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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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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:
AA00015023:00319

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VU THE HA;T!AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER _____
VOL 3- V el. _06
-- -VOLUHE VNo_ Prt-aiiPnce UABLiQUE DN'AoTTel.: Ii S UN-DEI--ER-19954 No. 14

Visit Paraguayan Team Delayed
first Clash W4'ith Haiti Tonight 'g3 in South Anneiica in. the
< 'WNould Cup series.
The eage ;y inntie tel clash c'ond in the last Nationa] toli': Theyare just con1duding a vic-
Sbetween P oi|'u a.i Is, ae 'foot-oo 1nmei tI Nine plavers H'omn t(he, "Co n! ed pag JO
ball tein .,L.beUi mad U1 1 nd ta:11- rm \er.o lo h N"t


S5 littIle chi ilrcn c',' 'C this dingy. lhree-roo r'ed h -
.e and mud-yard Sunshine Home is perhaps tlhe only.
part of Haiti which .thle sun does not -pentietrate. Miss D' r)
Burke's orphanage ',i't be *ot.'*oed or abolished. (See Stn-
r1 Page 9)


6 TOURISTS GRAVELY INJURED

i IN LABOULE TAXI ACCIDENT


Three tourists, from the SS
Cristobal wV.ere secously injured
Monday in a'cIaboule taxi cash.


The ta::i, h iverr, by -,e&erarn
chaufi.feur Monrieuil wais return
Jog .',itJ'l, f''jtir t,.}urj ;_: ;-:'::'; .i
Ken-cci' f tri]) v.i',p i l'ie I :,3ka:
renocrtedi-ly failed. Chaui'..eur Mon
rieuil swerved into the s.ile ot a
hill ,vrceking the c:ir :id miljui.
ing its occupants: Also hurt, the
chauttffeur is preserI t'.y 1ni2.l' '
ing treatment at the General


The osit: r Oi ll; : 'VIU,,d,,'oi uia
siting into a Laboul,: l minic
Jour tourists off the SS Cri.s


H c .ip1it a 1.
The tou.irists were treneed and
carried aboard the c..ife ship.


t irial H:,klian XI. schac'h.llA iujr
last evenmi.g, ha; been postpoh-
ced until t nght. FHF Presidc-mn
W lliam iTi S'; -i Mc Intslh ..111.
niounced yeste: di-.
The Par3ag:ay:n team was
'held up in Panma by engine
tr6u.lie'of 'the plane that should
have .flown them here._ Mr. Mc
Intosh explained, but in a long-
distance telephone talk to mann
geu Samuel 'Ratinoff he learned
a'chartered airliner is to arrive
here this afternoon. The gche-
c(ile of matches has been chang
nd from Saturclday, Moncld-ay v and'
Wednesday to Sunday. MondaS'
andi Wednesday he said.
The .,Libertad, players are
ranked as Paraguay's best,
though their team placed se-


Haiti Loses helientiless Eaucalor

With Death ui Lmmanuel Gabriel
Emrnmanuel Gabriel Jn-Fuan shaclo of illiteracy will i:e
cois succumbed to a heart a1- certain to carry his name.
tack last Sunday nig.it ..t_ -41 Animator of the-Mar.hial pf-
;ear of age. He was rclein;,.- Jlot pi:.iecI the p1)atienI e..i-
le'ss pioneer in .:f.: In ciia- cator headed the UNESCO
cation, and ,bocks tells tfo- experimental work there f.ir
ture gereerations t h e it,:y five arduous, frLust 'r a t i n
of Haiti's battle to lift the ycar~, and 'v hien the Haitian Go-
vt.Fvinientt took over Marbi,,l
last m nonth, he was called to c.i..
rect the recently-created Ec1 e
rurale Normale an La[lui.

In his crowded cireer,.Mr.
Galbriel" has. beern in on the
Lunching of quite, a few edu-
cational projects, none o f
them an easy row to hoe.. But
Ever since he walked into the
new Agricultural school at
Damien in 1927 to register
for-its rural teacher's trai-
.ring course, he has shown a
consistent determinate i on :
12Ch came to a ji ?toj i-'t, / ,- nothing was going to stand
Thi""drrirh- (r .l ',-.It'Ph. I o t'1
tot Ut i P'ii'ji ."L in tih/ crash. (Cot ted ,' age 25)


'P.:ar g ayaai- .-selet i,:lcn which pl.:
ed' thld (after Brazil, and UrlI-.

C9NGRESSMAN POWELL
EXL LU a *lZIUhtuW
U.S. Congressman A u j -I
Cla. ton Powell Jr. is exl:,ec-
ted to airi've in Port au Prin-
ce tomorrow accompanied by
his wife, celebrated pianist
Hazel Scott, and their- eight-
year-olcl son Skipper.
One of two Negro Congres..-
men in the U.S.A,.Mr Po%'.ll
is a Minister in the Abyssi-
nian Baptist Church '; e
Baptist h--eneh-with the .lar-
gest Negro Congregation in
America) founded by his fa-
ther. He was editor of ,Peo-
(Co tiai:ii;cl on Pogr 151
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SILVERA-BOHNO
NUP' UALS


M.iss FranqoPict Siref-a und Di.
'.-ti.' ..ic,, I 'o 10, ('above on
e? nggemen. ,lt 1 er) wvec wed.
last C'thi St. '?,'rr'. Church
in Petioidiille. Reportage of
die social er'rt will. appear in
',i n,..rt i;.stefc. -
, '\


The 1,71 public act: Mr.. Etno'a'nucl Gabriel Jn.Francoiz
.- nii addressing children at. the distribution of the 'Sth ol
ch'st, if't -oj the Junior American Red Coss eto the
Et. of.- Nor:'ale Rural. de Ddamnien. -December 10th, two days
Iroft 1Iis peath.
He "..tS acooipaniedt on this occasion hby Mr. C ha rI ci..
Schu.iscic, liltcrnutioiual Director of the Junior Red Cross,
'wid Mr. .4ndre. Darius Inspector of National Education:
Hi, dftlhui 'a.ns jgr'atb cho-l, to the -Haiti Sun. as a few.,
t(1 ,7/ bcic'"".,.' h dar O co if:' in t," cana,'r' i'7t, ItS r,n th artli-
clc on H,''i's First Work-Camp (over which he piesidelr
publ slhetd in iihc Sun' 'ovem'-e'r 1-.


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Page 2

Commissioner Roy Applies Broom

To Bureau des Contributions


.HAIT I SUN*

book case. Through a small
panel, his' capable looking
secretary, Miss Deetien sends
and receives a continuous
flow of documents.


SUNDAY DECEMBER 19
WANTED than two bedrooms, all modern

Would like to find a comfurta conveniences, porch, garden, etc
ble. un.Fihrni-he, house, not less write Box A or c/o Haili Sun

A..t


Dtrectcti Ge.'gi-.s Roy ut the hi-lni. VINs t.asteljlly jfurnish,:il
r'condlitoncd o!ice1 i tit s joj and pride.


President Magloire, on his
inspection tour of the newiy
re- conditioned Tax Oft'ie
Friday morning called the
change ca.rie-d out I by the Direc
tor, .Mr. Georges Eugene Roy.
comiplece tzransformidtion.
Dofyying th.a ol.,.If s h i o n c
conception of a tax offi-,,, Di-
rector of Contributions. Geor
ge Eugene Roy, has str'eanli-
ned hits li, ci uiiitrt ers, ir, : .
sing, a hundred-fold, the effi-
ciency of his organization as
well as improving the appcz.-
iance of his bureaux.
Mr Roy who marked off
two years in his present itit
on Monday, December 13th.
had already won laurels as a
reformer v.iirh his dr a s t ic
c-verhaul of the Postal Serv;-
ces while hlie was Postmniaster
General.
Bringing twenty five.' y:.i 1s
fiscal experience to ije.r, thE
Tax Commi.ssioner wept :;-
to the muity tradition (-f dark
cubby holes tclutlterefl v ithi
U L'ii',ii lC'u '."e t.,X etti r-i i .i
SCL J W'elc "il'ir IJA ec-del'.1ii, I.,'
freshening up his office ,ith


mahogany, paint and a ge-
nius for orderliness.
Behind sleek, poli.shfi desks
tiini uniformed girls in whi-
te blouses and blue skirts get
the maximum anio:iiw of
work done with the minimum
eftforit o.ving to the sinAlTihruJi-
ning -..,tem Mr. Roy hai into
ducei Nev.Iy rs-.ty!ed win
dows ma!-e t'.e bnii,.-in:; light
and airy, while a wvaitvr coo
ler has been installed to fces-
hen up staff made hot under
the collar,, hy a multitu:1- of
tax problems.
The man at the helm Ias an
ol'fftce beftrtitng a kipper Pu -
nished taste-fully with the
finest of Haitian mahoganv,
he r,-,,ir is dec-,:i-ate'J v.ith lo-
cal sculpture and cerartiis.
Phtcr:iphs ,C rhie Presdlent,
the Heroes of the In.erien-
dlence and G'jnaives gra,-e the
walls of the office of the Ge-
neral Director and Assistant
Director Charles F. Presso'r.
Mr. Roy's inner sanctum is
kept at a comfortable otempe-
rature by air-conditionrerq
concealed by a long, gleaming


Viewi of thie otferi otf'-r o the Burealu d,?' Contrihl'ni,:.
showiitn (lip nro .tlreoa,!,ordi look introduced by Tar Comn-
mis.-iincC Georges Eugene Rioy, who rnd-d hi.. second Y!en'
at the ienfd of the Bureau tiis 'veek.


Foreign and local visitors L
already are commenting on
the change in appear a n c e AR
and operation of the Bureau,
and it is to be hoped tha'. Mr. F LY KM TO
Roy's example will << stai;t A EUROPE
the ball rolling>. Specialist ALL "
from abroad who visl the Low Thrift Season fares now in effect
..... ." De Luxe flights with SleepAir accommodations
Tax Office will leave Haiti Cq Economical Tourist Class service
Sa Four flights per week from the Carlibbean
with a high opinion of our .. For full infSaon s*.
deprtmnta eficincy in : s.A.E5. & .o. MAR IP. & EXP. J
departmental efficiency, in- CO. Tel. 2352; Southerand Tours,
Tot. 3591/7378, Heraux Touri, Tel.
creasing the reputation of 3493 Maoc Island 'Tour T.rl. 2078.
Haiti as a country to visit. The I WORLDS FIRST AIRLINE,,
change may be summed up as
a magnificent reclameme;> for .- Z'
local craftmanship and mate- / .,
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World Tributes


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The greatest Gasoline
ment in 32 Years...
Millions of motorists all over the
taken up the challenge that two
Shell Gasoline with I.C.A. abolish P]
*nd MISFIRING. Those same me
S ound. once again, that pleasure whi
h ot experienced since their ei
newly run-in and gave eager resl
thinitle. Shell with I.C.A. brings
engir"'' Performance and Smooth .

First and Finesi


develop- Two tankfuls will convince
S you...
world have Walt until your tank Is almost empty
tankfuls of before you first fill up on Shell with
RE-IGNITION I.C.A. After your second tankful you
otorlsts have will be pleasantly amazed ,by the in-
ich they have crease of power and better perform.,
igines were ance. Remember, improved perforinm
ponse to the ance can mean more miles per gallon.
back "New- Remember. too, that LCJ.A. i J lxdulw
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SUNDAY DECEMBER 19

Webb Transferred To New York
Perea Takes Over Delta Here


Robert L. W\ebb, manager of
Delta C&S in Haiti, since the air
line first opened offices here in
December 1952, left Friday for
New York and a new assign-
menIt.

He will *be replaced by for.
mer Diector of Delta in Ciu.
dad Trujillo, Henry Perea.
Starting with the company in
its Houston office 8 years ngo,


Mr. \'el>b worked in several
LS cities, becoming manager of
the Tulsa Oklahoma branch be.
fore his transfer to Port au Prin
ce.
Mr Perea who also joined ai
Houston, has worked in C(aracas
Venezuela, and directed the San
Francisco office during, six
years with the airline, Soanisn
speaking (.his native tongue)
Mr Perea was transferred to Ciu


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Let the Insurance Company do the worrying. See 7mnmediat-
ly : 'NORWICH UNION, Insurance Co. Joseph Nadal and
Co. Agents. Tel : 3486


-HAITI SUN,


dad T'rujiilo where he spent
twenty Lwo months before coin-
ing on here.
A war-veteran (US Airiorcej
he has studied aeronautics at
Houston University.
FAREWELLS
Several fetes marked the de-
parture of .Bob. -\Vebb starting
with one at the airline man-
ger's Gros Morne residence when
he invited 'he Joseph Ndrilals
to cocktails last Monday even-
i ng.

Tuesday evening in Pacot, Ra
phael River of the C('arib Ci%
ters. airline catering company
entertained Mr. Webb aid MI-.
Perea, the following eve:;lng
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Nadal'gave
a diner party for Webb and P--
rea at Petionville and Thursday
night Dr. and Mrs. Assad were
hosts at a Haitian buffet at Villa
Creole.


WELAS CHUCH BROKEN
HOLY VESSELS STOLEN

During the'night of Sunday
December 12 a thief broke !.ito
the oresbiterv of the Delmas


Page 3


Bob Webb greets freplacemea:t Heiry Perea at Boweni-Field-
Tourism. Director Pierrc Choam it also extends t welcome:.


Chapel, used as a religious
school, and smashing t h e
d oor of the cupboard, carried
off all the holy ornaments,
altar cloths and sacramental
vessels.
,La Phalange, reporting
the'crime attributed it (wit-
hout doulbtv) to a supersti-
tious thief who would use the
stolen articles to embellish
Foome choumfort,.


The newspaper also compa-
red it with a former avol sa-
crilege> at Cap Haitien, say-
ing: eIt is time for Us to
change our lives and to res-'
tore Christ to his rightful
place. It is time to banish
from bur lives all those su-
iperstitious customs which lead
io such abuses and disorders,
:t is time to serve Christ and
him alone..D


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The Tourist and H.!. (" .







Aix cent mille Arlicles : Gifts of all kinds Maison Orienlai
: Haitian handicraft French Perfumes Ounoa Doll
Caribcraft Mahogany sisa Oivroir Nation
Champagna's Perfumes Mahnoany Maxim's
/ Geo Deslandes Mahogany Factory Meinberg Bros
/ Haitian Gill Shop Mahogany Handicraft Samba
Jacquelline Eombroidered dress@ souvenirs Rhum-Barbani
j Jea Ue6s. Dresses Souvenirs Si La Shop
La Perle des Antilles Perfumes--Sisal, shoes. bags SiJou-La
La Belle Creole Tourist shopping center Tain Tam"
/ Le Perchoir shop in the Mountains The Souvenir S

S I. One Price Policl
\2. Prices plainly marked on
3. Fully itemized sales slip .given
/Rhum Barbancouri available a


8 ,. : French Perfumes Oriental novelties .
Dresses Souvenirs
sale Embroidery Handicraft.
Handicraft Tortoise shell -
Mahogany Sisal & strawpnods *
Embroidered dresses
ould Haiti's finest run
Sisal & Mahogany goods /
Dresses Haitian hadicraft :
: Mahogany Souvenirs
Shop: Perfumes Jewelry f


each item (
without request
at these shops .


tisfaction

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fia connection with Delta-C&S and American DC-6 interchange
/ight at New Orleans. Flights three times weekly to HAVANA,
NEW ORLEANS, also CIUDAD TRUJILLO and SAN JUAN -
Phone: 3313 For Reservations and information
Ticket office: Jos. Nadal & Co. Bldg.
Jo Nodal & Co. General Agents
ar'see your Travel Agent


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S-I IE 1II ID IICAIL CASl CC.Ijnc

i Has Opened Offices At Rue Pavee

7 --formerly Mr. Jacques Fauberl's. store-
/ We are at your. service for the delivery of PROPANE GAS in 100 lb cylinders.
/ We are also selling at attllractive prices STOVES, REFRIGERATORS, WftTER HEATERS.

N HOT PLATES and-PRESSURE COOKERS. Available in a variety of sizes and types to fit everyone's pocket.'


>Here is an opportunity to give your family a CHRISTMAS PRESENT

? that is not only attractively presented but of use for many years to come.


REMEMBER, THERE ARE ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT

BEFORE CHRISTMAS'!

Office Hours : 8:00 a m to 12:30 p m
2:00 p m to 4:30p m
For all Information and Orders please Call 3883

GUARANTY AND RAPID SERVICE


oPage 4 1.HAITI SUN. SUNDAY DECEAIBER 19
--------------- W T,~T?7T ITT FResponcing to the appel
n a i0I UV.aLLL made by 'Sunshine Christns
Win a radio at'COLES' I ie l is woorrie(fd this ed a machine that will take care o ittee the olow
The Georges Coles' Supermarket will present on December 23, 24, 30 and 31, weekend about the fate of his of the chore of ce-crushing. prons prompy v sent n thi
SEXTRAORDINARY SURPRISE SALE. boat and radio which were claim Party-nakers may take note. pronsrtin Mr ge tiner
During those days, all clients who made purchases at the GEORGES COLS o1triution.rs.gieVient
ARKET .will be able to participate in this surprise sale.. ed y ,ve ne' lkr e x r Bill Stoe, Mr. R. B. Geor.
ne~day when the craft struck a x x X g r Lmaire Mr. ,..
FOLLOWING ARE THE CONDITIONS : C o a e, MAr. Lemaire, Tr. Willian
To all clients who make purchases of $10. a numbered ticket will be present- re fo maes, .la ie. onr-Avitor-imihogany maker Ja- Shaw, Jr. Jas. D. Calrdwel, Mr
I at the cage, and should be kept by the clients who will then be included in the yage frm Saltrou to .J cmel. mes .,ts to know why nobo- Jimmy tTrano, Mr. Jean Brison
drawing of December 31, 1954. x x x dy knows thjt Consular in ,i- 1.l Jensen, Mr. -Hoimer Shrew;.
qdy
The more times you make a $10 purchase, the more chances you will have. .ome n ele r l ce re n longer necessary for bu r. J. Babon. is Pearl
A holilie nc-u':elle, f-r it -cL3ie i-no longer necessary for bury. M~r. J. Bahotun. Mki~s Pearl
The winning number will receive a .Philips. 1955 model 7-tube receiving set. fr.t tht B mehnie vlue 500 n V-n, H Ri:. d Ha.
During this same p triod, the .MAISON COLES. will open a sample center ,l I clt.i',;, nizne ha n. ,in[l nii .der. li Tra0iing Com p. 1ny.
'the famous PLUMROSE products. d h------ -i ti -uder. ii TraJing Ccn-i--y.
BUY YOUR HOUSEHOUt ITEMS FROM GEORGES COLES, on December 23, 24 m 1 W,
0, and 31. EVERYBODY MAY FREELY SAMPLE THE PLUMROSE PRODUCTS, and YOU .
EN uAHA A PuAiiE nl WINMMING A PHllIPS RADIO OFFERED BY COLES SUPERMARKET


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SUNDAY DECEMBER 19 ,HAITI

Exhibition Of Haitian Masterpieces e r
asr ie Relief by' ral

In Honour of Rodman's Guide Book ing from a
collection.
In honour of the publica- York.
tion of Sflden Rodman's Gui- The show, composed af i'he apenir
de book on Haiti, an art ex- twenty masterpieces of Hai- tion tsponso
hibition was held Tuesday tian painting was attended Ambassador
November 30, at Gallery (G>* by five hundred people. Seve- and Consul C
200 E. 59th Street, New- ral hundred dollars were col- conte) was
, ..-.-..flyn disLingu
Te RIViERA minong whom
TIhe n I/ Chauvet, fc

Hotel d'Haiti MauriceDar
j Jessup, and


GUY DEROSIER AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Continuous music and dancing eIvery nite
from 6:30 p m to 1:00 am

Every Saturday night'$1:50 -minimum- per person
Sunday 8:00 p m in Dining room
Cj101R MICHEL DESGROTTES
-35-member choral group- ...

TRADITIONAL NEW YEARS' EVE DANCE /
-a New Year gadget for aall-


to crown that perfect moment of
pleasant corn panionship. One of many
occasions for drinking Hennessy.


losejh Nadal and Zo., fistribuios


SUNa


hurricane Hazel
ffling off a paint
author Rodman's


g of tioe exiibi-
red by haitian
Jacques Leger
General Cinna Le-
attended by ma-
aished questa a-
were : Ernest
rrmer Minister
tigue, John Knox
Alexander, Eliot


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