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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."

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00099


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Beyond technical training there needs to be given our young
sople a broad general education. As Urthred says in H. G. Wells'
cience-fiction story MEN LIKE GODS: "There is no way but
knowledge out of the cages of life."
The man who is well and broadly informed is always ahead of
he man who is just doing a job, and he is less at the mercy of fate.
The importance of this broad knowledge is too often lost sight
f in the pace at which a man pusues his job. Important off-the-
ob interests are pushed aside with the old excuse "lack of time."
'et when we study the success stories of craftsmen we find that,
somehow, they found the time to enrich their minds and their lives.
.To pursue education on a broad front and beyond the necessities
t a job can well make the difference between being a worker and
i craftsman, between mediocrity and genius.
Society, no matter how hard it tries, cannot raise ignoramuses
r lazy people to the attainment level of craftsmen. The craftsmen
as a self-attesting not of authority, a standing that should be
looked for and recognized by employers. It is part of the employ-
r's responsibility and part of the supervisor's job to stimulate
very worker to make the best use of his abilities and to provide
recognition of the worker's attainments.

KEEP TRYING

Even when our attempts to reach a high peak of craftsmanship
eem to fail, we should not despair, but look inside ourselves to
eek what further faculty we have for development. Darwin held
ie opinion as the result of a lifetime of critical observation that
nen differ less in capacity than in zeal and determination to utilize
he powers they have.
The craftsman's mature judgment is founded upon the total of
is disappointments and burned fingers and fears as well as his
successes.
Craftsmanship requires genuine ability. Don't think that by
murmuring some spell over a couple of white mice they will be-
oome prancing white horses. You have to work at your craft to
nake your dreams come true.
Though he may dream, the craftsman is not a dreamer merely.
Ve recall the advice given a brilliant but erratic man: get your
mnees under a desk where-you can do a good job; or put on
overalls and work at a bench; and then go home and work out
your inventions and ideas in the evenings and over weekends.
A man who is at heart a writer or artist or inventor need not
uait for freedom from the necessity to work. Counting eight hours
a working day he spends only 2,000 hours of the year's 8,760 hours
warning his living. If the urge to be a craftsman in science, writing.
mechanics, architecture, or anything else is strong enough he will
ind a way to make time for study, practice and achievement.
Should every man be entitled to a certain amount of joy in the
work he is doing? This is not an honest question, because there
are two conditions wrapped -up in it. A man should be able to
:ount on happiness in his job if it is one he has chosen and to
which he is giving his best in intellect and dexterity.
C. E. Mantague puts it this way: "when we are doing our work
roell "the whole adventure of mauldnd upon the earth gains in
our sight a new momentousness and beauty. Giving becomes a
wander affair than we had ever thought."
The craftsman achieves that happy state by putting something
i himself into whatever he is doing, great or humble. His skill
n ideal offecrt not only vthe a material thing ho wlorr uwilth hbt








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Sunday MARCH 4th, 196S


The Big Foam arvest
by Father HUBERT PAPAILLER


CHAPTER VI
The merchant ship stocked its
furnances. All night, without
cease, it had been engulhng the
bales at the bottom of the hold.
Nude to the waist, the workers
unloaded the barges. With a song
on their lips, they started back
towards the Factory to get more
'cargo of sisal, then returned
again, over the water, to the
trepidating sound of the motor.
Ploughmen of the sea, they
passed over the billows, descend-
ed into the depths, reappeared
further on, grasping their small
boats with a trail of shadow in
their wake.
Unaware of the poetry of the
scene, the ploughmen of the sea
joked among themselves. They
had the light-heartedness of sim-
ple people who weave so little
into the thread of their happi-
ness.
Happiness is a simple matter.
"What a waste all this salt
water," remarked "Ti-tac" (Lit-
tle Bit).

He was so called because he
could not stand to see a cala-
bash of water, nor a bottle of
raw white rum without begging:
"Give me a ti-tac (a little bit),
please "
"It is a waste," Ti-tac sighed,
"if it was only just 'clairin' "
(raw white rum).
"Shut up!" growled Odilon.
"Shut up". If it was "clairin"
you wouldn't be sailing on top
of it. If it was rum you'd say
you needed some water. And you
would repeat that same foolish-
ness: 'If only it was water.' And
: you would have the same reg-
rets."
Odilon was the philosopher of
the work gang. He had, at one


The English translation of Fa-
ther Hubert Papailler's book
("Laboureurs de la Mer" publ-
ished in 1959) is now in the hands
of publishers in the U.S. and will
sbon appear under the title
"PLOUGHMIEN OF THE SEA".
Haiti Sun has obtained permiis-
sion from the Author to publish
Chapter 1I of the translation for
the pleasure of its re.iders. So
you are invited to enjoy "The
Big Foam Harvest," printed be.
low:
time, succeeded in passing hi,;
Primary grades and received
his diploma. This conferred upon
him an ascendancy over his
peers. He often showed signs of
the genius with which nature had
endowed him.
There, facing the sea at twi-
light across the bales of sisal,
there among companions who
shelled of alcohol, Odilon lifted
himself abo\e the vulgar laught-
er of these men of toil. Without
ever having attended a class in
psychology Odilon dealt with the
thorny question of human pas-
sion with icy bruskness.

So "Ti-tac" would like the sea
to be changed to raw white rum.
His slaked thirst would then be
carried towards a more precious
thing. The thirst for happiness
increases in intensity in measure
with the sphere of our concret-
ized wishes, reasoned Odilon.
But already, Ti-tac was no
longer listening. Perched on the
crest of the waves, guitar in
hand, he offered to the coming
night a nostalgic serenade which
floated over the watery waves in
melodious notes, while from a
nearby church the chimes of the
Angelus began to extol the frin-


ges of the approaching night.
That night the rain, intensive,
torrential, unexpectedly fell upon
the village. Shrinking back, the
unfortunate people knew not
where to find shelter. From the
thatched roofs water poured like
it was passing through a strain-
er. Some victims doubled them-
selves up under a table. The
smallest, installed themselves
under the make-shift bed. Thud-
ding against the mud huts, the
rain beat out its refrain upon
the sensitive hearts of the unfor-
tunate people.

Soaked were the garments of
the children. Drenched was all
the furniture of the tumble-down
shack.


i Like a i,:iparn wo iind v.e I c ''
!;'rge holes from which v.atc:'
poured down the \\alls of the
malaxated mud huts. The roof
was so low and slanting that no
one could remain standing up.

There where supper could b.h
expected to be served the fire
was afalme in the one and onl:,
room that served as'diningroom,
dormitory and parlor.

When the smoke, of the logwoorl
became too acrid, it was pitiful
to hear the chorus of coughing
from the family parked in the
depths of this dwelling unfit foi
human beings. First, the .oung_
est ones began a prelude of dry
coughing spells from the edge
of their choking throats. In thei,
tur n, the grownups coughed
away, attacking in a goaver
manner, as the smoke rose. In
the twinkling of an eye every
body in the house was experien-


cing spasmodlc convulsions of
coughing. But not one word of
complaint did they utter.

Ploughmen of the sea, they
know neither its depth nor its
immensity. No one will complain
of the friendly foam of the wav-
es.

Leaning against the casing of
the door, Douboute turned his
back to Melissa who had just
been delivered of a seven-pound
baby boy that same morning. He
was thoughtful, and the stream
of reflections whichh assailed him
prevented his savouring, even
for an instant, the sweetness of
the home.

"Come sit down near me, Dou-
boute. Why do you stay like that
-leaning against the door?" his
wife spoke to him.

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