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


Port-au-Prince


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SUNDAY. MARCH 9th 1952


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BRIEF BIOGRAPHIES OF

NEW MEN IN CABINET


PARACELSE PELISSIER,.
Secretary of State of the In-
terior, of National Defense,1
and of Justice.
SBorn in Gonaives, Sept.
S12, 1889. Graduated from
.i. the Lycee Fabre Geffrird
t:4 Where he taright Literature
tj;'for 15 ybars. In 1926 he
i 4ft the Lycee to become edu-
; cation :supervisor of the
Gonaives district, a post he
:o held for four years. In 1922
M M. Pelissier received his law'
Degree from the 'free law
school, at Cap Haitien and
for -30 years served as coun-
Mr. Albert Etheart, Secrb- seller f t. Brauof
-,lier-. th.6 Barreau 'or
,.ary of $Hfafor oitl*. AP-Gpnalves. He was a mem-
ftres a-dt et gi o. 'l o"f the city council in iis
riative city in .1930, govern-
(Continued 'on Page 10)

'CAPTAIN. LATAILLADE
,. MAN OF THE WEEK
The Haiti S}un would like
S nominate as Man, of the
Week the popular Captaini
Roland Lataillade, new un-


der secretary of state to the
Department of the Interior,
whose appointment brought
out an army of well-wishers
in a' half-dozen gala recep-
tions' in his honour.
The dabane .Choucoune
was the scene of ,one of the
land Lataillade, Un- most impressive affairs when
,etary of State for the Colonel Prosper, commander
and National De- of the Police Military, De-
partment, held a. reception
Sfor the new Secretary and
S(Continued on Page 2)

Hi-De-Ho King Has
Haitian Drummer
In Orchestra


Mr. Alexandre Dominique.
Secretary of State for Fi-
nance and National Econo-
my.


An enthusiastic crowd ga-
,thered under the thatched
roof of the Cabane Chou-
coune Wednesday night to
dance to the sultry rhythms
of Cab Calloway. The Hi-
De-Ho King concentrated on
such old favourites as his
famous ,Minnie the Moo-
chern and ,"Blues in the
Night", sending the Ameri-
cans present into nostalgic
trances. The Haitian audi-
ence was without a doubt
(Continued on Page 12)


92 U. S. NEGRO WOMEN BEAUTY

SHOP OWNERS-OPERATORS VISIT HAITI ,nn a1t

Today some 92 degro Mrs. Spraggs will write a
beauty shop owners and ope- full account of the trip made
rators flew back tp the Uni- to 'permit the ,exchange of .
ted: States after an exciting ideas "between Haitian and .'8.1': -'
three-day 'stay -in, Haiti. American women on prob- '.'
With them flew one of Hai- .dems of health, education, .. *


ki's greatest boosters,
dame Venice Tipton-Sp
Washington writer fo
negro newspaper The
cago Defender and Pres
of the Friends of Haiti
mittee in the U.SI' Cqpi

,6MORE TOURISTS
TlAN EVER BEFORE

This week end Hai
probably entertaining tl
gest influx of visitors.
General Tecleir and
army descended on our
without an invitation.
SHowever the preset
vasion is looked forwa
with pleasure and the
come mats were out' th.
out the Port-au-Prince
The great white tide pc
through the streets ol
Capital is the mania
aboard three American
ships that anchored i
harbour yesterday.
The U.S.S. Missouri
Big Mo as she is affe
(Continued on Page


, Ma- (Co Oimued on Pge' 2) .
raggs -
r the il stF RENCH
Chi-M AF TRENCH
hi-, SHIPPING LINE HERE
sidenr
Corn- The hed .of, the Gederal -'y
tal. Transatlantic Shipping Coa
pany, M. Jear Marie, arriv-
ed from Caracas yesterday to
spend, 24 hours in the Hai-
cian Capital. The shipping .
ti. is official is- accompanied byi -Haiti is a. do W"!
he ig 'M. XeliK -LachequesHeura, s-gir-a4d -'&
since theg comrpay's.e repesentative, natural l eaut, ,ts f
Ships in the Caribbean arei. It is mate and its wealth of' ta
horses the first time in. a half cen- wbod aod other working !.
tury that Haiti has been hon Ler:al al[ a;e great asserts*'
(Continued ods age 2) far as architects andc.n0 "?e
nt i- rior decorating pre coaeroa
ard to INSTALLATION OF NEW ed, And Max: Ewald4 is '
wel- ABIET BERS man whoa believes in mikin'.
rough the most of..them. A
area. Thisweei has bee an. The 40-year-old architecdff '
during the extremely busy one in Gov- and furniture designer iv
eminent" circles,. There 'were one of the Republic's fore'
power a series of solemn ceremonies most advocates of the caaor
ar installing members of ihe paign to stamp outithe idei:
n thenew cabinet. And there were that something of foreign,
origin is naturally better
gay rounds of social func- origin is naturly better
i. (or tions welcoming the addi- than sqmethings of local
otinn- tions to the P residents offi- origin.


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Exhibition Of Haitian
Painting In Mexico City

by Peggy Munoz"
Thursday evening, Feb-
ruary 7, saw the gala open-
'ing at .the 'Galeria Regdr,
Lisboa No. 60, of a fascinat-
ing exhibit of Haitian pri-
mitives under the sponsor-
ship of M. Rene Jeanty, Am-
bassador from Haiti in Mex-
ico. The collection, which
consists mainly of oils, will
be open to the public
through March 13th.
The visitors to the Gale-
ria Reger will immediately
be charmed by the brilliant
colours and almost childlike
naivete inherent in these
paintings. Jasmin Joseph's
",Meeting of the Catsn is
(Continued on Page 6)


cial family.
The new Secretary of State
of the Presidency, Mr. Mau-
clair Zephirin,'was the last
(Continued on Page 3)

Fatima Tour
by Louis dTEnnery Dejoie II


Louis Dejoie II suggests it
happen annually like in
Spain, Portugal and France.


Though he was educated
in Paris, Max Ewald uses the
Haitian motif -and Haitian
.products to highlight his de-
(Continued on Page 11)

Of The South


Les Cayes Scene Of Religious
Revival.

Last Thursday, the Cathe-
dral at Les Cayes witnessed
the climax of a prolonged
tour of Our Lady of Fatima
,in several parishes along the
southern coast pf Haiti. .At
a Midnight Pontifical 'Higb
Mass in the Cathedral filled
to overflowing with faith-
ful from all walks of life,
Most Reverend Jean-Louis
Collisnon. OMI. reviewed
briefly the manifold bless-
(Continued on Page 7)


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Mr. Rol
der Seer
Interior
fense.


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CAPTAIN LATAILLADE
MAN OF THE WEEK
(Continued from Page I)


Under-Secretary of the Inte-
rior at 1 p.m. last.Saturday.
Top officials of military,
government and civic circles
. were on hand to drink a
champagne toast to Minister
Pelissier and his new Under-
secretary Roland Lataillade.
The following day Colo-
nel Stephen Wooley offered
a reception for his brother-
in-arms and the new Minis-
teir with whom he would un
dertake the task of cement-
ing the National Defense.
SThe 43-year-old Captain
'has a background which
makes him well-fitted for
the task. After serving as
Secretary of the Haitian army
at his home city of Jer6mie,
Slie was transferred to Port-
iau-Prince in 1935 and was
'commissioned an officer 7
years later. He was serving


as secretary of the Chief of
Police in the Haitian Capital
in 1944 when Captain Paul
Magloire was named Com-
mandant of the District. In
1946, he was named Chief
of the President's Military
Cabinet ... a post he still
held when called to take
part in the government.
The Port-au-Prince press
was lavish in its praise of
the new appointee.
Said Le Matin ... he is the
sort of military official who
respects human rights ... a
man who is not only devoted
:to his duties but also has a
_great capacity for work.
Said the Les Cayes page
of La Denmocratie ... We re-
call Captain Laraillade as a
distinguished and affable of-
ficer and rejoice in his ap-
pointment to such an im-


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portant post.
Some of the most heart-
felt praise came from the
President himself. Said Colo-
nel Magloire ... You have
shown youreslf to be a dig-
nified and loyal servant of
your country during your
military career and I have
every confidence that you
will continue to display the
same devotion to your new
Dost.


BEACHCOMBER
Aux Orchidees has a dis-
tinctly literary flavour these
days. Michael Berry, noted
writer and cartoonist is pay-
ing a return visit to Pat
Wiedeman's popular tropi-
cal inn with his sister Mar-
got Michaelis. You've pro-
bably chuckled over some of
the Berry offerings in Col-
liers, Pictorial Review and
Holiday Magazines.
Playwright Victor Wolfson


in between junkets to ga-
ther material on Haiti. Since
Mr. Wolfson not only writes
plays but also novels, scena-
rios and stories for The New
Yorker, we can't predict
just what literary master-
piece his Haitian notes will
land in ... but we predict it
will be another welcome ad-
dition to Our Republic's
,4Know Haiti, campaign.


92 U.S. Negro Women is also soaking up some sun
Beauty Shop Owners beside Orchidee's green pool,
Operators Visit Haiti
(Continued from Page 1)
FRESH CAMELS
homemaking etc. as well as
to strengthen the ties of FLOWN IN BY PAA
friendship between the col-
oured women of the United9
States and their sisters of
Haiti.,,
Friday morning the Secre-
tary of Commerce, Jules Do,-.
mond, headed a discussion
group at the Haitian-Ameri-I 9
can Institute with a talk on
the Prospects of Businesst
-Women in Haiti. At a meet-,
ing Friday evening the group f
was addressed by' Joseph
Charles, Secretary of Natio-.
nal Education and Jeant -
Brierre, noted poet and mem
ber of the Government Coun i
cil. Many eminent women
of Haiti also participated in ,E
*the talks.I
Thursday evening the Pre- .
sident and Madame Magloire
entertained the visitors at af
reception in the National
Palace," the high point of9
their trip. As.a way of saying BUY YOUR FRESH
thank you, the.beauty cul-. CARTON TODAY
ture association plans to of-4
fer some scholarships to Hai- .
rian students who are inter-
,esred in becoming coiffure
Artists. A committee, headed THORLAND
by Madame Magloire, will be
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HEAD OF FRENCH
SHIPPING LINE HERE
(Contisned from Page I)
poured by a visit of the he
of the large French mari-
time company whose boats
have formed an important
link between Haiti and the
outside world.
George Charpentier, Ship
ping agent, held a luncheon
in honour of the distinguish
ed visitor soon after his ar-
rival at 12.30 p.m. French
Ambassador Ludovic Chan-
cel and his wife were pre-
sent. Last night M. Marie
was entertained at a dinner
'r Manoire des Lauriers, the
home of the French Ambas-
sador. Today at 11 a.m. he
will meet members of the
Port au Prince society at a
-*rPCtion given at Le Per-
choir.
The ShipDine executive
rnn'rl.a call on President Ma-
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INSTALLATION OF NEW
CABINET MEMBERS
(Continued from Page 1)


demy in Lexington, Mis-
souri. They are taking a
Southerland Tour of Haiti
under thb guidance of Colo-
nol Wycoff. Their headquar'
ters, the Riviera Hotel.
Other week-end visitors
are 40 passengers brought to
.Haiti by the Resort- Air
lines and a contingent of 93'
American n e g r o beauty
-school owners and. teachers
who hopped aboard .,PAA
clippers after their. conven-
tion in Miami.
'The influx of tourists
willb e sharply increased to-
morrow when two cruise
Ships hit ;port. The New Am-
sterdam is bringing some 700
sightbeers including more
Than .100 representatives of
Moterola.. A luncheon and.
folklore show at the ,Cabane
Choucoune is on the enter-
.ainmeit agenda.
S-And last but not least,
there is, the Ndevo Domini-
cano with another group of
* visitors from Miachi. The
i Dominican cruise ship sails.
..Monday at midnight.


official to be sworn into of-
fice. The ceremony took
place Thursday morning
some hours after he had ar-
rived from Rome, where he
had: been serving as Haitian
Ambassador. '


Upon his return the jour-
nalist-diplomat learned that-
M. Clovis Desinor had been
named as" his Secretary Gen-
eral to aid him in the min-
Sisterial post. The investi-!
ture of Minister Zephrin was
conducted by 'M. Clement;
Jumelle, who had been car-
rying on his official duties
until the, new Secretary of
the Presidency could return
home.
Other members of the
Cabinet were installed in of-
fice last Saturday morning,
with outgoing cabinet mem-
bers officiating at 'the cere-
monies--Following the inves-
tures, the President and Ma-
dame Paul Magloire receiv-
ed the new ministers at the
Palace.


-,'* Carnival Pries 'At the Haitian-, -, .*--
American Institute Vampire's Going South
SThe gala float of La Fia-
Sture ra w theranwd Heor ,s the Grd H weekly. sche-. . ,
t'" rix handed' oit 1bl the ]e-.h dle ht ie/ Haitian-Ameri- Evert 'i se
Everything is set all
lite for the 195,2 Carnivak- can 'Iuitit' has been ,c irmed ... the
S ., i .' town of Petit-"Goave anxi-
SThe Aroyo tbaid won a FridSy, Mach 14- M. Ju g, ..e y. ..ve 'i
The Aroyb Wuid 'won a """'Mar&' T ..1 ,1- I o- u awaits the geat' day...
200 dollar prte for the. lien Lautupill talk on In- Marc 16y .. the day st
gayest group'of the paraders. nernatinl House. aside for the arriva f the
S.The Haitian Chamber of Radio Programe iVampires ..a who are to
SCommerce also awarded 100 Wednesday, March 12 ake the. fid against th
: dollars to the Orthopinic Amercan Folklore Music. Pirate fd,. against the
G...B. as the band ala plus Exhibits at the year. T
Ephraique,. Trio John's Jar MondaytoFriday, March ampire m ade up of
bath Rey received 50 dollars 10th to 14th Photo' dis- he physically ale custom-
as the winner of the cos- lay of American Public ers of Ti Coq Black Cat
tuned bicycle group and the Libraries and American Folk Boutique are as follows: G
pqor" chap with the huge lore Music. Lasseuge, P. Thevenin (Cap-
Lasseuge, P. Thevenin (Cap-
tongue who was unable to Librarybooks recently ac- ain), J. Beaulieu, R. Wolff,
eat his crust of bread won quired by the Institute in- R. Biamby, G. Victor, A.
Another 50 dollars- for the fude Early Stories by Eliza- Douyon. R. Duviella C
Best masquerader 6n foot. .beth Bown (in English); Rouzier,'A. Larco, J. Batra-
SOver three thousand dol- Madame Bovary by Gustive ville, C. Argelucci, L. Ja-
.Irs,. ini prizes were award- Faubert (in French); as well dotte, F. Victor. Non play.
lea to some 50 participants as two. books for children, ers: President, Guy D. Blan-
in ;the Carnival and lovely The Men Who dave Us chard; Delegate, Robert E.
gifs -were awarded each of Wines by Rose Cohen and Roy; Secretary, Morel Staco;
theree queens by leading busi- Aneria Then and Now by Treasurer, Fritz Larco.
'ness houses. FAna McGuire (both in Eng- -::-
l:ish).


The boys are beginning -:0:-
to discover hidden illness The Junior football team
Dr. Fanny Goldenberg hiss of St. Louis de Gonzague is
'just taken over Dr. Manes- going up to,'play the *Cap,
Liautaud practice. over Easter.

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A group of localites are
planning a day at the Domi-
nican border town of Gima-
ni for the 22nd of this
month.


MORE TOURISTS
THAN EVER BEFOE--
(Continued from Page 2)


BEACHCONI B


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No Power Monday

,Port au Princians found
out .bow importantt electri-
cit has become in their
da4ly living last Monday
when a short circuit and
fire at zhe Light Plant cut
off current to most of the
homes and buildings in the
Haitian Capital. Resort ho-
-trs held their breath as they
eyed the perishable food
stored in their huge refri-
terators but happily the
current was turned on again
in advance of the evening
meal.


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Sorry No Credit Line

The Haiti Sun regrets
that in its rush to make a
full report of the Carnival
it omitted giving Photo-
grapher Louis Doret credit
for his three excellent pic-
tures of Carnival shindigs
at the Cap and the four pho-
tos of Mardi Gras scenes in
Port au Prince. Our apolo-
gies, Louis.

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New Position
Arsene Magloire was in-
stalled as a new member of
the BNRH Administrative
Council Wednesday at cere-
monies in the Bank's confer-
ence chamber. The ex-Min-
ister of the Interior is a man
who is well-versed in the
study of high finance and is
especially well-informed on
the problems of the Haitian
economy.


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Photography Club
At The Haitian-
American Institute
A photography Club
being organized at the Hai-
tian American Institute ,will
hold its first meeting at the
Institute on Tuesday, March
Slth at 8 p.m. and will in-
clude an announcement of
tentative plans and a small
display of Institute and Hai-
tian photographs.
The group, under the su-
per;vision of Mr. James
Echols, director of Courses,
assisted by Mr. Robert Bre-
iton, an Institute member
who has recently finished a
course with' the New, York
Institute of Photography
will hold regular meetings
to discuss various aspects of
photography,' display works
of various local photogra-
phers and members of the
group, and practical experi-
ence with field trips and
portraiture.
The Institute already has
some equipment including
one projector for prints,
three slide projectors, a con-
tact printer and flood lamps.
As interest increases' it is
hoped that more equipment
may be obtained and a dark
room set up. 'Meetings will
be conducted bi-lingually so
that both American and
Haitian members, may pro-
fit from .the material pre-
sented. '
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The drink kiss me quick
the discovery of a youngster
at the Bigio Twin's (Dvaid
and Ben) birthday party
February 26th is gaining po-
pularity.
Twenty-one 'girls under
the leadership of. Madame.
Dady Dominique have or-
'ganized a Basketball and
SVolleyball team called -Tri-
umph ,,
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aMaison du Livren, is soon
to change hands ... the new
Proprietor is said to be Me..
jWXestern Dauphin of Library
Stella.
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Charming to say the least
the boys agree ... Tuesday
Micheline Blanc"arrived here
at Hotel Charmp de Mars for
ten days vacation. From Co-
lombia Miss Blanc is a friend
of the Borno family.
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ti Joseph report


Wednesday was -christen-
ing day for young Gilbert
Mangones, son of Captain
and Mrs. Lucien Mangones.
God father and God mother
were Lieut. Gaston Mango-
nes and Michele Roy. The
ceremony took place at the
Sacre Coeur in Turgeau.

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Sunday last Mr. Caldwell,
Chief of Scisp few to Wash-
ington on fifteen days offi-
cial business.
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Happy to be an Uncle
Axel Etheart a little over
zealous' in his praise for his
niece Michele stated' to
friends on the boulevard this
week that she is gaming
weight fast .... a poudd a
day in fact ... disclose the
brand of the wondeL feed
and we'll all get rich, cho-
rused the boys.

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Young. Joseph Thevenin
is back with his family since
last Sunday.

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br. and Mrs. Merrill
Moore. of Boston spent sev-
eral days here at the Thor-
land Club this past week and
as a guest of your'reporter'
viewed all lthe touristic
points of interest about the
Capital. A well known Head
Specialist, poet and writer,


La Paloma On The Dock

After two weeks on the
muddy harbour bottom the
La Paloma left her year'old
moorings Wednesday with
the assistance of the floating
crane of the Public Works
Dept. and a Coast Guard
craft. The mystery ship now
rests on the Marine Railway
at the Bizoton Coast Guard
repair base undergoing a
check up clean up.
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The red-slirt Tambbur
Cigarette group it is dis-
closed guzzeled a wholecase
of champagne awarded them
by the Curacao Trading Co.
(agents of Camel cigarettes)
the night following the Mar
di Gras. That firm showed
a great spirit of competition
... and the boys said 'th-y
felt the -spirit .... the morn-
ing after.
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Jacques Laroche has giv-
en up the key of 'the Expo-
sition for Lent.
0-::-
Mrs. Albert Silvera cele-
brates her birthday on the
24th.
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Sylvian Barnet Jn. of the
New York Herald Tribund
spent three days here this
week at the Ibo Lele with
his bright young wife.
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Dr. Moore is unpopular be- -visit I daughter Jacqueline,
cause -of his numerous tal- (Mrs. Francis Burr-Reynaud)
cents. the Jules Perous a-,. more
Than delighted with her
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Tromka, a Pole who im- impression of the country in-
migrated to.America, at the creased day by day.and'the'
beginning of this century other evening in the comr
and later became known as pany of friends at Vinctnt
an artist of. merit,-arrived in Savoy- enjoying the real api
Haiti with. his wi-fe -last proach to the Haitian cui-
week to catch. impressions of sine ... they came to the ver-
the country and put them on dict that Haiti after France
canvas. Staying here at the was a truly great country.
Excelsior, they expect to re- Incidentally French people
turn to the U. S. -Wednes- often as not judge a country
day. by its cuisine.
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EXHIBITION OF HAITIAN PAINTING
.N MEXICO CITY
(Continued from Page I)


especially enchanting from
the point of view of a vivid
imagination and a really
fine sense of design, which
can be said also of "Imagin-
ary City, -by Prefete Du-
faut, where slightly cock-
eyed houses surround a deep
blue harbour.
More advanced painters,
however, are Xavier Ami-
ama and Maurice Borno,
both of whom make use of
a heavy impasto technique
which manages to project
ithe vigorous feelings of the
artists as they sat down .be-
fore their canvases. Amia-
ma's "Night Scene, is an ex-
traordinarily passionate piece
of work, while The Man
with the Rooster, by Borno
-is very nearly worthy of Van
Gogh. "Market Scene, by
Lazare Luckner, a simple
and striking watercolour, is
also particularly excellent.
According to Remy Bas-
tien, First Secretary of the
Haitian Embassy, who wrote
the programme notes for
this important exposition,
,Only ten years ago, it
would not have occurred to
anyone to perdict that the
Haitian people, isolated from
.the main artistic currents,
would produce a group of
artists capable not only of
calling attention to them-
Iselves, but later of awaken-
ing real interest in a world
that is essentially blase and
already accustomed to the
most artificial artistic experi-
ments.,


S For it seems that there has
been very little in Haiti's
past,'despite the richness of
native dance and music,
which would lead one to ex-.
pect such a fertile develop-
ment in painting. Actually,
during her 140 years of in-
S dependence, Haiti has pro-
duced only a small number
S of unoriginal painters who
were inspired by imported
themes as far 'removed from
their temperament as were
the courts and nobility cre-
ated by King Henri and Em-
peror Faustino in direct op-
position with the natural-
ness of ithe Haitian people.
Both of these political figu-
res (up to 1810 and 1850 re-
spectively) intended to pat-
ron'ze a national art, but
failed in the attempt, since
'the norms they imposed did
nor correspond to reality,
with the result that talents
requiring a free climate in
order to-express themselves
originally were drowned in
academic seas.

The right climate was fi-
nally created in the Art Cen-
ter, founded in Port-au-


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pose of fermenting the de-
velopment of the plastic arts
in Haiti. From the very be-
ginning it was integrated by
,two groups, the ,Primitivesn
and the ,Advanced". The
first (farmers, chauffeurs,
,soldiers, servant boys, etc.)
gained immediate success,
but they took a road without
obstacles wherewith a mini-
mum of technical prepara-
tion, their sensitivity and in-
nate gifts of composition
and colour could be mani-
fested, without fear of out-
side influences.

But while the primitive
found a free road to his
wonderful fantasy, the cad-,
vanced, painter stays tied to
the known masters, escaping
only with difficulty from the
influence of foreign artistic
currents. Consciously or not,
we compare their technique
and their themes with other
schools. In one word, they
are in tough competition
with thousands of other ar-
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offered by such great urban
centers as Mexico, New York
or Paris. Their fight is ar-
duous with a very different'!
pictorial result than that of--
fered by the more primitive
Haitian art.

That both schools show a_
,tremendous amount of talent
and artistic importance is-
more than evident on be-
holding the collection now
on exhibit at the Galeria Re-
ger. Similar shows of Hai-
,iian art have already had
tremendous success in Am.- '
sterdam, New York, Paris,
and otherr world capitals,
and from the enthusiastic
comments overheard among
.he first-night public at.the 6
IGaleria Reger, it can be pre-
dicted that the painting of
Haiti will arouse a great
deal of interest here in Mo-
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SFatima Tour Of Tl
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ings of the Pilgrimage near-
ing its end apd renewed his
appeal for fervent prayer
and penance as demanded
by Our Lady herself in the
course of her six apparations
to the three young children
at Fatima (Portugal) 35
years ago. .
A fortnight ago, the rich-
ly-decorated float represent-


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ing Our Lady's apparition
at Fatima was officially wel-
comed at Tiburon and Les
Anglais by the populations
massed to greet it ind to ex-
press-its abiding devotion to
:he Mother of Christ. Amid
scenes of similar religious
fervor and devotion it stop-
ped-over in Cbardonnieres,
IPort - Piment C6teaux,


FASCINATION


for. Demise Ptrus
When I saw. you for the first time
I believed myself to be seeing the uSapho
Elegant and gracious.


of Pradiers


I admired with the passion of an artist .
Who achieves his masterpiece
The remarkable lines of your captivating beauty
And the grace of your angelic smile.

It seems that God took an entire day
To fashion your lovely form
And embellish your lips which open themselves
Like two petals at the kiss of the breeze
Which sings between the. leaves.

He has. reflected on your calm forehead
The purety of a~sky in May
And the brilliance of a full moon.
He has given to your hips the expression,
The imposing curve that most celebrated artists
Have sought in vain to reproduce:.-

Of your limbs, he has made the center of temptation
One would not want to touch them,
But rather to caress them delicately and lovingly
These limbs that Eve, herself, would envy.


The perfection of the' curved form
Is a new art that new sculptors
Are trying to imitate.


Do you understand,
I was fascinated
When I saw you for
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the first time.
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Roche-A-Bateau, Port-Salut, r
and Saint-Jean-du-Sud along i:
the coast. From there it -t
turned inland to Arniquet, t
Chantal, Ducis, Laborde, I
Camp-Perrin and finally Les t
Cayes. At Ducis, the Etablis
segments D6joie erected a
large outdoor altar where '
His Excellency the Bishop of
Les Cayes officiated at a Mid c
night Mass attended by hun-
dreds of Haitians who, in
spite of the rain, came from-
all directions and or miles)
around. At Camp-Perrin,9
after having been given a
rousing welcome at the par-
ish, the float was driven to
the Seminary to allow the9
young men studying there
for the Catholic priesthood
to share in the blessings ofj
the Pilgrimage. -
The actual visit of Our9
Lady in all these centers had)
-been, prepared weeks in ad-Y
vance bl' the intensive revi-9
val of the daily Rosary re- -
cited ii the family circle at
home and in numerous
groups in church. As a re-
suit, the Pilgrimage found
the population -well dispos-
ied to listen to the Message of
Fatima and lend its whole- r
hearted cooperation in a I
crusade of prayers and pen-
ance. ., e
All arrangements for che
visit of the Virgin of Fatima(
were under the supervision
of Rev. Fr. J. P. Lefebvre,j
OMI. The active coopera-
tion of the Pastors of they
several parishes visited con-
tributed greatly to the suc-4
cess of the tour. The spiri-
tual blessings of the Pilgrim-
age were Our Lady's answer
to 'the sincere, deep-rooted
devotion of the thousands of
faithful who went out of
their way in more ways than
one to abide moreqgener-
ously by her. demands at
Fatima.
This tour of Our Lady in
the Diocese of Les Cayes,
especially in the parishes
under the direction of the
Oblates of Mary Immaculate,
is very similar in spirit and
purpose to the several reli-
gious gatherings organized
:in the. United States and in
Canada these recent years in
order to acquaint the pub-
lic with the marvels of Fa-
Fima and with its heavenly
Message bearing directly on
the sad state of the world
today. Even major political
leaders in the West have ad-
mitted that the causes for
the continued strife and un-


est in the world are rooted We suj
n realities much deeper (lic officii
han mere economics, and choose a
he merit of the Message of for such
Fatima lies in the stress on lasting thi
he need for fervent prayer ages in
md penance to obtain from Portugal
God the blessings of a last-
ng peace based on justice -
and charity and on the re- ROOM
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There was much clinking The uBeachcombera sib- Dr. Edwasd Petrus of the

at the restaurant Aux Cosa- Rose Efron, mother of Mrs. gramme left for Bapgkok
i "- -an e-R que and Cafe Rex Thursday Fortune Bogat didn't .leave Siat, where ,he ,ili tae :
afternoon ... aes to hoan tow ... but is due to leave part in a conference held
our newly appointed Chief tis.week following the ce- the World :Health rMa.a-
of Division of te Depart- lebration of her daughter's to to-discuss ways sttap.
I. meant of. Interior Mr. Cle- birthday. utthe criel disease. Dr .Per
S ,: .ment Dassy and .Secr.tary -:0:- trus will present a deailed
:":.i ." ,-c^-:. 2 Genei-al of the Dephrtment Captain Peter Van der :.report on the HItimas',-' ,:
. off :the Presidency Clovis Brug is flying over to San yaws campaign during the.
i Desinor Also at the Aux Juat today on business. sessions. which .ill b -iOld ." ..
a..i.ad Mrs. Adolphe 1.'0:30 Thursday morning Cosaque Thursday, the.-em- -:0: -- fr1om: he through the
S and sofi Peter w Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nadal.. ployees of the Department. Daniel Theard, oiie ;f the J 31st. if c., ,
4i Is tt Hairi for fivr.days .and daughters Marie, Jose. of Public Health offered a .ck'.B~t drdesed men and -.
i'thbe past week on a cci- :and Jacqueline sailed aboard party for their boss ... Min- Clef of Protopol return from .Ti:t for HaitJan B :oy :
Ibed business atd pleasure dip. Swiss ship aCCristalipa sister Jumelle. Eurdpe s .week. ., .Sop h ada wonderful time
irip. Mr. Berle, was ormer- ofthe Haimbwrg American -:0- -0:- ... ,in Kington last week tak-
S:;y Assistant .Secretary of Line for five days in Cuba, .Waler, of the American Te .boys*pi inted thein':gpar tinthe Jambree for
teSW in i lashington a and and. then' Antwerp;, Belgium. Embassy here, is leaving to*ai 4iast ;iJ:ght assisting sou;ts. from ill oer:, the ,'
r:ianerican. Ai.ibassidor 'to The.Nadal family are exe .-nett week-end for Beirmuda .Tobbe1 Gtillard,, bury huis :aribbea. The delegatio- : ,
N l sl. They styed here ar t ed ,to send six '.months ,jn .ind points North after, an'e badiel6Ihdti f .. p the even- $ w tOiawaic. ,in ,a tlia '
tihe St.FritciM and we~epeh- jurope and return ia Can- assignment .here of .more:ng of: March 25th 't thte ft at tldi p ~osall h
l Mr.-id "i s. ada and the U. S. than two years. Tuesday Sarcte .Ceur tRobrn, -will Haitian.t .. :i.'.' : .
ri .at Keciff, ., :-. evening Waller's ,Haitian fnmat iiss Gislene Cari .;, "' :-, -.
hef erous fieinds ''Also s'ai ng for' Europe and American T,'friend are daughter of r.r aid Mrs. Bill Files, ofpa aAti
i.Capi-.. ; : abard the iCriistalinik rwas pla ping .a big farewefl do. Evrimot Cari can 'Wbid' 'Aways .
-O' Mrs. Leon..L4aleati'wlo is e'll definitely be back .. . ,
.'' fin '1 m., i visit 'her sn Rat phe ddn't build that housein --:0:- : :'.
P.apa Nuncio-. Mgr r n.. wrs .' --- lr ft at e -Cap n.UmSd vr .A .- fi.i '
a pr..i.g the an.v -r .. '.. to Boston r moiing.'. . :0- \ ... .1
.. o,.aI..of. .Pope: .-...p.- mrs. Andre. aas --flew .dS1y. L o fo s-
,nonpupimg .-the. t aniye'."ary V:
, .,-.oBoston r ay morning.:. .:" ---.0. ----r ... ... ..--,'.ia .:,. ,. "
eTwelth. Madame Henri' 'Derrue i -:0:- CorIl Kinsooff i witneds- -,do .- .- s.
ti w 'i -be at'elad ilse of .Peti1onvlle, left for This week .local tennis ing, t.he honey'mqo Mt.' fh tIl '
.at New York Friday_ i, a' voy- playrs e :r their hap- A'm Mrs. Fourd outra. Bagdad- .. ,. *e i .
de' Sahte ss t tvet"oining UT S. .Bace' ofa-. t.-.
's- ,i :O: e, M --- CHatge d'Affaire Folsod .The dernier jour of .itfehbermula,.vana'
"L la.te' atMaoti-re's 's 1 Tfi". it" s Moni back to^ the tot tmis fold. "a;ni'alwas thfet of Mis -fs.-Pr. c._ 1't ii

ptais Rolandat ratilladres - . -, . .Nw Gathely CW..h.sds*. .. ris ,I l
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pmMrs. Pierre Borno iFs r re redG a ie,'a 'Eshb .,cat *. -A ,
~-, -...; .. .. .. .. flying tomorrow* to v i- Comp..ahybig shot is in twn O-- .
Ambassador nou Pot .: wotf her ossteErr M rs. ofhiswk on business. st Ere Brat flew
I~arcn-Brien ofWr Pire .r Hdieo t id l ew t I -: Go4ai ,e this ,eeak-nd
-.u"1. d by his ife ad y PA e- HAd o0t ?. s RAbert B Mc Dof ald qf to i s with '' I h Isistetin ,
sistt otr ed to' Cuidad a mem of .e .elttion te6 Televisi6m secin 4f.the law Mrs. -J'a. eline ." tei.s. I Mr. ,ad I. Jseh ,.
i 1Trijillo at the -.crack of o the .Ultfi Nitions.. J a t 'IThompson Con- -:0:- were blessed with.a son this
..dawn Th rsday ..e they are 0- i ny .(one of she hlifgesr ad- In Matrt Venezula Wed week. They have name
ue ack this waek-end. Brothr Dominiq ue, .Bro- .vertising Gompanies in the nesday on Auguite obser- him Pie rrre ar : ;1
k; e.'.t, ge~stst her Sirioi o'St. Louis de' orld i s here with hVis ver his; twenty fifth birkh- *O .
e. ; ,ae .... fi Gonzag.e oi leering forcharniing wife faor ten das that the Robert
&'. AumxsaOr choid6es -.were'.G ,rae atk, th edof td "vacation at the,'Ttorland-: o
i-Grubbin charge of club -:0: sons are pare nt of' a yq ung
,ez; Field, Porrto Rico, Ed mo -:":0 ab Calloway probably beauty by ihe name of Marie
Gardener, producer of th. -:0: Its nmidued that Mr. wasn't aware of the fact, Josecte Melinda. Her mother,
eadio show Diuffys 'T h is isthe week of cele- Leon Iejean is the next Anm but at Cabant Choucoune is the f'.oer LrraLne, Jr '
Permi, and the famous Cab Trios 'iT the .rdoin King bassadrtio the Dominican Thutsday flight his music sepl Poirier.
way -with hise troop of hdusehold. Bobbie King oh- Republic. was birthday music for Mrs...
mup ians.s The latter left ed li fte with a up-:0:- Raphael' (Zizie) Rivera, A petite fillerte' named
liiti 'Friday to fill a two of fien at the Bar Ialia With uLent) comes .Ra Ra 0: ona has joined the Max
.igi.' ethgagement in San Thursday. Friday it was Ma .ad out past Leogane at aLa Wednesday was the birth- G6d6on household. At their
an, nd. Pa's wedding. anniver- Loua ditn dancers are warm- day of Edith Sad: age of odhe week ,sbe sems
sar,. and,' young. brother ing up to their three-day and -:0:-- i otetrch
To be mare""e next Sarur- Ri.chard celebrated his birth- night Ra Ra that happens at Mrs. Elie 0. Najac is leav- qui t;
4 .ay, Mitch. 15th, at the Sa- day the end of Lent. ing tomorrow to visit daugh- Wednesday Mr. a Mrs.
'ce Coettr Church are' Miss Youna Alix Decatrel cele- ter Jacqueline who is attend Antoine Handal welco d
ityane Laraquie and Gerard -:0- rates his birthday on the ing school in 'New Eng- there fourth chl into the
P'e". ..' . "' b world,... an eight pound
,"- s aRoger Coster is off to 16th. land. baby girl.
S shoot up Havana on the 14th -:0:- -
for Holiday Magazine. Elsie Borno and Cecile -:0:- T
I' -: h w0:- L autaud are off to New Leaving next Friday for Tuesday Paco welcomed
r Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dejoie York tomorrow on a vaca- Great Neck.' Long Island, n resident a sen
i e ire flying to New York to- tion. with a two-day stop ober at a a half foundd bo. the
lay on a month long busi -:0:- Havana are Denise Rouzier, of Mr- and Mrs.' Goge
'esp-cum-pleasure trip. Lieut. Yves Cham is back Madame P-erre Rouzier and s ata;e to, Hara. and
I': 0: a S from the U.S. Mrs. Emile Prezeau mt e a
both mother and son are re-
u-:0:- ported doing fine.
Artist Piere Monosiet is -n-
i ^ hiiiflying to New York this af- Ady Malebranche down
Sirernoon via San Juan ... to for -Mardi Gras and to it
.attend the International Arts -hp Famtlv returns to New
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Brief Biographies Of New Men In Cabinet
(Continued from Page 1)


ment commissioner on the
Civil Tribunal of Gonaives
'from 1932 to '36 and Pre-'
fect of the Arrondissements
of Gonaives and la Marme-
lade in 1936, when he was
elected Deputy from the first
district of Gonaives.
In spite of his busy career,
M. Pelissier also found time
ito serve as Professor at the
Gonaives Law School and
served as local head of the
Orrlrea Art AIvocat forI three


The new minister also has
made his mark as a Journal-
'ist, writing for the Nouvel-
liste and for various publica-
tions in his home city, no-
tably La *Griffe, Artibonite-
Journal and Populaire.
He is a member of the
Permanent Court of Justice
of la Haye.
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MAUCLAIR ZEPHIRIN,


terms. In 1950 M. Pelissier Secretary of the State of the
was elected First Deputy of Presidency.
Gonaives. Born in' Cap Haitien,
April 5, 1914. Studied at
.the College of Notte-Dame
in his native city and then
went on to law school- In
S' 1933, he became a professor
at the Lycee Philippe Guer-
tier and in 1945 accepted a
position on the staff of the
Free Law School at Cap-
Haitieff. -
He also served as director
f of the municipal library of
-, tihe Cap. In 1946 M. Zephi-
rin became First Secretary
of the Haitian Embassy at
Washington. Later he went
to Cuba as Chargd d'Affai-
Sres, then Minister of the
M Haitian Legation. And in
Mr. Paraclse:Pelisser, Sec- 1950 he became Haitian
retary of Sat -for the Inte- Minister. to.Italy where he
rior and National Defense. was serving, when he was
named to take a seat in the
ti.. e wCabiner.
He was secretary of the
Haitian Delegation at the
Eighth International Confer-
Sence at Lima. As a journal-
ist, he served, as editor of
the Messager d-I Nord. He
is a member of the'Union
'Club, the Cercle Primevere
and the French Alliance.

"E CA-:0:- E
i/]t 'JOSEPH CHARLES, Sec-


Dietary of State of National
Education and Public Works
; -. Born at Limbe, Nov. 15,
u'- 1907. Studied at the' Notre
.Dame College of Perpetual
S".'" Je en U, er 'Aid and -received his law de-
'Mr. jr ] ernizan, Under
/ State for Agri- gree from the Free Law
SL Secretryq State for.Agr-, .. ..
Sce School at Cap-Haitien where
cultt and Commerce.
cult. and Commerce.. he later became a professor.
He served as counsellor of
", et the Barreau of Cap-Haitien
.' :. ., .
v. and also ta ght at the Pri-
mary School and the Notre
Dame College of -Perpetual
: 'Aid: He was assistant .ec-

V m;nistrarion and clerk of the
Public Prosecutors Parquet.
He also served as acting
Government Commissioner
on the C:vil Tribunal. And
: later Judge.
M. Charles long list of
S.nuhblc offices include the
following: In 1940 he be-.
came a Deputy to the legis-
lature. where he headed the
',i.,Clement Jumelle, Secre- Fore;-n "Relations Commit-
Ao.y of State, for Public tee from 1941 to 1946. Pre-
Health and Public Works. s;den, of the Ordre of Avo-


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cats. Ambassador to Wash-
ington from 1946 to 1950.
Ambassador to Mexico and
to the OEA. President of
'the Haitian Delegation to
the United Nations in '46,
'47 and '49-
President of the Haitian
Delegation to the Bogota
Conference in '48. The same
year was elected vice-presi-
dent of the Organization of
American States. He also
served as official delegate of
the OES to the International
Exposition at Port-au-Prince..
Mr. Charles has gained
much experience with Hai-
tion problems as a planter
and industrialist. He has
published a number of re-
ports on the economics of
:o u r Republic including
-Garins in the Wind, in
1933 and -At the Cross-
roads, in 1945.
He is a Grand Officer of
the Order of National Hon-
our and Merit of Haiti;
holds the Grand Cross of the?
Ordre Manuel de Cespedes
de Cuba and is an honorary
member of the Panamerican
Chamber of Commerce of
New York.
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ALEXANDRE DOMINI-
QUE, Secretary of State of
Finances and of National
Economy.
Born in ort-au-Prince,
February'2, 1303.' Finished
his primary studies in the
Haitian Capital and then
continued his schooling in
Germany, Jamaica and in
the Petit Seminary College
of St. Martial 'where he re-
ceived his Bachelor of Let-,
ters in 1922. In 1927 he re-
ceived his law degree. He
served as Counseller to the
Bureau of'Finances in 1925.
He was transferred to the
Contributions department,
pnd then returned to the
Fiscal Bureau where he re-
mained until 1947. He serv-
bd as director of-the Fiscal
Department from 1927 to
December, 1950. He was
vice-president of the Haitian
Delegation at the Confer-
ence on Custom duties and
Commerce at Annecy,
France. He headed the Hai-
Fian Delegation at the' next
conference on the same sub-
ject held in England in 1950.
He also represented his home
land at the Pan-American
Conference in Washington
in 1949. He served as Sec-
retary of theCouncil of the
Ordre of Avocats in 1939
and 1950.

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ALBERT ETHEART, Sec-
retary of State of Foreign
Relations and Rel;on.
Born in Port-au-Prince,
Nov. 1, 1894. Studied at
the Lycee Petion where he
graduated in 1911. Received
his law degree in 1914 and


in Lima in 1938. Was twice
named member of the Coun-
cil of I'Ordre des Avocats du
Barreau de .Port-au-Prince.
He was a staff member of
the famous Revue aLigue de
la Jeuness Haitiennew in
'1915 to 1917.

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'The Biography of Captain
Roland Lataillade appears
elsewhere in this issue.


NEW POSTS

Here is a list of other of-
ficials recently named to new
posts by President Magloire.
M. Frangois Georges, Di-
rector of IDASH.

M. Felix Diambois, to of-
ficial of the Haitian Insti-
tute of Industrial and Agri-
cultural Credit.

M. Clement Dassy,, Divi-
sion Chief in the Depart-
ment of the Interior.

M. Felix tCuvilly, inembek


is the tfrst class Kjndergarr
ten run by Madame Lucien
Scott. The school is highly


of the Government Council.,recommended for .chil
er lacin M Robert Lessh.iwho w e


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men-


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partpment of Public In- IMST
auction as Secretary of the 3
ipection Generale. -He was BIEUTB
member of the Haitian ( ,0,,Ua, '
delegation to the 7th Pan-
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Mrs. Marcel Villard is ex-
pected home ftom Paris this
week-end.
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Tr Frantz Seigel who as
sumed the position of Con-
sul of the bachelors Society
las: month when Dadou Sen
dral married, is searching.
for a successor ... the _boys
say he wants to quit and
start setting up a carbon fu-
rure.

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a and 'fit them into their
i setting. His latest
mph is. *Le Perchoirp,
& night dub in the clouds
)hat is probably' the most
dired spot of the tourist
iweason. Max is responsible
1ot the colourful interior de-
ras'well as for the design
6of the cliff-hanging .build-
iMng itself which is as impres-
S'sive as the view that un-
rolls before it..

The slim, fine-featured
,a/rchitect.is the first mem-
Sber of his family to choose
f.dhat -profession. After at-
:erndiqg classes at St. Louis
S.de Gonzague, his' father,
iS Ernst Ewald, sent Max to
rance to continue his stu-
di es at the Lycee Janson de
Fgaily. Later he entered the
E ibcle Special 1 de Architec-
Sture de Montparnasse, just
W! as another noted Haitian
I architect, Robert Baussan,
*A'*s -returning home with a
Sbrand-new diploma.
Max took great interest ih
Shis courses in civic planning
Sand also found-great delight
Sin learning the art of cera-
:. mics at the Parisian Labora-
Story Bodin.
The first house Max.built
on his return to Haiti, was
constructed for his brother
Sand later used as the Ciban
Legation. It was the first
of many landmarks with the
Ewald' touch ;.. landmarks
that now brighten the Hai-
tian countryside from Ken-
scoff to the Bay. The hbme
She built for the Muller fam-
ily in.Kenscoff'is still point-
ed out as an admirable exam
pie of the 'clever use of local
rock as construction mate-
rial. Later he built a pala-
tial home for Oswald Brandt
a home that is .now the
Fiench LegatnL.. Diplomatic
circles have snapped up the
Ewald residences in many


instances ... another bouquet
for the Haitian architect.
Max hasn't been satisfied
with merely designing at-
,tractive homes, he aiso
wants to carry out their in-
terior decoration as well, a
project he felt had been ne-
glected in the past.
Back in 1944,, President
*Lescot called upon him to
decorate the reception rooms
of the National Palace ...
probably the first such as-
signment jiven a' local de-
signer., And Max Ewald
proved he was.up to the job.
The mosaic floor of Haitian
woods' he installed in the
Palace has received the com-
pliments of visitors from all-
over the world, The furnish-
ings done in pecially woven
Haitian fabric and sisal also
were masterpieces of the de-
corative art.
Max Ewald delights in
working with the unusual
woods of Haiti ... not only
mahogany but other woods
that are comparatively un-
known. He also delights in
making use of such items as
coconut bark for imagina-
tive effect. His showroom on
'the Rue Bonne Foi is filled
wih~ldxamfples of what can
%e done with the combina-
tion of Haitian artistry and
Haitian materials. Max gal-
lantly gives his wife, the for
mer Marie-Therese Mathon,
much of the credit for his
beautiful showroom. She is
the daughter of the well-
known architect Ledn Ma-,
thon. Eventually Max hopes
that the Ewald family will
grow into a team of 'archi-
tects, builders and interior
decorators. Though both
mama and papa look far too
young to have produced four
children, they have. Jessie,
Fraitz, Max and Claude,
raAging from five to 12 years
of age.


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In the '40's Max- made
trips to Cuba and the Uni-
ted States observing 'archi-
tectural designs and study-
ing new materials with the
idea of adapting them to
Haitian needs. But he still
thinks it is a pity for for-
eigners to visit Haiti and
find the same architecture
and the same furniture they
would see anywhere in their
homeland.
In his designing of the
Hotel El Rancho 'he strove
for what the owned want-
ed and beauty ... succeed-
ing in both.
Perhaps the most hectic
months of Ewvald's busy ca-
feer were thlse he spent de-.
coreting- the quotiset huis
that contained Haiti'n in-,
dustries -and Handcraft dis-
plays; for the 1949 Exposi-
dion. After working night
and day to complete five of
the, huge buildings" he cele-
brated the opening of the
Fair and then headed for
Futcy on doctor's orders ...
for a long rest. He didn't.
return to Port-au-Prince un-'
til after the Exposition was
over. But even though he
wpsn'c present to hear them,
he received many bravoes
for his ingenious methods of


PEiSONALITY OF THE WEEK
(Continued from Page 1)


transforming the interior of
the tubular Quonsets.
Max combines the func-
'tional with the decorative
easily and well. Those who
attended the Ewald furniture
exhibition in Jean Fau-
chard's new house in Tur-
geau saw. how defly Max
used dual and even triple-
purpose designs in modern
home furnishings. And those
who attended his 'water


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the young architect's artistic
talent in that field too.
Haiti is fortunate to have
such talent to draw from in
forging the road of progress.
Perhaps some day rHaitian
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Hi-De-Ho Kiig Has
0. Haitian Drummer
) In Orchestra
S (Continued from Page 1)
the most dignified group
old aCabn had ever exercis-
ed his not inconsiderable v<-
cal chords upon, but many a
sedate Port-au-Princien was
heard joining in heartily on
S uHi-De-Ho's before the
s k morning sun rolled 'round.
s trck, One of the highlights of
'ent, we the evening was a terrific
for the exhibition of first-class drum
y Ran. ming by a member of Cab's
tvery orchestra, "Pananian Fran-
qoi. After the applause died
Looks. down, the. announcer divul-
BX 716'A gqd the 'fact'that aPanaman
S is of Haitian descent (could
there be any other nation of
No. 1 drummers ???). 'The
Caribbean tour of Cab Callo-
way provided the fulfill-
ment .of a life-long dream,
(the opportunity to visit the
land where his father was
born and reared.
Papa Clovis Francoil spent
his childhood in the north
S f Haiti, lived in Port de
l ipaix and in 1414 took a trip
fto Nassau where he married
NEED a local -girl. The. Francois
O i family moved' on to Miami
EO! where Panama and his bro-
S other, Clovis, Jr., were
E T .brought up. Both boys.at-
tended Booker Washington
High School and it was
EBS there, at the tender age of
13, that Panama first er-
INT hibited his .talent on the
drums. When he got:,out.
of school he drummed along
raion Six years with :'aLu&ky Mil-
inder and his boys travel'
ling all over-\he American
ag Co. continent. He has spCnt,an-
I* other six years with Cab Cal-
loway.
Back in New York where
the 'Francgis family now
'make their home, Panama
has. his own eight-piece or-
Schestra which made a doien
recordings just before .he
came on the Caribbean tour.
Panami says if all goes
well. when bh returns, to
New York Mopday, he may
branch 'out w.th. his own
band. If so, he hopes he
will have the opoortnity
to return to Haiti',fhiich he
consider his homeland,...
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A little ifter 3 a.m. Friday
morning for the third time .
in the past six weeks the
cry tVoleur. broke the 8 e NO. 5 ONLY
cr oleur., broke the La Belle Creole No. 5 0 N L .
morgue like silence of the
Exposition grounds surround
ing the Bar' Italia, otherwise 20 Oo REDUCTION
known as the Italian Pavil-
ion. Tony and his maca- A
roni fork were home in bed N AL
but the watchman and two
Italians who sleep over the
Bar were wide awake ... the Mahogany Items
sound of a robber at work
removing two cases.of Pabst Sisal'Souvenirs
ber and one of Barbancourt
from .the stock room had SJiraw Souvenirs
awakened all. The hunt last-
ed but a few minutes ....the Hand Pained s idls ,
robber was seen swinging
monkey-like from the raft- VOdoo00 Di
ers and disappearing to the 1
outside through the space be Haitian Embroideies
tween the sides-of the pavil-
Sion and the roof. The chase
was taken up by our good ASHARRY
citizens the. Public Works ,.;.
:street sweepers who follow-
ed close atl the, heels of the
robber dealing out blows La BELLE CREOLE No. 5 (Only) is moving to a sit
with their r home made ,location soon and would rather give its Customers hid
. brooms ... like a hunted ani- reduction than move the stock
mal the avoleurn .kept on Get your choice while stock lasts
running ... right out into the '
Ssea... and was deen ho more-,
One of the Italian boys
said he supposed the robber
died in the sea as he must' .
have been very tired after : : -
all the rushing around, ex----
citement and broom beating. .
*Friday. night those wh .' "
heard the *,to were of. y C .
opinion that the inning rob 0 ls owest possile ecl '
ber 'naturally swam away t
afet bt Saturday o AUSSAN: o er
'inp the discovery of a man's
'body in the sea close by the
'Exposition pier told i, dif- i. '
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