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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00307


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BERNARD DIEDERICH
EDITOR


VO _U Em V


THE HAITIAN
Por-au-Prince


President Magloire To Visit
USA And Jamaica Early 1955
President Paul Magluore. a'- gloire will visit Jamaica earl,


Eating a cordial invitation
Tom President Dvwight D. Ei-
bhower of the United States,
Make an official visit to
aashington January 26-29 c-
mpanied by Mme Magloire.
leased by both Govein-
ents this week, the correspond
mnce between the Presidents
Sthe two oldest Republics in
; Western Hemispher-
ressed the -many bonds of
Aiendship, existing between
ier peoples.
Another recent jnnuunce-
Lent indicates President Mia-


next 'ear at thie invitation of
t h e .'island's Governor, Sir
Hugh Foot, who spent two
weeks here d uL r i n g J a -
nuary. In a statement to the
vDaily Gleaner during a trip
to Jamaica this month, Minis-
ter Roland Lataillade said Pre-
sident Magloire expects to vi-
sit Jamaica during 1955 whei
the tricentenaile of that couA
try's membership of the Bri-
tish Cbmmonwealth will be c2-
lebrated.


Continued on Page 16
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ENGLISH LAN
Republique D'HAITI


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GUAGE NEWSPAPER
SUNDA Y, SEPTEMBER


Colombie "'" QUARANTINED
LEAVES PORT 24 Hrs. LATE
After a twentywfour hour the harbour before coming
quarantine period here the SS ashore.
Colom.nbie that put out of Port The officials, because uf
of Spain, Trinidad, September their contact with the ship's
20, weighed anchor yesterday personnel also were placed in
morning and headed for Cura- quarantine aboard the vessel.
cao and Venezuela. No cases Mr. and Mrs Jackie Des-
of yellow fever: reportedly champs shared their fate when
prevalent in Trinidad, broke they went aboard to welcome
out aboard during the five Printing tycoon Dad Henri Des
days considered by medical champs, and Mom returning
opinion to be a safe quaran- from Le Havre.
tine period. Incoming passengers were :
The Transatlantic Line ship Antoine Bervin. (well known
spent four days between Tri- author)
nidad and Haiti calling at Mar Mr. and Mrs Henri Deschamps
tinique the same day. and Gun Mr. and Mrs Jean Fouchard
deloupe next day. On arrival and daughter,
b e r e immigrAtion officials Amelie Jourdan,
boarded the ship td inform pas Stephanie and Pierre Lous-
sengers that a further twenty teau,


-four hours- must be spent in


ree pretty Delta-girls get an eye-ful of local attract
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Airline Employees
Sells Haiti 7 o
.Three smart girls, Mary Ve!- the, a
a, Patriciea Johnson and Ela- ters.. \
.e Bonatz, 'leave Haiti t.xl' ing th,
Wth a knowledge of whi-. ('Caril-hb
lakes Haiti a must on a Sum- tree p
m.er or winter vacrition itim- -Iiiit
^ try.

Th girls aire part of the :300) In a
ontnngent of Delta C&S a!z: thE vi:
employees who have visiteJ history
Jaiti since the inaugw-atic- cialitie
D June 1 of the Air- Line's pital],
fily service to familiarize ly sokl
Aemselves with the country


tions to relay to would.



See WI
Tourists
ie selling. The


Continued on Page 2


-CHICKEN THIEF SHOT

IN CITE MAGLOIRE RAID
A chicken thief chose a well ing on the spot. A bag filled
stocked coop for his target with poultry was discovered
Thursday night, but did not -nearby.
know until too late that the
owner was a policeman.
SThe detective reports that ie actor named
heard noises in his backyard d .re theatre
at Cite Magloire No 1 about director thea e
2 a m and snatching his revol-
ver went to investigate. Seeing
-be tourist a strange man busy catching
his chickens, the policeman
started shooting.
Iat The marauder, whose name
has not been revealed, was
Detroi- shot in the head and chest, dy-


*hose jobs entail contact-
e public and selling tho
e-n iJland were given
asses by the airline to
mny West Indian coun-


statement to the .-Sun
sitois, who saw. all th.?
c sights and scenic spe-
s in and around the ca-
qlaimed to be -complete-
is on Haiti which, they
bntinued on Page 2


PEDEST RIAN KILLED
BY CAR

Pierre Montas' Chevrol.-t
S(No. 1876) struck a pedestrian
in front of Radio Commerce
yesterday mcri-ning, killing him
instantly.
M.r. MonLas, it is reported,
was driving rather slowly, and
saw the man too late to avoid
an accident. The pedestrian,
Continued on-Page 2


Thedore Beaubrun, better
known a. s ,Languichatte--
Haiti's popular comic, was ins-
talled Tuesday as director co
the Theatre de Verdure, left
dirctorless by the death of
Charles de Catalogne in 1951.
Beaubrun aJlready claimed the
* Continued on Page 16


I:ONY CHENET
GERANT RESPONSE


R 26ti.


PERSONALITY
OF THE WEE


,i'e at the Bureau des Sp
deeply regret the departure
- Chief Arthur .Morrison,
during the past three ye
has been of great help in
mating the development of
ketball in Haiti Hal
basketball is losing a true s
porter and Haiti a symnpat
friend.... Felix Baker, Di
tar of Sports...
Chief engineer Arthur
Morrison of the U. S. Na
mission left Haiti this w
after three years of train
local Coastguardsmen, in
intricacies of the Diesel engi
The veteran Navy man,
has fourteen years \bf sern
and rows of battle stars to
* credit, will long be reanVm=
ed by the sporting world
well as by Diese'-mitded Coa
guardsmen, as his initiative
to the development of basic
ball in the TRepuiblic. Morrms
Continued on Page 11


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NEW ROAD CLAIMS
FOUR
The new asphalted road at
Derac took heavy toll of moto-
rists and pedestrians t h i s
week end. Three persona
were killed and four others
seriously injured when Mr.
Jean Nassar's truck overturn-
ed at the Derac-Fort Libertk
crossing; and a day later,,-
woman died minutes after the
Continued on page 16


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Colombie" Quarantined. .bert Webb,.
week that t
continued from page 1 with the trapped immnigration week that t
cie Ciadelle,
Aegina Matter men. TuistO
Tourist Of fie
Elie Codada Twventy-one passengers em-
shops have
Jacqueline Elie barked :
the airline Ir
Camille Francois destination Le Havre
gramme 0re
Alice Jeanty Mrs Leo de Catalognegrameve
Seven hots
Gilbert Joassen Mrs Dagmar Hidedam
.Millionaire's
Laurent Jean Mary R. Pere Jacques Mesidor
plan, hadve
Maria Laroche Bernard Ptgassou
visitors, 801
Mr. and Mrs Claude Vigneron Henri Luxer
been girls.
Marie Berthian Miehele Da.rbacq
Mr Webb
Pierre Bossy Wolf Ligonde
Lels are chose
Ruth Bossy Anne-Marie Angladea
yees before
Simone Corriez Dr. Ducarmel Angladeeesbefore
States, and o
Gernmaine Deschamps Jean DjabianStates, and
genie Citadi
Marie Esvan Mrs Maryse Rigal gencie Citad
on a conmplimi
Jean Grimaud Yvonne Coureois on a coplim
seeing tour t
Lionide Joseph Father Roger Pereira seeing tour
ter able to d(
Rend Mannuzel Pierre Noel Saint-Onge
dual hotels ti
Ju'lien Landrain Henri LouLS Auvray
fortunately t
Anne Laot Anita Dalvantfortunately
take in Chris
Pierre Lejeanvre Nicolas Ferrara
The flow o
Marie Le Bail Fernanda FerraraI
fers to the
Pierre Le Pierres destination. Venezuela
in spate, Mr.
Marie Rapp Yolande Etheart
the opportnit
Emilienne Ruyffellaere Gus, Marquess
ble for a spec
Augustine Tual destination Plymouth November. T
Novem~ber. T
Joseph Uguen Marguerite Herbert
ing employee
Anita Alert
stewardesses,
Jean ALphonse s--
J. Claude Apollon PEDESTRIAN KILIED Ticket Agen
Pre Bodenes BY CAR presentatives.
Pere Busson Continued from Page 1
~ __ CHARCOAL
Jeanne Chopon absorbed in eating a slice ofCHARCOAL
B U RNiS
Marcel Cornet avacado was apparently .jay-
A truck, tic!
Jeanne Develle walking, across the street.
Pere Gaubreau ____ cidentally bur
~ '" 1" risien last
Frangois Gayot ARL EMPLOYEES risen last
FrnqisCaotAIRLINE EMPLOYEES causing great
Pre Le Breton .SEE WHAT SELLS HAITI mng te i
Suzan Loughren Continued from Page 1
a Ne tened to fight
Max Neptune -
ErxNestunesay. has been the favourite of The t uck,
Ernest Pillet
Pe Pistiaux Delta employees. Edouard Bella
PNre PiRousseTtiaheyuxpromised to return transport cha
P~e ossl They ,promised to return, transport cha


They were allowed ashore
yesterday morning at 10, com-
in.g in on a *chaloupe, along

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for their regular annual vaca-
tion-by-air, allowed airline em-
ployees each year.
Delta C&S Director here, Ro
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was complete


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the Governmen
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els, listed on tLi
s Dream Vacatio
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o of whom ha


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sen by the empl
departure from tl
in arrival here A
elle takes the
nentary hotel sigl
o make them be
describe the indiv
o passengers. ULii
he tour does ni
.ophe's Citadel.
f Delta C&S sta
Caribbean is sti
S\\'ebb said, an
v will be availa.
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he Lucky voya;
's hold jobs a
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villagers who has-
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owned by Mr.
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'ort-au-Prince. It
13'l dclestroyed.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th

TOURIST SHOP ASSOCIATION GROWING


.The Tourist and Gift Shop
Association, welcomed a new
member last meeting. Mrs Gla-
dys Horelle owner-manager of
cOuanga Doll-.
The Association, founded Ju
ly 15, is showing healthy signs
of growth under the manage-
ment of its permanent conunmmi-
ttee elected by the temporary
body after the eleboration -of
rules and written law. Form-
ed for the mutual protection
of tourist and tourist shop.


the Association has adopted
such slogans as -One price
policy, and aPublicity'. The
professed aim behind the mo-
vement is an understanding
among vendors of souvenir ar;
tiles to act for the common in
terest, to develop the Tourist
industry to establish a profes-
sional code of ethics which will
inspire confidence among pur-
chasers, and to co-operate with
Government departments.
The 'code of ethics' is defin-


ofHAITI SUN. PAGE 3


LE PERCHOI The programme of the Asso-
ci ation covers furnishing the
THE HOME OF FINE me,~nber- with useful informa-
THE HOME OF FINE .. .
1? L a0 n1Onl tOurrktic- que.tran-v
AMERICAN STEAKS, /t o l on ,oome ti c rue-tion,
CHOPS, FILETS, AND CHICKEN holding meetingi for the dis-
cu..'sion of business methul-:[
FROM NOON TO MIDNIGHT and the promotion of the in-
EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY dustry; submitting worth-
Swhile suggestions to Govern-
DINNER-DANCE MUSIC BY r
FX Rent departments fur caoaiide-.
FELIX GUIGNARD r
ration: telling the Department
Hof Commerce grievances of itK-
HIS GROUP AND V
j memnber-s.
THE ONDOLINE members.
SOn the managing committee
~ ~-~- ~ ~ -are
. -* ..- ` -.-*---..-'..'.- .<. ^ -. -<.-<*.* <.%. Mr. Elias E. NoustaS, Presi-
?dent; Mr. Georges Deslandes,

A member of the Family Vice-President; M r s James
THEro WAL FaEwald, Second Vice-Presidenm;
THE WALL CLOCK IWITHMr. Claude Paquin, Secretary
Mr. David James, Treasurer ;'
Ii. WESTMAINISTER C H I M E s Messrs. Karl Gaetjens, Eric
0 Mein'berg, Maxim Berne, and
S3 QUARTER HOURLIY. Mrs E- Champang, Counsellors.
QUARTR HOULY. "


ARILJLONS WE-STMINSTER




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ed in Article 23 of the charter
as embracing :
1- No derogatory remarks
about other Association mem-
bers.
2.- One price for all-articles
for all members..-
3.- All articles offered fo:"
sale must be clearly priced,
but manufacturers need only
mark displayed articles.
4.- A detailed bill is stipulat-
ed on which appears the name
and address of the shop the
date, and the quantity, des-
cription and price of each ar-


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HAITI TRADING Co. S. A. Chamber of Commerce Il:Wf;.
CITE DE L'EXPOS ITION, PHONE 2069


HE HAD TICKETS
BUT NO BHANE
Benisois Pierre varied his
usual programme of felony by
attempting to snatch a batch
of lottery tickets worth $8
from Louis Jean-Pierre's re;-
taurant on Rue Monseigneur
Guilloux, 8 a. m. Thursday mor.
ing.
The proprietor, who hdj


*stepped out for a moment.
returned to see Pierre with
the tickets, and with a shout
lunged for him. Dropping his
booty the thief dashed through
the door and down the street
Exhibiting commend a b 1 a
speed, Benisois Pierre reach-
ed the Marche de Salomon be
fore he was tagged.


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Page 4 tHA1TI SYUN

AMBASSADOR DAVIS .. -


DUE SOON FROM CUBA
CHECK-UP

United States Ambassador t)
Haiti Roy Tasco Davis will re-
turn to Port-au-Prince within
the next few days from the U.
S. Naval Hospital at Guanta-
namo, Cuba, officials of the
Embassy announced this week
Ambassador Davis has been
at the hospital during the past
week for a routine physical
check-up, the results of which
left no reason for concern as
to his health. His many friends
in the capital and throughout
the nation will be glad'to leirn
that he will soon be among
them again.
xxx
Mrs. Lois Jones Pierre-Noel
whose exhibition of paintings
at the Centre d'Art won such
high acclaim this month, left
for her home in the U S A
Tuesday morning. Invited by
the Haitian Government, Mirs.
.,Pierre Noel conducted an ari
course at the Centre d'Art for
the past two months. The pain
tings she exhibited here will
be shown at the Sherman Art
Gallery, New York, in Januaiv,
the artist confided before de-
parture.

FOR SALE
Buick, Dynaflow with radio,
spot lights, tinted windows etc
The car is in perfect condition.
and can be inspected at any
time by technician. .Please
make your bid, (not lower than
$1.25) 'at the Curacao Trading
Company, S. A. We are also in-
terested in exchanging the
Buick for a station wagon.
Telephone 2130.
1e a


tiJb~pkf report


Bulldog isi weighing rusty
anchor and departing on all
four with fadedout memories
to greener ipastui"-iamracks
Stateside.
.xxxx
Biddyl dropped dead-elabora-
i
te funeral services are being
planned .bientot,.
xxx
The Shell Company went out
on a cidate with Jennifer uMon-
day evening.
xxx
Palm Beach has claimed
Tom Higgins Rue du .Quaiar
who is iLn business with first
ex-wife Madame Donohue.
xxx
Dominican diplomat Jose
Enrique Aybar, .recalled last
week from his post as Ambas-
sador to Haiti of the Domini-
can Republic, was named Un-
der Secretary of State for Na-
tional Economy and Labour.
on arrival in Ciudad Trujillo.
x xx
FOR SALE
French original 'Cousteau
and Cagneau 3-bottle aqua-
lung permitting 2% hours nor-
mal breathing time under wa-
ter. Only used six times, xcel-
lent condition, can be chargtel
at Powell's Industrial works,
Selling new in France 'for $390
will sell at $50 due to imrnme-
diate departure. Fully' equip-
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or any underwater workers.
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CA.RE Local Representative
Sam Ziskind journeys to Pont
L'Estere today to attend gra-
duation exercises of Pere Mi-
'ton's adult education class.
.The Father is olbing fine work-
in the adult education field
at Pont L'Estere.
xxx
In the current -Red Cross
Bulletin- a fine pictorial re.
port entitled Le Sauvetage
par *-le sang. shows the rescue
from death of a young man
whose head is damaged in a
car accident. T h e miracle,
achieved through blood trans-
fusion, is skillfully photograph
ed by Charles Gleofges andi
fluently connected by editor
Jacques Large.

xxx
The exhibition of valuable
historical treasures which has
drawn an interested stream ot
visitors to the archives during
the past fortnight, will be ex-
tended until the first week in
October.
Due to close Friday the show
was so successful that Director
Laurore St- Juste' decided to
prolong it,



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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th

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.ON FORM, BUT 4OFF-SIDE
IN a recent three ganml
tour of the North. Violette Ath
letic Club came up against
strange -l.uck.
First of all, the r'eferea


scheduled to handle the gamn2
didn't turn up, and the Presi-
dent of the opposing club took
the whistle. Violette lost that
game by a narrow margin, ha-
ven't yet released statistics on


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loseah Nadal and o.., Disirbhulor's


number of oft-sides ruled a-
ga.inst them, and seem to b?
having trouble totalling the
number of -hands., but the-,'
state it's safe to describe them
in the three-figure bracket.
Their second match wa;
fraught with the same lack of
sympathy between referee anJ
refereed.
But, in their third, Violett-
becaname d(l.y rampant and to-...
home 11 of the best. Even the
rer had to allow some of then.
so he called it fifty-fifty, gave
the visitors six of the eleve.,-.
goals and reluc-tandtly turned i i
a verdict of a 6-0 win.

x x x
Racing'- top-ranker Zoupim
fijnas Ant,:i:le Tay v, L!;as Ta,.
sy the Terrible) is due to puti
in a year to pep up the Ameri-
can soccer team Caliti, which
has already tested Haitian
mettle in the form of Gaetjen.:.
x x x
It's nowv a pretty safe predic-
tion that no Vincent Cup Play-
off wilJl be entered upon this
year, and so Violette may be
credited with still holding it
This is the second consecutive
year the Vincent has been
skipped.
x x x
Tumultous players contest-
ed the majority vote turned in
by Racing Club members last
Friday at the General meeting
for the selection of a new corn
miittee to replace the former
body which resigned a week
earlier
The committee, headed by
Paul Mathon, did not win the
sanction of the players who
were apparently in favour of
Herman Pape.

INTERNATIONAL TENNIS
TOURNAMENT PLANNED
FOR PORT-AU-PRINCE
Anl international tennis tour-
nament between representa:i-
ves of Puerto Rico, Curacra).
Jamaica and Haiti is being o-
ganized by the Port-au'-Prince
Tennis Cluband will be hel'
in th& near future


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geJottinsn A Traveler'

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Note
Attention was drawn to live-
ly Sicily, this season by the
contortions of 'Sally the Preg-
nant Seal' who received vmpa
thy from readers thzoughoit
the world when a rubber tyre
became hooked around her
middle and she spent half the
Summer coasting off-shore try-
ing to rid herself of her em-
barrassment.

Just off the toe of the Ita-
talian Boot, Sicily was once
the step-sister of glamorous
Capri, but now has come into
its own as a first-rate interna-
tional resort-
Sicily, located midway bet-
ween Spain and Turkey, nuid
way between Europe and Afri-
ca, has aii thi charms of the
Mediterranean-hot sun, snovwy
peaks, luscious foliage and
bright colors. And now a long
range program of the govern-
ment tourist- office has added
to these natural assets a string
of new hotels, improved ra,'
and air connections, and better
services, making the island
more attractive than ever to
the tourist.
More than half a dozen firs:-
class hotels, built by the Coinm-
pania Italiana Aliberghi Tuns-
tici, have -been completed i-i
two years.

An experimental tourist sett-
lement, referred to as -The Ma
gic Village,. has been set up
at Taormina to provide bed
and shelter for about' $1 a night
Across the island, from the
Straits of Messina to the ternm-
ples of Selinus, more accommo
dations, service stations and
snack bars are being subsidized
by the Cassa del Mezzgiorno.
Among the newest hostelries
is the Mondello on the beach
near Palermo, a modern pala-
ce decked with pastel tiles,
swirling designs, abstracts ani
mobiles. Prices at the Mondel-
lo are higher than the $4 to
$6 charged for rooms at othe"
hotels on the island.
In contrast to the Mondello
is the rich. old monastic charm
of the San Dominico in Taor-
mina, which was built as a mo-
nastery in 1430 and converted
to a hotel in 1870. The cloister
Is unchanged, as is the choir,
though it's now the main hall.
The bar is located in the for-
mer refectory. WThere t h e


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to Rome runs an average 1i
$125. The tab can be cut com.-
siderably if one chooses many
of the simple, inexpensive pen-
sions on the island instead of
first-class hotels.
Government-operated tourist
offices, incidentally, in Rome


w


Book
may stp cocktails and listen to
the thrum of the guitar and the
Neopolitan crooning of the lo-
cal. quartet-the Barbers of Ta
ormina.
The most comfortable an'.l
practical way to see Sicily is
by bus. In any) direction the
road I e a d s to antiquities.
There are Phoenician ruins,
Greek and Roman temples and
arenas, many still in use f'ri
summer productions of th!L
classics; bulging Arabian do-
mes, built by the Saracens; gri
ceful Gothic cathedrals, inspir-
ed by the Normans In con-
tra3t are the German pillboxes,
destroyed by Ameritan troops
of World War II.

C. I. A T, the Itilian bus
line, opeiaLteS a LC:'CU.UP' Lu1 1 U.:
the island, the Golden Ribbon
Tour, at an average cost of $11
a day including transportation
hotels, meals, guides, entrance
fees and tips

Circular tours of the islan.i
begin in Palermo, busting cap,
tal of Sicily, less than t wxv o
hours and $20 via air from Ro-
me or $10 and overnight by ship
from Naples. One can vxaiy,
sightseeing with swimming in
the wide, white sand beach at
Mondello. During the summer.
the teeming, narrow streets of
the old city are jammed with
spectators for folk fetes and
sporting events.

Syracuse, once the largest
and most powerful city of the
ancient world, is today a sleepy
little port, dozing amidst the
relics of its heyday. Bahin;i
the huge Greek theatre (where
the plays of Aeschylus and So-
phocles are still performed) ri
an old stone quarry, once a
dank echo-filled prison. Here,
the old tyrant Dionysius, says
the legend, used to sit conceal
ed in a roof chamber and listen
to the secrets of the prisoners,
as even their whispers echoed
to the top of the cave.


Situated on a narrow rock
shelf atop a stair-steep road Li
the jewel of the island, th.:
tiny town of Taormina To th.
south are the remains of a
Greek-Roman theater and the
snowy -flank of Mount Etna.
Europe's highest and most ac-
tive volcano.
A tull week on Sicily with all


and all major. Sicilian towers
will plan itineraries and make
pension. recommendations free
of charge. The island is roughly
20 hours via air from N-Y on
Pan American World Airway's-
Clippers direct to Rome.


NEWS AT RANDOM'
Elizabeth Arden beauty
sultant, Mrs. L. Afrabg8
gave consultations all wea|
Port- au- Princienne cbelli
who dropped in to Maiso.I.
douard Phipps. to ask her;
vice.
Venezuelan Arnbas s a d-0
Manuel Dagnino received'
Utlistirguish'ed group of guess
last Saturday evening at Ce
cle Bellevue at a dinner in h
nour of Haitian Ambassadi
to Caracas and Mrs Pierre Hi
dicourt.


BANANA PRODUCTION
Government efforts to p
the fig banana industry bat
on its feet are meeting wit
moderate success, product
in the Artibonite tot a I i n
63,227 bunches over the fir
ten months of the fiscal yea
July's total export from S
Marc reached 5,080 bunches.


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many dating from pre-Clhris tian times still to be found on
the island. In the background is Mount E t n a Europe's
highest and most active volcano. Sicily is again coming into
its own as an international .-esort center. Italy is linked to
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Renaud Joanis devised an
elaborate scheme to tr i c :
truck driver Roger Paul out
of $ 5 last week and earned J
gaol sentence for fraud in.,-
tead.
Joanis, an old familiar face
around Police Headquart e r ..
told the court this week he
had called the truck driver tel
ling him he had $ 900 worth
of building material to b.!
transported and intended gi-
v'ing him the job. Paul igre.
but first went to Marti.sanrt t-)
refill his gas tank.
While at the service StatIui.
Jodinis staged a telephone cu-
v.riarion after' which he I.,ju
he would have to go 1to G-
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At Gerarci Buuca r it' ., t 1.L
chauffeur reports, he saw Jo,-
nis inll Conversation with thu
owner.
On the way to the Travaux
Publique, Joan.is demanded a
loan of $ 5 to speed up opera-
tions, at the office and get his
building permit quickly. All
his money was in the bank, he
explained and he had no time
to cash a checque.
Demurring at first, the chaui"
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disappeared into the office.
But Paul was suspicious, and
watching him, saw him sneak
out by another door. With -
shout he started in pursuit
and finally caught his man.


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Baseball

Bolster
Baseball could be one n
Haiti's major dollar earners
without hampering the growth
of football, according to Adrion
Malebranche of the Haitia
Tourist Bureau in New-York
-Ady., renowned as one o
the Big City's keenest baseba'
fans, is enthusiastic about the
U lift it could give our tourist
trade. American people, lihc
says, are enthusiastic about'
the game and will go anywhere,
to see a match after the U. S.
League closes.
Dodger fan Ady professes
himself .100%- for baseball in
Haiti without harming football
our national sport, and points
to Cuba as an example of bi-
seball and football thriving to-
gether. A great football enthu-
siast, Ady rooted for aViolette
before crossing to New-York
in 1946. He had just left the
Bureau des Contributions af-
ter ten years, and did not re-
enter the Government fold un-
til he accepted his present Bu-
reau du Tourism post.


Urged To

Tourism


B.4SEBALLER .ADY.


tions to baseball, developing
favourites among the tojp-
rankers C Jackie Robinson,
f:rs-i Negro to play in the B.g
League and Roy Campanellui.
He learned to play and wat-
ches every game he can in
the stadium or on television-,
t,;- listens to them on the radio.
He even eats lunch in a TV
owning restaurant to get in an
hour watching the game every
day.
In support of his argumenT,
Ady points out the talent hunt
ing tours made in the West
Indies' by Big League Scouts,


diUon to providing States-widE
publicity for their countries
these boys open the eyes of
non-footballers to an exciting
and rewarding form of athlete
ics.
Youngsters would make rea-
ching the Big League theory
goal, and the standard of local
baseball would soar.
Top teams would select
.faiti for their Summer pra,-
tice (as they chose the Domi-
nican Republic last year), and
the result would be invaluable
publicity.
*I really hope- concludes the
Haitian baseballer I will be
able to see a baseball game In
Stade Magloire some day..


FAMOUS ARCHEOLOGIST
FASCINATED BY HAITI

Dr Wendell Philipps, fame.l
archeologist who has led ex-
peditions to nearly every paiL
of zhe globe, confessed fasci-
nation with Haiti .both for-its
geographic position and ethli-
nic .formation, while staying
at the Hotel Riviera last week
The great scholar who has
earned doctorates in Literat-i


Arabia, and served the -Ame-
rican Foundation of the Ye-
men expedition,, as well as
the 'American foundation c-f
the Oman expeditions.. H e
now works for the Library of
Congress and the Aperican mu
seum ,for the study of Man
While in Port-au-Prince, Dr
Philipps (named Shiekh of
the Bal Arith Tribe by the
Sultan of Arabia) visited the
Kurt Fisher collection and pro
fessed himself greatly impres-
sed.


Thursday September 30
6 and 8.15 p m
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Friday October 1,
6 and 8:15 pm :
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Saturday October 2,
6 and 8:15 p m :
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3:30 p m :
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Haiti has been invited to
send delegates to the conferen
ce on Education to be held
from October 15 22 at Quito,
Ecuador.
Questions discussed at the
Madrid conference in 1 9-40
'wiUll be reviewed and education
naJ cooperation in South Ame
rica and the Antilles will .be
discussed.


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SBehind The

oulthard Critique

(.tuui of the controversy/ centred arou:id
Sp ,,!clc Hait Sad Country of manLj
v'tO .":).', by G R. Coattlithard,. publish',.i
I ..,' ,1i th .- i ",luii uis last it'eek, ic ha.e d ,ccilde d 1 ,j
explain thr orig;nof the article.
Herbie f tduaier, Haitian Bi?:j Ciosbiy
whli helps his jather run station 41VRW1, drop-
ped into oar office with an obvious case of
-blues-. In a disconsolate hand was the Coul-
thard critique, that hlie said had been sent himi
by a young Jamaican friend who had cancelled
a Haiti vac(al':ion on reading it.

A ,)trcep';.;.': reader of the critic"sum of Haiti
car. set thai Coulthard entered the Rrpublic
with a chip -nz Is shoulder. It is also probable
that his guided tour of Haiti never got farther
than Bel .4.r and even there he would have
see-n the cmnle that make Haiti famous, had
he had less prejudiced vision.

But the u titer's ideas of the poorer sections
of a town mist have been conditioned by the
hAiingston -dlnagleb where the only smiles in
evidence are on drug- sated faces.

Though there are morsels of truth in the has-
tily assumed l-cture Mr Coulthard has formed
of our country, his description is obviously that
of an imperialist seeking arguments in favour
of the nut-7noded, crippling system of Colonia-
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Haiti in a fair and objective of the mountains of Haiti, de-


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Coulthard's
Impressions Of
Haiti Are
Wrong

DALTONISM OR FANTASY?

By John E. Pickering

REPRINTED FROM LE NA
TONAL'S. ENGLISH
SECTION '

One G. R. Coulth:iid, a ja-
maican self-styled journnali-t
or rather follicle-writer ekes
out the list of disparages anl
contemptors of our country
which, among other valuable
assets, can boast of and value
itself upon a longer list of ad-
mirers among whom are to be
depicted remarkably famous
authors and statesmen.
.Let us, for the present time
pass over in silence the names
of such writers as described


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way to consider the pygmy
prose of Coulthard.
This Jamaican visitor was in
no way misguided in the selec
tion of his sources of in formri-
tion as Haiti-Sun will have
it; the only excuse we could
afford to dispense the jamdi-
can flyblower whose avowed
purpose was to spoil the coun-
try's well-deserved consider.a-
tion even in the'higher sphere s
of society in his own country
by trying in vain to feed
to it its nasty Iblowfly's specks
is a certain daltonism which
he may unequivocably be af-
flicted with, or the fantasy of
one who came with the deli-
berate, pre-conceived aim of
disparaging the country of
Toussaint Louverture, Dessa-
lines and Petion.

Coulthard's daltonism pre-
ferred .to see in the green pas-
tures and luxuriant vegetation


solution, nakedneb and what
not. The verdant drapeiy of
Haitian mountains has been
over and over again praised
by visitors of a better cast
than Coulthard and whose eye
-sight was clearer and of a
friendlier purity. The scarlet
poinsetti.tus bordering all the
lanes up to our renowned plea
sure-resort, Kenscoff could not
have failed to pierce the eyes
of Coulthard: yet, it is proba-
ble that he did not mean to
see ,things in Haiti in the eye
of the sun but rather in his
dark mind's eye.
Flowers and the love-
]ist are to be seen all over
Haiti; and the foliage is as
varied and glowing as in Ja-
maica, if not, at times, more.
HAITI AN'S SPRTGHTL NESS
In his hastto spew his con
tempt on Haiti, Conlthard de-

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Page 10 ciHAITI SUN>
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tion of lists of desired purcha-
Results Of Nursing Exam Out a impolations submitted C
see and impor-tations submitted

Results of the recent exami- JE,.EMIE by representatives of Liberia
nation for admission to the Maurette Clermon.t, Janine ,Petite industries products
will form the main body of tha
nursing school were amloui- Pasquier.
Haintan traffic to Liberia, but
ced last week. The following JACMEL H
certain other conmmodoties
passed. : Andrelina Jn-Baptiste t
CAYES such as rum also are included

PORT-AU-PRINCE Rose-Marie Jn-Louis. in the exchange.
Edelle Pierre-Louis, Adelinle PORT-DE-PAIX This negotiation was initia-
Cinciatus Genevie Liu- Anne Eugene, Germaine bel- ed by Monrovian businessmen
CitancL Jacques, Gene Gaviellard An- levue. prompted by our exhibit at the
ne-Marie Jac Hilton, Anne-Mll ar-ie STMARC, GONAIVES recent Liberian fair.
ne-Marie' Hilton, Anne-.Xarie
-., Philornene Beauchamp
Narcisse, Marie-Rose Svre. Philo ne Beauchamp
Nyrva Gaspar(L Gertrude LJ- SENATOR SHOWS OPTIMISM
lanne, Marie-H6lene Blon- LIBERIA HAITI ON HAITIAN DEBTS
court, MarLe-Martha Garcia, TRADE TO BEGIN .
Marie Meo, Marlene Cadet, Trade is due to begin soon Senator Bap. te, one of Jac-
Gladys JnLouis, Violette Pier- between Liberia and Haiti, eln largest coffee exporter.
re, Glselle Gillot, Marie Ddsir, for the first time. and the Go- 'ld reporters in New Yor,
Marie-Thfrese Beau'lieu. JanL- vernment services concerned ld we p t Hai i crYo
ne Henriquez. already have begun examin-7- wt fwee c1 nti i i gh
Witnh foreign countries is highi.
*"-"""'""''" "" ""' He continued that the idc..i
The RIVIERA expressed by the President oi
he RIV ERA a 10.000.000 dollar internal poll-

Hoteld d'Haifi cy is eaily reliable for the ,
$ savings in Haiti have need of
a refuge..
d He accused Haitians of in-
Svesting too much abroad, say-
ing it is certain that the besL
Policy is to establish a State
Sloan and thus keep the money.' ,
in the country.


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has remained a leading promo,
tor of the game, now recognz-
ed as a major Haitian sport.

When the soft-spoken '?iig.-
neer wa6- erzt ouwn irum tile
Ship repair Department at Key
\West Florida, he found his !a-
vorite gamue nursing a fadirg
spark of life. There w;as a Ic-
lorn. seldom used baske;")i]!
court at Coast Guard Headqu~r
tears, and sports-luver Morri-
son lost no time organiz.ig Li
team, and. he rectills, fuu;:d
enthusiastic response. e'pec:.il-
ly from Lieutenanlt Lafon,' ait
. and Sportsmen Baker and (Pei


COU.
Morrison dug back into bas-
keubail technique p.cked up at
High School in his native PC,.
totoc (Miss.) and supplemeut-
ing it wnh skill acquired in the
navy, coached the C o a."
Guards into second place for
both Milita ry and Civil tr')
phies. The next two years
brought second positioim ;,.
the Civil Cup pnd top plac,-s
in the Military Divhiion.

,This year, the Mi ,sizippi aailor
predicts, the ircphy i-L definitet
13' ear-marked for his C,,- ".
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Personality Of The Week
'ionifiued from Page 1)


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The basketball expert wh
accompanied,' the national se
election to Jamaica this year
both as player and coach, i
also a seasoned warrior wh
shed high School graduatio
togs for a Nav)' uniform at I
A year later he was part o
the U. S. reply to Pearl Hat
bour.
First commissioning the iS
ratoga', Jap-fighter Morriso
switched to another Aireraf
Carrier the ,Hornet, and w\
borne into the Doolittle ra',
on Japan. A month after hi
transfer from the -Hornet'
went down.
The war years took A
through the Coral Sea and M
way Battles, the bloody T%%
Jima assault and the Okinav%
invasion.


.. I, i, Llruagh his v.,
C.ieeL', he ',as sent to a Chic
gO Diesel school for training
ana ioilowved that up wit
inore intensive study at tI
General Motors plant in Cl
r'land, Ohio. Shipping shoat
the Minesweeper YMS 146,.
glinetl promotion to Chi4f Pe
ty Officer M.Nlay 1, 1944). The
on the LCI (m) 632. he sa
the war closc, and shuttle
Jap prisoners out of Shangh,
and North Coa.st ports. Morri
son next served atl a Chines
Naval Center,in Singtoa, before
doing a year ship-repairing
Adak, Alaska, and 18 post-wa
months on Guam.

Key West was his next assign
ment and there marriage awa
ed him.
Since his arrival, Chief MoE


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vigation. The 'QuLsqueya, and
the 'Simbis, used to ferry pas-
sengers to and from cruise
ships. were also sailed down
with assistant of Morrison.
Art and his charming wife
Rt-ba, before their departure
Friday, promised to return.
-Our friends are here. they ex-
plained, then added -we may
even retire in Haiti-.


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1F ilE ACl Il-I tfCofI Ii IEi
Ramses Rouchan left Wed- re, editor of ,Le Jour, flew to Argentinian A


nesday for Cap-Perrin, Geor-
gia where he will take an e-
lectricity course at the South-
Eastern Signal School.
XXX
Miss Marie-Therese Cameau,
daughter of Mr. and Mrb Al-
phonse Cameau. will be given
in marriage next Tuesday Pt
Notre Dame Cathedral to M:-.
Oslin. Alcindor. son of Mr and
Mrs Foselin Alcindor.
xxx
XXX
Grace Gaines Lee returned
this week by Pan-Air from a
Caribbean trip selling Chate-
let des Fleturs flowers.
xxx
The Rev. Father WV. Ligonde
left for 'Angers, Friday.

XXX
Famous historian D a n t e s
Bellegarde returned last Sa-
turday by the Panama Line-
from the U.S.A. where he par-
ticipated in a UN conference
on racial problems in Africa.

xxx
Representing the Ha i t i a n
Press at the Inter American
Press Conference, Hubert Ca-


Sao Paolo last Saturday. Twen
ty one Republics will take
part in the conference




Major Max Celestin, Army
Health Service Inspector, left
Cayes last week t: voyage to
France on a -ceholarship to sp)?
cialise in cardiology at Paris
University.


xxx
Miss Matsa Bernard and Mr
Roger M. Lamothe exchangeJ
wedding vow.s before the Sa-
cre Coeur alter Saturday evn-
ning. A gay reception at the
Maurice Laroche villa on Che-
nin des Dalles followed th2
ceremony. The couple are pre-
sently honeymooning in IKens
coff.


XXX


We are pleased to note the
recovery of Mr Fernand Cr'ep
sac from his recent i I I n e s 3
which has confined him to btd
for the past fortnight.
xxx


and Mrs Jorgio Aquino held a
brilliant reception to fete the
departing Attache and Mrs E-
douardo Garcia.
xx
The Depatment of Com-
merce recently released the
J.uJy total of tourists: 4,330 ar-
rived, 2,079 by air and 2,374
by sea. These figures whicn
do not include transit visitors
show a 319% increase ov\,r
last year July.
xxx
Mr Yvan Desinor, formnlr
Haitian Minister to Guatemala
arrived at Bowen Field Mon-
day noon, on his way to assu-
me duties of General Inspec-
tor of European Consulates
and Legations of the Haitian
Government.

xXX
*HAITI SUN. acknowledges
with deep gratitude the kind
wishes for our anniversary ex-
pressed by our daily 'confre-
ress.
xx x
Mr. Love 0
Leger, Haitiad Ambassador
to the Organization of Ameri-


can States arrived in Port-au-
Prince Wednesday, after thiee
years absence. Ambassador Le-,
gr's transfer from London to
the Washington headquarters
of the 0. A. S. creates a uni-
que situation in Washington-
two Haitian. Ambassadors of-
the same name in the same
town, as Mr. Jacques A Leger
is our ambassador to the USA
capital.
X X X
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senly visiting in Port-au-Pria
ce.
x x x
Miss Margarette Robe Fou-
chard left yesterday for Ham-i
bourg, Germany. to study on1
a National Education scholir.e
ship.


Sunday afternoon, before a
large audience of priests, Albo
Pereira who is due to leave Fri
day for Paris, pronounced his
perpetual vows of the Congre-
gation of the Fathers of Saint-
Esprit.






SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26111


'HAITI SUN. Page 13


Miss 1'-anqoise Silvera, beu mrne du
'tiul in a white gown, was a Corps.
Charming hostess at a formal
wcocktail party at eHotel El Paris
Eancho, last evening on th2 Piatrici
c c a s i o n of th.e a n of Aux
u n c e m e n t of her en- is doir
gagement to Dr'. Raymond teachir
[Borno. The bride's mother,- 'lumie
Mrs Edouard Roy radiantly pianist
.hared congratualtions with talent
)ad Mr. Albert Silvera. A lar-
,, and distinguished crowd of Davc
friends attended. Gables
SMaqui,
x x x Field
From Bourdon Park comes
o r d of the forthcoming Cita(
marriage of Louis Griswold Dejean
SMarion De Young III. The" T'hursd
ate is March and Dan Rendez tour.
oous Alien has been recruited
s witness. The
xxx se son
Gussie Higgins formerly of ten in

iggins Rue du Quai Tavetn tional
tded a 'engthy courtship last head f<
month with richish New York
Ihitect John Franklin Har-
isa when his yacht was dis- Ren4
aated in Hurricane. Carol off manage
ap Cod. Wedding bells pealed tel han
ight after the blow. Monday
xxx friends
Gerard Bazelais enters ano- ing due
,er year October 24. ing op]


ties at the Scisp Nur-sc-s


x x x

s is the new home of
a Wiederman the lady
c Orchidees. Madame W.
ng secretarial work and
ig music in the city -le
ire, a former conceit t
t believe it or not- the
was not displayed here
xxx
on Montgomery of Coral
Florida is here as Will
s's replacement Bown
Station mara.ger.
xxx
lelle Tour Agent Felix
flew north to Chicago
lay on a fact finding


XXX
Roland Rouziers bapti-
Charles this morning at
Sacre-Cceur. The "radi-
wetting of the baby's
allows at Bois PaLtate.

xxx
Kol.bjornson assistant-
er of the Damballah ho-
mboched awey his fete
y' with wife Irene and
Rene an up and com-
eler is looking for a fenc
ponentL


xxxx

x x x 'Banque Nationale's Maurice
rs Maurice Latortue (for- Fils-Aim4 observes his birth-
erlBy Alida Cassagnol) return day October 22.
i Tuesday fom a six-week- xxx
ek through the U. S. ani Mrs Bella Desrue, tripped to
anada, accompanied by her New York Sunday.
Other, Mrs Louis Cassagnol, xxx
Young son Philippe, and Mr. Martial Petrus arrived
Cousin Miss MarcelJe Cas- Wednesday f o o n Brussels
gnol. Mrs Latortue, wife ,of where he was Charge d'Affai-
.e dean of the -Ecole- Poly- res to fill the same post-in Ot-
ichnique is expected to resu- tawa, first time Haiti will ha-

ve a legation in Canada.


Mr. Theodore Baker return-
ed Tuesday from the States
%'where he spent thee years stu-
dying mechanical engineering
at Long Island University.


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Andy Andersen is home 7trum
San Juan running Souther-
land Tours during Fergies ab-
sence in California.
X.xx
Due for much handshaking
are William Mlc-lntos h anti
Lieut. Pasquiet, nominated to
resume positions at the head
of the Football Federation,
w.h e r e they diii a fine job
once before.
XXX
Jill. Hightower returned to
Indiana'Thursday after a four-
Jay visit with friends in Port.
X X X
Miss Jacquelline Ney Pierre
.flew to Montreal with studious
intentions 'Wednesday. S h e
will be away three years.
X X.X
Mggr. Collignon is expected
back in Haiti October 9 by the
S. S. .Panama-. He will be ac-
companied by his Secretary,
Rev Father Bedard
xxx
UNO Expert Jules Mar-
chand arrived Wednes. d a y.
from'San Juan for a year-long
mission here.

x. xx
New. York bound today are
Attorney and Mrs F6lix Jean-
Louis (Mane nee Senecal). The
well-known lawyer, assistant
Manager of-the H a i t i a n
branch of the American Inter
national Underwriters' Compa-
ny, and his wife plan on two
weeks in is grande ville'.

xxx

With a contract for exploi-
tation of Haiti's mineral re-
sources, which they will offer
for State approval, Messrs. Po-
lakoft and Rubin arrived in
Port Wednesday. They are re-
presentatives of Haitian Ame-
rican Minaral Corporlation of
Newv York locally represented
by SEDREN, presided over by
Mr. F. L. Bogat
Ricardo W.idmaier's Radio
Haiti received warm congra
tulations from the Republic's
radio lovers last Friday on the-
occasion of its 19th. birthday.
'Flaneurs. from far and near
gathered at the station during
the evening as practically eve-
.ry orchestra in town contri-
buted a half hour's melody.


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Max Mac-CGuffie was in a
fe-stive mood last night as
friends gathered round to prof-
fer congratulations on his good
salesmanship. Max was award-
ed a eFord> trophy for topp-
ing all Caribbean salesmen
this year
xxx
Mass Gladys Thebaud will
become Mrs Andr6 Homere at
the Baptist Church Saturday
October 16, at 6 p m. Parents
of the bride are Mr. and Mrs.
Remusat Thebaud, and the
groom's mother is Mrs (Vve)
Pierre Montbs.
xxx

Mrs Yvonne Fils-Aim6 anC
-cn Jein-Robcrt are back in
their Bois--Verna residence af-
ter two weeks vacation in P6-'
tion-Ville as guests of Mr. and
Mrs. d',Ennery D6joie.
X XXx
Mrs Rose' Bayard leaves her
Lalue home for a three-month
U. S. trip this week. Her hus-
band, Fiat, representative is
staying home because of busi-
ness
XXX
Maxi Duvivier, director of
the Vcoix des Jeunes>, cele-
brated his birthday Wednes-
day.
xxx'
Miss Junie Marius return-
ed aboard the SS Cristobal Sa-
turday morning after a six-
week Now York trip.
xxx
Nicaraguan Ambassador to
Ciudad, Trujillo, Mr. Jesus A-
guitar Cortes, also accredited
to Port-auPince, arrived in
Pot-au-Prince, Tuesday.
xxx
Gerard (Geba) Bazelais and
wi-fe Lise motored to attend
the ,bal masque' at Gonaives
last Saturday night, returning
to Port Sunday evening.
XXx
Dr. Richard L. Pingle is a
recent I I A A addition to
the Medical Division of Scisp
and is furnishing precious col
elaboration to that body His ex
cellenm French is bringing him
into closer contact with the
people and problems at hand.


xxx
A lavish banquet last even-
ing closed the Martissant Hou-
se-Keeping School's week-
long scours, de perfectionno-
ment conducted by an ab'?
band of teachers under Mrs.
Prophete's direction.
xxx


Popular little avocat EFdih
Codefroy is due home from
Chicago Saturday October 3.
xxx
Lieutenant Colonel G. S. Ols-
ton of the Kingston Division
of the Salvation Army is ex-
pected in Port Friday. General
Secretary of the Caribbean
District, the Britisher will ma-
ke 'trips into the interior ac-
companied by Captain Eger.
Sx X
Maud Mon-tas, former SCI-
PA Pool ace-stenographer brae
zed into town last week from
several months in New York
The family homestead has
been transferred from Petion-
Ville to the new residential
Squartier, behind Hotel Rivie-
ra.
xX XX
Jacquelline Etheart, Seereta-
,ry to Scisp Chief-of-Party Ja-
mes CQidiwlell, is on ,oannnual
.leave and has taken to the
hills of Labotule for a well-
earned rest. She will be back
in ha-mess in four weeks.
xxx
The Fred Tallenders ae
back in their cottage at Arca-
chon after spending several
months cruising the waters of
Sthe Caribbean and visiting
Mexico. They were accompa-
nied home last week by young
sister, Claudette Dejoie.
xxx
Miss Ghislaine Poitevien is
part of the exposition scenery
every afternoon, taking driv-
ing lessons in her new -Mor-
ris Minor,.
xxx
Mrs Fritz Dumorney cele-
brated her birthday last week.
XXX
Mr. Donald Stanford, big A-
merican ndustralist, arrived
Saturday morning aboard the
SS CristobaL accompanied by
his charming wife Olivia, and
his two sons.






Leslie and Helga Bogat are
proud parents of another girl.
welcomed into the family last
Sunday morning.
xxx
Max and Simone Calvin we-
re blessed with a son, Lyonel,
8:30 a.m. Tuesday.
x\xx

The Michelet Jn. Baptistes
are, parents of a healthy daugh
ter, oall her Marie Jessie Va-
nia.


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Coulthard's...
Continued from page 9 and whose
syvnonyniz.Ced the word .Jaun- brought p
tiness-. the cotintr
If there is a country in th.! Coulthard,
Caribbean area to be jaunty, bog of you
Haiti is rightfully that one re has ne'
Scount.ry. The glorious past ver shall
albeit the pages of successive drawn in
Srevolutionli between Haitians- lattoes and
of the country talks for itself, tian negro
Sand it is a fact that Haitians are alongside
a smiling, sprightly and even together
boisterous; people. The econo- Independe
mic problems the country i. THE L
facing are common to every A C
nation ev'n the United State;, When C

and we are glad to say that Haiti is m
our problems are only econo- ry way to
3 mic; now, fortunately, tiTey of indepen
are being vigorously tackled countries i
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e political action has
peace and ulion to
ry. Your color boggy.
only exists in the
ur imagination. The-
ver been and nro-
be any color line
Haiti. Blacks, mu-
d griffes are all Hat-
Des and they sweated
one another, fought
and conquered our
nee.
UNITED STATES
DREAT HELP
oulthard asserts that
ore backward in evx'.
-day -after 150 years
mndance than certain
in the Caribbean area
he country is held


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clearly an utter lack of depend
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desire 'to despite the country
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Assistance reports officially re
leaped by the UNESCO, and
appraise the import of vast pro
jects under way now as well
as those to be carried out in
the near future, he would have
seen that the word 'backward
ness. is improper when appli-
ed to :Haiti under the Acdmi-
tration of President Paul Ma-
gloire who undertook one of
the most gigantic projects in
field of economic development
in the Artibonite Valley wiLth
the cooperation and financial
help of the USA through the


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the tag economically under-
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As for the shops ?- as you
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looking as if they had recent-
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price for a nasty and oboxLou
job, 'but CoulLthard it is of no
avail, thy name is bluster and
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GOVT. OFFICES MOVED

The offices of the Secretary
of State for the Presidency
have been tLansferred from
the upper story of the Rez
de Chauss6e. to the National
Palace where the Conseil du
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PRESIDENT MAGLOIRE ActorNamed.
T&VMSTUSA RE Actor Named
'TSVW! ISA
AND JAMAIIA Continued from page 1 ing for a 3C
(Continued from page 1) position of a prominent pillar tre will re
of Haitian Theatre when de ly for imp.
HISTORIC TRIANGLE
The ties linking Haiti's his- Catalogne w a s ship-wrecked building, ar
T h e ties lin k in g H a iti's h is- g j u s a e to k
story with both the USA and on a pilgrimrnage to Jerusd- made to ke
tory with both the USA and"^, ^
lem. for the the
Jamaica are strong. First o m.I o th the
the American Republics tou l- Twelve years experience on! with the Bt
the American Republics to fo!- ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
low The United S t a t e si the local stage and 17 years tions' slice.
low The United S ta t e s in T e d e
grasping independence, HM',iias a playwright afford the newv Theodore
grasping independence, Hati~i^ gon ae^cutdo
director background material counted on
is alsofor his task. And he is not lists with s
ing troops to the struggle a-
g lacking in idaas looking at
against Britain.
On the other hand. it w y plan- he says, with the business si
O n the other hand, it w\,is v n p n
earnest expression and out- ,enteen, w]
due to anptuingispfu i thrust neck familiar to Port-au- giichatte-a
tempt at. capturing Hispanio.
Prince audiences -is to -winningly
Ia (as Haiti and the Dominicani
build the Theatre de Verdur:. that has h
Republic were called) that A.l-
and to make it what I am sure anlonrg Hai
miral Penn and General 'e-
His Excellency the President On March
enables decided to land troops
of the Republic wants it to characters
on Jamaica, taking the island -
be,. on the .Rn
from the Spanish in-May 1655 e.
Asked how he intends to then he ha
Completing the historic tri-
Sset about this, Beaubrun repli. comedies a
angle, a grandson of Admiral
ed .First, the Theatre de Vet- as many s
Penn founded Pennsylvania.
dlure operates only twice week- He portraN
S]y. I intend to do everything characters
NEW ROAD KILLS FOUR -
possible to have shows every become ide
Continued from page 1 become i*
night like any other theatre. th minds
Cure of Limbe's camionette Then, much needed repairs ce audience
ran her down while on its way will be made on finances pro- Son of a
from the inauguration of the mised me by the Department genieur. a
Derac Chapel. of Commerce through th? dore Beau
,filieu, of.the 'Bureau du T.ou through his
JH rism.. part in hig
SJOHN BABOUN DIES Touching on a delicate sub- the second
IN US ject exercising the colums o Vieux. His
John Baboun, one of Hait,'s our big dailies as well as the- ties include
leading businessmen, d i e d minds of our actors for a long ces stationo
Thursday in New York. His time, the actor-director outlin- Still unr
body will be flown to Haiti ed his policy for the collection eyed., wayv
tomorrow, and funeral servi- and use of the Theatre's per- plains .1
ces will be held Tuesday. centage of gate receits. Setti- of that !.


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBEj


cHAITI SUN.


m E
0% take, the Thea-
serve 10% specia'.-
rovernents to the
id attempts will be
?eep the other 20%
ater and do away
.ireau des Contribu-

Beaubrun may be
to handle his ai-
kill, as he has been
their side of thi.
nco the age of se-
hen he wrote ,Lani
,ocat.; creating the
awkward character
become ;o popular
tian pl'y-goers
31, 1942, he first
ed Languichatte,
?x. stage, and since
s written thirty two
and dra-mas as well
ketches and -ongs.
y's his own chil-f
so well that he has
rntified with him in
of his Port-au-Prin-
es.
Port-au-Prince in-
nd his wife, Theo-
ubrun p a s s e J
s Baccalaureate first
h school, continuing
under Mr. Antonio
post-student activi-
de radio performan-
n HH3W).
married the wide-
y haired actor ex-
am 'skate. (scared)


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