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 Material Information
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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Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
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V O V .J-I 11 ort -aU l-i. k nce A

HAITI BACKGROUND FOR

BIG PUBLICITY DISPLAY

S. Haiti is entering the 1952 terday to use our tropical re-
; High Fashion picture in' a sort as. background for fa-'
big way. A gtoup bi eleven shion ads in leading United
,top light Ne. York mod- States magazines.
S's, photographers aa re- The Celanese Corporation
'"presentatives of the Ellidg- of America, one "'of the
t con Advertisidg Agency air- world's largest fabric con-
rived' in Port-au-Prince yes-, (Continued .on Page 2)
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..A terrific singer, comdfasn.and individual Don Arres
starring at Thorland and Choucokene here to get to
know Haiti, her music and her people. "


' Don Arres And.Bob Lorraine Trio
O- pen Season At International Club


S,-The new Supper Club at
Thorland- was successfully
launched this week as bne
of the, most populari rendez-


Land Of Enchantment

A Book Which Ictill .Serve'
. As A Valuable Aid In
t Understanding Ha-ti
We have received with
i pleasure uTerre d'Eachante-
"mentsn a delightful novel
:y. Madeleine Lagazy which
describes the life of a French
* woman, or. rather that of a
i Parisienne, who has enjoyed
a happy marriage, to a Hai-
r' tian gentleman.
The book is dedicated to
H, His Excellency President
Magloire, and contains a
preface written by the Hai-
tian author Dantes Belle-
.jarde. It is easy and agree-
:able readitlg. And one feels,
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vous fo; jive-happy.and en-
tertainment 'loving 'Port-au-
Princians.
Don Arres- combined-his
natural flair as a comedian
with a really rousing bari-
(Continued on Page 12).
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SAuthoress Madeleine
Lagazy


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ti SUNDAY, JANUAltY 20th1952 .. No. 1.8

LETTER FROM "DAILY GLEANER" PENALTY .

EDITOR ON RECENT FOOTBALL MATCH OF tHE. WEEK:

January 10, 1952. without cause sought to cre- '


The Editor,
The Haiti Sun, Haiti
Dear. Sir,
As a friend and admirer
of Haiti and .Haitians,. I la-
mert the rancour which has
resulted in Haiti from the
recent football visit to Ja-
maica' I naturally regret
'*to rthar vnour nater has


ate among its influential- .
readers suspicion of the fair- '
ness of the Gleaner's report
on the unfortunate_ second
day's match.
(Continued on Page. 2)

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THE DEATH OF TOURISM -January 15th, it was the col- \ .. ,.
-.Taxi Drivers lapse of a favourite Haitian -4- i
myth .'.. namely that it is 7
The Haiti Sun is not humanly impossible to fin- .'
merely trying to shock peo- ish any piece of construction' Robert. Baussan's 'reputa-
ple .in its running account of ino our fair Republic accord- tion. for beautifying Haiti is.
'the,' effect unscrupulous taxi ing to a timetable set ip ad. well-fou.ided: He came fitffi
drars; tand\ so -, ca lJ.ed vance. a long In" of.architec:s- wid
guidess, are having on our Well, architect Robert only one aoutlandern .. a
(Continued on Page 10). 'Baussan set ote to destroy grandfather who entered thq
'this piece of mythology and law profession. Papa George
SDut A'ist is now happily collecting is still up to his rleckl i&'
amous Dutch Ar bets as a result. The. 14- building plafis at the ageqf
Has Showing room 'addition to his Hotel 7.8 and as ithe son of suc1h d
At Centre d'Art Ibo L616 was open and ready .. vigorous father Baussan had
'-', Dt E for guests just 90 days after more than held his own.- i
CA Dutch artist. Mr. Eelco- (Continued on Page 3) The dapper, well spoke,
C. Leegstra, is climaxing his arhectdap edwel- spoel
three-month stay in Haiti by Deschamps Open An er architect launched'himself
exhibiting a number of His Small Industry the .family profession 2c'
works at the Centre d'Art. years ag with archtec.
The show, which opened Our country's march of rural degree received i1l
Friday, will run until Janu- progress depends a lot upon Port-au-Prince and. a dipl o
ary 28thwi run unti Ja one factor ... whether or not ria from th e Sorb
(Continued on Page 10) the goods, in the. stores are where he spent two years
U' = labelled imported from,, studying City Planning. Like
TIME FOR A WORTHY or manufactured in Haiti.,, most young students ,who go ;
CAUSE Henri Deschamps is a man to. Paris, Robert did not
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nere.s a notel orV eminin
members of the foreign col-
ony who feel time hanging
heavy on their hands during
the morning hours. The
Comite de Bienfience de
I'Hopital General is wel-
coming those who wish to-
join the, sewing circle that
(Continued on Page 11).


Is There A Commission
Of Censorship ?
It is the very warning
published by- our Catholic
daily putting the public on
. guard against such and such
a picture, that draws an im-
mense crowd to the theatre.
This is what happened Sun-
day concerning the film
,Caroline Cheriem on the
,,Rex programme.
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At the Pierre Monosiet opening last Wednesday at Tb':
Centre d'Art. From left to right: Artist Monosiet, Mrs.
Homer Gayne, wife of U.S. Cultural Attache and direm-
tor of the Centre d'Art Deloitt Peters. Pierre Mono..
siet's Show will hang" through till January 24th. .


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HAITI BACKGROUND FOR
BIG PUBLICITY DISPLAY
(Continued from Page 1)

cerns, is sponsoring the fa-
shion display series which
will include five colour pag-
es in Holiday,. a double
page spread in Harper's
Bazaar, and a page each in
Glamour Magazine a ad.
Women's Day. There is a
possibility that some of the
pictures taken during *the
five-day shooting schedule,
in Haiti will also appear in
Life and Saturday Evening
-Post. In addition a 2-minute
Television commercial will
also be filmed using our lo-
cal scenery as the backdrop
for resort wear. Incidentally,
the' Celanese sponsors have
the'hiehest rating o4 any dra
matic television show in
America.
The Haitian government
officials and PAA are doing
their best .to make the visi-


tors' stay an enjoyable one,
not only for business but for
pleasure as well. The St.
Francis Hotel and El Rancho
are playing hosts. The latter
was the scene of a gay cock-
'tail party to welcome the
New Yorkers last evening.
Mrs. Sheelagh Burns is act-
ing as liaison official, seeing
to it that all her friends, in-
cluding photographers Mike
and Steve Elliott, have no
difficulty i n completing
their busy shooting sche-
dule. The Elliott brothers
fell in loye with Haiti dur-
ing a previous visit to the
country and enthusiastically
recommended it as the ideal
spot for making their fa-
shion shots.

It's wonderful publicity
for our small Republic since
it's hard for Americats to
visualize Haiti's beauty with
out the did of a skillfully
operated "colour camera.


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ipent gets there how much you save
that's what countless businessmen are saying

atever your business, t .will pay ou to investigate the many
i aivWatatges which "CLIPPER CAo offers. Not odly do ponr
*-,,' g. ale. ots ,arrive faster, bu. you als7.save s.tbstaitialy, oq packing
insuarance. storage and invento o numerous other expenses.
having spent more than 20 yea ',In developing this important
S... ase, of air. transport, Pan American today delivers millions of
pounds of cargo on swift dependable schedules between all six
s-' otinets. 's the BETTER way tAship' aItoA anything.
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.. As near as your Telephone
One phone call to your nearest PAA Office
will quickly bring you an expert in the air
S, Ptrdnsport ofpf types of cargo.

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Letter From ADaily
Gleaner,) Editor On Recent
Football Match
(Continued from Page 1)

Please persuade your read-
ers to consider these matters
without prejudice or pas-
gion.
The truth is that Thevenin
was regrettably injured be-
cause of his own intrepidity
in seeking to head a ball off
the boots of Coy who with
Thevenin behind him was
taking a back-kick. Coy
could not have done it vici-
ously, because Thevenin
came with a rush from be-
hind him. With Trevenin
injured, the impression of all
the spectators I have inter-
viewed was that the Hai-
tians lost their usual good
temper and played as rough-
ly as the Gleaner report
states. Jamaica is not. bitter
because Haiti played rough-
ly, and the Gleaner in "stat-
,ing exactly what happened
was concerned not with giv-
ing offence to Haiti but in
stating the truth, the 'su-
preme 'duty of any serrous-
newspaper. The fact that on
other days the Gleaner prais-
ed I-aiti does not prove,:the
Gleaner inconsistent b u t
proves the Haitian team was
inconsistent.

Arthur McKenzie who has
fayd fiTV tt4dies for Juni-
'ica against Haiti, and is. a
lover of HIi, on seeing your
report told me I, could quote
hin as saying that the gam&
Haiti ,played that day was'
kbe worst in, infringemdents
.he has seen in 20 years of
football. the referee-should
havt6.teppdd the match, he
says; "" l

Do please let us Yface. the
facts' in friendliness. No
one here has any bitterness
over what happened. Please
see to,-it that the bitterness
over there in Haiti is ende4
and let frank" friendship
reign again. .
Yours sincerely,,
T. E. SEAY,
ditor,


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feuds. We bury the hatchet
gladly and accept the pledge
of friendship offered by our
colleague in Kingiton. How-
ever we'd like to point our
once more there are two
sides to every question.


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take
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PERSONALITY OF THE WEEK.
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'.- .. couple,.Mr. and Mrs. David e'1oxm:-^^'ar +.aeanoxce:;wo. -a.mag
S-Arnold i-emnian, -followed' The SUPER keffrigerator
.*innutes after Pexclain A l
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... -- -, with ehnot r Srervanth or ro-. "ome'
-spend all his time with his 'corner of the Petionville with light over their pri---... ,
head buried in a text book. Place. ,It's one. dof. aiti's vate balcony (all rooms have
-He met and married a pe- nmst colourful. landmarks, em and the view. A soon -
tite and gracious white Rus- causing even the : Holly- as- the constiructors clearedO
sian who has made her mark- woodites to reach for new awayb theirec.ip ment' i hre
as a sculptress and painter. adjectives. way to tel at one
The couple now have two in L946, when the Ha-ian',, thwas
children, 12-year-old Jackie government decided to cre- te o: T.
. ... tropical landscaping, com-
who is attending. St. Louis ate a bureau of tourism, t '
de, Goazaque, and 17-year- was little wonder that it '.r sunken garden, re
:.old Michelle, a beautiful asked the imaginative -archi- moved ainy look of- ,-ra- ,
Brizeu. ness., An impressive en-
'member of the Brizeur.set tecr to serve as the first di- n l e- i -
,. i from t 'h.e .. . .... trance le s .> into tme a c l- ".'S ji. / |ea""
-who graduated from the Mid rector, a post he held for a -i;,nto the addi. .
dlebury school in Connecti- year. The growth of the ..on .wlii ..on, ,ins 'double
S' rooms done in individual ol
cut. last year and is now tak- tourist industry gotainother our, c, n, and ,each
wg. i.... up. a i, our -schemes ,.. and 'each -ni. *'. ? "
ing- up further studies here boost in '49. when Baussan o .om.s ir .e u irnnnO :.
.t h^_ . decided. td.. rebuild'-room has its ownrtuled bath. --WEATINGuHOUSE
at hom... decided to' rebuild and ex- The ting was renarkab ,, -.
If the children...show a pand his lovely home, perch -, sn- -.remarkably
special adaptability ror learn ed hightover the Cul de,Sac -_. h cer,. See it atOUCAR & CO.,'Rue du Fwo Per
ing, it comes naturally.. For into a de-ltxe resort hotel of a-., Antoine Michaud who .::wx wce l. O: ., >:..,
13 years their father was a 18 rooms, the Tbo Ile. '.e- ls, ',n.a empoyee o ./- .--
fr th -,u -e a maussan for two.decades.a"m'e '--." e .j m
professor -at the Port-au- ver a maq to stop. easily, Baussan a
Prince Polyteclifiical 'school- Baussan opt op. y spent, the The windows. aiiil doors T
Among his 'architecture stu- past few monthss expanding. are jalousied,, the decor as U l
dents was Baussant's younger the, Ibo, le.16 bui' he also e- tasteful as the rest of the Ibo . .t:t
t -brother Pierre wh&, is an- conditioned his Furcy, moun- L616 which has won the com-I ." .. ..
other up anid comln- ,,nem- tain reso' A ,The 'Refuge; pliments of,' architects fcom
-ber of Haiti's professional whith is becoming a favour- many parts of the world. In .
'set. We'd like to, pint Qpt ire haunt "of, week-enders all the Petiopville hotel'now "
the rol. of' an architect unddr the aim alle atnage-, has 3" 2 rooms with bath, ...
i thtiscouiitidr is muhi motre meint of Ted Roosevelt. a very good note for the
c where hi job is '.finished .
when ;he- building plans are
approved. Here the atrchi- '
t&ct must be an. engineer and .
anm expert in every branch of
the buildifi trade. He spends,
-about as many. -long hours
at the construction site as,
the workl en and often is
cae td upon to work minor
miracles.
: R~i~g Baussan struck out
alone i on his professional
road. in ,1937 after six years .
in the Public ,Works Depar t- -- .- .- -
ment. But it wasn't until
Sthe war that he got one of
Shis biggest opportunity to
carve a niche in Haitian ,. .





igges .oprtu n hityston" .A ~'" .- oi '1.'
buildiiig. history. A good note jor the growsthf tourism ... the lbo Ldles d
Madime Marini came to additional 14 r homs built in 90 days. '
him with a.desperate appeal. .. .-. .s I ..
'to rebuild her Cabane Chou- .. t
-oune in ope-month's time ho . Ot I iS ..
-so that she could re-open for o L61 Gets 14 More growth of tourism. Its also ts a
t t o r Rooms; construction Fa notable that visitors make-s Onli cents a ver
pomnt of returning to Baus-t \ .... ... '-,. &
carnival season. Baussan's (Co4tinued from Page 1). point of. returning to Bas- -
san's pitruresqqb "Shangri-e
head whirled with plans that ground was broken, for its i. y
-. lhe discarded one after the oth cons.tr on. It's. hard to ore tha s tisfiedgn. e .t .. pa
er. Suddewlyiq the middle o say who was happier, 'Baus-.. R-e .
the night he got his brain- san or hotel manager Andr6 Warari.is lhe m at AI.S ST
storm ... a truly: Haitian de-. Roosevelt, 'who,immediately T Nsf .acicis. te'-mis- at HAI TE
sign f4 a truly Haitia.n night moved into one of thd roomy TO RENT yet dis. ft,- a Tele
. spot. 'He leaped out of bed chambers bag and baggage. Comfortable house with 3 covered, for there is pra; que Bldg. on Grajd' Bu
and worked out the design The paint hardly had time bedrooms located Petion ically no danger in iis
..of the huge thatched- oofed to dry when Dr. and Mrs. Ville. Please. call 2740 be- s. Is n
meringue palace and 2- days Howard Green of. Norwalk, tween 8.30 a.m. to 10.30 0
later that design was stand- Connecticut, eagerly took up a.m. any dqy.' Why harbour rats and throughout Ba
ing in all 'its glory at the their tenancy. A Milwaukee rt

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Perionville is soon to have, BOOM --- BOOM
a modern dispensary. The
aFfve year plan prescribes When we, the people
that such dispensaries will Of Haiti, heard that
be built throughout the Re- Stanley Grayson, the
public by.the Public Works Atomic Bomb of Radio
Department. And, Television was coming
Sourit Bonnard has added To Haiti, we, the people,
aLalignen to his name and Waited with bated breath.
spends his spare time learn-


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play the radio at the sat
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me To reverberate,; the
Constellations to whirl
In their orbits; and
The stars to send forth
Celestial music which
SWe would hear on our,
Radios. And we, the ..
People, were sad because
We had no Television.
On which to see Mr.
Stanley Grayson. f

All this, we, the people,
Expected. We had read o
Much of this Titanic
Tamarin of Television, I
This Lord of the Long
.Waves this Mabdi of the'
Medium Waves, this. Sagra
Of the Short Waves, this
Electronic Eagle of the
I Ether, that we .4xqected'.
I The very air to-crackle,
And become luminescent,
As he passed:
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peared at the window in
great numbers at that hour,
they were told to come back
at-2 o'clock in the afternoon.
At that time they learned
that for independent rea-
sons, of the management,
the" picture ,Caroline Ch&-
tie, would not be presented.
Had the film been forbid-
den ?

It is not our intention to
judge the picture in ques-
tion. But' it is our opinion
that a film can't be forbid-
den without having been
viewed by a commission of
censors. What happened in
this case? Certainly a cen-
sorship .commission was not
able to meer that very Sun-
day and make an'. instan-
.taneous decision on the mat-
ter. Was it the clergymen's
warning that was behind
this action. That's what we
ask ourselves. The Rex Man-
agetient "could give'us the
necessary information.
Briefly, s uc b incidents
such as the withdrawal of
.La RondOn and of aCaro-
line Cherien makes it neces-
sary tp take up the censor-
ship- question seriously and
not leave the issue to mere
whims.
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Ve waited, with bated A lrge group of relatives
Breath, and waited, ad pd j p ends bid a food cBon
Waited, it here ,was Vyge to Minister Ars&ne
No sound of a lnmb. ore when he stepped
S', aard. the plane Tuesday
We, the people of Haii, rning for, a trip to New
Mourned. Our great York where he will under-
, Expectations came to go..a,,medical etaitination.
Naught. There wag sorrow Close friends of the ener-
Mi the land, and sweeping, .getic Minister of the Inte- .
And wailing. For we rior have long been worried
Heard niot eyen the -tlihat his robust health,*ould
Explosion of a little be undermined by hi4 inde-
Firecracker. "' fatigale drive ri carrying
S-. our his heavy official. duties
only the sound of is 'secretary of state for pub-
SEscaping gas, and a ., ilic works and head of Hai-
ick-tock, tick-toc.- ". 'i's nation 4l defense. M.
'The Atonmic Bomb ,was Magloire recently 'returned |
A A peddler of clocks. .. fi6mtna grand tour of inspec-
ition of the Artiboaite Vali
-.,Atomic Bomb of Radio ley; and of the departments
And Television !' 6f-the North and North-"
Shades of Ross Manning,l west.
(And 'all other carnayals. His wife, Madame Ma-
Sgloire, accomrnnied the cabi
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'Atomic Clock ? trip. '.
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Is There. A Commission
Of Censorship ?
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Saturday afternoon. The
lodge tickets went on sale at
10 a-m. Sunday. But when
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':hstar, dust of sleep on .ypur pretty: eyes,-rthese soft,
lacy, luxuritsAs .nighties and pyjanas wilt make you rest,
oh, so much sweeter!: Nothing .so glamorous has ever
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It's a chid little shop stocked
with interesting items ...
-.especially' for the Xmas, gift
hunter. All first quality:
.,-aNamen merchandise from
:'the States.
Cocktail and evening bags
-evening stolen, lovely scar-
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- shower curtains, garment
.' ,bags, 'Hot dishes* for baby
^ .and many useful items for
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HH:ours 9 1 p.m. 3 6.30
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i Sat: 9 a.m., to 6.30 p.m.


Today at 6.15 p.m.
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and-
DEUX SOEUJR VIVAIENT
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Starring Cary Grant, Shirley
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Monday and Wednesday at
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In Technicolour
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Tuesday and Friday at
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Thursday at 6.15 p.m.
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Saturday at 6.15 p.m. and
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WISE and OTHERWISE -might depend on what I had-,
By 1T.J. Grant written during the night..-
yT. J Cran Almost reverently A picked.
up the paper. This is what
SOFT SOAP know about it-, retorted I read:
Marcel Gentil has been Marcel. cA bright girl like.',
rather subdued during the- you can pull the wool over -The banana is the crux.
9 last few weeks. Whether his eyes.- cPdll it over your- of the universe, but the skin
this is due to advancing self,,; she replied, sweetly, is superflous.m .
years, or to the presence in "He's shaving you.,
Haiti of his niece from Paris, xxx I an .only attribute that
I have not been able to de- TOILET SOAP to. the ravages of alcohol on.
termine. My lady, be wary of Cupid, i a once fine brain.
Recently, I have listened And list to the lines of this xxx
to several verbal exchanges verse, LAUNDRY SOAP
between Marcel and -his. To let a fool ,kiss you is stu- I know a man
P niece. As an' impartial judge, pid, Who once went into a
C I am inclined to think Mar- To let a kiss fool you is Crematorium thinking it
bel has at last met his mas. worse. Was a place where he
ter. I know I should have xxx Cquld buy a glass of .
used the feminine there, but Milk. People dressed in
if I had written, uMarcel has, SALT WATER SOAP Black wdre standing
I at last met his '(feminine), Before going to sleep at Around, and soft music
evil minded people would night, and& often when I .1,as:tlayiig. ie does not
- think evil things, and the wake 'during the night, I Yet understand.why they
pure minded would think I. thihk. deeply of the prob- Threw himlt out on his
Swhs trying to be bad again. lems of ihis world, and of Ear when he asked,
English is so ambiguous. my chances in the next. cWhat's' cooking? '
As a form of compensa- With my body at rest,, my xxx
d-.tion, perhaps, Marcel, is, intellect fuhttibns powerful,,
like most old men, becoming ly and magnificently, parti.
r.eminiscent.. .The only tales cularly in that half awake, '
Bie has told me ie&ently hayp half sleep,, state in whi"
had to do with, the days 1y:.s.ubconlscious mind take
when he was young and gay.. control. t
One of them I am going to ..Scnte bf nVy thoughts' at
tell you. I know Marcel these. mes are, unimportant,
won't mind. Part of the ISon o f sthem I would not
charm which 'endears him.to .dare to record. 'But some, s
his friends is 'the fact that feel, should"be preserved fo
$6.00 he can laugh just as much posterity.' So,' I keep a pen-
$7.00 when the joke is on him, as cil and paier .on my beci '-b
00. up when it is on the other fel- side, table in case 'of feedt. '
$2.00 Jow .. ., Last nig has,a stp
He was in a barber shop dou idda. In the rjght hS
ity of ig -New York, getting a it miht. man4ind of t
shave, a lair cut and a mani- war. i .te6 g thi
Scue. The manicure girl cold- ar, ,riti'e' b
uTmS was very pretty. Marced was of an. ersi#ofe. ae it,
lonesomfie. Hie paid the girl good ,will t inqn. Ireol ..
pome flowery compliments to 'cabre it ,t6 the tig ,FOt
.which she seemed to appre- n .Paris. So i reached: r :: most, alw
ciate. Encouraged, he said, and wroe the essence of
Hpow about having' dinner idta on the paperwith tt GIFTS'and SOUVEiJ 'i
.'with me tonight, Baby?,. pencil. T en" fell ,intq.' ,
Il 'm afraid I can't,n she deep sleep.' Located: 'Opposite the |
replied. -My hus band In the morriing Iaw'ok. ':. National-Ban F
wouldrt like. it., 'Yue ,with a. feeling of aprehLel :
husband doesn't L have. to hion. The fate of' mnanity Rue desiricles



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S opinions of foreigner on. 0"1
"Haiti, whether it be those I trs duig The ONSl ,
of Mdaine, Marcilly, a char-. a
acter in a novel, or of the '"
Author of this novel, which$
9i 16nf. tt to the' dme thing. "..
these b6pniotis allow us to
Shook at' Haiti through new.
Sees, since We are too. close$ .
-eo-fenhat m n. to Haitian life to view it
18o"nh nwith detachment. It gives us;!
.' t .he opportunity to look at' .....
pur Republic- in the role of '
(- tJd d fftdm Page 1)" San so simple, frank and the imipartial observer.
S. full of common sense, also. Says Madame Marcilly,$ t
..a pursuing its moving pages 6so cunning when' he feels at Jamais je n'ai vu une racd .'*.
hat Madeleine Lagazy, 'al-. a disdvantage. He is od aussi trgnsfortan e dans le' er ,.-inc itr Se A
a foe e intimate- howevert. A gesture, aind bien com. e ddns le a) afd .
eL sce o mmeT dM Ae re al, GAId ,,.
1i h eswis il leel s word that he feels is sincere dans 'un and dans i'autte, . . AQAz NE ..
'of rItElanlife, that 'she. has- will attach himato you or btl va t aiuiqw'i 'ext8 me. t s :
serve tem. closely d life. Loving-ou, he no lon- cette remarque est frapante, "
Ssympathetkally .. with e. ger ,feels differe ntfront aou, 4' Haiti. THE CONSUL is a car you b n de-'
knstant ideaa i-f reconciling He ,comes to you as a good .. rn forn is o excellent conditions, and thd centre-slung'
Stheir differences and ,miint friend, ,as a. near relative, These reflections are thA Over-7uare, OHV u:n.ps t us s h a
',- .i comon.r....".'e kee jil_.g .of .rtut- aoeala dailyok, o.setin N ,d OeOI.. .E' ., up^oupholstered1 is' ana. y dai-
em ,common dt tll eepig all hrks ulff a dailyobse Packed wih power; and the steering ed to helyou rel s.you 'id
;'-oward Ir gross and tlfc respeeta .. i dfaitiant life adn e during da Traking-.give youa t iTHE CONSUL also ,a lead, in.
-being p t"he Haitikean '.-the author's long s ourin in and gpive response at all ti narties Itsflbline bod..y-styi
. pleo...add# ,e . .s b -i";. bat as
SMichelle Lagny; the hero- afind loves Haitian life. Sihe of understanding and afte prid.g id llffm oi absho 4 S. lfigth Ask yqa toni 1)41w


td6naibiialit t&a$ierest despite 'racial uj education-. ist was es to say'iha t ati. ..A*gA
^ ]fIro m h y I l v "hs bu w d al- a b aeto t k acc i aed t trus H i a ns w o d fin te b n '
Heart are remarkable like .The. ~ nn says tshe, do bt, to stay s what they .
.her owni. She' b Haits ier aco ild bee c6ns ldeard ore art to develop themselves ON r
S"i.gagement wih .a.nan of the workman of manok iodt accdr ing to heir own per-A. .yoW
I her race an4,d lia iM order compa ed 'to the Eurqpean eonal patterns ...Tene BNN W
, so6 marry Cl" sdi'd]?itc the who Is only a purchaser of ".
ee:pts ef.ga humai uan, products without ne- aLand of Ei chaaments is,
Elfrr6ds ...He ieak j back, cessarily knowing noe un- aboveailln book o 'aied att .
to his hdinelahd. "lim book derstanding them, nor even ging the foreigner a better.
'gives a& irst-person. count how to enjoy them. understanding of Haiti an'
f The young Pais hane's tThis is the root of the drawing t e interest of
r:' pes.ions of h r ope.. chaVDB s'.' 1i.i.h ....those who.- would like to
...it.. ; t Q ., s.... g. and. cor-- know a country whose life '
Slex personality of he Hai. is made up of nostalgia for
Slove the Hdpilnlife,,f a personality which so the distanr land of its slave ''"
ays Michelle Lagny. who, eten confuses aiid fr'ightens ancestors adidn- the deep at-. L._'
.Aes -ucome Madaine Ciaude the w-litt man, who is no. traction for the western cul- --=- .
Parcisly. I love the a- yet acclimated to this coun- rure planted in the burning s.
an a -.Ie ultivated lite. I try. soil of this tropical island by 2_
'also kdore the Haitian pea- One likes learning these the French colonials. -* r& ,
,, le WALt EP E A .distribut-or ,,,
5i t te-rt i Q .." "- '" The book will. do much a.
in helping propagandize the ...,
efforts of our country to Seek Out This- Cahi cten Farm. Asd You Woill Be
XW keep step with the progress, -
of modern civilization, pro-
gress of which President Ma-

noteworthy advocates. FOtIt.O .Me M//Q'cE/
'Teat ah & bef' ,auHaiti Journal,.- g h0t t
Shops that the book ofMade'-
"'l A h o inroad in the heart and mindpe-,
of r" .of its readers in the inter-
.ests of true brotherhood and
Rue Bon'e Foi a better world.

translattoe from the Haiti '
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Has now thirty rooms avail able for visitors who will
appreciate the beauty, chat m, friendliness and excellent
service of this Hotel.
On the 1st Friday of every month,

SOIREE DE GALA

, Therefore, February 1st, Evening dress a de rigeur- n.
Special Dinner at $5.00 perhead. Dancing up to Mid-
night. -

Dinner dances every TUESDAY and FRIDAY

Under the same Management :-

Ted. Roosevelt


Wishes to advise his many friends and the General
Public that the

REFUGE IS NOW OPEN AND GOING (GREAT G lUNS !

The REFUGE completely rejuvenated is now equipped
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for persons wishing to stay.
as permanent 'guests.
Tel : 7175.


Castera's Maternity
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Dr. Georges Castera's coam
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dern 12. room Maternity cli.
nic is at your services This
up-to-date ;clinic is located
in the same building a. the'
Pharmacy Castera, opposite
the Telegriph' and Tele.
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Evening


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: Mr. and Mrs. Graham Due back in Port o
.Ioward, of Plantation'Dau- 25th are Mr. and Mrs
phin, have bhad Mr. and Mrs*- Lampson. They will
Phil Smith o&eDenver, Coloe from the i States abba
iado, is. their. housd guests S.S. Pegasus.
or the past' fifteen days. -:0:-
Needless to say Mr. and Mrs. Jacqueline Najac we
iSmith have been widely en- to school in the 'States
detained and they find1Haiti day. ,
to be a truly magic island.' .' -:0:-
i,., many 'films in colour The'Ulrick, Duvivier
ahd motion picture as a fond ily is packing up arid p
remembrance they depart ing tb fly to join Pa
with a sincere hope to return "Mexico City. They ha
gain. -. .., their, departure date a
. ". ,. uary. 7th.
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f Any member of the bache- ..:Dedise Rtoy is to-en
ib" fraternity who chanced' vacation diexr'Friday
. catch 'a glimpse of brde adieu .to her. family
*dith Delva, bridegroom friends and fgo back to
aitude Lebrun and the twen- t it he Hiitian Touris
. bridesmaids, dressed1 in reaui in New. York Cit
thite with coiffure of -o:- '
Xhite flowers,, before the al- Dring Minister,, A
jr& of ,the Sacred hear Magloire's absence, M
church Jn Turgeau last even Luc Fo-che lA 1 ssu
.g, .musrthave made plans duties f Aiiinister tof
rO :.chiange- is fraternity nal Defence, Iqterio
'tVihin thed hear future.' They Public tok. *' "
ade' a beautiful- picture. ".
STie. h ewly 'weds are now up ,', -0:-.' '.
K .KensCscf at the Desrue 'A toti&ist'hwitl'an in
jisoi'honeymooning. ing ucle visited's Hai
M. --:0:- past week. The ..unc
,;,Mr. And Mrs. Jean Verna been known to finish
"e back in town from Hin- hig coffee, the morn i
." .. ",-' per, reach for his d
; -::- book and buy. the mc
i-gl .work e r Elisa- paper for a cool five r
SGuillard arrived here and some odd dollars.
*h urtday from'Kingston. man Newhouse's unc
-:0:- 13 papers, a few rad
afgnaican Evbn Blake, edi-, Television, stations a
.of2 Spotlight magazinee, himself spread across
4rits hes bound for Haiti U.S. today. eTomo
th .a party of friends to said 0. B. Robillard.
in the Madri Gras. -tising Director of the
S:0:-..- who accompanied N
Today .Mr. and Mrs. Ro- on his vacation, .who
iert Duvlvier are to christen he awayadd.'a couple
ei new 'son, Reginald. The boys enjoyed the
Duvivier is the former here at the Thorland
onique Hilaire. national Club.'
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A ,tipotten dropped
that a guest of DaniL
t hon this week is non
\' / than the uncrowned k
S Liechtenstein, a taxiess
try, with no military
and a Police force of
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ahman
knows
more."
!ir stay
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el Ma-
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Mars football fans will ar-
rive; early to get the abetter
positions to watch two ri-.
val teams wrestle for leader-
ship. Excelsior is to play
Perionville. Kick-off time ar
4 p.m. the' game should be
an exciting one.
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Victor Greger Jn. is off to
Jamaica tomorrow to con-
tinue his studies at the Bren-
da Smyth school in King-
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only, is Mrs. C. P. Moody,
wife of engineer contractor
Clarence B. Moody. The-rea-
son Mrs. Moody can only
spare Haiti short infrequent
visits of late is that son Os-
ment has now a flaming red
headed daughter ... and a
new family home is in the
process of being built in
Miami. Mrs. Moody is the'
supervisor in both cases.
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Mr. and Mrs. Melville
Shaw gave a 6 to 8 cocktail
party at their home in Pacot
Thursday evening. Guests of
honour were Mrs. Shaw's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Van
Dyke of Norman, Oklaho-
ma.
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Mrs., Leonidas Beatty Sou-
therland Jn. -is giving a tea


tomorrow evening at 4 at


charming wife offered a
sumptuous buffet supper at
their home in upper Boudon
last' night at 7 p.m.-
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Mr. and Mrs. Felix Jeam
Louis have decided on a
name foj their little king
born Jany. 6th, hitting ,the
scales at eight pounds ... the.
name is Ti Ti Blou or Ti
Blou fils.
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Monday at 3 a.m. Dr. and
Mrs. Pierre Clermotd were
blessed with a son-in-heir..
Mrs. Clermont is the former
Viviane Lilavois.
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The life of a uPapan in The boys of' the old bri- home in Pacot for the teach-
S Haiti has its moments ... in gaden had a friend joii their ers and the women who help
the (aillard family, Papa ranks this week, be is Lio- run the Union, school lib-'
was all movement ... first nel S. d'Adesky of Bois-Ver- rary.
S. he had tdf drop over to see na, who has --been away at :0:.- .
Jean Elie at Etagilb St. Mi- school in .the States. Lionel Andre Saieh and Edward
chel and pn ,son Serge's be- spent aftear at Albany busi- Kawley headed. off to New
-- half make the official de- ness college and now attends York Thursday} on business.
/ mands for daughter Lucien- 'Rider College' in Trentpn, . ..0:--
ite's' hand ... then not a New Jersey. 'He's va&ation- If ybu are- 'interested inr
_month later he.was off again ing at home for three weeks. knowing- the condition of
to see' Evremoni Carri6 to -:0:- the highways between Port-
.ask for the hand of daugh- Last Sunday evening in au-Prince and Cuidad Trg-
ter Gislene,.for son Robert. Petionville there was .-a jillo ... 'ask -either Gerard.
3n the Serge is with the Esso Corn- grand "'bamboche rto.cele- Allen or Capt. Peter, Van
s. Vic pany and Bobby-is chief ac- brate the'birthday ..of Rudy der Burg ... they returtied to
arrive countant of thb Trans-World Dana, son '* Mr.*and Mrs. town rTuesday' evening from /
rd the Trading Co. Eie Dana .. e'iempile.grog', a four day jaunt to C. T. by
and a big whit' .and blue aauto. *
: -:0o:- .iced Uirtidar &ke-, with a :0:-. '
ant off From the snowy North is bonnee' feten and thirep..can- Midnight last night when
Tues- Mrs. Aletander (Rose) Efron dies planted on the top weex abambochipgn at the Casino
who is at present vacations "the features of the. evening. was at its h-eigh't the adjoin-
ing with her daughter and The cake was the present of itg yacht pier wab the scene"
r fam-' son-in-law,, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs .Lily Beyda. Toys were of earnest activity ... a band
repar- Fortune Bogat at 'heir thrill- distributed 'in qiuantity to of adv..eiturers made ready
ipa in ing new mountain residence; all the kids. for the trip, to Ae Isle -of
ve set,. --:O0:-- :0:- Gonave. WVith. Gustaye at
s Feb. M'. Bogat 's"partner IMar- The Count Zorlie agd 'la the: hlim of his yacht or was
eel Gentil, a member of the Comntesse de Zorlie'avec Mile; it Capt'n_ Ace- at the wheel
Office of %Administration of Lidia Agnedina, daughter 'of of his big motor yacht, ...
id het the City Paul Magloire on Milatd Police Chief, arrived (there was little to no moon),
.. bid behalf of his company pre- i town 1lst week-end, Smil- Ekie Lemke,. Jim Echols
y. 'and sented three power laws ing big Count Zorlie noted James Cijsedy, Simon Lan-
work mowers' tb be used to keep with interest the improv'e- 'c.do Slatof Blackeston and
so Bu- .,the lawns of the new work- ments and popularity of his Catlo Ahgeline,,and a num.
y.' ers city in neat and healthy Casino International. ber ofother sijrs,.'slippec
Sconditio i. --:0:- silently off into .the night,
scene g-:0:-" .Mike.Carlo Esso boss here, The? are .eected to return
itister Tec. Sgo Robert L. Wil. is in Ciudad Trujillo this to Port this ifternoo.n
ne the' lett of South Carolina sta- week-end 'attending a meet- .-0:
Natio. 'oihed here' with the Air ing of the Company's dirc- Ihrsday we'Well b' honour
r. and Mission, accompanied by his rors. 'ed by short visir of Latin
Air Mission buddy Master The. Return of the Talanmqs's. America's top singer star,
Sgt. George Saucier devoted Clan . edroVarias. I
Monday evening to celebrat- ". -'-.0--
iterest-, inig his' birthday. T he Back from Boston are Mr. Mr.: and "Mrs. Antoine
ti this uPrande tourn6e ,des ducs,, and Mrs. Andre Talamas and., Talamas 'returned Sunday
l has was the feature of the even- two month old son GlenAn- fobm 3 weeks vacation in
morn- ing. dre. Their new home up the Jamaica.
ng 'pa- -:0:- hill is having the finishing -.0: ,
cheque Mr. Frank. ilson enter- touches put to itt: M r.and'Mr. Frossi Lahas
morning stained; ;oyally friends from -:0:- ;. the couple who really
nilli6n Kingston and the U. S. last Rene Talamas returned, knowv how when it comes to
.Naih- week-end. 'Sunday he show- from holidays- and getting .dancing, did a little quiet
:le has ed the sights (from Furcy himself engaged in King- celebrating Thursday ... it
io and down) to Mr. and Mrs. Sani ston, Jamaica, Monday, a?' was Mrs. Laham's birthday
ill to of 'Jamaica, Hazel McfKay of board the S.S. Nuevo Domi- anniversary.
s the Brooklyn and friends. They nicano. --:0:-
rrtow were stopping here at the -:0:- David Post, 2nd secretary
Adver- Hotel Riviera. In town for a few days at tho TT U mhacv.r andti i






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TiHE DEATH .OF TOURISM
...- Taxi Drivers -...
(Continued from Page 1)

growing tourist industry.
Rather we are attempting to
protect the industry as well
' as the honest, workers who
depend upon the tourists for
their income by exposing the
dangers that lie in uncon-
trolled soliciting and unfair
rates.
As a matter of fact your
Editor was shocked by the
number of complaints r6ceiv
ed from visitors to Haiti on
this' issue. Our space limi-
tations only perminits the pub-
lication of -two letters this
week.

Majestic "Hotel,
Jan. 15, 1952.
The Editor of the Sun,. ;
Dear Sir: ..
S First we wish to tell you
Btow mutch we 'enjoyed our
ithee w,e-ks 'in 1ovely'-aitil.
We found on the whole both
the' Haitians and Haiti
friendly 'and' more than in-
teresting. '
It s6eiis however, that the,
getferal complaint of. mostly
of the tourists we'have met
Sis the constant accosting by
--beggars of all ages and the
tinqualified guidg, who 'fol-
low one' for blocks persist-
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enrly offering their services.
When refused, they insist on
being paid anyway for those
services which were neither
rendered nor wanted.
As a matter of fact, some
of Our friends have refused
to do their planned shopping
and cut their stay short due
to this annoyance.
We sincerely hope 'that
this condition can be correct-
ed to the advantage of both
the tourists and the people.
Hoping to be back in Hai-
ti in the near future, we are
-Sincerely,
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Rubin
601 W. 115 St.
New 'ork, 25,'N. Y.


January l'4th 1952.
Haiti Sun
Port-au-Prince,'
Haiti. '
Dear Mr. Diederich:
There is a tragic tendency
beginning in Haiti which
concerns the tourist's im-
pression'o your country.' I
have seen this, same'mani-
festation' for the-. past few
months and wish to call it
to..the attention of the pro-
per authorities. Visitors to
Haiti are surrounded, by per.
sons selling wares who in-
sist to the' point wheri the
visimr ic renlced An nd.i-n


,"HAITI SUN SUNDAY, JANUARY 20th'

Sally buys nothing. And there Haitian American goods build needed small in1
are t h e self appointed ,Institute Opens dustries and he found even .
"Guides, who beseige the Nw Tr ler 'the lowljy clip' an excellent
visitor like, flies. These ac- opportunity to show that1
tons will give fHaiti a bad t meste. Haiti can successfully com-
name if continued at their A ew pee with foreign products
early this month at, the Hai .
present pace. s month. with goods made on her
tian A m erican spi ritute. w i h .,s m- ".-
Another cause for corn- own soil.
t.i.e regular English, and .
plaint from tourists is the 'e, English. and Recently Deschamps in-'.
Frepch courses continued in- "
practise of random cab drive. re courses cont n- stalled a. costly German maA-
to fhder fourth mopthtada
ters who receive commissions- .t r fo.. moh d a. chine .that turns out 7,26dM
from merchants at the ex-. aeg Eng '"h.:'- '-Haitian-made paper clips an.
es started Monday the 14th...
pense of the tourist. They the hour. W bought a box oft, 4
Haitian people are honest Thisclass will meet the de- 100 for 17 cents. The impor-.'
mands of students who do
and sincere andmost tour f tue who ted- variety: cost one quarter
not have sufficient English a b
'ists have the opportunity of and seemed! to be inferior.to,
meeting only cab drivers and to enter one of the classes the local variety. It is,,easy
salespeople. Their impres- under way. to see. the-savings available
sion is worth its weight in The D sector ..p Corses to firms buying by the gross."
good will and gold. Why at. the Institute, Mr. Echols, But .all too-often. local pur..'
ieoparde it? This should announced: also that a new chasers take ithe forengnc
S teacher has- joined the In- d b pe
be stopped nrw by-punigive ,' as goods by preference wI
stitut e staff. Miss Ginette
measures toprotect tourists, o aff M Ginette investigations nmista ,c
merchants, and Haiti's good Bourjoll? will conduct the. inglv. sticking to the theon4
name.'. children's English class. She b e a
name. .at .ust because a produc 2
is-sa specialist' in working a j
Respectfully, "'. .s aliSC, in gis imported it is superior. -
VINCENT LIVELLT, wirh children in'-the lan- "
VINCENT LIVELLI; '' ec.u .i
Cruise Director, guage fie- av taught,. Mason Deschamps ,.
,F rench to English speaking d
S.S. cNuev6 Dominicanob. .. E gh -. eqds tq do its best "to' comn-
-- .. children in Miss Jacqqeliq hbat this false theory by man
;, Turian's nursery school and facturidg moi.aicles
KINDERGARTEN, having. pent considerable ing added' opportunity t"-
PARENTS: Located in ,-me in- the .J.. $, and. Cati- Haitia. wo.ke~s and cutting
Petonville at .Tte de. 1'Eau ,ada. This class, begun Iast down the drain on the cotn-
is the first class Iindergar- October, will he developed ys dollar, reserve.-
'i- 1 -" _1 L doll .reserve.


ten run ny Mivaaame Luci
Scott. The school 'is high
recommended for. childri
who wish to learn eleme
tary music...,,, .. . ,
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ly children. from 8 to 13 and ? a .
en will contain teaching me- famous utch Artist
n-,. theds aimed at holding th"e tas, S ing
interest of children, through At Centre d'At i
graphic arts .a".4id children's -" i
"s .... r- ,* d c h*en's (Continued from Page 1f''
books. ,-' ,bool. ,* -
The cultural activities of Mr..,Leegsti' and his .,yi
the Institute re-commnience are. rerniHg to Holland
S0n Friday, January, ,11th ext week afitet a long'visil
with lecture Iy Mr; M]ax with their son and dauglterA
SWilospn who.h s6nke, of hi in-law., Son. Dick .is tlhe
work.!i a progressive school General Manager of the C
i ,V.rmonot. gr:-Wilson was racao Tradinig Compny
ai.fcduced 'by the DIrector, here. ,
Mr James. Cassedy,,, who '. The- Amsterdam
mentioned his special inter- is aY.raduate' of the RoyDa
*est in e lectureke and the .Acdemy ,f Beaux Arts and
accompanyingg, slides since.a.a well-knpown authority
,.th he-aQ Mr,:Casedy at. book illustrations.. He,
tended Middlebury Colleg bothh oils and water-cld
in. Vermont .and have many to portray, the, characteristic
'ties in that State. trais of,.the" people. int.,
*e .. ... . .. lands 'he has visited;' Besidj
.. .. paintingg Haitian scenes4 "
S.,'-, ?. i '.' also has, painted ,in' France
.. scap ,open Anolher Bgium and Spaih. His exhi
Small Industry x, b bition here- ill.beun'der the
(Coaithbed from Page 1) pastonage7- of Mr..Purgers
~ the.'CopsulGenerat'of'Ho
"wo "is out to eplacb the. 'land. & critic of the show
former labe'.with the latter, wvl appear in our .next is
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'., i. ., '. ; 7
U. S. Ambassador
Andd Party Nabe
Ciladelle Trip
United States Ambassador
:and Mrs. Howard K. Tra-
vers piloted by Colonel Ro-
"bert Mason and Mrs.-Mason,
and co-pilot Lt. Colonel
; 'William Pitts and Mrs. Pitts
of the U. S. Military At-
tach6 few to Cap-Haitien
January 6 and made Hotel
'Christpphe their headquart-
ers for the night. ,January
7, they went to the Citadel
Astride horses and mules. De-
f spite the ruggedness of the
journey they all acclaimed it
"'-well worth it' as they were
much in awe of viewing
such an. historical site. Un-
'forttrnately the anag, on
i' -fwhich the very robust co-pi-
lot William Pitts was a-
,stride shied and threw the
rider but, to no ill effects
.apparent aside from a few
'bruises which might have
|: developed after a day or so.
... Despite- the fatigue that
usually follows the trip to
T he C;tadelle the entire di-
'plomatic nartv flew to La
tPlantation Dauphin in the
latee afternoon of the same
day. At the sumptuous cock
retail party at the home of
D..-Dauphifi's Manager and Mrs.
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952 ,aHAITI SUN


Don Lungwitz the planta-
tion's American personnel
noticed that Mr. Ambassa-
dor and his party preferred
'to stand. The latter had to
,fit, 'however, when they
were scattered about to be
entertained at the homes of
Mr. and Mrs. Andr6 De Cop-
net and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Hougli to dine '
Before Ambassador and
Mrs. Travers departed' on
January 8 for Port-au-
Prince, they and the staff
were guided on a tour to
witness the many jobsn in
,the fields, shops and fac-
tories of La Plantation Dau-
phin. '

The S. S. Nuevo. Domini-
cano after an abseneq of two
months commenced her sche-
dule to P-au-P Monday. Ar-
riving at 7 a-m..the tourist
.vessel sailed at midnight the
same. day. Persons 'who had
occasion to visit 'the 'ship
during its stay in Port, all.
agreed that things were cer-
tainly not .the same without'
Otto. the,well known and
1'ked ship's Purser. Someone
was heard to,sum up Otto's
absence with the old phrase
(you realize his value when
he's not around.,


TIME FOR A WORTHY
CAUSE
(Continued from Page 1)

meets e ver y Wednesdayl
morning to make blankets,,
sheets and baby clothing for'
the nurseries at tihe General!
Hospital. .
It falls.to. the lot of the9 E
First Lady of the Republic tog
head and organize this group6
which has been carrying ont
this worthwhile charity for9 -
the past 15 years. Madame.
Paul, Magloire is making the
group more1 international
1han ever before and 'it is
hoped that all members oft
the foreign colony who cant
spare the Time will join in ',
the enterprise. I

Mrs. Howard Travers,.
wife of" the United Statesj
Ambassador, has opened her1
home to 'the ,sewing circle.,9
On Wednesday, Januaryl1
9, the fund-raising coqmmiti
tee met, at the home of Colo-
nel Robert Smith to discuss'.
'ways to. finance the work oft
the ,Comite de Bienfiencel
,de I'Hopital Ge i.e r a l.,
Those present were Madame"
Clement Magloire, Madame.
Paul Rey, Mrs. Travers, Mrs.,
Arland Smith, 'Mrs. Vancel
'Rogers and Mrs. Charles
, !ac~eil. "
Among those who' have
been devoting their *Wednes- .
day. mornings to sewig. for
.the chilriirn are: Mrs. Tra-
vers, Ns.' Lious,Macs, Mrs.
0. N iea rs. a
s. JAtiues Etienrie, Mr's,"
Harold Morrison, Mrs. Ar-
latid Sdfifi, Mrs. L ubeaupt
Mrs Vace' Rogrs, 1rs V
Sdhif, 1W'M Chart'i MacNeil.
add MNis. Ch1ares Leconte.

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cone to provide a musical
programme that is as much
fun to watch as to listen to.
His uGranadam would have
taken any roof off but luck-.
ily Bill Vrooman made the
sky the limit by placing the
barrel-chested singer in the
outdoor patio where he
could make full use of his
lung capacity. The Arres


version of aLove you, Love
you, Love young was delight-
ful proof that a romantic
singer is at his best when
he doesn't take himself seri-
ously.
We might add that Don
is a triple-threat man as far
as languages are concerned.
He can roll his cR's, with
the best of the Espagnols and
then- switch -into French and


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English without murdering
either.
Linguistic facility was .al-
so a strong point of the Bob
Lorraine Trio whose French-
Canadian background made
them particularly 'adaptable
for audiences in Haiti. The
boys had plenty on the ball
to start with and were will-1
ing to give it without stint-
ing. Their ,arrangements
were excellent, their pro-i
g&imme varied t and their
rhythm the kind that sets all
shoulders twitching. ,
We heartily' recommends
these musicians as a refresh-
ine innovation.
Thorland's picturesque set
'ting added much to the gla-
mour of the Suppjer Club's
aPremiere), held under the
eaily lit trees surrounding
*he outdoor bar and pool. TH
Some 200 Thorland members THE
and their guests attended the
preview performance Wed- Ad r
nesday, evening and many.
more turned out Thuirsday L
* For the Grand Openinfg. The 'Ac
oiel-c voted, the Vroomans
hiohlv' successfull .t a I e n t Frenc
scouts. J

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|fionths at Howard Univer-I
Isity in Washington, D. C.S,
hIas opened a new modern ,
Clinic here., Th
9 Dr. Mioglio's clinic i .
gequlpped with'the mostuP' - -
to-date equipment used inALLEN
Dentistry, today even al
compete X-ray machine.
The clinic is located at
INo. 143 Rue Dr.- Aubry,
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