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FIRE IN PET
.iew of the conflagration which consumed two houses before
emen went into action. Photo Peloux
!he Wandering Greek: No Country
S Wants Arisfidis Vasilos
KINGSTON, Jamaica -
SGreek seaman who has
n deported from the United
.tes and Haiti, was placed on'
ard a Pan American aircraft
local immigration authorities,
d sent back to Haiti, on Sat-
The man who has so far been
nt out of three countries, is
According to the story told
e Gleaner", Vasilos left a
eek ship in New York har-
ur some time around the mid-
e of 1952. On November 21.
t year, he married an Ame-
an citizen, Angela Levendis,
th the hope of gaining per-
nent residence in the United
[The third in the series of
avel stories currently appear-
g -in the Haiti Sun].
Long ago pirate vessels shel-
ed from pursuit, or from hur-
canes in the numerous bays
# d inlets along the great south-
ipeninsula of Haiti.
Jong the north coast of this
dinsula,-and still a well known
A few months after his 'mar-
riage he was deported from the
States. Then he went to Haiti,
where he spent five months, be-
fore the Haitian immigration
authorities deported him.
He came on to Jamaica by
Pan American plane on Thurs-
day last, intransit to Panama,
where he said he would catch a
ship headed for his homeland.
Permission was given Vasilos
to remain here for two days.
But at the expiration of this
time lie refused to leave the is-
land when the Pan American
station wagon called at Sailor's
Rest, where he was staying, to
Continued on Page 16
:e Of Haiti
haven for sailing ships is the
Baie des Baraderes. Into the
bays empties the river Bara-
deres, and three kilometres up-
stream, with the narrow river
for its main street rises the old
town of Baraderes, the lVenice
To get to this unusual town,
the traveller may go by road
Continued on Page 14
A roaring conflagration con-
sumed two houses, :ihrearened
the neighbourhood with leaping
orange flames near the electric-
lit flowered square at Petion-
ville, besides the church of St.
Pie'rre. Wednesday night's fire
was one of the worst ever in Pe-
tionville, and the first one of
size in three years.
What threw the neighbour-
hood into panic was the absence
of a firt brigade at Petionville,
and furthermore water supplies
were inadequate. As the flames
rose and threatened to spread,
people screamed, mattresses and
bundles of furniture w e r e
thrown through windows.. Oth-
ers sprinkled the walls of their
houses with water. At Cabanon,
Petionville's petit movie theatre,
movie-goers, fearful ot being
trapped, streamed out at the
first alarm. Movie projector and
u " ""'-"
C j" r- c 1
Mr. & Mrs. Jacky Desclhamps a
Happy sequel to the serious
curred last week wheir at 6.2
Deschamps gave birth to a heal
baby boy, Jacky Jr This week
doing fine. Black-haired, blue-e
baby, was kicking and lively; r
Mr. Jacky Deschamps andl
say they hope he will grow
Georges Chevallier who perform
AMrs. Deschamps and to w\hon
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VV' UJ \ ..V .M J L
RONY CHENET, Jr. '
GRANT RESPONSIBLE .
SUNDAY. AUGUST 16th 1953 No. 43
HBOURHOOD OF THE WEEK
other furniture were hurriedly Whenever he comes to Port-
removed, even before the roof au-Prince nearly every other
began to smoke. passer-by greets Doe Reser ..I've .
The fire stared at the rea got ten thousand friends in-
Coutnuir d oi Page 16 Haiti*, he says estimating con-
servatively -I simply treat' peo-
Artist Injured In South- pe with the same'courtesy wilth
West; And What which they treat me.. Doc made
Treatment He Got many, of these town friends dur-.
Shen Edgr F i, U o ing and after the Exposition -:
When Edgar Francois, Unesco P
when he' operated Chez Paul- ':
artist. 'as seriously hurt in a
ine, at the home where Pauline ::'
car accident last Sunday in the
Bonaparte [facts of history not-
South the injured man, despite
withstanding] once slept.
efforts of his deeply concerned But h ,
But hale, hearty Stanley Reser .
friends, had to suffer inore than
prefers to live in the country, in
48 hours of agonised waiting be- '.
.Jo Qx1,eQE~..ogpi.rned caille; one of,
fore he "could obtain requireif
a settlement of a hundred mud
medical treatment. Then- he was
huts in the wild fertile plain of; J
refused entrance to Port au
Prince hosp.lt Continued on Page 5 I-.
Prince hospital. ...
On the road to Bainct, Fran- Letter From.National '
cois 'was sitting on the spare tire Team layers To
at the back of a jeep kingg pic- Federation Officialsy
The Regional Committee, F.H.F. i
Cor tinued on Page 16 !-,
Stade Paul E. Magloire,
Chalet du Pare Leconte.
Messieurs the members of the
Considering the humiliating :'
con editions under which. the
Haitian Football Federation let
us travel recently, conditions
which hindered us lfom uphold-
ing the prestige of our country,.:
w- while members of the Cpm- .
mittee were well supplied with
.expense monney. the under-
%igned players have decided not
to play in the next tourney ;
Continued on Page 4
A prominent hotel proprietor "4
ud Jacky Jr.- Photo Hniti Stun has challenged a prominent thea- '
s Arnmy Day shooting accident oc- ter l)roprietor to a duel. ,
5 o'clock Monday evening Mrs. The hotel gent, an excellent .
lthy four and three quarter pound swordsman, has'given the thea-
n d both baby and mother were ter man the choice of weapons,
eyed junior, who is a seven month even machette. Seconds are .
another is sitting up..even walking. searching for the theater pro-
w\,ife looking at baby's long hands prietor.
up to be a surgeon like Dr. Results will be published in
armed the emergency operation on our next issue. Cause of the
the family feels great gratitude conflict was *UNWELCOME IN-
9Letter From The Publisher
W' e want you to get your ,Haiti Sui. on Sunday morimng,
.-thhe one day when there is no ,mad rush for work, and toune for
.'" leisurely reading.
'But it is never easy; rather, producing your nc'tspapcr is a
'-slow, difficult infuriating process. When the stories and news
",have been verified and then cleanly typewritten thcy go to the
y:~in.otypes, where, if lead is available, they are typed in lead -
":0 hot tiresome job. The inevitable mistakes will be corrected
-. iy the proofreader, who sends the type back to the linotypist
pi corrections and more mistakes.
S The page setting with the old type forms suffers terribly un-
"'der.the. heqvy hands of a rough unskilled setter. Not seldom a
.: Hole page crumbles into a pile of lead. -Next comes a last page
',roo 'where more mistakes can often be .made, in the final
:;effort .o produce a readable paper. For example, if pblicized
:at the time, this.printer's devilry might have laig our heads on.
.he block: President, military officials and leaders of the com-
I munists"attended. (COMMUNITY, not.COMMUNISTS, was in-
e. tnded, but the linotypist did not know enough English). From
.:; the setting table the forms are carried to the press-a monstrous
.."iece of mnechanis-,i which rolls like Hasco's old steam engine.
i'. it is willing and when treated with respect it will shoo off
several l thousands of.cleanly printed papers. But maybe a pic-
Sure block is not finely adjusted, then look at that photographh*!
S Then there is the cutting process entirely up to the skill
S.qnd above all the good humour of the cutter; next a team of men
put the pages together, and if a ablague. session should develop
into fisticuffs you may read page 1 thrice and never see the
-other sheets. Finally the distribution should get underway -
but distribution has killed more newspapers in Haiti than poli-
ics. A dishonest boy can sell out an entire delivery of subscrib-
i'ers' copies, or as often happens some pal may swipe your copy
.%,before you see it ,and pass it on to other friends.
Last -week pannee, of the press shortage of lead -
.o ink Sunday the printer's Sabbath (workmen said as they
S"lithely left itndotne'the thingsthey are paid to hdve done) -
l musitg delivery boys. The result, which we deeply regret, 'was
;,.that your .BHaiti Sun., appeared late last week.
: -P.S.: But the. worries are ours, not yours. And we are on
t', ie road to .revolutionizing the system.
; * * * ... . L L **
HE BULLETIN OF THE signet of the Red Cross. The
.'AITIAN' RED CROSS aim of this bulletin is to give in-
STh' Haitian Red Cross, head- formation concerning the activi-
e- by br. Louis Roy has just is- ties of said institution which has
suedd its first bulletin. It is a already proved itself for assist-
.ismart monthly" review under an ing victims of disaster.
l.tlus.trated cover .bearing the
S( ) (Pi)
2 5 g *I Dinner Dancing
.Newly Formed Orchestra)
WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY
From 8.3,0 P.M.
f RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED PHONE 23SO
T SUNDAY, AUGUST 16
1S Beech Street,
July 25, 1953.
Mr. Bernard Diederich
Would it he contrary to the
practices of your paper to pub-
lish the following?
I am an American who would
like'to correspond with anyone
in Haiti who is interested in
writing on the following sub-
I.- Railroads of Haiti [opera-
tions, equipment, locomotives,
cars, etc., both past and present,
of all the lines.] I would be glad
to pay for photos of the equip-
nient. Also, the banana opera-
tions around Saint-Marc.
2.- History of Haiti, particu-
larly under Soulouque and Gef-
frard, but any other period as
I am interested in any infor-
mation in general about Haiti,
but the two above subjects are
special hobbies of mine. I under-
stand French and write it very
badly, but prefer English.
The 'Haiti Sun, comes to m6
through a friend [Mr. McFarlan
of Downington, Pa., who is a
subscribers, and though I have
not yet been to Haiti I have al-
ready learned a great deal about
the country through your inter-
esting columns. .
Thank you very much.
Rarry B. Chase.
The Haitian delegation of
scouts and guides headed by Mr.
Gerard Pierre-Louis clippered
back home Wednesday after at-
tending the great international
scout meeting held in Kingston.
The delegation had left Haiti
at the end .of July and spent fif-
teen clays abroad. It wa; com-
posed of the following members:,
Marie Ange St. Julien, Yolande
Dorestant, Marie Therese Cam-
ille, Jacque C'harles. Grard
Gateau, Fritz Prophete, Luc
Senatus. Weber Jeanty, Chris-
OFF TO THE STATES
Mrs. Ducasse Jumelle, wife of
the Secretary of State of Inte-
rior, left for New York last
UN Head In Haiti
Mr. Raoul Aglion Returns
Alir Raoul Aglion, United Na-
tions Director in Haiti, returned
to Port au Prince Thursday af-
ter a busman's holiday in Eu-
rope and the U.S.A. M. Aglion
-turned his vacation leave into a
successful special mission to ob-
tain more technical assistance
for Haiti. Details of new IUN
projects will be published when
we' interview M. Aglion in our
INTERESTED IN HAL,!
Mr. Dovet Jurman, a'
yelledd and experienced.
businessman, arrived ii
Wednesday for a thre
stay. He is studying i
ties of establishing an ent
Incidentally some extra fertile.
carp for the fisheries of Haiti
are being flown in from Israel.
.The carp who were four
when they left were borne in
special containers direct to Cuba
whence a local officer is going
to fetch them this week.
His Excellency Ambassador
of Italy to Port au Prince, Mr.
Agoptino Maraldi, left Wednes-
day for Miami.
Mr. George Meeker, an Ame-
rican engineer and chemist, ar-
rived in Port Wednesday accom-
panied by his wife and their son
William accompanied by his
wife Barbara. They. areresiding
at the Hotel Oloffson.
By presidential decree M. Lu-
ther Morris has been granted
Haitian nationality. The new
Haitian citizen recently took the
oath of loyalty before the.pean
of the civilian court.
Dynamic Port au Prince pre-
fect, Mr. Marc Nahlum, has just
got 23,000 gourdes from the Pe
tionville City Hall, for the build-
ing of gutter-stones stretching
from the corner of the market
to Portail St. Pierre.
The PrefeCt was on the job
early Monday surveying the pro.
NEIGHBOUR IN LINE
FOR WORLD CROWN
Nino Valdez, heavyweight of
Cuba, scored an upset victory
over Ezzard Charles, former
world heavyweight champion in
the meeting last Tuesday. Val-
dez won on points after having
struck down Charles in the ninth.
The URM99, when e
with the RM motor feed
ing, as illustrated, provj
6 ft. steel changes. THt
raised and lowered,by-'a
liqder air motor. The'
pressure can be regulated
class of rock by a press
lating valve. '
The D99DT drill used;
URM Wagon has the-ii
ed exhaust control vali,
niently operated by th!
throttle handle. This ei
blowing induces more f
cleaning of the hole resui
faster drilling, eliminal
stuck steels and greater
PAVING BREAKERS -
The B87 paving .
which weighs 81 Ibs. ii
amended for street opeo
general demolition w\ork
ever a powerful machine.
The tool retainer an
end are of exceptional
construction. It has a rei
liner so that v.hen w\ea.
it is not necessary to'repl
entire chuck end. Th.'t
tainer is substantial, 64a
ing to withstand rough-tr"
and is extremely wear rei
Agent in Haiili
Address: Place de l'Ex
Tel. 2381 : 269
P. O. Box 3971
SUNDAY, AUGUST 14'
K 94, ff A-i pi
OIST 16th 1953 AITI SUN
an Seminar For the Protection
Of Children In Progress
d meeting of the Hai- committee of the Seminar, Rev.
bar for the protection Father Le Bihan, Mr. Francois
took place in the Latortue, Mr. Raymond Doret,
Sof the Department Me Lelio Louissaint,- Mr. Felix
i under the presidency Baker, Director of the Bureau of
ktes Colimon, assisted Sports, and many others attend-
SL. Fouchard. Mme. ed.
Williams Victor, Mlle In a brief speech Mr. Dantes
.res, and Dr. Franck Colimon talked of the visit of
I. the foreign delegates to our
ry of State for Labour, different social works, particu-
ar Dorsinville, members larly Marbial, which they visit-
Mlegation of the Inter- ed Wednesday morning accom-
1 Institute for the pro- panied by Messrs. Emmanuel
SChildren, Dr.1ose P. Gabriel Jean-Frangois, Francois
Miss Adela Freire Mu- Delpe and Emile Legros. Next
ibers of the organizing Miss Adela Freire Munoz, in her
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FIRE IN PETIONVILLE
tinued from Page 1
wooden house belonging
gois Moise, burnt it to
lid and quickly spread
ighbouring home, that
ayor Toureau which it
.Dozens of citizens rush-
'and jammed telephone
n their attempts to caMl
au Prince fire brigade.
au"Price no call was
'but'Lt. Georges Elie of
e .brigade, like many city
aw the red glare in the
d. .started, off to Pe-
e' with one fite engine
t(empty) water truck. The
ip- the winding Pan Ame-
Avenue, crowded with cu-
folk, took 20 minutes.
ter was located after some
eitime was lost, and'the bri-
went into action.. Citizens
in house-coats and pyjamas
watched as the corrugated iron
roof of the Moise house fell in,
giving a new view across the
flames of the engineer Ville-
drouin's new apartment house
on the corner of the square. By
11 p.m. water was turned off as
the fire was finally extinguish-
BAPTISM OF FIRE
Young private Willy Fortune,
a five day recruit of the Brigade
received a real baptism under
fire last Wednesday.' In the
height of the action he was in-
jured when falling timber struck
his nose and forehead. After
first aid at the Petjonville Army
H. Q., he returned with sticking
plaster covering his face,, to take
an active part in controlling the
St Seriously Iniured brought to Jacmel. Over. the
'Continued from Page 1
is for the Visual Aid Studio.
ie jeep spun around a'curve,
a rut in the road. and Ed-
gflew otf. He landed on his
[, hit his chin against a rock
iwas kayoed He was trans-
ted to the Bainet clinic where
aid was rendered, and artist
rd .Luckner Lazare, recently
Irned From Paris, came down
ieep to Port au Prince to re-
eaanwhile, as Franqois's con-
bn was considered serious,
Delparthient of Publi'c Health
Sa truck to Bainet to take
Ato Jacmel. A Haitian Army
ie was sent from Port 3 p.m.
iday to pick .up the injured
b'ut it left without him -
had not yet been
bad rutted roads, his condition
required that he he transported
It was midnight before the
Public Health Department truck
, arrived iii Jacmel, where Fran
cois remained until the next
lay's regular flight to Port an
Tiie:r the final, irony. The
sick man was refused: admit
tance in the city hospital because
it was not consultation, day
Francois was taken to the Assaci
Roy clinic where he was given
immediate treatment. X-rays
showed no fractures, but a dis
placed patella. Now recovering
from serious shock and contu-
sions, Francois is confined to
bed,' at home, for at least a
native Spanish, told her impres-
sions of her. various visits. She
spoke highly of I~Ille Jacqueline
Turian's kindergarten where she
found the children very happy
and which she deemed very well
equipped. She talked about the
Infant-asylum at La Saline, and
that of Mme. Walker. She laid
special emphasis on Marbial
which had also drawn the at-
tention, of the delegates. Refer-
ring to Marbial she praised the
efforts of UNESCO to protect
children. The teaching staff
gives the impression not only of
being equal to, their task, but
also of doing it with love., she
Finishing her speech she de-
clared that it is indispensable
to have a school for social as-
The female lecturer won appre
ciative applause from the at-
Next, Mr. Georges Clinton of
the Bureau of Sports spoke of
the slow evolution of physical
training in Haiti, Mr. Felix
Baker talked of his plans to cre-
ate a park for children on the
Exposition grounds, Minister
Dorsinville supported the idea of
Mr. Baker hoping that physical
training be given a boon in Hail
ti, Mr. Roger Bernard discoursed
on pastimes and amusements
and Mr. Maurice Pierre on -The
child at school and at work.,
FOURTH DAY OF
CHILD LABOUR SEMINAR'
During the fourth day of the
Seminar on child labour, Mme
Valcin. one of Haiti's leading
feminists, was one of the speak
er.. All Haitians, said she, music
unite 'their efforts in the fighl
against. misery and ignorance.
Father Pohquen, another
speaker, said that in his opmn
ion, charitably inclined person:
weie not wanting. It wvas or
ganizztion that was needed HI
advanced the suggestion of
* Bureau ce 1'Enfance attached
'either to the Department n
Health, or to the Department -
Labour. Minister Roger Dorsir
ville also stressed the need fo
United effort to allow the social
- projects of the country to accoon
e plish their aims.
I ACCIDENT AT
SST. MICHEL GROUNDS
August 10th at about 5p m. at
* accident, took place at thi
Grounds of the b.irracks of thi
* sub district of St.. Michel, non
Sunder construction. Two work
men and t.wo prisoners fell fron
a scaffold which slipped from <
Felix Surby, one of the work-
ers received injuries to his right
foot, and the other Franqois
Rousseau, had his hands scratch
ed. One of the prisoners, Esti-
lien Louis, had his left toe muti-
lated and his right foot dislocat-
ed; the uther, Metelus Celestin,
bled through the mouth.
They were given medical as-
sistance by the physician of the
Department of Public Health
AFTER EVERY GAME
yoIEs I L KES V
Distributors: Usine a Glace Nationale -
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and the corporal of the sub dis-
- From the Thursday, August
13th issue of 'Le National..
*L'Ass ociation Mixte de l'Oeu
vre Chretienne. will hold a sol-
emyi meeting at St. Vincent de
Paul College today at 0.30 a.m. .
in memory of its recently deceas
ed vice-president Dr. Paul Salo-
Paie 4 tRAIT! Sun.
SON FALLS IN HARBOUR,
DROWNS WHILE FISHVG
While fishing with his father
in Port au Prince harbour last
week Charitable Thelus, ainted
suddenly, fell into the sea and
drowned. The Martissant jus-
tice of peace drew up a report.
Charitable Thelus was buried in
Martissant the following day,
reports 'La Phalange. Wednes-
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Installation is quick and easy. There's
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NELO SOSA AND THE
AT CABANE CHOUCOUNE
On Saturday afternoon Nelo
Sosa and the famed Conjunto
Colonial orchestra arrived in
Port au Prince for an engage-
ment at he Cabane Choucoune.
The Conjunto Colonial, well
known to Radio Prokreso listen-
ers, was engaged by Mme Ma-
rini to bring to Haiti its own spe
cial brand of rhythm for the en-
tertainment of the select clien-
tele of the Choucoune. Ernest
Lamy rates it as one of the
best in Cuba.
Last week Saturday after a
quarter of a century in Haiti a
well-beloved couple left for their
native Scotland. They are Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander McDonald of
the National 'Bank of the Hai-
tian Republic. Mr. McDonald
first arrived in Haiti in 1027-28
among a group of auditors of the
National City Bank of New York,
entrusted with the task of in-
specting the National Bank of
the Republic. When on his sec-
ond visit here one year later,
Mr. McDonald, then Inspector of
the Branch in Havana was trans
ferred to Port au Prince where
he had remained until his re-
It is difficult to overestimate
the services Mr. McDonald has
rendered, this country. He com-
pletely reorganized the old-fa-
shioned banking system here,
while improving relations be-
tween the officials of the Na-
tional City Bank and the Haitian
employees. He made changes in
the Credit Department and the
Control, system of funds. sPrac-
tice and Procedure., the banking
code of the National City was
adopted through his suggestions.
In. short, Mr. McDonald was
chiefly responsible for making
the National Bank of Haiti one
of the most respected institu-
tions in the new world.
Celebrating birthdays t h i s
week were. Liliane Duvivier
who had friends around to her
Babicle home for a shower par-
ty Thursday. Tuesday Michel
Noisette celebrated her 9th birth
day. Sunday Marie Nicole Ar-
ther will bamboche her 7th
Celebrating their birthdays
this coming week: on the 23rd
is Gerda Tippenhauer's fete, al-
se businessman Max Duvi\ier'
The 21st is Jean Woel's feast
Now ashore at Port au Prince
is Miss Helen Payne of St. Tho-
mas, U.S. Virgin Islands, one of'
the few professional yachtswo-
men in the world. Small, deeply
tanned with a pleasing person-
ality, Helen tells few yarns
about her unusual occupation.
However, 13 years ago she first
sailed from the States to the
Virgin Islands in a schooner, and
loved it. She has been cruising
between the U.S. and the \Vest In
dian islands ever since, either
skippering her own boat or as
a part of the crew of others.
Born in Wisconsin, she has
travelled a lot over the States,
once had a passion for horses,
*but you can't live on a horse.,
The sea-going life is the great
life, she feels chiefly because
after long watches at night, and
ship-board toil by day, 'Port,
any port seems so much fun. -
and Port au Prince is the nicest
she has visited so far..
Rev. Father Halaby has been
appointed Vicar at Cotes-de-Fer.
Rev. Father Emmanuel has'been
appointed Vicar at Port au
Prince, and Rev. Father Benoit,
Vicar at Arcahaie.
Heraux Tours have bought
two new Renaults for their 'ser-
vice de tickets..
Two ,top officials of the U. S.
State Department are flying to
the Caribbean for a week's visit
before continuing to Mexico.
Donald B. Lourie, Undersecre-
tdiy of State for -Administra-
tion, and Edward T. Wailes, As-
sistant Secretary of State for
Administration, flew from Wash
ington to Havana via Miami
Thursday, August 13. Now in
Kingston, they will continue by
the Pan American World Air-
ways System to Haiti, arriving'
tomorrow, the Dominican Re-
public, back to Havana and
thence to Mexico City.
Roger Louis Baron has recent-
ly been awarded a fellowship by
the Pan American Union in
Washington, D.C. to complete
,his observations and studies in
economics at McGill University
Mr. Adrien Mallebranche senior
staff member of the ( Haitian
Tourist Bureau in New York,
clippered in Port Wednesday to
attend the funeral of his father,
Mr. Hermann Mallebranche.
It is reported that Excelsior
football team is scheduled to
travel to Port-de-Paix-where it
will play a series of two matches
with local teams.
LETTER TO F.(
and to inform:
have asked their
their respective c'
mon a general as
filiated club deleJ
capital to obtain i
Avec nos salutati
Antoine Tassy [Z'i
tiste [Ti Jean];,E
since; Roc Pierre[
Friday His ExcN
ter of Colombia ajc
tail party in the 1
lombia in honour'i
Pedraza of the In
Institute for the:
Mr. Edner Day':
pointed Chief of
Division at the
Paul Isaac no.w
M. Frederic De__
ministrator of, ti
an nnam.4',.' ..44t
Ce accountantUJILL a
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full basement, wni
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The central hall
-front living and'"
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tw\een all rooms.
Points of interest
ple closet space, pie
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rer (Doc) in a favourite position on the front porch
de Sac home.
*I painted it then I ate it., says
the artist, contentedly. In the
afternoon he hikes for exercise
and in the evenings joins his
adopted daughters, Marie Ruse,
SMarie Claire, Elisianne and Ira-
mene, whom he put through
school, and their friends in tell-
ing creole folk tales. Peasants
Plodding down the dusty whitc
Road near his tree-shaded front
t door always give him a hearty,
"bonjour', and gifts from coco-
Snuts to an immense hunk of
Spurple-blue Obsidian from an old
woman who said it came from
sea-goddess with instructions to
forward . rhey remind him
too to give them Christmas pre-
sents . .
But what has made Doc Reser
known.not only to peasants, Port
au Princiens and the tourists
who troop to his door, but to all
the world, is his vast knowledge
of V'odoo. Last yema he visited
in the U. S. with the scholar
Dr. Bach . and collaborated
in writing the erudite book
-Strange Altarso which is' now
on sale all over the world.
Mid-western U. S. born Doc
Reser was drawn to vodoo
through his passion for rhythm
:rnd the occult. *In 1909 I was
attracted to Ignrote drums at
the Alaska-Yukon I'acific expo-
sition in Seattle, and heard the
same thing .again in Sierra
Leone, and then again in Haiti.,
He came to Haiti during the
occupation as a pharmacist mate
in the U. S. Navy, and was re-
vered as the superintendent of
the insane asylum. in 1934, the
Haitian government asked him
to stay on, which he did, delving
deeper into vodoo lore, the while.
His wife prefers to live at Mi-
ami, with occasional visits: his
son is with PAA in South Ame-
rica, but Doc Reser stays in Hai-
ti. Like icing on the cake, as
the saying goes, they were made
for each other. Of a just. solid
character such as the country-
folk respect and admire, he is
very sympathetic towards the
country, and is one of the few
Americans who really knows
and understands the peasants.
WORKER BREAKS BACK
IN FALL FROM TRUCK
Worker Clersime Desilus fell
out of a .Grands Travaux de Mar
seille, truck last Tuesday morn
ing as it turned a sharp curve
near Carries. The workman
':vas rushed to the Asile Fran
cais in Port au Prince by one
of the managers of the company American Affairs and Regional
but died from his injuries, a Consultant in Nursing, recently
broken back and bad contu- stayed in Haiti and visited the
sions, before medical assistance Nursing Schools of Port an .
could be administered. Prince and Cap Haitien. As a
result of the discussions and
talks with our officials, a new
programme of study, which she :
UL'RSIN'G PROGRAMME IE
elaborated, will be adopted in -
Miss Catherine Kain, a mem- the Nursing .School during the :"
ber of the Institute of Inter academic yeai.
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by Roselly Miller
..HE TIE between Canada and Haiti is great, for they are both
up-and-coming nations, and particularly because certain parts
Sof Canada, [Province of Quebec] are founded on and have kept
S alive the French culture.
In a recent interview with Le Soleil, Monsieur Philippe Can-
tave, Consul-General of Haiti stressed certain facts which prove
this great relationship between the two countries.
,He alluded to the Canadian missionaries and paid them great
homage for their work.in Haiti. He attested towards the popu-
arity Cftada held for Haitian students. Many have studied in
M. pnfreal, Quebec and Ottawa, while 'the United Nations have
also sent students to study the situations here and employ'their
knowledge at home.
A well known Quebecer, Monsieur J. C. Magnan, Director of
Agriculture in quebec- has often visited Haiti and has written
three volumes on the country. Haiti was also on the agenda of
Minister of Trade and Commerce, Mr. C. D. Howe's goodwill
-. .trade mission.to Latin America.
Mr. Howe said in a recent speech to the House of Com-
mons : The reasons for the growing importance oftrade be-
tween Canada and Latin America are obvious. Latin America
I" has a population of over 150 million and vast natural resources
S complementary to our own. .. We are natural trading part-
'. ers, each in need of what the other can supply..
S.' Canada however exports more goods to other countries than
it allows for importation.- This leaves the other countries with
a bad ormmercial balance. I
-Haiti imports from Canada principally', fish, flour, news-
paper, other paper, alchool, canned meats, automobiles and ac-
:,;,'. cesspries, farming equipment,, food pastes, culinary utensils,
soalip cheese, and pharmaceutical supplies.
.Canada. in return buys only coffee, honey, sugar, sisal and
other small articles valued at 350,000 dollars a year.
S There are so many ofher products that Haiti can export to
Canada, 'such as cacao, banana, wax beans and run. The' im-
ortation of Rum to Canada is dependant on Provincial govern-
:.-.: mnt'laiws and restrictions,' as are all 'alcoholic beverages.
There is a hope that these laws and restrictions can be
oveicdme so that Haiti can establish a great Rum importation
industry here. Monsieur Ernesto Martijn, Consul-General of
Haiti in Montreal reports that recently there has been a con-
'. stant exchange of views with the high officials of the Canadian
Government to permit a fldw of goods into Canada from Haiti,
particularly the Haitian Rum. Let us hope that thisurgent
i problem will be favourably solved to'the advantages of both
I New Shippir
'; -Westley Stear
takes'pieasure in a
eral Agent in Hait
It is also anno
C'or.pany of New
cargo service from
vnd Cleveland, ,dire
schedules and assis
ng Company Agents ?
ship Company of New York,
announcing the appointment of
)ING CO. S. A., as new Gen-
>unced that Westley Steamship
York, 'has established a fast
t ihicago, Milwaukee, Detroit
ot to Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
on concerning rates, sailing
stance in solving your shipping
R WOEL of the GENERAL
)ING CO. S. A.
HOTEL SIMBI SHOWING
Madame Ganot's air condition-
ed hotel aSimbi is beginning to
show itself among the citron
trees at Martissant. A new road
started Wednesday gave\the lo-
cation of Haiti's most modern
hotel to be. Robert Baussan is
TOP SKIER CRASHES INTO
LOG WHILE DRINKING COKE
Limping around his wheel
alignment and brake-testers at
the Police Auto Inspection gar-
age is Lt: Fritz Leon who re-
cently suffered leg Injuries
while water skiing.
The lieutenant, a first rate
skier was skimming over the
strip of water in front of "the
Bamboo Club at Martissant when
a friend at.the club reached ouf
and handed him a coke as he
flipped past. On draining the
bottle his visibility dropped to
nil and a floating log flew up
and bruised both thighs.
UNION SCHOOL ON
IW'AY TO COMPLETION
The new Union School build- .Cambodge tbo6
ing on the Exposition near the Chhum-Men of the'
Aquarium and Scisp headquart- .is spending a mon
ers is showing signs of comple- ing schools on a Ui
tion, but will not be finished in ship.
time for school opening.
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ON YOUR ROAD TO
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cOitadelle La Ferriere,, make.your stay
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ftere awaits you, a new and. attra.i
Mnent atop Carenage Hill, overlooking a
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Didcributor in Haiti CHARLES FEQUIERE
54 Rue Roux Tel: 3279 2245 5173
re Is A German Fraulein
Pen Pal- Interested?
.. an interesting let-
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,; American Cultural
She has the quali-
we all loveit. I like the hot mu-
sic and the. dance.
Now, dear Mister Gayne, I say
once more, that you shall not be
angry about my letter. I would
be filled with joy to get an ans-
wer of you. If it is not possible
holders offer an incomprehengi.
ble. opposition to the policy 'of
booing that crop, undertaken
by the government. ,Unex-
plainable difficulties, have been
raised by the Custom-house of
that town about a stupid ques-
tion of over time and have caus-
ed the Habanex to stop its for-
wardings at Petit-Goave to re-
sume them .at Fauche; between
ayne to Write me,'I would like, that Grand'Goave
"e astonishedto get you ask a friend or a girl-friend fort. As a
a forign.girl, that to write a letter to a Berlin girl, the ships h
frMd you.-. But I iWhen you answer, please, write prejudiciabl
une you the way to me, if I .iay write my letter in and to the
address, In Texas, Gerfnan, because I don't like to fruit .
live an aunt and an write letters, where are so much 'L'Ecran,
*me m an.d each. month d'
me ad each.month mistakes, that you and' your the shipping
6oi of ARIZONA friends burst with laughter]. Petit-Goave
. Now, in the last Muchgreet. .. the transpol
I found' your. letter My address:,. longdistanc
wof yourphbtograph. elga raue centage of ,
ree..men. I thought, Berlin -,65 ed..
,.-In the middle of Swakopmunder Str. 30 II. ,
.;you.,are. 'And sud-'-
t to. write.ea letter to
S,:. PE.TIT GDA AVE IS:
it 'ui ebhe 4otA
rh doe- COMPLAINING lan"
t letter and.ex- .. I'
3ut. only... 'Sutch is 'the title Of. an article
SEnglish .hieh appeared: n a recent is-
i ol.ar m sue oLe Nouvelliste. It'runs.
Sin ortjhograpby andm follow
It have no dictionary; Last. week we-noted the en- ..
S' :.;. husiasmi of Petit-Goavien re-
t j'.... g icingg 'at. t banana shipments th
art a years .d) madm. e from their port by Haba- ,
_.Arl^ i and-. ne'x,' pointedntd out how hiap' HI
*ite &i-A:.don't y ith iog p'pton of the y- .
-:a.m-ib tI a-- athletic tiwn of Emperor .Fai ': STAND
5ive withl mlu a- *t st a was so see that frit i.com
6 ..i3. years old." pany favour the commerce. of ,
e'in :ti !-' Petit-Goaye. 'we have been ufI ...
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Writer Reviews Haiti Cherie)
Mrs EiBeft'Scheeyer, free lance when one is allowed to explore
',iioo.antd photographer of Los only the land, here .we see also
Z s,.1received a copy of the charm of another, frontier,
e i from, the, local the under-water' gardens.of Iro-
ig er, Henri .Dlschamps of quois. This is possible with 217
Po:' dtu" Prince, and. it Mame at photographs, 18 of which are in
,T' !solme tiinm'e'she had a request color. "Having the title of the
write a guest column for a champion spear-fisher of 1952,
S k-eekly' newspaper. Enthusios- Mr. Isy-Schwart combines his
.lai she wrote a review of talents of photographer together
.. . aift.i e. a4nd it will. be in. with that of the sport of spear-
'Au:Aist 7th issue of the 'fishing and behold, adventure is
I''B'ritih iMessenger. t. is included when the close-ups of
t ;e here :' a spear-fisher is shown with a
I-UHERIE -by Marcel Isy-. piece of sea-urchin between his
wart. [6.50]. Pub. by Henri' lips waiting for his playmates of
::.' Desclhmnps, Haiti. the sea to come close and nibble
.: therefrom. And still again, we
o-hbeairried:awayJ .to an is-- see the diver at the floor of the
f encbantrnent; and df in- ocean seeking out 'the vari-col-
iite versatility of romance and poured corals, of. Ioguois Reef.
hi g rgu6'--is to Iread HAITI-CHE- ^
geis. to read HAITI-CHE Two hundred and seventy dif-
:a book which .:will :delight ,fererspcies of fish were found
an-chilr, travelers [like my- of the Caribbean
trli] :ie attthor, Marcel Isy- Sea, by-the American naturalist,
ar' t tke you vith him on William.' Bebe, and in the book
fis' elf;t-es. witb his fas-. it is thrilling to see some of these
Uang .p photographs. of land-
E .*3 ..-'.hotographs .of lad- 'varieties, along With the under-
i:'' Ac.sife of Haiti, and under- water views of coral, sea-plants,
: eascapes.. Quite a depar-' and the divei' with his active
taiiguhl 'travel books
o .uu t l b s spear looking for game.
SE A L In an reassuring confidence
.the author' tells you he found
%" the sharks' more afraid of him'
Than he was of them and found
SIt'-difficultqto get.;close enough
A for photographs, and he came to
7 these coricltions after two and
Sa.,half months of deep.sea dii'ing.
He eve photographedd. a rare
.anrinal survivedd from pre-his-
t6rc times,. the iguana, a sort
Sot. giant lizard. lBut his hunit-.
ing'..was not confined to the sea
alone, for the ':author:takes us
on a visit to 'the various indus-
tries of fishing, straw carpets,
hand'crafts of wood working in
h Eah6g!any, and plantations of si-
Ad"intg .N c1hies sal, to nathe, a few. While he
lul i achines hunts for-beautiful scenes for
asthe ,reader, Mr. Isy-Schwart
.- )comes upon the open air Thea.
tr.e de. Verdure and'gives us
scenes of,-the' talented Haitians
as they dance to their native,
Tropical tunes ,in colorful cos-
/.tumes in tune with fol songs
and the tantalizing, congo drum
beat Here, native folklore Is at
its best in its own surroundings
Sof luxuriant.palm groves.
)' Nowhere in Haiti can anyone
... complain of a lack of beauty,
THE N-TIONAL CASH ~ and there are reminders of the
T~HE NZTIOAL CASH
S ISTER CO Haitians respect for liberty
get iS aiti: Cwhich deeply carved itself in
LOTS AT L SONS their memories from their his-
P i _OUTS DyacpfinSONSs
.O. E ~? tory, by their stamps with the
:..... .,... ...~... . j PhrySgian cap of liberty, cannons
and flags. And by their stream-
ers which proclaim, In Union
There is Strength,* and 'Liberty,
Equality and Fraternity,, and by
the tomb of Dessalines and P&-
tion, fighting martyrs for liber-
ty. As does the numerous views
of the Sans Souci Palace built by
the fighting King .of Haiti, Hen-
ri Christophe, whose cause for
liberty was in opposition to Na-
Exquisite hotels are strategi-
cally placed throughout the is-
land, and beautiful strands of
beach bordered by leaning palms
are enhanced by Haitian belles
for .with its great variety -of
views, the author-photographer
has not overlooked that of the
bathing beauty. '
Althotigh it is not possible to
show all the charm and sport of
Haiti, Mr. Isy-Schwart has come
very close to doing daring things
with his camera, even to the ex-
tent of scenes- from Cock-fight-
ing, a national sport, and the
capture of his. hunt at the salt
lake, ,L'Etang Saumatre, which'
is th6 paradise of crocodile hunt-
ers. Among the objects of the
hunt besides crocodile are wild
brown goats, hens, ortoans and
ducks, and if only the duck-hunt-
ing, would appeal, another point
of .interest presents itself in.
It is said there are ways re-
commended to get cout of this
world, and they are travel, ad-
venture, and hunting, all of
which can be found in Haiti-
After studying the photo-
graphs and descriptive passages
accompanying them in this book,
it seems as if a panorama of a
whole story of adventure un-
folded itself before the reader's
eyes; and if the adventurous
4pear-fisher,. author, photograph-
er would take one into his con-
fidence there would be details of
a hunter stalking down his game.
One cannot but: agree with his
closing remarks that Haiti-
Cherie. is a beloved sorceregs8.'
TEACHERS HAVE GOOD
WORD FOR OUR TAXIS
Signi Falk and Alma Turechek,
teachers at Coe College in Ce-
dar Rapids, Iowa, are in town at
the Oloffson for a keen look-see
The girls who are tickled pink
at our mountains after the roll,
ing plains of the potato state, are
to be quoted on the following :
'We have found' the taxis here
very obliging and their fares
the cheapest., Mr. Leo Pierre, lo-
cal gun inventor, also distin-
guished in the chemistry field,
squired the ladies around town
Wednesday night. This weekend
they are visiting Le Cap and its
two bedrooms, .-
cessary. Tel. 77'
Among the outstanding, per-
sonalitips who recently limited
Haiti is French p'hysltfan Jac- 'j '
ques Mialaret.' After a missiori
to the medical societies of Mex-
ico;-Brazil and Bolivia he slien
a few days in oir capital last
Dr.' Mialaret,-stirgeod :for bP'aris ..
hospital since'' 1937,,is 'now
'Chef'de Services at S. Louis.; .
hospital. Though he came here
as a tourist' Dr. Miaiaret was
keen on contacting Haitian sur-
geons and gave a lecture on can-
cers of the oesophagus. His con-
ference was illustrated by a col-
our film depicting operation
made according to the technique,
of Drs. Jacqhes Mialaret afd
Jacques Hepp. The lecturer wac
introduced by his econfr6re. Dr
Next took place a surgery cor
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gress attended by the Dean .o
the Faculti of 'Medicine, Dr
Fritz Sam, and Mrs. A. Leveque
professor of clinical surgery, A
..Miot, professor Of orthopedic
surgery,'C.. Pierre-Louis, profes
sor of clinical medicine for' urin
ary tract, A. Derize, chief sur
geon at the Sanatorium, and
Maurice Armand, chief physician
at Chancerelles maternity.'
On Rue Pavee Opposite ?AA Office
Miami is so near.
s. muchfun whed'i
And during thesj.
months it's a spec
s place for a budgd
with plenty of r
everyone in luxui
atless than onet]
n season" rates. '.0e
" fabulous Miamii
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Sof night life, W
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- Visit a friendly'
the culture od' S
and only P.an'.A
to every major is
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see your Travhbl
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Student Is Chosen To
u-Prince] orientation course would be c
INGTON.- Abner Bu- incalculable value to him on hi
cher and attorney from return to Haiti.
iPrince, currently study- .I will be doing welfare wor.
obard University here, in Port-au-Prince when I return
lty selected by the and so will be directly involve
,hnological Cooperation In bettering the living condition
itrtion to' attend a six there. Since-my country has er
orientation. course in barked upon an economic coopi
or activity held at the ration programme with the Un
ea for Foreign Junior ted States. it is essential for u
an" at Michigan State to know how the program
'n.East Lansing. works and to., Tearn also who
in:'n an interview with the U. S. methods are so thc
reporte'.during a .they can be constructively adao
6irsference"with Point ted to our use..
i.:Where, si d:t1-ht the.. iPerhaps 'the most inspiring
4ntj e@"on0 the'historic class of '34, the'Cadets
4.i m:. swnedon the'. First Ar t/ Day.
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S.. une carcass extra-r6sista
d'une rteue ineigale . .
resume ie kom rageutcr pius
SlevY au prix, pluss bas.
aspect of the Institute is that it
brings together people of many
countries to discuss their com-
r Mon problems in the light of
a genuinely constructive pro-
grainme of technical assistance..
k .4s far as the Technical Coope-
n ration Programme is concerned.,
d he added, f1 believe that any-
s thing which draws our strife-
- torn oorld closer together and
- towards a genuine peace must
i- and I am sure will be kept in
s operation and encouraged to
rt Buteau was one of the thirty-
t eght students from seventeen
countries of Latin America, the
Middle East, Asia and Africa
who attended the Institute. Each
g student lived with a different
American family in the city of
East Lansing during the first
two weeks of lectures held at
Michigan State College. Topics
dealt with economic develop-
ment and howl technical coope-
ration can be achieved. The re-
maining four weeks were devot-
ed to visiting U. S. industries,
communitiesfmining towns, and
farms. Emphasis was. placed
upon small industries, arid di-
versified farming. After each
visit, students discussed the
practical application of the me-
thods they had seen to their
particular countries. .
EDGERTON NAMiED HEAD
OF EXPORT-IMPORT BANK
From Washington, Star
,President Eisenhower yester-
day nominated Glen E. Edger-
ton, now president and chair-
man of the Board of Directors of
d -the Export-Import Bank of Wash
ington, to be managing director,
age the title he assumes under the
reorganization of the agency.
At the same time, the Presi
dent nominated Lynn U. Stam-
baugh to be deputy director.
Mr. Stambaugh is a member
of the Board of Dhrectors of tli
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bank which is abolished u;iide
the reorganization,. "
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Sunday,. September 6th a fete [
biw ; organizeded at La Boule, PRESIDENT OF FRENCH t
th .e ErickiTippenhauer's SENATE PAYS HOMAGE I
4ifor'tle profit of. Saint Mi- TO HAITI r
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ib'b 'iFather Gasser in Sans After discussion and vote by a
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_intest-Erik .Tippenhauer; spoke again.and concluded : .. ,
S gLutd; :Maulait~:.Ze' .i,' I would like to'recallfhere a (
ign',Hibibert' -Daieu 'historical souvehir. When France w
.;edrges .Oauvin, Du-.. wAs suffering under, the occupa- n
Rioland I taillade, tion, at a time when a lot of
Sad Max Dorsinle, l people thought she was dead for e
I Peval. eJules; Domond; 'e3er, plans' were iade. to can-
I t 'na-id- Magloife,-.. cel the' prioritjr df:lrench as the
I .1 ,tsioobUey, Athdmas Bel' diplomatic language* at interna-
lerive, Gontran Rouzier and ifo-
The Palace Band will provide
7 'AM L brings. relief overnight. So
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ional conferences.. rnree coun- .-
ries, and the first was Haiti,
insisted that our language re-
nained the diplomatic language
Applause in the Assembly]. I
think that it is the quty of the
President of this assembly who
received, I recall three years ago,
n Haiti not as an individual but
Is a messenger of France, an
forgettable welcome, to ren-
ler homage to a. country, geo-
raphically small, without doubt,
)ut believe me, very great in its
attachment tto France, in its fi-
lelity to the human inheritance
which our country represents,
ino only by its 'culture lut also '
)y its permanent mission of Lib-
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li1P ARCHIE MOORE
Sis 'reported that middle-
'ght Cuban boxer Rene An-
, aspirant to the title of
tmpion in his category in
a, will shortly arrive in Port
iPrince where he will meet
ard Francois or Mirabeau Mi-
otfnas Guerrier, Port au
ce lightweight champion,
meet. Spanish boxer Fenoy.
des, boxing promoter Pierre
el .announced that the Ca-
an 'middleweight boxing
pionship will take place in
au Prince. He announced
S'two outstanding boxers,
"ido- 9uro now middle-
it champion of Cuba and
!iPortugues, aspirant to the
.,i"do world middleweight
pion, will meet shortly at
atle from the manager of
ight heavyweight boxing'.
i "Aoc'liti k Moore now on,
e champion '' wlil-bea!,;
I:-inice soon. Here, he,
iht Nino Valdez; Cuba's
.champion who recently
Oed ielio Agramonte.
s reported that *Marte', a
will arive "i 'Port car y in
Set to play a series of thrte
With the National XI.
-The Man For
-0 * t o o a 0** * * 0 6
y stay brighter and
amber there's a G.E.
Alb for every Need.
ibulor- Tel. 3185
VIOLETTE IN THE CAP
The Violette football club tour-
ed Cap Haitien last week and
played 4 football matches with
local teams. In the first match
last Monday, before a crowd of
4,000 at Park Victor, the visitors
trounced the Dauphin Associa
This evening [Sunday) Racing
club plays a St. Jean Bosco X
on the Brandt-Votava field. This
is one of the'matches in the va
cation championships now being
conducted by the Racing Clul
NEW ITALIAN WRESTLER
Italian wrestler Barbetta, wh(
will meet at Stadium Magloire
Syrian wrestler Basilio Cobty
*El Leon de Libano-, arrived ir
BACK WI'H KNEE
Back in Port is Racing Club
player Yvoh Martin whor recent-
ly underwent an -operation on
his knee in. ZFvana.
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YACHT HERE FOR
Yacht -Bloby>' from Costa
Rica arrived here Monday via
Panama and the North Coast of
South'America, Caymans, Jama-
ica ard Cuba.
Aboard the 32 feet sluop are
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Erhman
and their four-year-old daughter.
They, are looking for a nursery
school for daughter and intend
to weather out the hurricane
season in Port au Prince.
START OF THE COFFEE CROP
The coffee qrop,.\ has started
and deliveries are growing every
day in the southwest regions
particularly in Saltrou, Mapou
Pichon, Basse Plaine.
IBL TANNING EXPERT HERlE
French born aoul Henry
tanning expert, arrived in Por
last Sunday to put his knowledge
at the service ,of the Haitiar
government as a delegate of th(
International Bureau of Labour
Mr. Henry was welcomed a
the airport by a member of thE
UN office 'in Port au Prince.
Mr. Henry was sent to Halt
at the request of the Haitiar
government with a view to aid
ing the authorities in charge to
carry out a,programme of or
ganisation and national produce
New Jeep station wagon, done
only 1,000 miles. Selling for
2,000 dollars. Tel. 5703.
Must be well shaded by trees.'-
Call -Haiti Sun, 2061. "
Newly built villa at Morne Her..:
cule, Petionville. 3 bedrooms, '
one living room, twq bathrooms 0 "
Call at Marabout de mon Coeur;'
10, rue Louverture, Petionville. i
tion, of skins and leathers, which
fits so lightly with the shoe in-
MGR ACHILLE LUPPI
Thursday morning departing
Secretary and Charge d'affaires
of the Apostolical' Nuncio in
Port au Prince, Mgl'. Achille
Luppi, was decorated with the
national order 'Honneur et Me-
rites rank of officer, by Ambas-
sador Max Dorsinville of the
Chancellery. Mgr. Luppi was in-
troduced by Mr. Sorel Droui-
naud, Iniroducer of Anbassadors
Mr. Dorsinville pinned the de-
coration on Mgr Luppi and in
a short speech told him that he
has well deserved tils mark of
distinction for his services.
Mr. Dorsinville gave Mgr Lup-
pi the French accolade and the
latter in a moving'speech thank-
ed President Magloire and Min-
Sister Liautaud, both unavoidab-
ly absent from the ceremony.
Last month we reported that a
certain Mrs. Clovis Kerniian h'ad
been thrown out of a' tai
P 4275 on rue Monseigneur;
Gouilioux and had been critically
injured. A belated report by an
eye-witness gave an entirely dif-
ferent account to that which we
Reprinted frbm 'a confrere.,
S Apparently another auto had
Sside-swiped the cab and the lady
considering riding in a cab an
extremely dangerous form of
Transportation told the cabby to
stop. On' opening the door the,
Slady misjudged her distance and
Ssat plomp on the side-walk. The
I hospital report showed the lady
Sin question was not injured -
except her pride.
ARTIST BENJAMIN HOME
FROM 8 MONTHS IN U. S.
Back on home soil after a 8-
,month stay in the States is art-
ist Simeon Benjamin.
Mr. Simeon Benjamin sang
During a shot organised for the
benefit of the American blind
t bapk from Korea, at the Illus-
e treated Club of.Nqw York. He
1 was invited by Mr. Oscar Brent,
SDirector of the New York radio,
to take part in a folklore pro-
t gramme, accompanied by Hal
e tian artist Frantz Casseus. He
got the plaudits of many Ame-
i rican art lovers particularly
n that of Mr. Harold Courlander -
on singing for the "Folkways Cor
portionn, Mr. Courlander is
a well known folklorist, author
- of *Haiti Singing.'
to run ' .-_ -:,:l
Om S Weat: Bi'haara-1zmery, Au Lindoln, Bazar. de :.lai,. ..,.
The new Alorris Minor u)ith the new O. 'I. V. engine has
good acceleration, high cruising speed, plus aiso-round eon
orny. Get in touch with your Morris dealer Emile Seidral.
Learn how little it costs to buy a uMunor', hoz- much it advet -ij
to run. .
e.teux, Mme Joseph Maglio, Bazar Edmond Phiup]s '*"*':l
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Police Inspection Garage Inspected
By President Magloire
:. Traffic, lights and luminous
Signs over the city are only a
Small part of'the Police Depart-
ment's new programme for bet-
ter regulation of circulation and
,greater safeguards for the pub-
V lie: The next step was the in-
" cerelles not far from the airport
.at Bowen Field.
i'.Previously annual inspection
; of vehicles took place before the
SPolice Department, in the ab-
sence both of a proper garage
-.; and of proper equipment. Last
.year to remedy this situation
'.credit was voted by the Legis-
Slatidre on a motion of General
L:.evelt and Col. Prosper. Capt.
SBrierrn. and Lt. Leon were sent
'on a stuidy-and-purchasing mis-
,*sion to. the Ir ITA. ir Springfield,
-:Aassachu'4tt.;. They contacted
- 'the .Weaver Ciy-. ti:'chine-tool
Slmakers and atiendoc ithe police
officers training school there.
Later the officers visited other
cities in the 11. S. ilclucLng New
control, and vehicular inspec-
Two weeks ago the new gar-
ages were completed and the
trained staff were ready to show
their stuff. The President of
the R6public, General Levelt,
and Col. Prosper, Police Chief,
called on their first official visit,
accompanied by high state dig-
nitaries. They inspected the
large cool central hangar and the
,two adjoining rows' of adminis-
tration offices. Then Lieutenant
Leon took the President's car
through the tests. Fi:r-t the
wheel alignment, a powerful hy-.
draulic lift, raised the car like
a box. There the automatic
light-tester reported on .the in-
tensity, range etc. ,of the car's
lighting and the electric brake;
testers gave precise measure-
ments. Results of these and
other tests were automatically
marked 'on a card which is emit-
ted by the final machine.
The President was greatl' im-
pressed by the efficiency of the
,York,'studying the latcist '--attic nhol operation and by the ment
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.THE INSPECTION CARD
THE INSPECTION CARD
smartness of the staff. The final ships on the United States from
report on the vehicle with the the Institute of International
Insignia and the number plate I Education, for the Acadgmic
was -O.K.. Year 1954-1955.
Competition for the scholar-
People living in Lascahobas
became alarmed Friday, July
24th at..2 p.m. when they heard
two shots fired in a zone of'the
town. When soldiers and civil-
ians repaired to the spot they
saw soldier Bercy Firmin of the
Haitian Army laying in a pool
of blood on the bank of Lascaho-
has river. His gun rested only
a few ygrds away from him.
Dr. Gerard Carre provided him
with medical attention and re-
vealed that the wounded man
had a part of his co!!ar-bone
broken. The soldier iw-ls rushed
to hospital where he is being
attended, and police are making
an inquiry to determine the rea-
son Firmin attempted to com-
The Haitian American Insti-
tute has just receivou announce-
of opportunities for scholar
FlRetM A PgAL
J(U AU Vo0A1 .
IUMIS IS ARtMRIS'
wt .iO 10 OiOOJo0; t
ships, which provide for a aca-
demic year's study in a college
or University in thye United
States, is open to persons of
Haitian birth,'who can furnish
proof of good health, good mo-
ral character and proven intel-
lectual ability. They -must have
a practical reading, writing and
speaking knowledge of the Eng-
This year, the announcement
includes opportunities on two
t2. levels of study.
1. For persons who have a
Normal School diploma, a UIni-
versity degree, or their equiva-
lent, who wish to continue their
studiess for one year in an insti-
tution of higher learning in the
U.S. Candidates must be under
35 years of age.
2. For persons aged 1S to ?2
who, having finished their sec-
ondary education, x\ish to spend
a year in ah American college of
liberal arts, to continue a course
of general preparatiboi
than a specific, technical
of training. .
The value of the awa
ries greatly. Some -coi
and living expenses.
tion only. A student'i,
that part of his expense
specifically included in th
of his award. Students.b
so be prepared to proved
for their own incidental
Candidates are aske&I
ply as early as possible
plication must be made,in
to iMr. Ralph H. Browv
tor. Haitian American ni
wh': will provide the.np
blanks and instructions.
cats are reminded tlhatl
cedure of filling out the,
forms i only a prelinmiu
to the selection of likely
date. hyv i ScholarshipJ'
tee here in Haiti, whici'"
naniies to the Instituttd
York. Hence, to be ccti
all applications must, i"
pleted and returnid'Mi
Brown before AN'OiTveN
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.HAIT I SUN,
UNDAY, AUGUST 16th 1953
e fothcoing eddig o
forthcoming wedding of
Nelly Leconte, a relative of
e Paul Magloire, and Lieu-
t Raymond Montreuil, Hai-
'my Purchasing Officer in
'ork, promises }o be a great
event in Cap Haitien. It
orted the President of the
blic will Attend.
ator Louis Dejoie returned
New York Friday accom-
by two charming demoi-
who hail from Gaybrook
up state New York. Mile
and Jeanne are daughters
Prominent New York sur-
r. Armando Scala. They
action here with the De-
nesdayafternoon Mrs. Pa-
i daughter Ginette flew
a Carib vacation. During
nontti; abroad, they -will
Mirie 'Mallebranche of the
*Grands Travaux de Marseille.
w'as celebrated at Bois Patate.
Judge and Mrs. Georges Holt,
Judge and Mrs. Grady Crawford,
and Attorney and Mrs. Joseph
Perkins, all of Miami, Florida,
spent a delightful weekend at
the new Mont Joli hotel in Cap
,Haitien. They visited the Cita-
del and other points of interest
around the Cap.
[Judge Holt, it is rumoured,
is being mentioned as the next
Governor of Florida]. The three
jurists were highly delighted
with their trip north and can
swear in oath that this was the
most pleasant part of their trip
Haitian Consul in Miami, Mr.
Andre Faubert, is.returning to
his. post Sunday with his wife
and Michael after .an agreable
iudad Trujilo,"Sari Juan .'sejotir. which ended with their
iami. becoming grandparents.
-:0:-. Vinton Burns, the debonaire
-day sugar planter Mones- tree man, austerely observed his
ndrd, son Marcelin of the hirthdav Tuesdla. Cable ereet-
b ay Tuesday. Cable greet-
eil, du Gouvernements of-
md agronome. Renan Fon
.e off on a voyage d'agre-
Sto the Dominican Repub-
The trio are.motoring via
6ts of the first secretary
t Haitian Embassy in Ciu-
ujillo and Mrs. Paul Verna
veekend,'are Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Pierre Wiener
1e from six weeks vaca-
&in the U. S.
day evening the be
Jean Dejoie and An
ings cama from wife and family
in Michigan, whom he will be
visiting shortly en route to
Rome, the FAO headquarters.
Mary Johnson, Time's crack
correspondent in Haiti, is vaca-
tioning six weeks in the States
with her family.
Jean Claude [flyman] Aime,
laureate of the baccalaureate
exanis, is leaving Sunday for
New York. He bamboched last
Sunday with friends in Furcy.
nne Mr. and Mrs. Sam Abitbol and
: k- -t frnin
..niece ruguette are ubacrom xt
'-four and half months spent in
.,.lMorocon France. Switerland and
ALUFUCCU~v, r 11 ---- -.
Spain. Wednesday, the evening -
of their arrival, they invited The new daughter of Mr. a
friends over to their Petlonville Mrs. Andre .Toto, Dominiq
home to hear all about it. was baptized last Thursday. I
iREG.TRADE MARK 'TFmous since 486
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leven
andr daughter Sonia Philipps are
vacationing here at the Ibo Lelc.
Albert Leven has a distinction
of being a congressman from
Pennsylvania to the House of
Representatives. Andre is still
an oyster bay Roosevelt.
Mr. Eugene Lespinasse went
to the States this week on a
health trip. The prominent city
lawyer was accompanied by his
A group of Haitian tourists
under the gtiidance of Marc
Lebon and Guy Barjon motored
off to Ciudad Trujillo Friday at
Dr. Lois Higgins, directress of
the Chicago Crime Prevention
Bureau and Mine Charlotte Mur-
phy, Editor of tble Chicago Po-
lice Digest, arrived here on a
brief visit Thursday last. They
are on a two-week tour of the
Caribbean area. While here they
had consultations with senior
Grocer Georges Coles went to
New York Friday.
Carlos Pereira, capable young
manager of the. Westley Ship-
ping Lines, is leaving for New
York and New Orleans Sunday.
He will be back for the coffee
harvest. A farewell dinner was
'offered at Ki Pi Friday evening
by Diane Merrit't ahd Mary Bed-
Edouard Craan has returned
from his,trip to Mexico with the
solemn resolution to return again
Jean Boyer, who is studying
banking and economics in the
States, has 'on a UN scholar-
ship for. further study In Ger-
Mrs. Milot Rouzier and daugh-
ter Michele are leaving on the
20th. Michele is going to the
University of Puerto Rico and
Mrs. Rouzier is flying on to Vene
zuela to meet the new member
of the Raymond Baker family.
cienne Roy was godmother and
Claude Dominique the godfa-
Lucille Adrien and Canova
Barjon were bound in holy ma-
trimony at the Sacre Coeur
church of Turgeau Tuesday.
Dr. MAaxime Roumain is home
from him trip to Mexico.
Pleasantly surprised at Hai-
ti's great progress since 1945 is
France-born Mr. Paul Jugie, npw
a naturalized U.S. citizen who
came here from the Dominican
Republic in 1932 and stayed till
19-18. He managed the Hotel de
France, then the big city meet-
ing place of the day, then in
Petionville ran the famed res-
taurant Picardie. at the corner
of Tete de l'Eau. Later he open-
ed a hotel in Kenscoff (the Ho-
tel de France annex, now the
Commune). Now with wife and
daughter-he lives in New Or-
leans and runs the restaurant
Mr.. Jugie left last Tuesday
after staying only 8 days this
time in Haiti, with old friend
Emile Sendral. Only regret was
that he was unable to see all
his friends during the short stay.
MLr. Max Oligario has gone to
the States to further his com-
.mercipl studies at the Ufiversity
Mr. Franck Seraphin, Secre-
tary of the Haitian Permanent
Delegation to the UN, is home
on leave. He will resume his
duties in New York at the end
of this month.
Mrs. Vashdeu B. Dadlani and
daughter Laehni have returned
from visiting the folks in King-
Sunday a big picnic is schedul-
ed to take place at Mahotiere.
Chief organizer i aymond Ga-
briel of the pharIrcie Meyer.
Revisiting Haiti after an ab-
.sence of 10 years is Jimmy
Wyatt who was here with his
father PAA radio operator back
in '43. Jimmy is a houseguest
of his side-kick Mike Jarman.
The first day in town he spent
his complete savings buying up
three -tambours.. Now along
with his pals he is operating -a
.ti jazz. at Mahotiere.
Lt. Franck Bayard, instructor
at the Military Academy of Hai-
ti, arrived-in Port this week from
four months specializing at the
Infantry School of Fort-Benning '
Tuesday morning the Intro4 .
ducer of Ambassadors and Min '
sisters, Mr. Roger Savain, drop- -'
ped in at the offices of the'
Miss A. E. Simmons of the
American Embassy celebrated"
'her birthday last Tuesday even
ing by giving a buffet supper
at her home in Bourdon in hon- ',
our of her guests: Miss Francis '
Usenik ol Nabsau and the Mis- ,
ses Grace Mentay and Dorothy-;..
Stayer of Costa Rica. All are f';
connected with the. American ."
Diplomatic Service and stationed'
in the above countries. This is.''
their first reunion since serving ;
together in. various posts in Eu- '
rope and behind the Iron Cur-.:
taun. They are delighted with,.
Business tycoon Elie Joseph is-
New York bound Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Delva.
have returned from the U. S. ;I
Liliane Jeanton clippeced to
Mexico last weekend. .1
Ambassador Marcel Foimbrun .
will return to his post i Cuba. ,'I
Monday Andree Gebara is due
to fly to Mexico.
The Assali family are on their '
way to New York.
Fernand Bagpidy of PAA "is
going to New York pn a 15-day
vacation this week. He will be
accompanied by his sister, Mrs.
-:0:- , ,
Eddy Kola Larco is in. San
Juan qn business.
Multimillionaire Willy Hiepe-
berg left town Tuesday.
Marie: Theresb Sterlin is back
from a scholarship to.the States.
SWilfrid Purdy, Nancy Hesp&"'
and Bradford are, back from. a
The stork recently visited'the
household of the second seeve-
tary of the Haitian E6ibassy. in
Ciudad Trujillo, Mr..Lo0i$. "Noi- .
sin, and delivered, ,Carole, a
healthy baby girl. Mom -is the
former Denise Poitevien. "
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The Venice Of Haiti
S Continued from Page 1 mountains around are
a good crop is expected
from Port au Prince as far as S
Sbon trucks will 1n
Anse-a-Veau. The road thence to into
bags into shallow
:. Petit Trou de" Nippes is passable boats, and fts of
"in.the-dry season, or for about craft will bear their la
six. months a year. From this the bay to bigger ships,
:-'point all travel must be by wat- port to Port. Right n
er, sailboat or motor launch,ir t
ever starlight reflects
westwaids into the-wide mouthing Baad
'of the Bale des Baraderes. The
the song- you think fy
channel winds through the man- sounds so much like
S'grove covered islets of the bay, Mio
where the local people catch
turtle in unsportsmanlike fa-
shion [a wooden turtle is attach-
Sed td a buoy, and when an amor-
oils male turtle approaches, he is
;'.trapped in a net]. About the.
.: channels pass fishermen in In-
.dian' type dugouts called abois
r. roundss while the clear slow flow
.ing waters display crab, fish and
The actual entrance to the
i; Rivei Baraderes is bounded on '
g,' the western side by a swampy
m 'arsh, and on the eastern side,
by contrast, .with an" abrupt
c.' cliff.- The river gets shallower
.. as you mount up by canoe now
S until,.gondola style, the travel-
S ler glides beneath the wooden
I" bridges which:'pan the stream
;. 'iid link together the two halves
Sof-the, qnrious town of Barac'e-
BIBraderes is a small, almost
*.: self S efficient' community, ur.-
concerried by its apparent isola-
:'tlot. About 2,500 people live in
SBaraderes, in houses with high
.. foundations to protect them ;:-om
4he .rising ,waters which some-.
..'times wkrash about their door-
St eps: The two and three-storied
t homes indicate that the towi is
.' prosperqts as well as pictureS-
que for Baraderes lies in the
.'. he.*t cpf the' coffee-rich- South-
w any houses bear the
S R Ilances before ,heir a l
doo:. -. a neam anid itw sus -
p, en.'.,d platforms, :ant. at' he'
S height of the dason the v.hole OI a
town becomes a coffee market.
Now, PAA p
SThen businesslike motor trucks tension of s
:drive dowh the hinterland road Super-6 Clil
-from Carrefour-Laurent; in the between N
coffee growing area. All other Coast of So
S. Itindustries, like the fishing in y hese ma
by the fan
S the bay, the rice planting in the have already
swampy fields, or the hunting" and depend
i.. of wild cattle at Grpnd Boucan.
,., ..,.are merely subsidiary In Calo-,
.' nial times Baracleres was a cen-
*''::. tri for furniture woods, like gu-
S ya, acajou, taverneau and gm '
S mier But nowadays the Re-
pu.lilti's chief crop is the town's .'' :*..'
ro:,n d'etre, and right now the "
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SUNDAY, AUGUST 1
NEW" DIRECTOR OF
ds out of
Mr. Maurice Clermont, Direc-
tor of *Le National', has resign-
-d his post only three weeks af-
ter the first issues, were publish-
ed, for reasons of health. He is
succeeded by M. Leopold Pin-
chinat, Government Counsellor,
and well known figure in Hai-
month respite before rejoining
the staff in the post of .colla-
borateur.* His successor, M.
Pinchinat, is a lawyer with long
experience in journalism. His in-
terest in the. profession began in
his philosophy days at college.
He was five years with -Le
Nouvelliste., later founded and
directed *Le Papyrfis' and ;No-
tre Temps'. He was a senator
of the Republic and at the time
of his appointment was a mem-
M. Clermont, who was due for her of the .Conseil du gouve
lbave at the Foreign Office when ment.,
appointed, will now enjoy a one-
ONT A TOUR AT MAR3I
Under this title TLe,3
listed' published in'its;E
August 8th,issue the :t
note: -Some newspaper.
all have been invied
representatives for an.
tion visit of-coffee pl
tt Marmelade.; '
They left this morning-
panied by agronomistsi.
Department of Agricul#I
SHabanex shipped 9521
bananas on board /i
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SMariner, And, Free Citizen ,
SMariner, And Free Citizen *.
n\ rmi in i i 'y-R r*
LUCE TURNER EXHL
Ou The world :
...lle Luce Turnier, now study-
Iof ze few reaiy tree ashore in irksome civil occupa- ing in Paris on a government
orlds, declares the tions, which he soon found chaf- scholarship, has just exhibited ow
!yachtsman Marcel ing. In August 1951 he bought some of her paintings in -Dier '
hore in Port, and the smart 32' yacht the 2Atolls selm artist club in Hamburg.
spots to set up Jhis and with a friend sailed over e s
,exactly two years, as out to see the Balearic Islands, iAccording to reports, her ex-
Sas half the crew of Gibraltar, Tangiers, Casablanca, hiition as a great success.i t. :
P'Atolls he has either Canary Islands, Cape Verde Is- i r d t t '
g over the seas, as lands, Dakar. The 2,000-mile a Port au Prince artist will ex-
r iah of all to be sur- sailing trip from West Africa to change of vows of Holy Matri- ::
e has been on shore the West Indies took only 17 ~" on with a young Frenchman
d-holding'successful ,days. Then he toured the bientot.,
f:-. French and british islands tack- v. i .. ,. ,..
"; i ng from port to port, occasion- SO THEY CAME
Syear-ol ailor is a ally chartering the yacht, hold-' Mran M Dree-'o
t as well. His paint- Mr an Ms rel C
Ss wel His pin ing exhibitions on shore. Last Mr. and Mrs. Drexel Cooper
ncludewas at the scenes fDominican roe- have been vacationing here at
a lnc, Macrtini- ostop as at the Dominican e- Marcel Fort holds a pre-viewr er hibition of tiwo paintings, on the e L t ihe
Casbl an cwaH e M aret g ve a xhi- the-bo Lele and Ro Christophe ....
Sa a public where he gave an exhi- bow of his 32-foot yacht Atoll., moored at the Casino pier.
inidad. He makes
bition at the Dominican Ame r- in the Cap because ohey read .i-
t bold, black outlines, V.
rican Institute. Hugh. Cave's book Haiti High- ,. .,
i ta It PROUD PAPA TO SEE "CA TION TIME road To Adventure. W hen
TALENTED DAUGHTER Misses Anne Verrone and Mau- they started off from their little ''
HOPE TO OPEN MUSIC IN. PARIS een 9'Brien, officials of KLM town of Indio in California by.
CONSERVATORY HERE In New York, are holidaying at train they were still dee in the .
Mr. Felix Laudun is flying to the Ibo Lele. book.
dh'as a very heavy France to spend six weeks with
en .e fills in with The two noted American -mu- daughter Micheline in Paris. Mi-
es ofsolid colour, ex- sical artists Jean Mural and Oyd celyne, a brilliant pianist, has
ae of t e sky, which Skolsky return tomorrow to the been winnnig honours at the
th broad, semi-im- U. S. after a month here study- Paris Conservatory. Reports of
flicks of colour put ing Haitian folklore rhythms. her success were published ..in
.-:.Delighted with'Haiti, they are 'Le Nouvelliste, this week and
fond of taking thinking of returning soon to the well-knovn businessman, M.
thodox perspectives open, a Conservato~ry of Music.- Elie Joseph Fills, generdusly fin-
tingss the Trinidad Last Friday, afternoon Jean, anced his passage to France, giv-
ws critic observed. singer and guitar-player, and ing the proud father the chance .... ".
ces, one a casbal Syd noted classical pianist, took to greet his daughter and cori- :
'.the other a hut in part -in a concert organised by gratulate her in person.
he paints a scene the active Jeunes Gens group
.doorway, or rather, of the Musee des Beaux Arts, CASINO CONCOURS ..
e since the door usu- and later the-,same evening said WednQsday night was a big 1 e
part of what is be- good-bye io friends at a gay night at the Casino Internation,
s paintings of boats, party at the Centre d'Art. al The big crowd acclaimed the There is a Ford in you.t future. For trim styling, efficient.per-
sen from an unusual Danny Kaye-like *singer of .a formance, proven economy, in your next big car. Contact
your local Ford. dealers. Luciani"Behrmvannaomf rand"Rue.
re; In -Le Pirogue et MORE MURALS African folk song, and picked local Ford. dealers. Luciani & Behrmann of Grand'Rue.
[es the Canoe is fore- FOR IBO LELE Mr. Fombrun and partner Lavi-
P,before the little cha- Luc Lacard back from three nia Williams *s sinners of the For 50Years ThePeople
itseems to be in' an act years of study on the left bank dance. Said Lavinia, former .. T P
of the Seine is busily "uplifting Katherine Dunham trooper Know Air Conditioning Best
ad educated in Mont- the Iho Lele dining rdom wvith 'Thank you, everybody, for still .
ris, Marcel Fort did two colourful harvest and rara thinking I am a dancer.. 0S For rooms Of Every -Size
he ocean until he was murals. He painted over his ..'.
that the sea, and his old bar mural that gave him ANOTHER NAME
e his ruling passions. fame four years ago, and set THAN ,"BECK- J
dyingg painting even him on the road to. Paris. A recent tourist from Cap From a modest bedroom ao a big conference oonm,
hding Naval School at Haitien was enraptured by the there is a 'ight-size Carrier Room Air ConUition-
ring the wvar he was a VISIT FROM UNDER COVI'E new hotel Beck, but as an Aine- er for the job. When you choose from Carrier's
t- aboard a mine- Mr. Donald Strobecl- of the rican, handed down the advice vide range of models you never pay "tbo much or ,
the Mediterranean, F.B.I., Washington, and Mrs. that they should change the get tco little The air conditioner is matched to .
oed and hospitalized in Strobeck spent a day at the Ibo name from Beck to something your exact requirements. i
,isharged, he vworiked Lele Ist week. more glamorous. WALTER BR RA Dis;tRiE .'
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dot say "utch bee but always:
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take him to Palisadoes.
The Immigration authorities
were called and an officer sent
to conduct V';itilu to the Airi.
port. When the officer arrived
-ar the Rest, Vasilos w nas nor
there. Some lttle time later he
arrived with a doctor's certifi-
cate which stated that although
nothing was physically wrong
with the Greek, he was ,mor-
tally afraid of travel. V'asilos
said he paid a well-known city
doctor one guinea for the certi-
At Palisadoes Airport, Yasilos
protested against being sent back
Mr. Roger Jarmran. local direct tor of PAA hands IMr. Geor
1eta'an:r the Certljicate of Approval which (untifiies himn
sell air-trarel ticket' of the Puni American Airiways. 7
cerenwny took place in the new attractive offices of the
"vl agency 'Heratrr Tours. on the Rue Paoee Monday mo
.ing at eleven.
m. .-_s .w.
YOnU have a perfect right
n" -_ to perfect radio-
There areno sentimerl-
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made in radio, that only a
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( /I full radio enjoyment.
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from the wonderful Philips
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Why7 Because even in MODERN' radio you
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,HAITI SUN> SUNDAY, AU
Page 16 __.
The Wandering Greek: No Country
Wants Aristidis Vasilos
Clarence Moody, popular presi-
dent of the CIM, went to Havana
on business Wednesday. He is
expected to return to Port Mon-
Raymonde Lespinasse clipper-
ed to San Juan, Costa Rica, Fri-
res Don Lungwitz of Plantatioh
Dauphin is New York bound this
Lawyer Christian Laporte ac-
companies "by his wife is flying
'. to New York Sunday.
,LOAN SHARKS AND
TWO SOCIAL PLAGUES.
Under this title ,Le Matin* of
August 13,wrote :
.We have often remarked on
the many aspects of that impor-
tant social question and the
capital prostitution. Only yes-
terday we drew the attention of
the proper authorities to the ne-
cessity of controlling the danc-
ings which invade Martissant to
protect the development of this
residential quarter where in less
than a 'ear over a hundred new
homes have been" constructed
easing considerably the housing
crisis of Port au Prince.
We particularly mentioned
Martissant because the situation
is becoming notorious especially
since -les gros jupons. [noted'
prostitutes] seem to be leaving
the isolation of Carrefour and
Now, about loan sharks. The
enthusiasm with which the local
SCO. press and the provincial news-
papers have welcomed the news claws is an
of steps taken by the National which h will, no
Bank to rescue employees and competent autl
government servants from their vere in this pc
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SHe talked of being able to re-
side without molestation in a
number of other countries, and
did not agree to leave the air-
port building for the plane until
Immigration Officer Frank A.
Davis threatened to use force in
getting him on the aircraft that
was to take him on his third ex-
pulsion flight in a year.
PRESIDENT GOES '.ORTH
Sunday, August 23rd, Presi-
denit Paul E. Magloire will inau-
gurate the big works in Cap Hai-
tien, now a transformed town.
The following day he will inau-
gurate the Cap Haitien Ouan-
-Blow -49=W ..1mr. -A NOW lowl