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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
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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., 'VOLUME IV Port-au-Prince R6publique D'HAITI ) / SUNDAY, OCTOBER- 18th, 1952

.Luckner Z,'azard -before his poster at the Centre, d'Art receives
Ithid -prize from PAA director Roger Jarman. Mr. Pierre Ch&u-

1e4, director of the Office of ,Tourism looks on. [Story Page 16].
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8 4

M Watchman Shot To Dea h
,.Iouse On Cul de Sac,

,One man has been 'arrested
by Police investigating the
shooting to death of Edouard
Taylor at Dieron on the Cul de
Sac plain, Tuesday evening.
Edodard Taylor watchman at
the house of a "Mr. Maralis was
. shot in the absence of Maralis.
during the night.
Police havb not'as yet uncov-
ered the motive of this ruthless
crime. Lt. Joseph Lamarre,

Commander. of the Sub district
of Crpix des Bouquets is con-
ducting the investigation.
Madame Magloire
Distributes School
Uniforms To Children
Wednesday morning at 8.30 in
the Salle des Bustes'at the Pa-
lais National, school children of
the Capital filed past a long
heavily laden table to receive
Continued on Page 3


When a lovely and very tal debate the safety of the same
ented young writer visited Haiti climb on horseback, with a
from Brooklyn last September. Continued on Page 8
she promised to write an article
for the cSun, on her trip to the
Citadelle. Here it is, a rock to
rock account of a great ad,-ent
ure. ';W

More than one hundred years
ago, the slaves of Roi Henri
Christophe toiled up the rocky
path from Milot to the-top of
the mountain, bearing on their
backs the stones that would
build the fabulous Citadelle. To-
day, in ,a civilized* era, tourists



Lt. General Howard, A. Craig,
(Chief of the Inter American De-
'fense Board the Hemisphere's
equivalent to the NATO ar-
rived here by PAA clipper
* Tuesday on an official visit. The
General, accompanied by Mrs.
Craig, his aide Lt. Colonel Le-
roy Nigra and wife, all lodged
at the Ibpo Lele.

Courtesy calls were paid to
the Minister of National Defense
Continued' on Page 16

147th Anniversary
Death Of bessalines,
Observed Today
Today Haiti observes the 147th
anniversary of the death of one
of its trio of. Founding Fathers

S- Jean Jacques Dessalines.
Commander Of U. S. In Port au Prince at 8.30 a.m.
Coast.Guard Herb On a solemn mass will be sung at
Non-official Visit the Cathedral No'ire Damet Dur-
Here on a personal .and non- t y moes wi be
& ing the day ceremonies will be
official visit this week was an-, held at Pont-Rouge the scene of
other Brass Hat,- Commander his assassination and. Arahai
.. .. r .: .. .:-.. h assassination :and. Arcahai
of the United States. Coast Guard ..
where a statue,'of the Emperor
ViceLAdmiral. Merlin O'Neilwillbe unveiled.
The Coast -Guard Commander
landed.here Tuesday in a Coast New Society Foir
Guard plane piloted by Lt. Comrn- Protection Of Wildlife
mander Wm. A. Jenkins. Ad- Rightly concerned over the ra
miral O'Neill was accompanied pid decrease of' the country's
by Coast Guard 'Capt. and Mrs. most attractive birds, a group of'
C. B. Olsen. They departed true nature lovers gathered last
Thursday. Continued On Page 3

Thursday Evening Rain Takes

Qar For 80-Foot Ride
Joe Stenes is usy this week- Driving through.Tuesday even

end picking over a heap of mnud
caked steel that in no manner,
shape or form resembles the
slick Chevrolet Convertible of
Mr. Paul 'Baussan. Joe bought
the ,cadavre, from Paul Tues-
day after it had been extracted
from the earth' with the same
.enthusiasm that accompanies
the uncovering of a prehistoric
Police Catch Lottery
Vendor Who Disappeared
With 5,000 Goutdes
Big-time Port au Prince lot-
tery vendors were in the habit
of giving quiet-spoken Fednor
Cherestal several thousand gour
des worth of Lottery tickets to
sell in the Provinces on a -pay
when you return, system.
For nine years Fednor was
Continued on Page 3 -

ing's tropical downpour in Pe-
tionville Paul Baussan got stuck
Continued on Page 14
One of the most -successful
projects of the United Nations
in Haiti has been the Audio-
Visual Aids Center which has
been producing posters, book il-
lustrations, stage designing and
film strips for use in fundapien-
tal "education these past two
Last Sunday Italian-born Cana
dian Stanislao Dino Rigolo who
came to Haiti in October 1951
to train technicians and set tup
the Center flew home after
turning over his Atelier Audio-
Visuel to the Department of Na-
tional Education which is put-

[Continued on page 61


Theatre de Verdure. In this
scehe Creon played by Clovis
Bonhomme tells A'tigone, Adri.
enne Dejoie: -Antigone if'I Is-
sued an order already I cannot
change it.. [Si m'fine bail oun
L'ode, m' pas capab changer 1.]


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After operation .
appeared and many nad as ed.
as to the wher6 aouts o te.' bi.
ablane that used to all ..';
heir homes and places pf usi'

asked why the fanllow- hat w'ars

n' come aboard anymore Yes,
everybody gives some nameless ;.
description, so Jet's introdue,,-:2,

Drinkle. .
Harvey wan born in Elnvdales:' .
' comeaboard ... r ".' o.-

Ontario, where he enjoyed heal-'.
Continued on Page 15 .

Photo. Byron Corneos
Above, a scene from the cre-'
ole version of -Antigones -which
will be presented again' Satur-
day 8.30 p.m. Oct. 17th, at the

Page 2 .HAITI SUN,

Syou 'en conformity de la Loi
Letter From The Publisher la Presse de rectifier A la m4
place dans votre prochain nu!
Thanks For Kindness During Rain ro, this horrible mistake.
Someone said that Thursday evening's torrential rain which Sincerely yours.
battered Petionville unmercifully was the worst since 1937. But Josiane Vital
to fully appreciate a storm of this type one must either have a
car stolen and hidden by a river in search of a short cut, or _____
wake up in the morning to find a chip of a mountain at the AN OPEN LETTER -
back door with rocks intruding into the bathroom. TO A LONESOME PERSO
Cruising up Tete d'Eau [rightly christened it makes Niagara
rapids look a stagnate pool of wash water in comparison] that Bear Pen Pal :
fateful Thursday enroute to a platter of snails at..the Picardie, So you are lonesome, did y
the ,Sun's,'Voiture the -Morris Minor. bualked at the sight of ever try being lonesome in
a small naked tree stretched in its path. Stepping briskly out foreign tongue? I discover
in the downpour to attempt removal of the tree was a fateful something. that when I learn
-.' act. A new river, timed its arrival to the second. Water accom- new language, I sharpen r
panied by several tons of rich Kenscoff soil and bouncing rocks wits, and 1 have no time bi
'.; came shooting across the road. Soaked and drenched, the Morris for sharpening, specially if II
Minor had a terror-stricken owner who managed to reverse into language happens to be Frenc
comparatively quiet waters, and stall. Mr. Louis Moravia drove This would not exclude oth,
Sup and became equally stuck. He took the matter philosophical- languages' if you listen' close
ly and passed cigarettes around. Colonel Edouard Roy, 4he hos- observe sharper, and compai
pitable. Chief of the Haitian Airforce, eventually came to the frequently. In French a pe
., rescue, took us to his home, offered a change of clothing and son needs to be happily consi
a fine Barbancourt cold killer. In the meantime Mr. Henri Borno tuted because many of th
arrived at the scene and dragged both autos to high ground and sounds are uttered with a smi
' safety. Amongst distinguished stranded persons at this particu- or a laugh. The words are no
l Jar water hole were: Mr. Crepsac of the Port-au-Pripcien, Mr. funny, mind you: but yoi
S. Webb of Delta-C&S, Mr. and Mrs. Melville Shaw and friends, mouth's position is either in a
Suggestions for control of this excessive drainage will glad- amused state or slightly amu
ly be printed by the -Haiti Sun.. ed. Then there are other fe:
Se** ***e*e*o* ** tures which make it interesting
Wouldn't find as fine work in such as the fact that there ar
_ New York . thousands of words in Englisl
Excellent for Tourism espe- which do not change in French
cially as I still work with the except for the pronunciation o
same workers with ,careless. sound. This is one asset
S. hands*, don't you think so, you really like.- but it does not ap
October. 13, 1953.
anonymous photographer? ply to all forms of learning
Editor of the Haiti Sun,
SThe original letter as well as where no change of any appre
many others mity be inspected ciation will take place. Another
eDentleman: at Photo S. Khan, Turgeau. thing about French is that ni
In. response to your 'anony- Yours ,very truly, matter how angry you may be
'" mous 'letter to the editor in your S-. Khan. the words are always gracefully
weekly of October 11, 1953 please pronounced, so how can you ge
,'-, publish urlder the same head- Port-au-Prince, angry in French? Anyway,
.. line 'in your next edition the October 12th, 1953. wouldn't recommend anger ir
i following excerpt of a letter Mr. Bernard Diederich any tongue. Alp in French, if
tt. from Mr. M. Meyers [formerly Haiti Sun you say a person has a *granc
.:La Belle'Creole] : Port-au-Prince. tongue' it means he talks a lot
: . I have had many com- Dear Sir, You see. you can't even gossir
." "enits not -only on my Hai- This is to inform you that' I in this ,langue.' Usually a per
a.ft -Photos. -but on your work, was not fifteen last Sattuiday, son learns a new language be-
. tastman, Willoughbys and but SIXTEEN. cause he has to when he is plop
4ers. I' was told that I I am so aindign6e, that I pray ped down in a new country [for

Why Swoon in June Why Fry in October






him] and it means sink or swim,
or use the sign language, but I
suppose one eccentric person
might get along in France, by
just looking at French post
cards. Listen, comprenez-vous..
Au revoir, ,
Betty Scheyer.












Tony Kiesouw although born
in Curacao, Dutch West Indies
[Jan. 29th 19511 feels right at,
home in Haiti as you may ga-
ther from the expression on his
face. Tony is entry No. 7.
Send in pictures of your chil-
dren under 5 as soon as pos-
sible to the 'Haiti Sun.- The
contest closes in December.
Prizes go to the winning kiddies
and to fathers and mothers from
the -Haiti Sun-, Joseph Nadal &
Co. [Gerber's Food, Camay
Soap, Carnation Milk and Quak-
er Oats], Canape Vert, Belle
Creole, and the Haiti Trading
Co. [Grant's Whiskey for Dad],
and Clapp's Baby Food.

Saturday evening Journalists
of the capital met and enjoyed
a sumptuous banquet -at the Ca-
sino, Organized by the manag-
ing committee of the Journal-
ist. club the banquet was a com-
plete success.

Distributors :
Port au Prince
SAix Cayes
BCTAED & CO., JacmeI


VALERIO CANEZ Distributor. Tel. 3185

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Before Sonaco headquarters on the Exposition are seen two
fine pieces of equipment. In the foreground a Sheep's Foot
roller. In the background a model 291 Gardner Denver
portable compressor.







Madame Malk
Distributes Scl
Uniforms To I
'. Continued frc

new school uniform
Distributing th
sbies and clothing
Paul Magloire a
Mauclair Zephiri
pIane Woolley, I
iProsper, Mme Fi
Mme Aligtiste P
Arsene Magloire,
mnand, Mr. Georg
Marceau Louis ar
. -

Mrs. Gordon P
_Mrs. G. H. Gor
the manager of th
of Canada died
hours of Monday
tob'er 5th, at her
'.au-Prince of a he
' Mr. Gordon had
leave fiom the B

Police Catch Lottery
oire Vendor Who Disappeared
hool With .5,000 Gourdes
Children Continued from Page 1
om Page 1 content with a meager 10 per
rms and "shoes. cent of the 5 gourde profit made
e brand new by the city vendors on a Lot-
ig Were: Mime tery billet.
ided by Mmine It was a gruelling existence
n, .Mme Ste- riding out to Baradere, Mira-
inme Marcalsse gone, .tout' partoutp selling
rancis Etienne, chances.
rophete, Mme Then one day in August he
Melle Lisa Ar- failed to return to town with
*es Marc, Mr. 5,000 gourdes' worth of lottery
nd Lt. Maurice tickets belonging to Gonzales
Jean Louis, a large- brief. case
Journalist. No longer content
asses Away ith a mere 10 per cent Fednor,
don, wife of with Gonzales' money as finan-
he Royal Bank cial backing, set .up a farm in a
in the early select coffee .growing area near
morning, Oc- Anse a Veau.
home in Port- conscientiously Fednor saw
heart attack. that his old clientele was satis-
I just gone on fied. He made the bi-monthly
ank, and they trip to the Capital and purcnias-

Iere deep in planning a trip to, ed his own lottery, tickets, serv-
iudad Trujillo to visit a colusif.:.W-ng no middle man. It was dur-
Tu.esday--:morning the Rev. ing his visit this week to the
SMcCoinelU presided 'at the fun- capital that an old creditor re-
eral `ser'ice at the .Methodist cegnized Fednor and tipped off
chtUrcho on the Rue' d"'a Revo- the Police.
"lution.'.: T"hursday the body was Fednor is presently having
Ilob 'to Havana, the home of his memory refreshed by, the
'Mirs. "Gohdon's mother and sis- Police; it appears he has forgot-
.te'f,%.-riends. voyaged hundreds ten where he left his ,valise '-
_of 1.iesA.tiaky-. their last re- containing the .Gros Lot.*
Suspects !' -VICTORS-
Orn Saturday last victorious
The Paul E. Magloire "Violette had a get-together" at
School 'antine the Jocelyn McCalla's and ex-
Inaugurated Thursday changed reminiscences of their
The President- of the Repub- recent trip to Jamaica.
lic inaugurated the Paul E. Ma-_
gloire School Canline Thursday Clervaux replied and pupil Ma-
mnornLng'~t 11 o'clock. rie Claude Cenat added their
'.Captain Georges the engineer voices of thanks. Among those
responsible for the construction who attended the ceremony
made a speech in which he were Mme Paul Magloire, Mrs.
nmentjoned the great realizations Roy Tasco Davis, Mrs. Robert
of'the Chief of State. Folsom, Government and Army
The school Director Mr. Paul officials wives.

SCaille Paille

(Ki) (Pi)

S' Proudly Presents

.The Merry Meringuers,

For Dining and Dancing


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New Society For
Protection Of Wildlife
Continued from Page 1 ,

Wednesday at the home of Carlo
Etienne and set up a society for
the protection of wildlife. All
experienced sportsmen, realizing
the danger of the heavy toll tak-
en annually of the bird popula-
tion by natural enemies, trap-
ping and the gun. Different as-,
pects of the problem were length
ily discussed and protective mea
sures considered.
Undoubtedly' abusive shooting

Leonce Bonnefil 'fis, Secretary,
and counselors Charles Riboul.
Julien Lauture, Frantz Gardere,
Gerard Bazelais.
The hopes and aspirations of
this new Society will appear in
our nex edition.

and trapping can be stopped or wednesday at 6 and 8:15
reduced through pertinent regu- L'ENTERREE VIVANTE
lations and the migratory r Thursday at 6 and 8:15 p.m.
well as the resident game fowl T
may thus be protected. But it l'HISTOIRE DES M4NVER
Friday at 6 and 8:15 p.m.,
is considered more important, aE BAISER DE T ".I.
to make the public conservation- ,"..N
minded using adequate educa- .. Satur ay at 6 and 8:30 p.m.
tive means and publicity. SLIGHT ERROR: This bust u4 LES PIONNIERS DE FAR
To carry out this daring and President Eisenhower done by WEST and
certainly difficult task the group the noted American sculptor A COWBOY FILM
of sports set up la Socidtd pour lVilliam Wescott was not un-'
la Protection des oiseaux. with veiled at the Coronation of Queen Sunday at ':0 p.m '
a provisory board made up of Eli2abeth 11. There are two, LES PIONNIERS OF THE
promoter Carlo Etienne as presi- one has been placed i' Scranton FAR WEST .
dent; Roger Mangonbs. Vice-Pre- Pknn, and the other in a Mili. At 6 and 8:30
sident; Roger Denis, Treasurer; tary field in,England. LA..CIBLE HUMAINE
"nlish:....8 45


From October 15, to October 31, 1953


Here are your Savings:

Garden. Hose 50 F .l1.50 4.40

Set of oven-proof bowls 185' 1.00

Skirt Marker 2.95 1.00' .

English Bike 28" 45.00 35.00

Chamois 1.50 1.00 ,

Pressure Cooker- 20.00 14.80

Tricycle I 14.00 8.00

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Sunday at 3:30 p.m..
At 6 and 8:30 p.m.

Monday at 6 p.m.
At 8:30 p.m.
Gerard Chamier, the Human .
Flute, and .

Tuesday at 6 and 8:15 p.m. ..


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S'1 Radio, Phillips 1950, 10 tubes
1 car, Buick 1939. 1 sadde and
' all the set, in very good condi
tion. Unique prices. Tel: 3413
in the morning.
In excellent condition, year-
old Consul. Apply =Haiti Sun.-
Good bargain.
Pedigree female hound.# See
Hotel Oloffson.
Jean Kernisan Constellated tco
the States last Sunday.


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ti Joseph report

* Out on.the Cul de Sac Sunday afternoon Percy Powell shot
a duck on the wing. One of many Canadian immigrant
ducks that flies down to spend the Winter in Haiti and boost
our Tourist's plattr, this particular duck bad a silver ring
on its foot with the following inscribed on it: 503481, 1947
notify Forestry and- Wildlife Service of Washington. D.C.
Children wishing to attend English speaking Sunday school
need only to present .themselves at the Convent next to the
St. Trinity Cathedral Sunday morning at 9.30 o'clock.
* The singing contest at the Voodoo Club had two stars Thurs-
day evening: Raynpnd Dusseck of the Dejean Choir and
Roland Lacossade [Aruba] who looks more at home in the
goals witg'a football in his hands, rather than the mike and
Angelico on his lips. The pL.olic was the judge and it all
ended in a shouting contest.
* Police have been asked to search for robbers who looted
David James's Mahogany Factory on Bois Verna or $400
cash, fourcases of Rhum Barbancourt and other objects of
lesser value.
* M. Ludovic Celestin has received the title of administrateur
de L'Imprimerie de l'Etat .. Coca-Cola man George Vogt-
man was in town last week . esx-circus-man and trainer
of Colombian Cavalry Dutchman Fred Tellander has acquir-
ed 8 carreaux of land near Hasco where he intends to train
horses and dogs . The French Institute will commence
its public courses Monday . Emerante de Pradines is back
at the Bamboche Room of the Hotel Riviera with her illu-'
minous nightly dance . Ti Coq Rouzier is going steady
. Max Wilson is a new member of the, Tourist Bureau,
attached to the social side of that organization . Bazhar
Royal closed Friday, its new local will open next door *Bien-
tot'. .. That attive. insurance salesman George Gaetjens is
incapacitated owing to Lumbago ., . Actor [Hollywood]
John' Agar definitely, has a future his first question on
arrival here: -How is the income tax in this country . .
'Daniel Theard is returning to his Protocol office Monday re-,

covered from his illness. .Sey Tachakovi returned to Per-,
sia Thursday with -Haiti Cherfe. under his arm . Hugo
Theodule in town for two weeks says he's completely reinte-
' gatedd to his country life after his stay in Puerto Rico .. .
Did Jeremie accept those -Lettre de Creance, Ti Barique?'
'. Is it true that former Carnival, King is fiance .. . The
'Gaguere, cock fighting arena on the exposition has been
well repaired . Anatole Selon of the OAS was in town . .
Max Gauthier new attache to Haitian Embassy in Havana is
leaving to take up his post with Madame bient6t . Le
SJour. rumours that the Archbishop of Port au Prince has
. asked for retirement . .

PROPOSALS lion dollars should be spent ;
During an interview the Pre- 2) It is impossible for the com-
sident of the eRepublic gave M. pany to sink that money owing
Christian Coughlin, main share- to the near expiratioft of its
-holder of the Electric Company, contract.
and Messrs. Utz, Georges Leger
and Pawley, respectively En- BACK
gineer, lawyer and director cf Returned to Haiti by 'air last
the company, .October 2nd, M. Sunday were: Louise Nazaire-
Utz explained thAt : from Miami, Justin Castera, Si-
1) To solve the electric light- mon and.Mrs. Lando back.from.
ing problems in Port au Prince," summer in Paris, Andree Cau-

and Cap Haitien a sum of mil- .-vin from. the States.

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Jerry Kovler is back to Ki Pi BOXING TONIGHT .
After visiting Chicago and Call- Above: Bull. Gilks a top T
fornia. dadian-Americajp middle weigh]

Arrested 17 Times boxer who will meet Lino
menteros; a first-rate Cuban "n
Noon Thursday the cry vau die weight here Saturday e'e
voleur, resounded along the Rue ing at Stadium Magloite. TI
Pavee. The robber apprehend- preliminaries commence at'
ed red handed by Mme Antoine -:0:-
Auguste 'an employee of the Lorraine Dora .is expect
Mason Moderne, was handed home to the Galerie des
over to Police, who claimed him d'Haiti today from a supcess6
as Dieudonn6 Therlonge an old business trip to San Juan." '
customer. This is the 17th time "-
he has been arrested.' Lovely Jamaican ,Peggy. s
uels is presently visiting vj t
Sunday the Charge d'Affai-es friends inIre'l.t le
a.i. of Argentii1 is offeririg a i dancer, eg- is-eing ui
to 8 cocktail iarty at the Em-. around town by wellinhn (
bassyy residence in Bourdon. ; rard.- Montas.



n..o Room.-

SFrom 8 P.M. to, I A.M
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Having Decqmber weddings
are: Yves tardere and Marie
Josie Nadal. 'Frantz Gardere
and Ghtflaine Auguste. Yolande
Crepsac and Gerard Miot.

Wednesday, October 14, the
Director of the Haitian Anieri-
can Institute and Mrs. Ralph H.
Brown gave a dinner party at
Aux Cosaques for the Insti-
tute's staff. Present were : Mr.
and Mrs. Emile Bi-nu; Mr. and
Mrs. John Buckley, Mr. and
and Mrs. Reese, Mr. and Mrs.
Mac Seligman, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Wiggin. Mrs Margaret
Churchill, Miss Denise Rouzier,
Mr. Jean Perigord.



As Seen By Jean Brierre

'The man whom, for a quarter
r.of'.a century now, everyone re-'
'spectfully calls 'The Uncle' is
.'a small man, carved in basalt,
who walks with his head slight-
ly bent forward and' who has
the subtle courtesy of an arch-
bishop. 'His smile is wide, rich
-.aid frank as that of a wild flow-
er and reveals to us a heart
-c'.whici, beats as well with the
Rhythm of the Haitian minuet
;.'as. with the drum of the Congo.
:.:t. is through shyness that he
rubs his hands . not artfully
to divert your attention.
It is because of self respect
that he listens attentively to
tho.e with whom he talks . .
not to copdescend to stupidity.
His voice has that original and
singing tone which comes not
only'from the music of the Ca-
pois accent but also from the
'.ancestral heritage of the story
'teller of'Guinea who was also,
of old, a phet. And if he does.
not look at you during a conver-
sation it is because the tradi-

tions of the narrator as well as
the setting of the story partici-
pate as another living person-
nage in this rite. He meets
your eyes only to emphasize a


He consulted, page by page.
with a love which did tot ex-
elude a keen clearness,'the great
book of a life of work. His
profession having brought him
early into contact with fhe peo-
pie of the suburbs and those of
the rural sections, both so much
alike the same class interests

point, and his look goes to rest intimately linking them Dr.
immediately upon some detail \lars for years cured the sick

of his surroundings necessary to
his thought and perhaps to his
It is remarkable and. almost
miraculous that The Master, in
a milieu in which intellectual
and social evolution is the rule
of the day, never yielded to a
bourgeois philosophy and that
on the very threshold of life he
should have had the courage to
feel all the riches and heroism
hidden in the homes of the
masses. And that he should
have put his learning, his pen,
his time and his indefatigable
energy at the defense of the
culture of the people. And he
did not do it as ,a dilettante as
many artists and bohemians do.
He digd it as an expert. This
obstinate seeker of trit'fh"did not
depend only on dusty archives.

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and at the same time conduct-
ed a social research which was
climaxed by Ainsi Parla l'On-
cle., 'So Spoke the Uncle..
This book, in my opinion is,
the most important contribution
in Sociological studies qince
1804. and it appeared just as
that crucial moment of total
confusion, during a foreign oc-
cupation, when this country was
looking for a new orientation
'L'Oncle, seemed to say : Do
not despair. The balance sheet
shows a deficit only in appear-
ance. I In all loyalty let us ask
ourselves some question. What
is this Haitian man? Who sup-
ports the burden of the social
structure? What is Voodoo?
What is folklore?.
An entire new generation,-
open to the ideas of justice and
respect for human dignity, set
to work. The most important
books of our literature werz
born of this confrontation of the
Haitian with himself as advocat-
ed by Jean Price-Mars.
It is a quarter of a century
after the unforgettable lesson
given by the professor of his-
tory of. the Lycee Petion that
the movement called Presence
Africaine took shape in France
with the Alioune Diaps, the Mo-
nods.'the Navilles, the Balan-
diers, striving to show the beau-
ties of the African culture and
to explain .the enigma of the ne-
gro to the European world.
For thirty years the Master
has been replying with author.-
ity to the questions put before
the consciences of the elite.. If
he does it using vitriol as ink
and in a polemical style, he has
the right to do so.
The battle for the Truth is
far from being ended.
Jean Prise-Mars has conduct-
ed it with a courage and a tena-
city worthy of his noble earth-
ly origins.
Translated by Dr. Paul Peri-
gord 'Le Nouvelliste. Feb. 1st,
i ____


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Rigolo Return To Canada

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*ting it under the directorship
- of Raymond Doret.
Mr. Raoul Aglion. UN resident
in Haiti, remarked that the
fact that Dino Rigolo could de-
part, is proof that his training..
job wps well done. Others are
able t0 carry on his work.

.. ,
The '-production of fUmstrips' '
haa beert one' of the most im- .
portant accomplishments of the: ,'
Center. The filmstrips for flai- -. .....
ti created by the Haitian techni- Seanislao Diro Rigolo
cians,,were produced by means' / c
of drawing' directly onto cellu-' in Porcia in the artist produc-
loid at very little. expense. By rig p province of Venice, Italy,
Sthe sanei means,. the techniques he went to Canada in 1921 at
in, prodficing animation films the age of seven. After graduat-
were demonstrated; and 'some ing from a Commiercial and ad-
three minutes .'of ,screen time ministrative school, in Toronto,
Were created by the Haitipn art- he returned to the classroom to
ists'... This 3-minutes screening study the Graphic Arts. Studies
constitutes. -housands .of draw- )were interrupted in 19414 for a,
i'i gs by the .artists,. frame after two year stinf with the Sauilt
S.frame, .a,1ternkting .the position 'Ste. Marie Infantry Corps of
,'oSthe-drawing with each frame, His Majesty's Rifles in the Cana -
'- t creating the 'mbvement.- A' dian Army. Wars'. end 'saw him'
Ssctionr has been set up for' on-. taking painting courses a't
eema,: screening through the: Queen's University and later
R.'epublic. It was through the studying under Andre 'Bielr"
i'rco6mmendation of the National and Carl Schaeffer at the Royal
Film Board of Canada that Mr. Ontario College 'of Art. Upon
'.Rigolo joined the staff of Unes- his graduation he became the
:'C*o. youngest member of the staff'
t anislao Rigolo. hap ian im- ,,of ,the Toronto' Cefltral Techni-
pressive art aekground. Borni cal.'..High SchooP as .teacher of;,
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methods of reproduction, paint-
ing, history or art. and related
subjects. Attracted to film
making, he left teaching, and
went to the National Film Board
of Canada where he worked
with 'Norman McLaren and
other avarit-garde film makers
producing.documentary and edu
national films. In 1949 he was
granted the C.A.H.A. national
scholarship for graphic arts to
study abroad. He chose to study
engraving at the. Accademia de
Belle .-,.rti in Rome, Italy.
Rigolo, a members of the Can-
adian Society of Graphic Artists.
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Society of Painters in Watetr
Colours and the Royal Canadian
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'SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18th 1953

By Harry Gott fried

Who amongst us has not
dreamt during his off moments
about waving palm trees, calm
waters and a shoreline that
even in the mind's eye dared
never consider more than a fig-
ment of the imagination. This
is the scenery that meets you
when you enter Port au Prince
by sea. I .have done this many
times, not as a traveler on an
ocean going vessel but as a pas-
senger on a small boat going
out to the reefs to spear fish.
The combination of restful
surroundings and the hunter's
elation at the prospect of his
favourite pastime have lured me
time and time again to the uni-
que marine gardens of the Bay
of La Gonave. After a short
jaunt by motor boat you arrive
on the grounds, because this is
what they really are. From the
side of your boat yoh contem-
plate the sea bottom which so
resembles a garden that if you
'would not know that you are
actually aboard a boat you could
mot believe your eyes., After
you .have- found your anchorage,
preferably as close as possible
tq .your 'hunting ground, you
]e& e your. boat- and enter sur-
rounhdings. that have no equal.
You have'slipped into the water
and have lost all ties with the
land. This can never be achiev-.
ed anywhere but in the air, yet
fAr ties there remain to an ex-
tent since you are bound to a
machinee. In the water yolu are,

you? own master and swim the
way you at Dtimes dream you
could float above the ground.
This impression is heightened
by the plants at the bottom as
well as the ruggedness of the
terrain. Precipice succeeds pre-
cipice and mountain follows
mountain yet you are master of
it all, swooping between ranges
and visiting sights that are only
limited by your own body's
The inhabitants of this land
are just as unbelievable as the
countryside. Instead of walking
or flying they glide propelled
by a graceful movement of their
fins and for a moment you feel
that you are as free as they ap-
,pear. The flowers and plants
surrounding you are as colour-




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guide to lead them and two
small boys to act as custodians
of lunches, cameras, and petty
baggage. One look at the lush
tropical verdure along the path
from Milot was enough to con-
vince me that Civilization be-
longs on city pavements, and
only Adventure is a worthy corn
panion on the road to the Cita-
"delle. Being city-bred in Brook-
.lyn, my adventure was initiated
-...on a small scale: I would trod
the path'of the Roi Christophe's
lavess on my own two.feet. .
j. Our guide .was Etienne Solon,
who bad once led author Hugh
Cave's expedition up to the im-
: posing monument. Etienne was
*.,, soandalised. He had been guid-

S.ing tourists and sightseers from
S"411 over the world up: the rocky
;route for fifteen years, he told
r-'.,us, and never had oire of them
proposed such a wild scheme
:ya climbing on Toot. Etienne's
f6r(.eurage r6se, however in, di-.
fct "proportion to our determ-
"i, nation. His honour wb.s touch-

Ut ', -,

laughed at our plans. Etienne
pointed out the hard green cof-
fee bushes that thrust their
branches into the roadway in
jrqnl nrnfi m in oe aMnnl and

ed : he was our guide and he Lcda tte pt*ULu *i. , ZCs" "a"n-
would take us, even if we wan:- avocadoes were strewn reckless-
) ed to crawl up the slopes on ly along the path; I thought of
our hands and knees. After all. .New York's elegant Lexington
Avenue fruiterers who sell such
who can argue with those crazy
American tourists? delicacies for the equivalent of
As we walked through the three gourdes to Americans who
village of Milot, no less than are delighted to find them on
twenty young stalwarts astride saleat all. Nar's hospialiy
their horses scampered 'after us isprodigal along this road
to sell their services. They Wvee Joseph showed me the mango
more amused then shocked' by trees, and somehow, piecing out
his Creole, I managed to learn
our intent to rely on our own
two feet. In supreme mockery, than Francise mangoes are not
they followed us a quarter of only better, but also cheaper
the way up the route, insisting than the Gustaves. And I learn-
that we would certainly have ed, too, that my' Port au Prince
to call for rescue. By this time, marchande had een charging
me a pretty penny more than
the .hot sun and the steep in-
cline had conspired to- wear sphe ought. Travel is certainly en-
away. my sang-froid and leave lightening
me somewhat doubtful, as well
as breathless% To bolster my Unfortunately, man cannot
courage, I. began hurling back live on mangoes alone and
the inhabitants of the dusty, tor-
retorts to the laughihg young
mtuous lane to the Citadelle are
muleteers. My high school
not revelling in Lexington Ave-
French gave them movie, mate-
nue luxury. A sightseer with
rial for laughter; certainly they
weren't intimidated' by my no stomach for suffering had
threat to not only climb the best avoid the trip. We stopped
slope myself, but so to carry to buy coconut water from a
them and. their ,horses' en fabmil in a thatched hut on the
they grew tired. roadside. l-How Picturesque !,
they grew tired. is .the' -fitst reaction. But hotv
By the time we- reached ,the
,ad that poverty should be pic-
quarter-way mark even these
clever young entreprenei.rs of turesque! Naked little children
S with swollen bellies offered Ls
Milot decided that we were hope .o
t d t w w e the drinks; and later- hungrily
lessly demented, and they cheer-
Saved good-bye Only one consumed the meat of the green
ily waved good-bye. Only one
vestige of civilization remained: .co.nuts. This is the Haiti the
A little lad who balanced a has- P u-Prince sightseer will
ket 1 of- coca-cola bottles on his never find this is the other
head. If anything threatened -side of the coin from -the E-po-.
sition Area and Cabane Ohou-
my nervous stability along'that siton Area and Cabane Ohou-.
Sit was lite Joseh and coune. It is not wol.'y, pleasant
7ou'te it was little Joselh hand'
S.but it has its. humanitarian, comr-
his precarious burden. He hop- t i has its
pensations, this Vrenture hAto the
ped over -the rocks, leaped along
lives bE the Haitian' peasantry:.
ravines, skipped down the pth lives of the Hatan sentry
-..always balancing his..basket Etiennehurried us'along. We
S....- -. ',, &....., had a-. long wady to go, and he
/-i iq hnf d v I' inrk b n

S' ii told that he'd sooner lose his
-P, -"I' .. "t\" head than let the basket fall -

.'0 Cash Begisit but this phenomenon is nothing
.short of voodoo. magic to the
American mind !

'Luckily for my nervous equi-
.librum, we soon* i had other

Prince should not be allowed to

was en route to the Citadelle
T HEvAS that I finally discovered the
Haitian people in a setting typi-
REN T R-N O -S paly and uniquely Haitian. We
passed a woman taking her lit-
Agent In Haiti: *tle girl to work on a coffee plan-
-..POrhIS DEAnL & SONS station. We all brightened at
S...P.O.. .oxe98her greeting, and even she
:- .. .- -jraapopema ~n yt

Was eager to finish his day. It
was not an easy task he had
assumed. From this roadside
stop the route grew so steep
that rry mother'finally heeded
Etienne's plea to rent a horse
from one of the thatched huts.
But Joseph still scampered bars-
foot with his ,coca-cola on- his
head; I kept to the footpath. If
he can, do it . -.
Incline followed'indline, arid
the sharp rocks skidded even
under the pony's h'oofs. No4
'and then Etienne found rea-
sons to let us rest- the magni- '
ficent panoramic view of Sans
Souci below, and the tropical
vistas. of- palm and. banyan, trees
that create a-fairy-tale land-
scape. .We drank in th" sights

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with huge gulps of Joseph'-
coca-cola. Business is good wit!'
walking tourists, his smile seen
ed to say. At least someone was.
feeling comfortable,!

When. we reached the three-
quarter mark, Etienne sent Jo.
seph ahead with my mother nnd
.hef horse. He beckoned grim-
ly to me with a sweaty hand.
*We're taking a shortcut', hc
commanded. Too weary to ar-
gue or ask, I slipped one hand
obediently into his belt. and
stout Etienne literally dragged
me behind him up an incline de-
vised to torment even a moun-
tain goat. In fact, we actually'
did come across one of the many
mountain goats that roam the
roadbed and he didn't look
too happy to be caught there.
His mournful Ba-a-a-a seemed to
say: 'This is no place for nor
mal people.* {I couldn't guaran-
tee this, of course: the animal
spoke in Creole]. Etienne led
me up practically at right an-
gles to the road below and
suddenly the splendid Citadelle
loomed up before us. No won-
der Christophe was safe here :
after that climb 1I hadn't the
strength to wield a pea-shooter'
We had done it now we
could eat lunch! As I unwrap-
ped an egg sandwich already
mouldy from the hot sun, I no-
ticed that :it was just twelve
thirty; -.we had left MiTot at half-
past nine. \The egg sandwich
began to. look more appetizing.
Joseph and Etienhe, according
to protocol, shared our lunch -
but.'we also had,a guest We
hadn't counted on : the care-
takers' dog greedily wolfed down
all visible- left-overs as if he
hadn't been fed since the reign
of Christophe. We'sympathised
with thp feeling by now.

Too many books -have been
written attempting to convey the
magnificence of the Citadelle
and the .proud history opf is ori-
gin. Fe\v of them even ap-
proach tihe grandeur of the ex-
-perience, the thrill of; standing
on the ground before a monu-
ment to.the glory,of one mtan's
devotion to his kingdom. To say
more is superflous to be gra-
phic is futile.

After we toured th& interior
with Etienne as historical men-
Itor, we began to feel the effects
of the journey: I in iny feet,
and my mother well.....
Still we could laugh and agree
that the trip was certainly worth-
the experieice, for the route up

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SUNDAY, OCTdBER 18th' 1953

Tourist Ships To Pay 32 Visits

To Port-au-Prince This Season

The world's most luxurious
cruise ships will include Port-
a -Prince 32 times in their itin-
erary this winter tourist .season.
This will be the greatest boon
yet from the tourist by sea to
Our flowering tourist industry.
Below is .the list of the cruise
ships and their schedule arri-

November lst: S.S. Ocean
Monarch- of the Furness Line.

December 19th: S.S. New Am-
sterdam of the Holland Ame.
rica Line.

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December: 2,2nd:: 'S.S- ,Maas-
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Llie.' .., ,

December 25th:" S.S. 0Olym-
pia,.of the Greek Line.
December 26th: S.S. Flandre,
of the Compagnie Generale
Transatiantique. .
December 26th: S.S. -Patricia.
of the Swedish Lloyd Line.

December 27th: S.S:; New
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January- 15th: S.S. *Antilles-
Maas- of the Compagnie Generale
erica Transatlantique.
January 16th: S.S. *Patricia-
of the Swedish Lloyd Line.
onia, January 20th: S.S. Queen ob
Line. -Bermuda, of the Furness Line
re. of January 23rd: S.S. ,']andre*.'
rrans- of the Compagnie' Geb'eral.' 6
Maas- January 25th: S.S. -Oslofjord-.
nerica of the Norwegian America'Line-
January 25th: S.S. ,Antillesw'
of the Compagnie Generale-
January 30th: S'S., ,Olympiaw-'
of the Greek Line. "
February 5th: S.S. *Nieuw.
Amsterdam, of the Holland Ame; :
rica Line.'
February 8th: S.S. -Patridi .,
of the Swedish Lloyd Line..'-
February 13th: S.S. .-Oly'mpii,
of the: Greek Line.
February 14th: S.S. *'NieuWr "
Amsterdamn of the HFollanid Amd .
rica tine. ,
MARCH : 44
March Ist: S.S. 'Olympiai. o.
the Greek Line.
March 1st:- S.S. 'Patricia. b6;
.the Swedish, Lloyd Lin .
March. 2nd: S.S. ,Maasdiamin'
of the Holland America Line.
March i6th: ASS.S.,fle '..
S. France .f the Compagnie 'e.-_ '
rale Trapsatlantique.
Mardh .i11th SS. *.iSfella .. '
.laris of the Clipper Line.., "1"
March 12th: SS.. 'Flarn4_%
'the Cqmpag ie Genera.1r i^- .
* atlantique. ." '. t
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the Swedish -Lloyd Line,;
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Among the numerous bills
passed by the Senate during its
last session is the one modifying
-taxes on vehicles. The new pro
ject-presented by Secretary of
State of the Interior Me Ducasspe
Jumelle was made necessary b::.
the- unceasingly increasing nu'n
ber of vehicles, the extension ci
the road network: and the de.
'velopment of tourism, which
has created new transportation
* :problems. The former ]aw on
'- vehicles was over 30 years old.
Z.. Tariffs have been fixed as
': follows for motor and mechani-
cal vehicles:
.Private Automobiles
4-cylinder vehicles with up to
S' seats 40 gourdes


4-cylinder vehicles

Vehicles with more than 5 |
seats 55 gourdes.

with up ;:.

5 seats 40 gourdes.
6-cylinder vehicles with up to
5 seats 60 gourdes.
6-cylinder vehicles with up to
7 seats 75 gourdes.
S-cylinder vehicles with up to
5 seats 75 gourdes.
6-cylinder vehicles with up to
7 seats 100 gourdes.
12-cylinder vehicles with up to
5 seats 100 gourdes.
12-cylinder vehicles with up to
7 seats 125 gourdes.
.Veicles with more than 12
cylinders 150 gourdes.

Public Automobiles
Vehicles %with 'up to 5 seats
40 gourdes.
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I Dinner Dance Every Wednesday Hearses 40 goures,
Dung-carts 10 gdurdes.
.1 -mCarts pulled by oxen 5 gour-
Sazz Guignard Motorcycles 'or any motor ve-
S ' hicle with less than 4 wheels
S' 15 gourdes.
Please Reserve your table. Bicycles 5gourdes.
Motor. fuel or electrical tram-
S- 'ways 75 gourdes.
Tel. 7887. '

-'-Le P card ie
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' Specialities-

aOnion Soup
"* FiletMignon
j, Pepper Steak
Snails .
---o* -- -. Escalloppe de Veau
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For Reservations Tel. 7416.


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IP- -Mo.- O Q O O 0 0 0 Om.-I

Lest you forget

Trucks and Camionnettes
Freight, passenger, vehicles,
buses 60 gourdes.
Tractors of one ton or less 75
I'- ton tractors 100 gourdes
1'. to 2-ton tractors 150 gourdes.
Tractors of more than 2 tons
an increase of 50 gourdes petr
halt a ton or fraction of half a

Vehicles Pulled By Animals
2-seat hired buggies 10 gourde;
a year.
Vehicles with 4 seats or more
15 gour-des.

Public Vehicles
2 seat vehicles 15 gourdes.
Vehicles with -i seats and
more 20 gourdes.
Vehicles for baptisms and
marriages 35 gourdes.

Unexcelled American French German Haitian
Cuisine and Beverages



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The Palace of Sans-Souci the Eighth Wonder of the
World -- King Ohriatophe's Citadel -- The Indian
Caved at Dondon The lovely beaches of the North.
Coast '
Apply M. Leopold Sanchez, Cap Haitien, Rues A-23
Telephone 454

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4 410. .. ow l.mi

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Hotel Ibo Lele

PHONE: 7886

Dinner Dance

Tuesday and Fridays

from 8 to 11.30 p.m.

in Cool Kenscoff
For Lunches and Dinners'of Distinction
* Almdst 5,000 feet; almost a mile
A above sea-level
Yet only 15 pleasant miles, 35 leisurely
minutes from the heart of the Capital


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Creole Parle Creole Comprenne ;

'- *
Chaque dimanche, n'ap publier oun article
'en creole. Jodi-d, nous inandd Morisseau-
Leroy qwu. cri oun live creole ddjd *Diacoute'
Sac oun pikce thdate *Antigonex ecri pou nous
gui gen't deri creole-la. ,
Gan oun gen ypO 6cri cr6ole yo r41d Lau-
back. Gan oun l'aute gen yo r616 Lauback rec-
I tifi4 ou bien Pressoir Faublas. Yo toute bon.
C'6 selon qa; ous vlez fai ac ca ous 6cri-A. C'4 se-
16n gen ous vier servi ac cr6ole-l' pou montrer toute moune li.
Gen moin minme m'6cri'l la, m'ta 416 franc 'simplifi6.
En effet, -cr6ole c'6 oun france qui pi simple pass toute
francs yo parld en France. Ca qu' fail pi simple IA? Nous pren
mot france yo nous employ yo gen pa nous. 4ous employed yo oun
ge. grand papa nous 't6 conne employer mot d6pi 16 yot6 en
Afrique. Nous fai langue pa nous ac li. C'6 oun langue franco-
africaine, si'dus ta vld r616 con ca.
M'gdimber en pile nan ca nous te dbnnin d6pi lo nous quitter
I'Afrique; Nous guimber tout ca nous t6 capab guimber. Nous
pren nan main franod-a-yo tout ca nous td capab pren.
C'6 vrai pou danse nous yo. C'd vrai pou gen nout- chanter
ggn nous comprenne oun pile bagaille. Toujou gagnin ti goutte
,'Afrique, ti goutte francs IA dans'l. Gan d6 fois, gan plusse
I 'frique pass la France! L'aute fois plusse la France passe
'Afrique. C'd con ca pou langue nous-a tou.
Si oun moune di ous l'aute gabaille, c'd menti.
I. a qu'.vl fai-nous pi francs passed nous ye, -y'ap fai'n p6du
totute. quality nous." Ca qu' vl fai nous pi africain passed nous
yd, yb bkibr totee temps ga-a n'ap. vive icite-l',. n'ap contrer l'aute
moune toute .temps-ga-a computer tou. Qa nous y6 A l'heu qu'il e,
Sc' Hdati i ,
*Cr o& buhidgue"'aitlenne. o a i l laAinique
tou, yo% 1'LGad eldUtpe. to., La Guyane t6u. .Min La Mar- .
tlinique,.,T, ialeloupe,:Ia Guyane' c' e pays ftance.. Yo ple I La
Louisiane tou lyMin la Louisiane o'e pays-ai4ricain... Haiti, c'e
oun pays 'be. C'6.pays pa rous. Creole, c'langue pa-~adus.
E " '" ''. - -, I'". ., ' _* ' . .. '
Nout 4 mil lipp Haitieps..qui pal*r"crqlde.' Nan point; reason
pou n'ias apprenn,6" 4cr' tou.; Nani point bagaille noue pas
capab cri.. eri cole. ~i~oune qui di ous cr ele mahnqcur mot,
pou di bagaille qu lioi"licqhe, Vb pas jainmei essa'yer.. N'a fait
mot qui' :anqu6o.' N'ai pren 2i france, oti; france prerr met '
nan anglai, cou ahnlai' prenr mp naht fanced, nan .allemand.
Maintenant, you- mander'mn pouqui ga nous pas montrer
toute nioune paler francs nous fini ac ca. .
...-" "'"
Depi .S,Qiahs, pas c'd ca n'a essayer. fai, nous pas r6ussi?
Minmr si.,':ta montier toute moune paler france, nbus ta.
paler creol4uijoui. b-D'aprbs moin minme oun -seul gen pou nous
montrer te te thoune' paler franc6, c' 'pou. iontrer yotoute li
ac ecri' crole.. -Lo qa-a, nous toute n'a apprenne palerA fqanc6,
cou moune u'i conne li francd apprennre paler anglai. '
6C'4 ac creole pou'n fini. Yo niette fai ga yo vler, nous.
pas p'fiT 'crdole-A.
Qa itn. fni ac li-a, c'6 z'affai 90 ou pou 100 moune qui
pas comme-il ac 6cri-a I! .
Ca pou'z .fni ac li-a, c'd histoi 2 ou 3 moune qui conne li
comprenne c'6'&pou yp seul Dessalines td fei phys icite !!!
Si tot" emoune apprenne li dcri creole, toute moune va ap-.
prenne li fTance tou.'
M'ddri cedole oun gen pou moune qui comme li france ddji
capab li tou facilement, pou moune qui apprenne li capab li
francd tou.
F. Atorisseau-Leroy.


C ,Hospital Psych!
To Be Built
Saint Martin

The Department


O'esquiron Chicken



of Public

Health is studying earnestly the
possibility of building a Psychia-
tric Hospital, said the -Le Ma-
tin, this week. They went on
no say that. the government has
already purchased land at Saint
Martin, and the building al-
though costly should be very
comfortable and supervised by
foreign as well as. Haitian spe-

Beauty Consultant Here

Elvira Coelho, Dorothy GrayV's
Travelling Beauty Consultant
arrived here Friday to put het
vast knowledge of beauty need
at the disposal of the women of
Haiti. Elvira is demonstrating
at La. Belle Creole, daily through
tb -the 24th, to women, who 1wis&h
to consult her about their beag-
ty needs.


Latin America is in the midst
of a 'population explosion.. Its
people are multiplying 2% times
as fast as the populations in the
rest of the world. Right now,
the population of Latin Ameri-
ca and the Caribbean islands, as
tabulated by Washington's Po-'
pulation Reference Bureau [a
nonprofit nongovernmental or-
ganization], is some 173 mil-
lion just about the same as
the U.S. and Canada together.
But if present growth .rates
should continue until the year
2000 Latin America and the
West Indies would top the U.S.
plus Canada by 550 million to
250 million. Fastest-growing
Latin country : Costa Rica.
which adds 3.2% a year, slow-
est, Argentina, with 1.6% [%v. the
U.S., with 1.7%]. Among the
Caribbea'n islands, Puerto Rico
has 'the highest growth rate,
2.87%. [eTimea Oct. 19].

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UNITED NATIONS DAY 24th, Mr. aRoul Aglion U.N.
On the occasion of .United Na head here will offer'a 11 to 1
ion s Dvays Saturdav Octnober ..

...... ,- ......J., ., p.m. reception in Petionville.

On sale at: Bicharat

SIzrnerv. Au Lincoln.'ernc:n,
.s been recommending Baz?- de ]a Poste,
CLAPP'S BABY FOODS Bazar National. Geor-. ."
\' 'longer than any other .. -
Sbaby foods ges Coles. Maisoh'

S\ Sim6n Vieux, Mine
SJoseph Maglio, Bazar .
S Edmond Phipps.

Exclusive Distributor ifo Haiti Phone: 3513


Above. as seen from Chemin des Dalles, the reconditi-n--l.
AIR-CONDITIONED, Aux Cosaques. The beautifully, i ar.
conditioned restaurant is famned for its tasty Haitian dishes
such as Tassot and Griot. So mething to be seen by all is
their Rhum mural, a master ul piece of w.ork.



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,,Tepee- Capt., Wife And
Daughter Here For
Hurricane Season

The big two-masted 80 foot
schooner swinging at anchor in
the bay is the -Tepee,, here for
the hurricane season. Aboarni
are owner-captlain C. R. Cra..
dall retired Lieut.-Commander cf
the U.S. Navy, his wife Tony-
and daughter Barbara. The ,Te-
pee, called here last year in the
course of an island ft island
tour of the Caribbean, sailing as
far south as Trinidad. o-
Skipper Crandall, who hopes

some lea-loving tourist will care
to charter his vessel during the
season, spent his 35 years at.
sea on the biggest of Navy
ships On retirement in 1946 he
has the -Tepee. built to order
in the Bahamas. Looking to-
wards Port au Prince's protect-
ing range of mountains he ex-
claimed: aWonderful, wve have
noting over ten feet hWih in

The capital of the Loan Com-

____ Commission of the Army iros
today from 250,000 Courdes I
i 330,000 Gourdes; this increase
: Madame, are your was done with a dual goal i

bihdays showing? mind:
.- "a) To facilitate loans to men

ELVIRA COELHO hers of the Armed Forces;
b) Support the Armed Force
S' retirement funds.
'.o-, thy These transactiohs'were star
ed in the month of October.
To this purpose and by dec
*G"" sion of His Excellency the Pr
sident of the Republic, a Loa
Park Avenue Salon Commission has been establish
ed at the General Headqdarter
will bae in our of the Haitian Army, integra
cosmetics department ed by the Paymaster General
.- .. .. _. President and two other office]
appointed by the Quartermastt
.Fronr October 16th to 24th .d ohe ,Army; one of these o
-.;' ., ficers will -be the treasurer.
Let her tell you what won-
4 eis Dotothy Gray Cellogen AN AMBASSADO
Cram. has done for.over-
thirty skin! Thousands of ISITED
women have been delighted Mcnday morning Ambassadc
to discover that with its oy Tasco Davis paid a cou
S high natural estrogenic hor- tesy call at the Tourist Bureai
: mone ornten,, Celogeh, -The 'American Ambassad(
?..,. was received by Tourist Dire
L'^"""A "BEL.E- CREOLE tor Pierre Chauvet.

ecoe Le nieilleur des pneus giants!

|.... Mier RIB
Le pneu qui vous donne-di
avantages inespir6s sane dO
Sense suppl6mentairel
r- Une marche stable et douce ..
.. nmoins de risques de d6rapaj
Sune carcasse extra-r.sistani
d'une tenue,'infgal.e q.. e
-' "- rem le E;lom6trage te jd
,-'' L=6ev6 au prisx le plus bas.

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'" e Hi-Mjier "All Weather" possude la faiense
:. bande _Ae dntlement "All Weather" de rqnom-
p"..sr mmdiale qui assure une rduistande au
'd rapage et une traction ezceptionnelles sur
..touules S .
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In traditional solemnity at the
Palais de Justice Monday morn-
i.ng after attending the special
mass of the Holy Ghost at the
Basilique Notre Dame His Ex-
cellency President Magloire pre-
sided over the opening of the
Courts. The President of the
Cour de Cassation, Me Joseph
Nemours Pierre-Louis, made the
opening address:
*If during our life as a peo-
ple arbitrary measures and ty-
ranny sowed, at certain pe-
riods, mourning and desolation
in our homes, the public cala-
mities were caused only by go'-
ernments disrespectful of laws
and the constitution.
The people has often sanc-
tioned severely the prejudici-
able dealings of those chief.
and history has always blamed
their conduct.
One of the best means of per
petuating the work of our fore-
fathers. and securing the great-
ness of this country is to re-
spect the laws. The laws of a
country, a Haitian jurist' said,
are his thought, his intelli-
gence: they represent his con-
science, his morality, his expe-
rience, his wisdom. They are to
some extent the spirit of the
fatherland. To contempt those
sacred thing of the fatherland.
laws i- to contempt the most
To end, we hope to express
the feelings of 'everybody by
wishing, at the eve of the cele-
bration of the 150th anniversary
of our independence, that our.
country always remain, as our
fathers wished that it be, the
boulevard of Liberty; we wish
that it always, be the Land of
Promise.of the sons of a race 'to -
which the whole world has for
long been a desert where it
could not find any help. any as-
sistance, not even pity,* said
the Cour de CAssation Presi-
dent Me. Joseph Nemours Pierre

Blame ,,Charbonniers,
For Denuding Kenscoff
And Swamping P-au-P

SLe Matin, threw blame on
the charcoal makers for the
avalanche of earth and- water
that swept down onto,the high-
ways and homes of Petionville
last Thursday evening. Their
cutting down of trees in the
mountatas causes serious ero-
sion and if allowed to continue
will create a serious problem to
Pott au Prince.

ii FI SUN*

The Law
Of Courts

Joseph Nadal and Co. Agents. Tel: 3486

for Distinguished Beauty and Unparalleled
Accuracy Always Choose

S i 2 f

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APreferred Everywhere


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President Makes Mars, he watched soldiers from
Early Morning the Caserne going through their:..
Inspection Tour daily drill. To be informed on:
the punctuality of government
Six o'clock Tuesday morning employees, His Excellency then
His Excellency President Ala- visited the Departments of Pub-*
gloire made an inspection tour. lie H health and Interior, return-'I
First visiting the Champ b? ing to the Palacc at 8:15.

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Port-au-Prince bound aftdr
Summer in Europe are the Van
: der Kaays of the Dutch Line.

' Irs. Colette Smatt [Sendrall
ando daughter Ingrid will fly to
Kinghston Tuesday with Mrs.
. ,Victor [Mousson] "Aybar.
'- :0:--.
Mr..George's. Heraux. Presi-
,.dent of- the Hotelier's Associa-
tion*. and Mme' Heraux offer-
ed',.a buffet dinner to members
of. the Association Wednesday
Sevening at the Sans Souei.
cTres Chique* Melle Jean
-Phipps, Mqanagigg Editor of
Harper's Bazar, is at the famed
.Oloffsop o.i vacation. AMss
Phipps,.'has the good intention
of visiting the ;Citadelle as
well as dther historical and ar-
itisic places during her visit.
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Unitd' NatUons Luther ,Rgy
will Me."hs.mobkIe-s stoves
and .water"'filters: ths week and
return home to, th:. States for
annual leave: ',.

Last $a ucr E.dto jer 10, Lt'.
Gaston Ig4nis and,Lt.. Raoul
Dagut. .e ,ft.-dor the -United
w re thpy will study.
Ma3 .s in New- Londoi Con'-
neq.ut arnM Daguilt in Chicago.
Both ytung men are in the
'Gt'r.s Cotes d'Haiti.
Thfi Panama Line which will
docW tomorrow, Monday the 19th
Will bring among 'others Mme
Milo Prezeap who spent a month
on .vacation in New York.

Robert Roy and Ren6 MarinF
are expected back next wVeek
from their four-month tour of
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Thursday, .October 16,, the Em-
' manuel Miot of Avenue 0 gave'
a party to celebrate Gerard
Miot's engagement to'Miss Rol-
ande Crepsac., Wedding bells
will ring for them in December.

Peggy and. Norton Wubbold
clippered to Miami Friday.
,.' -:0- .
.Claudb Angelluci and Mile
Marsiene- Beliai'd are going

Duthiers. is

evening Coucoute
celebrating her

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Mr. Nelaton Camille, the po-
* pular Mayor of 'Part au Prince
celebrated his fete Thursday.
-:0:- *
Businessman Don Mohr.went
,-to the' States Friday.

Mr.ier icTp tauer wehfitto
Miamii Wedpesday. Thursday
his daughter Helga underw'eit
an appgpeidua operation.. Rudy.
returned from .Europe Friday.
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Gladys- and Charles Lbchard
are new York .,bound Saturday.
Mrs. Louis Moravia. returned
to, her shop in Ruelle Carl-
stroem Wednesday from a two-
month business trip to France
and the States.. -
-:0:- .
Mrs. Gdrard Vital observed
her fete Thursday evening.

Luc Jeanity is going to New
York Saturday.
Alfred Spillett recently return
ed with his wife from an 'inter-
esting European trip, left Wed-
nesday for two months work
with Esso in Jamaica.

Gontran 'Rouziet and Vic
Lampson returned Tuesday from
a business trip to San Juan.

S REG.TRADE MARK Tcimous sin

tHAITY SU C e'.i

This past week the Reiher Estime who arrived from King- for Parke.and Davis P."armacen.
-family w'as *en fete,; Monday ston Wednesday. tical products and Madame thal
Mrs. [Grandma] Charles Reiher -:0:- former Marlene Roy, ale. baoi.
observed her 83rd birthday. .Time- correspondent Mary from honeymooning 'in. Ken
Tuesday Mrs. Albert Denis. cele- Johnson returned Tuesday from coff .. making their hqme
brated her anniversary with Oan extended visit to'-the States Turgeau..,
the family at hofne in Petion- weighed .down with. assign- -:0:-
ville. Today Violette. supporter ments. *. Madame Pa.ul E. Magloire.Was'.-
Henri Reiher Jr. is bamboching -:0:-. guest of honour.at a dftnhepi';at:
-his birth anniversary. Daniel Rouain flipped to Pa- ty Offered -at Hotel Chdou
-:0:- ris'.Thursday by air to' make Tuesday evening by the grad I,
Mile Johanna Ilia Rie Lam- some-purchases for. his. *Bou, ous proprietress Madame Do -
'bers gave a 6 to 8 cocktail party tiqUe Iomnain. nique Makini. :
at the home of hbr Uncle, Mr. --0:- .. -:0:-
Franz Siegel Wednesday eon- Mr. .and -Mrs. Frnck Wilson Serge Bouchereau and .iB .
Ing. -' and daughter Carol have teturn- Marie Russo-are married...
-:0:- .ed from abroad. '-:0:- ... .'
Arrived from Miami on Mon- -:0:- On the 'occasion of t'e return'
day: Richard Roger. and Phyllis Mr. and Mrs. Jules Faine;had to the' diplomatic circle. of.,'ka
Cauvin and Rene Joseph 0o- pa big date Friday at..fheir home dame. Tbrres. Talavera, fromn'i^,t-
reau. .. in Mont Hercule o. they cele- iting in Mexico, the Ambas
-:0:-- brated 30 years of married life.' of Cuba and Madama* .'E ra .
Sunday in Cap Haitien is a Next door neighbours ..Mr. and de Arce offered an el -t
big day on the Laroche calen- Mrs. Sirias Russo observed .their ceptioin Thktrsday'eveBeng E3.
dar. Mile Michaelle Laroche, first wedding anniversary the ,6 to 8 at their resfidenceln.
daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Mau- same day. nue du Chili.
rice Laroche is to be baptised at -:0:-- ' -- .'-
. the Cathedral. Mis$ Nicole Mllebranche and Wednesday afternoon
-:0:- Architect Gerarid Fombrun .have Emile 'St. Lot boarded:.', a A.
SJean Claude Elie ex-Violette set -the date. clipper. BotUhd, for Paris on
goalie left Thursday to study in . -:0:- ness..
Paris. Mrs. Sonny'[Annl Griswold is ---:0:- .
-:0:- ,- .happy to be'back on the local Yvon D'ilfana is leaving,,Hant#
Thursday was the 22nd wed--scene. Saturday inidday by.air. Yvon\is
ding anniversary 'of Mr. ad ;; ..'. off to Virginia State College to'-
Mrs. George Naude. There 'was ., study,Meancs. .. -.
a.family dinner,at- oie inPe- '. .A popular .ysitr to: Haiti for- j -.-. .... ':- -
.tionville ,.to commemoYat'a' the a number of .years, James ,I). Ciudad Trujillo boundcbyuto..'
.*ceasioh. ,.. A' u-dit of National A rlihes was this weekend are
.h, a e .e. . i,
'. ; .'"':o- .:' back *.1n.town Jast wdek. Mr.. Carol' Decatrel. Jacqpue,;1, Bo0I-"y
Edith Bqiley went" ,o the ..Stuart,, Maager. of:. Intefline jolly, Frantz. Heraux,, '"n.l .,
States via San Juan" this week Sales qro Natipgal Airlines told Tippenhader, The boys.,:aye
on a three-month vaca4iot.,' the LSuni Haiti now has all the .their fingers crossed'.-t+id "tWp
-... :0:- possibilities, of increasing -, its -.. on their last. voyage thfyl-'
A. Arrived from".Miami Saturday: touristic po entialities . and hit 'a moto ele and ut'.
Benjamin Aboudi, Marie .reresp omitted to mention whether Na- bus. .
Dejoie, Lt. Gerald Charles Pierre tional is-goig to be of any more. :.-:0- .
of the Haitian Airlorce, Mme, help. Last Sunday after his
Carme Amalia,jFrantz and Max' -:0- I '. tism at the Cathedral ti,,ab'
Aime and Octave F~nelli Ed.' Apologies and congratu- ,Peck was 'honoured by his .fa.
l-:0;-- nations to 16-year-old Jokiane V their Agronomist lebe-t,' Peck'
Mr. John Dobbs, Resident Sec tal., and mother with a 5 to 7 at., '
retary of the London and Lan- --:0: their Damiens villa. .
cashire Insurance Company Ltd., Nadine Bouard is Kingston .
in Kingston, Jamaica, arrived in bound to' stud secretarialwork.
Port on Friday. He is on a -:9:- ,
two-week inspection trip, of the Mr. and' Mrs. Robert Baussan
Branch in Haiti headed by Rony returned to the Ibo Lele from Engineer and Mrs. Jacky AiuW"
chenet the States last weekend. -Robert -guste have welcomed the arrivaE""
.was on Choucou Bay business of their first addition: .a bqaiu-
-:0:-- 'and entered his son at Riverdale tiful baby girl *Genieve.r' Ma is
Mrs. Elias Noustas was wel- country school in Connectictit. the former Monique Dreyfuss.
comed home from entering .the Mrs. BaussanAas lee. on a four- .' -:0:- .: .
daughters and son in school in month tour of Italy and Fradce. Lt and Mrs. Michel Cohte v
the States Tuesday. -:0:- have a baby Voy 'lRic'hatd.
-:0:- Miss MarieTherese Lake of -:0:- ..
Home from studying Beauty the Ibo Lele is travelling'in the .Architect' and Mrs. Claude .Bt- "
Salon technie is Mile Raynionde States with Mrs. Charles Foi- -heart were blessed with a-six,
o t i ______ brun. "S "and a half pound baby boy Mo- !
S. Samuel Gallin of the Gallin day. .
S* Uniform Company of NewXork ., -:0:-'
f was in town. this-past week with Friday in Cap Haitien a baby
his tape measure. boy was born to lMr. and -Mrs.:
--:0:- Adrien Laroche. He's to be
>ee 18 -" Raymond Etienne,' salesman christened Ti Raymond.' ""*

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Pane 14 .HAITI SUNwi

H. 'A. Has Impressi

Ceremony Despite B

Despite a torrential downpour, Frid
Last Friday evening saw about 75 films,
persons assembled at the Insti- Unite(
t ute for the inauguration of the 24.
..new Auditorium. The new Di- TO V
rectot, Dr. Ralph H. Brown, af- In
-r ter being presented by Mr. Ho- tional
m' er Gayne, Cultural Attach6 of and tJ
,. -the American Embassy, spoke the A
.informally to the Institute's rector
guests, gathered in the library Browi
because of the severity of the portal
rain. Dr. Brown emphasized the preser
fact that'the Institute reflected week
.. the people in it, and thanked all ned
: those whose efforts made pos- Browr
'sible the present repairs to the of the
.: Auditorium in time for the open- end, a
i. ng. of classes. both I
During the course of the tions,"
",evening, an Honorary Member- -
S'.ship In the Institute was pre-
sented to American Ambassador
-Roys Tasco Davis, who was pre-
-. sent despite the weather. Recog-
i-r/ition was also give, for excep-
.,'.ti0ndl service to the Institute, .
to Ithe, former Administrator, M.
4.':Pa U Najac, and to M. Emile
Tc 'Brun, present head of ,the teach-
ng staff.
,.- Among the guests of the even-
:.'i"ng: we're Ambsfgitdor Tor-'
.res Talaveras' f Mexico, Am-
4"4bassaor and Mrs. Bercegole de
ile of France, -nd Ambassador
and Mrs. .Cantaia Gunimares .f '
Briazi, Senator Loyis Bazin, etc.

SPresenting .
'The.Institute is presenting bp-
bik.i7g Monday, .October 19, its
tufl weekly programme of ctl-
.tural and social activities, as fol-

""',, .ohda-y, 7, p.m. M. Felix Mo-
riikeau-Leroy: Quelques Aspects
id.a LittdratVre Haitinne. This
Ai eek is the second in his series
IoE tofu..nd tables in French, on
i, subject,. and will begin, a
i'disCussion on,. the problem of
Tuesday, 6 p.m, Mrs. Ralph H.
.".rown: Illustrated Lecture Se:
ries on American Art. Mrs.
..Brown will begin her series, de-
;: err.ed from last week, with a
- .prehtation of Art during the
.'.:."'-American Colonial period. .Illus-
. trations will be .both by .lides
...nd illustrations from textbooks
' n. art.
::. Thursday, 6 p.m. Dp, Ralph .
H. Brown: Lecture Series on
-' American History and Litera-
,r:ture This week is the second
Oi the series, and, will cover, the
eicd of the War of Indepen--
r^'qpge a., the foundation .of.the
Xitt4 Stat& of America.
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ive Opening

lad Weather

Continued from Page I

lay, 8 p.m. Programme of n the Galette. It was an un-
in commemoration of timely arrival; water was ga-
d Nations Day on October thering momentum and rising

isit Cities
co-operatios with the Na-.
Ministry of Education
he Educational Services of
merican Embassy, the Di-
of the Institute and Mrs.
n expert to visit the im-
nt cities of Haiti during the
nt academic year. This
Thursday a visit is plan-
to St. Marc, where Dr.
n will address the students
e Lycde; over next week-
trip is planned, including
ectures and film presenta-
to Gonalves.

rapidly.- Baussan was forced to
leave unceremoniously by the
window, .leaving a new pair of
shoes behind, tied to the steer-
ing wheel. Rescuers pulled
him to high land by means of
a rope.
* No sooner ashore, Baussan set
out in'search of Fito Braun and
his tow-truck. At 9.30 a.m. the
gentlemen returned and were
amazed to find the automobile
had completely disappeared.
Still searching the following
morning, it was a friend of the
distressed car-owner who scream
ed MNfe li- pointing between his

toes. An incredible feat, the
water had carried it 80 feet and
buried it from sight with rocks
and silt.
The remains were extracted
after S hours of toil. by a trac-
tor which built a canal and the
tow-truck which hoisted it odt.
All Petionville assisted at the
extraction ceremony.

In the list of 'journalists who
showed pp at the distribution of
clothes and school books given
by Madame Magloire yesterday,
our *confrere- Le National did
not mention ,Le Nouvelliste.,
No doubt an omission, we be-
We cannot in all faith imagine
that a newspaper whose duty is
to inform the public can willing-
ly omit to mention in a report-

age the name of a sconfreres.
As to ourselves, we shall keep
on mentioning the name of -Le
Nationals whenever we find oc-
casion to do so. We owe it to
ourselves and our readers.
-- Le Nonvellistes Thursday,
October 15th, 1953.

Minister Lataillade
Fetes Triumphant'
Violette Club
Friday evening the congenial
Under-Secretary of State for In-
terior, Roland Lataillade Hon-
oured the triumphant Violette
team with a grand ball at the
Amicale Club.
It was a wonderful celebra-
. tion for the team and many
supporters and other -teams -
which has just returned froni
beating Jamaica on her home
ground. Jazz Lamy provided .
the music.




Paee 14



Personality Of The Week
(Continued from Page 1)

thy farm life until he worked
as a miner further north. About
1939, two rural ministers of the
Watch Tower Society were stu-
dying- with. Harvey's sister, and
through her efforts, he became
interested -in the work of Jeho-
vah's witnesses. He partnered
up with Alex Brodie, and ever
since 1945 they have been work-
ing together as full-time minis.
ters. This meant a big change
in'his life. Steadiness is likely
' what brought him the invitatior
to attend the Watch Tower
Bible School of Gilead, locater
near the famous Cornel Univer
sity, at Ithaca, New York.

August 3, 1947 was a big'day
At Graduation, Mr. N. H.-Knorr
the President of the school
handed out the diplomas and.as
signments to over 100 student
that graduate twice a year front
this training center. From there
Harvey was sent with his part
ner to the cold Lake St. Johi
district, 150 miles north of Que
bec City until the foll6winj
spring, when they. were sur
praisedd with an assignment
where they could continue'speal
.ing Fl-rich. From the coo
north to the sun-basked isle o
Haiti 'they flew, arriving Apri
15, 1948.;\ '

Most of Harvey's preaching
activities take place jn Port ai
Prince where he is assigned
but being a strong chap, hi
asked for permission to do somr
missionary work outside thE
capital from time to time. OnE
of the most outstanding tours
.that he made was with his part
%ner when they took their bicy
cles on' a camion to Hmche
From there to Gonaives the3
pedalled their -wheels", spend
ing five days at St. Michel dC
L'Atalay6, where the magistral
felt very concerned about their
jvelfarb, so he made special ar
-angements for them to have
comfortable lodgings at the m'
Jitary post. A camion took their
from Gonaives to Port-de-Pai.
for a brief visit. Then Harvey
and Alex n)ouhted their bicw

cles and pushed them all the
258 kilometers back to Port au
Prince, visiting and talking
with hundreds of country-folk

Mr. Drinkle has a special
wharf permit to visit the boats
* and talk to their crews.. This
. allows him to show his added
. devotion to missionary work.
a Many sailors have gotten to
know him by his regular visits
when they come to dock at the
r customs in Port au Prince. He
d has placed literature in nine dif-
- ferent languages with them.
[The witnesses have publica-
tions in over 100 languages, with
. representatives in 146 lands.
r, Many times they ask Harvey to
I, stay aboard for- supper.

s One day, almost rour years
n ago, an 80-foot ketch-rigged
, yacht pulled up to the wharf.
t- and a group of young men were
n asking Harvey questions about
- Haiti. One of the lads the
g mate came ashore ill. The
r- others pulled up ancqbor and
t later disappeared into the Paci-
k fic. The one survivor here in-
)l cidentally, is. Your Reporter
f Bernard. Diederich. Great to be
il alive, isn't it? This rather re-
minds us of the point to this
story : .where had Harvey 'been
g for six months of this year?
u Last December, Harvey no-


ticed a growing lump in his
right cheek, so he consulted
several doctors in Haiti who re-
commended going to the U.S.A.
or Canada to seek the latest me-
dical knowledge and equipment
for operating. Immediate atten-
tion was needed because, as lat-
er proved, there was a fast-
growing cancerous tumor in the
right cheek. A military boat
was viisiting Haiti at the time,
and true to his devotion Harvey
visited it, and the head doctor
gave him a letter that would
gain him easy entrance to either
of th6 famous centres for can-
cer treatment at New York and
Montreal. In March he left by
air. but not to forget Haiti.
Arriving at BrooklyA, place
-was made for him at 124 Colum-
bia Heights, the headquarters of
the Watch Tower Society. In
the care of theiriown doctor, ..
E. Ilett, arrangements were
made for Harvey's entry to the
Memorial Cancer Center. The
tumor was cut and a test 'prov-
ed the guess that originated In
Haiti. Now a big decision loom-
ed up. Expert medical advisors
asked Harvey if he would con-
sent to having his eyes remov-
ed, for it had been affected by
"the growth. With one night to
sleep on it, his answer was, *If
- -necessary,- yes.--..

The operation. lasted an,-in-
credible five and a half hours.
during which time all affected
tissues and bones were reriov-
ed. This included the roof of


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arriving at Havana at 12:19 p.m.

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the .mouth, an eye, the right
maxilla and much tissue that
could not be left due to its doubt
ful appearance. Strangely en-
ough, the operation was so de-
licately performed that it was
riot necessary to remove the
outer skin of the face, but in-
side tissues were replaced by
graftings from the stomach. Dr.
Ilett was present, and he said
that they did a very clean, com-
plete job. The patient is now
strong and looks well. His mor-
ale under this test could be
summed up by a quotation from
a letter written by a young
volunteer worker at the So-
ciety's headquarters ': We hbad
Harvey here for quite a while
and really enjoyed his cheerful
presence. He has undergone a
most excruciating ordeal. Yet
he has-maintained his compo-
sure, his theocratic exultanc'e
and exuberance. We are all hop
ing that he will pull\brough it
OK and be back in tip top shape
in no time.-

Now here is something we
should, all appreciate: In this
crippled condition, wopld .Har-
vey accept his folks' invitation
to return to their care in Can-
ada; .or would' he remember his
commission to help the good
people- of Haiti? What meant
more to .-fm -qhuir and go home?
or go back to his assignment
and stick to the work of telling
Others about his hope of living
permanently on earth in per-
fect health under Jehovah God's
new-born Theocracy!

IIgly tender nuggets of
makes ThO

Monarch Golden Corn . ..
,we. and gardea'reqh.

qnly choice, selected fruit .
fully "Iun-ripened" on the
tree.. a dessert fit or a:.
kia, _. .eady to sere.

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oled for their pure, whole
fresh fruit flavor... packed
so quickly all the flavor of
the r.eAh fruit is retained.

.- Monarch pNal from
seed to uf... aber and
sweet, avotl pms .. a
b eal t L ea. (

elrefhing, cool delightful
fruit... uniforip hbves in
fancy heavy syrup. Deli-
cious as a dessert .. splen
did for salads..

Shoose Monarch and- be
sure you always serve
foods of...

ighesi quality deff-
nitely liner for 100 years
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His choice is obvious. Any '
day you may see Harvey Drinkle
passing on the streets of Port-
au-Prince. You may, still have
a question on the 'message lie '
carries or why he came back.
Now that you knlow'his name -
why don't you ask him for your.
answer?.. -


Saturday morning a judging
panel 'composed of lMinister
Mauclair Zephirin, PAA Manag-
er Roger Jarman, Tourist Di-
rector Pierre Chauvet, Centre
d'Art Assistant Director Pierre
Monosiet, Lina Assad and Chamn
ber of Commerce President Ro-
ger Boucard, met at the Centre
.d'Art and picked the winner of
PAA's Poster Contest from .35
bright colourful entries,
They awarded first prize of
$150 to 1F6yer de Arts Plasti-
ques, artist Alexandre Jeanty
,for his very -original Give Your
Leisures a PAA Wing, poster
of a woman' with plenty of
inovement over the Citadel. Sec-
ond priFe of $100 'went to Geo
-Rampaneau for his. classical
'Congo, poster., bathed'iri yel-
low. Luckner Lazard won the
-$50 third prize with a very eye-
catching,. real' Haitian design,
l' appropriately called "Haiti Che-

: The contest Which opened
4 September 5th and continued
- through to Sepfember 30th was
..' nsored- by Pan American
:World Airways to help promote
tourist travel during the Repub'

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lic's 150th Independence Anni-
versary in 1954. The contest
theme was -Fly by PAA tu
Haiti for the 150th Anniversary
of the Republic.. The posters
an interesting and contrasting
exhibition of Haitian art may
be viewed daily at the Centre
d'Art up until Tuesday, October

Continued from Pagb 1,
M. Ducasse Jumelle and Under
Secretary of State Roland La-
taillade and Chief of Staff Bri-
gadier General Levelt.
Tuesday evening American
Ambassador and Mrs. Roy Tasco
Davis honoured the visiting
General with a formal. dinner
party. Wednesday Haitian of-
ficials, offered a luncheon at the
Refuge, and in the evening Gen-
eral Craig was guest of honour
of the Haitian Army at a sump-
tuous stag-dinner in the Ban-
quet hall of the- Hotel Chou-.
The 'General and his party de-
parted Thursday by Pan. Ame-'
rican Clipper.

lio pleasure!

a Philips now!

ve you got an old radio?
n you don't get as much
sure out of radio as you
ht to gel!
npare the reception pos-'
your old, set with those
a Philips sct from. the
national PHILIPS CA.
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y one now, so that you
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,,Antigone, To Be
Presented Again
Saturday Night
Photo Byron Cormeor

ed dress for raffles. Along with lips electric razor, Phillips elec-I
$1.600 in cash donations they tric iron, frozen turkeys, 8-day4
have also received numerous clock, thermos picnic set and arn
door prizes. A RCA radio, Phil- electric fan.

El Ranch
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Creon called Antigone's soul in
a glass of water and stabbed it
with a dagger. '[Creon reler nan
me Antigone nan oun ve d'Li
eau pou .'1 piquer ac coun port-
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.Actor Mbrusseia-Leroy,

Tiresias listened to the voice
of Ezili as he called the goddess
of love to ask her abobt the situa-
tion. [Tiresais tender yoix, Esili
li rl66 pou'.. mander. cq qu gan-
gnin 1.

Union School Bazaar
December 5th
At Port-au-Princien. ,
The annual Union School
bazaar 'in aid of the building of
the tiley Union school, is to be
held at the Cercle Port-au-Prin
cien, December.5th a-t 6 p.m.
Mrs. W. R. Marquis and Mrs
D. E. James, Chairmarn and co
chairman qf the Bazaar told the
Suni that public response had
been more than generous. To
date they have received gifts o.
a Philipps bicycle, Phillips Ra
dio, .Singer Sewing Machine
Omrega Seamaster Watch, LadI
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