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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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ZRNARD DIEDERICH
EDITOR .

THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER


VOLUME IV


Port-au-Prince,


S Republique D'HAITI


Freighter On Jaci

Tug Comes 1
With strong wind and equal-
ly strong current driving against
her four and a half thousand
tons as she edged out of the
Jacmel harbour Monday after-
noon, the S.S. Triton of the

HAITI TO HAVE
A FLYING DOCTOR
\~ '
Morning or 'evening glance
sky-ward and you may be re-
warded with a historical glimpse .
of a small yellow piper cub air-
plane banking and flapping into
the breeze as Haiti's first fly-


srident Magloire showing. a -maliogany statue to Watter Stern
reRsett.. .aesortAinsgre. a summer qm.ein La
*. ,i sSterinberg called .p the President Tuesday morning
discussede' the tourist 'industry.

' .. a S. 'S, U emsg'.s Dirctor

Of Techael A steneAsserts


d.,.Viting Director- of Unesco's Arriving here Sunday he v
cal Assistance, India's whisked up the mountains
Mdalolm Adiseshiah, in an hour- Le Refuge where he was: gu
lig interview at the Natiotal of Minister of Education
Palace Tuesday noon reassured Continued on Page 5
.ressmen that the Marbial Val- FOOTBALL GAME ENDS
Ue, Unesco pilot project was IN MANSLAUGHTER
alive, far from dead, and in fact Late Friday afternoon
a eal success. Poste Marchand a man
ihe .tall, bespectacled Mr. Mal- killed in a squabble over a f(
:Adiseshiah, who dresses ball. It appears that the 1
nd-talks English like an Eng- with which some 'syoungsl
.l.sh college professor, is Indian were playing an imprompt
iorn of a Brahma family and game of football struckla pas!
jIndian educated. He was pro- by. The annoyed man went
:fessor of economics at a Indian seize the ball and a deadly fi
tUniversity when 'Unesco invited ensued.
"him to fill the position of Di- The unfortunate passer-by
tort of Technical Assistance. Continued on Page 16

INew U.S. Ambassador Presents

, ,Lettres de Creance To President
In traditional solemnity at the dentials to the President,
tTatlonal Palace Wednesday Ambassador made the follow
-morning Mr. Roy Tasco Davis address :
Handed to His Excellency Pre- Excellency :
sident Paul E. Magloire the I have the honour to pres
clettres de creance, which ac- my letter of credence as A
credit him as Ambassador of the ba'ssador Extraordinary and
.United States of America to nipotentiary before the Govi
HIalti. After handing his cre- Continued on Page 9

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ing doctor learns how to han-
dle the controls from an expert
"brother' "
Continued on Page 2

THIEF FAINTS AND DIES
AFTER BEING NABBED FOR
PETIONVILLE ROBBERIES


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A daily reported -Friday that
Hermahn Cantave, who had
been arrested 10 a.m. Thursday
and charged with breaking, en-
tering and burglary of the
homes of Joseph Cassagnol, Guy
Beliard, Ziki Mourra and Mme
Khawly, fainted and died at the
Petionville prison on the day of
his arrest.

VIOLETTE IN JAMAICA
FOR FIVE MATCHES

The Violette Athletic Club, af-
ter postponing their departure
on several occasions finally left
this morning for Kingston, Ja-
maica, as the guests of the Jama
ica Football Association, for a
tournament of five matches
against the best that the sister
isle can offer. They will be
away for ten days and should
return on the sixth of October.
The delegation will be led by
Roland Montas of SIPP and
Max helio Joseph with Andr4
Mathurin as coach -. . Yvon
Dorceans will captain the team
which will be as follows :
i Continued on Page 9


. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th


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RONY CHENE', r.
GERANT RESPONSABLN.


1953' No.
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mel Meet; Florida
el eet;lorda PERSONALITY
ro .Assistance,. OF THE WEEK
Dutch line lost steerage way and iTf you ask' iriti.WVtlsoi theIs
slid side-ways, onto the outer sdcret6 of sutcess- ..ewiUlg
reef pf the Republicts most dan- y6u that,old traIa-la .hardi .ork''.
gerous harbour. ad -application to.;y'jJon.t:a
All efforts of the Captain to he' means it' iFaii t'WiloI
budge the ship from 'her posi- built himself up. into oneo .'o-
tiori on,the coral reef failed and leading 6ommergants,'.f tleth .R.e
Port-au-Prince informed at 11 public by dint'of rel 't ess.0on-..,
p.m. immediately dispatched tbe. centration on his work fan
S'.S. Pygmalion to her'assistance.. plenty of that Frank Wilsot us
The towing-off operation, proved tie. .-
tpo dangerous and the Pygma- Theg chb."tty" :
lion' returned to Port with the baby-fced Ja-
hews that the Triton was taking maican is a
on water from a large Bole .in ro.'ugh. custom-'7||
Contiviued on Page 15 a .er 'in yth.ng..
that has to dos)"
Pou Toule 'Moune with b"ta"g
Apprenne Li ing. He out:
strips competeti:
Mercredi passO, Antoine G. tors by beating' them tp..the ,
Petit rassemble quelque moune .cision and he inspires his ia-
nan bureau I'Unesco nan bicen- bour not only by promise qf re
tenaire-a pou fai ou ligue-. ou
Above -all his own ex".,.ple_1 .;-..-
montrer l'aute moune 11. T6' above own extplet.,
gan la Madan Lemaire, L6on La- business bustle. Whether.doi 'E
his 'abrupt meringuing at fliou- .
leau, Fernand Crepsac, Charles his abru meringuing at u-
coune or dingout with-h
F. Pressoir, L6Uo Faublas, coune dining out with......:
Ulysse Pierre-Louls, Pasteur wife ar a restaurant Frank WI-"
sqn.'is a businessman firrit- r
Beaty, Michelson Hyppolite, i n Pa.. .
Continued on Paga 12".
]Morisseau-Leroy,. Bernard Diede Co
rich, Marcel Desroches ac en (IIDY CONTEST
pile l'aute me~sids. Send a picture of your.
Yo d4cide pou yo fait oun child under 5 year in to
champagne pou toute moune rider P.O. BOX 488 or our .tt,.
Continued on Page 2 ficeon the, ExpoSplfoe '
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A view from across the pool to a wing of the ndw hotel Chou-
coune. [See story on. page 3] '

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Paul Weesner, Own
Of Hotel Riviera


Flies To Town


.HA'IT'I SUN.


ler


Paurl Weesner, owner of th
Riviera Hotel, flew in from Mia
mi Saturday morning in his
bright new twin-engine *-Ai
(A Commander.* On board were
well known Florida architect
Homer Shrewsbury and Warren
Holladay-of the *Stonnel & Hol
loday Aircraft Sales and Ser
vice' of Easton, Maryland.
-Mr. Weesner on .his first
visit since the remodelling of
the hotel, was deeply impressed
by the woaik done by manager


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Max NargU, architect Homer
Shrewsbury and assistant man-
ager Jenks. Owner,of a resort
hotel in Acapulco, Mexico, and
e boss of a freight airline, Wees-
a- ner was very optimistic about
s Haiti's tourist feature. Before
departure Wesnesday he .told
e friends that he is willing to sink
still more money into the hotel
and enlarge from 50 rooms to, 76.


A4 MAN WITH 25 YEARS
IN THE SAME AIRLINE
Lunching at the'Hotel Rivi-
era Wednesday with manager
and Mrs. Max Nargil were Roger
and Mrs. Jarman, Mr. and Mrs.'
Fortune Bogat, Andrew Mon-
teath, the Scot Brazilian PAA
Chief, in San Juan and the fam-
ous. Mario Martinez of PAA.
Mr. Martinez, traffic and sales
manager for PAA's Latin Ame- I
rican division, was recently
awarded his 25'year pin for a e
quarter of a century of service s
with the international airline. '
Born in Key West, Florida, Mar- 3
tinez. joined PAA August 29,
1.928, just ten months afte; the t
airline made its .flight between t
Key .West and Havana. At that r
time he was -only the traffic s
salesman, and clerk in PAA's of-
fice in a-Key West hotel.
Last November, Martinez was
named traffic and" 'sales maria-
ger for the Latin American Di- 'S
vision one of the key admin-
istrative posts in the division r
whose routes now spread over a
more than 35,000 miles. i
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CONFERENCE

French Ambassador Bercego: C
Sde Lile went to Peru yesterday
: to attend the annual conference s
of Frerich Ambassadors accre- I
dited to Latin America.


HAITI'S FIRST
FLYING DOCTOR
Continued front Page 1
Haiti's first air-borne doctor is
n6ne other than energetic Dr.
Louis Roy, head of the TB Sana
torium, directing the campaign
against TB, and president of the
Haitian Red Cross..
Learning the art of flying
from brother Col. Edouard Roy,
chief of the Haitian Air Force,
is no hobby. Dr. Roy purchased
the little two seater from Miami
in order to save time, keep up
his practice in Port au Prince,
and visit patients and clinics
throughout the Republic. To
fly by the regular air line today
often means a stopover of one
or two days. Another serious
problem that Dr. Roy hopes to
rectify with the aid of his little
plane is that patients from the
Provinces, after having their dls
ease arrested in the 100-bed
sanatorium at Port au Prince,
must spend three or four mor6
'ears hanging around the city
while they take their cure. Now
he hopes patients will be able
o return home or to the clinic
nearest their home and to sub-
ide with their family.
The doctor is expected to solo
within a month.


UN FOUNDATION ;
SCHOLAR IN PORT.
Iranian Sifolah Tachakory ar-
rived in Port au Prince Monday
afternoon to acquire experience
ri fundamental education on a
UN scholarship. He will spend
most of his time here at the pi-
ot project at Marbial.
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GOING NORTH .
Canada- bound on a scholar-
ship is Dr. Herve Martin of the
Hospital Justinien of Cap Hai-
ien. .


Mr. Michel Woolley, linotypist
at the Imprime'rie de l'Etat,
flew to the States last Friday to
study at Rochester Technologi-
cal Institute on a one-year
scholarship.
-:0:--
Maurice Lubin of the Census
Bureau clippered home Tuesday
from six months of studying
public administration at the Ge-
tulio Vargas Foundation in Rio
de Janeiro.
-:0:-
Captain Frederick Thum is
the new addition to the Geode-


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th


tic Survey in Haiti.


KIDDY CONTEST
Send in pictures of your chil-
dren under 5 as soon as pos-
sible. The contest closes in Deu
cember. Prizes go to the win-'
ning kiddies and to fathers and
mothers, from the ,Haiti Sun,,
Joseph Nadal & Co. [Gerber's
Food, Camay Soap, .Carnation.
Milk and Quaker Oatsl, Canape.
Vert, Belle Creole, and the Haiti
Trading Co. [Grant's Whiskey:
for Dad], and Clapp's Baby
Food.


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DO YOU HAVE. TO TAKE MY PICTURE' Es-it necessaire de
ne photographer? Said modest Mile Alberte Silvera as a
member of the family snapped-this one. Alberte's parents are
Ir. and Mrs.'Albert Silvera of El Rancho Hotel. Although un-
der five years she has a persor ality'that even the camera can't
completely catch. Entry J.o. 5.
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Pou Toute Moune- Apprenne Li


Continued from Page I


gouvernement-a aprenne toute
S pbpe-la 11i.
Pou commencer yo rduni oun
'agent pou augmenter journal
Ar .onn issAnces-la .pou toute l'aute
lo t journal djstribuer'l bail abonn6s
fohai yo. Ya'p' rdu enco nan deux


naretch and .

m^ i --1 ,.^ nan radio poui mtdresser toute
i or- i0 years moune nan campagne-la.


Carlit6 'Pressoir mapnd6. 'pou
S organizer oun semaine cil661e,
1 pou totite grand 4crivain cri


journal publier oun colonne en-
creole.
Antoine Petit mand6 pou cha-
que motne qui conne li montr6
cinq l'aute moune li.
Pou publier live en crdole ya
pr'alle mander chaque imprime-
rie pou bail trois'heures gratis
oun ou deux fois on temps en
temps.
Toute moune bien d6cid6 pou
fai oun bagaille pou rider pays-
la soti nan route-ca-a, pou rider
pbpe fai progres.
Leon Laleau, president com-
mission l'Unesco, dit faut nous
bataille ac nuit'ea-a pou'nous
fai jou louvrf sou toute pays-a.


o un article' ei rolel, lou todte Par F.M.L.


Above, as seen from Chemin des Dalles, the reconditioned
AIR-CONDITIONED Aux Cosaques. The beautifully air-
conditioncd restaurant is famed for its tasty Haitian dishes '
such as Tassot and Griot. Something to b,e se.n by all is...
their Rhum mural, a masterful piece of work. .


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~AY, SEPTEMBER 27th tIIAITI SUN.


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square
massivev
:ends is
clubs i
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SChoucc
Scoune
Sj.Hotel
" mecca
few w\
comfor
-which
how to
hotel C
, in the
: cently
deed
liant
it has
the A
Fifte
Mrs. 1M
ti's to
the in
one of
be pro
Stores w
py me
opened
dent o
friends
.:With
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hotel h



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hall tb
15 full
ditione
Sits ba
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the gro
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guests.


New pool and surroundings

NEW HOTEL CHOUCOUNE

A WONDERFUL ADDITION
the corner of the most blue skies in clear waters, is
ful park in Haiti, the huge, curving, floodlit, and corn
at Petionville, arises a pletely tiled, and the green ter-
*e caille which on week- rain around is ,attractively ter-
s one of the poshest-night raced. Visitors enter the new
in this part of the Carib- hotel by the cool ground floor
the- colourful Cabane' lobby, stop to look at the little
oune. The Cabane Chou- fountain with itsenamel king
started as an extra to the fish under the unusual tortoise-
Choucoune, unheralded shell light-shade high above.
for the discriminating At left swinging glass doors
vho like the best food, lead into the lounge with its
rt, and that honey touch large cushioned chairs and cou-
the Marinis know so well ches. Special features of the
give. But now it is the restful, lounge are the verotex
Choucoune which stands walls, the soft indirect lighting
Caribbean landmark. .Re- and the silent air-conditioner,
enlarged, refitted and in- which is cunningly encased in a
transformed by. .the bril- striking piece of mahogany fur-
architect Joseph Salgado, riiture. Visitors pass back
become the big rival' of through the lobby to the main
class hotels in the area. bar done in solid mahogany,
een months ago Mr. and nicely decorated and dignified.
larini, full of faith in Hai- Beyond the bar is something
urism, decided to offer to new for Haiti : a spacious and
dustry another new hotel, classic banquet hall. The ban-
which the nation could quet hall has a curved head table
>ud and of which all visi- and sufficient table pieces to
would long cherish the hap- serve a presidential retinue.
emory. Last week they Along the hall are venetian
i the hotel for the Presi- blinds and a huge mural of colo-
if the Republic and for nial days done by famed young
of the family. Haitian painter Luc'kner La-
modest pride the Mari- zard. There is space for an or-'
d Max Elie, the perfect chestra. Not far from the ban-
bost, announced the three quet hall is the Marini made-to-
bf the Hot1 0Y-Choucoune specification kitchen and pantry
%f garden for dinner dan- with everything in the science
the evening, a banquet of cuisine. From the pantry a
at will seat over 150, and dumb-waiter takes piping hot
-sized luxurious air-con- dishes to the second floor or to
d bedrooms, each with the roof garden. Manager Max
ilcony overlooking the Elie pointed out that the hotel
possesses an ultra violet ray
tower of the building sterilizer for all cutlery, etc.,
breathtaking revelation, and every bathroom will be dai-
sitor passes through the ly sterilized. Besides service
vooden Choucoune which stairs, there are two public stair
comfortably honey as ever cases from the ground floor.
ie new Choucoune. On One is a spiral on the outside of
>und floor is an equipped the building which seems to be
sium where medical prac supported by sky hooks. The
will give massages, and other leads from the lobby to
serving the pool-side the second floor lounge lit by
The pool, reflecting the small lamps from Mexico and a


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work from the city's best factor-
ies, a shoppe made of and selling
local materials, a loudspeaker
system for easier car-parking,
and. of course, the supte- a cui-



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sine for which the ho
always famous. He is
wv-n obtains a reservat
the :-?aw Hotel Choucoun


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modern chandelier. Then the
unmatchable bedrooms, each
with balcony in individual col-
'"ir scheme matching grapes,
bed covers and bathroom. All
sound proof, air conditioned
rooms are decorated with paint-
ings by local artist Raoul Du-
poux, and some have sisal flovw-
er pictures from Marbial made
by Unesco trained students.
Every bedroom has Belgiqm
system telephone enabling cli-
ents to telephone any other
room, bar, garden or pool di-
rect, or to employ an outside
line. There are three apart-
ments suites for royalty -
with all the features plus. Then
the roof garden, with an un-
mIatched view of town, ocean
and mountains. The view of
Haiti at night ranging from
Boutilliers to the lighthouse of
La Monten is breath-bereaving.
The roof garden, first of its kind
in the, Republic, will feature
diners-dansants four times week
ly. The piano [for Ernest
Lamy, of course has a presti-
gious position and af six-piece
orchestra will be seated on
glass steps.


And there is more to this ho- u ir ... .... rnntuiANP- 14-month-old Joel Abrahamt-Marks
tel. Two bungalows with c to- is really big. for his age and has a vocabulary much beyond his
tal of seven rooms. Fine wood years. Entry No. 4.





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cHAITI SUN*


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RETURNkD BY ANCON
LAST WEK l
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Returned. to Port by the S/S
Ancor last week were:. Dr. Ro-
dolphe Augustin and .4gliler
Nicole, Mr .and Mrs. Charles


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: aetjens, Mr. Raymond Cele.tin, "
and "his. wife, .student Quy Fau- SUCCESS AT LAST
''bert, Mine Emille Roumnain, r.. Theocles Abel has finally succeeded in passing his, baccalau-
: Marcbs Talamas, Mmes Carjen reat exams after six worthy attempts. His friends c4l1 his
:.Chrles'and'Emerante Magloire, diploma a certificate de perseverance.'
`1les Louise -- and ,Hi"' .- NEW MODERN HOSPITAL.
.' A group of Haitian. doctors are planning the building of a
large modern private hospital in Port au Pince.
'',' ,ORPHANS' DAY OUT i '
.- '. ." .. ., 85 little orphan girls :of the Soeurs de la Saline school were
-. ;. taken,-to'Diquini by, the good Sisters last Satutcay and given
their-first real picnic. After swimming in the. Burn's pool
iUi 'fflvOi ^ '/ *.they were slpwn Mickey. Mouse movies by Vintoniand Mrs.
:.. Burns.. ltilo HAkime came across with Citadelle Kola and
the boulangerie St. Marc with ,cookies.
.I4DEGIRG TE. OPENS HOUSE.
Nexti .Su.day .the Jacqueline. Turiari kindergarten will
'hold 'its tradibibnal. open housL for parents, pupils and
Friends.
.'
4 0 A-*1.190 of Britishl Guiana left Saturday to continue his
-Vis!tbg'.ish throwo the world. Mr. Allsopp, a fish ex-
..'T. *; ,,.,h.r;oe o week examining FAO's fishery.pro-

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"o'.l.eau, i .p.i.4e .Morisseau;-Leroy,. was, astonished td
.n^ learikt '3th..hat.'he was one of four children of a coffee
gp:u-- .etl "I 4,'tb.r beele'i dly ave a half-sistet'., he co'dfided
tA us; l6iges. From ePersonality of the'-Week, ,Sept. 13th

'., *.. 4. Mr. eanihli.prespattacihe.at-,lthe Argentine Embay, broke
: arm'last Sunday at: 11.30 a.min, ii a fall at the Embassy.
: .do...-gadb' and .Clermont are doing the setting Franck
*n-, Roy.AA4 jtant:anager pf the.. I.Tbo -Lele is recovering from
"a .broken ke:- a po61 6aecident.






day n h... ...ove u d ,on the
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RARTI~D 'A 'e- TTE SMUGGLING : .




r1 Thursday e g und, 2. o'clockban'WagenE of the Inspeo
~i H& ~'i ~'erdnesd mtt ring-to smuggle Chesterfield .-cigarettes
SNoted at the cabotg cainewh arf this week doina brisk busi-
whmadae sarnsgi was Alixo Fohe bru who was sell-
E--.tho- ini fro.e e f the Beau Rivage Hotel -. trop de


















;"-:r ."ar nite se, and two big numberss, he is 're- -:0:- .. ,
?% ,l, t ;'" ,-'ald a errtIn 'y s.'m. ..
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o -f s qo ff. waii^n u call. Miss Lilane Filippi departed Sa
v i Servief-th rbur nabbed four th sais weeks of the /S
I J Heres tte m g to smuggle Chesterfield .min cigtra ettesion on a



















ill o en P Igentrme .anew store scholarship offered by Jimmy
Sse. ashort. textiles. Locat- P'nton." 'iss F'ippi is the




















1^^?^ "^^*^ ''*^ *rue -Travflirele7eNo. 312 sixth Haitian sent to the U. S.
.. A. journal of' e reortthat threePs a'of tlae S
.:, Tr ajan. were cu recently stealing_, smug..'cigarettes ..
. '.". ca g .h. t, I , .. ,., 'igar t es '.
:".SNANAr. VENDOR". '
*-.,..otd at the cabbage ,wharfthis.wekdorin'a' brisk busi-

...ness:. with ,.madahes' sards, was Alix'Fombrun who was sell-,:'t
'$igwhjbltaerejected:'ananas:from:,Gonlve.,s. ..



~i "t".Ir'lRo.' Alr' C~oiidianr., ,.way' last wepk In 4 .nnaRussell's name Mouio.'
'.t1rrlCoalhoid;ryakoa[-te- littlee sh'ow. With seccrd biling "
qli,'r.k." 'ls do guarantui an th, and two big #4mbers," he is Yre- -:0:- 1
-nix! d.v_ : e .good. mention in re-' LI'n
f'mf" atI'cigt.,......i s. ..I"'y .alL. s L iaippi departed
-'"" : v iew s.
'.. by PAA this week for. Hampton
.... ..... .hernIBerto Patat% I' ..b ttsnezsz.admn :rati on a
j: W I IoNAU w.nil opeben''bent~t a'new store scholarh'p offered by Jimmy
.. selling nssotqd textes. Locat- Plnton.'Miss Filippi is the
diing d,. on:rue -Ttavebsie re, No. 312 sixth Haitian sent o the U. S. e
TdE,, 44 e face. eoseph.,. Berio's ohZnJim y Plinton scholarships.


FEATURES NIGHTLY ..
From 8*P.. io I AN. .m.
'Orchestra
Ouftanding Ariists
Toleore Show .
ENIIERTAINMEXT PLS

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th


Gilbert [Boubou] Vieux is ,Serge ,Lemaitre flew to Nei
opening bientot a fashionable Yoric last Saturday to stul
*mraison de couture, featuring :public finance, commerce al
French dress-makers as well as accounting at the 'Foreign Ce
Haitian. ter.:
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U.S. cultural attache Homer Mme Rene Colimon, wife"l
Gayne is back in Haiti for only the Haitian Minister and Ad
a month. His new assignment ser at the Embassy in Washi
may be Costa Rica. ton, and her two children
-:0:- rived in Port Tuesday.
Proprietor of the Oloffson ho- -:0:-
tel Maurice de Young is present- Chavannes Douyon of 4
ly hunting tourists in the U. S. Cayes will be absent from.
.0'- philosophy class at the by
Swedish .born .Fred Tellander, Petion. and Toussaint Lo'u
circus artist, is back in Port af- ture these next two yelf
ter visiting the Lesser Antilles. Teacher Douyon, an ex stud!
of the Ecole Normale Superie l
-:0:- left noon Thursday to study,1
Mrs. Emm.neline Carries Le- a scholarship at the Fisk',
maire offered a 6 to 8 party versity at Nashville, Tenne
last evening in Bablofe on the sociology and physiology..
occasion of the 3rd anniversary ; :-
of her newspaper and the 2nd Gilbert Noel, Casino slot
anniversary; of the journalists' bchine technician and, assis.
club. ( manager 'of the Desulme, PlaI
.0:- ., factory, is observing his f&te
Roussan- Camille, member, of day.
the Tricinquantenaire 'Commit- : ::-
tee,' returned Thursday from a. .'On :hb.r. fourth visit to Ha.i
tourney of the south. itJsbheJunee'Griffij. ".To
.. ..-.0-- ,. over. fpom San Juan t. Ii
Professor Ernest A,.indor is Cynthia Poley' wedding.
h'nie-friom ., pleasure trip to the :: .-i .
United 'States. ... Sturdy ughbt a "
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The a.' B6rtis-,r d' i` : r' ;9a "eb "
the coffee crop in JaCe Tues ddes'k irt y
day after a weekend in' fb I t 'ay ' ...
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rial A Success, Unesco's Direcior

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A- Liautaud' at lunch. In
.,liuenig from 6 to 8 Mr.
f' Aglion, UN representative
iti entertained the dis-
'gihed visitor to cocktail.
0oMonday morning two autos
pd .-ajeep carrying Mr. Adise-
h ,%ir.Aglion, Gabriel Fran-
sf iA ..charge of the Marbial
project Lei o Faublas Director
I ithe. ecofin of Adult Educt,
Lon anid Mr.'Pasto'-of FAO set
ff. for MIarbfal. -..The trip over
ads washed by. seasonal iains
bk four hours and, the two au-
.were abandoned for the jeep.
'Tuesday looking spry and fit
i r a fatiiing trip Mr. Adi-
shiah visited His Excellency
nident. Magloire in La Boule.
descended to thq National
!iaie; and met the press.


He mentioned hq had just come
from an interview with the Pre-
sident and that he had found
him to be person with rareuzi-
derstanding of all the problems
that beset his couditry. He paid
tribute to the Presitent as an
outstanding Chief of State in'
whom Unesco' and the United
Nations have a great. friend.
The purpose of his trip to Haiti,
he said, was 'to' talk to the Pre-
sident, Unesco's' national com-
mission, the Department of Edu-


project ever launched by Unesqo, had rer
he said he was convinced that; ance, wl
this programme .of fundamental ters did
education was indeed an out- ter five
standing success, is lasting and distance
deep-rooted.., Seventeen other, Unesco'
centers have been, modelled .af-, providing,
ter Marbial.. He admitted that ment. F
they had made mistakes but ists 'to s
they-also learned from Maibial. visit Ma
Hie Went on to state that Mar- selves t
bial had made more progress Mr.'- A
than other centers and he:clas- ence in
sified two reasons, 1) Haiti has to conti
some of the 'best technical program
knowledge in such "men. as Lelio oit the
Faublas,i C G riel Francois, Ber- ----
nard, Douyon and the late Mar-.' The


cation, friend Aglion and to see tineau, 2) he had met
the result of five years of close' the regional leaders' of
association between Haiti and They understand; hu.s
Unesco, 'to report his findings to' .to go ahead, so this pro
the 68-member states. of the rural committee


Mr. Adiseshiah stated that
one of the important character:
istics of 'newly independent


countries is I how- to


pendence in helping
'opening the conference Mr. the villages and coun
eshiah coiveyed the greet- a- better life. He cam
iof Un! &'sl'director general -he said, how we are
mentioned the close rela- ofe characteristic of
"this organisation has held countries. After his v
Haiti since its beginning. 'Marbial Valley,, the


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:eived financial .assist-
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not receive, and now af-
years that financial as-
has been stopped, but
continues, as before,
g) experts and. equip-
He invited the journal-
ome-time in the future
arbial and, see for them-
he results..
liseshiah left the' confer-
time to catch his plarie
nue his tour of Unesco
mes scattered through-
world.


some of:
Marbial.
aid, how bi
gramme,
r' is 6n-


rooted.
Marbial is a real success and
.Unesco hopes to send people to -
study the .pilot project, .to learn',


use inde-, how to improve.
people in Through the interest of Presi-
try secure dent Magloire, said Mr. Adise-
ae 'to see, shiah, a center at Bayeux on
using this the north coast was established-
democratic without outside -help and is man
'isit to. the aged by four graduates who
first such :tudied at the Unesco center in i
Patzcuaro, Mexico.' Mr. Adise-
shiah -thinks that' with the co-
operation of the five Haitian
students now studying in Patz-
cuaro, Mexico, the President has.
z tthe idea of foundihg a new cen-
ter, perhaps in'the south, with
a. view to' giving the complete
country basic education.'
In the field of technical as-
sistance Unesco is using every,
endeavour to make technique
available. In. this respect awar-
dees of scholarships have 'been
sent abroad with a view to ac-
quiring necessary knowledge:
Unesco, he said, has U)en busy
with adulteducation ancl is also
keen on helping the young, spe-
*.. cially in the field of rural nor-
osr mal teaching.
agreab Mr. Adiseshiah praised the
efforts of Unesco's national com-
a new mission particularly its presi-
at de.
over dent Mr. Leon Laleau. who has.
lore done considerable work. He

-fuel stated that;, this commission is
ere. one of the most outstanding in
ngej. Latin America.

ieri Mr. Laleau, present at the
e Conference, replied that he
| shares the eulogy with Mr. Mar-
cel Desroches, an important imm
her of the commission. Mr.
Adiseshiah concluded bis con-
ference by stating thit co-trary
to certain rumours Marbial is
far from dead. He did not know
i what was meant by =Marbiol is.
dead.. Marbial, he explained,


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i e are not oing to wait until after, the event before rais-
ing the alarm. Even though accidents have been miraculouslyy
!.,K low, the fact remains thit. road traffic in Port-au-Prince during NOISY ADVERTISING
th', last few years have become exceedingly dangerous. The
iew roads'out of the city are'straighter. and smoother nd. an The Editor, Sir: Who would
invitation to rekless speeding. like to.join with me in boycot-
There is a'tiple menace. Nothing is harder to resist some- -ting the products of, all adver-
'imes than theemptation to put a big new car through its paces,. tigers who use noisy forms of
t' iev..n'ttough the auto vWas built for very different highways.' A advertising? I refer particular-
fast a neverr made a fool' of any man, but a lways.y to trucks equipped with loud
h l. .. -o speakers.
.qual more frequently dangerous than foolish car-owners, I contend that it is one of. the
a ie the care-free taxi and damionette drivers, who either com- rights of ci,tiens of d free coun-
ei: t ,ipettively or. for the sport,. hurL their vehicles past one another, try. to pay1, attention, to advertig-
sto st ead in mid-rdute, to pick up passengers. That little red ing. or. leave it alone. With all
la ey carry often meansI'm a menae brother .noisy forms, that privilege is
tbey, carry often means,..I'm a menace, brother.,
Th third menace we find edmes from some-bf the ambiguous withheld. In effect a gun. is
aftenimadebrtburning vehicles. We have often paused stuck. in your ribs and you are
S nmysiffication whije a trick driver cqndu(ts a. brisk:symphony conpeled td listen. But you are
l. : .'-hl'ef~lhaida.. We find that .i- we' i.undcrstand .the sig- not compelled -to buy, and tlere
eewairded [if the -cide is.a rtedbythege- is the weapon to fight'with.'
.we'~are -rewiarded [if the aaertedJ byother, ges
Snot ambiguous, ut 'ethr furious o ru When this island gets- a little
T traffic. Department hasl soThista sensil signs, less bushy.' i will have good
S ced a ficIghts. T"mp precautioar regulations against unnecessary
and well'$'ced"traffic lights ,--dmpkte fhe'a precau"- nary --,'.'
hn,.nqoi j nsa : a w.esp re, a sety ca noise, It ca-t't ,take money
A ress is 'sigis the public ust be from tourists who have spent.
S siouS th.alt, tIa'tcould well enjy' all the bene- still .more, to, get here. and then
id i kee 'ea off t high .ys annoy. them 'with squawNking
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he loud gnification.
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SU.S. State Dbpt. VIPS Here

SV On Two-Day Study Tour


acostiai, a U. S. Navy
* n.e, swept into Bowen Field
Saturday afternoon and un-
ed handsome Californian
ongressman Donald L. Jackson,
blaitman of the subcommittee
%T'Ihtkr-American Affairs of
the House of Foreign Affairs
Oommitteb, for a two-day stop-
'ver on a 18. Latin American
:countries study tour. Also Mr.
Robert t. Woodward, assistant
of the auxiliatry Secretary of
.State for Inter. American Af-
fairs, Juan Manzaranes, member
of the subcommittee, and Ed-
ward W. Darant Jr. of the U.S.
M.C.

Mr.. JAckson on arrival, told
n ewsmen he had visited Haiti
twolyears ago and that in' his
flight over the capital he was
astonished at the progress made
n. such a short space of time.
e' .'mentioned the excellent re-
atioils based on mutual respect
,n d .reciprocal understanding
:tat has for years existed be-
twen Haiti and the-U.S. I am,
dsaid, "-articularly aware of
Important progress made to
-rove the economical and so-
situation -'of the Haitian
people, and which are the 'result
o"be effort made in common
cotformably to the Point IV
p: pogramme. I
',,hough this programme is
'.y one example of the inter-
I.t and respect the United
I states feels for the peoplee and
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the government of Haiti, I think eum I
It is an example of great im- group] I
portance, because it proves in ed comp
a moving way that free peoples- pecting i
ruled by free governments can monweaJ
work in common and solve the the gove
problems they are facing. I am prospect
happy to be in Haiti again and.
hope to profit by my stay here
to contact the people of your* 5
beautiful country again .
Saturday night 'Mr. Jackson
and Mr. Woodward had talks
with Minister Pierre Liautaud at
the Foreigh Office, Mr. Charles
XFombrun, President of the Sen-
ate, and Adelphin, Telson, Presi-
dent of the Chamber of Depu.
ties.
The visitors spent a busy'
pasaiqu
Sabbath touring the Cul-de-Sac dOMA
out as far as Fond-Parisien EMILE I
examining Point IV projects, In the evening the touring digni-
taries dined with the Chief of|
State an'd members of the legis-jfln
latures at La Boule, celebrating,
the closing of the 36th Legisla-1
ture.
Monday morning they flew off
to Ciudad Trujillo where Mr.
Jackson had a date, to deliver
an address before the Domini-
can Congress. .
Mr. Jackson is held in high
esteem here in Haiti. It was STA
he who spoke up in the U.S.
Congress last May and suggest-
ed that Congress extended greet
wings to Haiti on the occasion of
the 150th Anniversary of the Jane,
birth of the Haitian flag.


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.' "pi .le 5 -sSol:.E'' nters as a wonderful King Creon dres-
S' 'l 1 : i spd in the uniform of chief ru-
b ii I CrH0re AC lI ral police before his vodoo al-
S; won last May a national contest tar 'ready to kill the niece Anti-
-Great acting for any ..gdage,.
~i r'ant'ha, acti'n- for any '. age.o with .a play about the birth of gone who disregarded his order
any theat:, aso... .. .. f t.h the 'Haitian flag. And Bon- not to bury Polynice.
an comments mdde of CIo vis.
t mentmaeohomme: acted the part of Dessa- On the fourth of October, G
I,'4J6nhomtie's personfificatiOn of.
onhome's pesoification oflines. .le was also an excellent p.m. at the open air theater
: t~ eon-in Anfigons last .
g oon ..in A o Toussaint Louverture in Bierre's Massillon Coicou Theatre de
:;ne'.It Was a- revelation
umer, as L'Adieu. a la Marseillaise., . Verdure Morisseau-Leroy will
or..nqst theater goers,..hany. of
or st theater g, oers.. any f. For more thbari 20.years; Bon put'lup again with the same cast.
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St&ching 'nd~ acting. In the ole a ,ec6gnised literary lan-
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RETURNING AGENCY MAAN
Felix Dejean who entered the
tourist industry on the ground
floor returned last weekend
from a tourist promotion trip to
Chicago,- New York, Montreal,
Havana and,.Sah Juan under the
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Felix reported that most travel
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ture on .Haiti and thpt, only a
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th

150th anniversary this January.:
HI told the i Sund that Canadi?
ans were very much interest
in Haiti and asked, to be se
pictures and posters relating to'.
Haiti and its touristic possible4
ties.
VIOLINIST COMING
It is reported that famed
French violinist Henri Se-
tar xill soon arrive in Haiti..
Send in a picture of your+
child under 5 years, tob
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U.S. Ambassador
S ts aLettres de
S ea To President.
S toninued from Page 1

i~ft' fE Your Excellency.
A, a young man, my heart
stirred when I read of the
uggles and achievements of
t founders of this great inde-
endetit Republic Og6, Tous-
mint, Dessalines, P6tion, and
others.
SDDuring' the 32 years that I
4'have lived and worked among
..the Amercan-Republics, I have
p visited Haiti' many times and
have bad an.opportunity to ob-
.serve and appreciate the quali-
P'jties of your people. Before I
-came' as a visitor, now I come
to lire with ybu and I hope that
be- regarded as. an adop-
eda'rtSi'- the Republic.
I present the. letter of recall
m. my.distinguished predecessor,
Zh-tonourable Howard K. Tra-
';. ho: loved Haiti,
ib'eavig the'. Paace Ambas-
-. -otDavis, who was accom-
pied by M. Robert Folsom
tlst .cretary of the American
.-mbassy in Port au Prince, Mr.
i':avs Post, 2nd secretary, Mr.
Ao1'in W. Black, .3rd secretary,
,. captain William M.. Rakow,
ATtNa'al Attache, Col. Robert J.
trMason, Air Force- Attache, Mr.
'oom er Gayne, cultural attache,
tWent, and laid a wtreath on the
tompb. of. Jean-Jacques Dessa-
's 'yies. Then went over to the
,'t-Jonumnent of Toussaint Louver-
ue and after placing a wreath
'I1the. foot of the statue 'of a
iained slave, astonished by-
nders with his recitation of
dordsworth's poem on Tous-
.t Louverture from mem-



*TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE
T"houdh fallen" thyself, never to
-rise again
: e, and take comfort. Thou
hast left behind
S powers, that will work for thee-
gr, earth and, skies;
There is not a breathing of the
common wind
.That will forget thee; thou hast
great allies;
Thy friends are. agonies, free-
S domr
And .love, and man's unconquer-
able mind.
.'- Poem by Worldworth.


VIOLETTE IN JAMAICA
FOR FIVE MATCHES

Georges and Gerard Kerby,
Andre Rippert, Jacques Louis,
Raymond Crepsac, P i e r r e
Phelps, Lyonel Blanchard, Jean
Cadet, Gerard Elle, Gerard
Haig, Hugue Dellnce, of the
Violette Athletic Club.


AN ATTACK ON A
JAR OF CLAPP'S


-CA BON' this five-year.
old youngster has no time to
fool around with a spoon. Hire
he is digging right into his de-
licious dessert of Clapp's special-
ly prepared prunes with relish,


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Abel Leger, Antoine Jn. Bap-
tiste of the Petionville Club;
Joseph Gaetjens, Raymond
Rouzier of the Etoile Haitienne
Club;
Roland Lacossade of Excelsior
Club;
Paul Derosiers of Aigle Noir
Club.
, Travelling with the team are


and the aid of all .ten fingers.
0- er 25 years of experience in
preparing Baby Foods have re-
sulted in the f.ne.t foods ob.
tairable fo-r the :..ou;-,-r cet.
Constant testing and exper!::,en-
tation have produced a va:-iety
of prorluct which are ioKt only


Messrs. Reynold Sam and
Charles Robinson of the Cap
Haitien Regional Football Com-
mittee as guests of the V.A.C.
during their stay in Jamaica;
Mr. Guy William, Mine Max Le-
lio Joseph. ana. Misses Jicque-
line Sassine and Madeline Domi-
nique. Mr. Jocelyn McCalla
will be guoaattlerm1 'L, team


We extend to theT
wishes and sUccess b
off the field.
Thursday night. Vi
letic Club held a
and talk-fest at Che2
Carrefour . Plans,
aspirations concernin
cess to be in Jan
aired.


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appealing to the eye but to the Bazar .le la Poste, Bazar Na-
taste. This variety in the Capp ltional, Georges Coles, Maison
products makes it convn, -ient Simon Vieux, Me Joseph Mag-
and easy for a mother it. pre. lio, Bazar Edmond Phipps.
po.re !.versified and nutritious
miaals f-or her uungster. Ekclu..-.-e 3stributor in Haiti .
Clnpp's Baby Food is on sale INDONIt. IMOURRA CORP.
at Bicnara Izmery, Au Lincoln, Phone 3513. -Advert.


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M:" PRkSIDENT ,SEES of important movies in the
(-;1'1 RECONDITIONED RIVIERA French language, is in Haiti
Sun hay evening His Excellen- studying possibilities of procac-
"y the President and Mme Ma- ing a film here and using Haiti
gloire paid an, unofficial visit to as an outlet for- French films
--;, the Hotel Riviera. After view- for the Caribbean and Central
S..ing a folklore show in the air- America.
..conditioned bamboche room Pre
,.ilent. and .Mrs.. Magloire were
PLEASED WITH
shownn the grounds and redecor- I EL CARP
ated interior. by hotel owner .
1.Plaul .Weesner "tan "and. ( fish "expet T.' Shimon
M Nargl,, an .ida as very pleased with the re-
F 'cted.t Hohie. Shrewsury., cently imported" carp, air-borne I
-T' 'epi-X Wdent- was said to6'have fr+.i-Israel'. ,They'ae probably t
, .s.., . T e. ... p, ,
&ery"pleased with tlihe.use tithbest species of carp inm these
Of 'l;l^:.,,.atherial in. the r6emodel-, a.ers, and had .-ubled .their v
S .. .. eight in two weeks after- ar-
i A state is -aleady. ade
t ODU ..': ':;. .. leg e the oth-,fish into t
'N AT ".:-.t waters..of the Republic.
ind who has s" were 'set free., in
A lumber r a e and tches ,


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herald Columnist Jack D
sited town last week.
ON ARMY "J
RIAL COMMANDER
NEXT MONTH
sioner George W. San- I !
territorial command- -
Saliation Army inX Hotel Ibo Le
meri 'qand the West Le |
di..e. visit Haiti Oc- | .
through October 8th. "' .
ui-Eraivged fror his EvyTuesday'andFridaj from 8 .n. io 012 p.m.
ang" d fo' his
es e opening of a ryMondpy from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
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H m.-ho,&2368 or .., above 'sea-level.
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,EEROS OF INDEPENDENCE-


:-anticipation of the Anniversary Celebrations which comn-

on New Year's Day, the sHaiti Sun, will publish from
to week short notes on Great Figures and Great Moments
'atafl history before and after 1804, taken from writings of
cading authorities. Today we begin with Toussaint Louver-
n our chief source is Leyburn's historio-sociological study
Haitten Peopleu [Yale Press].
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i orn a slave, Toussaint was
t rtunate i aving a kindly
master who permitted him the
r ,of'ofdim which gave: him
{eisure foi reading. He studied
eagerly, devouringg all accounts
he could find'of the military ex-
Sploits of Alexander the Great
nd Julius Caesar. Apparently
da took no part ie b the slave up,
sing; -on the contrary he help-

, d his master escape to the Uni-
SStates and later regularly
ovidh him with money. Then- realism. When a newly arrive
himself went to the Spanish ed Governor-General tried tc
rt' of the island, where he stir up dissension between the
Smi a on blacks arid coloured people; o
ade a military reputation in
he rnthe principle of divide and rule,
e SpanishrSolonial army.
Toussaint had him promoted out
IeAccompanied by the black of colonial office. When another
ire.ps et -had atc fn thet-Frn
ops he ad captained inthe group of commissioners came
ioa iish color, y, he fought en- fie agreed in conference with
gements with several Spanish them that the i'emaining Whit'es
itdclnnents on the way back to. should be expelled for the sake
t,-Domingue, and soon achieve of peace; as soon as this was
jthy return to France Of all done, however, hp effect( th4e
territory Spain liad recently hominationr of both the Chief
on from her. Seeing.that' his Commissioner and General La
effetiely 'trained black troops veaux as representative of the
tere as yet no match for the colony in the- French' Assem
'disciplined British, he ternporar- bly, sitting in' Paris. Under
withdrew, from public sight guise of bestowing honours, h
order to build his army into had got rid of every white per
coordinated, smoothly-frun- son who had the slightest claim
ninm machine. Then he not to rule.
nly defeated the British, but
a.ced'their complete withdraw- -' The First of the Blacks., as
Q "from the island. He freed Toussaint was called, is a be
General Lat'eaux, whom hen wi ldering anomaly and full o
d il.prisoned in'Cap Franricais, contradictions. He had beeri a
theei putting his own corn- slave' for fifty years before 'the
Wanding'officer under personal insurrection,- and was to live
bhigaibn ito him. By 1796 Tous only eleven years after it. In
saint was lhe undisputed hero of that short period he became one
is soldiers, and through their of the most talked-of men in the
,PVaise,.of the "mass of black ex- world. His, Spanish superior of
slaes; .moreover, the French ficer had said that -God in this
Commanedr trusted and respect- terrestrial globe could not com.
ed him; even the whites of the mit with a purer spirit-; the
forme#'regime looked to him Frenchman,' Lacroix, remarked
with hope-for they had grudg- 'No one approaches him without
ihgly to concede that, black fear, and no one leaves him
though he was, he alone had the without respect., Even his ene-
poWer to restore peace and or- rnies paid him homage: an Eng-
d*.in the colony. lish officer, as 'a man, a govern-

xxx or, a general, and a good citizen.,
Theblack General now began When hlie died Wordsworth
tok.show himself as astute a po- wrote a moving sonnet "to him
litician as he had been a' skill- who had strengthened human
ea soldier. He had a romantic faith in -man's unconquerable
streak, which made him assume mind., Yet Toussaint had been
the prophetic surname Louver- a deserter and a schemer, and
'ture; but beneath the romantic- ruthlessly exploited his power
ist7 was a peculiar diplomatic to achieve absolute authority.


XXX
To many Toussaint was a h
with elements of saintliness.
. the overheated atmosphere
prejudice and hatred in St
iningue he pursued a calm I
icy of moderation. Under h
.anarchy 'and massacres came
an end. With an army at
beck and call, he used-..fo
only to maintain freedom
his fellow blacks and to defe
.the colony against foreign
evasion. As nominal Govern
General after 1799 he revive
prosperity, inculcated discipl
as an antidote to the intoxi
tion of liberty, respected
.contracts, and was a friend
law and order.
XX


The brilliance of Toussain
rule was first dimmed and th
completely extinguished by .
rising star of Napoleon
France. To rebuild Franc
colonial empire,, and to effe
ively reach Louisiana; in ord
to establish an American E
pire, Napoleon had to destr
the power of Toussaint in Sai
*Domingue. This he dld, "by
despicable knavery which
among most disgraceful mi
sures in his career. Toussai
who credited Napoleon and I
clerc with far more honor
than' was their due, was lur
into captivity and died in a di
geon high it the Jura mow
tains of the Southeast of Fran
It is' strange that this ve
table genius should be so mi
ly hopoured in Haiti.
The homage of the people
paid rather to his success
Dessalines [next .week Ha
Sun] who was ruthless a
above all successful.
Englishmen have greater
miration for Toussaint, t
A style of Liberty. America
havcnost regard for that
ginee ing executive of super
ficiency, King Henri Christop1


Kingston, Jamaico

AIR FRANCE TO RUN
CARIB SERVICE
Air France will commence
Caribbean service from Mia
in November, Mr, Robert
Green, jnr., Southeastern D
trict Manager for the airlir
told newsmen in Jamaica 12
month.
Mr. Green, who runs the
cently opened Air France offi
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His own deep conviction of
special mission to lead his I
pie from misery to security
always for his apologies
more dubious aspects of
character.,


ieo- interest t-e travelling public present tim e.
has and Tourist in the airline. Air Air France will also operate a .
the France has been granted per- direct service from Fort de.
his mission by the Civil Aviation France, Martinique, to Paris. '
Board in the United States to TO STUDY IN FRANCE .
operate a service between Mia- Four Haitian foundationscho
Four Haitian foundation scho-.-
ero mi and Port au Prince, Ciadlars, Henry Arand, Jean Be
In Trujillo, and Antilles, Barbados trand, Leon Louishomme .an,..i
of and Trinidad. Jamaica is not Felix Lamour, flew to. France .'
Do- included in the service at thP Wednesday.


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the formance, prove economy, in your next big tcar, Contact
in your local Ford dealers Luciani & BehrrMann.


Sct-' .
xde. -On sale at: Bichara
n- o rhave Izmner.v. Au Lincoln,

oy been recommending Baz ar. de la Poste,
ntoy CLAPP'S BABY FOODS Baza National. Geor-
nt- longer than any other B N.
a baby foost ges Coles. Maison. :.
is Simon Vieux, Mine.
ea- Joseph Maglio, Bazar
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SPerso au ty f l W k and his contribution to ur- pa
Sbanism he was decorated by co
(Cn.ibed Irom Page 1) President Magloire with the Na-

Soned and third and will stop 'at working for Frank Wilson. He tional Order of Work, rank of
any time to sell you a Dodg9 or opened, up his own Exide Bat- iChevaller. He declares that
-.a i tractor. He prefers to d6al in tery Agency- and began rolling the erection of these buildings
-.:"big..machinery --there's only a down competitors on his road to and those that followed has been
'i. r'nmali profit in merchandise lik& success. Working late into the made possible by the climate bf
.'. cloth and curios. Then he turns night he schemed and calculat- peace and security offered by
h!i: s, hard. earned dough into solid ed, and from early in the day the government of President
al .'estate like the Shangri-La talked and moved fast through Magloire. This year was opened
*.rite6 d by .-the. Ambassador of a variety of business deals until his' Magnus Opus, the huge
S r. the nine houses, which Frank Wilson' and Company [F. $190,000 Universal Sales Corp.
,Zeca l"ed Cite Wilson, and his W. Wilson sole partner] Was the building, the largest dommer-
,Jatet' overshacdowing heigh- quickest developing commercial cial building in Haiti today,
rs....n on. Gros .Morne,, 'which house in Grand'Rue. boasting the prOudest flagstaffs. *
.'.and" tp family' 'moved, into On display in the huge show
e'This is is palace. .As. Ther were, of course, all the cages and even overflowing into
t .tl Englishman put it,'' difficultis .of modern industry the, Rue des Casernes are the.
'4!W wor.djui luxury.; shiny, to be faced war conditions, Austin and. Dodge cars for which
ew it's not the sort of home import testrictlo ;, labour trou- he is the local agent. He also'
-e.s4? abhes.s op ihe floor-or .bles, 'and business disputes. handles the lucrative Sears Roe-
s feet up its the show once, infLriaed person with bubk agency. ,
'speciali y the kitchen whom he had business dealings After this' magnificent edifice
.h-has every. ei'ectal' gdI- ran amoek with a machete and 'there' can be little' doubt now
,nto "thed. uisiier' tooIk a' ciink of Franck'& eightt thatt Frank W. Wilson is one of
",s '.a be0ea.u ii. crea- hand, Bqt Frank was. prepared, the most successful 'commer-
d .accept. all'the. knocks as well gants in the history ofte Re-
as .ali the bouquiets of fate:,' public. .. .
'.':.h.le-ag.d.l.Jut sprightly -He married twice and by his. .Al this has made. him. the
16fl.wsqn .could look- backd' second .wife, thbe Haitienne Li- eivy of other businesAmeni who
.. ca p e for a 'ianne, h.. on cdhild,'tie pretty qutl the reasofi for his astoniph-
.4p&Ioi;g.arI e career f0ur-year-old Carol,. the. darling i'g success., But he is Willing
v.esadentuett Jmaica- of his heart. tLilianhe, who was, -to tell them.: Hard work, appli-"
eia atdhe came ove '.and ik- his: secretary shares his actionn to the iob, asd of course
itn the sl" ethusasm for hard wrk that Franck W. 'Wilson' .hustle.
i ;i teavn. man'agW Fy:-. .";'traxikm W1 ""'iranched but Frank is presently butling
gos- i to building:' .the..palace a-La through one of his frequent bu-
S f-f,;saw. the -,as Boule the.finetresidence .oP Av- siness trips to Eastern United
,i.t aske nue an eriae, the Cit States cities, vistitig ,the home
Ban6ldnh d Wilson a d now rds. brie offices. and "factories' of the nu-
." merous' Companies he repre-
S "-" sents.. ,' . .


Chic e -'<,NEW TOUR'ISP
COMMISSIQ7 /
^^FflH g"ii~y ~ i~uhi .a point ,
UT.RT M h TOeES. :.' government has appoint-
'#A -, .. aed a comminssionto keep an eye
S: ..on the tourist industry. Meen-
.ubpneuers of -the commintte are: Capt.,
SLucien Scott of the Police De-
*. pi'artmeht M. Gerard Baussan of
_.1 ', .'the Tax Office, M., Jacques
"'.pe., e qui von donneTd, 'Riche, Head of the Emigration
S' ayanages'isprs sand .
Un' e i-p he- tabfr ... el and Immigration Service, -.Dr.
ni..e,.-' narche.stablle'et.donce. .
.4-: .'Ins de tisUte de dkapage Pdys, specialist.. at the Depart-
i..'ne carcases.eezt-r tante. '
S.+ d'm tne' teztii ngalb e r a ~n ment of Agriculture, and, .
W u' r. e6 nl pi 1 lu p l'. fierre Chauvet, dire ..- Lhe
National Office of Tourism.
FOOT DOCTOR HERE
Miami foot specialist Dr. J ,:V.
S Blonde Is In' town at the Mon
Marnps le monde, Reve on his second annual visit.
rt lude Dr. Blonde lunched at Aux
^G'' e Cosaques Thursday with Dr.
2 ,I'e1.av que sur Louis Roy and Mr. Franck Mar-'
.'Fn eua de tor t '
a miarque. tin and expressed' his desie to

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J'wn0 a sn tates F has a new
-''. .*- i*^ ,* _... .- . .n de :' .. -- 0 "? W ;. .. ,"
'C_. :IV1__1 *.... ':0:.- 'se ;as gone to work with Mad-I -- --"i'-
,-- .....V. ..
epLaevening th re was a ;n and o.n6aives. r. ra earner, e
S.. ..."-. i.", .. . .. "
tfi ,Jane tb t yigie Deni. e e .., otre -e, -y ;Ucne e"Tp Edith- [,iegel. .T Iiele returns tdy.: ,' : I
a e h ; -^ '.ena s ..: -, ,. 1 ':- ..:-. .. '-: .. . ; ".27 1Q 3 aa ,2'. ,-
'. !.W..5 penh..- ,. ,, hauer in La 'aBoie-"The po- i aa cas today with her two ... O:,.. -;..:0: :. :
.. pular costume bgas.ea sa .. ons Robert ad -redy, a Wlda .a Ad er ,s
M.- r. ,Polley is as et& ithe .International Congress of .-.".' t ,.. c,",nng h grand V. '
ctr Company alk Surgeons to, be ~ n-I Brazil ., .,. .
:e, .. .f o. .: 9 esoay nrique riguez" parents Mr and Mrs. Fantz.
iisleof. the" 'Cathe- efrom the 5th hrougAh. ete 9th of"-. '. '. ...
.oly Trbecity last October. ge l. dite he t at Le C. aes.. flew ,. o ", in - 0 d. A dr N cise orm, !
Mino. .h i 'wif op e y .. '- .M e l of Hascbi n-,- bf I -qat,-.- I.U
.e4' T i last:. .-..*]ei. ., 1 ...o -..fro.m .....f-ro , k .. : A1.: .'i ;,
., Mrli inr linggedfe. ren hthe- -dh Sates Tue :Xo1 trou de,-e b a rc In
oloing the ci ch ceremony sence his ssi.sta t -Dr. e . .e ..'.. : une f ,t -e '. stdyi.. h; at-.- e- -';e't
T ecepton heldat teP1' o- will mhna hiso clinic > r Friday MieAtin dson da-A .. i..
wa.'- sM -r R"" .. -'s. 1 O -" -. &. :..:ae t.t .. .e .-

l ldpiba wen .n to l.e ".S 0 . ... I .
...aoa:-.e. -1Min o t r. h i .nfe ..'ig-Ii.8..a- ..- i -I'-...-e:-'...--, ... .... -.L..n is .. .. 1. .. :,T w .. .. ... I-e -- tro, .. -- .



re'rside nceNo. N" we Fau- -0.. fna health, RoT So- "d m thr and. - -' a 1
md one I, I 1 . ; n nJ" ;/. I '" :-' m ., .return ed t Ki;P h 'i ; : *;-:; :^ ;- -- 6 wo |j m ..


Acp-ert -n -o..... f- .'-f. io . I t v t 1 te o. .' "- aeg'er .
y 4 ,Iv-.., O. :. 1 F-w ed"ife a re beck r o a nth States, -r. a.. .o-.r s1 -,n..b'=-

'i.,d.h. Cam1leLeon therewad I L ene Ro. en t New - Iv
". :O:i .- .' ,- coveringg from .i- a stoma . a l .
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. ... .. ball chess Madane yvn aHa- -York this week to, vacation fo, a n ar. ..., ...-
Non Cor I.e.os .st ..co *iiAss. ,, 1 1 . -
,- K ine tRmapel, a 'net a] co l mdnth with ister De sen e V diti . -'. e '- ..
c ftm N e t r 0-', ,'. ',
.e . g ,. . .. . - .. , ., .. ., .. .o, . 1 '- . .... .* ..- : .1..
7 y .. -l..t. P l /:: .. ...n .t e at. .ti th -.; .'- '. o-n.' b..".. "h t . '
ron s b die,. plao e te ,. .- vacation teaoi -l, AJbert Silvera is n he I. .. -;-. '.
I:-- Ma t Jo . - o ic . D on Iue Ii . .. ,. ep t .7...

S-:o _* I r A i eses few -tnhe States C- hi.tn Aime c :e 0
_:,..' 1 Va .n I. Mrs.. e to .r n A-p fl. 0- ...;'. t.
:ge- Ri7er .. an .r. : W..e .teo... ;a. -an
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r. r-:0: the t e s~. -., t n -., .... .. .-,
.., \ gaged 'th s week are .gin. . ..; -.- ..- ... .. .... I i- ,
0:1- ...4-s g: V. pM" . ,fMy 'a.a. . :.. .. -i .. C n and 1Ia. :kie i ,tI. , ".- ,: ,, -_ ,:o.--_ : -,!: V .
.-an eer Kil-f. illard A;1 I` i . rs -t h inax, o s ,e a
-.n i sf the Bu.., a il til -.-, . M--' :. . t I.f. 'see .

',-.- .". T ". Du.ignea.ud. Mr..afoeglas Kingsland .and, vac on n the U g,
AI a -- :0:--- Fe& Kroll turned W. edesd..' .
',04' ' "4. C I "`1
.'4ch wll K f". co'ne .r-
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... ..K.. i I 1;1.aj t 'I-io prjooniig, n 1. kenscoff fro ite I as n confe.A -
. .. . RAKI s..c.. I. .. .. 9

re. 'c,( -. ; ". " ""t_,^ ' derigue Nai de come :
-. accom...-ed' b his 4...`n p L ,:: .. .i B- 9 ,are, Mr and ,Mrs Raymond ence. ." ..' e. a .f.ison

ector ae '.b' o a' 'Etienne..who tied the knot of W e.hi home4 ;gsob


d o ne s l., . .. H e- L hCataie ..ln ...... .. m eve l .,,.e ;. :I,' .. ..re .u, t, K. W 4 % d..4

-' Te -. d- ..- Haitian Army, accompanied by in e :iaii .. . "..
oa o. D e . . .. ... . .. . . ', .. ; : 3


and Dr. :I from New York ity a month hI wife. and Mele Elsie L eveltI' .: '.
% eri m ItL bo d Ti t ,'P'' F :' " .. r. in '' "' tec- a .....h """ ... " ..... ":1


.Bhe iel.h vaato. .. da.. htr of Brigadier Anto1ine M and Mr: Ma' De. l a ., a. -1 I,
.I .i M.. -.0:. Levelt, ,'th ef of Staffa- f the Hai- companies d thei .daugb'terd Ni- .e l,. t -e . ... -. ,
f. "i the Notr. Dai.e.ithe-' .yder of New York a I this w- ,,.e.. "week. .1.1-.- r ,

,in Port-au-Prince a ron' es .:. I : -.-- frst pee- new -!7 .,
of o ur was 1."oime d4dah a1 . '-:0: Arthur O'Neillo. time am- G.ady. Augelucci flew .w grand g .. ., w eek. .. ii-



!ws Mr. Grard Mine Vieux returned from a- on0 .in Naew York York .:hdad'ditin to the Maud e. Lax&ht
eAt eie heo e mo broad Sunday r ia d was greeted and Califrnia, m I.d Denise .. a. ... us-ehold :ri ed StuIt ,d a ..,
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o. .med by' 1 t. -us. at 4.p.m .He, for.- e., a a Ht i f e. a gher re:f`

by officers whil the Pal- --:0 .the 7th time, e e bers, niece of r. Frantz fine. ..



from Holland !t. f oIar .a lt
band played the Nup- Mr. and Ms. A e Wieer The ma -riag took place in the S A. s r. -:0: ..-..
l sarch by Mozart. r eft fM r Ne w York Friday eth offices of.hlawyer Marcis Dayo. t.opica *oln o r a ... Le Natiep al reported
- ', on0, e A.e small tid 5er Witnesses' .ere engineer-archi- I . o i s . .D u t *,.liIo .Jean-Blan I har
. .t.:' party took place Wed..sday tect Rene Villejoint and Mr. cheeks. -p. d .. ab- w born -T
Snigt at, the Riviersa in their ard Mrs. Walter Don Cameron. :- t hr fm l .:
L.. .. V .. *' .eThe newly weds are making I e 2e at a'
:l!" I .- :- ues ho me in Pet onv... e M rs. Frank Wisofn and a t .. % gh ... :
IMe Mitche llieot di. T:aig . o a





S r d A r- tI we ro r1awy-.d s Jamaica re r a A M tnsee adr for
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Pare 14 cHAITI SUN* SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th

I TO THE sO T H trail will realise this and wvl Cold River which invites you to ours unknown to you unt
A. TO THE SOUTH build the school and dispensary refreshing pauses under- m'aho- now.
A. i l S'AV St- indispensable to a population ganies, those nests of orchids Ed. Note: Since the artilc
Q that is numerous, and thirsty clinging to every tree, proudly was written, many of the sug
[The distinguished Haitian of Collighon whom I found stiff for education. alone as if to avoid the van- gestions Mr. Brierre made, havi
poet, "novelist' and statesman and distant. But- the things he The government would do dalism of the voyager, those been carried into execution. .-
F Jean Brierre contribute, the has accomplish the the South well to extend the road network nightingales that one would '
I? next in our series ..of stories on merits cordial homage' The around the peninsula, because wish to listen to at night under AUDUBON CONTEST
0-'". Haitian townss. . Oblats have built schools, dis- from Les Cayes to Les Anglais the stars, beside the well-belov- WINNER
The metropolis of the south pensaries, seminaries with funds as from Aquin to Les Cayes, ed, the red earth of Beaumont The winner of .Who Wa
is a large city, pretty, neat, with poured in from overseas. The there are breathtaking vistas, which hurls its' richness in the Audubon. 200-word essay w
asphalted roads, and, gives one buildings are. constructed with and numerous white sand face, and clings to your feet, be presented to our read'
tie' impression of being in easy taste. Their schools give proper beaches. and the touching presence every next week.
i dances. teaching for firtufe citizens and where of peasants at.work, their
SI sober cathedral [unencum- .their methods, are modern. The Tourism can develop easily doors decorated with red flow- DEPARTURE OF
Sbred by those statues, at 'the Oblatpriest does not'disappear in a region where nature is so ers. This one's first true lesson. MINISTER HIBBERT "V

foot of which crowds too often into .his vestry, He lives the beautiful and peaceful. But in geography, the richest, most Minister of Finance, Mr. Lu-
-unfurl their superstition rather life of the people, establishes parallel with the construction beautiful. All one's senses :.ar- Icien Hibbert, went to the U.S1
I than their piety] .stands as the useful contacts, with the people of roads and the expansion of ticipate in it. You turn the lea- Friday on a mission, it is said
,.premier witness to the energe- whoseneeds and problems he hotel accommodations. Bowry ves of the'-finest'book of botany, in connection with a guarantee
-tic anda dedicated apostleship of studies. on-the-sea is an ideal country for one written, wisely, patiently by by an American bank, of th
...";'he res Oblats. The Adventist mission on the the establishment of a little the greatest of artists, with col- recently raised internal loan. '
i' es Cayes is prepossessing other hand, labours with a tire- modern hotel one must consi- -,_ -.... --,--- .. ,
P7-and gay and ihe Cayenhe is ele- less devotion to schools, one is der a vast programme for the
i-gatL and pretty. Many a visi- laught how to be self-sufficient, draining. of the vast plain of
fitor, has ,l1ft here the. tatters of how to use one's hands and the Les Cayes.
9l-his e'art. 5 , resources of one's brain. .
:1 The -economic possibilities of. It's fitting to commend e and -the. .
.. the re : courage and, .. .abnegation w.th pretty, Lo Jeremie, the country- .... .
,. .-.z4 e .reg on are. im m ense. Th nere ou r ,, abn t e --ation f D .
side is more and more beauti-" '
>i.e 2,2000 carreaux. of .) plains, which Father Brierre struggles
..,, ful. The wooded hillocks, the .
ated, by' a hudred water i n his prish. .',gai nst i ignorance T" .e -o a
U ,aourese But the .twn is al- and sickness. Th ni hch ve.:alleys where bushy vegetation
l"I ,' . .. .. I' f u o "
t :..os below sea'.leveI, sea-tide he had founded long before the. ses reminiscent of an quato-
-."' ".-"'' -: -rises fremi arrscent o fan s : "ai
s difficult and swams coming of the Oblats dispensed, rial forest, the arbrescent ferns,
E, lse malaria. treatment. to more than 20,000 raising to the sun the warm ges-
tures of their jagged stalks, the
I saw the Senator Telemaque persons.-
sw S r Te- q 0 bamboo thickets, seeming to
e his, balmcoy, .teaching a The .ejoqie establishments a ,
-harbour some grbat human love,
gchd'to salute the.-flag, and the sugar central are the
y t,,..ng.--. c ,d ,t wa' .t irnpprtant the country-side around the .
aita style: .I-t .as like -a tivo most important organisa- ...
ofl fthatcity.of chivalrous tions of the region. They gavz / ' ,- .!...-.,' ,...
tions. A humble woman .employment to many hands But-
,bfthe .people tIold me tle admi- I was astqnished that at Ducts,
Ion and the .10ve whih the npt far 'from the factories pro-
people. bear for Dnr.. Wil-,. dLcing essential oils, there was $
h~ad ,,and the Prefed t only a.litfle open air school -
S.ounL.a t of the good w'th a blackboard the size of a Y .'
e .'ablzomnplishLd. /or the handkerchief.' en one invests -'" -
Sthe liumble poor. so much in such' an important 'P A
r mn=was*iomething most mov- enterprise one should have.the X ." '
.g t,.he".' irtsti:ny right, as "well, to invest 'a little
wor o te F'riars .Oblat moefr be fo m
S F. the form action of fu- 'Design. No. 268.
r ble. I ad nmet six ture factory workmen. Let use
er oagoa bsop by the name -hu5e that the DessaUnes cen-

.... ---, INTERESTED IN BUILDING A HOUSE...

M.'Cu. Note the designer o.f tf his house. and

(. ? ask to see the plan at Alfred de Matteis
Ptudly Presents .,.
my -,:: .. :l oi the Rue,- J-

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Ilwaukee Journal
ravel Editor Here

'J. Gordon Hecker, travel edi-
r of the Milwaukee Journal,
vas here at the Ibo Lele this
reek on an island hopping tour
f the Caribbean. Mr, Hecker
who Is accompanied by his love-
y wife, has "been 28 years with
he journal which is some paper
with a mere hundred pages
aily it puts out up to 300 pages
in Sunday [delivered by heavy
rane] and modestly leads the
world in volume .of advertise-
ent carried.. He liked Haiti
,d promised us he would give
,he 150th anniversary a plug on
is return.
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BACK HOME
Mlle Jacqueline Wilson is
lome' after studying stenogra-
*hy and dactylography in Jama-
ca. .' .


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Distributors :
WILLIAM NARR,
Port au Prince
RAYMOND LAROCHE,
Cap-Hailien
M. DESQUIRON Succrs,
J6r6mie
JEAN BOURGEOIS,
Aux Cayes
BOUCARD & CO., Jacmel
ALPHONSE ARTEAGA
Gonaives.


FREIGHTER UP
ON JACMEL REEF
Continued from Page 1

the forward part of the hull.
Dutch Line head office officials
in Curacao on receiving the
news signalled a heavy salvage
tug in from Key West, Florida.
In the meantime the Triton's
cargo of coffee and flour was
discharged into lighters and
transferred ashore. Midnight
Thursday the tug -Cable, arriv-
ed from Florida and divers went
to work on patching up the 2
by 4 feet hole.

Mr. J. H. Kiesouw, Inspector
in Haiti foi the Dutch Line re-
turned from Jacmel Friday with
the calculations that after the
hole is plugged and water pump
ed out the vessel should ride 3
feet higher in the water, and al-
low the tug to pull it off at high
tide Monday even without the
cooperation of the weather.
To decide the extent of the
-lamage and make an on the
spot survey, Mr. Watson Lloyds
of London, agent, flew in from
Jamaica Friday- and took a
.chartered plane to Jacmel.



,Dr. Yves Pierre has returned
to Port after studying abroad
on a scholarship.
-:0:- '

The Rev. Father Oogimon,
supporter of the scout move-


MIAMI HOTEL MAN
REVISITS HAITI
A man who has a great pre
erence for the terra firma, and
who is mighty reluctant abou
flying, flew in Monday from Cu
racao on his first visit here ii
three years. Mr. Arthur A. Ad
ler who has a beautiful 150-room
Allison Hotel on Miami Beac
and the Lemington in Miam
told Your Reporter that .his
visit here was purely for a lei
surely rest to see old friend Al
bert Silvera and he happened
to be passing by. His future
plans don't include the building
of a hotel here, but he was
casting envious eyes at the Hai
tian-size hotels.
Born to the hotel business Mr
Adler had been invited by the
Aruba government and Touris
Commission to give them the
benefit of his years of experi
ence as whether or not they
should grade their lovely beach
es with a large 100-odd room
hotel. Mr. Adler, who believes
too often a big hotel in a resort
area is a reflection of man's
egotism, advised them to follo%;
the example of Haiti; start with
small hotels and grow with the
business.

ment in the South, flew tc
France last week.
-:0:-
Mme Edouard Baker sailed to
New York on the S.S. Panama
last week.


Before Sonaco headquarters on the Exposition are seen two fine
pieces of equipment. In the foreground a Sheep's Foot roll
er. In the background a model 201 Gardner Denver port
able comnpressor.


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A scene from 'La Portd s'oe uvre. showing at Paramount

PARAMOUNT


Thursday, October 1st at 6.15'
CENDRILLON
At 8.15 p.m.
ON DANGEROUS GROUND.
Friday, October 2nd, at 6.15 dnd
8.15 p.m. -
SYMPHONIE EN 6,35
Saturday, October 3rd, at 6.15
and 8.15 p.m.
TON HEURE A SONNE


PAA -HOLD. SECOND
REGIONAL CONFERENCE
HERE


Sunday, September 27th, at 3.30
p.m.
e LA PROIE
t At 6 and 8.30 p.m.
e LA PORTE S'OUVRE
Alonday, September 28th, at 6
and 8.15 p.m.
MUJERES SACRIFICADAS
Tuesday, September '29th, at 6
s and 8.15 p.m.
t LA PORTE S'OUVRE
s Wednesday, September 30th, at
6 p.m.
1953 CARNIVAL and
e LE PERE DE LA MARIEE
At S.15 p.m.
1953 CARNIVAL and
o HAPPY GO LOVELY

Thursday, October 1st, at 6 and
8.15 p.m.
o MUJERES SACRIFICADAS
a Friday, October 2nd, at 6 and
8.15 p.m.
LA PORTE S'OUVRE
Saturday, October 3rd, at 6
and 8.15 p.m.
A COWBOY FILM
Sunday, October 4th, at 6 and
8.30 p.m.
IOWA JIMA


MAGIC CINE


Sunday, September 27th at 3%
p.m.
LA REVANCHE DES GUEUX
At 6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
SYMPHONIE EN 6,35
Tuesday, September 29th at
6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
LA CHOSE D'UN A.UTRE
MONDE9
Wednesday, September 30th, at
6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
SYMPHONIE .N 6,35


. Mr. Edwin Drescher, manager
of the Latin American Division *
of PAA, members of the staff
of the central office in Miami,
,and directors of thp offices of
the company throughout the Ca-
ribbean, conferred here Monday
andrTuesday in a suite .at the
Hotel El Rancho.
After discussing how to drum '
up more business and improve
their competitive position the
airline officials relaxed apd en-.
joyed entertainment at the El
Rancho, Ibo Lele, and Riviera
hotel.
After visiting Christophe's.
Citadelle Wednesday as. guests
of the Haitian Tourist Office
they rettirned to Port and left
the following day.


ARMY TRANSFERS.


Lt. Lionel Honorat, A.d'H. has
Wben transferred to the A.d'H.
garage, and Capt. Yovanne Dou-
yon, formerly of the garage, wilt
be commanding officeP of the
Cap Haitien district.


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I German Legation Returns

I MN ster Presents Credentials
l S Y


After an'interval of more than
12 years diplomatic relations be-
tween' Haiti and Germany were
completely resumed Wednesday
at 10 a.m. when Mr. Theodore
Suss handed to His Excellency
Pauil Magloire at the National
Solace -the credentials which
accredit him as Envc(, Extraor-


dinary and Minister Plen
tiary of the German I
Republic to Haiti.
His Excellency Mr. Th
Suss was accompanied d
ceremonious occasion b.
Frank Ferreing, consellox
Hellmut Jansen, commer
tache, and Mrs. Felicitas


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' Bearing the 500-name petition is the delegation from Marbial to
the president of the Republic asking that Marbial be erected into
Sa.gffrtir. Left to right: He}vetivs bargain, Saintristil St Jean,
V-:.V t Pgst.e,'Jeain.Gabriel Frangois, Director of Marbial, Oc-
L'. e .e -af.otd, &Charitable Cyprien.


- cHAITI SUN)


tenberg, secretary of the Lega-
tion. Minister Suss, who is
simultaneously Minister to Cuba
as well as Haiti, will alternate
his residence between Havana
and Port au Prince.
The new Minister is a well
known educator. Having studied
Ancient history and low at Mun-
ich, Rome, Heidelberg, and Er-
langer universities, he has held
professorships of Civil Law, Ci-
vil Procedure, and International
Private Law at Goettingen,
Frankfort, Breslau, Berlin, Er-
langer, and Cologne Universi-
ties. He was rector of Erlan-
gen University and fwas associ-
ate professor for three years at
Antioch College, Yellow Springs,
Ohio. After the war he directed
the reorganisation ,of the' uni-
versities of Bavaria.
The Minister and party are
lodged at the Ibo Lele awaiting
the establishment of permanent
offices.


Football Ends
In Manslaughter
Continued from. Page 1

ceived a severe head blow and
died on the spot. A certain Au-
guste Charles who fought for
the boys is being held by police
for manslaughter.


. LA-NDSLIDE KILLS TWO
Don't waste radio pleasure! AT PETIT-GOAVE
Y a Philips nw! Gerard Geau and Exa
S- uville, two workmen repairing
H" ave you got an old radio road a few miles from
Then, you don't get as much met with death last week
pleasure out of radio as you
:ought to get! they were ,completely cc
Compare the reception pos- and suffocated by a s'
: abilities AND THE TONE
of your old set with those landslide. Their bodies
d-- o a. Philips set from the
sensational PHILIPS. CA. been delivered to relative
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SAt ruelle St, Come in B
4. .a high wall collapsed-- o
i caille, belonging to Merci
trius, and three persons
were in the'hut at the'til
X526 A celved '. serious' injuries. T
.l uiesikoc" vleals jured are: :Wilson Fra
fun Fanette Resilus, and Resil
S.' Effiient suppression ofJ sideband splash. gaudin
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