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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
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Story of Haiti
fIy r. Glem
SIn giving an account of
Haiti's work in' ceramics it
-will be, necessary-- to push
S-;aside most of the surveys
,hat have been. made -therpe,
to eliminate all of ihe eth-
qi'nological studies and most
'.f the current fiction and
j:psew, comments from the'
Is"agazines, 'aid get dbwn to
e-plain' facts concerning
6e people of Haiki. There
Mi''''\ : i ? : ~.' *' "-."'i' '
i Lkens 'n
found depth Ot itS ifF .
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ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPARP
AJXUl ILi .
qT-TNM' A V TT TNT
*t-J JAlXJa JLJL'
National Bank of Hlati
ResourcS at All-Time High
_.. ., i
found depth otf its nch- .er .
tance .unfold before you; Now, completely Haitian office total 179 out of a total
and since almost every cqun- owned .for. the fikst time ,in of 265. The remainder work
try of 'Europe and -North 125 years, the National Bank in the bank's twelve branch- -
America has .invaded Haiti of Haiti whiph moved 'on es throughout the Republic-
under one pretext or an- Saturday, May 19th into its A course of studies is offered
other during the past' 300 sumptuous new headquart. bank employees for self.ili-'
years, Haiti today will very :ecs is now in the mostsu provment.
likely impress you unfavour- cessful period of its historyy! -
ably. Rjesources Italed .112 mil- (Co*ued o Page 11)
lion gourdes on'. March 31st .
The Republic of Hati is ofthis year,, compared with tai ane TrOUp
in the Caribbean Sea, 850 apgrpxipiately 25 million give,'Tre Confetet'''
miles from' Miami, Florida. grades in 1935. Employees ,. .
,It is close to. the equator, of the Port-au-Prince m Kaai "Dunham atid
and the, hpat 'of a tropical her w& t famous,- troupe
sun provides warmth and de Pa hr hn s.ed -t pess
^ilumiditv abiencY. Columbus %. -.i5-g r JAaTsfiy
EM. AMA l .VI
t :. :,.:! .'*
.- A, M AIN V I L .LU
. T* No ,
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bTb. father, of Haitian Cera-
-miek, Dr,. Lukens, Professor
"a' the 'University of S4owh-
.ern California. -
,'seems ,to be a general, con-
,aspiracy among people who
|'g..rlte about Haiti to call- it
',ia backward country without
:::,duly explaining that 'it was
:-its late maturity, a result of
..a prolonged adolescence,
that retarded the country.
Th"i s late maturity was
brought about by hundreds
'of 'years of interference and
h onoxpitation by almost every
r:cou"ntry ,in Europe.
I;T i1 was sent to Haiti by the
foundationn in 1946 to assist
fJng teaching manual skills.
l...kinds of work in Haiti
tare done by hand. There are
few machines, and I worked
,there almost a year and a
.'.h.. Visitors -who go to'
ii, staying f6r a few days
s only what passes in re-
..t.iew. You must be in -Haiti
while to watch the pro-
| -:.: ',
b.n ..,,' nrtih shoerof theI'
land. Mrdering and-"piu.
deriig and c olonizihg' t.-d'
lbwed for 300 years. Dur ig
that tiune someone thought
of, bringing African agricul-
turists to the fertile plains
and steaming hot jungles of'
Haiti. When the colonists
brought these- mach-sought-
f o r agriculturists, t h e y
brought them in' chains.. And
for almost 300 ydars the lit-
tle country endured the most.
degrading form of slav6ey
ever *experienced in this
world. Revolution '"followed
revolution, 'and finally they
freed themselves and gradu-
ally have' hecine known to,
the rest of the world as
Haitians, not Africans.
When they- finally freed
themselves from their' white
'tormentors, they found the
going extremely difficult.,
How could it be otherwise,
with no one to help them?
They had never learned how.
to work together, nor had
they learned to have faith in
each other, or to -trus.t for-
eigners who, came to tlem\
only to exploit thenm There
are about three 'ahnd a half
million people in Haiti, anid .
all but about 85.000 are agri
cul-rists. This 85,000 are
the ruling class, and they
Continned on Page 3
A -. Wm ,-- -'Am w, ..- 5.'.'
ler o t., HibAt liera an-
nounced'- iths week itatC the
priifosed cc bA by thie fai-
ous' de Pahr., Clior"s here
June 23 had ...be postpoi-
Continued' On, Page2 -
'local Labour fOfficer"
Finishes. Course in U.S.
M. Dances Colimbn,' (see
photo) who have just com-
pleted his training courses
at the Bureatiu of Labor
Standards, Washington, D.C.
delivered a talk in which
he gave a resume of his
works at the Off e-of Labor3
N''ashinwton D.C., and of
Continued on WAge 11
* 7r~x~zwt .tpmIsu M rd r tf! e .4 -, r'.1 t
Nabbed Aeg 18 Monhs 'A.mtens t
d t *as.on I -;as ..hosp.
g i erc echariimrse1i, ses6
home Moday tofind he the
had not been forgotten a-0
., .. .. ..... --' ._ ieghts.- wh il p
-ter 18 months ab. ce.;. r o "toie .ey. gio
December 24th 1949 a tartlig. int ens
idson has .,hosen..as
..mater' for oatMivarale
Saine, Mosins Etienne d fin- fbrm of iarti li I
ished a game of dice by kill- .t
income Mofhday to ind he -a.. ,
had not been forgotten a 1-' :. o .-',- -sy .' b
ter 18 months absnce., 0n, o a v .doo...: -igi
Declamber 24th 1949ambe a .
Saline Mosius Etdisappenneared fino e ic te., artist,.
Contia ed on Pagdice by kill l-d itself paricu .
oeot.to the new paint'
ng one of the, players, Borr- As deor.. wi....rni
hoipee -,Germain, with a,.
lambe .shell. Lambe apik- pain are 'four s, sn' f"s..
'makes a dead- ,"i. t vodoo drumirq. nstrw-
ed shell Ftiah .ma-es-adead-
ited of'napier mac,u .'
-ly weapon. Continued 6n Ia%-' "
Mosius disappeared. into . '
CODntinued on Page 2 -.; .. .
Completion ceremony for tr needss from Haiti and El
Salvador Bureau of Labour Standardsi'. -Hd.s- represen-
tative Mr. Dantes Colimon is seated fourth from the left
president, Magiore t
Assists. In Distributisoh
Of Land Deeds 1.
panied by high govebranen
officials, Army staff 'dficers,
and thie city .press, lief e
capital 'at 6:3
morning to take par
:'the far&rs.iPett, t t~
Vall'e .:'" "' .
At 8F a.m ,the Presiden ..
*' 'vas.: warmly
Scored by- ovet 5,000
Oantinued on sage 4.
VOLUME 1i. .. ..,
g .,.Page 2
N t 5 .... --
-.Iq- wig .. I
7 ,--. Personality of Iea Week
L -.ontinued from page 1 science and art. In alt
or- some time, Mr. Day- work to date these
idson (or "'i Barbe, as he is seemingly diverse, f
better kndrn about town) have been closely inter-r
h. as been interested in the ed. And from this. inte
Possibilities of luminous lation,'Ti Barbe haisfoi
paint in the fine art field. lated a fresh and "unique
It is bling used quite exten- proacli towards the p
S sively in commercial art and lems of contemporaryy
sign work in the States, but and its role in society. V
these murals may mark a al thinking, as opposed
ne. w step forward in fine art m e r e self-limiting ve
d id mural painting. Paper thinking, is more than.
Smach1 also has intrigued the today receiving emphasis
young artist f6r some time, .modern art and modern
i tt wsas not until he came ence. "
to ,Hii that he was able to After three years spend
'e ierment with the pos- the Army Air Force, Da
ib i this little-known son continued his educa
-nediin. on the G. I. Bill at the T
!,* ...' .. "" versity of Illinois, wher
Born: in Danville, .Illinois, enrolled in pre-medit
Saised n St. Louis, Missouri. Later he entered the Uni
., av dsonN's ,.two : oyessity of .Illinois Art Scho
, .s.ce c 6 l ;hood- have' -leenwhere. he. majored in
-. -i.PFUL TRIP...
E TABLE EXPERIENCE"
41 'd 0de*e4ribnced travelers, praise, e. ,
Sfi ie'rvic--the genuine hdspitalify- '
'-'el,' i i mudit, to iivry trip "via PAA'Clipper* -
WoUUrULUjLOaLaJ j ygIn*
which hav won so Vs- BI &1
lowin% among in- "
trav ms. "- light luncheon on a shorter'
travelers eight or a full-course dinner-
i quarter of a cen- Clipber meals are an "evpn ...
erseas :flying, Pan
las developed rigid r. U.S.A.. EUROPE AFRICA
of training vhich MEXICO a WEST INDIES
'of training, wic tOUTH and CENTRAL AMERICA -
iooth.er, pleasanter AUSTRALIA and thi FAR EAST
i in every yay .
ie pir' and at the ; Foreriseroations, see .-6ur ';'
ter and airport: . T" A re A e '"-
S trb.Di.toi.CHt POU.AUm .NCI
an as ^POti .Mam
de Paur Chorus.
', Contain ed from nat. I
Mr. Kdo.e1 at the time of
the annpuntemtent m.a de
known hi. intention of con-
stiucptng an open air'zheatre
aq B.izoon. tr, accomnodtte
f iaridreds ,f ,people
a feature world fainous
guest "arts..*Te building
of .the,, Theatre is already
unde ... ... ": .
h. i w'-4.. _, ,. ",-
SUNDAY, JUNE 24th
. .-.. r su- t*
rn o n
.w f:. A .. ,
Qu'k 'ndEasy to Brush On
Painting-is a lot ,easier when yoi have smooth-flowing
ent ral paints to brush on. Their.f ln, ilsWive then great i
S'covering ability,, and,. high-grade, pigments assure fresh,
\cl4iar'6olor even under' severe weather nd service con-
'"dilions. Formulas re the product of latest scientific
21uT9, L 4 1RmL muw ..-and on. *
his return to the scene of the f "
l. crime after I months was k4i DISlr i .R
Sarsted by a Detective. E&MARA.
S-G MAR TIN S. -
painting andesign. In 1948
he attended fhe Kansas City '
Art InstituA, 'Kansas City,"
I his Missouri, to continue hip .
two, studies in oil painting and
fields lithography. He is alsb ia
qlat- member of the Institutae-of
:r-re- General SemantiCs, and ithI
:ni*i the summer of .1948 he at-
Sa- tended a seminar presented ,
rob- by the late Alfred 'Korzybski
art at the Univeisity, of -Denver,
8'su- Denver, Colorado. \
a to It was in Kansas City ithac
rbal Davidson learned ot the
ever Centre d'Art in Port-au-
S in Prince. It was then he de-
sci- cieed to spend the remaind-
er ot Bis time on the G. 1.
it in Bill studying in Haiti. He
vi.d- was chiefly interested in the
tion primitiuve art beidg done
Uni- n6re. tie arrived with his
e he wile in Porn-au-Prince in
cine. August of last year and since
ver- tien nas been enrolled pt
ol, ctie Ceinre d'Art.A griSvp of '.
oil ,is paintings .was on ex-
.- iasbt mere during the G. I.
Snow Wneld in the early #UP r T-
S spring. At that time he asTR
awarded first prize for his' ST R C
S work bj the Public Affairs .
Office of the, Amvrican Em- *U P T
bassy. Judging was by po- MORE
pular vote. It was during SKID'
this show that many were '
impressed by the artist's ver- U'
I. satility and the variety of -r
his style ahd technique. This LO-
characteristic is another of M: L I
Davidson's goals' 'An all his
work he, approaches each AMA;
iei; painting. as an individu- Jw i
at and unique reaction-to
the environmental stiUulus. ,
SThis helps-to litinat& style SPA
which2 Mi. Davidson bel1 u
lie'ves, should not -be thdie and
plain objective of the artist's
Having completed h is
t.course of study at the'Centre -, *
d'Art, Mr. -Davidson -and his
wife, Mary Ann, plan to ie-
.turn to. their home in Illi-.
'nois the first part of July,
They feel their. year in Haiti
has been it Most invaluable
experience;. and, they will'
always cherish the memory:
\ of the b6eatifil island of'
Haiti and their many friends
E O NX"
fpaR E -,EX TRA.% W
tn on;, I s~n;
Ri, PLUG ATT.RllS
Mtanding spark s onger,
f r g a s e c 'o n o m y rk ,l o g e -'
nobt perform'- have move
. ns ,ai setoday power-!0y 4
47 .. .. ..IM.
SUNDAY, JUNE 24th .HAITI SUN* Pa.
SStory 1Haitian Ceramics (Continued) from trying out things that wood for fuel. Tw it'
Sto:ry "0! 'tl 'C II 'they have never experienced, more young men andwi o
:. .- '. d t o" al th wi nd s, d l .They vitalize their thinking are now prepared to. .It i:
fi it quite as difficult to all the winds, it develops in- and applied the mixture with..the power of their im-. e plans wdic hveWbr a
Sjit. along as the poorer class. to beautiful forms. It is not anouc I/16" thick to the agination. Perhaps this is discu'ssea trequentiy duria ','Q
Sear is a terribly inhibiting edible. The bitter, melon- green ware. We built the the source of their great skill meir months of training, I
force,, and fear and mistrust like pulp inside is thrown gainss out of rocks and mud as'craftsmen. aere are mousands of mar-- ':
.have'-been the'fare the he away. The shell,.when it is and hand-made bricks. Haiti has men who are iKtp.aces in aniti. Iney .. a
1 Haitian people too long to dry, turns. biown, and is There wasn't anything new educated and sensitive to the lucated at crossroads of vil i
Sb cast aside in a few shot hard as wood and water- about all ;his. There isn't aeeds of 20th century living. ages. i"ne naiman ramil .
'years. I worked mainly, with proof. Split in half they are muc, in, ceramics that ,is Their residentt Paul Ma- .ufgregate at these places O
the rural people. They are used as dishes in.rural Haiti. new.. 8,000 years of pottery gloire, recently elected, re- ,..cr way to larger market'.
*.pure. African in descent. by some peasants.,:- making 'have explored all .iards his three million/ pea- kina sucu place, are excel.
They are earthy in.ekery ex- The little onds split in half approaches to ceramic khow. 'sapt population with great zeni starting points tor rra.
I ptression* because they. live' become cups for drinking..edged 'All glaze techniqiUes, c6bcern. He knows that the mic enterprise. 1o carry but
very close to the few things They. are difficult to keep have been examined, and so streinvh and utility, of a mis programme of ceamic .
-which. come within their cleim; otherefdre they har- wnac we did id Haiti was to country comes from the low. production there are many r
i..present world of understand bour the. eggs and lavrae of regenerate the experiences er strata of life upward, like weit-lramned young i. en aid
ing. They do not live simp- intestinal worms which set or the human race. The Hai- the growth of a great tree. women. There is lHugo Ra-. i
I.J.y, they live naturally. Corn- up all sorts. of intestinal ill- tanh students pooled their His Minister of National cine, director of the ceraPj t'
i plete living is the daily ex- ness .among t he people, knowledge ..of :general. sat- Education, Mr. Felix Diam- programme Haiti, iMac ".
perience of their lives.. -By mainly am on g the chil- ence wit dine, and when. bois, an educator and lawyer 'Douyon, Zach9 Belpxrpj
living in. nature s Way and dren- We cut- them long- we,.fired these ci-ude kiins and historian, regards the Jacques Lafleur, and here is
possessing as they do an in- 'tiiutlicaUy. We dusted the tn&'outco6pe was to be ex- great struggling unknown one courageous youqg. ', .'"ll
heritance from almost every dry insides.. w it h wood pected: -a smoky ,brown masses of men and women man, Lilliane Mars... ach aof
? section of the.vast East coast ashes. We: lined them with giaie with a lustre.. And as the basis of everything, these is a. successful teaser -'
2% of-.ancient Africa, they,draw a -3/8" wall of,clay. We uaese were the. first glazes in Here then is the plan we of ceramics, and. they ae'at.l
on. a culture over 10,000 placed them in the sunshine Haiti. ."developed during my stay in the head of strong ce i '
.ears. old. Consider, this, for a few hours and this ', Haiti: kilns at the crossroads centres where pr' '|
Sand- you will understand hardened the clay. slightly. ou do 'c.eeda great. in sections where the popu- steady' even though it . ,
S: hy it. wasn't necessary to, W, next turned #he0 clay variety of tools and equip- lacion is too congested. to done" i great quakitity. At -
,make a pompous survey to shapes out on a board and medt where there are eager provide agricultural oppor- the moment Marcus .
', discover where to begin in patted the bottoms' of the wAng fingers and nagn- unity for all; kilns in the has left his center .i e#. ,
S ceramicc study. '. shapes gently. to6 make flat ave inds to direct ose sctins where soil has been cIodches to spe p~.ofit-
S' bottoms,We addedhandles t-ger. '.e..nw de the brush eroded by' tropical rains and able year studying i Jpe
.Rural' Haiti needs cups spouts. r covers, and the es which were used -for the .ver-cultivation; and follow son -College,- Jacksbhon,.p s-'
and bowls and plates "and results were owls, pitchers .ecor~tioni which eventual- ing the kilns .there will be sissippi, where r e sis -'b .:
coffee e pots and ptchistod coffee pots. appeared on, the pottery. pottery bowls appearing in learning brick ancl tile '.:aic
e':;at -.and drink 'fbr .. an he, wre made- of sisal the marketplaces to be ex- ing in a Ial .fi '
17 iSwhen the offer of- assistance Our glaze making materi- from acatcus-like plant from changed for rice, and beginss, ThrOughout" 'ihe pi"
'n making these utensils was als had -to be purchased in whi. ,rope f:'fibre is made. these same bowls a fe'4 days around the world the i4-
I xtendd, 'l yres'poded ,the Unitedj. States through WO ur deling.tios for lity Jater being exchanged for, cepted covering for, Weioe I
i'Qmmeitey. 'wt the:' same rWthe offices- in, .-ashington. tre..mad, of the mah oey-in a more favourable, roofs is thatch or cans sttw ,t'
eaut you observe n their Thewar had Vopwed 'the woo atand. Spng"arket. pn, atri dn pcatla a i a, ,.
i niatual way -df.Wig; Th bbosd .ijfar mniateri. surfacing ,the, cldy we l I' god, "aas& y "ats a 4'iice sigA ,"
Yscounitry having once, been als wecejopg it coming. We made frbm-torehobnas, avege- v r ownertoonr The ceamic ceptre!r$
''athe ay tains much fine owl- and pltes ad Hiti The kinsbeing fired potetipower tbefodbeg iig n
alcium It had o.be screen- cups ''fro, t-he.albash ,with. 'ood for fuel allowed in marital industries, name- to use as' roofimg thes "
,ed-to remove, the';. chunks.. molds. Then one day in May. smkeanrid ashes -to find ly selling and buying., Mar- young Haitian potted" ia .: ..
:'^W.e built our own ltis, us- of '46 a box' aetd the'cus- dlrIay.to- touch the-glaze,.:bial, a vijlage in Haiti, is.an, leghed in fi e years to' m;
-ing xocks and mhud; and only toms,' too small 'to be our a.di, ftitrned the glaze to ai example. Marbial is .in .a charcoal burning stove.. .ti
".lsuch objects ascups, plates, glazes, but sincee 'it carried ddep, ,h", .-lnstrdus brown. little'valley in the south of cook with- The y .Ia4i ..
!food. bowls, coffee pots,'and, our order, number we open- -Tdtheit aitian there was no- Haiti. It is so beautiful that learned how io makn .ute "q
,.'pitchers were miiterestng to ed it. The box was full of-.,t hi i%' 'too extraordinary the old Greeks would shave 'sils for boilingg andl fryi;"";ij
the people, These were the.' hog cholera seium. Someone abon.t this. Perhaps. when made a shrine out of it. Yet foods. They make table .s V'
t'i;hings they needed, and they in Washington, had made a rhey 'read .this accounting of it is stalked daily by poverty 'vice for seA'ing food. ,:-l':hit
needed them in quantity, mistake. .cht'-.i shall we ,the first brave adventures in and illness because the soitl know how tcoonstruct kjl'ni
Plaster of Paris amakig now, Moonsie.,, ,th gla4e "maig th.e may smile has been eroded by use an and fire -the. with wa '
Smols fofr uartidy produce. said. Obvioi sly -ity i .n to see how those first e- heavy rainfalls. Bowls inad -They urse underglazes to o .~
antitonva impossible. To im- possible ito say j ide forts appear in review. It from the clay of the lahd duce pattern, and-they mle
ip6r 'it would cost tlose to known. uCome,, I said, a"S'e was-f course iiteresting'and' which is to6 infertile to. raise glazes. n' h'e' m .a 'C
ten dollars a hundred., We will make our own glazes challenging to them, but in food are eagerly exchanged The' Haitians have.'ob-
1 used talabash, or gourdes, and we will build our own rdral Haiti where elemen- in the marketplace of Maoi- served that ceramics,. their, '
f'or olds. A calabash"tree'is kilns.,- tary .forces are encountered bal for measures of beans most recent industry, is their
fo oii C]y among trees Its 'i '- and Thastered daily, in'order and rice which have been only, business which has notr .'
i:bran es inie tlo ablit wThe 0ties.of Hait', "locat- that food and sheer and brought in to sell. The new been exploited by 'predatory
.:and.. s l ul; t__ helog, ili d on waterfronts, have growth may be made avail-owner -of the bowl later ex- industrialis- from -oreiga n .
.,.-ay t fia t reeas; ih t w au stores where Fed lepd oxide able, well, why not ceramic changes it for money. Andl countries; and whether the
anod- pa a 'branch will, n is so It is ,used m paint- glases? Were not also glazes so we invented a trademark, Haitians avail themselves of .'
.l.ar a'ge and keep growing un- g 'boat bottles' We mixed an expression of nature at "Marbial today, Cap Hai- this opportunity, to develop
i a be autifulfome frut at red ad oxide with work? The Haitian people .tien tomorrow.,, There ,is a truly indigenous industry.
appears.fuly fose d fruit some o e re clay which are always eager to utry out nothing to work with at is now entirely with' the citi-
.pended in the snlida sus- we used for making pottery, new principles and methods. Marbial >except their clay zens of the country and their
S.endediOin the slight .and added some cane masses, The take great satisfaction and rocks for the kiln add. leaders. ,
TRAVEL DIRECT TO MIAMI JY 'JI i 'Ks-
ithout a Luggage Problem -- -- Robert E. Roy
io Exposition stand N. 7 P.O. Box 228 Tel. ,21.
rt, ... "w".
e W'loar a hude. We wil mak ou own glis chleni foo ar eael exh ne 'te Hl'tin haW p -,ebp i h
0, .. U
'. SLAP AND RUN of the haze, and dusty loo2
A foreigner complained mig weather there h
I. ridlay that be had been been a super storm in tl
struck, on the, back by one of Sahara Desert and the Gu
; a 'groyp of well-dressed Stream has carried it t% ti
.youhg men, who laughed Caribbean area. Could be!
and rla-away, as he.walked --:0:- '.
e up Rue Petit Four late EXIT $4.000. Business
U. Thursdayevening. man Frank W\lson had h
S-:0:- tan leather, initialed F. V
; DO-GOODER W. brief case stolen from h
S That,boy Eddie from out car parked oun Rue fron
pof town bought 10 tickets Forts last Friday afternoon
to -the- Katherine Dunham The brief case was bulgin
charity performance (July with $4,000 in cash an
7th)- at *3 a piece and sold some, very important paper
them to his more unfortun- -:0:-
at& friends at *1 a piece ... ON GUARD: The luxury
maybe he was mixed up! ous unfinished Hotel Beau
S* -10:- Bevage tempted poor Hew
ECONOMICAL CAR iston Juste. Late last Satur
SThe Mercedes Bens, a Ger- day evening his attempt t
anma -diesel, car (3) will ar. enter this choice looking;
rive in Port the 26th of this unfinished Hotel Beau-Riv
month aboard. the. German age was foiled by a wide
ship -s.s. Brandengurg. .awake guard who stopped
-:0:--- Juste in his tracks after fii
LA BELLE CREOLE has ing a shot in the air.
S2 Arrow shirts, 1 European -:0:-
.. shirt for $9.75 ... the offer A SHORT CUT
is. open to the 1st of July TO JUSTICE
,''OaLY.- Thief finds hiding plac
S'.. --:0:- in 'court house unsafe .-
.- The word is that Wednesday at 11 a.m. .
Al '-G M, car made in -thief snatched a passer-by
ermny, i h'o u 1 d arrive brief case and .sought she]
Swiafth~"t.. weeks. te- r in the t~ace of "Justic
.. -:0:- pirsuied 'by "thet victim. Lat
't heiAasco CHOO CHOO et-th tiefWas snatched b
behavei- itself this week .- a detective -at, he door o
> set-no fies -- hit not a sin- dt' Ju.age of Instruction
gle person, animal or vehicle -iidn*' iire. 'He wia
.. in fgit 'ran a little slow chafgt b the. Judge of In
at times arid the neighbour- stiuctiof "fr dealing an
Shood Imanaged to stock up trassing'.
i *t, -bidaht sugar cane. .i :0 ,-- D
", ":' -_;.0:- Senaftr Amile St-Lot Dy
,:0~ .ift6'.~3 ii is wearing
ANYTING'S POSSIBLE. nfw ll.is wearing
AN" GSP. OSS E scare this week. .It met auti
' A viing. dSColomibian lady 3017 -ok 'the '20th at 7.4(
,who has studied such things, p.in. at the corner of Rue
gave a solution for the cause Rdunion and Rue Casernes.
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S THE MAflK YOU EAT WITH A SPOON! Any way
you eat it, RED ROSE YOGURT is a taste-adventure.
Try a-cup a month and see! See why Yogurt has been
: hailed -as "one of the five wonder foods to be used
every-day., See how you can eat your way to health and
r beauty'with YOGURT. At leading food stores or home
:. deliwed by
F: .RED ROSE
,. 1 Plhnes 5631, 2253.
Gabrielle Masour, daugh-
ter of city merchant Victor
Masour, .leaves Monday for
Nurses Martha Chandler
and Annie Louishommewfly
k- Monday to Havana and
as then on to Guatemala where
e 'they will continue to study
Mrs. Alex i'ital is flying
to New Ydrk tomorrow.
Assists In Distribution
Of Land Deeds
Continued from page 1)
to the town of St-Marc.
Standing beneath a beauti-
fully constructed "Arch of
Triumph" the Mayor of St-
-Marc M. Emile Paulre de&
livered a speech of welcome
.to which the President re-"
plied stressing that the de-
velopment of the Artibonite
Valley. is the very corner-
Stone of his administrations
Immediately a f ter the
speech making the Prefect
of St.-Marc offered a 'recep-
tion, which was followed by
a Te Deum, .Lad.a visit by
the LPresident to the-. Land
'S&rvey Office. Eollowing. a
large reception, at,.the City
Hall the Presidential Party
left for Carrffour Paye..
,O ver twenty thousand
farmers and workers were
on hand to welcome Presi-.
dent Magloire and his party.
Among th6se present on the
specially .constructed .Presi-
dential platform. during the
ceremony of the distribution
of land titles were: M'gr.
KIbUort Bishop*obf Gonaives,
Mr. Rode,. local. Standard
F r u i t repf.sentative, Mr.
Paul Elie of the National
RailroaCCompany of Haiti,
Mr. G. Sheppard representa-
tive of SHADA. and Col.
Cartwright commander of
the Military department of
M. Alcide-Duviella, Presi-
dent of O.D.V.A. opening
speech was followed 'by
speeches by Agronome Jules
Domond, Secretary of State
for Agriculture, Deputy 'Gus
tave Grand Pierre (deliver-
ed his speech in cteple), and
Prefect Leon Dorsainvil of
Dessalines. Amid enthusias-
tic applause President Ma-
gloire in- a symbolic gesture
distributed 300 land deeds.
Following a reception offer-
0d by the O.D.V.A. the
group departed for Petite
Riviere de L'Artibonite.
At Petite Riviere de I'Ar-
(Cdntinued on page 11)"
Is Your Guarantee of the Finest Milk -.,
Pure Milk Homogenized and'Pasteurlizied
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a-m.) on the Champ de Mars
in a full dress Military re-
vue. Led' by the Military
Band they made an impress
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Mr. John Pratt, husband.
of Katherine Dunham left
Friday morning for Panama
and picked up 6.tons of the
Company's costumes, re-
turned with same yesterday
afternoon aboard a' PAAt
CargOm Clipper. More lug-
gage needed for the forth-
coming charity concert is ,to.
Long Island Bill Divvers
in an open letter to Port-au-
Prince advised one and all
that he's off to Europe for'
a five month vacation and
may drop in to P-au-P on
his return to New York.
The feast day"6f St. Louis
de Gonzaque was celebrated
Thursday by theLbrothers of
Sc Louis de Gonzaque school.
Mass was offered in the
school chapel by the Arch-
bishop of Port au Prince
Msgr. Le Gouaze. Present
at the high mass and at the
ceremony in; the school au-
ditorium were: Madame Ma-
gloire, Minister Jacques Le-
ger and the Chief. of Proto-
c61. Daniel Theardi
Troops of the National
Palace Military Department
turned out bright and early
Wednesday morning (8.00
It has been announced,
that Miss Charlotte' Maigon'
and Mr. Hubert Kessling
will marry sometime'in Sep-
Happy -to be home this
summer Ifro6m school in
Kingston, Jamaica, is Nana
Seigel. Sister Geida is to
marry next month.
SUNDAY. JUNE 24th sHAlT! SUN.
C .' -.4, 'r
Our new department which has just opened on the
first floor, has a wide variety of gifts come in and
See for your self- *
114 Rue Dantis Destouches
;LAURA'S GIFT SHOP.
'23, Rue Ferou, opposite
S'.27'Phone: 2675. "
Cute Hand Embroidered
Dresies and Blouses for,.
Ladies. Also made to order
Skirts exquisitely hand-em-
liroidered -with colourful
local designs. All hand-made
.l.torise ASell Belts and
S. Ladies Accessories.
Mahogany Souvenirs of real
Utility, Sisal Hand Bags and
Shoes, fancy work, made in
CUTE CUTICLES-For the
small price of $1000 you too can
I decorate your fingers with dia-
mond-studded shields. Fashion
!Creator Mellerio of Paris models
the shields on plaster casts of
; the wearer's hands, forming the
shields from platinum, and.
j sprinkling them with 186 small
stones-totaling six carats- of
% sparkling diamonds.& .
A DEPARTMENT 0 F SOUVENIRS
Haiti s leading de apartment store
Art and -.Curio Shop
Rue du Quai Tel: 3145
HAITIAN HANDCARVED MAHOGANY
SELECT FROM THIS
"OUR GRAND BIRTHDAY S
Plywood Shelves Spotlight (
BY EDNA MILES '
COLLECTIONS are fun! But as a practical problem in household
storage they are often headaches The right place for a collection
of photographs, figurines, dolls or old firearms is often hard to come by.
If you've put time, trouble and exp %.'to a collection, you'd like
it displayed to advantage, not tucked away in a drawer or crowded
onto an inadequate what-not stand. And if yours is the job of house-
keeping, you'll want the collection in an out-of-the-way place where
they'll gather less.dust, and be safe from tf1 mischievous hands of
A display shelf a bit higher than eye-level offers a practical solution
to both these problezib. It should be narrow enough to serve as a
simple wall fixture; a too-wide one 4ill detract from the prominence
of the collection For stand-up groupings like photographs, the shelf
should be grooved to aid in their display.
It's not a good idea to construct your shelf of any scrap lumber
you happen to have lying around. In order to enhance and do justice
to your collection, try a natural-finish plywood In an attractively-
grained *bod such as birdh.
A sllecimon f prud i photegn
A shelf of this material is particularly effective when it repeats in u arrow helf of birdh plywood
grain and finish the woods used in other furnishings of the room. drswaers n
The shops in this section
have been checked by this
newspaper and to the
best of our knowledge
their merchandise is of
good quality c. d good
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Buy Direct fr f
Rue du Peupie '
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come down in the value-even. '
of the -year
OR THRIFTY WOMEN! .
collections s :
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SUNDAY, JUNE 24th
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GREAT EXPERIMENT IN AFRICA
i.. | By Patrick O'Donovan they ar
F"' Foreign Correspondent of The London Observer a state
. I'. Two Alinisters in the new Gold Coast Government thy met
'Mr. Kwame Nkrumah, senior .ranking Minister, and nations.
Mr. Kojo Botsio, Minister fir Education and Social rich, at
SWelfare, are now in the United States. Here is a back- three gi
ground note about the, new Governmeknt, which will education
make history in Africa as th? first African dependency chiefs a
to take charge of its own affairs. were s
Things of great moment Service, and over their bud- This
e:' are happening in Africa... In gets These Ministers are British
t,;' the British colony of the answerable to 'the House of -but als
:"Gold Coast in West Africa, Assembly. themsel
a House of Assembly has No one regards the new then a
just finished-its first'session, Constitution of the Gold that ha
$_a. acting under a new Consti- Coast as anything but tern- granted
,.htion that is *revolutionary porary. B u t t h e British century
-;for Africa. Next month, the have started' the dependency vised.
large -Colony of Nigeria irrevocably on the road that I thin
si:tarts to choose members for ends in complete self-govern the Gol
a similar' Nigerian House of ment. It is a strange fact realise
Assembly. that, while this colony is they ha
I,.; The Gbld Coastis one, of probably by far the most ad- know t
t she smaller tf the Afritain vanced, politically, in Afri- depends
colonies. -It has only 3,735,- ca, has probably the best Nigeria
6. 82 inhabitants. Yet, after educational' facilities for the arid of
SMalaya, it is -the most valu- natives in Africa, with a ates in
Y,. able..f Blitain'm overseas de- fine university college and asaland
ipendehcies, for more than .a secondary schools that have bar. If
-:halff of' the world's cocoa produced the best educated ever to
1;-comes fr6m the Gold Coast- Negro minority on the Con- part in
"I: Now for the ffrst time since tinent, it is also the most where i
W| the whites. came to Africa dissatisfied.' Buy tHere is a
Sthecitizens ot an African perfectly logical explanation
fcQlony,are taking control of of this This dissatisfaction
their. .own state. which has expressed itself in
-' The new Executive Cout-, some ugly rioting in Accra
;cil of the colony, which is since the end of' the war, is |
f,'-lroughly:ieqiuvaient to a Cab- not really a protest against r -.
inet, consists of.- eight Afri .-intolerable Sqcial injustice or -' .te.
.cans 'and' i(ree 'Euiropean the work of a handful of agi-, S'"
' I a I$ 4&EUT
t''Ministers. The H6use. of As- tators. It is a sign that a
seimbly has 84 members, 'and colony has all but grown up,
g''there are only- five Europe- is, ready for a change, and
;2a.iAs with.votes among them. that a new State is about to
.,The African Ministers have, be" added to the world --
'.been given full, democratic, and that is always of import-
iontrol over their .depart- ance.
eilts,over their white, civil The experiment has start- OFFSET
servants, who have come out ed under. favourable .condir- ma. n
ton Britain to make their tions, and the Africans have, RUE '
'Careers'there in thd Colonial a chance of proving whether TEl
pro:ving ". . .. ...
e capable of running
that could be a wor-
nber of the society of
. The Gold Coast is
nd has a tradition of
generations of humane
on during which its.
and best young men
ent to British and
is a test, not only for
o for the Africans
yves. if it-is a success,
large number of ideas
ave been taken for
I in Africa for half a
will have to be re-
nk these new men of
ld Coast are men who
how vast a chance
ive been given. They
that on their success
s the development of
a ad Tanganyika,
thp British Protector-
Southern Africa, Ny-.,
I, Uganda and Zanz: -
Negro. African is -
play a constructive
world affairs, this is
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SMEXICAN ART On parallel exhibit in one
TO BE SHOWN of the small galleries will be
W ITH HAITIAN the Shillard Smith collec-
SThe second in the Uni- toh of Haitian primit
Change your Life Through Ptayer men in the armed forces who ers i of Miami Art Galn Levequ Bazile, Ve ti..,
have f thesees erys series of exhibitions Leveque Bazile, Verg ..
By Stella Terrill Mann We know that most physi- while in a muddy shell hole, of Latin merican works, Possen and O'Bm. Most of
cians use psychology quite in the green steamy jungle, featuring a group of Prints these painters are protege
People facing problems as much as medicine to ef- adrift n mid-Pacific, or cast of the Modern Mexican Re- of De Witt Peters, who
They :do not know how to fect a cure in their patients, up on a lonely island, /ost, naissince,,, will open in the founded the "newSchool o .-
solve people who are a In fact, there is a branch of but for the power of prayer gallery's three Merrick build Haitian painting Port-a-
little skeptical of religion, medicine .called psychoso- ever again to doubt. that ing rooms at 9.30 a.m. Mon- Prince in 1943.
churches and prayer in gen- matic, medicine Yet we too ray is a power which man day. Gallery.hours will remains
eral, will find great comfort often forget that that every can use at any time he cares This collection oF 30 mod- at 9.30 to 4.30 daily and 7
.., and guidance in this volume.. principle in these miracle- to do so. ern woodcuts & lithographs to 9 p.m. \W ednes day
For it explains not only working' sciences is also in The reason that prayer is was compiled by the much- through Thursday.
what prayer is, but tells how the Bible-principles which the least un od of 'admired Mexican artist, Jean The new summer sche.-
S'. use it, and prove the everyone can learn and use the powers known to man, Chariot, for the Metropoli- dule will go into effect
points by concrete examples and which are discussed in s due to the fact that we ran Museum of Art, New thereafter, according t'.
from life. this book. are mentally lazy. We do York. It was lent to the which the' gallery wilJ Bih.e
S The author offers a work- Again, we know tat not tey hard enough to learn university by the Metropoli- open from 11 to 4 Sundays',
Sable programme,. not theor- throughout the ages the the laws involved and how tan'. through aursdays and re-. -
ies. She says:p gMany' are, great men and women: who to use them until we Besides Chariot himself, main closed Fridays 'and Sat-
familiar with case histories have made constructive his- have suffered long enough other. artists represented in- urdays. There will be no
i.of people changing, with story, who have formed good to become grimly determin- clude Leopoldo Mendez, evening hours during the'.
theaid of psychology nd governments ed to do something about it. Xvier Guerrero,' Carlos summer months.
Said of psychiatry, from drab, frus- togethology nd over inments or held them Or we ae like the little Merida, Francisco Desaman- The show will continue
sychiatred from drab, frus- together in times of great school girl who prayed God tes and Alfredo Zalce. up to July' 15th, .
> treated lives to lives of bril- danger, who have eased the to change the capital of Illi-
liant usefulness, from pover- burdens of mankind and s from Springfield to W CS P Z-Z'4
y tofinancial success, from given a new light and new Chicago over night, because WEEKLY CROSSWOR PUZZLE
Sickness to health, from hope to thee world, have al- she ad put it on her exam-
.Iloneliness to love and friend ways been men and women nation pape" that way thatA a e '
ship, from diiminal and anti- who had a religion they be- day. We fail in a few at' Hro of B nn
social into law-abiding atti- lived in, and who knew temps a prayer, or we ask
es. Yet few realize that how-to pray. .. Ho.;zoNTAo. w as 1
'-'. Yet'ew realize that bow To'. y foolishly and., receiving no H*OiZONAL" 54 Appear
,^very sound principle int. Certainly we know that iPictured ~6Moth
these ineneaisseiici5s 'aehe epoets-have aly ; answer, give,;p.,-. Th-most- 1 ioNte 56oI-ea1
asnd ." al s u f 'G an m r'e ignorant step in our pro- 'm wander of .58-Enters '
the Bibl6d, and that all sung of 'God and man s re- Corregdor at. VERTICAL ..
Shealings depend upon nation to Him,e and pf the a e of prayer is. belie- tsallto the I c L eet
bi he. ~pn a tH ad ..,.ing, or faith. WAsk what 'y Japs, Gein. 2 'EMmet .
se: same three principles possibility and desirability will, and it shall e doe u- tha 3 He ---- Wn 17 Smoot eta n
a re involved in scienti-. of .man touching God. ', Wh Ts--o. byt thene k-, S.i "'-!
..... .'. .. ., --rto" you,; also, ,W hatsoeder 9 Pots name,,* ,,,,,,y I .ri! m l .-
fic prayer. 'through prayer. Tennyson :.u s k r0 Of the thing ..k rr Statements t to4 ," u
In 1926 the author was says: you shall ask prayer, be- 11 Boat paddles' 4 Bird 23Dropsy 4i Leave out
n the author living, y shall receive 13 Former 5 Peruse 25 Theatrical 47 Natve
':confronted with .a situation -Speak to Him, thou, for He Frteinr, 14 hae 6 Proceed cv moeik.r JSrel M Vorocco.1
S.so terrifying that she knew '--hears, and Spirit with sibe to him that belieeth. Kno Share Dolt 9lato
nothing short of God, a Smr- Spirit can meetoft 9' Prattle 33 Exude 51O-bserve '
n"o thing. short of God, a mir- Spirit can' meet -h Thu spoke>,Jesus, w h 21 Priority 12 Forefathers 34 Narrow ways 53 Sheltered
ale, could save her life. i Closer is He than breathing, knows mdibout prayer tlxn 3 anwy
e-. c 1v ean s a(prx 13 Ireland 36 ain 5 Symbol o",
E.-a flash she learned that pray- and nearer -than hands tha22 That thing 14 Exist knowledge mangnee
rer was the most powerful and'feet. h anyo els o ever th ure yelDnes 57Rght(ab
forcee in the universe. For Robert Browning -agrees s' af o CH iref-em
Sthe used. it, and not only wi, Jesus that the Kingdom centtly -stated'-- cPrayer r is1 AA '
..' saved her life in that instant, of God is in man, that it is the Soakreatest power t hemp. .
S fbut subsequently, continu- a mistake ti "'try to find'it world, 'and it is a pity -hat 33 mtof- '
-:2i.img to ue it, healed herself frome without, and that the more people- do not know
fa condition that was' problem lies rather ino how use it Taken all in 8 oth/ ''
oibught about at thatterri- "opening 'ut a way whence ll, this book- .CHANGE
KAy 'timrayer, whichi s te impriso- i hc I, tls o HEe- B *
ing, time, which seemed the ipristied splendour YOUR .LIFE THROUGH 0 hto..
:'Idestined to make a cripple may 'escape., '. PRAYERd es exactly what 4 E T
her for life. Our daily. papers and ma- the title implies namely. 42 wrtftinlg
SAftei she 'had recbvered gazines are constantly carry- it helps to change one's life
.from the amazement of her ing stories of the miracles of through. the great art of 49Date '
xpence,. she-' set to work prayer. We have too many prayer. s cam
.."diligently to learn something authenticated accounts "of Reviewed by Linda Thomas. Ii t.
aUt prayer, what it is and ',lgtra_ _- ai e_
how it -works. From time to eggy THIS ,SE NIefr. ...SOI 5TALLED ROGERANU ...50 I ACCEPTED ROGER!DO VNowfI
Stime, her experiments with PRM-T E'iENIO "I 4OULDERAIE MBET GET ~E WRONS-,T4EiZEWAA AFRAID HE' "
'. her experiments with PRI. I5IGE-,5T EVENT INA FRIEND. POTTVI THEN FLOYW TIME WHEN 9OiER- WAA ALL I ALL I CAN
^prayer 'and her general ideas o RL'~ LIFE AND IM TUCK AIOVED TO"TOWN... THOL6MT I WANTED FROM LIFE... ETA I ,
about it have been published WITH iOER.! ME ASKED ME- NE WA5MAIIA0 'O
TO C7 WITH HIM TWO MON7T41 ME, MIT HE'- I- ,
i.by 'the UNITY SCHOOL AGO.BUI)Tf KNEW"'HOULDER-5" PORTING AN OLD -
.iOF CHRISTIANITY, i'n1 WOULD -A ME... FLAME FiO M"
i.eir several publications.
e. received letters from all
over the world, of the help UK "
received by trying the ex- .
"1emnments s he suggested, -I
-iiid the questions asked for \"i"
OLD maids are as beautiful as
L wives, declares a psychologist
at Arkansas A. & M. College.
Maybe so but just try and tell your
,wife that vice versa holds true!
Headline: Carpentry Skill Makes
Bird Houses a Success. (Birds also
SDetroit police are trying to find
'Out who smashed a night club
lmanist's piano with an axe. Our
guess: somebody ip need of a chord
"V "We" is the word women use
after "You" have done the weed-
2 Burglars ransacked a Saratoga
springs, N. Y., horne and escaped
',lith a piggy bank and two milk.
-bottles containing $8000 in coins.
SSounds .like the work of a couple
o, Grade A hogs.
SUNDAY, JUNE 24th
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HAI TIAN TRAVEL
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-jr.Aljt 1. L.I OL,..t%--
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That Orientalen from Back from Washington,
New England is still scoring N. Y., Miami knd Havana,
Sat the Casino., It'is old news Mr. Clarence Moody spent
that the Casino bosses are three days in the Capital this
offering a fat reward to the week before setting off on a
U person who can get this close inspection tolr of his
& lucky chap to have a hair- company's work in the
cut and so change .his run of ,Cap,. The Compania Mari-
-luck- they are serious! ,tintas y Industries is hard at
/ -:0:_ work "face lifting, and
Mrs. Reggy Martin 'and shining up the Cap, for its
if.augnter Kicky leave for future role as the next most
Ne iew x ork this Thursday imp rtant city on the island,
:- huDby'Carl. is to remain and -:0:-
Scare ror their home and La. One. of the Capital's fore-
; i ene Creole, Peggy will most '.Briesurs' returned to
.spent part or her itate-side town this week Rudy
:acaton modeling for the Tippenhauier arrived hope
A^n.riscnas issues of leading Wednesday 'from' College. in
:. b.. women magazines. the U.S., plus a stop-over in
i:cky 'is looking forward to Havana.
celebrate her 4th birthday' -:0:-
July 9th with Grandma at Rogr Lavelanet flew
w.:estchester. yesterday to Cuidad Tru-
e -:0:- .jillo.
'That mellowing Argen- :Hose guests of the Ash-
;.ine television star from theoudon, Mr. and
cons in Joudon, Mr. and
Ironx, Lu s Gonzoli, expects Mrs. Walter Cameron, re-
6t leave laiti very shortly. tn to ta tomorrow.
..e however has but Pne ,, ---- ,
Swish --- his next assignment. 'When th e fortnightly
t not ake m am cruise ship Nuevo Domini-
;those cultured Brooklynites, o sailed Miami Tis-
unea that N. Z Counnty day --- the passenger list in-,
._ cluded a number of local
---e0 people, among whom were:
D. Paul Perigord, Profes- Mr. Khader and Mrs. Has-
otof French Civilization, at boun.
heUniv lrsity of Califorhii, -:0:-
:iFArrved back in Haiti Thurs. Miss Marcelle Dorce in-
.,a 20th, and. expect this vited friends and relatives
e to stay for 'quite a to her home in Rue Capois
:whi, Accompanying' him' Thursday to help cele-
^relatives Mrs. -Helene brate.her birthday.
LA ml.man WVilliams and -:0:-
'Aaiughter, Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jaeger
Si -:0:- set off yesterday for a vaca-
t":'Miss Nanette- Hugert who tion in Paris.
i;ony a short, while ago re- -O:-
ituredl from )he U.S. where Ambassador Theophile
sh&graduated from Ohio Richard arrived in the Capi-
State University with a"B.A. tal .from his post in Cuidad
i'degee ina foreign languages Trujillo Friday.
will marry Joseph (he's -:0:--
..been awaiting) Raoul July Capt.. Robert' Bazile re-
~; ,. turned Friday from Wash-
Those boys no dead-
end kids, but suave debonair
characters,%, "Billy the Bate
and "Sammy the Factotuma
by all reports enjoyed the
past week immensely. With
the flame of their old Alma
Mater burning brightly "with
in-visited 0' school friends
- came close to participat-
ing in basketball game-- in
their soft under-tone voices,
in fine company, expanded
on extrariiundane matters -
and the heat. Billy the Bat
returns to Quality Street,
Hoboken, this coming week.
Tom Higgins and Julius
seen burring around town
in their new British- Junior
speedster .- M.G. -' have
Word from Dick -Allen,
son of local Coca Cola king
Dan Allen is that life in
Camp Gordon, Georgia. is
rugged bit bearable he
recently entered a Signal
Corps training school"- an
interesting branch of the
Big party at the Bogat's
home in Turgeau last night
-n celebrate d a u g"ht e r's
Glady's homecoming d n d
graduation from Barnard
College, N. Y. Gladys ar-
rived home last week from
Barnard with a B.A....in
French Literature arid a B-S.
in International Science.
found this two seater -four Maior Edouard Roy, accom
cylinder beauty to possess panied I.Cols. Smith and
abnormal accommodation fa Hicks of the U. S. Air Mis-
cilities can carry an un- sion here, to the States WeB-.
limited number of sailors nesday, to pick up more of
carry ice on the front fend- those racy aiicrafts.
er act as an advertising :0:-
medium for 'Hggins Bar In celebration of Cuba's
and has special rear seating Independence (June 20th) a
'for Julius the animal with a grand f&te was held at the
fatter complex. Cuban Minister's residence
-:0:-- Wednesday-.evening from 6
The- .celebrated, t r a d e to 8. Officers off. the visit-
wind, of Port-au-Prince has' ing 'Cuban training ship
unseasonably ceased to blow wdre guests. of honour at the
.and in its stead a hot dryreception.
dusty down the-valley wind I
has cast a heat wave over the -- ..
entire city making work in "
such villainous weather ima- Le reS
possible .... what's your ex- .
cuse. "- 7 -7 T3 %
Pierre Hudicourt is chair-
man of the commission to
settle the question re rivers.
and streams flowing across
the border. .
Victor Mansour leaves for
Ti"Mama returned from
Mexico City for a short va-
cation this week.
Studious double An-
dre Gordon 'and 'Maxi Ji.
Michel fly to Curacao -to-
Cables and letters have
The latest word from Miami
is that both mother and '
daughter are doing fine.
By the look on his face i
Monday morning one could
tell that the greatest event
in their (Mr. and Mrs. Kurt
Nef) lives had taken place.
The Nefs,4ere blessed with
a 8 pound 4 ounce baby girl
5.20 p.m.. Sunday at St.
Francis de Salle hospital.
Baby Isabel and mother are
dqing fine. They are ex-
pected to leave hospital early
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The eldest.:Dadlini, bro- aThe-, pride and joy or Mr.
other D. B., returned to Ja- ad idMrs., Loduvic Celestin
maica ,Thursday after help- 'was.born .WVednesday after-
ing launch the alst birthday noqon at 3 o'clock. They will
sale f,.his Maison Orien- decide on'a name for their
tale store. son-in-heir -this weekend.
....I .N...d "r t afr s...tA .
S4(W BRASSERIE DE U
T MARK Tatous since 862 S. A
jc- ". :. = i. ';. ,... A'
Nerva Roussell is leaving
Monday to continue his
Medical studies at Kansas
City General Hospital,.
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Dr. Joseph Pierrer flew
off to New York today t6
take the Trans Atlantic ship
to La Harvie then Paris.
Father Albert. Gteliilot
leaves the aCap, Motnday
and starts "his journey tq
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Director of the cAll Amgne.
can Cablesn and -Irs
cel Epailly kave jomiinfl
for New York :to -commel
their long summer,. vica'
S .. ',,
..ew. T ie o i-n i c '"
liuYVO -HATITI UN I SUNDAY, JUNE 24th
ew s oo-. Kr Kecys, Pattons and McAuliffes
'?WEETEST-HjARVEST IN HISTORY--Puerto Rico's biggest
sugar 'cropilh' history is being harvested with the .expectation that
morethan 10 million tons of cane will be cut when the 1951 harvest
:.winds up th6 end of June. Qn this plantation near San'.Juan, the
ifrkers in the background, at right, cut the -cane while others
-oadpd the cane -carts that will be drawn to the mills by oxen and
S diesel locomotives,
-BrSi. Gen. Lewis IL Pller *IM/S. Ernest R. soma uapr James .anars,
/' Although only .a year old, the Korean War has already produced its own "Machine Gun" Kellys,
-"Blood and Guts" Pattons and "Nuts" McAuliffes. -Above are six df'the men vwho wi long be
arpmembered for their exploits or exclamations. Gen. William Dean, missing since last July, wo'
'the Medal of Honqr for attacking enemy takik and-'assisting wounded in. Taejon. Kniwn among;
jis men as the "hottest combatofflicer" in Korea. John Michaelis .wais nitde & Brigadier General forw
Ibis regiment's stubborn ddensel of a Pusan- perimeter approach.. Virtually iinknown before tah.1
surprise dismissal of Gen. MacAithur, Gen. Matthew Ridgway is assured a place in "history as the
new commander of UN forces, Marine Brig. Gen. -Lewis Puller shedd headlines when he urged
American servicemen to get rid. f .andy and. Ice cream and "get dowij to fighting." 'he.:first GI
to' win a 'Medal of Honor for action in Korea and live is M/Sgt. Ernest ,Kouma who, singlehandedly,
slew 250 enegm soldiers. Capt. qames Jabara became the nation's rst Wet ace ;after his F-86 kayoed \.
Sssian-built jets in Yalu .Iiver dogfights.
; : '. -
4 *Carl.Behlirian accompani- 'owner of the well known
'4 by friehdd drove off yes- shoe store "Au. Tout etit' t
,'-day 'aft&etbon in the di- celebrated her biktfiday Tues San
S action. of the .'Capn in his. day with a 5 to, 7 cocktail .ls
[.,Itan, d spankihg hew Ponr*. party at her -New Villa' in -
t..-, t They are expected,' Petionville. dinig.be
.:. c this afternoon., --0- Mirel:
S '. -_0:- *' 0 Bonnar
S t. Augustin of'the Police Miss Glenn Deeming will are ha]
iept, s vacationing in his 'reach the -age of reason* up at c
-..-. to'wn acel. Wednesday, Miss Glen 'has
picked the Thorldnd Club as Capt.
s i'neieve Peloux had a an O.K. spot "to -telebrate Comma
i iAghtful birthday,. party at her 7th birthday. ville dii
I her. home. in Petionville -:0:- ferred b
'Tuesday. 'Last evening at six the of Staff
-,' "'lits. Daniel Heurtelou; Sacred Heart Church wed- Police I
Iff. ,." ... .'
NOA HONORS FAVORITE'SON-Celebrating the 500th anni
year. the city of Genoa, Italy, displays this floral pOster depic
ts Maria, the three tiny ships which carried Columbus and his
overer of America was born in Genoa in 1451, but vas explUe
Says and never-returned,
ills pealed for Mi
r Meros and Pai
d. The newly wet
under of the' Petiot
strict has been tran
by 'rder of the Chit
to Inspector of th
-- *. .. v.'. -.
'-Deputy Joseph Loubean
former President of the
Chamber of Deputies, flew
to New York Wednesday.
How the -Beachcombers
miss it is remarkable but
Joel Kenter of the Mon Reve
Hotel and Warrant Officer
Wallace Walker of the U.S.
Attache Office celebrated
versar of the birth of Columbus,
ting the Nina, the Pinta, and the'
crew to Amedrica and fame. The I
ed by the city during his student |
their birthdays on the same
day last week.
Walker lhad a 'swell ,party
at his home, and Kenter's
anniversary was. topped off
by a touching'present from
friend Roger Kettle, Touch-
ing is right, it came close to
knocking the receiver for six'
a goat (Billy) -with two
.,.A.:.. r.f. . *4e -. ,tt
SUNDAY9 JUNE 24th aHAJTI SUN.
'Naltonal Bank of hiUli
Continued from page 1
The tt.o-storey w ite
stone structure occupied by
the National Bank is classic
in concept, providing ample
and airy space for both ad-
ministrative offices and vari-
ous departments. The lobby,
over 135 feet long by 35 feet
wide, is colonnaded with
fluted'columns of white Car-
rara marble imported from
Italy. Indirect lighting and
tasteful decor create a feel-
ing of restfulness and quiet
Attending elaborate open-
,I,:.* .ing ceremonies recently were.
representatives from. its for-
S. esgn and U.S.A. correspon-
dent banks, including Dr.
SJ6s J e Guerr a, .Director of
Monetary Stabilization Fund
M and member of the Board of
SDirectors of the Banco Na-
..!cional de Cu b a; Francis
-Ats, Grimes,om manager of the For-
nevr saw a guyso awkiiard--he's all thumbs! i eign Department of Chase
S /National Bank of New
,aneous Dancel To.uPi ive Press Conference ,Yor-k Wenceslao Troncosco,
".'_ Governor of Cenfral Bank
he special pee ae Haition, but are rather a B tler Sherwell, Vice Presi-'
, to e held July.7th at 8.30 synthesis.of all the dances of dent of Manufactukers Trust
.Me. at the CVatle de Ver- the. Antilles coupled with- Company of New York; Mi-
re. The Chtity Commit- classical alet.i, chael Seniaw sd,. Assistant
tee is aiming at selling 3,600 Vice President of the Irving
S.seats, w ich are 'to :be sold" ... Trust Coman of. Ne w
n the u oll owners During the troupe's stay Trust Company of N e W
> ~set ow5ig : ne here et the. xCthez Pauline.- Xork Geogge Childy,
anit proigr ties ,will be on edwith them, three'of Whom
saleet th adience.' m'' ay iaeceive. scholarships for Principal functions of the
Mis -a la c'.ho has advanced study 'at Miss Dun- 'rnkial n of
Sstudi~I recei yeas in ham s School m ew Yorkandb rt-term notes to the
uerous .Caibbe 'a n d- Kaw t h r in e and her Goveriment, as well- as to.
:'South Aniericahii coutries,- Troupe arrived here' .two commercial enterprises; issu-
,- ".explained that .all the daic- months ago from a success- since ad circunation of the
esa '.-f her troupe.' reflect a ful' tour of. majorities in Haitian gourde for the Go-
) strong>Haitian .infhence as Sotth Amnerica.'and Europe. ernment plusthe usual, as
result of her fourteen years This October the troupe tivities of a commercial bank
studyingg Haitian dances. will lave on another tour including ai thrift depart-h
` heir danced~ however'can 'of Eutrope. meant '
i H itia-.e s..iw i, H I R ,
........ ,... ..i "RI
-.. ._- -- --*,
. dans le monde eitier, de plus forts
S tonnages soot transports sor pneus
poids lourds Goodyear qBe sur
des pnel 'de toute autre ,marque.
ES, rendements observes deuis
4 des annies' prouvent que les-
.pneus poid lourds Goo6dyear sont .
d ae qialih6 incomparable pour
endurancee. et. le renoement
Slo~nt&rique d'uu. remar able
economic. Pour un maximumfn' .
d'avantages achetez des.pneus
S poid fourds Goodyear!
:'r ;..- .,
d'autres pueus ,
oids lourds extrorobuste. HardRock
.a ." Har Ro
la-Roa Lug- -' S SddedSure-Grip
-Hi-Miler Xtra Tred-All Servo.
'OMBRE .3e ea
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(Continiued frds page 4)
cibonite :ifter attending a.Te,,
Deum a grand reception.'
was offered at the -365 door
Palace.- The Palace was
r rected by King Christophe
and restored by President
President -Magloire and
several officials went to
Perodin by jeep to visit the
ntw road under construction
in the Cahos Mountains.
..Returning to Petite Revi.
'T* "" t %y" '. ; ,
S. . ..
-* --' ...I, 'to ,tes P a irtacts:!'.
'- "" '* , ^.*'.. :-"- : ': 5 ."- ,' '. i! .
Fahriquee par le lmpdria.l Chemcal .1Pharmacei.tica.s
'IRe resentes' pr .RANS.WO LD TRADING G S.-A.
B^ *. Finest Fi$aVt .o ,
FfI~o ask f ,r
The mdsr delicious flavors in the
world cAry the Canada.Dry ,
labeL Nam? youi favorite-.
Camnada Ddy makes it, and puts
into, it all thequality, purity
, and sparkle thfhi-ave made
Canada Dryite st name in CjA
bevgs. Enijdy a bottle Ad.
Popular Pile s
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SUNDAY, JUNE 24th
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are, lunched at the Pef
house, then departed on th
return joariey..at 4 p.m
Loc6l Labour OiIcerf
Finishes Course in U.S.
6ont'hued from page1 I
h i s experiences acquire '.
while ifn the U.S. -
Many officials of the U.$S
Office of Labor attended t1h.
ceremony. Among thM.wi-a.:
Mr. Samuel Justisee wh .
spent 2 days il iHaiti, las
~ D~n I,
SUNDAY, JUNE 24t6
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rooms, Rue du Magasin de
Houses for rent St-Antoine
$35 to $50.
Concerning the above see
Real Estate Agency Rodor
Trading Corporation, Build-
ing of Robertv Bonhpmme,
150 Grand'Rue, Phone 2780.
On enquiring about any of
the QReal Estate, bargains at
the ,Rodor Trading Cprpor-
ation, Office ask to see their"
fine modern handy- sewing
machines, they sell them at
an astoundingly low price.
S. FOR SALE' Dr Georges Castera's comn
Sfo table, and complete mo.-
2carreau of lnd at dern 12 room Maternity cli
B 1i... .,o $406 e
o. ..:Xi" nic is at your service. This
' Housie, Ruelle. Roy and, up-to-date clinic is located
S W 4Lag '600 ,. in the same building as the
. .'Proper5.i.,- Petionville Pharmacy Castera, opposite
:;,. u50xtuu100 10 the Telegraph and Telepio
. pety in Petipnville ne Buiding. Cal! 2131.
S65:350700 ,-__ _.
S.rperty P ace 'Boyer ,
S 1 x 500. ROOM WANTED
cargi 1/2 on road St- Jamaican couple would
-.Main.iPtionville $1500 like board and lodgings at
Coigr 'ill $300, the. enq of the month. State
Wall' house, 1 storey, 8 particufafs to "Haiti Sun.,
BOAT FOR SALE
Folding Boat with sails in
perfect state. Price $225. See
Curacao Trading Co. imme-
A beautifully f ur n-
ished home in Petion-ville
for rent. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath
rooms,; a I 1 conveniences.
A 3 bedroom comfortable
house is for rent in Petion-
ville from July 15 to Sept.
15th. Tel. 7368 : 2631.
FOR SALE '
A last year model 'sewing
machine in excellent condi-
tion. Reasonable p r i c e.
Packard 1950 4 door Se-
dan in Al condition, Radio
etc. selling at a give-away
price 1400 dollars. Contact
,Haiti Sun, immediately.
Ford 4 door Sedan, runs
well looks are excellent-
beat owner down to 300 dol-
lars. fSee -Haiti Sun.*
UCARFOOT RAY-World's Middleweight Boxing Champion
Sutga, Ray Robinson demonstrates some sweet footwork as he does
mprommptu tap dance aboard a Seine River .boat 'near Paris.
exuberance followed repelpt of an "Oscar of the Ring" during
..a eremoby aboard the boat .... I
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