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THE HAITIA NG L(Z-ISH ANG-ilr-r IIAC~
.. I A 1/% IIf' i. %1. NJLU-IGJI *S iI-PNtER-uIC iNVVZ3-AfcK
OQLU1VE III Port-au-Princee Rtpublique D'LITTI SUNDA1, JCULY 19th, 1.T3
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'RESIDENrTIlL FAMILY -
fi Mogloire pictured r'ut hli.h
n';s Ii' cchi~ iw.'
NATIONAL) NEW DAILY
'-TAKES THE, FIELD
a-Idaiti Sun today extends
coming hand to its new
ouir 'and ,-:olleague, Le
1i,. whose firstt issue was
tled to roU off its presses
bave to admit a few sharp
envy as we watcheil
hIny ntv.1 linot3yp s and
Happy Birthday, Mr. President,
7 Happy Birthday, Mr, President,
Happy Birthday To Yeu
General Magloire looking Chalet Sportif of the Haitian Ra-
rested and vigorous rettirned cing Club at St. Martin And in
tr.u n a refreshing week's vaca- the evening there will be balls,
S ti on in tilhe Pine Forest to ob fireworks and free movies in va-
serve his fete. riout ixit..iRA s of the city to give
It is highlighted by the Grand Continued on Page:16
Oc 1penin ..I t Radio Cu.mmenic, the Pierre Chauvel
bro'adlr:ctin station presented Installed As New
to the Chief Executive two years Director Of Tourism
-go by the Chamber of Cont- M. Pierre Chauyet was instal-
merce. The new station is mak- ledl as the new Director of the
i :," il; debut at noon today at the Office of Tourism Wednesday
'as:'rnes Dessalinps -Theatre be- morning at special ceremonies
fore a distinguished audience, conducted byl Minister Daniel
Sl'r .i.,-iht ILater iGeneral MAgloire will Heurtelou
make a ,-iit to the pakliing The outgoing Director, Mr.
;.v.W prlait "f I is neNs';paper, Le GuI- Dotyon, whor now heads
Val.,'nial.. 'whuse first istne ap- RaJio Commerce, rendered hom-
p'srs today. ,nage to his successor as a man
At five p im. the President will. of competence anid probity with
two pres.ss hmove into the mod.
fice on the Avenue Mario
La.t w'eesk \'e s'.. lli- ovu.-r IO
take a closer look arouu,! .iijt]
f'undl the new I.'ir.rtnt AMi. ,riu.
C 'in t, :,,~'r .... Fr ,'t, ".
ving Tropi.al Storag Prob' m
r Gribn T Local Maie rial
iext time you're out by 1)3:' -re,-,i'e bliis and the'FAO's
i,it would bp worth your plan to find the best way of
.take a peek at the three :coring n-aun in all parts of the
silo-s ,c-nstrut.ctedl there world.
if the Government's pl4n iI:1iii '.. el--c, tII by the Food
iaiti:n :-glit~.i .tir on a ('.)ntinned on Page 1.5
lay the cornerstone of the new
Continued on Page 3
Acute Water Shortage Explained
By Director Hydraulic Service
We have been listening to so
ijnly I'1,11plaints ot the infre-
qLue](t cuppl)y or complete lack
of vter in many parts of the
C'. titl that, \.e decided to, ca-ll
'.11 til'e i'an who ,o.\'. the mo-t
About the whys a]nd wheretores
Cof the situation Joseph Love-.
lane, Diucitor of the Hydraulic
He put the cause of the diffi.
cult in a nutshell. Port au
Prince has been getting bigger
and bigger. But the hydraulic
vystenl ho remained about the
s.ame size Even though the
Free; spring was tapped to pour
an add.litional 500,000 gallons in
io the city daily, it has been a
IlChop nil the bucket to the thirs-
tty demand of the Capital's many
new.- industi ies.
Continued on Pagd 3
Creole Veksion Of
Antigone Acclaimed '
Those of you who weren't at
rhe Rex Theatre Wednesday
might missed a major event in
the history of the Haitian Thea-
tre. Morisseau Leroy used a
master hand in his creole ver-
Contrn;ed on Page 3
Haiti Passed Another Milestone In
Its 'Battle Against Leading Killer
The First Lady of the Repub- Prince Sanatorium;
lie journeyed to the Tuberculo- 31 The third anniversary of
sis Sanatorium Friday morning the creation of the Office of
to attend Mass in the Chapel Tuberculosis Control.
said in observance of a triple Among the distinguished per-
anniversary. sonages present were Dr. Andre
1) The 11th anniversary of the Sam, Undersecretary of Public
founding of the Anti Tuber- Health; Madame Pierre. Liau-
culosis League: traud, wife of the Secretary of
2) The sLxth anniversary of Foreign Relations; Dr. Lucien
the founding of the Port au Conitinued on Page 3
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RONVY CHENET,, -r.'
GRANT RESPONSABLk -i
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FIRE ENGINE CAREENS
FOUR HURT .
A passer-by, a shoe-sbi.'...
Iand two firemen were injue
Thursday 3.50 p.m. when a fi
engine. turning on the. i
Rue swerved to avoid hittina
car and a woman pedesfi,.
'jud careened head-on' into
Fire engine No..o drve.ie
Corp. Hermann Joseph..'
rushing, to Magasin. Elie Jose
on the rue Traversiere to.'
out, a short circuit that hid's4J
a fuse box alight. Shoe-shi'
Soineus Deplay .had 'his Cri,'i...
h ad ci ushed, passpr-by Ren'eolS
Jean received a broken ,leg. a.zgl
i split head. Corp.-Bellony Elia
and Private Bernarde Colage,:::
firemen. were admitted as pa4."I
tients in the military hospital..
with injurit., t t he body ahd.:ll
Sonora Maiancera Again -..|
Yesterday. Port au Prince 'el-'i
cormed back again the world fam ,
otus Sonora Mlantacera orchestra
with featured singer wCelia
Admirers crowded Boowen.:,;.
Pield to greet the popular rem .
bers of the great Latin Ameri-ni
can rhythmic group, now. on
their second visit to the island. ,
Last year July the band scor--V
ed a tremendous success pa.'
every appearance. Localfans of .
the band and they are legion .
Continued on Page 16
To Ville Bonhear
Last week more thousands of .
pilgrims came to Ville Bonheur
in homage to the Holy Virgin...
Queen of Saut d'eau. In proces-
sion behind -la Sainte Miracu-
leuse, the pilgrims, their blue
and white agleam in the sunlight,.
filed through the streets of the
little village and attended solemn .
High Mass in the white church
Continued on. Page 16
ILE NATIONAL)) NE DAILY
. TAKES THE FIELD
.,t, .. 'Contfnued from Page 1
K "'atlermont installed in an of.
-q-':Q'leaining with new filing
eIhnets, steel desks and hard-
avoik'ipg electric fans. The soft-
,Aokeen bespectacled 'gentleman
tT -.bold-hand in tile newspapert
e -'launching his career
'wthi La Phalange in the spring
S1939 ,and serving as head of
!,5 iCatholic journal's 'foreign
$Iestics department ..until 1947
w i4.Ltime out.'f6r a two and a
'.&year stint with- Le Soir. He
was 'due to arrive cbient6t.'
The new'journal will be dis-
ributed for the'first time on the
t-resident's birthday, July 19th.
An eight-page edition will roll
off the press eacn morning at
five a.m. and Sundays it _Vill be
fattened by a 20-page Magazine
Three times .. wec, it will
have a page in English and Span
ish. All these innovations will
VIPs OVER FROM
Some more of Haiti good
good friends returned to the is-
land by PAA last week. Among
them 'was F. X. Fancho, Ran-
kine, leading Jamaican sports-"
goods salesman, who canie here
exactly this time last year .with
the Jamaican goodwill football
Pancho is guest of Fernand
Magloire, brother of the Presi-
dent of the Republic and while
here will finhalise arrangements
for a visit of a Haitian sports
team to Jamaica'i- a few weeks
Oirked, for thl#-Department, of news staff .. consisting of a time. .
ieign .Relations prior to his dozen.reporters, two photogrd- xx
ointmentt as Director of Le phers and a commercial artist, Also along on the same plane
.,.,'the Spanish Gai' a. He will also on Friday was W. K. .Bunny.
.draw the comics tor the new Evans, honorary Haitian'Consul
pas :paruiy aglow magazine section- which Mr. in Jamaica, paying another of
tide .s he ushered, Your. Clermont said would be especial- his regular visits here seems
.ther thrrlfgh the new'"es-. .
"..ent 'thrd"g e ne ly' gal. lie spends more time in his adop-
... !,n d-we re. erently .ted land than in his native one -
lh large No. 6 printing in August the staff- expects
.. ,. .. '. but alwaSys glad to see you here
:..f ,pat, of .ffectionas we to receive a teletp which will Evas is here to attend
,-aTheret,,wis. a ;few proof supply the paper with one of Bunny. Evai s is here to attend
a ,an' electt-ic saw. "and the. major news services. t s
v'f.l kable'- gagdiet" Accoe'dihg to a report, in Le ions.
,Atew ithe'daiy putiig -to Moniteur he.National :is owned
p lf,;,i"t. *::i -*Thrird time visitor i three
alper a joy instead 6Of by, stockholders, with. Mr. Ar- Third time visitor in three
engrn se agoire.holin the great years is 23-year-o'd Trtinidadian
ftre.- The engra^iin sene Magfoire-holeling-the great-
'i re .' we.....-Htr, Major of the University
as..not oi. hand ,when we. est_. umber of shares. .. Jam
.'," .College of the west' Ipties, Jam-
.irispectil.4- but it'" The subscription price will be
.. ..' 'aica. Hiharry, vwh: has learned
r eigh gourdes a month.
to sleak, French better than
most, is here to. study our creole.
,f"Soon he will be completely inclis-
tiiiguishable from any' Hlaitian',
.Which, says he, suits -him fine.
r.mtis eeoftered by par, MARENS
n'"" '"' 'te -occasion' of tl 3rd and 4Th episode, and
r Bautl .E.: gloire. ,'Sund.y .July .26t1x'a 3.30 p.m.
^ (5ATTND U ,E VAATEED
ty jM e,'y i? .-9jt 3.3 p.m,' 1 : '. MAIRT.ENS .' "
~i A 1 "r .AS'O.'-D "'.S '3rd anad thepi ft des and
TO -". '. ..MARI o EN8 .; A COWBOY' FILM .
Aini.FIEg i M .-At 6 and 8.30p.t. .
"-;,.OWBOY NFILM ,' MENACE DANS LA NU. '
SLEB RODEVR. a -,Sunday, July 19th, at 3 .p.m.
^'1i-dgk.` July 20th ata6 p.m. BONIFACE SOMNAMEULE
OMBRE. T .LU MIERE '.At .5, 7 and 9 p.m.
Thi&uesday. July 21stat 6 and 8.15 ,LE GRAND REFRAINl
S.'* '.pl Mond'lay, July 20th and -Tueelda
SLE: RODEU.R *. July 21t at L LInald 8 p in.
C nesday, i'ly-z22nd'at 6 and LE GR,4AND REFRAIN
815 p.m.. Wednesday JuI3 22nd and
r THE CAPTURE Thutsday, -July 23rd at'G and
1u da ..July 23rd at 6 and 8.15 8 p.m.
p.m.. DON"NE-MOI1 TES YEUX
SCANDALE EN PREMIERE Frriday, July 24th, *it 6iand8 p.m.
iV.! PAGE KOENIGSMARK
r Fda9, July 24th at 6 and 8.15 Saturday, July 25th, at 6 and
p.m. 88 p.a-.
LE RODEUR CAROLINE CHERIE
Saturday, July 24th at 6 and 3.15 .- .
Also back. is .Bertram A. Col
lins of British Guiana,' another
University student, who is agair
I -. ~.
spending his summer vacations B.W.I., published' by H.
in *ma secoude patrie..' Evon Blake of King$to.'
He will do some newd;'
Bertram is Special Represelta- fu.i Spotlight' and havi
tive as well of S spotlight, the with pSpotjight, subscri t
leading news magazine of the the island.
SGardner-Denver Paving Break
Gardner-Denver paving breakers have been developed
.the purpose of demolishing ras's concrete more economy
3ly andcmore efficientlyv than' by any other method. I
use compressed air and provide the niost rapid
factory -method for making, general street repairs,. i
removing large areas'of.pavement. .. '
Other industries have' adapted the paving breaker todi
use s and it is now to be found in'industrial plNnts,.i4
i .tract work and in general mining. 'It is. a 'hard hittLn
having slow: heavy blows with a follow- through -:erntir.
ferent from.'th, usual p eumatic tool..', ',.
S. These machines are made in varying weights o.'di
Sconclitions and with various accessory tools to'cover a
Sticilar"'demolition.' or excavation. 'wrk ,.that .may`:
Sui c i : .' '. -, '
? Agent in Haiti SONACO,. General Manager 4
SJacques Marlin '
Address: Place. de 1'Exposition, Paviliion i
SOrient, Tel: 2381, 2697 P.O. Box 397
20hd ,s6IhI ptr Y
I.wim mak ing a t l
". T '. .-
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CURACA0 TZ".::::' CO. Distributors for Mailti
-13 ,, ;:
Ary, JULY 19th, 1953
If it weren't for the industrial
plants, the daily supply of 6 mil-
Ilion gallons of water would
Theoretically provide 40 to 50
z ailons apiece for each resident
the Capital. But the needs
1of industry plus losses from
seepage and just plain human
stageae keep that theoretical
The director explained that'
very water distribution system
;.m the world has had to battle
D.e seepage problem but the
]oss in Port au Prince is much
greater than average. Whenever
..a leak in the pipes is discovered,
it'i ininmmediately repaired. But,
ie addc. it's impossible to renew
he hole systein.
And it aL-o seems well nigh
..impossible to (ory-ince thoui-
sands upon thousands of Port
.au Princians .hat taps are made
.to be turned off when not in
se. Servants from the water-
.carce hills where children trod
es for a calabash of drinking
,water are all prone to take a
special delight in turningg on a
tap and letting the once. precious
ii4uid floV.- f t' h1l,1c s just fl':'
-,he sheer pleasulri ofl wasting
something that they pent so
many years doing without
In other parts of the world,
when conservation appeals fail-
l.ed, officials solved the. wastage
:.probleni by installing meters
iand making people pay for the
.-amount of water flowing from
.'their taps, used or tinused.
At the present time, water is
being provided to various sec-
tors of the city for orly two or
three e hours a day. If you haven't
i'een able to determine the exact
.i e to fill your storage tanks,
alculating Machines /
iATHE NATIONAL CASH
i REGISTER CO.
.I Agent in Haiti:
.IS DECATREL & SONS
P.O. Box 596
ring the Hydraulic Service (that
is, if the telephone marches).
Mr. Lovelace also explained
why our city firemen have been
forced to stand idle for pre-
cious moments after they arrive
on the scene of a fire to get wa-
ter in their hoses. Too often the
I0laze occurs when the water
supply has been cut off and it is
necessary for a special 'Service
des VI'nnes. to turn on the
valves. Even though two 'Ser-
\ ie des Vannes- trucks are .on ,
,luty at the fire station at all
times, complete with experienced
tFrew.i, it norimally takes a ibouth ten
min rutes to fill the empty hoses
.it the scene of the conflagra-
tion. And many times those are
the mniutt-s that '-ount.
11 HAT IS BEING DONE
But the HydiratiiC Service is
nut shrugging it. shoulders with
futility. Its working g on tihe ri-
icitiiOc.' to tIL- bet' t ut t--. -bility.
At pie-sent 1i30.000) dollars worth
of niit'. 20 i- nch ind 16Ii-inch pipes
are on order in- the States. They
. will lie used to rdi.- .ibute 5.,00).
000 gallons of watitr' dciily 'froni
the- DiLquini tunnei which Scisp
has recently enlargel:i.
The exi- ini a Ii aque.iuc t' ii u0
Diqtuinri tu the Bolosse reservoir
cari onl;- Carryi one and a hilf
miliirin gallon- daily. But with
the new pipe stlpp!y th,. Blo-se
Reservoir Xwill lre tC '. ai million
more gallons the Carrefour-l
I-'euilles reservoir will get an
eqi.al I am t.ilnt Ahid a 16-ulch
pipe -tretching froi.' the Carre-
i tiur-i'.leuilii- i.uiii i t>o. Ruelle
Nizon ill Lalie will Il.inig twr,
milui.:.In mir'e cgl1011i- of \vater to
the uppller l)rt of tlhe city.
On [he .v.hole, itLul nii;liln
nm-ioe gallons will be added to
the .six million a]reai.ly gushing
i1 ill' tihr(iuh the Port aul Praice
pipehn'es. Nexw niain lines wil)
he installed for better distriibu
tion AND prompter firefighting.
American tran.srerred selling
complete ioine Ne..'v American
furniture, beds, dressers, mniir-
rors, night tables, S cu ft. refri-'
geradto, electric steve, electric
sewxtntg machine, electric fans,
.1 t10in:. .irapes, linens. pans,
etc Phone 259.5 between 8 a.m.
ani 4 p.m.
Acute Water Shortage Explained
By Director Hydraulic Service
Continued from Page 1
HAITI PASSED ANOTHER
Continued from Page 1
Pierre-Noel, Assistant Director
General of Public Health and
Colonel Louis Roumnain, Direc-
tor of the Haitian Lottery.
After the Mass, which was cele
brated by Rev. Father Ouelette,
Sanatorium Director Louis Roy
lead the group on a tour of in-
cpection of the hospital.
During her visit with the Pa
tients, Macidame Magloire was
serenaded by a chorus of pa-
tients from the children's ward.
A gala reception followed.
'We., cannot overestimate the
work that the gallant ,.nti-T.E.
fiigh ter s are doing in impro-inge
the Health Standard( of Our Re-
puhli,. But it's an uphill job
and e-.eryone should extend
Installed As New
Director Of Tourism
CY.,'t. 11'd Jroin Page 1
a lei-gtl-h exp'Ieriell'e in the cour
teiti :.-tincling rof Haiti'. giow
,ng flow Ot \.isitor. through his
Mir. Cl'hi vet iidl lie tell il
the e-uIrl;, forties that -Haiti's fu-
ture la- in the Truris.-' business.
And noi- lie feel, he has not
been mistaken. HI- said he hoa.l
ill thle confidencene in the woorlh.
'that the -taff ,f the Touri-im
Buliit', I .u ''. iidt give hi]:- all the
iees-.=i 'ir,opertationr In tulfil-
lii ig the Pi i?-. n l-t s i:ill for
..,i'iji ji- i'i ,n '-.l ci tlion to hiuilld
up the infant industry.
The celemton.lly .0 i.und uip ht
,Chez Guy,, where the proprie-
totr offered ha mbpagnle in hon-
.ur of tile inew Diiec-tor.
stage direction and the setting.
were noticeable for their effec-
For the enjoymefit of our nu-
inerous creole-speaking readers,
we are reprinting review from
*Le Nouvelliste. in our next
IN OUR SOCIETY
The cihaufreur of camnionnette
P 5185 should be given a lesson
Mr ('hau, et '-.0 he ha- n:0I"ie ,*i, -. .-
.ed Felix D.ejeai aS the new Man-. IN HAITI
eeir of hi; Aqnce de Tours. "
Creole Version Of "SPLENDID"
Antigone Acclaimed ru
Contain ted ro,,,te Pa r TOPS 'EM ALL
ione.of the Greek plantheon FOR TASTE AND COMFORt
god: 'were replaced effectively .
.vith the family of Haitian Loas The Cigarette Of -Quality For
and the phil,,sophical fatalism n l
l: the Haitian pe.aian, t hlended.l 28 Years
in neatly with 'he Greek atti-/ F
tude th mar. :sa puny in.tru- D h Y u Helh S k
rient indeed in the hands of theh our0HealthSmoke
wa. magnificent in a mo t diffi- I
cult and taxing role. Adrienneo
Dejoie made a poised and lovelyv Distributor in Haiti
Antigone whose creole remon-
strations could be heard in the Joseph Nadal and Co.
last row of the theatre. The /
'. -,. *f*.. *, *^. -<*-^. *,. *.- *.-^."t *.^. *^. *^.- *.-..^,*^,-* >
passengers approaching. u u
9ediately shifted gears" andt
orove off, almost throwing th1
iirst passenger under his wbeei ,
u,..n oenaviour will soon result
in a fataliyl
AL. RENT '
bedroom with bathroom, large.
living-room with or without,
meals. Phone 5076.
n safety and courtesy to public OPPORTUNITY
passengers For English 1- rench steno--'
.While a person was in the act typist. Half time morningg.
f entering his camionette at a Homework permitted. Apply 1
tatiin on the Grand Rue Satur- William Narr, 7, rue des Front: 4
lay noon he saw., several other Forts, Port au Prince. -
S. '- ..
N AV E
A LITTLE A
to Cron that pe-rect moment
when sun and?.sea have worked
@ their- magic. One 'of many ocea
sions for drinking Hennessy.
I Z----4_ : '
Joseph adal and o.Disribors
oseph-Nidal and Go.. Distributors
-.Pare 4 9HAM .---
Sr'atfic maimb., P.,dposed by -t
uy Durosiici too- tr. a la st ingt
Sunday at the .,adio-theatre" i t
ad is now a hir The lively _.. __ _
iambo is the result of an ex- .li
)periience the Ernest L/Lamy arches illiam J. Dolan, Dectr of N Smone Lyus, col- Y
Afra underwent St. Pierre's tday
underwent St. Pierre's dy, the Administruive Service o mltsue at the ,Ecole Republi iuie
y th. Point IV in Haiti, returned to quie t Perou., ilew to the hea
'Rushng up Lle Petionville his-post last S:urdav a after a- Sti te. Wedne lda.. on
...ill to C(abne Chouicoulpe inI
rationing in, Florioa. -.0.- g
Scaonette tht Saturday -:0:- The Argentine football team .F'ro
iht they were stopped by the
Well L:nown ommnnercant Lvfo. T'ango, i, 1chedluled to play two bo.n
shrill whistle of motorcycle cop
,;i l nel Paqtuin, Consul of Costa Rica, matches against Haiti in Sep- Du,
acting cor-joral Derose oReser
S .e clipl)ereid home in -rt July l11th member. sen
'.who demanded how many people
`'were in the camionette. He count
... othe U.S. Mors Melvile Sha-x returned
d 4, 6, 9, 11, ad as oly -:0:- trom visiting he:- .ick mother inI T
.are permitted by law the lqrches-
American writer Victor Perry Oklahoma, 'fuesday. Yor1
tk a quickly explained that they
Si. t bioma s here With hii wife Ind Satur- E land sothi on :-eek T
had to -be at Cabane Choucounemountai ai -:0:-
a one-nith vacation. Clifford 'Bro dt i due homee E
by69.30 to play the National An-
r a chance b don' gve me The Director of the Gade. from hi business trip to Spai, and
lanigue for the arrival of the PrTe-
loupe Bank and Mrs. lev Julien Switzerland. Belgitm, Italy aid tlol
it this pling tiomar arrived'here last Satur- England this week Tu
day for a little cool rmountai ail -:0:-
as follows : honucting Corporal esetheir general replied:
Sale last the Chatelet es leursp.m ion town this week froing Flo-
i;.f you want a chance, ask me
a...-f-ra chance: but don't give me .WORISSEA. LEROIY -FETED. ria was Bob \ichaels, head tay
o' fi ani uette.a ThareGe wordsle l eft his position a the Goods Con -:0:-
Sw'lith .this pulsatng rhythm trol Office off takred a recepto-n hms rod building compny tlip-
.b.e as follows : honour of their e.\ general See-
.0hallf mete o so Cole retaryi. Mr. Morisseau Leroy in ?ar. ant Mrs. m f y Hel ings m-
'o chance ,the cau ofetria Madameian agloffairse aiae enjoying their annual vacaa-n
te o at las1 Saturday it 1. "p.m. ion i Port rene%,ing acquaint- stai
n oa e etonn Mr. Morissau I eroy recently anes nd.attending the theater.the fam .
to.Le)J m0 frappe co'-e a left his position at theoods Con -
b, M- and Mrs. louad Mourra
AIF trol Office to take up a ne hone after a visit to North
t .America F Fuadend his charm-
o a aing weife returned fo y the Painama
,Lin e Saturday .
nN are hoNe after a isiDetroit antih
Mr. and Mrs. Franz Siegel
c'.-lebratel their 291th wed ci-ngi
nm\veisr :,'ry la-t :'ening.
Jean c-i thl.Ite The.,r id back
fromn C,.in di,.ii ihool for the
Max BoltL w.- in town' thiki
li--t week. Purchi.-di 1 j 1eep ('
the oultloo( k t'r thle coffee sea-
:on is go'is
Mgr. Renmy AuT'.r tin with
\lp 't>.lic zeal is prt'sently learn
ing how to drive his new Dodge,
, p)re-eent of the Ainmiy Officers.
The Lahens Mo- wv.ere visit-
t.il 1., the tlork this iptst week.
rlo, the new adiimiion., is doing
SUNDAY, JULY 1Aii,
erbert W. Brewer, son of the
ister of Liberia left Thurs.
to take up his law studies
toward Ulliversty \\' Wash.
un He-I bert has been here
LFr ani d considers it his sec-
:ung industrialii-t Loulou De-
andi engineer Htibert Et-
rt were guests of Dr. Scala1
his Gca) irook ltiim estate dur-
their ireceni t tiip abroad.
m all reports. they had :i trees
I temps Loulou received
ke, a ..ioberman pincher, pre-
t of Mile Nancy Scala this;
'he Mazourkas lent to New
ok on 11.th.
v,,,lyn Scott, Marie Claudet
I Daniel" Fombrun and Ran-
ph Roy went to Kingston
e.ddy3 for the holidays.
tueen of'Shell Mile Lilian De-
is quite recovered after her
nlble in a Renault.
)cleide field Wednesdav atter-
on was the scene of football
oted among the players were
ir tafiators Eddie and Gerard
When the ,Caribbehit Queena'
landed at Bowen Fiel'd Friday]
10th. it disembarked t'o noted
Cuian bu hiiiessmenr Mr. Hector
River. amnd Andres Carillo and
the charming wile of Mr. Clar"
ence B. Mood., President of the,
,Cormpania de IntlioLtrias Mariti.
The two C"uI":lan indlustrialists
after a Short stay in Port visit'
ed Cp Hiitien and .Jeremie it
cOjinpiany of Mr. anl' Mrs Moody..
Mr. Rivero is Pr, sident of the
Cl(b'in Insiir'ance companyny wit5'
whichc h Mr Moody carries poll-
cies. Mr. Carrillo a producer of
u,.i',r. alcohol and tium, is' re'
poi ted to be gikLg technic'i
:s.=itance trI the Jeremie sugai
The distinguishe-.. visitors r'
turned to Havana in bhe CIA
plane piloted by Captain 1 Ml
C'o'i en. Wediiesda',
"H-iin .louir'nal is cam'npaigrili,
again t.1loan sharks. -
Vednesday A II Aein i
Cables* recovered from I 14-d
breakdown caused by a rupt)i
C AL EN iBA
PF ACTIVITIES FOR TTlE CLOaING WE'k k
SUNDAY, JULY lbth
,.O0a.Dn. Ianaug'alit.;n of there Chupelle-deote, at Laboule bk
silent Maiglire. '
11.43 a.,. Inaugt.uration of Radio Comnmerc at the Thetwi
10.0(10 .#1 C. ock fighting at the gnagtuerre de I'Exposiion "
Scout Dance at Lycee des Jeunes Filles
'.00 p.m. Dance Cabane Choucoune to Sonora Matancera-'.
S.30p.m. Natinal Folklore Troupe gi.e show at Thed4
1 erdiur. "-
MONDAY, JULY 20th
..0fii in. Spearjilhting.. boat lean es from Cuino per. .
6.30 p. .ii. Women ic' sting nod Bo.ring
:-00 p.in. Dniii.r dciciing Hotel Dinombala
TUESDAY, JULY 21st.
9.00 .n Spe-a itsli in
,,.o1 1. ,i. D7iina, clot ,cr- at Rio Lec "
\WEDNES IAY, JULY 22nd
f.i 11 j i,. Spea,'rfshelng.
,.w)i p im. Der,-n-ln rtl iCtac g t El Rai,ll crho 'n"
i.il'U 11 It D ir.(- c iontep C' Cos1 o Iiilt'inational .
THURSDAY. JULY 2.3rd
.' iiti a.ii.. pr -r" htith g.
..\.i \.'t,,r uIIi !',,li t,- .ihot at Tth/ t'it Hc ': Verdure
FRIDAY, JULY 24-th
.ii'll n 11 0 .' ;1 )i. ti. g i
.l'/.i 1p in. Dmtinc"r dkin,.ig at El Ranct o .
.500 ip i. Dinitrcr dunc#ig at ibo Lcle
SATURDAY, JULY 25th
9 UI)n (L Span. jfishi g ,
'9.00 i p 1. Dowint t' (iiabaine Chouconne, Casino, I odou Cluf.
i'Bo popilor i tii q(' .st iwre arc opening the's coli;in tog
i'. o'rt i -,'n i nm i thi c.niit /t im of acti itirs to take place dur.
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Y, JULY 19tb, 1953
They Paint Bible Stories
-You Never Heard Before
JOE ALEX MORRIS
-9,gUqy primitive artists of
ivearated their cathedral
Fobspel scenes as they saw
The result Christ as a
in modern finery -
thocked the faithful, then
hem over. Now critics and
's alike applaud these
,y;one morning in 1949 a
ydusky man in a stiffly
white suit and a stiff-
1* straw hat marched se-
ynto the Episcopal cathe-
oi the Haitian capital ofn
z:Prince. He knelt before
i.; and prayed for vision
'.'1. He arose and sang a
LWasking for ,God's help.
rolled up his sleeves,
Climbed a scaffold against
God. In the background there
emerged the rugged mountains
and the modern red and yellow
houses of Haiti with corrugated.
tin roofs and bright shutters
that are tightly closed at night
to keep out evil spirits. At one
side was a dark-skinned man in
a blue business suit with a neat-
ly knotted necktie, standing be-
fore his shop and on the lookout
for customers. On the street
were peasants in bright cottons
and wide straw hats. In the
center, the cross rose tall and
broad, and the figure on it was
beardless and bronze-skinned
v. ith the straight black hair of
Haiti's: aboriginal Arawak In-
dians, but it was also unrtistakab
ly the eternal figure of Christ
c'ving to redeem the sins of man-
t wall behind the altar The precise, graying little man
h paintilag a picture of i\ ho painted this scene with the
ifixion. naivete and sincerity of a child
cloud floating serene- was Philomd Obin, now the dean
s. the pale blue sky of the famous Haitian school of
Sth all-seeing eye do prini'ive art.
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Today there arc nine more
murals and a decorative panel
of angels on the walls of the ca-
thedral, the work of a peasant
farmer, a teacher, a wood turner,
a shipwright and a dock work-
er. The paintings are perhaps
the greatest single tourist attrac
tion in the Wost Indies and
many thousands of visitors now
make the cathedral their first
stop in Haiti. For some of
these visitors and for some Hai-
tians the murals are both a sur-
prise and a shock.
.Surelys,' sputtered a vener-
able Haitian churchwoman when
she first saw Totisshint Au-
guste's version of dusky, stiff-
armed Adam and Eve.accepting
oranges from a serpent with the
read and .torso of a woman -
.surely, God did bieter than that
in the beginning.
.Seems to me,' complained an
other church member as he stu-
died the intricate decorative
symbols inj some of the murals,. '
-that some of these would go
better in a hounfo)t ( voodoo '
trayids of Biblical stories and by
the unsophisticated manner in
which the artist-s tivo woven the
timele..-;, universe; spirit of reli-
gion Julu the life anu background
of their own pcuple.
On either side of his mural, a
former truck driver named Ri-
gaud Benoit and a one-time gar-
dener named Castera Bazile
painted similar panels depicting
the Nativity and the Ascension,
both of which made crystaJ
clear that these Biblical events
occurred in Haiti and that the
participants were as truly Hai-
tians as are the hundreds of
church members who crowd in-
to the cathedral for services each
Friday night and each Punday
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temple) thah in a cathe ., ral. *
Such reactions to the prim-u -
tive paintings were not unusuaJ, Ah'
especially when they were'new, .- .,.*t,.
But many of the early critics ..
have since changed their minds t th ,,,trrnce Compay ,i the .-orr. .
Fi .At first I wtus noriitiedo, one See rTnedPanrly.; .XORWICH .UtVh)ie .suran'ce C
- of the nULns of the Order of Saint ,"rf ?/nn! ,ne Co. a nc, '. T- 34S6
Maorgaret said in reference to
f, .'Wilson Bigaud's nu, and elabo- _________
rate.? mural of the' Marriage at
w Cana, which includes a man! '
1mruoking a cigarette and relaxing
e i1 a red rocking chair. aBut now'
I come every day to look at it T overeign 'Lv
for a little while.. I know now 'possesses .that distinct
that it belongs here.- of flavour which will cl
your allegiance from the first
Most of the Haitians who at-
tend the cathedral and see the,
Bible scenes depicted in fatai-
liar, everyday terms also believe
that Ithe murals belong. And for?
every dissenter among the cour-
ikts and the visiting art experts.
there a e a dozen whio are quick-
1... .,.-. ,,o,11 ri hv ih remarkable
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\\hen the work began and a lit-
tie startled when the first panels
were completed, the Right Re-
verend Charles Alfred Voegeli,
Bishop of Haiti, s-'iC recently. .1
believe the artists themselves
may have been startled, too,
when they first painted Christ
and the saints as .Negrbes. But
now we all know "that they sub-
consciously did the correct thing.
Thats the h(cr t of it all GodK
is here now..
The responsibility for creation
,A the pisicopal cathedral mu.
rals doesn't rest with an
person, but It is safe to say that
they could never have been even
started except for th t uhdr-
Autndirg and courage bf two
Americans who have a kind of
urtconquerable fa'h Ii the br--
dinary peofwle of the ,erb 4e-
pubiic. IBy chance bot of ltem
were brd red i2 Hiti ih i 4L3,
but foi- entirely different rea-
sons. One was Bishop V\o
a native of New Jersey, wilio,.
just been consecrated and ..
c-l to direct the missionary Oe
trict of Haiti with jurisdbi.
in the adjacent Dominicai'r.
o*ubiic. He was young thl
eight and energetic andf
ly bubbling with good-humoua
enthusiasm that ha: stayed
him through a decade of aMd.V.
otns labour in the West lIridses.FA
The other American was TD
\\'itt Peters, who was tiechnpa
ly a school-teacher at the."il
but who didn't have an id
-,vhere to find Hal.: on theW:i
v.hen he was ordered th&i-'i
the wartime United St.,
fice for InterAmericah.i,'Af
Peters had prepared h i..t
teach English in Haiti by iA
ing mcit of his lifd' stui
l-inting in Europe ,and i.
'ork, where he had BAdi;;
one-man art shows and h4ad'ti
e d on the bohemipn atmamo
of dreenawch ViIae. S,
he wahte d to get ino t
of war serving aid Ws i
bureaucrats fifaily sb9w,
into the teacnisig caie*3w. ,; V
Peters was prom t.y
Continiued aon Page *2
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.,Be fust and ear not. Grant. I have been told he re- CALIFORNIAN POET HERB
Let a the ends thou aim'st cently arrived in haiti and if FOR INSPIRATION
2 at be thy. Country's, this is true his penetrating ar.
Od's .an, Truth's. ticles with regard 'to Haiti and Tall slender Sanders Russell
its people are mosc enlighten- of San Francisco, California,
I 1. is in Haiti to enjoy his first
e. .sejour. in a foreign country.
-f."l._"o This man Girant apparently, Poet Russell has been writing
g does. realize his wiiti-g ,' psychological poetry. since leav-
^ tial. Lt'. sheer genius. NWould it i ngcool and has been pub-
be possible to publish his photo listedd in small Lterary maga-
in your interesting paper? He zines throughout lhe U.S. He
SHel certainly must b a young an chose Haiti because he feels the
S. Hotel Tropical, people and their history are the
ChAm de Mars. -to be able to concentrate on
.auch an output of writing. st interesting to be found in
Port au Prince, Haiti. such an output o writing.
July 17, 1953. I am" most interested in see- this hemisphere.
:"A V : f '"J l 1 ,19 3 .._ _.. .
Eitor, the Haiti Sun,
r~todt o .
.ve read with great plea-
tre.tb tticles of Mr. T. G'.
: .hotigh. I have resided
r hofrt' time in 'Haiti it. is
r Xesling to reid such
isfaa ut -- pist whb is Mr.
ing his i;.T:1.o o, meeting the
His; Excellency Secretary of
Sta te of Interior, and Mrs. .Du-
cinse, Jumelle offered a i-eception,
in honour of'His Excellency Pre-
sidlent Paul 'E.,Milg-loire in thqir
St..,Louis de Turge-au residence
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ROBBED AS SHE SLEPT
While taking .. nap in the ,,.
*Union. camion in the course-of .
a trip from Petite Riviere de l'Ar
tibonite, empty bag merchant *
Nasilia Basile lost 2,900 gourdes.
The money which caine from
l.e sale of 21.-i bales of .empty
wheat bags and wrapping paper We offer twin bedrooms chari lag: 1. i.shu in rarQ;
vwas believed stolen from her per tire woods. Ail rooms have pri' : baths, h6t aw.d
gon while she slumbered along watere.
the trail ,
ione ot Ham's iII -
"-ptholarship in fFrunce, is seen above with Bruno Bas-
s a i:painters Segal, Bordeaux, during the exhihtts. ,
-recent p-inthings at the Bi uno Bassano Gallery, rue-de-
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i's Ambassador Of The
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LuIit V'.Lh tihe stylized ecstacy
and supple savagery of his voo.
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-rn *Time. July 13th s'iriiuin-1., Since then, particularly since
'edition Bern 31 ye.,r dgo to a middle- his spectacular appearance at
L. thronbed. late in a clasi Saint- Marc family, Destine Haiti's International Exposition
sh"Ctytown quarter of began running awa.: to sing and in 1949, fellow member-, of Halt-
.Prilnce.:- one hight last dance to voodoo music as a boy tian upper classes have begun
Side the thatched roof of five. His mother punished to look on the wild voodoo
en peristyle, bare feet hirV and told him such things mountain music and dancing as
-across hird-packed dirt. were wdecivilizing.. But he kept a credit rather than a shame to
Weii Negro voices yelp- at it, and as a student in the their country' Stopping to shake
yrincpated chant, to a capitall he joined i group of hse- hands'war'rd with him on the
ellfig.forest god named rious researchers in. Haiti's folk. street, they. have now joined
Then, as the dancers ways. Sent to New York in 1944 the shantytowner" in hailing
and shook and the on a scholarship to learn print- Destin. who retluns to Broad-
'%riboche (binge) roared ing, he packed in his suitcase a way this fall for i .musical show,
iwming, a young, well- dance costume,. the blue smocks -Haiti's .amhassador of the
'itor yqie'ly stripped and..sh1ot plants of Haitian far dancee' -
iis,,,oes and socks, mer. At hnotypers' school in
the ewff of his gabar- Brookl--n, he savs, 'I -found myr.
''audi bounded lightly self setting 'dance steps instead
er.- of the pefisyNle of, copy.- After seeing him Ask For
n' Leoni Destifi6, Hai- dance,. Katherine Duhh-i-nm invit-
am .us dahce.r ,and -'ed 1n1 ti o tour v.iith her trupe.
pher ,'-as ,hack home turning home only long) B r court
years o-, stardom in enough to teach linotyping to a
'" l.ew Hvitians and fulfill .the
i" terms' o his scholai-ship, Des-
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ddmother in flour-sack lancer. In 191.8 he formed his Still Produced by.
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..ength. -When Dels- ---IGH CLASS
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e, Equations were
*and have brought
b'r of inquiries. For
an of our Readers we
:ere Earl Ubell's ar-
:.t Einstein, growing
h;year, now believe.
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the Institute for Advanced Study,
Princeton, New Jersey, Dr. Ein-
stein explained his new formu-
'-las and his reasons for working
25 -years to derive them.
By clinging to the relativity
theory as a guide into the laby-
rinth of reality, the white-haired,
kindly little man once again
steps off on a lonely -oad branch-
ing away from the main highway
science. Almost all his col-
leagues hold the view that rela-
tivity is interesting yes -
g but that the real description of
s the' world must be made in
l t.-m' of sub-atomic particles,
such as prottens, electrons, neu-
I.uf ra.-tivity has of-
ewly refined, and de-
imple eqt.ations as his
ect and forqe kniowrf
ge pampinAet, published
.n University Press as
hew edition' of one of
eins. books "The
f Relativity, con
formulas, an intimation
oblem they pose and
Ffirmatin .that the re
ry could Jead modern
'.t of its present quag
contradictions. In res
l questions submitted a
'ti ..ns arid liIallf-dozen other
,ttrons., This concept has led to
'i-umeriousi dead-ends. But Dr.
Einstein says no the real
world can he described in funda-
mentally simpler terms from
which it may be possible --- by
high-powered mathematics, to be
cure to dedluce the existence
of the billiard-ball-like atomic
Most scientists today
likened to geometry exi
build their geometry by
with complete descrip
triangles and all their
ties. Dr. Einstein wou
start, as Euclid did,
-simple concepts of point, line
and plane and derive the
properties of triangles from
these ideas. That is what Dr.
Einstein has done: derived super-
equations of the universe from
which he hopes it will be pos-
sible to deduce everything else.
But there is a perplexing puz-
Given Dr. Eirn.l ein-a all-enm-
bracing symbolism, :.; V.- c:ii hlie
predict from it all the existence
ot the atom, matter, gravitation,
electricity and a score of other
phenomena as Euclid did in geo-
metry from his simple geometri-
cal assumptions? Sadly, Einstein
admits that to mave any sort o.f
prediction or even to bring hia
brcin-c-iinception of the worl-'I
nito contact with 'he r-'al world,'
ne mud-t lil-.'e his equations.
They are, alas, too difficult e-en
for the master mn1thematician.
Jven the hugL: electronic brains
cannot help, Dr. Einstein said.
They are not advanced enough
and mathematicians dui not
know enough to be: ble to feedl
the equations to the machines
can be Perhaps one da. .
perts who How then does he know that
y starting his equations are the right ones
ptlons of if he cannot solve them and
ir propjer- prove v e-xperiment that they
uld rather correspond to the real world'
with -the His answer is that the equations
are based on the all-pervading
.-.. principle of relativity and are lo
Without deprecating the expe
rimental approach to science, Dr
p Einstein pointed out thai Jame:
CIrk Maxwell, at the end of the
last century, by a purely specu
sans de- lative and logical. tour de force
douce .. was able to show thequivalencE
d6rapage of light rays and radio waves.
Dans le monde
enter on trans-
portd plus de
year que sur
pneud de toute
* ..age O
that an overall solution might -
NATIONAL DAY OF SPA0-?P-
What new and td.ilvy unexpect His Esxcellency Mr. Fernind&$
,d re-ults the solutions. of Dr. C'anthal, Sppnish Ai bassa"or
Einstein's new equations might .,--,'t au Prirce, offered a ll.a.
p'roduc-eL His special theory of t. 1. p.m. reception in the E&m.-
relati\ ity, for example, showed b.;','y at Turgeatt yesterday'._p-;'
that matter was really energy the occasion of the National Da.
in a "different form. a-deduc- of-Spain.- -
trion that led eventually to the CUBAN AMBASSADOR
atom bomb. His general theory .His Excellency A'ibasador of.
produced the start-ling conclu. Cuba, Mr. Francisco de Ar&ce.
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As for the new equations, he
points out mat iat,.e are clues
indicating at least that they are
lot wrong at the outset. They
contain the equations of gravita-
ion deduced in 1926 under a
general theory of relativity. Fur-
thermore, an approximate solu-
,ion of the equations contains .
dhe equations of electricity. and
magnetism deduced in Dr. Ein-
stein's 1905 special theory of re-
lativity. \What this approxima-
tion does not show is the inter-
dependence of gravitation, mat-
ter, electricity and magnetism
Dr. Einsiein con.rrared his prei-'..
ent poSition to that of a paleo- .
ologist "who has been given two i,'-.
:,one. of a prehistoric animal and-. .
then asked to construct the co=;in,-
plete animal from the shape of
the bones. Until ie whole aniVK.
rial is found, the scientist real...'
Iy does not know if his deduct
tions jire correct, neither does':-?
Dr. Einsteuin know whether the"iT
mathematical world dinosaurs ,"|
lie created. is. right until 1*.,_-
.-quations- are solved. .
.Who knows," 'ie added; ..,
may not even be holding thp.4
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anything of niy wife's where- kne
It''a girl-* said the nurse. about?
:ygirl- Thalnk goodness',, said 'Mandy: Well, ah ain't sho, but I
ae'taggard new father. .She'll I believe I put 'em in de wash. now
gexe'thave to go through what xxx him
xxx Father-in-law: suppose you that
know ,nat when 1 die my daugh his
nian went :t4, an insurance ter will inherit $50,000? 'Well,
to apply for life insurance, why don't you say something? O
P-insurance agent inquired, Husband: Drop dead. wif(
you drive a car?> xxx
;4."' r e a l Nurse: Bobby, did you know ing
t-N- repliEd the. applicant. '
o fly? you have a little brother for
*'' Christmas? C
.y,,, said-'th ngent curtly, -Bobby: Gee whiz, no. Wait
nowe no longe-r insure pedes- until I' tell mother. Will 'she be-
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Ches am is. This i the first of a series o, hands-across-the
oceahf columns. It will enable you to keep in touch with the ac-
tivities of Haitians who have gone abroad. Its format will be
strictly informal, and themed'to be strictly chatty and intimate.
MAIAAIlE THERESE DESJOIS, of Cap H-itien, travelling
; through the courtesy of the Haitian Government and a United
Nations Bursary is in Canada to study new import and export
methods After thlei weeks in the capitol city, Ottawa, Miss Des-
Suis is in Montreal Asked the usual question ,How do you
like Cantla. A Miss Desjois answered' .Je trouve que cest un pays
trees bien organism..
,t Yctu can imagine her delight at discovering that Yolande
Chenet,,daughter of Sun Life's Roriy Chenet was living on the
S -: same floor at the Y.W.C.A. residence. .The girls got together for
S a gab session and caught up on all the news Marine Therese
intends to look u.p lMle. Julictte Boisvert, who spent 3 months in
V Haiti last year. Arter the.trip to Quebec-City Marie Therese will
Sn.turn to Ottu a til October, and then back home with her new-
lv acquired kno~ ledge.
7" Yolande is anxiously awaiting news from her brother Dr.
P ,. l Chenet who is at present in New York City. She will jdin'
.'" : ul and hlis wile Ariane for a few months before she returns
nI Pe.,i central P'ri' is .tinme. e Arianeo, ad Yolanae have' never ,met before, and Yoiahde
s ford gay, bu in .'h ihas pressed cosidprably with her Englislh promises to
visitors froam.Lain t'ach -the lainguage to French speaking Ariane .
Sa r. Li l.'y.Torossi, co-worierof Pa ulette Goldenberg when she-
-.-. -I .
',as ,in,'Montre!, really alppreeiatbd 'the. lovely Haitian bag that
Y.O R Pau'lette s4nt her'via3yol4i-'fruyL ..
M.RS. FENANDB".PER RT~ "~~ister of Mirs. lfaiyot Gol3en-
berg was- also thrile .to receive.the gifts which her antly sent
tIt.n thtrt". 4irect -
p 'e.thahea'n d t -her.:- I cdi nut nanid doer the ,laitian Rum until I'had exacted
^, PAA offers by a promise from her.; that we .must drink a toast, to Hati when.
c horce of routes, she opens it.,. That .maxrbe a long:while for &Aurit Fat.t,'; as sheI
ervices...both First is endearingly called .by' friends, intends to. keep it for those
* ( st. Chbose your COLD-D-D--D Canadian winter days.
PAA flights tire
id AA LESLIE"CHE- ET, who is a full-fledged Accountant no,)\
.a leisurely dinner, hopes to take a vacatuicn in August and visit his folks. I like to
ow and a Full eve- thinly th. ,my extraagant praises, of the country have ,made
ln. him suffticiiently homesick to returri. Leslie.has always claimed
before that he was too busy.
I nree Haitians studying at the Institute AgriIcole tn Oka
,ate Clipper' senr- (Luec, arc CARL '.ITUSTE. fHORACE VOLCY, andl KITCHENER
7'ther U.S. airline, THIFAULT.
the super- luxu'rv
t it Special.' tlile R. .IULE THEBAUD, one of the most prominent Haitians
econornic.. ,'Iam- here reports 1hat his family is doing very well, particularly in
iodripce.'Take ad- their studies. His eldest son, SASHA, 19 years old, has success.
o'er privileges al-
ee many cities for fully completed a course ir. Philosophy at Stanislaus College, and-
is going to take up Architecture next Eighteen year old
j CAI A ETHEL is specializing in Home Economics at the Institute
nviair-type Clipper* Familiale, while GILDA, 16, and MARISSA, 15, are both taking
wa to.'Nge.y. courses that will lead to their M.A. Degrees at St. Laurent Con-
th way to New York Vent. b s
EIVto Miami where other
deonvenien onn DR. IGAUD CONGE, and his charming bride Hugette, still
surrounded by that happy honeymoon glow After.all, they
were, married only a month ago.
His Excellence Minister of
Colombia and his i ife Dona Leo-
nora Esguerra .de Bonilla will
offer a reception in their Bour-
don residence tomorrow, July
20th, anniversary date of the In-
dependence of Colombia.
DEIt-ARTL.RE OF .-,ERICAN
Colonel Valentine Roy Smith,
Military Attache at the Ameri-
can Embassy, will leave Haiti by
the end of this month The posi-
tion he was filling here was re-
,n sale at: Bichara lzifery, Au Lincoln, .Bazar de la
Post,:. Bazar Natidnal,-.Georfes (Coles, Mai'son Simon
'leuxs; ,n1me Joseph Magin,. Bazar Edmond- Phipps .
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",i? Unsti on- 4Nchfigtal waterways could proffer returns
since Administratioh las from new industries notably
.ted itf i 483 II 4-gej ood production fibreboard
n report results of numer- and- pulp hid paper-for which
s' lth anid development pro- vast markets exist domestically
,ts' anid out in Latin Ame- as well as abroad.
r a and other world areas, and The spectacular'results ob-
eiicts that the nations con- tainted by the World Health Or-
sernd Dwill reap high returns ganization through use of peni-
*.':n development of unused na- cillin in the fight against yaws
.A]irbsources. If yaws was reflected particu-
.:' larly in Haiti and Thailand, the
report, supplemented by
tsepicting the ptogram-
1,niio6, states t id -
Pregamffie fitTeaged ifti
|1 ii i tl.es. Tchhi-'
Rif huce tot 'iraill's luIn-
fstry, Im SUvador's ii*-
ilf, '..aiti's yaws
t pbf .mAlghn and other,
"tecrid in the report.
'ughout the report e p.h--
&ed uon th& close tn-
atship bf iJrndii an
ir& diseases to -sisal- ahi
LoWdi k .tdtlOiid btf the iess
An importantt aspect of. the
'Ns bulation programmes is
disclosure of tremendous,
UitiluKed-natural resources im-
S1 future wealth, and pro-
grf or native gpopnlitions, .As
nidern' science releases these
serves to the world market.
'Mr eamiple,, thie report; states,
e Aman jungle ,conutins a
$i'Ki .th.f, .usable timbertf stag-.
t ':Proportions3 and of near-
.S:fter- extensive exploration,
ji|g experts, have assured the
.riian government that mod-
:& methods and efficient, use ofV
Amazon basip' system of
Through injections wlich cost
approximately 15 11 15 cents a
piece, numerous patients were
helped to health.
Inz its summation the report
,notes the evidence of a growth
of a preciation by various gov-
erinments of advantages inherent
to themai int the advice of .techni-
cih a ;Applied by the UN, and
,the increasingly lai ge contribu-
tion frrni less developed re-
gIons themselves, of experts of,
fer.ig s ls pecliari to their na-
tive culture. One example cited
was a -Haitian coffee specialist
sent to Ethiopia to aid that coun
try in its coffee raising pro-
The .delicate Choc9late
brings relief overnight. So
tonight and tomorrow
you'll be all right.
THEY PAINT BIBLE STORIES
O9 NEVER HEARD BE FORE
C. Continued frbm Page 5
by Haiti, but he was also appal- and talked
led by the fact that there was ment into
almost no form of -tistic express month rer
sion on the part of the people mansion '
except in connection with voo- headqfiart
doo. In the summer of 1943 he the Centri
began talking to anybody who with the
would listen about starting an temporary'
art center in Port au Prince. Porl au P
Several prominent local resi- weren't m
dents supported his idea and, siasm of t
curiously enough, in September fishing. TI
he persuaded Washington to ap- the center
prove the project. He quit teach $500 before
ing school, bought a bicycle and the Haitia
started roaming the countryside
on the lookout for artists.
Actually, he didn't find any.
At that time,.he had no interest
in primitive painters those
artists who are not only untu-
dred but perhaps have never
et'en seen a formal painting -
ahd he found little in the Port-
b-Prince area except pfle inil-
tations of European art. He formrh
e' a little group, nevertheless,
to put up
d the Ha~idan Govern.-
paying sixty dollars a
it on -um old deserted
where they established
ers. In May of 1944
e d'Art was opened
first exhibition of con-
y painting ever held in
'rince. The paintings
nuch, but the enthu-
he peopi was aston-
hoi-sands crowded into
* and sales mounted to
re dusk. As a result,
n Government agreed
$200 a month to run
r. The -United States
artment contributed a
ount for several years,
h the Haitian payment
ised to over $400.
nued nex.l Edition
AND AoSE b'mhvIAULT
CloUdy reports have drifted up
d'Hainault on the so0l
insula stating that.j
ers and ecromancers-.i
involved in strange hA
which have resulted u
rest along with the n
peasants ,en musse. :
The police 'have .cd2
an intensified inquiry;
irdni Dame-Wlarie End Anse Humnann '9.*22 2
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INCLUDES AT NO EXTRACT
5-year service on soled.orrdt
niasm and one-year service.o
other p6ris as provided in V
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and and uand squm? And yeatrday ingj leads beautifully with any.,
oat wol you gt& good day's wo$k, or deeor. And best of all-the, cost 3L
'did '.u at d around prisingly inexpensive. But call right,'-
a~ [eiswoMe. qi beau-. -our supply is limited. Fast installwa
LW [It sgewat T no plumbing..
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IDAY, JULY 19th, 1953
Khouri and Mr.
P" 'exchanged the
..'matrimony in the
Hi'itrofi of hooAdt'r
e- est man -was
iArti, brother of
oom. after the ce-
ption was offered
e Gebara reAidence
\ Smith, business
Scisp, is :returning
U.S. today'. on home
I Sith is sailing on
Line with his wife
ers Arlene and Gale.
tbe a loss to the local
IVtlerio Canez are back
il after a 5-week visit
i ca.n ri
arie Pief-re' of -ilit'i ex-
ihe vows, of holy maLri-
th her fellow countr-y-
i.ntoine Jabon in St.
.iurch of Brooklyn Sat-
ine 25th. Matron of hon
rs. Radlif Peters; best
s9']r. Paul Fortune. Fol-
e ceremony a recep
d'ed by prominent Hai-
Rirectors and head clerks
National Bank offered a
i ini honour of the de
chief of the control de
ff,' Mr. Alex MacDonair
''wife Thursday after
i'he farewell party \v'a-
the bank's c-ifeteria.
Anne-Marie Lamy, (laugl
Fr and Mrs. Justin Lamy
w-Oi promise li1 honour .and ob01)
Mr. IIticot Perriault, .on of Mr.
and Mrs. Franck N. Perrault of .
Jeremie in the Notre Dame Ca.
thedral August Ist at 6.30 p.m. (
Mr-. Emnique Jose Aybar and -
ilaughter Marie-Therese were
welcomed by Ainbsisacdor Aybar
Wednesday on their arrival from
Odette Saseine flew to the U.S
Mrs Ulrick ,L'-vivier andJ
daughter Francoisc went to Mex
ico y3eLter.:1.iy to join Mr Duvi-
vier at hi- e.iltural post in Mex-
Mmine Anselino Paulino Alva-
rez, wife of Dominican General
Paulino, Ambassador without
portfolio, is here. at the Hotel
M ijestc,, in Petionyilie for a
Lililane Sejourne flew to Ptaris
Mr. Victor Bijou brother-in-
law of Mrs. Isaac Ahitbol, ar-
rived last Monday (ol vacation.
A welcome cocktail party took
place tn the evening of his arri-
al iat the Abitbol ieisidelce inl
C Gerrd Henning is re-visiting
I Haiti,. her Iamily nl il itriendi- af.
- ter an alb-elnce of '1 ears. GerKd
- -pent three yews here back in
M\r. and Mr. GifOliLn H,..\.ard'il
l:xe ric-turnedtui o PlIa't;iituion lJAii-
l-h .il'.er aln exren iS ve totllu utl
ithe i-.astern united St;ite I an.
C i,,,jia., v.''lei e they Il-ft their
two eldest -ons ii Oiy-.' s- iIl
in :! n ; p -
L. andMrs. Georges Elie Fil=
celebrated their .Sth vEtinig an-
niversary at home Tuesday af-
Maxime Roumain clippered to
exico Friday. of
Mr. Rene Duroclier returned to .Ja
:rt an Prince iy the S.S. Pana-
,, Saturday llth."
Buob Roy, local rhomme d'af- b),
ires i, ha hnilmg for Havana. w
ew York, and Paris on a bust- w
c- cunm pleasure i lip thi.-s week .i
Mr. and Mrs. Georges Naude, "'
daughters Mitta and F'rederique p:
entertained our Miami Conrul hI-
nd Mrs. Andre Faubert, Mr. e(
id Mrs. Miller and American
aet Sanders Russell in their
beautiful hbaciendna, Moroccan g
tyle villa, in Petionville to cock l
ails Monday evening. The Fau- t'
erts home on a month vacation
re winning two fine friends for
laiti. the Millerc of Miami,
'lorida, whose son-in-law is Con ti
res;man of the fourth district.
WVednest'ay e\erilng film pro-
tucer of *The Roitis synipathe
ic Orin Lehman offered a din-
ier party to a core of film 1
group and friends at the Casino a
International. Mr. Lehman re. U
urned to New York this' eek- J
mad with his busiriess manager '
Ur. Elliott. The. 'ilni is .still
At Notre Dame Cathedral yes t
terday morning at 6.30 Mile
Jeanne Xlerte, daughter of Uilr.
:nd Mrs Charles Alerte, walked
down the aisle to become U4rs.
At the Basilique Notre Dame
lI't evening at 6 o'clock Mile
Therese De.dlunes exchainged
\o\'s oI ho1ly IIit'rimonyn with
irl. Leon Detay.
li:' 'iiimoir .t L',.ra]liri i' lxI' k front
x mio.i'lth utly i Elu'ndl'lc'e on
a UN scholarship.
Mr. Clausel Siturdl. the pr.puL
i.ar ,,imare uf L (-',ve clip
pj.red hlorne Tues.la froln thlt
Sailing by the Panama Line
for s-ummer ioy- canip in New
York ore Patrick, Carl Frederi-
lue amnd Michael Madsen. The
boyv will be accoipanmieid by
Mr-;. Fred Madsen of Gonaie-c'.
Tctmous since 4/8,z -
Mile Olga Kernisant, daughter
Mr. Leon Kernisant, is home
omr two years studying in
\Wednesdavy evening a 6 to 8
icktail party: to farewell Am-
assador iant Mrs Mills Irving n(
hi'o aire going home on leave, Il
as-, held at the Britich Embas- fa
in Pacot. They leave today. I
A. Sgt. Robert Willett flew
ve-r to Kingston ldSt week to
ay a visit with the future to
e Wonderful time was report.-i
Sailing today to visit her
grandparents in Paltimore is
Ille Ingrid Lemke an important to
Lt. Ravyiond ]l.ntreuil. Hai-
ion Army Purchasing Officer in i
'ew Nork arrived riom the U.S.
Friday wedding bells are to
ing in the Cap bient6t.,
Mr. and Mrs.- L. A. Pickard,
parents of Mrs. William P. Binks
ire visTting Haiti for the sec-
ind time. Mr. Pickard and Ma-
or Binks flew to the Cap to t
* iew the Ctradelle Thursday.
Theodore Donnir Jr. 6f Haiti
Trading Co. rs on -a business trip
Thursday evening lr. and
Mrs. Robert Deschamps celebrate i
ed their lth wedding anniversary
With cocktails w.th Victor Ay.
lar. and diner with Mr. and
Mr- .ean Claude Leger.
Monday Mr and Mrs. Edouard
Baker of the Au Lincoln return.
el fro'm a visit ;o Havana
TLjionel Fomin un returned Moni
day fror attendliiin a Chemical
coir (ele-ilece iii San Juan.
Helen Coiciu vent to New
Tw ins Da ':.; lI-n i .i i., i
turne' by the Ptdi'iila Line yes-
terday from one ani-i a halt
moithi in New York with then
lierlt. Mr and Mrs. Charles
Adlrien Laroch,' i- expected
back 1rom College in the States
August 1st .with hil- new wife.
Ir indil Mrs. will make their
home in the rap.
Isaac Chremn returned Tuesday
...n two months txtile busi-
Page 1i :
ness in New York. Isaac Dana
his partner is leaving Thursday
for his turn at business in New
York. They are Jereinie Tex-
Mr. Albert Wolff, former busi
ess manager of Scipa and the
istitute of Inter-American Af-
irs returned home to the U.S. -
hursday with wife, daughter
nd son after 8 months of work
David 'Ti Da, Ades finished
is law exams Thursday and
ew to New York on a three-
,eek business tribe.
, -:0:- 1
His Excellency Senor Humber-
o del Pino, Plenipotentiary Min "'
ster of Chile to fhaiti, and his
'ife arrived in Port Tuesday. ,
George Archer is vacationing
n Kenscoff with his up and corn.
ng football team.
Mlle Hilda Williams won a
rip abroad as Ist prize of the-
ottery organized by the *Asso-
iation des Pupiles de St. An. .
Mrs Jacky Deschamps is re-
urning to Ciudad rujillo today
with her sister- Mrs. Paul Verrra-
o spend 15 days ai the Consul-' '
The outstanding Argentii
scientist Dr. Guillei mo Biazozero ,
is expected to ari'ie here July
21st on an invitation of our den-
tal society wi-ch is headed by
dentist Gerald Roumnain. The
Dean of the Dentists' Faculty of I
the University of buenos Aires
is expected to give a series of
lectures here. .
Mr. Koh Chiba, commercial at-
tache at the Japanese Embassy .' Ni
in Mexico, is here at Splendid ,
hotel on business. ...
Haitian women living in
New York have formed an .
association with a view to as-' '
sisting Haiti's needy chil-
The Theophile Godieu house- '
hold welcomed the arrival of
*Senequer the latest addition to
their family. Th. mother and '
son are reported enjoying the
best of health. .
Monday Izra Chalom and wife -,.
are due home from New York :
with the new member. of the -'
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. Page '14
Those charming ladies who
have sacrificed themselves to
the teaching profession are now
flowing into Haiti in large num-
hers on vacation. Four fresh
young demoiselless.. schoolteach
ers from Chicago, Illinois, are at,
the Oloffson on a 10-day vaca-
tion. They are Beulah Dorsey,
Barbara Barber, Cleo Bailey,
Two energetic teachers Caro-
lyn Coons of Campbell, Califor-
nia, and Geraldine Childress of
Huntington Park, California, are
fulfilling life-long visions .
visiting Haiti and liking it. Es
specially the luminous fountain
and friendly people.
High school teachers Lucie
Asadorian and Iva Adkins are
over from Los Angeles figuring
.HELD UP BY BRIGANDS
Paul Barnes, desim~er of tele-
vision sets, Daves Schwartz, a
Florida student, rode to Jacmel
last week in a jeep with school-
teachers Eleanor Robinson and
Virginia Molenrich of Los Atn-
On their r'Ituint they reportetuI
getting stuck in the middle ot a
stream and being inneUlately
surrounded o) 50 persona whou
demanded mouey to push them
out. It appears they had little
cash and lost their shirts, iUght1
tropical arrows and Van Heu-
sens. It was a nuvel experience,
they called it, being held up D,',
brigands in the jungles of Haiti.
6th visit She loves the country
and makes her visits annually.
Her friend Patricia Sanoke of
PAAs Miami office is here on
her first trip and kicking her
self because it's the first trip
she's taken with Pan Americanr
in nine years.
Unow oh sale at ill
Helen McCord is here .at the
El Rancho on her sixth viit.
Of Kansas City, Mrs. McCord is
conLtelpla tiing huyvn-i' land and
settling down here with her hu-,-
Auto broker Barbara Johnson,
a mademoiselle. iull of vitality
,ind living, is here at the El Ran-
cho on her first vacation in
year-. She is planning a return
trip for Mardi Gras and maybe
dance again .at Cabane Chou-
coune with Shibly *sans sou-
A GREAT PROMOTER
Lar,'ge genial Clifford! S Bettin-
-.er, President At Petco Inc. of
Louisville. Kentucky, arrived
with the Mr-. for 3 nights at El
Rincho and stayed 10.
A rima with great orgaiizing
and promotinir ability, he was a
main sponsorr of El Ranchos Fri-
day evening Iarbectie andi mar'h
mAjllov party that c'ontintled to
the wee hour- and will he ire.
HERE WITH CANIAS BOAT
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benton
of South Port, Connecticut, ar-
rived here 'Thurs.avy 9th on
honeymoon. They checked into
the Oloffson hotel -with three
canvas bags which contained sec ITI
tions of a canvas boat room TEM
only for two. You
Mr. Benton* aA.d his lovely enjoy s
blonde wife diTed with Mr. and sonable
Mrs. Jacky Desch. mps Sunday
night at Ki Pi and set off Mon-
day in a jeep for Le Cap and
the Dominican Porublic.' They
left their boat at tne Oloffson.
Sherill Ragsdale. medical tech
nologist of Miami, Florida, is
missing her plane here on her
peated each week because it was
such a *formidable. success. The
wholesale appliance company
president invites Haiti to parti-
cipate in the Kentucky Derby.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilder of
Richfield, Connec-c tut. were here
at the Ibo Lele Satuiday through
Wednesday of .last week. Mr.
Wilder in.real estate business
sees the country like few tour-
ists do. He and Mrs. Wilder go
everywhere and -ee everything.
The SS. NiuEko Dominican': vi.3
tied Poi t Tuesday \'V. th 16) school
teachers of the Nationral Educa-
tion Association of No ith Ame-
I .cr The schoolte: cheiS toured
the city' and mioudti)hins adill i
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has a capacity of 24 litr-es of Think.of its many adany advantages controlled compaj
k, and 17 square feet of trays. and come to see it today : butter.
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And its.priLe is 1:o rea- Inteioit cored with China. Capacity of 17 lbsj
ible. 4 trI,.i-y, and thermostatically 14,2 pints of veget
the evening saw a -
lore show at the Th.es
dure. The teachers
ing the Caribbean .
annual convention .K
0. Ernest Moore,.
tions financial expe
Dowii at the pler.,it
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f'tobne ,-ilo on the last sthge "of complete'
tng TropiCal Storage Pr
tra in Using Local ME
I Continued from Page 1
.,lture' Organization of listed of a concrete
d.,1&atioh:s as the spot ped with corrugai
solve. tropical storage an air space in be
sing cal- .adnc not perature control.
JO' specialist Luther The rammed -e
o Our .Republic las- was used in the c
'e learned that some the second silo,.
%forage losses of Hai- coolness in mind.
Lhsb supply of grain rose fur- the walls,was
`560 per cent. It was the-loamy, top soi
-1see how it would be near DAmien. S&
for farmers and comr- and blocks of di
merchants to save this tencies were set,
4-irain on the nation's posed to the rain
iThe Department of found that a mi
provided lahd and
about supervising the
t' three experimental
iof only contain con
iLeas of direct'aid to
itt also' to home-build-
o uld like to find some
e way to have a cool
Ospite the tropical tem-
Ray's ideas was fo coi-
ibvith double thermal
concrete with a dead
.in between. A set of.
/"pouring the concrete
* s b
ourthl clay and.
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held up best. Sturdy wooden .
forms were set up to serve as F r 50 Years ...The P ple Who i
molds to receive the clay mix- Kno Ai ir:B:
ture which was poured in six Know Air Conditioning Best
inch layers and tapped with a 10 Models For Rooms Of Every Si
.15-pound mallet urnil it was rain
med to approximately one-half its v.. '
original bulk. '
Vertical and horizontal .rods -
were used for reinforcement and F hrom a modest bedroom to a big conference room,'
one inch poultry wire lined ihe there is a right-size Carrier Room Air Condition-
forms to insure bond for the er for the job. When you choose from Carrier's
stucco coating. This rammed wid6 rage of models you never pay too much or
earth silo was ready for its roof get too little The air conditioner is matched' to .
in seven working days. When your exact requirements.
the forms were removed the WALTER BRAUN, Distributor
wall w'as firm enough to allow --.-.---- --- .-" -4.- .-..-..'
the workmen to immediately' '
btart the construction of the con THOSE FAM VS '
oblem_ create roof. ,- ... -
iteria 1 The mah0 alo :,d s made ot /w .:- o
freldL stones with an exterior
te slab and top- stucco finish. Each of the build *
Itel metal: with Ings are now filled with 150 .me- A BA, :..
tween for tern trick tons of corn. -Local scrap
iron wvas used to make doors well You an find Ihem TODAY At '
S. sealed for pLuring the grain' in BAZARDU CHAMPDE MABRS
*arth .principle and taking it out. AU LINCOLN '4
construction of'. Haiti's Corps of Farm 'Exten- ED PHIPPS "
again keeping sion men are encouraging farm-
Suitable clay ers to build duplicates of these I Andin Petionville at HENRY IGAUD. '
found beneath modern but relatively inexpen- Daily the List Grows Larger '
il aloAng .a road' sive storage bin; in various .
lnd was added parts fo. the. county.
offerent col is-e And oany .grain men are ex AFTER EVERY GA
out to b6 e'- 'piected 'to cone to Hlaiti-to see
and sun. ft was, what can.1be done by rising local
xtCure of three' material, ingenuity and know-
onetfourth sand how. .
' i: A
,utilt of scrap iron ,e .. .
p. .Each tier was
y iron rods and ..
ed, it was estimat- O ff.
Ul had nearly three '"'
ies the structural
hose constructed jikr rc
concrete blocks. No To construct the dual tterma -wall cohirete silo. rt was neces-
were needed and sary to design a ,,et. of' molds from local scrap iron to Jorm. the "1.,.
e silo was ready to walls. This photograph shows the molds in place ready to be- .. .si iuS: SIe a Clc Naiona
its roof. It con- rit the construction. of the wa;l orn the floor of the silo.u:. U a GlaceNaionae
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At 10 a.m. the President re-
Happy Birthday, Mr. President, ceived the hundreds of officials,
lawmakers, diplomats, and
"Hajy Birthday To Yua
Happy B rthdayfriendswho came to wish him
Continued from Page the bst returns of the day.
pel. At nine, he inaugurated the best returns of the day.
"" In the afternoon the residents
he people the opportunity 0o the n,.-v school and playground
of La Boule had a big birthday
celebrate the birthday of Lhe in this picturesque mountain
ti. an who is gLlding them on the colxununity which is his part- )arty complete with dan c-g
Sand fireworks. And in the even-
road to a brighter and better fu- time home.
tu'; re. s a thing, the Chief Executive was .-
ure Yesterday the birthday week- Guest of Honour at a gala re
The President's Jour de--Fete end began with a morning Sal- ception given by SeLretary of the
i opened at S o'clock this morning ue o e trim, well-trained Pre- Iterior Ducasse ..umelle and
wi1.vhen he attended a Mass and sidential Guard followed by a his charming wife.
'I DL-uin in the La Boule Cha ,::-.p: in at the Casernes.
a The Haiti Sun .woQuldc like to
,ta Ifl its voice to the chorus ot
SweUl-wishers. HA. ;'1 BIRTH-
.-I '. MR. PRESIDENT, AND
M1.AlY MORE OF THEM.
$1i Thousands Make
v. Annual Pilgrimage
To Ville Bonhour
Contintti fi r-o.lnt PatyI 1
-K ; Minister of Labour Roger Dorsintville is seen, above cutting the
S-ribbon -openihg the new ai--cronditioned Delta Chicago and
'Sothern Airline office in Joseph. adal Buitding on Ruf dau Qa;.
Th remonyn tou place Soarltay n'viiing July 1111h.
) Ao:p O -S w-0 2 .-
'' Philips help you
| -. lost programs
"-- HOW many bifres ..
gramu4doyou lose because
'-em. iy never reach you on your
,. old setl
In. out NOW by listening n your
d' ealet' to a PHILIPS set from the
sensational PHILIPS CAVALCADE
M5, 3 rage4
SPlM1ip sets'r-ag uot only new pm
grams bus also NEW TOME.
. Si ,.,," d., SX4 I .
and. drub. Mfitftrft
i Philips again
bring now tone to radio
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of Oiui 11102,: ..iu~,-it C.armc(l
Atlt'L M Ss tillc pilgl"I S seLt
Out o11 the ioI'I 'A ikLL 10to Sct.it
(.l'eai. Special bl,'hsiligs on tli i
Feci-t L'fl, comne frsumn the wvater-
fall, ru-'hilng spar1 initgly from
the rc.eky cliff tL shCallow ter
raced pools below.
High dignitariess o' State, re-
presenting the Goe'2rminent of
the pepublie, atten'.ied. this reli-
Sonora Malancera Again
Contr ined jroni Page 1 '
- counted themselves lucky to
meet the orchestra face to face,
for the band is in such great de-
mnand for concert, mIJ tit club anL
T.V. engagement.. In Havania,
that they harttly Ie -a've home f')i
They opened at Cabane Chou
-n ..e last night and continue
t.-night. Later in the week--the
Sonora Matancera orchestra will
make a few public appearances
in the City.
The "USS Minrloro, aircraft
,.liriLt the American Navy,
'hopped anchor here yesterday.
She is commanded by CapLt. J.
Froley, Jr., and has a compli-
,nent of 100 officers and 1,000
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