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 Material Information
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."
 Record Information
Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00197

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I:VDDAY SEPTEMBER 20th g .AITI SUMPNJ F :" "' ,


-'I : ace the. President was .not- " T" ".
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og ive arbi : there --and this time were 7re Bck From Study In r
ieD l aijo P lititilS o PreSidet ceived by' the "PresidenS t'- One. 6f.1he first to.board the 'an'd .(ih iplt6me :de 'l t
: vate Secretary. Capt. Pean, .who 'Colombie when it docked'?Mon- togeth awith high praists firo
.Continued from Page 1 'were,: Victor Auguste, Presi- received the letter and.petition. day. afternoon wad. Mr.. Lesie.' .his.proTesso-rs. ,..
,E,. f-debt of the. Regiohal C'mmiiftee; > In their open truck they stat-. Manigat. He was on- hand to.' .tr. .Marilgat.'wl.: enter' ie.
ed by Victor Auguste, presi-. Octavius Pierre, goldsmihnd ed d on. the journey; hom e at ,11 greet his fiancee, the. beautiful diplomatic servt ceo.f aliti "it ;<
So the regional committee,' postal. aget;. :Lu Lafond,' culti- in order lo avoid, ever ing raii s, I.ss karie-Lucy Charicy, return frbm nekt ia.th. .,Weddtn- .beBi. .
I accompanied by 4 Gabriel vator; Chartable Cyprien, coun- and to get back.quickly to .work. ed from Paris where she- obh will ring ,soon, '....
D-Francois, the'director bf seller of.'the'. regional commit- on'their farms. tained her. licencees-lettres. Mr. -- '.
iarbial project,, they called' tee;- Hefvetius Dagrin', cultiva-- Manigat himself had' jist the
iee .Palace on friday morn- .tor .and treasurer of- the Re- TRAE,LLING week previously. returned b
':.The President was' not gional: Comittee; Sainristil St. air from France after 5 brilliant:
... 'Thursday.Roger .and D enitye
Sso' arrangements 'wete Jean; leader of the -Stilo Sta- .Trday Rog ane of.stud at -the Sorbonne
eear oal.tatas-tiriva r tion'.-,.
'Lanoix went to Havania. 'd a
to ball at his "rivaJte resitio arin. 'ed atidat the't Institut des Etudes
a Jacques Clbrmont arri 9ed
d, Li Bouiile- the' p-t'day. .-, e
ui. ,a;-.thepe:int'da te e P.S.: TJey "'id ,o,t se the fro VeezuelaThursdayPoltique. A government school
S it epeiti0n the dele- -. t Ve T....
p/8..t PresiderPt. e was' not at thea .Edouard and Francinh Petrus arship winner, recommended by
'r i"esented this letter: I .
iae l ep t. Padce, but it his stUinmer boiie clipbred to New York Fr.a. theFrer~s of 't. Louis de Gon-:.
&DabiaI, Septembyr 10, etL '
.ellency at abole. Me Raym ode CuviUly, De- zague foi':;is good' vork at the.,
Oee "O .. On Saturday .rmonid g the de- puty Chief IGuide, fldw .to Ha: .bachot Mr. an t obtained





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wver, the economic 'prob-
io Marbial -'i not yet re-
SWe wquI'd''like. to earn
in order' to put into execu-
'all 'the .good principles
: l 'by the team atlMarb'ial.
-, why we appeal to6 -ou,.-
e.ident, you.who are our
-and who labours each
the improvement of the
4 of ife of rural and ur-
S populations. We ask you,
s ,ideInt, to. make- of Mar-
.open center for trade
jion. This will permit us .
.our produce without loss
eto.approvision ourselves
region, and to return at
our work in the fields.
brother request, Mr. Presi-
Ihat" Marbial be -erected
S'iquartLer.* We have. now
market, a dispensary, a
School, a great catholic
ch, two Protestant chapels,
a post office. We have
SMr..President, and we be-
that, thanks to you, our.
,m will be realized.
e salute you in the name of
SiLPatrie.,'- .
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3fORIN BRIDGE TO BE
The dangerous 'state In whict
Morin bridge is has led author
cities in charge to cancel traf
fic on it for the sake of secu
rity. Plans for the building o
a 'new bridge are now under
- study, and numerous suggested
Projects have.- been submitted
to the Department.'The project
will be examined during a spe
pial meeting to be held Septem
'ili*r24th at 11 a.m. at the'De
pai'tmet of Public Works. Edl
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.s :'iowrr humidity,.-keep you comfortable.
/;2i^ h'iTere's a: fdve-year guarantee on the
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t THIEF SHOUT THIEF
s- Ten o'clock Friday morning great excitement on the corner
L- of the Grand Rue and Rue des .Casernes. A.thief surprised
S in the act, fled towards the Exposition. Given the alert peo-
"- pie took off in pursuit. The rascal slackened speed and
1- joined his pursuers shouting as loud as the rest ... barre
voleur . .-with such an imagination this thief might have
gone far, had be not been recognized and caught.
SMUGGLERS BEAT CIGARETTE PRICES DOWN
An official rebuked his subordinates for insufficient
surveillance -of contraband cigarettes. A little later, so-
ciably, he opened a package of Camels and offered them
around. The official was somewhat startled when someone
pointed to the absence of a regie stamp and whispered :
*Pssst,'where do you get your cigarettes.i N.B.: American
cigarettes afteft several months selling for 50,cents a pack
have returned to their normal price of 30 cents.
WAITING: WI[- SCISSORS AND NEEDLE
.Out ladies of fashion-are eagerly awaiting the outcome of
the present ,battle in Paris over the rise or fall of the hem
line. [Ourlet].
PICNIC AT BELLEVU.E,
Cor6mencing at ten this morning and continuing on to, ten
Sthis:rv.ening is a, belle, pfcnic.at Cercle Bellevue. .It's for
Sjeunq filtds et jej.nes gens. ,,
S.:A 1SNO INTRODUCES.DANGEROUS FIRE DANCE
S* The, Casifio Infernational was packed' to the waterline Wed-
Snesday evening. Their singing contest had success, but few
t contestants. Then came- for the first time, and hope for the
S last time for the sake of fire and injury,, the' balloon dance.
'This dance completely iips to pieces etiquette of the dance
S floor. The dancers are instructed to dance with a cigarette
v whichh they unskillfully poke into the'air, arid face, and vest
.' or head of hair, in in endeavour to burst the other-balloons.
r' The-ouple. that survive this blitz . bobble forward and
receive a prize.
RADIO HAITI CELEBRATES ITS 18th FETE
Radio Haiti' for,long -Haiti's most popular radio station
Celebrated' Thursday, 18 years of dedicated service to the
community. On this occasion we offer our congratulation
Sandcwi4hes for continued success .to Radio Haiti's dynamic
S'anT progre6ive- director RidArdo Widmaier.
"LE NATIONAL' CHANGES AGAIN !
Just a.few weeks after the first issue came off the press, Mr.
Maurice 'Clermont stepped out of the Director's 'chair, and
Mr. Leo Pinchihnat'was picked by SPERNA to succeed him.
After two controversial monb's, it appears thdt'cLe National.
is going to be'run by a committee'of Directors,- including, it'
is said, .Mauriee Clermont, and Gerard de Catalogne. The
S changes will become effective soon.
W'VRES LING COqMMERgANTS
Georges [Jojol Khawly is b oltant, around this week after
having his leg severely sprained ih a wrestling match with
SJoe Rizk- Saturday following the Stadium contest.
BACCALAUREA'T RESULTS TOMORROW I
The official results of the second Baccalaureat exams 800
entries--,will be made public tomorrow by the Director Gen-
eral of Education.
29,000 GOURDES FOR FACE LIFTING IN WASHINGTON.
Friday the Senatp voted a credit of 29,000 gourdes for the
.face lifting, of the .Hotel de l'Ambassade d'Haiti in Wash-
ington.
MRS. LIVING, DEAD
Sad news of the death of Mrs. Living, proprietress of the
famous Hotel Savannah in St. Marc was heard in Port-au-
Prince thii week.



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MIDNIGHT END
OF 36TH LEGISLATURE
At midnight last night the
3rd session of the 36th legisla-
ture ended. The session has been
an extremely productive one.

PRESIDENT MAY GO
TO PORT-DE-PAIX
cOn dit, that President Ma-
gloire may go to Port-de-PaiL at
the end of October to inaugur-
ate the new Casernes which
will be named after his father -
the famous General Eugene Ma-
gloire.

FROM THE PETIONVILLE
ORPHA NAGE
Mme Cyril Walker, and the
little orphans, send their best


of Haiti Sun. What a success
Ad muftos annos
Ed. note: And thanks, too, J
the present, lMme Walker.


PARAMOUNT

Sunday, September 20th, ai
3.30 p.m.
LA DERNIERE RAFALE
At 6 and 8.30 p.m.
LA PERE DE LA MARIEE
Monday, September f st, aj
6 p.m.
PECADORA
Tuesday, September 22nd, at
Sand 8.15 p.m.
LA PERE DE LA MAR'I


wishes to Mr. Bernard Diede- Wednesday, September 23rd,:
rich for the Third Anniversary 6 p.m.
L'lLE ENCHANTEE
SAt 8.15" p.m.
THE WHIP HAND'j
I Thursday, 'September 24th al
and 8.15 p.m.
LA BONNE COMBINE

Friday, September 25th, at,
and 8.15 p.m.
LA PERE DE LA MARIEI
Saturday, September 26th, a
and 8.15 p.m.
S LA PROEE
Sunday, September 27th,
1 3.30 pl. m.
i-iD T- LA. PROI.E "
at the Paramount this eening At 6 and 8:30 p.m.:
at 6 and 8.3S .m.. LA PORTE QUI S'OUV
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FEATURES NIGHTLY
S1 From 8 P.M. to 1 A.M.
Orchestra
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Folklore Show

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TTE IN J AICA match with the U.S. on Oc
LAY FOI MATCHES 25-. at the Yankee .Stadium,
.York.
Sin.Jamaica for'a tour of
,'matches, is the Violette ROSARIO SIGNED
ic Club. The 'team ,left TO PLAY- AITI .
friday by Coast Guarh vel- The Chilean promoter Sa
., ., Ratenoff, who brought to
:Universidad 'de Colombie
: vwill p1ay two matchesi'
a a t- tces Sport Boys 'de Perou, sp
'with :Melbourne Football y, p
J*F-' captained *"' Dd '* few days in Port au Prin
a -a- captained 'by' Dudley e
..,. ..i -. ; c e n tly ; '
'- and the St. George's y
ad t S...'Mr. Ratenoff signed a
ll'll team -'Club -Captain ' n' n ,.
~ team -' Club Ca. tain tract recently with the H
icho Rankine and oe .
;ch ". R .ine .- 'an 'oe football Federation for a
.' A imaica side. Tle ,
m' /i..eti-. sie ney -of 4 matches, betweeE
li te a' returns October.
famous Argentine profess
eam' Rosario, a'nda rep
O'S M T: IIAl tative local: team. The ,.Ro
SPUT FT: team. ne of"the best i
:f proposed visit, of t'e oprld-. hasb 5al.Argentine
professional '-. team ersb t-ts- I.. .I ..
.to Hait i next month has : : .;'
a l: ;..:.of mitly. 'Reas.on -L. A CONS TA.
trdIPu ~D u' watch as
pspone' to -the same ne .:Mr. Richard Constan t '-
Sand.,the Haitian. XI .is 'e4, as.,' political and literal
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ARTISTIC ASSOCIATION
An Artistic Association, the'
.Cercle c'Artisteso has been
founded in Port au Prince with
a view to hunting talent in
dance and music and to partici-
pate in the celebrations"of the'
150th Anniversary of Inde-
pendence. The Association will
be managed by a group of young
I artists who will be trainer by an


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Selected Players For National Tea m NesaumATeh
STraining After Talk. With President Magloire C
Tuesday,, the special commnin- wqs.'given" no .suchi p'otler; t ey' *
sion appointed by His Excel- asked .for a recess, anId -time
F ency the President of the Re- tfor the Commission to:ask such .
public to settle the dispute be- powers from: the President. '- '"y dghtr44.
ct6ber tween certain football clubs and' Tuesday morning delegates of L. -LAS. LNG .IR ';.:;
New the .Football Federation- met-at. the dissenting, clubs Wqre invit- .
Stadium Magloire with. the dis- ed to the Nationa Palace where. '.
S sendingg lub delegates; No mem they-were given n audlenceby .
be-r of the. FHF .was present. the President .of the"'Republic
The teams handed 8 .typewrit- '. it is said that. His Excellen-"
amuel .ten pages of grievances ito the 'cy 'asked-thb boys' to resume.
Haiti Commission. training as it was thbir nnational;--
e and Mr. Feli Diambois, president'-obligation. -
lent a' of the three-man -commission Trairing under Coach Baron ..
ce re- called'on the footballers to re-" has been resumed. E' i,
S sunle training for the.forthconi- .
con: ing World Cup match.,in Ne PLO'WER MAN. ABROAD
aitian York, October.25th. Atlerton Lee, inanaging direc-
tour. The dissenting Clubs relied tbo of .Chateet des Fleurs, left i-. miei b eer .'s, ...GA |
n the with the request that the' Com-: by. Pan-Air for Costa '.Rca hqnd- Baibfor.eier xll
sional mission take over the FHF. Paama on affairs f his com- V I
resen- When told that the Commission i any. -. iii
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ai the A SPORTY SUGGESTION '- '
la- Lt. Max ,Deetjeen' suggested in
y turned otitr. . 1 .. ..
.Le Nationals last 7Lunday. t.hat.
a National S ports Committee be
: for; ed4 entruAted with acting as
,- Supebrib. Court.. in the sport
esgn field.-
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1Mr. Leon Garraud is becomhg .'
..quite popular a aa s ort pron-..
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team isnow`-playing a.tourn-.- iA L i-T T "E' T -
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FOUNDATION ,SCHOLARS i'
RETURN .
Monday morning four Haitian ,
awardees 'of scholarships re- .
turned .home in. Haiti viai the to crown ..thai" perfect moment o :.
S.S. Colombtof the Compgnle pleasant comp n ols hip. One 6f ,ma
General Transatlantique. They .4 occasions for drinking Henness.,
are: Mlle Marie-Lucie Chancy, S
who got. her -degree in letters .
after two years at.La Sorbonne; ."
Mr. Leon Kernisan, who got his ',.
Il .. degree as a chemist after three' :.
years at the Pasteur Institute
S.- in Paris;. Mr. .Maurice Gutllo- JO ph adal a d o.ii l rs
teau, who spent one year 'spe-. ar at a. -W W--- ..... ___ _-.
cializing in pedagogy,,at ,La Sor-
bomnne; and 'Mr. Gerard Laurent,
: son of prominent historian Men- -
tor Laurent, who specialised in ,.7'
Social Insurance in Madrid. .This. s .Vee.gn:.


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Dear subaseibe. ..
For some time.past qt. have been receiving copies of the
.Hait Sun.. At the bieinnng of our fourth year of publica-
tion, we, have twq questions to ask you.
The first, naturally, is whether you wish to continue to re-
s'. .ceive the newspaper. The second, however, is much niore im-
.. portant.
W :' would like tb n'lo.w how you feel about the changes we
"ae been making. We want to get your reaction to our develop-
S;ing editorial policy and the broadening of our fields of interest.
'.-- We are~constantly seeking new ways to improve the *Haiti
Sus -and lourr ideas and suggestions would be of the greatest
'help to us. If you will, note any comments y6u may have and
I :.ed them to. us. We 4sha be most appreciative of your coopera-
tio : We. would also welcome contributions of any sort publish-
"'- able, in French or English.
'All.good wishes,
.. ,.' ..- BERNARD pIEDERICH.


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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER


lHAITI SUN>


ANNIVERSAIRE DE
c(HAITI SUN,
S[Le Nouvelliste., Sept 18th].

Di.mnche dernier, le vivant
organe de langue anglaise -Haiti
Sun, entrait.dans sa' quatrieme
annde.
Ce nous est un plaisir, A cette
occasion, de rendre hommage a
son' Direcueur, notre ami Ber-
nard Diederich, qui a su se tail:
ler une place enviable dans no-
tre corporation.
Son organe de belle tenue, et
lu aviec intdrdt renseigne sur
tous les aspects de la vie natio-
nale, avec urne objectivity qui
laisse percer quand' m@me une
sympathie agissante pour tout ce
nui tnloch nntrq n .vs


has been appointed naval at-
tache to the French Embassy in
Port-au-Prince.
TOURISM IN SPAIN
Mile Marie-Claire Charles,
stenographer, typist and secre-
tary at the National Office of
Tourism, flew to Madrid on a
scholarship from the Instituto


de Cultura Hispanica to study
tourism.

AUX CAYES THEATER
The theater of the Oblat Fi
others of LesCayes, now unds
construction is near completion
A nice building, witnesses re
port.


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.. A PLEASANT STOP
ON YOUR ROAD TO KING
CHRISTOPHE'S CITADELLE
When you come to Cap-Haitien en route to mighty
SCitadelle La Ferriere, make your stay comfort-
ohlb a '+in -th Tniw.. lfflAT nTrPTrniT T L .


S. FRM EL RANCO I Nous sairissons I'occasion pour Here awaits you a new and attractive devel
lHDear Mr. Dl.ed'eich: prsenter avec nos compliments, meant atop Carenage Hill, overlooking a resplendentt'.
Sam ahear Haiti Sun:, nos meilleurs harbour.
m iwe.ggesa.y a den voeux pour un developpement A fabulous spectacle :Right from ydur window
S-h th .- .e. .e Prei.. o adent toujours croissant d'un organe in our spacious and airy rooms, you may have a pre-.
il er the' m in -qteHairtSoSe tembe si th.T qui s'est rdv6le de r6elle utility. view of the Citadelle in -the fiery. setting sun. 4
we, W"'.i"" ,aur. heHaitiS' September' 6th. The
letters. reoe'vid. ongratidating I ati of today n'edgreater
02%. o OU .otUPi b. i~:bhdidorld.~ dh':., ". -b. rorl]licity .ri w il NEW NAVAL ATTACHE '
ondue fa i bic at y C e oldawid' b ity,,ad it will
'...: : OF FRENCH EMBASSY .I
,produee- a ,"t.a l e i.. a aes ySio a. lamehitle to let
t ear ,Admiral Andre Jubelin
'this-oopoiouniity` siD :by: without
S. -'inRi-izig t.L-he .world press to
TER GNRAL E 0:A(GRI- come and:report the: rtional _
ep s to.Hai t transformationniow tak place. '
n,^' sf :a Editor arnd'Man- Not only newvspaprs and air- D ... '.".,
e' est .ishes of happy, lines but hotels, too, would .be I ""- g
'W 'A.a rmest wishes of happy .":
h ccmplishmnt roudto give assistance in. this
s de rF et. of their project .PT i
.'am, A .- .,'
eshathe Sun. willYours sincerely,
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S Ht RAND .RU1 NOMMMSS ON PAID TO TAXI BRiVRt
Ssened .. Port au nce,
".., "-"ndre'Dumeste ..
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' : ': "Mr Bernard Diedech, . .. .
,.Ed. itor, .Haiti Sun "
Pftit.Goaveb
icetitions.jWF -If. NC4.. eppt good5 N -
f;: ,' .. e Port-au-Prince. '
K.."'m o Selt.f adm.ud er 53.
'M.Dear Bernie, .,

.I am rushing this d t ldu to
riyou only .g.e-. chanc t
'''i al Happy Birthday. I could, not .d _
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to yu. You, could ha~~~ of reading' the Sun ever Sun-
to. .wners, one n P-au-P, id d4;-or 1 will it be more ,of-
g -tdt- mnmers, one- inP-au-Pm pd
"" "titside. ten? :
S4ce rely yours, A. Reider..'
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.SCHOENRTCK'S Though very- aged, Judge i ul al at t e naiu Sun.. 1
ISSION ABOUT Schoenrick is still game and .Office on the Exposition.
'.TODAY amazingly .green. ., I -OR. RENT -p :
He. give' out his recipe to Snug modern house' at Mar- ; 9 ,
-eproduced exactly from every one: walking, A consti- tissant. 2 bedrooms, 1 modern
h-, Section of 'Le giation-, tutional in. the wee hours of the toilet room, living-room, 'office,
pt.13t. day,. and, then walks to his of-, kitchen verandah, garage, plus Sw m I 'ue. .. t- t o '. :'
-0tto Schoenrick, a former fice, then ,..goes through the rooms in the yard. .TeL 2050.--R- 'd
of' '-the:, U. S. Supreme : Washington- Bridge,' this .a- 2369.. i '
:who has been visiting mounts to. full-hour's .walk' .
i./ FOR.NT .:-i: .. >.,
ifor the past fifty [50]. di~ly. 'FOR RENT PRICE
W- e .lay stress on the I' nearly a te meetin-gs, Offices kdr rent in Laham I
'.. -. ' ir nearly all the meetings, '. . .
i.of years --- fo twbo .dineparties a all the lie bldg. in center. of commerce.
,.diner-partles and all th''..e.
an preent tars an fluen- w gen by ..Hit c n Telephone 3258. '
,ten.years,.and who:,the ....-..;........
present time an fluen- Associationd he always deliver. .. .
1n4r of the *Haitia.-- speech or proposes' a toast FOR RENT -. 1
ean Assodiation?, has just French, Unfurnished house in Petion-
.Ofew. days again in Port omev e ven '.ille; 3 bedroms,2 ooms, 2 s AU LiCi ; ill Deliver ,Groceries oyorD
.recall his travel-souvnirs in,'1,,1,
c' eiti ad his conrsat' upstairs; downstairss large draw- . ...... .. *i. -
-.. -" '" 'Haiti and his conversations .wi. t .. h '''., .-::
ing his Va6lous business' .roSnent aa s a;es ing room and large dining room,
'..the cha i t. prominent. aitan personal.. .ies.
6ffici alitribs' in Haiti .- surrounded byverandah, patio,
. ; : r ;- n his return: fr6m' Haitia a
ra d ids. back ot the o year 'e d- ay,-sb .- swimming-pool, spacious hwn
,'... .but ath er : tr w on few. days qgo, a le beat..the: com-.an .
-M bt'Tscho.ie ad and garden, .withdrawn. from
,nilpass narrating 'o his- 'meiran' a ,'
opportunity: to be introdued-.:. e highway, has paved riVate
--friends the benefibieri chafiges -
reven. [7 aitian Chihef: s i. h er driveway. Tel. 7806 or apply
". .-hih. h', saw bdd occurred in .. ,
SHaiti.Sun.-
i,,i,' '...- aS -"Port. au Prince. and various' 'Haiti. S. .
ic ,h gently I
S,.,.. .: mther, mtortt'Cities. '
"Ow s .,.ip.1ency. Pre- ... -.. .., i'
Judgd.qo wpane` Barbancourt .
S-. Judee Ott'. Schoehriq is now 0
Pal E Mag'ire, tcon- ,.
au~l'. ,E4- ,Mag.ire, c.n' ~~rouite to -Paris, Brussels,. and,
' to his friends-that Presi- tibson 'on busiess. .u v-e
"Libson 'on .business.. Our ,very
dgloiire, the eighth in the. an Godapee: ac- RHUM 'l -
S best wishes..and Godspeed .ac-.'
st of Pidesidents. with .: <
. n r company .,this. faithful, friend .
.hd-. had had intercourse,
and admirer, of Haiti.',
ong the vry few wfio im- .. Still Produced by '. "
d hinm the best: '
6,000 TOURIST S BY SHIP the family -
r.;rJudge S6hoenricik ha. t ROM NOV. TO MARCHR "
d the change in Ithe. .. HIGH CLASS .'. 1
o H:.f Hai iti in '.course *Froin November st, 1953, to STANDARD QUALITY
stARE, A AD A Y
last .half-ce y yj and "is March 6th i954 six ships carry- .
.larly tickled; not to ing about 6,000 tQurists will .call ShCE ,186 :
but rather to wonder at Port .au Prihce. Th& =b.aytian
tonishment, when he so w Travel Service has been en-
esent -stage bf things' in trusted *ith their entertain-i Jane Barbano t J
"'; ment, says .-Le Matin. ,
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the harbour of Les Cayes, upon with his wife, Anie Moynet, FOR SALt
,l .' arrival of the schooner in the adopted Jean-Jacques together Beds for Sale, No. 5 Rue
t LkI zWa fiteaft SL~aifiaiir early hours of April 26th, 1785 with a younger girl, Muguet, Call Maison Moderne. Pho
l'tU ..that Antionette Rabin brought whom he also brought back 2595.
Te inner of th. essay con- among them Aiice Thyler, a des forth into this world a boy to from the Colony. FOR RENT
pe isjon Mr. n $.t. Cyr cendant of Audubon, tried to whom she gave the name of A. St. Cyr. Snug cottage for rent in F
Sttwho s#nt t.e drize-winning assodiate him with the Dauphin, Jean Jacques Fougbre, Jeafi, af- cy. Apply P.O. Box 181.
.'hnmswer, rrd4iued below, *We. son of Louls the XVI, but this' ter her lover, afd Jacques Fou-
wanted to kfcw what was the has been proven false. gere after her maternal grand-
%connection between the great The information given below father with whom she. lived.
4- 1 m11 mricafi naturalist .and Haiti, was obtained partly from Oxi- This is the child who later be-
;:rid it as Mr. St. Cyr who best lus Foug&re, son of Belloni Foul came the great naturalist-pdint-
.:, .t.unmveiled l.the irtery. gre, whd himself was the er, ornithologist and essayist,
younger brother of Jean-Jadques
"..A de"Matiteis Fils,". Folug-re, later, called Audubon, JOHN JAMES AUDLtBON.
~ al 'distributor of Audubon and partly from the following EPILOGUE.
.'1aint will be pleased to present authors, Francis Hobbart Her- "--..
theprizes ,of $10c ash s and Mauthors, Francis Hobbart Her- a e t- ai
'he pris of $10uo cashit and ,3 rick who wrote Audubon The Mile Rabin bore Captain Au- .
.ans of Audubon .paint' . to e Naturalisdt, and -History ofHis dubon a second son who receiv-
nerLife and Ties,' an d from Con- ed the name of Belloni Fou
Will Mr. St. Cyr. call at the
ll.. .stance Rourl4 s -book .wAudu- gbre. She lived in Aux Cayes
:, Haimti Suno; Monday, .at9 p.. bn. with both her sons, but during ..
Jea....oural m. tion also to. . b.W ,
foural men:tidn so to one of Audubon's trips to



This .in dthtoe Cota- g atS wAholOiNer ed death. Jean Jacques was PANAMA. IS. DECORATED National Order of Honneur 1
i iai a d ornithlogistwho iied, hidden y some friends in Aux BEFORE DEPARTURE Merite, withthe grade of he
edti. ?Sn'Fier, ti born kCayeswhile Belloni "w,.as hur-: er ie vaier. t istr oe

S IUBON? te CIte olony of Sairit-Don n .nue his return Jean Audubbn who since March of 1951, gave his lou bestowed th decorate
n'-. i th, 78 moaned the death of tionette, services to this country as a spe- [See picture]. Mr. Purdy
Ser eeandperhaps tt of Belloni bur-cialist in agriculture and coope- Scipa has been assigned to
.lometimaesbeen chant. established in Le.'Cap riedly took Jean-Jacques back rative credit,. was awarded by ,milar work in Panada.
i t Some, and Francois, did business with one to Nantes where he offiially the Haitian government before..
.i- .. .. Jean Aildubon, retired officer
M ALL of the FtehchRoyal Navy who
had gone into business trAvel- v i
..' .' 1ing ,back and. fqrth betw een h'is .
native Nantes and Le ap Fran- SO Ver n r
os. Herehe .sold' fench winies e
i~and silks;, and took -back -cane .
sugar,and indigo. As, a side line, ..
Morsieir Atdubon :also, brought
i n 4 few' slaves: which he sold
in:.Les,.Cqyes.
se s Fr ins, di 'Neoaw, lu where .:he ,en re O
Saptain Jea udubon,' .s new, Lu id 4 -g e .
yuig and enterprisihg ;natural-
Ily- be ca-me enanioured of the COns 9t fa
love yoting- create t ntain--


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Things went on ad finally ,
; .ma.h Fouerees clamp ed down s ve Sun"ay at .Q:30 a '.

SSC -- S ma hand on theprojectedd rive Havanaas 12:19 p.m. EST
aedding of Jean eugubon and -
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terI he' had 'discovered that the
-Captain was 41ready within-the I
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tq abandon her pasnt'a home.
old man~her as passenger on
board ha unnadped schoon'r9p
w leaving the port of Cap 'Fran-
Sfor 'he town o- Lea ..a ', c
'brd he in..Les.cy eds, ., schooner.. ..







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( S OTO
41. Htb! b $Believes In H Iti's Touristic Future
1. Any Haiti.Suns reader's'child is eligible. '
i. y Hi l.un~Mr. r. George S. McMapus, man- Mans Was. also .igh in his
,'2,. Photos must measure at least 3.by 4 inches and be acco Mr. Gerge us man ans asalso high in hi
eagerr of Resort ad Travel for pr4te of, the re-designed Alvi-
panied by name, age, da(e or birth of child and names and anger of Resor a Travel for e of the redesign
address of parent [ back of photo in ink or softthe Boston Sunday Globe is vis- era and its new manager Max
:, pencil]. Haiti Suns cut-outcoupon must be sent with eao iting Haiti for the purpose of ,Nargil, the well known Ibo Lele
"" 1 pencil]. cHaiti Sun- cui-out'coupon must be sent with eaohi -
,entry. Photos should have been taken within the last si extenng to the Hon. D. Heur- and a hotels, i general for
i" mdndths. .r, telou, Mfnister of-Commerce, a proving their faith, in Haiti's re-
Photos t besent.tp: Kddy ontst, Haii Sn, Photo promise of com-editorial coope-. sort future, by enlarging and
C:. nte sti Box. .4 ration, by the Boston Globe, for improving .their properties.
:The n te o' epember 13.' . Haiii' observance in 1954 of Haiti's. tourist accomplish-
:The conthestt 'ins 'on ebptember a.
"The'child should not be over 5 years old. the 150th Independence Anni- ments have bepn outstanding
rizes of uefula attrtive aies for children a parversary as 'well as extensive and will continue to grow, Mc-
tare being offered by The. HtiSun and bu shoes coverage of resort activities Manus .believes. The promotion-
are being.offered by TheHti.Sun and bu s houses of.
ti. These will beawarded;at a tiine and place oA ounce during the 1953-54 Season. al activities of. the government,
T*dhe ."ourse ' : '- /, Ihe importance of this coolie- the opening.,of a .hotel school
-dike course.
P-The Haiti Sun willpubliseh in each issue during 'he contest/:ration is appreciated when it is under the direction of world
oI .ot f .theentrants, sele.ted-at random. .." realized that every Sunday .over famous Fabien Peret, and all
-]. ot'E..of- z Jee ent, rants, leem eaat; Iandom. .-p........ .,. ..I. .
..The judge will consist of a grandparent- and. a. parent of 1,000,000 people in and around the m pany other things being
iherd ~i; a pediabiciain, a photograph er, :and the eitor,of the Boston read the Globe and have done should hearteh the. mer-
-Si Sin. made this newspaper one of the chants, 'hotels,. and all -those
P fos be jdged onh bis of thepersonlity of the t impqrtarit Resort and Tra- 'who receive a part of the money.
ld and the quality of the photo'. vel publications in the United spent in Haiti by the tourists,
Wath r P Ans m m '. States. Next, month, October 'thinks this man from, Botofn,
S Waltch 'For Prize .Announcemena.
.d You C.hld's Phqls, 25th, The Globe will publish a Mass.
Selmd Your.hlua's lMi now, i
S-TU No! T special resort section featuring
CT THISOUT ,' the Caribbean area. Haiti's re- DA, kx. i m
S" A TI S. sort attractions will be, amplyE i
ZlfIDDY PHOTO OMnlnrST described. The efforts -of the Iabanex'
:"'Haiti Sun, P.O. Box 488 .whi e in Haiti McManus has to help the policy of agricultural
?.. - ? While in Haiti McManus has
Please-enter this photo in the Kiddy Cbntest. many of his development of His Excellency
'" ,nmet with many of his friends, .
.a Name ...................................................... . President ,Magloire, and -lay
-active in tourist promotion, in-.
Child's Name ..... ... ...a................................. ,, solid basis for the banana in-'
,', 1 . ', '. luding Gerald de Catalogne,
iDate of bith ....................... ........................onstantly visit-th in ------ -
iF .......... ,* :* wno he constantly visitg-with in
S Address .. ........................... ...........,........ New York regarding Haitian A FT E R E
-P zes by Joseph Nadal and Co.- Gerbers.Infant Food, Carna- t st prom n, ad .i r -
P% ..- . tourist promotion, and Director. -
-tion Milk, Camay Beauty Soap. Haiti Trading Co., Grant's ..o fTi" .Pi-rr .
S- fof Tourism, Pierre Chauvet, art
'.Scotch Whiskey, La ,Belle Creole and Canapd Vert. C a u e a
: excellent. person for this im-
:. portant position, he believes. "
L:e. heL a Le eialleur des pnieus g6antsL This representative of the
Boston Globe is a guest at El
""* Rancho and says this is one of
fl W 1R the most outstanding resort
...... lnthl, in h;k nCnn ib U


Le pneu ,qui vous donneTdes uteIa u LIn t c lartuuean area
avantages inesp&res sans de- I &-. ,
pense suppl6mentairel and owner Albert Silvera as
Une march stable et douce... charming and gracious a host as
moins de risques de derapage
... une carcass etra-resistainte, you will meet- anywhere. Mc-
d'une.tenue inegalee .Y. .e .
resume le Allomitrage e' plus
leeve au prix le plus bas..
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a rq 4U oj tb
the unceasing and gz'adual 'i' n
ceqe of bana. expt.Te
highest banana export m:ont
wps regisbtred.in. Aug. 1th'
177 stems. Jacmel exppte4 .,(
stems; Cayes 1,444; R.i he; a,
Bateau 1,617;. Anse d'Hain-i
[Les Trois] 4,490; 'Jern4eO ;ani
Dame-Marie .8,240; .An.n i..1dtd
Clere 6,50.6; 'Miragoane-.-
RetitrGoave and Fapch.e',of
Arcahaie 2,183; St. Mard b,48
Gonaives 2,596; -Jean abe
8,127; .Port-de-Phix [Cap Ro.ugQJP
11,721; Cap Haitien 2,508.';,:;
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COMMANlDER CELEBRAE'S
22 YEARS OF ACTIVE
SERVICE':N. SS SOLOM.EiTi

SDirihg his .reent- trip Jo Ha
ti, thi' Commandr. 'oof C eiom?
bie. of the ompagnie Ger
Transatlanticue. celebrated ..,iS
:2 -years ,df serv ce in the mer. )
cantile marine.
*. Commander. Dup6on commenr-.:
ced' his successful career. in ;1th .
mercantile -marine 6 ck -. .
March 1931. His -Excellency Mri'j
Roger Bercegol de Lile,. Ambas-'0
sador.of France, a-d Mrs. Di' 1
pont were amongst the notables:.:.'
who assisted the celebrations.
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SNO MORE DEVIL'S ISLAND


.' 'There are no more prisoners shore, on roads, forests and
i. Ion ,Detil's Zsland. .' plantations, locked at night in
':.rThe penal colony at Cayenne, fetid barracks. The Institution
SiB' rench Guiana, has just been soon.won itself the name of'the
- abolishedhd by the.government of dry guillotine.
.'rance.' A bank of 58 broken
.; convicts were' transferred to a In, 1938 the French govern-
'!:,'ais jail TIhey were the last ment finally admitted that Cay-
E.1 'kere1 2,00 who came back enne does' not appear td have
',ie Fr nane after sentence to any deterrent effects upon.th. ,
i.ie ..No less than 10,000 criminals and wai not good.for.
. c been sent there since the the prestige .of France :on .tie
i 1 'u.~ ri6pnwas started 99' coxitinent. Red Tape, World War
oe1, ag .. and more red" tape delayed
'y, -Pbliticral owners were e eptin the decision, Buat last eek the
ohe ocky. islet called Cayenne Penal' .Colony' 'was
4 s ,. 'lad' hand the .best closed for good.
.vwer. i. sharks that
ar i- 'Othi riSoners > Dr. Gerard Maglio became a
.ron c;.wn to dusk o.; :Haitian ctl.zen recently.


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edom of painting on large crayon drawings. -At school
faces: which the murals of- at the Lycee Louverture and
;. Before the Ibo Lele mur- de College de Province he.ppgr-
ee did another for Cabane ed earnestly over reproductions
otume depicting affranchis of the works of the great mas-
be colonial period. Some of ters. Formal training came in
al work may he seen at -1945 after his work was seen by
Rancho, Thorland's, and at Dewitt Peters, director of the
amrpgqt. ','. Cntre d'Art. With Lucien Price
iiner Lazard- was-'.he' sec- :and other .artists, American and
group of, three,t children Haitian, Peters gave the diffi-
ther.deserted them ear- .dent youngster encouragement
g his wife in poverty: and coaching, and watched his
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distinguishing himself particu-.
larly with his rather introspec-
tive'water colours, hauriting re-
flectiohs of his imaginings, or
sensitive vignettes of 'Haitian
life. .' use quiet sober cblours.,,
he says, -compatible with my personal-
ity' rFor murals however, I use
S.i'helie colours and vary tints to
give added expression to the
personages I depict '

SIn 1949, for the bicentennial
' .'Exposition, in Port,- af. Prince
S he-.painted the ,decoraVtivepanel
,of the'Pavilion of.Agriculture
-now Pigalle and later that
year with a schoolmate aged
18, held a successful two-man
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Since then his work has been
widely exhibited overseas, not-
ably at the bennal exhibition at
Sao Paolo last year..


In..1951 ,une amiable dame
4trang&r'e who prefers to re-
main anonymous gave him a
scholarship to study in Paris.
There for nineteen months he
attended courses at the School
of Modern Arts. In April 1952
with three other young Haitians,
Pinchinat, Dorcely and Turnier,
he held an exhibition at the
Cite Universitaire which attract
ed highly favdurable comment.
During vacation he toured'Spain
to visit- the Museums, and Italy.
studying works of arts in Rome,
Florence, Venice and Pompei.
He returnedhome -via United
States where he visited art gal-
leries .i New York, Baltimore
and Washington.


Since his return he has been
managing the Foyer des Arts
Plastics,' while' working at the
Ibo Lele arid preparing for an
eexhibition at the Institut Fran-
cais. 'He wants to keep very'
busy even at commercial paint-
ing because though he is con-
tent with little, il faut'mangers,
and besides hopes to,be married
soon to Rolan'de Denis who is
also, he shyly confides, -deeply
interested in painting.' As soon
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it from the;experience and in-
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nd right now, as his contriu- *whose one man sho
ion, to. the country's education p. at the ldcal Fiqe
sie, left -nher rPei
programme -he is engaged in
mer headqiuarterst .tiweek.to.
Preparing illustrations at the move'back to town. eh.-he
Ludio Visual Center of Unesco-opened a Haytin: ArtsStu.

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"' "' NEW DOCUMENTS cOEDIPE R
ON HAITIAN HISTORY The first
.Oedipe Roi
2 New clues to a better and ole by Frar
deeper understanding of the duled to tak
Haitian history have been uncov tober.
ered by student Gerard Lau- ,ae.e
rent, son of historian Mentor
SLaurent. During his stay in
ieirayCoFntes! By The Venezuelan Government Spain Mr. Laurent made re-
i :Connectior With l1th 1 nter-American Conference searches in Indias archives
I '!:: n connection with the Tenth'. The Jury will include 'the where he found documents of
S.t ;.r-American Conference, sche Venezuelan-Minister of, Foreign great importance to Haiti. He
d.. to -cotnene' on, March 1, Relations, the Director of the had a document on .La.Corres-
5 at Caraas the Govern- National Academy of History, pondence de Tdussaint Louver-
int.of theRepuibli of Vene and the President, of the Boli- ture, published in Madrid.
P :-la has a nounced..a brary varian Society of Venezuela. All
: t ; with cash prizes to original .works must reach Ca- NEW COLLECTION
Pt'.Pn Americaim' It. racas.by December 9.1953. Manu OF POEMS
vgaieliee'vld.hat in the 'Ame scripts.must be sent'-by regis- cRitournelles,, a new collec-
n' ; et .. will b, "b of -tered.mail an'd addressed as fol- tion of poems by Mr. Julien.,V.
:cu!a .nieres: to sci6els, lows': -Minuty, Assistant General Sec-
Sf;ig ie organiSations Secretaia General de'la Decima retary of the UUnion Nationale Let the
'-' 'tn America. onfern a Interamericana, des' Instituteurs Haitiens, irill Se, in
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& "I.i "Z.':.'il b: "ask Kto :. '- Aparta 5205, come off the presses of the Im-
S bWiet' ;Fia.m C reos cel Ete,'D. F., primerie de 1'Etat by the end of -- ---
eonres '. ama to iracqas, enesuela.. : this month. Dist.
,Q'ic;:': Caracas, taouice.ent''the.--winer' ---
S .'e iGe'nius will be .iade public by, the Jury AUTHORESS MME LAGAZY
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rc$- thiustr of o h weVk -b fore the Inaugural BACK FROM U.' S.
i iaiis Sessiq. of .the .Te.h triter-Ame.- 'Mme Madeline Lagazy of the
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S'' -ican d fence, ai dhe will..Sn .Michele pension in Petlon-
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'srf' f;ie '.o est 'be a:guest of honour: at the Con-. ill. has returned from an ex-
( ,ages ference at the t of the tended stay -in the.U. S. with .
o Republic of enezuela 'ni that the English transla-
S or' th21 ti 2: b- ....: tion of hr book,. *Terre .d'En-
I4 ina, T'.Ub'IUAL.)Ab; di D-THRE achante~etent, wi11 shortly appear
,. i mEglish; ,5 NTH ANNIVERSARY in America.
7Iep'A lf. hThe Re- CELkEBR~TAT'Ui N '- .
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.h1fly be-6ta ineW.f".u tho e I a. .d- '.: . -e
i eula to the. tural -infoation qwspaper of- Rodolphe Charmant will soon
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a e th lanu- n iS hMrs '. Magloire and ti and ceour entitled conomy.s les o- ne .
blied if te Mgr, Rndependercemy Ao can mlt as his o nitrri ibution to the ,



SL ecidu germete of Pre-aiti. anniversary. collection .
A-&=.X-1, q-:0luxur. edi.ti r Mr,. Mr..Pi ierre. lexandre has just
"illusu~~~' r y 'a":.pictm'e of His-pubished,. suggestion a .Propos,. !
id..rir..t b .Exc iL".e~y -' 'irsidxt.- Paul .Iva-` de Ndtre Preniier -Recensementa
.V.?:S. oq .JA'n CGnerai"-of Division .dealing withEPpu ation in Hai -.."
.ianaA this/.anu-' I.nifbr ;'o&-fMrs.:. Magloire 'and ti and our economy. It is one '
$pia pbl if the. Mgr.. Rem-.Augstin '.and'pic,.'more contribution to the150th .
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I.SUNDAY; SEPTEMBER 20th- HAT. S. ,

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ter of' His Excellency Ambassa- f
'.. dor Extraordinary "and Per- A
-- ^ ^\nianent Representative of Haiti i
:i~; t t t he UN, flew to Boston this
I::, week to resume her studies at-.
Mr.. Malcolm ..S. Adiseshiah, to Haiti, offered a brilliant re- the St.
the St. Dominique Institute. s
Ch..:of the Section of Techni- ception Wednesday.16th from 11
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Saturday afternoon for a the occasion of the National Day
Daughters of His Excellency
~ ~~'"tday .isit. Today, Mr. of Mexico. Chiefs of missions
..s-i, dt Re- President Paul E. Magloire, and
"aoil iori, TN ,Resident Re- accredited to Haiti, members of
'." i , .. a numerous group of friends c
p resentative in -iaithL will, offer the government, dignitaries of er tie
S.rese ,. ;were at the airport to bid her r
a' cocktail in his honour from the high bodies of State and
S.. farewell.
Sto p.m. members'of the ConDular Corps
S,.;m- P,... .e of..
jI. m( r Gayne, U. S.,1ul- were in attendance.' Mile Armnand Sy. Alborg and
'ttual attache, returned yester- Mlle .Marlene Roy and Mr. Mr. Guy Celifie exchanged I
tday from vacationing in the 'Raymond Etienne will join their do's, in St. Peter's Churchn '
,Nation's'[U.S]. Capital, Destinies in the Sacre Coeur Petionville Wednesday.
Mile Mrie. Therese Boucard Church, Saturday, September Archaeologist and Mrs. Kurt
ri.eturned.Friday from a, three 26th. Fisher left for a tourney 8f
.:;week Mexican'yacation. Dr. Justin Castera flew to Pa- Curacao, Panama, Costa Rica,
M Mrs.-Aida Nargil, wife -b Mr. ris Monday to attend the fif- Wednesday.
JMax Nargil, manager of Riviera teenth General Assembly of the Mile Adeline Breton will be-
Hotel, arrived in Port Monday International Pharmaceutical come Mrs. Jean Lavaud in the
v:via the Panama Line. She was Federation as Haiti's.represen- Notre pame Cathedral Saturday
Accompanied by..her 5'year-old tative. 26th.
.son Jack. The Handal family returned Agronomist Joseph Atrien,
from the States Wednesday. awardee of a scholarship from
i Mr. A"nil St. Rome, formerly Wednesday,. 'September 16th, the London British CounciL
.Minister-of Haiti to Madrid, suf-. Illes Elsie and Myrtha Ma- leaves for London today to spe-
: feared a brkenl armh. in Madrid gloire, daughters of .His Excel- cialize iri chemistry at Oxford-
.recent.ly a :i consequence of a lency President Pkul E. Ma- University.
Sfal downthe irs f a lead- gloire, flew to .Boston. They re- A gay farewell reception itas
Sing hotel..- Mr..St. Rome arrived turned to St. Dominic's Insti- offered him at Damien last Sun-
home Monday on the S.S. Colom tute to resume .their studies, day. Among the numerous
bie- .. They were -accompanied by guests were Under Secretary of
Mr. 0. J Brandt clippered to Miles Anne-Marie, Claudette, State for Agriculture and Mrs.
ithe States Wednesday Martha and Ketly Magloire, Claude Preval, friends, and
Banker John Wolf, President daughter of.Mr. and Mrs. Arsene comrades of agronomist Adrien.
:of the Chemical Bank. and Trust, Magloire, who will study at the Saturday September 12th Mile
arrived in Port last Sunday. Mr. same Institute. Mlle Josephine Gabrielle Frederique promised
.Wolf is on an official tour of Magloire, sister of the President to honour and obey Mr. Paul
: the Caribbean and was welcom- of the Republic, accompanied Appollon in the .Sacre Coeur
Aid at the airport by officials of th grup church.
th" group. church.
the national Bank of the Re-
t Mlle Simone Danache ex-
.public of Haiti. During his stay Carlos Pereira of the Westley
changed 'I do's with Mr. Jean
he fi.h` held talks with Mr. Line returned to business in
Duboulay last Saturday.
' Ciristian Aime, and Mr. Arthur Port Wednesday.
H: New York Tourist Director The social highlight in Carre-
.Back 'home after a 42-year Gerard de Catalogne completed four last Saturday was the mar-
stay in France is Mr. Ernest his vacation here Wednesday riage of Me Guillaume-Dorelien,
"'iere-.Paul. Mr. Pierre-Paul ar- and clippered North with his brother of the Vicar of the par-
ish, and Mile Lucie 'Napol in
.'i% in Port aboard the S.S. lovely wife Marina and son is, and Mile Lucie Napol in
.-mbe Monday morning Guy. the St. Charles Church. Matron
-"His Excellency Sr Torres Ta- Osment and Margaret Moody of honour was Mme Jean Bois-
avera, Ambassador for Mexico are introducing Haiti to Milton son; bestman was M. Georges
and Lucille Neher. Mrs. Neher Marc. The nuptial benediction
is a prominent Florida woman was given by Canon Dorelien
e/ ho holds the post of coImis- assisted by Reverend Fathers
S\ iner, in Coral Gable. Andre Charles and Emile Jac-

Bernard, Therese, and Hu- quot. After the ceremony a
gues Lucchesi came back from brilliant reception was offered
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endel. day evening. '
Mr; Alcide Duviella and Mr. Kingston bound Monda :'... -
iarce,.Hoily, respectively Presi- Micheline Saurel, Rene d's
lent and member of .the Ad- touches, and Angela Confdel
ministrative Council of the Of- Charles, Simone, Claire. Ga
ice of the Development of the neron went to New York Wed
Artibonite Valley, are in Wash- nesday. .- ,
ngton on a; government mis- The Lecorps family returWep
;ion. from South America Wedn'.
Tao Goldenberg .had a fish. day. '
;tory to tell Sunday night, with Jacob and Odette Roumiin.' aii
accompanyingevidence. A spear rived from Miami Wednesday.-.
ed 35-pound tasard fish from Bertram Collins; 'who
Mofitrouis. been preparing a short, thesi"g
Dr. Antenor Miot," the noted on Haitian life and manners, ri`.
orthopedist, is back from a bus- turns today to Jamaica -:Wbe
man's holiday in the Dominican he will pick up .his scholarship
Republic. fqr a year's study at the'i.0.4
Agrpnomist Fritz 'Pogeit is up versity of Paris.' Mr. .CqI4
from Les Cayes visiting his old will cross the Pond "in' th.MI, 'h "
pals. News for them is his-ven- France this coming, weekend.6
turning into the bonds of holy Three charming demojsbllei
matrimony on Octobe'r 28th. unofficial emissaries to .-l
Orin Mitcham of Ecorse, Mi- from the British Calribbe ni'- l':
chigan, spent a week here at deration return today to college
the Sans Souci .and was com- at the .University City, Jamaicj,.a
pletely captivated by Haiti. Miss Austin Clark, .,Barbad6s;
The grandious pew Ashton Miss Muriel George,,' Antigua; ::
villa, atop Morne Hercule was ana Kathleen Robotham, JTanmk:'b,
bathed in champagne last Wed- caica, spent a very enjoya~le'.I
nesday evening. The genial host summer.vacation in Haiti. They j
was "Burdett Ashton, the occa- speak French fluently, and q. :
sion, his birthday. little Creole.
Chief accountant of the Na- Mrs. Paul Chenet and son Pat- .
tional Tourist Office Andre Sup- rick flew to New York Friday ::
police celebrated his birthday to join papa interne specializ-'.'"i
with camis, Thursday morning ing in surgery at the Bellevueiie,
at the Casino. hospital.
Miarie Jaeger went to New.
Joseph Sejourne of Scipa is York Thursday, the same day as,
leaving today for ten months Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jaeger return-:
study in Argentina. ed from their Stateside vacation:-.'...:
Mile Josianne de Matteis left Henri Novella went to -France' ,.
Thursday to continue college in this week-end to take up a .10-:
Washington, D.C. Mile de Mat- year study of medicine. -
teis's former departure date Felix Laudun returned Thurs'.
was postponed owing to illness. day from visiting his talented
Genevieve Attie accompanied pianist daughter Micheline' -int 'i
her mother'on a health trip to Paris.
Richmond, Virginia, Monday. Jean Robert,. Philippe .and :!
Mr. Fred' Kroll and Mr. Kings- Paul Estim6 are Paris bond by
land are in Washington confer- boat to resume their studies..
ring with Knappen-Tippetts- Gerard N. Leger of the For-;
Abbett McCarthy. eign Office is leaving next' FM' ;i
Architect Robert Baussan of day on a mission tb the Organlt '-i
the Ibo Lele is New York bound station of American States in
on a 15-day business trip. Washington. .
HFene G. Korbjornsen, tour Hubert and Axel Etheart an
manager" of Southerland Tours, Claude Gentil motored to Ciu-
bamboched his fete at Cabane dad Trujillo Saturday to see the .
Choiicoune last night, folks.'
Arriving today is Mr. Walter ,.
Sternberg, President of cResort I t*
Airlines:. He is accompanied
by his assistant Mr. Charlie
Evans. This week the Mme Vve Fritz,.
Mr. Joseph Trouillot, labora- Hogarth .household welcomed.
tory technician at the General the arrival of Liliane, a heal-
Hospital, left for Montreal, Can- thy baby girl.
ada, on a WHO scholarship. The stork paid a visit to the
Mrs. Lebrun Cuvilly, daughter Victor O. Craan household this
Rolande and friend Mavis Ars- week and delivered Schiller, ,a
cott entertained voyager Ber- bouncing baby boy. Mom is the
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SMGR COLLIGNON RETURNS Marie; Senator Fernand Pros-,
per, Lt. Lecestre Prosper d
SSai S- '' ''Tuesday morning MIgr Collig- his wife' Major and Mrs. Pa
r Champ de non, Bishop of Les Cayes, re- Tomothee and dau e
'. turned from his fund raising
Mars mission to the U.S. Mgr Col- ARRIVAL OF DOCTOR
": lignon was accompanied by Reva CLAUDE LAFONTANT
.. Oi-. Oi Ionda- Jean Jacqies Des- Fathers Le Tarte, Tetrault, new Monday, September 1th Dr
;.:.:...6t d Monda" Septe ber. 15.th Dr.' ,
-t allies left the Champ db Mars superior of Notre Dame apos- Claude Lafontant, son of Mr
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.4 and -went to Ar.ahaie. tolic school, Bebard, secretary Georges T. Lafontant, sailed.
On a high pedestal on Champ of Les Caygs bishopric, and home from France aboard the,
':, de Mars surrounded by Sablier Jacq, diocesan director of the S.S. Colombie.
trees planted by order of Empe- works of Les Cayes. wardee of a Haitian g
ayes. .Awardee of a'Haitian govern-
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Sustain [ ] Dessalines ment scholarship, Claude Lafon-.
:had "4 etly tod ih a c6mpos- BACK HOME tant left for France in 1947 to,
"p with a sabre held
g:e m posiin witha sabre held . Returned home last weekend study medicine. After studying
highin his right hand. A deep A view of the new Curacao Trading Co. Branch in Auf Cayes by the'Panama Lite:- Mr. and six years at the Faculty of
'4W, deep bronze vergmg on black he
deepb ergingnblackhe Mme Fel ontPellier he received his de-
was dressed in the military cos- OPENING OF CURACAO Les Cayes was the highlight of Mrs.'Jean Bo, Me Fel-
e'6 : on,. cienne Beauvais,: Mr. and Mrs. agree, and spent, two years.as an!
;.time pf _th: d.cy cocked hat TRADING BRANCH the social season. c e B
a.: .aS ,E. . Moise' Dana, Mr. Franck Fau- interne at S~te hospitals and spe
,'m c a O*. "'" .' . 'I'
fBoneys bie ing' e e"rs' "v -bert, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Poux, cialized in legal medicine in.
: sin of being: disti sodrIAL HI i IGH-T The.fete presided over by ',
:, o. ,. ,- .- ti:. SO-L HI H ... L accompanied by their daughter Lyon.
a 'ae ons often sai e. day. Septm-' branch manager, took place on -.
;' be lst-g*of tfi Curacao .. ,"
., s .loog- a al o, sto Lg of Ci curacao the roof of the store. Leaders
e, thin ran,. ,n of the fomintinity. government
p"entz-b. i .bLohxd tng'tie and military officials attended
:'db dJ o f.es4' the inauguration' party which A
af. ha, chn'a, Mdts. -O 'I lasted way into'; the night.
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' I '',Mr. Dick Leegstra,. genera':' .
t ,. I Oh -holiday in,.Haiti, staying .
S.... manager of .Ciiracho. Trading
it .'is 'enftenary. Presi- where Auine oniparte stayed
Jhees z Paiq ae s ty Company in Haiti, stressed in.
Si M exi whose he [Chez Paai Lecleirc were .
S:, -a his .opening ,address that this
.on the cob ~i Rosalie.~King~, 9f Jamaica, New' .
i ..,-, .. .' branch has been openedto faci-
as '.~Ioton Y6rk, and her sidtvr -Naid Te The '
-.to ot a. ot .Ilitate service to6 the loeal im- .
I -' "set ai ',henourable dKings,. .W~ho are -'both school l \
. ... .. porters -- same as if the past
,eapea to Paris on a diplo. teachers,.arrived on the 9th and- "
S. lit better service.,
,a.;mssion awith. a -ecket left toq soon, on the the 6th..
:4 lr' -geen. ba~ ks ,to cdm- They- came after hearing won .
-n atst to* o .ab derful things 'about Haiti ,from
otu f "De'sscahes" :ParsWa frienl' Katherinie-qIunbam. The .'
.Wi an.woolly. n tosha snce met the Presdent .
anonmst oh ey 'narnd AMmeNe Mahgloine [ st she .


aCeo-::.t e At the Presdential command i I ':
ota tot e. y wee given a trip .o ther .
lq.... at a' goiod:' prd" 'e i o the 'Cita de e, '. nd
,.,. d-.have,-nce Seen> 'e yler h A I ...
t QH aitti around Port, uidet ,the per-
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ITHE -HAITIN PRESS Pripant4.vidd

d d the absence in features, of .Le National, are f Haitia inteletes .andedu-
rss. Association. -the front page editorials, devot- caters met M. .MBoi i-of Sene- ;
Tl i tase c olumns to-. ed'to eulogy of the government, gal, and his Haitian -wife,. nee
h Maaiti Sun. carries a .and .the charming habit of.pho- Raymonde. Sylvadmr.
.fm ieeatig.of the Jour- tographing its own correspon- \ r.l M'Bow ke on aspects 'gru
ub and will see to derts in the course of multiple of hisork as direto f a u
t- aims proposed interviews. In one issue.alone ral edatiojet . ioeo. Snea -
-.ict near- to ,lpDk#; Othr.'
iadoptedby this organi- tephotos'o .NotreReportenga r antisr Hear ti an "ife. Oner
'" '" in action numbered 10. ,, spears we r. Mars,
Dr..rPresk.ir, nLi-uteiaait. "Prp
D, 'e 'Meafiwhile all the others have Dr. Pret
i tPress -as a groupperked up. The 58-yei-dld ::ae nan, Loinmmer Denin, lRene '
esio or active Noullite installed a e, Dt. Yonne. S in,
an'aptoheshio s- orgactie h'ot and Rar' r of the Hall- .'
individual orteletype, first in the Haitin an d Rlph Brown of heHai
i: ilelhe es e r. epre e, gpoe'as by '
'[fi' O t. di-,. d ,ally >ners. anod up owe d o d a n tfan A ohmb an D estituve 'dsn,
ked -roess since th.e be- long. This step givgs them the
of.August, i.e. sinci the lead in world coverage, ,and the .orges Sylvain, teon Laleau
g.of the high-p red,. ctivitis of some .sprighy an. ai n e, Ri eg no .Be
M .dal B.' gess crow. a ,, narLd a. ld Jean Bti erre were
eled, a ly-edited Le Na- young sgmen give t adva
L" .., h-a.Br arere a o '
softh financial back- social-nes' .. w The. ouvel sterg .is. .









.te.ant. and': rs. Georges ,Lau- and -motaers,'* frcinrj -'H .p an ea 'r'"!: e
i t the -depat srewdly edited,- and 'its coin- .
tt s '' MEETING OF TKE
a".nd he frills o pentaries oi -m .on hi- aper E lba presienr of r"y
S '-c'b .' 'e oft'e . MANAG NG, ,MI' ''TTEE .
.. urite photographs ol Ge' Food, s









P M 'pml.4. u lE |" ' '-" "' '* ,watch for a tiaby food "ad :t at' an d "" ratiotio" M'ilk],- --= ' ', ' "
.iS the ** '' *. eming ins nicely for the .di ty . Grant's .: .. l
-,al,. ay p'le dtratiExlc g.Mr. The
S'"'L ,. n Full of.cof S idepy oei hf-obrve Pfoud; aents, :ein i*
:'" '- e n Mdiin which claiit'a the .Te managenrient of the jour- .. .
j.'. new world. [and dter ined o t 1tof your child, Fand vin r ,
bti gest- circulataon delayss .feai- nalsts, c held a meeting Fti-- ,i a :r h . n
g e.litqkll competition i ahis aby .or the. kid anid ofth set
t E urba. ,wide. for'eigr hews cov- day afternoon at 4 -in the aresl- .er n t' '.
ME,' d ;'ra-.'S
s1 :Ctontest t j is c bby Vande Im a rize go t
in op of local dence of Mrs. mmeline arrr o son o e '-

podbos, commentary*, .on, hiis- paper El AUbas. presidenT ofthe '
".d 6l ture...[Ed, ,d i al. ,f S Joseph, Nadal, id y
SERVIE o andecoiomis, fl i isah er cl ub. .
. ourite photographer 's nodql h Geber's Food, Camay SF.ap.
1is usfly noted '. .. v ..
''at os ARRIVA "Gwatch for a iA'aby food *ad that' and Crnation- Milk], an
.. "... journal ,:ha s-s ost ARRIVAL OF GERMAN
11,... wil appear bientTt;. Entants- Ver.BelleCreole and the': Rpi-'
1.1lay. to ay .significance.is the AHNISTER ...
".arei coining in' nicely for the Tradiftg Co. [Grani'd Whi N
":Catholic daily -LA Phalanges. His Excellency Mr. Theodore i Sun Kidd o d] .. .
Hai Sun Kiddy Photb.Contest. ..for Dad].'-
It, reports. the .plain, facts of Suss,'Envoy Extraordinary and .
budget deficiencies, etc. ahd is Minister .Pelnipotentiary of
alert to. everything. Western. Germany to "Haiti, "ar-
r. Ved iour Capital from iava
-In 'Haiti-Journali and in cLe na We4deday. The new repre-
Jour- the emphasis is' as intuch sentatlve, of western -Germany .
on opinion as on news. will, soon..present.his' credertials
Not to be dveri-loolied are-'the'- to the Pres'lident of the Re public
number of little weeklies, somd an0 return to Havana where ie .
with hband-set type, who are, vow will make his residehqe. Thurs-
ciferots, ,if' not very influential., day- night the Germaii colony
Th outspokenness of one ',Le feted the minigber at' Nobbe-
`:,D- ributors : Journal, caused 'grave concern Bondel's Beer Girden.A-4
tW LIAN KJfl, in 'official' circles. ,
tt li au Prince PRgSIDENTIAL '
LD IROCIE, Some of these little, papers, INSPeCTIO .r
SCap-Haien like the radical -Constitution- Wednesday morning at 8 His
eDESquiON Succrs, nel and aiilti Democratique, Excellency the :President of the A .
'r" '4 often have a lot to teach their Republic inspected all the bran-
AUEOIS, bigger brethren. On the whole ches attached to the Secretariat AR.IIG .OON-- A ew Ahipmert of ori'Minors. Fast'
A: Ax Cay the Haitian Press, spurred by of the Presidency. He visited becoming the favourite small' c'ar of Haiti.' Economnical,
iOCARD & CO., Jacmel competition, is getting -better che SIPP, She translating depart- well built and reasonably priced tel Morris Minor.seats Jce .
PHSNSE ARTEAGA and better, from day. to day. mnent, the archives, and the of- in cominfort. For detailed info on this prze British auto see '
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and Mihister of call for a further investment c
A A'ieurtelou, signed a $300,000. At Port-Margot where
with Mr. Robert Baus- .the tourist paradise will be l1
'n san- a former Secretary of cated, the State will undertake
State for Tourism with re- the drainage, dredging, an
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4, gards to construction of the pro- sanitation' measures over th
ject. area.
The 75-room hotel will cost Soon work will commence o
$4 0,000. The 'preparation of the resort near to the 8t
:t .the beach, the construction of Wonder of the Moderh World -
-: the swimming-pool, of golf which will help make Haiti th
courses and tennis 'courts, of West Indies Tourists' Paradisi
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I;,'. COUNTRIES OF.AMERICA one took place Wednesda3
S CELEBRATE NATIONAL Messrs. Edmond Laporte, Pr,
DAY'.,I SEPTEMBEi del Pompilus, Edner St-Vitc
.. and Dr. Clement Lanier'acted a
i.,r .. Sevei. countries of ..the Ame-
." 'spokes.i"en; 'thetird one too
S- ri : continent celebrate their rdoneto
ay is ionth. Theyplace Friday;v- Messrs: Felix Ma
.i- : .- a & a Rica,. Gaala El gloire" and 'Ulsse Pierrp-Lohi
r. . .bsta R ica,..G te ni ala, E l. ..
:Salvadfor, Nicaragua, end.- on- delivered speeches,
iluras .:.on the '15th, M.eIco on
PRESIDENT OFFERS
.. th th, .and. Chili. pp those I OFF
: : i 7 TO 9 PARTY IN. HONQOU
l-occasions the *Societe 1ioliva-
OF LEGISLATURES
V?:. arienne d'Haitia organized fes-
-t.rivals on. the MBC. broadcast -His Excellency .the Presiden
_'station of the Republic will offer a
:i..:i The first one took place Tues- to 9 party today at his residehe
i.. evening.. Messrs. Francis in La Boule in honour of th
.algado, Rend eCAe; Athanase Legislative body. The invitation
San Mr.:Cleept Lanier was extended Wednesday morr
c' eas pokesmeni Thd second ing. .
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Billed to arrive in Haiti next
month is Marie Jean-Franvois,
talented West Indian dancer, and
her troupe from Trinidad. Ma-'
rie herself is a great folk dan-
cer, who has probably done
more than any other single in-
dividual both to explore and ex-
ploit the native folkways of her
people. A teacher as well as a
virtuoso in dance, Marie has
raised the .forbidden and des-
pised folk music and dances of
ihe primitive people to 'a high
place in the artistic world.
Slim,. tall,,' attractive Marie
Jean-Frangois has travelled -and
'performed throughout Europe.
the United States'of America,
and South America with great
success. She has recently re-
turned from Brazil where she
appeared on television and
screen, and won high praise
from critics for her grace,
charm and skill as a dancer.,
Where she did not dance. she
studied or .taught dancing in
schools in France, Switzerland
and' Spain: She even gave'a per-
formance at the fabulous Folies
Bergere which attracted produce
ers from all parts of the world.
In Barcelona, she produced arid
danced in a show, specially de-
dicated to' the national sport ol
Spain, .The Dance of the Bulls.-
Accdmpanying Marie Jean-
Francois will be Melvin Jones,
versatile American dancer, who
has studied Caribbean culture
and different type* of dances.
He recently. left Detroit to part-
ner Marie and is one of the few
skilled, technical dancers to
possess. a Katherine Durham'
Teacher's Certificate.
Then- there are Cecily Forde
and Cyril Jackson.,
Cecily is Trinidad's No. 1 fear
tured soloist on the programme.
The talented artiste is a credit
to .her native land.
Cyril Jackson, Af*o-HatlanI
ace drummer, is known from
coast to coast for his variety,of .
cultural" rhythms, and has been
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