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Haiti sun
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication:
Port-au-Prince, Haiti


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


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

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Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
lcc - Newspaper 2117
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Fire Destroys Two' Houses I N

While Pompiers wait.For Wate'r SEWO1D TI'A
'TliAgedG- has onlth
Mrs. Catherine Bertrand,. nee ter nootn Wednhsday: A motor-. closed the -.doors oe
St. Rome, lived in a wooden cyele cop gave tfhe alaim' anad ern yanin oi
.house near the corner of Rue Your Reporter arived.on the .du Centre. AItle
&de l'Enterremehit and Rue des .heels of the' FireBrigAde co a month since his fatb:
Casernes. 'Her neighbours find tongu s. of-fJare' licking Fritz Hogarth,' .paA",
knew she was 4not,quite right the shutters of' te,'burhting fromo h l'rtfailu d 1
in the head., and that her two structure.' "But the -chances of old: schoolboy FkantzHj
sons- were also ,,peculiar.*. putting, oht the fire before it is deadas .a..suit.
They also knew that she had coulddo much damage looked hastly accident
a dangerous habit of cooking good.' Frantz whe -was-'pf
Smeais. in such a way her ti- 'TTie pomplers had their for his ,dler boxhouse .cbuld go up.in' hose'connected to hydrnts nations, sp6nt- -mut
,.flaines without warning. Sev- on.,the RCie.Pavee in a .met- spare time assisting '4
R P there in the ruiniig
reral monthisago she had burnt ter of seconds. B no water t i th .nn. .
haIf er ''. ..bed:. i. ".' T cleaning 'plant. -At' a';
half her..'bed: as fo rthcommg. The huge -. '
Therefore it, was not too lines remained -naod alo ateiy .12.15 Tuesday
caught by the atm '
surprising when clouds of the-.grouid.'perfectly linip..' i.,
smoke began pouring' out-of The neighbour .took .one .
the St. Rome house shortly af- horrified- lok at the empty ,. .
Continued on Page 14 S ioher
In Verredles
<> President's
The Birthday Gift, Opes July 19th n Thursdayeve
Two years ago'tlhe business- Cuba and the United. States. tioh the followingn. i
men I of the capital showed When we called. upon.him at Jolicia Anho'Ine q'diedgn
their appreciation for Presi- his nrew headquarters, he was blow she' received
dent Magloire's progressive only" too glad to answer our scn this week. T
leadership of our Ship of queries on the station which son. L..iohard Seno-
State by presenting him with will go on the air as of July. his mother on thi ,.
a new radio station as a birth 19th. He explained that it apieceof'w6ood
diay gift. will be run as a private en- occurrean t VerretteL
.Continued on Page 15 '
On the 19th of 'this monat
the Mtation will go on the air
operating on -1,010 kilocycles.
Its shortwave prograinmes
transmitted on the 39 and 49
meter band will be picked up
by listeners the world over.0
The station will be under
the direction of dynamic Guy
Do'uyon, wdo pioneered Hai-
- ti's first efforts in modern
public relations and advertis-
ing techniques. During his
tenure as head of the Office
of Tourism,' the country'had
more visitors than ever be-
fore. The energetic young di-'
rector has prepared himislf
for his-present post by fdrst
hand surv3ys of radio sta-
tions in Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Photo 'Haiti Sun,

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,10 -IO DR' i ANERO '
S' Haitian delegation to
.-, t'e Wjrrn k Mo'tiahijoa Con-"'
| ^ tlei. ,, o eis. h i. I A. .
kMneiro frhoii "'t.ul' .i14th t -
6:T< 7u con rsists of Mbse
Ohndea' r dcire4ress' of .he
NSinkB e bh dol, M ea tsy,

id .s iat d .nd M I s P. aiss t',
to sbo W. Yr. Jae 4ue Leder; Hat
and'Glen'Lu- Ambassador to -W"dnot
Sdn the anm- ~c l icaed to give- a qfe'r.
j tery Center ence 6nthe work of the t
oit will be ith' Carey ati rch i P-
w: i 'wd-.:built' ti .Septeinb-b 46h.
,.u .rom rES .: 0:
'kbudents of, -Atrhican artist Robert Pa-
,raise their stand. roened the on,-mani. sho*'
ig They ha*e at- at the Musee des Bea'ux ArMs
re ved many :orders in the Parc des Palmistes last
arottery and have "Leek. Hours are from 8 ai.m.
tb;.tth u.iique de to tl pm and from 3 to 6 p.m
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Returned fI'orn
Jamaica are Alice
Cap and Marie T
of Pilate.
.Mile Carmelle l
* Mr. Morgan Bou
i Mr. and Mrs. Luc

studying in
e Obas of Le'
herese Jepi
baguerre and
r et, son of
ien Bourget,


g4The Road)) Movie In Its Second

Meek Of Shooting In The Capital
1.Te city has been the loca- the producer have been work.
pthiese past- two weeks for ing the sunlit hours coaxing
R..oaBd a short dramatic the movie stars Jean LMarie
*. &ing. produced here by Durand and 'Emerante Despra
l.'Odyssey Productions, a dines through the film sequen
ew-4formed film company ces frcm: t-.e Exposition to
.i'Nei XYork. the Iron .market and up the
'' Rue Pavee.

'beet'root noses irom On one street Lhey were get
S exposure, Cameraman ting set to film hundreds of
eo, film writer Leo little sti moh~ns> streaming
:1. the director Harold out of school. When the < -i'.the company's Vice mlouns spotted. the cameras.
't'.and Orin Lehman, Continued on Page 6

rst Anniversary Of Pottery
CenterAt Lafond
._.q'.crown.ng. achieve- signs on candle holders, and
work. of the new water Sipouts on pitchers and
.Center started in tea pots are appealing to, cus-
e11ey at La Fond tomers as well as their -coffee
.k.el! .last August when makers and bowls.
b .4of a six month pe- .T'he' -recent exhibition of
We..S.-kiln was .'built. centers at La Fond and Ja,-
',bupenrI'sion of Mar- mel held on. May. 1st at' Jae
V .o1, supervisor of the mel' of new designs in pottery
-'G6enter and Glen Ln- and a variety of pieces was a
Y.ei.I known ceramicist success and acquainted cus-
't.s..5to.r, and' the help tomeis with their work.
Ustueants and residents Marcus Pouyon together
bi al: V~aiey this wood with Augustin .August is do-
O"inwas accomplish- ing everything 'possible to
is stressed Liat"onlo keep this project 'flourishing.
wing against the and -has his office at Hotel
t. 'd those which were Excelsior in. Jacrnel.
UliAng. werp used,' Now: that more interest -i
,being manifested' -ih Los An-
: le... s about Haitian pottery, it
'l i' is more important than ever
that Pottery C enters continue

SUNDAY, JULY 5th 1953.

Haiti's Newest Dept. Store
Grand'Rue No. 144
Port-au-Prince, Haiti

French Perfumes


' were joined in civil matri- Gifts "
mony Wednesday.
:o:- ,The Most Assorted SINGLE Store J
Mrs. Lelio Michaud, wife H
of well known cbnmmercant in Hai ,
Lelio Michaud, will sail to "'" *'*'.'.* ".-"
the US aboard the S.S. Cris- P r t l
tobal today- on a -health trip. A r a e A t Ompressor

Female Wrhstlers To MNel.Di t frivei
At Stadium Maglore Driven
Wednesday Evening
PAA is duetn limp into p B ftVEf l
Port this' weekend bearing '
two gorgeous antazoni s who
can crack a e otete w .s easily.as
smile. I
The famed Senoritas will
meet at the Stadium Magloire
Wednesday. evening and are
expected to give a shocking'
good exhibition of aclutte f e-
male style. Cuban Silvia Her
nandez is.said to be doll-like .
SWhenev6r a contirnuu6as and reliable source qf cam- 2,
n appearance and somewhat
more energetic thanYolanda ,pressed air is required ,for construction work, r k ex-i.
ore energetic than olanda cavatioii, mine dbrospecting, or 9ther of the' mny .aried
Perez, Mexico's terror. uses for air. the GARDENER DENVER PORT- '
ABLE compressor m-cets the need for ,high ancd sus- 3
S tamined output, and with utmost fuel economy and de-
U .Agent inHail: Si nm q
Mr. and a ... cd.M u, '.,ira.
welcomed the arrival of Ja-
m leh, the secondladdaition to Ad)ress: Place. A 31oaU)in
their family. Ma as ,the for- Or 0riest, el :1a;e d2 IpoO,,97' l P
mer .Marie-Therese. Magloi.e.

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I'm making a pidure!"

CURACAO TRADING CO. Distributors for Haiti
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T.iDAY, JULY 5th 1953
NIqDAY, JULY 5th 1953

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L Executive
a President
ansit Here

tMr. Morrison, Executive
ce-President of the Pan
ierioan Airways, South
In-erican section, was intran-
t: in our capital Wednesday
route to South America.
Mr. Morrison was accom-
ied by his wife, and Mr.
r Mrs. Osment Moody of
fiami and' Port au Prince.
r. Tooley of the CIM was
Sand to greet them and
sentt orchids to the ladies.

F-Mlile Marie Pierre wed Mr.
.afoine Jabon in New York
rst week. The couple iohed* 'the occasion with a 7
nm. to I a.m. reception. Many
,itians attended.
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Sub-Director of -'he Na
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bnal 'BaAkilof..-tfh'e .Republi,:
Haiti, Mrr.' Victor Coicou,
grived in Port Saturday from
Wo months in France, Bel-
pum, Switzeriaknd and Italy,
ir. Goicou ,profited by Iii'
y abroad by contacting
pning experts in the coun-
tes he visited.

The former charge d'af-
ires of Brasil in Port au
hince, Mr. Luis Garrido Ga-
das, and 'his wife sailed tc
k.States Tuesday aboard the
S.. Ganymedes. Dr. Garrido
*destined for his new post,
ice-Consul of Brasil in Bal-

177th Anniversary Of "
Independence Of U.S.A.
U.S. Charge d'Affaires Mr.
Robert Folsom was host at a
strictly official eleven to one
fete at the American Embas-
sy residence in Bourdon Sat-
urday in observation of the
177th anniversary of the In-
dependence of the United
States of America.

Marie Antoinette Roy
Victim Of An Accident

Young MArie Antionette
Roy was run over by a car
bearing number 1160 and drive
en by Franck Riviere .Friday
The accident occurred when
the lassie was crossing the
ruelle St. Cyr. Picked up with
contusions she was carried to
the general hospital where
*she is reported recovering.

Minister df Finance, Mr. Lu-
cien Hibfbert, handed the
Chaniber of Deputies two .pro
jects Monday morning. The
ifrst one refers to a contract
between the Haitian govern-
ment and the Casino; the sec-
ond refers to the settling of
the status of cooperatives.


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tives and the management of
the current saving funds.
The project comprises studies
on the status of those organi-
zations, the way they will be
managed and the rights of the

General Vicar
At Cap Hailien
Canon Le Breton. now Vi-
car at Terrier Rouge, replac-
ed Migr. Cousineau' as General
Vicar at Cap Haitien.

Army Under Secretary
Liked Our Mountains
Under Secretary of the
U. S. Army, Earl Johnson and.
Mrs. Johnson, on their visit
here last Saturday, insisted
on visiting Chatelet des
Fli urs, from which has ori-
girated the slogan xHaiti,
l'Ile des Fleurs.> They spent
'nearly two hours of their stay
inr Haiti enjoying the climate
and gardens of Chatelet des






New Book

Mr. Joseph L. Lubin has
published his new book He-
ros et Heroines de la Lilber-
te.> The foreword is by Al-
fred carxt.

Alvail yourself of :


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Jintg to the new con- WOODBURY: r7
the Casino will be au- The sweetest soap "
Bd to exploit the Beau WOODBURY: f/J tWjlJ ,7IJ(4JI
a> hotel during 30 The soap with an exquisite ,.:
ives deals with coopera- the best soap. EXPERIENCED .NE

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THE FINEST Perfumed Cotton Pads Are Practical
Adding Machines and Also Economical
i Calculating Machines
if Cash Registers


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P.O. Box 596

IN THESE days ot rising costs, it's a wise woman who uses a few
tricks for extracting double duty from the small luxuries that
add to the graciousness of living.
If your pet extravagance is soap perfumed with your favorite
scent, try this tip for prolonging your enjoyment of the fragrance. .
Instead of stowing it away on your household supplies shelf, put it ..- .
in with your lingerie or linens-just as you would a fine sachet. .
You'll find the effect is similar-a delightful whiff when you open -N. ,
yofir drawer or closet door. .
A similar plan may be carried out with cotton pads, which many ..,- ".. :'. '
women tuck, after perfuming them, into pockets or cuffs in pref- i ,
erence to scenting their skin. Instead of simply tossing these pads
out after use, try tucking them in with your undies. Or else tie a
cluster of them on ribbons and hang them on the hanger with your .
favorite dress.
This Idea may be extended to your kitchen, too. Instead of .
allowing your fruits to lie until used in' brown paper bags in your .'
kitchen cabinet, try arranging them in your most attractive bowl
and using them as a centerpiece for your table. o o h wk p riii
Hollywood star Ruth Roman tucks a cake of pcrfiu=ic! samp in wlth
Vegetables, too, can be used for colorful decorative effects-_- her lingerie in order to enjoy its fragrance each time she op
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THAITI SUNite de Gera
The xGomite de Gerance

Sharply dressed with -he
air of a diplomat Gerald Man-
i- uel has been -that man about
town this week. Gerald who
iwas beeping the peace along
at the UN these past three
y' ears is now on the Korean
S.ecOonstruction Board, an
:, agency of the UN. When he
> ends his vacation here next
:f Saturday the chances are
-i'll. be heading for Korea
I 'and reconstruction work.
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the Eric Tippenhauer can-
H.ne-family. The bulldog arriv-
from France last month.

SDietrick Wuff is respon-
wle for the fine dabbing of
& lectobized paint creating
Xeineken *beer signs about the

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returned from 15 months
dcl at. Durham College of
in Jamaica is busy
seeking : employment. T he
Opung lad, now fluent in the
i'.lis language, passed his
4.'5nt ediate London Cham-
iter: of'Cofommerce Exam and
:as awaiting the results of his
'oal Society of Arts exam-
1iato in bookkeeping.
STravelling the length of the
IR bblic,on business this past
:veek have been Dadou Sen-
Qb .aliand. Oarl Siegel.
."-:0":- ,
lr..an4d Mrs. Bill Burdens
otoqn, Massachusetts, are
e iat the Ibo Lele on a five-
e, .it.- They 'ar. seeing
tigh in -the. company of
^ iend, *1rs.' Rony Che

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f-,WW'York bound yester


Bibi Returns To
Hclel Rue du Centre
In an interview with shoe-
shines, car cleaners and ti va-
gabonds at the Bar Italia this
week Your Reporter learned
of the arrest of Bebb, the
deaf vagabond. It appears
that temptation showed up
last Friday night in the form
of .a wallet which a client had
drolp,ped in the Bar Italia.
Btbe picked. it up and. offer-
ed, it for sale to Bord6 the car
cleaner. Bord6, who makes a
good ccing cobes> for cleaning
,police cars, tipped off a de-
tective that B6b6 had stolen a
wallet .and. a free ticket to the
Tarzan Montezuma fight.
Bebe has returned once more
to the shade of the (sablier) 1
on the rue du Centre.
Leaving, on a government .
mission to Sao Paolo, BrAsil,
today, is Irma Jeanty, Direc- 1
tress of the government nurs- 1
ing school. *

No voluntary sleep for the
Tafiators Incorp. Saturday
and Sunday they lave set
aside for complete celebration
of St. Pierre's fete. Mar&d
Gras costumes will be donned
Sa.m. Sunday. Shibly is still

Me 'Clement Dassey, Chef de
Division of the Dept. Interior
returned Thursday from vaca-
tioning in New York.

Wednesday evening Michel
Dejean (of the Choir) and Ray
r mond Dissek gave a stirring.
exhibition of wrestling -
Lutte. Promoter Pierre Gab-
" rie] 1has been notified, of these
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|A953-54 it is hoped that
iUnited Nations Techni-
leAssistance programme
i. able to dispose of a
-t i'f $25m., which is
t .'higher, than the figure
id at in 1952-53, and from
will be financed projects
;4 countries of the world
mbat illiteracy, reduce
Ase, and improve stand-
-o'.f .living. That budget
enable schemes which
e in ,operation last year to
wntinued, but it is unlike-
at it will; permit the de-
lment of any fresh pro-
^ d-, even so, the amount
1.ecan be allocated to
Sunder-developed coun-
..appears to be pitifully
u iuiate for the problems
"flhave to face.. Yet the
!nce which this pro-
e promises to exert is
dall proportion to the
O"..at its disposal, and
tactical results so far
eed in one of the coun-
receiving technical as-
gne can be vouched for
i personal. experience.

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pr republic with as many
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Haiti Tackles Ignorance and Disease
The author of this article served with the U.N. mission iin Haiti

-problems as any country in
the programme. It was at one
time the richest ott the French
C-olonies, but since it won its
independence 150 years ago
its population has grolwri rap
idly, its forests have been cut
back, and the country now suf
fers badly from erosion. Lit-
tle more than one-third of this
once fertile ,land of the moun
tains> is' now 'believed to be
-cultivable. .Most Haitian pea-
sants live in conditions of
poverty and t'any suffer
from diseases which 'either
weaken or completely incapa-
citate them.

.Soil erosion, over-popu'la-
tion, conditions of poverty
,and ill-health form a vicious
circle against which remedial
measures alone will be of lit-
tle avail unless they are ex-
plained and" supported by a
programme of fundamental
education, and it is estimat-
ed that over 90 per cent. of
the popifl'ation are illiterate.

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at it... Get that feeling
eightt and traction -
hd power. Here's a trac-
hat will meet more of
fqeds more of the time
ItSy.other tractor you
'.S No other tractor
duced has better
acteristic (lugging
it will pull yov,
the toughest soil
slowing or stalling.
eep on going where
trs quit.

Come hI and ask for a demonstration;


The Government-s request
for aid under the expanded
programme of Technical As-
sist nce was made in 1950. It
was apparent that the coun-
try's chief problems lay in
the fields of health, agricul-
ture, and education, and it has
been with the cooperation of
Unicef, WHO, -FAO, and'
Unesco that Technical Assist:
ance has made its 'greatest
effort. *
ReafforestaLon, MLie pre-
servation of grain in storage,
and the introduction of fish
farming are the matters t'
which the FAO experts have
given most attention. Yet,
well as t ese measures pro-
mise, the peasant's ability to
benefit from them depends
primarily on his own capacity
for work, 'and this has been
seriously diminished by such
diseases as malaria and. yaws.
Both of these are prevalent
in-Haiti and it has been es-
timated that well over half
the rural population was suf-
fering from yaws in 1948.
The Haitian Government latin
ched a campaign in 1950 with
the help of experts redruited
by WHO and supplies tf peni-
ci-lin and laboratory equip-
ment from Unicef which had
t r u I y remarkable results.
Each month some 35,000 -
50,000 people have been treat
ed for yaws and cured. It is
estimated that the country's
national production has bene-
fited by some 5,000,000 dol
lars a year for every 100,000
people who -have been able to
return to normal work. After
yaws, malaria is the most im-
portant threat to the health
of the Haitian peasant and
aid is now being provided un-
der the Technical Assistance
programme to help in the
planning and conduct of a
programnme of mosquito con-

But the moral and '---'
rehabilitation of the peasant
demand's more than physical
wellbeing and a revival-of his
agriculture. The Government
is now sponsoring the devel-
opment of cottage industries
and here again the special-
ized knowledge and equip-
ment necessary to their devel-
opment has been obtained
through the finds, of Technli-
,:.\ Asr.i.stance. In this case

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three experts have 'been re-
cruited by I.L.O.-to promote
work in pottery, leather and
fibres. It would be wrong-to
over-emphasize the economic
contribution which can be
made by these petites indus-
tries. They have above all a
social significance, and in ru-
ral areas where'community
life is little developed they
have led to a greatly increas-
ed number and variety of eon
tacts between individuals,
which in their turn have
been found to serve as a yalu
able basis for the programme
of adult 'education.-


'This is perhaps the Gov-
ernmept's biggest problem,,
for the success of all other
measures depends ultimately
on the understanding and co-
operation of the peasant. iHe
wants to' know, and if pos-
sible to' see, the advantages
of reafforestation before he
is willing to forgo the, use of
any. land for this purpose. He
has to be convicted that
maize crops which are'thin-
ned out will provide- a bigger
and better quality yield than
those sown .thickly together.'

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indispensable condition :ii"
gress elsewhere.. .. .
The number of- literacy.
ses organized by -the.'Mi
tries of Education and -IAs.-
has, been increased ra'piddi'
the last, two years, and f-'I
is little difficulty in recru
ing teachers when fundai
available to pay themni.- i
is,, however, -a shortage ofitl!
n-materials for education i).
these classes books,ti
blackboards, and .desk'
of these can be improves
others can be obtaiiedkf
Abroad, but the texts LU.
strips,. and posters
be produced in Haitiyi,.
tians. ..

The Haitian Go:deV
requested assistance'
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this kind which could beA1
in a programme of fun'.
tal education in .thee.:ad
eracy classess and.
means of prodiuciung
quantity but cheaply .El
recruited by Unesco foz"
vice under the techhi
sistaace programme'ha'i
gested various mekhod
duction *uIp to-3,00 i
of a text prepared on.tiB;'
rityper have been rewibdU
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In this sense.education.is fi Continued on 'Pe.g.:

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Let the Insurance Company dn the worrying.
See immediately: .NORWICH UNION, Isurance Co,:.,
Joseph Nodal una Co. Agent. Tel: 3486
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Distribdwrs General Trading Co., S.A.

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Road)> Movie In Its Second and Prodama

Of Shooting In The Capil assoces
Continued from Page I make each

@ .c asked to stream and b-- riis family and the people reaustc. ,
Atn:lay'siege. One of the of the village would have aspects of !
rp' problems in nhovie mak- .teen glad to welcome him picture will
j *'obir Capital, warmly, but they instantly a (Locumenti
iHe movie sorsr .written by sense his dislike of the ways An intere
&l s-liand entitled , l'is-iodt 't'wo ways of phere of the village. He greets cal backgro
Sd..tihe road which goes his family coldly, he does no. will be enti
71y hem that road. join in, the traditional veille, cay Haitin
&d s froth the farm- he brushes off the timid sym. the old folk'
i miuntairns to the',pathy of the girl. After the songs will
:Athe' .:ea, ,Port .au funeral he asks' the head of most sophisi
et. showa the mental the-Jocal courobite for thirty ajd all the
:i'ftthe.-country boy men to,core to' his placate the ci(J and
-breeii tra'1splarited.to following day.irn order to har- mingfngdf t
b.And :ho bqks with vest the corn before he sold a d sojph
,L''hp"oldfaqhionel1 the place anc, returned to the should be e
vi'tageL. He. loves city. No .one turns up n.- those
i itsMoies, jiuk ..tead tthe. comrnbite works on. ict the m
ea, n adih .farm'. The girlthe boy in
-. 'b -ng a. big s14t explain e to Belius why 'they
tuai', only a have i&- come. He ..sulks T'hroughoi
euci ces frl..appren- alone. But gradually listeiing scenes in ,
.' ner shop. o.tedrumsand the' vac- rs there
.of course, a rom- cities and. the-singintg 'of the he voce of
eheroine- s bhe.. couiibite,- Athey e signingg os story.
1 .iTTw.hq.in t he eifl aboit. him he'has a cl&inge -
t ''find th.t way of of -heart...a.nd. koes' tojoi in .
Sv'' t.e'one' most ttlork .. A4s .he. works be- .
i-ehim, i sid4'the others he i 'gradual-
"'- s" 'ar i. v" .accepted by' them .ad the
que s.ta-rts high in, ,. ,
S" films ends with the corn'dance
country where a
country where a -that final rejoicing when
iSht'.irl with a basket of. .
o h h the',corn is g there 'afd the '
S4 on her head walks '- .....
work is over. In the .dace' -
onis n ..er ,way to .- -' ....
'- 'i t ec' the boy and' girl fino one an
he in the city -
:.i.:.,r.".... d ,thr and' eliu realizes tnhit.
-aular day she. .. [,,
while 'ty .11fo. has a certain,.
v.uirJ se, ,as. well '..
.(.." r[ .' r t our he -has:o basically( ,
tym'ing. an import- -' -'.' ",' : -
-. /thee a thatt -in the
1 to he' boy. Belus. .. ,. % ." .
-at the canpen-"' 'h isi-.Lstors S C

e wi.. ll filBwthd gr test ful-
e 4f'
,ertoid fnn'd as"the

pea. and
& ete "in the cityn
S.e :axe.. atre -, ple and

Snd' the funeral T e give's .illr oppor- .
e idea of 'sei g t :, .fOr. showing many .
io.rc',aa "eeni ,r,:J..to 'i ts.f.ca both hcoun''.
,Kfor gafderaio,.. arid city. e .ss wel as the ,

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of che roadside
r Lehman and his
are anxious t
scene complete 'j
a record of many
peasant life the
lbe as aither tic
ary film.

sting part of the
will be vhe musi-
unld Which again
rely and authenti-
n. The drums,
loric rhythms and
mingle with the
ticated meringues,
frantic noise of
the roadside. Thv
,he rustic melodies
isticated themes'
specially interest.
scenes which de,
entaA conflict of
trying to decide
vre. .
lit the film in the
whichh Belius ':ap-
is a narrative --
Belius who tells

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why, di& Xuciioneer: How nit Halt Tackles IgioranceMT
do up..fered for iv&ofust oi Ro' Continue .fra P. ..''"
S, bertBun.'. sat"sfa ril y on the Mu c r. fro
e ctr c:. .Well ma-w Man in crov-d. That's not rne and post no
a, uthegood'leather'these Burns. ..It's S eare ave p teproduced of fto
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w]#L 'you, t^ the Bibtlo a sttters, or Airnatrips, rnet tl: reord ie. ra
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WltE "or? f al of wivatu sp o 's Personal hygiene o r tle lins^hme ..o n'Offi t.i, ..
n":' : t' -"ta, aue l U ovation of maize as weUll iistics, lad. e ognrie
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,#now .. .' ; da' ni:t. 1 a'... v. h eeal, w.ber whrether i f tal q ;o
I1eenopera a.ind hosgeoss eseo liay butf IihhI 1

..':M b.de.4'',s. 'aid. an n "t. ad of dying', ed ini maiiy other iLdttia vioe a beeno thl':
Sesings.' "his A training gien or te lias eiipra n caand ,'si -i.
tor.-. ,i o wa t b.e: < x :. been e:, .ab li, for tea-cher
fE c sa&yout wifd ohr wh ^o 1 wo i these 4&AitP -f
dt. e. Y -or wife c e. ,. "you i'j. married?, ; .clla sses,.l a on e b saiurveym has: 7.ca..'.. ..
Ui 'hjave'et imken *t Y; hab tsAmy friends beer niadeof' the rup l s
years. Wby is: teni, i 1t .i- .
a:s"wi-th .;..'.'"- Y .. -xx_ discp isse for it. rapid expan-
r lt lOums boi; and,< reorganization to., -'. 4
-_ h,. os. ed. o. .. .' .bro n s r aore ri e intd a
Moo wrsb p rraft-
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It. I .'i.-I .V, .:. ...,____',"r"o an"e' program e has been ".
;: B d '.e '. t st th : Haitian G :
tP^eCe -p,,edch {R efn etit iri carying. .ot a ONERICE.
EPmESI fNT:MAGLOgRE vast programme o socia! ai df
economic rehabilitation. .The *
u 'n the rowing 'The. inaugiratin of the e"' '
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.e stop +o0ingi. .verda n dfl ad ro' P i.filers As ml, he .,... :.e:.. .....r 4
,v 'Y w .sad at Mah. tiere las Satur- '- ., -

e fond _of waphin to agr fetes attended hIh I.
'. ,ir." "- ." "Pr ire*t ad .,MaglM oiw re and. m -.".. .',,
Y.: h Someties., I official personalities. '.- s sm .
I Vff b t ofear;- o s 'a LEm, ana tia.,Oa n :.,

S. Reporuw-Breaing Price-Cuts Continue! AiR
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SUNDAY, XVLY 5th, 19~3


TLY 5th, 1953 '

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.ks Of Haitian Artist

SPinchinat In Paris
binat, 'one of. mg he, was the leading spirit

"-aiti's most
artists, is cur
iTenitly- having
asn exhibition
.of. his most

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"in Paris.
(e' took place
the.Br'-o, Bas-
& ,howiig will
h Jply 8th.
is on o-6f.the
MHaitiag paint-
id pcholarihips
France nearly
Before leav-
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S.zezAe ,

mom eIjr

.and the first President of the
-Foyer des Arts P'lastique, and
,undoubtedly ,his work in
France will add to .the pres-
tige which the art of Haiti
now enjoys ir, the art world.,
Pinchinat is first .and fore-
most an individualist and has
an highMy intellectual, ap-
proach to art -, and life.

We shall look forward t
accounts of the impression
that his recent work has mad
on the art. critics -of Paris
We are sure that the exhibit
tion will .be, interesting afl
different .


We have learnt with ples
sure that Mrs, Mary Arnou,
*Walker, founder-directress o
the cOrphelinat de 1'Enfan
Tesus> it Petionville has been
pointedd Vice-President ol
the Haitian Red Cross.
Our best wishes to Mrs
Walk6r who has devoted si
many years of her life to thi
relief of the disinherited.

Le nieilleur des pneus g4antsW

,Miler RIB


Le pnen qui vous donneTdes
avantageg inespdr6s sans de-
pense suppl6mentairel
Une march stable et douce ...
moins de risq'ues.' de d6rapage
... u .e carcasse extra-r6sistante
d'une tenue infgal&e .1. en
resum6 le kdlom6trage Ie plus
61evh au prix le, plus bas.

Pans le monde
entier on trans-
porte plus de
tonnage sur
pneus Good-
year que sur
pneus de toute
autre marque.

Weather" poss&ee la fameuse
nt "All Weather" de renom-
li assure line resistance au
traction cxccptionhelles sur
S2Z51-14 F

.e" &" Life"

ie Leading American



Ju%, 2, 1953.
Mr. Bernard Diederich
SEn ville.
Dear Sir,
We take the liberty of writ-
ing to you, to inform you that
we will "son have a society
artistic purpose., the aim. of
which will be to develop dan-


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* Paje ft

n c!g a-rt in Haiti,. in order .
e that the country can offer.the :
s. most possible attractions. '
i- We are a. group! of young
d enthusiastic folks, desirous. to'
promote rhythmic dancing
here. As we know that you
are initiative-minded we are
certain -that you can 'be. odf a
-great help to us. Therefore
we apply to you to kindly re-.
a, quest your ; best cooperation ". .
: in order that such an import- 'cu' SS0
ant vent.re-can meet with
A Never considered-before,
f this idea. is now backed up by .
all people who are interested "
in dancing in Haiti. .
.Awaiti ngwith interest youI
early news in this connection; i e '$ a n i Te s y.
w"e remain, ",
Yours very truly, 9A
For the committee: *
Gerald Thomnas'. C9 t^ a *.

A house inhabited by Mr.J
Perrin was burnt to thel
ground near Fort ,National
Wednesday noon the same$
time as big Rue de'I'Enterre-1
ment fire.

A vry untimely break'
down occurred at the AIll
America Cables) Wednresdayl
morning. It was causedrby thel
breaking of the cable linking
Haiti and New York. .
At last it is reported that
the electric plant has received
the new machinery which will'
overcome the frequent break
downs which deprive ourj
streets of -light.



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.: :Atherton Lee or chatelet
des Fleurs dropped in the
,. other day and when asked
what was new with him phi-
losophized somewhat as fol-
tl,'~l ws:
:n shipping cut-flowers it
is necessary to get the flow-
iers aboard the plane without
: exposure to heat and deliver
them' to tie customers, per-
hape thousands of miles away,
Ti, i n perfect condition with their
f' t.ragrance unaffected, and
tuTgid and unwilted. If they
are delivered in perfect cond'i-
'' :tion thAy are a fine advertise-
ment for Haiti.
E'* You know Pan American ,

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has been doing this for the
past several years; nothing
spectacularr except the. spec-
tacularity of perfection per-
formed with regularity and
repeatedly. I
This eulogy it seems, was
prompted by another friendly
act by Pan American to Haiti
and' the-enfant flower indus-
try; Haiti was given ,a special
air-eargo rate for its flowers.
We are glad. to give dissem-
ination to the views of such
a satisfied customer.

A bronze plaque in honour
of 'Pierre Toussaint, Catholic
Negro layman renowned for
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Is Now Open
On the Site Of The Old St. Francis

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his works of charity, was un-
veiled yesterday on the porZ
tico of Old St. Peter'&-Ohurch,
16 Barclay St.
The former slave, born in
Haiti in 1766, worshipped in
OdM St Peter's Parish for six-
ty-six years prior to his 'eath
100 years ago today.
The Most Rev. Joseph P.
Donague, Auxiliary Bishop
and Vicar General of the New
York Archdiocese, represent-
ed 'Oardinal Francis Spell-
. man in blessing the plaque.
Thp ceremony was attended
by more than twenty priests,
representatives of religious
orders and 300 other per-

The plaque was erected at
the request of the John Boyle
O'Reilly Committee for Inter-
racial Justice, a group of
Irish Americans devoted to
obtaining justice for the Noe-
- Herald Tribune, JuAe 30th

The conference of Dr.
Charles Chevallier on cancer
closed' the the French Institute for the
1952-'53 academic year.



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Yet only 15 pleasant miles, 35 leisuie
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|s Best Supplier and Puirchaser

iU.S.; Trade With Europe Up
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80 kilograms each
ne of the largest on
Since coffee accoumls
e 50 and 60 per-
Iati's total exports,
Tfee crop usually as-
,pei'u.s year. Sisadl,
SAhking export
a, advtrsely affected
year drop in price,
t;a 20 percent de-
duction from the

sugar crop was
id .1953 production
iL.to increase with
lnd,. riding' of a
entity of cane by/a
ux "Cayes. The
pn crop.. "was larger

htitv' of essential
it6d increased, about
F"'despite the price
f a 'number of oiLs
portsJ in. 1950-51
p50 percent great
t 1951,5..-: The pro-
f .fobd crops was
stagnant as evi
e '-laige quantity.
.-i. orted', espe

tal foreign trade

%"s "5 gourdes =
*in"ricease over 1951
400 gourdes. Im-
e year were valu-
00,000 as compar-
,025,000 gourdet
'1 e.dports werae
an all-time re
I-conipared with
tu.'ed .'n 1951.
r-C-gsulttc' in all
rice of 4,336.000
,contract to th:
.idar year \vhen
citingg to 254,
es exceeded inm-
at 220,025A00,'
iis 10. perch'i.
A 1951 is attri
*.'-to expanded i01
tie of which xv'"
ourdes above thai
v;' E rxpr) ts I cr? s-
s 51,000 gourd.
during 1953 ,s
be considerable
the smaller size
.orop and the low
aisal and sugar.
the value of ex-
rib.uted chiefly
unti of a large

tural and Induistrial Credit
were responsible for a large
share of the aid.

New highway construction
coffee crop at the 'beginning was pushed vigorously a],l
of the year, at prices slightly year. The Department of
more favourable than those Public Works performed most
of 1951. Although Haiti con- of the work although three
tinued to enjoy relatively fa- private construction complan
vourable terrs of trac't, par- ies also started projects at
ticularl with regard to the various points in the interior.
price of coffee, a comparison About 200 kilometers of roads
with the preceding year re-'were either paved or asphalt-
veals substantial decreases in topped by the close of the
the prices obtained for cot v\'.ar.
t.c. cbttonseed cake and meal.
Con tru tioIdu ing th

Although the Unitpd States'
share of the total trade has
Shown a sm-all but steady de-
cltne in- the past 5 years, 'it
remained the chief supplier
and ip.urchaser of Haitian im-
porits and. exportI' ii 1952.
Off the -total foreign trade,
323..1(4,000 gourdes, or ap-
Sproximately 61 percent, was
with the United States, awli
Included imports of(.182,667,-
* ... .,-. -' .... ., ,- : .
000'gourd.s' and exports of.
140,497,000 gourdee.
in the fiscal year 1947-48
more than 70 percent of Hai-
ti's total foreign .trade was
v-ith the United States.

Ti-ade with Belgium has in-
creased from 6.5 percent of
the total in the fiscal year
1947-48 to 13.6 percent I o
1952. CanAda and Germany
.'have 'become more important
courees of imports during th-,
past 5 years, arict a larger
share of exports ;s now going
* to lialy and the Netherland's.
than tfor-erly.

Despite the decline, laiti's
baijlncei of tr-i 'a with the Uln
ted States continues to show
an import surplus, imports in
1952 having exceeded exports
hy 42,171,000 goerdes. Hai
tian- ex-ports to Western Eu-
rope in the same period were
cornsiderably larger than im-
p,'rts from that area.

The Haitian Government
was active in sponsoring sev-
eral projects in the country
in 1952. The Five:Year Plan,
the .Artibonite Valley Devel-
opment Programme, and the
Haitian Institute of Agricul-

essential oils, and goatskins.
.The prices paid for import-'
of flour and fish were high-
*.er than in 1951, but these ad-
v'ances were offset by the low-
er cost of cotton textiles, soap
and lard.

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Construction during the
year received impetus from
Government-sponsored hous-
ing projects. Private building
was extensive, but was not
equal to the need. Approxim-
ately 200 new houses were
built in the Port au Prince-
Petionville area and 75 wq e
repaired or altered.


A commercial agreement
between France and HaiLi
was signed in Port au Prince
on July 12, 1952. The agree-
ment, ratified by the Haitian
'Government on September 2,
1952, is of the unconditional
most-favoured-nation Otype and
provides for tariff reductions
,on many French artices en-
tering' Haiti. In return, the
French Government has a-
greed to license the-annual
importation of. 4,000 tons of
Haitian coffee and to author-
ize payment in U. S. dollars.

The agreement includes
the liquidation of the Haitian .
French" financial account ar;s
ing out of the Convention of
1938, which will be achieved
throughh a tax equivalent 1.:,
Sdolla"-s on each 80-kilogram
:-,tck of coffee imported int',
PF.ance This tax wili be co-
,,cted until the totp'l amounts
to 900.000 dollars. The Ha.-
i;an Government, as its share
9,f the burden, will pay into
the Banque de France 50.000
dollars.each year* until the
urn of 300,000 dollars is

Negotiations were begun
D! fecenmer for the signing
of a Treaty of Friendship,
C 'mmerce and Navigation be-
Iwpon the United States and

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"...A case that will go down'
-.in local Police annals, as
in ost iinusua.w> took place
'.during the wee hours of Tues
day morning.
A burglar attempting to
,break into the grocery bazaar
.'of Dr. Romain on the Avenue
Senator King (Chemin des
Dallesj used the aid fashioned
ethod of kindling a. fire on
the window sill and burning
b,.ohle through the wooden
'frae which enables the open
g Of the latch from the out-
iaide:'. Strong iron bars pre-
.vented the burglar from -sue-
Sgeeding in his task.
t".'At7 when the shop. open-;
tfor- business the attempted
4 .rglaTy 'was discovereal. and
startled proprietor found
ii5 the hole in the window a
garke' piece of wrapping pa-
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S.uLch is the title of an ar-
ticle that appeared. in the
Monday, June 20th issue of
iLa Democra:Ie, and running
as follows: it is reported th.it
that catQher Tarzan who won
over Montezuma so bril.iiantm
ly Friday evening is contem-
plating settling down here.
As everybody knows, he
made his residence at the
<,Hotel Bellevue> managed by
Mrs. Louis Sangosse and herc
he is attended in such a par.
ticular way that he states he
can't do without the Ha'tian
cuisine It is even report-'
ed that he would be secretly
betrothed and that, be-
fore long, he will play anda carry> with the charm
ing divorced lady who wishe-
him well. Our best wishes to
the charming couple.
(Ed. Note: Our conirer
has overlooked the fact thac
Tarian is accompanied by his

iO'v.yeav pencid in French the-.
, '.charming wife and. lovely
;4,-f.3fllowing :
-l' o wg 9-year-old daughter.
'' d s- c congratulate you, your -
saar is well closed. up. I I

c.rinnot.do otherwise I am from
rti, Cap. Goodbye and t.hanWi
,The'police are on the trail
S of the burglar who candidly
admitted' defeat in the course
,.of exercising his profession.

t is reported that the Sika
ff .emjical Corporation' will' es-
'~aiblish a branch in Port an
.ice soon.

After jealous husband, Ly-
cius Alcindor living in Trou-
du-Nord had. killed his wife,
he threw her body into a
water\loset- The justice drew
up a report and the police or-
dered the body recovered from
the water closet. %
Police have commenced an
iiitensified search for the mu,1

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The Director of the %Casi-
no International* is rightly
complaining about the beha-
viopr of a man who, provided
with a weapon, gave birth to
disorder one night last week.
The police were obliged to in-
tervene to reestablish order.
The incident is to be re-
gretted, at every point of view
because the Casino is a social
spot where distinguished peo-
,pde only are to be found, and
where quarrels are not to be
settled. We hope that such
an incident will not be repeat
ed editoralized, the "-press) of
the capital this past week.

The new long-desired tele-
phone book has at last made
its appearance. It has a sea
blue cover and a special com-
mercial classification on rose
coloured pages.


Mr. Charles Fernand Pres-
soi, Assistant Director of the
tax office, arrived back in
Port from a diplomatic mis-
sion to Brasil and other Latin
American countries this week.
During his trip he familiariz-
ed himseJf with the manage-
ment of tax institutions.


Camionette Capsizu
Two Killed

Two persons werd
when a carmonett
to Jacmnel capsized
ing the Orangers'.rbiv
,past week. '
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Oldsmobile 88, 1950, 8 cy- -
linders, 'black, 4 door Sedan
in good condition. 47,000
miles. Car may be inspected
at Company's office angle
Rue du Magasin de "Et.at and
Rue lonne Foi from 8 a,.m. to
4 p.m. d.aivy. Bid. nmst be in
sealed envelope and. will be
opened July 14 at 11 a.-m. Any
offer less than 1,000 dollars
will not be considered. Pur-
chase is for cash. Disributors i
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I and turn, sweat and squirm? And yesterday. 'ing--lends beautifully with any r
at work-did you get a good day's work, or decor. And best of all-wthe- cost is
Sdid you swelter and drag yourself around. priingly .inexpensive. But call right ai
Get wonderful relief now with G.E.'s beau- --our supply is limited. Fast iistallatior
' tiful new Room Air Conditioner. .You get no plumbing. "
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Coals the air Ventilates with fred air
Out* mogg ine CIrulsatms air all year-rouat -"
ifitrs out dust, dIt K its the air whire m waut4

S 6.4Apivms you all these exi
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t.INDAY, JULY 5th 1953

l i
today for the-Minister HeuTtelau was re-
[. Canada on vaca- ceived by tde King of Belgium
Dr. and -Mrs. Gler- Thursday.

Ielled young Rudy'
er arrived home
tes yesterday by
Srecently graduat-
lege in. Philadel-

r 'of the Institut
D.and Mrs. Simon
,-lomeward, bound
'for there Siimaer.
S'will travel by air

arges (Tilly) Des-
od yesterday on
ion from 6 weeks
.the States and
commented on
-that New York

ise Dana family of
to,the States Fri

'rViard is in town
vacationn after an
-years. MT. Viard
nited'Nations in

d Laroche of
welcomed, home
'son Adrien and
e in Providence,
iand, Wednesday.
Uc. Maurice ta-
;among the wel-

ff Commerce and
liel Heurteloui are
[om trade confer-
fiu'm abientot."

Student Frantz Jerome is
Havaana bound nest weekend
on a two-nonth vacation. He
expects to improve his Span-

King Henry's Citadelle (8th
wonder of the World) was
conquered this past week by
Mrs. Julia J6sqph, Mrs.
George-Deeb and Mrs. Jean
Laham. The assault was made
on Asses. The distinguished
visitors to Le Cap were quart-
ered 'for two days at Hotel
Mont Joll.

Artist Elzire



and Therese Bouchereau re-
turned home aboard the S.S.
Ancon yesterday.
Chef de protocole Daniel
Theardl underwent a serious
stomach operation Friday
noon, The latest report from
the hospitall frangais says
his condition is improving.
Commergant Georges Naude
is Miami bound .today.

Simone Etienne of
tric company is off
tion in Cuba today.



went to France last Sunday to
join her A.rtist husband Max
who" is currently exhibiting
in' Paris. 'Their son Ti' Yvon'
is stopping in Bois Patate with
his Grandma and Pa Avocat
Jules .Malbranche.
Lucien Manuel arrived back
from a 6-day motor trip to the
Dominican' Republic Thurs-

Noted Haitian psychiatrist
Dr. Louis' Mars is leaving to
lecture in Havana on an invi-
tation of the Cuban govern-
Lt. Max Deetjens future
sports editor of
is due to clipper to Havana
Mexico, San Salvador ana
Guatemala today.

The three Abitbod girls and

friend Michael played a stir-
-1 ring game of croquet at the
Refuge Sunday. Papa Isaac
shot ten feet of film and mo-
ther Molly relaxed.
Daniel Roy, Ina Chatelain

the elec-
to vaca-

Marie Claude Roumain is'
off to Philadelphia today.
Prominent City Lawyer Me
Georges Leger is leaving on
his annual sumpner vacation
in New England today accom
panied by his wife.

Robert Ti Ring is prepar-
ing not to miss hip (plane next
Tuesday. He's to join the
wide blue yonder boy in the
U.S. I .
George Reinbold of Bour-
,don Park flew South to BTe-
nos Aires yesterday to visit
his wife and enjoy winter.
He'll be back in time to catch
our winter.
0'. J. Brandt is New York
bound today.
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Leaving to spend her sum-
mer vacation in Kingston 'this
morning is Mlle Yseult Cra'al.
At the Otto Madsen home
in Mont Joli Wednesday night
Helge '(Tato) Madsen was
honoured with a party on his
becoming a bonified member
of the firm of Madsen and
Company. 25-year-old Helge
is the first member of the
third generation to receive
-.s promotion. ,
Mrs. Electric Company Pol-
ly is flying to the States to-
day with.daughter Cynthia.

Mrs. Charles Fequiere is vis
iting with'daughter Jacque-
line at the Nptre Dame Aca-
demy in New York and son
(.l'aue at tr'. l,,crnester Busi-
ness Institute. Mrs. Fequiere


expected to return home
hen school starts in Setpr pl
mofer. ho
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Hardware merchant Lionel ye
aquin is going to Miami this dE
weekend. is
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Thursday a group of Stu- U
ents of the Haitian Ameri- m
an Institute gathered at the in
ome of Mr. and Mrs. He1 fo
tann CGauthier on the Rue
'apois and farewelled their
teacher Barbara Cassedy who p
eaves today with' her bus-
and for Washington and new
assignment in Burma.
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Isabelle Lavaud of the
'ilhamp de Mars went 'to New
'ork yesterday. .

Mr. and Mrs. Franck Wil-
sor' are back in town.
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Guy Faubert is flying Pan
American to New York this
S--0:- t
Red Cross delegate of the
Societies in Latin America,
Mr. Fred Sigerist, is home-
ward bound today.
July 12th is scheduled to '1
(be the big day in the history I
of the Club Bellevue. A bar-
becue to 'include a < nade> and creole specialities
will open at 10 a.m. and con-
tinue all day. There will be
sports and a prize for the
gent wearing the most ori-
ginal fancy shirt..

Mr. uunannes Herman El-
sever, Director of Caribbean
division of KLM, was intran-
sit in' our Capital this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Wiener
are going to New York this
Sailing today on the Pan -'
ama Line for New York are
Mr. and Mrs. George Hodg-
son. The Hodgsons will be a
guest of Haitian Dr. Andre
Sterlin in Boston during their
North America pleasure trip.
Elizabeth and Francois Va-
don, daughters of the Michi-
Iin man in Haiti went to King
ston Thursday for the sum-
mer vacations-
Tuesday Mile Ghislaine
Scutt celebrated her fete with
her varationine family and
friends in La Bo'ele.

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Page 11

A family reunion is taking' ...a
ace at the Henri Phelps 'E
)me in Turgeau. D. Amndre
helps has returned from 3
ears in Philadelphia for' 15 .
ays vacation. Antoine Phellps
,tack after four years in
ie States and Canada. In the
.S. he learnt all bout cer-
ics and forth pastS months
i Canada he was reporting "
r Radio Canada. .
Elie Joseph returned to
ort on the San Juan clipper .."
Wednesday .
Manager Jenks of the Ho-:.
eifRiviera went to Miatni this .
ee1t? to talk over the build-
ng of 28 more rooms' with 4.
owner Paul .Wesher.

Mrs. Eric Bondel observed t
er fete at home in eau .,:,:
Tuesday. -ll

Dani Allen has returned to "'''
own with a flashy new two-
one Packard. It is reported
ie will become an associate :
)f Anton Kneer. "..,' *.
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Altagrace and young Rene '
Bonaventure arrived in town .
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On the clipper from .ene- :
zuela Thursday were Agono- .-
mists Emile Touissaint and',.
Garvey who have been study- '
ing in South America.. .
'The Harrary family have.
returned to Port.
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Norman Schute clippered in
from Miami Wednesday.
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Wednesday Mae Abraham, -
daughter of Touffic arrived
frdm the States with brothers
Carl and Michel.
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Back on home soil after 7
months studying secretary-:.
ship in Jamaica .is Mime Jae-'
ques Craan, the former Ghys-
laine Wilson. "
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Lawta and Lachini Dadlani
of the Maison Orientale re--
turning to their second home
in Kingston today.

.Sales manager of the Ford
Motors agency here, Mr. Ernst
Liautaud, and his chafrtiag
wife flew to vacation in New
York Fri'ay


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While Pompiers wait For WC
Continued from Page 1 flame-swept St. RoT
ho,-es and went into action, crowds of : One practical-headed chap, off the front door o
Me Sabalat pointed out neat dwelling and st
., tat the biggest danger was cuing household g
to the large twostorey wood- radio, mattress. and
en house directly adjoining amount of clothing c
the burning. edifice and he ed, into the mob, ne
tried, to organize a salvage seen again.
party for the building. Blind All up and down 1
man Eugene Remy, one of the it was the same st
17 occupants of the crowded nitur-'e crashed to t
t.. comingg house, was led. to from second storey
'. safety in his pyjamas. Other and either was brpk,
'inmates also fled the flames fall or spirited, away
but had no time to save their dly hands. When a
S blbelongings. When red-haired caught on fire on 1
'. nurse Alice Gatereau arrived site side of the Rl
from work at the Centre d'Hy- serne&, frantic effort
:'. giene, she found her room ty neighbouring hot
nothing but. blackened tim- intensified. The LGo
bersi Everything she owne-i tan. truck driver M.
.- plus 100 dollars in savings, climbed a ladder an
was burned -to ashes. The quench -the tree flame
gutted house was the proper- his own hand
ty of Felix Soray of the ap- Finally a Public
peal court. Wafer carrier drenc
Luckilby the large house palm tree and the. s
VI" "xt to the Soray building ing area with a finE
was made of concrete but of water. It wasn't
w' oodei sections of the second minutes after the a
.Pt.Cj floor caught fire and again the pom-piers that w
hysteria and confusion reign- finally available fo
edi ... ,. fire fighting.. They
stretching .their hos'
,-.. Yvette Desroches, 'who h dirants on the Gr,
owned the ((boutique) on the three blocks away.
ground floor hastily motioned men, headed by Cap
to friends to save her new re- and Lt. E'lfie, did the
rigerator which was carried controlling the fla
into the street. Meanwhile her once their had the n
young girl workers were hand do so. But the long
S ing out other items for sal- two house 3 :.nd thou
vage. One passed along a dollars worth of
biauit tin containing 960 loss.
S gourdes to a man she thought In commenting on
was. a friendly of the family. action .< Neither he nor the money has gested' that the fir
en seen since. be equipped with a ti
S In the back room on the to give them an op
upp:r floor,' 'Mrs. Jean-Jac- to quench flames in
ques hastily, threw her mov- water-scarce neighi
able pieces of furniture out. without the tragic
the window into the yard be- their hoses to be'fil
low. When she went down to also would like to
rescue it after'the fire the 50 their work is ad
dollar nest egg she had stash- hampered by the tra
ed away in. her-bureau draw- that prevent their f
er. was missing. ments in the streets.
On the other side of the

: do n't

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S( The

1.=" -: t

me house,
'rs tore
ff a small
tarted, res
goods. A
a sizaio.le
ver to be

the block,
ory. Fur-
he street
en by the
by gree-
palm tree
the oppo-
e des Ca-
s to emp-
mnes were
id Samari-
i tried to
nes with

ched the
e shower
until 35
arrival of
water was
r major
got it by
es to hy-
and' Rue,
The fire-
tain Elie
eir job of
mies well,
means to
wait cost
sands of

the situ-
.tet sug-
ank truck
a crowded'
wait for
led. We
add that
affic jams
ree move-

PRESIDENT OF 25th Anniversary
MERCATOR CORP. HERE Of Petionville Club

Tall distinguished Philip C.
Klein, President of bhe Mert
caitor Corp. of Pennsylvania
was in town this past week
conferring with his distribu-
tor Charl s Fequiere and talk
ing with the leading coffee
people. Mr. Klein who has
been doing business with the
big Latin American Coffee pro-
ducers for many years, made
a survey here of the machin-
ery needs f our He feels the country has made
a great' leap forward since
'his first visit four years ago
and points to the fact that
several years back he used to
sell one boiler a year. It's now
up to 15 a year. His company
specializes in Industrial Pow-
er Plant, Processing Equip-
ment and Agricultural Seed
Cleaning and Treating equip-

New Institute Director

Dr. Ralph H. Brown, pro-
fessor of French at the- Uni-
versity of Connecticut is due
to arrive here July 26th to
take up the job of Director of
the Haitian American Insti-

$10 Welcome In N.Y.

For a 10-dollar fee a Hai-
tian visitor to New York by
plane or train may receive a
special welcome by a French
speaking guide and escort him
and his luggage to lodgings.
The agency is the Haitian
American Tours and Travel
Agency located at 108 West
79 Street, New York.

La Comedie Leaves
xLa Comedie de Paris>> are
leaving this morning on a Hai-
tian Airforce plane put at
their disposal by the Haitian
Government. Chief of the Air-
force Lt. Col. Edouard Roy
will' pilot the plane to Cara-
cas. The theatrical group are
expected to return here in
Fci ruary.

The 177th anniversary of
the Independence of the USA
was the 25th anniversary of
the founding of the Petion-
ville Club. It was put down as
their best fete yet. A full
day and night of entertain-
ment with fireworks, barbe-
cue, sports-including a golf
and tennis tournament or-
chestra fun for members
from under 6 to over 60.

-Television Reflected
By Clouds -
The moment Mr. Marcel
Gentil spots a certain kind. of
cloud he rushes home and
switches on his giant size
RCA .television set, and often
as not sits back and watches a
U. S. television show. Sunday
are particularly good days.
One afternoon he got three
channels and a programme
which lasted half an hour. He
has come to the conclusion
that certain clouds reflect the
'programmes over the hori-

Laboule Conference
In LabouJe Thursday after-
noon in the residence of MAme
la President a meeting of the
ladies organized to assist the
general hospital took place.

U.S. Navy Ships
For Weekend

Two battle.'
American ,Nav''y
chor in the, ha _
day: the USS Ri
commanded, hy C
Jenkens with a.,
of 17 officers add
the P.SS Holder (J|
handed, by CaptaVi
gins with 17 offidl


The < Federation
de Football" is oB
special lottery'.' 4j
with the matches-
asl football team .i
Mexico. The only
be a return ticket
for two persorts, '
penses paid or the
lars equivalent. ...

The delicate C

brings relief over

tonight and toi
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6day Gift, Opens July 19th
, Continued frdm Page.1 .
sinee$s it is a vertisiag,,but you can rest as
inyme'. When ask sured we will never o e.r-look
the Government the:fact that a godd radio sta
p.ro gamin.es on its, tion is ,prilmraTily entertaining,
Mr. Douyon .e- educational and informative .
Scourge,: the GOby- We have tried to get a staff
have program- of able people both for our
i'as- it has pro- nrodi-ictioxi department +nd
W! 'other local sta- &.,- technical department. .
I te, will be just we knoW that we hate engag-
aw" that buys ed ourselves very deeply not
only as far as equipmentt is
&Itiew continued as concerned, but a l&, as to. pro-
'. gramme material and person-
#e to. tinderstahd nel we have faith, how-
ever 'in the haitian public
C then that your and r'riain convinced that if
only purpose is we can satisfy them. we in
to serve as ,an turn will, be successful.
S ', .

advertising me
A -; Not atala, te
iwe' are cer-
A,.udinly *i corn-
nmercial enter- .

!er, we do believe
F way to serve our
Llt' re the pub-
,hat-is why I can
4arantee .tha. our
IE'not be.jammed
1i#l1s so 'that, all
[;P'day long is an-
1-'and announce-
, 'are striving to
..in its place and
ieot is to give to
bd programmes.
l.t hope, that the
Vkations will bc
*id more popular
', by improving
4, their program-
lurage people to
S'local stations
ng in on foreign
,i h, large nurm
nrmore, we shall
attention to the
d education I
station should
oin-munity. To
halll be com-
e will be ad

Q: Sines-yqu mention equip
kent can you give me' any
chnical data?
A: The location of the trans
hitting station has been cho-
en by careful' study of
Edouard Gentil and the 'RCA
technicians. Furthermore, the
,y'pe of our antennas haxe
been carefully selected as
well as the equipment to
insure entire coverage of the
Is-lani, in spite of the moun-
tains and all physical, obsta
caes. As to power,' the sta-
tion is equipped with both
long and short wave and will
broadcast an accumulative
power of about 10.000 watts

,Q: Will it be heard outside
of i-Laiu t
A: Wle are positive that it
will be heard, and clearly,
everywhere in this aiea, in
North and South America and
even in Europe.
Q: Will you have program-
mes late into the night Will
you have popular music or
classic music?
A: Yes,. we shall have pro-
grammes late into the night,
both of classical and popular
music. In additior. wa hall


equipment he has installed is
the latest available and has
been approved by RCA tech-
nicians. There is even a first
class tool shqp, for mainten-
ance and repair work as well
as a small emergency studio
to switch to if something goes
wrong. Mr. Gentil, who has
been a radio bug since he got
out of knee pants, has had his
own ham station f6r years.
But Your Reporter could see
he was really in his element
before the shiny new control
board with its intricate knobs
and gadgets.
Here's to Radio Commerce!

Consul General
From Miami
Saturday Haiti's Consul
General in Miami and Mrs.
Andre Faubert arrived in
town to enjoy the cvaeances
with the family.
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have live programmes several TRA EDY STRIKES THE L.. Et. fiE L'ETAT
times per week, orchestras, HOGARTH FAMILY HAITIEN 'A
artists, and comedians etc., SECOND TIME IN'ONTH ,
drawn from the local public Continued icbom Page 1 THE CONQUEST OF .
and occasionally visiting art- FORTUNE <.
*st. whirling crarnber machine .
used to dry clothes. Before Two regular drawings every .i
Q: Will you ave any spe- his screams brought assist- .month. The main prize of the :
ciar progranmes? dance the machine had crushed. first drawing. s 100,000 gourdes :
A: I believe we. have quite his arrn, p ,tts of the neck 20,000 dollars; there are 2999
a few things in store for you and face. additional p riges.
and; a few surprises. Let's ", .
say that .we shall work very Mrs. IHog-rth r wzho is ex- he ir re e secd
hard, I can assure you not to pelting her fifth chIM din Au. drawf is ourde
disappoint.you, and Mr. PLu- gust, carried o fintthd 'er son 12,00 dollars you 2i d' "
lic, or- ultimate Bose. it a pool.of blood. Rushd tongoffer -s you 01na

the ho tdl; he died A6rtly pnzes. When you buy a t-cti
The station. with its Z3 after from haemorage' of the Loterie de 'Ett
foot antenna, Ls located at t. Y fiens y0o 7Td doing' dateed
the on -the road to'Dam- .high humanitarian scopiras--i.t
a .th o. ..te r d t'a .'" eas PQ,. ,
len. The modern oream-col- Mme kenie Gicrd.a i as~ acqU rg an easy .O
oured building is setin pa- hoe foe iTUN.-Ad
tau gurids wich have been hanma Islands. .'
tran-4fhrmed. iito landscaped _'. ,--'- '
gardens and .lawn. Several. .
hundred yards to the rear of .. -- ...4- ,4$
the' building, the President' r "v
has, installed i. new. Car- 'O ? '
breeding pond .n what was at n C mn
one time .an unproductive C hi kens

An air-conditioned studio .
With quarters fgr the 4gbt / -nig hftu. I-.'-
hiftis being built in a cor- ARE BACK
ner of the property.
S Ae i You can fIiid them TODAY At- "
tour of inspec- AULINCOLN
tion, \ve met E PHIPPS ..:4
engineer Edou-
ard Gentii bus- And in Petionvile at HENRY RIGAUD '
sy dest ic t Daily the List Grows Larger -
safety devices .
(11,000 volts ...... .%. .. .,.7 .. .
Edovard Gentil '
,are something nobody should A.FER VA
get tangled up with.. The 6-ft. '. '.EV ERY..
, i C,.,n ~ ,. '-. 'A, i d ,-U W [ h,

K."-rage.I .16

Blind Boy Passe

1i With Flyi]

Joseph Jacques was the
'proudest child, in St. Trinity's
cathedrall last Monday even-
.. ing when he was handed his
-rimary diploma by Bishop
V.:oegeli. It was the end of a
three year struggle for the
z sightless boy at the St. Viii-
tient's school for handicapped
Ildren. .His books were
.tkanscriibed into braille by
"*i !.e Solange. Ma;sena who
.ta'tbmd Jacques with such
-'6iare that he wound up in the
top ranks of primary exams
Aerits. His excellent aver-
oi 7.4 included the fol-
t.'kwiiig marks :
|Autographiy 8; French Corn
II poiiton 7.50; arithmetic 2
II e highest arithmetic paper
1 t4n"he exam was 4; General
S information 9; Haitian His-
I ry 9.50'; Haitian Geography
.0and reading 9.25.

KJacques plans to continue
ls. education here and latter
. iay.. go to the United, States
.,to study music, with ani eye to
"'entering the field of radio.
Bsides the St. Vincent gra
',. -



,s Primary Exams N Directors: Tourism-
SIPP And Immigration
na Cnlnours

dtuates, giris of The Grace
Merritt Stewart School also
*received diplomas 10 for
'the Brevet class and 11 for
the certificate class. The
school is -run by the Episcopal
Sisters of Margaret.

The Right Reverend C. A.
Voegeli S.J.D. present diplo-
ma to Joseph Jacques, son of
Marceau Jacq.ues of Gonaives
.ce oc ea

Don't waste radio pleasure!
BUY a Philips now!

... Have you got an old radio?
Then you don't get as-much
; pleasure out of radio as yo"u
ought to get!
SC" compare the reception pos-
,' sibilities AND THE TONE
of your old set with those
of a Philips set from the -
sensational. PHILIPS CA.,
i .VALCADE 1952.53 series;
Bux one 'now. so that you
'', \ get. all the.radio enjoyment
^'.';". ,to which you are entitled:

A i l... ,tlk" ras .
% with functions. New
-, "Arboliterabine beau-
V: ficienit suppresson of sideband splosh
:. A: ., .,ill cliiurL proof fur troublefree operation.

*. Philips again
.;,.. bring new tone to radio

Distributor in Haiti 2 ACAO TRADING 00.
jc; ".,- .e.eoeo.AoO 3 ADNGCO

that Mr. Denis Belland.e ,vill
be appointed Director of &he
STEP, Mr. Roger Savain, Di-
rector of the National Tour-
ism Office and Mr. Roiland
Moitas, Director of the Im-
migration Service.


When Le Choeur Michel De-
jean give their new version of
<'Le Message* at the Rex
Theatre at 9 a.m. Thursday
9th, two female voices will be
included i n t he Choeur
for the first time since its
founding. Mile Marcelle St.
Leger and Adehne Guilbaud
are the female section of the

Sailors Mesilhonune Joseph
and Terniihomme were drown-
ed this week when their sail-
ing boat sank in heavy wea-
ther. The third member of
the crew Desile St. Fort was
rescued by Julien Jean.
f ,

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THIE. SEEKS ESCAPE "Thi Besl Quality Cemeni at.
IN SEA S he. Lowest possible cost
After stealing a package of ,
spice from the Croix des Bos-1 Offer their
sales market Friday xitorning
an. unidentified man broke
away from his Captors and -
running at full) speed dived
into the sea. The thief it ap-
pears had forgotten the fact .
he couldn't swim and was
hauled out on the point o
drowning. ,

The aMarche M6derne on
the style of an American,
Super Market has opened on '
the Rue Pavee. Spotlessly$
clean and neat, everything). I 4 :"
from vegetables to groceriesT INBAS OF 42 1D/2 PONLA6
are sold by the pound.. .STANDARD HYDRAULCK Ne 6 P
are sold by the poun OFFICE: MTTC BLDG. 9xPosIfot M
IPort-au-Prince Tel,: 2387, -'"4
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