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

Subjects

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

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Sept. 1950.
General Note:
"The Haitian English language newspaper."

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Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00195


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GRANT RESPONS9Bt*:I
THE HAITIANENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER REO'
SPort-at-Prince Rpublique. D'AITT L NlDAY. SEPTEMBER 6th 6953 No. 46'


Open Letter To The President .o.Stop AS s....
The General Paul Eugene Magloirc, To Havana Oep
Your Excellency :. .
.A new air service lrking.kthu
Our warrant for addressing this letter to you is your known A new air service ,inki h
willingness to support ever y measure which will be of benefit o aits of H i
New York was started yesterdaiy
the people and country of our beloved Republic.
by Delta Chicago & South
In this 150th year of liberty, Haitians have most reason to Chicago So
Airlines. "-.
be proud of their history and of their country. Today all who oA g ie,
The announcement of this
live in this Republic are aware that your government has worked .i
vice was made to presmemt 1
wonders to enhance the glories of The past [witness the Cqp Hai- vr t a pre
Wednesday in the air-cpt at of a g c'. .
tben renewed], to develop the resources of the present, and to in the air-cnd tio
S ed, beautifully furnished offi"
guide the nation to a greater future. In this corner of the beautull,
oof. Deltp C & S, Port -au -Prince"' W I
world, hardly noticed, a national transfo;nation is taking place, Portau-
Continued on Page .16.
a mighty-attempt at the elevation of a whole people -- a noble na
,effort which would thrill all citizens in all, parts of the world. KIDDY CONTEST i ENSi,
As journalists, it-seems to us trlmentable that such things should
get but scant or casual notice overseas, and that out-dated no- .The Haiti Sur.. a to
tions about Haiti. should till be current As an English-speak- its first Kiddy Cone 't. [See P
ing paper we do our bit, but we want no monopoly in conveying ,, '
a ad lani with thepces good tidings to the world. Wea want you to se id.ip
Sat." B.-. adlon i, with the -packetse o e ticket 9 .. .. : "h of a 0.
around thg lobe.. We' respectfully suggest for your high consideration that as. graphs of baby s or .da ghte
r. out- an hip irbaifzii Yff f o.ur Ahniiters.ary Celebratioi i comaprihen- ferehe Ha i- Sun's Kidd'y Cor
sire, all-out attempt be made to attract world publicity to our test. From next week- w i
voting Of Schoolboy country. No doubt some newspapermen will come in to cover publish in everY issue a, hoto-l
'Prcr Sunday the actual events of the Celebrations. What would be even ore graph of a young toddei and:.
STom fitting is to have the major newspapers and magazines of the ust n me r Chr as prizes
min [12] the, Tom Naudes, were the
o participants f world publish lage-scale reports on Haiti today immediately for" the best photOgrzaphed 'kid"
lidaying -up two participants of a tragic ac-
before, or simultaneously with, the celebrations. Representa- dies will go to winners and p.t-;,
eir parents, 'cident at Furcy last- Sunday. -r
ties of for example Life Magazine [US], The Londoh Times ents from the 'Haiti Sun,, fr m
morning.Jop-d adC. ai
[Great Britain], the Paris Match [Franr.e), La Nacion [Argen- Joseph Nadal and-Co. [Carriar
The two boys were looking on
I weroing- tinal, The Trinidad Guardian [British Caribbean Federation],.- ti.on. Milk, Gerber's Infant .Food
LIT- while a jeep was' undergoing re- Camay Beauty Soap,' t ;!
pairs from friend Ralph Coro- to name but a few can be invited to come now to Haiti as Camay Beaut .Soap], frpm the.!
n guests of our people, and to tell the world our news. Haiti Trading 'Co; rants
neos. Cederic leaned over to
u We assure you that this journal. and many of the other Scotch Whisky], Cana e vert.
o of PAA pick up a 12-gauge shotgun o newspapers in the Rrlnes wll gve every and La Belle-Creole. For detail
Sat di the bonnet of the jeep. The gun
assistance to this project. Sueh a vigorous, 'imaginative policy, see Page'9. .
r. Doulti-an went off, the discharge hitting
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Dadlani-.of Jamaica and his
ri-clad wffe.nee Kalavanti Har-
': The suave greying dis-
Iguished Mr. .Dadlani, manag-
r'director of a chain of Hindu
5res and bazaars, had come to
rt-au-Prince -on the first leg of
jpund-the7world tour. He stay-
iwith brother B. B., Manager
rLa Maison Orien'tale. an in-
.endently run gift store sub-
iary of the Jamaican. chain,
Remained long enough to
.k into business affairs, and
!greet the many. friends and
rers which the Maison
entale has won since its open
g in July 1950. Then the Dad-
lis set off from Port au Prince
SThursday for the next port
A11.


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Alain square in the chest. Coro-
neos caught him before he fell,
while friends rushed Francois
Continued on Page 15

MME MAGLOIRE SEES
AIR-BORNE CARP
Looking cool and fresh in,
white, with a pretty white bon-
net Madame Yolette Magloire,
First Lady of the Republic, and
the children came down to
Damien from La Boule -at 9 a.m.
last Thursday. They came to see
the new carp recently flown t6.
the fishponds of Haiti from
Israel. Mme. Magloire was
greeted on arrival by Mr. Raoul
Aglion, UN Resident, Mr. Shi-
mon Tal, and Mr. Garnier, UN
and Haitian experts.
SContinued on Page 15


woutL'UU ue ver y UweiL in flti (ILI( bie itufew iitomenuo UoCuiI
which we shall very soon celebrate.
We have the honour to be your obedient servants ,
Bernard. W. Diederjch,
'Director.
Rony Chenet Fls;,
Gerant Rqesonsable.',' '
The 'Haiti Sun', Haitian English-speaking weekly.

((BAINET)

The Venus Of Haiti
Another in our series on Hai- You cannot get easily to Bainet
tian towns.. by sea. For though situated at
Way off the tourist-beaten the head of a pretty southern
track in the south of Haiti, 18 bay, and lying parallel to the
kilometers west of Jacmel, is the sea shore, it would be hazar-
sea-side town of Bainet, a town dous to try to disembark on the
whose handsome lay-out no less sand and shingle beach. All day
than the marked beauty of so long, heavy blue breakers, rais-
many of its female residents, ing their white tops ten feet
earns it our title of the .Venus
of Haiti.* Continued on Page 6


Mother and child Mrs. Michel "-
Monnier, former Gladys 'ogat,'-i
and daughter Sibylle in Paris.;

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6ti


kI (Ocean Monarch) With 345 Tourists

Opens Winter Cruise Season
.- The tourist season was offi- when the liner Ocean Monarch
Socially opened last Wednesday dropped anchor in the harbour
"", and sent 345 tourists scurrying
ashore for a look at Port au
I Prince and environs.
LThi- .Ocean Monarch, a
$10,000,000 floating palace, left
New- York Saturday and made
Port.au Prince the first stop on
SL -- the 12-day cruise. Other ports


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flies to every maj
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Rights weekly.-more t
Sany other airline-thr
S'the Caribbean area. C
your day and depart
Sh6ur to a dozen encha
island, vacation spots.
L American's vast Carib
;. network takes you to
one and all.

NORTH COASl
'PAA has frequent daily
,flights. It's just a few 1
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of call are Cartagena and King-
ston. Capt. Cecil Dunsford was
pleased to see that disembarking
wvas done this time by Haitian
government cutters.
Among passengers on board
.m was Mr. Theodore Koop, Presi-
dent of the National Press Club,
S and Director of the News Section
of Columbia Broadcasting Sys-
tern. He was greeted by Pierre
"s, Chauvet, Director of Tourism,
and Denys Bellande of SIPP and
hat conducted over the city, to Ra-
dio Commerce, where Mr. Koop
|or /
was interviewed over the air,
and to the Palace where he was
presented to the Minister Ze-
S phirin.

M AM. ERNESTO MENDEZ, FIRST
SECRETARY OF LEGATION
er 100 OF PANAMA IN HAITI
than The Panamanian governnient
tough has recently announced the ap-
;hoose pointment of M. Ernesto Mendez
re Jr. as first Secretary of its lka-.
anting
antg tion in Haiti. M. Mendez will
Pan
bean have the direction of the lega-
tibn under his care until the ar-
S rival of the new Minister Pleni-

T potentiary of Panama to Haiti.

ly PIERRE WIENER,
oursSUL.FOR PER
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S..- .Zgnt.etwveen Laracass,. k
SMaracaibo, U arianquila .
Maracaibob, Paranquiua t If The appointment of Mr. Pierre
and any point in the .
"C' aribbean. Convenient Wiener as Consul of Peru in
S'connections can be tnadeat Haiti was announced last week.
-' Brranquilla for Panama
SC nd.Cntral America, or
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Kermesse-At La Boule Today
A country fair will be held to- who are not indifferent to the
day at 9 at ihe property of Mr. fate of the young and humble
Eric Tippenhauer, organized by should attend this bright day-
the Mme Magloire Foundation. time function. Receipts go to the
Three bands will be in attend- chapel of Sans FIl, built by Rever
ance, besides stalls, etc. All those end Father Gasser.

Decline Of Our Overseas Commerce

This Year Over 12 Million Dollars


In their Wednesday issue .La products were some of
Phalange- published some de- causes.
pressing statistics about Haiti's 'La Phalange* continued:
overseas trade balance. government is now making g
For the' first six months of efforts to bring the revenue
1953 our overseas commerce has the State to their normal l
fallen off by 63 million 363,000 and to continue the execu
gourdes $12,672.000 in cor- of projects of public utility.
prison with the corresponding the other hand, similar eff
period last year this is a decline ought to be made to reorga
of about 72 per cent. the labour market, to res
the buying power of the ma
Last year's bad harvests, the the street, and to facilitate
low prices for our products on circulation of currency in cer
the export market, fluctuations economically feeble section
on the Stock Exchange, the clos- the nation.
ing of certain outlets for our

Ambassador Leger Speaks On

LatinAmerican Story Today

The Ambassador of, Haiti to 'The Latin America, Story
the U. S., His Excellency Jac- heprd Sundays, 12 Noon to
ques Leger, will discuss. the r.m. EDT, and is heard in \
problems of Hispaniola an island ington; WTOP, the following
divided .between two nations urdays, 4.30 to 5 p.A-;
when he is interviewed on 'The
Latin America. Story,, today. Brazil Day Tomorrow
During this CBS Radio Depart
-V
ment of Public Affairs pro His Excellency Ministe.
gramme, the Ambassador will be Brazil to aiti and Mrs. Ca
questioned about Haitian domes- ra Guimaraes, will give a r
tic policy, as well as his coun- tion in their residence, Boia
try's attitude on world issues. Monday, on the occasion of
CBS Radio White House Corres- National Day of Brazil.
pondent Bill Costello will join
two other correspondents in dis- MAGIC CINE
cussion with the Haitian diplo-
mat. Sunday, September 6th,


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Like the sweet icing on a cake they were meant for each other.
Miss Jeanne Scala of New York, and the pou-erful red iMG from
Nuffield Motors, Great Britain. Jeanne, a young authority on
automobiles of distinction, loves that car. .11.,, ays .'he,-*stands
for Michaelle*, and 0G. for Grand. I'What MG .stands for in Eng-
land asks Emile Sendral,. MG dealer, Grand'rue.


3 p.m.
TARZAN ET LA FONTAINE
MAGIQUE.
At,6 and 8.15 p.m.
DYNAMITE PASS
Tuesday, September 8th, at 6.15
and 8.15 p.m.
ALADIN OU LA LAMPE
MERVEILLEUSE
Wednesday, September 9th, at
6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
DYNAMITE PASS
Thursday, September 10th, at
6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
L'HOMME DE MES REVES
Friday, September 11th, at 6.15
and 8.15 p.m.
DYNAMITE PASS
Saturday, September 12th at
6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
LA FLECHE NOIRE


See ,Kiddy Contest,
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HOUSE
35, rue Clerveaux, Petionvil
New clean rooms, very coimf
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sant garden for relaxatic
French cuisine. Moderate da
and monthly prices. Telepho
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Agent in Haiti:
SONACO

General Manager
Jacques Marlin
Address: Place de I'Expositioi
Ppvillion Proche Orient
Tel. 2381 : 2697
P. O. Box 397


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'DAY,:'SEPTELMBER. 6th

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Old Students Show
Professor Around


,Elvire Morand met with death
'vire Mor Professor and Mrs. Henry H.
.the general hospital Sundajy .
t"h t a short while after she Bakken were in Port last week
eight a short while after she
S enroute from Puerto Rico to
ad been hit at Drouillard by the
home in the U.S. Professor Bak
ar drive, it was alleged, by
e drive e, it was aleged byi ken who is professor of Agri-
Indre Agenor, who left his vic-
'. h cultural Economics at Wiscon-
im on the road and fled.
I sin, had visited all the world
;Aer investigation, the police
.., hut the Caribbean and South
las -iabbed the alleged culprit.
America so far. The Bakkens
SE AT are now completing the Carib-
UCK CATCHES FIRE AT
CATHE bean [next stops were Jamaita,
AR.4DE RIVIERE DL NORD
then Cuba].
Several persons received bad
i.rns last week when. a cargo On Thursday, the Bakkens
d.. passenger .truck.driven by were shown around Damien by
arc Arele" Garcon suddenly Mr. Marc Jean Michel and Mr.
ugt fii on the. Grande Ri- Louis F. Balmir, twoHaitian
ught fife' on the. Grande Ri- .Ji
.e d oad;. The- vi im s : agronomists who ere among
Te, &I a rtoad. -th:e Vicims
t, o .Fie. J.ustimen ,
p.pital .t ; Haitien.. .
,if'6-has been arrested
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di elI be referred to:the jus- T
p -. ; .

^FOR JACKEL
Por.t 'Wrks in Jacrdel will
o,,be begun.. A credit of
--Qles $17.00 I as :
:n-vQtel'Tu'esd.ay b& the legis-, -,
ie -tK'-set' .up constructiozi ,
The projected wharf for -
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Port an Prince
LAYpoND LAROCHE,
CapiHaitien.
: DESQUIRON Succrs,
J6r6mie
JEAN BOURGEOIS,
SAuxxCayes
DICARD & CO., Jacmel
ILPHONSE ARTEAGA
Gonaives.


nis pupils at the University of
Wisconsin.

FRENCH FOUNDATION
SCHOLAR IN HAITI
Mr. Jean-Jacques Cluzeau of
the Lycee Cheptel, awardee of a
scholarship of the Fondaiion Na-
tionale Zellida, arrived in Port
frorn'Curacao this week. He was
welcomed at the airport by Lt.
Georges Elie Jr.


At right: A view of the smart,
nei2ly air-conditioned restaurant
'Aux Cosaques, where smart
folk go for fine eating. Re-de-
signer of the Chemin des Dalles,
building -was local t6p architect
Marcel Villard.
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Any one who can' give infor
Station as to the whereabouts of
a golden Spaniel answering toc
the name Tosca will receive a
sizeable reward from the Baiti
Sun., Tosca whose full name .is
SToscanini, a male dog, has long
Sears and barks a lot at night
'; He disappeared Saturday, Au
gust 2th in Petionville. Please
contact the Haiti Sun. Tel. 2061
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men. The two workmen mira- gloire will study in Paris;N
culously escaped death from suf-, Elsa and Ghislaine Scutt j
location when fellow workers turn to school in:the U. S
quickly uncovered them. bert Tippenhauer will fi
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to study Business Admir
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Estime's Estate
The heirs of the late
dent Estim6 have expi
their desire to receive
shares of his estate. 'La,
Evreutont Carrie, Magny
Edmond Pierre-Paul are
.mandatatories.
--:0:-
Jean Marchand is New
bound this weekend.


S* Dan Allen is fixing to open a Hot Dog all-night air.condition-
ed snack bar in the old premises of Prince Albert bar next%
door to Nobbe-Bondel.
Crocodile hunter, Hotel Oloffson proprietor Maurice De
Young hit the trail this week with a log size chip on his
shoulder.' Maurice had run into regulations he said that
were keeping his hotel bare [of tourist]. He had director
of Tourism Pierre Chauvet's ear for two hours Wednesday, as
a result he expects his problem to be duly- ironed out.
Patricia Weiderman, another person with a hotel problem
she lost it. MiJs. Wiederman called her eviction from
Hotel Aux -Orchidees last week .. unlawful, vandalistic and
brutal.
Ti Tosh Severe was most annoyed when he read a pote in
.Le Nouvelliste. accusing his Nobbe-Bondel beer garden of
having their menus in English. Ti Tosh heart broken show-
ed us his menus in both the English and French languages.
The waiter must have heard Nouvelliste Staffers using Eng-
lish and obliged with the English menu, explained Ti Tosh.
Jimmy Plinton is awaiting a new speedy machine for ironing
sheets before opening his iltra.modern laundry.
Our Star Columnist T. J. Grant the local butcher has been
too busy slaughtering prime beef of late to pick up the pen.
The Champ de Mars beautification work has been accelerat-
ed .. big modern General Electric street flood lights are
being installed this weekend.
Milo Hakime has invaded the ice-cream field with his *Cita-
delle. cremes.
BOLIVAR STRIPPED passed by. the Exposition late
one night last week shocked to s6e Bolivar stripped of his
night sheet. Seems Simon, famed for his nocturnal frolics,
has flung off his garb'. next morning he was discreetly :
covered again.
S* Traced the culprits as far as the airport ...
*The Senate voted the $200,000 rebuilding of the unfinished
Hotel Beau Rivage this week and chief engineer Harry Tip-
penhauer closed the property off to intruders with an 8-foot
high barbed wire fence.

New Manager Of In the States since 1945, where'
SPopular Riviera Hotel Nargil has established his home,
What a dreamland Haiti is! he -has been connected with the
SLook at this view. Where else Surrey Hotel in Miami Beach
Scan you see such a beauty of and the Essex House in New"
sea and mountain combined? York City. He.is looking for-
Thus meditated aloud Nargil, ward to entertaining a large
newly appointed manager of new crowd of American tourists.
ly redecorated Hotel Riviera To complete his happiness his
looking out over the terrace last wife' Aida, and 5-year-old son
week. Jack Kent will join him here
Armenian born Nargil arrived next week.
here last July, bringing packed in "- -- .
his greying head twenty years SELLING
experience of hotel business. A Ainerican being, transferred
graduate of Hotel Management wil sell American bedrobm set.
School in Lausanne, Switzerland, 8 cu. ft. Westinghouse refrigera-
Mr. Nargil has held various po- tor 4 months old; electric stove
sitions in the Grand Hotel in used 4 months; Singer sewing
St. Moritz, and the Beau Rivage machine; Remington portable
Palace Hotel in Lausanne, and typewriter, table, chairs, tele-
was assistant manager of the phone. Apply Deprez No. 5, rue
Ankara Palace Hotel in Ankara, 3. Telephone 2595.
Turkey, for a number of years.
He served as an officer in the LANDSLIDE
Turkish Army during the last At Peligre this week a land-
war, doing hospital administra- slide completely covered a me-
tion work. chanical shovel and two work-


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Before th.eEglise Le- Vesinet in Paris, -.ugust 25th,- ...,afer
christening of Afile Sibylle MIonner, daughter o'M and a
Michel Monnier Mrs. Monnier, formerly Gladys Bogvt of P
au Prince. In the picture)-.gme Alfred Monmer&i Iu`rcUniothe
Mile Suzannei ['the baby s nurse], M i. Miaelf.or.mi- .[prod
thefr],. Ill H ega TippA7hauer [godmothter ',nol-"i'g odei
ItMme Rene Monnier, Mile Carmen Nicolas 'an tib' llt onn
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Some Studying
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Among the Haitian students
travelling to study abroad are:
M. Yvon Dufanal, who will study
general engineering. at -West
Virginia Institute,; M. Daniel
Brun, will enter the Faculty of
Medicine of Paris; his sister
Marie-Helene Brun will also
study in Paris; Maurice Desulme
will further his studies in Mex-
ico; Mlle Jeannette Armand will
study languages in New York;
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ed a at the generous receptions New Schools;And RHads 4P@YeLGHT. r
"Wekheld at D. B.'s hWme. in the su- A
1from e!) burb of Kingston. The two most Jacmel and Jeremid wil be "SPOTI.GHT, -. 'th
resounding soirees f the year inroidd wth.modn lycees beat's leading
: of'. h1i trp is an-. bxaltar, Tangiers Casablanca,. Jamaica were the reception giv-, Port-de-Paix .will be lin-ked, with :.maziL .,pub he
din tdd to the Dadlani. TireifdI Los Parmias, Mborocco, ren for .the visiting cricketeis .,Gnoves by, a- asphalted rad. Bl4ae, Ja3dista].'l.,i
eaishter. this.e'Romd,- wi ,.e.ewM..Bombar-s. if-a to s.
"thisneastern arm- Rome, Nayiles, Milan, M1alta, Efrom India last Easter, and the n la to -
S.theO Ocidenital, .enghazi,. Tripoli," Beruit, am christening of a grandsoV [Lady dopoliyS:r i, e ned : schools. infomitio
.. N.. "y. ... ,-tSt'.Marc there'wil.be noZ... :
S E oJAaica and. .aseus; Trkey, Istanbul, Cairo, -Fobt,' wife of the Governor ofAt St are there will.be no 1
htUavel "agents.- who Aleandria, 'Persia, Pakistan, Jamaica, 'as godmother]:. more lack of -eletric ppwer ..
-4ur .ceremonipuly .India--- the. longest stay, -.:.
et.36 eqtof tick- ;Burna, Ceylon, alay, Java, ,*0:
"". .. ",... .. .. In Jamaica :the.Dad nai4i 'pres- .".' i- .::IS ,
W, ng sale afid Silam, ;Philippines, ;-Hong Kong, en _g. e"' es-. Exhibition OI I m ..
t elige,-is high. He is'.a .ustie ce .ofo .
tittaisue6d bjr .a China he h- iVed .in ShanghaiAlL' Art.........
vtb.ePeace ad a President.df the
J a.i.a fro~f 1921 1928, Honolulu, t Andii Poeace ariL rse.~de r:t i ""
V .... East Indian Progressive Society. Rbtz .. ":os. "o. ".i
tion.. iit p. 50 Sa ,Francisco, Washington, Mon i t eral b at stptiod an
SHe s, however; highest regarded
on thou, 1%,"i: s ....a-. a.t-rea- -Bermruda., N. sau as the pe of r co a
S.'T h h that a slied, .imaginative busiaess- Sa iacidIv 5 -valifbrnia'ias
atme ill take ,, .. beed akigr~ .t.king oiapor -t.e
"oa .,. ..a...e rn"....., ., man. In commercial circles, hifs bee 'k.n nn fo the
l S a voyage i i ue success as a dr past several ;-ieks t-had ~
S' neramacan till thibit E aitfidh
S:goods merchant has won .. .T
.~nbez thb air. exrsibw o.,f. crafs. .: The exhibi ts..e.to tae
didedand',-.. through -him, the ,Hidu c
Firm, the respect and adirain pla i San Francs
i of ..:s pa an e t -t Angeles and! wil l inld e"- sUop
drde.agt re"-t s.e.y a 'of all .Heis'-a canny bu i. r a -


.ok: mal,'m a 'dealer of absolute in"- It i be hat t
.". ,.. ". .which.. -So:fi orteinrmtion- ohl -
-"the ....e.re K a o tegrty and .tul with', te- .'. ,i formerly 7 nv' Bar ,. ..-
U11 b'n--.'ogreatest, secrecyri a genermaus phinbu r, y .. b. v


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...."o. D de'B r .-as .the tie f t n n roee -de finite info.i. -tioii -:..t .
A broa thismay beureleasedgithin sy
ti;o for awrek: d -ortne the
o. wo ac,. n .m .4

;Yr&vihendhz at 11. hne utheng th"
.F~' gg .woi-ld depression. after the Great: r. *-4 '
wa' ur 'i in ,g b i : e tr n

wLorId o bver t "Pickingup bie. 7
e piecest tof eckedfoun the 22 ... "n
'' "ounge man, ents ,-...t n, ont
o giand, BhangB.oaint-hen west -
J .-.,a w h w e [ .h "" -'With AV

o. '' e, ,. ." c p,., io, i.-...:,:"A
n'e".i du cu to, r', e .,'": '
Tr ie- a 'i 1 Th.Jma th."...o f vU.. ... ,.
V; .thle New 'World, a'.fod came, notw
.ds a "t a..........i- tug of
toBermuda, a as itheyorig na1.p A..
paned [they found that Bers
rmuda'-was's lreadv full of Indian -.
merchanbt" 'but to Jamajica. In TL'i,
'nbi rlni "eat alL tbere were 22 -'AR!
oiier Indian merchants inBt .I hAI
.1 1, ilband, V:b13. B so on.beat most tea_ I -insurance cmr i a' 4; I I
I ,.,.yLet",,'t.ru. .".r,
oI'o 'of. them"a gt ,'of. competition : .Opp. m.tedliWnQ. .Wu:. i ,:

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-I A .b -w. .rraaagtuI'f .[ m .. .
g or a .li .earg .., ...
.: .;There iii'Jamaica. from very lit-" I-t"uI "'c's I.'.
t:i bie- ahe beit aefortune, and -nol
a pu..f.-- :. -.. S-..
," lo"..ok b ood,. sp jori na w
of w 'he a giant family -run corn' VKv '
-JoVi r6, OF eIbne. oue rothB R. B.i rutis
\1W eO. .Mr. 'he Kilgston: bazaars; adopted' -
N ob4' iM jA'ew'now : son B. Druns the big tourist
di"e~bj 'ltttSYsuit me jf servii.e branch-n in Montego Bay. 'p
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SUNDAY,' SEPTEMBER (


<(BAINET,

The Venus Of Haiti
Continued Irom Page 1 palms which grow right up near

above the flood rush on the the hill tops, a hundred metres
Cisabove sea level.
Beach or foam against the cliffs above sea level
SIn August 1915 high waters The people of Bainet are also
t a w a a striking. Most visitors notice
swept ashore, washed away a
at once that the women of Bai-
whole street, of which there is
now no trace. Occasionally net are of a beauty more arrest-
now no trace. Occasionally
wavesstill rush in. inhabitants ing than that of any of the other
/!. .Haitian towns, except perhaps
of threatened houses leave the Haitian towns, except perhaps
doors open, and the sea washes Jerenie. Perhaps their glamour
o ,comes from the marked sense of
through the ground floor out n n-comes from the marked sense of
the sr style which distinguishes Bainet
":. to the streets.
Nor is it too comfortable to dwellers. Folks are wel dress-
a;. approach Bainet by land. You ed, well groomed in the latest
Travel to Carrefour Fau- Paris mode. There is enough
ry:" .j.a travel to Carrefour Fau-
coffee wealth around to send
Scheux along the ubiquitous river coffee wealth around to send
i bed which makes up the great- daughters on a trip to France.
er part of the Jacmel road. Then The people in this area are also
remarkably light in complexion.
you take the high road to Tro- light in complexion.
in through Blackhaus, ver Pre Labat writing in 1700 men-
uiin, through Blackhaus, over
tioned that a large number of
I mountainous country. The road
affranchis dwelt in this area cul-
b is good, that is to say, thl-re are
ood engineering 'des 'curves tivating cocoa; and later history
and so forth, but the surfacing has it that some companies of
I: s nuch wo rn, and rough. Polish soldiers sent by Napoleon
-.; ut the view.of the town it- to capture Saint Domihgue,
.self is full recompense for a ha switched from swords to
arduous journey. Neatly arrang- ploughshares and had settled
ed substantial-looking maisonsr indown happily with wies from
S: white, rith'redr-ofs and gables; this area. In an case the farm-
a few are of wood like Swiss ing in the area is proof of a
: chalets in their proper moun- older, more developed tradition
tai. settings. Shaded by huge of agricultural husbandry, and
.tair settings. Shaded by huge
':. almonds and other handsome this is probably one explanation
S.-trees of the river plain, the town of the greater measure of pros-
is well ordered, a fine expression parity with which the district is
,of community ,sense a fit sub- blest. Everything in Bainet
.ject for local pride. Gravel seems a little better than else-
roads are smooth, and clean. where, and the good citizens of
".;'There' is a pretty church, and Bainet will feel that the appel-
i a neat dispensary. Within stores lion. *The Venus of Haiti, is
'.are assortments of the best im- rather fitting, indeed.
:: ..ported'goods ranging from Chin-
I: ese prints to Nuremburg :clocks. At Naval Academy
ThTs.quality of community de- In Venezuela
v'elopment, the evidences of. high Two Haitian students, awar-
S sta ri ardf of living, and greater dees of scholarships by.the Vene-
.';. skills and techniques abound all zuelan government arrived inr
.over the area. Fields are care- Maiquetia eatly this week to
"u 'tlly .fenced, tilled, terraced. follow courses at Military and
"' loa-Chene and, mahogany trees Naval academies. They are Al-
.me noticeable everywhere, evi- fred Gourdet who will study at
I:' dence of a long tradition of .en- -El Valle Military School and Ro-
.lightened' forestry policy. Ra- land Berthoumieux who will at-
ther curious are the coconut tend Maiquetia Naval School.


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MONDAY 14th SEPTEMBER 1953. THE SHIP WILL
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POSTER ART CONTEST

IS OPEN TO HAITIANS


Vivid examples of native Hai-
tian art will be judged in a pos-
ter contest to he sponsored Sep-
tember 5-30 throughout Haiti by
Pan American World Airways to
help promote tourist travel dur-
ing the Republic's 150th indepen-
dence anniversary in 1954.

The contest theme .Fly by
PAA to Haiti for the 150th Anni-
versary of The Republic, is
expected to result in hundreds of
spectacular posters in the bright
colours made famous by Haitian
artists.
A judging panel of Haitian of-
ficials, business and civic lead-
ers will be selected to award
prizes of 150 dollars to first
place and 100 dollars and 50 dol-
lars to second and third place
winners, respectively.


Any resident of Haiti. except
PAA employes or their families,
is eligible to submit entries,


the contestant.


Official entry blanks to be,


tached to each poster may
which may be done in any col- obtained from PAA agent c
our, and with any painting ma- fices throughout Haiti, or
trials. However, entries must PAA's Port au Prince or airpd
be 28 by 42 inches in size and offices.
must be the original work of
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BEATING OF PARAMOUNT
VAD ACTORS Sunday, September 6th at 3.30


Tuesday evening the actors
e' 'Societe Nationale d'.
*amatique* [SNAD], held
eating at their premises on I
ipois. Mr. Edouard Dupc
director and Administrator
e society,.drew up a.report
ie activvies pf the comp
hiring .the, i-st season and.
munced the pieces, perform
is of which will be put on If
Ftober to ,December: Oed
pi,,.. Creole adaptation
'anck Pouche, 'Le Dibli
rois Tetes-by Renaud and
Sir a.Samarcandej. by Dea
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Three Diplomats Answer

Two Questions About One Man

Le Nacions, the government SAID THE HAITIAN :
ier in the Dominican Repub- Wrote the Ambassador His Ex-
asked the accredited Ambas- cellency Albert Etheart: .The
ors in Ciudad Trurillo two firm and courageous position
'stions: 1.- What is your opin adopted by the Generalissimo
of Generalissimo Trujillo as Rafael Leonidas Trujllo Molina
ernationist? 2.- What- do in the fight against communism
L think of his suggestion for which is an essential preoccu
conference of the Foreign Min- pation of all leaders of Western
rs of the Americas with the democracy, could not fail to
of arresting communist in- attract on this high personality
ration? 'the attention of international
circles. My position as diploma-
STROY ROACHES, ANTS, tic representative does not per-
' all annoying insects about
mit me to formulate opinions on
Ir house. Use :


SAID THE CUBAN :

Said the Ambassador for Cuba,
His Excellency Miguel Xiques :
*There is,no man better marked
out to defend the liberty of
America and of the world than'
the Generalissimo and Doctor
Rafael Leonidas Molina, the Corn
mander in Chief of the Armed
Forces of the Republic. He
alone with his understanding,
his spirit of liberty; and his
worth, could offer a just and
solid resistance to the problems
of America. It would be a great
safeguard, if Trujillo attends the
meetings of ihe UN. I am sure
that there is no other man, and
I repeat this, who can better de-


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S ER-CHLORDANE minternatnaal afaitrs, without t .
SUPER-CHLORDANE fend the liberty of the American suitable to study any one, in It is reported that M. Joh
IResiuual Insect-Spray., learning the points of view of
R esiuual Insect Spray. a 5% the qua ep nta s of peoples. The' personality of particular, in the course of an William Smith, an' Americ
Contains 2% chlordane and 5% the qualified representatives of
Cntainas [ crane ana y oer ent Trujillo is, indeed, the one interview. However I wish to. poet and writer who was in H
S3)DT in a Varsol IEsso dry-clean my government.
flu'idl base. No oil spots or kero- which is the most manifest, not observe that the Genetalissimo ti last year with his writer wife
scene odor to contend with. Un- ar as may ve only in the Americas, but is best known, in my own coun-, Mrs. Barbara'Smith, will soo
contend withUn- However, as far as I may give
'"oubtedly the best'value in rest-
dudaouptedly the best value in resi- l say throughout the whole world, try, as a .remarkable and cour- publish in an important Amen
my personal opinion, I will say
.dual sprays on the market, pro- ageous adversary of intertation- can magazine some chapters 0
during an effective surface film that the struggle against com-
:-ducillng an effective surface film h without Just recently we saw how, th'e 'al communism, and for his work the novel of Magloire St. Au
S,' f r mnth munism -cannot triumph without ,
that wlllast se.ra months. President of the U.S.A. listened in favour of refugees, and espe- entitled, Available in 19 o d. .ans or gal- the Onion .of all democracies '. : ____
S' to the declaration of fhe Gen-: cially for his generous aid to '
-.Ion jugs t 500 ,a1nd' $3 respec- which respect human personal- .. wN vILEN
eralissimo on Indo China and the colony of So ua.. WEDNESDAY.A VIOLENT
t-tively. ity and the rights of citizens.
HAITI 'SEED STORE' then a few days after, his.pub- SQUALL'
G orand'Ra i, near lie declarations coincided \with The suggestion madqe b9 the The violent squall and show
SRuees Casernes, that of'the Dominican leader..'- Generalissimo to "Washington, er of'Wednesday afternoon up
Spdrtaii-Prince.. T' Sand Trial For The meeting of Foreign Min- that a hemisphere conference of rooted almond'trees on.te. Ca
Se' aling Eveiing Meal sisters, proposed by the geheral- Ministers be summoned to raise refour road.

,.TOPS E '.A L ,FrLiday evening at 8 all good. ... -' .... .
y' "' .. .' housewives .were preparing the n f first t in Haiti
1, '"W. n, evening meWl' for their families 9 f ,
and ever-loving husbands. At -
:: Cite ,Vincent Mirs. Junius Nor- '
Samil turned het back on pots of th ew ATLAS Baleries, H avy
.pois et, riz, page, Panane, 'and. .
plantain to argue a point on 'C (CHARGED AND DRY). Batteries whse
Fidelity of her :marl. Return- teealreenced
ing to resume her -frying and pl, iso1 ''C".an d "Whic. '
-'catch .er ,breath the dear lady 9 ail ilu sou IS 0 toibe a hle ,w 1 a:

almost died of strangulation ks .us
Scrook of surprise caught in beoreU s '
her throat." The eirening's meal .
li' 'disappeared irito'the night. w ic "
After lodging, her complaint at process W ichmel ian taes e roraionsun
S.,., S.,..: the CAf te incent police stations oMICBOPA STCa plates a b perglaess e .
H:. iih .T t Mine cNormil'assisted by patrol-gantua o/ a s'n O'
': Addi stman Cerisirh headsen ent onff A lio e V o' sin the duCrOVrn
'T A longer r is hrouh nthe new, e.
-'.Cal.ltg Mcie : ,to search the neighbourhood. "a a "n."- ".
r'15mn NICROPI.ASTIC. platesiandfibe.srglas ese~ ~
?- -they came across a Gargantua -r"
scene' Lying flat onthe ground 9 Ia ,
'th arms folded over a swollen
Stomach ith head resting on an A duration neVer obtained- since hediscv y"'
empty pot .was a vagabond who .
rwas obviously sleeping off a bate e: .
S royal dinner.
i mene. Normil identified the' '
pots and food remains and'An- Question those who used the new Allas at-
Sdre Antoine was carted off tod y u wile.
stand trial for larceny, although. 'r S d o'w'ill-be "convinced,
'"-:. ,'' he swore the food was a present '
:THE TIONAL CASH of a friend. Patrolman Madsen
S REGISTERCO. tol tthe lady ... .hard case if alat Sati n an a
L IAgent In Haiti: R Antoine had eaten all thereale a t
SPLOUIS DEC L & S would have been no evidence., r DiS ulorS.
P.O. Bot 59.
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issimo, to be held in Washing-
ton, would be very advantageous.
But, before this, it would be. ne-
cessary to 6arry through a great
campaign in the U.N. so that the
greatest success can be obtained.

SAID THE AMERICAN :

Wrote the U.S. Ambassador
William T. Pheiffer: 'The in-
numerable contributions furnish
ed by the Generalissimo Dr. Ra-
fel L. Trujillo Molina, to the
work of the UN, to the Pan Ame-
rican Union, and to its attached
agencies, are well known to all
who study international affairs.
His contributions cover so
large a field that it is hardly


an insuperable barrier a
communism is typical.of the
telligent interest, and of the i]
.tiative which he has alwa
shown in this domain.
I am sure that all opponent
of communism will applaud h
initiative. His warnings of tl
danger of communist infiltratic
will stand as a noted mark, ai
his suggestion .of international
action to proscribe communi
aggression will receive, #ro:
all lovers of Liberty in th
hemisphere, the attentive cons
deration which it merits.,

'ePARIAS, .TO BE
TRANSLATED TO ENGLISH




Y, SEPTEMBER 6th' HAITI SUN -


S ( HAITI SUNNY .PRESENTATION OF SPECIAL CIVIL
KIDDY -PHOTO CONTEST ? CREDENTIALS AT from the Department of Finance COURT OF APPEAL
Fronm September 13th NATIONAL PALACE and the Fiscal Department, au-
I. Any 'Haiti Sun. reader's child is eligible. thorization to inspect ships moor The Special ivil Cou
S.... ; '.. .. \ Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock ing at the Haitian ports with a -e. o or a P
2. Photos must measure at least 3 by 4 inches and be accom- oopeals of Port au Prine
a grand ceremony, took place in view of detecting resting-places ri
panied by name, age, date or birth of child and names and/ posed, during the month
the National Palace during which or larvae and destroying them. member, of e Joseph T
Address of parents [written on back of photo in ink or soft/ Nti MeJoseph T
penci. Haiti Sun cut-out coupon must be senis Excellency Professor Fran- It's a new step in its campaign sident of the Court of
pencil.].'Haiti' Suns cut-out coupon must, be sent with each$
entry. Photos should have been taen within the last sixcisco Guerra Morales; accom- against malaria and irffectious and judges. Colbert Bo
Sm s. panied by the Secretary of the fevers. and Charles Riboul
mon t-s. .- Sun Guatemalan Legation Mr. Ra- -:0:-- -:0:-
3. Photos-must be sent to: .Kiddy Contest., Haiti,Sun, Photo/ el A o Larraendo, pre-
fael Apuricio Larraendo, pre-
SContestP.O. Box 488. */. .
Contest 48. .sented to His Excellency Gen- -
I. The contest begins on September 13. al Paul E. Magloire President
eal Paul E. Magloire, President
i. The child should hot be over 5 years old. J
S., of the Republic,,the credentials
.Prizes of useful and attractive articles for children and par-j : ,1 Ui .
.. which accredit him as Envoy Ex- S.
ts are being offered by The Haiti Sun and business houses of i ad M str P -
r, ., traordinary and Minister Pleni- U
iti. These will be awarded at a time and place to be announced? -
Spotentiary of the Republic of I
;due course.
idue. course" '._ Guatemala to Haiti. P : .
'iThe Haiti Sun will publish in each Issue during the contest, -
otos of the entrants, selected at random. Pierre Liautaud, Secretary '
5* ATM. Pierre Liautaud, Secretary H
: The judges will consist of a grandparent and a parent of',
of State for Foreign Affairs, M.
other sex; aLpediatrician, a photographer, and the editor of the, o "tf o
t si. t Dticasse Jumelle, Secretary of
ti Sn .. ,' State for the, Interior, .AL Mau-
Photos wif be judged on the basis of'the personality of the Mau-
-d and. t. quality of he p clair Zephirin, Secretary of State _
ld and.- the quality of the photo. .or g
.. ; "to the Presidency, M. Georges
SWatch For Prize Announcement. 'Cauvin, Secretary of State for
Send Your Child's Photo Now! Public Works;' M. Daniel Heur-
,' CUT THIS OUT""! telou, Sec'retary of State -for
I* UHAITI SIN Commerce and Agriculture, M.
S"R oger Dorsinville, Secretary of
-KIDDY PHOTO CONTEST ? State for Labour ..and Public '
ait 'Sun, 'P.O. Bbx 488 MS
aiti[ P.o. Bbx '8 Health, Senator Charles Pom- .
I: Please enter this photo in the -Kiddy Contests in o the Senuate,
bran, President of the-Senate,
".' Na]ia ......................................,.............. Me Joseph N. Pierre-Louis, Pre-
M. Joseph N. Pierre-Louis., Pre- L."
CtiiC's Name ............... ........................... ident of the'Court ofCassatiori, SERVING HiALTI FOR M: E THAN TTRIY
o t., .te'0f irA "HA'I "' ..... "
Date ofbirth:...................................... ......Deputy Adelphin Telson, Presi- ,-----.- ,
., Address ...... .............................. dent of the Chamber of Depu- A FT R V E RY
........ dent of the Chamber of Depu- nr n EV E Y.-' w
rizes. yJoseph NadaL 'Co.-. GTberrs nfat'ood,Caria-' .ties, Brigadier Antoine Levelt,
bn Milk, Camay Beauty Soap. Haiti Trading Co., Grant's. -
-Chief of Staff of the Haitian
c-tch; WhiSkey, ba tBelld Creole, and Canapd Vert. ,
..Army, M. Sorel prouinaud, COief
of Protocol ad interim and M. ,tli
L Le iiaeilleur des pneus g6antst' Roger Savain, Introductor of Am- .. 0
S' bassadors, were in attendance.

Mn ler RIB ,
To Inspect Ships -
Le pneu qui vosa dornnedes .g
.airantages inesp6r6s sans d6- Callig Here
pense supptetentairel
Une march stable et douce ... ,
moins de risques de derapage The WHO -. World Health
d'e nue ingale e Organization has solicited
'"a r6sum- le kiloiietrage le plus
dleyv au prix le plus bas.





SDans le monde-
entier on trane-
porte plus de JI SOT DREAM
tounage sur.
pne9s .Good- 'i'BUrAI Fl ',
year que sur E-~..
pneus de toute Pr
autre marque,
U AUTE ECONOMICE DUD A GOODY AR:
i-Miler "All Weather" possede la fameuse d'MOaAiQUs o
e de. roulement "All Weather" de renom-
mondiale qul assure 'ine resistance au EMIL 6
page et tine traction exceptionnelles sur ofe liKES
I m sols. TEL: 5/20 77/5jd .-
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER


* U.S. GOVERNMENT
S. SUBSPIZES ccTIME)
AND OTHERS


The U.S. Congress voted 210
million dollars to subsidize Ame
rican newspapers not to in-
fluence their policy in favour of
the government, but in order
That they might maintain their
Superior world standing as mod-
ern journals. Apparently, *Time
I Magazine *touches. 6 million dol
S lars-a.year, and the ,New York
Times', 8 million.


source of the affluence of Ame-
rican newspapers was sent to
Haiti by the Nouvelliste's pro-
prietor and permanent New
York Correspondent, Ernest
Chauvet. Mr. Chauvet hinted
broadly that the Haitian Press
would escape from its amiteuse,
[shabby] situation, if such a bene
ficient system could be initiat-
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Y, SEPTEMBER 6th.


tHAITI SUN)


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5-Member Japanese Trade

Mission Visiting Haiti

re-member Japaniese trade respondent of 'Sangyo-Keizai,,


on arrived in Port-au-Prince
-Kingston, Jamaica, on Wed
ay afternoon. Welcomed at
airport by well-kown busi-
aan Victor, Mansour and his-
tant Lic. Coutard, the mem-
;.of the...Sioh. est.b-
,,their 'hed&uarters at the
did Hotel.'
i. mission is composed of
oUovowiig. personalities from
:' .essrs. E. WVatanabe,
liof'the mission, S.- Onoda,
sa ,Kobayashi, T. Nishizawa
S Utsumi; -
'an interview at the airport,
menberS of the mission ex-
ted that .the:.ain.'bf their
;,is to Situdy .the possibilities
$ developing trade' between
in and .Haiti and to examine
farketitag facilities.
le-head of the, mission, Mr.
Vatanabe, is Manager of the
toh! &,'Cp. Ltd.', one 'of the
est-' exportt companies, 0f
1 '
S. Onoda, Chief of':the Sec-
Of 'enteral.Affairs of the
itute f6r Foreign Trade of
A' "'. s.'. ,.i.* ..
a,; ls'''W:,t.epresentatkve: of
eectie ofOsaka. :.
Jifa:'"ob.aya.hi i.. s.or-


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PLANTERS!
ise your-?yields of sugp
d a, crops by'employi.
oon,- higlh-nalysis pell
co miltely water-solul
,S:; :6 e 'bag of Math
: worth several bags
y grade fertilizer.
&athieson's Ammo-Phos-J
12., now onb sale at
ibibs.. somewhat. lower
.,
t lots] at

IAITI. SEED STORE
' Grand'Rtle, near
.Rue, des Casernes,
' Port-au-Prince.


for Foreign Affairs, and the
Chamber of Commerce. The
same evening they were shown
around the capital by M. Victor
Mansour.


the organ of Osaka's industrial


and economic press; he is also MAGAZINE 'DESPERTAD.
the chief of Research in the la- AND OUR CITADEL
boratory section of the 'Ku- Under this title Haiti Jour-
reha Spinning Co. Ltd.*, makers hal., in its Wednesday, Septem-
of tissues. M. Kobayashi is a ber 2nd issue, published the fol-
great lover of literature and ex- lowing story : The American
pressed his desire to contact magazine ,Despertad. editdd
some Haitian poets and journal- monthly in New York, the di-
ists during his stay in.Haiti. rectqr of which is N. H. Knorr,
M. T. Nishizawa is president has just published a -wicked*
*of the *Nishizawa Sewing Ma- article against the Citadel built
chine Ind. Co. Ltd.,,' Japan's by the will of King Henri Chris-
greatest :sewing machine fac-. tophe.
tory. t. o the writer, Christophe was
a blood-thirsty and unscrupul-
M. S. Utsumi, is the Director. The building of
ous monarch. The building of
of the an important commercial firm
devil-posesssed genius. The ar-
exporting all items, specially tide entitled 'Citadel of a Negro
sewing machines aand clpths. Kings ,contains passages not
The visiting Japanese mission
.complimentary to ourt country
was very optimistic abbut com-,
was veryJ optimistic about com-, and its history. Full of biblical
mercial exchanges between Hai-
quotations 'Citadel of a Negro
t. and Japan and pointed out is written by one of those
Kithat Japta vou d fin an ilt.e
that Japa goull find an outlet. worthy descendants of the cru-
for its products ,in Haiti and sades, knights Who dreamedof
buy here cops of prime Import- delivering the tomb of Christ.
ance which it needs. To the author, Christophe, .in

Thursday inorning the mem- building the Citadel, meant to
bers of the trade mission paid a scorn the Almighty Being.
visit to the Secretaty bf State
.... .. ,.. -..- .. -- .- 1 -, ; .- .-, .- .- .


WASN'T AUGUST WAR '!

Last month city folks felt as go back to
limp as their shirt. collars, and such weath
fled todFurcy from the sweltering age daily'n
heat of Port au Prince. ,- grees.
The high winds, and the dry Statistics
soil caused peasants to fear for below :
their harvests.. The faces of of-
ficials at the. Hydraulic Service
a fell, as the-level of water in re- Max.
ng
ng.servoirs dropped. For, every Min.
et-
ble month of this year rainfall has Average
ie- been belbi' expectations, and in- Relative hi
of stead of the 8-month rainfall to- Sun
tal of 883 milimeters expected in Rainfall
Ko Port au Prince, the total so far
$9 1
h9as only been 506 millimeters.
in
S The hurricane barometer was Max.
happily set at fair, but the ther- Min.
mometer kept high. Daily maxi- Average
Relative hu
mum was 35.5 degrees, touching Re h
a peak on Wednesday, August Sun
11, of 37.4 degrees. You have to Rain


August 1919 to find
er, and then the aver-
aaximum was 35.4 de-


for comparison are

1919


umid


180 CAMIONNETTES
ON THE PORT AU PRINCE -
CARREFOUR ROAD


According to sources of good
authority 180 camionnetes are
on the Carrefour Port au Prince
road. Perhaps too many.
-


CARL HENRI DECATREL
VICE CONSUL OF PANAlMA

Young Carl Henri Decatrel. soi
of Mr. Louis Decatrel, Minigter....'
Plenipotentiary of Haiti to Pm- .,
ama, has just been appointed -:'
Vice Consul of Panama in Port- '"
au-Prince by the' Panamanian. '
government.
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THE PRIZE OF THE
FRENCH ALLIANCE


The Prize of the French Al-
liance will be awarded in Janu-
ary, 1954 after the contest which
will be held to celebrate the
150th Anniversary of the Inde-
pendence of Haiti. Manuscripts
must be handed to the General
Secretary of the Alliance before
October.


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WHITHER OUR NATIONAL SPORT?


A few weeks ago we reported that betting figures were 7 to
S5 in favour of the Football Federation against the Rebels. But
this is no longer the time to be frivolous. Our national honour
is at stake.

S. We do not concern ourselves with the details of the disputes
-.'and of the accusations hurled back and forth in the internecine
., strife. We have' gathered these main facts : that a section of
' football clubs have grievances against a few senior Federation
i'. officials; that these grudges have been intensified by inter-club
; rivalry, and by the indirect bid of certain groups for power in
. the Federation; that the opposition groups, though they have
Collared mosf of the best players, have not quite succeeded in
legitimatelyy overthrowing the present committee which is by
I: the rules, given three full years of office.
S We'uould have been content to give the footballers, and the
z:. extremist folks who made up the body of non-playing football-
.ers, all the time they want to settle their problems harmonious-
ly, and to Wash their linen privately without disturbing the pub-
lic. ,

:'
But the affair becomes an urgent, public matter when we
i discover that HAITI MAT1, NOT BE ABLE TO FIELD A TEAM-
.,.TO PLAY THE U.S. IN THE WORLD TOURNAMENT IN NEWIV
SYORK. Our national honour is at stake, yet we are dismayed to
'f 'j!-nd that only a fete of the selectees turned up for practice under
Sthe national coach. Another set was practicing privately under
... theirown aegis, but spurned any suggestion of unity, even for
t the 'sake of the'sport.
S There nust be a reconcilement to this football discord and
qu. quickly It will call for unselfishness, humility, and willingness
Sto compromise on. the part of a number of persons, and of great
!' sportsmanship -on the part of all. But if necessary the govern-
*' m'Wt must take a- hand, to sclec'and send a national team to de-
.: fend the nation's honour on Ai,:lday. September 27.
t, .,-.


: Ed: Note
v'-To Mr. Anonymous and Mr. No
.,. Name:
Dear Mr. Anon:
S',~Wq wPould like to publish your
'letter. We admit that the habit
o' f ': int, j. rnals. of publishing
Srqng .'personal attacks on peoplee
:who displease' them is puerile,
.1' and"'s iou suggest, it would be
:. -:icr, fo. 'telephone. And we
thinkk that 'Le Nationalh realists
" :that, hey were the dopes who
S''Inadb a wind mill into a giant.
S: But, we stick to our policy of
-never publishing letters that are
2 ounlsigned. That goes too for Mr.







S.CIUDAD TR

,".SAN JUAN,




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- or is it Miss No Name of
Ganida who wrote that unkind
letter about 'Haiti Sun, column-
ist Roselly Miller.


Dear Beriard:
I suggest as the next Person-
ality of the Week, the contro-
versial figure of Leopold Pin-
chinat,,Editor of 'Le National.,
If you don't deserve it, he does.
Henri.


Ed note: Agreed; we will
call on him, when his temper
cools.


The Masonic New
751 Minnesota
Kansas City,
Sunday, August :
Mr. Bernard Diederich
Editor .Haiti Sun.
Port-au-Prince, Haiti


Page If crlA
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Letter From The Publisher


vs-Digest
Avenue,
Kansas.
30, 1953.


Kansas, F. L. Schlagle, has vis- ly on our stay in Haiti,
ited Haiti at this time on an air Yours truly,
tour, and a teacher from Kansas John F. DORMOIS,
'


For Distinguished Beauty and Unparalleled
Accuracy AlWays Choose


:


Dear Sir :
During this year I have been
receiving your paper, -Haiti
Sun, from my friend, Major
Louis Roumain, 83 Ave. John
Brown, Port au Prince. I firsj
became acquainted with Major
Roumain through'amateur radio,
my call being WQGDH and his
HH2LR. During 1949'and 1950
Major Roumain was stationed at
the Allied Command and Gen-
eral Staff School at Fort Leaven-
worth, Kansas, and during that
period he.visited my home many
times, returning to Haiti in Au-
gust of 1950. Since that time
we have exchanged numerous let
ters with Major Roumain insist-
ing that we visit his home. This
we intend to o in January of
1954, and we are looking forward
to an enjoyable visit in Haiti. I,
mny wife, Esther, and two chil-
dren, Nancy age 12, and John
Carl, age S, comprise our ftlnily.
W\e rave enjoyed very much
:.our newspaper -H::iti Sun. It
is well edited and gives English
readers a good account of the
happenings in Haiti. We have
also been interested because we
are in much the same business.
I ant my father are both lino-
type operators and operate a
weekly Masonic newspaper of 8
pages.published in Kansas City
Kansas; and also have a type-
settinq business serving about
thirty printers who have no lino
type machines. We have 5 In-
tertype machines with 65 maga-
ines of matrixes, and a Ludlow
machine with about'the same


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number of larger size faces of
type. We have no presses and
do no printing. Our paper is
printed by one of our typesetting
customers on a Goss Duplex
press as'I believe your paper is
also.
Through the columns of your
paper we have been able to
contact several people in Kan-
sas City who have been in Haiti
recently. A Mrs. Helen McCord
of Kansas City, Missouri, has
been contacted by my wife and
was given much information on
Haiti. Also there was mention
of the Nuevo' Dominicano'
being in Port au Prince with
members of a Teachers Conven-
tion aboard. Through'this lead
we found that the Superinten-
dent of Schools of Kansas'City,


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City, Missouri, 'had been' on
Nuevo Dominicano.p These
pie liked Haiti very much
would liked to have..hadm
time there.
I also take the copies bf y
paper to General H6spital N
of kansas City, Missouri, whe
there are six doctor inter
froni Haiti and one from Do'
nican Republic.
We are looking forward w
enthusiasm to our trip of m
ing Major Roumain and
family of meeting oth
radio amateurs of Haiti
other islands of know
more your beautiful country at
its people but petwedn no
and January there is much wot
to do !
Hoping to meet you nperonn


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Last evening there was a
dnd reception 'at. the Solages
.azar Royal] residence in Pe-
ipville to celebrate the engage-
ent of 4oyery Raymonde Sola-
i to :Nessim Mourra.
S' :-
Maxeaiu Fombrun is back from
Imerry. vacation that included
isttoCjiba, Mexico and Miami.


r.. and Mrs. Fortune Bogat
r :on Lenrie are expected
pe from -their European tour
a .the S'.S. Colombie Mon-
1 b.
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t Hotel Calibe in Bourdon
%dedsiay, Mle Nely Mevs and
ky~ ond aeispricq became man
S.wife. Following the citil
S .dg a reception took pl4ce'
tiAe couple 'drove to the cool
i -.:oof-' Kenscoff hioney-
odniing.

!, ', ..
Marie": Maid' -Herauxt- became
igaged last week to Edouard
a1
enupu of Cap "laitiei.
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Ghislaine Telemaque went to
ew York Thursday.
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Ginette Sendral and mother,
[rs. Paret, arrived back Wed-
qsday from their month tour of
1e Caribbean area.


' -:0:-.
ruesday. Mle Raymonde Es-
ie returned to Study beauty
on technique' in Kingston,
naica.
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T[here .was a' grand banquet
SFAO expert Pierre Savain
the, Aux Cosaques last Satur-
y. Speeches were made by un-
SSecretary Claude Preval and
orges C. Bouchereau. The
e was attended by many of


his compatriots of the soil.
Pietre, who has worked for the
FAO in China, is now helping
Ethiopia with her coffee crop.
He will leave this weekend.
-:0:-
Mr. Christian Aime, Director
of the National Bank of the Re-
public of Haiti, arrived home in
Port yesterday with son Jean
Claude.
Chez Raymond Roy was en
.fetes Wednesday evening. Belle.
of the ball was Mile Marie Flor-
ende Roy who is returning to
France ,bienrt6t to continue her
studies of the arts.


-:0--
Rudy Baboun returned to col-
lege in the States Thursday.
--:.0:--

En'gaged are lovely Jacqueline,
Najac, daughter of Mr. Elle 0.
Najac, and .Morel Staoco of Cap
Haitien.

-:0:--
Max Duvivier .an'd Raymond
Flambert visited the city of In-
dependence ,Frida3 on business:
they were impressed.


Engineer Luc Chancy is sail-
ing aboard the Panama Line for
New York next weekend.
-:0:-
Bill Purdy and wife and their
two children are leaving for Pan-
ama and a new assignment this
week. Bill who has been here
for three years will join his old
pal Va'nce Rogers in Panama but
will leave behind his well-cared
.for flowers and plants at their
Haitian home in Desprez.
-:0:-
Jeanne Brousse ,all charm, left
by PAA Tuesday for Miami, New
York, Kansas i City and Europe.
Jeanne will visit her. folks in
Paris and attend the Asta Con-
rn.a.... Ronom nn hhnalf of the


7Villa Creole hotel and th
turn here via Mexico.


Machinery importer C
Fequiere left Saturday or
ness and to visit with his


hen re-



harles
n busi-
daugh-


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REG.TRADE MARK j amou, ini


ter at College in the States. Son
Claude is presently vacationing
here from College in Rochester,
New York.
-:0:-
Raymond Etienne -back from
studying chemistry [toxicology]
in the States welcomed the arri-
val of his new Chevvy this week.
Raymond will walk up the aisle
this month with Marlene Roy.
-:0:-
Alfred Small, Lord Nuffield's
right hand man in Haiti, cele-
brated his birthday at home in
Deprez,Monday evening with a
classical bamboche.


-:0:-
Oil and soap manufacturer
Axel Madsen offered a buffet
supper Wednesday evening to vis
iting personalities at his lovely
residence in Pacot.
-.0:-
Miles Therese and Gloria
Noustas are returning to resume
their studies in New Yqrk this
weekend. The two charming
young ladies gave a agood-bye
party at their home on Avenue
du Chili Thursday night.
-.0:--
.Rubbler technologist George
Vandenberg has resigned his po-
sition with Scipa and is shortly
to return to the U.S. with his
wife.
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Colonel Roger Villedrouin has
returned to his post in Washing-
ton after two weeks vacation in
Port.
--.0:--


Saturday afternoon Mile Re-
gine Boucard celebrated her sec-
ond birthday with a reception.
at her home in Pacot for her
young friends.


TRAVELLING
Marie Edith Benjamin and sis-
ter Huguette are leaving for St.
Louis, Missouri, to study busi-
ness administration and nursing.
Jacques Thebaud went to New
York on the 4th.
Felipe Sanchez clippered to
Mexico Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dejean
flew to the States yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jaeger left
on the same plane.
Mile Huguette Lew flew to
Kingston, this week to study
accounting, dactylographjy and
stenography.
Rdbert Leys went to ,New
York yesterday.
Serge Rigaud is clippering to
the States today..
Jean Villedrouin is going to.
New York tomorrow.
Mile Ilda Lozier, nurse of the
World Health Organisation, left
this week for. the U.S.
Guy Sansaricq is New York
bound today.
Wednesday Senator Rene Roy
and Mr. Eric Tippenhauer flew
to the U.S.
Claude Etienne flew to New
York Tuesday. ,
Mr.-and Mrs. Byron Coroneos,
and sons Ralph and Clyde clip-
pered to the States Tuesday.
Serge Pressoir went to CiOdad
Trujillo Tuesday.
There was a diner dansant at
Joseph Npdal Tuesday evening
for departing Jean-Claude.


Lonnie Southerland is over
from C. T. .visiting.


Be
of tl
sian


-:0:- the
Mr. Felix Dejean, Manager of ed.
the Tourist Section of the prep
Agence Citadelle, flew to Chi- Jacq
cago via Chicago & Southern gove
Airlines last Sunday on a publi- ana.
city trip. He will proceed next
to New York. W


-:0:-
Mgr Collignon, Les Cayes bi-
shop, is due here next week
from an extended trip abroad.
He will be accompanied by Rev.
Fathers Letarte, Bedard and
Jacques.
-:0:-
Mrs. Robert Deschamps is re-
covering from an illness at Asile
Francais.


Fred
the
will
folio
Univ


-:0:-
ess1 Vaughan, head librarian
he city of Shreveport, Loui-
a, spent two weeks here at
Villa Creole and was inspir-
Bess, a writer, is at present,
aring a book on the life of
ues Philippe Villere, second
rrnor of the State of Louisi-


-:0:--
HO scholarship winner M.
leric Denize, apothecary of
Department of Public.Health
leave soon for Canada to
w courses of biology at' the
'ersity of Montreal.


-:0:-
Raymond Raines, district man-
ager of the Firestone for the Ca-
ribbean, spent two days in Port
this week.
-:0:-


Mme Fortunat Andre Guery,
flew to Paraguay Wednesday as
delegate of Haiti to the Ninth
Assembly of the Inter American
Women Commission opening in
Asuncion, Paraguay, on Septem-
ber 5th.


Visiting Englishmen at. the
Villa Creole this week include .;
Mr. Plews of Reckitt and Col-'":|j
man, Mr. Peter Barker, and Mr.
Chavasse of Unilever, producers..
of Lux soap. 4
-:0:- *
Barbancourt sales dropped this
week: M/Sgt. Robert Willett lleft
Tuesday. .'
': -" .. ;
Mr. Necker Ddables, ouig.
Haftian student leaves .this.Wi, k
for Mexico where he will be ift-"i:
tending the Quaker International -.
Work Cafip at Mexico-City. .
Winner of a scholarship giVtn
by the Society of Friends, Ph llp-,
,delphia, Mr. Dessables will stddJ+y
Work 'Camp organizations a d- '"i!
techiiique for a year .
Mr. Dessables wa one- f T'he
mdst active, Haitian members. 'f
the International Chantier at LY fond, last year.
-:0:-
Two of the loveliest.and live-
liest visitors to our Republic':.
this season, Miles Nancy and
Jeanrie Scala, regretfully- -eli'p-;:v:
pered home to Gaybrook Farms, ,
New York Friday afternoon;'
Daughters of a prominent New'--
York physician, the girls were :,
guests of Senator Dejoie and-,"
family in Pacot. They visited '
the Dejoie industrial Works 'in ,
the country and studied earnebt- ..
ly the Republic, its. people, cus-
toms and language. '-hey'll be -:
back.
Mile Patricia Laflin is clippqr-
ing to work in Miami today ,af
ter an extended vacation here
with friend Marie Jose'Gentil.


Mr. and Mrs. Pierro, Bau sn.
have named their twidl'girls
born Tuesday, August.25th, Mar-.:;':.
tine and Alice.
-:0:-
The stork arrived a little over-:
due at Pierrot Roy household in' -
Petionville Monday. It's a boy ..i:
and has been named Ludwig.
Mrs. Rene Jeanty who flew up ..
from Buenos Aires for Ludwig's ;l
arrival was. heard tip sigh with ..
relief.' Now little Ingrid-has a.;.
brother. : -i
-!0:-

Born to Dr. and Mrs. William
Wilson in Melbourne, Australia,
a 8 pound 7 ounce boy, christen- .
ed William Michael. For. the
first' time the Beachcomber an. i
uncle.
-:0:- I
The stork paid a visit to the
Tamas St. Germain household .
last week and delivered Pierre i
Richard, a health. hnhy boy.
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IT HAPPENED AT
COTES-DE-FER
Last week when the foretlnjn
of a field gang refused to share
a bottle of liquor with his men,
until they had completed the
,:J, one indignantly dre'.v up,


slashed the foreman's arm with OU ELLES DU CAP
a machette, seized the bottle, and
rlrnnl rladnnlvr


urarLK ueepiy.
The arm was completely sev-
ered below the elbow, and first,
aid in the form of bush leaves,
nw:s promptly applied.


.......- -...': .
:. o Mr. Djeke- Ginrninig, the sympathique Dutch manager of the
Curacao adding Company in the Cap these past four years, be-
i,.'. "ieves.4 hat commerce must march hand -in hand With the gov-
". ernmenvs miodernisation Sche*ne. Mr. Gunning who has com-
pletely, .rei Lled his store, is seen at right handing first prize,
;' a beautiful PK.iH s radio, on, the opening eve to Mr. Nelson Bell
P t Fils, Director 'of t4e ne-wpaper La Montee... Second pri4 was
:,:: a.Philishave Ele~tric Razor, Third a Philips iron. The general
manager of Curacao Trading Co. in Haiti, Mr. Dick Leegstra, is
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Jean Eddy of the U.S. Em-
bassy and. Aggie Vincent of the
Savoy are visitors of note in Cap
Haitien this weekend. They're
stopping at Mont Joli and En-
gineer Pete Wells is royally en-
tertaining.
Dean of the Law Faculty and
Mrs. Sylvain are visiting in the
metropolis of the North.
Lieut. Jacques Laroche of
the Criminal Research Bureau
revisited Le Cap Wednesday
with Alix Fombrun. Jacques did
a tour of duty in the Cap several
years back, and liked it he's
amazed at the change.
Dadou Sendral, Karl Siegel
and Raymond .Moise were up
north on a business trip this
week. Don't know how much
business was done there was
plenty of fiesta. John and Mrs.
Laroche opened their home
Thursday evening in true Ca-
pois style for visiting Port au
Princiend.
Head butting is a new sport
recently introduced to le Cap.


.ON THE ROOF OF HAITI
MACAYA SCALED
On August 25, for the first
time in years, Mt. Macaya in the
South East [lying in the middle
of a line between Jeremie and
Les Cayes], was scaled byomoun-
taineers.
The threb hardy climbers were
Pbre Victor Gousse, Mr. Henry
'Noailles, hand Mr. John Street,1
professor at the Jniversity of
California. They reached the
2,320-meter summit after cutting
their way through vines up the
wet, slippery, steep, mountain-
side. Footing was treacherous
over the carpet of fallen logs and


pine needles, wiich oftei e
ed crevasses, in the rocky'said
The great reward for the
was a magnificent view of,
virgin forest area, where t
ferns grow twenty to thirty ,
high.

MURDER rN ROCHE PLA,
There was sensation -in Rj
Plate; in Trou du Nb:rd,-:,"
police found Arnmets Josep
the highrohd, murdered.'
The victim had been bleed
from the nose, aid the body i
covered -with conttiions.
'corpse was buried.' Nine pers
have-since been arrested.


DANIEL THEARD'S
SECOND OPERATION
Daniel Theard, former chief of Mr. Gunnning opened the new store, in gala .Soial, style )Prit
Protocol, recently underwent a week before the inauguration of Le Cap rentedd by. the Pr
second operation at Johns Hop- dent. This shop postt the first big display asdow in the C
kins. Hospital, Baltimore. beautifully lighted at night .- -


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M BORNE CARP
Continued from Page 1
The carp .had doubled in size,
ring the last ten days. Ma-
une Magloire couldn't believe
hat this. t;''l-, developed breed
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had no scales so she touched
them to make sure. 'This is
good for the housewife., she
said, examining the plump fish,
which have little bone and ten-
der meat.
[In a few months the Presi-
dent will be given some of the
carp for his fish pond, near Ra-
dio Commerce].
The 24 carp were brought in
special oxygenated aluminium
containers from Tel Aviv to Ha-
vana via Amsterdam in the long-
est air trip made by any fish.
They had done 60 air hours
when Mr. Tal brought them
here from Cuba.
Tragic Shooting
Of Schoolboy
In Furcy Sunday
Continued from Page 1
awvay from the scene into the
house. Alain died instantly, but
the awful news was gently brok-
en to his brother much later.
We extend our ',deepest sym-
-pathy to the bereaved Naude
family, and particularly to the
,anguished young Cedric, who
we hope will get over the grim
shock of that Sunday morning
accident.


VIV (Very Important
Visitor)


Very important visitor, Unes-
co's Mr. Malcolm Adiseshah, will
be coming to Haiti on Saturday
the 19th, and will remain until
the 22nd for talks with the gov-
ernmentt.of the Republic.
Mr. Adiseshah, a native of In-
dia, educated in England, holds
the post of Director of Technical
Assistance, Unesco.
MORE ABOUT MILK-


CARE, the international or-
ganisation, can send us up to 33
.million tons of powdered milk if
Haiti could provide the trans-
port. This organisation has im-
mense surplus stores of milk,
which they are anxious to prc-
vide for needy children in all
parts of the world.

FOR RENT
Newly built villa at Morne
Hercule, Petionville:3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, living-room, etc.
Call at Marabout de Mon Coeur,
10, rue Louverture, Petionville.
Tel. 7333.


SUGAR CONFERENCE
EXTENDED


The World Sugar Conference
opened in London at the end of
Jtly has prolonged its sessions.
The Haitian government has al-
located 4,500 gourdes to the Hai-
tian delegation to cover expenses
due to the prolongation of the
conference.


Gun Fire At Dereix


A gay dance turned out badly
at Hotel Dereix in Kenscoff last
Sunday when guns were drawn
in the ball-room and cops in the
neighbourhood filled the air
with gunfire. No one, apparent-
ly, got hurt.

RACING CLUB TO PLAY
TOURNAMENT IN SOUTH


It is reported that the foot-
ball team Racing Club Haitien
has been invited to play a three-
match tournament in Les Cayes.
SDuring their 5-day stay in the
metropolis of the south the play-
ers of the Racing Club will be
guests of Senator Louis Dejoie.

HOTEL OWNERS MEET


Raise Imported Shoe Taxes

To Boost Local Industry


-With a view to boosting the
national shoe industry the Chain
her of Deputies had decided to
raise taxes on imported shoes.
Native shoemakers highly appre
ciate this as an opportunity to
revive their waning trade. This
aspect of the case changed -when
the Chamber of Deputies agreed
to abolish taxds on imported
tannery and shoemaking items.
As a consequence of the law


the importers will soon .sell off
their stocks, and profiting by the
exemption of duties on shoemak-
ing items, will invest capital in .r
the new trade, which will en-
able them to build factsies and.
make cheaper.shoe. Nowa new.
problem arises: Natde'shoemak-
ers fear competition from the;
new combinations of capital and.
technique.
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The Committee of the Hotel
Owners Association met last
Thursday evening to draft laws
and by-laws. Next meeting of
the full Association will be this
week when certain important
matters of the Hotel Industry
will be discussed in the General
Assembly.


uWHO WAS AUDUBON?J


Less than two weeks away is
the closing date for the Audu-
bon Essay competition. A prize
given by Alfred de Matteis Fils,
distributors of the famous Audu
bon oil paint, goes to the winner
of the best 200-word essay on
.Who was Audubon?I Send in
entries to .Haiti Sun. editorial
office on Avenue Marie Jeanne,
on the Exposition, or P.O. Pox
483.


A GESTURE
Fast becoming habit forming
is the gesture Sacre Coeur
S. pour rien.'


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Son-Siop Air Service
To Havana Opens
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by local director Robert
and local agents Joseph at
bert NadqJ. This is the
S non-stop service between
S u-Prince and Havana. Pre
ly travellers had to go vi7
Saica or to change to-a
plane at Carnaguey.
The Delta-C & S luxury
.. stellation flight presently
j, ing Haiti from New Orleai
ped yesterday j Havana
.resulL of recent negotiation
i. tween the Cuban over
and the United States. The
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issuing Jean-Claude Nodal the
first ticket sold i*z Port au Prince
for the new Delta-C&S Constel-
lation Flight Port .au Prince -
Havana. Jeari-Claude is en route
to New York and Montreal via
Cu-ba where he will make direct
connection at Havana with LAV's
non-stop Havana New York.
Jean-Claude is a student at the
Brdbeuf College in Montreal.


At left:- Addressing pressmen
Messrs. Joseph and Robert Na-
dal, General Agents for Delta -
C&S and Ar. Robert L. Webb,
Special Representative Delta -
C&s.


Flight 505, originated in Mem-
phis at 7.00 a.m. [CST] Satur-
day, left New Orleans at 9.30
a.m. [CST], and arrived -in Ha-
vana at 1.15 p.m. p.m. [EST].
Arrival time in Port au Prince
was 4.34 p.m. with departure for
Ciudad Trujillo at 5.05 and arri-
val in San Juan at 8.25 p.m.
[AST].
Returning today, the Delta-
C & S flight 504 arrives in Port
au Prince from San Juan and Ciu
dad Trujillo at 9.00 a.m., and
leaves at 9.30 a.m. for'Havana,
arriving there at 12.19 p.m. The
flight continues to New Orleans,
arriving at 2.37 p.m. [CST] and
to Memphis, arriving at 5.30 p.m.
[CST]; St. Louis, arriving at
8.02 p.m.; and Chicago, arriving
at 9.30 p.m. [CST],
The Delta-C & S Constellation
flight 504 provides connections
in New Orleans for four-engine
DC-C service to Dallas, Fort
Worth and the West Coast. This
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