -I-'A.TROPHIES TO MEXI-O ..
SA, Colomb a. Sept. or an other workT Saturday signed ey
b erdaapply to. the Editor of ai- Three flag, stan -
c.ing --headed ti Sun I. bed as prcolors amientd emblemsr-
'" by two recently arrived Spa- nmen from the'. tiny British
ded -c te "counterfeiting theyry d saw twhe Russan ied Sa
that served the Super Fresh ghbers loading fuel oil gina-
v. ring to cr ten peso bills to Specialtie` Puerto Barrios. They repor-
19Q 'pesbo denomination. The Grand Rue ted, that everybodyi. (on the
-ring also engaged in counter N ext to Phariacie iaribbean Coast of Guate-
fe .ig airmail stapips. Telemaque nala) k now that So viet j
SNtshiP.s refuel there nch .
|. -, and Israeli capitalists pl'n.
ME They .said that mpagrecente fro
the, little Mediysterioraneanus o-
viet submarine, dock at,
Puerto Livingst~ne and dis-tt
charge several Paisengers
before taking on fuel.ant
U.S.TO RETURN WtiAR
"TROPHIES TO MEXICO
-HAITIAN AMERICAN DRY CLEANERS- I
W'ashingiou. -- President
Truman Saturday signed le
gislation authorizing the re
Itufrn to ,Ifexico of flag, stan
daras, colors aId emblems
caplured by the f nit-ed Sta-
--0o0o fes in the Mexican War.
'by Senate Foreign Rela- ---"
tions Chairman Connilly R
Next to Pan Amer-can Office CHFRM ISRAEL
,. ".Nat!.na, Israel. French, IN S
EG. 75c Vigt
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SUNDAY SEPT 17.. 1950 HAITI 7
SUPER FRESH HOURS
SPECIAL-TILES. Husaefo .m il
Qrand Rue, Nex 0o*Husaefrm8a..gf
,hamacieeeau 4 p.m. Isome shops, close be--
TEIL: tween the hours of 12 ami
""" """ "********--Sat. is noon 'Closing, but
a numberdof shops especdal
PINEAPPLE UP SIDE A: DEPARTIVE1TFSOENS ly Souvenir shops stay open
DOWN CIKIA through I he day.
A1- up ua \ K coa t :3 pm
B y W r hy A
11/ up itedo k F IANC PE FBES T E FNET..
glas os baking d pshwit preMHGNY IA SH
dot itbuteasoo soda-r Hbu aieti'su'Leadn eatet treot ffieo a
11-6 cup~uake as andl and.6a ..
Toroe ineapplee SAEOR:Ftr Mae
5fl our, 6a n d ots db ter, o a
Metour: sCoger, boto.m iofh,
glassubeaking ds.unti soth pe r
afteHGAY, SISAL aditonv astl v
outEAN 35 minuts. Pan Axr12. O
serves about i3gredinchdeep
Mix% cbaknqe as. foloe aend L4isSov
ra et., RENOoIR: Airas
pour .aover in sntRu Sift essaceir
lourNC bakingN HOIANDda,
CHrA EsU, MEXICOe'
MATI"HESAT -0tCEN IR -SHOP,
niAN BaAke at3H 0 deresYa
ou.0 minutes Pan .8 .2:G F H
tra ~ 'Maket DUM A'w' B LECR OL
COOL OFF 2000 FT. INTER
'- ABOVE SEA L. LEVEL INTE
ST FRANCIS HOTEL
Excellent Cuisine pleasure of
Pleasant. Cocktail Bar who spent
0 Comfortable rooms a's Univers
Cool Temperature West Indie
,Splendid view transform
Ping Pong and which
Horse back riding very prouc
Large Swimming pool greatest U,
S Orchid Garden triall Amerii
.,25 young r
Petiotile TEL: 1187 nearly as r
,. ARTF GROUP TO holding the
I HOLD i HIBIT tional Work
'" T in. Jamaica
Tode etween., the hours tries were
of 10 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. tish Hondu
e .artist groups LE FOYER ,nea, Engla
DES ARTS PLASTICS,' In .that lp
-will 'hold their First exhibit. rack called
i''. n. o we were fu
..begun- af te
S' exhibit, which will- begunate
be hld, at the Palace of. a resole. C
S Fine Arts at the exposi- Ceresole (
tion grounds, will comprise oe who
of 160 painting exhibed by inarteration
40 artists. The public is in- inter na
: ite to attend, mantained,
--"-* -7-" .derstanding
HE PROFESSOR promoted
WAS RIGHT world's peo
chance of u
each.'"'' .-- -- other by
'" '. and studying
The i-rofessor of physiolo- sole's first
y was' on, his way home movement'
when a gunman pushed a re gether a g:
volver against his ribs and German stu
said dIf you move, you're a enemies) to
dead man.. near Verdu
; th e contrary; .my start was'
rieni .lied-.the. -profes- nevertheless
or.. r.. i6ve,.it is, precise- and spread
S ly bees. riy nervous sys- ding.
tem -ann my muscular sys- There is 1
tern are ,at 'present ii, that said one
..imperfeitly defined state cal- pers, when
led life' -.J Peur, tous'.. can priest.
FROM m 160
1 H-IT SUN
_r! 1 n T~ ---z :v : ._.... ..- .. ;-..
NATIONAL WOR CAMP
BY JACQUES LEREBOURS
.n ufer I had the the camp, was over, was his
being one.of those impression'
sity College of the is that I'm going back home
s, a refugees camp i:with 'a niew idea of humani-
d after the war ty. It was, 'I think,' a very
the Jamaicans are vague answer, not definite
to call one of the enough to explain what our
universities .of Cen- was during those '7 weeks
ca. There we were and what profit we got out of
men, and women of. it. .I- will go' further than he
nny shades' of co- Our work was real. The pro-
s of seven diffe- ject was to build a combined
-ies, and we were 'boys' club and community
e second Interna- center, in the Papjne district
k Camp to be held where one had long been
. Our home cotun- needed. Papine is a small
Haiti, U. S. A., Bzi community .'ahout 7 miles
iras, British Gui- from Kingston and 1 mi)
rnd and, Jamaica. from the University College
nig Urnversity bar- where we were staying, 'and
i the Welfare Hut, every morning it was a plea-
uthering- the work sure for the habitants of
*r :World War I that district to watch us
s pacifist, Pierre going 'to work like a haupy
ieresole was the and livelyy. band, hiking
through the river bed, sing-
e movement now ing and smiling, and it- was
aly known as In- also wonderful for them to'
Work Camp. He' watch the young women'
that better un- working right along with the
g should and be n'ilin'g a~nd using the chisel,
among all :the sometimes better 'thari the
)ple if they. had a men, some of them sawing,
understanding each men.
working, playing I
rng together. Cere- Our daily schedule was to
step toward the be up at 4.30 a.m., breakfast
was to gather. to- at 5, ,fifteen minutes for me-
roup' of French & tion,the non the job promp
dents, (former en- tly at 6, a break for lunch at
rebuil a village 10:30, knock off at 2 p.m.,
in that had been home again for a shower, rest
by shellfire. The and supper at 6. At night,
Very difficult, but, sometimes, we had long and
the idea caught profitable discussions about
and is still sprea- Vork Camp and twice a week
lectures by eminent Jamai-
too much to be told. canspeakers. But the camp
af the Work Cam- was not all work,' there were
a Jamaican Angli- visits to tl]e! different historic
asked him, after cal places of 'Jamaica, and
their beautiful beaches and.
-. -A rivers. '
The amp was sponsored
by the Aeriican.:Friebnds' Ser
vice Committee and Earlham
C611ege. Kingston St. An-
drew Youth Council .gave a
grant which corVered part of
the materials: and tools used '
for the erection of the pro-
ject; the bivouaq,.v-as_,a rovi-
ded by the University Colle
ge of the West Indies and the
I think it's an experience'
that everybody should have
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
understanding among the
different kinds of people
which live on the surface of
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:SUNDAY SEPT,17. 1950 HAITI SUN PAGE 7
z,* -L | I truly great novels of our ge- INTERVIEW WITH A without
John Hersey was bornTIST But you must confess some
STHE SUN LIBRARY Tientsin, na, i n 1914 and ST. BRICE of the others, especially the
lived there until 1942, when' Robert St Brice, painter vodoo subjects, are quite d .
his family returned to the of primitives, was born in cult to understand without
H'.he" .. s. ....HRS Hot:iShoot was gra- i his first Pa t m .,'kowin wh..
T BLACK MAJESTY .THE WALLn United States. He attended Haiti in /898, he painted 0o g your reasons fof .
-The life of Christophe BY JO/N HERSEY Hotchkiss School, was gra- his first Painting, a monkey p them .
*" King of ,.Haiti ..'.By . duated from Yale in 1936, two years ago. The Am,)z- A.-- can imagine s. ,
L John W. Vandercock. With How long has it been sin and then went to England to can painter Alex John taqk And that is why I hate peo- 0
drawings by Mahlon.' ce you visited a library, . study at Clare College,. Cam- it to the Centre d'Art and ple to 'say that I paint. like
-With a golden bullet Have you stayed away be- bridge, for a year. Upon his -Brice has never ceased. to a child. Every single
i lhe had moulded' years befo-' cause you thought you return. to this country he paint since Painting is tat put in my pamntit
re, Henry Christophe, the might not find the book you was private secretary to Sin- now .bis living, with the has a meaning to me o *4
Back Emperor of Hayri, en- wanted. I clair Lewis for a summer. el f a small boutique (gro the to be where put
S ed his life, bringing to an & ,Hersey has been a writer, cers store ii the basement it. A panting is the rest
end one of the most extraor If you're in that .class, editor, and war correspon-- a "q q of, my thoughts and my ex-
dinary and romantic careers his column" is for you be- dent for Time and' Lfe, a There is something periences. If paint a don- .
Sin the history, of the- New cause in, i wa are going to writer for The New. Yorker u..al in your paintings. key. or a bird this donktey,
In World. i N: 'point out some of the Books and other magazines, ande an 'PrimtiVe painters, ,, end or this a birds qbute di-
r. At the height of his pow we found on the, Ladmp" editor of 47. His jobs as a toward. sm i their ex- ferent Irom the one .
er he built the Magnificent Lit shelves of the Haitian A- correspondent took him to pression. Why d ou then along. the road of flying in
fortress of the La Ferriere, a merican Institute, just, wait the Pacific theater of war in a painter, belonging to the sky. It has some mean"
structure rivallingt the py- ing for the right prso5t. 1942, the Mjediterranean .in the primitive school, eli- ing in my family affairs,. ,in
ramids in incredibility, e- 1943, to Russia in 1944-5, and minate all the realistic de- my religion. Those who .do.
r-en in its pres&t half-ruin- To reseal the. full stature Chinaand Japan both before tails, of your subject? not know my thoughts, my:
pre. t .. .t c-,.-! un h experiences and. donot un-,
-ed state. An untutored 'man, of man .in.the .face of' eatas- the war" and in .1945-6. A. -' I 'understand what experiences and do iot un-y .
of tremendous statue and trophe, John Hersey has used you mean, St.Brice said has dprstand, much about .y..re-
virilitv,. he. freed Hayti, suc a, classical literary device- Whiile.' based in -Russia, tily. You must understand, ligion tan hardly eX t.in
-cessfully, defied .Napoleon the rediscovery of lost- re- Hersey went with: other cor- that I have four children nmy paintings and. of co ~se,
SBonaparte amassed, a per- cords. 'For even. thouJgh: the. -respondents into Poland' and. and it is my responsibility they interpreted te- m a : .
sonal' fortune of' millions wall is ostensibly culledfrom'Esthonia after ,those coun- to, educate them: If I wanc different way. That's.) 'why,
-and ruled his Kingdom with .
S' andercook,, with his bril tory, hut its. detils, are m-'he. saw the ruined WVarsaw would have to represent all chache fell .
Ilan understanding, and af-. vented. It transmutesthe re- ghetto,. the.Lodz ghetto, and the sexual parts of the wo- .L6. moin rive, morn pote
ter mnahb 'seh&i&C/hrit cordod of ,g event&Liji number of concentration ,man or the donkey. Since) feuille yo!
phe's tropical empire, has'to a great :rkof the imia- camps,and- these drew his my children 'vaiLh me L6, moin rive, yo d.i
written a complete authentic gination, attention..to' the circumstan- ork, they would ge ba ouanga m'pote (1) -
:' biography of the black 'ena- ces, that,. became the back-i thoughts from sudcian' ex- I' went to the wpods t ,.
peror. On the surface tle wam .ground, for .The Wall. Other. act painting. I do.'t thiik pik. up leaves (medicine)
Mahlon' Blaine became a the story of .he-syjoaticc books b. Hersey are Mken on it is my busige-s to qpeiu ien I came back, : cam
Sesailor when he was sixteen,.piecemeal exterinia4-prd of Bataan. (1942);, Into the Val.- r heir minds in thEa:. direh- brought the leaves .,
but he didn't run away to the Jeew'so t Warsaw' le W3),. A Bell for Adano -uon. When. I came bac, they
sea; his father sen him ghetto, |a of thle heroic re- 19. awarded the Pulit:er. Q. I can see your point said I brought leaves or
Since he has always been distance of deenSless en Prie, and, .Hiroshima' (1946). About the education of your 'magic. cHN .'
a rover; he has been in eve- and women agats the full hiidren bt wha 1. meant By Jean HENET .
ry country that has a sea- brute force. of the Germans. is. for instance,. when you .950
port. Upon his arrival in a But the rear story is thiw ', A-,'" ate painting a dbnkey, it COPY RIGHT
port, he.immediately -isited growth in spirit of a group 'm e d jte jdoesns', seem ,o tie thatC T R
S the art museums. Mr Blaine of friends; so that they emr-. represent as it, is in .* CENTREDART ,
has been drawing since he .ge und .- e and ium re-lity.. -
'h a ,,b,, -a. phant in the face of physical r Gallery of
was a child,'but has never i ) .e A.- Well! in this case
d .. annilation. Haitian Art.
had any lessons. e. v ,- these details,, you are talk Open 9 AM. 4 PM.
His first venture in book- What makesthis novel so' i ing about, are' not so im- Rue de la Revolution
illustration c a :m e about exciting is its universality. -'ti0o portant. When I paint a h-
when his ship stopped The author is interested pri- man being, you can see it is '
New York to have a bro- marily ia. separate mdivi- \ a.u u sirs 'Itt an ania, v can su- '.
k -en 'shaft ted,.u-ring the duals.- Jewish, Polish, Gcer- '' f- v ' rel distinguish clea 1#' a ARTISTS SUPPLIES
S ships' stay he was asked to man in people. And ,so '-.___ donkey from a' bird;.' '.- :'
illustrate i m e hou s e his novel is buijt out of se- v NOI. yen if I cut out the donkey's Tempera Colours ,
SNights. His work became parade, reeations of motive NOTICE ail, you still can recognize, & '.:'
a so successful that he was and actu deed The Haitian American it 'is a donkey. Grumbacker Brushes
Asked to illustrate- a limited I p t nstttut announces that it Q- From wha- you just .
It probes events in terms of ,
edition of ,Salammbo',,, by dividual responsibility, hu-ow has a permanent w said I can now appreciate LYONEL PAQUIN
Flambert. man values, nd personal dow display at the Valerto many of your paintings;
He has visited Haiti seve- visions present charar- Canez store on the Grand' paintings that. I liked befo- Rue Traversiere Tel 3586
ral times and has seen the s I 'Rue.
palace of Sans Souci, and tears weak as well. as strong,,
ship carrying a cargo of 'ap- cravnhamefl awel as her ------ ni I
pies and coffee. He likesraven as well as pitiable, HOW IS YOUR PRINTING ?
better sordid as well as sublime, A woman is the only thing
tHenanything3- starth, and but in the end it becomes a I arm afraid df that 'know O YOU NEED ,
shipped to Cap-Haitien on a mirror of the preponderant 'won't burt met'. Stationery
next to that Bollicelli! nobility and durability of -Abraham LINCOLN Envelopes
Harper & Brothers man xx Statements
,Publishers Tha imprudent man re Letterheads "A
S Obtainable ini Port-au-Prin- THE WALL transcends all.'flects on what he has said; C H A M '
ce at A la Caravelle book John Hersey's other work. It 'the wise man, on -what he .
S store. Pricc $2.75 is withtom doubt one of the s going to r.ay. ,
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/ HAITI SUN
SUNDAY SEPT 17. 1950
. I "
sn ordinary food!
ming Pool and
S '. .. ,
5.000 Ft. ab
u-P's .Steak Center,
melt in your moud
Enjoy a? I
-Enjoy all Clh
Open for Mi
ply: Antoine Dupo
...It does not hurt th
e eyes Gaoo pa g
e eyes' ,Gadd pa bould geD
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NATIONAL HAITIAN MURAL
MUSEUM An unuuald mural in the
Of Cathedral of the Holly Trini TI
....... AT PR ic ty,' P o r t-a u'P r i n c'e
PORT-AU-PRINCE.. 'Ps d t-a dP u
dedicated on March 9
A. o.-- l.lio ofr-" f the Eglise E iscopal d'Hai
A unique collection of re- i i Internatioal Expo -
ics are to be foUMd,.at e sit.The mural is divided
ATIONAL Mr SEUM o. .into three parts: the Nativi-
SCham Mars.ce ty', .the -Crucifixion, and the,
ChamP de Mars. 'Ascension. These panels,
SVisitifg Hours: ,Monday .with the angels, painted 'abo-
through Skturday 9A M - e, were executed bl tow'
12 noon. ..- Haitian Artists under t-. di, ,
reaction of Selden Rodman,
... COCKTAIL POUR ..of the Haitian Centre d'Art, -
SAT and, Pierre Monosiet.
SolaTl RnrfcQF T The artists are Rigaud Be
imi LL KL' ndit,.who painted the Nati-
D'HAITI ty; Philom6 Obin, who
Painted the Crucifixion; Cas
tera Bazile, who painted the ,
o Ascension;:,and Gabriel .-
KENSCOFF e Iveque, who painted the an-
ove Sea- Level gels. Although each of these
best- artists is a specialist'in his
ne Rooms own field, such as street sce-
e' Cellar nes, historical events, or
Haitian countryside, the in-
DES FLEURS tensity and devotion with
S which they all treat reli-
gious subjects gives to the
mural unity, and to its sce-
IT, DEALERS nes authenticity and.. veraci-
Aux Orchidees whe- ty as 'well as beauty. t
h,' Present ,at thief dedication A
Exceptional * ,. services' were the "President p,
I ER of Haiti, the Minister of Re- (
ER 1ligion, 'the military heads, de
and leaders of -the Haitian 'ist
government. Thp cathedral
was. filled ;to overflowing,; ,
and since then many visi-'
UB .. tors and residents have. co-
NC O^ ''ce to see: the ,mural. .
NCHO The project was conceiv-
ed 1949 by the Rt. Rev. C.
HO.Ei,. Alfred Voegeli, Missionary
ubFaciltltes Bishop of Haiti, Dewitt -Pe CE
Surroundings ters, founder of the Centre
membership d'Art, and Mr. R9dman.
ux Mgr. TEL: 7133 _____ 4
ux 9 -xT-'T'r~r*
(Grand R,.e Next to'
AM BURGERS lOc DRINKS GALORE
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WARM WEATHER IS
HOSE COOLING, DELI
Genuine, GERMAN Hot
HOT DOGS, BEER,
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'NOBBE -. BONDELS'
Is our specialty
ICE- CREA% ^'^
Served" today .,
bbuadant variety with
'la4)y of 'palate appeal.
Your Favorite drink ma-
by Experienced Mixolo-
4merican Style Grocery)
?ue Payee 2'blocks
From the Grand Rue
A mortified young lady
s us that when her grand
had a dinner party las
ek, grandpa. had trouble
h the coffee. He picked
,his cup, took a gulp
md it .scalding hot,. and
Lghed it out.
While the shocked guest
and waited for an apolo
Grandpa shook his head
ped his lips, and' said
[any a dang fool would
ve swallowed that!n
-CAPTAIN ACES "'
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EXCELL"RT%7" FOOD '
. AND SERVICEl
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HAYTIAN TRAVEL 'S:
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WITH US REMEMBER'k
CVIOUS DRINKS, MALTS
E CREOLE. :'
'1, CLUB', ; 1
DINING, DANCING,: :'
and a favorite ': ."
Saturday' nite spt ,
with games and' floor show" -''
(Over- Looking the Petio- -
.*-ille Square) .
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:SUNDAY SEPT 17. 1950
aARIESD For Those Born
March 21 April 20 or
SUN. 20th-Have a good
time, but don't get stuck with
the check. Avoid exagera-
tion, tall talk empty promi-
MON.-Meet new people
in new places; explore new
territory for social or busi-
TUE.- Personal conflicts
. give an edge to competition
in romance or business ven-
ture. Evening's best to gain
the prize you're after.
WED.-Business and pri-
vate interests may clash.
Keep emotion out of the pic-
ture to gain material ends.
-Reject rash, impulsive mo-
.TAURUSD--For Those Born
SUN-Getting out and SUN.-You'll have to take
away may take you or part- a definite stand on recent, de-
ner into expensive bypaths or velopments. Partners or ot-
commitments. Enjoy yoqr- hers may be inclined to nlay
self but remember restraint, too big a hand or advise you
MON.-Push sales, finan- to do so.
cial arrangements, but keep MON.-Listen to other peo
an eye 'but .for hidden costs. pole's suggestions or invita-
Losses, shortages, or a cold tions, but take your time rea
hlnli ldA. sn t orf.mie'n' e nave vnn n I' h i-c dAainnzn,. i i ri
TUE.- 'Control emotions
and take no chances. Intense
quarrels, accidents, breaka-
ge, are hazards. Negotiate,
improve -relations in p.m.
WED. Don't let pride,
poor judgment or advice
short circuit, opportunities..
Unusual solutions, surprise
offers, may break in evening.
. THUR.-Now you can re-
ally see your way clear. Cir-
culate, arrange interviews,
present ideas or material.
FRI.- Demands, abruc!tness,
I an l Ilnq tho hiili ninl qnfp
The vagabond, when rich, that
is called a tourist know
When the rich assemble compi1
to concern themselves with wThen,
the business of the poor it is out r
called charity. When the said.
poor assemble to concern ought
themselves with the business ot .it
of the rich it is called an ar-1 Per
chy. / Per
i aJl i5 i Ut7c onsJue1aU gP, oUru -vA
brings other and heavier con By Paul RICIARD
siderations. The poet reciting to Lady
TUE.-Morning news may Diana while Jhe footman
not be good; seed can cause u hisper ,have a banana.
accidents. People you work The judge enforcing the
with or for may be illumo- obsolete law.
red, but night is pleasanter. The banker making the
WED.-Foggy notions, a loan for the war.
distorted sense 'of values, can The expert designing the
ruin a good chance to impro- long range gul.,
ve practical situations or ma- To exterminate everyone
ke a good deal. Don't listen under the Sun,
fo advice. Would like to get out but
THU.R.-You're in a good can only mutter;-
position to discuss financial What can do? Its my
n,r n..n r+;,,i cs:. .- -, l... bread and butter.
THIU.-There's a premium " ,oue flAe niin.wl..u. oaic j )-c' oi at'u'rs an settle
on experience, competence, guard position, reputation; them amicably and ,profita- ystan
efficiency that pays off in nvoid clashes, scenes at home bly. ANTHOLOGI
promotion, a better job. Deal or abroad. RI.-Definitely unfavo-- LED BY NC
with those at the top. SAT -Let things quiet rable for travel. especially- ASSAILED
FRI.-UnNwise spending down. doi hi nothing to revi-' for long trips. A major set-to
leaves you poorer,.brings you ve troublesome issues. Keep with in-la%%1 can occur. Use og ever to
no nearer desired social or up appearances. care to prevent domestic ac- led except by p(
practical goals. LOBSTER cidents. pie with a pass
SAT.-Speculative moves Fuper Fresh SAT.- Yestesday's hard try according It
are illadvised, unless you've 'Spqcialties Ifeeling and other troubles Sitwell, herself
enough to cover should re- Grand Rue continue, with every one tain's leading po
-suits be' less than promised Next to Pharmacie standing pat. Late evening She told the a
'or expected. .., -:le~aque.TEL: may bring on a talking stage.,
HOLLYWOOD GOES TO WAR: CHEESECAKE QUEENS POSE AGAIN O-0 D
Hc!i"'u'ood needs scant hoinddn duir. So here we 'ie fi!my black and white.
exc:,-" at?', tine to rush its .oo apain. All the queens of night'e decorated barracks
actresss before the chepseca- V^orhl1 War II are. girding he world over, is out of the
ke c;,-weras. lt war-time the 'r.r action -- all except one Hn-oluood picture n'o w.
lovrlci: consider- in their Rita Hayworth, whose pose But ... ... ... ...
SHE'LL STEAL YOUR HEART IN "SHOPLIFT ER "
U' '-HO LIFTA
In a new movie titled "I Was a Shoplifter" the tricks of the trade of shoplifting are "fited".by 3q
renario writers and given away to the public. Unprogrammed shoplifting, however,'is accomplished
'by pretty Peggie Castle, shown above, a bit player who makes.her bowfin movies. A honey from thi,
.Blue Ridge Mountains-of Virginia, Peggie is also on the screen currently in "Buccaneer's Cirl/' Unltl
-wersal-International production starring Yvorine De Carlo and Philip Friend.. -
'ets, or peo-
on for poe-
one I of Bri-
SWith tle good, old summertime -just.aroun
dence Hollywood isn't waiting.' They look like
but they're actually glamour girls Joyce H
Dow, Universal-International starlets making1
aoyce is currently playing Jimmy rDurante'sj
"The Milkman," and Peggy is before the-ca
PuhtLar Prize play now being filmed with Jai
S -- ...... -- I....
-. J. V e> g'C-t >C-..
1 the London Librar '
people with. no real -
edge of poetry were '
we get blamed ab. .-'
modern 'poetry),, she
,,It is not fair.. We
to do something ab-
baps it ought to be ar
I that the very im- ,
it people gwho didn't-
Korea' .was loaded
hereafter "tb 'less 'i "-
t. ,- / "
no more, Lad laugh, .
y, why should, me etA '
haste td' die? .
pty heads and tongue
lkinig make the. rough
easy walking, and the '.
r pate of folly Bears
ling sky. f
't is jesting, dancing, .
ung spins'. the heavy
around. I young ,n
were not so clever,
?ey would be young "
er: t '~,;.q no'more; 'tis '
U ___k.. a ** S-;.
ou Wuisk t i-A.ow a
ind years, the:: consi- '.:
Hsun T.:, .
M E R T I M E I -
Id the dornp7,.heri% gC
kids out of 'Mark Iwain,
olden (left)* and Peggn
j-t *..^- itWWss,maswivwwsw^wfifH^sf <
I" PG 0 I S S S 1 19.511
PAGE 10 ^HIAITI STJN .SUNDAY SEPT 17. 195g'
I'...K "___ _________ _ _ ^ -' -- - - - ----- --- '**------------
Zet To The
Robert Castera are engaged
I A File is To be held at
Qiquini tMi4 morning in ho!
sour of Col. Magloire. The.
file is sponsored by Bellan-
de and Bayard..
1 Pat Weiderman returned
to the city thursday, from a
through tour of the Carri-
Robert Taylor and Karl
uSomebodyD, are making
their headquarters, Higgins
Edoaurd Hynes left fri-
day for Ohio,where he will
study at a business school
for four years.
The Former Gladys Ld-
ger of Port-au- Prince who
now resides with her hus-
band in Jamaica, gave birth
totwin girls last week (5
Both Mother and chili-'
dren are doing &tell.
Mr. Fi rnando Chavez Nu
nes who is director of the
Ecommic Affairs Division
of the Pan American U-
4,w arrived in the city to >
on fer with local Agricultu ,
.0 t Dr. Casadas is the 1st Se- Staying at the Hotel Roo ist Mr. Morel Maird arrw-
cretary at the Brazilian Em- sevelt are Mr and Mrs Max ed from Havana last week.
bassy here in Port-au-Prin- Kolnick. Kolnick is condct- and is staying at the Hotel.
4 ce. 'ed with the shipping busin- Splendid. .
S' iMr. and Mrs. Nowark ess in Miami. Colonel Magloire and for-
Swho are on their third trip .mer classmates of the Milita-
to Haiti, have decided to stay Mr Jens :Koch returned ry School, celebrated their
a ^this time. o Miami Thursday. twentieth anniversary of ser-
d "The Nowark who are vice; Friday, with a Lun-
Sstaying at the El Raicho, at American Artist, Pierre cheon at the-Hotel El Ran-
Mtl Eha -present are house seeking Bourdelle and family re- cho.
Mr and Mrs Renato Alon that Miss- Solange Etheart n the Petionville area turned to the U.S thursday I a
so hae returned from their Iand Jean Verna of Hinched Mr. Nowark is starting a after a stay itz of more than I There are people who do..
wedding trip to the D'omi- are to be married next bag factory, ni Boziton. a year. Mr Bourdelle will things in ap unkind .way,.
sican Repueblic and are ma- month. xxx lecture this winter at Co- people whose touch hurts,
cing their temporary home A son (Pierre) was born Wednesday. night the lombia University. whose voices jar, whose tern
in Port-a,; -Prince. to Mr. and Mrs Pard Boncy Deemings gave a champa- Zxxx pers plays them false, who.
The, coupe was married last Tuesday. Both Mother gne farewell party for Jens, wound and worry the peo.
sept _th. at the Sacrd-Coeur and son are doing well. Mrs. Koch, the -Great Danse Ar Mr. 0. Peters arrivedpie they love in the very act
church. Turgeu. Boncy was the former Mado chitect, who has been with from Ciudad Trujillo last f trying to conciliate them, .
The bride was the for- Mathbon. us for the ldst 10 months, week, and spent several days and yet who need affection
mer Carmen' Lopes Rojas Bill Talamas on business staying at Thorland Inter- in Port-au-Prince, staying as much as the rest of us.
daughter of.t' Ambassador In the Big City (N. Y.) in- national Club. A mong the at the Sans Souci. George Beriard Shaw. ,
and 'Senora Rojas of Vene- tends to return to P-au-P. in Many friends taking leave, f Edouard Peloux accompan-
zuela two weeks were Mr. and Mrs Eric Mr. J. Brady a Company. ied by his wife and two char--
Renato Alonzo the gfoom, Edward L. Brown, a tra- Neff Mr. and Mrs Dua- manager from Miami spent ming daughters Simone and"
is son of Senora Ana Maria, vel agent, from Fort Lauder ae Adamr Lt. and Mrs. several days in the city last Matud left last friday. for a-
Alo':-. of Mexico- City. dale Florida, spent several George ELIE, the French Ar week, at the Sans Soucl. two months vacation in N.
Senorita Eva Lopes Rojas day at the Hotel. El Rancho tist Bourdell, Mr and Al- Mr. and. Mrs. Lundberg, Y.
who was maid of honour Last week. bert Mangones, Mr. James arrived from Cadad Tru-, Mr. and Mrs Hans Stech-
for' her sister, returned to xxx 0. Phinton and Arthur Kep jil, last week. er left friday on a visit to-
Caracas last tuesday. Mr. F. W. Kessler Stad nedy. The Urac' Industrial- New York.
Juan brother of the Bri- ler a wellknown New York Mrs Eric Neffe celebra- _____________________
de, also left on tues day. 'City merchant returned to ted her birthday lats friday
He will take up his studies the U. S. Friday.- He had at her home in Depas. -
at Tulane' University New been staying at the El Ran-' Miss Joan Ratiner of f f t /4 a w w
Oleans. cho. l Thisweeka is back in the d
.xx Au Dr. and Mrs. Luiz Garri- city. This time to enjoy a CAR E D UQU -T
Gary Davis and wife Au- do Casadas and Mrs. Casa- much longer vacation. : e UASiL ki-LMi IIU Ut-'
dre-' returned to the U. S. das. Mother, Senora Agos-; It has been announced
and show business. last'tinba Ponee de Leao, are that Jap Laudin son of the
week. staying at the Hotel El Ran: Chief of Protocole, and :.
, Is has been announced cho. Ghislaine Paul daughter of
__l____ ___Mr. and Mrs Edouard P. I M
- Paul, will be married satur
f day 23 Sept. at 630 p.m. at
the Sacrt-Coeur church in
-; Refresh...Add --
SUNDAY SEPT 17. 1950 HAITI SUN PAGE 11
AU "" AMERICAN, ELEVEN. .
Vl cCO L Sta.nford [End r .
FOLDBERG, Army End
GAIN, Kentucky Tackle
Tonef, Notre Dame Tackle.
_RICHTER, "California Guard
SPJERK, Cornell Cnter F '
-. ..Foot Ball S'e o-'
T "FS. STILL KARRAS, llinois Back The Haitian Federation of eauvoir, Bonaventure, and
.HEATH, Oklahoma Back foot ball.hasjust -eceived an )iamby, were the stars. of
GRIDEMEN OF THE YEAR 'invitation from._ the Jamai- team that plad Jaaica
Back 'of 'the ye"ar can fo6t ball association to 1938, 1948, and 1949. '
BOB Williams, Notre Dame se d a team to Kingston The Federation expects to.
Sll nem n of theYear ear the first of October for inBcde Li the tea a few
BOB Gain, Ientucky a short series of games. Two young players who wo
S;Coach of 'theT Year. match a're scheduled oc- their place" 'by the sk
SENJOY PAA landn, Teessee rober14 and oober 16. shown in. the; past year,. Sea
TO ENJOY AA -Soph Back of the Year The'.first contest between sonal 'veteras Tassy, 1iear .-
CHARLIE Hoag.Kansas U- Jamaica and..HaiTi was pla- doni, Y'apoute.. Dadado. .
U ESh Linean R a the Year 'yed in 1923. Subsequently and Lacossade'vho are "i- 'i. j
SUMM i VINCENT Meschipvitz, ND the 1948 teams met -in 1927, rently playing in Vhezuela-
a o he y a 1931. 1938, 1948 and 1949. 'an9d Cuba w9il be included '.
E IRI ONITSiL ,' o, Haiti w'on the Last game, in the Haitian team. .-The, .
S-.' which as played in To-r- Latter are expected 'to. reach. '-.
au-Prince. Porr-au-P-rince at i'e end' of '
S' The footballers resumed the month.. . .
L. L .their training two wepks ago The 16, of 17 player who .
They practice on Ionday, will Travel, to Jamaica 'will,
FROM TEIS 1Wednesday and Friday In- define itely ,be chosen early
BALLS.. der rhe supervision -of coa-- in October. 'A few, trial mat .
S ches LT.A. Cicou, Lt. Da-. thes will be: played. Thows..-
Sniel Beauvoir, Ed., Bonaven- in the -best 'physical c-Jdi-d
O '-a u-. r i : tu wre and' P"erre Biamby. tion will selected.
SI 4 ' ' ; "'
'TO ' ..' TOP TWENTY TEAMS
J j, .' . . ." I *, .-
*M !im i Mort oy NATIONAL. CHAMPION: NOTRE .AE 10
2.'C1N'E LIJ '9n 12 -EYD 9 Y t
S. 3. TEXAS ..10-0 1 3.SO., CALIFORNIA 7-2 IS
:4. STANFORD 9-0 14.- So. METHODIST 8-2
'Dunlop 5. ENNESSEE 11-0 15. CALIFORN1A 7-2
S. Sport Store 6. QHIO STATE e 9-0 16.' KENTUCKY 7-2
SGrand Rue Tel: 7, OKLAHOMA .9-1 17. -ALABAMA 9'2 .
S, 8. ,AR1 Y 8 1 18. PRINCETON. 7-2
i9. LOUISIANA State .10-1'19: IUKE 8
Ing o _10. MICHIGAN 7-2 20. WISCONSIN.' 6-3
11. ILLINOIS 7-2
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FOUND TRIP : "
l l O th beautiful ..reefs of THE' AL-AMEftCA SQUAD -
U the bay of Port-au-Prince. ,
0 For information Telepho- .
saving n Ends Wlkinson (CLA); Sherrod (Ten Proctor
AS O (Texas); A. Lary(-A1a); Earon (Dke); IMutssclie11r(N
S. Ragazzo ( )Carey ( ..St.) '
S Tackles -'Donan (Prince) : 1 '
; :Trautwgin (Ohi' St.); wahl(MKich.)' B1etic (.urdu
KrouSe (JVQd.,Sroud (T-nn);. Lea.- (Tulane ); a .
Mi. ); B pvac (tt); Cirski (Rice)
SEFFECTIVE. THRU Yongg people tell what Guards Ward (iMd ); Mizerany'(la.) L- 6ni c''(PenI'
they are doing, oid people Boldin (Pitt); Shoaf -('LSU; Daffer (Tenn.) yes kla
SEPTEMBER 30 T"I what they have done, and .)' .; Gable (W .s.- .
ST B 30 fools what they wish to do. Centers--- .Groom (iD)'Holdaa hNCU); Root (Rutg.)Fa-
S0 60 DGAY L MIT r 't ""(Miss.U)'
S' Prench Pro'vierb Backs'- .DotTley (1Viss U.); Steph efbn (Arm Y);i. .is
STOP OVERS PERMITTED The man -who wakes up mann (o.); Ortmann (Mich-); Donat .
and finds himself famous 'ny (Wash. U. Lauricela -(Terin.) r
EN ROUTEb".' ^. hasn't been- asleep. i (Ohio St); Townsend (Texas); Pa"'-
wlson iner. (Oal.); Higasian (Stan.); .Barrett Model k
.i R (Md.);.Kazaier (Price.);"I.C,.Arm); Vn '
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,. ,.tower placed at in-, ..n.ish .. .ang.age Sunday .'aper. .. . ",
-. I I terals along the border,and Edtor* Berard Diedeay -i '
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(EPISCOPAL),. nounced she-expects ao- Scotland Yard Ihvesti4ator BO. a
anted Mas 4.00 a.m Frenchther on At 15., with Sir Aubrey S E- Pl
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f:th good tres. Mass.- '9.00 a. m French e as estimates of J.the. .xxx ,S A
.. py Hai" I ss 6.00 a.m Freh rowd expected lyc.to oday .18 'Septemb er at 6 e ed sa :
io e or, Reit ins Bizoaone Neca I t fr om a a . SOEURS
; ed: .s Beautilview EPiPHANY C:HAP'EL, the country on inued 6to' REBECCA VIVAIENU RS
t' M g .ass _.6.0 m French grow. The most recent ghe- with Laurence Olivier id ith Gary Gr n R
pl __ Mass 8.00.m renh sses put re.. .a -J6anFitabye1,eMn y ad
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._-." ELA MAISON DU DR. Friday at 6 p.m. a 8 p ( r-
with Ingrid Bergman and-Iwith Pierre Fresnay-
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Friday 22 September at 61A .B DE O,
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