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Haiti sun ( May 31, 1953 )

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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: May 31, 1953

Subjects

Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."

Record Information

Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00181

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: May 31, 1953

Subjects

Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."

Record Information

Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00181

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NEWSPAPER ar RsrPoNSA
SUNDAY, MAY lfl, 1953 No. 32


-ION OF PIRST
PERSONALITY I
HAITIAN BISHOP TODAY OF THE WEEK,
rw, THE Consecration of the first will be read before the assem-
Haitian Bisop in the history of bled congregation and Mgr. Au
the Republic will take place th gusting i repeat his vows be-
morning.at solemn.rites in the fore the opening ofthe
Note Danme Cathedral. Mass begun by the Bishop'Elect
SMgr. R6my Augustin, born nfid and Papal Nuncio Lardonne at
raised in Petionville, will be separate altars. Before the read-
anointed with the, Holy Oil in ing of the GoTpel, the Litany of
the presefice. of President Magloi the Saints will be chanted and
.re and top officials of his go-. the Consecration of the new' pre-
VI ernment. late will take place when Mgr.

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The ceremonies will begin at Continued on Page 2At
F I rst To See Television In Haiti 7.45 w0ith the procession of Prela- toa
-.-*..- ,tes- and seminarists from the Grande Soiree At

Beei Handicapped One day during V-orld' Wr t

..0..0 allon Operatr,_ Archbishoprya stto, the cathedral. hCh ouone, oI g.".s"., t.is .. .. ,t the ,a...e..the s o .,t.'"".l:.:.
Y ou Reporter triun rIel his managedd to spill the beans the The Mandate from the Holy See enefcappeOne day dur World W
jeept s Verna lst :Week t-.young d, tor o th hterna- o Speid a pleasant evening and a German seeman scaled 0v.i
S.*jeep,-tobWis "Verna last week to- young dirhetor ot thwo Interna-
visit ihe oget firttionalTelephone S ce le- 0 J Brandt ives. do yourbit for the. Handicapped thle fence of an internment cj
Mce .sl-' ,,' ., t -get fisi-.--o Twas -anno nivedla y ek ..e. - ,. 0ed-
.. -b .'... ..... :'..... .l Bnv"rw. Children c.f' Hoiti -too.. "aCgme to IJn Jamaica, A nnn .O&n'
Shand accountof -1.irst .T ickup sat ly add ed the following de- "Ig.0 0 - A Cthi oo o ..t n aa
in HaitiL.We found r. Michel taidg ..- Work Al Gonaivesu the Grobe Soiree that opens at clothes sauntered. tlr
s O Industrialiat Oswald Brandt 7. this evening at the Cabiane ,the streets of Kingston. .00
swelled the Building Fund for Choucoune organized by the .for .the owner, of a
publicity f6 t he- .ws uiet. Tm he fiddled wit is early hH it 1 .n.o
cse"so "' "'ple u mo.del-T andy o the Anniversary Work dt Gon- Haitian. Women A ssocation.for W'he he foup whla
be'arise.onso-m, y-pdople vould model- TV -set and picked .up he boarded
s aives with a donation of $10,000 a building fund to Texpand St. le boarded *n
be aly interrupted.* Bul can station. Pictures of paintings .. .
sihbourgschoolboy Coiued on Page 16) most generous getire from one is just one dollar. Acc.r ,ing to.. .um ..,-




r S f W rld Cup tio o a Haiti. n Continued on Page 32 y ct .)ic o
tefaiial. t . f the cou ntrys leading us During the coue .e' efDO know tut



basou4 comnpleted tkNe York *11th and the 8 w all tha month, SSIta n ee 2 uouniries- i li M hs. c ed
confe ne with A-nert....i. th -,p ning d P ate o 6ttme of i hatw oocimeb aay af
S l rangg the e the World eriehhl st be A noted Photogray-writing 1w wok er by -.Eeetyne an e Wnt t .ork:
tail t nalTe playe sa if team left Pot A Prince Thurstrializa- wigones at b he Rsiera Hotel whre i,

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Streaed folklore, well. Norwich nsurantde,.Agent Robert Na &fewmBtntqai
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4aiti celebrated Arbor a-new tree. In the afternoon
ay Friday in an extensive the Scouts pf Haiti held a
programme geared at educat- meeting at Cite Magloire to
'gthe youth of toe Repub- watch document fjlms on
.1k on the importance of the- forest grobIems-&6tined from
Country's reforestation pro- Information De'rtnment of
gramme. American -Embassy .
President Maglbire himself Prizes were also awarded
"attended the ceremonies held pupils throughout the Repub-
at City Magloire where lic writing the best essay on
schoolchildren from all over thle subject wOur Trees in the
the Capital watched him plant National Economy.*


CONSECRATION OF FIRST

HAITIAN BISHOP TODAY'


Continued from Page 1
iL 'Lardonne, assisted by the Arch-
bishop of Port-au-Prince and the
'-Bishop of Port-de-Paix, rests his
''-hands on the head of the new
;':..bishop calling down the Grace
.,of the Holy Ghost His head and
hands will be anointed by Holy
, Oil as the Choi'r ingl Ve'ni Crea-
. tor after which he ,vi'll receive
his cross ring, and Book of the
Gospel.
Following his Consecration Bis


hop Augustin will continue say-
ing the Holy Mass but this time
he will be at the same altar as
the Papal Nuncio. At the close
of the Mass, the new Bishop
will be presented with his Mitre
and his gloves and he will be
solemnly installed on his throne.
Later, to the chant of the Te
Deum, he will move down the
4,isle of the church blessing the
congregation.


Wherever you see musculine. pipoteltary, Hi5sxcnbleny .-;'.ngs .to HaitiaMo.thters ..it
heads swiveling in unison .tiis .Mi ll, Ii ,g ha.de i..'ceden- name of the'Mothers ofAme
weekend, just take a look .tiAls tp' Preside4 Pail Magloire e xtend. to ab
around for Diane Adrian, the -'i'-.sol4mii ceremony" at'.the, wishes, and,. deepest. feeIngs o'
svelt blonde chantev.Se that, NationalPaIace., Friday. ,, .yhpathy.
made such a hit last night with The. distinguished. Ambassador Mdame Robert E.'Draddy.
her sophisticated: numbers at received traditional' salute froin "'
the dCbane ChoucQune.. aalGt4ion- 'p .La Garde du d Grpude S0ire At
Palais on his' arrival anId e- ii n .T0 li
The American songstress, who P --.s -. Choucou Tonigt,
warbles away in half-dozen la. parture from the National Pal- B nefil Handicape
ace. (Continued on Page 11) .)
guages, came to Haiti from the e . .: : .. :"- '. .
Virgin Isles where she enjoyed .- Port, au Prince Matins an
un success fou. .We haven't been: American Mothers Greet De'moiselles -who' collected mo-O
able to elbow our way close Haian Mothers. On The ney forcontructgadQrtor

enough to the young lady to get Occasion Of MotiherS:' ay for orphans ', and "rippIed thil.
her detailed history, but we do -The -President ..of. theAmeri-- drenfrom. the Prvinces .in
know she has done her stints can Mothers Corimmittee of th&e'clude:"-
in the smartest,' continental Golden. Rule Fouidation today Nimes A-thefas Beleriee, Ro.
night spots and appeared in Hol- sends "this "message to Hhitian ger Denis, Jean Liautaud,''Fritz'
lywood Productiors on the TV Mothers :- .Sam, Louis Roy and Mies. Jac-
screen.- On the Second Suinday of May, queline'bhutiah, Claudie-Riapy, '
P.S.: She's stopping at the 0be which by President Wilson's. Irma Raoine,._D.orothy Grbanam.
Lele.. proclamation in .914, has be- The fund-raising'campaign
come a Special Day during will Ie an annual affair

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Built painstakingly out of a C ofour year old tradition, the 1953
Satrician reaffirms the pre-eminence o Packard among fine cars .
In the Patrician, quality is rinherent-refinqemenr apparent in eVer
detail, in'-keeping with the standards of-thosevwho'will drive it.
'Here is a motor car created for -ou itmis a "possession to comply.
inCnt your taste and individuality, one'thait reflects.your regard for en
during craftsmanship. .'
-:.. As ou` take th6 wheel o(fthene v Packard Patrkiian yout discover,. -
its coniplete reaonse to year'motoring w its.. and in the quie-
authoritW' of Patrician power -you l aensa lasting as.su.rann

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. RemyA'u.tiAr, the t. 'r Haitian Bishop. ,. ,ard Cppers and Packa-'" '
---. -De L...U": a ippers ,a Packard Convefibe, Mayfair and Caph4er a
ShpPackd Power Steering, proved
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a 1f L Uaf ments include icles fovari-
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during.. his-,six years in .China, Paticia Hailey, the shapely
Earl said iHalit has remained where'.he served as Uhited. Prdss brundtfe who was the feminine

e perfectilittle Island more Manager. He and hi, ,.'partner half of the-. photography team
narmic thia ay -oth6r I know work with three rollfiflex cam- .got bitten by a monkey in the -
d I hav. seff"thebe i all., This eras and a motion picture outfit. Amazon. jungle and chased by
it E rl was more interested During their present trip they a bull while taking pictures in
quality than quantity as far, visited 29 countries gathering Mexico City. But Your Report-
:his pit hng was con- features for about everything er can testify she didn't look "




E xceptional Uhportunity ... .-
xc eph ona *p or Bearded Lu, i.LuJ 0u1 bftupty rurctrica Iteyj iteaxing before
S" departure Thursday. Story above. Photo .Haiti Sun.*
Fofrifri_ ___- ___________
S" .Pcs: New Prices :
Two-pole antenna $ 9.50 $ 5.00 ...-'
Race. b c le -75.0 3 b.oo NEW HEALTH CENTER FOR MIl iBALAIS
3-speed'bicycle for lads 2.50' 40.00 AND OUANAMlNTHEN
3-speed bicycle for ,girls 48.50 40.60 -
Bicycle for .lads.. 48.50 40.00 H Word from Mirebalais reports the arrival of spare parts for a..
Bicycle fo6 ladies 52.50 40.00 that the new General Health cement block-making machine. r:
Bicycle for men 46.00 37.00 Center erected by SCISP in The building is now expected to ..
Bathroom cabinet 11.00 8.00 collaboration with the Haitian wind up with speed and dis. .'-,
P i, 15-plate battery 42 21'00 17.500 Government is now practically patch.
SPadding leatfier 4.20 ('a yard) 3.00 -
Electric oven 395.00 finished. Incidentally Ouanaminthe is
Electric oven, 395.00 300.06
SGas oven "' 180.00 150.00 And in Ouanaminthe in the De about to get a modem water
Kerosene oven i 33.00 30.00 apartment of the North, a bottle- system thanks to a recent pact
" Stuffed chairs (4); 1 round table 244.00 165.00 / neck in the construction of its signed between SCISP and the
Kero'6ne ove9" 55.00 ..1 50.00 new clinic was overcome with Public Health Department, "' .-
Brid ge-"hairs (4); 1 table 42.00 35.00 .
Le -Conatonnelses'.
Fire extingUisher 4.00 30.00 ? -,Le- C *Itq~oqp Ujes I.a GritA k :Ii '- "*' -.'. ":i
15.00 "Colun..To Fire-A Old. And. MA "06
SKerosene iron' 17.50 15.00 / Colmn To FTeM 0!dAnid Wiftl-1e& l* 'F :,
Kerosene oven- 7.50 6.50
SElectricon .- .. 12.50. 10.0 i } Ho Hum Someone please tip plexed at learht'i .b
.Spare latr'for car- 6.50. 3.50 off our testy colleague LE CONS Grant's .report, e.j -.
Infrared lamp- -., .,- 16.50 .12.00 -. TITUTIONNEL t'aht our coium- ure'4df At" D iector. t
Kerosen lamp 13.00 1200 nist r. T. J. Grant is a humorist had ,eeni'thke '
Ar eWirig machine 23.00 j 17.50 His "airy descriptions of activities. lue. and. used ditAid1
SAn 6w machine (two theds) 120.00 8500 in Pdrt-au-Prince are not meant, editorial rp ei I
' Foot seeing machine .185.00 115.00 o b a e. $r'---.
Electric sewing ifachine 140.00 96. 0 .
meant to be funny W. Fe .i c
', Engine for sewing machine 40.00 25.00 ae fn ,- er- 01o] ,w -,
STherefore we were quite per- .ons .-
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Ti E fo / i 6 6 x 2h. fi 16.00 r
.Tire. for. motorcyclb-310:0 x 19 1 50' 11.50 '" "Q
,ire rot- .o :& 2x 13k1 11.50 .2 Accul& Muthre.ir .
Trire for .bi cl' i 21.00' (a dozen) 16.00 (a dozen) Found G lty Ap ap ..- r
"east rte fl
"-- "C' . The Criminal Court JS.r at' riourntikt$ -
iElectri 1-litre ice-pail 27.50 20.00 HT enurt Ju at-- u e r
*Sunkiat juicit 22.00 20.00 Cap.-Haiti has just returneda day. aftempn at
{'Step oni Ca, C, 15.50 2. ~200- verdict condemning two acIcus-jear church. of. -titge-
S'"' ed murderers to death. .ey Pasque.t,;4weo:.made-his.'o
Suribea&I ti) cA t ,r '" 30.00 25.00 are BMlius Florestal, charged' mani ea at Gonalri&
i N 7..0 6.00 with killing his brother .Piermai'ctim ofa"lingering-il
$.%-galldn therm6s 4.00' *, 3s00 . bzo..". Pi ,,. a ..Mc.-m 'a
..-galldn thermos m. 4.0 3. in ambus bat Marigot and JEdme. condolences to his: s.-:-
Tube for motorcycle '400 2 19 3.25 2.50 Ma., .. .. ., .. ., ,,.. ..
S.. Jean, acced. 2f.2 ...muf dering An.y RIWOi and"',fft
,jube for motoreycl 350 i:20' 19 -2:70 ._200/. .nth v..-" -
*ube for motorcyc 325 x 2.50 325 x. ..2.00 Eberle it:- d:e. th -
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-Tube iftbicycle 8.00 (.a dozeri), 6.50 dozene) condemned n aino being,.
rot .00 6.00 areply studied y judiciary e e a

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Owners To Assist Public Works Dept.
movement of Roads in The Capital


blic Works Depart-
sooan begin a hum-
portant road pro-
i.e vicinity of Port
most to be car-ied
,he help of-property

.itvork will get un-
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derway in two sectors. Be-
tween Ruelle Riviere and
Canape-Vert the road will be
asphalted and lengthened .by
.a number of kilometers. And
'another group of public Works
labourers will begin imnprov-
ing the ruelle Camille Leon.


c to thet fla t pn the occasion of the patriotic
dsa at Arcahaie May 18th, 1953, 150th anniver-
,birth of. the Haitian Flag, after the ) Wd t-'the Semaiphore-in the" Place d'ArmesD
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md traction......
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ill neet more of
more of the time
either tractor you
N4 other tractor
ced has. better,
acteristic (lugging
b- will pull yoe.
he toughest soil
.wig or stalling.
p n going where
xrs quit.


The brigde known as Pont-
Morin will be torn down and
replaced by a modern struc-
ture. Avenue Desprez is also
slated for asphalting .at the
request of the property own-
ers who will share expenses
with. the State.
Midtown, the 80 metres of
road linking Rue Dantes Des-
touches to Rue Lamarre, is al-
so marked for reconstruction.
At Croix des Boassales, the
Communal Administration is
waiting for the arrival of jie-'
cessary materials to. build-'a
new market.


Mr. Heurtelou Left
Company Three Years
Prior To Fire
In a letter to ( and published in its editions
of May 24th and May 25tHi,
Mr. Daniel Heurtelou recalls
.that he ceased to be a member
of the firm < turers of Haitip three years
ago. The United Manufac-
turers of Haitiu shoe fac-
tory was destroyed by fire
Thursday' night, May 21st,,
and Mr. Heurtelou was-men-
tiodned as a major stockholder
..of this, firm.

For National Library And
Adult Education


S Two credits have been
solicited- by the Minister of
National Education; one of
] 47,000 gourdes for a national
library; the other of 34,000
gourdes for the section of the
SAdult Education.

New Book


The book of Me Emile Cau-
vin entitled Svoie paree en Dioit Haitien>
will be found in the bookshops
shortly..

Mosquitoes Squatting

People living in Babiole,
* Turgeau and Pacot Cite
r Wilson are complaining
about the presence of a wave
of mosquitoes which are -be-
sieging their homes night and
day, through the medium of
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Waiting Automatic Drum
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from the U.S.

New. Haitians
Three foreigners became
naturalized this month.: They
are Messrs. Albert and Pierre
Yves Bajeux and Jean Marra.
Decrees of May 4th 1953 pub-
lished in Le Moniteur..

On Public Works.
Inspection Trip
Minister Georges Cauvii is
on an inspection tour which
includes visits to Gonaives.
where urbanism works; are
nnow underwvay,'. Cap Haitjen
and Ouanaminthe where pub-
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:.' 1 Firs.t". -HAITI CAN BENEFIT FRO M COOPERATIVES
aiti's First Air-conditioned Theatre SAYS U. EXPERT AT LAW SCHOOL

CaSerneS DeSSalines BeCOmeS A numerous audience at' Building Coopers


T.h os e w ho sweltered four by eight feet pipes to the
ahuough the Prepiere of Ly- thousand-seat. auditorium.
lt'a Bailey1 about this time The airconditioning is turn
iast year' will welcome the ed on about 10 minutes be-
i. ws. that the Casernes Des- fore show time, bringing the
inesI. ,s ..now .be6n air- breezes of Furcy right into
SCditibonId. The 75-ton Car- the heart of Port au Prince.
" nier,El.it was. installed by lo- The "Oasernes Dessalines
iRa1 .distributor Walter Braun;, Theatre 'was built in 1948
'..co(irnpleted, the, job : in, when President Magloire was
wlitWeeks. The huge ma- .commander of the Casernes.
whIi'w i rum by dual. It shows free movies three
Drive compressors, times a week for soldiers'and
0oolw 20,000 cubic feet of air a their families,
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e"' CCmpressors that helps cool the theater.


tended UN Expert Georges
Mouton's lecture on Coopera-
tives held last Sunday in the
Law School Auditorium.
The former head of the
Institute of Farm Coopera-
tives at Liege, Belgium, feels
Haiti too can benefit much
from this form of communal
planning. He recommends
particularly t h e establish-
r.ment of Credit and Savings
Unions, Grocery Cooperatives


Brother Alois Dies Ij
France. Taught Here
55 Years
'Huidireds of his former
pupils were saddened last
week Iby news from France of
the death of Brother Alois of
t he Brothers of Christian .In-
, struction, He had spent 55
years in Haiti educating gene
.rations of boys jn the Pro-,
vinces and Port 'au Prince,
where he taught at St. Louis
de.Gonzague and the ,Nation-
al, School of Jn-Marie Guil-
.loux. Just before he left for


of .his native land, he was de-
corated with the rank of
. knight in the National Order


SUNDAY, MAY 31,


VISITORS'


itives and
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r arm r.iuuctiouun oopera-
tives devoted ,to selling pro-
ducts raised. and buying need
ed equipment. He also sug-
gested that the Law School
open a new course in the le-
gal technicalities of this form
of community enterprise. Gov
ernment Counsellors are now
studying a preliminary blue-
print for 4 General Law on
the promotionof Cooperative
Societies in Our Republic.


The Palace of San
The Eighth Wonder p|
King Christophe's :,!
The Indian Caves at;
The lovely beaches of, |
Coast

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e ''. e.-aiyTere Miister Of Presidency

i '"1 '.c. f the"'Univer" .. In.The North '
hd .. Minister Manclair. Zephirin
h TheitTfIeatre e. Citte "..
: a le loisr det. Martinflewto Cap-Haitien this past
p,.4a a~'djpimas:.1:sal1' lde loisjrsde St. Martino
r Edcaon,. offere .s w today at ek matters o tate.
t t engineers Jo-' 5.' 'P wit : :" T oupe^ ,BS
-rie"4tor-Ep"era n,4t.dPradines, in a
ja ".enisAdring .'seciaiJ programme of folk-
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an CAT and cats have lived together. have failed to do so in Ire-
LO and CAT In Elgypt, when the Pharaohs land, if the evidence of Irish
ienit Associations reigned, they were worship canine hate is.any indication.
K, ped side by side. In Bubas- 'There must be a resentment
tis, the town of'the cat-god- deep in ancestral memory,
dess, people shaved their- eye and I think I have found the
Sbrows as a sign of mourning historical truth of the matter.
.i. .....-"when a-puss passed away, In the'great days of Celtic
and their heads on the occa- Christianity, I believe the
-afraid we shall be. sion, of a dog's demise. The cats monopolised the monas-
.to it. All these years, cats and dogs miast have had. teries.. I 'am prepared to ad-
erence to his unreason- some inkling of. their' impor- mit that -the evidence is flim-
jUdice I have staved tance and cunningly worked sy, but theories have' been
'iand.-if we finally de- out an alliance. The-,cat ceme- built on less by really auda-
genuinely fear that tery of the place has been cious historians.
e' will border on ap6- ,found by'thediligent archaeo- My 'first evidence is the
.:", logists, anid 'tlie countless Book of Kells, and anyone can
an, of corse, our Irish mummified cats, which.were verify it from the facsimile
He has kept the uifeelingly dug up have been in the Local' Public Lib-
e. of -cats these eight, distributed through half the rary. There are cats and cats
$ea PMf-- .of his museums' of the. world. Ac&- in this splendid eighth ceri'
imon of' arof us rests' cording to the biologistss the .tury Irish manuscript. They coil.
is s'iniple.. convictions' Bibastis cats were quite like round letters, form letters, peep
.etoo 'hate cas. What those.of today. If the.Greeks from them. Amid the painted.
ng of iddls feet there are to'be believed, they had glories of the-word -Christi. at
if now, at last, we go the sa;ke:supercilious .'method .the Ibeginning of the First
l6f er br ds- un- of galkfng daintily with their Gospel two mice are busy on
witIrish ddgi, and tail. Upraised, for the- name the evil task'of eating holy
'a.ca. i'ft. an Irish the Greek.language found for bread. Two cats wait behind
man. But whiat a'r the .animal meats literally them. I, do not believe' the
.. ,S Irish' 'terrier kill mie, and. my CATS IN THE them symbols of Satan's
4t.,king charge For MONASTERIES emissaries waiting to snap up
b '.'. o0 u gly -u
,g,'.- thinly 'ut if dogs and cats estab- those who eat.the bread of
.."7 they have. h.i'shd a mode of living toge- God unworthily. The artist.
.. .._e.7 an-.tit at. Bubastis, they must simply, liked cats. One -pro-
-ab.. ut bably sat beside him in the


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) there is a greyhound in' the
Book of Kells there is never
a sign of an Irish terrier, be-
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mad at the sight of sleek cats
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chilly bog they envied their / mice; ''
luxury, and hated 'them for While mine is on my a :
their calculated fawning on '. .. ..
friar and.,abbot. There was He rejoices in, 'quick leaps,
little comfort in Ireland, but, When in his sharp it4i
begorrah; the cats found' it. sticks. a ,mouse :
WELS .ZEAL I too rejoice when I ha 4+
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The second piece of evi- A problem difficult an' deaYi
,dence is heavy support. It is ly loved.
written: in- 61Od Irish and .
comes from the pen of a Though we are thusi a At L
monk in the same century. times, .
He compares- his efforts' at Neither .hinders the o6th&;er1?;
,scholarship with. .the swift Each of' us -pleased .with
efficiency, of his white fat own'.art .. ',;3
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ous .nudist place in France -
or even our local Riviere
Froide of yore where some
sons of Adam display their
-"physiqgue without even a
necktie when ,they stand up
in the troubled waters.


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Two tiaxi drivers are now
scouring for passengers in
the capital. And they are not
-afraid of'working during the
night even when the passen-
gers are men, reports 'Le
Nouvellistee, Thursday 28th.


unbelievable and almost uan Your Reporter could not
ginable opportunity to help turning back and follow-
hat saying properly last ing the cartist who steered
daylevening after. watch- right down to the rue Pavee,
a spectacular show, the even stopped under the red
u)nt of which runs as fol- light, proceeded ,to th rue
S: Americaine, took a pause and
6 started chatting with a friend
sour Rep'ter was skulk- of his. The show was becom-
home ,oni a bikee.under.a ing a hit when the unusual.
ateniing sky :. lst Sunday. cry: Barr4 cochon an stop
ling at. abobuV-9.30 when pig the usual one is stop
ad: b.his.-blood" pressure thief resounded. It was
red. tda'hnest tiil on meet uttered by a policeman in his
$barbe pou. barbe sud- seventies, &a former Caco -
y----withi a cyclist dtou Haitian warrior 'of yore -
uy naked like a worm, who ascertained that among
fting slowly in a necktie all the emotions he had had-
served as saiit, pants in his life the sight of such
drawerss.' Were it not for. impudicity was the one e
Hack of wings, Your Re- which had struck him most
Lr would have certainly hard. And the scehe came to a
. away as fantastic as touching end which the pub-
how- was, p he had .never lic present regretted but
h-te'befo& e, that anyone, which made them shake their
Ven eirodigious his- ima- sides with laughter. A agen-
n.thin-s '-fancy might darme policeman think
'ould.. mistake Port au ing he was going to do some-
for Bliarritz the fam thing very witty, gjrded* the


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An active campaign is now
under way with a view to the
revival of sports in the North.
The ,promoters are Messrs
Charles Robinson and' Yvon'
Hippolyte.


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bicycle rider with his arms...
But alas! The fellow foresee-
ing trouble had anointed his
body with motor grease and
escaped easily from thd arms
of his c his clothes spojilt by the
grease.

Is it those geniuses of the
.20th century who gave birth-
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atomic era.. which produced
geniuses of this kind? Our
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Women Taxi Drivers,


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;so often without having
inarily any valuable proof
,tnyproof at all to support.
Bu t your lucky proof--,
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1 Ii r,, my problem today, is ba
yon monkish and Celtic
RAcieln Associations for cats, and the class-bat
..',Continied Ifroim Page 7 gendered in the dogs o
.r .
' land. Our gruff friend
e;-Welsh had.'-'much about
h ,e ab us so pathetically ,to ke(
in their degal code U
place clean of such ai
Ao'-is. quite a jolly docu- bubars, a dread
bugbears, and I dread
'. ie The fine, for instance,
"". i e n c look of reproach in his a
killingg Itheking's cat was .___
,n'wshWheat, to cover the,.
d.'fdY li held.. by the tail- ,
^t 1[ithe nose touching
tb,-floor. The wheat had to f'r'MiJ j
odre,'.d until ~the tip dfg- ..'..
klead. n tli same'~ cde
6 .cat .. w.ad defined.as in
fet of.ear, eyes, ftail, F and Aneric
and' claw.; it should kill C ine; Hot and Co
Snda not, eat -its kittens' t g-Wtr-;
,pt : o cater-w.uling
.I.l odbin.'. o Specialm.etalima
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Monday, June 1st a 6 pin.
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Tuesday, June 2nd at 6 and
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Wednesday, June 3rd, at 6
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Thursday, June 4th at 6 and
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Saturday, June Gth at 6 and
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,sto-cal photo: The coitrageou's tro return from adn early
rning .Safari into the chcoditle, country. From left to right
Iarrison, Edgar and Herington


A veteran of Pacific beach-
heads, a witness on the Sa-
fari agreed that a recount
of what happened on Red
Beach, Iwo Jima, would be


easier
criptio
thrill p
hunt.
Afte
.along t
and tw
150 pa
f4ce. X
marlin
last wi
a half


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to provide than a,des-
n of those 2 rugged
packed hours of the

r a reconnaissance
he bank on foot, a nose
o eyes were sighted,at
ices creasing the. sur-
Ir. Harrjson who lost a
off Fort Lauderdale
eek after an hopr and
fight, threw his rifle
left shoulder and fir-
ithout hesitation. The
le disappeared. . with-
esitation. Observers be-
he took the bullets amid-
Unda'unted, Mr. Iarri-
'aded int6 the channel
his quarry and disap-
d from sight also. He
a patch of-quick sand.
lling Columbus.* --the
ban to shore they took
nations fore and 'aft in
cracker box).. Bristling
artillery the crackerr
looked an impressive
as the mud splattered
ans of -20 minutes of
)ing urged ColunTbus on-


to his
isintin g Humanitarians Bag Croc ed w
crocodi
n Dawni Battle On Lake Saumatre out h
S" " . lieve h
4m &arehand. ,'maae a At the lonely outpost, Mal- ships.
kk sale of a dozen bananas passe on- the Haitiano-Doiini- son y\w
,2 cents each and a. gourde cano frontier where the Lake after.
rth ,pf biscuits Thursday as- Sauiatre ceases to be a lake pearec
~, broke over .the Boule-'. and becomes a.seepage across. struck
Id.Harry S: Trhman. The. th& border the trio were giv- Signa
ithase was made in French ehi a cordial welcome but no boatma
iosse Point, ich., hur- coffee. up sta
JianJae Edgar from., the .back .seat ". at '53 Ford4. The excitement of the hunt with
o seated in this sleek litiou. played on highly strung.ner- Ax
AIwerem. Prominent Fort vea and the- guide and bearer sight
erdale,.. Florida, iHoti-.'were invitd to,.make ready et
"t w H. Hlarri--' with haste the charcoal boat
a, ors- enthtisiast I.nd whichh had submerged, fdllow- w
,.a- lb e, 6n ".. ward.
S idW (N6lttif'.A kn1ri&'t ing a suddeiF- rower.-
itlk'Jim Hei4initri. Crossing the lake in the Coli
T.thefood supplies had crackerr box, 'as Mr. Harri- a gr-a
firmly packed away ip son" affectionately called the denly
love' compartment, the. charcoal carrier, was without tar-et
fl6ye -' 'with its distin- incident. The bearer fell over: and'th
,visitors off across board- and swam. ashore to pa of
3Gln-db Sac i&1 search of a avoid a stray bullet when the of a T
and thrilling sport distribution ,of atm mno and yards
,-'ho.ur- and a 'half .,of loading took place. nel fl
estinug. anad educational, The Safari.was underway, in a
el thruuigh. cane 'fields, pith helmets were cocked at obvious
.ginn mills.-- otton pro- a tr.kish angle) finger nails break
ng plain. 444- sisal plan- substituted cigarettes and on Apj
a audtvegetation a i'e- every flif of air the halitosis light
Srif. .n6io
Ig' geni'- from the -.:a- of the. hunfed drifted out of ready,
power of the rainy sea- the forbidding look ing that t
jiorst base was reached. swamps the party's obje'- such' .a

in g. the most.of their tive., a bullet
those stidious-looking The hunted, was none other eyes a
0min withdrew theii 'than that large horny-skinned get w
eyes from' the window aquatic reptile who has given and a
ly. a minute to take a rise to the Saying Crocodile tian s
thing swig from the..tears> insincere grief. The tesy ta
filled water botl ie, dur species is known locally as the sh
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considered Dominican and un eirl*Wer .
shootable. i 1bS hassador ".
The chestfallen trio's libi-ent senho r
dinous nature was soon back appointed a 'ew U.S. 'Ab
on even keel at the cries adr to Gindad Truij
icroc to starboard.. He. was is lawyer W, iam P ef'.
Haitian and his chances of -Haiti i Amh drle .
Haiti is Ambassadorless. 4
immigrating dr becoming a U. s. '"
grandpappy were mighty slim ,_ '
when the irascible cracker
box) came into range. Broad- Duk Hq* an.
side after broadside,poured in . u em.gra'
S-Three huidred, em
the direction .of the 90-year- Port a
arrived in Port an Prib
old- reptile. All purgatory trucks from the ,
if th -trucks from the Don .iiica!
broke loose, it..Was as if the -;. "'
Republic Tuesday
Dalton .boys had sailed back T -five othe, s
into the West. ,The ducking T- f v th *i,
and diving of the ero jn that tuesday afternoon"
tree stumpi studded section of '
swamp didn't .giyd he boys Comes The Nor t
time to load. -After a rifle The sukar mill of
was emptied, 'side-arms were has .already closed db
drawn, then a knife left the the 0ff sea-on:. ThI*eI
boal. Later Mr. Herrington will. follow suit 'at.th. egi
admitted. ie didn't lose his ning of June. .'"
shoe in the quick .sand but .- ----
thinks it might ,have follow- Radio Topiqe :, a
ed his last, billet. As the The .Air T
smoke 'Ilifted -witnesses at "
slaughterhouse 1bay.- as that T.he new btopdca
section of the swamp has been of Mr. Rayinond DaipbA
renamed say they.saw the will go on the air .
croc sink to the bottqm... Sal- a special opening program
vage operationswere.ut off from.on;nll 3l Pinl
owing to. the rapid rise' f -49 "ava'nd; T.ce.i"
water in the %cracker b6x> tvith.thestatoion' ,ill ie
and the. croc, high lead con- cast., between theory
tent made operations diffi- to13 .m..and 6 I .T
.cult. As they homeward plod Programmes will .'b-:'bb
ded their weary way they bag cast from 8 to 10iam;
ged a slim six foot phy for from.6 to. 8 pm,:on holi
office prestige. it same .. -
evening iMIr. Edgar was basis Haliti Cherie."-.,
ted .b--. Mr. Her--ington and Th e editions D
Harrison ,pn the'lecture plat- tillput-on' sale thiso'wnD
form on return to Port. The album o colour picturi
subject was. Public Relatiois Haiti entitled fHaii:.b$
and ,How Cruel -can dumb which is under "the EspAnssj
animals get. ,of His'.Excellency Pres .li
gloire.. The album's pboLi9
FOR SALE ', text are by Marcel "sy Schw
1950 Mercury in, Al condi- autho;,of the film dL'AU
tion. Has new paint job and tide des Caribes. TThe&6
has done 32,000.miles ; engine' will cost $6.50.'


umibus had eyes only for,
nddaddy croc and sud-
fhose -eyes registered.
in sight. Is was a rare
drilling sight, that grand
all crocodiles the size
pidget sub lay not 200
ahead in -' e mid chan-
oating on his stomach '
half submerged state,
isly sleeping off a hdavy
fast.
broaching steadily in a
rain they weti.e -at the
safeties off, knowing
he only chance to bag
whopper would mean-
it-in between his googly
t short range. The tar-
as becoming real big,.
probable when a Hai-
oldier with utter cour-
pped those gentlemen on
,.lders and cautioned
that the frontier had






: .. .. : HAITI SUN,.
12

for a film combining Haitian
-. .,DIVINE HORSEMEN dance, as purely a dance form
ih Li" .G ods Of Haiti with other non-Haitian ele-
e "i;l g moments. Four years later, she

t6finued from Page 1 might be an intrusion, my on- completed a fascinating and
Siv thniuh.t was tn leave. Han- informative book, written in


pect or incident of a
many that -could provide
r.a or sensational ma-
SAt result, the mis-
i ie'tking of Voodoo in
Op1f 'black magic, sensual
estitUnm; all accompani-


pily, the greetings offered
held no doubt but that we
were welcome guests. After


44Qh'.primitive cruelty .


te1V beginning of my
4 Was fortunate in meet
164o .,Stanley Resor. I
i he was l jVoodoo.) It was dur
ong and interesting
o d!ion 1-tih him, that
ithh -ia discussion of
lo tri, general, that I -
insight into Voo-
eligion'rather than
Sed to the read-
.. ine .Altars>- by
C a.i.i-b6xk that though -
"trating the sur-
bty%'fVoi.doun; 'gave the
h .. oesor's gat o ours of apbsoibed attention,
gh Resort's great
the,. understand-. I left, feeling grateful for the
..re... a' experience but filled with re-
4Ao ce:.1ere was: a sinceer
hn from .the needs newed interest and a compel-



X '
S .As if in answer tn my,wish,

r -with Voo- opend the pages of Maya
Person ede Deren's Dbivine Jorsemen.>>
L ,h f'I.' had .the :In September, 1947, Miss De-
of being-a guest ren had co e to Haiti .with a
oudoun cere Gug-genhe4 Fell6wshiip for.
'b..im.sdrprises the her creatitwork done in the
rf itual before motion picture Tield. Her ori-
natural curios- ginal purpose for Cominng, was
rngn''my .presence a carefully thought-out plan

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such a way as to please, lay-
man or scholar. The unfin-
ished film is evidence, as she
herself said, of an eloquent
tribute to the reality and im-
pact of Voudoun Mythology.
Her background as an artist
and resulting sensitivity -
hence discretion, allowed, her
to become an integral part of
the religion and the people it
belonged' to.


Miss Deren has eased the
reader into Voudoun termino-
logy, in such a way that to-
ward the erfd of her book one
is quite familiar and at home
with its meaning. Her book
contains many footnotes of
interest to the general read-
er, and for the more astute
student, additional details
and specifications are listed
at the end.

Included in her book,. are
informative photographs, tak
en by the author, and authen
tic line drawings of the ever
belonging to each specific
loa.

For those that might look
down, on. Voodoo and associ-
ate it with. eBlack Magic",
she has made a- most appli-
cable and clear distinction be-
tween magic and 'religion.
Magic refers to power, which
is amoral in nature; the pri-
mary emphasis of religion is
moral discipline and develop-
ment. In effect, in religion
the serviteur is changed; in
magic the world is changed.
For all of us our adopted reli-
gions hold their 1 mysteries.
Most important is that our be-
liefs can offer 'a haith that
transcends bur everymay living
and yet at the same time makes
that very life an acceptable
and worthwhile existence.


Anyone, pf an open mind,
reading cThe Divine Horse-
men>, must sense through
Miss Deren's accurate record
ings, the essence of the cul-
ture and consequent import-
ance of the .whole Voudoun
) structure in meeting the
needs of the individual and
the communal society. For all
of us, Haitian or otherwise,
there is an undercurrent, of
sound philosopljy.\- Peggy
SHarris.


SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1953


It's true and can happen to '..
anybody.
If you have seen the inter-
esting and colourful under-* -
water movie made by Mr. Isy-
Schwartz, showing Gustav's
little doubt surprised and could not
quite believe what you saw, ,
there in the picture with your .@
own eyes. But it is true, I..'
tell you, and can happen to '
anybody who likes' to swim 1 ,
around our beautiful coral sea ..
bottom chase and spear fish ,m
like I do.
And it all happened be-
cause my brother got engaged
to a nice girl from Gonaives I, u ,
and we were staying with
the charming Miot family in F"A' o
Gonaives over the week-end,
enjoying the wonders of the The only airline that .
coral reefs almost at the back' flies to every major
door. There it happened to i the
rhe. I learned what such a ""
little how it feels, when he tries
to settle down on your leg ."
which I did not like. He was
indeed very intent on friend-
shiip and stayed with me until Pan American has over 100 "
I got back into the little Hai-'.- flights weekly-more than
tialn (cchalupe.,> First I was a any other airline--through
little scared about that the Caribbean area. -Choose-j
strange ,ti bete> swimming your day anddeparture
hour to a dozen enchanting i
eagerly around me, nipping island vacation-obts..Pan i
and zipping on my skin. But American's vast Caribbean "4
I found out all about him network takes you to ;
when he tried to settle down one and all
on my leg and I saw that RTT
little plate that he 'has on his N RTH COAST
bottom side to suck himself PAA has frequent daily
1 i ghts.' Itts iust-a r -hours!.s't
to the shark's .skin. Maybe flight between Caracas, -h
he had good reason, to stay- .figtb.ete ebn Caracas,. q
Maracaibo, Bairanquilla'
with me because I had a and any point in the .
bunch of speared fish on a Caribbean. Convenient ..
line tied to my swimming suit. connections can be made at::
So it might be that he found } Barranquilla for Panama
v and Central America, or
some delicious food and de-., south to Medellin and
cided to keep my company.. Bogota.
You might think he liked CARIBBEAN aIRic'I ip
me because I am a girl, but'I '. -,
i Miami, Havana, Montego-
don't -think that is 'why. Hai go
FBay, Kingston, Port au
Fishes like fishes as it .is Prince, Ciudad Trujillo, Sani
their nature, but they '-shobald 4 'Juan, New York and return'~
n't like human beings who :' .. all for just $212.40 (U.S.),
Available in either -
can't ,keep away from the Available in eit
Direction and from any./'
corals and spearing fish. pointon route.
If you still -have douwbtsh .,o.u
about. 'Arqatolb> ask Bob *
Miot, he has seen that lit- For reservation
tIe Anatole II too. see your Travel Agentor
- Mile Lotti Wulff. A' P /tff2 f C JA


Ceremony To BH S P wOREt,s MNosT .
Filmed Today Ru Dantes Destouches Port.au.Prinu
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,L s 9reportea that the coo-'r
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Air Mall and Ai Parcel Post.


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HOUSE FOR RENT
For Rent: 'House Pomplete
furnished, refrigerator, stove A
Nice view. 'Call 3295. -






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onued fro a Magloire Theatre Hailed By Ctiics wo ew laurels
roles in .The First Days a p'rfle- .',
Sr his knowledge H fall sold the establish The tropical weatherman did Rdimains novel' Gouverneurs winning French drama.
pfedictable cars of the meant last year to devote time
Shis best to rain out the first de la Ros6e., Jean Marie Du- .
it iis,.said that there.,to his gravel hauling business .
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Ptdnt of Haiti in and to do a bit of prospecting d OUg MOern y .
. ,Magloire Theatre, but he didn't Tony Turnier played supporting.
fe wno would' ,thlnk of for. minerals 'that might, bring have aiy k. The a Cleaner OperaoDies.. .'
have any .luck. The audience roles'
a ':-coutryn road-, wealth to Our Republic. .. !' :.
o... ra l .t O turned out in fill.force.for the A section of Morisseau-Le P
aun was'at. the You might find him, dressed lfritz Hogarth, ex-army offi'
. programme. on Thursday,. May. .roys famous creole version of
in -his favorite khaki suit and .. er and owner of the Modern
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panama hat, feeding.iwild-,birds s e *. .' Cleaning, Coimpany, died .
aced. n h' W ... the Secretary of Educatiopn.' Dejoie, Andree Dor, Clovis Bori-
S -'- Reimer- .' in hi's yard, sitting on his galleries' .. N. V . heArt attack last Tuesday. at'-fer2A
Frer ; -. SNAD members Denis Petrus, homme, Nicolas Vincent 'ahd ..
t- ''. . ,em ng t0 semi-classical music, ,... General Hospital. We il:'
teiproduce& young .. -, Eodard Duporit and Gerard Georges Figaro. ;,'':
-.-an., enjoying exchanging plalf ., like to express 'our sympatliu~s
"t ies with friends over glass Risyl excellently performed 'The inimitable Languichatte. 'to his-. bereaved wife, who s ex's;
way 'b .a 'O^f n .n, three sceren from Britannicus. ,and' the Folklore Troupe of" pecting af6ourh. addition'to,0th'
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Is Local Radio Station Op
Continued from Page 1 States, Mexico, C
co and the Dom
flashed on the %creen as En- He has already
SgUsh-speaking commentator gave members of the
art talk. But the image faded on the subject a
out after five minutes. Next he a few of the n
captured a children's drama on look over best
Cuba's No. 2 channel that came feels that Boutil
through clearly for a half hour. bably serve as a
Mr. Michel who has been tak- for a relay sta
ing a correspondence course in since it already
TV mechanics, explained that it lilies and a road.
NNE' would be impossible to have issue is always t
constant reception here because to scientific de
waves must be relayed over dips mused, adding v
in horizon. However, he adds, if learn nothing is
a relay station is built on high He notes that
peak near Port-au-Prince, Capi- stations that hav
talites should be able to enjoy way 'in 'South
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n Haiti

erator
Cuba, Puerto Ri-
inican Republic.
y talked with
Geodetic Survey
and travelled up
nearby peaks to
possibilities. He
fliers could pro-
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Mr. Michel has his own radio
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National Team To Meet
U.S. In First Round
Of World Cup
Continued from Page 1

of December or the 8th of Fe-
bruary. U. S. officials seemed to
favor the latter date for their
appearance in Paul Magloire Sta
dium.
During their stay in New York
the Haitian footballers will be
lodged in the Grand Concourse
Hotel, home base for the Yankee
Baseball Club. Mr. McLean of
Canadrli has been selected as the
referee for the important match.
A referee fi om Curaqao has been
chosen for the engagement in
Port-azu-Prince.
9
Mr. Mclntosh returned Friday
from a trip through Mexico and
other Central American coun-
tries arranging details for the
Haitian Team's International
tour the end of the year.

ACCIDENT AT AIRPORT
NADAL-VLLARD CRASH
Businessman Robert ,Nadal
had a rude homecoming from
his trip to Europe Tuesday af-
ternoon when his large grey
Cadillac was smacked amidships
by a Ford Station Wagon be-
longing to Le Cimcnt d'Hatli
The station wagon driver, Ma-
nes Maraud, said he was driving
at 30 miles an hour and tooted
his horn when he saw the Ca-
dillac come out of the airport
driveway. He claimed that the
chauffeur of the Nadal caji was
looking the other way.
The latter indignantly denied
the charge, announcing he was
too luoking where he was going
imnI cmunter-charged that chauf-
leur Maraud had been travelling
todo fast. A 25-foot skid mark
on the riondway sho\bed the Ford
had been travelling.
Luckily the owner of the
dented Cadillac is agent for Nor.
which Union, the largest aut-, in
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