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,SCOTGH WHISKY


THE HAITIAN
Port-au-P r i nce-"


VOLUME V


ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER


Republique D'HAITI...


STLXDAY OCTOBER 3


Pasquet and
Me Intosh plan
football league
. A three league systpiem
will be introduced for the
first time into Haitian footbadil
f the assembled clubs of the
public give the nod to think
year's programme drawn up
y newly appointed FHF head-,
'-
filliam (Ti son)i Mc Intoeh
wd Lt. Alix (Sonson)i Pa-
uet.
Appointed by Presidential
Continued on page 2


T. B. SANITORIUM
TO BE ENLARGED

A credit for $105.000 has
been opeinedl by th? Govern-
ment to double the 100 bed
capacity ot the T'ub.-rculosis
Sanitorium on Haut St-Gerard.
65000 dollars has been jal-
loted to t h e b u i 1 d i n ,
which Dr. Louik Roy, head uif
the hospital, says should take
six months to construct. Th-
other $40.000 will be used ti
buy equipment.


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-*anchito., home after his adventures, is keenly watched by .Beth-B.eth. who
In't let him stray again !


Monkey No Match For This
World's Pitfalls Panchito Finds
'Panchito., .the little, dun-cu seen at the Garcia home, when


cOured monkey that escapedl
from the Daniel MaTlebranche
home on Bois Patate last Sun-
lay, is back in his red wooden
age, looking happily at home,
"Ut showing signs of we.,"
'o an eventful expedition in-
.0 the Wide World.
:Panchito was rescued from
e Alfredo Garcia Caramendi
it-toilet Monday after hours
:ftoil by a Burdette Ashton
Sd group. Rescue apparati
hcluded bananas and a young
tree.

BIEscaping from home early
jfday afternoon, the two-foot
high ,Rhesus* was nexi
hL


he streaked past the elderly
kitchen maid, sending her div-
ing for cover with screams
that the ,diable was after her.
She described the 'devil, to
the Shaws, next-dooil neigh-
bours of the Garceas as a little
man with a long tail, and jutt-
ing mouth.
Investigating the phenome-
non, the yard-boy trapped the
diable, in the out-side toilet,
but attempts at capture were
balked by the devil's. jumping
into the pit. The boy did every
thing possible, short of going
down after him, to get the ani-
Continued on Page 16


S7ATE TO RAISE 13,000.000
DOLLARS INTERNAL LOAN


$13,000,000 is the target tor
an internal loan to be raisJ
by the Haitian Government,
empowered by a law paised mn
the extra-ordinary session oE
the Chambers Monday.
The sum, to be used for pay-
ment of the 1947 internal loan
and to finance part of the Pre
sident's 25.000.000 dollar, six-
year plan for improvement of
public services, will be rais-
ed by the issu6 of Government
bonds. These bonds (of $100
and $1000) will automatically
accrue 5% interest on pur-
chase and 5% per annum after-
wards, redeembale at the end
of 10 years.
The plan for public works'
improvement, to which $10.000
000 of the loan will be allott-
ed, embracaes 10 major points.

Brighten up Cit

commercants c
There Is room for improve-
ment in the after-dark appear-
ance of our town, especially
near the waterfront, Mr. T. H.
Burgers, Head of Martijn and
Co. pointed out at the Club In-
ternational de Commerce meet
ing Wednesday. Tourists also
Smerit more encouragement in
the form of fixed prices in the
stores and better wTiarf faci-4
lities, he declared.

After the traditional weekly
'.nch at the "Riviera Hotel',
Mr. Burgers took the offensi-
ve and the mike, declaMing it
is time merchants began ar-
ranging window displays 'as-
tefully, and lighting shop wi.i-
dows at night. A bright city
looks more friendly, is more
attractive to tourists, the speak
er explained, and as more
cruise ships than ever are du2?
this season, now is the tim.?
for the lights.
In the pre-amble to this de-
claration, KLM representative


Among the more inrtesting a-ce
improvement of the out-put
of electric power in Haiti; the
building of modern beaches
near the capital and provin-
cial towns; road improvement:
military building; and an ;n-
ternational airport.
In h'is Army Day speech, the
President broached the big
plan, and stated that foreign
funds would be necessary for
its realization. He told of tenta
tive arrangements with the
giant U. S. firm ocUtah Cons-
truction Company,, and reveal
ed that a group of Boston bank
ers syndicated with ,Esiabrook
& Cox, already had presented
the basis for a complete arran
gement.
*But, said His Excellency
Continued on page 2

y Burgers urges

it C. I. C. lunch
Burgers said- the waterfront
presented a gloomy, desolate
welcome at night, adding tha'.
wandering sail boats are a mec
nace in the dark. To emphas:-
ize the -cold shoulder. tou.
wrists seem to be getting, the
landing barges are insufficient
and the wharves In disrepair-.
The picture was bad, La
Continued on page 3

STASSEN-PICKED
OFFICIAL TO STIR
HAITIAN INTEREST
Copied From Chicago Tribune
Washington, Sept 20- For-
eign Aid Administrator Stas-
sen today hired a former Chi-
cago playground director to
go to Haiti to stir utip more
interest )in the American i'I
programs there.
An announcement f r o m
Sassen's foreign operations
administration office said Dan
tel Russell, onetime directo:-
of Chicago's South Park play-
continued on page 15


FINANCE MINISTER
FLIES TO U. S. I

Minister Clement Jurnelle,
Secretary of State for Finan-
ce and Nat'iounal ec',nomy, 'l
leave soon for the United Sta-
tes, an official release stat-
ed yesterday.

There is reason to believe
the visit )s connected with the
President's plan for public er
vice development in the Repu-
blic.

X-Ray
Ambulatory
Unit Due 7his
Month
The-Red Cross A4Pulatory
X-ray Unit is due to arrive this
month, according to a recent
official release.
First of its kind in Haiti, the
Unit will travel td all sections
of the Republic taking X-rays
as the Society's contribution
to the battle against tubercu-
losls.


Miss FranCoig Silvera and Dr.
Raymond Woruo seen at -El
Ranclio, reception honouring
their 'engagement last Satur-
day night.

WHY WE ARE LATE
Thanks to the Electric Light Company,
.with their continual .-black-outs., the
.Haiti Sun,, has been late twice in suc-
cession.
We apologize to our readers, hut beg
lo point out that the power failures
make the process of printing a dozen
times slower.
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.UNIU. IUInT.
ERRANT CALU
Dapper Parisien, Louis A Su-
vel is a man with a mission :
as ,Conselller du Commerce
Ext6rieur. de France., he tra-
vels the world protecting the
label ,Cognac,.
With the aid of a little map
showing i\contour and colour

the grLwtljof the Cognac dis.-
*I
tirct in France, Mr. Savel told
the .S-un-, vood humouredlyv,
of other countries pirating the
respected and honorable name.?
of 'Cognrac'.

France andi Italy got togez-
her in 1949 to discuss the ori-
gin cof Chamipagnc, he recall-
ed. Landi in the end, Italy re,-
pected Frdance's sole right :
the n.Jnfe.
'1i1 C'Ljub:,, Mr Sa\el repl) .
he Liuffered heiil.'ly fruoim dy-
pepzy It seemed tht-i e\.r'
tinl-e he Inokeri -k--wair e ic
\\a i -. i ?'.v krle,.l \-ith .i ht ..t.-
:t ili.-;z!y l oukinp -ign ,ir'k erTt!.
inlg In g',I]n t hl itel .-. 1i .ri-i '-


cCog,.c. brandy. Nothing ma-
kes him flinch more espe-
cially when the signs are beaut
fully Illustrated.
Here for five days at the
-Rivieras, Mr. Savel, who also
is the Inspector in the Western
Hemisphere for ,Remy' JMar-
tin (local agent Rober t J. Fat-
ton), explained that PA.ti ma-
kes no brandy, so the visit is
purely cordial.

PASQUET, MC-INTOCH
PLAIN LEAGUE SYSTEM
FOR HAITIAN SOCCER.
Continued from Page 1

.decree last week to succeed the
old l)ody, split by dlissens'on
3one mnunth. ago, Mc-Intoeh
and Pasquet plan .lividiing the
teml I into three leagueS, two
of siX te.j S ll eich id the 1lSt
a regional league of the most
lipot,'n' 11t Clitl:,-I O[ thle cL1cf-
ti '.v The V iit-lLt CLI1) ul |ll).'-
'.'..,n i! lj:. -i)t ,' 10 a 1 lel\ a-

lie reteC j1 .i '1 .il ho, '. .o
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YOU CANIL t 1A NI


AIR CONDITIONER

For A Reasonable $

-MONTHLY FEE '

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TipN$toft I


TEL : 3781


P. 0. BOX 887A


sHAZTI SMV

'construction of thfptade Ma-
gloire, served on A Federa-
tion from March 1950 to Sep-
tember 1953, when Tisqon was
Secretary General and -Son-
so.n was President.
The team ? faready arrang-
ing for Intertionl games.
..d organi.ng cyclinig and
,o.ing cope Utions.


STATE TO
RAISE $13.000.000
Continued from Page 1

-it the terms of the contract.
are too- heavy, the Governmenm
already has contemplated ran -
ing an internal $1.O000OU loan
for the t'financing of 'indispen-
sible works'
He then arne dc that hie
might 1 let'Li'l1 the vacaLuti
of Member: of the Pj.ir'mjniit
t:j 'ublllt [ the vJI'iutl.l pi)'(plt [i4
to them. A State Rank lorj:, ,.
obtained. thl'o gh oLI l*nfleioib:e.-
ship ,Ia the lnter'iiitunjl B3.k
for FReco'-rtLcLtiL.ln ;nd Dev' 2-
lopment. m:iy jl-o ie rj-LI 1.
assist in insti llin :S tL'let il.
Sne ,-.ltei. ihy.hlr'o-Elec-tric pr.-
ject and h:.dl.lu':c iet.'A iork.


CLASSIFIED

S FOR RENT
Un fuitnihslird hours ii Petion-
il'1": 3 bcttroow .ns. 2 btill( O0i,,3
,'1tiire: l." i tl, tars I (n r t; "
dini.ctiig roo anii lo largc din-
nig .OOii. s 'urri-olii(ltld by r c-
randlali patio, sit,'iiii ing-pool,
ipi'itoli.g lau,, ri nd guindein, ilth
dhrawt'ni frow'' lihigh'ay, has, piir-
cd pri ntr i r!i.cu ii. Tel ,I'fj
or iopplli ((H tii-Sitif'


SUNDAY OCTOBER 3


WANTED


I 4ly pAITI SUN or h


SET QF SEPOND HA$ t 6t
ENCYCLOPEDIA, reasonably Continued on Page 3
pied land in good condition. xx x

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/ Special rates for long stays.
/ PHONE 7291
Situation 4 blocks East of St. Pierre's Church.


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HOTEL BEAU RIVAGE

For The Best Food in Town
AND

UNRIVALLED SERVICE
IN THE
HEART OF


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HIAITIANS AN


TOURISTS


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Now Featuring A Sensational
Series of Tea Dances by
The Beau Rivage Pool


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/ Cnuice oi BOTH EUROP3\N and AMERICAN PLAN
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-HAITI SUN'


Brighten Up Town...
Contin'mued from page 1 stick-together policy calculat-


Belle Creole, proprietor Mi.
Elias Noustas agreed, b u t
there, were signs of improve-
ment, as for instance the found-
ing of the 'Tourist and Gift
Shop Association' over which
he presides The Association,
including 98% of the capital's
souvenir and handicraft deal-
ers have launched a one-price


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ed to bolster the confidence of.
the tourist clientele. Itemis-
ed bills, and clearly priced ar-
ticles are part of the confiden-
ce drive.

Arch'Ltect Max Ewald reconim-
mended enticing displays, say-
ing that seeing articles display
ed to their advantage increas-


HOT AND BOTHERED? .
e
- Come on up to Boutelliers mountain /


COOL OFF -i

Solve your business problems over a good

LUNCH
Half way between ,

HEAVEN AND EARTH
e
e
LE PERCHOIR

P. S.- Gilt Problems are solved here too.




A member of the Family e

THE WALL CLOCK WITH$

IIEST7MINISTER C H 1,1A E S)
ze
3
QUARTER HOURLY.
765
RELIABLE AND DECOR.4'-1


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ARII.LONSWESTMINSTER
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At Russo Freres

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ed customers' purchases.
Also a speaker at the Round
able was Flash, Publicity's
Duwiquet, while trilingual For
tune Bogat was in the chair.


CLASSIFIED
Continued irom Page 2
FOR 1ALE
Buick Dynaflow with radio,
spot lights tinted windows etc.
Th.e cur i i.n perfect condition
and #nay @be inspected at any
tnit-c by Pny "technician. Piea-.,"
make Wyour bid (not lower
than bl,250.-) at the Cura"ao
Trading Company, S. A. .It'e
are interested, also in erchoang
ing the Buick for a station.
waggon. ,

FOR S ALE
A complete selection, of -Le
Moniteur' (the official Govern
ment newspaper) from 1935.
49. Beautifully bound. Contact
'HAITI-SUN, Phone 2061.

FOR SALE
i
7949 Mercury sedan, Joi'
doors, two new 'tyres, others
in bood condition. Going cheat
Phone 3217.

FOR ALE
French original .Coustea
and Cagneaus 3-bottle 'Aqua
lung, permitting 2%- hour
normal breathing rime under
water. Only used six times
excellent condition, can b
charged at .Powell's Industri
atl Works-.. Will Fell for $250
ldue to immediate departure.
Call 3217.

FOR SALE
1944 Fluid Drive convertible
De Soto good engine Radii
et al. $600.00 cash.
Enquire this newspaper. Own
er go'ming Adroad.


FLY TO
a Magnificent Mexico, land of the
Ancient Aztecs, has modern cities
eHtf a& |with the charm of old Spain...
~volcanoes, snow-capped mountains
S and glorious beaches... nightclubs
and restaurants of every kind.
You can make a flying visit to all of
Central America by Clipper*
A... to Guatemala, El Salvador,
Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica
". and gay Panama.
~See your Travel Agent or


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., Rue Dantes Destouches Port-au-Prince Telephone 3451
"T.N. RUG PAA. INC.


WANTED
RADIO PHONOGRAPH, in
good condition. Apply HAITI-
SUN, Phone 2061.

S AVAILABLE

A Prefabricated 4-room Alu-
minum House, with modern
conveniences erected on your
lot for '$1700. Down Payment


SUNDAY OCTOBER 3


Distributor For :
LE TOURNEAU WESTINGHOUSE
(Earth Moving Equipment-Tournapull Tournadozer etc...)
GALLON IRON WORKS AND MFG MANUFACTURING CO
(Road Roller-Motor Grader)
GARDNER-DENVER CO
(Portable Compressor-Hand Drill -Wagon urill etc...
CHAIN BELT CO.
(Cement Mixer-Contractor's Pump)
P & H HARNISCHFEGER CORP.
(Shovel Dragline etc...)
BETHLEHEM STEEL
(All Steel Prodlucts)
BERKELY PUMP CO.
Household pump and tank-Turbine pump Certrifugal Pumps etc...)
HERCULES PUMP CO.
(Dynamite Caps etc...)
PUERTO RICO CEMENT CO.
(Portland Cement)
GENERAL MOTORS CORP. DIESEL DIV.
(Power -Industrial- Marine Units. Generating sets)
Supply of Spare parts in Stock at rort-au-Prince
.Supply Service-Spare Parts and Trained Mechanics.
General Manager : Jacques MARTIN
Society Nationale de Commerce P. 0. Box 379 Tel : 2387
Bureau : Pavilion du Proche-Orhnt, Cite de I'Expositimn


Everybody's Favourite-


HAITI TRADING Co. S3. A. Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
CITE DE L'EXPOSITION, PHONE 2969


III


PAGE 3
of .600, and balance monthly
over five years.
For particulars apply to V.
A. Wynne, Agent, c/o cHaiti
Seed Store., 215 Grand'Rue,
Port-au.Prince.


WANTED
SOUND PLYWOOD... Apply
HAITI SUN, Phone 2061.





Page 4
BACK TO MERINGUE
Port-au-Prince night lifers
have been applauding the dex-
terity of Mrs. Robert Pyle, Al-
bert and Juillet Basha, and Es-
per and Clare Basha on tho
dance floor. At the Rendez-
Vous, Friday morning with
Bill Talamas as impressario.
they modestly and very grace
fully danced mambo to tango
to everyone's delight.
The stars gave themselves
away on the meringue the
rhythm bubbled out of their
Wood and identified them as
Haitians.. Mrs. Pyle and h e r
two Basha brothers were born
in Haiti (Gonaives and Port-
au-Prince) and have lived ii
New York and Miami for the
pnst thirteen years. Here for
a week at Hotel, Choucoune,
they had several hours prior
to Rendez-Vous, climbed the
fruit-salad trail to the Citadei
and admitted they were a bit
tired.

A abestsmile. contest is this
morning's attraction to gay
eCamaraderies on Bois Patate.


eHAITI SUN>


tiJosephlreport


A young ,avocat was saved members of the Scipa Home


from a costly error when he
was told by the owners of
-Aux cents milles articles'
that the checque he had wvritt-
en to them as -Aux vingt ar-
ticles, for the sum of *cen'
mnilles dollars, should really
have been the other w:-v
about.
xxx
Esso- is reducing the prIce
of their gas from 4S12 cent;
to 45 cents per gallon in Cap-
Haitien.


An all-Haitian dress -show
last Sunday gave Fond-Parn-
sien a return to Colonial stan
dards, and showed that fas-
hion consciousness In Haiti
exists even before the coming
of Dior.
Modeling dresses they had
made themselves, twenty girls


Economics Class directed by
Mrs. Toussaint, paraded before
an enthusiastic audience of
City people and locals. Among
those present were : Miss He-
len Bjorklund, Home Econo-
mics expert, Mr. Schiller Nico-
las director of Scipa's exten-
sion division, and Father Bos-
ton.
Proving themselves model
cooks, the girls soon had their
guests demolishing platters of
croquettes and sweet pota-
toe.
The occasion was Immorta-
lised on IIAA film.
Guy Durosier, talented voca-
list and composer, leaves to-
morrow for the Northern Unit-
ed States to specialise In show
business.

x x x
Carolyn Cocan is the Phi!aj-


'"*"''" ''-*" '-*'^"o" '-'s-'-"- (delphia mambo queen- her vi-

WE DELIVER PHARMACUTICALt t 1o

PRODUCTS TO YOUR DOOR ? Andl- Cuvilly is' off to the
: States to attend OEA confe-
_rences. Andre left for Washing
ANYTIB .ton Thursday.

A complete range of American drugs and medicines -
Order by phone at any lime of day or night
No.: 3171- from 7:30 a. m. to 6:00 p. m.--
No.: 2805 -at any other time- / S


PHARMACIE CENTRAL
ON THE GRANDRUE, opposite the Fire Station Coizi
^....._ ^..^... ..^.,.^.^.^._._._._._ .. Shippi]


mwat the slogan-

of the Grants is

exemplified in

the unvarying

excellence -d!

of the whisky



WITFAM GRANT & SONS LTD* DISTILLERS SCOTLAND
DISTRIBUTORS : HAITI TRADING COMPANY Chamber of Commerce
Building Cite de I'Exposition Phone 2069


SUNDAY OCTOBER 3









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.. '.j -#Ire is quickly smoth.
Served by a blanket of COs
when you pull the
trigger of a Kidde port.
( ^ able extinguisher. Easy
fi to operate... no annual

recharge necessary.
S Write for free literature.


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Powells Industrial Works, S.AL
Distributors for
WALTER KIDDIE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS,
stocks a complete line of fire extinguishers :-
CARBON DIOXIDE, DRY CHEMICAL, FOAM and WATER
AS MANUFACTURERS OF CARBON DIOXIDE, POWELL'
CAN REFILL EXTINGUISHERS BOUGHT FROM THE PHF
at low U.S. Prices.
Also in stock every part needed for maintenance and rep
of extinguishers.
AS MANUFACTURERS OF OXYGEN, we sell the neoess
equipment for the industrial use, medical therapy, administi
tion of oxygen. Both Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide are m.5I
pure.- -r, :1


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SMIAMI HAmI"

PING SERVICE.


imar Line's bi-monthly

ig Service from Miami to


Port-au-Prince

Now in Operation



Ship leaves Miami on 1st and 15th

of every month,

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE:


COINMAR International
Agency
P.O. Box 627, Riverside Station
2974 N W North Riverside
Drive MIAMI, FLORIDA
CABLE COINMAR.
Phone : 646862


MR. CARL BONDEL

Ave. Marie Jeanne,
Cite de 1'Exposition

Port-au-Prince, Haiti






SUNDAY OCTOBER 3 .HAITI SIT


LOVE LOST BETWEEN
TENNIS PLAYERS
Love may soon disappea.
from out' tennis courts, if we
follow the new trend report,:,
in America by -United Press;.
For years 'no. score. in ten-
nis was known as love and
lose r s throughout the
world endured insult added to
injury when they lost three
points and the umpire blandly
proclaimed the score :-:O-love,,
and worse, when a set was
played out without their wiinn.
rng a game they heard' they
had lost e-love..
But New-York's tougher
youngsters started a mo,-'enen:
that may oust romantic allu-
sion from the grim fields of
tennis, and tradition met its
match when the east-side bo;'s
started learning the love rac-
ket.


Mercer Beasley world famous
tennis coach, encountered
skepticism when he told about
the love angle to a group of
Boy's Club students he was
tutoring.
'What's love got to do with
tennis? a tight lipped east-
sider demanded.
Beasley explained that there
are two schools of thought.
One holds that the origin of
the phrase is in the French
,l'oeuf, (Creole. zoen, Englsh:
egg.i while the other attribut-
ed it to the Scott'ish word -luffi.
meaning .nothing..
SWell it means niiLuLtin' to
me .cracked the kid but wheie
I'm getting' shut out I ain't gLL
love I ain't got nuttin'.
Beasley, anxious to keep the
boys interested in the newv.
racquets suggested a vot,?,
and love got the 'bird. Th2


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to crown bt perfect moment of
pleasant companionship. One oF many
occasions for drinking Hennessy.


favourite pastime in that these
modernists don masks foil;
and assorted padding, the
sports requires spring bladedr


Page 5
wrists and split-second timing.
Splendid's Alberti is prove
ing himself against various
challengers.


younger generatLioL, it seems
prefers ,zero,.
Inquiries among the brass
hats. of the .short pant.
sport, produced the amazing
answer that even among the
top strata -love* was regardeil
as an inappropriate designa-
tion for -zero-.
Colonel James Bishop, Presi
dent of the American Lawii
Tennis Association, and Mike
Blanchard, Chairman, wer-'
contacted and agreed to test
the new way of scoring in a
future tournament.


GILRS IN ST-VINCENT -
FOOT'BALLERS FIND
NE\' FIELD
L'ap-Haitien football is due
for I Stimulanit in the form .
a new stadium at C'a.mbeft.-[
besidule the "Fondjcation Vin-
cent. Elimentary School
The project is reported to li
very large, and spreading
grounds sori-ounded b. grand-
stands aI r e blue.prine li.
Though motoring distance
from town, the new park is
expected to be popular, and
justification is given that n:
field large enough could be
obtained at a more convenier,:
distance.
Park St. Victor, now the
Stade Magloire. of Capois
ballplayers, has held the grow
ing football teams comfortably
until recently. Since 1939 the
park has been part of the
grounds of the boy's school
but two years ago girls moved
In, complicating matters. The
buildings around the field
could no longer double for
grandstands, and practice for
the 16 teams now competing
for Cap-Haitien football laurc'.c
could not be provided regu-
larly.
The new stadium is part oi
President Magloire's North
Coast revival campaign.


BACK TO THE RAPIER
Gaining popularity in Por'-
au-Prince is the revival of
rapier duels. Though d',ffejing
from our fire-eating ancestor ,


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THE BAR SINISTER
On the occasion bf the re-open
Friday of .GRISWOLD'S AMERICAN BAR
closed for the past 3 weeks.
West of Miami, East of C. T.
there is a fabulous bar by the sea;
this dive is known nearby and far,
its the notorious Grisworld Bar
How to describe its charm sinister ?
A blot of vice? A sinful blister,
where derelicts carouse and reel.
a place for many a shady deal!
Come, let me lead you to this dive
you may -with luck- escape alive;
come and observe within these portals
the degradation of us mortals.
Well, here we are past swinging doors
on reddish-tiled and dusty floors,
some chairs and tables, scuffed a
Ibrok
a long red bar, the drunkard's token.
Sinister Voodoo paintings stare
at us from black walls' frightful glare,
engulfing us in atmospheres
that breed but evil, sin and tears.
f
Behind the bar there looms a creature
by name of Ulric dark of feature
and stern of mien. who mixes potions
much stronger than the usual lotions.
Another knave is hulking yonder
t'is Hercule, our near toothless wonder
he .cftars t9 thq rserls Pid cares
c1 these re!ay'ng en tie chairs.
And who's the chief of these two vanda
tke hero of a thousand scandals,
the man with women at his feet
who hopelessly for mercy plead ?
Ah, there he is, his hand enlaced
about a glass of rum-debased
and bloated, and what once was swagg
is now a feeble, crazy stagger.
It's Gris himself who was so fair
till rum and sada took ts share
behind the bar, a wreck asunder;
behold him there, in awe and wonder!
This is the wretch who leads astray
the country's youth to swing and sway
to savage rythms, drink and vice
(myself, I think he's rather nice )
Now for the patrons: What a bunch
assembled here before their lunch-
they look like cutthroats, swindler!
Irogue
not to be fund in catalogues!
There is Arthur, pink, blond and trie
IPygmalion on the lecherous side.
In art and music he's no novice
and just loves Alcatraz Anchovis !
There is O'liver, dark and handsome
who gave to gambling many a ransom;
the horses are his, life, his bliss
So how about a little kiss?
There's George, a fugitive from labors
of state, and murderous to. neighbors
who interrupt his occupation
of guzzling beer for his elation.
Next is Rend, a man substantial
who deals in matters most financial
He's holding out, though years have
[passed,
Sa bachelor until the last !
O'er there Raymond, a sturdy rascal,
can quote from Shakespeare, Gethe,
IPascal.
A question baffles every layman
-Where are the hands of Mr. Raymond?.
There's Doctor H, a'doughty surgeon,
but by no means a virgin sturgeon;
a gourmet he, with flair for food
and quite an eye for pulchritude.
There's Comradec, who's out for fame
and thinks: There's nothing like a dame;
a Rubirosa slightly frantic;
but, as a poet, so romantic !
There's Doctor Jacques,so suave and slick
a boon for those who're weak and sick;
with pills and shots he does his best
to rush you to eternal rest !
And at the Jack-Pbt hovers Joke
a golden harvest home to take;
he plays with passion and plays well,
while wife and child may go to hell !
Those customers are but a fraction
succumbing to' this bar's attraction.
There's other addicts, fair and foul,
who to this den their bodies haul.
Neanderthals of every shape
here ponder larceny and rape
besides most any kind of bum
imbibing fiery draughts of rum.
Ridiculous meets with sublime
and virtue loses every time ;
iniquity is here to reign
and every Abel meets his Cain.
Oh, Wanderer on Haiti's shores
You keep away from Griswold's door !
Tm fight its lure you must endeavor
or else escape is lost forever !


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SWilly The Fishermai

Recalls Fourteen
Sea-Roving Years


The days when Tortuga wa-
the home of the .Brother
hood. and Sea Hawks shelter
ed in the coves of the So'utL
are now part of the colourfu1
History that makes Haiti what
it is. But we still have our sea
Srovers, kindlier men than then
nd pirate fore-runnrers, but hard:,
en
and adventurous.
Men like "Willy the FiL-her
man, risk their lives to brin-
to Port-au-Prince merchandise.
from coastal towns nd foreign
poris. where bad roads or laclk
u0 1 teLfc r linlcz fiti-K S it Ui'"
c; essary to export 'in small sa-i
or motor driven boats.
s, Willy, who was christened
|Is,
Willy Rocours, has spent four
teen years on Haitian waLe--
plying between Port-au-PrJn
er ce and Kingston, or any of the

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Marshall Field, heir to .one of
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welcomed at the Airport by
Le Nouvelliste's. director
Max Chauvet, Executive
Committee member of the In-
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and other personages of the
Latin American press.


NEW HAHANEX HEAD

Congratulations are in orde"
for Mr. Felix Angeltici recent-
ly named Mr. Jean Elie's suc-
cessor to the top of the Haba-
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Fruit Northern Representarv.e
Angelucci leads a capable
team of Messrs. Nichols and
Max Vieux.
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DR. AYBAR TAKES LEAVE
OF PRESIDENT
Dominican Ambassador and
Mrs. Enrico Aybvhar, accornp.i-
nied by Protocol Chief Danie-
Theard, were received Tuesd.jy
in a private audience by Hi-
Excellency President Paul Ma
gloire. Ambassador Aybar.
who has been transferred to
the post of Under Secretary
of State for National Economy
and Labour, visited the Nation
a] Palace to lake leave of 'he
President.


Provincial coast towns. The ha
. l::.,int of the water-front re-
I cugnize Willy's skill and know-
ledge of the wvatcr.
1 He knows the coast like the
palm of his hand ,, they say
His f-iather died when Willy
Sxvwas too young to know much
about it, and his mother strug-
gled to raise, five boys and
two

At fourteen, the lad ran away
to sea in spite of maternal pro"
tests, signing on .the 'Cham-
pion' as an oiler. The boat hadl
a Haiti-Jamaica run and Willy
became acquainted with Kings
ton while among her crew.
The Brandt-owin.ed ,Haitia
was Willy's next berth, the-n
a transfer to the -Marie Josie
brought promotion to Chief
mechanic. After that spell, he
joined the complement of the
,Sudo, and later switched to
the 'Pelikans.
Willy Rocours was aboard

the 'Pelikan. in 1947 when it
exploded out of St Marc, and
he swam several miles into
shore.
,I either had to swim or
drown he comments.
Shortly after the swim, \Vill.


TOPS'EM ALL


made a came-back, borrowing
l money to buy the .Loulouse,
the 40 ton ice-box, ship he now
uses to bring in fish from th-!
banks. He voyages to such
Sports as La Gonave, Caracol,
Cayemite, and buys some 1500
lb. of the best of the catch
from the fishermen, loading
his Diesel powered freezer -and
shuttling back to Port au Prin
ce. Trips take from four .o
five days, he says, and while
J on the sea he never shaves.


I .Ie gro'.' n some tine be, .\ I I
that way. he disclose-. Tile
finest was vhile making in- 111"
d-rwater tilms ,with Gustave
de I Vxjll l.ust :,ear. He w\a jl!
tw,.enty'.two days out o0 Poi P': ".'[ "
An ard,:nt fi- h rman. Wil'y -


fishing equipment in Hait,
and when not buying other I
people's catches he snags sor.in.
of his own out on the reef S
with his trusty spear-gun.
Activities also include diving
for salvage and he stocks ap-
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and a boy, married a Miss
Carva'lho some years ago. His -
t3other is still alive. ItL seems .,
all] her old regrets about her -
son adopting a sea-fearing
career have vanished as Wllt
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HAVICOOP GIVEN GOVT.
AID.

Havicoop, the Chicken co-ope-
ratilve that is doing so much
for Haitian barbecues, is plann
ing a new slaughter house bull
on modern lines with funds
provided by the -Instiut Hazi-
Lien de Credit Agricole et In-
dutriel.
Under the energetic leader-
hip of Mrs. Desquiron, th-2
chicken farmers have so in.
creased production that a new
cold room is Mndicated and
$3.200 also has been voted them
by the Credit Institute for a
10 h p compressor c a p a b I e
of keeping temperature in the
freezer at an even 32oF.


IDENTITY CARD PAYMENT
MADE EASIER
As from this month, hand-
ing out of identity cards will
take half as much time as for
mierly as the log it was necces-
sary to fill before getting at
the card has been eliminated.
ThIs is due to-the adoption of a
brilliant new system which in
eludes the use of carbon paper.
The identity card will still be
filled out on cardboard, in
spite of the novel idea of car-
bon paper, and the name of
the. applicant will be printed
in ink across the top of the
card. The system is expected
,to relieve the usual congestion
of the Service during October
and November.


MIAMI JUNIOR
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
OFFICIAL IN TOWN
Johnny L. Forte, young Se-
cond Vice-president of the
Miami Junior Chammer o'
Commerce, is in town this
week The ,civic service orga-
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Furnished or Unfurnished.
Long and Short Term Leases Obtainable
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Page 8


A hand-sewn leather suitcase $13 a day.


Jottings In A Tnr
Note BooA
MADRID Although the
largest number of tourists In
the country's history descend-
ed on Spain last year, the Spa-
nish government has manag-
ed to keep the lid on prices
for tourists, and again thi-
Spring and Summer Spain was,
one of the best bets for inex-
pensive European travel.


Visitors can get along nice-
ly for as -little as $5 a clday
for hotel, meals, sightseeing
and tips. If top flight luxury
hotels ane Included the tariff
won't exceed $10 a day. As
one South American busiri'e
man put it after a trip this
Summer, I found it cheape-
to live like a k'ming in Spain
than to sit around at home
Many travetLers include the
whole Iberian peninsula, gett-
ing off the PAA Clipper at Lis-
bon for a few days in Portu-
gal, then continuing on to
Madrid. From there, represen-
tative parts of Spain can be
visited on the way to Barceon-
na. A pause here, with per-
haps a side trip to the peace-
fU) Spanish Balearic Islands
in the Mediterranean.
In the past couple of years
Spain has added 35 new ho-


aveller's
i


goes .for $24 rmede-tcordeer
shoes for $8, choice dry sherry
at 60 cents a bottle. A tailor-
imade men's suit, comparable
in quality to a London Sa-
ville Row tweed, is priced at


Madrid', the capital., provide
Sa good cross section of Spa-
Sn1sh life. Its great cathedrals,
priceless relics and art treasu-
Sres in the Prado Museum re-
tIlect a glorious past. Madrid
1isi also famous for its restau
rants, where a full course meal
nclul1hn1g', suckling pig and
repes suzette with wine,
- rings a check of only $350.
Less than two hours from
Madrid by air are El Escorial,


tels, several str'eamnlined Di-
sel trains, a fleet of deluxe
buses and a network of tjuper
highways. In the country tnm-
Spanii.h government is e;tend.i-
ing its network of i n n s ,
c a l e d pa r a d e r e s
(converted castles) and alber-
gues (much like motels in the
States). Rooms in, t h e s e
roadside hostelries cost $3 a
day single and $5.50 Eouble.

Spain also boasts bargain
prices for leather, clothing,
pottery, wrought iron, glass-
ware, jewelry and embroidery.


l)trial place of the Spanish
kings; Toleido. home of El
Greco and famous for the Tu-
ledo steel products: Avila. with
its perfect 11th century wal.z
and towers; and Segovia. where
the palace of Queen Isabella
iand King Ferdinand, and the
Roman aquaducts remain in a
fine state of preservation.

Many tourists prefer to take
trips to these cities by the bus
service which offers tours to
all parts of Spain, including


Although there is too mucn
of Spain to see completely in
the usual two or three weeks
vacation, Granada. in the south
with its Alhambcra, considered
the finest example, of 'Moorish
architecture in the world and
Seville in colorful Andalusi.
should be included on even a
short itinerary. Only two
horn's ride from Seville is
Huelva, the port from which
Columbus set sail for America
and subsequently Haiti.
Barcelona, a busy inclustril


and commercial city with its
share of cathedrals, Js the ga-
teay to the Balearic IsLands 4
in the Mediterranean, the lari'.
gest of which is Majorca. -'
Spain isn't a-11 scenery, land-"
marks and resorts. There. if
plenty to do as well as to see .
Madrid is the world's bull fight :'
ing capital,: and South American .
visitors wiL.l see many famou, j|'
and well-known tof-eros i n
their home ring.
The larger Spanish cities
have nightclubs, which may
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USA Eases
Restrictions
On Transit
Aliens

Haitians touching the United
States in transit to other coun
tries now have an easier and
more agreeable stay, thanks
largely to an airline Abetter
neighbors campaign.

Begir-uing in December, 10952,
aliens in transit without visa
were subject to rigid security
reutricti6n imposed by U S.
immigration authorities under
the MeCarran-Walters Act.
These visitors often w.ere-kept
under physical guard at air
ports or in designated hotek.
even though they were merel:,,
passing through the U.S from
one country to another.
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eased so that foreign travelers guards The 'bill to airlines in


now are under
guardianship of
themselves


the friendly
the carriers


Airline traffic representativ-
es at U.S. poris of entry now
politely pick up the transit
passenger's pass-port and ticket
pending h's 'transfer Lo another
carrier by -the most direct
connection.

UnIhke before, the passenger
is allowed reasonable freedom
of movement during his stop-
over is the U.S. He may go
shopping or sightseeing and
even visit friends or relatives,
as long as .these activities do
not unduly delay departure.
The arlines also have bene-
fited /by *the relaxation of res-
tArictions.

Under the old regulation;,
airJines flying transit aliens
Into the U.S. had to pay the


Miarmu alone totalled .about
$25.000 a year, most of it char
ged to Pan American World
Airways, the largest interna-
tional carrier.

U. S. airlin-es suffered heavy
Josses in 'passenger revenue s
many foreigners re-arranged
their travel plans to detour the
LU.S.

In addition, the a'nlines faced
stiff penalties for any indffac-
tLion (cf the regulations ; Pan
American alone was required
to post a $100.000 bond to cover
any fines resulting fr-m the
transport of aliens.

Airline officials b:-heve the
new, more realistic trdnit ar-
rangenments wilL ]::., ;j ijl' rei-
sed foreign trav-l th:'ough thn
i-S. as lhe mo...nth t,. ,. .:,a
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Operation Eye-Sore
SNIHILATION of thle Croi.x-des-Bocsu-
'te h Mlrket head3 the list of improve-
-ct:, lated by tile Commune for its
I94_-5.5 Erercices-. to begnL this month.
In ,an o.iS-lh- record talk with officialdom this
*e i ,ek we learned the much-needed clean-up
soon 'will be an accomplished fact, aid long iroi
Sirders werc pointed out, resting in the shadio,:
of City nail ond the ntighbouring ,Douani.
The Croix-des-Bossales Market, one of the
C' ly'.s mostc ciiigested areas, is a regular dung
hlull on h ichic ,narchond-' set up stalls and
S,;:'h^u ihUh uaas. The atia reeks of decayed
matter, anid is a constant eye-sore to tourists
arriving by sihp or 'plane. iCroi.r-des-Bossales
makes ithe new Boulevard ,to Hasco a gauntlet
of ]unpleasast sights land smells.
As well as being a fire-hazard that provides
at least one spectacular ..mncendiep per year,
the close-packed huts must be a nursery Jor
cfjrins tchich ,iiuy -cause Pohio and Yellow Fever
cpideniacs.. -"iiidad and Jamaica are recent
j ead'miples of itribution jar allowing such ales
to 0ewi.
:'The 1 ne ...o-storeyed iron market may b
ei pcred to r,mplete th job oj re-making Po''.-
au-Prinice w.',h1h the Exposition began.
The cnitgctlic City Oficaluis also envisage an
S iincole : laughter House Reform which will
ui lude maov.'io the 61-year-old -abattoirD to a
modern, ctieintific building out past Hasco. A
visit to thr .ftbattor' this week'convinced uis the
old Hyppohle constructed slaughter house
is noil,:ng to ;be proud of, anid the action oj the
Commune ih changing the locale is extremneiy
praiseiortlihy.



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Haitian arts and crafts dd-
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week to the international se-
ries of foreign trade exhibits
currently on display at Roose-
velt UniversIty.

Emphasizing Chicago's si-
gni-ficance as a foreign trade
center, the exhibit series has
been arranged by the Univer-
sity's recently established Fo-
reign Trade Center, under the
direction of Jules Kohennr.
Fourth in the series -whIch
earlier featured trade products
of Egypt, Dannmark and Bel-
gium- the current exhibit
was loaned by Mrs. Aline Met-
cier-Mosley, a natIve of Haiti,


HAITI SUN*


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co-owner and Director of the
HAITI- MACAYA TRAVEL
SERVICE in Chicago.
The exhi-bi-t includes figuri-
nes and dinnerware, hand-
carved of solid mahogany; tex-
tiles, dolls and sandals produ-
ced by hand from Sisal fibre;
and Primitive Paintings.

Israeli products are schedui-
ed for the next exhibit, i the
series which is being display-
ed in the University's Michi-
gan Avenue w'mindows. Later
exhibits will include arts and
crafts from Italy, Spain. The
Netherlands, Norway a n d
Mexico.
The series has been arrang-


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JGOOD FOOD...GcOOD PRICES


Haitian Handicraft Shown
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Envoy Extraord'inaire and Mi-
nister plenipoten-tiary to Gua-


SUNDAY OCTOBER 3

res at Ottawa Mr. Emmanu
Leconte, Charge d'Affa'ires
Bruxelles. 1


Ifdf through Jhe cooperatoil
of the foreign consulates in
the Ch icago Re-
glonal Office of the United
States Department of Com-
merce's Bureau of Foreign and
Dominestic Commerce.




DIPLOMATIC
AiPPOINTEME.NTS

A' recent release from the
Foreign Secretary listed the
following appointments by
His Excellency the President
of the Republ'eic
Mr. Pierre L. Liautaud as
Amnibas.ador to Madrid; Mr.
Pierre Hudicourt, Ambassador
to Caracas; Mr. Roche B. Laro
che as Ambassador to Mexico.
Mr Joseph Dejean, Ambassa-
dor to London, Mr. Love Le-
ger, Ambassador to the Orga-
nization of Americdn States;
Mr. Jacques Francois, Secre-
tary General to the Depart-
ment of Foreign relations; Mr.
Pierre Rigaud Ambassador to
Havana; Mr. Lascaze Bernadin
Ambassador to 1l3o de Janei-
ro; Mr. Rend Jean-ty, Ambas-
sador to Paris; Mr. Jean F.
Brierne, Ambassador to Bue-


DR. GERARD BASTIEN
Dentist
PostGraduate of the
University of Michigan
Professor at the Dental
Faculty
R-Hours: 8-11 AM and 4-7 PM
The Chinic located at Bois-
Verna is air-conditioned.
Phone : 5231.


AUX COSAQUES -
Haiti's famous 'homard flam-
me- has been enthusiastically
acclaimed by visiting epicures,
and featured by -Imperial
Linen.,
But foreigners aren't the only
connoisseurs of food. Haitians
know where the meat Is done
just right, where wines are of a
perfect vintage and flavour to
mellow their mood and form the
perfect foil for each delightful
course.
That's why special occasions
are observed at

AUX COSAQUES BAR


temala; Mr Yvon Desinor, Ins The new Ministers and
pector general of European Le bassadors have been accep
gations and Consulates ; Mr. by the Governments to whit
Matial Petrus, Charge d'Aft'faji they have been accredited.


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J or a Mme.Marini speciality
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CHATELET DES FLEURS
in the Pines and Poinsettias
Sin C.ol Kenscoff
Only 15 Pleasant Miles
35 Leisurely Minutes from Port-au-Prince
Yet almost 5,060 feet, almost a mile
above sea-level.
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UNDAY OCTOBER 3


Golden Mistress


Premiere This Week


.The Golden Mistress', film and Boutilliers,


Sin Haiti last winter through
e help of Me. Edouard Cas.na-
Onl with a 10% Haitian c,;;,
11i arrive by air in Haiti this
week-
English dialogue is used and
American stars John Agar, Ab-

ner Biberman and Rosenmaiie
bowie are 'included. Pamphlet;
French will be distributit-d
'give n clear understandinA
i the plot to non-Englisr,-
Eaklng spectators.
eliclurilng scenees of Ch'":ir!.1,

t dar-, the C.ibotag:, .' .,-:
E1 .- R ,in GCL..-!.,l, it .


Cap-Haitier.,


the Citadel, Luly and Milot,
the film tell; the story of ,
treasure hunt in Haiti. Ad-
vance whisper is that it is weil
worth seeing.


PRESSOIR'S CREOLE CL.-iSS
HAS VISITORS


*HAITI SUN.

Mrs Edith Efron Bogat, For
tune Begat, Emmanuel Am-
broise, and judge Felix Carri6
comprised the group.
Linguist Pressoir, who ex-
pects to put out another book
on his experiments this 'xecl:.
has formed a model class of
Odette, Augustin, Massillon,
Etienne nnd other peasant
children.


MERCHANT'S MONEY
STOLEN BY WALL
BREAKING THIEF
Mr Pierre Assad's store on
Rue des Fronts-Forts was bro-
ken last wv.eek, and $4000-remov
cd from the safe. Entry was
achieveil Dy breaking through
the v.anl. in l d f,,hi,-jn similar
to the robbery of Mr. Zikki
Naira's Grand'Rue wvarehouse
two months ago.
The thief appeared well ac-
quainted \vith the store, and
found the key. appaent.ly with
little difficulty.


ROADS IN THE SOUTH
Several coinmp, J es, including
the Bohama ,.re likely to be
entirusted VTh building the
Southern road.-


JOTTINGS IN A
TRAVELLER'S
NOTEBOOK
Continued from Page 8
be a little different from thus.
in Latin America, but which
feature dancing the like of
which will not be seen any-
where else in the world unless
one is fortunate enough to see
the Andalusian peasants in
ti-hlfl;.. pi-inr-nno- r-- a. U~CIUUJIC n


tival days.
Hunting and fishing in Spain
gre also considered -among the
best Inr Europe and the gov
ernment has set up game pro-


serves for sporrsmcn. Room,
meals, guides and facilities
cost about $14 a day. A hunt-
ing license may be obtained.
for $10.


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Haitian food at, its best tempts
the epicure.
Dancing to l'POrchestre Villa Creole*
From 8:00 to 11:00 P.M.
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After High Mass sung last Sunday in conIciImo-
ration of tic jrte de Notre Damee de Ina Sol:e
*pat ronec oj the General Petentiary, Mm.e. P(zl
Mogloire lto red the prison, examining the com-
foils instollcrt djor prisoners. The First Ladyi
w.'ho i'n. u t(copanied byj Pcnitentaiar -.Cot,
mnandant, Captain MAax Bazelais, expressed ;a-
li factioui at the i unimane treatment meted out.
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A surprise .BONNE FETI-. a Inspector of the Workmen': After being received by the


was held' for Mr. Don Read by
the employees of LANKTON
ZIEGBELE, MARHOEFER IN-
MBfRN.ATIONA.L S.A. at the
rield Office of Cite Magloire
No. 2 on Monday September
20, 1954. All employees attend-
,ed and enjoyed refreshments
while Engineer A-ndr- M.
Pierre delivered a speech on
behalf of the workers.
xxx
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lombard
and daughter Frances clipper-
ed to Port-au-Prince for a
weeks vacation with Mr. and
Mrs. Don Read and Mr. and
.Mrs. Bill Duff at Pacot. The
Lombards left Thursday by
clipper with a stop over at
Miami, before returning ta
Chicago.

xxx
Haitian, Ambassador to Rio
de Janeiro and Mrs. Lascaza
Bernadin left 'or Brazil Thurs
day. En route they will see
Oaracas.


Charles M. Antoine is in line
for back-slapping thIs week
when news of his appointment


Education Service gets'around.
XXX
Miss Amilina Georges beca-
me Mrs. Alphonse Firmin last
Saturday afternoon in a Cathe-
dral ceremony.
xxx
Miss Marie Therease Ltcasale
and Mr. Raoul Ch.r-Lien join
in saying -I Do- 0-taber 23 in
St. Pierre's Cathedral.
xxx
SLeo Pinchinat. farmer direc-
tor of -Le National' is home
from European wanderings.

KXX
Major Max Cele-tm and be-
ter half are on their way i,
the eVille Lumiiere,.
xxx
Haiti is "invited to send e:x-
hibits to the fair due to open
in Georgetown. Briti.sh Guiana1.
the end of this month. As:-or'.-
mg is underway at National
Economy H.Q.


xxx
Edwin P. Astle, director o:
SCIPA, flew to Guatemala
Tuesday tb attend an import-
ant agricultural meeting.


I V.


provide funds for the -I-lti
Litin S&c:.ty for rehabilitation
of the handicapped..

xxx
Minister and Mrs. Mauchir
Zcphirin were ho:t s to l..-
Dominican Amba-s'dor a.icld
Mrs. Jose Enrique Aybar Tueo
day evening aL a [ashlonab,.
farewell partly for the dep.'ti
ing d'lpiplomat.
XXX
Colonel D. P. Calixte. fcrm.--
Haitian Ambassador to Midri.I
returned from Spain last Satu.'


banib e. r was Weir lanlini LI.- uaa aiClonl alie will as 4


Colonel Calixte will assu4
duties on the Conseil du.ii
vernement.


Edith Godefroy arrives h
day from Peoria. U.S. whq
she has been resting up ak
rugged law studies

xxx
Architect Villejoint is ho
again after an official miss
in Europe that took
through Italy, Greec?
Fra nee.
xxX


Chlef of State. Yu Taume-Chi,
China's ambassador ot the Ita-
lian and Spanish Government3
flew on to D.R. last week.
xxx
Mrs. Victor Castel (nee Mar-
celle Pierre) and her sister
Fernande returned home from
a three month health trip to th2
U.S. and Canada. Electrical
engineer Victor Castel wh)
accompanied the ladies precede
ed them home la.t month.
XXX
Rene Kenswil returned hb,
KLM Wednesday from re-v;-
siting Europe after seven
years. Rene spent three
months red'icovering his horo,e
land, Holland, is back at L'A-
beille..
xxx
In New-York for Baptikm is
young Rodney Zagury, son ot
Cecil Zagury and former Dr.,
Goldeniberg


xxx
wSudan Chub, in Harlem wa,
the scene of a -Help Haiti,
Ball Monday night. Staged b;,'
the Marad', Club composed
only of Ha'itian women. .hp


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Leslie Bogat celebrated his
birthday at Chez Eric Tippen-
hauer Tuesday evening with
a contingent of ainisn. The
celebrating was longer and
stronger due to the homecom-
ing of wife Helga and their
new daughter.
Xxx
Pan American's Delia WVe.
ner was a year older Septem-
ber 16, officially observed he'
birthdayv iA Cjb.nie ChoLCLutine
Saturday.
S ~ xxx
Mr and Mrs Melick Bitar
.:were center of a grand Bam-

boche. in the Cape last night
on the occasion of their mar-
riage.
XXX
SAt -Tote de l'Eau. Tuesday
Mrs Joujou Leger observed
her anniversary w'th a 7 to
11 fete.
xxx
Mile Elsa Scutt will be miss-
ed this week when she takes
off for six months additional
learning in New York. Miss
Scutt will gain practical know-
ledge in Manhattan's Interior
decorating field.
XXX
Florence Folsom Is recover-
lag from pleusesy in Washing-
ton with a 16 hour stretch of
sleep a day.

"~ x X
XXX
SMiss Marguerita Mangul3a
Took off for Mexico yesterday
g With her habitual twinkle de-
SVeloped into a warm smile.
The U. S. Ambassador's .right
hand, will be touring tortilla

Territory for the next month
to six weeks
xxx



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October 5th will mean Hap
py Birthday, greetings for
Mrs. Gerard Fils-Aime, busy
secretary to the SCISP Medi-
cal Division.
X(X
Seven and a half pound Re-,
ginaid Wooley son of Deputy
and Mrs Wooley was christen-
ed at St-Pierre's in Petron-ville
Friday
xxx
iEutel tycoon Paul Weesner
is looking over progress at
his Riviera this week.
XXX
aVilla Rosa's, gloom-clonc
is due to the departure of the
heir, Burdette Ashton, who
clIppered across to Indiann
Thursday. Leaving his aqcua-
lung and -Oldsmobile. behind.
Burdette is steadying dow.i to
pursuit of a College degree.
xxx
Therese Martin is back home
after an enjoyable sejour in
Havana.
x-x X
Mrs Nagi] and son Jacky
came steaming back to port
Saturday from four months in
New York. They arrived at the
RivIera on the Ancon.

xxx
Edna (Babou) Delinois ob-
served her fete at home in La-
lue last evening.
xxx


-HAITI SUN.


Alberto, Minister of Perou
welcomed Madame home froin
tii.-' morni.l-.- of a at. 'r..r.,
with daughter in Miamni and
sisters in Atlantic City.
xxx
Bunny Evans accompanied
by Major David arrived in
town yesterday noon.
XXX
Mrs Stines flewx to \Vashing-
ton yesterday to join her huh-
band Captain Arthur Sitine;,
ending a four month \aicatian
in, Port.
xxx
Mr. Yreoh Chatelain, judga
of the Courts de Cassation arr
ived from the US Thursday.
XXX

Mr Gustav G1lg clippered to
New York Saturday noon to
join Mrs. Gilg. They return
home in a fortnight.
X X X
Medical student Jean Duvi-
vier was target for -Happy
Birthdays. TFr'day.


Mr.
leave
Line
trip.


x XX
and Mrs Emile Gardk-re
noon today by Panama
on a New York health


x x x
Herbert iBibbi) Reynard,
son of Coloriel and Mrs. Rey-
nard, is picking up English
and business knowledge at
school in Kingston. Bibbi flew
South yesterday.


x xx
Ti George Lechler of Mira-
goane flew to State-side Fri-
day to keep a date
Ti George is walking up the
Aisle on the 9th in Philadel-
phia.


TWO ARTISTS CELEBRATE WEDDING.. ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs Alfredo Garcia Garamendi think the occasion worth a peck. It was
their eleventh wedding anniversary, and celebrations were underway in their Turgeau
home. Commercial artist Garcia is married to one of the art world's prettiest
members.


SBEG. TRADE MARk
LC4-%_


Claire Liautaud has return-
ed- from New-York with scfn
Ronald and new baby Josiane.
Papa is still studying engineer
ing .in Washington.
xxx
ShIbley Talamnas, ex-Farouk
of the Carnival, celebrated his
birthday in a big way October
1.
x x
Bob Seleskey and wife are
honeymooning here. They ex-
changed the I dos in Dave
Canus' Blarney Stone Castle
Detroit Mich. last week.
x x x
XXX
Lovely Miss Allisoh Mayer
i s spending a few days hera
enroute home to Jamaica from
Summer in Europe.
/ XX

,Haiti Sun' is stricken with
grief at the illness of our va-
lued collaborator, Mrs. Chris-
tian Laporte, who is suffering
from bronchal trouble.
xxx
.'XXX

Yesterday returned from
three glorious months In Berna
(Swiss) Mrs. William Narr,
the Electric Company's Ri-
chard Meuli, wife and sons
Bernhard. Paul and Andreas.
xxx
Today is the annual Opening
Day of the Jacqueline Turian
Kindergarten at 4 Chemin des
Dalles and prospective stu-
dents and their parents will be
afforded an opportunity of
meeting teachers, other stu-
dents and parents, during the
*Get acquainted, day (from
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.) which fea-
tures movies and other enter-
tainmenLt
S3X
Frederick (Didi) and Elsie
Heyne are arranging son Hen-
ri's first bamboche. Henri ar-
rived Sept. 18 th, is their
first son. They have two girls.


xxx
Miss Marthe Jeanty linked
destinies with Mr. Antoine
Adolph at the Etat Civil de la
Section Esto Wednesday even-
ing. Witnesses were: Mssrs.
Sully Bazile, Louis Beauvoir,
Gabriel Pierre, and Misses Er-
mite Lamothe and Catherinm,'
Armand.


Me. Luc Grimard, Rector ot
the University and Director of
*La Phalange,. after a month's
illness here flew abroad las'
week for specialist care. We
are happy to report his case is
not considered alarming.


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Page 13

Jaco Sassine is on a month
visit to Canada and the U. S.
X X x
New lawyer coming up is
Edouard Craan who takes the
oath in Gonaives Monday.
XX X
LIt. Lyonel Honorat of A. d'H
headquarters will fly to Fort-
Bering, Georgia, on a s i x
month training course in infan
try warfare.
XXX
Miss Raymonde Cuvilly and
Miss Raymonde Beaubrun re-
turned Wedne.eday from two
months tripping through Ja-
maica and Cuba. After a spell
in; camp In Kingston the ladies
crossed to Havana for a few
weeks vacation.
xxx
The Gitmo medicos say thrf.c!
year-old Philip Lawrenice sort
of Vice-Consul Brock L. has
only slight concussion after
falling off the family porch.
XXX
Jean-Claude Fequlere return
ed yesterday aboard the -An-
con after two years at the
-Rochester Business Institute,
He is expect e d to
punch in at the ,Charles Fe-
quiere & Co., offices soon to
put his newly acquired know-
ledge to work.
xxx
Nico]e Dennis, daughter of
Engineer Max Dennis arrIved
home from University Thurs-
day afternoon: Miss Dennis
has been away for a year and
a half.

xxx
Thomas H. Moore is due in
from Miami the end of this
month to settle down at the
wheel of Texaco's local
branch Mr. Moore was former-
.ly manager of the Jamaican
office of the firm.

xxx
Yelva Rampy, just back last
night from three months study
in the U.S. and Canada, Will
be on hand today at the -Open
House' of the Jacqueline Tu-
rian Kindergarten where she
Teaches music.
xxx










'The Paul Emile Desdriunes
welcomed a second son into
the family Monday 11 a m




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-age 14
HAITIAN WOMEN LEARN
VOTING TECHNIQUE
In preparation for the histo-
ry making occasion when Hai-
tian women will queue uip at
the polls for. the first time, in
the January 26 Communal elec
tions, the .Ligue Feminine
d'Action Sociale. organized a
two-week educational program
me ending yesterday.
Benefitting from the assistant
ce of Mrs. Allan Mitchell, who
has spent twenty years Inte-
resting American women in po
lit'ical action, the Ligue insti-
tuted September 20, a seminar
in the main hall of the Ecole
de ]a republique de Venezuela.
League president Mrs. Rossi-
ni Pierre-Louis led a group to
the provinces this week and
held meetings at which the.
laws governing voting at the
coming elections were explain-
ed to the women of the pro-
vinces. Mrs. Mitchell, invite'.l
from Bloomington Indiana to
assist in the project, spoke in
French on experiences of Ame
rican women in political life.


cHAITI SUN,


SUNDAY OCTOBER 3


Messrs. Edmond Celcis. (president', Auguste Desert and Israel Sylvain (members), Swear in for their ad-interim spell as.commission communale. until the janu
ary elections decide who serves the new term. The ceremony took place at theCivil Court. Friday morning, after the commission led by Dr. Nelaton Camille reti
red from duty for the electoral period.


The American visitor has long
been a member of the Amer-
ican League of Women Voters
and a leading spirit in the
civic life of her home town.
She was received by Mine Ma-
gloire Friday.
Among the towns visitCed
were; Gonaives, St-Marc, C-i:)-
Haitien, Marbial, Jacmel, a:dl
Deschapelles.


PARAMUONT

Sunday. October 3
5:30 and 8:30 p mn
LES PLUS BELLES ANNEES
DE NOTRE VIE
Monday, Oct. 4, 6.00 p. m.
LES PLUS BELLES ANNEES
DE NOTRE VIE
Tuesday, October 5
5.30 and 8:30 p m


DE NOTRE VIE
Wednesday, October, 6
6 and 8:15 p mn
LA PECHERESSE
Thursday, October, 7,
6 and 8:15 p m
ANNA ET LE ROI DU SIAM
Friday, Octo'ber, S.
6 and 8:15 p m
Sunday, October 3,
IES PLUS BELLES ANNEES


DE NOTRE VIE
Saturday, October, 9.
6 and S:15 p mn
RED BARRY (Chapts 9 and 10
and a Cowboy Picture
Sunday Oct. 10, 3:30 p m

RED BARRY (Chapts 9 and 10
and a Cowboy Picture
Sunday Oct. 10, 6 and 8:30 p m
IVANHOE
(with French sub-titles)


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CARLOS : Perfumes Liquor Souvenirs
CABIBCRAFT : -Mahagany factory.
CHAMPAGNA'S : Perfumes Mahogani-Sisal

GEO. DESLANDES : Mahogany Factory.
HAITIAN GIFT SHOP : Mahogany Handicraft
JACQUELLINE'S : Embroidered dresses and blouses
JEANNE'S : Paris Cr6eations
LA PERLE DES ANTILLES: Perfumes Sisal goods
LA BELLE CREOLE : Tourist shopping center


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MAISON ORIENTAL : Indian Goods
OUVROIR NATIONALE : Embroidered dresses.
OIUANGA DOLL : Dresses Souvenirs,
Handicraft.
MAXIM'S : Mahogany and sisal handicraft.
MEINBERG BROS : Mahogany factory.
SI-LA SHOP: Sisal and mahogany handicraft
SAMBA : Embroidered dresses.
- Handicraft.
THE SOUVENIR SHOP:- Perfumes, Haitian han-
dicraft


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=md, wvl1 go to Haiti as
*unity activities Special-


ussel will double as a -ru-
l sociologist, and a program
romoter whose job will be to
t the people of the small
*ribbean island to take r
great interest in the air pro-
grams, Stassen's office said.
i
t. ; Million a Year


Eugene H. Clay, who di-
rects the Haiti program, said
in an Interview that Russell's
job will be to &determine what
various technical skills need
to be brought to the peoples,
and once technical training
programs are started, .how to
get people to accept and use
them effectively., Clay said
Russell's job would be 'o get
the people 'to use their own
resources, to Lmprove their
lot.


EHAITI SUN&


Jiull House Investigator

i From 19g2 to 1923. he was
an investigator of community
conditions at Hull House, Chi-
cago, the announcement said.
After one year as a special in-
vestigator for the Chicago poli
ce department, he was named
playground director of South
Park playground.
While on the Texas college
staff, Russell headed welfare
and social organizations, FOA"
said.

FOA has -eight or nine.


Stassen's office said FOA i, The FOA announcement said community activities specialist,
pending more than a miilic,.i. Russell has been a prolesso,- on its staff, although usually
joilars a year ;n Haiti on gr- at Texas A. & M college sinr.-- they are called -community de
culture improvement, rur:l 19263. He obtained a sociology velopnmenit ,specialists, FOA
ducati.-vn, dndl public he.iltl' degree from the UIniverty ei -aid
nd sarinitation progranii Ch'icago. Some are wurking in i!-.rn



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In the heart of two of Iran's
largest cities.

cEach American designed
center has a maximum capac-
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the house foreign affairs com-
mIttee. The ministry of labor
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industrial safety training, basic
literacy, and Industrial health
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Other types of community
projects being financed with
American aid In Iran are pub-
lic bathouses in rural ,rea',
FOA told Congress.


LE MATING DIRECTOR
LEAVES FOR CONFERENCE
Ftandck Magloire, suave
diretr of the -larige-clrcuia-
tioi daily, eLi MatfiT. 'flew to
Sao Paolo Tnursiay afternoon
to attend the 16tli'General as-
sembly of the Inter-American
press society.
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CHAUVET
WINGS SOUTH

Le Nouvelliste's' distingui-
shed director Max Chauvet
clippered Lo Sao Paolo Friday
to attend the 10th General A.,-
sembly ,of the Inter-Amnericia
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Page 16


Monkey No,,,


Continued fromin pp 1
ma] out, but night came with
the monkey still .down the
hole,.
Mr and Mrs Kendricks, also
neighbours of the monkey-
visited family, suspected the
monkey belonged to Burdette
Asthon, and went to check.
Burciette, though not the own-
er, nor in any way previously
connected wvtth the monkey,
paused only long enough to
grab his Marine Cap and rush-
ed into the fray.
Felling a stout saLling, Ash-
ton approached the pit and
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for the animal s exit. nc 111.i
-borrowed bananas from the
Kendricks, and started coaxing
with all his (and the banana's
charm)
After weary, disappointing
hours, Mr. Ashton reports, the
trapped monkey finally climb-
ed far enough up the pole t,)
grab the banana and shoot
down again, where he sat on a
ledge devouring it. Half an
hour went by before hunger
again assailed him, and in th2
interval Mr. Gaicia suggested
that they throw lighted paper
through one sear, and leave the
other open. Mrs. Garcia, from
time to time, lightened the at-
mosphere with gnes.

Before the suggestion ot th'
hligh-ted paper was fiolloweu,
Burdette withdrew his tac
long enough to allow the mon-
key to climb up and out. Snat.
ching the banana, Panchito
leaped fur the gap between the
wall and the zinc roof and di-
sappeared in a nearby ravine.
Beating the ravine, a mem-
3ber of the crowd cornered the
-run-away and brought him
I down. Putting him in a bas-
ket, the group ferreted out
'the owners and went in tri-
4umph to the kitchen. There, the
maid looked with skepticism
at the basket, said: Ou pag-
aine macacque la, ou-mem. Ou
trop mantis and lifting the lid


. AU. .SUNDAY OCTOBER.3


allowed Panchito egress.
Panchito lost no time in disa
appearing in the Bois. But the
shoe-shine who first h a d
caught him, again proved vic-
torious in a treetop chase.
So Panchito is back with his
two -fans, Elizabeth, and baby
Francolse who have been the
monkey's adoring admirers
ever since their Dad brougliht
him home from Colonel Bill
Parett two weeks ago. Twelv'-
year-old Eric, Daniel's son and
heir 'is due home from New
York this week. and will get
his first look at the family pet
There was only one -rub-
in returning to his cage. a:
PanchIto would explain, l,?
was subjected to a thorough
spraying from a garden hoe'
cBathing 'is ona thing ihat
makes him go almost crazy,
his owner comments.


COMINGS & GOINGS
Expected any day are three
new diplomats accredited to
Port-au-Prince. They are Mr.
Harry Albert Scott, Ambassa-
do of Canada; Dr. Luis Hum-
berto Salamanca, Envoy extra-
ordinary and Minister plenipo-
tentary of Colombia; and Mr.
Roberto Herminio VaJle Calvo
MinIster of Guatemala.

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