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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
Creation Date:
October 29, 1950

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00336


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Port au Prince Rfpublique d'Haiti


SUNDAY, uctoner 1o01 1oo5 slt.epflUUC wuuJ.


NEW ARCHBISHOPPOIRIER.


RECEIVES WARM WELCOME
The new Archbishop o'" Port' his Theological degree he came which met the new Archbishor
au Prince, Mgri Frangpis Poirier, on to Haiti. at the airport were: Mr. Daniel
was welcomed to Haiti Thursday Eleven Years In Le Cap Theard, Chief of Protocol, Major
morning by a large crowd of Go- Transferred to Cap Haitien in Francis Etienne, Mgr. Remy Au-
vernment officials, members of 1936, he was named curate of the gustin, auxilhary bishop of Port
religious -orders and faithful Ca- Cap Haitien Cathedral and Vicar au Prince. Mr. Alcide Edouard,
tholics. 1General of the diocese. After division chief at the department
.archibishop Poirier, formerly' eleven years in the Northern ca- of Cclts, Supreme Court Presi-
Superior of the St Jacques Se- pital, Mgr. Poirier returned to dent Judge Joseph Nemours
";...in, ,. nan npn ard cirateo io 'rance ihuror ho became Rune- Pierre-Louis, Colonel Alcindor,


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Cap Haitien from 1936 47, was rior of the Saint Jacques Semi-
chosen to replace Mgr. Le Goua- nary and Vicar General of the
ze whom ill 'health forced into Haitian Episcopat for France.
retirement at Anazarbus last Ju- In the welcoming ,delegation


DESSALINES DAY


HIe as ordained by his predeces- M R W
sor when he was sent here in 1930 TOMORROW
to teach at the Notre Dame Col-ofteda
lege de Perpetual Secours. It The anniversary of the death
was Mgr. Poirier's first appoint- of' General Jean-Jacques Dessa-
ment. l ines, father of the Haitian Peo-
Trained at Ihe, St. Jacqies Se- pie,.wiWJ.,b rv .Ith.9KtBho.ut
, minaia.LaminuiEiiidiarz; "be" the -Nation 'ttnoiordw.
priest was appointed to -Haiti in
1928 but was sent to the Catholic Religion, ce:nmmemmorative ser-
Institute in Paris for two years vices will be held and a public
further training. After gaining holiday has been grupnted.


Latest Suspect In Metellus Murder

To Be identified By Eye-Witness

TO BE PICKED FROM POLICE LINE-UP
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The drawn-out hunt for a mob was jailed'for possessing an un-
of gangsters believed to be ope- licensed fire-arm. -
rating in andaround Port au Prini
ce nears its end this week as de- The '.mo.; serious charge
tectives await positive identifica- ogain'st the pllepcd gangsters is
tion of their third suspect in the the killing of Nelmyr I!Wellus,
case. who was shot twice in the heart
Identification of young'-Lucien 3nd robb"d while counting h!is
Phanor (alias Lucien Rudolphe) week's receipts in his shop on rue
as a member of an armed gang des beszr-s October 2.
responsible for i series, of hold-
ups and the murder of Nelmyr
Metellus, n Rue des Cesars corn-
mercant, is expected to be the
decisive step in the hunt for the
criminals.


Captains Guilla'ume Pean and
Jacques Etienne and Senator
Pauld.
Mgr. Poirier rode in state to
the Archibishoprie in a Presiden-
tial car. I


Unesco Chief


On 3-Day
'- .. .

Official Visit

The Director Generalof UNES-
CO, Mr. Luther Evans, will leave
Haiti this afternoon ending a
three-day stay marked by offi-
cial receptions.
Shortly after arrival in Haiti
Friday morning, Mr. Evans was
received by the Minister of Fo-
reign Relations, then at -12:30 by
President Paul Magloire.
The UNESCO headquarters dn-
the Exposition received :a 'com-
plete overhaul and redecoration1
job in preparation for his visit
there 4:30 p.m. Friday.
A Choucoune dinner Fri-
day evening,,-a- visit from
U N E S C O scholarship, win-
ners and the Sub Committee of
(Continued on page 20)


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BATTERED MORRI S shows how accident occasrruc -which caused
death of. Khawly: Both, velqWles vndesd across street'ag a. z.t .'rw.cvy
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COMPLICATTONS SET IN


MERCHANT ILO KHAWLY DIES;

RESULT AUTO SMASH INJURIES


Funeral services were held
Wednesday afternoon at the Ca-
thedral for Mr. lHo Khawly, vic-
tim of a motor accident at the Rue
Pavee Rue Geffrard intersect-
ion Saturday.
,The Grand'Rue merchant died
in Asile F-angais Tuesday from
pneumonia and other complica-
tions caused by his weakened con-
dition,
Mr. Khawl.v ,ywas a passenger
in ..lh. right front seat of a'Mor-
ris Minpr driven by his son, tra-
velling up Lalue, when a 'tap-
tap driven by Fritzner CAniamge
coming along Rue Gefftard from
the Champ de Mars struck the
Eimall car amidships.
The velocity-of the camionette
was so groat that the Morris was
pushed across the street to the
sidewalk in front of Pharmacy


On His Way Goicou.
A victim of the hold-up Mr. Khawly received a broken
m e n, was on his way collarbone and three fractured
to the capital from his home in .ribs. Interned at the Asile Fran-
the province to tfl-, to pick the vais, he died Tuesday. afternoon.
suspects out of a police line-up, In tribute to the dead man,
when the cS'umn interviewed De- Z-, many of the down-town shops
tective Capitain Jacqbes Etienne- and business houses were clos-
this week-end. -ed for the afternoon of his death.
Suspects His passing is deeply mourned by
Three arrests have been made his widow, their children, and
in connection with the chain of thefamilies Sada, Esper and
armed robberies. A nineteen-year Moussa.
old boy with a record of six con- .Cuse Of The Accident
Evictions was held as a suspect two There is tte dout
weeks before the last crime. The ./There is little doubt as to the
boy Jacques Coriolan, was arrest- -uThe driver of the small Morris
ed for the robbery of the ".Latco.- Th
y ofpan a the!sh rootiwas afforded very low visibility
-Kola plant and the shooting of as the cAr climbed the small
the watchman, who was 'critical- as. bump before the se allo
ly wounded while chasing the bu efore teanterPa-
thief.' Rue Gffrard and Rue Pa-
Third arest is Hereaux Dero- After placing the -cravat' of the Order of Honour and Merit around rise before the intersection of
sin, a short slight old man who iri neck, Minister Charles hands diploina to Consul Ernesto 1Martiin. borders g garden in the square


and which, when allowed to grow
too high, blocks from view all
vehicles approaching ..along Rue
Geffrard. '-.''
This hedge is\clipped after
each of the frequent accidents
that occur at the dangerous
crossing, but the, authorities-
would be well advised to have
it removed entirely.
Though according. -to traffic
inspectors, the camio.ette had'
the right of way, approaching the.
Morris from the right, it is evi-
dent that it was goh* rather
f a s t 4 .

Ernesto C. Martijn
Decorated
After 25 Years
Consular Service
Mr. Erxwslo C. Martin, hono-
rary Haitian Consul in Montreal,
was guest of honour at a party -
given by the Secretary of State
for Foreign Relations, and Mrs
Joseph D. Charles Wednesday
night, in the course of which be
was decdraird with the Natibnal
Order of Honour and Merit.
The distinction was conferred
to mark M'. Martijn's silver an.
niversary as Honorary Consul of
Hafti.
Mr. Mart'jn, a native of Cura-
cao who has been a true friend
of Haiti since his first visit here
in 1926, was highly praised by
the minister for his devotion and,
zeal in upholding the honour of
Haiti in Canada.

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Ernesto C. Martin

Decorated

After 25 Years

Consular Service
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The Consul rose to thank'Minister
Charles aid the Haitian Govern-
nient for the -eat honour best-
owed upon him. He promised to!
do his best always to be worthy
'of the respect of Haiti, his adop-
ed country.
Thursday evening at the Hotel
Tbo Lele; hjr. and Mrs. Martijn
received' Haitian Government of-
ficials, members of the diploma-
tic corps and, other distinguished
guests. His toast to the Haitian
Gove inment was answered by Min
ister Charles.
Career of a sHaitien de ewur
After his first visqt to Haiti,
accompanying. the Curacao foot-
ball team in .1926, Ernesto Mar-
tin returned many times, and
was-finally nominated Honorary
Haiti&m Consul in Curacao in
1930.


In 1934, the Martijn Brothers
expanded to Haiti with Jose and
Guillermo paying a short visit to
Port to open an agency on Rue
des Miracles, which is now run
by Tony Burgers. Jose was ap-
pointed Honorary Vice Consul in
1934 then was promoted to Con-
sul when Ern'sto moved to Ca-
nada in 1940.
From 1940, Eraesto Martijn has
been Honorary Haitian Consul to
Canada.
200-Membet Group
Visits Haiti
After Convention
200 members of the National
Exchange Club. a businessplen's
organization recruited from all
the principal cities in the U.S.,
arrived in Haiti Thursday morn-
ing from San Juan, Puerto Rico
where they held their annual
convention. This js the first time'
so large, a group of tourists has
visited Hairi.
The leader of the group, Mr.
Harold Mott, was received Thurs-
day noon by President Magloire
in the National Palace.


Dispensary

Planned For

Terrier Rouge
A ten-bed hospital is planned
'or Terrier Rouge by Father Jim,
the curate of the parish, who is
a graduate doctor from Paris U-
niversity.
Necessary permission already
has been granted by the Public
Health Department, and the pri-
est plans to enlist the services
of Belgian nuns to act as nurses,
in co-operation with a Haitian
doctor and Haitian nurses. :
A new Church school is also
envisioned by the' Catholic Fath-
er.

Unesco Chief

On 3-Day

Official Visit
'. (Continued from page 1)
Youth and the 'Jeunesse Musi-
cale, Saturday were followed by a
Press conference and later a lect-,
ure at the Ministry of Education.
Noofr Saturday, after a visit
to the Minister of Agriculture,
Mr. Evans was host to the Natio-
nal Commission of UNESCO at
a cLe Perchoirv dinner.
The afternoon was devoted to
a visit tb the Normal School at
Damlens' and a conference with
the local Committee of the in-
ternatiotal College for research
on arid tones.
A tour of Kenscoff will pre-
ced" his- departure from Haiti
3:00 p.m today.


Experts Arrive
To Continue
La Gonave Drilling
'twenty oil prospecting specia-
lists arrived from the U.S. by
Delta Airlinbs thIs weekend to
aid in oil prospecting being carri-
E.d out by (.ominmonwealthl Oil on
tlhe island of La Gonave.
Drilling for oil was already at-
tempted by the Canadian Compa-
ny, but was abandoned at 3,000.
t. Equipment inadequacy was
blamed for the halt.
'New equipment is expected to
follow the experts from Houston
Texas early this week and drill-
ing will be recommended on the
Western end of the island it was
reported.
The experts are: L. H. Ander-
son, Garett Bertman, James
Boern, Sam Carpenter, Eugene
Croizier, Joseph F'erguson, Juan
Lopez, Mary Lopez, William Nel-
son, Tom Paxton, James Strick-
land, Howard Taylor, Ray Tho-
mas, B. J. Williams, Howard Yan-
cey, Irving Williams. ,
Foster R. Hinson is in charge of
prospecting operations.

B.I.T. OFFICIAL
RECEIVED
BY PRESIDENT
Mr. Alejandro Flores Zorilla,
Division Chief of the BIT (Inter-
national Labour Office) Techni-
cal Assistance programme, was
received by His Excellency the
President of the Republic Wed-
nesday morning.
On an. informational tour of
Latin America. Mr. Flores called
in Haiti' Mcnday, and was given
a welcome dinner at Hotel Chou-


coune Tuesday evening by the
Minister of Labour, Mr Jacques
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GIVES LESSON IN SAI ESMANSHIP


CANADIAN CHARGE D'AFFAIRES HITS BACK


AS BUSINESSMEN CRITICISE DOMINION TRADE


Haitian businessmen were
given a course in business admi-
nistration. by Canadian Charge
d'Affaires Edouard Bellemare *at
the weekly Club International de
Commerce meeting Wednesday.
Over a ",Rivierao luncheon,
Bellemare answered charges
from local businessmen that Hai-
ti was getting the dirty end of
the stick in her ttade with Cana-
da.
They broadly hinted that the
'(anadian Government -was res-
ponsible for the difference bet-
weenj the amount Haiti spends
each year in the Canadian market
and the amount spent by Canada
on Haitian products.

This unrealistic approach, said
Mr. Bellemare, was the more
astonishing because it came from
menr. accustomed to concluding
business'deals and counting mo-
ney? Though professing himself
uninformed-in the world of bu-
siness affairs, Mr. Bellemere of-
fered some strongly worded ad-
vice.
tStudy the WVorld market', he
advocated, 'assess its needs,, he
speculate in the country which
you think most profitable. Go in
person to the place for in Canada
people don't do Vy business by
correspondences.
SThen followed .an exchange
with members of his audience
which prompted a daily news-
paper to comment: -We. knew
that Mr. Bellemare was direct
in his speech and abandoned all
the circumlocutions, insinuations
and euphemisms so dear to mem-
bers of the. diplomatic corps..


But we did riot know he had what
the Americans call ..punchv.
horn In His Side
Principal thorn in Bellemare's
side was Jean Gardere, proprie-
tor of the Rhum Barbancourt dis-
tillery, whose product has once
again' been turned down by the
Canadians without being given
a chance even to taste samples.
,WVe cannot buy indefinitely at
a deficit from Canada, he de-
clared, awk can't be always pull-
ing Canada's irons out of the

Mr. Belieinarg launched an at-
tack to explode this conception,
citing commercial statistics which
showed that.trade between two
countries is never 100 percent
equal.
Canada has a deficit of $600,
000,000 in her trade with the U.
S., he said.
l He also pointed out thet Cana-
dians bought Haitian products
from New York dealers.

Facts And Figures.
Statistics show that the diffe-
rence in Haitian purchases from
Canada and in the amount sold
to the Dominion by this repu-
blic has decreased by over 300.
percent in .the past three years,
until today we sell almost three-
fourths as much to Canada as
we buy from that country. .
'Trerefore, Mr. Bellemare con-
cluded, the position is nothing
to get worried about.
The break-down showed that
in 1953, Haiti spent $2,670,153
with Canada, sold Canada $747:
822. In 1954, we bought $3,306.797
of Canadian products, and re-


Laham's New Jewelry Store Opens Tuesday


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5th Avenue Store


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ranteed by Fosey Laham's
smart new jewelry and gift
shop which will be opened
Tuesday opposite 'La Belle
Creole. Laham, who also ope--
rates a jewelry store on Grand
Rue, promises that 'his latest
creation will offer only sterl-
ing silver and solid 'gold sett-
ings-no imitations or plate.

And, what's more, "they're
being sold, at free-port prices,
Mr. Laham exults.
No cheap imitation either is
the chic little building housing
Fosey's treasures. Four months
of labour went into its cons-
truction and outfitting, and
some of Haiti's most celebrat-
ed talent.
Architectural styling was
entrusted to Albert Mangones


For. Rue Bonne Foi


. and 'Moitton' Roy, while Ray-
mond Menos did the wrought-
iron art-work. Interior decora-
tion was the work of Madame
Vonik Drgpuehes.
Farmer U.S. resident La-
ham, who is renowned is a
dancer as well as a jeweler,
Promises prospective customers
crystal-ware, silverware, limo'
ges from Paris, arid other jew-
els. But the most treasured of
his horde is his French cosme-
tic line -by Lamcome of Pa-
ris. Fosey proudly relates he
wangled an exclusive agency for
that.
Completing the stock will be
German cameras, Haitian re-
cords Swiss watches, and French
perfumes. I
Opening day festivities will
be broadcast by Radiohaiti, Mr.
Lcham announces.


ceived $1,570,220 for oar sales
to the DoTninion. This year, to
date: we have imported $949,830
from Canada and exported $691,
577. In 1953, Haitian sales to Ca-
nada equalled 21.9 percent of
Our importations from that coun-
try, in 1954 the percentage climb-
ed to 47,5, more than double the
previous year, and in 1955, it has
reached 72 8 percent, more than
three time. the proportion in
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RICARDO WIDMAIER'S YOUTHFUL DREAM ,

BROUGHT MODERN RADIO TO HAITIAN AIR-

In 1929, when radio was almost Ha.Ii's march of Progress, but Ri- the first to introduce practically
unknown in Haiti and not yet cardo's heart (and, most of the -every innovation in Haiti's radio .
fully accepted in the outside time, his body) is in the Radio- world.. .
world a cautious Haitian father haiti station. In support of this claim they
told his teen-aged son to forget Mr. Widmaier and his techni- point out that Haiti's first Radio. -
about that kind of foolishness, cally-super-trained son Herby Theatre hit the airwaves over
and sent him to Germany to claim that their station has been (Continued on Page .20) .-.
learn a -good, stable line' li-
thography.
Six years later, the boy was
back from the Continent, a man
who was now free to do as he
wished, and he was doing just
that, via station lH2W, a 30-watt,
transmitter set up in an old ga-
ra.ge in Port au Prince.

'Last month, Ricardo Widmaier
beamed proudly as he anpoanred
to aRadiohaiti's, thousands of lis-
teners that his station was 20
years old.
From tow Octane tlo High Per
formance
Transmitting from Haiti's high
e4 building on Rue Bome FatoL
Radiohaiti is a far cry away from
the days when 'the Master Con-
Itrol was built in a big gasoline
drum, and nearly every part tfd
its equipment was home-made.
The Widmajer litbography plant
*is also expanding' in pace with Director Ricardo Widmaier in hi.' Station HH2W Studio back in 1935.


PRESS DRAWN IVU


FEDERATION AND FOOTBALL CLUBS FEUDING;

CRISIS LOOMS AS 1956 SEASON APPROACHES':


The battle oT the 'FFIF'"vs. the
Clubs raged in the Press this
week, will daily newspapers be-
ing drawn into the fray.

Lieutenant Alix Pasquet and
Mr. William Mc Intosh, President
and Secerlary General df the
Football Federation, set forth
'the FHF ri.se in Monday's eLe
Nouvellist'i. in answer to *the
version of the football teams re-
lated by various journals of the
capital.
According to the cummittee-
mcn, they were first called in
tvo years ago but had to resign
in 1953 becansa of disagreement
v,-i!th the clubs. During their
te:m they built the $250,000
Ftade Magl-'ire and have never
"a: i1 a word of complaint abeut
tl:r d?al, they added.
Achievements
Called back to head the Natio-
nal sport oi Haiti last year Sep-
tember, Pasquet and Me Intosh,
assisted by Treasurer Albert
Liautaud. took over the chaos
and tried tn establish order,
The report stated that they
found the Federation $16,000 in
the red, but reduced the debt to
$120 in 1b.? past year.


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Why are we being criticised?* point of view. '
'the FH-F asked.. The Catholic newspaper came
els it because we 'have not back a day later with the sugges-
Adaimad the fpes due us for re- tion the, FHF committee mem-
presentation? Is it because we bers learn to read. cLa Phalan-
have introduced strict ruling ge said "They had merely listed
'when far several years anarchy the grievances of the Football
'has reigned" among 'the clubs ? Clubs as :A bit of impersonal re-
!Is it because -we ruled that a club porting without advancing anyt
may not use -a player who hab re- opinion of their own.
presented another club, and be- causee we perralised one team for eThe Grave Crisis Which Tihrba-
doing this ? Is it because-we have tens Our Football,), appealing'to
created a referees commission both. sides, to co-operate and try
which has functioned perfectly? to avoid ruining football in Haiti
-ls it because we have created forever, a crime wfiche is inevi-
a reserve fund which we have table if the present state of dis-
used to cover costs of provincial sension persists.
tours by city teams in order to Start Of'The Feud
develop football outside of. the The crisis developed into
capital ? Is it because we have threatening proportions when as-
not demanded the repayment of sembled Clubs refused to listen
$2.200 advanced to certain clubs to the PHF report at'Stade Ma-
who were in need and proposed gloire last Sunday.
that, ix view of the difficult eco- The committeemen reported '
nomnic situation df the football 'the matter to President Maglqii're,
clubs for which we were not res- and the Club; told their grievan--
ponsible and which was created ces to the Press, explaining also
only by them, this should be re- to the Under Minister of the In..
paid in the coming season?) terior, Mr. Roland Lataillade,
In their defense, the FHF men that they wished an audit of-the
recusedd %L3 Phalange? of dishon- accounts and a new set of rules.
est reporting and from looking Both th'se conditions already
at the question from the Clubs' had been granted, the.FHF'said


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PERUVIAN AMBASSADOR (The Legation was recently p-gra ed
..to Embassy) Albert Perez Saez bid bon vacance. to his charming
SQueen this week as she clippered off to Miami to see her daughter and
sisters farther up North... -
---SENOBA ARROYO PARWJO, wife of the Venezuelan Ambassador
,',is expected back this week from visiting his mother in Havana...
Af .-TIM KA4NE -and wife, here with Alcoa Line for the past eighteen
"'years are reportedly pulling up' roots and moving into Miami shipping
circles... '
::. -YOUTHFUL GROUP OF SEVEN, is the power behind the Ju-
::.nir Chamber-of Commerce sprouting a chapter here. Jaycees (the Jr.
..C of C),are scattered throughout the world with chapters in 60 coun-
!..tries and 3,500 cities. A meeting was held at Riviera Friday night
J'-a.!ttracting thirty more.
!, -FRENCH U.N.- CATTLE expert Boucherain who was critically in-
".jured when his family car cracked, up on the Cabaret road also serious-
..ly wounding his wife, will keep 60 per cent of the eye he thought
'./ lost, doctors report from New York....
: -JOE AND EDITH- ETIENNE will be back early this week from
amaica where Joe wielded a rocket in the'West Indies tennis cham-
pionships...
.-SKI-NA'UTIQUE friends bave a wonderful new ski-jump, construc-
::ted biy, king'of the waterways Percy-Powell off Captain Ace's... Re-
.."suits Mrs. Percy will be laid up with a stretched tendon for the next
Month Ask Lieutenant Fritz 'Lon to raise his hat, his battered skull
'..wiU be evident...
.- .. -CAP HAITIEN'S FIRST'IATA member is Leopold Sanchez. The
-.operator of the Cap Haitien Travel. Service which has been boosting
'..Northern' tourism for the past eight years, was sponsored by Pan
SAmerican. He now has the right to sell 'plane passenger tickets in Le
.Cap... -In a -visit to the capital this week,, he told the 'Sun. that a
ipl.bi'citycwoarthiten is that all horses travelling the Fruit Salad trail
!to the. Citadel are oi6w well equipped and cared for. ;. Col. Montrosier
tg~e ithe-word that Milbt petit Calvary must, be in top condition to
q..nsure t e safety of tourists... "
CRUISE-SIffl Stella" Polaris, will visit Haitien twice early 1956...
L I ..t WCe MBERS a.d their wives was the order of the day as
1t2'e.r-Bell ef- banquet last evening to celebrate its cinquan-
t- nairei... The committee piublihed a legal notice in the newspapers
-well in advance of tht.4*te t b.scourage gate-crashers...
:. EUT. ERENANT JA( ES.LAROCHE. was worse injured attending
ati'. eding last Saturdayi night tan i-;i .all his year-s pfjtangling with
Port"a Prince's most desperate crimins...- .The Lieute.abt; tWpbled
'.into a pit dug for the foniidtion of a new St..Pierre WinI as i'he-tot
.. .. ., .. .
,.-ut of his ear to' attend tilu' ;, L....l-rriage. What's more a
;stone fell on his he...hpct _
CARLHENRIr FOMi RUWI :i d M ell 'at a Sunday noon
cocktaiT at'iisI Dad's home in Laboule.
r w .Carl-Henri clippered West''Wednesday*to
A. take ug.phis post at the Haitian Embassy
-in 'Panama, will-be gone for the next two
.rr .; .B ......yeais. But at 2:00 a.m. each day the echo
S*V. will still softly murmur in the capital's
night-spots: Tu -me dis que tu aimes les
poissons et tu leur ouvres le venture. Tu
me dis que tu amies les fleurs et tu les
-.--blesses "eq les cueillant. Et quand tu
---- ... dis que tu m'aimes comment puis-je te
.eroire ch6rie?'.... That was a ritual recital of the young diplomat...
-CIA DIMUNICANA DE AVIACION is now represented here by An-
dre Thezan, used to be Tim Xane... cLe National's' Maurice Toussaint
Sgot a grand send-off from colleagues Tuesday through Wednesday af-
ternoon before boarding a clipper for New York en route to Paris
were 41eh will study on a Government scholarship...
-HISTORICAL SCHOLARS are cracking their knuckles in impat-
ience for a new bonus in the book-world.'.. Three new Jean Fouchard
studies of the Colonial period will come off the Imprimerie de 1'Etat
press-es ne.t month One of them won the Alliance Frangaise literary
prize for 1954... Titles: .Plaisirs4de St. Domingue', *Le Theatre A St.
Dominague. (The Alliance Prinze-winner), .Artistes et Repertoires des
scenes de St. Domingue'...

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-JORGE BENJAMIN AQUINO, Amnibassador of Argentina in Haiti
is making ready to return to Buenos Aires following the new Govern-
ment's acceptance of his resignation offered when Peron fell His son
Pedro is going too, and Junior tennis players can breathe more freely
- Pedro won this year's junior tournament at Bellevue.. Ambassador
Max Max Dorsinville, member of Haiti'so permanent delegation to the
UN left New York for Africa yesterday on Tutorship Commission bu-
siness... Jack Flanagan, U.S: Cultural Attache here, presided over -
meeting at the Haitian-American Institute to discuss the formation of
a Little Theater Movement. Present were: Felix M o.ri ss e a u-Leroy,
Franck Foucht, Mrs. Schlomann, Dorothy Dowd, Adeline Pdrigord, A-
drienne Dejoie, Drs. Charles St. John and Raymond Chambers, Aubelin
Jolicocur, Joseph Gross... Another get together is scheduled for Thurs-
day...
-JAMAICA'S FLOORSHOW SWEETHEART and beauty queen
for 1953 is expected to revisit Maiti this coming season... Evelyn
Andrade, seductive, gypsy-like partner of her husband Tony.Verity
and Ronnie Nasralla, hopes to win bookings in Haitian night-clubs for
her team, has charged Aubelin Jolicceur with negotiations... Aubelin
saw the trio (when he visited Kingston with the Dejean Choir last
month) do a show for the -Glass Bucket- and jumped at the chance
of promoting Evelyn here. Fats who saw her on her prize trip Here
as Miss Jamaica in '53 will be interested to know Evelyn turned down
a Hollywood contract to marry-Tony...

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STHE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
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HOT AIR FROM ACROSS THE BORDER De
%El Caribe>, daily mouthpiece of Dominican Benefactor all
Rafael Trujillb, which bears a striking resemblance to Prav- bo
da when it comes to toeing the party line, last month front-
paged an item slating that the Dominican Army Intelligence tr3,
Service had intercepted correspondence showing the existen- anr
ce of a Communist Junta in Haiti. we
The newspaper listed the names of a number of Haitians ch
with a post-script saying the list of names was so long -it wh
-would te necessary to publish it in installments, te'
The alleged documents have not appeared, the second ins-
tallment of names is yet to be printed. I ca
It is.interesting to note that most of the names in' El Car- by
ibe's. list are those of people who at one time or another se
have opposed the Dominican Government and Trujillo's re- A
gime. Such a man is Me. Ernest Sabalat, defender of refu- Hi
gees* Ulise. Sanchez Hinojosa and Rafael' Graffe Andujar in ly
a trial in Haiti on Dominican extradition demands last July. er
Me. Sabalat answered the charges in the xHaiti Sun-, Oct- als
ober 2, ridiculing Caribe'ss charges. m
Most of the-men listed reacted like former deputy Lanoix de
-who, when asked to comment on El Caribe's smear laughed di
heartily and declared, eThe last thing a serious man would es
do is to argue with Trujillo and his gang. wi
He said that he never listened to cVoz Dominicana* nor hi
read El Caribe* whose names are a symbol for lies. Mr. h(
Lanoix added that, of course, he never had been affiliated of
-with any ldft wing movement and his political career is long
enough and well enough known to stand by itself as a refut- ai
nation of these lies. w
Link With Spnchez

Though .the name of Sanchez was not mentioned by the Do-
minican newspaper, the implication is obvious that he was
the source from which this top-secret* information was ab-
tained.
By using names of men involved in thq Sanchez trial, or
who had been in prison at the same time as Sanchez and
Graffe, the Dominicans evidently hope to convey the impres-
sion that Sanchez was a secret agent who was doing a job in
Haiti. Their intention is apparently to 'sow the seeds of doubt
in the minds of those who would help future refugees from
Trujillo's iron domination.
News from Cuba shows 'that the Dominicans have not given
up hope of inducing Graffe to return to his homeland.
A photo-stat' was sent to the Sun this week from Havana
-of a letter reportedly written to Graffe by Sanchez containing
the usual cliches and thinly veiled threats. Dominican refu-
gees in Cuba say this-fetter was written under pressure or
forged because of the all-too-familiar sentences urging
Graffe's return.
Whether Sanchez who was forced to return to D. R. is al-
ready dead, in payment for denouncing and embarrassing
Trujillo, dnly time will tell. :
An old-timer explained it with a touch of irony in his voice:
CNpw that the Benefactor.has assured himself the largest per-
sonal fortune in the world, he "is trying to deflect the eyes of
the world by boarding the anti-communist band-waggon. i
((Le Mathi's Attack

Le-Matina one of the capital's dailies. Wednesday attacked
the Haiti Sun> for re-printing an article originally published
by Haiti and citing seven Haitians as members.
This article was a follow-up on our lead story of October
2nd. denouncing the <.:EI Caribe, accusation as a tissue of
lies, and presenting Me. Ernest Sabalat's denial of the Domi-
nicans' charges.
The item in itself was so ridiculous that no comment was
necessary.
Our article on October 2 drew down a flood of request to
publish the list of names and what the Caribe>> said about
,Communists in Haiti*. At the eleventh hour we succeeded in
obtaining a copy of the item and printed it. (El Caribe is no
longer distributed freely this side of the border.)
<:In the edition of HAITI SUN, Sunday, the famous Mr. Die
,derich has seen fit to reproduce an item from ,El Caribe
according to which a Communist Junta exists in Haiti comp-
osed of seven members which is causing annoyance to the
Government*, said Le Matin*.
gEveryone knows how ridiculous the information of ((El
Caribe Is, more so because among the names cited there are
some who have no Communist attachments.))
reproduce the information from a journal which is not on
very good terms with us.
Also. we are against the principle that foreigners who be-
nefit from the protection of the Government should attribute
to themselves the right to try to harm us.
We are certain that this indelicacy on the part of Mr. Die-
-derich has not escaped the serious attention of the Minister
'of the Interior, Adelphin Telson, who wili know, just what
*measures to take against this foreigner*, the journal advised.


PATRIOT ASKS
'Why Don't We Live
As We Did a Decade Ago ...
Alone On The Island.
ar Sir,
I have been following closely
the recent articles of our neigh
urs towards our internal affairs.
I honestly think that in a coun-
, like ours where individuals
e free to express their views,
Should not waste our time ex-
anging views with ae Press
iich has been proven 'fantaisis-
Like the Orientals, let us 'not
re who may wish us ill, -stand
Sour front doors and we shall
e his coffin pass one day.7
As with Julius Ceasar Napoleon,
titler, Mussolini and more recent-
Descamisado, so sooner or lat-
will one' GRAN' CAUDILLO
so have his share because cri-
e never pays. The blood of the
.ad, criminally assassinated
during the famous 25 years and
specially during December 1937
ill command the ranson. Let
story follow its course because
henchmen die also to the benefit
f their own community.
Let us live as we did a decade
go, feeling alone on the island
without ever mentioning certain
ames in our columns.
Yours Truly,
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HAITI SUN


SUNDAY, October 16th 1955


enquiry iromn official depart-
ments irL order to obtain legal


permission.
NEW COMMERCE LAW CLARIFIES RIGHTS Article 8- However, due to
certain conditions, of the
OF IMPORTER, WHOLESALER, AND RETAILER country, capital and busi-
-grop ness figure-. the haitian im-
THE FOLLOWING LAW has caused a great deal of discus- one of these indicated *groups porter who receives necessity
slon in business circles throughout the Republic since its pas- or for an exclusively conr merchandise for the needs of his
sage by the Hbouse August 12, 195t. One of the most decisive s i d e r e d product, will be own retail selling, can be allow-
chaliges enacted in recent years has been brought about in be made by a decree of the Pre- ed to sell directly to the
the commerce of this country by the new law. sident of the Republic and the consumer hy the previous autho-
TfE P-REAMBLE stated that the law was- judged necess- State Secretaries. From a quail- rization of the Commerce, Pinan-
Sary becapse of the pressing need for new legislation in regard ficative point of view these de- ce and Naticnal Economy De-
to t ili Htiai businessmen, because the development of Hal- crees will specify the articles parents which must be approv-
Stian-Ecobmy had out-stripped the old laws and because art. for which the retail selling is ed by the State Secretaries.
16 of We Constitution forbids all commissioned importers exclusively reserved for the Hai- These -uthorizations will be
froi s-eling merchandise retail, even through an interme: tian citizen. They will also spe- valid for three years and
diary except in the cases of exceptions established by law. city the smallest quantities of must be posted in a good
each one of these articles which place in public sight in the bene-
'': kti 1. The 'foreigner is al- 1) Textiles and other linen ar- the merchant consignee is allow- ficiaries establishments.
Slow6t' t6 practice commercial tiles made of cotton. ed to sell in his establishment The wholesale importer will
* trade I the Republic in the capa- 2) Edible products and drinks. Article 4. The merchant con- not be, in .7ny case, authorised to
city of con'silnee merchant only 3) Toilet articles signee is not allowed to sell one exercise his commercial trade
Sin the open pbrts. 4) Hardware, hosiery and haber- of the products to the public. in the same building as the retail.
SArtlofe j.- The.retail selling dashery. He can only sell his merchandi-
of first necessity merchandise 5) House-hold furniture and. se to the merchant who is autho- Article 9. Commerce in
Swh.ich may be'classified in the glass-ware. raised and patented by the law to gross or in retail of article s
foll6wini categories is only for 6) Metalwork. sell in retail to other merchants whiclhhe represents is not allow-
those wVho. being Haitian, are 7) Building materials of this category, ed to the manufacturer's agent,
Active' i; practicing that trade 8) Paper Article 5- The effected sales whatever his nationally may be.
according. to the law through the 9) Shoemaking articles, of one of these products by the His commercial activities are li-
3rd article of the law of ithe 28th 10) Other basically necessary merchant consignee must be re- mited for the account of the con-
of September 1939 modified by artielbs such as: Tobacco, kerosi- corded. The sales slips in signee merchants" or dealer im-
Sthe first artil6e of law No. 252 ne, candles, gasoline etc... this case must have the names porters of which he is the agent.
of t&, 1Mlth of January 1943. Arlce .3-Commercial regula- of the buyers, the numbers of
T4e, e ateoeir, are: tion of these products for each their patents and the amounts However, the m anuf ac t u-
._ _* #re:......... ,-- of sales. rear's agent is allowed to import
Article 6. The Haitian i all new products during one year
THE '"56 FORD IS HERE! porter also will not be allowed' in oder to advertis te quality
Sto sell necessities wholesale and of the merchandise. Also the ma-
retail at the same time. nufaeturer's agent can take out
Article 7. The Haitian in- of. the Custom house and sell in
j porter who receives basic neces- gross all merchandise refused by
sites foE dealer' from abroad Is a customer in order to keep up
classified aj an importer and the interests of those whom he
wholesaler, and is considered represents:
the consignee merchant. I-He can Inr either case, the said agent
not therefore sale merchandise must previously obtain the au-
for which the selling retail thorisation of the Department of
comes under the present law Commerce.
unless he complies with the 3rd.,
4th., and 5th articles of the pre- Article 10 On the other hand
sent law. The decrees of the 3rd. the distributor's agent, whatever
article specifies the minimum his nationality .may be, may im-
quantities nf the products under port in his own name merchan-
which the sale is not allowed to dise the !tUstribution of which
the wholesale importer. is entrusted to him. Concerning
Classification of the.wholesale, the first necessity products for
importer can be established by which the sale in retail is regu-
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HAITI SUN TOWN SUPPLEMENT


SUNDAY, October 16th 1955


SVOL 1 No. 1


Former Minister

Of Agriculture

Now Cane-Planter

GEORGES CADET, one-time
Minister of Agtibulture in Pre-
sident Magloire's cabinet, is now
one of th leading sugar-cane'
planters in Croix des Bouquets.
Professor of Organic Chemis-
try at the Polytechnical school
in Port au Prince, Mr. Cadet is
among commuters who make the"

IContinued on Next Page)


Mrs. Emm. Mireville

Mourned By Town

Madame Emman u e 1 Mireville,
wife of the 76-year-old former
Mayor, died recently in Croix
6es Bouquets. She was 70.

Among the expressions of sym-
pathy received were those of De-
puty Thomas Desuime who paid
a visit o0 condolence to Mr. Mi-
reville shortly after the sad
eVent.
Funeral services, held in the
local church, were attended by
thousands of mourners.


Deputy Thomas Udsulmd chatting with Etzer Racine
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-Mayor Racine Sets The Fashion
-Study In Old A0d New Architecture
-Further Progress Planned

The tranquil town of Croix des Bouquets is unfolding into
a progressive suburban residential area via a building boom
set off by the new paved highway reaching out from Port au
Prince to meet the Northern sea-coast.
SOn one road branching off from the main highway, new
'homes from an impressive line, striking a sharply contrasting
.note in the scattered lean-to buildings that-formerly housed
the people of the little town. ',


....___ ....Eighteen new homes were'und-
- ___.....-. !er construction in the communi-
""'ty of 3.000 (not including inhabi-
tants of cane-growing areas sur-
9 rounding Croix des Bouquets),
2., and elerywheie, the juxtaposi-
tioh of the old and the new is ap-
parent.
Just 20 minutes and 15 cents
~(by tap-tap) away from Porteau
Prince, the town is gaining po-
pularity, as a residential, area for
people who hold jobs in the 'ca-
pital. Mary college and high


'The Mayor's new house is one of the town's. most
modern.


!

KCroix des Bouquets Rich In History,
Architecture Scenic Attractions

S,. ~ A HAVEN FOR PAINTERS


History comes alive to the vi- sheets. Last month, the interior
eitor to Croix des Bouquets was completely' repaired and re-
In the two-century-old church, painted in ethereal -blue for the
built within a few years of the *fete du Rosairev the celebra-
Port au Prince Cathedral ( and tion of the Saint's Day of the Pa-
Architectura-ly resembling its tron Saint of Croix des Bouquets.
Ina'per contemporary), is an altar Hotel de Ville
which has caused one of the most The City Hall looks like a
lively historical controversies in stage-prop, from a Hans Chris-
the country. tian Anderson fairy-tale.
Some historians say that Sou- Picturesquely designed with
louque was crowned on it and peaked gables resembling minia-
that it was given to the Church ture turrets, the eHotel de Ville;
by the Emperor because his commands a view of he square
mother is buried in the town. viwth Is neatly laid out flower
Others say the gilded, ornately bedg shrubs and shade trees.
decorated altar had nothing to
do with the famous Haitian (Continued on page 14)L
ruler.
But-local scholars claim Sou- "
I louque's mother was buried in
the cemetary behind the church
and offer to point out her tomb-
sone. .....: ""
Other graves in the large, beau- .
tifully sited cemetery go back _s" ,,'
to the. later years of the eigh- -
teenth century, and tourists are
gradually finding out about its '
historical interest. EL&i ..,


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school students also commute
over the 15 Kilorneters of flat, as'
phalt-surfaced highway.
Mrs. Joseph Lamarre, whose
husband Lieut. Lbmarr.e recent-
ly finished building the police
post commanding the junction of
the road to the North and the
highway -eading 'out to the bor-
derlaidtsl-'motors into-town to'
her 'Maison Wilson, job eve-
ry rnorning, and gets back to her
Croix des Bouquets home in time
to get supper ready for the, fami-
ly.
Lieutehant Lamafre, command-
er of the Militaty Sons-District
-sometimes chauffeurs his wife to
and from uwork.-


The Building Mayor
Mayor Etzer Racine,. son
of former Council candidates, is
the representative of an .old
Croix des Bouquets family png
active in local politics.
Unostentatious in dress and
manner, the well-built, plehsant-
mannered chief of the cConseil
Communal lives with histmjnoth-
er in the family home adjoining
their shop. Beside the shop,, a
new two-storey structure is tak-
ing shape, built of concrete
blocks manufactured in the Ma-


I Set in a grassy common with j112,TWW..Vt .'
a background of stately palms," "; j- ,-
the cemetery covers 5 carreaux I 1 .,.;.'s ''-:-
of land, is larger than the center *. t--$"='. Q .'
of, the town. The tombs are mas- i .?."._ '.
terpieces of sculptural art and
the cemete-y is kept neat and Elaborately false-fronted Croix des Bouquets church
free of weeds dates from the eighteenth century, recently received
The Church was renovated in a clean-up, paint-up job from town fathers. In fore-
1934 and its old slate roof was ground may be seen two workers busy keeping the
replaced by corrugated metal park free from weeds.


your's block factory started this-
year at the 'farther end of town.
This is the Mayor's new home.
Mayor Rarine's father wag one,
of the cane farmers that formed
the backbone of the area's eco-
nomy. Before the arrival of HAS-
CO in 1917 these cane
growers supplied much of
tje republic's sugar as well 'as
cclairin. They' still provide one
of the most important raw rum
sources.
His mother inherited the little
shoi, a popular halt for travell-
ers in quast of a cool drink, from
her father who settled ih Croix
des Bouquets after coming td
Haiti 'from the Near jast.
Backed by the Govffrnment po-
licy of, supporting construction
by offering land at a nominal 12
gourdes-per-year rental to would-
* (Continued -on Next Page)


Ironworks Teacher
Points Way -
To Good Roads "T

Getting an asphalted road was
one thing for the people of Croix
des Bouquets. Keeping itasphalt-
ed is another..
Ox-drawn cane-carts, still em-
pioyed by most farmers of the .-
areal are traditionally. mdewtli ,
Colonial-type hand-hewn wheelsi"P
As the wheels are not round,
they wobble over the road and
cut ruts in the surface.
Some cart-wheels are prqvid-
ed with projecting spikes, which,
though they afford excellent
traction on clay paths,'ause hea-
vy damage to the new paved
highway. Some of these carts
have even been known to cause
the collapse of small bridges.
So the townspeople cast grate-
ful eyes toward United Nations:
Expert Jules Marchand who
is teaching local wheelwrights
the art of making a perfect'cir-
cle.
Marchand's metal-w owr k
school, recently o p e n.e d
in the area; hbs drawn ca-
pacity classes .of tradesmen and -
even the old men. who have been
in the business for decades are,
turning ouit for instruction in the
art of making round wheels. ,.


Close-up'of the City Hall. Built in the time of Pre.

sident Borno it replaced the Hotel de la Patriq

where speeches were made.


Building boom in Cx-des-Bouquets

sparked by Highway to the North


PAGE 7


SUNDAY, October 16th 1955


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SUNDAY, October 16th 1965


Building' Boom In Cx des Bouquets
Sparked By Highway To The North

FURTHER PROGRESS PLANNED

(Continued from page 7)

be builders, eMagistrati Racine An inscriptio n the fountain
is piloting the little town along near the Hotel de Ville anlnounces
the path of Progress. that it was presented by Mayor
He envisages a house-to-house Racine anti SCISP ip December
water system, and running water 1952. The mountain is 'supplied by
for the abattoir and market, a $5.000 'well between the May-.
In fact, the Lmayor has a dubi- or's house and the post-card styl-
ous eye for the abattoir and mar- ed eHotel de Ville.
ket themselves. They-need new
buildings as well as water, he
declares. TrIS* 4_
SPresident, Paul Magloire, on a Former MinVlllster
* visit to the town October f A I
2 nd 1954 told town-folk assembl- O Agric lure
ed for the effte de la Rosaires
that a new highway was coming (Continued from page 7)
through, and his promise quick- -
,ly materialised. little town'thiei; home. Tqle 45
. The market is still to come, year-old Agricultural expert who
and Maydr Racine has his fingers gained his Masters degree in
Crossed. !' Science at Cornel University, UI.
SWater For The People S'A is also a graduate lawyer
Every, fore-noon, the people and owner of one of the commu-.
of Croix des Bouquets, gather nity's most thriving shops.
at the two fountains in-. the area Another town father is Locto-
to. collect tAl day's water supply mar Compere, 63, a* farmer
and the latest gossip. Mayor. "

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is seen (right) during a recent visit.


An aged cultivator comes to the fountain near the
center of town for his drinking supply. One of two The'Old and the New is seen in sharp contract on
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SUNDAY, October 16th 1955 HAITI SUN PAGE 13


FATHER MARION'S RIVALS


THE CATHOLIC PRIEST, THE PROTESTANTS


AND LOCAL HOUNGAN REMUS BALAN


FATHiER MARION who presi-
des over t.:e 18 th Century
church that borders the town
square has denominational pro-
blems surpassing those of any
other priest in the country.
Protestant missionaries are
gaining a hold overthe rural po-
pulation, because, the Sun was
told, they live among the people
and, do a lot of social work.
Many of them, especially mem-
berg of the Salvation Army, are


skilled in medicine, dedtistry
and teaching; and they open
schools and dispensaries which
serve the people free, as well as
building :icA churches:

The $22.OOO Houmort

SThe piiest's greatest rival,
however is stocky, grey-
ingi Remus 'balan,. the local
ehbungan#. Balan,'. the m't'up-
to-date, dynamic voodoo priest


Mr. and Mrs. Adlaiq -'sensou Jr., .Mayor Racine q-d .Port a* Pritce
'businessnim Jacqtes Martin (Sonaco)' wj.o.Vodou'Cauthority Balin in
front hbis modenm streamlined ,-hou urft,. .
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in the business, has reputedly
spent $22.000 over the past eight
years on a spectacular, technico-
loured thoumfort.>. This building
is attracting, international atten-.
tion for its value as a museum
of eVaudnnw signs and symbols
which are preserved for posteri-
ty on its wails.
Balan's houmfort is always
spotless and is kept in perfect re-
pair., It is the largest, most
streamlined building of its kind
in the Republic and it features
fluorescent lighting, tiled floors
and the ceramic masterpieces of
Hahiti's finest craftsmen.
The houngan is the third in a
'celebrated line of voodoo priests.
His. services htve been requisi-
tioied in Cuba, Jamaica, and
even among the sky-scrapers of
New Yotk.

The Temple's Chambers -.
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The fourkodomed 'temple is
adorned with hand-qainted floral
patterns, the ,evi*vs (or signs) of
the differentt gods (loas) and pic-
tures of the gods themselves.
The'outer chamber where ce-
remonial -dances are held is
'earti-floored, in respect for tra-
dition hnd'thid bare fief of the
dancers. Through a YAle-locked


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door, visitors may pass-into an
inner chamber, vividly decorat-
ed and occupied by two double
beds for the ebon repose of the
gods. On either side of this bed-
room is a *sanctum sanctorumn
with an altar built over the tra-
ditional cavern through which
the god is supposed to commu-
nicate, and a shrine to St., Jac-
ques (in one the shrine. s to Sim-
bie)) roofed by offerings of the
most expensive liquors including
the finest French champagnes.
*V6veso cover the walls ,
Bordering the hall for ceremo-
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chamber in which the ehodnsis
who attend the worshippers are
headquartered during a ceremo-
ny. The finest drums in the cult
are kept in this chamber.

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Balan, who is also a real-es-
tate pioneer and owner of two of
the most .modern houses in, the
town, is chanelling the attention
given his ,houmfort into profita-
ble avenues %
'His new bar, almost as large
as the temple, constructed for
the convenience of tourists and
visiting dignitaries, was rented
to a local orchestra last mopth
and when Adlai Stevenson Jr.
arid his wvfed visited the' town,
the music at the houmfort at,
traced a lht of favorable 'com-
ment.
Balan's fortune came -from an
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-Monestime Andre

One Of Area's

Greatest Assets
Croix des Bouquets' big, go6od-
hearted Monestime Andre is bune
of the leading citizens and ]anad.
owners and manager oft he Has.oe
plantation at Merger.
But, more important, he is a
great friend of Haitians nd fo-
reigners alike. ..
Though the heavy-mqscled" '
farmer does not speak English,
many a tourist or new-comer to
the Republic has found him a true
friend .and hospitable host.
French and English speaking'
residents of Haiti mourned the
loss of his mother a few mon th.,
ago.


inei- anc, -L jeI ,,f;t[ 1' in trustfor the -
construction 'of a eVaudun Ca-
thedral. Shrewd investments and Mrs. Louis (Marie-Rose) Dyer, sis-. '
thrifty living have paid off and ter of Mayor is shown here.WitWh ,
now the chounganc is one of the her mother did baby on thef.roi'. :
towns's wealthiest citizens, step of the Racine home. Mrs..,
He is also a leading sugar-cane Dyer's husband is in charge 'of the ,
planter. Hasco plntation at Vaudreuil. -

EDITOIALS
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REVENUE LOST THROUGH INADEQUACY F P aetpaie
Croix des Bouquets -and Haiti- is losing moneow.en tie.:,
crowds flock to the town from surrounding plairs-eahFriday
to buy and sell in the marketplace. / '. ':;-:
This is because the cluster of unwalled, thatched huts used.
bu n eli h marketplace. ,.,..
.as stalls can hardly be controlled ,nd the tax charged, fori:
their use is almost impossible to collect. : '- '
Town officials state that the amount of money lost on the..
10 cent Minimum. tax to'two or three gourdes: imani m"xnx
amounts to a sizeable sum.- ..
The 3,000 urban population swells to 30,000 on market day .
and if a modern market were constructed with proper,faci- :
lities for collection of the tax, ,the town's income would re- '..
ceive a needed boost. .
The new market has been the dream of the town fathers '
for years and hopes went sky-rocketing last year when Pre-:.ir
sidentf Magloire granted a new road.
Their fingers are crossed this year, waiting for a new mar-
ket-place. .
We hope the President will see. the tremendous need for.'
a new market-place aind bless us with one soon), an official"';
confided to the cSuna: I .'
A PRESSING SEED ';
Supplied with. electricity from Port au Prince, the town is'. :
finding it very difficult to expand industrially because of the P'
power shortage., .
Crbix des Bouquets desperately needs more current,. tlw
,Suns learned on a recent visit, because of the increasing de-,.
mand for. electricity, in the new buildings going. ub all ovep-,"
townk and especially to facilitate the establishment. of factor-i.g
ies. .
Mayor Racine plans a local'power house along 'with his:;
scheme for house-tohouse water supply and a miew abattoirt:..
and market place.
If he is givent these facilities, says the young magistrata,,'-
the town will really boom.

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4This ,calvaires keeps watch over the tranquil town Architecturally
PLACE GEFFRARD of Croix des Bouquets. It is a shrine to Notre Dame
Y SERVICES OFFERED du Saint Rosaire, patron saint of the community. a ranking tour,
S Young woman desires part-time Facing it'at the entrance to the town is the tempor- ,
work as Secretay-typist (English ary mnarket-place, a less picturesque scene. uries ago. It c
: French), /
-Pleasei apply *Secretary c/o
: Hait'Sun. y c/o Croix des Bouquets Rich In History,

$ 00 a Architecture Scenic Attractions
al'.. $15,000.00 available to specula
: te in any. profitable business. Pre -' (Continued from Page 7)
S.ferably new enterprise with ac-
:" tive young maq who Eat idea but
Slive young iaq who hat idea ila The hall was built in 1922 und- Painter's Haven
ScaplW rte detas er President Borno replacing the
Sto Box CF, c/o Haiti Sin. ancient Hotel de Patrie which In addition tq its historical at-
Z- was an imperative paA if every mosphbre, Croix des Bouquets of-
.:- ', town in days gone by. The Hotel fers unlimited possibiUties as a
de la Pktrie was a sort of band- painter's hav~n.
e t f** t. at stand where speeches 'were made The tranquil aura is conductive
.- md public-performances held. to art; and the delicate tints,
0N .t.a.l.Now tle square is a park with free-drawn architectural lines,
-: ,, gravel paths perVaded by an air vivid flowers and artistic people
MZo ws t' Af. peacefulness. seem to have just been transferr-
UILI WU fl ed from a Poisson canvas.
P':" The markeoplace was once
Slaid ou this uae an ie .Surrounded by the rich plains
1. URR F R .IT laid out on this square, and the .'..
..' PURRK FRI fertility of the eqrth has suffer- A
At' '^tfdM ',A. but flaming hibiscus and AUX ucS a
JA poinsetta testify to the efforts AU A S
bi being made by the town fathers.
Charlotini M*arcadleu HaIt!'s famous .chomard 9am-
^ ^ s,,. / -i < e, has been enthusiasticaly
Charlotin Mareadieu is one of men has been enthfstiboy
i Acclaimed by visiting epicures,
the historical names associated adc atred by stlmpe Li
w~th h ittl tow, .and featured by 4[Imperlal Ll-
with thq little town.
S, eleillp
SBorn in Croix des Bouquets, he .
9 became secretary to Emperor But foreigners aren't the only
lean-Jacques Dessalines,. Marca- connoisseurs of food. Haltiapas
idieu was the man whom Dessali- know where the meat it" done
V nes called: gCome to me! Come to just right, where wines qre of a
Sme! when he was attacked by perfect vintage and flavour to-
assassirin en route to port. an mellow their mood and form the
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SUNDAY, October 16th 1955 dHAITI SUN.


SINGING HAITI'S PRAISES in the U.S. after a Summer vacation here
are Mr. and AMrs. Charles S. Davis, Mrs. Davis and daughters Katherine
and Charlotte. The Dean of the Faculty of Sciences of Talahassee, Fla.
spent about ten days here' in August between the Ibo Lele and the
Oloffson. exclaimed over architectural wonders of the .Citadel.


2 NEW SCHOOLS

TO BE OPENED

IN CAPITAL
STo meet the demands of an
ever-increasing school-age popu-
lation, .the Department of Edu-
cation will open two new schools
in Port au Prince it was announc-
ed this week.
One, a primary superiony
school, will be opened it the for-
mnier site of c'Ecole Erima Gui-
gnards on Avernue Magloire Am-
broise. Rooms in this building
will be set aside -for kindergar-
ten classes, and will serve to take
the overflow from existing
schools.
The other school, 'a co-educa-
Stional institution, will be located
in Bourdon.


Floods Claim

3 Lives

In Maissade
Floodwaters swept the district
of Maissade as heavy rains swell.
ed the cRiviere Roche Blanche
last Sunday night.
Three lives were lost as the
village of-cEau Tourn6e* was .in-
vaded by the torrent. Two huts
were swept away.
An old woman named St&Anne
Dufresne and her two daughters,
one two years old, the other re-
cently born disappeared An Ithe
flood-
Search lax thle bodies as .prov-
ed vain- and'i the three victims
have been given up as "a
Several families axwe been
left homeless, it is prepared.
ANDRS'JUSTE ASKS


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MURDER

Or Suicide?
I Prompted by an article ap-
pearing in Cap Haitien's eLa
Monteeb, Andre Juste launched
an appeal this week in *Le Jourv
on behalf of the three suspects
held by Cap police in connection
With the death of Demosthene
Castagne, the SERPIAN inspect-
or whose iputrefied corpse was
found at Bassin cHaut d'EauD
last month.
The article charged that dai-
ly newspapers of the capital were
jumping to conclusions, misled
by those who would move heav-
en and earth to justify their
point of iew.?
La Monte was quoted as say-
ing: aOn Saturday September 24
the Chief of Police at Cap Hai-
tien told us in regard to the Cas-
tagne case that up the present
it was not definite whether death
was due to murder or suicide.

This declaration we obtained
from Captain Max Laurenceau, a
gentleman in every sense of ,the
word, who received us in his
office with the most exquisite
friendliners. He refused to say
more on the subject because, he
stressed, investigations were
still underw,,y and information
could not yet be released.
eHowever our excellent tcon-
frdee (Le Jour) in its edition of
Thursday -Sept. 22 declares, by
the three detained men, Viter
Juste, Emmanuel Prudent and
Daniel Lafgrtune, that the poli-
ce are on the trail of the killer
of Demosthene Castagnes.
The newspaper went on to
state that Le Jourt was misin-
formed and that, it was necessary
to warn-its confreres of the capil
tal against interested parties.
Andre Ju-ae proposed the theo-
ry thdt Castagne could have kill-
ed himself q jumping from the
bridge spinning the arm of water
along Bassin Haut d'Eau, declar-
ing that this was a much more
likely hypothesis than the sup-
position that the three men held
were responsible f-r his death,
according to the known facts.
J Juste ended with a appeal to
the police to temper zeal with
intelligence and to release the
men whom they aZWe. eW1 ftr
one month cin thae utmost secre-
cy.

The article -also st at ed
that Mrs. Viter Juste and her
two small children had tried to
visit their husband and father
but had been refused permission
by' police. Former deputy Fran-
eois Daniel Prudent also travell-
ed from Port au Prince to see
his son EmmanueL He too was
refused.%
This, said Juste, makes the
prisonerss out to be martyrs.-


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THE FATE OF uTROIS BEBES, '
-Trois Bebes sort Ldogane, Oh! (Ensemble, Ensemble, Ensemble) .;
Pou sddui Meg Port au Prince Oh! (Ensemble, enseyible, ensemble) J "
En arrivant La Mgr Frappde,. Oh! l.
Yo tombd tchi-boum, Oh! '
Jacquot mangd pigeon ,"
Pigeon mangd jacqitot. :
Ay Ay! Qui bagaille ga, M'ap relle Jeszus, Afare, Jdseph Oh! .
Neg Port au Prince, nkg iclaird, Oh! :,
Yo porter preirier prih en baccoulou, Oh! *

'Three Girls left LeogAne together
To get Porta u Prince boys into trouble. '
But when they reached 'La Mer Frapptee ", .
They fell down Tchi-Bouml' MI
The parrot ate the pigeon '
The pigeon ate the parrot '
cAy Ay! Qui bagaille ca?
I am calling on Jesus, Mary and Joseph, Oh!' '.'
Port au Prince men are too sharp, Oh! .,
They take the first prize as 'baccoulou-sl Oh'.5 .:.



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The way things are shaping up, it looks as if we shan't hear. 4s;'
little ditty around town much longer... at least not this version'ofit, '
Vocalists are yielding to popular pressure arid calling on and other earthly authorities instead of lustily bellowing for d4esus, ..
Mary and Joseph,' over the night-club microphones' as the)..did- ', '
days Ione by. "
When the song first sputtered into life in Port au Prince, f-nned by .'
a pressing need for Haitian meringues and assured of success by the eat. '..
chy Jilt of the tune, everybody found it peristently h]mming in his-
(or her) head, and soon all the'city and later the Republic was.
singing the words. '
But a few public-spirited citizens saw the decadence of our morals. .
reflected in the lisping chant of tiny children and the twinkling ac-
coanpanimient of rocking-chair-bound old ladies.'
dne, two then a flood of letters hit -Le Nouvelliste' and other dai-"
lies. Though support for the new song was not lacking, critics had the-, .
advantage of righteous indignation.
'For weeks, the afternoon newspaper fairly crackled with sharp-ton- .
gued attack and defence. .'
But the 'man, woman and child in the street continued to sing the :
song as they knew It, in spite of the would be censors. ,Trois Bbes,*
even went on wax with the controversial phrase. '
fTe flood-rde of letters finally made a break in the dam of popular &
indifference, andlast Saturday night Choucoune revellfers, heard the
fadhiliar tune coming over with a patched up lyric calculated to bring. ,
peace to the Press and satisfaction to the critics.
Just as the. song apparently was born of itself, so 'the change was .
not credited to any particular composer.
Michel Desgrottes claims to have made up uTrois B6b6s. but other.
musicians say it is public, property though it is certain thit he de:
serves credit for popularising it. However, so far, nobody has stepped ,
forth to claim the praise for bowdlerising it.


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HAITI SUN)


SUNDAY, October 16th 1955


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(Reprinted from Haiti's (Sunshine In Your Glass
by V. de Keyserling and R. Valenti)

While in Port au Prince, don't miss the
V opportunity to visit the Barbancourt dist-
illery, whether or not you are interested
E in Rum and for all that, even if you are
a teetotaller! It is' a nice 15-minute ride
*n p from town, the scenery is beautiful, and,
while .the plant is very modern in appear-
anee..

KING CIIRISTOPHE
. .- a COCKTAIL
2 Oz. xxx Barbancourt
1 teaspoonful Cointreau
I I dash of sugar cane syrup
theijticb'.of W'lime.
a well squeezed-orange peel
'-W shake well -with. cracked ice,
'strain, serve with a slice of
-i -' orange over the sugar-
_I:. coated brim of the glass.


S MUSICAL FOUNTAIN
'xxx Barbancourt
4' pienappl@ juice
l4'Apricot Brandy
a'small slice of pineapple.
a red chery, a green
cherry; a slice of lime over
-the brim of the glass;
cracked ice.
THEATRE DE VERDURE
2 Oz. xxx Barbancourt
Steaspoonful Chartreuse
Jaune'. -
a dash of Angostura Bitters
the peel of a lime
stir. gently with ice; do
not strain.


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NEW COMMERCE LAW CLARIFIES RIGHTS


OF IMPORTER, WHOLESALER, AND RETAILER


(Continued from Page 6.)


them .to the consumer except he
conform to articles 3, 4 and 5 of
the prescit law.
Article 11 No commercial
agent is allowed to take pArt in
both kinds of .trade at the same
time
Representation and distribu-.
tion defined above arts 9 and
10.

Article 12?. It is "forbidden
to any foreigner in transit in the
country or to anyone living in
Haiti (Haitian or foreigner) not
patented, to undertake any com-
mercial activities. The travelling
commercant in transit or sojourn-
ing a certain time in the country
is also forbidden to do so except
through a patented commerqant.

Article 13 The distribution
of all products made here which
can be classified in the groups
designated -n the 2nd article of
the present law is submitted to
the control of the Department of
Commerce. It can be the object
of special dispositions in the de-
crees regulating the selling of
the said products.


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Article 14. No one'has a tr
right to participate in private bu-- ts
siness ventures unless he is duly
patented. The patent of a private
speculator will not be given .to
a businessman established as a
consignee merchant, importer,
wholesale merchant or retail,
merchant in victuals. Any sales-
man or anyone acting in such
capacity will be barred from pri-
vate business. 'Anyone acting in
defiance odf this decree will have
to pay a penalty of five hundred
to one thousand gourdes or will
be imprisoned for one to three
months. In cases of more than
one offense both penalties'will
be inflicted.

Article 15.- Consignee mer-
charts, Haitians or foreigners,,.
importers who are' patented as
merchants in gross or in retail
who particularly sell food -and
do not own a hotel or a resort
can sell in their establishments
the following articles.
3) Beer aid malted drinks by
glass
4) Kola and other aereated I
drinks by,glass.
They shall pay, to this effect,
the patent provided for in the
tarif amnnexed to the Law of Sep-
tember 23, 1935 for cafe proprie-
tors.
Owners of cafes, restaurants
or hotels, of no matter what na-
tionality, are authorized to sell,
in their establishments, the' ar-
ticles hereafter designated:
I) Cigarrttds, by package;
2) Cigars, individually;
1) Beer and malted drinks by
glass
2) Kola and other aereated
drinks by glass.

Article 16 Anyinfractor of
the dispositions of the present
law will-have to'pay a pei'alty of
two thousand to five thousand
gour.des. Besides, his. patent" can
be cancelled; and if he is a foreign
er, his. licence can'be' revoked.
by the decision of the depart-
ment of commerce.

Article 17- Anyone who is
qualified by the present law to
trade in retail wlthlmerchandise
designated by articles, who
')Y, will give his name to cover the
Haitian ow foreignaer to whom this
;o, kind of trade is not allowed, will
Sbe considered as an unqualified
person. He will have to pay a
penalty according to the 16th. ar-


*le of the Faw and his patent
i11 be cancelled.
Article IS- In order to establish
e existence of the delinquency
a <,prete-nom, notice will be
ken of the capacity of the per-
n and his known credit accord-
g to the law of the 28 of, Sep-
inber 1939, all other circums-
rice of facts arising from the
imuon of the court.
Article 19. In case of repetition,
e penalty by the 16th. article
the law will be doubled 'and
e transgressor can be imprison-
I for from one to three months.
If the deliquency is committed
y a Commercial Society the pe-
ilty will he applied to the ad-
inistrators of the said Society.
Article 20. The agents of
spection of the Department of
commerce as well as those of the
communal Administration, after
tablishing infractions which the
resent law punishes, must
*cord everything and give
he notes within the next 48
mours to t!e competent judicial
authorities f or the necessary
action.
The said agents will have to
wear-according to the law, and
he notes they will give will be
aken as truth until the contrary
is found out


Article 21. All those who
infringe the present law will be
judged by the criminal court
in priority over everything else.
The judgement will be executed
not with -standing opposition
or an appcal to the Supreme
Court.
I
In the deliquency of *prete-
nom,. the penalty will be impos-
ed equally on the one who acts as
prete-nom and on the one whom
he covers with his patent. The
recovering of the penalty will be
exacted either from the capital
of the prete-nom orion the prin-
cipal store of the one he has co-
vered.
The petition against the defi-
nitive judgement will cover all
those who were previously in the
same affair.'The cause will be
extended by the Supreme Court.
in priority over everything else.
Article 2P. The present law
which ahmgares all law or dis-
position of law, all law-decrees
or disposition of law-decrees
which are contrary to it will
become effective on the 1st of Oc-
tober 1955 and will be executed
by the diligence of State Secre-
tarie- for Commerce, Justice and
Finance, each one in what con-
cerns him.


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* Robert C. Rouark


No One's As Biq As He Thinks


FI. Pleases me to note that
Ad'jl-,' Hitler is officially dead,
a- .j' this month, as it pleases
mc- t[Kt Juan Peron is out of bu-
s'oic-. in Buenos Aires, as it
pleinmi- me that the reward for
the kY:i'ler of Serge Riibinstein is
only 25 grand, and& that the last
su..p>.ct was last seen, in Tangier,
a r-Itlier loose place for a sus-
pect to be seen in. What I mean,
saying that a suspect was seen
iP Tangier is like saying there
aie people in New York.
A. a man who -bas attempted
to -a, -.hii& bills and obey the law
or the land, I have ,observed that
noborty' is big enough to be as
big a-, they think they are. Hit-
ler. Mussolini and Peron were
oeu.l~i.c:e international decency,
ard another, but less political
gi-ater. Rubinstein, was bout-
side of any sort of decent com-
phan,-e with the rules other peo-
ple e-'.deaver'to live by.
T.E BOX SCORE: Mussolini
kic!;ed to death. Hitler probably
a stiLct.de in the last sad days of
Eerlf- Peron over the hill, .and
a'; uiL-:- as I sit here, somebody
wil. 9..-ag him. Rubinstein mur-
dr-v.d at home, and even the
rai)bi. who buried him said he
wa, a .nogoodnick which I
wou.ld.'t want a rabbi to say
over my bones.
A.UjIough I am not a practicing
rehtmonist. I have a great res-
pect For organized religion, no
mn;.te'r what shape it takes. Hit-
ler- .a.d Mussolini got bigger than
G-9,. in their own estimation. Pe-


ron made a sad mistake when
he tangled with the Catholic
church, because the saintly man
'ho was named PacellJ and is
now named Pius doesn't have Co
put up wi hi uo-bit dictators.'
Of all'g.udy galaxy of the
prewar, very few are left, and
what's left ain't for long. The
grease-haired Ciano got it in a
chair, via pistolero. Mussolini
got jumped on until it quit hurt-
ing, and they bhrew poor Clara
Petacci into the act as well. Goe-
ring took his last pill. Same they
hanged and some they shot and
some just disappeared away.
Hitler, Peron, Rubingtein, Mus-
solini, Goering. Lucky Luciano,
Von Ribbentrop they were all
of a stamp. They were all lower-
case crooks who got too big for
their britches.
(FROM THE SYNDICAT)


HAITI SUN


Town Planning
Service Created
By Government
Towns, villages- and settlements
throughout the Repiblic will be
overhauled and re-shaped by a
new town-plznning service created
by the Labour Department.
Assisted by aerial maps, the sex
vice will supervise the orderly de-
velopment of settled communities.
It will be financed,by Point IV.

CABLE LASSO MEN
Two Swiss specialists arrived
in Haiti last week-end to join the
ranks of teleferic engineers. The
experts, the brothers Rolsier,
were followed by Mr. Udo Ul-
rich, Engineer in Chief of eCable
Lasso,, the firm under contract
to build tho Pine Forest cable
railway.

PHOTOGRAPHER HERE
FROM NEW YORK
Miss Henrietta Brackman, ar-
rived from New York on Satur-
day for a 10-day rest and vaca-
tion from her busy Brackman As-
sociates top Photography firm
on Madison Avenue in New York.
This is the woman executive's
second trip to her favorite va-
cation spot within a year. Hen-
rietta brought the news that
Maestro Guy Durosier is packing
them in at Gilmore's on East 54
th Street where lovers of Hai-
tian airs hauint the premises dai-
ly. She states that there are
usually from eight to ten home-
sick Haitians on hand for each
of Guy's performances, among
whom is adopted daughter Lavinia
Williams. Miss Brackman is lodg-
ed at Park Hotel.


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TODAY


Official Circles
Agronomist Marc Holly and
ODVA Administrator Alcide Du-
viella flew to Washington on a
special mission last week. Dfring
their visit to the U.S. they will
confab with Export-Import Bank-
ers.

New -responsable de competes
fiscaux. at. the' U.S. Embassy is
Mr. Eugene Pillsbury. The Ana-
polis (Navy) graduate will replace
Miss Anita Wharton who'has been
transferred to the Philippines.
He arrived in Haiti last week.

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Frangoise tSilera) Borno open-
.. :ed the.ibnings with a -jdlie pou-
b 'onne named Genevi6ve,
m. Monday, which Wccounts for the
'bonpne humeur. of husband (Dr.)
'Rayle ,. ,",- "
xxx
Mt. and. Mrs C.Glifford Brandt
Sbecamie parenls'ot a. ffusky boy
1Mon 7y, :'X.

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S, "Mr. Charles. Flesh, Delta's- In-
.ternaional' 'ProceIdues chfef, "was
.. o. cmpany'business in Port an
7., Prince 1fr a few days last week,
S- operating,-out- 6f 'Villa Creole).
., I ; ."'. .. -xI x k ,
* ]WSP-'makiflg. expert from the
,.eodetic survey Merril .Brown
Spent? a week -in..Haiti on of-
fcidlbusiness'
'" "x g x "
Hubby Geoige: Deslaiwles bach-
S. lor days are':. over,' Tilly is
h' rniem from the Continent with
'a sleek new Volksagon conser-
." tible.: o' V u
.; /. .. *X X .
-. *. ... ,x x ...

cLe Navol'ss, Alfred Icart
.f 'became the.1proud father of %son
Slast. teeke. The Ieait's have nam-
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presented with a tiny heart-
breaker this past week. The Geo-
detic Smri.e technician and his
wife have settled on Marie-Hl &
ne as her ,*.ime.
x xx
The Spanish Embassy gave the
traditional ,Americas Dayc fete
Wednesday celebrating the disco-
very df the New World by Chris-


Guy Bourjolly is back with a di-
plom.n in Agronomy after six years
study at University Laval de la
Pocathicre in Canada.
xxx
West Indies Garage's 'bogota'
doctor Georges Marcel flew to San
tiaeo last %cek to cash in on a
"heritage.'.
x \ x


Emile Blanchard of the Depart-
ment of the Interior clippered to"
Cuba last week on vacation.
Thursday October 13 was the
fourth wedding anniversary of
Aux Cosaques Manager Jean Bu-4
teau 'and his wife inee Maryse
Occ&nadi. I .
Jzck Scott, of Hilmarj Minx
fame, flew to New York lac.! week
on business.


- ,-: .- .',J topner Columbus in i 492z. Beautician Paule Duncan' will x x x
O "' ; ,fly to the States later this month French Charge d'Affaire-, Syd-
J Ambassador Fernando Canthal y to undergo treatment for an ankle nev Vatkins gave a -Manoir des
Giron proposed a toast to Haitian ninuryv. Lauriers. reception Wednesday ar-
Brasilign FOA technical cx- American friendship which was Georges Perry (Tokio) has been ternoon in honour of Mr. Raoul
perHoracio Rosa left Haiti for answered by Minister Joseph Char operating via a new Consul since Aglion, the former U.N. perman-
Havana last week. les. 'Monday. ent representative here who is .now
Sx x Ambassador Canthal was assist- Back with two diplomas, a fluent in the French diplomatic service
I Cuidad .Truillo bound this ed in his duties as host by Em- cLmmand of English and big bu- in Havana and Port au Prince.
week wads td A' If doPerez Ra- bassy Secretaries Carlos de la siness ideas is Fritz Vulcain who x x x
mirez, attach' to the Dominican Presilla and Antonio Medina. spent the last 3 years at New York Nelda Suro is returning to
Embassy here, xx x University. Fritz followed business her home in Puerto "Rico today
Mis Josette Laaierre and Mr. U.N Social Worker Maud Bar- administration and accountancy after vacationing with her former
MilJ~ste airr n M. U. oia oke ad a-courses. school-pal Elsa Scutt.
Joseph J. Rogemond became rett was welcomed to Haiti for a _____________orschool-pal Elsa Scutt.'
,fiazices last Sunday at the five-day stay Monday afternoon
home of Mr and Mrs. Solon La- by Mrs. Sophie Coutsis, commu-
pierre in Jacmnel. nity development expert for the VISIT CITADELLE AND SANS-SOUCI PALACE
xx x U.N in Haiti. .
Claude Jaeger celebrated 29 xx .
with a grand Bamboche ehez lui ''
inr Bois Patate Saturday-Sunday. Nancy Carol Frisch observed her "
x x x four-year terminus with a grande .
Ti, /Emile Sendral marked off fete, afternoon garden party i
three-years .Monday with family Sunday at home in Turgeau. r
in Turgeau. X x x
,x x x Pretty Sabine Mercier, formerly
U. S. track and field coach Joe of Knappen-Tippetts, is the new 1
Yanaey, here on a State Depart- secretary at 'British American In- '


meant training mission, brought
in'-his" birthday at the Riviera
with friends WFednesday morn-
ing, .,
x xxx
Marthe Kernizan, Scipa's lovely
Mimeographer, i's convalescing af-
ter her appendectomy at St. Fran-
cois de Sales.


surance.
xxx
Agronomist Jean Dominique of
the Department of Agriculture is
back from three years studying
Tropical Agriculture in France,
and is now in charge of the expe-
rimental station at Oriani.
xxX


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Ren." ('i-Tosh) Severe, manager
-of Mle INobbel & Bondel restaurant
-on tAe Exposition, and Miss Moni-
qe Le:-.: were joined in Holy Mr-
trinic-y last Saturday evening at
Saerz-tc.ur de Turgeau.
"Is bride was given away by
Mr. Carl Bondel, and Mrs. P6lissier
NibOas, Miss Leys's sister, perfor-
jn.i tfie duties of marraine.
A cdivil marriage preceding the
reUwi ceremony was accompa-
rit'y Ia reception at the home
of Me bride's patents, Mr. and
t s. :FVix Leys on Ruelle Roy.
The uewly-weds are honeymoon-
ing at the Flbrville in Kenscoff.
xxx
Senate President and Mrs.'Char-
les Fbmhboan are flying to Miami
today.
xxx
New York Times' Dottie Haw-
kins and Life's Mary Lou'. Skinner
con t i n u e d their island-hopjing
Wednesday after some dear' lady
returned Dottie's lost 'plane tic-
ket. htUti.i' who fashion edits for
the cTimes. will return to the
Oloff.on Wednesday for more of
Haiti.
xxx
Andy Anderson concludes a
mnonth-long Puris vacation -bectober
31, saying "iome 'to his job with
Soul tr'-lat;n's Tours.
XX X '
Ec&Oojat Max Questel and wife
Mary.'c -iI-w to New York Tuesday.
~X X X i
x xx ,
-lnsti.Lua Francais- director and
-Ms. Slmon" Lando returned Wed-
nesday ifter Summering back
home in France.
XXX
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bertoni cele-
brated their silver wedding anni-
versary Tuesday' and champagne
flowed.
XXX
*WelI-kt-n haut-couturist e,
Adele SaLsine is on vacation in
New Yirt.


x x x
XXX
Coca-Coa's local
Richard Forgham
Miami on Friday.


representative
clippered to


XX X
Mr. Read- Max Auguste (Librai-
Tie Notuvelle) received a big wel-
come home from New York' on
Wednead ay.
X X X
'Dixie' Cup's Mr. Snook was
shown hce town this week by Mr.
and Mrs, Max Theophile of Preetz-
man A4gge-;iblm.
I X X X
The Mnirter of Public Works,
Engineer PRaoUl St. L6, flew to
New YoI[-. Friday. *


Captivating Ginette Dreyfus
returned to the barbecues of
Port au Prince after a month-long
vacation in the U.S. swdth her
sister Mrs. Georges Hudicourt
who is taking a course in pedia-
trics at the Mount Sinai Hospital.
Ginou brings back good news
of the success of Capt. Lucien
Scott's operation at Mount Sinai
September 27.
I x X &
Virginia and Jesula Laguerre
headed for' Santiago de Cuba last
week.

Jean.Clande Armand celebrat-
ed his birthday Friday in the gay
spots of the capital.
x x
Lucille Rouchereau clippered in
from Curacao Monday.
xxx
Senate President Chares Fom-
brun celebrated his birthday Sun-
day in his charming Laboule villa
where the splendid decors of East
and West meet. Madame Fombrun
was a gracious hostess.
X'XX
Mr. Allen White. executive of
the aFairchild .6eriat Survey Co.
awas welcomed by Geodetic Sur-
vey Capt Ellis. and Mr George
Hargreaves on arrival in Port au
-Prince Thursday.
.Xx
Haitian artiste MicheLine Lan-
dun will give a piano recital at'
the Music Conservatory Wednes-
day evenfiing starting 8:30. The re-
cital will be under the patrona-
ge of Minister and Mrs. Franck
Devieux.
'" X X '
Alice Mathon clippered Stateside
yesterday for a New York visit.
xxx
Mrs. James 0.. (Kathy) Plinton
and Junior returned from a States
Canada trip on the 10th. Hubby
(Laundryman Jimmy) wil, catch
up with the family after a business
stop-over in Miami.
xxx
New' York bound on the 15th
was Marie-Ther&se Ewald.
xxx
Danielle Douyon observed her
sixth anniversary list Saturday,
bonne fite Mimi. d
Mr, George Naude. commer-
cant. Belgian Consul, and Direc-
tor of Ciment d'Haiti left on
Thursday on a short business
trip to the United States.
xxx
Raoul and Rita Hyppolite flew
to New York this weekend.
Engineer Franck Chavez. and
his charming wife are proud pa-
rents of a daughter, have named
her Marie-H616ne:
Miss M-vrtho Heraux and Mr.
Karl Papillon will be wed next
Saturday at Sacre Cceur de Tur-
geau
Mr. and Mrs. Frantz Gouraige
welcomed a gros garqonh into the
family October 1 at 1:30 a.m., na-
med him Roney.


Major Buteau's. mother, Mrs.
Georges Buteau, is up from Cayes
for medical care. Mrs. Buteau, who
is 76, is making rapid progress.
x x x

Pierre Celestin (Pierrot for his
girl-friend) flew to Bogota Friday
to see the headquarters of the
ganque Populaire Colombo-Hait-
ienne. Pierrot holds an accounting
job with the bank here.

xxx

Jacko assine's charming pres-
ence has been missed about town
since Tuesday when she boarded
a clipper for Miami.


The newly-wed Gerard Rou,
ziers, who exchanged, matrimo-
nial vows in St. Pierre's Cathe-
dral. last Saturday evening, are
spending their honeymoon at
Raymond Flambe.rt's cottage in
Kenscoff.
Over two hundred guests at-
tended the religious ceremony
and the civil marriage which pre-:
ceded it at the' home of Dr. Mau-
rice Armand. the bride's uncle.
A highlight of'tie e'sotial -sei-
son, the wedding was ,honoured
by the Ipresence of President" Ma-


Johanna Siegel headed for Ca-
racas, Venezuela, ye-terday tq
spend 3 months studying Spanish.
XXX
Executives of the Cia. de Indus-
trias Maritimas arrived in Haiti
Saturday aboard the twin-engined
Caribbean Queen. They
were: Dr. and Mrs Argello Medi-
na, Dr. and Mrs. Oswaldo Utrilla
and Mrs. Ector Re~naldo, guests
of Company President Clarence B.
Moody..
x x x.
'Lilian Fabius of Tropical Gas
gave a ddiner a la chandelles Sa-
turday night at Babiole, continued
her fete at the Riviera.

xxx
James Fyfe, of James Fyfe & Co,
largest buyer of Haitian sisal, ar-
rived in the Republic this week
for a visit. He was accompanied
"by two English sisal experts, AI-
expnder Neish and Sydney Tran-
ter, of -Wiggles Worth & Co..
which Mr. Fyfe also co-directs.

xxx
Joseph Alfred flew in from Me-
xico by Delta Thursday,
Lina Gergeres was among Delta
passengers disemb a r ki n g here
Thursday.
Emmanuel Fouchard of the Pu-
blic Works Department and wife
Marie returned by Delta Thursday
from a health trip to Havana.


"gloire's Aide de Cwnp Lieute-, Mrs Claude Fabius of white gui-
nant Charles Turnier who re- pure over iulle completed by a
presented the Chief of State. The finger-tip veil flowing from a
President also sent a magnifi- jaunty cbeguins which accentuat-
cent bouquet of gladiolae. ed the romantic motif of the
More 'han forty witnesses sign- (gown.
ed the figcster aind the radiant i For the first time in Haiti, ush-
bride, the former Marie-Helene ers were present to show the
Brun, was attended by eight bri- guests to their pews in the
des-niaids dressed in pink and Church, while nearly two-score
white with poplin rose belts and girls and boys under twelve years
pink. and' white /bouquets. Given of age made up, the bridal suite.
Sn amarrae, bj, her father En- The groom walked up the aisle
.in mi~iib
gineer Daniel Brun, the, bridge on the arm of his mother Mrs.
wore a beautiful'robe created by Raoul Rouzier.


Mrs. Bella Desrues and daughter
Bibou, are returning to the Haitian
Consulate in Miami today.'
Denis, Safsaricq flew to Miami
on Wednesday. i
X. x x
'Marie Denis has been a New
Yorker for the past six days.
xxX
Lelio Magloire joined the
throngs of New York visitors this
week.
xxx
Jn-Edouard Ricourt was San
Juan bound on the 15th.
Madame Erina Coehn of Jeremie
is in town chez her 'beau-frerea,
Mr. Hans Meyer.
Air Missioq secretary Nicole Re-
vist is including Miami, New York,
Canada and Cuba in her five weeks
vacation abroad.
S'x x x
Graham Howard and family
flew 'over to Plantation Dauphin
from the U.S. on Monday.,


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Cit9 businessman Charles F6-
qtiitre, head of the Chambre de
Commerce, flew in from the Sta-
tes on the 10th-,
x xx
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merz are
vacationing at the Mary Johnson
chalet in Petionville. The couple
is from 'Time and Life. and Mrs.
Merz, in the picture research de-
partment of 'Sports Illustrated',
would be happy to see any .action ,
pictures of sports while in Haiti.
xxx

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G.E. Automatic Percolator, Mix,
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record Player and Amplifier,
Large Dining-room suitk, Bed-
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telephone 3591 or 7778.


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PAGE 20 HAITI SUN SUNDAY. October IGh I9~


RICARDO WIDMAIER'S YOUTHFUL DREAM


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Radiohaiti nack in It9az, giving
talented but little known local
artists an opportunity to introdu-
ce themselves to the entertain-
ment world.

Among t.e artists who made
their radio 'debut on the Wid-
maier station are such famous
names as Ernest Lamy, Theodore
Beaulrun (Languichatte), Guy
Derosier, Issa El Saieh's band,
Trio Haiti, les Voix d"Or. Les
Chevaliers de la Chanson, Orches-
ire Citadelle, Orchestre des Ca-
sernes and a score of others.
One of the most wildly acclaim-
ed was Ricardo's son Herbie,
later dubbed .Voice of Gold, by
the fans and offered singing con-
tract in Puerto Rico and the
States. ,


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President. advise i t s kind customers that the Christmas Catalo-

gues are at their disposal at the offices of the Company, situated

at Rue des Casernes, and would be p 1 e a s e d to have them place

their orders before NOVEMBER 10, 1955.


Past this delay, SEARS ROEIBUCK & CO. decline

.all responsibility in so far as the' matter of receiving

the articles ordered in time for CHRISTMAS.

The SEARS Department reserves the same c o r d i a I welcome

and prompt service for all- its customers.

OCTOBER 11, 1955.


.Grand Concel Matinal, -Vos
Airs Favoris', Invitation a la
Sieste,, Rendez-Vous A 4:30', Va-
ritts IMusicales, and *Concert de
fin d'apres-midi area few disk-
jockeyed presentations.
Still others are: *Heure Senti-
mentale', -Parade Musicale', and
-HeuT e Populaire,.


I
CAP HAITIAN TO HOLD
EUCHARISTIC CONCI'SS
THIS MONTH
The Eucharistic C..-r'ess of
the Cap Haitien dioc'.c will be
held from the 27 h] :c the 30 th
of this month.
A prograimme of rcJigious ce-
remonies "-ill mark ;,ho -vent.


Herby faded from the pro.
world to serenade his beautiful,
young, wife Mich6le and is now
.pAre de famille' since young
Richard's arrival two months ago.
Success .Story
dRadiohaiti' (now 4W on 1330
KC, 4 VRW on 31 meters band,
4 VHW.on 49 meters) has been
completely modernised since its
gasoline can days and letters
from Europe and the Americas
testify to its effectiveness.
But when it first started, the
station was nothing more than a
home-made ham set converted for
broadcasting purposes to satisfy
a young man's whim.
Ricardo celebrated his return
from Europe by building a ham
set which was named HH2W
(Herby has inherited the call let-
ters) and boasted only 30 watts.
This was the same transmitter
that carried his first broadcast on
the air.

Mobile Broadcast
Yqt, four years ago, the station
had progressed to the point where
Radiohaiti could undertake Hai-
ti's first mobile broadcast, cover-
ing the carnival on the spot.
-A listener in France wrote in
to comment on the .clear reception
and to tell how much he enjoy-
ed the interviews with the King
and Queens,, the" Widmaiers re-
port.
The same' system was used
once again, this year, July 19, to
report President Paul Mdgloire's
birthday celebrations throughout
the Nation.
This time it was done by two
mobile transmitters; installed in
separate cars and, according to
Herby, was ,a real success..
I
The Programmes

In addition to putting on revo-
lutionary shows -like the English-
languake, -pops, dedicated
Thursday night show. .Your Mu-
sic Caravan., Radiohaiti can
claim perhaps the greatest num-
ber of variety shows in thq local
business.


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