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Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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BERNARD DIEDRICH
EDITOR

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SUNDAY


aune


There have beeh few such --
energetic explorers of Haiti Haiti- I
as the visiting editor of Adt i Lotter
The, Daily Gleaner.
Mr. Sealy after a very, Back in ,1931, .the" iLote-
r thorough, week in Haiti offe rie Nationals was founded
red last Saturday night a by a group of businessmen:
Press Conference and stylish Mr. Edouard Esteve, Rapha-
dinner party at the Splendid el Brouard Lyncie Denis,
Hotel. In a cordial 'atmos- Louis Malval, and Moncey
phere. surrounded by the Gourguie. The lottery had its.
Press of Port-au-Prince, Mt firsts drawing in April 5,
Sealy, in a slow and clear' 1931, and, the first prize a-
English which was. Smartly mounted to 16.000 gourdes
translated by Roger Drey-' in 1940,. the, lotte'-r ', run
fuss: -of Ia' Dnemocratie by .a Board of Direcrs.,was
spoke of te problemss that turned. into ai society, : eLot6-
e .he tw6, couptremi; Jar rie Daional :.;-A,,,
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.8TH i .o;t30

ered NEW MURALS UNYVEIE
eenor TODAY AT ST TRINITY


By Selden todman
(Selden Rodman, who gi- wary 3'and February 20M
ves us permission to reprint Ithis year the mw.ne.ew o-
this article of his from rals which are being s, e-
aHarper's Bazaar," directed iled by Monsignor V gel
the painting of the alse r' today. He is the author
the Cathedral St-Trinite "Renaissance in Hi. an
last winter, and between Ja is, a commander ii n e: Hai
t~e, an .b t~e.n ] '-.. .. "


Scc cnarqwgbwus flHR^ni*ivY
S" i.,li,' pr,_ sprouts f' old
SrE 'iit4. Ltouis Cheva-
i; Pir Uidboreau. He is re-
Slted6 "e Benefactor of
the Dominican Republic and
his god-father was Pdt. Sa.;
'Jlomoh, -whb he says .-was one
of Haiti's greatest .Presi4ent
because, he made him a full
general the day be was chris.
tened. Descendant of Victo
rin and Fontanges, Andre
Chevalier has been,: Secre-
tary of the Ministry of In
,terior, Aide and Chief of
Staff to President Simon, Di
rector of the Central School-
of Port-au-Prince; Secretary
of the Gendarmerie of Haiti
Postmaster General. Coin-
missaire of Sports, Minister
at Ciudad Trujillo, Secreta-
ry and High Commissaire of
the Ifif national Exposition\
of Portau-Prince; President
of the National Sports Asso
ciation and of the Haitian
Olympic Committee for ma
(tot iinued on page 3)


S;fafl Glteae"r,:-bch
is the lgest',- Englih;;J
guage newspaPer in th6a -.
ribbeapi,. is. here.. .;o,'aca-C?


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in short
kings c
jng the
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AT RIGHT
Editor T. E. Sealy of the
-Daily Gleanern .proposes a
toast to the President of the
Republic and the People of
Haiti durin,.a dinner he of-
fered the local Press at the
Hotel Splendid last Satur-
.day night. (Phot by Tou- .-
rism Office) =

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1LLUU y m LIlg r-. 41
d in style the
,n's holday iswe rector: General of the -
ans slnoay s we blic Health Service Dr. An-/4.
.oado finding out dr6 Sam .presided over -tan i._-.__ _
aa es ig- iti tick and /:. ,q'. :.:
ak.es aiti tick and hour long press conference:. '.,.
to know the wo- Dr, Sam outlined the folio- 1
f this country,. Du wing days program ici' .Artist Wilson Bigaud is seen working; onp his. '
Press Conferencewn d g ,,m I of the Cathedral's murals while Seldom $ddiia. s
nued on page 2) I (continued on page 2)? on. The Photo was taken by Bryon Cokboneds.
ian order, aHon ,at I
1~. ... .
rite.* Hq leff ,Newi.
'York several days q .-I
.!kin ther~uring.
.Haiti Week..) .

Had anyone predicted ten
"years ago that the outstan-, :
t~ our time would be praluced e .

by four self-taught artists in
'The "Black Republics' of Ha-
iti, he would have .bie laug
hod at as a fool or A fgatic '
only a fanatic,
some devotee of the ker
Edward Hicks or. the mad
charwoman Seraphine, told,
have believed an. nschoo4
Jed contemporary artist caps
ble of serious religious pain
S ring. And only a fool wo. ,
have singled out .Haits -'.
Z .which hadn't turned out
orignal.paintqhg in th huan.
drrdd.,and forty years o iti
continuedd on page -.7)

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By Editor of the' Daily Ghl


GEiPT RPOSE
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(HAITI SLT __, SUNDAY PRIL 8TH-
PRESS CONFERENCE
J~atk a 0 ijhe dwelled mostly on the
WH al ay i aiti qution. He
mentioned the Bananas crop
(Continued from page1 pection of a collection of which once was a great
wais oberie over the enti photographs of .yaws cases, source of wealth in Jambi-
re globe as cr96 Id Health on exhibition at theSanitary ca, although prroductidnhas
Day", and traced tht deve- Mission headquarters. dwindled because of disea-
lopment of the, World ses an th small
Health Organi'ztinfo At 11:00 a.mi: a parade farmer stilt mrdceany
the date of the signig of its was, held on the Chande more -sms tlian Haiti. In
constitution in 1946 t.0 its Mars. comparison, I~t' andd: `Ja-
.peieni days activities, An Air foe olr din mica a mi shiar fronianIC
Ho also explain its affilia. ved several tim6 and bbmn- agri Iltural haid econotimi
in this A of the world bed the Paraders with colou point of,.view, one exception
t Pan American Sanita. red leaflets. is illiteracy, Jamaica has on
ByIureau. ly twenty-five per, cent in a
At 11:30 a. m. the Presi- population half of Haiti's.
dodent'went to the Military Mr. Sealy said that on his
'e uWorl Club where $ 50,600 worth j oi'rVey to7 the Ca he had
at a m.1vdi a ~t o heof'-hosItaltqipnt and visited SCIPA 'and he

at~~~4 e a.m Wihavii ooh
si.JenyMaenty l- supplies had, b~een set ouxt thought much of their irri-
nic O vsiingth nw e-for inspection. gti's ad Technical Skill.
tolgy lboati IisExel: -Minister of Public, Health On '.his trip he said,,
WilciC eadD.aide-Caille. Lherisson delivered He. noted with surpie that ,
Ve~~hfssae nd renta. short message- in introduce /the flat lands w'ere not fully *
8 bgiw olme t te a-tion to President Magloire's made use 'of. During his
Who orld'Health Day speech. fhofit time 4ere, he had
0:5 During the evening ,a, spe found amongst. the people a
., oimtlp.cial film on (,Health-. was keen sense of the past. ,they *UP TO 55 10
tedth fe glorem sown on the Champ-de- all know their Haitian His- ST ON -R.
Mars and also a film on tor y n
ica SnitdyMisio. Te-health was. shown. for the W hi I e- discussing Ja., 1
'e -te a es acnplUP

6he mde achse rin-Armzy, at: t erCsines Dsa aca poitics he respon- *U T
ies y. te. Public, Health ded to the question, rWhat MORE NOWN
`Depigrtment. political party do you b~e. KDA G E
J Iong to In < belong to no
present at th press arty, I am a critic'.
so e- -TO<'V-
fOe:e s Dr -6a-ch~a Mr *Sely nt on, to de-
lVe tan']., leat representative claed ha e was -no LONGER
oieCid r andndsenatimental but the trip up. M LE G
the WorRI rigani ..to th oi.HjihP-e. Citadel 6Ad brought
zation, Dr.,L e h hr rids th at if the same AMAZING NEW
bspi 4-S W 'o

this toititiy fe timeligothat. 61te; into br
ilad igaincl eYeai ,apign in as- n A4r applie ,o EX et AKPu ATERAIE WE
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oain, on he wod s a pp c edunt or e. nex
5 ~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ wsadn sparkisipratiapin.Te Jmicn Eio
f W1s dieateSnJa n a ~ .Saka h toincuisio tfoor gucs economyTou

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yearol Ji a aicV8t,'Vas the 'V
d'aterrssae d LaGeodia
MId 951senv e yhisde- Cap has several
partpecit ioery tine yes, and twisu is
ice arlm ruprnrapa) Orgaizton of a ditis- ofat the moity ou
vir-. 1gtoyp I eg c ion of Youth is a hard it reconize thi as teh
e UB o t he Dn othewnks a counstor
NEW oa r pr ttothis, ,Nocampigna E a dithe of the Editor
r. am atOP th Ditrcont c-uson gthought mue of sthei- ics,
service dredle Du St a is cc gtefoddesa iiig he oer
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Nfnaew a orlante. r the Press sthies followingldrist thereise'no beachperton at 'Ide offns atrasad odarieo a
o v atio/nee ossintfhsfiaiain h eerlHsial u for Wp
uleduCan ofojies feorgahni yatio of Sejal fo. a icomlt a n sa tuc hd e'y oess~, egt Ih
195 chocasteenvs.e biy hisvry de-he Jamsaivera
pa n verpy afpine Eiones, vaatind this due
Sa Ju nf) reto of norai ofn hTus y
za) oraiaton of estalismens- on ttemjriyo o-
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SJMNDAY APRIL 8TH

Personality... UNICEF DIRECTOR
(Cottinued from page 1) ARRIVES TOODAY
ny years. A well-known wri
ter and humorist, he edited The UNICEF Representa
he illustrated review *cAya- tive in Haiti, Dr Sacha Levi-
i Bombi r : He wrote in colla tan, informed us Friday that
: L: botation with Ernest Chau. Mr. Maurice Pate, Executi.
vet and Leon Laleau -a re- ve Director of UNICEF, will
view called Cine Preten- arrive at Port-au-Prince this
view called onn. morning at 8:00 by P. A. A.
Also contributed many fine clipper from Havana.
little sketches and a drama Mr. Maurice Pate is on
entitled '(Admiral Killick, an inspection -trip through
with Charles Moravia. Then the Latin-American coun.
mhy little kodak (Black Aphro tries where the UNICEF is
dite and last year L.Grimard cooperating with the respect
and Chevalier produced a tive Governments in. execu.
| book *Bakoulou", which tion of several Health pro-
kicks Voodoo in the pants. jects for'the children.
His latest novel aCine Nou The UNICEF, as it s known
velle will be published at efficiently assists the Hai-
the end, of this year,. the pre- tian Government and is at
face is written by Simon Lan. present hard at work on a
do, the Director of the Ins- lBrge program of Yaws con I
titut Francais, and in the for trol in this country.
wards of the book is a let- Director Pate is accompa
'ter written by Yvonne Ber- nied by Miss Alice Shaffer
nader of Paris who is agent who is the Mission Chief
of all' French books. Cheva- for Central America and the
S jier says, he does not speak West Indies. Her central of-
Iy t English but American-slang fice is in Guatemala, but she
he adds. (,Don't write has assumed the control of
SFrenich but Haitian" UNICEF activities in the fol
S, lowing ten countries : Bri-
Frpm The Newd-Yorker 'tish Honduras, Costa Rica,
of 28 Octobi 1933.- Sari Salvador, Guatemala,
hots. itnd Mdi rurs i H6nduras', Niacraguas, Hai-
A A 1-hevalier, Secrdta- ti, Doinican Repubilc and
Sry of th'Gendar erie was a Jmaica.
light iulatto, big, handsome. aica.
with an irresistible chuckle ..,
and the complexion of strong I '
coffee w'ith' penty "rich
cream. His teeth werd big-
ger and whiter. than those of /'
a Mantza .wrQlf; .he was a
gargantuaQ fel low who could A
eat more'; k movie, work'
harder, a Aji.lk louder and k
longer than'.any other per-
son in Port-au-Prince. My aVARIETES
first meeting with Cheva- POPULAIREn
Shlier had opened, with a sur- Listen this noon to the po
prise. We had been introdu pular variety program,
ced and had shaken hands. which is brought to you eve
aOh, but certainIfy, he had ry Sunday from 12 to I. by
chuckled, alI know the cap- the Haiti Sun over station
tain. I have just finished M. B. C.
reading of his adventures in -
a Profile in the New-Yor- tings, china, a snuff box be
;,longing to Adline, Emperor
ker.Captain John Graige Soulouque's wife, among J
U. S. M. C. many others souvenirs of
(Always smiling,, used days gone by.
to say the late President I don't wknt to say too a
Franklin Roosevelt. ,Cheva muh ...... he said stan- c
lier is the friend of everybo- ding at the gate of his home f
dy and, .akes hand with e- in Avenue du Sacr&6-Coeur n
everyone wrote Paul Mo- bidding Bonsoirto all who d
rand in hjs book aHiver Ca passed specially me ladies T
raibes,. Chevalier's home is whom he addresses as his
like a comfortable treasure daughters) But... all my i- B
house, it contains old pain- fe is a smile,," c
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alHAITI SUN, Page 3


9.


1.


The tragic Lalue Truck accident that killed 3 and injured 9. The
orbid the passage of such truck down this road. (see story below)


Corrective


Following the tragic truck
accident at Lalue, the Poli-
e immediately put into e-
ect a new measure concer-
ting the passage of rucks
own the Petionville road.
*he new measure prohibits
rucks that ply between La
Boule and Port-au-Prince
carrying building materials
o use the Petionville to


Police


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Port-au-Prince road, they
must now detour and pass In London, a $ 19-a-week
down the new unfinished St toolmaker invested 7 cents
Martin's road. in a football pool. It paid
The new road which is out to the tune of $ 257.799
nor yet completed gives the -tax-free.
trucks.an additional 5 kilo-
meters of travel. It's a wide
two-lane highway, the cost ,Haiti Sunn Want Ads
of asphalting it runs to do the job- quickly and e-
$ 35,000 a kilometer, 1-1/2 economically.
kilometer have already been
asphalted.


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S TO .ORTO-RICO
Francois Latortue has been
S dlegated to Porto, Rico by
the Haitian Government.
He is one of the most bril.
Jiant specialists in.social as-
surance questions.

FIGURE OUT
On exhibition at the Ins.
.titut Franqais is d'Haiti
A '.l.Art et. l Modem. It'ex-
plains fashion as illustrated
by ae latest news of spring
S* hatd shoes, dresses (evening)
ij' art of being beautiful.
'Other photographs are devo
S. ted to maitir works of great
"Frenchi- abinet makers, to
1 painting, 'sculpture. cera-
mics, as- well as to the Thea-
r. e, radio stars, and mo-
vies.

SNEW IMMIGRATION
CHIEF -
Mr. Dieudonne Jn-Jac-
qqes has been 'appointed
s ; Chief Inspector of,
SIigtion, in, replacement
"oFrnJguidy;'
SMr. grMayard- Paiu
h e appointed -

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PRISON-.--
e former. President of
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SMOKES
The old Railroad Station
(Gare du Nord) which was
for some time the Portail
St. Joseph Market will be
used soon by the'Regie du
Tabac for the manufactu-
re of cigarettes and cigars.

NEW CONSULS,
Have been appointed this
week,
M. Samuel Traschel Allen
bach, as HoInorary Consul
of Haiti in Berna; M. Wil-
frid Somandin as Honorary
Consul of Haiti in Zurich ;
M. Wilson Jean Pierre, as
State Civil Officer at Pointe
a Raquette in replacement'
of M. Alcide Delouis.

MORE MONEY
Business men of the City
interested in the construc-
tion of workers' city in coo-
peration with the program
of H. E. the President of the
Republic; have donated ad-
ditionai money to assist the
worth cause The' are : "

Vitale and Ceralli $ 200.00
Emile Hakime (Gen. Trad.
ing Co. 5000
Jo eph Chauvet (Regie du4
Tabac) 10.00
Joseph V. Harary. 300.00
Marcel Gentil and F. H. Bo-,
gat 700.00
Personnel Haitian Automo-
Mid:' 1 0innnn


SUNDAY APRIL 8TiH 1


MORE MURALS she creation of the two- her articles (all 'price-
MORE MUSIC coloured- flag. marked). local ceramins
At the luxurious Hotel El from 20 cents up, children's
Racho Dorcely continues CIRCUS TP hand made clothing, Donald
with the colorful murals. A young woman, with adl duck suits, little drums
The luste Box completes venture in her soul, joined a' which have clever and color
with a Ti Jazz band that circus Anxious to do every- ful voodoo symbols painted
plays nightly. thing right, she asked her on them by young talented
employer for a few tips. Jean-Claude Garoute. This
NO ENEMIES al don'i want to make. a Shop has many original sou
The automobile business lot of beginier's mistakes,* venirs besides its high qua-
is running smoothly. This she said. lity, ldw price articles, one
week the Ford dealer was uWell, for one thing,- re is the new sisal hand-bag
seen driving his second hand plied the manager,' don't e- which has pretty little hand
Chevrolet, while the Che- ver undress around. the be- .painted scenes, on it. The
vrolet dealer 'was seen dri- arded ldy.-. day turned out to be a social.
ving his second hand Ford. success,, invitations had been
Dadou and Les's cars are THAT NEW SHOP sent out and all day long
both coups. HELENE'S, turned 'out to people sippd drinks and
be a lelighiful artistically ate goodies at the d iop's
TWICE AS' MUCH designed and. arratiged Shop little spack bar.
The present cost of pea- opposite the National Bank
sant sisal is more than twice It is run by pleasant and ever, GAS UP A CENT
it was last December. Why? smiling Mrs. Emmanuel Th6 The'price of gasoline has
'They say it's the great de- zan who has certainly taken gone up'a penny which ma.
mand buyers are receiving advantage of every minute kes the gallon 43 cent A-
from Europe. of her years of experience merican. Now I know I'll
Sto array and sell' by that Dyqaflow.
TAXIS _1_ I r


More complaints were re
gistered' this week by visi-
tors who 'were charged ou-
trageous fares by taxis from
the airport to P6tionville.
The jack-pdt- went'to a dri-
ver who according to a visi
kor, charged 95:00 and then
complained when he recei'v-
ed nd'tip.

DRUM TO N. Y.

Mayor' Impellitteri of New
YorkC6iy received a gift of
a' Haitian drum from fa-
mous dance team Leon Des-
\tine and Jeanne Ramon re-
cently. '

LOVED BIRDS


Company. manuel naza, nas .- ...... In order to commemorate
beW imprisoned in the Do- Annibal P yitiello 1.000.00 o irat
mHsidan Republic as' he fled Loterie Hatienne 4,000.00 the centennial of naruralist
from .Haiti with a false pass Total $ 6,810.00 Audubon a grepl radio festi
poft so as to escape arrest This amount brings the val will-take place on Wed
bytHaitian authorities, it total contributed up to nesday April 11 at 9:00 p.
was: reported this week. $35.810.00 m. under the' sponsorship
waseored this week. $35.810.00 of the Unesco. John James
Audubon has relatives in
THE NEW -- 1 Haiti. One of them is Pier-
re Moraviah Morpeau who
Bamboche Room will deliver a Radio speech
on this occasion.. The Amer,
at ican Conigress has just de-
creed the year 1951 aw the
SRoosevelt Hotel centennial of the naturalist
Audubon. It is due to Au-
dubon that so many Amer-
Scan birds have been regis-
tered and known as he pain
ted them. .J. J. Audubon
". '- was born in Cayes. capital
a, of the South Department.It
is hoped that Haiti will be
S represented at the festivals
being prepared by the Ame-
can Government and the Na
,-- ,"' tional Society Audubon in
-, "the U. S.

THE FLAG
From Arcahaie, the cradle
of the Haitian flag, a report
FEATURES A NIGHTLY ter writes that a program
TI JASS is being prepared in the city
(THE DRINKS ARE THE BEST & CHEAPEST IN1 of the Haitian flag for the
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MOBILE A-BOMB HOSPITAL--A.. 12-foot,. 2200-pound hospital
trailer for treating A-bomb victims was recently displayed in Chi:.
cago. Featuring two operating tables that fold out from its sides.
oxygen equipment that can handle 10 patients at a time,..plasma
and transfusion equipment, as well as water tanks for serving hot
coffee and tea, the self-contained hospital on wheels can care for
up to 100 patients when it rolls into a disaster area.


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sum- than in the countries of or- from $ 10 to, $ 80 ; pure
be a igin. silk robes at, 10, and the
t ae a best brands' of French per-
V-p In Haiti there are -all ty- fumes which sell for one-
ayed pes of mahogany coffee, ta- third to one-half the price
il- bles, ranging in price from paid in the United States.
ala- $ 3.50 to $ 36. Twelve-inch I
icles mahogany salad bowls sell
rodu for as little as $ 4.' Small in --i
has dividual salad bowls made '
for cf the precious wood cost ...

eiri- serving f6rk and spoon can
ssen- be-picked up for 65 cents.
edle-. In th'e DOmin'icaii Rep"u-
.The blic, Haiti's next-door neigh
st bor, intricately cut tortoise- -
lai. shell combs suchas.. Spa- _I Dear Editor,
aiti, dish senoria for'derl rencefly. received this no-
t hold the n i ....e. .is '.te from my brother at school
es a- to hold their .lace veils '.i Fra~ce..
and run from $ 10 to $ 20. AI m
most tortoise-shell evening bag He wished me luck in a
acao which .would cost or 100 in nrew business -venture of mit-
the United ,States cost. $; 35 ne and felt -this migWt give
pital In Pueirt6 Rico vacation- me An idea l.ow some peo-
get ists will stock up on hand, pie -drum up business.,
.inist made, hand-embroidered lin Your reader should i also
ottle girie. Silk slips' range from share it.
Sci- $ 5 to'. $'l0 ; silk night / CLERKS, of the classified
0 to gowns ,from $ 6.50 up.. advertisements section of a
S either bargain !sare'little girls' Rouen (France) newspaper
des dresses which run from noticed. an 'unusual number
inai- ,$ 2. to $ 35. '': of -replies to patrimoniall ad,
Dffe- Most of the World's luxury 'ertisements were in the sa-
skini goods are tagged atcifir s .me, handwriting. Investiga-
*'ash le prices in the Dutch-West tion revealed they *were all',
8.40 Indian island :of 'Curacao. written by .a..,cpf prog'-ietor
reeds That's because all goods,' e.x setting the place for the. mee-
es at cept tobacco land. alcoholic ting as his cafe.. It is to be
"s at beverages, come in under assumed- that the would:be
skies low duty. brides and grooms consu-
med quantities .of cpffee whi
Lands Top -buys" in Curacao, a- 'le waiting for their ,date,
,x re pure Irish linen', dinner and when this last failed to.
$ 2. cloths embroidered in Ma-. turn up may 'have consoled
e the deira which 'cost as little as themselves with stronger
iorts. $ 45 back home the. bill potions purchased once mo-
anish would run from $ 90- to. re 'from the astute cafe .'pw-
Iver I$ 100) hand-carved tea- ner. ,
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S. NEW MURALS UNVEILED-'
The Red as Davii. unvist tTODAY AT ST. TRINITE '

$ 2.50) affair of ae tie age lite who were familiar ,deacons pli t mahogaf._,.
Pancha is a girl. A: rich, Frank, .(Bantaom, '25 cents'" rlent xtence, as the wlth modern art and had tres to replace at "least
beautiful high -te peed, Ths i another spy story m ,s o u of ch vasishing nau "
peb S. aa some. academic instruc- o h v .....a, 'r P'"
red-headed girl. She is Ame It is also an inside story on In the fall of 1948,'whiifre given an upstairs sources ofHaim nt
j, so onion, were given an upstairs sources of Haiti. '
rican, and she is in what- the bickering,. bumptious, serving as Co-director of the. 'chamber. The primitives Bishop Voegeli's re
Sou-call-i trouble Her i. tape-ridden members of then bers of the Centre d'Art, had discussed took over the stair, well and to a visiting arcSdeaoft
nes in Bolivia aren't produ, Department of State with De. Witt Peters the pos basement. Obin, in solitary conservative. Nassau wh
ing enough money. The iHnorable, the S vitiiy of giving the artists, splendor, barricaded him- had beei unable. to..undl |
Al' Colby trips up. to the cretary' of State, i.rags -Jff whose' work wqs beginning self in te .library. tand his confidence-in t ,m l |
mines with he.. On the way aker into the redlms of F& o receive recognition n Eu The 'advanced group ing over the.. Cithedria l |
somebody tries to kill him reign Service officers, despi rope and the United States, though several finally turned, unschooled painters wasv ti.
with a rigged exhaust pipe te some laggard; opinions, some instruction.in mural out striking performances pical of thpe man' : -lt. onl, 0
in the car. of "the oral-board-which pas, technique. To achieve.. this. leaned heavily on Calfec shows,, he said, atha'tit.
4. -, Pancha and Al "arrive at ses or flunks the .bright an expert who would have for technical advice and mo metimes pays to be a litil'
the mine site just .it time to young men. the insight not to: tamper ral support. Downstairs, in crazy !, As it happened; ta
see Braillard, the mine's ma Sent..to Budapest,' Jeff en- with their- styles would be contrast, the primitives, on- Bisho was called awaui
atir i e contrast, the primitives, on- Bishop. was called away
nager, succumb to a hard- counteds:t ble ith the need. illiam Calfee, who ce cajoled into ap initial ef before we put our .o.
driven butcher- knife. The secret mission cOperation headed the art department fort, attacked their wall coal sketches oct -te -
curious incident of the red. Atlantis,, an underground at American University in space with abandon. The and didn't retuip to
tassel, used to identify lir- movement. He finds that the .Washington, andwho had briefest of .charcoal sketches until the apse,had been
mas, seemed remote, but Russians know this, and his himself painted murals in.a bf of ch h n t ais remark eAii
wasn't. departments, secrets. But variety of ,techniques, was .then on with the paint r, leted; hise athedal
'' 1i'.Xalent, not trial and error, a.ing the catheira reea1 ,; {.
This is about the best mii the State Department. won't dhie man.'He"-canen to Hait separated the sheep from the how much wisdom lay .Blir'A.
der story that David Dodge believe Jeff. at.our invitation in February goat The untalented prod- ind his apparnt madness.
-has done. His. characters, if The. book is .'pne-sided; of' 1949, and during the si uced some real horrors. But ,Thank God i he exclai-
a little plain,. are potently but the picture, backgroun- weeks he was there fifteen Benoit Leveque, Bigaud, med, .they waiteded' 'HaE- '
dramatic. His conclusion ded by headlines in today's of the most talented artists Bazile and Obin simply trans qiahs !" ;..: '.
is unusual. And; taken all newspapers, seems true. painted experimental mu- lated to the image of the ea- That as a inatteroffact,
in all, he has a nice gift for There 'are' men certainly, as rals on the carefully prepa-had always had.been the one stistic di
wandering er the, face of doggedly pedantic as Mr. red walls of the Centre d' se mon pi mental in its sihm reative h' give .them. i
S-,e earth and:-giying the .rea Matson, as foppish as Mr. Art itself. Calee selected been monumental in its si he nehiindred odd-squ.
der some rem"arkabl. thrills (continued on pagaj '- 'egg tempera as thde:iedium .. o area pf the
'-f6r a variety 'of good rea-- Alfred Vdeg6li who. was ." in ato-.,
: " . "sons. Fresco, much. harder forty-five when 'the mural e n ii t l
'to handle and requiring a project started, had been twhnvr
Sptocedue. wholly tinfal- one of the youngest. bishops cal panels andi if ndor a '
.ar in Hai i, might have in- $ti the Episcopal Church at surroundd t g e wind wsi
h rbited twhe exuberance of cile.tjme he was consecrated un der e vIt the tid H
some of the artists. Tempe Wen he came to Haiti ly offering style .
ra both in, application 'and fi-km Panama in '1944, he istswithout d ar; fid1 at:
effect, apprbxjmated the va fhad inherited' a Missionadry saron; provided .at..
blues of Sapolin', the furn- District with more than the rachieved divisionsUniy
iture en i el with which the usial problems arising from be achieved bythe merging theal
v" artists uad hitherto worked economic educational and akies and the horiontal ax '
on compositionn board. social insecurity. 'Voegel of principal interest a
was perhaps the most prac -
Sisve of the leading aso- ical idealist who ever came Ying'flowers, some of which
phisticated,, painters of Hai to Haiti might drop e into ,th panels
Sti, artists from the educated e in beneab avoid a,' sharp
I- 'e hished classes in benea I to a -, "^"
.. ,s soilT conservation, cooperate break below the. wmidows.

:e famine ande up-to-date I had chosen Rigaud' Be-
SagronomY. He set up free noit for the Natsvpit on h
U clinics. He required that his ( continued on. page 1 ,4.

The Poets' Corner
The circus season in the United States starts in the T
spring when 20 major circuses begin theirannial tour
o n o c begin heir annual tour j LEO, the Lion WHO WALKS WITH BEAUTY
: of 6 'and towns throughout the nation. Presented in

4 J arge indoor arnea, each circus has a.wide variety of acts Ruled by the Sun': The tun and moon and stars keep pace with him,
given by acrobatic and aerial artists, animals- directed I Spitual. side of nature Invisible hands restore the ruined year.
by trainers, and clowns. .ery marked. Impulsive, fe- Aid time, itself, grows beautifully din. .
One of the U.S.A. large circuses, the Ringling lesss, courageous. Somet- One hill will keep the footprints of the'2 oon, ''
1T, Brothers and Barnum and B'iley Combined Shows, imes qu.ickternpered. Good That came and went a hushqd and secret hour;
opened irs 1950 season recently (April 5.) at Madi- memories. Usually achieve One star at dusk will yield the lasting boon;
son ,Square Garden in NewYork. This c'Ircus, which. what they et out to accom- Remembered Beauty's white, immortal flower.
has 1,500 employees. a menagerie of 900 animals,and a plish. Have 'grtar charm and Who takes of Beauty wine and daily bread, ,
.. large indoor arena,'each cir, is transported from town.to personality, deep affection. Will know no lack when bitter years are lean;
town on 'its 19,000-mile nations-wide tour on 48 rail- Love amusement and must "The sun and moon and 'the east is spread,- .>:..."
road cars. watch out for this trait. Ge- The sun an moon and stars his eyes hav& seen,.:; "K-2
During its stay in New York, the Ringling'"Brothers Cit nerally vigorous and healt- Are or his hunger and th sthe sakes :irt,'
cus visits Bellevue Hospital each year to'present some of hy. Retain. youth until late The wine of Beauty and the .bread lie breaks ::"- "
its acts for patients. The photograph shows circus ele- in life. Mate with Aries or .. -,'
phants. performing on the hospital lawn. Sagitvarius. David AMorto,- I








aHAITI SUND SUNDAY APRIL 8TH


Page 8


STRICTLY FRESH
IRD watchers in Glanton, Eng-
land, report seeing robins sing
S 502 in the morning until
04 at qght.. Shucks, some of
Kefauver Committee's wit-
es have done better than that!
Shtirty-two Indian wigs,'valued
$480, were stolen during the"
ming of a western movie near
S te e, N. M. Bet- he thieves
rill sell them at scalper's prices.
r 'A University of California sele-
6t recently completed a study of
/_ &development of baby teeth by





! Impaing the mouths of children
land monkeys. Just what Dad
does when Junior bites him!
An Oklahoma draft board ruled
hat a man who had had ticking
in his head f6r years should
inducted. Bugle sounds should
'provide a pleasant change.
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Sbriskly (with a slight limp) Ja
stepping into aTextile Ave. Thui
I'nue around store opening her
Stie this week. It was well. nation
o ndwn, cooking Engi- hey
n neerisg Officer of the Air s Gra
fPofc .eLieut. Feli Ii-Louis tiike'
who has resigned his commit from
ssion to seek his fortune in-
:; Teitile business as associa- An
i: ef promising young mer ing t
* chant Leon Chalom. J was
Sxxxm form
Mr. and Mrs Clarence da gi
Moody returned to port' last. sion
-weekend. Our- social repor- her b
ted noted that the Moodys
were still receiving glow- Th
: ing compliments on the ma- Mrs
gnificent reception that they tail
gave at the .Capn in honor in p
S.-t His Excellency the Presi- to h
dent during his grand" tour Briti
.:' the North, last month. Mr.:
; xxx prese
Mrs Raymond Baker, the
former Jacqueline Rouzier, It
e .'tlebrated her birthday on Sage
u'r esday. The most precious anni
gift. a cable from her *
STi.isbaid' now hi'senezuela.' Ti
xxx ., dipo
Don Lungwitz. flew in week
from Nicaragua Sunday and Bradz
ieavs today for the States rived
i to join Mrs. Lungwitz and Jane

xx famii
Happy birthday to Mrs. fly to
Max Questel, the former heali
Maryse D6joie, who is cele- his p
S. brating her birthday this


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xxxx
zz des Jeunes ban4 left
day for the U. S. toget.
with some artists of the
nal folkloric tioup.
will participate in the
nd Week of Haiti to
place in New York
April 81 to 15th.
xxx
other person celebrate.
their birth this month
Mrs. Larry Beyda, the
er Lily Bigio. Mrs Brey
ave a party on the occa.
(Wednesday night) at
home in Petionville.
Xm
he British Minister anc
Irving offered a cock-
party at their residence
acot Saturday evening
onor the Chief of the
sh Council in Jamaica
Martin Blake who is at
nt visiting Haiti.
xxX
was Miriam and Moe
r, thirteenth wedding
versary Tuesday..
xxx
he airport was a scene oi
lmRtuic arrivals this
:. Miniisier6 of -Haiti in'
itMr.-Pierre'Rigaiid a
I Thursday froni Rio de
iro.' Mr. Rigaud. will
i three' weeks among his
ly and friends and there
o the States, for. his
th before returning to
ost ia. prai.
xix


alkiole. Never Son Jeff not so lucky,
xxx ned to "Yale Friday
The King of the Rumba noon.
bhas been and gone...left an xxx
impression... Now Duke El- ...Yep the Duches
l ington...a great piano pla- Grand Grand' daughter
yer .and his band are rumo- a famous Irish chief
red to be preparing for a quietly iarted with
trip to these parts. Friday, as they flew
xxx alight in (Mexico city,
...'that Claude Gentil has nue their trip around
postponed Eliane Lescot's world. -


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xxx Mr Donald D. Soergel ar.
Eric Thmmer, ChargE d'Af- rived Monday from New
fires a. i. at the Haitian Ema York to take up his duties
bassy in Buenos Aires, arri- at the Haitian-American Ins
ved Thursday for a short va titure as English teacher.
cation before flying to his Mr. Soerget is taking over.
new post in Le Havre, Fran ite English' courses that in
ce. Mr. Timmer was met at' thb past weie taught by
the airport by members of Duane Adams who recently
his family,and by old friends left to fill a new post in
Colonel Stephane Woelly, Bahia, Brazil, -Donald Soer-
Gerard Rouzier and Robert gel wrho speaks French. flu-
E.. Roy. ently was born and raised in
xxx New York City. He mana-
Flocks of Music lovers wq ged to attend Queens Colle-
re on hand Friday night -to ge for three years before at-
applaud Xavier Cugat and tending World War 11 as
his Rumba boys and girls.! rifleman 4in 'twentieth in-
The Rex Theatre was a full fantry division, he saw two
house long before the oys and half years service in En
arrived. Cabane Choucoune gland, France, Belgium, Lu-
was packed... anid 'so were xezhbourg and Germany.
the surrounding streets ... At the famous battle "of the
.the sidewalk listeners were Bulge he was taken prison.
enthusiastic and generous in ne of war and spent the
their applause. rest of the, war con the insi-
As far as the peo- de looking outs. During
pie who heard him are con o- .
cerned he uXavier Cu,gat, ,
will remain on the throne }k ': .
as King of the Rumba. It [ R efresl
was a wonderful show, and .
no-complaints 'have been re.
gifted '
They flew off in their pla -14 - ;r
ne yesterday at; noon after .
being entertained by' the
Kovlers to aCamnipagne 4..
Bruinch at the Hotel Roo-
sevelt. A one night stand in i
Kingston and' they go .on to -
Havana and open for Two


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xxx this Saturday for charming and his friend Peter Gold-.j
The birthday of Capt. Ro Miss Geralde Rosemon and blum are talking over. the
land Lataillade, Chief of the fBrickman Jean Sassine.They possibility of bringitig the,
Military Cabinet of H. 1E. were married at 6 : 30 at Viennese Boys Choir to Hai S
the President of Haiti, was the Sacre Coeur. ti next month.
Sjoyfully feted by his nume- xxx
rous' friends. Saturday -at Ti Rony was bestman, and -Taking it easy at the
non Mr. Andr6 Blanchard there was a receptidq be EL RANCHO David O'Selz-
offered a cocktail party in fore the ceremony at the Ro nick famous produces of4
Shis honor at Rex Caf6. Sun semon home on Avenue O. films, decided to let his va-
day from 11 to' 2:00 p.m. xxx cation last another week.
it-was the turn of Lt Guil- Off on a Government -
Slaume PNan to f~te his corn- mission to Nassau and Mia-
rade f friend at the Fort mi is the Dean of the Fbuul"
SNational .Monday at 2:00,.p ty of Law. Mr. Pierre Liau-
m. a banquet was offered at taud. Mr. Liautaud who is
Aux Cosaquesn by the Di- accompanied on this econo- xxx
rector of the SIPP, Mr G6- mic mission by Agronome Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pe-
Srard Jolibois. Jean Verna, is expected 'to ters and son Allen welco-
Tuesday at- noon Engin- be away for at least one med an additoinal male in-
neer Marcel Villard organi. week. to the family Tuesday mor
zed at his residence a lun- xxx ning. Mrs. Ralph Peters who
cheon in honor of Capt. La- Today Rony Chenet Jr. is is the former Miss Nicole An d r ...
taillade. Tuesday evening celebrating his birthday ... selme proudly announces -" ar a
Wafteph ~imm wxAr h
at Tort, property of Mr. Pier 'ti Rony commenced his an- that their 10-pound son will
re Assad, a group of friends. niversary bambdching last bear the name William. 4et am awuam.-j'-
offered him a reception. De night... it is expected that xxx
legates from the popular so he will not carry the celebra Another William was BRASSERIE DE LA COURON E
cities of Bizoton and Tort ting on into next week as born last weekend. The .
participated in these festi- the main resolution he ma- proud parents are Mr. and S. A.
vals. de this noon was no more Edmond Phipps. S



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t'f 4finued from page 1)
President Lescot in 1942
transferred the society to the UNFONoE ECOMMER RE e -
s ta te a n d fro m th a t tim e it I L. P **'E C E U W E F A14sLLE
has,.. remained under O go- .e-.RUIE |.MAIS CREERUN A Li
verqbune control.
Th-is ye ar L TAT hAITe
tm.e.,. will hold its regular
n thibifly drawing as before. '| B E T S I
The lottery is by no means TANCE S LOCTALE TPRI lC E
S frowned upon by good cit- ASS T--
izens as the profits are a first e
aid in social assistance, and C' CONFORMEMENT AU
it a 1.w a y s remains DECRET tIRESIDENTIEL '
a hope for any individual o 19 MARS 1942 CANTINE ,
to realize his dream in '.I
S wealth Mr. Mentor Lau- 2.000 BILLETS de 20 COUPONS a
When Mr. 'Mentor Lau-
rent. resigned at the beginn- Gdes.20 -le bilet._ Gde.l- le coupon a
iAji.of this year, the assis- .. beD a p e v" 6
tant director E. Elie 0. Na- Le billet est payable au porteur et valable pour 6 mois.
Sjac was called to assume the
responsabilities and the ad 0T0
ministration of the lottery
The business is no longer N.
Sasmall, the lottery operates c L o. NC. ar
on a big scale the first prize
which started at 16000 gour
t o 0000. the NEW MURALS UNVEILED TODAY AT ST. TRINITE
., 2Z.o; later 50000, and the
G nev administration has put
it up to 100000 gourdes. continuedd from page 1) Byzantine "mask. He would to go on painting even if bu- I khat atmosphere of uneart-
The National Lottery, which left because his pictures of devote more time to the con years lose interest. hly calm, of everyday life
is now the "Loterie de I'E- crowded Haitian markets centric eyes of the animals Philome Obin,. like Bazi- going on amid the specta-
tat Haitien, proud of its 20 had been 'incomparable. and the veining of exotic le and Leveque, would inva cular events of history,
. y ears' of operation will soon "Paint another,, I said, non leaves than to the perfunc- riably kneel in prayer befo which .has permeated. the
i write additional success to ly bigger and better.- For tory imdge of the Child. And re ,painting, but hip religion work of so many of the
I ts history... It is said that Castera Bazile, who was as- once.when I inquired why seemed to express less o:pie- greac.muraliss' from Piero
as..,early as June the month- signed to the Ascension on he was devoting so much ti- \ty than of participation in dejia.-Francesca to Bec.
-y draw. will be changed to the right, it was necessary me to a bamboo, drain pip e e Lord's work. As he be- .hahn, and Auden's memora
t 'bi-iorl draw.' The dlfto ree, o ,the Art News i .the roof of d tiny ucaillen gan to adv'ace with th-e-tff- bl6i Aes ot rertea.iPel f
prospect of bi-monthly draws color. plate of his earlier thirty feet from the floor of gure of Christ he would sing disaster i,. Br ughel's Ica-
will delight those who ha- .-Adoration of the Virgin- the Cathedral (from which in. a muted falsetto voice a ro4 .: ,
ve beenl complaining that with its black peasants it was invisible, he replied hymn with many stanzas It would be easy. to gene
ithe .chances of winning kneeling 'before their bright tolerantly : "How long which began : realize from the local mita-
miglitnot come their way 'y painted acailles,. Only would thatching last in the -Mon Sauveur mourit sur cle of Haitian painting to
acc. dmng to the "law of a- with Philom6 Obin, who rainy'season without a drain la Croix a sentimental, Rousseauist
v.rages, until they are .rea might have retained aclassi- pipe ?= But Benoit for all Gloire & l'Agneau deDieu view of the virtues of prim-
dyc. for the grave, but this cali conceptions from his that was not so sure of him- i t hop e ta eu itive life. One had seen con
S. seed s~f~ngs up.-.not childhood instruction, did it self as Bazile and Obin. In the hope that he firmed Niebur's dictum that
Srave. seem appropriate to cite his should put to hrsts face the lowliest peasant of the
We congratulate the di- tory. The Italian masters, -I Bat hile has known execly some of that proud strength Dark Ages had more oppot
ectortof the lottery for his pointed out, had painted what he wanted to do from with which he had endowed unity for self-expression
niiative and efforts to ob- contemporary Italy, not Ro- the time in 1945 whe he the legendary Peralte, I sug n the highest paid emplo-
Vio"busly nake the lottery in- man Palestine, as a back- ed from Jacmel to take gested that he paint Him of the Ford factory -
l .o successful part of Hai- ground to their Crucifixions a job and asked for some old without the traditional be t would anyone seriously
i titn life. On this page we The pictures that I hoped bshes.The as nowhe was ard. He was shocked at first advocate perpetuating
Shea printed one of the ma- bin would resathaet e his tall and loose-jointed with but then took to the idea. the poverty, illiteracy, exploit
ed' frms one of the ma- Obin would recall were his .
Storms of advertising tha great Funeral of Char a face that expressed great I was surprised one day to ton anddisease of Haitian
flector o has used in t emagne Peralte,n with its purity without, weakness.His hear him telling off a deacon t sake of art ?
-: i.._..p laining the good work massed participants and very first picture, though cru who had mildly objected that What seemed more
S: at the lottery does and haunting perspective of Spa de, was a "Bazilen. He has Christ had died young an inquiry into why cc,
Sn do It i s ho- nsh doors. One cannot tal never deviated from that sty and that besides "He was a ed education plants 0
ped that the public will to Levque a angels. le except in the direction of Man, not a Symbol., Obin ize o the natural
support the administration's Perhaps his first name, greater monumentality. He would often tell me about kis ty, of the child It
w idea of two drawings a which is Gabriel, has made is a natural mural painter, the laws of perspective creativity some such wonder
months because we all stand him susceptible. He painted Though he can paint a hand while actually engaged in was ood u eith sbeuo
a better chance of winning l angels 'by choice at the Cen or a foot in perspective, his painting a figure in the fore that we stood apse that day
that little fortune,and firstly tre in a style reminiscent of instinct tells him in a work ground half the size of one e affolding came down.
we unconsciously contribut- Giotto, and here it was ne- of great scale to distort so directly behind it. His Eye of -te 'were ingenious
ing to the help of the nee- cessary only to restrain him that the fingers and toes are God looking down from a ut to evade so big a
dy of this country. lest they multiply and bring 'exposed -flat,, Though the cloud he borrowed from his enou Then and there we
down the vault. other artists took the full own early picture, "The A- question.asurng the re-
All of ihe four men in twenty-eight days of Februa, notheosis of Franklin D. began eaSng pacthe rnem-
their different ways are de-, rv to finish their panels, Ba- Roosevelt., That wonderful inning e or
vout. Probably Benoit is zile was through with his crowd of respectable women winter
:, ,PRINTING least so. He alone would ,;n a little over two weeks behind the Cross, who con-
%P4OTO ENGRAVING
[^. not kneel in prayer before He had other pictures to fi- template the tragedy with
Beginning ,to paint. His es- n;sh and wasted no time. A- about as much interest as
OfFSET PRINTING a COLOR W1RK sentially decorative genius lone of the primitive mas- spectators at a horse race Tetmites seldom are
Soo k m re i n ers e has a sizable savings would devoe to the appre- because being in
TELEPH ANE 27e8st in what the account; he knows that for- hension of a pickpocket, re seldom expose themselves
SVirgin would wear than in tune is a fickle mistress in calls many of Obin's earlier to light.
her f?;e, a conventionally Haiti and wants to be able pic:utes. But it recalls, too, --
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learn German and a little my Air Force for a spell ser tian Congress will open its
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