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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
Creation Date:
October 29, 1950
Publication Date:

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00306


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BERNARnD IDIEDERICH
EDITOR K
THE HAlT
VOLUME V Port-au-Prince


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IAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER


R6publique D'HAITI


SUlNDAY', SEPTEMIBEP i9TH i


: Christian Dior Is Coming


With Models,
Mr Albert Silvera, El Ran-
cho's Pr6pretor-manager :,id
.a pioneer of our tourist trVale,
released with unconcealed pi i-
Ide this week the nbuvela that
fabulous fashion fixer Chris-
tian Dior will be his guest in
November.
The French designer, said
Mr. Dior is scheduled to
spend 3 days at El Rancho and
Port-au-Princiens will have
the opportunity of scrutenizing
15 creations at two or'eserita-
Sions. Four chic Dior models
Wil do the showing off. ,

As to whether M. Dior antici.-
pates infuencing our local
,belles, with his -Flat Look'.


VITAL YACHT CAUGHT
IV SQUALL
The Maurice Vi-tal yacht
:,bore its crew safely through
Jferocious squalls near La Go-
Inave island last Sunday night.
iand a searching U. S. Air Mis-
ision DC 3 discovered thi party
.t a Petit Gonave Bay t h e
following morning.
Search parties hadl been
aent out when the families of
|the members of the party hi'd
grown anxious over their :,rj-
Isence Sunday evening.
'Coast Guard boats and a U.S.
f.lr Mission plane joined in
.bthe search.
1 Mr. Anton Kneer, nearest to
the crippled yacht when the
bC 3's radio signal went out.
Continued on Page 16


Law Scho
frnrfnr'


And Creations
Bosomless dresses, there i,,s
been no disclosure.
A man. named Christian Dior
Said of bosoms he wanted no,
More
He did away with lust
by replacing the bust
With a piece of wood froei the
floor.
ConT.ued on page 16


AMBASSADOR AYBAR
RECALLED
Ambassador Jose Enrique
Aybaq, Dominican Ambassa-
dor in Haiti, recently received
notice of his recall.
The many friends h: and
his wife have made in P-au-P
ce society during the Anibassa
dor's term here will. greatly
miss the couple.

Road Block
Accident
Traffic on the Petiun-Ville
road was tied up for an lichur
(5:30 to 6:30 p m) Friday even-
ing when Major Francs ELtien
ne's \Chau'feur-dviven Buici:
(No 20( collided with William
Baker's new green Ford, leav-
ing no room for passage of a
line of vehicles two miles long.
The cars were left Lmntouch-
ed awai-ting the arrival of thie
Juge de Paix to make the
processs verbal'. The Bak.pr car
was lifted out of the road
when Mr. Arsene Magloire
and General Levelt appeared
on the scene.


ol To Give

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' Plans are underway for the der instructions from Presi-
Ocr'ease by two years of the dent Magloire, is making ar-
Period of law-study at the Port rangements for foreign profes-
it' Prince College of Lawv, sors, and, almost certainly will
trainingg to the standard of open negotiations with the ITS
.foctorate. and French Embassies to this
1Tjhe Secretary of State for end.
M htlonal Education, acting un-
i" ,


THIRTY CASES OF POLIO
REGISTERED A T St. Vincent's


Thirty cases of polio now are
registered in the St-VincenLt's
school for handicapped chil-
dren, Dr. Jean E. Bourai(l, who
treat s cases at the school, told
the Sun in an interview this
week; but he added, there is
no cause for alarm, as the epi-
demic sweeping neighboring
Caribbean islands hals not brok-
en out here.
There was an increase in
cases during April anl Ma'.,
attaining the dimension., of a
slight epidemic, the doctor re
vealed but -things are normnale
today.-
Trinidad and Jamaica, twa
heaviest sufferers of the epide.
mic which claimed hundreds
of victims during the pawt two
months, -report recovery from
the attack and the polio rate
is on the decrease. Specially
imported experts organized
treatment in the British West
Indian islands, and Jamaican
statistics recently relea s e d
show a 230 stricken and 6 dead
casualty list.


Shop-Lifter
Held

Lafontant Ambroise will
add a shop-lifting charge ic
ten former convictions wh:-n
he faces the bench this wuel tu
answer accusations of :tealiig
a radio.
Ambroise was arrested when
an alert detective noticedr him
hurrying through town Friday
with something hidden unde.:
his jacket. The detective poun.
ed on him holding him by the
scruff of the neck and uncover
ed a -Saba. radio worth $55
beneath his coat.

Police record his full confes-
sion of stealing the radio from
Ralph Perry's store off Grand'
Rue.


Discussing the history of the
disease in the Republic. Dr.
Bourand stated that as far back
as 1952 he had presented a
paper and cases to prove his
suspicion that polio existed in
Haiti But the congress at the
medical school could not agree.
For years, the- crippling
disease has been diagnosed a?
the sequel to nerve injury, ty-
phoid, or quinine injections.
But it is now known definite',
to be polio.

The General Hospital physi-
cian, who has given free of
charge his time and kuowled-
ge to help Sister Joan. run
Haiti's only school for the han-
dicappped, since its inception,
is a veteran rehabilitation re-
searchist with 8 months expe-
rience in. 1953 studying in
France, Holland, and the Unit-
ed States. Most known c',ses,
he said, are from Port-auii-Prin-
ce. but the disease had been
found in Jacmel, St. Marc and
Gonaives.
During the interview, which
took place in the newly cons-
tructed Petit wing of the
school, three girls were work-
ing over a four-year-old lad
crippled by polio. They were
massaging his legs.
The doctor said that minassa-
ge was a small part of the treat
mnent which requires w 1 1
trained personal. The St.Vin-
cent volunteer group though
-imall shows great efficiency,
led by S'ister Joan who i a
graduate therapist. Equipment
at the school consists of an
agitated water trough for mas-
sage, braces, crutches, wheel
chairs, and therapy' electrical
mirrors also are included to
assist them in the process of
learning to walk.
A rehabilitation center at
Continued on Page 3


No Commission
For
Taxi-Drivers
At their monthly meeting
Tuesday at Sans-Souci th_ Ho-
tel Association unanimously
decided to abide by their 'code
d'E.thiques-, adopted last year.
which prohibits payment of
taxi driver for bringing clients.
Members will be penalized
with expulsion from the asso-
cia.ton for violation of this
code.

RCA Messenger
Injured
R. C. A, Messenger Lheris-
son Fequibre was gravely in-
jured Friday when his motor-
cycle collided with an Army
car (A. d'H No. 8) driven by
Corporal Joseph Germain, on
the Champ de Mars ,
F diu1tre was picked up with
a broken arm ana right leg and
rushed to the IDASH hospi-
tal where he is being treated.

CAMIONETTE CRASH
KILLS 2 INJURES 8

Two persons were kiilL-d and
eighteen injured when a ca
'mionette's breaks failedon the
road from Ja~cmel last Sa.tur-
day morning, and it toppled
into a Trouin, ravine.
The road had been furrow-
ed by heavy showers and the
camionette apparently w a s
speeding. The chauffeur and a
relative sitting beside him in
the cab were among the few
unhurt.,
After the process verqals
had been concluded, the pas-
sengers many of them ini criti-
cal condition, were tLiken to
the Port-au-Prince General
Hospital in volunteered cars.

COMMERCIAL
DELEGATION HERE
FROM MEXICO
Chance has made thea visit
of five Mexican commercial de-
Continued on Page 3


RONY CHENET, Jr.
GERANT RESPONSIBLE


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Page 2

'HERALD. ROVING
REPORTER VISITS
NATIONAL PALACE
John B. Mc Dermoltt, 'Mi-
ami Herald, political writer,
was received by President Ma
igloire at the National Palace
Tuesday morning, and inter-
viewed the President on the
oulnquennal plan, the woik of
the ODVA, Tourism, and the
economic development o1 the
country.
Mc Dermott, on a fUtl find-
ing tour of 15 Latin American
countries, will report the cut-
rent events, as well as the ira-
pressions of a sight-seeing Lou
Fist.
Profiting from experience in
on-the-spot reporting at Com-
munist activities in Berlin
through the air-lift days, the
veteran foreign correspondent
wi l f o r m a n i m-
pression of a Communist in-
filtration in the WVestern He-
misphere, which he is passing
on, through a series of articles
to readers of the Chicago I)ai-
*ly News Foreign Service'.
I His trip covers Mexico. Gua-
temala, El Salvador, Costa-Ri-
ca, Dominican Republic, Jamai
ca, Cuba, Nicaragua, Honduras
Panama, Columbia, Venezuela.
Trinidad, Martinique, Puerto-
Rico, as well as Haiti.

WATCH THOSE LICENSE
PLATES !
Amerlcan Citizen Charles
Leroy Wise paid a 104 gourdes
fine last \'kt fdr '-aVinrfg-t'ir
culattd throUgh the'roads 'of-
the Capital without a ticket of
inspection and with .foreign li-
cense plates (IZ 78529). accord
ing to *Le National's, ,T'i-
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aDUTCH GUIANA
WELCOMES IMMIGRANTS.,
MESSAGE METHODIST
PASTOR
Rev. S. F. Helsut.ne, ui Lii
Evangelical Methodist Cnuren
iii uutch Guiana, expr -sjd his
country's interest in I-laitia:1
emmingraints, while on a vi.it
here last week
A commission is on its way
around the Caribbean, the pas
tor disclosed, to inquire into
the prospects of attractit'g iii-
migrants to the potenijl!y rich
under-populated Dutch colony
that quintuples its Metropoli-
tan State (Holland) in size.
The reverend Helstone was
returning to Georgetoi it from
representing Dutch Guiana at
the 3rd. Plenary Conference ot
the International Cong-rci of
Christian Churches held this
month in Philadelphia, an'J
came ashore to spread w'ord'
of his country's. welcome, when
the S/S he cuba docked in
Port-au-Prince
Immigrants are needed in
the Guianas, he explained, fur
the cultivation of bananas
and other much sough: agri-
cultural products, but Dutch
Guiana is a leading Bauxite
producer accounting for 40 pi.r
cent of the world out-put.


CAUSE OF THE BICHARA
FIRE
The theory of the origin of
the Bichara Izmary blaze be-
ing in the compressor of the
giant cooler on the upper sto-
ry, was exploded 'last week
by aC. V. Hill Co.. local repre
tentative Thomas G Rizkc. who
pointed out to authority:; that
the fire started in the North

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talled the cooler, ju.-t two
months ago, in the Southern
corner
Mr. Rizk further pointed
out that the gas inside the corn
pressor was not in'flainm-Talble
and that the automatic magne-
tic switch installed i.n th._- cool-
er shuts off the engine whene-
ver it becomes heated.
The only stock was that in
the cooler, which was still cold
the morning following the fire.
Mr. Izmery is presently nego-
tiating for another Hill,
walk-in cooler.


REX TO INSTALL
CIN EMASCOPE
eRex, Theatre heads are
(planning the introduction of
Cinemascope to Haiti, and pr:,
p-arations are already under-
way for the installation of the
new equipment.
An expert from Puerto-Rico,
recently concluded a month-
long installation of adapted
electric circuits to accom'mi-
date the new type of equip-
ment. Raymond Busto of the
Rex staff left last week for
Puerto Rico to make, further
arrangements. According to
wLe Nouvelliste., Warner Bro-
thers Studios will be the prin
cipal supplier of the Rex cine
mascope films.


AT EL RANCHO
Peter Wright is the new As-
sistant Manager at *E! Ran-
cho. Youthful Wright v.was at
one time Cruise director of the
-Yarmouth Castle,.
XXX


SUNDAY SEPT. 19 th
TO STUDY A, Mr Gerard Leon flew .to Pa-
L;
Monique Alfred is going tc ris Thursday to study for a
stuyIv in Rno:tnn-


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xxx
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POLIO...
continued from page 1


Frterei soon Uw be opened %.,1L
relieve somewhat the buruL-I
of the St-Vi nicent school, tne
doctor predictecd and needed
volunteers are being pruvii.i-l
by a -school started befuie the
Summer season to give Phisio-
therapy,' iLnstruction. Class-- in-
cluded anatomy by Dr. Fetime
re Respiratory mechanics- by
Dr. Deneze elecutical appara-
tus and its application by Dr.


Colon. And Dr Bourana's aims
of rehebtlitatian and the use
of apparati. School is due to
re-open in Octorber.

Polio always is an epidleanie
disease, and US doctors report
that for every one case declar-
ed there is 100 to 1000 uiik-
now\n It is 30 contagion : .' that
it is useless to isolate one niem
her of a family with polio ac
it is probable that before its
discovery the other mienibers
already have had and resist-


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*HAITI SUN%.

No vaccination against the
disease is yet known.


MLEXICAN DELEGATION
continued from page 1
legates coincide with the Na-
tional Day of their country.
The delegation, here to stu-
dy the possibilities of trade bet-
ween the two republics, con-
sists of :Senors. Rodolpho Con
zales Garza, Porfirio Trevino
Gomez, Cesar Cantu Soto,
Jesus Gracia, and Humberto
Cantu Tijerina attended the
Noontine reception offered by
the aimable Mexican Ambassa-
dor Jose Torres Talavera.


S. S. A, REPUBLICS

Ftve La'tin Aniericall L.,tii.
tiliet', Nki ragua. Cu,'LJ Riica,
GLUattenala, El SalIvador, jinci
Hunduras, who celebrate,.i their
independence Tuesday i.Li:cu:s-
id turning a- Central Ar-rican
Con federation
On this occasion, the BoEiv:,-
rian Society of Haiti organize:!
ridI.LiophOic programuma oxer
MBC, with Mr. Ren GCarr,-
fand Pradel Pompilus deliv.er-
/ ing -speeches on Haitian good-
/will towards her neighbc-i-s.

x x x


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dillwing roonl and large c ining
room. surrounded by veranda
patio, swin'mming-pool, spa-
cious lawn and garden, wth-
drawn from highway, has pa'-
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or apply HaitiiSun..


Industrialist Powell took time
out from the usual busy sche-
dule last week to help pack
grand-children Karl and Fred-
dy Zenny, Monique Jeanninc,
and Lily Powell off to school
in Jamaica.

Karl who is post School cer-
tificate, is a star forward ot
the Munro College football line
up while little brother Freddy
is also on the First XI Fredd,
and the girls (students at near
by Hampton) tackle School
Certificate studies this le':n'
x x x


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HAITI TRADING Co... A. I Chamber of Commerce 80., .
CITE DE L'EXPOS ITION, PHO\N 2069


accompanied by their father
Engineer' Louis Lev-que sail-
ed Sunday aboard the SS Pa-
nama for University studies in
the U S.
XXX
Charge d'Affaires Sotomrayer of
Chili held a mid-day reception
yesterday on the occasion he
National Day of his country.
XXX
'Printer's devil, laid us uw
last week when the linotupist
left the ;s out of Mrs Roche B
Laroche. in our note describ-
ing her arrival I a s t Friday
after completion of moving
house from Caracas to Mexico..
City.
HEAD OF BURKE-
DOWLING-ADAMNIS IN PORT
Mr. Burke Dowling Adams,
president 'of the big US publi-
city form cBurke Dow'ing
Adams Inc.., arrived in Haiti
last week to discuss the pro-
programme for the Touristic
promotion of Haiti.


PASSED ON


An epileptic, known on!:y as
Charit:6, was found dead WV.d-
nesday morning in the Mar-
telly Ravine, Avenue Muller,
with injuries covering his face.
A stone-breaker by profession,
the man was from Ldogane.


Vi:'gina Schmnitt anid Doic'th.
Chan 'rcm Washington, pOs
ed though Haiti on theta: .'iv
up from a Central An:r.ic,i
cruise. One look 'va c:nougl,
to draw promises of a -t.Ij'my
return for a longer stay
XXX







HAITI SUN>


tl joseph report


Gerda Tippenhauer seen at
Bowen Field before she tc',;
off for Marygrove Colleg.-:. De-
troit Michigan Tuesday last.


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The Chinic located at Bois-
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American athlete Hari-son
(Bones) DillaA'd fastest main in
the world Olympics bei'ore-
last is expected. in Haitli De-
cember. Arriving on the 5 th
the great hurdler-sprimir is
due for twelve days.
xxx


Chief Enlginter of :,- ,i
Texan firm -Brown and Root
now busy constructing the
World's Largest Buttress Damn
at Peligre, Mr. H. H. Rubcrts
embarked on the SS .,P ma
last Sunday for the Ui and a
new berth in the qWjilsh Ca-
nadian Cons'truction Cu u1 Fo
ironto, Ont. He spent jusL one
year in Haiti.
XX x
Twenty eight Haitian pasLen
gers dis-embarked from tt e
Panama Line at New York last
SThursday.
X XXX
Ricardo Widmaier is at york
in a Broadway studio, making
the film fly as he arranges and
synchronises the June trip of
President Magloire to Poito-
Rico, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Pa
nama and Colombia.
xxX
AMERICAN'S OPINION
Senator Kefauver, in a letter
to a friend.stated : I recent-
ly was privaleged to visit Hai-
tL which I had not seen since
1942, a.nd I think the progress
realised is remarkable. The
economic conditions are excel-
lent, and I know that in the
United States we are very
proud of this Caribbean repu-
blic.

xx x
Mr Elie Vernet, director of
Co-operatives at Danmiens, left
Haiti last Saturday for Euro-
pe where he is representing
Haiti at the Intenational lous-
ing Conference opened WVed-
nesday at Copenhagen.
XXX
Just out in New York, is the
Lawrence and Sylvia Martin
work co and the Caribbean.., in
which forty oM 'pages .a,*
Haiti-dedicated and covered
with invaluable informational
magnificen t effort, recommend-
ed to visitors-to-be.


xxx
Guy Durosier, versatile' young
saxophonist. pianist, vocalist
and vibro-harpist, is leading
his seven-piece orchestra to
fame at the "Riviera' nightly.
His arrangement of -Grenad.i'
is always tops.

xxx
Farrell Norris, Point IV Chief
Accountant is in Maryland
with suspected Ulcers.
XXX
Doctors Dominique and Lar-
ge, H-aitian representatives to
the World Health Opthalmolo
gical conference are currently
hard at It in the Waldorf
where the talks are held.
xxx
An International Cong.- e s s
of Cooperative officials will be
held here in November. Twel-
ve Haitian delegates will meet
representatives from British
Gui.ana and Latin American
countries.
xxx
Henry Birmingham Is Kings
ton-bound today for a week of
Business.


SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19 il


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Also in stock every part needed for maintenance and repairs
of extinguishers.
AS MANUFACTURERS OF OXYGEN, we sell the necessary
equipment for the industrial use, medical therapy, administra-
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SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19q th,


SHotel Obfson

Changes Hands
Grand Hotel Oloffson, one of grapher Roger Coster and his
Haiti's oldest, changed lihals chic Haitian wife Laura, own-
once more last week, closing er of the Aux Belles Choses'
temporarily Wednesday morn- cotton shop. Mr. D6mosthtne
ing to allow, the new proprie- Sam owner of the building
tors to take over. which has been in the Sam fa-
On its re-opening the Hotel mily for generations, had leas-
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-HAI'TI SUN.
Maurice de Young III. But Mr.
De Young left the country and
the affairs of the hotel '.o nis
wife
Under Victor de Keiserlihng's
able direction the Grand Ho-
tel has assisted our exploita-
tion of the tourist trade by at-
tracting a type of tourist de-i-
rous of the unusual and the
artistic.
The former American Mari-
ne hospital first operated as a
hotel by Mr. Oloffson, a Ger-
man businessman, has chang-
ed hands frequently but ha.; re
stained the name and th? old-
world charm t h a t di;tir-
guishes it. The Costers who
have the right to the furni-
ture. trade name, building ind
Commerce, have not yet ,n-
nounced their decision a.: to
whether they will keep the
now-famous name


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in Cap-Haitlen, according to ding to wish to buy, they lot-
the daily news papers, and the ter in shops and importune the
beggars are employing inge- customers.
nudity in their trade. By preten


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held by UNESCO, will demons
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HAITI: Sad Country Of 1
had to live on ti
Problems o.

Prob ms ry against a cost
Though most of the publicity we get in foreign newupapcr. steeper than it ,
is unequivocally god., sometimes a visiting journaist forns I asked several
the wrong impressions. nessmen intelle
It is obvious tkat this partic ular writer, on the staff of a meant officials t1
Jamaican publication, iva. mi: guided in the selection oj his backwardness.V
sources of information, is Haiti, after 1
dependence,,m
by... rugated iron very much in evi- evyewyn, h
G. R. COULTHARD dence. Jamaica, which
REPRINTED FROM ,, ,
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A JAMAICA.N NEWSPAPER NOT PRETTY plaited to some


Nobody, I thirik, can ari,m
for the first time in Haiti wit
hout a feeling of excitemei'
almost of awe. Looking at '.h
massive mountains of Ilanit
which make our Janmic:jr
mouLintains eem like jolly
fuzzy little hillock.;, one in', v
tably reflects on the 'g:M.inoui

and horror of Haitian history
Somewhere up there anionq
the brooding, cloud cappec
peaks one imagines th2 Ha.
tian Olympus. with Teussoint
l'Ouverture, Dessalines anc
Henri Christophe. One cannot
help noticing either the grim,
naked appearance of the Hai-
tian hills which are scarred and
cut into by terrible soil ero-
sion.
The plane touches duwn and
you find yourself in Port-au-
Prince, the 'capital of the Re-
ptublic of Haiti. Port-au-Prince
is a curious city. It is the capi-
tal of a proud and indepent re-
public, and therefore ha:., as
one would expect, a number of
grandiose architectural gestu-
res in the shape of the Presi-
dential Palace, the Cathedral
and a couple more government
buildings. It also has a very
pleasant, palm-planted sea
front.
The whole area, in fact. down
by the sea is comparatively
new, having been built by Pre
sident Estime's government
for an international exhibition
in 1950. The exhibition appa-
rently was a financial failure.
but it certainly changed the
face of Port-au-Prince ILf.ivna
a whole new district, stiil
known as L'Exposition>.
The buildings put up for the
Exposition now house such or
ganisations as the UNESCO,
the Museum of the Haitaiin
People, the National At Gal-
lery, etc. They are very -art
moderne, in style, but some-
how a bit shoddy, especially as
today many tend to be unpaint-
ed, cracked and with the car-


e The rest of Port-au-Prince
is not very impressive; in fact,
t, it is shabby, dusty, with a
e gicat air of neglect. The pave-
Sments have great pot-holeq and
n piles of rubble, many shops
0 ?) andi houses- look as if th'.
had recently tnde:-c,:go ? n Jir-
raid. Indeed, that wvas one ve-
ry strong impression I had
w while e walking about down-
town Port-au-Prince it remind-
ed me of European tow't3
t had seen which had been bomb
) ed.
t Compared with Port-au-Pitin-
S ce. Kingston is a prcttyq
place, in the sense that floa-
ers, and trees and l-ig'ht,
green leaves peek out evcip-
where, and the houses, ecen
in the poorer lanes, lhauvc a
certain jauntiness, It is per.-
haps the animation of Kings-
ton also that makes the pia:-
ce appear attractive a,:nd co.
lourful.
aPort-au-Prince is remnarkat-
ly quiet and empty. Also the
people do not show that exu-
berance and bounce so charac-
teric of Jamaica and other Ca-
ribbean territories I have vi-
sited. I remarked on the se-
rious, look. of the Haitians to
several Haitian friend., who
all said the same thing "Le
Haitien a le temperameinmt tris-
te". (the Haitian has a sad
temperament).
Now, when a people? has a
asad temperament. there is
usually some good, solid, phy- 1
sical reason for it.'In this ena-
se, I think the source of Hai-' (
tian melancholy is grinding! r
poverty which has gone on for;
years and certainly shows no|
signs of improvement today. s
Even among the middle a
class ciril servant and teacher -
set in which I moved most of b
the time, there was a feeling n
of frustration and bitterness. I
And I think some of our ouwn i
civil servants would lose some c
of their boisterousness if they ca


SUNP SUNDAY SEPTEMBER I1' lh.


The answers were alway.: tio
same: Haiti had been .kept
back by the outside world, par
ticularly- by the Ew-opean co-
lonial powers and the ULied!
States, because a succe-:-.ful in-
dependent black republic wotlid
l i:. ; I:.. p,.', K i.'tc' .
M:h, s ot exaniple o il tie
way Jin which this was duei
weere offered how the Uni-
ted States had not recognized
Haiti until after their C;vil
\War, how the French thrc-ug-
hout the XlXth. century had
been squeezing out the last.
cent of the indemnity owed
them, and finally the humilia-
tion of Americar occutpation
in 1916 after what they descri-
bed as shady financial manipu
nations.
Whether this be true or not
(I mean the general thesis),
the Haitian certainly feels
that it is true, It is the great
alibi for all national ills. And
one can sympathize with the
impotence and frustratioA the
Haitian must feel.
There is his country of ncqr,-
ly four million inhabitanil,'
free. independent, with a', ins-
piring historical epic behind it,
yet poor, wretched, eking oat
a living on the export of.stuco
unreliable, goods as coffee and
sisal. So the Haitian falls back-
on his national pride to con-
sole himself for the sorry si-
tuation.
Everything he wears and
uses is imported (unlike Jamai-
ca, Haita does not maie its
own beer, shirts, shoes, tinned
nilk, etc.) but he is free and
independent.
I found a number of Unive"-
ity College students in Port-
u-Prince considerably nettled
because some Haitians had
been telling tham they wve"e
ot free Now, a British West
ndian knows that it is no
ght or easy matter in his
country, whether it be Jamai-
a, Trinidad or some small is-


land, for Government to clo.e
a newspaper, imprison witnuut
trial, or have political oppo-
nents snot down in nthe steez
and consequently he does nut
take kindly to being told he
is not free by people in a count
try %%here these things can
happen., So, I am afraid one
of them gave the obvious ans-
wer: it is not intdepend:miico
that ma-tters, but what you do
with it


COLOUR BOGGY


Then there is the colour
questions. You would no: ex-
pect there to be any co'our
problem ih the country of Des
salines and Cristoplie, but
there is, and a very serious
one,. In fact, what one Hi;-
tian historian calls -the imhor.
tunate question of blacks ani
mulattos, has been at the root
of many of Haiti's troubles
throughout Its history.


Politics is largely a question
of whether a black or a mu-
latto clique is going ta rule
the country. At present, the
pro-black policy of Estime, is
being reversed with conse-
quent bitterness among the
black Haitians. \ I have, listen-
ed with stupefaction to dri.ztr;-
bes of hatred against the ,grif-
fes., the mulattos.


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As jar whites, they do not
bother about them v e r y
ituch, because they ace usul-
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The French, Latin Amni. icais
except Dominicans) they like
well enough The Englis thy
know very little at)otot,, the
Amjericans, thet do not lik',
because they feel. rightly or
wrongly, that America is hold-
ing them back economically.
One day, after list-ning.
while walking in the street to
a long list of American w-rong
against Haiti, I compl:iinecl
that there were no shade-tieeq
in Port-au-Prince. Les Ameri-
cains, les Americains an..wcer-
ed my excited friend, 'rhey
cut dowVn the trees b'-.-au-e
they said they were in anita-
ry and now w'e have to wv'lk
in the sin.
I met many Haitians who
where men of good-will in:ei!i-
gent and acute observers, all
very ready to discuss the pro-
blems of Haiti. But the word
problems, implies the word
solutions, but what are the so-
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'HAITI SUN9

Miss Victoria
Biscuit Meets
President
Photo adjacent, 'Le Natiornal.
4 Sunday magazine Cover Sept 5,
shows the President of the Re.
public on his visit to the Geor-
ges Coles, Suparmarket (Ha--
ti's first) on the occasion ,j
its opening Saturday Sept. 4.
Here lie is tifictured talking
~th Mile Katie RI-,k who rc-
piesented Miss -Victora Bio-
cult, clad in ( astr'iking e
dress with white .stars and o),,i
Spleted by a white apron. .Me
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Note
FRANKFURT, Germany -
Romanticists love the Rhine
country for its charming le.
ends, historians for its long
record of clashing cultures, na
turalists for its rugged beauty
and gourmets for the valley's
artistry with food. Today, no
less than before the w a r ,
seeing the Rhineland is simple,
whether by canoe, steamer,
train or automobUile.

, By far the most popular is
the Rhine steamer. At Fraik-
furt. passage for a river cruise
may be booked at the offices
of PAA at Hauptbahnhof 12.
Trips start either at Frankfurt
on the Rhine's tributary, the
Main, or you may take the train
to Mainz where the 'pleasure
steamers dock. It is generally
agreed that the most interes-
ting section of the river is the
Middle Rhine, between Mainz
and Cologne.

The cruises vary in length
and time from one day to three
weeks. The day-long trip bet-
ween Malnz and Cologne costs
about $4.50 and is on weli-
equipped passenger boats.

From the Rhine's source in


Book
the Alpine heights where it 13
a -turbulent, wild mountain
stream to the placid waters
which empty into the North
Sea, the river supplies cons-
tantly changing scenes. As thi:
-main artery of commerce and
trade, the Rhine claims such
cities as fashionable, gay Dus-
seldorf, Cologne with t h e
world's largest Gothic church
and Bonn capital of the Germa i
Federal Republic and birth-
place of Beethoven.

On the steamer you becu.me
acquainted with the rix'er, se'-,
its changing aspects and study
its contrasts. Flowering pastu-
res alternate with barren hills
vineyards with forestedslopes
and smiling country with frowvn
ing crags. The milestones of
the boat trip are the finger-
thin cathedral spires, the round
ed towers of once-proud. now
forlorn ruined castles, t h c
gabled rooftops of m an or
houses and the small, walled
villages. Forts and baths, cities
and walls built by the Roman.;,
stand beside the monasteries
of missionaries aid the pala-
ces of bishops.
Two-lane roads, winding and
twisting beside the river, pro-


vide the motorist with excel-
lent views of the countryside
Driving also has the advanta-
ge that stop overs may be
made wherever fancy dictate;.
particularly at the famous
Rhineland wine cellars.
Regardless of the season, a
wine festival with its charac-
teristic singing and dancing is
somewhere in progress. The
men of the IRhineland, it is


said, carry corkscrews instead
of pencils, and a bouquet is
not a bunch of flowers but the
aroma of the wine. The terrac-
ed vineyards, the wine growe.s
at work pruning or picking
grapes supply a peaceful, ,pas-
toral scene.
For motorists in a hurry,
the autobahn. Germany's u-
per highway, mean a. saving
of time and easier driving than
th riveir rrtrlnO 1hult 44. -itnn. r.4


V have the views. A German au-

A IR tomobile may be rented for
SHEAVY DUTY A about $5 a day, and American-
SC 0OLED POWER UINITS built cars run to $10. Gasoline
"LE D PO W U N costs approximately 64 cents a
i gallon.
s Compressors, Concrete Special tour of the Rhine-
Saor Pumips, Compressors, Concrete land in modern, fully equipped:

Sand Mortar M ixers, Electric General- busses include visits to cast-
a Mo ta les, wine cellars, and villages

ing Sets, Vibrators, Hoisting and are scheduled daily throug-
SEquipments, Sprayers Ec out the summer, A seven-day
fl tour starting from Frankfurt

Over 12 Models from 2 to 35 HP or Cologne costs about $50 andi
1fl ? includes hotels, meals a n d
\ S lE, sightseeing.
,\W ?i Alm9st every village along

'V ? *the river road can boast of a
4? good inn with clean accommo-
S/ dations and excellent food at
K | reasonable prices. Rooms va:.'
between $2 and $5 diriner with

------------C wine from $2 to $3. The Rhine
~Ih I |i| specialties run to salmon and
L sausages, omelets arid dumpi-
$ J ings. Asparagus is considered.
Wisconsin Motor Corp, Milwaukee, Wis the king of vegetables and is
eaten in the same way a sword

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and present, in large industrial


It was thrilling
the stars amid an
10.000 and watch
play unfold anew,
ing as it still does
message.


to sit under
audience o1
this ancient
communicate
its inspiring


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cities or tiny thatched cottages
at spas or resorts. Foolishness
may, as Heine asserted, be
pressed from its grapes, but its
gaiety is genuine and conta-
gious. '
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IN PARIS
Le Vrai AlMystere de. la Passion
Before Notre Dame

One of the memorable sights
to be seen in Paris this Sum-
mer was the .gigantic anJ
stirring production of Arnoud
Greban's 15th-century miracle
play, Le Vrai Mystere de ia
Passion', performed on lthe'
steps of Notre Dame by a corn-'-
pany of 1.200.

Utilizing the facade of the
great cathedral as its imipres-
sive background with choirs
of angels singing before the 1l-
luminated stained glass win-.
dows while the 'organ sounds
within and with the figure re-'
presenting God speaking His:
thundering lines from a stone
balcony on high, this spectacle
dwarfed those of the indoor
theatre and the screen.

With its plain, rudimentary
dramaturgy and its rhymed
couplets-straight fpom the
pious heart of the middle agas-!
it retold In direct and child-h-
ke terms the story of the,]asf
days of Jesus as some painter.
of the early Renaissance might
have drawn it, picturing in.
beautiful tableaux the last
Supper, the Betrayal in 'he
Garden. Christ before Pilate
the Agony on Calvary and the
Crucifixion.

With a shrewd appreciation
of its dramatic values, M. Pier-
.re Aldebert though giving it a;
mammoth production, preserv-
ed the innate and wonderful
simplicity of -Le Vrai Mystire
de la Passion..

The sacred scenes possessed
a moving power, rendered as
they were here with admiral
ble dignity and restraint, an
he d(lid not forgotten the gra-
phic medieval conception of
hell's gate's, presenting it as a
hugh lobster caudron filled
'ith squirming frisky. red-i
tailed demons.
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Steamer travelers on the River Rhi ne pass the famous Lorelei rock noted
for its remarkable echo and its legend. Ancient German tradition says a beau-
tiful maiden threw herself into the river from this rock in despair over a
faithless lover. Since that day she has lured fishermen to their death. N. B.
Picturesque Germany is easily reached via Pan American World Airways.


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Into Our Fifth Year
T he -HAITI SUN. is proud to begin today its fifth year of service to those
to whom this, journal is dedicated : the people who inhabit and the people
who love the Republic of Haiti.
Leaving World News headlines to the dailies we continue to keep .au courant..
with the happenings around us in order to provide you each week with a sold packet
of interesting information and good Sunday reading entertainment.

Four years ago, the *Sun's. first issuc i.rupt
out in the early hours of Sunday morning Sep-
tember L7. The road of its future was not vcry
clear, but the motives'that impelled it were the
same then as now. Two basic aims have
guided it to the present stage :


Port-au-Prince
At Mid-Day
And
At Mid-Night
(Translated from Le Matin)

Our capital is urndergoiln
transformation and the life oi
today is no longer the same a-.
in by-gone days. Disappoint'tl
minds are in protest against
progress, Modern passions ire
joyous because of these chain:-
ges Words of progress and mio-
dern ways must be heard.
It is still true that Port-au-
Prince has become a grf.at
town which our grandfathers
would recognize with difficul-
ty : a very gay town whbre
those who wish amusement
may find convenient surround
ings at any time of day or
flight. There really is no place
for weeping.
-Aux Cosaques, and Rex
GafM' have remained the ren-


dez-vous of politicians from
noon to two o'clock. while
businessmen patronise Nobbe
and Bondel, eLa Belle Creole.
or Claude Roy's for lunch
During the night, each big
hotel has its turn. Thursday
-Villa Creole. features a buf-
fet supper. Friday, it's time to
dine and dance at ,El Ranctio,
or hLbo Lele. Wednesday
offers a special show with
dancing at the Hotel Riviera,
where the International. Club
de Commerce also stages its
its lucheon re-unions on the
znme clay Saturday evening :,
reserved by tradition for 'Chou
couLne..
But wherever you go during
the evening, wherever you de-
cide to visit during the day,
you are almost certain to 2nd
up at Chez Allen, About tv.wo
or three o'clock in the morn-
ing, you are sure to find the
friend you havw hunted all


over the little planet.
For example let's hope you
are not looking *for him- but
Truman Capote danced there
for two weeks with Peter
Brook's wife.
And Peter Brook did no:
danoe, did not listen to the mu
sic, did not look. That tells
you nothing. Truman Capote
wore shorts, leaving his knees
to be seen. completed by a
kind of white bolero.
Mrs. Peter Brook did not
smile. That tells you nothing.
The rest concerns neither you
nor me. Truman Capote is the
Grand romancier Americaiu.
Peter Brook, cinema and sintage
producer, Mrs. Peter Brook a
screen star, is all that may be
said about the trio whu dined
one Friday at Ibo Lele and
spent the following evenings in
one of the places where there
is eating drinking and dancing

Continued on Page l1


1-. To strengthen the bond of understanding
between English speaking foreigners and th,
Haitian people.

2-. To reflect the spirit of Haiti and assist in
every way possible its march of progress.




A COOL SUNDAY
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LUNCH NOON UNTIL 3:00 p. m.
SUNSET TEA AND COCKTAIL HOUR
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~HA1TI SUN SUNDAY SEPT. 19 th


oe analyses inus ;


Special
In order to improve the pre.
paration and presentation of
our exports, a vigorous cam-
paign is underway to instruct
the .people of Haiti. New ted.
niques are being promulgat-'l
for the drying, pulping, Wiiil
storing of coffee, and the Ser-
-:ice of Statistics of the Exp.rt
Office already has noticed a
marked improvement in th.
produce of certain parts of the
country.

In the 1954-55 harvest pound-,
di'e being added to the Lisu:,
yield of places like Borgne iand
St-Louis tI Nord
C:.ffee purchase. in the Rf-'-
public tor the year so fat" to


Attention
tal 5. 792 sacks of 160 lbs, 42-
of which have been submit:-
ed to reconditioning in July to
be disposed of later.


Provincial towns have sent
into Port-au-Prince 2S96 sack-.
2042 by boat, and 85 by roa.i,
Following is the break- dov.n.


Petit Goave : 77S sick,
Jereinme : 6S1
PorIt-lde-Pdix 677
Gonaoes 343
Hinche : 15S
Thiotte : 151
Jacmel lOS
I .. 7..... of -

Export lig lre-. iimi1.11 11,-
*,i i'i.737 sack, Of SO M los, ''.0,%


COFFEE TRADING GETS


THEATRE DE VERDURE
TO GIVE CINEMA SHO'VS
Beginning next month, ihe
Theatre de Verdure will org,-
nize a series of cinema show\\


to take the place of the Fo-
kloric presentations offered on:
ly Thursday and Sundays.
The shows will be held three
times weekly


Port-au-Prince .: 7,643
Cap-Haitien 286
Gonaives : 1.106
St-Marc : 423
Jacmel : 2,414
Petit Goave 1,623
Cayes 1,592
Port-de-Paix 1,650
At the end of July, the ex-
port stocks stood at 37,S07
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115 specimens of export cof-
fee have been sent as sam.pie-_
1.4179 depots thr-oughout th.:
country are preparing for 'he
traffic of the coming crop Dur-
ing this month 232 new glaci-
hiiv'e 1een establi hed, -13 .11.
C'.]]:)-H jjlti.n rii !nd 1 2 it Thiot-
te.
Thr e e LIf m lii-'iii i f l ii ji.
I.i .idlni in coffee h1've be,-,i
i i.:,-i-l in Je frenli,?. 2 at A-mi:---e
ii 'HIiinoult. ,iiiL 1 at ihe It.,
c|ii:ii Th -. nccut eil -%rw re fi'lii-
rnced to fine is nidl pril'i:. teri!: .


_..i.C.'i IV\E.?' E.XHI ITIOBi'(iN

-.f:iU\'S HISTORIC'
TREASURES

.nioing the hito ie]ll, intic
i LSiiiig iIloci.i nliPi ji .ll [dv ii ,.
.i t ft'e t5 L- now' ,ll tc'xhil-iti,..
ot thlie National Archiives-, MI
Ail:h,.-iri-e Chlijnip)igne'- con:'l-
,ltioni of Emnpre.s Acideli ir,..'
jc'.vel lox dcltinig tirom mL, 0
th-un 100 veiri ago. i-, tr:..'.-
ing intere-~t.
Thi? bruble uf the wife .,t
Haiti's 2 No Emperor. Ft. .it.ii
ler, is one of m-anY ifiscinati.n":,
reminders of the colourful nit.
tory of the country, exhibit,.-l
it the Archives.


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Haiti's famous ,homard flarr
me- has bee enrhu-siasticall
:icclI,,imed by visiting epicure
and featured by Iniperia
Linen.,
But foreigners ar,?ii't the onl
i n jisseurs i-J f.-,rid H:itiii.-r
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VNDAY SEPTEMBER 19 th.

Panamerican Airport
Manager Transferred


Bill Marquis, for the p..:t
four years airport manage- of
Pan American World AJrwi:,s
in Port-au-Prince, left Hai'i
last Sunday for his new post
in the Operations Departme-it
4of PAA's Miami outfit.


SMr. Marquis came from Mi-
. ami in 1949 as Chief M'Chf-ic
Sand Assistant Station Mi:a;-
i ger, and a year later, when thEl
DDiatrict Sales Office'was -ia-
blished here, took over the
job of airport manager. D:plo-
matic Bill ('easy to get along
with, friends say of him) 's
.ma r r ie d w i t h t w o s o n s G a r y S ,
i fr s


and Dickie 2. Bill and M.:,r-
non Marquis niaue thtir hOilic
at Bois-Patate and a1@%ays tx-
pressed great love for H.iiti.
They promise to come baci. as
soon as they can, and n Lrrf-
Mind.n time, Haiti has ano'.her
friend abroad, and Hait:un.s ai
driving at Miami wvill be able
to look forward to a iiiodly
face.

PORT AU PRINCE AT MID-
DAY AND MID-NIGHT
Continued from Page 9..
in Port-au-Prince.
While discussing literary ce-
lebreties met at -Rendez-vou-,'


cHAITI SUN. ?agI~ 11


allow us to announce the de-
parture of Herbert Gold au
thor of 'The Prospect Before
Us-, the brilliant writer who
published m a n y excellent
works on Haiti in American
reviews. Numerous friends
shared a last glass aboard For
a long time Port-au-Prince will
not see the *sympathique, sil-
houette of Herb Gold at its
bars.
But the forthcoming visit ot
William Faulkner is announ
ced.

While waiting, men of let-
ters, artists, journalists, politi
cians and Haitian:m diplornm.it;
meet in all those places where
there is drink, and where dan-
cing goes on because of it. an-I
where people eat and listen.
Among others, Roland Doi-
cely has returned from Paris.
His wife just had a child. He
was interviewed at Villa Creole
the other evening. Also at Vil-
la Creole that evening, was
Chief of Protocol Daniel The-
ard, dining with some dis-
tinguished Latin Americans.



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IN AGRICULTURE EDUCA
TION CONGRESS

Haiti recently named its de-
legates to the conference mn
Peasant Education and Agri-
culture to be held at Port of
Spain, Trinidad, from October
6 to 15, under the joint patro-
nage of UNESCO and the Ca-
ribbean Commission.
Messrs. Berthony Vieux and
Maurice Sylla will exchange


views on the social and econio- Caribbean, with representati-
nmic problems faced by educa- yes from other islands.
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SID lieAC IHi CC\MIFIIt i
Mrs Dr. Andre Lahens and Vashdev, Pisbu and Savitri period. The peace-loving


MLIe Josette- Laherfs returned
Sunday from spending 15-days
in New York a-nd Canada.

XXX
Columbian Minister in Haiti
Dr. Ernesto Esguerra Serraiu,
will be named Deputy to the
Columbian Assembly, and r.-
place here will be taken lby
Dr. Luis Homberto Salamain.
ca, presently Charge d'Afa!-
res in Argentina.
X X X'


Dadlaoi h a xv e returned to
school in Jamaica after Sum-
mer here at the Maison Orien-
tale.

XXX
Mine Fernande Paitevien re
turned to Port Tue-day by the
Panama liner.
x x x
Mr. Robert Folsc.m (Former
American CharCge d'Affairs)
has entered the War College
in Washington for a two year


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Joseph Nadal and Co.Aents Tel: 3486
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Folsom is not studying War
he has just won another rung
in the Diplomatic -ladder and
study goes with it.-

XXX
Senora Georgio Spalazzi wice
of the Italian Ambassador is
sailing to Haiti by way oi Flo-
rida where she will enter one
of her two daughters in school
before proceeding to Port au-
Prince. Mrs Spalazzi arrives
here October 29th
x x x
xxx

S. Julio Ceriana Italy': sail-
ing Commercial Attache h:ts
returned from two weeks cruis
ing in the wdke of ColuibuI-h
along the coast of Haiti in hi-.
smart eight -meter Gen;.---
built'yacht the ,Evohe'. Mr.
Ceriana's crew included two
sea-faring Priests.


XXX
The engagement of Moni-
que Leys to Arthur Anguc Wit
announced Thursday last.


XXX
Mrs George Rizk is vi.itiulg
parents in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.


SUNDAY SEPTEMBER :19 th.


as her hubby's present f o r
their first wedding anniversa-
ry. She will be back to her
Petion-ville home, November

XX X
U. S. Agriculturist, Mr. Eu.
gene Dirks, passed through lCC
cently on his way to Puerto
Rico on a Government mis-
sion
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x x x
Alfred and Colette Smat .--
turned t o Jamaica Sunda:.'
morning after spending firfo'.--


here with the Sandrals, Colet-
te's folk.
X X X
Marie Therese Villefraiche
is off for a two-year course, inl
English, Accounting, and ste,:
nography. She will study at
Suthermere School, Half'-Way.
Tree, Jamaica.


x x x
Polynese Travel Agent. Al-
phonse Jacewiez. arrived '.ja
week from Santiago de Cubai
X X X


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,HAITI SUN.

Two damsels from Delta C


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Lionel Fcmnbrun's h u mn e Tuesday's clipper from Mexi.


Charming Melle Francois;-
jSilvera will be hostess at a
formal dinner-party at the El
pRancho next Saturday. The oc-
Scasion is special. Dr. Raymond
Borno is the guest of honour.
XxX
Miss Gisele Archimede and
Mr Maurice Bazile exchang-ed
wedding vows Wednes d a y
morning Marrain was Mrs. Jo
h PoujoL Parrain, Engineer
ovelace.
XXX

The two daughters of Colo-
el and Mrs. Remain cl'pper-
to the States Wednesday to
school
XXX
Robert and Tamara Baus-
Swere seen recently at Pin-
Hotel in New York.
xxx
Mrs E. J. Bruda left the Uni
d State of Texas to be back
time to open school at the
tete, of the Union School's
urth grade
xxx
i 'Rosalie Me Cahi~l gave grand
ughter Kit Vrooman a fas-
ionable birthday party at the
etion-Ville Club Thursday
xxx
Off to the UN today are An-
lo Vieux and Herard Roy.
XXX
Vicky Dougan, the model
th an" air (Namesake of a fu
e hurricane i. e.: (a rag-
Sbig wind) leave es today
etr six weeks stop-over at
SRancho..

XXX
Roger Wolf is in town
two weeks after four years
Inagua is painting the
w a reddish .hue.




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Word from commercial cir-
cles says the young partner' o
Roy-Beliard and Compan1y will
officially announce his engage
ment the first week .in Otto-
ber.
xxx

Miss Marguerite Trasybulie
became Mrs. Desrouleaux in a
Sacre-Coeur ceremony last Sa-
turday evening.
xxx
The local scene has been
brightened by the return of
Mademoiselles G h i s I a i n
and Elsa Scutt. The girls re-
cently graduated from Mai.y-
wood College in Scrantlnp Pa
returned home on the Ancon
Tuesday.
xxx x
Claude Chancy, Gaby Braun,
Serge Bogat and Guy Beliarcd
are due back tomorrow from
their caravaching tour of Alca-
poca. Mexico City, Havana etc
xXX
Mr. Luc Fouch6, wife of thIs
UNO Permanent Delegatiorn
Chief here, Senator Leon Bap
tiste, and Mrs Francis Etienne
arrived aboard the -Ancon,
Tuesday.
xxx
Mr and Mrs Arsene Magloi-
re said farewells at the air-
port Wednesday to their three
daughters who were U S bound
for school
xxx
Dr. Paul Boncy and wife
Madou flew to Havana today
on a three-week vacation.
XXX

Le Grand Notary Public M
Herman Pasquiere is in the Sta
tes enrodte to Paris.
xxx
Monique Villedrouir. and
Jeannette Armand left Thurs-
day for Saratoga Spring- to
pursue their studies a'. Skid-
more College. A gay round of
farewell parties prer-eded
their departure.


& S, Detroit and Houston H.,';,
Mary Villa and Patricia Jihin-
son are presently Brightening
. up the caribbean and Iho Lele
x x x
Mrs. Jean Chenet is enruute
to Manhattan on Jeweliry bu-
siness. On her return, three
weeks hence, she hope.; tfor
duty franchise on raw mate-
rial for her copper jewelry.
xxx
Capitol airline staffers, Janet
Sch'.':eizer and Carol Kur ir.z c-x
periencirig life in the C' rke-
an, stopping at ,El Rancho,,..
xx
The little white crosses on
Sonny Griswold's Rue du Quai
American Bar might sigr.ify in
terior renovations.
Tycoon Oswald Brandt is
New York-Bound today.
xxx
Suzanne Shrewsbury is oft
to school Stateside today.
X X X
Adrien Dejoie, Ghislaine and
Dorothy Dufresne are flying
to studies in Kingston tumor-
row.
XXX
lIt. Franck Laraque and Lt.
Raymond Chassagne ara leav-
ing for France to perfect their
knowledge of horse mechanics.

xxx
Marine Wickstrom is house
guest of brother Bob Webb -
Delta C&S Director.
xxx
Viviane Dayes. General Ma-
nager of' The Insurance Com-
pany of Jamaica,, is spending
two weeks in P-au-ce. Mr. Da-
yes, expert in insurance mat-
ters, thinks Haiti offers L wide
range in development mostly
in fire insurance

x x x
Ronda Merrett is bound for
Miamoi to re-enter school.
X"xx
Mr. and Mrs Robert Betlchc'r
George took possession of their-
new residence, t h e liaison
Blaise in Place Boyer, Petion-
Ville Wednesday Mr. George,
Supervising Architect of the
ODVA housing, is enjoying the
sun after 18 months at Thule
several leagues from the North
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rar.g Tuesday night with feti--
vities in honour of Jean Clau-
de Vandegeis who had just tic
ked off another year.
xxx
US Ambassador Roy Ta-co
Dais left Thursday by an Air
Force plane for Guantnain,
Bay Naval Hospital. MN Milton
Barrall is in charge at the Em-
bassy until the A'nmbassador's
return.
xxx
Mexican Ambassador J o s e
Tores Talavera gave o highly
successful Embassy reception
on 'the occasion of the Natio-
nal Day of his country Thurs-
day.


Mrs Yolande Charller left
for South America Thursday
morning by PAA. She will vi-
sit Columbia, and other Repu-
blics.


xxx
Miss Lisbeth Muller and Mr
Walter Lessinger wer- mar-
ried Wednesday at the Metho-
dist Church, Pastor Me Con-
nell officiating. Both the bri-
de and bridegroom are from


Switzerland and Swiss Consul
Gustav Gilg attended th_ ce-
remony.

XXX
Miss Rolande Gattereau Ja-
meau, daughter of Mr and M-s
Etzer Jameau. and Mr Roger
Lafontant, son of Mrs (Vve)
Maxime Lafontant, wv!l be joi
ned in Holy Matrimony at Sa-
cre Cceur Church Tuesday Sep
tember 28, 6:30 pim.

I xxx
Mrs Charles Fombrun, dis-
tinguished wife of the Prezi
dent of the Senate, and mother
of the Secretary of State for
the Presidency and for Com-
merce, arrived last Thursday
from New York where she had
spent a few days on her way
home feom Notre Dame du
Cap in Canada.


xxx
Dr Ducarmel Anglaue and
his charming daughter .Anine-
Marie are off to Gay Paris
Friday. Anne-Marie is ta be-
come a Social Assistance stu-
dent at the Pasteur Institute.

xxx
At the Chemalys' last even-
ing daughter Simone and Eric
Canez announced their enga-
gement


co brought in Ambassador Jo
seph L. Dejean and Mrs. De-
jean. They were on their way
to London, the Ambassador's
new post.


xxx
United Nations Permanent
Representative Raoul Aglion
is en t wv o weeks' vacaiton
Stateside.
xxx
Mr and Mrs Robert Ragashe
and their family have left the
country for- good.
xxx
Point IV scholarship winner
Michel Wooley returned from
the U S after a year-long
course in teletyping


xxx
Sister Joan Margaret of St-
Vincent's school for Handicap-
ped is in the States for. three
months with a young patient
who is having a deformaed foot
operation.
XXX


Frederick and Carmita Sie-
gel received a seven-pound ad-
dition to their family Wednes-
day 5 p m when a healthy boy,
Boris, made his debut.

xxx
Mrs Ianiel Sendral former-
ly Janne Voigt, presented Da-
dou with a hefty -eight-pountt
heir last Sunday evening Its
their 3rd.
xxx
Jean and Mrs Sassine wel-
comed their third addition last
Saturday. 8 1/4 pound MartiL'
and Pauja says she'F en
form,.


Sx x
News from Montreal P. Q.
announcing the birth of a ba-
by girl to Mr and Mrs Fer-
nard Labelle was received in
Port this' week. Mother, is the
former Florence Farmer niece
of Jules (Willys Overland)
Farmtner.
XXX
The three Donner girls 1)
Marie Alice Carla, 2) Elisabeth
Rita Ingrid 3) Friederike Mar
garethe Theodora a r e in
search of appropriate names
for their new little 8 1/2 pound
sister who entered the Theo-
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Haitian American Institute
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'HAITI SUN.

will begin on Friday, Octc-ber
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The Haitian-American Il.t, oral Interview, in an etioit to UNION SCHOOL PARENT
ite opens its thirteenth \e.i, help him select the section TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
'ith the commencement o0 cla; which most closely 'orres- The first PTA meeting of
s on Monday, Octo't-car In= ponds to his wishes and to his the Union School for this
stitute will offer its rega.a. preparation. Since these inter school year was held on Mon-
lasses in conversatiouml Eik views will be given by the day, September 13 at the home
;lish, on the beginning, inteir- Insitute staff, they,should p,. of the President, Mrs Wlliair
ediate and. advanced levels, cede the date for the bclua; Shaw.
Swell. as special classes for beginning of classes; ,tudenl, The new executive buarc
those who have had the equi- are therefore urged to register was presented to the asscmbl
Talent preparation of the re- from September 27 to October ge, and Mrs Shaw asked foi
'ular classes but who wish to 1, in order.to begin classes on continued cooperation by thi
continue their practice in con October 4. group for the forhcomiin
ersational English. The Inst, The Library and Recorcl Li- year's work. Mrs Maurice SE
te will also offer classes. i ,eary are as usual open to the ger, Pxrincipal, reported tha' th
lch and Creole. public for consultation, and to enrollment for this yea" is 14
Registration, opens the '-eek Institute members for borrow pupils.
beginning September 2;. iaac. ing books and records. The Ins The new members of 'the fa
Itudent, whether new or re- titute-program of Friday eveu- culty were presented as" follow
ring, will be given a .Thort ing featuring public lecturi-s : Kindergarten-Mrs: Johnson




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First Grade-Mrs. Laureate. Se-
cond Grade-Mrs. Canez; Thirj
grade-Mris. Burchett; Fourth
grade-Mrs. Bruha; fifth grade-
Mrs. M. Shaw; sixth grade-
Mrs Laraque; seventh grade.
Mrs. Churchill; eighth gr~lde
Mrs. Mr. Buckley; ninth grAde
Mrs Lawrence; French-Mrs.
Delaplace; Haitian History-Mrs
Holly; Elementary Aeronautics
-Mr. J. Plinton.
The business of the day was
taken up and the following
committees were established
for this year's Union School
Bazar. Co-chairmen-vIzr. H
Hackenbruch, Mrs R Sotoma-


0 yor, Mrs H


Ashton; t reaFurer-


Mr. J. Scott; arts and Crafts-
Mrs. R Jarman, Mrs M Barall;
White ElephantaMrs H. Bri-
gnac, Mrs A Smith; Sewing-
Mrs. C. Charles; Candy and
Toys-Mrs. S Baranson: Deco-
rating-Captain Ericsen: Bar-
Mr A Smith Mr H Brignac;
Food-Mrs. D. James; Games-
Mr. Jensen, Mr Craan; Cnur
dren's Booth-Mrs J Black; Tic-
kets and Raffles-Mrs. G. Tala
mas.

Following the business of the
day, a delicious tea was ,erv-
ed during which time commit-
tees were arranged, and a gene
ral social hour took place.


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English Examination
S or Scholarship Candidates
As announced during the to meet this date are asked to


month of August, the Institu-
te of International Educution
is accepting applications for
academic scholarships in the
United Staites for the school
year 1955-1956. Interested Hi
tUans may aask for particulars
fom Dr. Ralph H. Brwn, Direc
tor, Haitian-American Insti-
tute.
One of the principal qualifi-
cations for applicants i.n.ler
this program is sufficient
knowledge of English to enable
the student to carry on effec-
tively a course of study in the
United States. As part of the
application procedure, there-
fore, an examination, both ora!
and written, in English has
been prescribed. This exami
nation will be give at the
Haitian-A.nerlcan Institute on
Tuesday, September 28, at 10
o'clock in the morning. Stu-
dents who, for reasons of ur-
gent necessity, may be unable


communicate directly with the
Institute Director.
In the past, Haiti has esta.
blished an enviable record and
the excellence of preparation
of candidates. This yea the
number will be larger tlan
than ever before.


ADMITS TWENTY
RECRUITS
The Military Academy of Fre-
res announced last week its
decision to accept twenty can-
didates for admission this year.
The chosen have been subject-
ed to rigid physical and intel-
ligence tests lasting two weeks
under Major Paul Corvington'7
eagle eye.

Wednesday Fritz Prosper
left for Paris to Continue his
law studies and sister Marie-
Therese went to Boston to stu
dy domestic sciences.


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Pierre, Lionel Alerte, Claude
Martineau, Guy Lafontant, Jac.
ques Lapierre, Claude Edelyne,
Gerard Lys, G 6rard Vaval, Max
Dominique, Claude Dorsainvi'-
le, Frangois Bazin, Jean Bellot
Frank Seraphin, Harry ']'a-
sy, Serge Charles, Leon %Tiss.
Fritz Lamothe, Dabart Jonquil-
]e.

DIOR COMING...
Continued from papge 1
Dior who is quite capable of
stealing headlines from ?,IcCar
thy may result in a little pri
celess publicity for Haiti-espe-
cially if the local scenery
(contours) impresses him to
the point he may renounce his
*Bosomiless dresses, for ever.

VITAL YACHT...
(Continued from page 1)
sailed to the spot and rescued
the group.
Le Matin, records Mr. Otto
Madsen as crediting Eddy Bor
jensen with their survival. The
group included Messr.. Otto
Madsen, Patrick Madsen (his
son), Edmond Phipps, Maurice
Vital, Eddy Borjesson, Ciment
d'Haiti's Nitar and Skipper
.Edouard Denis

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