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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
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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..VOLUME I Port-au-Prince R6publique D'HAITI S-SUNDAY, SEPTEMBBE

Crocdile Hunting And

Movie Making On lake Saumatre

.Our columns .have often .worth it. The scenery..--
praised "the Lake Saumatre even on a moonless" night ... j
region as :a Hunter's Para-: is terrific ....reminiscent of
dise. and early_ last Sunday the more picturesque lake i
'morning Yoiur Reporter set country in Canada.. 1
/kut to prove .t. .At 1.30 When .we reached the,c
a.m. be sent the latest issue p.re-arranged rendezvous at s
of the. "Haiti Sun" on ,its the' Lake Shore, the other
Sway to the homes of sub-; members of our party liad
scribers, ,clambered aboard not yet arrived, so we set-
his trusty jeep. with Jacky dled down blissfully for a
SDeschamps, as fellow pas- brief snooze. It turned out
senger and headed eastward to be brief indeed ... the i
into tlh. interior. ; The trip mosquitoes moved. in on 1
over th .:.muddy road took, their two juicy targets in 1
S''wo. hours but was welf battle formation. Your Re-
S .." ... porter spluttered awake
UZ.. r tro eyes n in a-
tffocatmg smoke screen.
c companion acky had at-
tempted to drive off the
Serial raiders by a smudge' s
fire,. uing Your Reporter's
notebook as fuel.
At five a.m., the other
members of the photogra-
ohic and hunting party ar
rived .... French sportsman
Isy Swartz,' Robert Des-
:hamps, Willy Frisch and
Sgt. Pierte-Louis. Isy whip-.
ped out his motion picture
.camera ,to take a colour
'ilm of the sun rising over
(the lake; -a truly breathtak-
ing sight.

Soon afterar'ds d e small
army post at Malpassel
came to life. The soldiers
helped us find a charcoal
boat complete with one-
an crew in a little village
a few yards from the Do-
minican frontier. Our frait
craft shuddered under its
heavy load, but kept right-
side up and the boatman
,oled his-way to the eastern
.nd of the lake which bor-
ders the frontier.

After a half-hour of eye
strain, we sighted our first
crocodile ... qwo gleaming
Upper: The smallest croc eyes and a snout appeared
and fearless boatman. Ti at the entrance to a charn
Joe. Middle: In the char- nel. Robert Deschamp took
coal boat were 8 persons the first shot. It was high
and 3 crocs. Lower: They and the crocodile leaped
are not as small as they out of the water to make a
Iaok. stirring subject for Isy's
Photo by Jerky Desclaamps (Continued on Page 14)

"Hougan" Held Responsible

For Furcy's Most Shocking Crime

In France uCherchez la ,he name of Cesar Charles
remrmen has become the by- who serves as caretaker for
word of the Surete Police in the Maurice Dartigue pro-,
piecing together the sordid perry.
background 'of a violent (Continued on PagelS5)
:rime. In rural Haiti the
slogan could well be (Cher Tragic D h
chez le Houngan.,, This gi ath
week the kHaitiP Sun, re- talim Mgio
:eived the details of another A St m
shocking tale proving once
more the deep, disastrous
influence these Friday- .evening's match
influence these. Vodu .
at the flood-li, Stadium Maz<
priests ,have on uneducated a e flood-liSadum Ma
people of the provinces. gloire was an exciting one
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Tnis story a story or iNoirr. and. retionvne nan '
murder -begins back in been. waitihr ll- week long: by J. i PiI
bruaryr',whenMr;Furcy cof for a rainless night to con- ', .. .
e farmer called Pierre Ba- tinue the ba dtle for the Vin- On~ bright g
n got a bad stomach-ache. cent Cup. Aigle Noir was te summer fl'.. ir
Sis too often the case, he the hot favourite, but Pe tho -hrackspp hen
South, not for the doctor, tionville was out to. ppset cracks rci'i.,.i
it for the district houn- them. With only 15 'mr-
n, a slight little man by (Continued on Page 3) could not help but ibtei
extra gaiety,'.. Shout4 a
SUACO Aim n Builrl 50 enthusiastic: singimgix...
SHACO Am TlU ild.0 ing from :her som
SIr5crowded litt.p bosom.i.n
Homes In Their First- Year crmord seriosttlmin pass
gers aboarfdi h'ad- a.
Early Thursday morning road which opens up this -labelled this vaetio n.o.
our Reporter accompanied picturesque area as. a resi- group of teen-age' camp
architects H u b er t and dental district. '/ < ,Ti-vagabonds ,iiiod had
laude Ekheart and Marcel The Societe, backed by signed -themegles tor'
illard Fils on a trip to the American, Canadian. a n d fact that -the 'wpuoil sur d'
.w housing development Belgian capital, offers to get into .tri ble,-, ecta
iown as Morne Hercule. finance the construction of 'they were un, ii
wo months ago SHACO new homes,. of $5,000 or Just then a. ,
ociete Haitienne d'Agricul more, which are built ac- young, I a,d- y of d
re et Commerce) finished cording to the design pick- height and build, 'whb.d
.e construction of a new (Continued on Page 16) pite her schoolmarmisi
'focals. appeared'. t6 be at
ager herself, arose from
seat, quietly adjusted
ush lffdepack,, then
,few "liga "i o
Creole she miraiousy
vetted the mass ji
demonitun into. 4iiivii
dearly almost i gru
.>.boy-tscnest: Wa.
Cc$ %stopped a fewi.J, e.ht
er,..they diseibarkt inz
A H r fect order behind 'ieir' Sli
Mistress, who smiled inwae
Sly 'as she overheard ."e
awed whispers .qf kti
nmoune qa r t t-itfie Aad
ones who e4 ci ned
her Boy Scouts 'a it win
utes earlier.. T'inhs stro6 ,
Architects Hubert Etheart &'nd Marcel Villard Fils talk !leader was ..J.ri..y
over a plan uwth SHACO's Manager Pant Jammaers ( Cownf e :,i~ pajc 2)..':
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ge- .eral duties as Educational
n :t W7. iilL great leader. Born in De- Director, she ran head-on
Persona ity tOf e Wek roi, Michigan, on a sultry into the riddle of what to
o Pe June 30, 1925, she moved do with and for the deaf
(Contined om Page 1) by parental compulsion to and blind youngsters who
f as Memphis, Tennessee while showed up too oftet. She
ti months lAter, on the factors, left as she came, still a youngster, and start- assembled some correspon-
t of, December 24th, quietly, unostentatiously, ed out immediately to set a dence course in Braille and
n all of Port au Prince and with a joke on her lips blistering pace for her new lip-reading, a French ency-
ied, the religious'ones to hide her profound sad-southern schoolmates. She, clopedia and some magazine
Ilprgayer and singing in ness at leaving these, her raced off to first honours in articles, and soon'had learn
|ii'urches, and those less little adopted sisters and ).he Memphis Cooperative ;ed enough to help establish
gid -ith general, hilarity brothers who had become a Private School, held her and organize' an educational
tthie dubs, their homes part of her being. Her no- lead tb graduate with high- programme for the deaf and
.4 the .streets, a pitiful ability of character, her pro- est honours from Booker T. blind at what is now St.
1efigure sat huddled in found and versatile intell"-Washington High school, Vincnt's School for the
o!'iaadows in the rear of gence, her ability to convert then four years later Was Handicapped. She found
'e -Episcopal Church. Every th 'undulr serious problem awarded her A.B. in Socio- tine to work with the
'add then a muffled spb into a good joke and lessen- l6gy at LeMoyne College young people of the Angli-
apd her lips. Gone was ing the tension of those as- with the highest honours. can Church.and in 1949 she
ifirm but easy authority sembled to arrive at an Convinced'that the adage organized the Anglican
:poud athletic figure of e a r 1 i err solution, -her A little learning is a dan- Scouts first Camp for Girls.
tdo9or leader, the clear, wrought iron .constitution gerous thing'-n was more. She went out into the Pro-
Wcal, realistic point of. which made it possible for than just poetry, she sprint- vinces by truck, train don-.
i whhich characterized her to win and keep the ed north to Columbia Uni- key or on foot, whichever
ytpo' hler workla-day healthy respect of boys and versity Teachers College was most suitable and avail
ites;. This was just a girls .alike in her numerous and Union Theological Sem able..and helped to organ-
-4 .lonely little girl, outdoor activities, and final inary hat same year, and ize youth-training program-
CI. armour of indepen' ly her delightfully-easy way S4eezing in extra courses me' out there. ,
..d been pierced by of wearing her religion, at General Episcopal Theo- Despite hei- proven geni-
Scombination of like a fine small diamond so :logical Seminary, she walk- 'us for making something
S:rel axation from that it became her and those ed off with her Masters de- grand out .of nothing using
nsibiity and the who cam in contact with gree two years later in Re- the magic formula of faith,
Ste,;: hundreds of her were forced to admire. ligious Education.. resourcefulness, and hard
| f 'd~ep, cold seas be- ;t, and not feel sorry for Burdened with a dome work, it took money to car-
t erslf and her lqved her. full of book-learnin', she de ry on successfully some of
Siir litistanas ,;Eve. This .cided to put it to a real test her programmes. Then she
t itle gir"was: also Kay -The intelligence, charac- right away quick, so she would lay aside her .coun-
S'er :and- general capability squatted next, at Fort De- try" clothes in favour of
-~s.a.=4. ps.. .amaz- ;f'-this,' young lady were not. fiance in arid Arizona where her citys clothes, and with'
;4adyd,. who in a-'6rirti'e' day in July, 1948 she unlimbered 'sohne of her the cooperation of her
smajer:.but' iore-ie .tok- up':her new newly learned .'ideas on the, Churces' Lecture .Bureau,
asiiti. Her history placid Na:aho Indians. It would jump up to the
s aToie youth ciif sl'eeh~riled" "vith indica- worked; *but she-felt that' it W 'F
'Lt'isany po eign benonei ins of the .evolution of a mighi pay off greater divi- b r.
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dends to humanity and de-
velop' her faster' if she
could get a post a ,bit
farther away, a bit more
difficult 'apd perhaps a
little less often chosen.
Haiti fitted the bill per-
fectly, because, in addition
'to.meeting the other require
. ~n s, here .was the rare
privilege. of- ,working with
her own .people;p -people
,who, without .the language
difference" would be her
playmates in .Memphis or
Detroit. She came-tp. Haiti
in ,July, 1948. and .went to
,work happily, tle. very
ragie .day.
-Confronted immediately
with the language problem,
ishe learned .suddenly and
sadly that h ei'r, college
French course had not pre-
pared her tpo well for this
typee of situation. In her
own words, -I know how to
isay The Lord's Prayer, Bon
Jour and Merci, and those
don't come up very often in
normal conversrtion.a She
accepted with pleasure this
challenge; however, and con
centrating after' working
hours with Mme. 5tephen-
Gilles gave her the founda-
tion for.the excellent French
which she spoke during the
ensuing years. She mastered
Creole and even sooner, be-
cause she had to do so.
While carrying out her gen

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States on -a lecture four to
raise fudds in order to con-
tinue her work here. These
lecture tours. often achieved
an unexpected two-fold suc-
cess in that some listeners,
thrilled by -her stories of
the intelligence -and cour-
age of the people and the,
beauty of the country, were
not satisfied with donating
only but .arranged to visit
for further philanthropy.
Two of her outstanding
help-mates were Bishop Vo-
geli, who, although he was
her boss, acted more as coun
cellor friend' and helped
pilot her through the rough
obstacles which confronted
her too often in her'work,
and, .Mile Francine Fran-
cois, her secretary com-
panion who, proved to be
of inestimlnhle service in
helping her to carry, out her
varied programmes.
She left all of this Sunday
to, fly to a Mr. Clyde H. Nel
son, Medical Technician. in
St. Louis,- who will take
over on the 27th of Septem
ber, as her new and perma-
nent boss. On, leaving Miss
Bryan had this to say. al
.leave Haiti with regret, for I
have loved the country, the
people, and my work. I am
looking forward, however,,
with much happiness to my
new career; establishing a
good sound Christian home.
and family.,
,ies An .1 U. .

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utes to go, the score stood
3-2 in favour of the Aigle'
Noir. But suddenly there
.was a commotion in ,the'
back of the grand stand'
where the Petionville boost'
iers were sitting. One of the
team's most ardent fans -
Henri Desrues had been
stricken with an heart at-
tack. Four doctors sprang
from the crowd to offer
what aid they could to the
unconscious man ... Doctor
Horace Desir administered
artificial respiration, Dr. I
Jean Bartoli made insertions
'in his arm to. relieve his.
blood pressure arid Dr. Athe]
mas Belelrive and Coicou
Fils worked along. with the
other. two. A heart injection
was' also given but all ef-
forts were in vain. Madame
Desrues was led from the
scene and told her husband
was dead. Her brother,
Willy Mclntosh Secre7'
tary of the Football Federa-
tion -'was'serving as lines
man during the game and
didn't, learn of the, tragedy
until after the final whistle
proclaimed the victor by a
.score of 4-22.
SaTi Go,, as Mr. Henri
Desrues was known to his
many friends was? a' partner
int-the 'firm of F. and G.
Naude.' Port au Prince re-
spected himh for 'his' fairness
in-business dealings and his
kindliness in personal 'rela-
tionships. His young daugh-
ters Michaelle and Lilianne,
were due to arrive home to-
day from the United States
where Michaelle had been
attending school. They were
(extremely devoted to their
father. The funeral took
place Sunday afternoon.

Dim News On Uranium

Despite the big tews scoop
of the year, which, shook'
Haiti to its, foundations.-
that' of -the discovery of
uranium in Haiti it now,
proves that .it was a false
hope. Minister' Zephyrin,
in his last Friday Press Con
ference reported to the Press
however, that manganese is
decidedly existent however ,
end that there is great hope
that this valuable ore will
shortly be exploited.



La Belle Creole

Shoe Department for
Boys and Girls.

All sizes in Superior
. make shoes. All Leathe'
,.with Leather,' 1 alke or
Famous aCats Pawn
Soles. All Goodyear

ever made. for growing
Hollywelt Shoes 5.00
anod 5.50 dollars
Prudent Bil Shoes
6.00, 6.50, dollars
Sihes (3 to 6) 7.75 dollar

Sugar Conference In
London On Sept. 20

The International Sugar
Conference is now definite-
:ly to be-held in London on
September 20th, holds spe-
Icial significance tor Hami,
whose annual export quota
will be determined by spe-
cialists at this conference.
Two years dgo, at the
;last Conference, Haiti's quo
ta was fixed at 32,500 tons
- a figure which was in
harmony with the only ex"
listing .sugar factory work-
ing for exportation at that
Today, sugar production
is rising. The Cayes Sugar
Factory should be fully ac-
.tive by the end of the year;
in 1954, the Northern' Sugar
Central of Haiti will ,be
completed and will be able
to export sugar. 1 There 'is
every reason to believe that
'Haiti's quota will, there-

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According to the Jamai-
can newspaper, cThe Daily
Gleaner", the speeches of
Haiti's delegates were ex-r
cellent and were received
enthusiastically by educa-'
r'onal authorities of Jam-

Leading U.S. Poster
Designer Visiting Here

One of America's leading
Poster designers has arrived
in Haiti for a three-week
,stay. .Kenneth HaaL, 'who
designs advertising 'display
cards for New York's Cal-
kins & Holden Advertising
Firm, says that the Haitians
'look happier than, any
pther people he hhs ,ever
known. And he definitely
intends to use Haitian in-
spirations in his works to
Some of the .Haak de-

fore, be raised. Ilgns nave
It has not ye been an-. ternatioal
nounced whether .the Gov--
,brnment is sending dele-,
gates to, this Conference, f
and what Haiti's official es- _
*timate of its future sugar
Production will be. The last .. -
representative to the Ion-
don Sugar Conference was. ,
ITehan Dartigue.



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Eminent Haitians
Attending Edicalion
Congress In Jamaica

On the invitation' of the
Rector of the University of.
Jamaica, the eminent Hai-
tian intellectual, M. Dantes
Bellegarde, made the princi
pal speech at the Educa-
tional Congress which took
place in Kingston, I as t,

M. Julien Lauture and M.
Lelio Faublas, educators,
and Mr. E. Gabriel .Jn.-
Francois, Director of the Pi-
;lot Project of Education at
Marbial, were also dele-
gates to the conference.
An analysis .of the prob-
lems of Haiti's rural school
system .was made by Mr.
Lauture, and. an exposition
of teaching materials and
manual work, used at Mar-
bial was organized by MM.
Faublas and Gabriel Jn-
Francois, with the aid of

___Haitian artist George Rem-

already won in-
accl im. His

'When you. aO Fergusoi's
unusually high-quality
standards to these features
-and the msany-others you
will see in an actual demon-
stration. on your farm-we.
know you'll agree that
although .you can buy. a
cheaper 'tractor, you can't
buy a better, tractor: a4 'any
Ask for a demonstration
on your farm. Find out for
yourself why so many others
have tried td copy the fea-'
tures of the revolutionary
Ferguson Tractor.

New York subway poster
for which he is most fnimW
cd, were ,considered -o 10A
standing enough to be. 'r
produced in the Swiss '
Magazine uGraphis",
hibited at the swank N. .S
Museum of. Modern :
and shown off -once m
in an exhibition at Madi
Square Garden. Offi&i
proclaimed them aThe lei
ing art form for posters
day.,, .'
Haak also collected
award from the New Yo:.
Art Directors' Club- foki
poster which he des
as aa green dot .aid'ae
dot surrounded by .bladc
looking more than any
like a stop-and-go signafb'
Evid mtly such eb .hl.'.l
aers are .quite the deal sia
Mr. Haak was set U
Advertising Magazine i
the artist to reptesent.ti
rica :n a Swiss, book.id;-.
published this fill iti
a50 Designers of ths!e?4
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that gives yoAu AlL. ..
these fine-features!. '
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System "*
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Protection' -
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Control '
* Automatic Steering. :-
* 3-Point Converginq'g '-'
* AutomatIc 'Drft ... r. :|
,Control, .. ,. .
Traction Without: .
Built-'n Weight. .' i
SpecialValvetin- ..
'Head Engine '.
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ay Sept. 7th
'3.30 p.m. After a
I DE LA TERREUR the young
S(11lth and 12th) Jean-Fran(
a ida COWBOY FILM Port au 1
l:'(in English) from Bue
.00 and 8.30 p.m. 'larship st
LA PROIE the Arger
'" (in` Freqch) M. Jean-
ih Victor Mature and courses ii
;Richard Comte ,omy at tl
-Sep,. 8th nomic Sri
6: '6.00 pim. Aires. H
(in:Spanish) dit Depai
-,iJorge. Mispral; Guiller- operative
ia Gim, Lilia Prada Credit, i
I ,f&l Pedro' Vargas Productio
i: Sept. 9th ithe Natio
001 aiid 8.15 p.m. tine, as p
i. LA PROIE ,He -also
'(iii .French) in Ameri
t ictiOr "Mature and ithe Natic
,.. Richard Comte Guyo, in
tesay Sept. 10th vince of
'-',6.00 p.mn. a Foi
-(i. .Frehich) Sunmmer
Mbntgomery Clift, same Us
lt.M ihobn, Jarmila share thai
iqta,:: aid. Ivan Jandi. will suco
.' 15- 'v:m briliant..

S in English). 'After
iith Tom Near and to-Rico,
~' : .Robert Ryan Vaugues,
sh wdav Sept. ':11th Haiti's M
G'&. a.d,8215 pm. turned la
I DE LA tve cty.
.VIERGE .. tM wit
,s. ,'* .Fr1ench) groupsus ki
i.J ny Weissmuller '
nVirginia -Grey ,

:,6;o0 and 8.15 p.m.
1, ..LA P ROIE. j
i .. (French) .
it.Vrctor Ma~ire and e -
"i-td.ardComte., "
S t.--,,3th .. . --
:;.8.15 p.mar.'-. "

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L;', .'IU fTEST s
ih' the' B:rthers MARX

-.jr. 'WeUi,'' Superiiten-
diiet of the CIM in Cape
aitian left on Tuesday,
RSQpt. 2,' fbr'Mia'mi, to.
stperise the shipping of
tides needed for the con-
kion n'f. e, great public
iorls proiecc in the Cape.
his. -ec .*will: arrive
U&,'a I-I iian next week
,.a done of thd Com-
a ,, le Industrias Marit-
apu :.boats the Firebird.
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''*unny Evans our Honorary
A Cf in Jamaica, arrived here
'-for the week-end -
(b,4,iMs (o Kingston on Wed-
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Back From B.A.
two~ year absence,
; lawyer Jacques
cois returned to
Prince last week,
nos Aires. A scho-
udent invited, by
itine Government,
Francois followed
i Agrarian Econ-
ae College of Eco-
ences in Buehos
Ie did practical
the Agrarian Cre-
rtment, Rural Co-
Department, and
ODganization, and
n -Department of
nal Bank of' Argen
?art of his training.
Followed courses
can Sociology at
nal' University of
the Argentine Pro-'
Mendqza, and he
funding Member of
national School of
Courses of this
university. We are
& M. Jean-Francois
eed, in making a
contribution to the
professionall scene.

one month in Por-
Dr. Jean- Michel
recent graduate of'
Medical School,. re-
st week to his na-
'He was' in'con-
h the UVniversity
& Ri. Pibdrs. A ,


tiUoseph report

SThe first coffee crop is ready
at Cap Haitien and exports are
reported as saying this year's
crop should be tops.

The Haitian Delegation to the'
7th UNESCO Conference was
announced last week. .Adelphin
Telson, President of the Cham-
ber of Deputies, will head the
group which also will include :
Leon Laleau, head of the Na-
tional Commission of Coopera-
tion with UNESCOc Luc Pho-
phete, Senator, and Charles de
Catalogne, Director of the Thea
tre dte Verdure.
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Mile Maria Gomez is clipper-
ing to Kingston today.


A hospital dispensary
will shortly be built at La
Saline, by the -Institute of
Social Insurance ... IDASH
- which bas been function
ing actively since September

The hospital dispensary
will have, as-its first obli-'
gation, to care for accident
cases of injured. La Saline
was chosen as the logical site
for the construction of a
dispensary because it. is in
the heart of the industrial
section where Haiti's prin-
cipal industriess Hasco,
Brandt Cotton Factory, Dun

S-:' brick's 'factory, and Mad-
S-:. sen's are grouped, as well
Also going to Kingston today sen's are grouped, as wel
is Juliette Theodore as many others.
Workers who,, in the
Tuesathe young t r -course of their labours meet
With some- accident will be'
went on a spree ... the excusemmediatel. cared for -at
Smimmediately. cared for .at
,was Ti Victor Gregor's birthday.' te La Salie ienry
_-:O:-the La Saline Dispensary.
August 25th ,was Ralph Per-
ry's fete ... he's now completely Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nemoytin
recovered. offered a delightful fare
gbyhul farewell


Sparkling Water
Lemon, Lime

Ginger Ale

White Rock

The Finest in the Land
LARCO FRERES Distributor

riinner for Dr. Lucieri Leconte
Friday evening at the Hotel Ri-
/.viera. Young Lucien: who is
leaving shortly for the Stat6s to
take' a post graduate course in
Dentistry at the NeW York Uni-
versity. was feted in style' by
the 'Nemoytins. The hbtel's
famed chef served only his spe-
cials ,

Sunday Sept. 7th
3.00 p.m.
(in English)
with Tim Holt and
Fred Martin
6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
(in French)
V'-h Louis Hayward, Janet
Blair, Macready, and
Ed. Buchanan
Monday Sept. 8th
No movie.
Tuesday Sept. 9th
6.15. and 8.15 p.m
(in French)
with Ginger Rogers,
Ronald Colman

Wednesday Sept. 10th
6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
(in French)
with Louis Hayward; Janet
Blaid and G. MacReady

Thursday, Sept. llth
6.15 and, 8.15 p.m.
(in French)
with Louis Hayward and
Janet Blair
Friday Sept. 12th
6 6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
(in -,French)
Switch J. uis Hayward
and Janet -Blair

Saturday Sept. 13tl
6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
(in French)
with John. iayne, Pedro.
Armand-riz, Shirley


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The latest addition to the
furnishings of the Grand
Hotel Oloffson is a giant
microscope towering on the
mahogany table of Room
No. 1., Beside it is a big
butterfly net ... both are
tools of trade for Professor
J. I. Townsend who came
-to Haiti from the Univer-
sity of Tennessee bound and
determined to nab a Droso-
phila, presumably to be
brought back alive.
Taking for granted our
readers are as much in the
dark as we were concern-
ing the target of the Pro-
fessor's game hunt, we'll
pass along the information
he gave us. The Droso-
phila is a special variety
of fruit fly that calls Brazil
its home, but evidently has
a yen for travel because it
hb- been found as far North
as Florida. Professor Town-
send found others in Cuba
and Jamaica and he has
a theory that the tiny in-
sects hitched a ride on the

tail of a hurricane to get so
far from home grounds. He
isn't sure if a Drosophila
has ever been found whiz-
zing through the balmy)
Haitian atmosphere ... but
he keeps on looking, even
hopping up from the dinner
table to trail a likely speci-
What is a Drosophila
good for? Well, an article in
r scientific journal for one
thing, if you have some-
thing new to contribute to
rhe insect's habits and ha-
bitat. Also it is mighty use
ful in studying genetics and
the way paoa or inama fly
passes along inherent traits
such as colour blindness.


French woman, excellent.
references, can teach French
'nd Spanish, is looking for
n-sition as.governess. For
all particulars, phone 2231.

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Don't change
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The summer tourist sea-
son is making headway,
'slowly but surely.
Figures for the month of 0
June show 928 tourists visr1,
4ted Port-au-Prince saying
at. the following places.
Hotel Ansonia 1
Aux Orchid6es 16
Beau Site 13
Bellevue 14
Caraibes 1
Chatelet des Fleurs 7
Cabane Choucoune 16
Citadelle 34
El Rantho 165
Excelsior 1
Ibo Lele 126
La Gaiete 2
Majestic 9
Men Reve 32
Oloffson 27
Picardie 2
Park Hotel 13
Hotel Riviera 139
Sans-Sourci 58
Splendid Hotel 84
St. Francis 4
Thorland 24
Villa Creole 4
Private homes 62
Different residences 74

Who Will Be First
Minister To Liberia

There is much specula-
tion these days on who. will
be Haiti's first Minister to
Liberia when the Legisla-'
ture creates a permanent Le
nation in that African Capi-
tal. The project is part of
the Government's budget
that will be voted upon
next month). So far the most
lJikely candidate seems to be
M. Wesner Apollon who
has been on a previous dip-
lomatic mission to the
"world's only other Negro
Republic and is personally
acquainted with members
of its government.,


Dec. Dujour Charles' ,day
)ff, almost ended at noon
Wednesday when he used
his authority to stop a lady
of size, (250 pounds) from
throwing rocks- at a little
slim man, whose cries of
'am ... oue ... h..., were
drowned by the whizz of
Detective Charles ap-
proached the lady who
sells ,Griots, evenings near
Portail St. Joseph and asked
her to refrain from disturb-
.ng the peace. With a dozen
swift movements the lady
tore Detective Charles shirt
to shreds and with those re-
maining shreds swung him

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off the ground.
Detective Roland Baron .
lette happened on the scene .i
in time to rescue his comn
rade from suffering a dise
located or broken neck.
The lady has been con-'r
fined, charged with assault" :;
ing an Officer of the Law ;!,;
- Police suspect the lady is
afollen. '

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Morne, new. nice, cool, mo*
dern, comfortable, furnished
house. Hot water big re- i
ception (bar, hall, large te- o
;race), but 2 rooms. Swimi '
ming pool if desired. Call,
5004, between 12.00 and:
2.00 p.m.

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was present in the August I l
23rd Obituary Sotices print
led by Le No-velliste. It re-
corded the death of Ma- Agents: TRAS-WORLD TRADING CO., S A.
dame Elzida Augustin -Rue du Quai
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Hee is the Creole version the Parisians. In a moment i
-` .bfor the delectation of pf happy inspiration the J
i6r 'chers lecteurs of the Bogat family-F. L., Gladys ,
-1 Amo s American song and Madame F. -7 trans- j
6" o as aThe Thing', lared it into Creole. Pre-
.rc l wdh'as been the rage of rented to the public' last
'j ke-box clientele for week-end by Theodore Beau
pipnths, no. Maurice Che- brun, Haiti's famous come-
Fier trecenily launched it dian-singer,, at Cabane thou
(i 'i night clubs of Paris, coune, it is now likely to
-trs: Freich form, and ,La become a craze in P-au-P;
.is now:heating up as well. So ... "Haiti Sunn
rid;rbid imaginations of present :
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,tn.Jbur m'tap promener .; (dum dum dum)
br la itier.' .Messieurs, li 'derap~!
V!e a Ite'bi- air -
:ui:'-yun coqeueinn'oins trainer z'ailes-moins
"bboii en bois' . ,des annees :
p'Aflotter sus' la, tiaer' Moins.1rive nans Paradis
'. Et pi nans porte-la m'ren-
s_`-Wh.;et--~uP cidri .
Ssri ~- n'uvr I StPierre qui bien radi
,6 ot'cume i .ors" n'esay- *enifer
-.:tot sous yuSO. u .0, e'sl -
t :, i'4Lum):. L, L IGouin mma!
envbas figuim anIVou :deors, gec,
iNns. tomb. sousyun .(dum ddif ilu
(du n, dum dum) portel descenn' en bas!
,ba hfigum : OH! Flanq'ou, dehors avec !J
"".'' % a (duin dum dum).
r.l.,amass d -Port descent bas! a.
a : lle Ville
ur Ir'n l~er concou.ale .
Si s..s. ...toir.e6 cr
J,. t^l.. re4. W.. 2'. .; --:
ideuj '.' ,. -'st ,'ou brd la. pl
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e.tboi:- ,-
utd'1a,:li 'rele sous COu n oun--i 'bi en large.

F', ple. malicee :P m' re ;po ramnas- '
.-- P Pasjm..rete "u-amas.. .
-ianqiu.'. dehors ave '. .
m. dum) :.,-.M' babu yun ticseil ,
0e,, p 'p. ja als riss6-a
g -Fai l'o u.Atdehors avec .,
-" OU-l* .* -thuc
poce!-Oh! Oupa'p -amais de
Lt. .-v. "b r ss6-o .
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t.yu*. cou I ...-.. N hOT. '
Ia' c a
on p'ter-1. la caille-FACTORY NEAR JACMEL
s M. -'
,t:.aUle : Madame-' :,.'A .pottery factory my.be -
A.. a ps"li . opened, soon, in Marbial
,:near~ Jtmnel. ,The 'Natiorial
a li rel sous Department of- Educatio is
I. ins considering; the; project, in '
-'-;,ti(bien fort :. 'viewo"f-'the .fact that" this J
~'!,!nqt:, ou dehors avec Scthtwestern region of Hai- l1
(:tin.. m d dum> .ti is rich in rlay.
p'.. tnuraer encore! '
LF.,qirou dehors, avec It has been suggested
P t : 6Indum dum).. that the art of pottery had
Stourner encore been, at some. time, highly
developed in this area, in
i : 1romener hans.:tout' Haiti's. past since a great
Pdr- ai-Price y many., ptter relics have
tr~i teW qlns rencQntrlr ben discve during the l
uri^ 'lfl!reu '.i ap p.idimMni work to build-
-..'-.inder- . ,ig the Jacmel Marigot -
outt i u a -chit Seg uin road.
'. Officials "in the Educa-
Spta o pren l 'inpor te vieiux tion Department are parti-
bggaille : cularly enthusiastic about
.d ae^sesesrd - utilizing the clays found at
at.o n oins, montrm-il Saltro,- where the natural 1I
*.dii tium tanm) clay has a remarkable yel-
li dlerapi! low colouring and great I
'o nos .montre-li natural plasticity. s

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bave been checked by this
newspaper ;and, to.' 'the:
best of our knowledgee
their merchandise is o:,
good quality e-d good.


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-You ,will'be ire to find' the o suit you
want from MAISON ORiENTALE;'S un-
3tc hed collection of smair suitirigs pric-
'ed to, fit every Pocket. Come in early ..,
Select that -suit length now while .oui
'*'', stocks are complete .
S English A I-w l Pali Beach in Tan
r' Gay .and N. Blue, 58"'wide
i. -. ," 2:1 dollars costume
; i E ish Cashter. Suiriogs in BroWn.
: Grey, Blue and Beige"; 58"
25 dollars. costume
.r'ish inen Suitings. in White and Beige
,28" .wide 12.50. dollars costume

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.house in T'-rgeau. .Cool,
pleasant. Rent 00 dollars a
month. Contact (Haiti Sun,

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inexperienced, apply the
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Hospital Chapel Suridayias;,pt 8S.
a. m. Sermon in Engliph.'.,
Sacrd-Cwrur Sunday MIassesat.,- :6I
8-10 a.m.- .-
Cathedral Sunday. Masses .at :4,-S'zi O
8:00 '
St. Gerard (near Oioffson) i.S'd'a.
Masses 5:30-7-8:30 -.,:.
St. Jean Bosco Syunday ., ses at%
a! .., !. -
Chapel on the Expositii' o;grun. i
Mass at'9 a. m.
St.-Piprre, Petion-Vir, 8;, 930 air.,
Holy Trinity Cathedral "',,
4:00 a.m. Mass French ""
6-OC .. m. Mess French ..
7:00 a. m. Mass -.English S
8:00 a.m. Mass French' i;
9:30 a.m. Mass English "
Ephany Chapel Suniday 'Mass..at.,
a.m. 8 a.m. in French
Methodist Rue de la Revolution Seo'.
vice : at 7a.m. n

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fla H ten enW n pavemented roads, uhder The pay-roll of: river 30,- need vii ; provide it,
n IO l which flows a sewage sys-000 dollars per month when, as inevitably, she be-
r rai t- o tern as fine as anything in means a lot to Cap Haitien. comes what History and'
W..by Bertram Co s the hemisphere. The greatly ameliorated con Nature and Men's Enter-
n .e ,- .100,00 feet -of curb and ditionr of living means a lot prise will make her the
,- ..- glitter were laid in four 'o the citizens of Haiti's old Tourist mecca, of the .Carib- .
p Franois the swash- and economic semi-sagnamonths est cty Cap Francois, bean.
buckling buccaneers called don, Anid'thea'in the post- For a town where' bath Cap Henri, Cap Haiten,
t caring across. from their o.cupanitio and the post- ubs and running water Cap Haitian Renewed.
'rthaven of Tortoga.. war years (in particular) a were are, the Company has The period of unprogres- LAND FOR SALE
i len Cri- the fantas- Rnaissance.s iunk wells 125 feet deep to ive history in Haithas
rstohe arena T- visitors. the Exlpos- pump ,000 gallons a min- ended. The Artiboite Va- A beautiful peace or la
.l..i.ethe capital an of ..a Pince to. store a millionn Projt, th Cit6 Ma- in Bourdon, high overlook- :
.northmn king-,itands as a shmng monu- glonreservoir. Therare gloire, the Exposition,. prove ing the city,'going at a rea-
.A .mmnr of Caribbean' civilisa- , et Of wae--
mn of Caribbe civilia- now 70;,00feet of water- his. If further testimony sonable price.-Apply, Haiti
`i earthquake ad fit But perhaps a great-nas. is edCHaitla Re-; SnS
fr.. -t- r .. ..e i s needed,, Capt :Haitian Re-,
4.at .hS4. their iitials ,deep tr mo aupment., for the ,,.. *-' '"
qua, tagic, manedifices have Keen on a job which tax- FOj YOUR NEXT TRIP ABROAD
Hi- rts'tded t in h1 s,:all ngenuty but f- SEE
"will -. be C near1 fearing as additional. rewad : ...

lfed s.'.i the 'kCap 're- tiveness" and :r.sourceful- Ae Yanks. do not worry ,
g,'edf:-t die hap' ess. -; in keeping with the; overjmuch,. about local reac- .
S:Jround ory fo.e bst of aitian traditions --- tiot, : :heir hustling me-, :
Q,'- ,..,- ',.
a'd antjiuari- ;-i envisaged. feneed tlibds. Lighter owners con- P TIl 3494 '
behi vei C Hitie and have set plasn as :hei,huge dredges 9. .... .
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T Frerih l iaibout:..ithe task'. with vi:- plough into the shallow. ..'
iZ g .idjin jtjt gii -'
'g i "d" ."' ' -o harb .tr'dig ing "a 25 oot .

,C4pet iwWo a gi.rmer iai.. .wharf 00 feet han Mars
,,it _, eorts : t ,de -. .p., e r ,A' Ma rti n ,a t . .. . . A:, .. . :. 5.;am p-V .$ M `
4:at er te gas ndlee-side suffi-g A GEORGE HERAUX, 1IGL
shospita1 ig neineeri't cie nt to p:otect al shi A PASSENGER SALES AAENT
.w,.p~: .. -dIdus so mo .. from the ground swell .'ITICf-T MAMI NE'
,- '''*H eris L beiig consucel from the 'lo any other place in the wrld on
l w equipihar maternal dug up from curious peconsrellion Of
d o d e er' uder' d ean ea floor.. An A na. , yH E .
fteSarisi l- chronistic frc finds itelJ PAN AtEICAINWUKL1IJ
I" ,'. :wplie .it o 'KANL0 'RtOA D H -A.R.INES ..".
-st wd; po ,,a -,sa u',e a.. ds-. frqm r.m:.-the. sea RN S.- A.
k ,er;' hd whih its gis once'hung a AIR F1ANCR NATISNAALRI
-4c er ih d eiers no conw; strict CaHICAGO&SOTHE l N1E
lp.as .oitw) and. re' s-ea-wa l., 6- 0 feet long and -. -- 'E .ob a M l .. -.
11tfse' k h and building. .'-up the' earth: be- SFOR A.W' R- V m
IM .. p :eeh.. ;i.....;yiA .. f. r- . I
ies, t,,, ; theI eye.s .- -.-
-q iirghe before' : Ui', A thaSEEF0e.:
.'c ., au b. i r aer ., to moapoi h,.oin a. ...re a b lA A t. ,.. ,
S"er s liieds -- where rmer re w." re" '. "fe* r*-" .", ...
ar' '-Ofisertaeiye- ritfe
914d ty. :-P -1P

VrJh titMore sh1tim'a scor
!eteclasnewboels 'eol
1 'bK,-' It houses axi. Zs l-1 .4 G A141,

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4a. rii o.uEtsbbiathi ofia _me.,

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o-a "a 's 1 exmplroi s C: .. .
Si. : .. . '' . -:-'t: X. t .k .h, 'ie. .,
eastern uwuoI a tsk s of the city 9
S-M Siate landmi on-wahc the Ba
feee750nT e o lna e Aou
8 e oafieer 1.abor o .'the
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Harold Piee .Wql Is1 L
Pixtrish. (Michj gan Staten
L "" A class' of' 191.3), but dynamic '.. '
Chief Superinitendent of 9
Maritimas, has "reason to be g -
sCtisfie.dwith the accom= ; >a-
plishments of his -firm, so'
'tians, most of whom receir&
%.t Your cates float.'away at.TOWER ISLE, where Bisi pd their, technicaltaining g
EsWod Criset, and en the day of theWeek e w th the firm. eaBelieve me 9
Sfirgoatte n ad you eCount the World well lost. I have worked in Alaska,
O-SL Holli~idt ay Any i Consult and I have never found al

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- For Your Information,

.The Traffic Department To Petionville below Borno
has, now issued official rates bridge, one person 1 dol-
for taxis and public convey- lar
anices which.the cHaiti Sunn 2 to 4 persons 50: cents
is. printing in the hope of per person.
saving much future wear.
And tear on .the vocal cords To. Kenscoff or Boutilier,'
of p-assengers, and chauf- one person 5 dollars.;
feurs alike;. 2. to 4 persons -2.50 dol-
-If you wish th. list of set lars per person.
price 'to keep them in your To Thorland Carrefour,
wailet- for reference, here one person 80 centts;
they are: . 2 to 4 persons 40. cents
S-. per persof.,.. -

". or Non-Stop Transporta- 111. Car ire with Chauf-
:floi fro one Point to An-. eur, Gas, etc.
ro* eiyo limits: Fo' r .s within city limits
.' i, .' (by" one to 4 persons) 3
S:' dollars per' hour
1) Public conveyance 10 Be.ynd city limits (1 td 4'
',icentst orper, pe2e persons). 5 dollars per
sPh, ., .. . 2 ; ,.io r. --
SBy private, hire 50 cents 'Per day.:(12 hours). 20 dol-
g: r I dollar per person :lars .
At '.; er. seven p.m., the .
Sab.ne fares are doubled. Fares From Airpbrt

; . .To Hotels' located, withint
SW.:Non-itop Transspor ttfin' city limits (Splendid, Sans
.... fro.rDbownt,. ; Soud,.' !Hotels iff t.h
:.: Prae :.. Champ' de Mars, area,
' ..Oloffso, and others, '1
:--.'.- person 5) cents. .
.ToPeotio l ile.bycynd.B '2to..4 persons 25 cents per
oQ Bri ge, Pone opers&n pers -
I 5 d o . s. '. :, '' ' ,. -' '. .." ".., .
: .to, 4 sons t75' cerj. To aribe* Hotel- o vicinity
r person.. I p person 75 ceftts .


Liberia'i Minister Air. George Brewer and First Secreta
in the History of Haiti, examine in a vault of the Natiq
crowu .of Emperor Faistin 1st.

"Time & "Life"

The Leading American

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e to persons. p35 C pesdCn tl
To Citadelle Hotel or vii- BEST Cd Ceen-B
'nity, 1 person 75 cents
2 to 4 persons 50 cents per '
To cRiviera Hoteln 1 per- /
son 1 dollar. .. J
2 to 4-persons 50 cents per .' -.
To Thorland or vicinity, I
person 1.20 dollars
2 to 4 persons 60 cents per ;, .
person .

To Hotels located in Pe- .
tionville, b'elo;w the,: Supply 5,000 a Da .
Bridge (El Ranch6, Villa ..,
Creole, Majestic; Cb6u-i :. TT C
coune, Aux Ordiidees, San JIL U f lt jl. P
Michele, Beau Site and r Ri~kdu- :.i ..".-.; :'".'.
others) 1 person 2 dol- .
2 to 4 persons, 1 dollar per YOU REQ7IRE :
person., : Telf 37-70or 31 *..':
To Hotels located in Petion .r.ax.*&,. -
ville beyond the .Borno .
".Bridge, (Ibo Lele, St. .
Francis, letc., persbh 3 3.. ........- .-. .- .
dollars. : .
2 to p4,persons: .1.50 dollars" '
-per person. e "
To Hote0s .located in KensL. .-.
: coff, I person, dollars.
2,to 4 pesons3 dollars pe

N.B.:-- One bag per person
tranported free :-':of chargee; .... .II,. *e.
Each, additional ,piecewof-.fi '.r
Sgage 10 cents o 20 tents the name f r aln q-il t
'destinaion is beyond city Looek Ui fe Li.aibl w .-
linits, '' Comm uny Leade rs;rwho insist o e i-
L.P Aggerhol & Co, :' 6ndral- T aip.Sngc I
AllPn &'Baussan H akif e): .: ,
R.., & -R.. Armand E mile A. Hak"m C
PBuca4td & Co. Ai toinre Hagfel .' a:
B. N. R. H. Hotel Choucounme .':-.;
Banque Agricole Hotel Splendid. .
G. Bblarlde IDepa terflent Immiigraio i .
Babodn & CO..' Imprimerie The6do. -re "'"
Mme Ed. Bak erAu Lincoln E ard J Khawly
'T Compagnie Haitenne de :Mo'Lt'icianik-& Be.~.i'an. )
teurs S.A. (Chrysler) .- L6gation d'Italie .' .~i-
:' commercee & Industry ".O. J Miisttre. de lnteriefi r: :

S' orges Duchatelier. Fouad A. .Mburra
-M-ax Duviviet F. G. Nad .-. ..
:4. Dresquiron Sucers. (Jor'mie) G. .Painson .
Denis & Co. -Hrard. 0. L. Roy
Axel A. Etheait Russo Frre
Fiticosa (O.J. Brandt). Regle du Tabac :,
Fabrique Haitienne de Mosai Dr.Pierre Salgado
ques Scott & Hackenbtruek
Fabrique dte losaique, Emile Otto Schutt & Co. d(Ca
Gardre Saint R~my & Co,,.Clud T
Jacques Fauberc exaco . '.
Kurt Fisher Usine a Glace Na ionale O.-
Charles Fequi're & Co. Halime)
Paul Gardbre & -Co. Usile A Maint.gue ( ,O Br..'T
Marcel Cardbre r,.ranck W ilson.
All have purchased Adiobd-Wermicke* Office. ]qhi m '
ry of the Legation interested Age lts :
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Tales From The Haitian ...g the o wife all,
,81BS FrORI Til Haiti80 Haiti at-your dance, includ-
COuntryside good and drunk with aro- RO
S'Countrydmatic tafia, and full of
food. But all this food 'you ...
by Franfois Marcel-Turenne .. ....have borrowed for them to
Howu Malice RuMze d the vlat, howv are you going to
'BHow Malice Ruined the .. ;pay bdck?,-' C
BdcorO' Dance and Made Only a kife knows
'Him Lose His Foot. what's in the heart of Scorc H WHIs .0
-Cric yamn,, said Malice. aI have S OTCH V-
Every .year the greatest DINHa- UBoR laugh- H NW
greatest "LI,..j I NEWCASTLE u Y.NE. ";
,Ha-ha,,, Booqui-" laugh NNkWCASLEUDoN.TyNE '
bocor in Haiti used to give 6 ` ed. fYou break mi back! .. Lr ... .... .o o. ..
a binquet-service to feed, Give me a g~kog. Two finuaraneed Drled in Scotllnd and B
the hungry souls of hi ges e -- 'oh, make it four., n the Qld Countr by, th Sdol Proprietors Wa- :
ceased ancestors. This year : Help yourself ad spri
.' Help yourself. and spring
be had planned to give ,one kle some o -th. .bocor's ..----
o.f -the biggest one yet, be- esome on. e .oco .
cause his feet had swelled ': It w os d n
up It. was found, through .. hen .the food and dri nk' "! A-s
the. capable, vision- o ao -a,- ,. of Malice -asgetin ... low, -Z.---
other cor, that an ances- h' peple geting lo w, -n <..-' "..... ... .... --
tor, (of whom he knew no ppl werint home and -..^. ... ,,. ..
or o who n. n .- ..,.t. ..brought theit own back. .,;;
'thing, because he died in o. ..- . /w .
'Africa hundreds. 'of: yeais ..' The .ocor saw it was al . -- '. -
'. ibck), had never beeti fed .. most daylight and, no o n USINE A GLACE.NATIONALE-
Thifs ancestor hel d-hint by had come!'- Hevo lesp.. --- Distrib uors ,
roa was e only one had c '!' -.-.es i .
the 'foot to let .him kq ow road s e oy one a, -,. v, ......i
'th t r h a hu i n,.' Mwhich led to the boco's sely aggg He --took.is .
that he was hunriy. hou. there the wonien long cocoiacaque and start .
SFor this banquet-ser icel t u ots of food on the -ed to the -crs sroad, intend- .- E
e bocor killed five blls, Pires,nd passed the t 'afi ng to beat ever-yody in
f., _, r;. i. fo res, iand passed te taisa. 'to ..eat e.e. yb. o",c e n, 0 0 0 e" .oc c 0- ', ---
fift sheep, fift'hen Malice though 't hi s household 'and everyone ..
So "abl whereby the ton. He was about time the people, e ho e. Bt
borrowed etery iron kette, should be comii by td go when -he hgot there, every- OU k Ow .T
nd alth e s.n and eat to the boc rs dance, he had body dancing -with t.nex to wate tea is the ld sipet
-and c ,i or, i cthe lmen, l e at he 'drums, ,"uc "rig.,our that be dropped and-ofcourseUPTON'Sisthebesttea : -- '
the" oand -twa a and w ne wten sa g and ,te s.ick; a. with a broad 'ou -e.nj.o
Sthes foad d vite dancd. F:rom t hen-. on 'a grin himself joined the L. ~EA '
.eoe wt com aid share who were.gong or g dancn. he dance heat- m 'in EVRY DAY ..
'.evs, o Or from thet arket'.it ed'his blood.so thathd for- t, :
hi tad :r ne h s b to wh. 'i e .. -, --.. .., o tr frh 'm th b--..rke-st he '',
is ftast w .h wa- .-_ their baskets dow to, jtoi go at hat be h bad oot.:
M-a- Friday. :uh f, 1e the fdriking -rng n:g~ sanld .Matice in -the meantime fO- -
the ,v..,,.: ---. r 0,
;od.ut,,ered wIy the sornr e ancing. It grew late, ate, m and w a W". 'hi .
-Bugt there Was one person < 0,.
-.,:uaid. not 'invie, M that parents .who 'had sent their dance was in full swing he .r ..-
S did not invite, and that .,,. rra v, i o /7T d o- "
S- ..i. -a' s Ma-e-_ The children for water went: aft carried. everyy bit of the

se t tnave Ma-scold. But*hen the iriv- A few. days after the I TO N 'STE
ie as hsd ed at i atsa the crossroad they, for ddahsopm odv 'sad, ," .'
Lite as h gu t, a o ,ie r a th T ,n's' be aus be
Sthe a evis ears, .Malie got all about scolding and saw the hb- walking with
tead ried hiyrs, ined othe danci g: Wives crutches, for he bad.lost his t .
with his .mischief., rm whd litred far. away heard f 01o0t. Tn-,"s, because he ".' ""
that day on he refused to te drums, left their hus- failed to feed his dead. ,
tl his eyes on alice, e nd bands' din ners burning to If he did t, despise
l-,ay his eyes on Malice, a_ ,
when he mentioned the follow the tom-tom of Ma Malice so' much and try to Haiti Tain g Co., S
when he mentioned the of e h cm back
rame cMalice", -he spat' to lice's drums. revenue h; PQpf .on him, thi.
show his s He hatd Nof the hocer had to Hwetjldn't 'bhve happened
W Malie so much thar people take his pots off the fire, bim
dMalicer wy u thet serer for those of his household % ,,!;ce ; -the last person :

banquet, forced I'll see to it and things I'd goto th'.
did not set dreadful ouan who had gone after water, 'n ca- arEASY Ato p -
ga Malce. w t a y and those who went after T p i bmeone. gerl
wood for the fire had -not ;,Put ves9 te hne'nr re-;,
On Friday afternoon Ma- cg9me back. m;inc 'me -," th. hlil who

place and took a look at wife wele at home. e,, ,m rhat o trie, d o fnVE ituse.
all thed activities. Animals *it is late 'at night. and n,!-no, --'lt Ontv to
were being killed, vege- still nhoti a soj t has come' toency with economy. The paint is.m r
tables were being hauled our dance; and our -children Fn,, ,,j-.',,, Ya- -r
in, -big iron pots stood on and, seiants went oa.the ,nro,, i 'f r a ble nts an l tl n b .
three stones.each, with fies ssprig, this morning and nc sale at 1Heri 'esha nmps.
under them; women were noy it is midnight atd tone.
going"to and from the of them have come back.,n
spring for water, and men rI'm going to find out
were carrying dry wood to what is keeping themr ,
kindle the fires. s aid the wife.
4,1e despises me so, he "Go ahead,, said "the
won't have me at his feast. bbcor. "If I did not have to L
Well, .he won't have any, stay here to watch the meat.
banquet, for I'll see to it lnd things I'd go to the. '.-.
that no one goes." spring with my cocomaco- EASY AN.D QUICK TO BRUSi.ON
Malice went away and que and drive .them back This product is a general pnrpose.? "p" or ,f-,
got a few friends and took here like cattle:",, "e ,'rior ad" exterior use. It combines .dr* 4!
them to the crossroad which Meanwhile, at the cror'- -c t Canie -manency with economy. The paint is. wad -ro.. d :r
led to the market place and road, Bouaui said. ,c,4ral;c- ITL i-] able pigments anl oils thoroughly grouizd by ..ode'r. n
to the spring. This cross- 6, you, got everybody in machines.,0000 '"' .

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*World politics and re-
ligion will never units this
old worlds declared D. A.
Adams before an audience
pf 600 persons at the Cine
Union Thursday evening,
July 28th. His lecture,

aWorld Unity is i
a Dream?",, sounded
key-note of the thr
assembly of Jehovah's
nesses held July 27-29
lver-flow crowd was
modated by a loud s|

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Rue Dantes Destouches Port.au-Prince
Telephones: 3451 and 2822

on the outside where hun-
dreds of interested persons
listened attentively.
.t Just Speaking for an hour and
I the forty:five minutes by the
ee-day aid of an interpreter, Mr.
S Adams reviewed the efforts
wi- of men throughout the cen-
. The juries to bring about world
accom unity through religion and
speaker politics and warned that
"only Jehovah God through
His son Jesus Christ can and
will unite the human race
for peace and prosperity.,,
,Religion has been the
greatest divisive force,, he
declared, awhile claiming
to be 'the greatest benefac-
tor. The United Nations
Organization, chief political
champion for world unity,
ris forced to settle for a
word with two opposing
,This is not time to
bring God into world gov-
ernment.,, he continued,
but a time to forsake the
onrruot systems of this
world rad come to the Gov
.:rnment that God himself
has established.. His king-
dom under Christ.,

Following a half-hour
discourse on the meaning
el yo and purpose of baptism,
coloniess twenty persons were immer
sed in water symbolizing
their dedication of their
lives to serve God. The
Witnesses believe that wat-
ler baptism is essential to
gaining salvation.
Delegates for the assem-
bly came from as far as Fer
rier and Cayes. 'Most of
those attending, however,
were persons of good will
interested in the teachings
S and activities of Jehovah's
witnesses, according to Mr.
Adams, who termed the con
vention a ,"grand success.,,
This was evidenced by the
hundreds of French book-
*lets treating Bible subjects
which were given away free
following the lecture.
Similar conventions are
being held in fifty cities
D throughout the United
States, Canada and Great
'V Britain.
Mr. Adams has been asso-
ciated with the Watch-
tower Society's headquarters
in New York for over five
I'4 INC years.

New Cadets At
Military Academy

1. Jean Bertrand
2. Jose Borges
3. Roger de Chavigny
4. JosephCoupet
5. Jacques Ganchier
6. Jean Gateau
7. Philippe Gerdes
8. Gerard Gourgues
9. Jean Hilaire
10. Pierre Hippolyte
11. Alix Jean
12. Roland Jean Louis
13. Pierre Joseph
14. Gerard Kernizan
15. Gerard Laroche
16. Max Laurent
17. Frantz Lomini
18. Radul Magloire
19. Rene Martelly
20. Pierre -Martineau
21. Guy Paultre
22. Tony Pierre
2;. Emmanuel Phoph&te
74. Mercius Riviere
?7. lean Rivi&re
1,. Vincent Tavenier
27. Christian Theodore
28. Antonv Volel
30. Emile Woolley.
Pail A. Corvineton
Major. Armne d'Hati
Directenr de I'Acaddmie
Miltaire d'haiti

Ferauson Blazing
Publicity Trail For
Haiti Over U.S.

C. M. Ferguson of South-
erland Tours vacationing
with the family in Califor-
nia, will shortly leave on a
solo cross country trip to
convince travel agents from
California to New York
,that Haiti exists and that
Europe is not the only place
to send a tourist. Most of
the would-be tourists from
the Mid-West. of the U.S. go
to Europe. only a sprinkle
ever find their way to the
Caribbean. Ferguson is show
ing them along with an al-
bum of photographs of Hai-
ti, a 20 minute colour film
of points of interest includ-
inm a 'rib to the Citadqle.



Cucumber Time.

Cucumber Time is
that-period at the end of
August the beginning of
September when there is no
news (or money) so you
dream it up ... remember
the Loch Ness Monster in
Scotland was dreamed up
during that time ... Your%
Reporter's doing his share
of dreaming Thursday night
when a spider the size of
those in Tarzans movies in-
troduced himself a foot
from the pillow .... on a
mission of mercy for some
friend no doubt ... he was
obviously recently arrived
in Haiti or maybe a tourist
who had taken in one night
of voodoo too many. for
he was covered with fur or
long thick hair'... (not at
all tropical) ... the alarm
clock, one ceramic vase, a
-crt!e of aspirin and final-
ly a Haitian American Dry
Cleanicrs hanger at close
-uar-Prs, ended what should
! ave been a Jream.

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SMrs. Raymond Laroche of
t Le Capt, accompanied her
Youngest son Adrien (Doudou)
Sto Port Thursday. Doudou re-
Sturns to Bryant College in Pro-
S.vidence, Rhode Island, today
to complete another year and
Graduate with a degree in Com
mercial Science, Accountancy
Sand Finance. Mrs. Laroche and
Doudou. won Thursday night's
Sconcours de dancer at the.
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Berto the young textiler is
Sthe champion citron eater of
Sthe Capital of Haiti. He eats
them raw by the dozen.
The- Sacre, Coeur wedding
bells rang out 6.30 p.m. Thurs-
,day for Mile Emma Victor, sis-
ter of Roger Victor agronome
for Scipa and Antoine Adrien.

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Door Is, visiting here for six
.iveeks With Mr. and Mrs. Fred
SAttie of Petionville. .Senorita
SAdda Milka Vasguez of Monte
Cristy is spending much of her
I time here with old friend Gin-
Sette Sendral who has attended
schepl in the Dominican Re-
publih for the past several
g years.
Judy van der Kaav, daughter
of Royal Netherland shipping
inspector, birk and Mary van
der Kaay is leaving September
10th for school in Jamaica.
Young Eric is remaining home
and looking after his Ma and
One of the oldest houses in
the Capital, built before the re-
volution, is now sheltering tex-
tile expert Edmund Reverchon
and the Poet Laurate of ship-
. ping .circles -Kenn4th Caron.
STheir confinement in this pala-
cial 12-room magnificent, Mc-
Guffie Maison is to last one



Gerard .Alen 'went to Jeremie
this week-end to attend the
marriage of a cousin, Vivian Al-
len, who was married last even
irIg at. 6.30 at St. Louis Roi de
France to Jacques Lanoue.
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to brighten your Jour de Fete
Pat Wideman of Aux Orchi-
d6e \winged her Way Stateside
Friday for a visit with her fam-
ily in California.
Edith Efron Bogat and son
Lennie are heading for New
York next Saturday.. Edie's all
agog' over the prospects of be-
coming a grandmother. The
stork has scheduled a stop at
the Leslie Bogats (mama is the
former Ruby Laraque).
Other infanticipaters ... the
Victor Aybars. She is the for-

The Citadelle ,was conquered" mer Mary Boswell.
for the first time in .history by :
a motor driven vehicle this.. Mr. Franklin R. Brierre re-
past week. A eJEpPN climbed'turned this week from vacation

ing in Jeremie and reported the
St. Louis fete as a great success
with cempile bamboching.D.
Textiler Elie Dana and wife
Celine are off to enjoy a month's
vacation in New York. Ti Rudy
and Sonia are taking care of
the homestead during their Ma
and Pa's absence.
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Thursday Monique and Flor-
ence Huditourt went to join
their father, Pierre, at the Uni-
ted Nations in New York.
Monday Mile Raymond Bay-
aid of Lalue and Belladere is
flying to Ottawa, Canada, to
study under a year long schol-

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bigio
returned last Sunday from four
months in New York. Mr. and
Mrs. Bigio were accompanied
home by daughter Irene and
David Adis (Ti Da).
Jacqueline Etheart, secretary
to Mr. Caldwell of the Sanitary
Mission went to New York
Mr. and. Mrs. Raymond Flam-
bert are horie from their an-
nual vacation ... they visited the
U. S., Mexico and Jamaica.

Benjamin MacMlahon was in,
town this week from the States
for two days.
Nicolas Talamas came back
Thursday from Miami.
George Mourra went to Ro-.
chester, R. I., on Friday.
PI'*s..Ferdinant Magloire flew
to New York Friday.
Shada boss- John McQueen
went to Miami this week.

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Two prominent":young Mad emoiselles of the Capital fjy
ing abroad Tuesday are r mpped by Nouvelliste le-
porter Aubelin Jolicoeur. At left: Mile Gladys BogAr
flew to New York en route to France to marry Miclbt.
Hornier. At right: Mile Hlga Tippenhaudr returning.
to severalmnonths study in Mexico'City.,

Lionel Estime. flew to New ,'Mr. and Mrs. Max BIssainthe-
York on the 2nd. are, Paris- bbind&-today. Diet
S. -:0:- ofI the. National ,iTrari p., :
Back from, voyaging, in Eu- Bi'saint1ee has moinths..of-.re-'
rope arekrTr., and, Mrs. Daniel searchwpr.t awaitirg'him.... ..
'Vital and. Mile Nicole Revest. France.
.:0;- :0 '
The Levihe fapnily -invaded Holidays, are.always far-,.to
Port Tuesday. short '.. at least the NouiBt
S:0:- family' consider .them so :.
Mrs. Guy Portes' .of Petion- Back to school in the States .t.-
ville the former Simone Ro- day fly Gloria, Therese i
court is going to the .States on beth and. Joe ... Mrs. pufs,'
a health trip today. accompanying .her merry cIaW'
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank -Borday Also heading ,for scis L. --
(of Kola fame) are back from broad today, are the three lovear
their month in the U.S. dauighters..of Mr. and Mrs. Leion
-:0:- Solanges of th~e Bazaar Royal
Pretty Miss Joelle Gonzales. Daughters Claudette, Ray.dn ,.
of Petionville is leaving tomor- and Yolande will be accompani-
row to take up her studies at ed to school in Kingston. iby
Pennsylvania's aSlovaka, girls their parents.

the almost complete road
which is being hacked out to
replace the torturous winding-
horse trail to the eighth won-
der of the world. Aboard the
ruggered little vehicle driven
up last Wednesday by Col. Chas
sagne's driver Ti -Rouge were:
Mrs. Maurice Laroche,.. Mrs.
John Laroche, Mrs. Gladys
Evans,- Mrs. Edith Theile and
Edmund Reverchon. Edmund
photographed 'the entire 'trip.
From. Milot to the Citadelle it
took 90 minutes ... the return
trip 45 minutes.

Francois Th6ard returned to
Port au Prince from the Uni-
ted States last Thursday after a
year of learning the technicali-
ties of statistics gathering at
the' Cebsus. Bureau in Washing-
ton. Theard will make ise of
his neW training in the Bureau
de Recensement.
TWe hear that tal],E are under-
way to use Port au Prince,as a
major point in the cruise voy-
ages of the French Linb, the Hol
land-American Line and the
Furness Line. Since each ship
brings from 200 to 600 passen-
gers. the negotiations are im-
portant to the future. of our
tourist industry. Let us hope
that they turn out happily..'

This w\vek'q bottle of Grant's
Scotch Whiskey went to Ti
Francois in the birthday draw-
ing. The Ihappy winner sam-
pled the contents of his prize
on the spot and announced it
was a magnificent change from
Clarin.- If you haven't sent in
your birth date to the office of
the Haiti Sun, why not do so
at the first opportunity. Your
name will go in the hat and
you may win the liquid re-
freshment which will do much

Preparing for a.holiday in
Mexico are Jeanne Bruosse amnd
Mrs. Albert Silvera. They are'
scheduled to leave for the Mexi-
can capital by PAA Wednes-
day morning.

We welcome, with joy.,
the arrival of Ralph, son o,,
Pierre' Louis Elie and his U
wife,, the former Gisele Can-
tave. Both mother and child
are in excellent spirits, and -
,"Haiti Sun,, sends its best
wishes to young Ralph.
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drink or two, chew 1 or'2
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school. Miss Gonzales will de-
vote the next four years to
study at this famous school.
Charming Marie Francoise
Sterling celebrated her fete
Monday evening at her home in
Petionville ... the celebrating
which ended at the Golden Gate
atop Boutillier was attended by
many of Marie Francois' fel-
low workers from Scipa.
Gabriel and Marie Dana are
heading for school in New Jer-
sey this week-end.
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busily preparing a big maho-
gany macaroni set to send off
to Civit Italy, next week as
a present for his favourite sis-
ter Ester. Miss Rotondo is mar
trying her childhood sweetheart
Luciano Pasquariello, on the
20th of t'- month.
Robert Carlstroem went to
New York on _business this
Dr. Gustave Simpson went to
Chicago Friday to study.
Mrs. O. J. Brandt is going to
North America today.
Annette Talamas and Jeanette
Handal clippered to Miami Sat-


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had near]
beasts or
turns. A
day. we

until we got it into the
t rt Butr the cavman had a

o ut a.--- --
jever-ready camera. Later an final bit of. revenge. His
S other set of eyes appeared giant tail moved in a sud-
above the surface of the den, arc and flipped the Ser
Lake and this time Robert geant overboard... not once
.didn't .miss. His bullet but twice during the return
S struck the right eye of the trip. If a crocodile cold
beast. who thrashed his grin,'I'mq sure this ohe was
giant tail' and then dived grinning, when he finally
S-tq ,the black bottom. We retired to; the iHappy Hunt
S. peered through the shallow .ng Grounds., .
'-water and ..could see no' We fired some 50 'shots
S movement. So bravely we in all before the crocodile
.:; oped the cayman, lugged it population- started a mass
ito the water's'edge and left migration to the Dominican
c .jit tied to a picket. hore. And since our hunt-
i lM eanwhlile. there was a ,ers respected territorial

S 'The ,O cs. isit i rcy.' A.e:.. His.k.xceltency the Pre-
snisdt Myne Magire; ,Col. & Madame Poo/let are i-'
'1rpodubeed t three k' enha^ba^ls 4^ ae.k Sdhmatre, by

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S'' o Dominican Guards rights, Ywe called it a day.
S ross the 'Frontier, When The Corporal at the M4l
th ey heard th- shots of .the ,Passe:'ostp had coffee wait-
.Sprigfield rifles loaned- to ing for us whenn we troop-
y the Amy) they hastily 'ed in with our quiry at
.. all ~d the Haitian guards at 11.30 a.mn.:
: f se to learn 'what After brief. rest, our trus
; ss .. They se-eed hap-. y jeep 4rundled its- way
-4"; 4to learn that the only bck. to Port au Prince with
ge'Vwas in, reference to thA three. cdnmans tied over
Sm population. its, rartlingi bonnet. n the.
y-' artz dropped his back oat were extra pas-
,,ae for' a gui to take senge s ... a- Haitian Guard
te ; e openln shot at our sec- and his prisoner ... an un-'
'Vi t crocod ie..' The bullet happy volour who had slip-
as a little high and the ped across. the border into
angry croc did soine mighty the ID'onminican- Republic to
b '4 lasting until Sergeant ,stesl ananas. We -dropped
rr"pLu. oaeHuisi put a stop to he ,two at the army post at
is ins with a crack Ganthiier,,. and sped on for
.ifw e the eyes". wih the capital,'. where our tro-
S h. .revolver. phies. of the.- hvnt received
wA:, 930 i.i the morning, respectful and awesome at-
y.,e- nabbed' our third and tention. Having propped
a. gest catch of the day.... open -our caymans' jaws to
a eight foot cayman shot impress'the downtown po-
1rWilly. Frisch. i ven place, Isy Swirtz suggested
-, ; ioiingh the huge reptile.-was 'that perhaps- the nation's
t i between the eyes, he No. ,1 citizen would like to
S'refi',sed to give up without see the three specimens of
'afiht. Boatman- Ti Joe *the Lake Saumatre popuila-
i 'w ent .under water and man- .ion.. So, .still in'our hunt-
.. ed to get a rope around ing. clothes we journeyed
S, .ts tail, a-d Jacky' Des- ion up ,o Furcy where Pre-
,amps dealt it some heavy sident Magloire was inau-
Sblows -with a large dagger. gurating 'the new Dispen-
kIn spite of everything, the sary.
cayian. struggled to the The Chief of Str'e gave
bottom under its own pow- the three caymans a thor-
r.... Afer an hour, its body ough inspection and was
wes drawn to the surface particularly interested i n
nd. we tugged and pulled Willy's eight-foot prize. We

you have
diles on
more thaw
come onl
of the
ted one
and put t
ming poo
Isy had

ly lost a]
n several
.nd later o
wished we
Three dea
your ha
n 12 hours
y too we
fact throuj
senses. W
the third o
beside, th
lI of the El
the giat
for Goc

Our trip convince
Haiti does indeed
lake paradise to
the list of natural t
rationsos in our J
The road to Sauma
a good condition an
travelled over in an
car. 'Although it v
and muddy when v
over it in the dark
was dry for our re
... which bnly tool
over an hour. In
light the landsca
really breathtakin
the, road winding a
shores.-of the Lake.
ing for all 'the wor
bit of Canada or
land 'gone tropical.
an ideal spot .as a
area (natives weri
the edge of the La
ing a harvest :of sm
Anrd it 'also seems
place for yachting
cor :boat racing.
Perhaps it mighi
to provide some so
section for the c
and iguanas in t
with a conservat
that would allow
only in certain sea's
aren't up on the 1
tistics of the reptil
are. unable. to say
'theii reprodudtior
keep up. with i
hunting in '-the lal
At any rate, they
more coloufful reas
Haiti is becoming I
an ideal spot for
ers who want to s
they cannot see at


-_ According to the
ports. the Panamn
negotiating with t
tian Government
Right to re-establist
gation line which
Haitian .ports with
the United States.
vice, if it is es'
would be both
and freight.. The
advantages of sud
,are manifest, 'and ii
hoped that the nej
progress fruitfully.

11 three
In in the
had. If
id croco-
ands for
., you be-


e, awa The second game of the for his opponents.
Vh your s Coupe. Vincent, semi final In the second half, Aigle
another was played on Friday. night, Noir's attacks were unmer-
ano rafter having been postpon- ciful and after ten minutes
n a brief ed three times on account of they scored their second
e swim- goal.
eRanch. rain. goal. The game was again
I Rancho. ):led when a penalty was
it's teetu .' The ground was very granted to V. and coi-
Id Luck 'slippery and the grass was averted into a goal by Soson
long as'a result of these
long as a result of these Bonaventure (center half
d us that past few days rain, from back).
have a which a light drizzle still
offer remained... The, teams Ai- In spite of their renewed
tourist atle Nor s Petorts Peion il ffors, Peioville f ull
Republic were of equ4a strength, ad, backs made two major mis-
tre is inshowed gooa sportsmanship, :takes which allowed the
id can be teamwork and fair play.. ast two goals. to be scored
Stype of here ere n injuries. Th fifteen minutes before' the.
'as wet Petioriville defense 'line' was end.
Sa little weak and gave unex-'
we ,drove
vness,. It pected. opporranities to A'i- 'The final game will be
urn' trip le Noir's center forward pllayed today at 4.30 p.m.
k a little Dadadouu ..ho immediately: between Aigle Noir and
the day- 'ook -advantage of the first. Violette. It promises to be
ipe was sp,' .thus scoring after 15. good bit. of entertain-
g, with minutes of play. : ment. The Cup will be de-.
l ong the Petionville. reacted effici1- li:ered to the winning- tein.
.. lookl- ntlywith Jean Woel bring '
Id ike a "ng te score l---1 after. -.O' --
Switzer-', dribbling an, d. breaking Last Saturday, young Jean,.
ft seems 'through Aigle' Noir s full 1.abrier,' son of M. Albert
fishing backs. Jean WvelPs aggres-.Labriere,, left for the Unitedd
Slining siveness in front of a goal States, .vher Lhe plans" to
ike reap- makes him quite dangerous situdy accounting.
iall fish). .. '- ':
an ideal . .
and m o- u insectiaidei :

rt of pro:
:rocodiles avece 10 r e
the area .
ion law '
ions. Wei I ',
birth sa-'
es so,we .
n coud
unlim ited .. '. :, ,, ....
ke area. i t nouveau FIUT. combine quate
are one.' s d Ua seul.
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son why tr O R %.,s un
on why .ffet durable. ISOBOl et bi
cnown. as PY TH .RE pnri lamn m n"'
vacation- instantan&eder Pie. '
see things D~barasse' tae makomn ds *
home. insectesnauiblen. va ert -- .
quadruple.; -

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the Hai-
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jail. Said Cesar, "It is all
just a story" ... The Ser-
geant forbade any pictures,


so we left to put the story
S(Contimnued from Page 1) .of the Furcy citizens as spec t
Sators. By this time the in print.
i. XWhen Pierre explained whole community suspected th
about the awful pains in his foul play and they kept a ac
belly, the houngan listened sharp eye on the two highly Newspaper Directors a
gravely and then quietly in- nervous principals of the Meet M
formed the coffee farmer drama. According to wit- Me ce
that he was being poisoned nesses, Corporal FanFan t
;by his. wife. Furthermore, gained the confidence of the Thursday morning at ele d
lhe announced, Pierre's wife two suspects by offering to yen, Mr. Frank Magloire, pi
had 'eaten up, (a creole get them a. lawyer and to director of Le Matin" paid ta
term meaning killed) five fix "things" if they would a' visit to La Democratien .
of his dead children. only reveal the old lady's office on the Avenue Marie
The terrified peasant stay fate. Jeanne in the Exposition. at
ed in the Vodun priest' The director of aLe Matin" w
house and his wife, an el- The confession was a confronted Mr. Hubert Car- gi
derly lady close to 60, came grim affair. It seems that r6, "La Democtatie's, direc- ea
over and worked in the Pierre Baron 'took so seri- tor and demanded an ex- ,y
houngai's garden .to pro- ously the poisoning story of planation of the article w
vide for her husband's sup- the houngan that he offer- which had appeared the m
port. ,ed a carreau of land plant- previous, evening' in his sc
But one day the little old ed in coffee plus a good Journal. It was the latest
:lady disappeared. W h en horse with a saddle to be ripisode in the "Gerard de m
her 25 year old son went to rid of his wife forever. Ce- Catalogne's effort in Tourist .
the houngan's to search for Isar, the houngan, thereupon publicity, controversy.
her, he was, told that she strangled the 'old lady with
had gone down to the city a piece of cord used for Mr. Magloire seemed to
to.buy 10.gourdes worth.of tetherig .cows and buried be displeased with Mr. Car-
provisions but hadn't yet her in a hole dug by a Fur- re's reply, as he sent the,
etumred. Whdn the son cy character liy the name of contents of a glass into his
didn't find his mother in St. Jacques Dorc6 who was face ... the contents of the
ort au Prince he told, Co:r--willing to hide the crime glass proved .to be beer. Air-/
poral Ulisse FanFan, the for a sum, of two gourdes. conditioning was being in-'
Commmandant of the Furcy- stalled and all present were
ural Police, who 'continu- The wily houngai stak- 'enjoying a mid morning
d the inquiries" for two led out a cow over the new- beer." \
eeks longer. The Comman ly dug grave and for 17
at w.as suspicious of days the animal grazed What followed was diffi-
houngae Cesar since it was peacefully, removing tell- cult to see from. Your Re-
at his home that Madame tale signs of the disturbed. porter's position at the win-j
Baron was last seen. earth. Cesar led Corporal ..do, .ad the office wais
Sunday, at the Furcy fete FanFan to the fatal spot and rapidly filled" with persons
for the President, he heard the grave was opened to from the neighboring offi-
Cesar saying amoum 'lf.pale identify the victim. She'was ces, but Mr. Carr6 seated at
fait you ,routes soon lying on a pillow made of his.desk threw the nearest
to hit the road. When her clothes, the noose still pbject at hand, a paper clip.
he asked the houngan the around her neck. On standing up a gun slip-
whereabouts of the missing ped to..ie ground via his
woman, Cesar replied. aPas The Commandant filled trousers leg both men ap
'con ,a.m The'Comnmandant his promise by ... bounc- peared to have been armed.
.was far from satisfied 'and igg .a cpcomajue on the Both men were prevented
Monday he took both the heads of the two con-/from coming to close qd.t-
houngan and his patient, spiramfrs and led them Aers by those present and it.,
to the small Chief of Sec- away -to prison. The follow ended with the director of
don Bureau in Furcy foi a ing day, Wednesday, Your Let batin" delivering a
little questioning. reporter, spoke to the howu fierce speech and striding
Tuesday the grilling be- gas th4pugh the barred from' the office with a ispr
gan in earnest, with most window of the Kenscoff ahirt.' No blood was shed.
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Sunday night, at Laboule,
e young Gladys Le Bas,
companiesd by her mother
id her professor, Castella
[endos, offered to His Ex-
llency the President of
e Republic and to Ma-
ame Magloire a private
performance in their moun'
in home.

The Presidential family
id its guests applauded
armly thie short pro-
ram which was brilliantly
Executed by the little eight-
ear-old pianist, who has
on the heart and the ad-
tiration of Haiti's musical
Certain newspapers de-
anded that Gladys Le Bas

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give a special concert in the
Casernes IJessalines. Their
"Haiti Sunn adds its voice
to the very enthusiastic de-
mand for another concert,
but Gladys continued her
long. journey to Carnegie
Hall Saturday. Her nexi
stop is Kingston, enroute to-
Central America.

U. S. Secretary of State
Visits Port .

Mr. Earl R. Bendelspa,
Under Secretary. of State of /
the United States Goererw
ment 'arrived in Port. ant
Prince last week. He was
greeted by a delegation of
Haitian officials and by of-
ficials from the Americana
Embassy. The Under Secre-
'ary of State spent 24 h'oi":
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Beautiful i
FS EAR ers to decor
S (Continued from Page.1) foundation was dug early in ad gardens ,
August and the worklseems t reasonable
-led by the owner either on to be going apace.
'the owner's land or land
S "Cura o owned by the Societe. The Wtriter MoAsseau Lroy ;
Cur.ao;. "' owner pays one-third of the is still suffering form the
Sprice of the finished house construction bug which bit
w n he receives the keys him 2 years ago. He .was
of entry and the balance is the first person to appreci-
j" A ew S taken care of ,in monthly ate the beauties of Mornes
Jus Received A Nw Starpayments with seven years Hercule and build a hOuse
'.. in the Serie Philips 1952 set as the maximum time on the spot. Your Reporter i
The Most Ltuurious. 4mit to clear the debt.. An found him' busily directing
e " 'm hn' n- American, Mr. Theo Thiel- the finishing touches to his .
: Rad -gram opbone -.man, is President of the new new garage which has some .
SSociete, the noted Haitian daring curves. The Haitian
l Avocat George Leger is vice writer seems to be-lacking
:IU ''. "president and Belgian Paul only one thing, now .that
S TABLE MODEL Jammaers is Commercial he has a good road and.'
Manager. garage faidities ... a car to
A visit the Showrooam The Ethearts'-and Villard .
Avisit.tdthe Showroo TheEgarage Fcilities ... a car to :
o f The Fils explainedsthat they had
taken'over the job of build-
ing homes for the Societe
~'the beginning of August. As
I Curacao ,, o .
''- *blracao" we:' left the Petioh wille road President. Opens
by the market place and Furcy Dispensary
iTrae bUC -rolled over the new route '
b,- .. ,U ilt by Engineer Auguste
SBoissbn, Your Reporter spot Last Sunday a dispensary:
red 30 houses in the process was inaugurated in Furcy
i.:. W convince you of the of construction ... each with in a ceremony attended by
i-, Beauty and Finish of this an individual style that re- President Paul E. 'Magloire.
S; NewSet mo ved any earmarks of a and Madame Magloire. The
-ma'ss project: The area is an architect who conceived and
J ..xtremey p-ful one and
SSelectivity an-Toe f oe nd b th dispensary,. Mau-
has one of the loveliest r. -. m
le the Precision a views' in the .Capital area ce B Elie, Pn moving
vements 6f a vista that overlooks the ei Presdt M -
"; t '* "" ~ ee i''Cal d.e.... gloire; expressed his grati-.
ioic mountains ith their dere, Daniel Rouzier, Buch, .
S.'.:'.". cul de Sc d he dlat tude to-the families Ga'- .--..-.
te nta ..m ter A m.1. nu ice Ru in- s
ie d.: ..e nifcenrt o.hadings ifr o'm Auguste,' Dreyfuss, Doder,
i..:, m auve to purple. Loustb, Barthe,'. de Matteis, A
'i Pce for this Uniue Your Re'porfer was allow Canez, Coroneos, whose gen.
;ed to peek in the-new four erous aid was largely instrux
S it. W.s. rprnsi ngy Low. bedroom home being built mental in permitting this
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