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Haiti sun ( September 14, 1952 )

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Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: September 14, 1952

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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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00151

Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00015023/00001

Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: September 14, 1952

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."

Record Information

Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00151

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. O- JME II FortenTrsnce R.pablque DTIAITE SlJNPAy, M 14th 1952 -No. S;
-Goal Win"up For Violette
S. olette Athletic Club nos- Dadado ad Ma Ee wh who wood

aJERNARD DIEDERICH. .
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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER GERN r












Port-an edal scored in the last four like 'automatic fire-arms.. tythatles inthe
OTI'.minutes of play, in thePoce Rpnbmque DTAITI SUeiNDAY, S Te s14th 1952 *. a N is

spec Record Crowd See Ha Page's 14)

Goal Win "Cuping The qForuietiolett, e ear ag

ThEngaging in a tight, sense attacks of Aigle Noirs dead In the city of
Repuel befoliadded m crowd, ly center and left. forwards Jerem i there: -ist Oa
Violette Athletic Clul nos- Dadadou and MArc Eie who day he is cost antly- i
Vi" ed out Aigle Noir by one Nnwere d ing d shoolinal worhids to expresS coe brti -









7 ". gochaljpion of Haiti. boarded inhe an Atean
o e iolette team, rtt Blachar is see above Fro beginning to end psday afternoon trickles fr.
S ic.t... .om.s Ec' .. emIsi nutes -of play, in tshe most Their etffortswere Bston lashed trun ks .;Ime
,.'peaular soccer game of (Coat hand oi Page.14) 'ndre"T"""::c"e.
S.w g Tuesday-nights the seasonmatch Tuesday evening e quidenet,' earn est .'
,.. :' '",''"gen
at Stadium Paul Magloire. 9 ae jNal toal tske a c las tral agent-ive n
SThe attendatce of lts de- lea-vel loistendlaie o erpi !t in
cellency the President. ofth beilaoer siom-he iometof









.Syetee, ts strongest sset in S .Po l t

ss ;-:.- ,, -. .. . . ste ad y . -u . .. . ... .. .- -. ,,* '' *
Republic added moreend o spirited month The frusi theJerm. aie land
ursday ing Presi- irrigation o canals whic other final of-thehee daughes of M. anday e s con ay. -
t ..agloire fo y in- ca eventuaVi be expand- Oentr Slug Mrs. Arsene h e tigliree- enth hisbit of its ostin '-
ted the new nn ed to reclaim some one thou S Bra Anearie, Cladette and .ish generosity A.-
oIrrig the Vlolett team sa lanchard is oseend ... 'r Ken p e ur also attend oondres attitudckles toward nati "
will protheVice watCup from ntis nued on Pagthe 1) ne-eold Guy Jeanton is l inonthe States. Thehe g howd pdesinionlashy be described as -
.ree hundred he etars a stical sort of a youngster girls wterse accmpanied But after his, day's-_ .: .-.'





ar land ad bring a .ils Wallel who kes to keep a secret t e voyage by their Aunt When he sees a large-
S- era of prosperity to 1 himself nov. and then. ut one Me. Joseph ine glie. mond tree 'with a ra ,.
i"eds of e-peasant fami tl S S eet he kept nearly cost him i- u broken by .the wind,, co
in the region of Thom- eair- The son of a Public The Chief of State and 's the wood er












..ion of. the Cul de Sac !lifted. a wallet cont.nng wi. h his -diabolo. gun, which well to the departing air- la-er the branchhas:beeat'-
S105 dolars fro' the trou loadedd by a pump action and -iner with all the emotions transformed into two i "
|-C-e powerful 'Bernard ser pok- o" VI Dagobert fres a lead slug. common to arts atch- of sculpture -- a dre. --;
p installed at Andre Tuesday fese, tsstrogesassetmorning as ing a mass flight of their mermaid and an o
azea provides 90,000 he stood the astera Wenesday morning, Septem- edngs.o rt au Priehe refund Nat ree se 6
irymorng Pres.- irrigation aof canals which three daughters of le and[(cPeopt .on a- ema n-







etursdDocgI n unt a estor Fa undsert a- hiE ho sA rsnes agr ap n ag i m l-
t lagloire foay can eventual y be expand- Ct a l re
atedthe new MIMe ed to recla m sore th od ar d s an Anne- e, Claudette and is generosityy i. -Ad A-
: Keleiemi.-. Bwil"asobtte nd"d ., r t ees ,t... t nature
tiIrgation Systen sand hectares of ground ,..t eoost.
h wi provide water (Conne on Pge 15) Nine-yeold uy Jeanton isdhool .the States. The ca olybe described ..
r three hundred hectirs ti. oc h a stoial sort of a youngster girls were aomdaned verei -
,f_..ai land td bring a lI.D who likes to keep a .secret to.their voyage by their Aunt. When:-he sees-a. _large"at-
era of prosperity' to Pi'.-cine.l ybe Wlepnd .himself no. and then. But one hll.e_. Joselhine Mgloire. -mond- tree with a- branc -
.c"reds of -peasant. fne oudti.n. 1 D e secret had kept nearly costhBrinC _e-'broken" b.y te wind, '
in the regi of Thomsae- ctae s life. The son of a Pblic The Chief of stae and has the woodi
Uim aid-the north eastern. i fast-moving pipeocke.te-asor Engineer wh s fascinated 'the First Lady waved fare- to his-home-8dm.,ai"t,
ion of. the Cul de Sa- llift-ed a wallet containing wtah sis cdiabolod gun, whiCh well to'tthe departii air- later the branch has bei :. .
Sdonars frob th r- oed y p rto oniyer' with alltheemotions transformed into two
S aond bar dser oket of s Dagobert fires a lead slug other oaet
w lk t peni n oBekerpasecaetld .coiam on o opa te watne-"of trdpltrhe n.ahes S-ekaUi-

Iz.zeao provides 90,000 he stood io the Casters Wednesday morning, Septem- fledglings. W- t e wish h- .dress un witforn a -
: t -.e .t prescription to e filled crot permission from its joyhable trip. (Continued.nPg e1 .
It wasn't untiL a little stoa place at. his hom in.,.

t-hief's action, that Mr. A- he borrowed some bullets.
'dre became aware that his from a friend and, accompanied l ,.,". t=-ar-ltr.e .. -.
wallet was missing. By that by a foa r-year-old chum, he set wi..-_..on-tas r e.to._,c
-time, he. pick-oclDet had out for tle nearby woods.d
ande a get-away. The vic-nle asureurnd ofliort '9f.the., mermaid -"nd.o-

itim notified police that, in WhenGureture m.e
',sddtioon the mnether lund he had a bloody forehead. .
'additinrtoitesm9neythel his parents thinking he d AWe...ih.des
:'of imP orta.t ,papers. plaster over the s wound .ze "


bvieue whose X-ray -revealed a7
.read ahjut the 1,000 lead shlg lodgCed three" centiet-
dollars robbery y Yard- ers_. from the 'smes brain.-
thief's Ihoy ... with a boiMgan -,"
aymond Iarocbe of acting ps -Banker. The. His parents -rushed their
is peon biddingg'ood eheiti Sun's. Cameraman -sgravely, il child to "im on in. PritS Leon out of the .m den of the water"Sk((:a 4. `
sl ]lar wasgeto hson est directly "toatbeafirst aval cuble hlane.. Knows aellthe ticks. Nxt week' au s .efe n.e,.
at CollegeIn the 1.. thee scene. (Conued on Page 16) ht's -newest sport wm appear nPage


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I". EW MAX DUTIVIEB STORE
S BANKS AMONG THE FIRST ,

for the first ti
Your Reporter stopped in Soldon ultra4-ln
at M1,ax Duvivier's new Ap- Just recently he
pliance Shop at 76 Rue Pa- new item from
S:ve-(where F. N. G. Naude neat little sew
-used to be) and did a bit of fascinately en
S.browsing among the gleam- Tiger.i
S ing displays.
i :' Max was Ma
Just three months 'after Firestone Offic
. e-'he opened his doors, Mlax is years ,before h
fully equipped to outfit branch out for
I. dtchens, oars and we don't other veteran
S 'know 'what all 'lHe has in stone Office -
addition- to Firestone tires nmaire is no
Sand accessories, refrigera- his assistant an
b;:. rs (also Firestone), stoves, ing wife is pr
sifiks (Philips Radio) and the cash register


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12z Jars .. 60 Cents
t Germ is a natural soture of Vitamin B,


sHAITI SUN,


me in Haiti,!
modern lamps.
e imported a
.iJapan' -- a
ing. machine
titled '" The

nager of the
ce for four
he decided to
'himself. An-
of the Fire-
- Fred Le-
w serving as
d his charrm-
residing over
er.


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PRESIDENT TO VISIT
PORT DE PAIX


Leq ouvelliste drew at-
Itention in its Thursday is-
sue to the, many reports
that President Magloire will


FRESH CAMELS
FLOWN IN BY PAA
A glimpse of the ultra-mod- _.
emn Soldon Lamps Max sells


Noted OrthopediG
Here For 48 Hours
The noted American
thority on Orthopedics,
Herrman Flax, arrived
Hlaiti Thursday for a


Au-
Dr.
in
48-


, hour stay. As during his
two .,previous visits, the not
ed Doctor. looked over the
tiny patients at St. Vin-
,cent's School for Handicap-
ped Children and offered
his valuable advice on their
treatment to the School Au-
thorities.
Dr. Flax is a member of
the World Organization for
Handicapped .Children of
which the school is affiliat-
ed. It opens -its doors to
crippled youngsters of all,
classes ... a highly charita-
ble and praiseworthy organ
izgtion.

FRIDAY'S PRESS'
CONFERENCE
During his Press Confer-
t ence Friday morning, Min-
'ister Mauclair Z6phirin an-


inounced to newsmen that
the lGovernment has ap-
proved the plan for BanIks
to shut their doors on Sat-
urday.
He also reported that a
rural market :has been re-
cently opened on the Habi-
tation Bodin near Grand
Goavb as part of the pr-Q-
Lgrahrme to establish mar-
kets wherever the need for
them is felt.
The Government -is also
about to undertake the con-
,struction of new canteens
in the Capital, -- in addition
to those operating in Bel
Air, La Saline and Portail
Leogane. ',- ,
The Minister also report-
;ed that the Acndministration
hais set next October as the
date for the opening of a
major school construction
programme which will
be extended over a five
year period. A total of 250
new schools will be built in
Port au Prince and other
cities of the Republic.
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A Monday last Mrs. Noe Fou
cand accompanied her fa-
ther M1Vr. Vilaire to Cuba on
a health trip.
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Tuesday is -the fourth
birthday of Mile Josette Ba-
traville of Petionville.


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Distillers Leith Scotland .
Distributors: .General.Trading Co., S.A.


SUNDAY, SEPT. 14th

make a grand tour of. the
North West the last of this
rr.nnth, with the City of
Port de Paix as one of his
.chief objectives. The re-
port has not yet been con-
firmed by the Palace.


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Paul Verna Winner
Of U-N Essay Contest
The United Nations Re-
presentative M. Aglion an-
nounced last week that
Paul Verna is the winner
.-of the UN essay contest and'
will be giv'n a round trip1
to New York f6r a week's
visit at U-N Headquarters.
M. Aglion added that the:
second prize-winning paper
subanitted by Mile. Lilyi
Ackfmned was so excellent
that he has asked the UN to
pay her passage to New
York also.
The essays were judged by
a jury composed of MIM.'
Dantes Bellegarde, Leon La'
leau, Olovis Kernisan, Jean
-Dauphin,. Ernest Elysee and'
- Arthur Wakefield.
The first prize-winner -is
now serving as an 'assistant
on Economic Affairs in the
Department of Foreign Re-
lations and was formerly at,
tached, to the Haitian Em-
bassy at Caracas. Paul Ver-
na received his la. w -degree1
at the. University -of Haiti
and a diploma in Diploma-
itic 'and Economic Science
at the University 'of Cara-
cas. He is also becclming
known as a talented jour-
nalist and writer.
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French Alliance May
Build School At
Carrefour Feuille
Our colleague. Le Nou-
.yelliste reports that- the
French Alliance is now con-
sidering a plan tn open a
primary school in the popu-
ilous district of Carrefour
Feuille,.- which reportedly
'has a large number of chil-
dren of school age and no
school in the vicinity.
Negotiations to 'make up
this deficiency are now un-
derway between officials of
the French Alliance and
lvladalme Diaquois-Desland,
of the League of Woman's
Action. The French Alliance
has founded two other small
.primary shools to help
bring the light of learning
'o ,Haiti's youngest genera-
.tio.n.

Dr. -Rolla, Hill, in charge
of the, activities of the
Rockefeller Foundation in
the. Antilles, arrived in Port
-au Prince Friday in the
course of a tour of the Carib
bean area, .


aHAITI SUN*


BACK TO SCHOOL
With
STURDY SHOES
from


La Belle Creole


Now a COMPLETE
Shoe Department for
Boys and Girls.

All sizes in Superior
make shoes. All Leathey
with Leather, h'alWe or
F- Famous "Cats Pawn)
Soles. All Goodyear
sewed.

The STRONGEST Shoes
ever made for growing
feet. PRICED .
economically
Hollywelt Shoes 5.00
and 5.50 dollars
Prudeht Bilt Shoes "
6.00, 6.50 dollars
Sizes (3 to 6) 7.75 dollars -

'FREE Shoe Brush with
Every Pair


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AMERICAN PEOPLE HEAR PRESIDENT
MAGLOIRE, OVER 9 RADIO STATIONS


Last" Monday evening the
American people heard a
first hand account of Haiti's
current-progress on.. the road
to economic' arid social se-
curity from "the 'man who is i
directly -responsible for it- ;
President- M1agloire him-
self.
The Chief of State gave
full details of his Five Year
Progranime in a recorded
interview which was aired '
over Station WLIB in New
Ycrk by Walter White, Pre-

Haitian delegation
To U-N Assembly
Mr. Luc Fouche will head
the Haitian Delegation to
the U-N General Assembly
which opens in New York
the 14th.of next month.
Other .-metnlbers of the
Delegation idcluode: Senator
Ducasse Jumel'le, .M.r Mak
Dorsainville, Mr. -Ernest
Chiluvet and _Mr. Pierre
Hudicourt.
Deputies Salnave Zaimor
and Joseph Loubeau have
been named delegues- ad-'
joints.

Noted New York
Psychiatrist Here
A noted New York psy-
chiatrist, Dr. Ross, is spend-
ing some time -in. Port au
Prince and 'has expressed a
deep interest in iHaiti's fight
-for development He is of-
fering free consultations to
.mentally disturbed persons
at the CLinic of'Di. Louis
Mars. No. 59 -Rue Capois,
Near the Circle Port-au-Prin
cien.

SHADA Turning Over
Land For Sugar Cane
Le Nouvelliste 'has -pub-
lished a report that .SHADA
is planning to turn over
some five to- six hundred
carreaus of sugar cane land
that it' is .not utilizing to
the Usine ,Sucriere du Nord.
The Desplantes, Lagosett.e,
Gralifette and Fontenelle
Plantations are included in
the transfer.
,"It is also reported that the
new ISugar Plant will also
engage a large number of
workers made available by
Shada and the Plantation
Dauphin.
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Thursday was the fete of
Senator Emile Saint Lot.


sident of the Arma


Among the subjects tou- route frclm Puilb6reau I.
ched on by the President Pont du Limnibe. arid fri
were: r o-a d. construction Arcahaie to.S t. Marc...
popular housing. project. ,
developrient, of Haiti's nuin The 'project includesi. e
eral resources, the Arti: tion of bridges pn .the. 'ii
bonite Irrigation plan, -thq ers and ravines, as well .-
Governiment's. .joint battle improving the h necessary
with the World Health-:Or- fords.
ganization 'o, cut down the -- .
toll of tropical diseases in Fred Kroll Jr.fi. oBoi
Haiti, the steady progress for school to'tor ow n NA
of our tourist inaustry mand England. -
our role in-Foreign Affairs. ., -.0 -.:
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\For Information see Agent ROBERT E. ROY, Exposition Stand No. 7P.O. Box 22ZL-Ab71


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.. Sunday Sept 14
3.30 p.m.
L'ILE DE LA TERREUR
(13-th a'nd 14- th)
.: and a
COW BOY FILM
(in. English)
6.00 and 8.30 p.m
4:', L'OUEST' T'ATTENP
(.in French)
Wi. thIte MA4I Brothers:
l"j arj,. Qroucho, Chico
'. Monday.Sept. 15
.O p.m.
N IiLE HAUTTE; VILLE
BASSE
..p French)
T.iesday Sept 16
6.). and 8.15 p.m
L'OU.kT T'A.TTEND

^ with the MARX Brothers.
Wednesday Sept 17 .
"6.00 and 8.15' p.m
S. REAL GLORY
(in English)
with Gary Cooper
Thursday Sept 18
S ,. -600- p.m.
V.- POWIE. CORAZON
... (in Spanish)
i.,,-With Jorge Mistral, Guil
.. lermina Grim,
SLilia Pradb. Pedro Vargas.
.- 8.15 p.m.
I4PROIE
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'ith igtor. Mature and
I a .p.'- Conte
S .- i.ay.Sept 19
S_ 6. 0 and 8.15 p.m
, L'OAT T'ATTEND
(in-French)
with thei, ~AARX Brothers
I'P' Sturday Sept 20
r1.00 and 8.15 p.m.
IJ '.LE, DF-.LA TERREUR
(15t ) .
Ci .' Y, a- FI-M
.. ..(in English)
S Sunday Sept.21
.. 3,30 p.m.
L'ILE DE LA TERREUR
(15th)
-.1 ~ and a
COW BOY FILM
(in English)
6.00-and 8.30 p:m
TENDRESSE
Swith Irrene.Dune


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-' w.jedding announcement re-
ls that another eligible ba-
elor hsd been removed frotr
e.ranks of the Port au Prince
glomats. Marel KieCer, corn-
ecial secretary ,of the French
9 assyj pronmtised to love,
iou cr and obey Jeanne-Turian
i"ig:'. uust 7th; Our compli-
_ents to the happy couple.


i*s Marylin Mattlyn back
-c e States where she ga-
ed new styles for her Wo-
..Wear Shop which is to
e Its official opening shortly.



^. .a g.... .... . d spauc
tevs tbeqn n8arked for
celatipt in the Foreign Af-
r.ABudget passed this week
A'ie Ohamber of Deputies:
)atry. of the 'Haitiaa Lega-
-L, tile, A Ct.al A tach.e
. -n .tVenu
.tottache.to the Em

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Europe bound tomorrow
by way of new York are
Suzanne, Yvonne and Ma-
rip. Gardere, formerly of
*the. Library Maison du
Livre.
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* VIud Saint Die is flying
'to. Paris- tomorrow.
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Rpl~nc Madsen is return-
ing1 to. Georgetown Univer-
:sity in Washington, D.C.
tomorrow ... ending a plea-
sant vacation here with his
family and" friends.
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The Sun has lost its rays,
and all things have wither-
'ed including the outlook on
'life of Ti Loulou Dejoie ...
'drooping around town this
.past week Loulou informed
thq a 'Jost rays are in Washington
D.C.

,Mrs. Rony Chenet return
led home Friday from visit-
ing her doctor- son in Swit-
zerland, and son Leslie
'studying in Canada.
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Back from seeing how
France does it, is tile mak-
er Frantz Gardere. Frantz
found little- time to enjoy
what Paris and Marseilles
are.. most -noted -for. His
four month visit was devot-
ed. to studying the latest
Europea riathods of tile
. al nig. ... .. -


A .big asset to the local
field of skilled technicians
arrived this week. Six foot
three inches tall Leslie Ca-
nez returned home Monday
with a B.S. in Electrical En
gineering, and certificates
for post graduate work
done in X-Ray, Air Condi-
Itioning, Refrigeration and
Power Transformers. On
graduating from four years
lat Union College in Schenec
tady, New York, Leslie gras
ped an opportunity to do
post graduate study in the
main. General Electric plants
all over thie U.S. Leslie
was accoknpanied home by
his 'mother who had been
in New York on a business
trip. Wednesday noon Les-
lie's father-Mr. Valerio Ca-
nez. distributor for General
Electric products in Haiti.
flew up to New York on a
-fortnight business trip.

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Liesel Madsen, daughter
of Carl Madsen, the Coffee
and Natural Oil Madsen, is
attending, school in the U.S.
at -M1Varyrnont, Tarrytown.


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SUNDAY, SEPT. 14th

MAGIC CINE'


,Mr. and VIs. Edouard
Peloux, son Robert and Dr.
and Mrs. Elie Villard flew-
Ito the. Cap.) Thursday
morning. to visit with the
'Laroches. They are expect
ed to return to the Capital
this afternoon.
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The Seigel faimnily were
low in spirits this week
with the departure of two
young earthquakers and
their mother,- house guests
in their -nmaison in Pacot for
;the ,past month and a half.
Mrs. Edith Thiele and sons
Robert and Freddy return-
ed to their home in Caracas
Monday afternoon.


Mr. Alfred De Matteis is
due 'back from Washington,
D.C. at the end of next
week. Son Reginald returns
to Washington, D.C., and his
last year aat the <'Catholic
University of America) to-
day. After graduating Reg-
inald plans to pitch in and
help his father in his build
ing .materials makingg busi-
ness.

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Vashdeu Dadlani went
back to school in Kingston
Sunday, after the summer
here with the family of Mai-
-son Orientale. His French
teacher in Jamaica is due
to learn a thing or two
about pronunciation.
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Venezuelan jAmbassador
'to Hqiti Senor Falcon saw
his sons Pedro and Roberto
off to school at Stanton Mi-
[litary Academy in Virginia,
Monday afternoon. The Am-
bassador's mother accoim-
panied by his wife, left also
on 1Monday. lii New York,
Mr. Falcon's mother will be
operated on by the famous
Spaunish .eye surgeon Dr.
Castro Viego.


Favourable reports have
returned to Port with visi-
tors to Boutillier and sLe
Perchoir this past week..
Besides the view.. th3y .ave
about the quality, of the
food served, on eLe Per-
choirn terraces ... an inves-
tigation by Your Reporter
revealed that all the choice
meats from the U.S. are
beirif shipped over to aLe
Perchoir'sm kitchen ... Long
Island ducklings, Virginia
Hanm and Broilers, Texas
steaks, and 28-pound Tur-
keys no wonder.


I


Sunday Sept 14
3.00
FAR WEST 89
with Randolph Scott, Robert
Ryan
6.15 and 8.15-p.m
TON HEURE A SONNE
(in French)
with Randolph Scott,
Marguerite Chapman
and George Mac Ready
Monday Sept 15
6.15 p.m.
MYSTERIOUS DESPERADO
(in English)
with Tim Bolt and Fred Martin
Tuesday Sept 16
6.15 p.m.
DANSONS MADEMOISELLE
(in French)
with Belita and James Elison
Wednesday Sept 17
6.15 and 8.15 p.m. -
TON. HEURE A SONNE
f(in French)
with Randolph Scott, and
Marguerite Chapman
and G. Mac Ready
Thursday Sept 18
6.15 and 8.15
LA FLECHE NOIRE
(in French)
with Louis Hayward, Janet
Blair, G. Mac Readay
Friday Sept 19
S 6.15 and 8.16 p.m.
TON HEURE A SONNE
(in French)
with Fandolph Scott,
Margueritte Chapman
and George Mac Readay
Saturday Sept 20
6.15 and 8.15 p.m.
LA TRIBU PERDUE
(in French)
with Johny- Weismuller.

Wedding bells will ring out
September 2.7th for Amelie Des-
peignes and Laricelot Bazile.

Dr. Harry Bordes has re-
turned to Port au Prince af-
}ter four years of advanced
medical study in large Ame-
rican Hospitals in St. Louis
land Baltimore. He is spe-
cializing- in Pediatrics.
S- -:0:-
After forty -years of tra.
vel Lee C. Solomon is still
the liveliest man -on the
road ... Lee who originates
from San Francisco can -talk
intimately about aimnost any
country in the world having
travelled there at one. time
or other 'to sell his com-
pany's products. Here on
his 10th visit this past week
Lee made 'arrangements to
Jaunch his products from a.
new factory in San Juan on
ithe local market through
agents General Trading
Company.
-:0:-
MIle Raymonde Bayard
finally left for Montreal
Tuesday -aft e r Monday's
plane was grounded for the
day with engine trouble.
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Jamaica Artist Dorothy
Henriquez who postponed
her departure date daily for
two weeks, was given an ex-
tra day Monday 'by the ac-
tion of the PAA clipper.
-:0:-
Herbert Widmaier is back
from Miami.


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,. . .. -.., ,.. ,..-.-.Page 5.
Pages5


Isy Swartz And Deschamps

Making Picture Book On 'Iaiti


French Sportsman and Photo- Caribbean. Hardly'a person has-
;graphed Isy-Swartz has been come to Haiti fully aware of
hard at work since July 15th its truly unusual scenic beauty
canlpiling a book of photo- It is one of the biggest as-
graphs on Haiti. It. will include sets we have in building up
e20 colour pictures and 200 our resort industry.
.black and white studies of Our
;Republic and its picturesque After finishing his woik on
*population with the accom- the book, the author is packing
payingg text to be written in his .bags for another. junket -
;four languages French, Eng- back to one of his other fa-
lis!h, Spanish and Portuguese. vourite spots- for ideal fishing
:.'The book, a long over and cojourfiul photography, AIra-
.dte 'dream of Robert Des-' zil. Rio 'Harbour. was the
,h'atlmps 'is to be,, entitled plave .where Isy became the
;,j.Haiti Cheri will-be. pritt6d at Spearfishing Ch&mpion of the
Mason Henri Deschamps in a, World by napping a Jewfish
o0,000 copy- edition .'A late goy- that tipped the scales at 17E
.erramnent order made its, pubi- kilos. This time, the vivacious
,cation possible. sportsman will. film a.' Jagual
~'-. Here is no -doubt that such hunt in. the Matto Grosso Jun-
S..icture story will be a valu. gle, otherwise. known as the
'able souvenir for visiting tour.' 'Green Hell. He. leaves on his
ists and,, in addition, will serve new adventure 'M6nday ... and
as .-excellent pulgliciy for '"at- the (,Haiti Sun>> wished hin
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Technicians have begun a
careful analysis of the bids
submitted by the- various
construction companies who
wish to undertake the big 0
irrigation project in the Ar- i
tibonite VaUey. The Council
of Administration of the
Export Imnport Bank which
is supplying the funds for
the huge dam has also ana-
lyzed the bids which will 1
eventually le turned over
to the Haitian Government n
for a final choice.

Meanwhile the peasant
families in the Valley are
undergoing a Imajor indoc-
trination programme to pre
,.pare them for the great
changes to- co ,e .when they
will have sufficient water
to increase the yield.'of their
farm lands Jfar beyond all
previous 'dreams. A number
of rmass meetings have been
held 'at Verrette, Descha-
pel-le and Borel to give re-
gioinal authorities .the op-
portunity to prepare the pea
sants for making the most
of their, forthcoming pros-
perity.


Also the Institute of In-
* ter American Affairs" -
with the help of Haitian
Technicians 'has draim
up an Agricultural DevelT6v-
ment Progranme for the
Artibonite which is now un
der careful study. it not
only l.aes ouT a blue-print
for the establishment of
plantations and nurseries
in the area to be irrigated,
but also includes a plan of
economic and social devel-
opment through a mass edu
cation prograwmme that will
provide peasants with the
means of raising their pro-
duction capacity, and, of
course, their standard of
living.


Haytian Travel- Service
Invited 100 ASTA
Members To Visit Here

The Haitian Travel Service
has invited 100 members of
ASTLA (American Association of
Tourist Agentsi to spend two


daps in Haiti before or after'
attending the Association's Con
mention in Miaqi this Novem-
ber.

Director Franck Magloire has
offered sightseeing tours of Our
republic to the visitors at his
own expense. And the Hotel
Splendid has offered comfort-
able lodgings to -the guests -
also without charge.

- It is an excellent way to
boost the growth of our tourist
industry which depends so
much upon the men who guide
American resort travellers in
drawing up their vacation
plans..


Dr. Canracbe Jerome will
soon go to the United States to
take a special course of study
at one of the major Universities
through a Government Scholar e
ship. He is a Professor of Den-
tal-Surgery at the Port aU
Prince College of Dentistry.
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"a-eT6 I


Mrs. Grace Robiou arrived in
town Selptember 1st to spend a
month here visiting with her
-daughter, Sislebr Mary Veroni-
ca. Sister Veronica teaches at
Dame Marie near Jerermie. Mrs.
Robiou lives on Staten Island,
New York with her o'her daugh
ter Mrs. Robert Derum and
granddaughter Barbara Anne.

RECORD OF THE WEEK

DODO TURGEAU

Puisque imaaman moll pa

Puisque tantine refuse
Rainme gila 'baille tate char
g. ge, i
buRainne qia baille venture
fait mal (bis)

.En alley dodo turgeau
En bas, en ,bas pie mangot
Nen bois gaining zouaizo
Belle brise avec fle board
d'leau.

Eh toute raime ce raime
Rainmi -sou natte ce raimrn
En bas moustiquaire ce rai-'
me .
Nen touffe rag6 tou ce rai-

HRairn6 a deux ce raime
Rairnme nen plaille c6 rain-
'mie
KV"in gain rainmn qui made
quite
Ca qui pas capab rainmen
S6 chita.
xxx
Here is a [by no means lit-
eral translation, into Eng-
^lish
As my Mother doesn't want
. it
And my Atnty refuses it
Our Love affair
Is a headache
. Our love affair is a stomach
ache
xxx
Let's ,go to Turgeanu
Under the mango tree
In the woods there are
Birds and nice flowers a-
xxx
All love is love
round the ponds.
Love on the mat iF love
Love under a mosquito net
is love
Love in the woods is love
Loving is love
Love in the hay is love
But there are love affairs
i hat have to end
.;A d' those who. don't know
'how to love should sit
at home.

The above Haitian song
was arranged and recorded
byX Issa El Saieh. and ,his Or-
chesra, (vocal by Guy Du-
WraWieS. along. with. a score
of others, and is on sale at
-tht_, ,BellU Creole Depart-
ment- Store.


Sept. 2nd was the fete of Mr,&
Max Duvivier who is helping
with the management of heq
husband's new -torn on the Rue
Pavee.

Mille Maarguert Baussan left
Tuesday on a health trip to the
States.
-:0:--
Mrs. Roy, wife of Dr. Louis
Roy left Monday to join her
husband in Brazil, wh-re he is
currently representing Haiti at
a Pan American, Congress on
T. B.
-:0:-
Eddy Salmon, former Fire-
stone manager here left Satur-
day after a Week of airplane
talks.

Claude Angelucci is enjoying
his sick leave in Kenscoff.
--0:-
Mile Denise Borno, daughter
of Luc Borno is off to Paris to
join her brother.
-:0:-
MAlrcel Lauture'left qn Friday
-for Paris, where he will study
Electrical Engineering for the
next four years.
-- -.o:--
Jacqueline E!ie of St. Marc
went off 'to 'study at the Sor-
bonne in Paris this week.
-:0:-
Confined to bed with a brok-
en wrTist is Mile Lorette Maig-
nan ... the young lady fell in
her'back yatr1.
-'0:-
Mr. Shaw, the F'lour-man is
back from a trip to New York.
Pilsbury Mills Inc. showed him
a wonderful time in Manhat-
tan.
-:0:-
ThE Fabius nad the Laguerre
families and the-Royal Bank of
Canada are a-fueding this week
end deciding a name for the
new 7 1/2 pound daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Fabius.
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..' The prestige
h1xad preceded
ind our world
t.ociety and of
l-ared a great
lIthe celebrated
X'. e were by n
r4ant of his n
ees, time and
vve;rt in ironic
against our rac
iBanquets, i
iial reception
F'. OEqrsions to
k'iramlbic ctAunnt
... in short, t
iigrammne adopi
reception of
vre was arra
nce, with a
saying the
s* of the I
'-"tile Southe
Schat, bdn rat

.'It 'wvas k
planned a gr
il;.hrist6pher C
iihe came to.
iAthe necessary
hereer, orname
.. by the loe
and that he w
in its' apropri
S'imagined rom
; Ithe' daughter
i'Ythe brown,
Rt.;rious (eohoan
.. He 'went,
.Xarague t6
I to. visit th
. ern which wa
V .dwelliht'- of t
'.-Gold.i 'To sti
-better, --he to
, morning ride.
dIn the way

d 'to drir
h had
.Mfrst of the


"Black Aphrodite".
Sof his name (18). He asked at random
him in Haiti, one o' the numerous wash-
I of literature, er-girls busy on the white
officialdom pre- beach'.
t welcome for The 'brown. Venus graci-
I poet, albeit ,ously- rose to offer him,
.o means igno- with smile .which showed
native prejudi- lall the brilliance of her
again ,appaf- pearly teeth, a tiny coui
writing- a- (19 brimmning with fresh
e. w. ater.
intellectual so- The superb figures, like
ns, meetings, 'sculpture in their nudity,"
Furcy, dithy- further accentuated 'by, a
nisin the press 'scanty wet gown, lit in his.-
he whole pro- eyes a marvelling desire.
ted since the IStrongly nioved, the imaa
Frederic Feb- 'gination of the poet vibrat-
.nged in ad- led in a- suggestive evoca-
;view to dis- tion of' the Quisqueyan
"'perfectibili- last. He went so far as to
Haitian to this ask. himself whether this
Aber.' A bon couw, so sweetly offered,
(17). mig-t not have belonged to
the prinxitive cacique of
known that 'he Xaraigua.
great poem on To. drink from"' the cup of
bolumbus, that Anaqaona!.
Haiti. to gain His poetic dream lost it-
exotic at-ro: self in Homeric reminiscen-
anted formerly (.s' a- the, daughter of King
ly 'An'acaona, Alcinous, the Phaeciaii Nau
'ished.-to evoke *uiicaa, moved thht bygone
ate scenery an globe -' trdtter Ulysses, so
iance' betweenn 'this native .beauty gave
of 'Quisqueya. him a vision of Queen. Ana-
and the fllus- caona in one of her descen-
navigator. dants.
therefore, to And so it came about that
today Leoga ne the griffonne (20) of Leo-
e famous cav- gane linked herself to.- the
as th.e .poetichl, sisterr soul of the poet from
he f iudy the scenes Ti z'oizeau lan bois ta pe
ook. an early chante. (21).
Near to a tidy ajoupa (22) '
-, in the lively close to th e murmuring
1Vi6mance, he banks of the Momance,' I
nk at the 'river found,I one afternoon, the
-quenched the Ainerican bard under a sha-'
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lout beautifically on a, rush
mat, dozing in the afternoon
breeze' from the wast.
H'is Caucasian head rest-
ed on the *healthy curves of
'the griffonne, scarcely veil
ed by a 'scanty gown. She
played.. with his auburn
hair, and titillated his
scalp to beguile his satisfied
languor. '
Within reach'of his'hand
Ilay his pencil and a sheet
of. paper, on which he had
scribbled before, at- a sud-
den urge these inspired
Lines :

aThe heart of the Cid, the
,tr*pubadoiur's. tongue,
the Nile
Queen's blood and beauty
in Hayti's children.
seen!
My embarrassment at sur
prising him in such intim-
late circumstances came near
Jy to blushing ... But he,
with a smile as much amus-
ed as happy, lazily offered
;me his hand and said :

I have found mAnacao-
na., --_
17. To a good cat, a good
rat. I
..18. I poetess. An aborigi-
nal Indian word.
19. Gourd.
20. One of the many
Haitian terms used to dif-
ferentiate various propor-
tions of white and pegro,


and. in this case Indian
blood. A griffonne is brown
with nearly straight, hair,
.21. .The little birds sing
in the woods.' Chducoune.
Oswald Diarand.

22. Both the word ajoupa
and the structure it signi-
fies, namely a' -very simple
type' of open-sided,, palm-
thatched hut, are aboriginal
Indian survivals in Haiti.


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,(Mon Petit KodakD a look
published in 19,16 in 'French
by the author .Ahdre Cheva
'lier. An English' transla-
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partly accomplished by Mr.
Chevalier's friend Dr. J. C.
Miyers. Extracts 6f the
'book will appear in these
columns weekly under the
heading

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eteran U.S. Actor Has Hig

-t Praise For Haiti's Folklore
,Haitis Folklore Produc- pects a variation of rhyti
ons won high praise last but his variation iri tone
Leek from a man who real- 'really amazing., '
y( knows the Theatre .... Such words are appri
t-eteran New York Actor ated coming as they -do f
d Director .Sanrford Meis- a man who served on
er. He land his petite bru-, year's jury of Experts
Cette wife Betty, both -felt the Fulbright Theatrical
at their trips -to- the Thea- wards. Meisner, in fact,
-te de Verdure were the pongs to that small but
.ig1gights of their 'vacation trenly influential gri
|ff' Haiti. who form the real core
Athe American theatre. I
i-T.The purity and authenti- stars iNay have ttleir nat
of the Folklore num- glittering in 10-foot lett
. .,rs, the unself-donscious- on.Broadway, but they
ess of the dancers lana the. not necessarily the 'men,
ranatic simplicity' of,, tbe women who. make the th
fitdoor setting .... all made tre a dynamic wart.... w
A',deep. Brnpression on .Mdis- train budding talent, 'W
er. set new and 'higher arti,
cBecaise, th dances Stndards.-- Vteisner, a wi
'volv'ed from/ the deep ta- mn in' the world of
yolve from, thd deep^ ira-. Theatre, has h'ad his fin
editions. of the Haitian peo- Theitre, has ad hs fin
ein t le- on its vital pulse.
jle, Meisner told%. Your Ae- ,he i h
porter, athe dancers them- At present Ihe is head
selves 'become bigger" and the Acting Department
ore -ilmperson'al ... yu t h e Neighbourhood P1
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Cohte, Edmnund
hm, ty Garrett an
e is York Times rec'
a long article o
ecr- ,crop of W oim teaches his stud
last the well know
for ski Mlethod. The
A- prisee a script ..
be ,an objectives a
ex- provise .action
oup that will achieve
of ed emotional is
The audience. ITt f
mes dents from
;ers -Meisner explained
are Before he tur
and ing, Meisner ai
ea- Theatre Guild a
;ho of the original
Vho Ithe Group Thea
stic nent company o
ork distinguished ar
the productions set
ger .stone in Apneri
cal History. Th
of which lasted f
of introduced Play
ay- ford Odets- to th
litre public and had
by pact jon ,acting
'ers usual with suc
ain- artistic 'success
d"l(above its finance
olAnd it was finE
Adissovh'e for lad
SMeisner has
Most 'of .Odet's
.,as .cCrime .and..
aVMen .in White)>
S Heaven) withh
-more), O'Neill's
lions and Shia
Dilemia (the
aTheatre ;Guild.
During their
,ti, the Meisner
lHotel Ibo L61e.
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week ...Capt.
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Capital's -Prison
Ihis fete on thq
Gabriel Levelt
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Constant celeb
Lt. Yves Chain
the'5th was b
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SUlysse 'observe
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nerica. In its
ration it has
i name stars
)ck, Richard
O'Brien, Bet
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ently carried
n its current.
Is. Meisner
tents through
n Stanislav-
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. they select
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ve the need-
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Tales From The Haitian

Countryside


. by Francois Marcel-
Turenne des Pr6s
-How Malice Won the Cow
Cric ?
Crac !
The King 'had a corvee,
consisting of all the men in
the kingdom to plant his
field of sugar-cane.
At the end of the planting
he said, dIn six months my
field will be ready for weed-
ing. To whoever weeds it in
one day I will give a fat
cow.)
-iValice, who wanted the,,
cow, knew that he did not'
have a chance to win by
fair means, for there were
too .nany. hard working
men around. 'So he began
to plai. He gathered lots
of pois-grat6s seeds (itching
beaus to which he was im-
,mune) and scattered them
:over the field so they
would grow together with
'the canes.
Then Malice arranged
with Bouqui, whose skin
was so tough that nothing
could affect it, not even the
Leaves of. the itching beans,
that the two would do the
job together and win the
cow.
To 'be sure, in six months
.;the sugar-cane field was-
'ready to be wieeded,' lut
every cane stalk was thor-
oughly choked 'by the infer-
nal pois-grat6s vines.
field is unusual. everybody
said.
Aid those who were in the
corvee came and lined up
for ha trial; 'but each had to
give up, because they did
more scratching than weed-,
ing. When they came out of
t h-e canes, their faces,
haids, and feet were -swol-
len from the poison in the
itching leaves.
When it was Malice's turn
to try, he sprinkled a little
ouanga i over Bouqui and
made him invisible to the
onlookers. The two walked
into the field. Malice pre-
tended to be working hard;
but in reality it was Bou-
qui who was working.
Bouqui who did not know
-that he was invisible, said
'to Malice, Seeing us two
in here, I'an afraid the king
will be angry, because up
to now he has,. been letting
only one at a' tithe in the
fields
Malice, who did not want
Bouqui to know that he was
invisible, replied, cThat's
not his 'affair. The goat's
business is not the sheep's.
They went on weeding
and soon cleared the sugar-
cane of weeds, and won the
cow.


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MHAITI SUN .

Tell me, no*, inquired Ma-
lice.
wCompere ,mouin. the land
of Haiti is more slippery
than in Africa Where many
things happen. I don't re-


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,
On the way to the sham-
bles to have the cow killed,
'the ouan,gai on Bouqui wore
out. He became visible a- h
pgain. But that did not
matter, for nobody saw him.'
Ornce killed, the animal was
divided into equal parts.
Then, each started in dif-
ferent directions towards
his 'home.
Aill'the while it has been
annoying 1VIMalice that Bou-
qui should go home with
all that -meat. (That's too'
much for himn>, he said. So
'he hid his share, ran back
to the slaughter-place, took
the skull of a bull, -put it
over his 'head. Then he cov-
ered himself from head to
foot with rags and dry ba-
niatna leaves. With his horns
on 'he ran, and by a short
cut,. got 'ahead of Bouqui.

When he saw Bouqui, he
came out of the woods.
iChanging his voice he said,
c(Huu! I'm the Diable, and
this woods .belong to me.
Who gives you the right to,
trespass?,
,0 papa Diable, I'm not
doing anything to your
woods. I'm only passing -
just ,passing.)
<(Huu! Pass, 'but leave
your load here,, said the
supposed Devil.
cuPapla Diable,, I have
meat in the bundle, let me
take some of it.)
<(Hu.u! leave -all the meat
too. And if you don't show
me your heels, I'll eat you
,'ihuU'!
Good enough, good en-
,ough, papia. I'm going.-
'Bouqui trotted away, leave
ing. 'all 'his meat behind.
'Then MIbace relieved, him-
self of his -disguise, and took
all, the beef home.
Later in the- day Bouqui
went by MVlice's house to
colmiplain of his mishap.
o0h-oh, Malice 6, he call-
ed.
cWhat happened to you?


all my ancestors telling
me that they ever saw a
Diable there; but here, in
Hjaiti, they walk in broad
daylightt> And 'he told Ma-
ice what happened to his
meat.
S1Valice. nmy nephew,
watch your -bone s, the
ground in this land is slip-
pery. More than in bedev-
ilish Atfric'a, anything is cap-
able of happeningg.,
Malice appeared to ,be in
accord with Bouqui. Pre-
ending to be sorry, he said,
'Here is half of my share
of the beef, you may take
t, ilonc.n)

Bouqui, durnfounded at
the unexpected' generosity
of, his nephew, was confus-
ed Hie thanked' Malice from
his heart 'and went away
happy.
Knowing the stinginess of
Malice, .people who heard of
it wondered whet got into
him.'to give Boaqui some of
his beef.
((Maybe he is planning
another coup, against Bou-
qui. Just wait and seeD, said
someone.
From *"Children of Ya-
youte, folk tales of Haiti,
on sale at Henri Deschamps.,


Italians Hope To
Build Chocolate
Factory Here

An Italian firm has just
begun negotiations with the
Haitian Government in
view of establishing a cho-
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Haiti exports, annually,
four million pounds of ca-
cao, but imports chocolate
products, powders and can-
dies which represent a far
greater sum than that ob-
tained for the raw choco-
late. On at least three oc-
casions, local industrialists
have 'attempted' to organize
factories for the preparation
of chocolate products, in
Haiti: 1M. Pantaleon Guil-
baud, the French citizen, M.
Lassale, and M. Petit of
Jeremie. In none of these
cases -did the finished pro-
duct compete successfully
with imported chocolate pro
ducts, and the efforts were
abandoned

Both as it concerns Hai-
ti's export import balance,
and 'her opportunity to
create an industry which
utilizes raw materials which
cre locally available, this
new project is one- which
must win general approval.


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irteign art colony, thanks that Haiti
LihQ its picturesque landscape, line, nor
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It won him two free years
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his paintings received first
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Scholarship Time


ets wonScholarship activities have
e won
Chi- begun for the fall at the
i Arts Haitian American Insti-'
nother 'tute. All those interested
f Ant- in applying for fellowships
I has or- scholarships for advanc-
udy ed study in the United
as had Staes should go as soon as
Sthe possible to the Institute to
e pb-be interviewed and fill out
Gal- the preliminary forms.
Practically all of the -a-
wards will be -for persons
canvas ho already 'have .coanplet-
r was
old ed university work and
wish to get further special-
ized training of value to
* 'their own professional aims
as well 'as the good of Haiti.
% Classes and Cultural Pror
,igraimnes will not begin at
the Institute 'until the be-
ginning of October but the
Library has already re-open

-come to drop in and browse
in their favourite maga-
zines -or'do. research work.


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On Point IV
Training In U.S.

On September 8, Dr. Hu-
.bert Delva left for the, Uni-
ted States on ia' Point Four
-training grant, in the field
of public health. He will
be gone approximately a-
year.

On Septem.ber 15 Miss
u Lyrta Francis, a 'laboratory
es technician of many years
experience in Haitian hospi-
.tals will leave for the U.mn-
'ted States under the same
auspices.
All expenses in the Uni-
ted States will be paid by
the jUnited States Govern-
Iment-. The Haitian Govern-
ment and the U. S. Govern-
ment share transportation
costs.


New Guard

The newest member of
the Mlarine Guard fagnily at
'the American Eknbassy is
.big Sta(f Sgt. Al Neveu, an
ex-star football player for
the famed eQuantico Ma-
rine Corp team. Al is re-
placing Tec. Sgt. Melvil
Douglas who spent a year
here and a year in Ciudad
Trujillo. The new Guard is
looking forward to taking
an active part in local bas-
ketball, another game he
has starred in.


Cruise Ships
To Visit Port

The Martijn COdmnpany has
just notified, the d Sun that four large cruise
ships have definitely placed
Port-au-Prince on their itin-
erary this winter. The Ocean
Monarch of the Furness
Lines is scheduled to drop'
anchor in our harbour De-
cember 3, 1952. and March 5
1953. Her sister luxury
cruiser, the Queen of Ber-
mtudsa, will arrive January
22, 1953.

The Holland American
Line's Maasdam is slated to
arrive January 10th with a
contingent of tourists and
will return' again- on Feb-
ruary 28th. The flagship
of the Line the Nieuw
Afmsterdim.- will also stop
on. January 10th ... making
it an extremely busy day
for taxi drivers and shop-
keepers.
MIhrtijn officials' 'adso re-
port they are negotiating
-with the General Steam Na.
vigation Company of Greece
hoping tb have their liner
< Port-au-Prince haibour on
its. Christmas cruise. The.
ship carries around 500 pas
,sengers.

Airline Head Here
On Business

A. Vice President of the
'Clhica-go and Southern Air-
dine'has arrived in, Port au
Prince to negotiate with of-
ficials ,on the possibility of
making. Haiti a, scheduled
stop in his company's Tour-
ist Air Cruises. Mr. Anthon
Miller 'reports that the Ame
'rican Government gave its
authorization for his ,Line to
use Haiti as a flight termi-
nal in 1946. He is now
making a careful check of
our hotel facilities to see:
whether t h e accommoda-
'tions 'are plentiful enough
for the air line's passengers.

Banana Fire
*


A wagon-load of Figue-.
Bananas bought by the
Standard Fruit Company in
the Artibonite caught on
fire while on the way to the
port at St. Marc when a
glowing cinder from. a loco-
motive of the MeDonald
Co. fell in the load. The
traih crew extinguished the
fire, but ot before the ba-
nanas were ruined.
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Mr. Raymond, Brisson has
been named the new vice con-
sul of Guatemala in Haiti.
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SUNY., SEPT. 14th


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Master Sgt. George Sau-
cier of the U. S. Air Mission
to Haiti at -present in the
U. S. expects to return Oc-
'tober 1st with his wife and
3 children.
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Replacing Mi ss Helen
Geen who left her post at
.,the Amnerican Embassy Here
as. Dispursing Officer to fill
another post in Ottawa,
-Canada, Saturday, is Mrs.
'Gertrude Leoiard.

MViss iare Sutin has ar-
rived' here to replace Larry
(no relation) Sutin in the
American Ambassy's Dis-
pursing Division. Mr. Sutin
is on his way to a new post
at 'San Pabelo, Brasil.

GOVERNESS SEEKS
POSITION

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references, can teach French
and Spanish, is looking for
position as governess. For
all particulars, phone .2231.


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i.na and. Lucien Le-
.- brothers of the
Lyady .of the Republic
ted their way to
T-r.rk, last Monday. Cin
tiA4red- to.. his..post as
n Vice, Conspl in
jtan: and Luciepn be-
, his, prepai~.ions for
ga course in Dental
.'Li
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ph Adams, Philoso-
PrSfessor at Bryn Mawr
returned' to the States
ii a month of relaxation
he Aux Orchid6es. While
Etaiti Joe took drum les-
;'fro!-. Ti Ro-Ro ... we
en't neard whether he
",offer 'a concert of his
tin Rhythms when he
uns to his Pennsylvania
s room thi, fall. Bet it
VI knock the gals in the
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9s.' Jane Fardau White
&e vacationing with her
ints and friends after
ig these- past six years
FIher husband in Gary.
ana. Mrs. White is leav-
iite beginning' of Octo-
"2but hopes to returning
*'years for the cSesqui-
enaire fetes.i
S* -:0:- :
.algainr Peter van der
0, Inspector for the Suri
,.Navigation Company is
C. at the Villa Creole
A.-spending the summer
fi his family in Holland.
atports Europe is inved-
3iyr English speaking

-:0:-
!rant Officer Harris
0d in town this week
i.his family to take over
WWarrant Officer -Wal-
ffho-. is leaving Sept.
with his famntly for
.*-in the. States. Both
' are attached to "the
.VMilitary Attache here.


' The Co-Director of the
Port au Prince Electric Corn
pany, Mr. Emile Roy, left
-for.-New York by air Thurs.
day on a health trip.
--:0:-.
IV .xican Ambassador Jpse.
Torrqs. Taqavera gave, a ci.n-
ner last, week in honour- of.'
th e departing Argentine
Charge. d'Affaires, Dr. Al-
berto Aguero.-
The distinguished guests
included Spanish Aambassa-
dor Canthal and Madame
* Canthal; M. Vega, the
Charge d'Affafres of Chile,
and Madajme Vega; -M. Apa
*ricio, the Charge d'Affaires
of Guatemala amnd MVadame
Aparicio; and M. Villamil,
the Secretary of the Mexi-
can IEmibassy and Madame
Villamil.
-:0:-
MVi. and Mrs. Roger Du-
ret and their two children
have moved up from, Aux
Cayes, and now reside at
Babiole.


-:0:--
Attending school in the
States is. ohailming Miss Di-
'lia Wiener.
-:0:-
I.lian Blanchie *Fabius
'is attending. school in the
U. S. for the next two years.
--*:0:-
To wed in October are
Jacqueline Ferrer of the
United Nations Office here
and Max Etheart of the Na-
Itioral ,Office of Coffee.
-:0:- -
SDeputy Daniel Fignole
has a beautiful blood red
Ford 1952..
-:0:-
* Off to Guatemala last
week trooped Mrs. Jones,
son Thomas, daughter Janet
and dog Cookie. Husband
Peter, who was here for a
year with the 'Sanitary Mis-
Wion awaited their arrival
in Guatemala City where
he recently received a trans
fer from San Salvador.


-:O:-
lMiriam Honeycutt is back
home in the States vacation-
ing with the folks -before
setting off again for her new
post, Rio de Janeiro. Miss
Honeycutt w a s stationed


mow,


Mrs. Lina Assad is back
-home -after a .month in the
U .S.
-:0:-
Guy Baussan, son of Law
yer George Baussan Fils re-
turned to school in Canada
this past week.
.-0:--
Professor a n d Madame
Mlax Penett left the Island
for a Cuban vacation by
Thursday's 10 la.m. plane.
Pupils of the College Penett
in Ruelle Berne should not
tret as the Headmiaster will
.be 'back in time to open
school.
-:0:-
Visiting the local branch
of the Sun Life Assurance
of Canadav this past week
was Mr. Arthur S. Griffin,
Branch Secretary from Puer
,to Rico. This was Mr. Grif-


.i.TRAOE MARK


here at the An~ierican Em-
bassy, for. two. years,
-:0;-
Pancheto (Francisco) Oli-
ver, vacationing in Europe.
%%rites front Spain ... the
other Capitals are a. waste
of timk MPdrid is-tops ...
fine ... beautiful ... clean
... and what women.
-:0:-
All good sports ... today
the Violette Athletic Club
have invited the Aigle Noir
Club, oyer to Mahotiere for
a picnic (Bapiboche!) The:
.final arraiqgeaments for the.
party, centered. 'aWuunia the
delivery: of, four .pigs, which
Violqtte (won when they
beat Aigle Noir Tuesday
night. "

-:0:--
Bibou and Micky Desrues:
and cousin Claude de Del-
va arrived home from the
U.S. last Sunday.
-:0:-
Mirs. Marcel Fombrun
(Odette) wife of Haiti's Am-
basador to Cuba, returned
to Havana with the chil-'
dren the day after the excit
ing Vincent Cup final.
-:0;-
Raymond Bourand want
to New York last Sunday,
-:0:-
Rudy Baboun, Jamil and
Elie Richard clippered back
to school. in Providence,
Rhode Island, Monday.
-:0-.---
Fambous Photographer By-
ron Coroneqs of Hasco. flew
u'p to Phiiladelphia with his
wife and son Clive, Thurs-
day.
-:0:-
Elias Deed went to De-
l-:oit last week.
-:0:-


fin's first trip to
after attending
night's football
Stadium M)agloire
pany of the local
director Mr. Rony
he admitted ,that t
truly interesting
and that he looked
to many return tr
-:0:- -
Today in Kensco
-son Aubry where
miand Clan have
srtimlmer ... the sea
'be officially closi
day long kol6>,. A splendid
nade has been pre
'orchestra Lamy is
to provide the mu
mer in the mount
.be farewelled in s
-:0:-
The Albert Alan
honeymooning this
after their mnarria
day morning in t
dral, The bride, t
Mille Anne-Marie
was led to the alto
iRayrronde Corvi:
the arm of M. A
tit.
-:0:-
'In Haiti for .a
vacation is Edwar
who. helps keep, 1V
plied with Chrysi
getting reaoquain
the many, friends
when he came. t
Prince with his .fa
ray, in 1948, in
with the -building. c
position.-'

Mr. and -Mrs.
cher of Port .deq
town ... and say
no wedding to a
trip.

-:0:-
M1iss Helen Lee
ica is seeing the
high spots this we
company of Kinj
Fritz of Babiole an
ers.
-:0:--
General and Ma
velt and son Rudy
joying a few days
tain air, stopping
fuge.
-:0:-
In Aux Cayes '
night John Clesca
Paul Baussan offei
ner at Hotel Coc
Doctors Yves Piei
Nuima and Larieux
Z: 0:--
I-
Mr. Jean Lucian
(dCap) spent this
in Port on business
-:0:-
There is an ac
age of aL'argente
Cayes at present.
is missing that w
000 dollar payroll
joie's (Establisbine
cis, which is clo
temporarily. "


dame Le-
are en-
of imoun-
at Le Re-


Vednesday
a and Ti
red ai din-
indir for
rre, Louis


ni of the
past week
is.

ute short-


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Firestone Mianager Vie
Larmpson is leaving on a
,three week business trip :.
.this week to the home of-
lice in Akron, Ohio, and ,
San Salvador, where he will
copervise the installation .of
a new.Retread plant. Man- .
ager Vic will also visit Nitia
ragua -and Jamaica before
returning to Port.
S-- -:0:- -
September -22nd will'.
the fete of one of our 0 r-, t
geau Porrespondents, chanat
ing Mile Sizel Dejean.


in -kux -:u- -
The town Leaving today for six
eekly 20,- months of study in: King-
1 of -De- ston; Jamaica, at Suthei-
nt at Dp- mere School is Mile Gib,. -
ised tern- line Alexaqdre of Port- '.:
Prince.

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Celebrating -at the Ernst
Haiti and Liautaud home' in Canape
Tuesday Vert continued till midnight.
match at Thursday evening. The .qcr
in corn- casion was Mr. Ernst Liau-
Sun Life taud's fete and his relatives
Ohenet... and friends believe in cele-
his was a rating.
country -:0:--.-.
d forward Emerson Douyon of Aux
ips. Cayes left Thursday, for 1..
Gill University in M.Iqntreat
ff at i- to obtain a. Canadian Do,-.:
the Ar- toris degree in psychology
spent the -:0:--.
ason will 'MVenelick Douyon, EmeRr-
ed with a son's brother recently re-.
che net al turned to managing the'Hai.
I tCocho- tian A'nTerican Dry Cleaning
pared and Plant after visiting Cleaning:
going up establishments, in Puerto.
isic. Sum- Rico and the Dominican Re-
ltains will -public. Away for ten days
style. MVenelick confesses that his
trip was partly avadation.a
nauzes are -;0:- -
week-end The social event of the-
ge Thurs- century. in Pine.'Forest, wilt
the Cathe- take place today w he i -
he former Lois Willians of Chicagqo-
Cassagnol, weds William Young of'
ar by Mile Shada, late of Brooklyn
ngton on -and IF, the bridegroom's
ntoine Pe- brother Perry Young. reach-
es that Pine paradise, coil-
est spot in Haiti, with, the ,
two week Justice of the Peace and the
rd Knoael, wedding supplies, over the
Qami sup- not very dry road.
[ers. He's -:0:- .-
ted with Jacqueline Stephenson-'
. he, made went to Kingston Thursday
o Port au to continue her education.'
either, ur ,. -:0:-
connection Mrs. Basil John is accom--
of the. Ex- paying her four children
back to school in England
tomorrow. The family spent.
Hans Ste- the suinimer here at the
aix.are in Villa Creole in Petionville,
they- have with their -father, director
attend this of the Sh411 Conmpany- i
Haiti.
-:0:-
MVajor Alfred Sihnnin of'
of Jama- the French Army an4 hiM.
Capital's lovely wife returned 16
Lek in the their post at the French
g George, Embassy in Washington'.
nd follow- D.C., Friday, ending a two
week vacation here at -the
Villa Creole.






SUNDAY, SEPT. 14th


gHAITI SUN,
Page 14 -,-- -

NECORD CROWD SEE HAIG'S
COAL WIN .ACUP- FOR VIOLETTE


ed rather grim when Vio-
aette was crippled by the
loss of Dorcean. (right half-
back) who suffered a bad
cut on his forehead, leaving
ia gap in the -defense line.
Returning to the game ten
*minutes afterwards, srmeered
with blood a_.. a bandage
,on his head, he -resumed his
duty of defending the left
wing.


a .V ILl The tension was rising on
fall during practice, three* a o
weeks ago. The east was both sides while che game
only removed the day be- headed to its end. Suddenly,
fore the ,game. Cheers 'also in the last four minutes, in .
to. the Kery brothers one of the wildest attempts .
whose, performance as full .rade to bring the score in ".
backs r gained -unsurpassed. their favour, Violette's right
S.. midl f the sse forward Elie -a.ssed the ball I "
In the middle 6f the see-
ond half' period, things look- to' repsac who wasted no
... . ntime, passing. it to Haig find h
': ,.S -'c> .S-:".. .-C- ce n t r e orw. rd Aigle MVevs
AMAZING -.--Noirs full-back Dessalines Haig h
S iLIQUID .was takenn by, surprise and cy and
S R 'EtS ,aig grabbed thp advantage goal v
NS and broke through hin, to the title
i. '.RELIEVES .
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co-rns?- An am azing liquid
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-soothe pain 'and remove corns ,
the instant it's applied. Then
,conti nued as directed, corns ar'e
painlessly removed. And FREE,'
ZONE is so easy to use-ino$
fussing' with uncomfortable.
pads-no risky paring of callou
sed skin. So, get FREEZONEI1
Today, stand and waik in com-'
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P. 0. BOX fl146. VViolette goalkeeper Lalleinmnd ,s s
R.T:.R ., A his spectacular saves.
-RT-A-PRINCE, HAITI,
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where
taken t
placed
head.
After
snake
,town in
'After
tain Fr
in Bois
and sup
Ithe ,
where
'Franck
The vic
(1 a.m.
ing a f
Italia.
It can


himself in front o
(Aigle Noir goalie)
ad Mevs at his mer
scored the decisive
which gave Violetht
e of .

f Above: The much discussed photo snapped by the wide-awake
. Caueraman of (Cihaton Studio.>, as Haig scores the only goal
of the match. Fi'om the angle the picture nas taken it is in.-
possible to say whether or not Haig touched the ball. Chaton
e Studio did a roaring business the picture sold for 40 cents.
e
Settle's victory was not mere ce-,ch Vr. Berrouet> of
luck, for these young men flhell Coamrpany. had made a
made a thorough display, of thorough study of the op-
what teE''n'work 'and careful posing team and the re-
planning in their formation suit was there for all to see
cculd do. The latter was Tuesday night.
mrrade possible through parti-
Icular 'and circumstacial stu- Dr. Jean Nichel Vaugues is
dy of the opponent's moves back' from' a. post-graduation
in the previous game. Their trip o Porto Rico.



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Making one of


d'Haiti.)

game was played un-
I'ect weather condi-
and drew the big-
endance of the sea-
.11 the stands were
y packed to capacity
rcr'owded. After the
'about 500 enthousias-
ette supporters went
e General Hospital
Twrcean was being
o 'have four stitches
in his badly cut fore

that they put on a
dance through the
'celebration.
dinner at teairn Cap-
itz Blanchard's home
Verna, .the players
pporters adjourned ,to
,P'galle Restaurant
Club President Capt.
Bayard playedd host.
actors called it a day
Wednesday) follow-
inal fling at the Bar

i be said that Vio-


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made fruitless by the alert-
ness .of'Violette's -goalie Lal
letmand who on many occa-
SsioAs'p aized the public by
solGib spectacular blockings.
Irieldentally" Lallemand has
built himself quite a repu-
tation' : first by his outstand
ing- performance; second he
had been in a cast following
Sbackl invurr causedrl hv a


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y tilanOSFOv Of The Whek


(Continued from Page 1)
i.Haitiun folklore for -inspira- small hammer and some
tibn and subject matter. glaze. They do' not have the
Ri. This stmrmer he brought to stylized simplicity of the
W Port au Prince one of his primitive Haitian sculpture
:. latest creations a statue Valentin, for i n s t an re,
of Baron Salmedi -respond-
ing maliciously'to the call of -- -
p. a Vobdoo -priestess. Another ., ,,
piece in his current exhibit
is called the ((Belle Creole' '
...a bust of a mother feeding .
., her dhild at the breast.
Foreign visitors especial-
ly have found it, hard to,-be-
U. illeve 'that- such remarkably
-finished pieces of sculpture
',have been turned out by a
m.jan who wotks with noth-'
I;ing 'but a simple pen knife,
a gillette razor blade, a

t, General Nemiours '
GAndre Dimanche: His astu
-,Presents Letters To Pope he Provinces

SThV.-atican -ewspaper L'Os-


f. servatore Romano gave a col
.ourful account this month of
j the, cerdmony during which


PRESIDENT INAUGURATE
MANNEVILLE IRRIGATION!


Haitian Ambassador General tinted Page 1)
-(Continued from Page 1) *
Nemours presented his letters
of credentials to His Holiness mrruch' of which has remain-
the Pope er uncultivated for centu-
Sries, even during colonial-
The General t- r2splqdant in times. The French did not
a gold-intcrusted dress uniform- try to use the waters of the
was received on S.eptenmb:r! 1st Manheville spring for, their.
Sb the Holy ,Father at his sum- ,elaborate irrigation projects
' er residence, Castel Gondolfo ,because its altitude was too
Receiving an honour salute from low" in relation to surround-
the famous Swiss Guards. in,g ground. And its valuable
S water. poured unheeded into
The Haitian diplomat told the swelling Lake Sauma-
His Holine4s that it was the tr
greatest honour of his life to President Mkgloire grave
'.represent his profoundly Catho- ly told the cheering 'pea-
lie Country at the Holy. See. sants present at the inaugu-
And ,he asked for a special ration -ceremony that the
papal blessing to carry out his Gciverniment has done itu
functions. Pupe Pius tr he part i Ihelping them be-
S'Twelfth cordially welcomed ccdme prosperous ... and
the Haitian envoy, expressed )that they. should' do their
his deep affection for the Hai- best in turn to aid the
tian people and invited the Gen battle for the economic fu-
eral to pass into his library for rture' of Haiti.
a Private Audience. Later the An address was delivered
IHaitian diplomat was presented by the Secretary of Agri-
" to other high dignitaries of, the culture, Jules Domond. MM.
Vatican. R. Geneus. Dantes Mede
080. -WW
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\\ de plus forts ton;n

a. A 0 B \ sur pneus poids In

pneus do toute auti
Les entrepreneurs de camionnage et de services kilom4trique -
d'autobus savent que les pneus poids lourds service qu'on
o Goodyear font prenve'd'un nhximum de lourds. Pour
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whose mask-like heads hark
back directly to the Afri-
can motif. Andre's figures
have a sensitivity' of expres-
sion a reflection of inner
spirit that seerns incredible
to find in the works of a
ijan whose estudio is a
bhunble caille in the provin-
ces


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diso is a humble called ini
S N


ES NEW
S SYSTEM
and Constant Pognond made
speeches expressing the gra
.titude of the people to the
Chief of State.'
The Irrigation Project
was begun Octdber, 1951
-and finished last mbnth.

Archbishop of P-au-P e
Receives Promotion

Frcim Paris comes belat-
ed word that the Archbi-
shop of Port au-Prince -n
TVgonseignor Le Gouaze, .has
been promoted in the
French Legion of Honour to
the rank of Minister of
Foreign Affairs. We offer
our congratulations to Hai-
ti's leading prelate whose
. Legion "of Honour ribbon
has how been changed to a
rosette. Other distinguished
figures promoted at the
same tiane included: M. Al-
bert Miasset, Charles Munch
and the Princess Napoleon,


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irds Goodyear que sur

re marque

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un maximum i d'avantages-
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SUNDAY, . 'PT; 14th


MAN HELD IN ATTEMPT TO MURDER BY POISON


N E W A bewildered looking-man of Antoine as saying. The boy
50 stood in the Police line up was' promised the powder
Thursday morning, accused of woold not hurt his mother, but
S attempting- .to get rid of the would iget rid of his step
Pi." ap. n 'mother of his child in the most father, identified as Adilon
UUI.b.U traditional local manner by Jean.
S ''poison. Cecile announced that the
[Ulrail In. Antoine Benoit was taken in- youngster gave her the powder
.."'" .'to custody" shortly after his instead of following instruct
'' designated victim walked into tions. And she lost no time in
1 Receive d New $uIr Police .-Headquarters with a bringing tLL to the -attention of
l the Serie Philips 1952 small pil 'bottle full of grey authorities.
The'Mos't Luxuious -powder in her hands. The wo- Antoine-told Police that the
U"man Cecile Salamon by name whole story was cooked upD
ila jPgramophone said the bottle was given to by his, ex-woman for revenge
her 12-year-old son, Edouard, And he steadfastly 'maintains
w. '"u'; n when, he visited .his father, An, he is innocent. He is.scheduled
..- rAIS. toine. Put this powder in the to appear before the- Tribunal
TABLE MODEL' food before your mother a-d de Paix very shortly on charges
stepfather eat its, she quoted. of attempted murder.
So t-heSFourth Visit. Of VOLEURn
S. o e To Sassine Factory, UNLUCKY
:- Port au Prince voleurs seem learn that employees would be
.:' to be- getting 'in a rut these on hand in, a'plant at that hour
UrIaUuU days' @nce they have "success- of 'the morning ... and- we're
'.' 'fully fobbed' a place, they en- certain that their, presence
n...g CO.'l' Ujoy r'urning-for repeated vis. must have come as a nrasty'-sur
.. its. The -;'lack. of knowing prise to Andre. -But he can on-
,w. when' enough's enough*, can ly blame himself. It seems it
" get. vagabonds with an. overly was the fourth time in a month
-C AnC. YoU o. h greedy c t. ih of his grammne in plenty of trouble tered by a nvoleur. '.And the
SSet Just take the case of Aindre Jo- Criminal Bureau advised the
; '-.se.ph. ,, . owner to set up a guard on
' ,he S'electivity and Tone- He was pleasantly'engaged in the premises. When. Andre was
Sf Precision in raiding thie premises of the Sas., snatched by the long .arm of
-,,-. I sLne Cement. Block plant at' 3.40 the la.w, he was. found to be
Thursday' morning when he hearingg a pair of pants taken
o'na'. '-p ( twas foroeki to a sudderi halt by fromn-the premises on an earlier'
toaa c-- d 3tpee t.wvo emipyees of the factory, raid. He faces a- five to ten
: ecor changer We were a bit astounded to year sentefice for burglary.

SPi ce forgthl.I Unique Dr. Finds Gun Slug: Mass Meeting Today
smgly Low. In Boy's Braip
S_(Co tind fon.. Page 1) -. At nine a.m. today a Mass
: '' : t Meeting will -be held at Croix
S- 2130 Friends Aceived word that des Missions in Honour of the
: 729 3344 the.Doctors have decided not to President of the Republic. The
2729;. .:. operate on Guy but to keep him manifestation -was. organized, 'by
in the Hospital for two months' the planters of the Cul de" Sac
,-;. -. ..:.. while..they. attempt to remove Plain. Monesti-me Andre served
,. .. Also-see ... the slTg by massage from its as President and Lucien Can-
*' --: dangerous lodging place. .tave as secretary of ,he organ
I' t is (believed 'that" 'the lad izing committee.
j"' '' shot. himself while he was at
temPting to load the gun wHich
is a highly diffloult operation TO SELL
for someone not used to it. The E assy of the United
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her's forehead. ebso e
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offering a Reception at 11 -a.m.
next Thursday morning. .ing his
residence in Pacot in observe.
.ance other; National Fete of
- .-- his Homeland.


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seen at the Embassy Chancery -
Ohanip de Vars, Mondays -
Fridays. from 7.30. a.m. to 2.301 ..
p.m. Bids will be accepted on BAGS O 1/2 PORT CEMET
or before Septber 30, 1952S IN BAGS OF 4 1/2 PORTLAND CEMENT
or before Septemiber 30, 1952. STADARD HYDRAUuC N
For conditions of sale, see AdARD YDAULICKgsNET 6 PLY
ministrative Officer of Embas OFFIICE: MTTC BLDG. EXPOSITION
sy | Port-au-Prince Tel : 2387


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