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


VOLUME II


THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LA\N


_Rnubliouei D'HAITI


Madame Paul Magloire Home

From :TourOf-Europe


The First Lady of the
Republic, looking chic and
-happy, stepped from her
plane at Bowen Field yes-
terday afternoon to-receive
a welcome ever warmer
than the tropical sun that
poured, down on the hun-
dreds of dignitaries present
for her homecoming. The
President, his face wreathed
in smiles, was on hand to
greet the woman who could
well be termed "Haiti's Am
bassador of Goodwill.,,

For though her voyage to
Europe was a private one,'
Madame Magloire received
all the courtesies due to'the
-wife-of a Headof State.
The modest charm with
which she accepted such


courtesies and the intelli4,
gent devotion with which
she spoke of her own social
welfaree work and the even
greatcr work of her hus-
band, won her the earnest
respect of the leaders of
(Continued on Page 16)

GEN. HECTOR TRUJILLO
INAUGURATED.

General Hector Trujillo'
Molina tobk his oath of v'-
fice as President of the Do-
minican Republic at 10 a.m.
Yesterday morning in a col-
ourful ceremony attended
by diplomats from all parts
of the Western Hemis-
.phere.
(Continued on Page 15)


Motorcycle Cop .Hs Leg

Amputated After Hitting Taxi


Army Day had a tragic
aftermath for one familiar
member of the Presidential
Cavalcade. Corporal Alcy
Astree, t h e motorcyclist
who stops traffic for the
passage of General Ma-
gloire and his party, had
escorted the President to La
Boule and was returning to
his own home on the Grand
Rue when he fell victim to
a hear-fatal mishap.
The Corpor'al's motor-
cycle was close behind a
taxi when it stopped sud-
denl) at the intersection of
the Rue des Casernes and
Grand Rue. The soldier
swerved in toward the curb
to avoid hitting the halted
car, but his motorcycle skid
ded on loose gravel, smash-
ing the Corporal's thigh
against the rear fender. 'He
was rushed to the General
Hospital and a consultation
of civilian and military Doc
tors was held. However,
they were forced to decide
an amputation was neces-
tary the splintered bones
and crushed veins were be-
yond repair.


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Corpora' Alcy


Your Reporter called urr
on Corporal Astree Tuese
day, three days after Dr.
Anrenor Mior and Army,,
Surgeon Firmin Michaud
had removed his injured
.'imi The soldier was
composed, polite and obvi-
cus.v determined to make
'h- chest cf his misfortune.
He is married, with four
children, and has spent 12
years with the traffic de-
partment.


4 Explorers He

To Do Haiti

Lecturer Walter H
Jr., together with three
low members of the M
chusetts Explorers Clul
rived by PAA plane
Saturday loaded down
270 kilos of camera's
safari equipment..The
after setting up their
vance post at Hotel C
son, are* making sortie
to the Haitian interior
finish a three-year pla
photographing Our Re
lic.
.Walter Howe, the or
zer znd leader of the
petition, came to Hai
'50 and '51 to-collect
tures and -historical
which he.., ased on the
ture platform through
the Eastern section of
United .States.
This year the g
plans to cover the sout
area of The, Republic
,to take part in a .crqcc
hunt in '8the Lake' E
Saumatre region accpm
,ed by: the Oloffson man
and sportsman Mauric
-Young. Photographer
old- Dupre of North C
ten. Massachusetts, hopi
get the complete hunt
(Continued on Page j

WALTER WHITE
and POPPY CANNON
VISIT PORT

Two of Haiti's mos
dent boosters, Mr. and
Walter White, have arr
in Port au Prince to
over ways of adding to
already widespread pi
relations campaign in
United States.

SMr. White, as most r
ers will recall, is the S
-tary of the National '
ciation for the Adva
ment of Coloured Peop
Ui 'ed States organize
tha. has waged a loyal
couiiageous fight ag.
racial discrimination.
cording to reports fron
Noutvellit'ic, Mr. \
nrw b -- a niaht!v r
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SISAL

SLUMPS


Haitians who have been
indulging in visions of
",Green G o I d flowing
from the 'sides of their na-
tive hills are sadly aware
today that they probably
were looking at a mirage.
Sisal prices, which rose to
dazzling heights on the
'lew York market last year,
pre nbw reversing the pro-
cess in a major slump. At
'-st reports the sisal figure
stood at 14 cents a pound, a
far cry from the 35-cent
figure once quoted. And,
according to the. experts,
rho bottom is still not in
tight.

In commenting on the
debacle La Democratie
ncints out that a dry spell
in East Africa plus the un-
usual demands of the Ko-
rean war had pushed the
boomn in sisal to artificial
heights last year. Now, says
La Democratic, we can-only
hope for eventually hitting
a parity price.


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PERSONALITY .1
SOF THE WEEK


To nany observers the'.e.
most colourful people in .'
the small Republic of Hai-'
ti are the peasants who till
the rust-coloured soil' high
in the mountains of Furcy.'
Their individuality is as.
marked as- the ruggedness
rf their chilly climate.
You'll see them striding
along a mountain path in
blue denim trousers that
end just below the knee, a
yoked ,'denim smock and
the inevitable tasselled Ma-
toute. swinging from their !
shoulder.
.
Or you'll see them ga-
thered together in a' cozy'
group, one man obvious-
ly a. born mimic acting
u:t a tale of some recent
neighbourhood happening
while the others hold their
sides or slap their thighs in,
merriment. Their sense of
.humour, larded plentifully
with earthy Creole pro-
verbs, is always ready to
bubble to the surface. So
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ERNEST CHAUVET'S
TRIP:HOME

The publisher of Le.
: Touvelliste Ernest Chau
vet -'made ia hasty trip to
SPort au Prince last week to
S--the bedside of his ailing mo-
ther. Later, he was happy
:;to announce that her condi-
Ition had improved enough
;. that he would be able to re-
:tum to New York, where
:he.is serving as Haiti's Per-
Smanent representative at
,: -,.the -United Nations.,
.Mr. Chauvet profited by
;' his short time here to dis-
.: i iss various questions' re-
.ardirig the U-N's pro-
.-gramme of technical assist-
ance with various Govern-
.ment officials. He alsotalk-
'~l d ,over a programme to
S:,modernize -Le Nouvelliste
:with .members of the staff,
W* Who report major changes
Snal next month.
Since two of the leading
.editors Lucien Montas
.afd Rene Carr6 are leav-
S ag fbr Paris, two former of
ifcials of Le Nouvelliste
haveae agreed to fill in the
i'-supervisory posts. They are
F" rederic Duvignaud and
: -eon Laleau.


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Sismit O100 On
SCruie Sbip In Jany.

.a organizer of- a new
S eorican Tourist Cruise .is
K- ie to arrive in Portau
: Prince this week-end to talk
over- the new winter pro-
Sgramme with the Office of'
iTourism 'and various: travel

i We have not yet received
,.any detailed information
on the Cruise, other than
"the fact that it is scheduled
u";"to. make its debut in Janu-
i aruy when it. is expected to
b.iing 'some 500 visitors to
S'Outr Republic. The Gover-
., Pnor of;Virginia is said to be
: included iti the list,of those
i :making the Inaugural Voy-
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aHAITI SUN,


SUNDAY, AUGUST 17h .
SUNDAY, AUGUST 17th.


2nd Appendix Operation THREE MAN U.N. STUDY PRESIDENT SOMOZA DU E HERE NEXT WEEK
TEAlM ARRIVE HERE


Nine year old Michel Au-
bry underwent his second
appendix operation Tues-
day at 4.30 p.m. in the new
operating rooms of Dr.
George Castera. Michel was
operated on last January
for appendicitis, but it
burst and wasast entirely
removed. Tuesday's opera-
rion was a complete success
The surgeons were Dr. Le-
veque and Dr. Miot, the
Medical c' xtor was Salgado.
AMichel's father is Franck
Aubry, the sub director .of
Shada's Montrouis planta-
tions.

The Bolivar Society

The Bolivar Society of
Haiti observed the Indepcn
dence Fete of our Latin-
Ameririn Neighbour Ecua-,
dor last Sunday with a spe-
cial programme over MBC.

Max Bissainthe and Max
Chaumette made two ad-
dresses on the -epoch lead-
ing to Ecuador's birth as a
free nation. Professor Rene
Carr6, Secretary-General of
the Bolivar Society, served
as Master of Ceremonies.


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the States today
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your allegiance from the first sip.


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A three-man United Na-
tions Mission arrived in
Haiti Friday morning to
study the progress made
land handicaps faced in car-
rying out the Technical As-
sitance Programme in Our
Republic.
Before ,the group's arri-
val, Minister of Agriculture
Jules Domond called to-
'gether .15 Haitian. techni-
cians and briefed them on
aiding the U-N Experts-on
the Study Tour. It is.hoped
that the findings of the
Mission will give the Uni-
ted Nations valuable point-
.ers on how- to conduct its
Technical Aid Projects in
other areas about the
globe.
Members of the visiting
Mission of experts are :

1) Dr. Ashmed Hussein
Pasha, -Egyptian rural eco-
nomist who is international
ly known for his activities;
in the field of Public
Health.
2) Dr.-Carl Taylor, rural
sociologist and Chief,of the
Farm Popullation Division
of the Bureau of Economy
in the United States Depart
meant of Agriculture.

3) Mr. Robert Jones, mem
ber of the UN's Unit on
Community Organization
apd Development.

TO CONFERENCE
IN SWITZERLAND

Minister Paracelse P6lis"
sier, accompanied by his,
wife land two children,
Anne Marie and George,
left for New York by plane
last Monday. It was the
first leg of the Secretary of
the Interior's voyage .to
Berne, Switzerland, vbhere
he will -represent the Hai-
tian Legislature at the In-
terparliameniary C onfer-
ence to be held from Au-
gust -8th to Sept. 2nd. He
has reservations on the S.S.
Liberty.

Other -members of the
Haitian delegation Sena
rors Pauld and Jonassaint
and Deputy Henry Woolley
left Port u Prince by
plane Tuesday.

Agronomist Returns

Agronomist Marc Holly
is back in Port au Prince
after month in Washing-
ton on an official mission
for the Haitian Govern-
ment. He is a member of
the Council of the Artibo-
nire Valley Development
Project.


The Haitiaff Government Lady, and members of his of
will soon play host to a dis- ficial entourage will come
tinguished visitor, General to Port au Prince from the
An'assio Somoza, President Dominican Republic where
of the Latin American Re- they are attending the inau-
public of Nicaragua. The .uration ceremonies of Gen
Chief of State, his First .eral Hector Trujillo.


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(Cortinued from Page 1)

Kodachrome mobie films.
In addition the party
hopes to get photographs.
of the partially excavated
ruins in the same area


nicl Advisor of the expe-
dirion and Dr. Edw~sn Olson
of Worcester is the medical
expert.
1Wednesday morning the
group was honoured by an
interview with President


The Explorers, from left to right: Harold IW. Dupre,
photographer,. Dr. Eduin T. Olson, Atledical Advisor;
WIaller N. l-l,; 'c j., lead; ..*ad o0gaizer; Ra,'ph if.
Pfeiffer, Technical Advisor


which were covered during
an earthquake in 1928.
Other points of interest in-
clude the- Zimbassin water-
fall, the Caves of Dondon
and the Citadel.

Besides ,Mr. Howe and
Photographer Dupre, Ralph
Pfeiffer of Natick, Massa-
chusetts, is acting as Tech-


Magloire, whom they prc-
eented with a Crosley elec-
tronic'clock radio as a tok-
;en of their respect. On 'rues
day the explorers called on
Colonel .Prosper whom they
presented with a Key to the
City of Worcester, in grati-
tude for his cooperation in
getting their expedition un-
derway.


President Visits
Petionville Military Disi.



Wednesday morning Pre-
sident Magloire paid a sur-
prise visit to the Headquar-
ters of the Military District
of Petionville on his way
from his summer residence
,in La Boule. The Chief of
Stare recommended some
improvements o n r h e
grounds of Place Strnio Vin
cent to add to the charm of
the neat little Haitian su-
burb.


Kenscoff's Big Day


Friday's Holiday was ob-
served lat Kenscoff with a
Grand Bazaar at the Paro-
chial Church to raise money
to cover the cost of build-
ing rtpairs.'i '.- Ladies' Aid
Society, who sponsored the
event, spared no time and
trouble in making it an out
tendingg success. Many of
the leading families of
Pert au Prince who now
make Kenscoff their sum-
mer home were noted in the
.-ager crowd that joined in
the fun and frolic. Here's
Ih ping that the Bazaar was
as much a financial success
as it was a social one.


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home from Kingston last
week for a fortnight vaca-
lion.


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-:PARSON HITS WIFE REPORTS ,LA DEMOCRATIC,,


In our weekly perusal of
other Port au Prince Jour-
nals we came across this bit
of prose on the front page
of the Thursday edition of
La Democratic. A translat-
ed version follows:
uThe Village of Ca'rrer
four was shaken last week
by- a great public scandal.
A protestant clergyman, the
pastor of the St. Trinity
Church, was carried away
by the demon of anger and
in' a fir of fury, thrashed
his wife. ever going so far
as to bite the thumb onj
her left hand in an attempt
rt seize her wedding riig.
aThe cries of help, help,
from the poor unhappy vic-
tim quickly brought the Po
lice. The Justice of the
Peace intervened in the fray
surrounded by gaping by-
standers, and a proces-ver-
bal was drawn up.


,(The next day the Pastor
was called before the bench
of Monsieur -le Commissaire
who reprimanded him just-
ly and severely and order-
ed him to return the wed-
dng ring to his wife.


,It is said
not the first
marital scene
the parsonage
r'ais berger.
reported that
wife not able
mistreatment,
ed a petition


that this was
time such a
took place in
of this man-
And it is also
the unhappy
to stand more
had introduc-
for divorce in


the Civil Court.
,Oh, Dear Pastor, think
at least 'of your clerical
post.
"And say that you can,
with a serious face, con-
tinue to preach in your
pulpit on the precepts of
Evangalism and Christian
morals...,,


Following his presenta-
tion of credentials last week
the Italian Ambassdor to
Haiti Sr Agostino Guerrini
Maraldi was the guest of
honour at a reception offer
ed by Mexican Ambassador
Dr. Jose Torres Talavera.
Other personalities who en-
joyed 'he Mexican Ambas-
sador's gracious hospitality)
were Mr. Albert Etheart,
.Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Mr. Max Dorsainville, Secre
rary General of Foreign Af-
fairs, Sr. Fernando Canthal,
Ambassador of Spain, Sr.
Sr. Francisco de Arce y Pi-
Ion, Ambassador of Cuba,
Sr. Alfredo Correa, Minister
of Peru, Sr. Manuel Vin-
cente Cantuaria Guimaraes,
Minister -of Brazil, Sr. Ra-
fael Amaris Maya, Charge
d'Affairs of Colombia, Sr.
Robert Folsom, Charge d'Af
fairs of the U.S.
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Letter To Visitors


a Visitor from the States,
I would like to tell you something about my Cafeteria.
I have lived in your Country long enough to know 'at Americans,
a-rule, put cleanlines next to godliness. Well, my Cafeteria compares
urably with the cleanest restaurant in your home-town. All men and
"'men working in it are required each month to pass a thorough medical
tion. The place itself is spick and span. All glasses and plates are
roughly sterilized before use. Pasteurised milk is served only. And
era toilets are at your disposal.
*i 'I. also know the very popular American expression : Mmm -
.This is just about as good as what Mother used to make!. So' I am
lying a highly paid French Chef to get the same kind of remark
rm my patrons. And to complete his task, I have added to the Menu
i list of the choicest domestic and imported liquors. And to have the
ds and the drinks still more welcome, you will have it served to you
Young girls, well-trained and well-,dressed and quite pleasing to
e eye.
I know too, that Americans are practical people. They are apt to
urge.when splurging is the thing. But usually, especially nowadays,
take a very dim view of high prices. So .compared to other places
Port-au-Prince, catering to American Clientele, my prices are delight-
y low. And this is not done by lowering the quality of food served.
ou see, I own the largest Grocery, Bakery and Dairy in the Country.
ecai-grown food is brought directly from my plantation. Pastry, bread
cakes are made in my Bakery. Imported food'is ordered directly
SjForeign Producers. This way the middle-man, that very costly
tm in'the price of food, is completely eliminated.
Now, where is this Shangri-La, I am talking about? Well, it's
really located --n'ot too far from the pier you are so anxious to get
ay from and not too far from it Tor the distance to annoy you. It's
octed near the Civic Center and in the most important section of
'rand'Rue (Great Street, in plain English, Main Street).
How to get there ?... If you don't like the looks of the narrow and
iqlte uneven Haitian sidewalks, take a taxi. It will bring you to my
cafeteria on a couple of minutes at the cost of ten American cents, which
i The legal price. (If the Chauffeur charges more, it means he is trying
p-S.make a fast Gourde). If you are more adventurous or want to get a
better r look at the'life'of the City,'you might hoof and get there in
fifteen or twenty minutes. To avoid difficulties, please follow my direc-
i tions. Go East, straight ahead from the pier, for'three bloc.s. When you
:!-are' past the great and strange looking building with towers publicr
Smarket-place) you are on the Grand Rue (Main Street). Now turn to
:'.the right ind walk South, past the market for four blocks and a half
*,;till you see quite a few trees in front of a three-storey. On the right side
';.o the Street facing the school is mny Cafeteria. Near the top of the
'i.:'wall facing you is the word Cafeteria. At night this word is displayed
.'.in neon light. The name on the front of the building itself is Boulangerie
SSt. Marc. If you come to my place at night, just go in under the sign:
SENTREE, and walk up to the second floor. But if you come before night-
, fall, walk into the Grocery Department and through it to the staircase
:r rather to the lift leading up.
'The following paragraph is somewhat on the personal side. I might
: call it a confession. You see, I did start my Cafeteria' as a Cafeteria.
:: But American visitors wanted more than just that. And, as they say
.in the States, Customer is always right. So, eventually, my Cafeteria
became just what it is now a Restaurant with a Bar. It is a misnomer
; to call it a Cafeteria. But the name stuck. That's why I still call it
SThe, Cafeteria instead of calling it The Star, The Hollywood Cafe or
'The Dew Drop Inn or Lydia Bailey's Chateau or something like that.
There are tw.o floors t- the Cafeteria. The first floor is the Restau-
rant propel with a Bar. The second floor is for the overflow. The second
.' floor has also a large space for dancing. Both floors have spacious balco-
nies where you can eat or sip your drinks and watch the 'olotrful stream
of Haitian' life flow below.
I If your French is nil or wobbly, there are three persons in the
premises speaking perfect English :
1) Mr. Juste Constant, my secretary, a tall, dignified, graying
gentleman, quite dark of visage and of the whitest heart imaginable.
2) Mr. Issa Saba, a Syrian from Palestine, a lean good-looking
t fellow with an eagle beak nose, very pleasant and intelligent.
S3) MIs Heise-Peters, the Cafeteria Manager, who in addition to
English and French speaks also German. At very sympathetic person
indeeded
I might add that three of my children also speak English well, but
unfortunately (or, fortunately ?) they are at present in New York, eating
up the profits I make selling cheese from Holland, beef from Argentina,
razor blades from the U. S. A. In return for this, they are studying hard
In New York Universities and trying to absor American Culture. That's
what they say anyway. I wonder!
I, the proprietor, am quite difficult to locate. Yes, I am always in
one place at a time. But even Mr. Constant, mny Secretary, a great deal
of the time only knows that I am just somewhere between here and
there. Well, a man gotta be really on the move nowadays when handling
the two main sides of business : Loss and Profit, and trying to make the
second come out on the laughing end.
Well, dear Visitor from the North, the taste of the pudding is in
the eating. Mind putting that saying to use now-darkening the doorway
of My Cafeteria and brightening the pretty faces of 'my waitresses ?
..And you bet I'll be smiling too!
Cordially yours,

CLAUDIEN EDOUARD ETIENNE

BOULANGERIE ST. MARC


Mr. Marceau-Louis, Di-
rector of Urban Education,
left for Jamaica on Wed-
nesday last, intransit for
Havana, where he is attend
ing a conference.
-:0:-
Visiting Uncle Eddie La-
touf here for two and a
half weeks is Miss Alberta
Howley of Trenton, New
Jersey. A talented school
and dance teacher Alberta
was the guest of honour at
the Rizk family able at the
Casino International Wed-
nesday nigh t, amateur
night. This is her second
visit to Haiti, plans have
been laid for the third. A'-
berta's brother Philippe is
serving with the U. S. Air-
force in Okinav a.
-:0:-
The youngest boy of the
Gaillard family has decided
to follow his big brothers
example, his engagement to
Lucienne Coby is shortly to
be announced.
-:0:.
Paul Hampden of the
"Saturday Reviewn is in
Perionville lat the (Majestic
Hotel ... he is on a research
assignment for his maga-
zine, one of the best in its
line.
-:0:-
Lilianne Denis was ac-
companied to school in the
States this week by her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Max De-
nis.
-:0:-
Carlo Jaeger is home
from his three month vaca-
tion in Paris.
Mr. Otto Helmut Biel-
ing returned from his Eu-
ropean holiday Friday.
-:0:-
Air travel between Port
and Miami today is C4 hea-
vy that PAA have been
forced to put an extra plane
on the run.
-:0:-
At five this morning a
jeep left El Rancho with a
bunch of holiday-makers
,still half asleep dreaming
of the road ahead, Jacmel.
and that swim at Carrefour
Raymond.
-:0:-
Charming Mile Monique
Villedroin left Tuesday ac-
companied by her mother
to .spend a week in Havana
and then proceed to school
at Skidmore Girls College
in Saratoga Springs, New
York.
-:0:-


Alfredo Russo
his fete Friday.


enjoyed


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Ti Pouce Elie of the Fire
Department can really cele-
brate his birthday today, as
he is this week's winner of
the bottle of Grant's Scotch
Whiskey ... the bottle of
Grant's Scotch Whiskey is
given away each week to
whoever has h is name
drawn out of the hat at the
cSun, office each Wednes-
day ... but his birthday
must fall during the week.
-:0:-
Ti George Leger's home
in Petionville was the scene
of a gay farewell party for
Ponpon Lemke and his pret
ty ivife Mildred. The high-
light of the evening wasTi
G6 Chancy's forceful lec-
ture- on Mexico and demon-
stration of Bull Fighting.
-:0:-
Resort Airlines were in
this past Monday till Wed-
nesday with fif-r odd ,tour
ists.,,

Insurance man Richard
McGuffy and Mrs. McGuffy
are enjoying a change of
scenery, they are on vaca-
tion for a month in New
York.
S -:0:-
Tuesday was the birth-
day of Claude Angelucci,
Firestone salesman, and a
big -cochonnaden was held
'in his honour at Kenscoff.


-:0:-
Yesterday Marie
Archer celebrated
birthday.
-:0:-


Nicole
her 6th


Three year old Bill Pet-
rus is celebrating the anni-
versary of his first year in
Haiti. He's a native. New
Yorker.
--:0:-
Patrick Ooucet celebrated
his 5th birthday in Cap
Hairien -on the 12th.
-:0:-
Thursday was the f'te of
our collaborator and friend
Lt. Jacques Laroche of the
Police Department.
-:0:--


Pretender to the Greek
Throne, Prince George Di-
mitri of Bourbon now in
exile in Venezuela spent 2
weeks at the Hotel Riviera
recently.
In Haiti to negotiate
with circles close to the
Government seat for its sup
port of ,a claim to the Greek
Throne which he intends
to bring before the United
Nations during the course
of the next General Assem-
bly, Prince George said
,(The Haitian People seem
most sympathetic to my
cause and Iam quite hope-
ful about their future sup-
port."
Prince George, p hand-
'some dark haired charmer
of 33 was a popular figure
around Port au Prince's
brighter spots and was seen
on various occasions with
another visiting "crowned
head", the blonde and beau
tiful Countess Fuffufnick.
Despite much diplomatic
probing from Your Report-
er neither ol our royal
guests would comment on
a possible merger of their
two kingdoms.

Kingston, July 31. ... Dr.
Maurice Armand, M. D.,
professor at the University
of Port au Prince, in Haiti,
accompanied by his wife
and their 2 children. arriv-
'ed here yesterday for a holi
day. Dr. 'Armand paid a
previous visit to Jamaica
:ast year.

-:0:-
Friday evening the large
black hull schooner cTe-
pee, berthed at the Casino
dock after 'making a fast
day long passage from Cap
Haitian. Aboard the two
masted ,Tepeen are Cap-
tain owner C. R. Cran-
dall and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Falk Jr. and their
three sons and daughter.
-Mr. Falk chartered the ves-
sel in Trinidad for a plea-
sure trip from Island to Is-
land to end at Miami, Fio-
-ida.
-:
Celebrating birthdays on
the 12th were Charles Da-
lencourt, substitut du Com-
missaire du Gouvernement,
Lt. Garcia, Lt. Antoine Coi-
cou and Lt. Edouard Denis.


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Tuesday, August 12th'
7.30 p.m. a record crowd at
the Scadium Paul Magloire
witnessed the highlight of
the ,Coupe Vincent,,. Hai-
ti's two strongest soccer
teams: Excelsior vs Aigle
Noir put on a good show.
As usual, the game was
played under perfect wea-
'her conditions and the big-
gest attendance of the sea-
Ison filled the stands to c..-
pacity. This exceptional
big crowd was due to the
fact that Excelsior and Ai-
gle Noir are not only the
two most powerful teams
but also old rivals. Excel-
sior is still the holder of the
Vincent Cup and therefore
wlas defending a title! Aigle
Noir came first in the
-Coupe Pradeln tournament
which ended about 'three
months ago and bears the


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title of Champion Team of
Port au Prince.

With the even score 0--0
at the end of the second re-
gular half period, a ((pro-
longation" of 30 minutes
was required in accordance
with the rules of the Tour-
nament. During that period
Excelsior vas granted a pen
alty which opened the score
1-0. In the following 10
minutes, a spectacular at-
tempt from Aigle Noir's
,outstanding fullback (nick-
named Dessalines) w h
went to play forward, was
rewarded by a goal, knot
ting the score 1-1 until
the final whistle.


To support this
juicy entertainment,
added attraction
right at the start


bit ol
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two players, from opposite
teams into using openly
their fists. The referee sent
them'to cool off for the test
of the game, pointing out
that football soccer was the
order 9f the night at "Stade
Paul Magloirea and not
boxing...
As a whole the game was
a very good one, a display
:of endurance and good plan
ning on both sides. Never-
theless everyone agreed that
it was also much too rough.
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; N TOWN ON
AFRO ART RESEARCH

Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert L.
SCooper a couple who are
- playing an important rble
D in forging new paths of pro
s gress for the Negro in Ame
'rica are now enjoying a
I Haitian vacation at the Ho-
tel Majestic.
Mrs. Cooper is the co-
f owner and manager of the
1 Afro Arts Bazaar in New
York a business devoted
t to acquainting the public
with the arts and cultures
of the world's darker peo-
ple. From Haiti the Ba-
zaar features paintings of
jour representative artists,
the intricate copper jewelry
of Mrs. Jean Chenet and the
finest type of mahogany
ware. Mrs. Cooper stress-
ies the fact that the Bazaar
is primarily interested in
quality rather than quantity
and is anxious to serve as.
an outlet for young artists
'and craftmen who have out
'standing creative ability.


Chrysler Its stock includes imports
fr6m Africa, the British
The most familiar West Indies and the Virgin
Islands ... and customers
Car on the Haitian roads. ,spend hours browsing a-
mong the paintings, sculp-
S' tures. pieces of ceramics,
-.- -handmade jewelry .and lea-
ther goods which are on
~' J i display, Your Reporter, for
one, became so intrigued
S'thiat he determined to drop
in for a look during his
PElRSONALIZEf next trip to New York ...
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come one of the most re-
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in the Juvenile Delinquen-
cy field. He recently serv-
ed as technical consultant
for the prize-winning mo-
ition picture (The Quiet
One, that made a touching
ly poignant study of- the
background of a so-called
,Bad Boy., He is- now di-
rector of a girls camp on
Welfare Island that is used
as a center for diagnosing


the difficulties of young
girls whose cases have been
brought to New York ..
City's Juvenile Courts. Mr.
Cooper formerly served as
executive director of the
Wiltwyck School which lieq
across the Hudson from
Hyde Park.
The couple' plan to rew
main in Haiti until the 27th
of this month.


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,HAITI aUN


SUNDAY, AUGUST 17th


Dr. Martial Petrus, dir
tor of the Bureau for t
Eradication of Yaws, ai
wered a series of questto
in Lae Nouvelliste, recei
ly-on the progress made
the gigantic campaign
eliminate this disfigut i
tropical disease from the r
ral population of Haiti. W
found his facts and figure
so interesting that we ha
translated them for the I
nefit of ohr readers,

The Haitian anti-Ya'
Campaign was born in 19
when two noted Doctors
Rein and Kitchen cat
to Haiti, to make an on-tl
.spot study of the grim d
ease.' Ernest Chauvet, Dire
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cw- tor of Le Nouvelliste, with
he .the aid of the two physici-
is- ans, launched an important
us drive to find the means of
nt- halting the inroads yaws
in was making on the health
to of the Haitian population.
ng The Public Health Depart-
ru- ment formed a commission
Ve to usq Penicillir~ then a re-
res latively new .-niracle-drLg,
ve in an experimental treat-
be- ment for Yaws sufferers, re-
calling the success tlat this
same drug had in the treat-
ws ment of Syphilis. Maison
47 Bristol furnished the medi-
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he- which took place in Port-a-
tis- Piment, Pilate and Plais-
ec-. sance where more than three
" thousand persons were treat
ed. The Yaws sufferers re-
ceived 1,200,000 and 2,400,
QOO units of penicillin and
S after a three-month period a
blood sample6'was taken- to
be compared with the con-
dition of their blood before
the treatment started. The
results were most encourag-
ing. A report on the effi-
ciency of the penicillin
treatment was read before a
A. meeting of the Dermatolo-
t: gists Society in Atlantic. City
in the summer of 1949.

It' was at this time that
the leaders of the Haitian
anti-yaws campaign alerted
the World Health -Organi-
zadon, UNICEF, and the
Pan American Sanitation
Bureau to their efforts. UINI
CEF signed a contract with
the Haitian Government a
short time later to coatri-
Sbute 'funds to aid in the vi-
tal medical drive. In June,
1950, a contract was.also
signed with the. World
Health Organization which
joined the crusade, permit-
ting the establishment of
the Yaws Eradication Ser-
vice.


Under the terms of the
agreement with the U-N
Organization, the Haitian
G o ve rnment contributed
106,000 dollars each year tc
the anti-yaws fight; UN1
CEF paid 320,000 dollars
and the World Health Or-
ganization 70,000 dollars.

A .team of 35 trained me-
dical aid men designated by
the name of Inspectors.
were sent into the field to
" carry out the Yaws project
after a suitable period of
instruction in SCIP's Sani-
tary Mission Clinics. Later
recruits received their train-
ing in the General Hospital
under the care of Drs. Har-
ris and Pierre-Louis. Ac the


The Fight Against Yaws


present time there are 89
Haitian Inspectors in the
field with some forpning
liaison teams to explain the
project to the peasants and
others doing the penicillin
injections.

S At first the work was car-
ried out in daily clinics es-
tablished at certain points
around the countryside. The
'liaison teams sent word a-
mong the peasants in ad-
vance where the injections
were to be given and all
yaws sufferers in the area
were urged to come for their
injection along with the
members of their family
who, of course, were in dan-
ger of acquiring the highly
t contagious infection. After
- day of servicing one sec-
tion of the Haitian rural
Area, the medical aid man
t would move on to another
spot to establish another
"clinic.,, Needless to say,
this method. turned out to
be somewhat lacking in ef-
Sficiency. And when the
first Haitian census was com
pleced, it was learned that
at least 30 per cent of the
SYaws sufferers had not re-
ceived treatment.

So the experts agreed
there was only one thing to
be done ... a house to house
canvas must be made. Since
there are relatively few .vil-
lages in Haiti and thousands
upon ,thousands of farmers
live in isolated .cailles per-
ched on the slopes of al-
.rodst inaccessible moun-
Stains, such. a canvas posed a
serious problem for the
anti-yaws fighters. Each in-
spector was' given a large
mrnap of the particular sector
he was to treat, a sector con-
taining at least a thousand
yaws patients. He worked
set hours from 8 to 5 p.m.
and stayed in the district
until every person,that need
k/d treatment 4had been in-
Sjected. Sometimes it was
-impossible to rent or borrow
a horse to make the moun-
tain trips and the inspectors
resorted to donkeys ... find-
ing the remote trails practi-
cally impassable during the
worst of the rainy season.
However the anti-yaws man
Usually managed to iinject
96 to 100 people each day
and it is now estimated
that more than 90 per cent
of the Haitian people have
Received the penicillin shots
... an amazing accomplish-
ment considering the topo-
Sgraphy of the country.

, These results so impress-
- 'd the headquarters of UN:
SCEF and the World Health
SOrganization that both have
agreed to prolong their con-
* tracts with the Haitian Gov
ernment to continue the


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two-year period.

Under the pact signed in
April with the World
Health Organizasion, the
Haitian Government will
contribute,an annual sum of
196,000 dollars for the Anti-
Yaws fight and WHO more
than 70,000 dollars in fnmds
and equipment. UNICEF
will furnish material, mede-
cines and cars worth 200,-
000 dollars.-

It is a battle which is on
the way to a majPr victory
in establishing higher health
standards for the Haitian
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Trench Classes For
Visiting Students


The National Library has
organized advanced French
classes for the 15 students of
the University of Jamaica
spending their summer va-
cation here with the inten-
tion of learning French.
The teachers are Mr. Pra-
d e I Pompilus, Marceau
Louis and Max Bissainthe.,
Classes are from 3.30 p'.m.
to 5 p.m. except Saturdays
and Sundays for the next
two weeks.



STOP THIEP !

At about 10 a.m. Tuesday
a thief entered Mrs. Edouard
Baussan's house and endea-
voured to carry .away her
.sewing. machine. Happily
M.Ir'. Baussan has strong vo-
cal cords and her cries sent
the thief on his way empty
handed.
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Cathedral Sunday Masses at 4-5:30
8:oo00
St. Gerard (near Oloffson) Sunday
Masses 5:30-7-8:30
St. Jean Bosco Sunday Masses at 9
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Chapel on the Exposition grounds
Mass at 9 a. m.
St.-Pierre, Pition-Viue, 8; 9:30 an;r
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7'00 a.m. Mass English
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lar pattern, only the houses
itI I-/4-- P are a series of two-room


Apartments making up one
house.
'- Hector stressed that in
, both schemes the accent
S-n was on home life; and
farming was encouraged at
SLa Saline. In both cases,
A too, the rentals charged
were proportionate to"the
S'tenant's income.
Certainly in the spirit
The two-way traffic of was able to tell us quite a that informs housing pro-
; informationn 'between Jama- bit about his own country's jects, it was clear that the
:ca and Haiti has got a shot housing system. He ex- schemes both here and in
,: in- the arm this past week. plained the two types of Haiti were following simi-
'...The Republic's top Hous- schemes: the middle class lar lines; just one more bit
Sing Administrator, Raoul project known as La Cite lof evidence of the basic
l Hector, flew in for a 15-day Magloire, and the working problems that our two coun
R looksee at our housing class scheme known as La tries share, as well as the
Schemes: visited the offices Saline. similarity of solutions that
,of. the various housing de- La Cite Magloire, he said, we have worked out.
:; artments here, had a quick consisted of several well- Next week Hector flies
;a' jaunnt over one of.our rural- built homes varying in size over to Havana to continue
I.: housing settlements. from three to five rooms; a his study and inspection
.general store, a police sta- work. He will leave many
ti' -l HeoTpronounced: cI'm tion, two schools (one for warm personal friends and
-.quite impressed., 'each sex).. new admirers of his coun-
b::. ut the'Haitian official La Saline follows a simi- try behind.

SBut it isn't only in hois-
.: .. -- ,l ing that reciprocal ex-
i-. ., change of information is
going on. Industrial rela-
t. ions, too, are coming in for
Their proper share.
S. .. Three Haitian civil ser-
Svants attached to your La-
; P.O. Box 985 Tel. 3494 bour Department are now
here. They are: Frantz Gou-
S.raige, who works in the in-
X surance branch, George Des
.rosiers and Vilma Pierre-
., Louis, both Inspectors.
Champ- de-Mars
p. -. They were awarded a
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i sections are working their

painfully, towards common
sense solutions.


DFAS*' the slog ain measure, to the existence of
l a virile Labour Depart-
:: of the Grants is ment, headed by a Jamai-
Scan civil servant George
9 flfllCrl mScott, whose long suit is
S'texem lifie in patient compromise.
I:the unva rying Scott has taken the three
e varying / visitors in hand -for their
15-day visit; and I am quite
excellence ni certain that their individual
S. oudlook4 vWill be consider-
of the whisky &i bly broadened when they
come (regretfully) to leave
$ us. Incidentally, Gouraige
r has been here before: in
,1948, when ,as Secretary of
Si ._ M fiGANf SONS LTD DISTIL.uLRS SCOTLAND the Haitian Football Fede-
SHAITI TRADING CO. S.A. ration, he accompanied his
r-*eam on their visit.



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SUNDAY, AUGUST 17th


631 Rosedate ST.,
Detroit 2, Mich.,
Aug. 10, 1952.


,Haiti Sim,,
Pbrt-au-Prince, Haiti
Mr. Bernard Diederich.

Dear Editor :
I have been. receiving
your very good paper from
one of my good friends of
your country. I feel I'd like
to express with your people
my very best compliments
and congratulations of the
good news from Haiti. I am
happy'to read of'the many
progresses being made for
the country by the leader-
ship of Haiti's Chief of
State President Magloire.
I have been a visitor in
Port au Prince for two va-
cations, Dec. 1951 and June
'52 spending several--weeks
each time.
In America we watch
with great interest the hap-
penings in Haiti. I feel very
much akin to Haiti for my
strong friendships there. I
hope to return very soon as
one of its citizens.
'While on my last visit in
January I first read the
'Sun), and enjoyed it very
much since it- is an English
, speaking paper and my
French is somewhat limi-
ted.
As I am employed in a
very large T. B. Hospital I
was overjoyed in seeing ;an
anti ` Tuberculosis League
'being founded and BCG
Centers opened to cut down


on T.B. in Haiti.
Also here where I ams
employed we have the hon-
our of having a young Dr..
from Port- au Prince and
Jeremie in the person of
Dr. V. Clermont, a cousin-
of Dr. Pierre Clermont of
P-au-P. We are especially-
fond of 'Mr. Clermont.
whose personality has all
the warmth and friendli-
ness of your people. He is-
resident Pathologist for
Herman Kiefer Hospital,
Detroit, Mich.

1 would like to know-
how 1 might receive your-
paper more frequently than
my friend sents it. Is it a-
weekly. Please give me the
rates if so.

I am looking forward to .
returning to a more pros-
perous and greater Haiti'
next year. And with your
paper keep the news of its
progress before the people
so that all may fall in line
with the President's Pro-
gramme. I am with you
100 per cent against bill-
boards -along the roadside
to Petionville and Kenscoff
the scenic beauty is too
beautiful to obscure.


Besr wishes
cess of your
,all my friends
Prince.


for the suc-
paiper and to
in Port au


Sincerely yours,
Kathryn D. Roberts.

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for plugging 'at next Wed-
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SUNDAY, AUGUST 17th __HA]


"Beachcomber"


Mr. E


S1. business
The CARP is a wonderful
fish
For better, one hardly wish Miss
With its bones my chagrin ba obser
Would be great without Wednesd
S LIN at home
And his skill in preparing the Casi
This dish

2. Madan
S Here's to the TILAPIA and former
CARP and tw
Hail.with trumpet.and harp 'seph re
S To cook their succulent fin last wee
Ask direction from S. Y.
LIN
Mr. a
S3. der and
S S.Y. LIN Robert
Had no sin in India
His vice ter spend
Was nice tion her
His wish homestead
'Just fish Petionvi
What could be happier
Than TILAPIA
On earth or in heaven The
S The songs of the harp Agency
on the virtue of CARP. senger ,
A.C.
4.
Eat to live Douy
Is the way nature gives HIaytian
Live to eat Cleaners
Alr One-may see less fit July 30
It is proper to praise life ,in Pu
with harp new me
But don't forget CARP. ing.


S HAITI'S REPRESENTATI VES
AT THE CARIBBEAN FES TIVAL



SRepresenting Haiti at the Dieuju.
Caribbean Festival in San Pierre,
Juan, Puerto Rico, were the thai M
following: ham, 1
Guy Laraque, Assistant jean, C
Directeur of National Of- Dussek
fice of Tourism, the Offi- Moraili
cial delegate; Charles de Joachit
S Catalogne, Directeur Ad- mangle
: ministrateur Theatre de Ver Pierre
dure; Charles Georges, pho- Amand
tographer: Andre Germain, Ernest
Directeur de la Troupe Folk lord, I
(lorique Nationale; Jacques Consta
Succes, Pierre Desrameau, Herma
Louines Louliis, Duroc Au- Celeskti
gustin, Ren6 Dor, Andre thieu,
SDelmar, Aurile Pierre Me- Fritz
rencia Renaud, Andree Con Dussek
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Mariella Charles, Inorvia venture
Simon, Jeanne Raymond, Deniza
Lucienne Thomas, dancers min,
Raymond Baillergeau, Louis Choir
Celestin, Massilon Leonard, Leon
Edner Calvain, Drummers; as sup'


Al About CARP


ste Dorlette,. Fera
F6lix Guighard, An-
urat, Alexandre Abra
Musicians; Michel D6
&erard Fareau, Pierre
Jean Benoit, Yves
le, Vital Brunache,
i Leroy, Edouard Des
es, Gerard Dussek,
Carre, Ulrick St.
[, Roger Augustin,
JDesdunes, Fritz Mi-
oionce Blain, Andre
nt, Gerard Celestin,
nn Corvington, Serge
n, Hyppolite Ma-
George Desmangles,
Lherisson, Raymond
k, Jean-Marie Durand,
I Douyon, Michel La-
e, Edner Pean, Fritz
ird, Simeon Benja-
Jean Milot Eliacin
Michel Dejean.
Destined went along
ervisor.


LTI SUN,


-:0:--
ric Bondel is on a
trip in the U.S.

-:0:-
Marie Carmel Sali-
rved her birthday
day night Aug. 6th
e in Lalue and later
no.

-:0:-
me Fred Attie, the
Theresa Elie Joseph
o-year-old- son Jo-
turned from Cuba
ekend.
-:0:-

nd Mrs. Robert Hi-
young Maurice and
Jr. returned to home
napolis last week af
ding 2 months vaca-
*e at the Abraham
ad in Place Boyer,
lle.

-:0:-.
Hereaux Tourist
has been named pas-
agents for th B.O.

-:0:-
on, manager of the
I American Dry
s, celebrated his fete
th. This week he is
erto Rico studying
methods of Dry Clean-


The young brigade of
-Tafiators, that f&ted Sun-
day night -in Kenscoff re-
port no special after effects.

-:0:-
Chief Accountant at the
Bazaar Talamas, Gerard
Blaise and Mrs. Blaise are
vacationing i n Havana,
Cuba.

-:0:--
A famous band due in
town this month is Mambo
king Perez Prado orchestra
and singer Ninon Sevilla.
They will feature at Cabane
Choucoune.

-:0:-
Chief of the Archives sec-
tion of the Ministry of For-
eign Affairs Jerome Philip-
peau is leaving today on a
mission to New York.


Gerard Tribie in charge
of the Drug Section of
'Preetzman and Aggerholm
went to C. T. on business
last weekend.

-:0:-
Paul Najac will publish
his new book of poems titl-
'ed ((Courant d'Air- at the
end of September.

-:0:-
Sunday Yolande- Dejean
flew to St. Joseph Aca-
demy, Breutwood, Long
Island where she will study
for two years. Yolande was
accompanied as far as
New York by her brother
Joseph who is off to five
years at the Quebec Acade-
my in Montreal.

-:0:--
Bambocher Guy Barjon is
vacationing in Jacmel,
-:0:-
Creole tips to Foreigners:
Take it easy...-Mouri poule
ou- (Kill your chicken).

Sitting at the Bar Italia
watching the beauties passl
... you don't want to take it
easy ... so you advise your
friend ... -Li mache lan
sang mrin- (she walks into
my blood).
-:0:--
Chef de Division of the
Department of Interior, Mr.
Clement Dassy celebrated
his birthday Wednesday.
Aug. 6.

Alix Desvarieux, son ol
Mr. Simon Desvarieux, cele
brated his 7th birthday Sun
day, Aug. 10th.
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The king had a fat cow '.
which was almost as big as
a mountain. He had a spe-
cial stable, which took the
whole modntaijside, built
for her. She ate only theF
fidest imported hay and
oats by the ton.
One day the king discov-
ered that the animal wasi
getting thin. And as time ,.
went on she became much
worse until at last she was .
nothing but skin and bones. ;
The king called the voodoo
doctor to see what was
wrong with his.favourite. -
The leaf doctor came,
lighted his black candle, winr
spilled water on the ground to
in the shape of a cross and hole
spoke a strange language' big
that no one understood. four
When he finished the cere- fron
n'ony he said, ,A baca is way
sent out every night by an fles
'unknown enemy to suck one
the blood out of the beast, the
and it is too late to save ber
her.,- knif
The news of the king's very
cow got around and soon ..
reached Bduqni's ears. ,,The men
cow's dying, that's bad luck cause
for the king, but it's good help
luck for me. I'll go right ceiv
over and find a way to eat h
: thBou
some of that cow." ,ou
When Bouqui arrived havi
at the king's stable, the ing.
cow was si.ll alive. He Su
.made a hole in the stomach s.aw
of the beast and went into the
her and settled down and 'c1
began to eat. righ
The king who could r-o natu
,stand to see the animal suf- his
fer- an)' more gave orders him
to his men to kill her, but who
to save the skin. one
A little hole was made O
above the knee of the dead stick
animal. A very lung green the
stick, which had bet..i strip .'-ch
ped of its bark. was driven char
S in io penetrate between the began
skin,and the flesh; then ttie '
men took turns to Liow hew


d with their mouths in-
the cow through the
.She soon became as
as a giant balloon, her
Sfeet stretched apart
n one another. That
the cow's skin and her
i were separated from
anotherr. The only thing
men did now was to go
veen them 'with a sharp
e, and that was done
easily.
[alice came to help the
skin the beast, be-
e in Haiti all those.who
? skin an animal re-
e a piece of meat.
lie all this was going on
q.ui remainednd inside


ng a good

Iddenly one
something
dead cow.
[he voodoo
r, the cow
ral death.
evil spirit,
come Out


time,


* of the men
moving in

doctor was
didn't die a
Let's beat
and make
* and tell us


his master is,, said
of the men.
ne of them got a long
Sand began to beat on
cow's stomach. After
blow the thing in iit
iged position, and soon
an to yell.
Mulice- Malice, my nep-
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,stop! This is I, your none
Bouqui, in here!, But they
continued to beat him.
Finally, when i Bouqui
saw that they were not go-
ing to stop striking him,
and that Malice, his friend,
did not intervene in his be-
half, he jumped our of the
cow's bell) and leaped
away.
The king told them to go
after the insolent, to make
.him pay for this cruel mis-
chief. If they did not catch
him, the men would pay
with their lives. 'Malice did
not join the chase.
After a long chase Bou-
qui was caught and was
beaten up until he lost the
.little wits that he had.
Then the men asked the
king what they should do
with the vilain.
,Tie him to a tree and
burn him ialive,n the king
ordered.
So, Bouqui "'as tied to a
tree, with lots of dry sugar
cane leaves sprinkled with
kerosene oil from his feet
'to the top of his. head.
When Bouqui saw a red
firebrand coming to light.
the leaves on him he faint-
-d. But lar that moment
Malice came upon the scene
and bribed the king's men
to save Bouqui's life.
The-men returned and
reported to the king. "We
tied him up to a tree with
plenty of sugar cane leaves
sprinkled with kerosene
oil, and set him afire. Ha-
ha!, they laughed. "How
the fire went up. The fire
cracked and Bouqui sizzled!
It was a beautiful blaze.
And when it died down
Bouqui was nothing but
ashes. If you' should see
anyone around who looks
like him, that's only his
ghost: pay no 'attention-to
it."
The king was satisfied
-that Bouqui was burned to
ashes.
But on the other side of
the mountain Bouqui and
Malice were talking.
,Yes, I bought your life
for twenty gourdes, and I
can sell you if I want co do
so.">
And that was r ore
"round for Malice to cheat
Bonqui.
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Page 12 ,HAITI SUN,,


The ceramics, industry
has. hown a great revival
in recent years. And more
Sand more homemakers are
turning from table settings
Sand decorative China fresh
Soff a factory assembly line
'.- lto" gaze with appreciation at
pieces of handmade pot-
tery.
i- >
The eight thousand -
year old craft has turned
Into an 'art which is gaining
ain ,ever-widening, market.
S:Haiti, which deeds to build
Sup its battalion of artisans
and Little Industries, is not
Ignoring the Ceramic boom.
Ii .And for two reasons: 1) it
L, needs more export items to
build up its stockpile of dol
1 -i.ars and 2) it needs to pro-
vide its peasants in the ere-
..ded land areas with. a trade
that will allow them to sup
i:plant the income which no
iibger can be gleaned from
Skhe soil.

SThe Marbial Valley is
'the most outstanding exam-
' pie of the latter point..And
i'.this week the United Na-
l,'itions brought back to our
F) shores Dr. Glen Lukens ,to
*organize a ceramics center.
,,at the Marbial Pilot Pro-
^ject to teach the peasants a
I'1handcEaft that will not only
'Swive them the opportunity
.to make their own house-
,bold wares but make a pro-
thia.t will have ready
sale. at the local arid foreign-
narkets.
the American Ceramics
ixpe rtarrived in Haiti ear-
a last week equipped with
ii6d ovens and prepared
or a six months stay. Thurs
a2day his top assistant, Mar-
Douyon, arrived in*Porr
SPrince after a. course in
:eramics land tile baking in
~ United States, Marcus
rWas one of the original
.group of 30 Haitians whQ
Received instruction in laun
2'ching a ceramics industry
'when Dr. Lukens first came
to Port au Prince six years
go, sent by the Inter-Ame-
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Dr. Lukens


rdan Educational Founda-
tion to assist in teaching
manual skills. When the
American expert leaves
Marbial, Marcus will be,
put in charge of the devel-
opment of the Marbial pot-
tery school.

Dr. Lukens and his aide
also have plans for opening
other pottery centers at
Plaisance land Hinche, as
well as visiting those cen-
ters already established by
the Government at Port au
Prince, Cap Haitien, Cayes
and Decloche. Inspector for
'the Ceramic Centers is an-
another ex-pupil of Lukens,
Mr. Hugo Racine.

Businessmen Assist
Football Club

Two well known busi-
ness leaders of Port au
Prince O. J. Brandt and
M. Votava have made -a
generous gesture in the in-
'terests of Haitian Youth by
donating a piece of land on
'Avenue Dessalines to the
Haitian Racing Club. The
Textile* Industrialist and
the manager of Maison
'Baca are to be congratulat-
ed for their interest in pro-
moting the welfare of the
. coming generation.


Dr Lukens Returns

.To Boost Ceramic Industry


W\iHEN HE CAME BACK FROM
VACATION I TRIED -I SHAME
HIM BY PRETENDING I DIDN'T
ELEN KNOW HE'D BEEN ~qONE.'


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Wanted!
A PEN PAL

American Embassy,
Port-au-Prince,
Haiti,
August 12, 1952.
Mr. Bernard Deidrich,
directorr of ,Haiti Sun,
positionn Ground,
)ort-au-Prince, Haiti.
pear Mr. Deidrich:
A young soldier in Ko-
rea has written the Embas-
S'y as follows:
Would it be possible for
me to obtain some address-
es of English-speaking resi-
dents that desire to corres-
pond with a very lonely sol
dier in Korea? All letters
will be answered prompt-
ly and faihtfully.
Perhaps you think it
strange that I send this re-
quest to you. I've. been
over here sixteen months
and have yet to receive a
letter despite numerous re-
quests on my part. So I de-
cided to write to the place
where I would least likely
succeed to see if that would
work.

Thanking you in advance
Your friend foremost,
PFC William A. Austin,
US 55151850
584 Med Arms Co.
APO 301
c/o Postmaster
San Francisco.
I am sending this to you
with the thought that some
of your readers might feel
inclined to exchange corres-
pondence wih this young
soldier of the United Na-
tions in Korea.
Sincerely,
I-tomer Gayne,
Public Affairs Officer.


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A Week-end Off


Minister Mauclair Zkphi-
rin spent last week-end at
the Cap. The Secretary of
State of the Presidency in-
spected the work underway
for modernizing the old co-
lonial capital and Quartier
Morin.


- Eirl Scouts


The Girl Scouts of Haiti
broke up their Camp on the
Dufort property on the
banks of La Riviere Froide
this week-end, regretfully
bringing an end to eight
days of -fun in the Great
Outdoors. iMadame Duro-
cher w'as responsible for the
camping trip which brought
young girls together from
all'parts of the Republic.


Lady Stylist'


Miss Marylin Mattlin off
'to New York to bring back
highly stylish creations for
the Grand Opening of her
new Woman's Wear Shop
on the Exposition Grounds.
The aHaiti Sun,, will an-
nounce the big date soon.


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L Beatrice Biamwell- of
rper's Bazaar was among
i.-houseful of guests at
e Hotel Oloffson last
reek. She heard about the
Wonders of Haiti from Ro-
rtGerdy, one of the
ip editors of the chic wo-
man's fashion magazine.
S--:0:-
P Now honeymooning are
MLr. and Mrs. Alphonse Ma-
,hiou (she is the former File
Ghislaina Dahlgren). The
couple were married Au-
gust 7th 'at St. 'Anne's
Church with the bride-
groom's nephew, Father


Mond6sir, saying the
tial mass.. Dr. Au
Mathurin and M. M
Boucicaut -were the a


Snup-
gustin
.aurice
Lttend-
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- Honeymooning in Port
:till the 24th are Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Laro h e
r-whose fashionable wedding
last weekend will long be
Remembered in the social
circles of both Cap Haitien
Sand Port au Prince. The
Cr Laroches will make their
Some in Cap Haitien. (Pic
of the Wedding will appear
in next edition).

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One of the youngest pia-
no prodiges ever to play be-
fore a Haitian audience
will arrive' in Port au
Prince this week to offer
music lovers a rare treat.
Nine-year-old Gladys Le
Bas of Argentina has al-
ready reaped columns of
praise from critics in other
South and Central Ameri-
can'Capitals where she has
performed on her interna-
tional tour. Her Professor,
M. Joaquin Castella, came
-to Haiti a week earlier to ar
range for the prodigy's Con
cert.' We will.give full de-
rails in a later issue.

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REG.TRADE MARK


Wedding Bells will ring
out for M'lle. Emma Victor
and M. Antoine Adrien the
4th of next month. They
will say their vows in the
Sacred Heart Church of Tur
geau.
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The Sixth of September,
Mile. Myrtha Anglade will
walk down the aisle of St.
Anne's Church to become
the wife of Lt. Manley La-'
marre. The bride-to-be is
an employee of Franck Wil-
son, and the groom is assign
'ed to thd. Police Depart-
ment.


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'Wedding invitations are
cramming the post office
boxes in Port au Prince
these ditys. One sheaf of
them was sent out by the
Alexandre family wh6se
daughter Francoise will ex-
change vows with Joanus
Jean in the Notre Dame
Cathedral, September 20th.
_--,.O:-,
Seen bouncing about town
'last week with his usual ef-
fervescence Bunny Evans
honorary Consu! in Jama-
ica..

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At a party Thursday
'evening at Chez M. and
Madame Robert Zenni in
Lalue the engagement of
Mile Agnes Jadoul to Ro-
ger Sada was announced.

Helge (Tatou) Madsen
and Uncle Fred are back
from their prolonged visit
to New York.


Sonia
one year
Friday.


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Dana celebrated
on this good earth


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Monday past was the fete
of charming Miss Nana
Siegel, daughter of Franz
Siegel of Pacot. The event
was celebrated with a cock-
tail party that continued on
into the wee hours.

Murray Knobel is back
in town ... wife Nancy re-
turned to Miami for medi-
cal attention.
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Yesterday morning i n
the St. Pierre Church of Pe-


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Auguste walked up the Also returning, to La
aisle to promise to love, Plantation Dauphin today
honour 'and obey Georges is Mrs. Stanley Smith, wife
Nagib Habib. Our best 'of the Plantation engineer.
wishes to the happy couple.. Mrs. Smith is coming back
fr mm forr nnnthc in Wis-


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Nine year old Vashdev B.
Dadlani is over from Cam-
pion Hall of St. George's
School in Kingston for a
month vacation. Making
surprising progress in
French, yoking Vashdev is
the most efficient money -
changer in his Papa's store,
MNaison Orientale.

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Mrs. Jane Eddy was hos-
tess -at her Ti Caille in Pa-
cot to a group of friend's
who gathered to join in a
bambor!e farewell for Lar-
ry Sutin of the American Em
bassy. Mr. Sutin is return-
ing hbme on leave and then
heading for his new assign-
ment in San Pablo, Brazil.
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It's Mrs. Francis Burr-
Reynaud's birthday Wed-
nesday.

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Architect Hotel owner
Robert Baussan celebrated.
his birthday anniversary .
Thursday ... with open
.house at Kenscoff.

SClipper Cargo Bob Lara-
que is entertaining the boys
at Ti Coq's aBlack Cart,
boutique with tales of his
recent holiday in Buenos
Aires ... his bamboching
was cut short by the death
of Eva Peron.
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Tc'mous since 4862


consin with daughters Kath
.erine and Monique.
-:0:-
Local -briseursn regret-
fully saw the three cute
girls from Skidmore climb
aboard the Clipper "uesday
and continue their tour of
.the Caribbean. Ann Hard-
man a Rhode Islander, Ma-
ria (Mimi) de Sylva of
Sdandal, New York and
Lynn Coughlin of Dallas,
Penn., dropped down to
disit old classmate Hilda
Canez and from all reports
(many) they had a wonder-
ful time. Two of their very
competent guides were Ge-
rard Auguste and Bob
Mior.


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Mr. and Mrs. Jean Vital
have -returned from their
New York honeymoon.
--:0:-
U. N. Chief here, Mr. Ar"
thur Wakefield and his sis-
ter Cateley went home to.
England 'on leave Fridayi
-:0:-
Director of the Curacao
Trading Company here and
Mrs. Leegstra went to San
Salvador Friday and will re-
turn by way of Miami.


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Mrcel Sicard went to
New York Friday.
-:0:- ,.
Remy Lemoire of Scipa
went to Paris, Friday.

-:0:-
Vivacious Evelyn Eisen
returned to New York after
a visit with Papa Fekl and
friends in Port.
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In J s... . .


Home from five months
in Europe are Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Nadal anr- daughter
Jacqueline. Mr. Robert Na-
dal is expected to leave
shortly to join his wife in
Europe and return later in
the year with a new mem-
ber of the family.

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Mrs. Andre Liautaud gave
a supper party at her resi-
denqe Thursday evening ...
Mr. O. J. Brandt, an early
guest fell and Landed on his
back, bio serious damage.
Mr. Brandt retired early
and was on the job Friday.
-:0:-
Back in town from school
in Jamaica are Elsa, Marie
Therese and Micheline Po-
dynice.


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Mr. George Naude
turned from a business
to the States Friday.


Sunday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Chenet Jr., officiated
at a surprise party at their-
Femathe residence ... the
"surprise, was the amount
and brand of refreshment
the guests brought along...
stirring I mountain music
was provided by a local Ti
.Jazz ... and the dancing was
vigorous and stylish in the
cool Fem'athe air. Among
the man)' out of town
guests were, Mr. and Mrs.
John Laroche, Mrs. Edith
Siegel, Dadou Laroche and
-Bunny Evans.'


Mr. .and Mrs. Kay Hen-
nings of La plantation Dau
phin are back front 3 weeks
vacation in the States. They
arrived Friday aboard te.
good ship Ardean." The
Hennings are among Haiti's
best unofficial publicity
boosters.


ree
trip


The stork had no trou-
ble finding the Dumas
Pierre residence in Turgeau'
Saturday the 9th he was de-
livering the family's 5th
daughter, he has delivered
three boys also. Mr. and
Mrs. Dumas Pierre's new
daughter tips the scales at
a healthy ten pounds.
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Pushing nine pounds and
gaily eating up the vitamin-
ized Haitian sunshine is 22-"
day old Robert Stenner of
Rue Riviere, the firstchild
of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Stenner, the* Injernational
Telephone Co. Stenners.


JUST HAD A DRINK- ..
Whenever you've had a
drink or two, chew .or 2
Clorets. Your breath 9il i ',*t
tell no tales.


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This afternoon in La-
boule the Canez and Au-
guste families will gather
to toast Mile Hilda Canez
and Louis Auguste ... who
will wed this coming Octo-
ber 25th.
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During the month of Oc-
tober more than one couple
will vow to honour and
cherish,, ... October 11th is
the date Louis Bellande and
Michele Baussan have set
for their wedding.
The following Saturday,,
October 18th Mile Colette
Brouard will marry Gerard
Millet.
S-:0:-
. Saturday afternoon a beer
and hot dog party was held
at the Army-Air Corp Head-
quarters .... it was a cele-
bration offered by the U.- S
Air Mission Chief Col Wi-'
.ley Alexander for the gra.-
duating eight enlisted men-
from the Missions. Airplane
a$o d- Engine Mechanic
School.'
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A party of ryong Port aw
Princiens who jeeped over
to Belladere,. the, modern
border, town, Thursday,.
were heaped with hospital-
ity by Madame Bayard and
her three lovely- ditghters
Raymonde, Nicole and Mi-
cheline.


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is their sense of galanterie.
Because in a land noted for
masculine appreciation of
feminine pulcritude, the
men of Furcy pride them-
selves on their outstanding
virility.
If there is one among
them who cannot point
with pride to his own
achievements in providing
Haiti with new citizens, he
can always point with
pride to his friend and
neighbour Ti Dio who has
made local history by fa-
thering 35 children and
has even confirmed reports
that the 36th is on the way.
When Your Reporter jeep
ed his way to- Furcy to
check on this phenomenon.
he found Mr. Joseph Lifal
as the prolific Ti Dio is
officially named .- escon-
ced. on his 50-darreau farm
called Peno.
A tall, dark, outspoken
man of 55n, Ti Dio was far
more interested in talking
about the-need of water for
his crops than he was about
-his prodigious fatherhood.
He agreed to be interview-
ed. and photographed, how-
ever, if Your Reporter
promised to make a re-
auest through the columns
of the aHaiti Sun,, for rain.
He explained that rain
must come soon if he- was
to harvest enough vegeta-
bles to provide food and
.other necessities for hi? 15
living children. the others
Shad died in infancy or at an
early age.
In between lengthy dis-
-sercations on the need for
waterer in the Furcy area,
Your Reporter learned that
'- Ti Dio's offspring are the
product of alliances with 7
Different ladies each of
'whom he has provided with
S'a caille and a piece of land
for farming. Such multiple
household activity w'a s
quite a subject of discussion
in the mountain region and,
'naturally, when word
spread that Ti Dio was to
be achurched, the telediol
Worked overtime in spread-
.ng the news. The big etvenr
.took place in 1942. Ti : io
S. trodd -dpwn the aisle of St.
A Michel's Church in Furcy
Sand exchanged yows. of ma-
i- trimony with a husky farm
,girl named Adele. It was the
Wedding of the Year. Not
.. only were all the mountain
.people on hand to witness
ih., e ceremony, but also a
large sprinkling of bouar-
geoisie who 'make the moun
:. ..taih village their summer
i' home.
-' "-..The reception held for Ti
S.Dio and his bride at the
t '', .

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Franz Siegel Chateau is still
,spoken of with awe and ad-
miration a decade later.
Your'Reporter was also im
pressed when he learned
'that the other ladies, of
the Ti Dio clan had wil-
lingly helped prepare and
serve the wedding feast.
We pledged ourselves a re-
turn visit to Furcy' in the
near future to try to learn
the rugged farmer's me-
hods in handling the tradi-
tional foibles of women
kind.
Ti Dio is a true son of
the Furcy mountains. He
was born in their shadows.
and only ventured away
from their ever-changing
slopes long enough to try
one season of cane cutting
in the Dominican Republic.
He was sick with malaria
practically the entire time.
He didn't have the ad-
vantages of schooling, but
he is making sure that his
youngeteri are. They have
-all made their first holy
conamunion, he added proud
ly. And he talked wistful-
ly of plans to send one of
his boys to be educated in
New York.
The Great Outside, World
is something that Ti Dio
knows nothing about ...
and here again we envied
his air of serenity. The
clouds of an atomic war did
not dim his horizon. His
sole concern at the moment
was the lack of water and
the fact that dogs had eat-
en 18 of his flock of goats
in the last week. The year
1951 -will also be a black
period in Ti Dio's memory.
He said he lost 95 pigs of
the "fever.,,
But he is still far better
off than the great majority
of Haitian land owners who
all too often have no live-
stock to lose. And he is a
Personality to 4be reckoned
with in Furcy. He is the
only man who can forecast
the weather ... and the on-
;ly man to produce 35 chil-
dren. It gives his moun-
rain neighbours the oppor-
trinity to indulge in their
r'wn forecasting namely
just when the one-man po-
nulation campaign of Ti
Dio will come to a stop.

SCHOLARSHIPS
The Public Health De-
partment has just awarded
two" scholarships to Dr.
Risler Germain of Jeremie
and Pharmacist Raymond
Etienne of Cap Haitian.
They will leave soon for
Washington for a year of
studs.


Fostering The Tourist


A small group of business
men meet on the First Mon-
day of every month to talk
over ways and means of
fostering the industry that
someday may become the
biggest source of Haiti's
dollars t he Tourist
Trade.
It is the local chapter of
ASTA (American Society
of Tourist Agencies) ...
members include Albert
Silvera of Hotel El Rancho,
Bill Vrooman of Thorland
International Club, Pierre
Chauvet of Agency Cita-
delle and Mr. Heraux of
Heraux Tours. Mr. Guy
Douyon, Director of Tour-
ism, and Denys Bellande,
Director of Immigration,
have also been i-nvited to
join in the monthly dinner
sessions, as well as other
owners of Haitian Hotels
who have made their appli-
cation to join ASTA.
One of the promot;an
ideas to come out of the
get-together meetings is a
plan to invite more than
150 American travel agents
to come to take a first hand


,look at Haiti s beauties af-
ter they have attended the
Miami Convention next Oc
tober.
Two separate tours are
being offered at nominal
fees. One, calling for a 3-
day stay in Haiti, would
give the travel representa-
'lives the opportunity to
visit all the hotels of the
metropolitan area, lunch at
Le Perizhoir, witness the
glorious sight -of La De-
couverte and do a spot of
'sightseeing and shopping
before they return home.
The other tour provides
five days of sightseeing and
-exarrn;.nr the -tourist ac-
commodaions. Agents mak
ing this trip will be able to
go to Cap Hairien, visit
the Citadelle and the Hotel
Roi Christophe.
There is- nothing like
word-of-mouth advertising
to sell a country's advanta-
ges to vacationers. And we
can be certain that" travel
agents who see for them-


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to pass the word along .
their clients.

Haiti Wins Laurels -
At Caribbean Festival

SHaiti's National Folklor
Troupe and 'the D6jea
Choir won the plaudits' ofr
thousands of eager visitors
at the First Festival of this
Caribbean which took place -
last week in the Puerto._-
Rican Capital of San Juan.
Also appearing were sing
ers, dancers and musiciansF
from Trinidad, the Virgin
Islands, Jamaica, Curacab
and Aruba. Our Photogra-
pher Ti Charles ,covered,
the folklore performances
with his trusty camera aid
we hope to present our
readers with a picture story
of the event next week.
fe' dtr rhat drummer Ti
Ro-Ro had them bouncing
in the aisles.

August is a lucky month
for Sgt. Bob Willer of the
u. S. A, Mission ... he got
himself engaged and was
notified yesterday that he
had been promoted to Mas-
ter Sgt.


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SUNDAY, AUGUST 17th

Paramount. Programme

j' During the summer sea-
Sson and starting on the
S20th of August, Paramount
will present each Wednes-
day ar. 6.00 p.m. and 8.00
p.m. an English spoken film
:The series will start with
Sthe great production of the
RKO:
BEHIND THE RISING
SUN
S with Tom Neal and
Robert Ryan

Sunday 17th August
3.30 p.m:
L ILE DE LA TERREUR
(5th and 6th)
and a COWBOY FILM
(in English)
6.00 and 8.30 p.m.
S ,LE TRESOR-DE LA
FORET VIERGE
(in French)
with Johnny Weissmuller
and Virginia Grey.

Monday 18th August
6.00 p.m.
,: TRAGIQUE DECISION
S(FreLi.h)

'*Tuesday 19th August
6.00 p.m. 'and 8.15 p.m.
S LE TRESOR "DE LA
S FQRET VIERGE
(in French)
with Johnny Weissmuller
and*Virginia Grey

'-Wednesday 20th August
3 '6.00 p.m. pna 8.15 p.m.
BEHIND THE RISING
SON
(in' English)
with Tom Neal and
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Thursday 21st August
6.00 and 8.00 p.m. ]
ECHEC A BORGIA
(in Fredch)
Tyrone Power and
Orson Welles

Friday 22nd August
6.00 and 8.00 p.m.
LE TRESOR DE LA
FORET VIERGE
(in French)
with Johnny Weissmuller
and -Virginia Grey

Saturday 23rd August
6.00 and 8.00 p.m.
L'ILE DE LA TERREUR
(7th and 8th)
and a COWBOY FILM
(in English)

Sunday 24th "August

3.30 p.m.
L'ILE DE LA TERREUR
(7th and 8th)
and a COWBOY FILM
(in English) .
6.00 and 8.30 p.m.
THE GREAT CARUSO
(in English)
with Mario Lanza Ann
Blyth'-- Dorothy Kirksten
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Minister Joseph Charles
land his distinguished wife
offered a gala reception at
their home last Monday
.evening in honour of
George Marc, the Director
General of National Educa-
tion who was recently de-
corated with the National
Order of Honour and Me-
rit. We offer our felicita-
tions to the hardworking
educator.




GIVE .THAT YOUNG
FIREMAN THIS NEW
1952 MODEL
BARGAIN PRICE -



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Curacao Company Gets
Road Building Contract

The Bohama Curacao p
Construction Firm has been i
awarded the job of-asphalt- a
ing the road from Carre- r
four La Mort to Ouanamin- v
the, government officials g
announced last week. Its a
bid for the road construc- I
tion and the building of an t
airport at Cap Haitien was
!set at 1.396,001 dollars S
66.000 dollars less than the s
bid submitted by the Neer-
:landshe Mars-chappij. .Com-
pany of Amsterdam.

The project will be finan ;
ced and controlled by the
Dauphin Plantation which
is now having derailed
plans drawn up by the A.P.
and R. K. Michaels Firm of
Orlando, Florida. The work
will be carried out under
the supervision of two Gov-
etnment representatives, an
Engineer and a lawyer.


Two Fishermen
Drown At Sea

Another sea tragedy oc--
curred off the shore of Ma-
riani last Sunday when a
small fishing boat upset in
heavy waves. Of the five
men aboard three managed
to swim ashore, but two
others disappeared a n d
their bodies have not yet
been recovered.

One of the missing men
has been identified as Em-
manuel Fontaine. Another
is known- only as Wilson.
The three companions who
reached safety are Marcel
Toussaint, Edouard Dandin
and a fisherman named
Henrnus.


Raymond Colin, Excelsior
man and of the late Port au
Prince Timess was married
Saturday morning.
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WHITE and CANNON
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,rogramme with millions
n his 'listening audience .,
ind he would like to have
hese millions listen to the
'oice of our President Ma-
gloire. Reportedly he has
isked our Chief of State for
permission tp record .a Pre-
tidential message to the
American radio public.
Such a message, we are
sure, would add to Haiti s.
lost of friends and be 'yet
another boost to our tourist
industry. w
Mrs. White- who works.
as Public Relations Coun-
sellor under her maiden
name of Poppy Cannon -
is engaged in writing pub-
licity for Our Republic.
The Whites returned to
'the United States Thurs-
day.
-:0:;-


BEACHCOMBER

In town visiting his sick
doctor is dashing young
Kostas Boudouris of the
Standard Fruit Company.
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Word received from Rome
reports that Colonel Gus-
tave Laraque has paid his
first official call on Italian
President Luigi Einaudi as
new Ambassador of Haiti
to the Italian Government.
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NEW TRUJILLO ...
(Continued from Page 1)

Haiti's eight-man delega-
:ion was headed by Minis-
ter Albert Etheart, Secre-
tary of State for Foreign
Affairs. Other members in-.
cluded:

H. E. Leon Dljean, Hai-
tian Ambassador in Ciudad-
Trujillo;
Brigadier General An-
toine Levelt, Chief of the
Arm) of Haiti;


M. Rolland
Under-Secretar~
the Interior;


Lataillade,
of State of


Senator Eouis Bazin, Pre-
sident of the Senate's For-
eign Relation's Committee;
Deputy Cheron;
Major Elie Lambert;
Lt. Charles Plaisimond-.
Military Attache of the De-
legation.


The group was
th e e Dominican
Tuesday aboard
Army Plane.


Sflown t&.
Gaiatal ,
a special


All had become acquaint-
ed with the new Chief of
State of the neighboring
Republic during, his visitto,
Port au Prince last winter..,.
a high point in the new era.
of friendship between the
two nations sharing the'
tiny land of Saint Domia--
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FROM TOUR OF EUROPE


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other nations.
During her-. stay abroad,
Madame Magloire paid a
White House call oAi Mrs.
T uman, was entertained
by President and Madame
Auriol of Fdance and re-
ceived a 'private audience
with Pope Pius XII.
The Frist Lady of the Re-
public 'arrived in New York
last Tupsday aboard their
,Liberte, after her delight-
ful visit to France,. Italy
and Spain. Thursday even-
ing she was Guest of Hon-
our at a, formal dinner at
the Hotel Pierre offered by
GM. Gerard de Catalogne,
director of the Haitian
Tourist Office in New
York. Prominent Ameri-
can figures on the guest list
included: New York Mayor
Impelliteri and Madame Im
pelliteri; His Eminence Car
diial ,Francis Spellm'an,
Archbishop of New York;
M. James Farley, Democra-
tic ,Party leader and Coca
Cola Executive: Mr. Ralph
Bunche, America's first Ne-
gro diplomat, who as U-N
Negotiator bought peace
to Palestine; N. Y. Deputy
Police Cohnmissioner- Wil-
liam Rowe; and Mr. Fred-
erick Hasler, banking offi-
cial.
Prominent Haitians at-
'tending the inner with
their Wives were: His Excel
lence Jacques L6ger, Ambas
.sador to Washington; His
Excellence Luc Fouchd, Am
-basador to.the United Na-
tions; His Excellence J. Dd-
iean, Ambassador to the
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Haitian employers and is
aimed at protecting Haiti's
'labour force from outside
competition. The 95 per
cent figure does not in-
clude workers on a 'part-
time basis.


,cSTANDARD FRUIT'
Even after Le Nouvel-
liste's article this past week
'the employees of Standard
Fruit Company still don't
know what's going to hap-
pen.


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tion the Government pre-he L possie
sented to the Chamber" of t Lowest possible cost .
Deputies Wednesday calls ALLEN & BAUSSAN :
for-all employers in Haiti
to hire Haitian workers for Offer their
at least 95 per cent of theirol
total staff. The law would
apply to foreign as well as

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Pan-American Union; M.
Louis D6catrel, Haitian
Consul General in New
York; M. P. Hudicourt,
U-N Delegate 'from Haiti;
M. Arsene Magloire, Hai-
tian National Bank Offi-
cial; M. Hermann Desir,
Asst. Director of the Hai-
tian Office of Tourism in
New York; M. Cinna Le-
conte, vice-consul in New
York; Captlain P. Guil-
laume P6an, the Chief of
the President's Military Cab
iet, who has been serving
as Madhme MIagloire's Aide
de Camp during her voyage,
land Lt.. Raymond Mont-
reuil.
lle. Josephine Magloire,
Madame Alphonse Mont-
reuil and Madame Marcais-
se Prosper. were also .pre-
sent. The latter has been
Mradame Magloire's -com-
panion during her trans-
Atlantic trip.
it has been learned from
General Motors representa-
tives here, Sociecd Haitienne
d'Automobiles, that Gen-
eral Motors had p-aced a
de luxe Cadillac at the dis-
position of Madame Ma-
gloire during her stay in the
United States.

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