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Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
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Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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The Military of Port au Prince young Lieutenant Arty of the a .
celebrated Army Day and Army Police Department, had fired a We are yet to meet in, person.,.."
Night August 1, in hectic fash- couple of revolver shots in the our Personality of the Week
ion. In the day there yere ban- air behind the orchestra, just But when we heard that Preil- i.
quets and in the evening balls, as his comrades were doing from dent Eisenhower had appointed-.
and all around town the screech- time to time. According to re- with the Senate's approvAl,. a.:.
ing of sirens and the occasional ports, a third shot had misfired, new U.S. Ambassador to Hai tt"3
'crackle of gunfire, as steamed-up and Arty remembered that it we wanted to know just el
officers fired pistols into the was a dangerous thing to have Uncle Sam again a Repkibli: 'i
'ir. a misfired bullet in the cham- can was sending this tinie .
More than 300 officers and en- ber.... He drew his gun again We researched through files ':
listed men, wives and friends from his hip-holster and as he and so forth. After 20 years .
attended a gay fete organized in did so ii went off the bullet Democratic Party rule, the new7
the PoTice Headquarters building entering the right arm of the diplomats in the State Depart-'
on Rue Monseigneur Guilloux, seated Mrs. Deschamps, passed meant seem to have all emerged ,:
hed young Haitian painter, Antonio Joseph, at work not far from the Palais National, through the right breast and from the poUtic desert. We:
d'Art. Joseph leaves thisrmonth for the U. S. to a fete which at 11 p.m. was go- touched the liver, grazed the found, however, that Roy Tasco.
huggenhieim award. [Our series of reprinted articles: ing off with a bangr,.but end- main intestine, then passing Continued on Pagb 1-1
Bible stories you never heard before, ends in this ed abruptly as a stray bullet through burnt, a sear iid the .
struck down and seriously in- right thigh of Mrs. Bobby Jae-
o, j. ured one of thd guests. ger, was Inter retrieved under
To Haiti Deseryes Apology, MRr. and Mrs. Jackh Deschamps her chair.
and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Jaeger Mrs. Deschamps was immedi-
Floridians Tell Ike were invited by police friends ately rushed to hospital where
no opfiial protges't, Dear Mr..Presidint: to come in and enjoy a dish of early Sunday morning Dr.
dso ato to t oa t b pagriot.p Special attention was Charles Chevalier, U. S.-train- ,
ends of Haiti ini s Not lor.g ago your bully boys
yed at cr- in the tmngration Dep ent, accorded to Mrs. Jacky Des- ed specialist, performed a four .
annoyed at a .cer- in the Immiigration Department,
in w ich our.foot- Miami, Florida, held under giard champs, who is in the last stages and one-half hour operation. .
e e ... of pregnancy. The young Mrs. Deschamps,
involved onitS trip and virtually incommunicado a
s lette ~wc~e~ ~,ecqer team fromAt the height of the fe~oivities showing great courage and stam-
is lette's rl4ches e per team from the Republic
the Tashington of Haiti which had routed itself Haiti's Atitude ina ias been fighting for life
f Tuesday, Augst rto Mexico a'ia lorida in the Unjustly Criticied since. All week the state of her
oe st o y. f dngsoe ing and After investigations the condition went up and down.
ale story D. C hope-of doing some shopping and Police Pr
iami D.ailNew," looking around.' .Haiti Sun. is able to announce On Tuesday, she was in high AMBASSADOR DAVIS
SMiamiFla. The Haitians were held first that there is no truth in the re- spirits she told friends she



Washe United States,' port Hotued ol, it being late atChicago Women Police August 1, Army Day. On funeral of .ex-President Dumar-

n .a Expert To Visil Here Thursday her condition worsen- sais Estime, to indulge in"gro'ss:I
aitien, Capitale Touristique Two women police experts ed a little,'1 and .she -suffered malediction,'is attempt to re- :,tI




hey speak of Le mst fascinating monuments the Caribbean during a two-week police officer also hd tobe .e-
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renttoneof voice. the New world while breathing tour by Pan American World dically treated, for. a fevr. A in -cirustances oo no
the ntelientba.y .--aybe.1 born- sioon,,y, 11t aLt 1 'A



he autheric, the the atmosphere of the oldest, Airways.eastudyof police inquiry opened on Friday need cal had taken on all his

onary, the prouder most picturesque part of beauti- Dr. Higgins, director of the under Inspector of the Police respoIsibilities in fac of such
Here was the St. ful, tragic Haiti. Illinois Crime Prevention Bu- Department, Major .Valville. Tes 'tendene ; ata -e-
the buccaneers, the Cap Francais, the roaring buc- reau, is regarded as one of the timony of. those pre~~,t s, ob lii -lo- tpraenet, hem-
of-France's richest caneers called it. Sailing across foremost women in law enforce- corded. Advocate for, te.dse.- fro"P..-Zflvg, employing alL
passion, here the stu- from'the pirate's heaven of Tor- ment. She has lectured on cri- cution wds Lieutenaht-,r'tave mb,,ds in his power. -
.gs of the struggle htga. Cap-Roi, the fantastic -ninology before many organiza- Gaillard. and the defense advo- Port-au-Prince, August 8. r-
and for indepen- King Christophe renamed itmak- tons. cate Lt. Lanore Augustin both of Nrncee of Informatic n Press
y its'calital is:a cen- Continued ut, Page 2 Continued on Page 17 the Police Department. and Propag -.%



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Where the sea-side boulevard sweeps to a curving stop stands
S the new municipal bath-house at Cap Haitien, besides a stretch
of beach already popular with young Capots. Behind are the
S ruins of the fortress, and of the mansion where Napoleon's sis-
ter and General Leclerc lived.


Cap Haitien, Capitale Touristique

Of The Republique
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Continued from Page 1 has changed.
n. g it the capital of his great The new Cap is something to
northern kingdom. Then earth- be seen again by Port-au-Princ-
: quake and fire scratched their iens. In a town where new
initials on the old world city of building had almost, ceased, over
Cap Haitien. For 100 years Le forty new houses have been
Cap remained practically un- built in recent years, and un-
changed -;the happy hunting sightly tenements are coming
ground for antiquarians and down to make way for smart
archeologists peering behind the residences. Others are clearing
yell of time at French colonial up and painting up. Merchants
history, studying the bizarre are removing shutters to install
blends of architecture in porti- gleaming showcases. Even the
i' coes and cemeteries and forts, Capois are amazed qt the trans-
the centennial cathedral, the formation which the clean new-
Justinien hospital, the former ly paved streets make of the ap-
emplacement of the gibbet, the pearance of the city. Where be-
wheel and the block in the fore were narrow, rough, rul-
'square of Dessalines ... Further bish strewn streets under the
a field, the Indian caves of Don- overhanging French balconies
S don, the fabulous palace of Sans- are now smooth, pavemented
SSouci the colossal Citadelle . roads under which flows a sewer
Ri. visitors never came in the system as modt~'n as any in the
Volume which such a capital de- hemisphere.
S. servf". Already l3 i'coured promenade
% y then do the tourist is the :.'i:l? new boulevard ilOng
: "' agents expect the biggest sea- 'h,-. -':ashore. An anachr.jistic
S.. son ever? vWhy do merchants .'t finds itself 600 feet fr .ii ihe
and taxi dri'-:- Lbu.', thems,i sea over which is once I.,nioil
.'.. ves i:ractising english or rather cannon: in its rightful place is a
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Yestling behind the trees and from Carenage Hill overlooking
r he harbour [as well as the Rumba night club] is the attractive,
Tastefully decorated new ,Cap Haitien hotel Mont Joli.
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beach. And all around town is
the hum and buzz of renewed
activity.'
In the town where tourist ac-
commodation was once limited
to little more than a score of
rooms, there are now 2 gleaming
new modern hotels, in addition
to the famed Hostellerie du Roi
Christophe. The attractive Mont
Joli [10 rooms] atop the steep
Carenage Hill, looks over the
town, over the fine harbour,
and from windows in the cool
spacious rooms you can see the
grim outline of La Citadelle La-
ferriere. High over the other
end of the city is the new Hotel
Beck, with nine palatial rooms
and an air of rare continental
,harm. Right in town workers
are putting finishing touches to
a new hotel, owned by Arsene
Magloire. Tourists are guaran-
teed a wonderful vacation in the
Cap, if hotels in Port do not
try to dissuade them from mak-
ing the trip.
They may make the trip by
air construction starts soon on
a large airport corresponding to
Jamaica's Stratocruiser sized
Montego Bay airfield. They may
come by road a highway is
being built east of the Domini-
can Republic and the road south-
west to Gonaives is now under
reconstruction by CIA engineers,
[who in addition have erected a
9,000-ft. concrete wall to protect
the road and the town of Iimbe
from the swirling river]. 'But
chiefly as in pre-war years tour-
ists can come by boat.' A wharf
600 feet long with a leeside suf-
ficient to protect ships from the
groundswell has been construct-
ed on the hrrd material dredg-
ed up from me ocean finer. The


FILMING OF* MO !E'
.THE ROAD' COMPLETED
HERE LAST 'WRELK

Max Glen, Leo Davis and
Harold Mayei ended seven weeks
of 'shooting *The Road- Sunday
ann returned to New York piled
high with souvenirs and the tail
,..d of the film. W/ard from the
'Ilm's producer Orin Lehman in
the Star.t,- praises the first sec-
tion of the film, already develop
ed, as highly satisfactory.
Huiti is hoping for a chance
to view the film with her own
stars Emerante Des Pradlnes,
Jean Marie Durand and back-
ground.


MINISTER OF PANAMA
CALLED BACK
His Excelency Minister of
Panama Mr. Frederico Brid flew
to his country Monday after-
foon on receiving his recall.


20-foot channel could take in
ocean-going vessels. [Lighter
men had protested when the
huge dredges had begun pound-
ing into the harbour three years
ago.]
Whatever way tourists come
Cap Haitien is waiting to offer
more than any other town in the
Republic. There are things here
which the Tourists Bureaux
don't bother to mention the
captivating graciousness and
good welcome of the people of
the Cap. There are attractions


not yet listed, such:
ter, where King ChAi7
his nobility applauded
performance. [The bj
given in 1824 hy PreslN
to the Masonic Bredt
have preserved it inii
cy until now.]
All these things, an
be discovered by each
himself will make C
what nature, history '
enterprise and ingen
conspired to make lhe.
ist 'mecca of the Caribi


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erected by Arsene Magloire. A two storied building, it w~
ten rooms.




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Gardner-Denver paving breakers have been develop
the purpose of demolishing mass concrete more econc
ly and more efficiently than by any other method.
use compressed air and provide the most rapid an
factory method for making general street repairs;1
removing large areas of pavement.
Other industries have adapted the paving breaker.t
uses and it is now to be found in industrial plants$
tract work and in general mining. It is a hard hittid,
having slow, heavy blows with t follow-through entity
ferent from the usual pneumatic tool.
These machines are made in varying weights for
conditions and with various accessory tools to cover'an
ticular demolition or excavation work that mnat
quired.

Agent in Haiti: SONACO. General Manager '
Jacques- Marfin
Address: Place de 1'Exposition, Pavillon
Orient, Tel: 2381, 2697 P.O. Box 397"
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HAITI SUNz


effter From The Publisher


.are eager to extend warm welcome to the newly appoint-
bassador of the U.S. to the Republic of Haiti. Relations
f American nation have always been of great mutual
7nce. Those between Haiti and the U. S. dating back to
. of the struggles for independence from metropolitan
i'ents, and.continuing through recurrent clashes and rap-
nents to the present time, have never been without great
lnce. We confidently expect that our new Ambassador
ntinue the good neighbour tradition which has brought
i~al harmony of the last 20 years.
en Haiti celebrates her 150th Anniversary of Indcpen-
..he. will be the first of 20 Latin American nations to do
'6U. S. was the only New World Republic which had de-
its freedom earlier. Would it not be fitting if our Presi-
reral Magloire, invite our good neighbour, General
'er, to attend the anniversary celebrations of Liberty's
itin American victory?
se1 '. . S.S.


PUSRNESS
r FLING
CARIBBEAN
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of 14 businessmen
..the Pan Amer
n of Tampa,' flen
ast week on a good


their trip by Pan A
ld Airways from P
. the Dominican Re
SJamaica and Cuba,
!on delegates are m
nrment officials to
ie and travel betw
e'coast Florida city
bbean islands.


Eg thq group is Eston N.
S.Swedish consul and
"'businessman.
I .-in the delegation in-
irjank Bartke, H. Wayne
br. J. Brown Farrior,
EGraves, Mr. and Mrs.
Gulp, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
i. and Mrs. Afel J. Lar-
sand Mrs. Nelson Mason,
''Ilrs. Antoanius T. Van
I. & Mrs. Harry Veasey,
.Mrs. Robert Jacobsen,
ohn A. Diaz, Sr., and
of Ybor City and Earl
,ecutive director of the
on.
day afternoon the Tour-
u gave a garden party


in their honour at Le Refuge.
\ The same evening at 6.30 the
Pan American Commission were
guests of the President at a bril-
, re- liant reception held at his. La
ican boule summer house. The visi-
r in tors spent an agreable hour
.will with President Magloire and an
entourage of high state officials.
.me-
uter- EXTRAORDINARY
pub- $60,000 DRAWING
the It is rumoured that the Lo-
ieet- terie is organizing an extraordin-
pro- ary $60,000 drawing for January,
,een the occasion of the celebrations
and of the 150th anniversary of the
Independence of Haiti.


THIEVERY ON
RUELLE MARCEL!N


Yet another theft was suffer-
ed in Ruelle Marcelin, this time
by Mine Polynice. Last week
burglars broke into her house,
stole items including parts of
her .electrical range.

THURSDAY Y'S NOON
ACCIDENT
Mr. Rosemond driving son-in-
law Jean Sassine's auto Thurs-
day noon w'as hit by a:Chevvx'
opposite the Shasa. The blow
was such that the car moved


across the road and hit an old


man.


Dr. Rigaud Conge
Massages Dead Man's
Heart To Life
by Roselly Miller


Montreal, Quebec.- A drama
took place in a hospital in.Drum-
mondville, Quebec which will put
the name of Haitian Doctor Ri-
gaud Conge in the annals of me-
dical history.
Dr. Conge was summoned to
the Surgery Room while he was
lunching. A patient who was
being operated on in the abdom-
inal region had passed away dur
ing the operation. Tests previous
had proved that his heart had
been strong.
Looking over the situation, Dr.
Conge suggested to the Surgeon
in charge, that the chest he open
ed so that he could have a closer
look at the condition of the
heart. At first the Surgeon re-
fused his request, but Dr. Conge
persisted.
The necessary instruments
were not available so the Sur-
geon had to make-shift with
those he had on hand. When
the heart was in view, Dr. Conge
saw that it was in perfect con-
dition.


For about two hours the sur-
geon massaged the patient's
lieart, with a steady, monotonous
beat. After a time his hand
was so numb he could hardly
feel it. All at once the lifeless
heart responded with a beat of
its own. The patient was alive
again.'
It is a wonderful tribute to
the field of medicine, and to Dr.
Rigaud Conge of Haiti that an-
other life was saved.


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eulogised the new director's Marc Nahoum, the dynamic
career and character. Prefect of Port au Prince, cele.
The next speaker was Mr. Ro- brated his birthday yesterday. .


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Denys Bellande
Heads SIPP


On Saturday last after the
Army Day military review a pri-
vate ceremony was held in the
Palace'in the Department of the
Minister to the Presidency, Mr.
Mauclair Zephirin.


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Sto crown that perfect moment when
friends get together. One of many "
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tor, now promoted to the post ,.-:-
of *Introducer of Ambassadors
and Ministers. Mr. Savain also "..0
spoke highly of his old friend
and colleague.

Mr. Bellande replied fittingly
in a eloquent but modest speech,
and in a voice that was not ..
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stalled as the new director gen-
eral of the Bureau of Informa-
tion and Ppopaganda SIPP.
He was promoted from the post
of Director of Immigration where
in his 2 years there he had gear-
ed that service to a remarkably
high degree of efficiency.


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Tt may be our spring-time
fancy, but don't the folks of the
Cap, especially the young wo
men, seem smarter, more nattily
dressed these days, as they prom
enade along the clean, new
streets, and boulevards of the
City?
Congratulations to person-
able, progressive Dick Gunning,
Mgr. of the Curacao Trading Co.
on the extensive internal rede-
corations carried out in the
.tbre. Dick is also the first
merchant in Cap Haitien to ban-
ish their old. shutters, and to in-
stall. fuli-length show-windows.
aace-setter Maurice Laroche
has the first homb designed to
overlook 'the boulevard. Friends
can sit.on the cool balcony and
watch the moon rising over the
ecean -'-Sipping whiskies the
while, of 'course. In the fine
new house there is a nhw room
for Maurice Junior, expected
next month.
4 Th hospitable Mr. ahd Mrs.
Jbhn Lantoche are adding a lit-
tid tbuch to their fine ehtertain-
ment. At their receptibns their
.cute daughter Alice is quickly
leatniig flow, too, to be the per-
fect hostess.
Adrien Laroche is back from
college with his degree, and
with his young AAldlecan bride.
le will build a hot i for tw b6n
the spot where Ptricia 'Club
once tood.
Now that the Larodhe son-
have set up homes near to Fa-
ther Ti Christophe's -residence,
folks are referring to the area
as Laroche Avenue.
'iohy Laroche Chehet Jr. and
. tin missusvisited the Cap last
Monday, looked up relations and
friends.
Just a suggestion. Couldn't
travel agents in the U.S. bn al-
lb &ed to sell air-travel tickets
fri i Port to the Cap? This
woUtld stimulate the flow up
North.
The smat-t tRhtiihia dancing
at Le Cap was packed last Suni-
day night. A fine band plays
there twice a week, and th6 bit
Juke-Box does not, we notice,
make that awful Ilinia ...
Dr. Charles Leconte has in
his possession Wbnderhll perlite
archives of Haitian histo. fubpe
we will put them out for exhibi-
tions --- ad iatrtitlaH~ tihe
fine portrait of Presitint Bdyer,
as well.
Gerard de Catalogne, Tourist
Bureau head in New Yi~k, afll
his wife, air back home, holi da-
ing at Le CSp.
Met banker Willy Koehler of


BNRH at the Hostellerie. Much-
travelled Willy is now one of the
. best authorities on the Haitian
Country districts.
Looks like there's going to be
a big coffee and banana crop this
Year. Coffee and Habanexpor-
ted bananas are now the
strongest pillars in our national
economy.
Manageress Mrs. Bussenius
of cool Mont Joli is at the mo-
inent thinking of adding some
more rooms and cottages. After
the next season, perhaps, she
says.
The management of Beck's
is planning to add a swimming-
pool, a little way from the hotel.
Incidentally, Beck's makes the
best use of local furnishings
that we have seen in hotels in
Haiti; the magnificent mahogany
furniture of the bar, lounges
and bedrooms were all made on
the spot.
Mine de Catalogne of the
hoted Hostellerie du Roi Chris-
tophe is ever the charming hos-
tess. She is getting a new pump
for the swimming pool bientot.
Lean energetic Leopbld San-
chez is still leading the fight to
rdake Le Cap the tourist center
of the Republic. cMore hotels,
more rooms,, is his battlecry of
the moment..
Street-lights will go on the
length of the boulevard when
Paftieent Mf1pire dimes up for
the fete of Quartier Mofin,
The municipality plans to
make Compania de Industrias
Maritimas President, Clarence
Moody, an hl6r.catI citizen bf
the Cap.

The Mlagl-',re r'-- -rn dmt,
with an imaginativenesi- rid re-
sourtefulhes in keeping wlhh
North Faiti's traditions had ten-
visaged a renewed Cap Haititn.
The govetnthent gdire the tig
engineering project to the C A,
and the routihg Presidftit will
see a ttans8frmhed towli.
Pete W6ell, the Chief 8utlr-
Itltftdentl4nl hatrg tf the whole
prhni.t tits reason to be protid
i tl6 ahSI plishifents of such
a na~h tpack of ttiUe. We re-
dOt fi*i d this dynlic engineer
fo' iti sechc' hcnoa-nry citizen-





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Director of AdVtfiuIg Of-A An-
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P rt this week to -cieck 'On the
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THIEVES TURN DOWN
DINNER JACKET, LIQUOR
AND QUALITY PANTS
When thieves entered Sonny
Griswold's Bourdon Park home
last Saturday evening they show-
ed a preference for the common
essentials of life. They swiped,
said Sonny, tooth brush, cleaned
out the ice box of all food, include
ing uncooked green peas, 5 pairs
of comfortable undry-cleaned
slacks. They refused a dinner
jacket, several fine pairs of ga-
bardine pants and even a sip of
a rare stock of liquor.


Arranged Summer School
With President

70 year old Professor J. A.
Maynard, director of the French
section of school of high studies
in New York, left town Wednes-
day after an extremely active va-
'cation. Professor Maynard of-
fered 7 cases of books to the Na-
tional Library and spoke to Pre-
sident Magloii-e about holding
French summer school here for
French teachers of New York.
The Summner school would be at-
tended mostly by girls for six
months starting Mid-June.


The Ti Melles of Petionville
are orgahizing a grand picnic bn
the lie a Cabrits today.
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The neiv manager of Dura-
trabo, Auguste Tuhrostef Is San
Jtidn bound bn business today.


Commencing this evening at
the Theatre de Verdure Lavinia
Williams will give a short ex-'
planation of the folklore dances
in English. Mr. Vincent, direc-
tor of the theatre will make the
same commentary in French.


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Clarence Pierlre-Pierre of .Le
Nouvelliste, is looking sharp at
the wheel of a new dark green
Studebaker.
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Montezuma fought his way
out of the country to Cuba. Pro--
motor Gabriel was left with the
hotel bill.


Antoine Dupoux has return-
ed to assisting the management
Of the El Rancho.


Luce de mi alma.
dancer from the D..
public is giving a c
exhibition at the Ci


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tache's office, hasl
crossed . hoping .
signment will be Ps
'len's father settled :
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when he sold his id
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'ceilings. this was used by Hawaiians in the early
r history, except that they used the mineral wool
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combination 6f. wrought iron and bamboo for a light,
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.-people who have viisted Haiti, will be thrilled by
turn trip when the film -Emperor Jories, is shown.
,planning a full length modern version of the story,-
.King' Cole, to be filmed in Haiti this coming
taiti is in the news again, this time as the setting
Pave-, a story in-July's American Monthly.


with Lise Hamelin, a friend of many of the Haitians
ed here. She has asked me to send her best wishes
nn. Gladys Shutte [Hospital St. Jean de Dieu] and
ier [Hospital Cote St. Luc] both vacationing now ..


S'Philippe Cantave Consul-General d'Haiti sent me
] looking congratulary note on the innovation of
:It was a great thrill to hear from him . Inci-
rould welcome notes from readers who have com-
on the contents of the column. Write to me c/o
lhh. See you soon.
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A Baffle To See
Mexican Movie
<
wHaiti should be a Spanish-
speaking country, has been
echoed by more than one Hai-
tian particularly fond of the
sweet language of love; Haiti
must be a Spanish-speaking coun-
try. strangers must have been
convinced Monday night by a
huge boisterous crowd who
fought for entrance tickets to
the Mexican movie Mambo
Dancing, at the Paramount thea-
ter.
Monday afternoon at Para-
mount rabid Spanish movie fans
arrived two hours before show
time jostling for position at the
closed entrance door, pushing
themselves to be closer to the
ticket seller's cabin, and sweat-
ing and panting under a pitiless
suLi, and screamiiing f.i- the ftu-
ture happiness of attending
*Mambo Dancing.' When at last
the door was opened three fans
fell to the floor and kis-sed it
more times than one usually
kisses anything, as a conse-
,quence of having their heads
constantly trodden by some
colleaguess'
Luckily the police made an
unexpected and appalling appear
rice to establish order and pre-
vent the ticket seller from being
carried away along with his seat
and the tickets byv the somewhat
too eager fans. The agardes,
who cared little for Spanish,
siar reiz Pi-ad6 ahcd his music,
and to whom a good stick.means
an infallible and highly respect-
able peacemaker, undertook the
task of settling the prettily en-
tangled matter. 'Macaque grain-
iin cou legba [blows with sticks
rained like anything]. Too eager
buyers fled home with a stimu-
lant of coups de macaque bien
chita' [well delivered blows with
sticks], and even somebody, ob-
viously a reluctant occasional
comedian left a generous portion
of his shirt between the sure and
tight gripping fingers, of a
garden* in a desperate effort to
escape from hell.
For sure it Owas a bit of com-
edy afid . A good one, as you
gueds. Arid besides 'Mambo
riand ng( many lyple attended
*Mambo Macaque..


HOT9L DLOFFSON
OiO 1ING ALONG


Spending a sleepless week at
the .Oloffson are Rena Nives,
Lottie Schotten and Clifford
Straus . the gay trio have vis-
iteg thk ChAildee, iv4adti ith


lIe A Cabrits, folkdancing, they 0. with his wife and two daugh-
are Jacmel bound this week-end. ters, aged 14 and 8.


Ruth Purcell who travels to a
different section of thq globe
each summer is currently do-
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the Oloffson with companion
Ruth Wegat.


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The'caskdt, covered with the NationaltFlag, is borne by six Army
officersAfrodp the Palais Legislatif. A battalion of the Army pre-
sented arms and the Military Band played a funeral march, as
full military honours were rendered to the ex-President of the
Republic. A large crowd lined the routes to the Cathedral from
7.30 Tueshay morning. .


.. .....


THE PASSING
OF FATHER LOCKE
The with deep sorrow the demise
of Father Philip D. Locke
of the Anglican Episcopal
Church of Port au Prince, on
Sunday, 8.30 a.m., July 19th.
Father Locke was born in
Dublin,' Ireland, in 1884,
where he was ordained, later
serving the Church of Eng-
land in London, Montreal and
Saskatchewan.
In 1915 he married Con-
stance Marian Procter who
with their son Patrick was
with him at 1he end, which
came peacefully at their home
in Petionville.
Father Locke is outlived by
his work in England, Canada,
Puerto Rico, the Dominican
Republic and Haiti. In Ponce,
Puerto Rico, he administered
the construction of a new
modern church to perpetuate
an old wooden frame struc-
ture which last was a gift in
Colonial times from Queen Vic-


In Carilibean countries he
was widely known and re-
spected for the educational
work which in his later years
he initiated and administered'.
On Monday, July 20, a Re-
quiem Mass was held in Holy
Trinity Cathedral at 8.00 a.m.,
and a funeral service of great


4.00 p.m. MasQ
flowers see;=.i
radiance to exz.g
tion and' reverence
by the large co03
No one can,
Locke, either inti:t
of our community
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ing congregation. In the chancel attended the President Alajor
General Paul E. Magloire.in uniform, with members of the gov-
ernment and of the Diplomatic Corps.

On the way to the cemetery the hearse is escorted by the Sec-
retary of State to the Presidency, the Chief Justice, the First
Secretary of the Senate, and the President of the Ch'amber of P
Deputies. Secretary .of State AM. Ducasse Jurelle, on behalf of
the Government, pronounced the chief funeral oration. Crowds
stood silent outside the cemetery, as the last trumpet blew over
the remains of Duimarsais Estine.



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Page 8


Two Amateur Alpinists Recount

Trip Through Haiti's Himalayas


The sport of hiking is almost
unknown to Haitians though
many hike great distances
through necessity. Father Gous-
se, who teacher mathematics
year long at the Petit Semiraire
St. Martial, exchanges his white
cassock each vacation time for
khaki shorts, open shirt and hik-
ing boots. There are few peaks
.amongst Haiti's rugged moun-
tains that have not at one time
welcomed the arrival of the 6 ft.
4 in. Jacmelibn priest.
Last Tuesday Pere Gousse
set off from Furcy on a 85-kilo-
* meter hike with sun-tanned Pro-
fessor Street of the University of
California as co-hiker. Mr. Street,
professor of economic geogra-
phy, is visiting Haiti for the sec-
ond time studying the agricul-
tural geography of the country.
He expects to write ,a doctor's
dissertation on the subject. Leav-
Sing Furcy at 6 a.m. they tramp-
ed 16 kms by the pedometer
which Pbre Gousse wears on
his right ankle to the Plateau De
La Marque where they made
their base for hikes to the neigh-
bouring mountains. After feast-
ing on a small goat purchased
for $1.50 and a good night's sleep
at the chapel in the cool heights
of La Marque they tramped off
10 kilometers to Morne l'Enfer
where they were rewarded with
a magnificent view of Marigot
and the coast line of the south-
west.
Thursday they left La Marque
que and visited the very tip of
La Selle range where they found
beautiful limestone cliffs and
waited two hours for the fog to
clear so as to photograph their
magnificence.
Friday they bid farewell to
-Ca Marque and went to Berly
.near Morne Malanga. There they
spent the night. En route they
passed over a dozen waterfalls, 1
S over 300 feet high. At Berly
they had a fine view of the Gos-
seline valley and after prepar-
ing breakfast .patate au lait
they journeyed the 10 kilome-
ters to Chauffard. The going
was hot and rugged but refresh-
ing when crossing the Momance
river six times and the Chauf-
.fard river which they still mar-
vel at its coolness and its rapid
flow.
Finally arriving at Chauffard
Saturday evening they saw a
beautifully built church and
school and a new dispensary
made all of stone. The new dis-
pcnsary which is replacing an
l 1


old wooden one is being built
by the entire community. Each
time a person comes in to Chauf-
fard he or she carries along a
stone which goes into the con-
struction of the dispensary.
Pere Gousse said Mass Sunday
morning and they continued
their last leg of the trip to Car-
refour Laboule. Five kilometers
short of the Carrefour Professor


Street's legs gave out and he
rode a horse bareback through
the vast maize plantations past
the white erosion-scarred moun-
tains to arrive on the highway
as Archbishop Le Gouaze hap-
pened to pass. The startled Arch-
bishop stopped and invited them
to ride to the city with him but
they declined on account of their
excess baggage.
This week Professor Street
finds sitting extremely difficult
and walking even more so. His
feet covered in sticking plaster


are nothing in comparison, he
admits, to the reward of riding
a horse without saddle. Undaunt-
ed, the two hikers are planning
hikes this month to La Selle
peak 2,685 meters high and the
2,060 meter high peak Macaya
down between Jeremie and Les
Cayes.
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Aug. 3.
U.P.-Research that may link an
cent Indian culture with that of
Haiti, Jamaica and possibly


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Cuban mountains. :
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State University
expedition in search
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yamo, Cuba. The so
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Two American Rythm
Seekers Revisit Haiti


Two outstanding American
artists arrived in our capital
last Sunday. They are Misses
Jean M urai and,Syd Skolsky.
Brookl'yn born Jean Murai is
Sa guitar player and composer,
,Alinong the numerous coun-
Stri.s she visited' are Mexico,
, C~a, Puerto Rico, Jamaica,
Haiiti, Israel, Italy, Spain and
Eranod.' our years ago Jean
M&l rai. spent tvwo months in
HIaiti studying our folklore
with the help of tle late pro-
fessor Jaegerhulber and Mmie.
Lina Mathon.
S.During her stay here she
- gave a concert at the Art Cen-


ter which was much acclaim-
ed. Back in the States she pre-
sented, programs in colleges,
universities and on broadcast
stations on Haitian folklore
rithms. In her native land
she gave concerts in collabo-
ration with well known Hai-
tian artist Jean Leon Destine
whom she billed as a real am-
bassador of the Haitian art.

Pianist Syd Skolsky, a fam-
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the authoress of three works
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School., she is now in search
of new musical inspiration.
Both artists will give a con-
cert shortly with the collabo-
ration of the National Tou-
rism Office.

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Drs. Antonio Rimpel and
Urbain Neree will fly soon to
Venezuela on a WHO scholar-
ship. They will follow cour-
ses at the Institute of Mala-
rialogy of Maracaibo. .Dr.
Jacques Fburcand, awardee of
a scholarship from Pan Ame-1
rican Medical Association,
flew to the U. . to study neu-
rology for two years.

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Attend Jehovah
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S. MAYOR TO PLACE Kilometer ZERO
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.small bronze plaque that has been the object of much in-
i to visitors to the Mayor's office at the Hotel de Ville this
iwpnth is scheduled to be ceremonialiously placed at the in-
tion on the Rue Payee and the Grand Rue this iceek. This
e, the Kilometer zero [see photo] will be set in place by
VNelaton Camille in the middle of the main street. The
.belongs to, the Mayor who has no doubt seen in his tratels
iilometer zero of Paris set on the steps of the 4 century old
e. Dame Cathedral.


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STRA TION

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i School wishes to notify
general Assembly that re-
ion for the ensuing school
.11 take place at the Union
SChamp de Mars, on' Au-
- 1953, between the hours
lt and twelve in the morn-


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en for the first' time must
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cold school building', but will
remain there for only a short
period of time. As soon as the
new building is ready for occu-
pancy, the move shall' be made'
and. the inauguration of the new
building will take place.


The first General Assembly
meeting of the school year will
take place on August 17th at 4.30
p.m. at the American Pavilion
at the Exposition Grounds. All
parents are urged to attend.


Twenty-six delegates from Hai.
ti joined more than 125,000 oth-
ers at Yankee Stadium in New
York City for aThe New World
Society Assembly of Jehovah's
witnesses. which turned out. to
be the greatest religious assem-
bly ever held in America. One
of the Haitian delegates was dip-
ped along with 4,600.people who
were baptized there, and three
local representatives gave re-
ports in English and French of
the missionary work done in
Haiti. More than ninety lands
were depicted on giant banners
in Yankee Stadium, including
one marked, ,Warmest regards
from sunny Haiti..

Special arrangements were
made so that a C--46 from the
Conner airlines could land in
Port-au-Prince at Bowen's Field
to service some of the local dele-
gates with transportation at a
reasonable cost to each. In New
York City, 15,(00 volunteers
found rooms for a0,000; served
food in their own cafeteria that
aniazed.-'-Ubli6' officials; built a
tent and trailer city whose po-
pulation grew from nothing to
43,453. The attendance on the
last of the-'eght days of the as-
sembly totaled -165,S29. The Hai-
tian delegates returned Wednes-
day, tired and happy, rand they
will soon try to sponsor the
same feat on a smaller scale'here
in the capital.


Talks at the convention were
given in twenty languages, and
73 new publications were releas-
ed including a French book that
will be in Haiti very shortly. All
were grateful for the co-opera-
tion of local officials.


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[Continued]
This is the final installment
of an article cn how the Centre
d'Art and St. Trinity MAhrals
Same into being. The article
Written by Joe Alex Morris, ap-
p' eared in *The Saturday Even-
Sing Post.s
In the ten years he has been
there now, Bishop Voegeli has
increased the Episedcil church
membership by 50 per cent to
More than 45,000; But he was
-,still far from certain of success
:' in 1949 when fie received from
'the government a suggestion
that t.e- chtiircli night make
i: some contributibn to the 1949-50
Internqtinat Exp'slion at Port
~ au Prince,. designed to attract
World attention' to Haiti. His
First reaction Ws that the 75,000
L dollars anhual.budget for his mis
,sionary district couldn't provide
.for any such .l ury: He was
b:about to forget.the whole thing
.-when he remembered the letter
: that Peters had written him two
'years earlier regarding murals
Sfor the cathedral.
A What', he asked himself, are
': we waiting for?' We can .raise


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the money privately for the mu-
rals, and they will be our contri-
bution to the exposition.,
It wasn't quite that easy. Pet-
ers Was enthusiastic. So was
Selden Rodman, a New York edi-
tor and writer who had become
interested in the Centre d'Art
and who did an impressive job
of publicizing the Haitian paint-
ers in America and elsewhere.
Both Peters and Rodman knew
there were many difficulties.
Just for example, the roof of the
cathedral leaked; a new roof
would be necessary or the first
heavy rain would rdin the mur-
als. Moreover, the walls would
have to be scraped abd a special
plaster put on for the painters.
The artists themselves would
have to learn an entirely new
technique of painting.
It is unlikely that there are
mote than a handful of church
officials in the world who would
have had the courage to tackle
such tricky problems, but Bishop
Voegeli was one of the handful
and in the next few months he
1:,roved it. He raised a few thou-
sand dollars among friends in
the United States and put in
some money of his own. Rodman
persuaded the Haitian Govern-
inent to pay expenses for Prof.
William Calfee, of the American
University at Washington, to
come to Haiti and teach the ar-
tists the same mural technique
that was used by the old Italian
masters. They began practicing
on the walls in the basement of
the Centre d'Art, and now the
bishop was confronted with the
final decision.
Later, he told Peters: -The
sketches are all right. From now
on, it is in your hands. As for
myself, I'm giing to the States
for a vacation.*


g '-.inAi I rinaA r
.. q ine s .l hl n hi- returned. the firlt
..;ating Machines hree panels each twelve feet
F -. fteii.eUs ,de and thrty feet high had
.-.-. been completed by Obin, Bazile
,; 6 i Banoit. as had r I:eco'rative
panel of angels above them by
a peasant farmer named Gabriel
,Leveque. Later, thanks to $5,000
contributed by an anonymous
New Yorker, nine other i urals
were idmpleted on the walls at
either side of the cathedral. In
iAl, ni g Artists .hAe padrtick$pAt
,d t rk.
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Lt2rs A~Wt f '. i original, all are strikinhgly HMMi-
i..i l b a if ,,i, 1 :;td noiie 'of them h"as bnore
. C:.:;~. hafi the fainltst Feietlf6i to rie-
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ligious paintings of the past. I
hisimur'l.,of the Ascension
Christ, for example, Bazile i
eluded two young boys who no
chalantly play ball in the stre
while everybody else gazes u
.rard at the figure ascending i
to heaven. He also perhal
unconsciously did a portra
of himself as one of the person
in the crowd and unintentionally
gave himself t%'vo left feet. I
his painting of the Baptisni
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Christ, he pictured a woman
washing clothes on the river-
bank, clad fi a bright skirt and
a definitely modern brassiere.
His depiction of Christ driving
the money-changers- from the
temple shows one scoundrel in
a slouch hat and a -hot. shirt
of the bright sports type wurn 1by
the young bloods of Port au
Prince.

In his mural of the Crucifixion, t
Obin pictured Christ as beard-
less, but in his painting of the
Last Supper on an adjacent wall
he showed Him as bearded -
a contradiction that caused Bi-
shop Voegeli only momentary
embarrassment when it w\as
brought to his attention by cri-
tical members of the congrega-
tion. -Well,' he replied after a
pause, -we have four different
versions of the gospel in the
Bible. I guess we can afford to ,
have two versions of Christ in
these murals.. Nobody raised
the question again.
Wilson Bigaud's huge mural of '
the Marriage at Cana is an im-
pressive record of life in Haiti
today, with scores of -good peo-
ple* ranged on one side of the
painting and figures of evil on
the other side. Almost every fa-
cet of Haitian culture is repre-
sented, including fa-rm workers,
gamblers with fighting cocks,
labourers, housewives, cilv Alick
ers in zoot suits, a gaudy prosti-
tute, a graveyard with vdodoo
symbols, a band of musicians
playing on barriboo insirdmeMs
and deei~-t6ned Haitiahd uh&s.
This is oh'e of the iiirals that
saboteur i'mearV' ih pit'.
t igauAi res6ord the damged
areas A ,nn t wi fl cril l.-
*ed, ins ia A sIt: a 7e
lout. -_ s'spte V R ev4iething.
Tw6 ttWe6- \uWAua;I .PAtiigs*
* Ire Ad'iiue'as liVt Int6 Egypt
ind Leveque's panel of angels.
auguste shows Joseph, Mary and
the Baby Jesus fleeing across
the desert on which, strangely
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three follows an animal which
can be identified with consider-
able difficulty as a camel af-
ter all, Auguste never really saw
a camel in his life carrying
their household goods, which cbh
sist entirely of straight-backed
cane chairs piled in an incredi-
ble pattern on top of one ari-
other. Leveiue also introduces.
an original note. His angels,
floating high ih the heavens, are
blowing on trumpets that have
not one, but two mouths an
indication of the artist's high re-
gard for these particular angels.
In all, the mural project at the
cathedrMl so far has cost around
,000 dollars, including the new
uoof, and it will probably cost
ilother S,000 or 10,000 dollars to
complete the work, including a
series illustrating the Fourteen
Stations of the Cross. several
manller panels and a number tf
-arved brick window-'. Bishop
Voegeli and Peters hope that the
work can be finished by 1954 in
lime for another Haitian exposi-
ion celebrating the one-hundred-
nd-fiftieth anniversary of na-
tional independence.


The 'Haiti Sun. coia"
Lorraine Dora on the .
cess of her exhibition o
at the Catibe Hilton H1
td Ricb. '
Oin the first day, J3ll
her hand-aainted dress
sold out. Also featii4
exhibition, sponsored 1.A
*Galerie des Aits d'Ui
the hafid-w~ought coi6e'e'
ry by Winifr'ed Ctieh
oil paintings on ihlti
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CHICAG'd VOWOEN P'o
E-XPKTS T1O ISITSi
Continued from Page 14
Mrs. Murphy is editor of
Chicago Police Digest,
Their itinerary includes .:
Juan, Puerto Rico; Ciudacd
jillo, Dominican Republic; I
au-Prince. Haiti; Kingstonti
Monuego Bay, Jamaica; and
maguey and Havana, C
They will consult with pi
officials in each city visited.
They are scheduled to aS
in Port au Prince August
and leave on the 16th.


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_:_. .-off Wednesday as they took off maly. A grand reception follow- berg, President of the Socota.t
,.. on a tourist trip to New York ed the benediction nuptials at Leaf Tobacco Inc., one of thi
and Paris. They are expected to the home of the bride's Uncle major American tobacco entezi..
be absent from the local scene Edouard Khawly in Lalue. prises, has been in town since
for at least 2 months. -:0:- Sunday. He's autniging for "
-:0:- Mrs. Hans Hackenbruch cele- installation of a Haitian tcalm&
k . Plastic IndustriaL'T Deputy brated her birthday last evening paille. in his south of Franrce.
Thomas DesuErre .. Aew York with family and friends in Tur- chateau.
S.bound tomorrow. geau. Young student Gbrard A
i:0:- grand' flew to th Stites
class of 33of ily is expected this monthReurned home after vacation- George Rizk of P-Fu-P is to nesday to further his studles A
ti Academy, dressed o -0:- ing in Central America are Di- wed Peggy Serhan in "Wilks- engineering aid militaryy gia-rt
try Acaderhy, dressed in -:0:- 1
Mr. and rs.rector of PAA Haiti Mrs. Ro- Berry, Pa., on the 15th., Follow- Hampton Instlttu.
ight. The resident hae returned fro tir to ger Jarman and sons Mike, Dus- ing a Miami Beach honeymoon -:0:-- .
lIst night. The President, have returned from their two
.Greneral Magloire attend- month sejour in Chicago. ty and hr the cou w be a family T
: -:0:- -:reception here on the 22nd. The following officefb6
Jean Viard has graduated tex Willy Lamothe had a 6.30 -:0:- the Army a 'Cadtts .k .,.
-:0:- Jean Viard has graduated tex- A.
ifrt cnc cktail party at home in Gros Mr. Arthur Host, one of the 1933, and wert tomWIofida
. -AiicrIft thgineCt- Paul tile engineer from, St. Hya-
isiting here his cinthes in Canada and is doing Morne Wednesday night. His editors of Cue Magazine of New the First Army Day :1914.. r- t
Vici Lamhsn of Fire a year of oaCtical wnrk with muraled bar by Garcia and wife' Yoirk, arrived last *Aek for a. ~dwig Metciet was maj O 4"~
I.rs. Vic Lampson. of Fire- a year of OrAftical Work with a sn o t in t .H c
le top flight en r Cd as a sensation- brief stay in Haiti. He accom- promotion. Yesterday the .6la
i~ le top flight engineer eConsolidated Textiles prior to
S-::0:-'- panied Roger M4gloire who went to Laboule to call bn -..U
g two weeks 6f relaxa- his return here. pae Rer Ml wo w t t
Rbger Coster one of PAA's works at Cue, and is back home President, later ba queteid
:0:- M/Sgt. homas Beatty from latest customers left for New on holidays. General Magloirb at the :CAho.,
0M/Sgt. Thomas Beatty from
g of the Vila Creele Miork Thursday. This trip he 4,, Lt. Oi1. Edotiard Iloy, Lt.CI -
opi~..I bland Wiehet is arrived aboard the SS Atncou N took the family along for the The Hirsch Klang tnnis Lubin Malgohes, Capts. -cl
pg i Db'adWi e is a r htie for the Air M.s- ride. team won th fi6 Son Cup over Merclter Gabriel Levlt, M ,i-
s-ci measure trip to sion's fabulous Ti Robert Wil- the Fritz Roy Jean CWIldU Ar- thlars; 'Gaton Georg i, .br
Ctllsda Tsion f ous Ti Robe Wi I- 'M le Marie Gomes [Ti Marie! rtnd team Tthsday hitnoon Aubry, Francols RomaTi h -
k ab b obtred her Mist btrtitda:t with at 'the t-diis Jb ofbaiefttiu. MI~iftre, Rbhi& Sajoos, J-a e
Indoctrinated the, new Sgt. Weed- oba rt at her hst of wit at the ennis C!ub of itF u. Mettr, Rht Sajoas, J
.i=- : ,en a .party at the home of Mr. ail -:0: Etlbtine, Vic:tort BIanhet Mi 1I
nesdty evening.
t Kx&d U. Si Aambat Mrs. Jutes D6Inont Fridip b -@f-is ~ E lirtdAy 1i, Tf edor Roger RaMtieau;, hoger Belland;':
:"IttIIurrW and Jan d Freddy, sons t ing. SuN, En~oy xtraordliary and Fraritk Beauvbir, Pagalf.VUort,.' i,
110tw| Cult i ,t adFdosMin1g*r Plenipotenti Ty of 'Get- Cdibil4l Lhtortu6, Mareet St-Fir-
iirihudU Cultht-ai Ol Edith :iegel arrived from Vene-Min Pleipotenti f er Cmi Latrtu, Mart St.
-- e1 u home in Pacot zuel iday to vae ion wh Pretty Alice Heatcn clippered many to Haiti, is due here sort- mib, i-tI10h 1iott, tMx Lt &UiA-.
eeng i true .zis zuela Midhday to vacation with
Evening in true ,tiestal. o a .. .at home to MiCtilgati aft'r visiting ly td iz,, nt his credettia, to ceht f, kn tAllet affd, fis. A .:l
oti -b0ire thar f'a"lnufl"u t Mr. rrd wMf th-@ Alfrhe De MattLIA MTfi- His Eicellency the Pr&idefit of Tals, Ybvlaffnb, Dlotiyon, Lebre- ..;i
'imies.. The reason for e P, cb. e ys d Rfglhld Id id- the Reptich, tot JeaB, 4.tah .eoL Ittbiite, Ma"r R e.
bua swaappling Spariish b the
hich. jaza2W bu tui P t .Jit re. inth tofth. Gagbibi g. t
S- t~ Ihrc.Gid 'gCreole.-
w e ioros, s the ti~ :- id Creole --:0: ioi iib hll Abitbol
departure of Bty ad e feoitt Airlines clibpke is dde gg ve a tyiih pi~81tS at her hbme -
ublid Affa tir i het td. e ut e si today at 4.30 p.m, With 89 toutr- i Fetluvi day evening.

to brazil this month 6id. X rilaittt hosteAses Were
. bll. ayne, BettY |s g:d i t, t^u a. t aatEs is shpl s ly The Niil sdite n1 and last-' |ff l.- .i -
Stat to azi this m nth a e a i ed. htses The stork recently paid a visit.
the kntot with Latty Iid tala s d oter bl sald. The .
formerly with athe ffi- ., -d Chantier ae lost inb CIW b tt tt~ihd. to the' Alfred Brown household
Sfor er Alyhthony with thi chperg to aii ot i A- in Washihgton, D.C., delivering '-
ihere. Mr. Gayne is leav- dad Trujio. lyn hltdm endobf this motlbh. .
M G vacation with her mother in San m Vivian Francine, a healthy baby
ay by air to vacation =. '-::- w h .
auan totiorrow. s A hibe hose d girl. Ma is the former Anni.
SfamilS in W'ashiingtoi hbe hos wag a big daY in Duverglas of Haiti.
business stop over in -: th i td Alttie' those pabt et4 the toaWn of aih. Mle The-s o Haiti
DadoU f wNo i di to idthg f l to Barrtqulla An Bouncing baby Llonel wa
: Daot tI Wo to th t ed to Batqu il rIese A ite a Tfl ttary iean born to Mr. and Mrs. Lelio Mop- .
leave for the Stateb this Week Colothbia, y@rttday. .r Plerti "h'~TlB -w t M in holy desir Wednesda, August 5th
w-^ iT-:C.--t Mi~3 desirer Wednesday, August 5th.,
ur Hora bto cblTfthee his M t ---- hAtih1o h it the parish chsitch. Lionel.and his mother, the for- .
.tudies was toastoe in thRim Wautdi Wiener left Thaftdaky Matro ( 4 hOf M t W* aMile ker-
ShAr vest. tht -@ 9 t errt o6n fw Sdit AM@riata tot, mer Violette Sixto, ware enjoying
Shthie H:0:in -twd 1 tian %vas the best of health.
-:0:- ti idenr i the otat Woods R ft t F1MIIditi. Thi re- The Hartford Battery, dealer
enri Wiene, iden 2 Thi h l th# eotg by o al bA-. --f 400 .aim.h utkftdi a re-ty
enri Wiener of the 't#* Thiutsday muenhis tn' a Muilcth tiP Ji@Att slaifiut f*d a itth(?@ t4ition that followed was the wee d Ms J sauert hpe-
Fo-are is back fr',n a s i on that followed was the d Mrs. Jacques.Faubert house-''-
coUrse at Craig Air his mn f ttats social highlight of th tat. hold has been graced, with the
Alaa .The st a arrival of Edouard, .their first
n AlabaA.. The fst -:0:.mon from the States.
t-. l Wednesday Mrs. outIs Dfcar : irt. Lily body, It.&" the d, a hlthu tb.l. Mof ::
'el .,d tiii.ht& W I eea& h W f -nt "i ".1.M., is the forIer Monai .o.
pected here from two and i half St. Hugh's High Sciool in King- several days this week.' Jean Maurc utea
months in Paris. On the 28th ston, is visiting with the Jocelyn
*h -Ba timn Ruio Mac" rm ^^Ant flt t tf 61 hin8us ift ratioa of ti.e remodeled.
Sisi eos leii ch vioiist at-conditiond Aux Cosrqus i'
ter to the Isthmus Republic. Therese Khawly walked down
Marcel "Beaujouan is extending tadPant which took place j pat
the aisle of the Cathedral Notre .
.2 IH H I his stay here evening. Jean Maurice Is
Jaco Sassine and Mrs. Andre Dame last evening at 6.30 and his s i Jean Mauc is
Sassine were given a royal send became the wife of Philippe Che-
Rene Marini, son of Mr. and thby have a daughter. '^
SMrs. Marini of Cabane Chou- 5ea Richard, a big baby boy, .
coune, flew to France Tuesday is the new addition to the Mr, ',4
i ( ll to vacation with his father's fam aind Mrs. Jules Benjamin faui*^-,
4SJ U U/Ulll A4/ 'V Uily. JeBn Richard and mom, the for' -
C rr^^ ^R 10 (y4f -0:-- mer Mile Ricourt, are enjoying ':
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Davis was a real nugget, and
That by sending us one of their
crack Latin American diplomats,
S'the U.S. was paying the Repub-
Slic a proper compliment.
; 'Dr. Roy Tasco Davis spent
12 years in the diplomatic ser-
Svice of his country. In those
Brief years his record is one
. which is difficult to surpass. He
; was Envoy Extraordinary and
SMinister Plenipotentiary to Cos-
|- ta Rica [1921-19291 and Envoy
' Extraordinary and Minister Ple-
Y. nipotentiary to Panama from
;;.1929. to 1933. These were no
, cushy posts. Years preceding
:'Roosevelt's good neighbour pol-
'.: icy, were the delicate period
When anti-U.S. feeling was strong
in Central America, and when
. any intervention' in domestic
, a.-,affairs was bitterly resented.
f',Hardly had he been installed in
b 'Panama, when the great revolu-
.tion of January 2, 1931 broke out.
.,-His tactful, delicate handling of
t. the explosive situation is still
Remembered. To quote the 'Pan-
ama Heralds, 'The destiny of
Panama was in the hands of Roy
. 'T. Davis in the early hours of
SJanuary 2, 1931. That is certain.
But the destinies of the United
SStates in Latin America were al-
Sso in the hand of its Minister to
SPanama. A mistaken understand-
ing of the situation, a lack of
understanding of the people,
would hhve been fatal. No mis-i
Stake was made.. And that was
because Mr. Davis knew his bu-
: siness. He knew his own peo-
pie and. he knew the people of
Panama."
We can go on quoting such
testimonies by the yard. Suf-
i fice to say that there have been
Very few Yankee Ministers or
SAmbassadors who have so re-
tained the complete confidence,
even affection, of the Latin Ame
ricans." And Very few have had
their names given by grateful
:,-governments to lakes, districts
: and streets. Dr. Roy Tasco got
"--his middle name from the vil-
lage of Tasco, Mexico, of which
:-",he is an honorary citizen.
: Born in Ewing, Missouri, June
24, 1889, he married Loyce En
,;" oe in 1913. It was, and is a per-
:.' feet marriage. The Davises have
.2 adult children, and are now
Grandparents. He took his Ph D
'at Brown University, Rhode Is-
Sland. He was secretary of the
Missouri Legislature in 1911,
SSecretary and business manager
Sof Stephen College from 1913 to
S1920. After distinguished diplo-
I. matic service, he returned to the

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academic world as Assistant to
the President of Stephen Col-
lege and later as President of Na-
tional Park College. Though a
Republican, he was called on for
public service from time to time.
In 1943 he was sent on special
commissions to Colombia and
Ecuador for reconstruction Fin-
ance Commission 1943 A distin-
guished educationist, he was
Chairman of the Commission to
survey educational system in
Bolivia in 1944. From 1943 to
date he was director of the Inter



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Arrerican schools service, Wash- in the State Department ann .-i n"al, mr. runal Agno'
ington, D.C. the White House, that if they back from Europe andt
Finally, out of 3,200 persons re- ever have a particularly delicate, tomorrow. During hit
commended for diplomatic ap- specially complicated or really broad Mr. Aglion co.
pointments, he was one of the tough job to do anywhere in the specialized agencili
thirty-two selected. We wonder Latin America Davis is the best United Nations and
if President Eisenhower was possible man that could be pick- got many advantages ,f
aware of what a Panama news- ed for the job.,
paper said in 1933. We don't think that Davis was
M R. ROGER SAVAIN.'IZ
*Roy Tasco Davis holds the re- sent here to solve any difficult E IN
INSTALLED IN OFFICE.
aspect, confidence and esteem of problems. He is coming on a .-.
a greater number of Latin Ame- mission of friendship, to further Mr. Roger Savain ,
ricans today than any living man cooperation and understanding 'appointed Introducer o"
who has ever represented the between the oldest'republics of sadors and Ministers, w
U.S. in Latin American coun- the Hemisphere. led in office Wednesdaj
tries. --- ing during a ceremony
We hope that official Wash- UN SPECIALIST took place in the Depart
ington will put this down on the RAOUL AGLION DUE BACK Foreign Affairs. Mr. Sa
wall in some conspicuous place UN resident representative in places Mr. Sorel Drouini



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Re cool, sunny beaches
de front Cap Haitien.


Tourists Sto.

SBy Horse
greater volume of tour-
ited to Cap Haitien that
Lionabout the Citadelle
asked again. With' new
airport and highway,
;the steep mountain
.the Citadelle be a se-
Udneck? Shouldn't there
Dr-road from Milot up to
he's, deliberately inac-
|brtress?
against point out that
he charm of the excur-
'the horse-ride up wind
p through the forest
e. thrill of accomplish-
you think of the climb
.ect --would be lost if
id, not as the King did,


Etienne, Tourist Bu-
ed at Cap Haitian,
his romantic argument
head . .Would you
jr the escalators from
re State Building so
rs might get the exact
of height by walking


Sbe serious about this.,
in Le Matin of Friday
e whole future of tour-
e whole North depends
his problem is solved.'
B do.not like the horse
he always rough, often
racks lit rains some-
the tourist season]. It
lany tourists hop hap-
lorse back for the first
t, but quite a few
- having had enough
And when it rains
y excursions had to be
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L'hich offers the banal -thrills.
. of ome kinds of quick sight- bere .-ts t'
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: LOST YACHT FINDS .. "
CAP "HAVEN.
A critical eye was turned on
Cap Haitien last week by some
visiting American yachtsmen -
and they left full of enthusias-
tic appreciation of the Cap and
its possibilities: Best dock we
ever tied up at since Washing-
ton, D.C.. After visiting the Ci-
beside the blue Atlantic, a 20- tadelle and Milot: This place
has wonderful potentialities es-
pecially in the tourist business.

r m Citade e after citing Port Le The yawl Patricia Ca berthed alongside the inner section of the
rm tCap has more to offer than the
Or Cadillac? capital. 600-ft. pier at Cap Haitien. Built by Compania de Industrias
OrC dila ?Afaritimos engineers and crew, the giant wharf can accommodate
one day to spare. Besides, many The 7 sailors dame on board i tims e s ad c te g t hrf cn a'
twists are in te en te s e th ocean-going vessels. Along the pier can be seen the new cus-.
tuie s road e nd here. ad et or The schooner uSeaweedM and the
tourist d in e enc a toms house, 50.ton crane, and behind, the 400 foot, long warehouse.
phrase odun certain age,. yawl Patricia C, and like all sail-
in no mood or condition for ors they had a yarn to tell. Seems .. -
strenuous mountaineering. These they had left Miami on a Carib-
figures speak for themselves. bean cruise together as far as
When the New Amsterdam land- Georgetown, British Guiana. Mis
ed 833 tourists in 1949, of the led by unfavorable reports they
228 who set out for the Cita- had planned to give Haiti a wide
delle, only 124 arrived at their berth. Sailing by from Cuba, the
destination; the rest turned ships were separated during the
back. But 827, driving along the night by high 40 m.p.h. winds. .
country road with plenty of The ,Seaweed, turned around in
time for sightseeing, visited the search then anchored off Port-de-
palace at Milot. Paix. From there they contact-
Etienne says that 78 per cent ed the American Consulate who
of tourists want a good road. notified Haitian coastguards as
Of the remainder, a large per- well as search craft and aircraft 'Ir I' A,
centage would prefer helicop- from Guantanamo Bay naval
terms, and a large number of station. Meanwhile the Patricia -
'those who want the status quo C.which had anchored off the
are folk who, as they mounted- west coast of La Tortue bad limp.E SSO
cursed their guides under their ed into Cap Haitien harbour and SSO
breath and swore, nevermore., was also initiating anxious inqui-
Tourism is ndot a sentimental ries about her sister ship when i E T A
business, says Etietne. .You the other finally arrived. Getting* -0 UOO Oi
have got to give your client a new gasket k the crew in
what he asks for.. Haiti for several days, but they
did riot regret it. SERVING HAITI FOR MO RE THAN 30 YEARS
Ed. Note: We do want to Original idea for the trip
spare the tourist. the discomfort, "*ume from Dick Lodge, skipper For 50 Years .... The People Who
but not to rob him of the thrill of the Seawsveed., With pal Jack
About 30 minutes ride before Wright, ulso formerly from the I' Know Air Conditioning Best
the peak of the Bonnet a l'Evr University of M aryland, and his 10 Podels For oom Q f Every Size
que, the colossal prow of thc. cousins l'om, and Lad Dumond e orBoomsOSize
Citadelle looms into view. Let !re sailed south from Baltimor.
the road end here, anid let your They joined up in Miami with C arrer
tourist awed and fired at once Tom Burgan, Joe Edward and
by the formidable B'astille re- Bob Mootz on the yawl, then set From a modest be3troum. to a big conference room,
sppnd to its challenge, and as- off, using power and sail, on the there is a right-size Ca: rier Room Air Condition-
cend the track along which bleed Caribbean roundabout. They are er for the job. When you choose from Carrier's
ing slaves drew the heavy stone doing picture stories for National wide range of models you never pay too much or
blocks, each, they say, paid for Geographic and while in British get too little The air conditioner is matched to
by a human life. The Citadelle Guiana and Venezuela hope to your exact requirements. ,
is NOT the kind of monument do some prospecting as well. WALTER BRAUN. s1isf'r;11n'



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The Haitian story i.- spreading


night. around Latin America like prai-
They didn't see Miami and rie fire. I mn in a .unique .1 s-
they made haste to route them- toning post because I am now
selves home by way of Havana, engaged in organizing for The
wishing no more of the United Mi:mni Daily News a Pan Ame-
'States. rican branch of the Golden
The newspaper for which I Gloves boxing tournament.
work as sports editor, The Mi- Three weeks ago Haiti was
Sami Daily News, investigated the much interested in sending a
Haitian matter 'and discovered team to our tournament in Mi-
Sthe Immigration Department had ami. Now it looks as if the Hai-
acted through strict interpreta- tians, as well as some others
tion of new-Congressional action, who have come to doubt United
-Here, in- Southern Florida we States hospitality, will stay at
live with Latin Americanneigh- home.
hours. Havana is 50 minutes This is a small matter and is
away, San Juan, Puert6 Rico, only used as an example of La-
Citdad Trujillo and Port-au- tin American sentiment. I trust
Prince are nearer than any corn- that our neighbours can be re-
parable United States city. We assured officially and shall come
are closely associated with Latin to regain their faith in our friend
America socially and in business, ship.
Presumably the Good Neigh- Nothing but an official apolo-
botr policy, instituted by one of gy will do any good. Bill Baggs,
our last three great presidents columnist of The Miami Daily
is still in effect. Flnridians try News, and I have talked with a
to live by it and when our na- representative of the President
tio al.go.;ernment wilfully in- of Haiti but we are af/pid we,
sults-visitors from a friendly have not convinced him that the
neighbour, we feel ourselves let episode was an accident.
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Floridians Tell Ike


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As a military man you have, !
I know, a' particular admiration i
for the Haitians whose fight for
hberty in the days of Jean
Dessalines was won against
greater obstacles than our own.
Respectfully yours,
Stanley Woodward.

Haiti's Attitude
Continued from Pa-ge 1
been recommended by the State
Department for Haiti, and that
the Haitian government, when
consulted, had turned down the
nomination.
Journalists of the U.S. Negro
Press had hotly debated this sub-
ject, and had made damaging
remarks at the alleged'attitude
of the government of Haiti.
The facts are: 1) No such ap-
pointment was ever suggested
to the Haitian government; 2.)
The Haitian government would
welcome an American citizen of
any race, and coloured American
diplomats here are nothing new."
Frederic Douglass was once Am-
bassador to Haiti; 3.) The nom-
ination of the distinguished edu-
cationalist and diplomat Dr.
Davis of Maryland was the only
one made.

DR. J. P. ACHARD DUE HERE
TODAY. OPENING OF CHIL-
DREN SEMINAR AT 3 P.M.
Dr. Jose P.'Achard, President
of the Delegation of the National
Institute for the Protection of
Children, is due here today with
two members of the Institute :
his colleague Hector 'Bedoasa
and Mile Adela Freiro Munoz.
The three representatives of
the International Institute for
the Protection of Children will
take part in the works of the
Seminar which will open tomor-
row at 3" p.m. under the presi-
dency of Secretary of State of
Labour, Mr. Roger Dorsinville.

NEW DIRECTOR
OF IMMIGRATION
'New Director of the Depart-
ment of Immigration is capable,
energetic Mr. Jacques Rich4,
former deputy director. With
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