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Haiti sun
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R. Cheney, Jr. ( Port-au-Prince, Haiti )
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THEHAIIANENGISH LANGUAGE N4EWSPAPER
VOL. V or au Prime R~publique d 'Haiti Teleplione206l SUNDAY, MRH 25th 1956 N.2


ffati Copper F~actor, In Stock Markt oo

13FCHE INBARCOA, C~UBA



The iii convere air-s i rescue in i run fro Mi ain and had or i -h irzet m mixediup
bea chalcner, athoizd by taken oin approximately fiveda-ithTonoSoc x-
th at agoernet fo h feet of water. ne$14-erhsoyoe~
dee feezngoflobte fom A wee ag Snayte con-lswekacodn toTm!
tog vet e crescue cathad stare
fo ~nta rans ou g intiiei company
-4i ~ ~ I - arp ~ ~ i h eachfo acting as watchdog -enroutc li ftelg i ikreprs
repir oihir ottom* whc toh Potau-Prince. The Thunider- Aaer n rsinl wr
washold i h avy t~r bet hi~dtre bck toBar'acoa due notemre a lge
wee Mi~yjan Baaco,ac- to t ad weather an the Chal hg-edtikrwhte
codng to ifratin re4eveiegercont~inueon ,Only tenth
irom 1dr. nd Mr. Ricard C (Catinu~ed on page20) lretnme ftascin

Se~aberg r-j- npr nte Nor- (19,471) evecro ofote nth x
inang iniy oa singl Hotel theeiitt
TOURIS 5~ gae sntatede.
The$epers ddet it the Moo rf the exenten stet-
116ootCh01egerha ben i eI COnrSsA RIC in J4SO (a5
Barco fo Moi hnthy Pere thanvt Di rec~~~tor of
Th Cpa;nHnsMltn i active hee Hol.gtel Associations by riin cope andce Consoeli-u~e~iy
int, havystoms nd ighsea Shp Asocatinanar ex- a ofe pbslan ters Hagwe l Mi~in~~es last
pected to rre esen ipotat H ~aiti Ltd. tor thrraan 2,00,00 the e~1s Imp~Nr ha
d~~~~~~g.;eks busiad day Duin utUtieheeui ~ rq~r~ ope
ve ogesi~n cSrn aose Costa AUe CA E yl rga o ~ekh tc odfra
B oign't Hatiw RiawomArite 12te22. PRO LEM at $2,6t).e Tim addrtcod:
Mor than 3ot0e repesetatves U.S Navy Se'l
T~~~~ ~he biwel dueehne) n beravers frogrs AIRED5 ~ znc1qr .~e Tthe Hai tia Goaenmet an2 na ntriwwthte'n

asngn to, whh Hetti tisle doeing about
th JI~ndo L Ni-se(avs.mip- r wil gahein h Cen-Merc1a oii t and ~~ c porfe la touc tode tehdne vstof the A rsdnmepand"tecpe
the 21 American republics dis- cHazlosin oaf~g toe tuga mills utToaadAbsao o-h engvnt o
custheis ofthe robr mritdeleate, rpreenttivem training in~ Hant wihth p

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limit ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ {oc Oafe tendtor watrs oneraifa trnpraincmaisor y neo ou iigoprto
rounding are. hey wire omm a erie af prtooeviir s andhd f,
mil-SOr o fftheSothwsttrvelwrter o 2 naios irl Lin frigte stateds Boir.ha Blacheeonos-
Penisula hasbeenexplitedbe pesen to earnthe tat saofied bofna tlou msil~ in Prtithe wolehuty mother poto nin a td Am assad torrmu, acom
foryeas b te Aerian. I thidusry hrughutrhe Am- ten ot er dupryso Haiati. pan ten his wie wil be me tc rm h e-Yr
li~~~~as~a rtioll gbout de" Thei~e ched onias thest sor $38,00 o rgia
Haitis de nterhangeof idas o tour st enot hiesbidetoi General Mai raiele ThIloar, adb mass-wlig e det dac
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t~ -eat tossi~ the Inter tioio nn iniltis theirW diffficueties in* rinemano woffic e thig were g de wy lTashco avs.Te d is.tt
r~~atem du~~allookhandin for the bono toer~ tinuse A guestiis' hil godeclrect ocnrtr yo
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in iudd Tkifloon arh e, ad mnysoled o he e- n he Sou dtther areawit causes a tthenoeidenwhcothe Am
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Page 2 HAITI SUN


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Full Program For HAITI COPPER FACTOR IN TORONTO MARKET...
C.tst, fr im FPage l)
ambassadorr armourr, minor gob ialu, Tran..,nf1 Ir,,m Hei tri nJcal methods used I ,anonid drillinai fjhlIinf an.
002 iO 007 oz. nl ,o rime aIscr bvetE reii-n-lole for trhe ttiiwl, utner e-qwcpment to Haiti an
(Contnu1ed fray, Pagoe 1 and a good qiuiritt., ul tgfnetlic 6.- cxpenence.I in getting to the, alter the difficult task of clans
iron I pooecr at T,-ire--Neuse. i-hi com. portation tn the rijlis of Terr
bassador at Bourdon where they Tet ,tt.. .,etecled are Dolan, panr has 1i'eady spent $250,000 Neuoe. Esploratlon got unde
will be lodgem during their s.a. Brtiqlie aod Fortune Tsee htire' or instlialitont, prospecting, sir. %sa3 on a Larae scale. jith tt
here. sections :re expected to he a. .evinlg, etc the technical me- President, Mr. Plexman, -Lupe
Sunday. it 6.00 P.M Ambas. Cood or better than MREME where thode, usecd by the Canadians call VIsing.
sador and Mr_. Armour. and Am. the_ major operations ;re present- for the digging of deep holes, up LIGNITE BED TOO
bassador and Mrs. Davis will ,. ly- concentrated Crees will coon to 1,500 feet if necessary to trace ,. We al-o did some work
sit the Secretary of State for be sent to the rieA tet sites, BE, the copper. itlaissade, a Mr. Bogat states
Foreign, Relations and Mrs Jo- gat reported. Drill cress and key staff found that the Lignite be
seph D Charles. A, Carrndian' firm is no, fl3,ng members are beitig sent down could be developed with grea
At 8:00 P.M.. during dinner i an aerial survey of the entire (un- from Canas-i but the majority of advantages to the country th
the residence of the U.S. Ambas session. tn addition, a ground the cmployees art Haitian. Mr. coal-briguette Aould replace
Eadorw.'Allbahador and opprt, It ce is carrying out a magneto- wtilliarn Plesmnan. President of charcoal and help In eheckina
mor will hae the opportunity i amst the Consolidated Halliwell, Ltd., soil erosion. But, unfortunately
of renewing their acquaintance eer survey ahich is almost car reported that the H-Itians were the contracts we hd signed wit
with the Americans and Hai- pleted. The exploitaton work is good worker; and seemed quite the government were so Ineons
flans with whom they had close scheduled to begin in about tour happy working in the mines. detately modified by the legisl
contact during the time when months, under the dtreetton and MORE THAN 22 COPPER Live bodies that only the or
Mr. Armour was at the head of supervision of competent Canadi- HOLES DRILLED covering the exploitation of
the American Legation at Port. .n naming engineers and geulog. Geological works %ere mapped copper mines at Terre-Neui
au-Prince. isis. I,y Canadian Geologist R. W. was more or less acceptable. Ti
On Monday, March 26th at .Mr Bogart stated that the for- Hose in the beginning and are cooperation received from Pir
1000 AIM, Ambassador and
Mrs. Armour. and Ambassador Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, now being continued by Dr. Mac- silent Pan] E. ,Magloire, a
and Mrs, avis will call on His Ambassador and Mrs: Armour Canel They were assisted by his prompt assistance, made
Excellence, the President of His will be dinner guests of His Haitian Geologist, Engineer Re- possible for us to go ahead wil
Reuline, theMPreidaen M lofthe. Excellency, General and Mrs. my Lemotne. More than 22 holes, the cooper mining operations
Itepuibic and Madame imaloire. Paul E. Magloire. at their resa- ranging from 145 feet to 1,000 Terre-Neuve. .
In the afternoon," Ambassadors dence in Turgeau feel, have been drilled. OBSERVATIONS
Arsoonr and Davis will attend a On Wednesday morning at Since 1908. various groups, -Mr. Bogat observed: e We am
special session at the H Execoive 10"00 o'clock, Ambassador Ar- Haitian and foreigners, have still contiinplating doing som
Council of the Haltian-American moor will hold a press confre- been trying to exploit the copper thing with the Lignite of Mai
Institute. From 5:00 to 7:00-P-10: rEnce at the American Embassy, of Te-re-Neuve It ii, believed sade, but i! would seem that
Ambassador and Mrs Davis will a t the ame ay. that their biggest handicaps naming can only be secured
Ambasadr adMs aiswland will depart the same day, ac.
oeareeption in their rest- eopaied by Mrs. Armour on were: lack of funds, outdated the contract was brought ba
deoce,wrich will r e attended by the 12:15 PaM. plane. methods and the low price of to fLt original form that i
Haitian personalities, -members Secretary of the Navy and copper, said Mr. Bogat, adding just as it had been accepted at
of~~~ta te perpetualc statear of re-Nvy an
of the .Diplommitic Corps, and Mrs. 'Thomas w1'll arrive here, that the perpetual s cate of re-
members Of the American cola- .Mondsay March 26th at 10:30 A. olution in FORch the Country DE'fTNGuiSHED I
ny. The Secretary of the Navy l on a' lan of .S. Navy, lived before the American oeo FO
and Mrs. Thomas. arid the me- acompanied by Captain W. F. patron, previous to 1915. did not English Mens Suit
hers of their party, and Ambas- Bi.ogle U.S Navy tdeutenanl-Co- create a climate favorable to the
sador and 'Mrs Armour will be lonel Gentleman, U.S Marine development of any project of
giest- of honor. Carp- a n, L Marine hCome to your fay
On Tuesday, March 27tb at Corp. Nbd Lt. A A. Schiasmer, T .ig t hco pr opo rti
10:00 A.M, Ambassador Armour U $. Naiy They will be mes by n mining inth restr, o SON ORhIN
will place a %%Teath at the .lau. A kbi.lssdor and Mrs DavLu, Hear informs that ir s53 several per-
'woleorm of the Founders of the Admiral Wilkins, the Chief, of mits for mining exploration
Haitian Fatherland. At 1:00 P31. Protocole. Capitaine de vaii e m for SainttdgthS Of t
Mr and Mrs Armour will be .seau. Georges Bayard. and Lieu. Forming a Haloan Corpora.
guests of honor of the members tenant E Onol A company of the tion. his aisociates. were Engine. Fabrics. See the
of the Aneriicar, colony at Port. Coact Guard w&ill render them hon er Gcorges Baussan and Miss.
au-Prince at r luncheon A cock ort upon arrival. The civilian Helen Cnristian .,f .Montarna today- ans cho e yo
tail party will also be given in Bo s of the US Navy %rill -conUa. S, The., Innorporat, ed under
.hc-ir honor at Turgeau Tennis hue hi, trip Tuesday 2 peM. after the name aSEDEN, S.A., for the
a round of Officnil receptions, exploraton and exploitation of Pafnbeach
",,-- -.. __ the natural resources of Haiti
They were able to intest a Gabardine
AN EVEPASTIN (' GIFT grouD of American capitalist in
the ventur. 3avid a n American Ch14ist5T
compxrt., .%The Hasrin-.Ameri.
can Minetral Company. of Dela. inen
ware,' tilItCO, waa franed
and a limited exploration whs Arrox SI rts
begun
WatW the adding of die Lignite And
STER ING ..beds of M aits ade and the copper
-0@ ,of Terre-Ntuve to our explora-
I -' -'" -...T" I c.-.Vinlicd, a Ca- O
lESSER ,'ARE SETS nadian grope became mterested
in our venture and after a brieIf
IN BON DISHES struggle tlr donation' thle
A SConolohdated Iaslinoll .Lnait.
CANDLE-STICNG ed, at Toronto. Canada, brought
SALAD SERVING SITS out the Hanmeo Con.olidated; bm-1
AN' A VA&RIFTY OF OTIBIER dnrr nHvIg I E TTSEM mediately dispatched several


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SUNDAV MARCH' th 1956


s-i.ned b3 the Executive b5d,.
Due- to the modiftcaboins made
hy tne Legislause Clhn.ers ic
d our contract.s. we paid the go-
d %sernment $1.00 per riectare ims-
" tead of one Gourde f$.20) tAhich
e is the amount required by nun-
r Lng laws Land owners, will re-
e ceive 101 of the ariottt paid
r- to the government that is
6% co,enne the net smelter re
turn, plus any indemnity the
in Land owner may be entitled' to
I, .The copper concession cover.,
Id 25.004 hectares.1i
at -
ie
'e FORMER MINISTER AND
ig P-AU-P PREFECT DIES
y, The sad news of the passing
th away of Mr. Edgard Fanfan. not-
mi- ed lawyer and former President
a- at the Corporation' of Barristers
te of Port-au-Prince, last Fsjday at-
Le ternoon was received with deep
ie regret Edgard Fanfan's brilliant
ie career included the functions of
Preer of &Port-iaPrce. Admi-
id nistrator of Fistee, Minister of
it Public Works and of Commerce,
th was greatly esteemed for his
at competence and devotion in fud-
filling his duties to the State.
He was also an outstandtag man
rb of letters, and mas active in the
e- social life ot the CapitaL Ator-
.s- ney Fmnfan. i; survived by his
fl. widow.. three children and a
if large number of relative& Haiti
ck Sun presents its deepest sympa-
is. thy and condoleances to. the be-
nd reaved family.

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SUNDAY, MARCH 25thi 1956 HAITI______ SUN________ PAGE

Officials Visit Le Cap Inauguration St. Petersburg THE. ACTIVE~ OBLTS4
Of Ecole des Fi eres Buildings Students To Visit, uligO ~xC
-Mr. Frank flevieux, Secretary equtipping the n~w establish- Forty-eight students of St. Pe- REPORTAGE BY PJN-CLAUDE GARCIA
of National Educationr, presided mnent. tersburg Senioar High School llj The Reverend 'Father Jaq given the tite L'Abbe Pierre
oe hInauguration of the niew fto
$Qover th oe i e Frebul-L io Au'"r rrvinot-au-Prince on April zealous misslonaro tile rderddaays
lispla C ep aitleno buonday Lein Auiir 3 for a two day visit before con- of Oblats has, dne wonders in, The most otstandling work o
oring. at e Cap t athen o an Mnay Wins~ Haitian tinuing on April '5 to Kingston, rehabilitating the are a fter teth basiLeCysis-e
mornipng.He pew ttesCa ~aic- iato Jamaica, Apr11 7 toHavana, irreparable damnagecasd-yevlpntoea hre i
GepniedbMra. Gofge atnal Ciato then home again that nig~ht. The Hiazel,. inteSledsCas o pitwhcwsfudd
Direcopr Geea fNtoa -Work of th e American Legion 8t. Petersburg goodwill M~ission through materials and spiritual 1923n by the lat Ms.Loe
ducation, Mr. Camille Large, As- A ux~iiay in the promotion of will present certificates of fin- acconmplishmen~ts. e bas Ibuil Bermingham. Te coln has
Edcaiotn, Dirs Etrzui of Mcnarlo understanding and4 co-aperation endship to government officials a~ magnif icent congregationist surprising number fbidns
re uropbtio r. Ersulieo Gageral ~among the people of thle Ameni- rn Fort-au-Prince from Mayor school and a fine chapel ~there. and almost every m1onha ne
can Republics has brought the Sam Johnson of St. Petersburg. On, Sundayi' 7:00O A.M. masor con~ruction rises tob nee
.of Dozuesti,- Science, and Mn. olg-nzaionap a citation from the The stude ts leave Miamii on the poor c~l~idren is hedadt heohrfrmn iyo
,Lella Faublas. Assistan~t Diet Reubi )f Hiiti, Mrs. Merle Aliarclh 30 for San Juan, Puerto his, New Year's service i stil 41,a Cisarite s'il vous> pli.7
or of Adult Education. Ce~rufla, chairman of the Pan Riico,~ and fly April I to Ciusdad echoing through the ~area where9 Thee 2 mean a ort women,
The new blligsaetoAeiaStdCmittee of, Trujlllo and thence to Haiti on is1 eloquent and tender greeting 'gd nd ivln ddfn tecm
stoy eifies ithbasmens. he uxliay, nnonce reent 'Aril3.Their junk~et, inspired brought tears of emotion ~to te fort of a gentehsiatynal
The north buidn cosss.o y Ih auiar istdying Hi. bsy the EasterSeason, ispr f eyes of theaudiene. isor trnquility, fa frmtn ag
liv cassoos o te UPr, i n tisyears stud pogram. a series of,, goodwl tours'f has caused Father lac to ip (Cniudonpg 6
flor, ouron he irt foor wih Te itation wa rsented to nelghbornLatn Aeia
theadinstrtin ffiesndtil axlilaryi creoies in countries by Unilted States col-,
the library ocuyn h aeWahntnb oser Pierre lcge and high school students.
11or.In hebasmet ter ar Crre, epesetaivefrm Hi-PinAmviap Airways an-
.wo classrom an he trg i-oteOgnzto of Ameri- nounced that another Florid
roos.The)ilingonth sot cn SatsIt asreeived by group, made up of 41 student
is he antc s te thew~t te, rs Boode D Wadnational foni-"Dan McCarty High School
excpton ha th g~oud'flor reidetandMr, rank D). in ort Pi'ere will board
ha alrxm e hal an~uim orton nainlchimnof the 'lpper atXhin on March Is9
ante $,0 n unsin n tudy Comtee, 31. PAaidd tht2 Ilni
Sae Normal *Un3iverst AMBASSADM DAVI, PRASES e nts leav ',Miami Myarch 25 for
,c,A TIC'NE I , AITI-4 Nssauand reiturnon March 2.
AS~~ ~ ~ ~ 41R C IVE E TA STl-rOSEPH'S FETE
U.S, Am asno Ry Tsoopenng ngt waamot en, h FteSt, Jose~h, n
Davs, nd~ whsepatonae ybleevnin. 7 Mach139t was clebrateddb
yh plvAtgn n Hatz was 9 tiutn hi-tl on, the imprssive 'ceremoniesa the' St.
saisdinrecrece ab tepay 4.1 i uniquewel arranged and at- attended by Presidient 3agloire
ve~'y uc I a a. i is near per- and members of the Cbn n
chinlit :ea fcc T asi a rearable start Axrmy offi!e.'s Airln viwo u4ae ahda
idateeop teLtl na- Itwards having legitimate the-
te movement in Hi.It is not atrein Haisti and a tribute to Wok yIata
only for th plesure of' the au-Moisseau-L~ero and friends who f_____________________
~diesce he a real elementx of believe in the teatre. z *,iit oTu
>culture. D. During a cafe discussion, he I
(th author declared: q. Why I I
4 ntgoe nHati Dt ans ol t anlt tewrd's great- reeok b ata r
(wie f he amusyoug me e enso nic oe rtaqne into BY EMI~LE ROUM~ER -JEIREIE tre n h

I seu.Leoyari~ana the. pla Enzi uRoanu, hai tafnts tap baffle' 4&ie fihaie.pu unhbton rgnaeiyh os


Creole~a ra oslp1ed toago ie
audinceon penng igh M i les tan ix onts. H uou pur uneon elifnme ta bate ae el fnmnbatl rere i on -urem o -pineArt-an
da ndaan nFidy ed llgCro' palacet a w ttl i ga Li$ tO6outnesaptalerA pou Capt' Frde Ian ~orde. IcEgnesadChtut
nedy night' pefrmne wassu~a~e vm -ad wll ravl teiUite
of !dmts hueti of hiah loa chiefstaime. or Zanarm con ping cal tie la~ balaros6 mutapen s orsW
rwasinerd Part. gro aztneA (bi shot).Th main i ~endie, y assinas, li 'I.' Loue e en deul Pepl.Stae o ayaintlMy1
Mri. Gene wraffs ut hrces wneroe I transformbed r616 pupl-e la rigria, lams1QUdepre u ouefr97
Haitian nsdther orket
dee A tace.enlre nAn-it iue f1evoo y a ng t6 trops ditr be show are:n Tossin Au
thologtie in ~y. Sonho8- s chorus The 4 fluent S~u le Pr6,s~b~ince prieEnasre de triope popo
y n o h feigo he 14%lait.t tou -nir Ao~6 pic Cs!kapitaiel urK.ceI eot,Cuty akt r
rtant~ loa, orac spri inv theHa




welpae ndPer li as fnant dinnier soubrle Potss Ia n and fula nt ~xgn
KingCren., as utsandig. Antgon inHaitv wll b Iicri lan e Borgian, Lulls papa te ge taud,~I :MrmidiinIrn

the wll olsh higs.upin lede-Dase, il alo resntgoiniain a Jan capblls~ gad6ouvinicaLne4U rea1 comanan lanlrYo e ietosadt

--Mione cah ni'oiqul vin comnan -ronfime g ssy snt B-pitns 0crmc n-aot
-u' tuaspI prend 16zam.Cn 101 a, plarcet In fo dere videJ, ou In aiben etrlAeia
mutai e ai~l~n gade. South Americat No.t- Soutern

bimentl dli aetoutnmpest qutli nossne t gain doit L r~ussi u ~ vlgteLai mrcn
K~~~~~~oe yirco of~t the eneu of'lt sia im~ assa
tropte gai bobllgatloule U.j Lojastat uet"lais en'rvi4eu ar aR
minietral~~Fin Artso totaig choos works for- tj
maleurt u a a d'asrs assn. Temps prop tibuna enmiltir s
Antgon Hi' Pt I~'tsau- aj ~ntgqg n r~le~ o ie Hit: Lis sait, maionaeii C6ail Prom Prelate nPsuendn qul Si6e Chif f hele
)dij~~~~~~~~~~isd~~~~~~~sy~d u nihtnBckrrw;ls Arts o igt: SectionuLeos, i ofe o the Pan ssbiltAisn 4eriP-rJa~f
Pior t6a IangpsGrmis goen-Lero Litkp uatroacpt' acyar~,41j6 ot16a UinWahngoa.C-
P~~tht ir~ocgkFrnt Ms Mrnsse-Ler lnHx. i ofalt co btheso 'oorgaue a-
Lii ereu etoutngatuecaius tuegan in Bonadgot nc, s
guoe an eulqe oiian.Lrpy re rn edureei oso n
'U' nlpufi usqf.eggdi ontuto ciii





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SUNDAY. MARCH 25th 1956 .


Fred Keller of ihe International Standard Electric Corporation :a;
in transit in the Capital 151 it eek HJi frm produce; communicLition
equipment. T'%i prospecii.e cusidomer; are Colomrbia and tlie DoTmi
niean RepubIc.
Doe. Lindeman gut a reject from *Look Magazine mi his fort to
modestly inform the world d of his exploit crossing the Atlanlic in
a 29-inch wide dugout canoe The courteous ncte of egret uas. -igned
by the As.lutarnt Editor, Edith Efron.
'Le Pantins., Pierre Blain's new comedy, which he sasy is a ,so-
cial comedy>, is being presented tonight at the Theatre de Verdure
in the Citel de I'Exposition. The leading role will be played by the
author, an extremely good actor.
Hang up your shooting irons. boy. we're gone back to the ro-
mantic art of self defence with the sword. The splendid sport of by-
gone days is being revived, with Lt. Gerard Alphonse Ferrere as its
principal advocator. The Lieutenant's group convened on Tuesday
evening at Hotel Splendid. Manager Alberti is a past master with the
sword. The sport may soon be launched as a new attraction on our
Sports Calendar... Senator Louis DIjoie, Presidential Candidate is
back from his New York trip .. Or. Rulx Ldon, doctor-wriier is back
from court sejour. in New York... The annual banquet of the
members of the Amicale du Petit SiminaI-re St. Martial is set for
April 8th. Mr. Antoine Dufort is Presidentof the alumni. A prize
of $40.00 each will be received by the 26,players selected by the Fe-
deration of Football as a reward for their efforts and splendid spirit of
devotion shown during the Triangular Championship.. Dr. Robert
Bavich, Cancer Specialist of Roselyti, N.Y., 'and his charming wife
Ruth is renewing his acquaintance with 'lalti which he visited as a
teen-ager twenty years ago.. Mr. and Mrs Sanford Wilson of Lan-
caster, Pa.. are vacationing here. at the Riviera .. Even Cap-Haitien
walloped the visiting Panamanians They defeated the vLilorls 3-2 last
Sunday in the -Metropole du Nord. Good news for animal lovers
-Veterinary Service of Damien will be .lodged in its new $60,000
edifice, upon.completon of the construction work undertaken,by the
Department of Agriculture, aided by USOM A group of young in.
tellecLuals at Canape Vert inaugurated a series of weekly lectulares at
the Migtilingate Literary and Artistic Circle last Saturday evening.
Ar. Karel T'row, Profesaor of the Music Conservatory who spoke on
I.I -.. .. . . .


Blanchard Returns
From Mexico
Lionel l:uj-ichard returned i3-t
Sunday, ir.om six-month5 in iMele
xieo v. here ne t'olioeo course;
in one of tile branch offices at
Undervood, represented in Hal
t by Don Mohir Sales Corpora.
Lon Mr. Blanchard an employee
II b3 Don Mohr' Sales Corpora
sen for the scholarship course in
perfecting his knowledge of the
mechanics of the Undervood ty.
pewriters and calculating machi-
nes He has resume him service,
at the Rue Roux oLItCtc Of his
firm

Noncoms Loved Haiti
Promised To Return

We found Haiti so beautiful,
and the people so hospitable, we
just want to stay here forever.
And we'll surely come back as
soon as we can.s chorused U.S.
Army non-commissioned offic-
era during a party honoring
them at the Griswold establish-
ment at Bois Verna iChante-
!lair., Sunday evening.
SThe distinguished men. who
'nloyed their brief stay of their
;hip so much USES L.S.T West-
chester County, out of Morebead
City, North Carolina, were Sgt
Irwin B. Wilhe of Tennessee,
Sgt. Vincent J. Lela of North Ca
rolina, and Corporal Victor A
Burlon of Canada.


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e,. -ounu.ceu, wa4 inurouucea as Gtuest Speaker by Secretary of the with tw.o cameramen grinding
Association.- lir Shiller, Thebaud for KLI'3 -Caribbeari
Dream Flight, the Fashion
"Bdoi0iTd Cassagnol, in a brief note, explain-7 the sense of hiE letter Show. presented by Mrs Fred
to Senator Louis Dejoie which started a wase of various and contra- Woolley at Hotel Riviera last
dictoi cori tpchtl in our political and social circles .Le Courrier Sunday was a singular acom.-
d'Haiti. which had slipped into obscurity fur quite some time is b:ck plishment A- several -ravissan-
it. the arena .-Only one thing preoccupies uc'. iteir editorial reid. tes jeunes fjles'y modeledd her
-anr that is the batle to be waged so tiat this countrr ill ce-_e to latest creations, this leadJing ar-
6e mis-tabie undernourished ahd "mal toutu. the Pre,ident;il %o.i- list of our cHaute Couture'
age to .ABu- Caye. whichI h..: been only an assumption because ol the showed to great advantage the
*rush of road reparations on the high.av to'the south, has been confir perfection of her needlework.
med by the arriai in the Capital of Deputs Philippe .ocein, Depolt. and fine embroders from the
Edouard Hall. Preiet MilNa Conde and Pre[eli Des:aij Anglide and talented fireer- nof Haitian work.
wih ie cm.er. One ot tile models that wol,
businessman Jous.eph Salhiba, their trip Ls in connectJion with iie com- r O m owes a dress
Ing trip of President Maglotre to the Southern Peninmui:. city The great admiration W ie a dress.
Golf Tournament finals are coming op at the Petion-Viile Club, Haiti' n- pred by the robe of she Hal-
tiain pea-anr Mrs Woolley cle-
only Goli Course. his week Pul romar report.- the Ioss ol hi- serlI executed her crationS,
Turtle; Murlle. thi- week, lie, a brown. reL-ekle.;s ten inch 4qoare sp. keeping the local them pre-
eies Ls on the lam' irom her Gros Morne Pool Mrs. Wallgren n" dominant in the collection she
the lemous Wallgren Drug Chain is here at El Rancho. A little old showed. Of excellent taste, she
man criticized the Electric Compan3 He reports taking down his- ha bepn n-hl. tn canttre the A-
cumberland, and blackout-ing his ne-r-thrie-cemoetrlY tiome became prTcri.,ni tii iiiiunf ian.;- whJiCchI
the company has declared war on the little poaer diserters. Robber.- .has always been turned toward
took, advantage of the unusual blackout, he usually has home hi up the Frenith for chic and elegant
like a Broadway theatre, and walked off'with his gallery furnishings cc, The larie eilabtshrent, ma.
Jay Julien whose play .Hat Full of Rings, is in its 5th month on neged by Mrs. Woolley 3is comt-
Broadwa., ass here ior 4 days at the Damballa. Said he enjoyed the ed among 4he best renown ot the
country sery much. This is his third pla3 Perry Rosenberg ot New Capital. and her personnel Is
York Journal America at the rbo Lele said hotel prices .- Ha;ti considered of the finest crafts-
are lower than Montego Ba. Bob Zagury. the Parns U. Basketball women lhe presentation which
star ha, Brazil as his next port-of-call Allredo G Gc GCarneadic w ashfilmd a the Ri iendd pro-and
Buch advises Carlos Pereira that only Errol Flynn and Clark Gable p-iganda il feor of Hais endid
have successfully imJtiatd his mustache .its touristin movement when
The Michel Dejean Choir is acliveb working It pulit the iiniaing fs iti c r e whend
toucht, on their repertoire for their annual conce-l it Port a,-.Pilnc ic le th following manne-
incladed the following marine.
in Mas Sunildas morning during a meeting of the Hieing Club lai- iin. ts Mlicheline Dorce.
tien a ntiundertandming took place and the officers resigned. An elect- Miss cole Latontant. Misst Cla-
ion was held on the spot, resulting in the following ne' committee d Deijlee, Mrs. Nelly Sansa.
Claude D Hyppolite. elected Presldemnt. Raymond Dussek. SeecretEl.' ri..q. MIU Margot Newman and
Guy Poiievieo. Treasurer, Andr& St Lot and Hermann Rigaud. Con- SIms Marie Claire. The beauty
setfor,.. Haiti Journai's p re(tor, Marcel Srinate's ,beau ge.ite- i and charm ot the young models
oliering a special club roqm in the building of the newspaper to the w.s recorded with special plea-
Haitian J.-)_raai-ts Association w., lauded thi. weel; "The *Asoc;a- sure by .ciniastei. Gerard Rau-
lion will publish its official bulletin of activities of the pres- and the comp and Ted de Wit. KLT'
problems oa itere-t early in April L'Abbt Francois Ducaud-Bour. filni dethmecians.
get L- here from Rome to collaborate with the Arch Bishopry of Port
an Prince,. bringing a wealth of experience and cultural background
to his new posl French Minimsler Roger de Bercegol de Lile. accord- Laraque-;'4erceron
ing to an evening paper, is slated for a transfer to New Zealand, and Off TO Havana
cited him a- an exemplary diplomat who. has neglected nothing In ihE
azccompli iitni ecnt of his cultural mission Yolande Laraque4Terceron.
charming PCISP receptIonlst,
La Phalange, the large Catholic daily, edited by Franck St. Victor, 'left this week for two weeks in
celebrated 18 years of existence on March 18th. On March 19th, the Havana during which she will
.f&le pt-trOnymique" of its founder, Monseigneur Le Gouaze, former submit to a complete medical
Arch Bishop of Haiti, was observed, check up


At the Neuehale! State Observatory



ZENITH

HAS HELD
r1HE PRECISION RECORD
FOR WRIST WATCHES
SINCE 1950
AND FOR POCKET WATCHES
SINCE 1923
Stud.- tlise facts helore Iuying a watch.

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totalement hanche. done d'une prb-
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HAITI SUN




SUNDAY. MARCH 25it 1956 ________HAITI SUN


HAITI SUN |
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Coninsiilty Weekly Published Sunday Morning
EDITOR-PUBLISIIER BLiNARD DIEDERiCHI
GERANT.RESPONSABLE PAuL L. NAJAC

BUREAU 01-OF ETHNOLOGY IN SAD STATE:
NEEDS FRiEVDLY BI111 EFFICIENT OVERIHALtUL
Ever feel like visiting Haiti's Institut d'Ethnologie"
Would you enjoy looking at a fuine collection of Haitian
folklore" \Vell our investigation this week disclosed: Few
people know where the Inslitut is located, fewer know of its
existence and although it is advertised in the guide books
the Bureau d'Ethnologie puts out its own Bulletin- it is
as hard to find as .oil on La Gonave.*
Hardly a day goes by that some adventurous tourist is not
seen plodding up and down the Harry S. Truman Boulevard
asking O6u se trove le Bureau d'Ethnologie, or -Where
trouva la Bureau Athnology, -all accosted vaguely direct
them towards The Palmiste section where most honestly beli-
eve it exists.
We commissioned a tourist -a famous Alpinist- to climb
the Cite de l'Exposition in search of the Bureau. He stagger-
ed down the walk past the Tourist Office in the direction of
the Pare des Palniistes in the bright morning sunshine stopp-
ing periodically to ask 'directions.
Taxi drivers offered to take him to Petlonville, shoeshine
boys wanted to shine his shoes, guides tried to force him into
bars along the route but no one, knew of any -Bureau Eth-
nology..
La Presse Evangelique building appeared through the haze
but the only French phrase that seemed to be helpful was
<,Parc des Palmistes.,. Trudging on, over hill and dale, -the
hardy explorer arrived at the turning point, the Pigalle Rest-
aurant, and crossed the little Bois de Chene bridge situated
across the street from the acquarium with all the little fishes
pasted on it's front.
No time for fishing the path ended up in the MNus6e des
Beaux Arts where the trail ran through the Haitian paintings.
Finally a savior appeared on the scene in the person of veter-
an Artist Rebel -Paris, who was proudly promoting paintings
and Haitian recipe books, who threw him a life line - the Bureau is back in the quonset hut area behind the La
Presse Evangelique building and not here in the Pare des
Palmistest, she informed the panting and perspiring pave-
meat pounder.
The summit, was finally reached, after a Saint Bernard
Dog -in the guise of the Navy Bar- lifted his spirits with
a drop of Haiti's blessed spirit B a r b a n c o u r t. His final
questioning, at the offices of the U.S. IAGS office, as to the
location of the Bureau brought the startled reply sIt's next
door.. .
Sure enough thele it was shining- in the clear morning
sunshine. The one with the broken windows, torn screens and
no sign. An impressive display of mineral rocks, with faded
description cards written in French met the eye upon entr-
ance into the gloomy cavern.
By the light of a match the collections of sea shells, resting
side by side with showcases of skuflf labeled eCiboneys.-Whd
cArawaka came clearly into view. Were these Indians lifeld
by the stone weapons lying by their craniums? There was
no one around,.to ask. -
The light shining through the windows in the rear of the
building clearly showed up the signs over two massive show-
cases of Indian exhibits from the cRoyal Ontario Museum of
Archaeology: in Canada and the cGrupo Guamas of Havana.
At this late stage of the hike a kindly gentleman, Mr. -
once Viaud, came swooping down on the adventurer with ex-
planations in French and Spanish. No English
Pointing to a dark crevice, in the Afro-Hlaitian section, he
Explained in fluent Spanish that it contained exhibits of the
ancient gods of the African slaves and a few statues and
relics of the Catholic Church that the slaves bad incorporated
into their religion. At least that is the way it was understood.
The Spanish was full of eDios expressions and Catholic
Church. It's not likely he meant that tie gods on exhibit
were those of the Catholic Church.
To' enter the Afro-Haitian section the explorer crossed
through a tremendous arch add into the deepening gloom be-
yond. This is the most interesting part of the museum. Cere-
monial drums that once called Haiti's African slaves to their
religious meetings and furnished the rhythms for their danc-
es rest amongst the voodoo gods and symbols.
Pig masks and bead decorated uniforms mark the Carnival
Folklore exhibits. Silent drums, hollowed bamboo and rattles
are the forerunners of today's .Mardi Gras musical instrum-
ents.
From here on the outlook grows brighter as one approaches
the rear of the edifice where light is piercing the gloom- from
the windows overhead. This room contains the African dis-
plays, with deadly spears resting against the walls and cere-
monial masks hanging on nails.
After climbing out into the late morning sun Mr. Viaud
proudly pointed to the sign -Institut d'Ethnologie- buried
under the eves and with the writing rapidly fading away.
The descent down the Exposition. was rapidly made and the
wellknio. n Alpinist discovered that by taking the short cut
an'd g '!. directly from the Rond Point he would have had
to tra.-l. oil" a half block
For future climbers to*:Bureail d'Ethnologie Peak- lie sug-
gested Bli.i; ,our own translator, a good flashlight, a sext-
ant a-il Inve an elementary knowledge of navigation, wear a
sun helmie' and. dark glas-es and %%ear hiking boots with light
socks.


S.\ method for solving the man% problems that beset our
I iweztigator v.ould be Gihe local taxi drivers the address,
Spl.,i, placaids in the local hotels for the tourist, furnish the
ntLIS.eiitli \ith better lighting, install a signboard on the front
of thf. building and another one ou the Boulevard in front of
the budding and have an English speaking guide to assist the
visitors
The Bureau of Ethnology could become one ot the most in-
teresting educational stopovers for the tourist visiting in Haiti
but even before it can be publicized it needs a thorough
Spring cleaning and overhaul
The Bureau that \tas founded by the famous Haitian auth-
or Jacques Roumain has Lorimer Denus as director gene3l
and Michel Aubourg. Leonce Viaud and Michel L Honorat
as technical personnel.
Honorary Directors are: Dr. Francois Duvalier, Emmanuel
C Paul, in charge of the Afro-Haitian section, Kurt A. Fish-
er. pre-Colombian Archeology section, and honorary amemb-
ers Eileen J. Garrett and Raoul Aglion.


PAGE 5


IERENNITt DU BATIMENT


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5


FATHER BRIERRE OF CAVAJILON NEEDS HELP
TO PUT OVER PROJECT FOR COLLECTIVE
EDUCATIONIN HIS PARISH

The Reverend Father Brierre,. Cure ol Casaillon, is to be commend-
.ed tor the remarkable project for collective education un his parish.
tit plan calls otar the establishing of a broadcasting station with a
net work of receiving sets throughout the regiaon-in the 18 chapels
and other Interesting villages, totaling more than 30. Father Brierre
believes that through this new method or reaching the 45,000 mha.
bitLnt. ot his parish, he can better realize his program aT religious
formation, and civic education This will permit him to preside at
religious cern-ters and Sunday meetings, to give multiple'catechism
lessons and spiritual formation The method will also include courses
in civicism to allow the people to participate in the nation's observ-
ance oat national commemorations. The masses can be kept abreast of
tmoiementis on world markets and of meteorological forest, and to
instill in them the principlet: of hygiene Doclgilr's advice and that oi
the Agronomists would reach them by the net work. The vast educa-
tion program is to include specially adapted courses in folklore and
classical music. More than $2,000.00 is needed by Reverend Father'
Brierre for the purchase oa the necessary apparatus Material and fi-
nancial aid for the realization of this remarkable program for the edu-
cation of the masses is being sought by the Father and here is an
opportunity for all charity-minded readers to participate in this effort
to bring the tight of education and progress to our peaceful peasant
population.


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SUNDAY, MARCH 25th 1956 HAITI SUN A_________________G

I THE ONE AND ONLY
"'Downt EoverrRuefr roro
*, I Ii
MR BAVACOU I i head., -Alk with his head bent
By Franlck J Bailey / down and do all that he can ima- I
A distasteful but honorable \ __ gin In leij to rnot be recognis.
profe'ion i that of the ibaya- ( ) Afte ed t e gio
eou .. the mnen who, as silent -" N" After ork.ng. before gng FEATIRED BY
,zombics toI mnaskede in the & f.home in he farly morning, they AT R B
darkness" ",. rugnt wearing large *| ai e L th, They usl e i goo and his 1a0ic drum
puUed down straw hats to empty "w' l h o wesyu EL RANCEJH() HOTELo
the cir..,y. nld foshlon'.ed, toilets Foi 1he p3-iv tlio weeks your ELR N IO W L
The ob nid fahlne. t.ltt ne -repicter hao blen going out
The job ar iralty. %1.ir ne eve:, n,:ht trying to see these Petionville
cessarY'. rk Yinn at work. He finally gtinev r
the Pibli, 14ch th Department %%ehose -atrine, Lhey geoe e ry-
47 .bsy cous i employed by lDILYN'. l l tIIBB outh "ith one of hJa friends "-a i., ,
and ps P.; LI a straight wage oscd to come and clean. H onday Thursday evening
Ther 3ner af the yard t where t went ihea, on ihe appointed (Dinner-Dancing EL RANCHO)
there ,s a lnatrinei to be empti- night Breathless, he asked them _____





___ HAITI SUN _________


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I"' PAGE 8 ____ ; _____
I- HERB GOLD HAS WRITTEN
| -ANOTHER POWERFUL NOVEL
;~' Herb Gold spent the year brains t-urned to soap.'and lame
"iS 1954 stu dying the meetings of out of 'his ea'rs, but he was cur-
jtc"Trench and African culture in ed .The real question, however,
{'. 'BaiLi. '" was Was Bud with it" -- mill
6'".- Tlis Ja youthful .Gold's second the caoiniin, that la He went
"'** notel. Altho-gh no book came home tj his faihet. "a wretched
,p:'',' out of-his year study In Haiti, ni mn arnd to the girl, Phyvllis
?,." ..several articles, of a .'piquant' SomeLhmgjof an amateur philo-
nature, have ,appeared in htera- gopher, be employs a lingo of
')i' ry magazines"' his own when he saY? of Phyllis,
[;. Inl h new boofcir~he Man Who 'No man can escape the woman
S.^',.. Wa.s Not witih Ij (L.it~e, Brown, he considers loo roach Jused for
IL. -.lA&erb'er Gold has wrntten hun, tear her down or run away
|j" "one of the 'oughest, ,rouigbest, toward her il he can'! meeL her
f an in many ways the most nau- head and hnJd on Soon, being
Ei eating stories of recent times. ,able to standl the Life at home
<'It'is the story of a boy, named 'no Id'nger, he heads back for the
:.'B '-wbo ran away from his to- :carnival, where, in a ramblJng
*,olely ather and his girl in "finish, he rrarri .s a cute little
i'Pifttsbugh tojoin a carnival in nuJmber who is the daughter of
i *,San Diego, and Mr. Gold's ac- a t'ortine-t,.ller, and sets off In
ceoun't "of the ways by which find Grack, who, when he is Io-
*,C.rack, Bud' ; boss, cured him" of cated Itries to rape Bud's now,
the dope hab~it is hor .'.yingy t'y- pregnant wile All of which
^.-*pical. One day Grack rolled .tp causes Bud, to decade that c he
: "the bo's sleeve, poked the'sore was not the man who was with
y". places on the veins, and tol.d him it* and the reader 'to decide thaL
,, -he coold mash the habit- out" "of M~r. Gold has both a talent tor
i-g !.. hm. Then be took BodI'1up jo a violence and an ear for the ver-
g_. 'cabin in the mountains, sl eptbe- nacular which is alarming but
"y side'him wtth'a kni~fe'6n nis~ba'e' ,which is also difficult to forget..
fef'. .ches't and wen.,to work taud. r's ___ HMhO SBT.
P" P^o,^ ,,
fi:_ ,Now You Can H~ave ,Y ..our Colour Prrints Developed Here; ,
|'... ;.SEE GELO LABS NOW, 8 Rue Magoy, or telephone: 7494,
f-7:.5-63 or Don N.' iVlohr.'TeL. 2S75, Rile RoWLx Port an Prince.
ji'..iGelo Color., hetxly f,...un ,d labc:. t' rie', at 8 Rue 5fagny, wdll process
< ,'tiLms mn only'Fr\'E d6i.. Pnr;:. Lof lims. processingB, mounting; over
;.ag.a 1 3.75 tor Kodlal: Ek arh.jun-,E '!i' ,620, S5 for 35ram (20 ex.) and
-.y'/ $g:75 for 35mam slrwt~x'.; \.\ pdir-j -- tihs includes Film priee
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-.O.ffers the si~lu(tio~t for" those n 6' p]' fet" the personalized
?:" '* m'>n;'',:s 01" a m'fode'n f trtl-hoiuse. .
'.R REASONABLE RATES
.''" i -, Proprietm. i lrr" iargnreltl 'Came~ron -- Phone 7414
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SSLUNDA MARCH 25th 195G


,_ v~ti;, I l, pproai~h .\ou with con.
, .-ld,.--rable nAe and timidity
'PrJadeh.p'ijjns. loiig afflicted
"ix'h rl.:-pii3li-)n Ot o~ein some.
il', ilfl jid stodg,, -- if not a
[ UtLie : oobL} .l -- roared Sel-
Sdom haii .i Philadelphia concert
SL'Fo'.id beer, so amu-:Ed Before
?diappeariri- Into _rrip V ings, nOt
to' be ;ieen iigain that night, con.
am-,lor Betecharn explained that
he under.-tood the reason the
,ortLhcitrd iia'. utrgtng himu to
[3lk .u lan.-,. wa+ that they, were
getting oce.-lime pdy.


FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT
,./..ViN N'ELSON~
"]be agir, fgUre (rowied the.'
iiage _lmi'v i'u .u uith ei~ f-aisur, li?'.. -.-- ^.^.". ".......
anc:e The : i,_ln.'ic c't bis'legs :*'- .. . '-- ",- c
m-ile Iiin' r 'icr,'ible S ,meeharuc .. _r ,~- ^"'^ "^ T
l 10; .;o:d.,--i =bat bad been .5 __ ^ 'L
"'**.< ndJ up rif.-iage and turned *.*|...i, ,^...i ii^
r", 11., c'.rectlon of the podiu~m. flH T" ll
Hi? white i'Jir and goatee wrade- l aB lit .. a^
mark s amped hin itith dlstinc- I- f ^^ BH J
tton. 1|^ ~ ^ ^
Si" Thotnii Beecham, world I^^B ^^^I
rekllOu n condluctor of London's ^ ^HI ^^^I
PoyaJ philh-,.'rr :,niic .-lOiiLFd ^^^^d^^^^
*n~e d>l.i fiiim .'.Vncri h'e bad jut I^^^t^^^^
ronductcd ni concert program at B^ ^B ^I ^I
Philadelphujcs Ai:adenly of Mu- l^^^ l^H i
~ one night 'last week. .,Bra- ^^^^^^ K S
,,' s 3adne. liar{7, ap~precialne ^ BM H E^ B
cL-pptil i ag t:15l'iough the BIAS- ^B ^3 H B
siv'e guided audjtornuJ-'and bounc II ~ il^^^ -
{d wMth srcit er,?_ ;-ndri from -'" r f
the uppe,-.jo. t, \ ooi.1i? c'il',:l. mn con'erzau'op YOU s
tHer. Ianely .
H,_" rai~e [I ni< I'arJ to iu-.'i1 ihec > I am, she sajd
LIo':,,:i U.;:n2 a1 -'aidih on thic Do yOU know anyone he
Spodhum for-support, he leaned + No -- .nd 1 jdoo't Apea;
forward -- anid, as If sharing a anyone -- nor do I lhke an'
very personal secret with the here. :
audience, he said, .LadJies and Where do you come from
.gejitfemen,,I never come to Pbi- _.
ladelphia without a great deal P' ".ladelphia -- and the
ot awe and ttmidnty .. Let rme lanow onJy' the b'ezt people --
tell you why furthermore all the best pe,
"A numabr o1" years ago < 'my c'ome from". Philodelphia
aile'and I were tJ-aieling zo the ' That. Jadies and'gen~lej
far West', ( of the U.S ) One, --------
night n-'e .noticed a young, sheIir
couldn't hiebeen" oer .tweo- ''l,~
ty. ** pretty girl eating alone at]
her table ono one spocke to her She seemed
lonely *8'
Before lone we engaged here Be sure to include
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On this beautiful day (the days are always beautiful in
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER Haiti) we wish to extend to you our heartiest welcome.
........................................ ......... COUPON ............ .. ................................. W e, as well as everyone in Haiti, want you to have a very
pleasant and enjoyable stay In this lovely pod hospitable
EVERY WEEK PLEASE SEND ME %HAITI SUNT Island.
FOR A MONTH ( 4 issues) ....... ......- ............ 0..S.50 Haiti Sun (your newspaper) in collaboration with La
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Remittance enclose, that will help youto make your stay not only pleasant but
profitable.
Please Bill me. We are always at your Service, for any Information you :,
may usneed. i.
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SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK IN PORT-AU-PRINCE

NATIONAL PALACE METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL La Belle Cr6ole Le Perchoiz NAL. BANK OF THE RBETBLjC'*

BABILIQUE1101
do NoLre.Dame B,
-- qouost4lllers ,.:.
World.reaowned Geward Square "'
Champ de Mors
Open daily except SundaS from 8- P n rots The Carlbbme os Most MouniLn tLop Resonrant, Open daily escepi ,. i2
Raising LowUnn of Flau, 8 a. ..- p. u Op.. d UiJque ihoppLng Centel DOnning and Gift Shop Saturdays and Sundays fram I 1 ..j
lnLo _noFlg,_0Sp. Open doll troanm 0 -Open daily from a s Phoe. 311 Phone: 2105 Phone. 2268
NATIONAL MUSEUM COLONIAL CATHEDRAL MUSICAL FOUNTAIN CASINO INTERNATIONAL ROYAL BANK OF CANADA .'
Al

reor hoal r boon se
Youw travel Agean
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CfSl do- ild do nL-Elpostl_. iwpoilhim r-_. uid de Pifposlloo Gefard Square .squar
Ca d do.es!n Mr cl Gambling and DOnclng Open daly except .
Cheap de Bawe eetSon Plaza CIaedltl Candtlon Open ever ngail. Saturday end Sundays
fOn Sdao .. I Wednesday and Sda S Fh en Wednesdays Phone: 3076 601m I Phone: 12 3

PAL.IS DES BEAUX ARTS ESPLSCOPAL CATHEDRAL PLACE DO HE PtO OCABANE CHOUCOUNE AIR LINES "
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Open ,^h deity -m P FAA Phone: S S S
Gue P a t0 (Near PA A O offices) 0p A u dl t Ptiueav me D ELTA Phone:
Open dolly fro Open dal 5M&unday Coeue mr 2-5 p-m- CU3ANA -oea A .........LT B Pluioe: 26.U'i
_pnd1 rm9-SFamous' for Its beautifl1 BUtithlst Aieda Famous Nlfigtcluffl CB
ALM 3h~fldd For further itedzlractles, F VTO A Phone- 61.
Foreti aS year TOravel Alo Open an Saturday Nights Phne: Cobntela DomTnl ee. doe AvPacion...3.2.'.

MUSEE DU PEUPLE HAMIEN THEATRE PDE VERDURE PETION DEESALINHT HOTEL RIVI A SHIPPING L4 "S



Mi ofoeure '"4
A=a PadlmlMas, fuaioetla Grouiat Panama ..........k......Tlpone: .1
Open dot y tremS & Ass Palmisles, Exposltion Grounds Phone: 3151 Po-xm2 ........... .............. T h ..-?
For farther tnformaaonle Open Tuesdays and Thurnday em t Cm......
see .youf Travel Ase=a Evening for folklore 0bowls On s a---,y _v,-p --dl A~-odtone Mad Ba inSTre s-A ....... ........ ............... 1.,. "
Opendaiy--Air-randitl-nes --r Dancing Tr--se e A S uo..... ..................291 .'
Excellent orcheshra, folklore floocshows W Astley ....................... ..38 ..-A
_____________________Hamburg Azuruiccar....... ...23 246 San
FOYER DES ARTS PLASTIQUF.S STADIUM PAEIL E. MAGLOIRE EL RANCHO HOTEL Alcoa55...........S
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Hoee Dan Buffet S CreoleP v N
A ss P mleB Eooing Grounds E and Track Field events. 6e end PhiTtevfle
Operan dally frtm Eodl Tu c w eF Matcht Barbecue Danclng D ner dances on Mondays, Wednesdays .
Opn afyfrmII- ITh~cL i~week stngt.and Fildds"
-uee Art Eh ti for further information Phone: S0 15 Phone: T88 .
CATUOLIC SERVICES
____________ ___________ _Cathedrale 4. 6. 7:30 and 1.30 am. ;
ART CENTER COCK-FIGHT ARENA HOTEL DI LEl STacre-CUm: 5:30, 7 :30 Am.
__________________ __________St._____ SAzne: 4.l7endl8a -4
Sud Is-" HOTILt G-rard: 4. 5:30 and 8:30 am.
ii 1 StTI n Lou Is de France: Sand s a.O
rhonz: 205t Unix V :L. Pierr e (p61a tnluele: 4, 6, ;
S*opO ven. and 9.30 am.
Open 2 Hns Ste. Tlhdrea (Pdieonville): 1 am.
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Open deity exwept Sunday truce PI Isl et ieg, itostlnn Oro ends aL ILI C citbldrs 1 French 6 and English T I L
Current Artl Sha P| m Mi -i ih iury IIruOI DinnDelr dacnflnch 8 a.m..,:
Ci_.lI At srtSnab rir Dnner dances n Baptist Church: and 10 am.
l d Sunda, morning Aruesdays elnd Fridays Phone 8 TRPmhyteran: 9 and 10 am.
_______MET ___SO SODIsr
IROV MARKET UNDERSEA GARDENS REDEZ VOUS THORLA.ND CLUB St. PAUL A.MSE..
_____________________________ _____________________________ 4-1 0 r.-S-9-1 a in.
1120.- 1.:30 glish
7-9 p m. Evening
orqud NOjp METHODISTCIFUSOCH:
11"4 7:00 EnlLsh--9 l1 French
CLUB 0:30 Evangelistic service in eo "
BUREAU DUI TOtyfIShX
ma Avenue Marle-Jeanne.
CtI de i'-pdustton
awniu Purt-es-Plrince Stay Civil do 1'eposlthis Cersefoar Steed Poe i
Open daily from I S flss bollom hosi leaven Air.conditoned Ewar-dadS serhi cockfalls Office hours-: I p.1'
Special M urkel days an Saturdays Daly Casino Pler 9:30 cmu Open from sunset to suoalualg renisa Phone: S4t5
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r ~R~~#s ~BI~7J~hf~Ofl special dinner dansants once or H~e-osacroqss for th
t FREE POR PRICES Gaety ~is keynote of night twicee a week. 'Visitors should International, Casino koesatrn
Dunlop ~ ~ ~ Gol Ball n ot mis; an portunit yto hear until al hor. And l4
gay sphi4sticaton of a New Ttt~ t~)ly3nw .t~j l
Dunlp Tnni Bals orl Pais ndelind b th al Dejean Chi which per- ly hioppig writh~ oltimeZe
(gret saying hypotl~ic b ieato ficne tam- fo'rms at Hotel Tho Lele on Fri-
Orrefors~l~het~I day evenings during the Sea-
KilvGoe son. The El Ranch fetures Ti' <

Roya Coenhaen rench taition he accent is mmrer, an ebr o h a
IninEbodred ags on g -d o~o~dina romntic at tionaaIFoi~ldre< Tonpe on
PatV~hiip~p Peit Pint agsmospheare. Few places in the Fria eve'njng an ther spe-
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"Ita club, lCIvera Choucotuugnaeron
Harveyspc Bristo Creamipla itiew mecca- cicua thear Capita Elite an retig.Aotorl-el
A~~rnaagnac, ~ Chenrese pie cliadise Pot-u-ric refesh visiors Aleeratin servesra asou thefoo stagea
InePot, mauPkee shopn tri to hot forhe fromote thbhn Fishm-saSudyWihHIT'
Hata RhC1OU GiF adO gour chnmgp&ae aii Haitian erinu1nfetndccte, daIncey so sppr
Rh I urn~rbancorx a Ievseryoy et ap&jzdt. b e c foo rlow setatoefthe most4ce sipeta astrned pn ol
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it you, really
*v.nl to bec
orne acquam-
ed vith Hai-
i there are
Many intere
sting trips
which afford
a close-up of
'- Haitian life
which you cannot gain if you
confine your sight-seeing to the
city. I ,1 !.1
Most of these -trips can be
made in conventional aucomo-
hbiles, others require the more
versatile jeep to navigate the
rough spots and river crossings.
All of them can be made in sa-
fety.


There, is a Hertz-Drive-it
Yourself Agency in town where
you can rent a car or a jeep at
reasonable rate; or you can
rent ears, with or without
chauffers, elsewhere. The Hai-
tian Air Force provides safe
and efficient air transport to
most important points in Haiti
at very reasonable rates. Ask
your hotel manager or your
travel agent for details.
Each of these trips has its
special attraction. From the
longer tr;ps you will return
with a grand thirst, a heart
appetite, a delicious fatigue,
quickly banished by a hot bath


TRAVEL SUGES


'. '.:ILh.I y'dj will have a nei
--.rt.,tl You v.'.l have a n."
test for the attractions of the
-ity You will fell a great pity
lor the jaded characters who
nave not strayed from the bar
since you left... And, of course,
you will have a good reserve of
,onversational ammunition to
last you for many months.
So, starting with the shortest
tiips firsl, here are a few boiled
Juwn suggestions for travel in
haiti:

BOUTILLIERS MOUNTAIN
AND LE PERCHOIR
(Ler Pcrshawh) .The Perch)
The most spectacular view in
Haiti: 2,000 square miles of
Haiti spread oyt before you -
a miracle of color, form, sun-
light and shadow! Port-au-Prin-
ce lies at your feet (3.000 feet
below) like a giant map. To get
to this breath-taking, ui'belie.
eable and unforgettable view
, )u ride 10 miles from Port-au-
Prince, through the pretty little


!own of Pelionville, then uip a
vinding mountaLn road, borde-
red by flanung giant pointsetta
plants. You pass the tratched


roof habitations of peasants and
arrive in rural Haiti, where life
goes on as it has for centuries
as if the city below did not
exist. LE PERCHOIR, modern
oasis on the mountain, off-rs
the facilities of its restaurant
and night club, its Terrace Bar,
and iLs branch of La Belle Cre-
ole Gift Shop to make the trip
even more enjoyable and profi-
table. After sundown light
wraps advisable, and gentlemen
are asked to wear coats in the
restaurant after, 7 p. m. Allow
two hours for this trip plus
time to eat

CAP-HATIEN
AND LA CITADELLE
This trip is an experience in
history and geography. It is an
adventure and a pilgrimage
which you must not miss.


If you have the time, we re-
commnend that you take three
days and go to Cap-Hea'tien by
car. Its about 170 miles and a
minimum of 5 or 6 hours, but
you should take about 8 hours
to enjoy it most. So to one of
Cap Hatflien's comfortable ho-
tels. For the night, go to the,
Citadelle the next day, retur-
ning to Port-au-Prince the third
day. Eevry mile tand every


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'TIONS
>ur of this trip i.r'l be full of
iforgeattable iniprefsLons.
If you are pressed for tinme
u can fly to the Cape in 45
mutes, and can make the en-
e pilgrimage in a single day '
jtH .aone .1 Haiti's most beautiful i3
i.4
4 beaches, Raymond lea Bals.a i
Two hotels there, cleaan d ad
S comfortable. Plan to stay over-.
night at least.
FORET DES PINS
(Pine Forest)
In south-east Haiti, a drive di
LC31EL.- some 60 miles from Port-au-'!
If you want another trip off Prince is a beautiful pine foreq&
a-beaten track go to JacmeJ it an elevation of about 7,000..
Haiti's south coast. Jacmel Feet. To arrive at ish 150.60,001
ce a flourishing town, still cre forest, one drives through."
a considerable export bu he rich sugar cane lans .
ess, but is typical of man3 die Cul de Saq plain,
through and arid region of cae.
tus to the edge of Lake Btaii^
umatre, famous sat lake, lita
-. testeded with crocodiles, lying 6'
.,..I the frontier of the Dominicajb4
Republic. There the climb coau
mences to the cool Pine Fore"*
atian proicial sea-coast This trip will take all A 4$i
wns wailing for better days returning to your hotel '
come. Jac.nie has a flavor cocktails and dinner. Pas.Mg
its own. To get there you through a number of small Hai
m take the easy way by air, tian towns and villages, Ita..
the adventurous way b3 fords a variety of inipessionsy
ad. about 60 miles, practical of Haitian life and geography
every mile of which has a Take a '.rap for your .v'it
'er crossing. Near Jacmel is its cool up there. ''f'





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HAITI'S STIRRING HISTORY

LIVES ON IN CAP HAITIEN
PORT AU PRINCE Many I hoar drive fiomn Port au Prince,
tourists to Haiti leave, the where toir'iis from the States
place without realizing they disemnoark from Pan American
are passing up a once-in-a-1 \%orld Airwayvs' planes, it draws
lifetime expeneqce, the stuff rian\y a handful of Haiu's thou-
that dream irips are made of sands of visitors And those who
I do visit Ithe north coast often
On the north coast of this exo- confine treir sightseeing to the
tic Caribbean land is a mellow. monumental citadel built by
tranquil town where the ghosts Henri Chtistophe atop a 3,000-
of French colonial planters and foot mountain.
their sullen Akrcan slaves seem
to walk. Not far away stand, stirr This winte,,-however, 'Port au
aing monuments recalling Haiti's Prince. travel agents are featur-.
blood chilling history as If it ing a package tour that includes
were yesterday. j Haiti's Ecenic countryside and
historic Can Haiien as well as
Along the hill-ringed, rocky toe fabulous fortress. The tour,
coast are ruins of French ford; lasting three days and two
* ficationsa Overlooking 'tbe( har- night, costs approximately $65
bor is tLe rubble, of (he.palace That coet- roundtng auiomobi.
of Pauline. Bonaparte, sister of le transportation, hotel, meals,
Napoleon, and wife of Leclere, horse and .nide for the trip to
the ill-fate.j genera]'who tried I the Citadel ideal way to make
to maintain French rule. he trip however. is to drive to
Not far. away is Bois Caiman, .Cap Haltien and return by air.
site of the Vaudou ceremony Tnis arrangement cost-s only $8
launching the 'slav'e -insurrectioUn more
in 1791. A nearby plantation is I
the birthplace of Toussaint l'Ou- I The 198-mile drive to Cap Hai-
Xerture. ithe slave whbo organized ueno never lacks interest.. The
the fight..l'o. freedom road curves around the blie Bay
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de.the city'gates 6 fields, banana, -coconut and -i
battlefield, were. ,sil planrato;0n It cuts through
ea Dessalines defeat; the mrtunLains, dips down forest
.ch in 1-803 in the fi- glens, skirts brooks, crosses nr-
of independence A ors and, during tahe last two spi
outh are the regal rals up 3.000 feet. En route, ii
%s Souci palace, built passes through the drowsing sea
hristoaphe, the Negro side town of S Marc and bustl
o crowned himself ing Gonaives, where the mndepen
ie the "tisloric town dence of the French colony ol
idy name Cap-Hal- Saint Doming-iue was proclaimed
under ile Indian name of Haiti
Cap 'Hqtien is only in 1804
flight or a scenic six- Traftic on the road runs hea


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,ily ito pes .ani; ,. itn ba-akets oi i Frencb c.uloial tlnies :eries Joh and Hotel 3Sek, the. latter
produce on their heads and hea. I a- of 25-bed o'Icnmeri no. builder. 3 3_limmmiPi pool
\tly-burden burris looking like I.,._-J.i3l Tabz ae .lir 1t5 lor 'ingle.,
walking -hea-.es o' cane. Buses, A is ;. 3- ao :, -arAall and $18 i.'2 f-r -J-.iuole-. with meals.
bearing placard.: reading I be- boiulf. ard 'acre built around Cap
liehve in Giwd. and bur-ting with ,-airien t uriifg bay Paled AI:-. more ra-.onable than in
pig;, chicL-keni and humanity,' strer-r replaced dusty lanes. A ir. Port 5u Prinre are French
zoom alon,; at breakneck Epeeds. I ie..l pier enables cargo and peilfime. 'Joy for example.
cruie hipi: to drock arid a m.- -elis for ',750 a quarterr ouni.e or
French buccaneers founded derni witer and 'eliage system $13 a half nunce.
Cap Franuih- as Cap Haitien ha- been iitolled
was called originally in 1670 None of these improvements Tour.;i can ;pend lc:.i t.re
Less than twn hundred years lat- detract from Le Cap's air of' an and money rnd still nsit Cap
er Le Cap had become France's tiqujr,. In.lead. they sparked a Haitien. r.) do iso, however.
wealthiest ,olonial capital. Its den e oi kepp the city spotless. %,ould be like rpjlpitng a mello
surrounding 'sugar and cocoa .Mthough the old Latin custom French brandy.
plantation- supplied hall of Eu- of pronenading in the park to
rope Freni.h planters lived like the aecompniment of band mu-_ -
kings, creatingg the expresSion tic ore.vails in Le Cap. Lhre's
ia3 rich a, -' Creole. a. altm a night club the Rumba-
featuring dance music and natie a
Today Cap Haitian is a sym-.o and -anolner is being
piouy of '.olor:i. Red tile roofs UIL. Le C ,r i 3,3 readying -
sirmnoiint houses uha, are a p- -a.h ub th Carenage ..
tel rainbo.i of creme de menthe, ,n ',r,.-n
lemin yellow. shell pink and ro- Th: n ,,i sle. from the city is -i
brn'. egg-blie. Tall massive eolo- o,.-sen bathing 31 cor+ I t
nial doors are candy cane red,m .i- b:arh Virtually unceang
holly green and royal blue. ed sie Colhmbus snled pai "
Despite fire and earthquake, in 14912. it can be visited by car A
it is till a trie yesteryear town, fcr 'l6 including a rto.hour stop tfl
Slth its wrrought-iron balconies. jor a 'wim
h.gh walls, hidden gardens and' ,
loweringg .patios. .CLorrimodations are modern
Toe 17th Century cathedral do- and rea-onable in It? Cap. Hotel
rrnmales "the huge Place d'Armes. ', i Roi Chri-tophe is a 200-year
y.'here patriotic were put to deaths old "m.iaiion. leamsiiing with Liled i
in 1791 On one corner is the I':,or- and r.-.oihed mahogany, I
S137-yearold Union Club, housed boasting a tropical garden and i
Sin a gracinu' mansion almost as oiildoor mwin'nins pool Its open
Sold. A block away a residence air rieg,,cliib open, this %inter -U K -W-aat0
Built more than a hundred years For ruountains li Vine with 1 TRUCK UW ERS
Sago houses a small museum A hinqd terrace and views of bar- -
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SUNDAY, MARCH 25th 1956 _____________ HAITI SUN PAGE 15


AUX CA YES DELIVERY MARKS
14th SALE OF REVOLUTIONARY
NEW SIS 41, DEC(ORTICATOR
ICantlnued from page 6)
in; toi'Lgnriut Haiti checking Gudei'rrjy -nd in the process; saold
thei- in5lallltions and delivering nim a new pump for his small
new machinery. At the present suga iLane plantation and dis-
time there are four sisal decor tillery. serviced the large GM
licators on the Central Plateau, diesel engine and three small
five machines in Pr-t-au-Prince, Lihter MoItors at Frederic To-
three in Bninet, one in Au.x Ca- var's Kadiak sisal plant, did
yes and one just outside of Aux light repair work on the electric
Cayes at Port A Piment. plant in Aquin and visited pros-
Von Heyer and Durocher do pective clients.
most of lie tiuaveling !or the interesting Experienees
Company inn their trip to Aux These two skilled methanr.e
Cayes wa- mniarie in the Compa- :rnd itop fliabt salesmen were
any's br.-anI nr,:., pikkip with only z].:.- to tc'l their most interest.
65 mj'cs c,n A. Alt Inc end of tnic n-, expe iences while,on Compa-
journ,:y thc, had logged 510 iiv business. In reply, Von He-
miles and ti. truck %as Wci: :cr slated that ihe returning of
broken in. a rr.,aU tractor and trallor to
Fo, LAiL-Prince from Aux Cayes
As busy as a one-armed paper- was most irieresting Mr. Mar-
banger at a convention, Von He- iellin of Ajn Cayes had turned
te* and D'irocher drove out to the tractlor ,n on a newer and
the W'est ,r.- ,. Mission at Aux largc' nrodr-,] and the boys spent
Cayes to inspect the large G M. 21 hours on the bouncing tract.
diesel powered electric plant or- changing off frequently
installed by I'icir company, check with the driving of their truk-
cd the Lnn'Il ilesel owned by Mr enroute to the capital. They had


Sonaco.- 7c-lr'iica/ Advisor Horst Von Heyer demonstrates to Franck
Ljer r.'c itV-nnl operation of the light weight. pornable qsal decor
liaow J.venItred by his father. Sonaco Mechanic Jacques Darocher
!ltels curiously to the explanation.


HOTEL IBO LELE
Thte M anagement of the Hotel Ibo Lele takes pleasure in
presenting to you til program of its Social eActivities
lor this WINTER.
The Shango Night Club
EVERY evening except on Fridays, from 9 P.M. to 1:30 A.M.
A FLOOR SHOW at 11:00 P.M.
Cover Charge: $2.00 per person.
Please reserve your tables. Tel: 7287 & 7886.
Every Friday Gala Night
WiTH THE
MICHEL DE.TEAN CHORUS.
Dinmer Dance from 8:30 P.M. to 1:30 A.M.
A $2.00 entrance fee will be charged EXCEPT for Guests
having reser-.ved their tables for DINNER.
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QU %I1.I'Y WATLcHES SINCE 1791


lust finished eight hours work
on a pump Installation and 'the
return Journey had to be made
at a Lreeplnp., slam-banging speed
of 15 to 20 kilometers per hour.
Upon reaching Port-au-Prince
with thie tractor and trailer,
which was loaded with spare
parts and Company equipment,
Von Heyer said that he 'slept
around the clock
Sleeps In Convent
Jacques Durocher's 'strangest
experience, was indeed bizarre.
Fie- spent nne night at the girl's
convent cool at, Aquin. Upou/
.omletlioii of his work on the
nrinallaion d aln electrical light
ii, plant the school's director,
Sitler Julicnne. invited him to
pmnd the night In the dormilo-
iy -Of course I was in a sepa-
.are room but It was embarrass-
ing he added aSlsLer Julienne
informed ire that I could not
use the bJthroom because of
the girls She said that I could
use the fontaln in the patio and
that .asM my most .interesting
experience Bathing In the pu-
blic fountain in the center of the
convent grounds and sleeping
In the dormitory.a
In closing they both said that
for strange experiences their
stay In an Aux Cayes hotel this
trip Is worth mentioning.
They said that it was difficult
sleeping. The radio played until
very late, a large clock in the
next room bonged out 4 times at
15 past the hour, 8 iumes at half
pas[, 12 times at three quarters
and 16 times on the hour. The
clock ch]imed according to the
hour. In other words Midnight
had 16 bongs plus 12 chimnes.


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To top tis off the church
bellF across the street started be-
fore daylight and the cook be-
gan settlfg the table and sweep-
ing the floor in the next room
at six In the morning. 'You might
call this 2n interesting expe-
rience.p they concluded.
ERNEST IGAUD DIES AT 80
The dearh of Mr. Ernest Ri-
gaud on Monday afternoon came
as a shock to-his, many fnend&
who ihad followed the course of
his illness o"er the past several
days, during which hope was
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former Minister Plenipotentiary
to Cuba, and Counsellor of the
Stale was the heard of one of the
Capital's leading families, and
was greatly esteemed as a citizen ,
of high mark.
Funeral services were held on
Tuesday afternoon at Eglise St.
Pierre de Peltion-VIllIe. attended
by a host of relatives and
friends. The defunct was 80'
years of age. cHaiti Suns pre-
ients its condolences to. the
bereaved family, particularly to
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HAITI SUN SUNDAY, MARCH 25th15

X 1a~ ~ ~ah drlseigneur Pichion the tidy sum is the soldiers wiho die.' If so' PortsauPriLneq made the benches,
Builing ux C yes athe ral f Te ThosandDollrs. he mny geat hinghave been acand the pulpit while othes or
OU LN DB -NCA1UIDE GARCIA City of Caqyes, alone, gave Six- coinplished, it is s~1 t1 (Coninud frm pge3) the comoplbte devotion of the po- teen Thousand Dlollars. When derful collaboration an~d help 'nd flooring.
ofhner od and misery, in pulation 6~f Cayes, and Commit- President Louis Borno visited tha was given us.y Then, invite
thiir ld ,. Te lrg number tes were organized to support Cayes in April 1925, he, became [ng the prplatest to accompany 1 oaNtr25 years of labor,.
of gedpr,-ns hovain seek~ One unertaking of the great pro deeply interested in the future him, he stepped up to the altar ~fatigue and anguish- th1e work
etac tothe coloy, each et Cathedral, and it was during and' blessed the priests and tile' began by Msonseigneur IPichon,
motiean idea of the limits First, the limitations of th this official visit that hie laid tile congregation. the story of which was pulish-
Oftis hig huanitarian church land bad to be fixed and cornerstone, and the work was The ~work on Cathedral w~as ed in 1951 under <,History of thie
woark.t int Jarnuar 191 he Pbi resumed Witha enthusiasm. E~achnte complete and workwas Cathedral of CayeAs,, attthe tm
;I~recedby tem f te Sst Woks'teegrm as e afternoonnonthepth evripeBirseveringuingfiethers o inaugurgratonion he a
er fteTi3naculte.Concep- announcing that the request of, shop visited the construction, re- With a new subsidy from the Go- tedral, has given Haiti One of
tlialiplo o hfnsigeu Pcho hd besiciting his <1? eviaire unfinter-, vermnient. in 193, ork was re- its .finest h fche. The a l
Fater edrt f te ayes Bi. granted, and in Alarch Engineer rupted, andi inspecting the pro- sumed. The church rising above altars came from Italy. A neaw
,,,.,.Slopy, LaChait sll O11S Jeannot established the boilnda- gress of the work. ilMeaiiwblle, the shores of thre ocean proudily throne in mahogany stands ,at
Pli, hsis w isesryadries. At the en~d of the same wtliahcdeqeex.Mo was a study in beauity and ar- the left. malhogany, pes ben-
a aimay shoo t whch DO mnth Ensgineer Maiignan arriv- seigneurweint from door'to door, chiture withr the simple, ~pure ches, ande mestic~~~~~ Scec el anneed. pprval o Mnseigneur his and the small, from, the poor Finally, ceding to the pressu~- by an aisle in mnosaic, are two
'tesuhrcty sSirtal pla frte uture cathedral. an~d from tlhe rich, for every ci- re of age and fatigue, iMonsei- rows of comfortable benches in
wathedove byitbeefatorButifwa not yet th momnt tizen should he allowed to, take gneur Pichon was forced to re- tarvernean. In the bell tower
Monsiguur oui Colignn, e bgintheconstrctin Th part in thie building of the Ca- sign~on Septemrber 12, 1941, after to the left, is lodged a beautiful
p: hoe erueeaurs ae kaS-djcee adnot ye reoered~ thedral. having f~rxnea intuo~ a el of ,Soon the 83-ipcmber Commit- to his diooese a beautiful= Cab'in wrought iron; to the right,' a
hen.Viitrs allattheE~s ugut 915 'o6 mnygi churches, tee met with Monseigneur Pi- deal. buit still much rmeanined to new staircase leads to the copl PelcP Hesp~ak, eng prsoagschaes ad ,sihoo~ll cho and voted to ore he be dIone towards final aohieve- bune where an organ with eleo-
thlyofth iunns dsrutin er sil i ris,' Th diocese steoid, ehan-pente, and -fibro-ce. mnet, tric amplificatoi is placed. T 'he
of aze., f thecok~ensthehadbee without a. Bisho~p too ment roofling for the tower and Hie was aucceeded by Moisei- Iprincipal doors ar carved in
churhesanddispnsae the logadteprshe without' the roof. There remained the gneur Lo WsCollignon OiMI.U, on- massive ,mahogany, replacing<
--v rui oflon had yarsWhih rest, de t th wa her question~ of the: window' glass, January 25, 1943. Business of the the old ones in-T1 ngh (ctoer12h 95) we'tomn wudso be an4 they. patiently assemibled the diocese prevented the hew ~Bi- The windows are frmdin, a
wer septawy.by hedeas- des, n Moeieupi- smnall pieces of colored glass ~for shop f~romf beginning right away' superb, Coo.iain i vot
tatirW~a star-, the -windw ofa the chrh with th ompleionof te Ca~- bull, itwtonesothwls
Acrs ro th Ei' hai dvotd wo ear o pher On Februrary 1.th 1930, on the thedal. Meanwhile the Oblats n 'accnedb olmdf a
rjss te ainfiCL~ A2- e j~rihes ecourgn and occasion of the silver op. igtosaief ineu ~Pichon' Frec Pret arie ith -replace te poo ,h nd
ocese ~ ~ ~ ~ ofoi the 4osoin thedo ce-le ceinShesyO
South.~~ ~ ~ apti 'on. Ot othmst-oher oralepisopals, in4 agrandiose, teBe- Ce~,adh a bet ieCox:pitnso l.TeMs
andwasinaguate Deerbe; wa nt utilJauar 194,that nedictip pf the Cathedral took logwtotpiss1rl r oiae yagat
12,195 'ke'sor ofthi q~we Li wa -aleto urnagan o,_ place, with Archbishop Cortan of Mnoger Clinn.wspitn 1 a ayo h s

gan w' ~~~~~~~~Cathedral, ansd Bishop Pichou ~tion oad h Cahd Ie no hsmgiietsn!
.!Bishp in he Cit of ctino I qat elerating the pontificael masts. oband0~ fro he ua;
pr.Dvdng the city llit visitng highpelates pr~er
medlgts ent to slbngratulat onm te mpa- ovrterist i fihu fot o osinu ue
dmiwas hadl eognzealeso ontly iststo tme peo- gnifent~ peyteig funda, and, in July said b~riefly: ,May complinjents O.MI wh ha ln
,,Vnth ~ ~ tiercet la lts12,work was ,begun with' na ep)v < ms

;trnceintD he pisop lCiy nation tha~t would sup-port ten provebits th Guene wo ing inie adotie, h wok -will -frvrke atflt
.O l~enw isop utth Pe titousnd tons of maconery. rcie h decorationu it eIs of te PereSalesens o their mrory.~ <,


Al--deOY~iog bd a eifice ain a usidy from ile Govern-
-tatwa, ealyina seriou state ir met A i h failure wen on a


ie hqnapo c'eronale" woth 1 1a t, redic dpo whichA
,Npc~~ ~ hopa- ofGdado ieh a, qodlpg hdben tan-
Uaim e built to romupe
cele.At'o raj nie tem hra
Moneig.1'ur 116on romsedP- en~ Work reached dhimeat
heth vsth oc eIee
drl nHiiteei rvrIa'. ten cun Br Sretes ary t omple
1',~~ ~ ~ ~ Tenwih aaaeo'.0-Wen Oig laokedmdarWesft,
payig of tis ,deB cntrct-ren Fahe Jauaty1Scretar on,
_e~~~~ ~ nts a f i ri1teCt oli r Ntona th fae b y'
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moto i cnthig cn sop e te Secretary pa h report.
onceI'v sad Iwillv te yunggenrous'h! fiomi the 'Vatican
Bisop wdetrmiedto gieandtr Catholicsof the Unite
hi, docsea vstan bauil Stte and France permoittedth
cathedr.I tnteringit otc cntution work to lbe reum
wit te cvi an mlitrya- e, a nd the Haitian Goverpnmet
thriic o te iy, aswel asuabl to girve the stipulate
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SUNDAY. MARCH 25th 1956 HAITI SUN PAGE 17


A2'UX CA YES ihey muist Joel for food and e\.s itiation sitl it crops and the
:. nsei after lhurtlicane Hazel and cl\spsn:loni o! tilE c.iLtle going
nP nrnswM the lack at payment for their induntr, \ goitertmer, t tite
Psuar last ye" .\ year agro lana rIu iutB'.,' thai tfwtnislied the small
lContiniwd tram page 1) wa- bingn :.nld for as high as Coitet- gi..,te free plants was
tiomes or oii nxt .,cats etop and 5500 pee" oi-,eau\ but now.' lau i-lt to De r',rc- stlnt.irin to replace.
with the s'iiutrlov uf the sugar dropped t.,) 5200 at leS'. t ing the oi.l colonial planLa ,iti
mill the cane i- rotting away, He added that Hurricane Ha- rnd. benei producing trees
the money lender, can't collect sel deatra,'ei appro'diately 40 iThe general con-ncnsus of ,op.-
their month and mary' ot" the -
small farmers are losing their HAITIAN GOVERNMENT AND THE CAVES
lands Actually Intr ugar mills SUGAR FACTORY
losing wouldn't have had such
a disastrous effect it it rentt In a (omrmuniq je issued by the Secretary of Stale
for Hazel Right now one thing Et- the Pr-e~idenc thits- ueek, it was announced that an
that can sate the situation, and
the small farmer, is the tmme- agreement between the Usine Sucri~re des Cayes and
diase opening of the mill lthe Government has been reached whereby the State ts
Mr Leger added that as for to become sole proprietor. The Finance Department
himself his land is planted in si- has been authorized by a decision of the Council of Ca-
sal.and Hazel did little damage bmet Members, to pay all obligations due the planters.
to his crors. His crop land con- and furnishers in the Department of the South for ma-
sista of It .creaux of sisal just trials owed by the sugar factory.
outside Aui Cayes and about 30 A Commission to work at Cayes beginning March 19
careaux on the lie A Vache al- has been formed for the purpose of effecting the new
ready In production and 20 more agreement, and includes Mr. Milien Cond4, Prefet of
just planted that will come in the Arrondissement of Cayes, Monseigneur Louis Col.
about three years, lignon, Bishop of Cayes, Mr. Louis Vabre, Director of
He stated that v.'nere the Hvr- the Cayes Branch of Banque Nationale, Mr. Max Ri-
ricane could of done great da- gaud, Chief of Apprail Service of Institut Haltien de
mage on the lie A Vache a few Credit Agricole et Industriel, Agronomist Garvey Lau-
years back to the cotton crops rent, and Mr. Jehan Danrigue. This Comtiission i' ape-
the Boll Weevil beat Hazel to the cially charged to investigate the deplorable situation
punch and wiped it out comple- faced by certain planters whose produce was not puw-
tey. chased by the factory and they are left under heavy
* Edmond Pierre, of Duquenes indebtedness to the business firms who advanced them
Pierre & Co., buyer and export- funds. The Report will be handed over to the Govern-
er of coffee and sugar cane plant'. nient promptly in order that they may receive help in
er, said, eAt the present time freeing themselves even partially of their debts.
the situation here in the sur- (SIPP)
rounding 25 miles is serious --
with many small farmers going percent, -f the coffee around Aux nmon was that a temporary solu-
bankrupt and losing their lands Cayes while in the La Cote sec- lion to the problem is of no per-
as a direct result of Hurricane tion losses were as high as 90 manent benefit to the area. An
Hazel, the lack of payment by percent, agronomist should carefully stu-
the sugar mill for their last Pierre felt that one solution dy the various aspects of the
year's production of sugar cane to the problem Is 'the immediate South's problems and come up
and now the closing of the mill opening of the sugar mill. with with a permanent and practieal
and the dumping of sqgar cane nearly 6,400 acres planted in solution
on the market or just rotting in sugar cane, which is slowly roll- L. A. Sansaricq, of B. Blanchet
the fields, ing on the fields, ihe reopening & Fils, export-import firm, in
cI was offered 75 acres of land is tne most 'ital temporary so. the most part agreed with the
recently but had no use for it. lution to the problem, others in that Hurricane Hazel
Some farmers or city dwelling -Mr Pierre stated thai the was the primary reason for the
planters are losing the homes South needed a greater diver, present Aus Cayes problems and


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tme tlo'in ,f the suggr mill a
f-ic a'talJ ,'shcri trie sugar
pliter; -.ni "okers are paid
i' thrii u'l.ar they come to
town and spenind their money
'fir planters aere not paid for
lIt :.esar's trop and borrowed
heavily on this .\ear s cane Now
siili the -mill clOsLng they are
]cis ,g their l.ande.
iMolas.es ih selling now for 45
,ntis per g.5llon while last year's
price as ,tO cents per gallon. I
wass recently offered sugar cane
alt eight gourdes per ton to be
used in mijking molasses or tla-
rin
Mr. Gerard Allen. whose re-
cent article In the 'Suns against.
the opening of a flour mill in
Port-AuiPruice started argu-
ments both ipro and con, stated
that wherever 1 walked in Aux
Cayes people came over to me
and congratulated me on my ar-
ticle. It was almost, impossible
to walk freely through the city
without being stopped and com-
plimented..'
Throughout the city the mer-
chants were outepoked against
she complete centrajization of
business and construction in the
capital. They felt that their tax
money was going heavily Into
Port-au-Prince but that Presi-
dent Maglnire Was doing a fine
job In straightening out- their
nrnhluim.


t uIot mill in Port-au-Prince
would hurt Aux Caves and the
outpoits in general. They affirm-"
ed that the dippingg coming to
Airs Cayes romn time to jime
with valuable cargoes for the
merchants is only able to stop I
because of the heavy supply of
flour for the sugroonding area.
Ar mill in the capital would.
cause the flour to be shippe$ by
truck Plrt-au-Prince trucking
firms or by small coast wise
vessels that pay less docking and
ste'edoring fees. They added
that imports iron the capital] for'|
the making of flour will go Into
'Porl-Au-Prince pockets and the
larger ships would stop coming ,
to the outports due to the heavy ,
drop in cargoes that these out- .
ports couldn't replace.
The general opinion of the
people of Aux Cayes can be best
expressed in the wondfs of 9ne ..'*
of the city's top import-export '.A
men who said, tMost of. uis see ...
a darkening of the economic ho- "
rizon for the Aux Cayes area
and for the other outports, of :
Haiti unless something can be .
done. There is no simple solution
but a study must be made and -.
some results obtained in te
very near .future ol- tl'ngs will- '*
-keep going from bad -to worse. -':
More Ipnd is being brought into i;
use though Reclamation and.. :,
Irrigation projects but-this is, i
nnt wnnliah


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I'


Commissioner Carter
And Wife Here
On Long Weekend

Commissioner and Mrs. Elmer
Carter, of New York, arrived in
Port-au-Prince from the Virgin
Islands -and Puerto Rico on
Thursday morning for a short
%acation and tu renew old ac
quaintances.
The noted fighter for racial
equalty, a personal friend of
tqte Director of the Haitian Tou-
nat Office in -New York, Her-
man Ddsir, for 15 years as well
as a friend of Dr. Price Mars
and Mr. Dantes Ballegarde, is a
member of the New York State
Commission Against Discrimina-
j. tion. The Comnussion was creat-
ed by the State Leislature in
1945 for the purpose of ending
d.as'.cdsnsritinaton against any per-
, son or employment because of


race, creEd or national origin.
The former editor of : Oppor
turLti m2gazone, noted for it
polhsoing of Haitian prose ani
poetry, and his charming wde
were fascinated by Haiti and. art
consederirA it sery strongly a
a place for them to retire. The
will sail for New York MondaS
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SUNDAY. MARCH 25th 1956


HAITI SUN


STEPHEN ALEXJS GETS LEG impact titter.. young Rouzier, mother, Mr, Fernande Siell
SCRATCH IN AUTO ACCIDENT v ino ,.a: ated in front, against no i; a h us ranking member
tile thatitir.g windshield. He re- the Mtacf of Hotel lbo Lele.
d Stephen .-exit, emnntw it iied se.-eral deep gashes, from
e r and journalist. and editorial t e broken glass, on the face HUBERT STEELE DIES AT
e ist of the daily, Le Matitn cane and head Rushed to the hospit- Funeral services were held-
5thirough his third automobile ac al it as if -and that he had si-! Thursday afternoon at the Sal
Y cident with a simple leg scratch. fered no fractures, hut doctors Trinity Cathedral for Mr. Hub(
ing, last Sunday morrnig. rhe %,ere obligd to perform emer- Steele. former proprietor of I
collision at the ,orrner of Lafleur gen, y pla-_tj, surgery on the face
Duehene and Ave Christophe of the 'ictirr By Wednesday, lano.a.pMr Steele. a Jam
between a private car and a'ta.ci favored b,, The unfailing resour- and wall be remembered for I
which was ao violent that both ,F5. at youth, young Rouzier &as activities in the business life
cars are said to be 'diffcilement able to Jailk about the hospital the community, and his col
rtparablea caused inttry to four rounds, and on Thursday he re- teous management of the Cnan
persons, tmeluding the chanseur retied his eseat .. de-Mars establishment He ret
.of the private vehicle %iho is re- His father Mr Paul',Rouzier. ed to his farm in the Plane
ported in serious condition at was at the time of the accident, Cul-deSac. after selling the r
the hospital Stephen Alexis, one preparing to return to his home taurant. but for the past seve
ot the passengers escaped by a from Hoiuoce St. Franvois de years his failing health caot
miracle;. Several years ago. the S.tes: ,ncre he had been confn him to return to the Cit).
/ournalsit. was seriously' injurel ed due to ra'.e illness over leas; to nourn h-. loss, a
in a similar accident, stiffening the pat _Eceral 'eek- His doIv.. a son. and a host of friend
from a fractured skull '.%hch :tb --.-:nnr-.t-..nu: .
caused great alarm among his
irrendis here Evidently posses.-
ed 4f a charmed IL',, ,l'ci
ass helped from the wreck thi LC
tnle with just a scratch. C,

MAXIME ROUtIER IMPROVED PARIS BEAUTY FRANCE
SMACKED LAMIPOST BEFORE CLOSING YOUR
Ma.rnie iPaul) Rouzter. popul.-
ar member of Port-ausPrince'. SHOPPING. BE SURE TO -
younger set. 'sho .,u~ffered se --
rious lace injuries mn an auto- TlKE 'A SUPPLY OF FA.- I
Tmobile accident early last Sun.
day niornins "'as allowed by his MOLUS FRENCH LALNCON.IE
doctors to leave the General .\
Hospital and continue his con- BEAL'T17 PRODUCTS AT
'.sle'cence at hY, Petion.Vitle ,FREE PORTa PRICES:
home on Thursday 5 PRIsES:
The accent ocLL red at about Strix ireciment crejm. lOz u5.rj '? Pri
4 Cr) A M b.unday when the car Bien. .ie, elean'tng crram. 1' cz 400 200
ofa friend, Licutenani Lone Souple'*e fouuatjr'n 1rjr, I ,z. 5.00 250
Fouchar.i, Aas heading for Pe Eau anurce No 1t, 'kin lrh.hencr. 7 nz 600 300
tion.Vrsle -,, 3 'e allure Lncome face pirder, 2 oz 600 Jul)l
The .ehicle had reached the E--B
so Gs3ol'nc St3tion at the corner "ANCONIE Beauty preparations
of LaJle and Ruelle Risvire on Sale at exclusive disrbutor
when it suddenly smashed
against a:',inp post The' ioent JEAN F. LAHAM


-bonursr:rossr and Airs Carte, telic'? cd ro Choucourt'
by Alangrrr George KcOt,.




i SUN;AYMARCH 25thv 1956 HAITI SUN Page 19
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ili ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ilim and Joh Phiipp Gnae-i inil viiewi of hi repkal zeal Thrs!y iLao Lou bogh a i ii !~] i ii!]i!i :! ii~
*.S dinge tea ..lce. in.ice..... *in and devotion in hisdealngs with ne tricycleforhislovelyblon-
mie.^~ a |^ ..S March 15 The coupl g ^ .?le;|i% wer-e ^ *ourfotballteaitms.dedaghers hid;a^hd
^*aa^^^fl^^^'^M~- **r un^itedfcby Mr. Jacquiest Oaio,- x *;*
i! ii dmEtat iii! 5 Civi of Seto X x x r- LuisRoy pok:eie before

Ea^M Kg r<^ ^ &^ .4 "*'^: st ofPortau-ri~rnce..They wer Alis -eAtite, ^qe who gwasteJno habro om
i~ttiiiijarie in thepreisence-: of Mr. seriouMrsly ill foruehe,: Past two ce at the ziondiPoint;-Thursd
!ilii!! -and Miii Cal D. Metz, auntian monthsiii~ii ii~ ~Si0 iiiiiiiiiiiis eei ngmuh betr.eenn o or, Helh n
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Georg a x Mr**;..* *' an *:'*s*.:' Noel*"-t' del lc ueBraa eeoef e, lindsi in.i the~nttS bay.'ri~c.*'~~f~tx' Prize-I^^ ^^ ^ H h aI^ d H r^an, Mrs. Geo
an1t.H ilba wt h ac 9ha Maternim6 Bournd.x x x MmA: Jon oel J.ofBotntin
x xS^ rB ~ t the former: Josarme de.' Matteis';. 3,0. yehars H a sf Blol~rented te Qu a ue e.frto asre fmo'ya-
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Page 20 IHAlI SUN SUNDAY, MARCH 25th 1956


Blanche Sites Low
iContinued from page 1)
'only in th, utilization oi the
realm of immediate consuma.
lion, but al'-o in the realm ofi du.
rable con.iumaiord. A new as.
pcct must Ire introduced into the
matter. the insufficience of
saving hbrrh is the result of the
irsufficience of income The in-
come per capital of the Haitian
is below $70.00. Divide this in-
come by 12. the average Haitian
lives on a monthly income of
less than $600. There ,exists
then no bu..ing power and there-
fore there will be no saving It
i; a 3 vicious circle >
Ell is for this reason,L con
eluded Mr Blanchard after ana.
lying the problem, 'That our
BErik cannot fulfill its indispen.
-able tole Tne tran-:ormation of
the Bank's status from a bank
of deposit to a central bank
should be ztl-:cted, thereby mak.
ring the in-ntiuLion rnore supple
and f.ing it more stability. This
would permit other bahking ins
titutions to estabisl'i branches in
Haili and there would be more
nooney available, at cheaper
rates, an FP:.ential condition for
ihe improv.rrient of our econo
n, >,..
FOR RENT
At Cite Wilson IPacorb Fur
nl.hed houe. 3 bedrooms., bath,
pantry, living-diningroom, large
back porch, electric oven Appl.v
Magasin Alfred Vieux., Tele-
phone 2381.
FOR RENt OR SALE
Beautiful new house, at Cana-
pe Vertn ne.rr Liberian Ernbass.yi,
SpatiOus. 3 bedrooms, living.
luonm. 2 baLthrooms. hot and cold
water, 2 porches, sen anti' quart.
ers all tonvenience; Property
,,rAlled-in )Uall side, nice garden
Telephone ?079 front 8 to 12




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ALL


HOLED BOTTOM HOLDS UP SHIP
(Continued from paige II
miles off tine Haitlianr coat, in ne:, # thL tl3..ly beardel -kip
the Windward Passage, the Chal. per added.
longer encountered heavy seas From Miami u, isiited Na-
and the shin began to fill ith :sau in tile Bahamas and thence
water They turned back to Por to Bara2o0 and Port-au-Prince
Lta Mata, Cuba. to await thie ar- Our ,b]ect here is to see as
rival of a largerr pump in order mu.h a: '. (an of the Hajtman
to return to Baracoa. for urgent people not just the tourist at.
bottom repairs. tractuons Viiilt Au. Cayes and
The Seiitle, Washington, cou Jacmel on the South coast and
pie departed from Culba on last then sail down through the
Sunday and arrived in Port-au- string .:-ft' Caribbean Islands to
Prince on Tuesday. They said Port of Spain, Trinidad. We plan
that the Cnallenger was short to come back up through these
handed, due to the hospitaliza- Islands and tlop off for a few
tion of onr" at the crew injured in Cap Haajuan, see the Citadel.
in the -turin and as a result of le, Sans Souci Palace and Fort
other crew members returning Picolet and back to the States
to Miami The Captain had hir- and -ork., he concluded
ed a green creaW ot Cubans for BUFFALO COF-C
the last attempt to reach the BFFALO A OFC
Haitian Capital, with temporary SAILS A A
canvas patching over the hole embr of the Ca .
in the bottom -Due to the con. er ot com"icrce if tile' City of"
dition of the ship,, the young Buffalo. N Y *.re recei.d at
couple added, ,the craft %ilt be the r National Palace. MtraLj
delayed considerable time in morning by Pre-.idenit PiaU E
Cuba Maglorv Thire '.i lt,-r. t1,r.: 5c
companies tv Mr Pierre Chilu-
Atlractilr Trudi Seaberg slat. vet. Director of tLe Nati,.,Ji .)if
ed that 'he was vcry favorably f,:e of Tu, iI."s in a *urt speech
iipre .-ed u%% h the H-aitian off i l, Mir Fiihtrer. President of the
cialt that met the shipo upon Oeleeation. he esprEss-d-i th han
arri..al in cart The customs and I pine.s of the gitip to return ir.
immigration officials and Port H.1tI. and ipoke ot the *enierect
Captain St Leiser were very kind ,.tILh i'.ch they fououed trme
and -.onsidreratle she declared events of the Prtident'; tip to
We decid-d many years ago tlhe Unii=d lStale He epresecd
that %e wouldd go on a tour of the jestlE to one day be able to
the Caribbean and finally sold relei.e President Mlagloire at'
eierNthing ap could beg, borrow the Cham6ier or Commirce ot
or steal. traveled to New En. Buffalo
gland bouehi the Thuiderbirl Upon kat ing th, Palace. the
in Connecticut jnd sailed in MNal member- of the delegation motor
of last -ear oror MIiami As a ntme ed to Diquini *..here they e.ere
chanical engineer i worked for entertained at a cocktail party bv
three months in Miami nith Pan MNr D.mnont Bellande, President
American to save up the neces of tihe Chamber of Commerce of
sar, money o10 coOlnue the jour- Haiti.


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