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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:
AA00015023:00363

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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER


VOL. VI Port au Prince RMpublique d 'Haiti Telephone 2061 SUNDAY, APRIL 2



Caribbean Art Exhibition At "Bea


16 MONTH WATl ENDS


Freres Rehabilitation Center

opens door to Handicapped

A 100,000 gourdes government after 16 long months of waiting.
subsidy has finally enabled the This past wc:ek the Centre, inau-
Claire Heureuse Rehabilitation gurated on December 6, 1954, Be-
Center at Frere to open' its doors gan accepting out-patients and
..-' will soon swing into full gear ac-
S' cepting- in-patients.
Miss McElroy, physical thera-
pist who has just completed 'two
years Work in Hawaii and was
'sent to Haiti by the United Na-
tions to assist the Center, has
-been interviewing patients this
week and examining their case'
histories. The Center's ,Depart-
Mment of Social Service in Port-
:4t.-Prince has been contacting
the patients first, giving them a;
complete medical and social e-.
.6'ib ",:.in eld lt..'s. "
Center for a physical evaluation
and rehabilitation prograuL Ten
of the beds are rhidren's cots,
six are for women and the rest
for men.
St Vincent's School for Han-
dicapped Children has been trai-
ning volunteers to work in the
...~Center. Classes include anatomy
SII, AGE~r a. e pej*k, 1o- by Dr. Fethiere, respiratory me-
.e EarthA Kfit, wound uii winter chauics by Dr. Deneze and elec-
seam-P At ,. HOel Oriffson tical apparatus and !Is appllca-.
Tu a t. it a torchy wn.. tioe by Dr. Colon.
4i.'lm i g tpl,.'fanltes.


Barrali Promoted
To War Colleg9
Milton -Barrall, Counsellor it
the American Embassy, in. Haiti
the past two years, will leave
Haiti in August and,enter the
famous War College in Washing-
ton. Promising U.S. Foreign Ser-
vice officers who reach the rank
of Counsellor are promoted to
this' school where they receive
special training. Robert Folsom
who was for a number of years
First Secretary at the American
Embassy here, is presently at.
tending the War College in Was-
hington.


uProtection Joseph)
Sinks-I1 Drowns
The sailboat -Protection-Joseph.
sank in La Gonave Channel this
week, during a heavy storm, and
Gabelus Desire, a passenger, was
drowned.
The ship's captain, Julien Mi-
chel, in reporting the accident to
the authorities, said that the ship
was sailing from G'ressier to Petit
Trou de Nippes when the storm
caused them to lose control of the
boat and,it sunk.
The body of Desire has not been
found.


Tle Frere Rehabilitation Cent-
er, built by Engineers Villaire
and Limousin, is situated on
eight acres of sloping land and
is completely self contained. It
was constructed in such a. mann-
er that the individual rooms get
the full advantage of the sunlight
through their large -glass jalou-
sie windows, overlooking the Cul
de Sac. The steel cots are equip-
ped with foam rubber mattresses
and the various rooms and wards
are dedicated to individuals who
have made outstanding contribu-
(Continued on page 2).

Chamber Opens
The formal opening of the
37th Leeislaturt took nlace on


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The Pontiac belongs to Lt. Alix Pasquet and was caught in the net
-at the Turgeu Private Tennis Club early Sunday morning when a

hill, that he had ne. brakes. Th'e divier tQust .be cm'iMndeae. *iiW
quick thinking or. luck. If the car had hit anywhere,.else but the tennis
court's wire netting he would have done considerable damage to him-
self and others (Photo Jos Etienne)


CAPTAIN ETTENNE RETURNS


IMPRESSED BY FOREIGN POLICE
MATERIAL AND PERSONNEL.
The man who plays a leading world's largest city. He took time
role in keeping Haiti's crime rate out from his official calls to
among the lowest in the world, make several purchases for the
smartly dressed-tough Captain 'small laboratory attached to his
Jaeques Etienne, Chief of the office. I
Criminal Research of the Police IN FRANCE
Department, returned home Mon- Flying on, to Paris, at the invi-
day on the S.S. tfristobal from a station of French Ambassador M.
three-month voyage td'observa- Bercegol de Lile, the rugged Cri-
tion in the United States and minal Research boss who, during
France. He was accompanied by his long years in office, has gain-
Mrs. Etienne. ed respect throughout the Re-
public, went .through a busy
In an interview with the Suns .
Thursday noon, Captan Etienne (Continued*aon page 20)
outlined his trip and commented
that what impressed him most
during his visits to'the various
police institutions was the ma-
teriai and personnel they had at
their disposal. He keeps-abreast
of modern police methods by the
stufy of police publications.


lay morning at the Legislati- IN THE STATES-
rlace in the Exposition City, Captain Etienne, after Two
Senator Charles Fombrun, weeks in New York: went to Was-
dent of the Senate, presid- hington D.C., to visit the head-
ver the joint session. Presi- quarters of the Federal Bureau
Paul Magloire and members of Investigation. During his ob-
s Cabinet attended. The Ju- servation of F.B.I. activities .the
Corns was represented, chief bf Haiti's Criminal Inves-
he diplomatic lodge was fill- tigation Bureau visited their Bu-
ith representatives of the reau of Identification, the F.B.I.
;n governments accredited Academy where they prepare
laiti, present during the their agents and the training
long .-ession. camp at Quantico, Virginia. The
h his brilliant speech, point- F.B.I. in Washington arranged
ut the principle of the law for him to visit its New York
stressing vlegality, which organization, after which he saw
unmbent in the work of Hai- the. New York Police Depart-
S(Continued on page 20) meant in action policing the


Captain Jacques .Etienne at the *Gendarmerie NationAdte in the
photographic laboraty of the "C.I. du Fort Chqrenton with two
high French police officials looking over fingerprints enlargements.


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ux Arts'

Haitian Painters
Rated Highly A:
By Airt Experts "'
The. exhibition uBeaux .rts'JiA
des 'Antilles. the first compr.:',
hensive display of ,Caribbean
paintings ev.er assembled, org- '
nized by the "Alcoa Steamship.
Company, opened at-the Beauz-.
Arts; near tnii.Palmiste eectei> 'I
T h ,r d a e 'i~i g B.'- *'"** "' --, ', ; :*'<..
Tbusds ..nI.g.
Among tl= high goveatn n..
officials t-t patronized .e-
ing night were: Ministe of'-.d t"..
cation and Mts. -Fraqnckieviex'
Minister of Publiq,'eial ."
Mrs: Rlie Viiirbid; 4d ls. A'eI-
phin Telson, wife 6'3 tltbi"9rist-
er Of the Interior. ..,.
The Alcoa sponsored. -eihibi- .
tioi, which has just completed :.
a successful I".day showing', W.. ...
Jamaica,W ;fl. be open diai: to '?
the public until .,April. 26-' ,The
-4i.pla cain. be -viewed. from. 8:00-,
a.m. to-,l:O p.m .and.-from t i-O,
p.m to &00,p.m. on, week days ',.
*adfrn, 00 l .'to.-,. p, o:.: -

Th kare not& tpA0i .
pecially., the absence 6 f Cnbit'.."
with its powerful modern school,2
but on the whole the show re- '::'
presents a considerable effort
in organization and in .he coo,-: .
operation of the individuel'coiur- 2
tries. .'.
The .exhibition is weak, glw,-,.
ying the rather mon tohois' .
impression of a large,.' de.bt.h
ge. of works by painter .B6rkia '
without particular direbin and- "
largely out of touch with,
main' cifrrents of 'cobtemporag4
art. A great number of the pfl 4'
tings shown...resemble thbe 'oti
of- taIented art school .tudei4.
but ,s~tudents,- deprived oft4#!.:
stimulus of- first rate .i*nst 'ttn.:
and guilanCeu,- and the sha' en..
ing which, 'nibs only wit.hiNg'hid
level competition. Aside fropl.
(Continued on page 2

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FREE REHABILITATION CENTER OPENS DOOR L
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tons to the betterment' 6f handi-
'capped persons .' the late F. D.
Roosevelt, a polio 3kctim who be-
came President ofthe- United
States, Fred *Shite. long time sidf-
ferer fromi -polio 'Whose courage
whilehbie in an iron .lung 'made him
,,a symbol of braVery for all han-
.dicapped persons, and Sister
"Joan Margaret who has contri-
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son to the handicapped of Haiti.
" Dr. Jean Bourand, graduate of
the Port-au-Prince MedicalI
School and director of the Cent-
er, was interested'in Rehabilita-
tion by Sister Joan Margaret who
started the first handicapped re-
habilitation center in the count-
ry (St. Vincent's). She got him.
interested in 1952 and he later
followed crirses in Paris. at the


SUp this road will come Haiti's -hamdicapped to be rehabilitated
in the modern Center of Freres .


Center International de l'Enfan-
ce, and later in Holland and ob-
served modern physical therapy
methods at the Bellevue Hospi-
tal in New York.
Sister Joan operated the cha-
ritable St. Vincent's School, spon
soted by the Episco'palian
Church's St. Vincent de Pai4'So-
ciety, and takes in children left
helpless.by wasting diseases or
by malnutrition. Braille, therapy
and massage are some of the
paths by which these children
are led towards a justified and
productive existence.
Dr. Bourand said that one of
the few things the Center lacks
can .only come with time and
more experienced pei:sonnel a
workshop in which to create ar-
tificial limbs and a bracemaker.
Coridon Desnoye', of Cap Hai-
tian, was brought down to work
in the Rehabilitation 'Center to
make artificial limbs from leath-
er and to .start up a workshop
and a shoe snop.


As a part of the occupational
therapy work there are sections
of the center where.patients will
do" sisal- weaving, sewing, shoe
making and the eight acres will
be landscaped by the patients in
flowers and fruit trees as a part
of their rehabilitation program.


Bathings pools in the garden Yolette Magloire at the rear of the Center


SSpeaking of polio conditions
in this country polio is respon-
sible for most of the crippled and
handicapped persons Dr. Bou-
rand stated that they have never
had any epidemic but every year
around Easter time a number of
cases show up. In the past couple
of years they have observed more
cases but the Director feels that
this is due to the awakening in-
terest in polio during the past
few years.


In one of the Center's corner
rooms, which is dedicated to F.D.


Roosevelt, are the latest thera-
peudic gadgets to help bring the
weakened limbs back to life and
in an adjoining room.are located
the electrical equipment and'
diagnosis iparatus. The Roose-
velt Room has rollarfast bicycles
$n4 the' center and captain like
wheels are attached to the wall
for use in developing the arms
and legs. There are special tables
that aid the patient to get on his
Teel from the bed and another
room contains a Hanovia Ultra
Violet Lamp, a chronaximeter, a
vibra-bath for hydro-therapy, a
diathermy n'machine, ultra-sonic
machine, and radiant heat lamps.
Another rodrn has beeh set asade
for ani electrical mineral bath
system. '/


Set in a 1-ittle'.-garden in the.,
rear of' the Center a series of
baths are available where the
patients are wheeled down a slo.p-
ing ramp and into the water.
There is a completely equipped
kitchen and diningroom, a well
equipped laboratory and rooms
for, the resident 'doctor (Dr. An-'
tonio Chevlier)..

Over thetenttance to the Cent-
er ;hangs a 'picture of President
Paul E.-Magloire,'on which he
inscribed a. dqdipcas during the
Dece ber E.b.-. 1954, inaugura-
tion. ceremd6ies.- .

Here at'Freres, in the wonder-"
ul country atmosphere, Haiti's
crippled people will be taken
care of and turned into useful
citizens onbe agaifi with new. ho-
riz6ns of public usefulness and
service.


International Stamp Show
To Have Haitian Exhibit

'Haiti will be represented at the
International Stamp Exposltiop
of New-York by Mr Jean Montes,
Legal Advisor of the Department
of Commerce. Mr. Montes flies
to the U. S. today to thke charge
of the Haitian exhibition which
will feature 150,000 complete
sheets of stamps of the latest
emissions in the 9-day Exposi-
tion,' beginning April ;28th. He
wijl visit the different sections
of the Bureau of Patents, at the
invitation of the American Go-
vernment.


Miss Valenti's Pupils
To Give Ballet May 5

The pupils of Miss Leone Va-
lenti will be presented in a new
spectacle on Friday evening, May
5th. at the Institut Franqais. This
sba'lets du petit mondes will in-
terpret eThe Legende de la Fo-
ret. with choreographic and cos-
tumes by Miss Valenti. Tickets
may be- obtained at the French
Institute or at Magasin Fritz
Dupuy.


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HAITI SUN


Janet Mealy Found Buenos Aires Convention fGrant
Enabled Her To Return And Study Haitian Poetry
To the ever-lengthening list of. many as the national poet is Hal- Institute, keeping a high polish
fans 'of Haiti may be added, with ti's ambassador to Argentina. on her French through egab-fests.
her enthusiastic permission, the What themes does he deal with? with fellow guests at the Pension
name of Janet Mealy, a modest Miss Mealy-explained that Briere, Aubry and an occasional relaxing
young French teacher from Endi- who writes mainly in French, dip in the Villa Creole pool Ja-
c9tt, New York. eJan, found the treats national-historical subjects, net does have one complaint. -I
climate, the scenery and, and es- In his well-known "Black Soul. want to meet more Haitians.* She
specially, the friendly, charming he is fervently concerned with the is particulaiTly anxious to meet
people so much to her liking on racial theme pleading for the Carlos Saint Louis, whose poems
two visits 'here as a tourist that acceptance of the -noir' as a hu- are neXt on her study schedule.
she sought a way to return for a man being. When she returns to the States
longer period. The study of Haitian poetry is she plans to write articles tor the
not the sole r-ason for Janet's vi- Frevch Review and other maga-
How did a girl who works for sit. As a teacher she is interested sincs in order to acquaint others
a living manage this? TThrough the in education. She is visiting with the contemporary poetry of
Institute of International Educa- schools here and is herself a stu- Haiti as well as with the life of
tion she learned about the grants dent at the Ecole Nornmale, where its people. In addition, she will
given under the Buenos Aires she is taking a survey course in have gathered a lot of material in
Convention, a treaty which pro- Halton literature under M. Pra- which to interest her classes. 'So
vides for annual' exchanges of del Pompilus. there will be at least a few Ame-
students in the American repu- Although she thoroughly enjoys Tic=aIhghh school students who
blics. She applied for and got a her activities which also in- won't reach voting age with the
year's grant for the purpose of plude going to Friday night pro- notion that the U.S owns Haiti!'
studying Haitian poetry. She had grams at the Haitian-American by Evelyn H. Made


been impressed by the poems of
Jean Briore and Carlos Saint
Louis and elected to study, these
poets.
In telling of her desire to get
better acquainted with Haiti,'Miss
Mealy expressed concern about
the ignorance' many Americans
display towards this country. She
is no choleric tub-thumper on the
subject ,bit states her opinions
with wry humor.
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'People know so- little about
HRati. They get it confused with
TahitL Or they think it is a French
Scolony. Last year I was appalled
when my roommate -- a PhD no
less thought Haiti was a Unit-
.ed States possession. Janet's
eves,'whie* a poet might dul Ca-
ribbean blue, 'registered exasper-
ation. ..-
When asked her vie .-f :- the
poems she has rea -she 'replied
thbt she is more 'ihteresed' Ur
their subject matter and the feel-
ing they evoke :6asha s Ein the
fin p 'dti-s'. kif meter.
She. is^ 4 i i i bntrat on
tinC w.W ii -. Bi !
th worksof' J wie;'ho in
adfti' ,.:B'!, reAped, 9'S
od* t,:t


Here fdr ,five ,days, members of the Cuban' Delegation to the Fifth
Congress of' roncho-Oesophagoscopy held in San Juan, shown at
Hotel ho"Lele." The phbto shows 'Col. Reinaldo de Villiers Rodriguez
Medical Chief of the Cuban "-y Health Service, yith wife Edith, and
daughtr'Vivipkn; Dr. rrancisea Lopez Rpsa, Director of the ,Los An
gdles -Olinic in Santiago'de.-Cuba. Dr. .Hernandez Gonzalpo, Professor
o t-e lavaarM0ii1,aL School, ,and wife Anita Anroyo, author anm
journalist of:4bide'ia IMarina. They were joined by Dr. and Mrs
'Zaul Bertr'., aso 'paipated in the Scientific Congress.
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L-an:' ounNtle aymovd Aron m'remarqu6 ou9 i:itk- e
cot6 critique Figaro Litterailre la dit: ., ,,r '.-.
-Mii example pays que' oun jargon mteur. a
sou4-.velopp6; fait n'songer tout see q.. 'l,'rt .7l. p-
p "kent economique Id beurt6 i, lprsqne propAltg^et'Doi'
ciers, marchands, I'administration traditionnelle, empeehe in-
dustrialisation Ian paralyser initiative, lan rakenti formation
capital. .. .
En bekarre, en b6mol, nous mimes en Haiti nous apparteniu
A bande cabrites. yo, r616 pays sous-ddvelopp6s, pays arri6e's,
pays bestiallses. '
Apr& midi, m'soti assist match Jdr6mle-LUogane. Ce t0
6un plaisi pou oui .e .civills6 su.ve attaques, at. contre-
attaques eqlpes yo. PairtJ oi-ueis teogane, ti gali oun No.
12 qui, te sbperbe tellement que foule j6r6mienne' la battle
bravo pou 1 l
Gain-oun 'but que arbjtre la pat' acc6rd6 A cause de joueur
off side. C6 ba anu Cap,, zott: rdl. technical goal.
De mme 'lan sltuation.tfragique Aous;Itrouv'nV con. nou ye
a tonte jacos rdpete, tote profess&, toite gulote, e6 ga yo
Srel analphabetes chroniques. -'
Cette histoire de oun horn qu'a paraite pou sauve pays a
, appartenu a oun messianisme imbecile, oun niaiserie pou met-
t6 lan meme sac ac chiennerie dA Ie noi, 16 mulate.
In limine litis, nous besoin oun bon police pour moufe qui
rYaritA casaoue format pas reussi effacd vol yo ac brigandage
'sons pretexte que yo ce hommes politiques.
Jurisconsulte Corail aui t6 besoin fait malheureux quarter
Beaumont, payer toute droits, taxes et surtaxes, declare que
Beaumont situO A 20 kilometres, ce oun rie prolonged de
Corail.
Agglomerations la Ferme ac Tapion trouv6 yo Ian ville Mo-
ron pou wpver imp6tsP locatifs, droits ac taxes ia Commune.
Min jnrisconsultes Morn empCeh6 yo ouvri speculations en
degrees sous prdtexte que yo pas situe larj limite.
Dame-Marie, quimbd quarter Chambellan en has pongn6-
te-li. Yo forc6 habitants pay6 impdts Iocatif.. droits ac taxes
min 'Ipas permette yo faith spkeulation inalgre caille tole ac
terrasse.
S Oun pongnin ignorants pos6 en la Ioi et les prophites pen-
Sdant que zott, analphabetes techniques ap perore.


Legion Auxiliary 'Ionors
Haiti At Chicago Meet

'The Republic.of-HAiti was ho
nored Tuesdav, April 17th, at the
16th annual Pan-American pro
gram of the American Legion
Auxiliary in Chleago.
Hiphlighling the meeting was
a talk, *Haiti Today' by Dr. Ulys
ses Grant Dailey,.Haitian Consul
in Chicago, and "th ;appearance
of several Haltiaffin Atdeits stua-
dying in the ChlagOa'..re1
The program was openedd with
the singing 'or .the national an
thems of the .nitedS.jtes ant
Hlaiti, Mhd- Wclt o.i'i', r6w*n "
color slides taken in -i-lti by Mr
and Mrs. Howard R. Petersoti.
Students. present from Haiti
were Ernest Lafontant, Christine
Lherisson, Joahn :'Romain, Mrs
Eddie Beatuvtibr. and Mrs. Er
.nest Douoni; )'rnd Marie, Jose
Zamor. -
/ In conjunction'with the pro-
gram, a display of Haitian mate-
rials was arranged'by Mrs. Aline
Mercier-Mosley of the Haiti Ma-
caya Travel Service .and Mr
Adrien Malebranche, manager
Haiti Tourist Bureau.


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TURNER ATTENDS
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TOURISTIC CONFAB

Urider-Secretary of Commerce
Alain Turnier went to Cap last
week for a confab with the Ma-
yor and other interested parties ,
in connection with her touristic
movement in the north and pos-
sibilities of further promotion'of
the industry.


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Mrs. Ashton Rkeports On ArrivaL .iI

Of Queen Who Turned Princess ;

Hollywood Movie Queen Grace Rainer's yacht, 'the aDeo Joa,
Kelly, reduced to a Princess te II-I. If you'ever see .the fl
Thursday with her marriage to of her arrival I 'am sure y vzi.
the Prince of the world's small- be able to see us too. We, wN
est country (Monaco), had an eye- on their left, practically touch
witness from Port-au-Prince, their yacht,* she said. ..
Haiti. Mrs. Ashton's informative 1
Mrs. Horake Aslton, long-time er .said that 'Prince Raind
resident of Haiti and active mem- yacht was tnot decorated ..
her bf the American colony, and flags because she is not a- pl
gracious hostess of the Ashton cess yet that- isthe,: 1ott
home, WVilla Rosa,p describesthe Ie. '
L 'nforgetable pageantry of Miss Planes and helicopters : -
SKelly's arrival in Monaco in a flying above the Prince's lb
Letter to her husband, Horace as he. sailed out of the'-&]
Ashton of Brown and Root. to meet the eConstitutionn 'i
r Mrs. Asliton's aunt, resident in pick up, his'famous bride-Ut
d the small royaum of Monaco, and. and her family. eWhen his ya
s. who is a close friend of.the Prin- returned with the. Kellys
ce, is host to the guest from board, the sirens on all the yc
Port-au-Prince during her stay. *ere .blowing at the same ti
Mrs. Ashton wrote that al- It was'a beautiful moment.
most the entire population got majestic and thrilling as all
up early in the morning to see population greeted its future'.
Grace arrive ob the cConstitu- cess. the letter added.
tion with Uer father and mo- ,
" other. cEveryone was worried the 4 tThe Prince's yacht tied"
Sday before about the weather, alongside our boat and for.
" The wind was blowing strongly hour they were g9teeted by
and it was raining. But the morn- mayor. and three otherinih
ing.g of her' arrfiral the 'sea was and drank champagne f ,l
calm, the smun was shining and ship's-salon. We could .s ev'
Everyone was happy', 'the letter thing so well. I counted dat )
Said. one. hundred cameramen:
SShe described Monte Carlo and newspapermen around the b
- informed her husband that Ame- she reported. '
rican flhgs'lid MonacegU, flags The day before Miss Kel
were flying :tahiwbt4h.ltHfe city arrival-Mrs. Ashton ihad a
and bay. ePolice aheiart uni- tailg'with' ing, :Peter of Yu
forins of dark blue afh. white lavi a andthe Queen. They'
and c.t-ey were standint-.:very, together adain and looking
Where OlOing very yapp! and happy. I told King Peter .:
proud, expecting a newa prin- my hnsban&'was, that yo0110
cess. ; a guesd- of Ibis father Klingt.-
aThere were aBout 200'yachts xander, andjhe rerniehbded;
.flying signal flags. By- special He 'was very, charming and,
invitation ior yach-ft, the iraska young- iboking, Mrs. As]
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HAiTI S~JN SUNDAY, AflIL *2nd 1956


Joseph report


'SUPERSONIC STEVE
*'week opened with a burst of speed to habitues of the Casino
national early Monday morning, Old Steve the talkative one, who
to being silent for once, shot out of the Casino at supersonic
hnd dove into his Ford and had it tearing down the street like
'steed, Reason for the burst of speed appeared seconds later
vbLver in hand demanding, aWhere did he go.. Apparently an-
't -the Roulette table, Old Steve pushed the annoying one through"
dow and then deciding descetion was the better part of valor
K wings.
F E INDUSTRY
'.tourist learned from a local Houngan (Voodoo Priest) that lihe
.$50 for the vertebraof a.snake which he entwined around the
paas like instrument he -uses along with a.bell to call up God. The
st enquired of the ,Sun, whether there was any possibility of
Sanction under the new industry law to build a snake farm.
...NY TINY WORLD
I' Joseph, -returning from the war, was driving across the United
6es in 1945,, New York to California, with a bunch of buddies from
serviceie when their 1942 Buick. hit an old hayseed in a .Model T
'i intersection near the town of WVellsboro, Pennsylvania. For two
s we fretted and wetted at the local road house under the sus-
paus eyes of the local habitants who thought we were either escaped
qnvicts or FBI agents. Since thai day til yesterday the, town has been
4iAhe map. '-Yesterday Pretty Betsy Shober sailed into town on a
A.Csipper with her husband Adrian Hooper to declare she too had
in the Alamo. Betsy stated that not only did she used to live on
atral Avenue inthe hicktown of Wellsboro, Pa., but her father was
aving a drink, in the Pennwells Hotel, where I stayed, when a guy
ein'and passed the wdrd tbat some bloody coal mine was burning
.the street it was his. Daughter and Pa moved to Philadelphia
Ore- Betsy met Adrian, a promising young Philadelphia oil trans-
.on executive (truck driver). Still enjoying a. happy life they
Here at the Hotel Beau' Rivage.
AT
'.An Indian word, Quisqpeya (Motheri of All Lands), was the ancient
iM prophetic name of7 the island now occupied by, the Dominican
&pubic and Haiti. The island became the main base of the Spanish
*jQuistadores and capital of Spain's colonial empire in America.
.V. AT
Wsalline is iack on his pedestal at Gonaives, loQking none the
"bse from the tumble caused by .heavy,: winds several weeks ago.
SMontagutelli repaired the damages.. LatinAmerican .Geodetic
: e'e Chief, Colonel Robertson, flew in Thursday or, a 3-day contab
the IAGS here... Engineer Jean Vorbe flew Stateside Sunday to
i-qp dispatching of materials from Miami for Citk Milit4ire cons-
Swork... It is reported that ex-President Ele Lescot will end
y qrs residence abroad by returning to Haiti before the end of
y ear... 'Mrs. Lascaze Bernardin, wife of Haiti's Amlbassador to
4p Trujillo, flew Sunday to join the diplomat in the neighboringg
vep tic... The name of Haiti has been given to a new school built by
Government f Salvados in the city of Sonsonate... Lieut.-Col.
.$duardo Alberfo Llavaneras Carillo i. the new Venezuelan .Military
*kttache at Port au Prince... Haitian Ambassador Louis D6catrel will
e .'a hebeval between Panama and Costa Rica, with, residence in
;rnaina City... It is the same, for Ambassador Jules Domond with
A.xicQ and Nicaragua' with residence in Me7ico City... Argentine's
i7W" Am wsador to HAiti is Mr. Krasto M. Villa...
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Caught fy Author

The .music to -Hymne de la
Sante. is being illegally re-written
and does not correspond with the
original which was played on
April 7, World Health Day, pro-
tested author Emeline Fougere in
Monday's Lc Nouvelliste.
Miss Fougere's music was the
winning composition during a
contest and she states thnt she
has not sold her composer's rights
and is forbidding any addition or
other musical arrangements of
her prize-winning original.


Archbishop Speaks
At Seminary Opening
Monseigneir' Poirier, Archbi-
shop of Haiti, emphasized the im-
portance of the Priest in the rural
sections of the country and ex-
horted the Haitian families to re-
frain from discouraging the reli-
gious training of their children,
in last Sunday's inauguration of
the new Theological Seminary
-Notre Dame du Sacre Cceur,a at
Turgeau.
The inauguration was attended
by President and Madtme Paul
E. Magloire, members of the Cabi-
net and high ranking Armx offi-
cers. I \
The-ceremonies, attended by .all
the Bishops of Haiti, Aegan with
a Pontifical Mass celebrated by
the Nonce Apostolique, Monsei-
gnjur Luigi Raimondi. He was as-
sisted by Chnoine Eimanuel Ke-
tireau, one of Pe oldest Haitian
Priests' Monseigneur Poirier ex-
oressed the satisfaction' of the
-lergy at having see? 'the achieve-
ment of the project which was
'0ljined in September of 1948 and
built at a cost of $173,400. ,
Following the ceremony, Presi-
dent and Mrs. Magloire and go-
vernment officials, accompanied by
.the Brother Superior of the Se-
minary, visited the different build
ings of the new institution that
will train. Jlaitiau. nationals fo'
the Catholic Clergy.


AT THE FRENCH INSTITUTE
You have seen the IBallet du
Petit Mcnde.a You'll go again to
admire them in an entirely new
show 'Tlihc Legend of the Fo-
rest.
Choregraphy and dresses by
Lepne Vajentd.-
FiIday May 4, at. 8:30 p.m.
Tickets cal be purchased at:
Instutt Francals
Magh4Erl tZr ,D1upuy


NEWS IN A ,PL+.S
. Off to Havana vja Delta C. & S. Tuesday was Mrs. Gerard Petrus
on a -voyage de saltt,... Theodore Baker, former Editor of &La Ru-
che. has joined the ranks of Manufacturers Agents of the Capital...
Rudy's new photo shop is a credit to downtown Port au Prince, to
open 'bientot .... The new issue of stamps that -appeared last week
are receiving the praise of bird lovers. Qn' the 25 centimes stamp
there is a beautiful wild duck... The Union School was 'robbed on
Friday, the 13th. A burglar broke operf the safe, stole the tuition
money, .and the pupils' savings bank... Gerald Large is a new addition
to the U.S. Embassy staff.. He studied Business Administration at
Rochester jUnversity... Captain Ace who flies the ,Grummnond GoQse,
to La Gonave. observed his ,birthday, Sunday... Carl Behrman who is
responsible for the beautiful new home adprning Gros-Morne saluted
the passing of another year, Sunday... Port au Prince Prefet, Marc
Nahoum, wearing a bandaged finger this week, replied to questioning
that he didn't know what "bete morde-li.... Lieutenant and Mrs. Jac-
ques Laroche are back from their Laboule honeymoon, and are making
their home in Turgeau... Mademoiselle Jacqu'eline Carrie, victim in
the cemetery auto accident, last month, is now at home at the Per-
ceval Thoby residence in Ruelle Bellevue. She is expected to remain
:'t least two more months in*bed..."
Mr. and Mrs. Andre S. Gomez, of Ciudad Trujillo, left by plane last
Sunday, having spent two days here at Hotel Beau Rivage. They will
visit Jamaica, Mexico and New York on a pleasure trip, before return-
ing to the Dominican Republic.


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PAQE 5


THEY FLY TO THEIR GRAVES
((Off we go into the wild blue yonderN, are the opening
words to the U.S; Air Force Song. These words also apply
to Port au Prince traffic. The traffic problem gets bigger
with the increase of automobiles in the city. Soon there will
be autos covering every available inch of asphalt.
The new traffic law covers about every phase of traffic
violations from smoking a cigarette in the street to parking
a cbourique against the wind. Bit is it enforced? Many driv-
"ers and their innocent passengers are still flying to their
graves. E
Every second during the day and half the night some driver
can be seen, and heard, tearing down the street in a grim
race ,,with death and fellow drivers. Rarely do cars stop at
intersections. 'The usual method is to continue coasting at
high speed in the hope that the other driver will lose his
nerve at the last moment and slam on his brakes if he
has brakes.
Taxi drivers are the biggest factor in the breaking of the
Presidential Traffic Decree. Ordinarily when a driver wants
to stop his car and pick up a passenger he will put out his
arm, slow down and gradually swing over to the sidewalk.
But not the pilots of our taxis. If they put their arm out the
window it is either to throw out a cigarette butt, wave at a
passing girl or just to see if it is open. Occasionally their arm
is put out as an after thought when it is too late to serve its
purpose.
In this case the advantage is all with the Redestrian hail-
"ing the cab -sunless it swings too sharply and edigs him. He
rarely is forced to walk more than ten feet to enter the car,
but God save the driver of the auto behind. Usually the fol-
lowing car is tearing along at approximately the same speed
as the taxi around 35 to 40 miles per hour in a 25 mph
zone when suddenly the taxi sees a prospective customer
and slams on the brakes, without bothering to put out his
hand or to turn off the road. This serves to keep'drivers cons-
tantly on the alert but is not recommended for soothing the
nerves.
Bicycles are another offender in the automotive racing field.
Pedalling against the traffic and twisting in and but among
the automobiles the bicycle pops out from nowhere. A car
will stop suddenly to keep from killing the eyclist and the
following automobile ploughs into its rear, causing damage
to both cars. When a policeman appears-on-the scene, as a
result of the insuing outcry, the chief offender .has gone duck-
ing up a one way street --in the wrong direction --,aud
escapes to continue complicating the life'of other innocent
drivers and pedestrians.. : '. '
All possib.p situations are :dealt 4thV der the President-
ial Decree Of Traffic but without rigorous enforcing they are
nothing more than letters on a piece of paper.
A few of the Decrees that are broken daily are: .
vChapter XI, Article 98; All public vehicles engaged in the
transportation of passengers must be in a& state of perfect
cleanliness and security.* Take a look at some of the auto-
motive wrecks carrying .passengers.
(Artile- 107; No public .vehicle may stop or slow down,
especially in commercial areas to take 6o .passengers or to
wait on. them in areas except those specified by piolice.i Not-
ice the double parking on Port au Prince streets.
Under Chapter VIII, Article 82; there is ample regulations
dealingwith the proper procedure for crossing intersections,
or turning into busy cros .roads. It is forbidden under norm-
..al conditions such :as' stopping to pick up passengers -
to suddenly slow down either to change direction or to
stop.) '.
Proper enforcement of. these Presidential Decrees would
soon bring to earth .the wild flying auto pilots who make
nervous .wrecks of our pebplG and put so many of them in
the hospital or the'grave,

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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER,
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
EDITOR-PUBLISHER BERNARD DIEDERICH
GERANT-RESPONSABLE PAUL E. NAJAC


The Editor
Haiti Sun
Port-au-Prince
Dear Sir: '
May I compliment youon your
perfect reflection of music-lovers'
feelings regarding thp New Or-
leans Symiphdny Orchestra.
When I first heard about the
expected arrival of this wonderful
Symphony I was thrilled At
last, Haiti was to have ihe great
pleasure of a flesh-and-blood sym-
phony! But my joy was short-liv-
ed, because I learned almost im-
mediately that an invitation was
needed to attend. This I could
scarcely understand or believe,
but it,proved -to be an unfortunate
fact.
You are so right when ,ou state
that music-lovers are not necessa-
rily- diplomats or Government of-
ficials, nor do they always have
the right *connections., To think
that there were actually people
at the Rex Theatre on that won-
derful occasion because they felt
obliged to be there, when so many
bf us wanted nothing more than
a chance to buy a ticket! And to
think there were 200 Empty seats!
SReally, to those of us who de-
rive superb enjoyment from, a
symphonic performance, the im-
pact of this fact alone is almost
too much to bear
I hope that in the very near
future Haiti will again be able to
secure a symphony orchestra. Pos-
sibly, whoever is in charge of ar-
rangements can procure an advan-


Bernard Diedericli
The Haiti. Sun
Dear Mr. Diederich;
- For my sake and the sake of
many other fathers, who 'promised
to take their sons to the Rodeo,
will you please explain to them
in your next issue what has hap-


opened.
The kids were all excited about
the Rodeo cominng. You iid such
a wonderfulk job of selling- it to
them that the& all were dying to
go. This called for a large article
in the Sun with a picture of a
pretty girl.
Why did you. only put a% small
piece stating jNo Rpdeos with .no
explanation. Please help me to get
thepi off of my neck by explain-
ing where is the Rdeo and when
is it coming?
Signed: A Harassed Father of
Tw6 Rodeo Fans


ce sale of tickets, thereby, assur-
ing both orchestra and manage-
ment of the keen public interest
in good music.
I doh't believe anyone realized
the number of fervent music-lov-
ers there are in Port-au-Prince.
Perhaps this case of the New Or-
leans Symphony will echo con-
vincingly loud and clear.
Sincerely yours,
(s) Aida D. Nargil.

Editor, Haiti Sun;
Congratulations on last Sunday's
editorial. It's a-bout time someone
took notice of the condition of
our coastal shipping vessels.
Your editorial came at just the
right time. Another sinking was
reported this week not to men-
tion those appearing in the -Sun.,
Too many lives end valuable car-
goes are being lost.
Signed:. An anonymous Reader


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HAITI SUN


SOME REAL CHARACTERS; AN EXPOSE BY FORTUNE L. BOGAT


(Translated from' Optique brother...you and me that is One afternoon, Couteaux-deux- hung up tl
'No.25i another thing again). As it is a b6 came ilto my office like a ii off a
S We often hear about te guys pleasure, every time we meet, gust of wind. He was pensivQ hardly toc
whose lives ere nothing more there is no use telling you that worried and terribly troubled in receiver I
than an uninterrupted series of nothing in this wide world can mind. He threw himself into an Plumetoui
contradictions, bluff lies and break our friendship.* Dumb- armchair without greeting me. After a tfe
tricks. The man, on the street, founded, I listen to thin-unfailing I waited until he could pull him- ing, he re
Sin his wisdom, points his finger friend whose comportment to- self together, and without having that he ha
:: at him' and says: ebonjour Ii pas .wards me,is a subject of doubt. had to ask any questions, he told versation
la vdritk (even his good morning We are sipping a couple of &ti- me the following history: eJust this time
Sis not true). However, the histo- rhums>, when Doscaras asks me, think, old friend, I have just Plumetoul
Sry of theig extraordinary doings worriedly qDo you know' a cer-, learned that Labastros whom wering hi
.. make us laugh,. in spite of our- tain Club-BLIanco, from which Hai you know very well, had a terri- high socie
'"selves, for we cannot help ,think- tians have always been exclud-i ble falling-out with our friend esteemed
ing that perhaps the emythoma- ed...?. I answer affirmatively, Plumetoutou. It seems that they foolish en
Snes are responsible for a lot of and he continues: MThe manage-' might even get to fighting. PuIn- lain. Laba
.;\ these tales. We try to forgive ment is inviting me to a recep-' metoutou and Labastros are my him in the
them by thinking that most oftn lion next Saturday. You can well' friends, and also two distinguish- b6 accomil
-it is a kind' of malady on the part understand that I shan't put my ed members of society. I think it incompara
A: o4, these folks whose abnorm foot near that box ... and another is my duty. at any price, to pre- NO OPIN
al fashion of acting escapes the thing: cdepi qail 16 messieurs ca vent this new objurgation, Hand Let us s
!.. generality of' mankind. I have yo te con invited nigues la caille 'me the telephone.. I handed the mania, a
h. hd the opportunity of observing yo... (since when have those phone to Couteau-deux-b6, as in green
S.several individuals of this type, fellowvf been known to invite Ne- I wondered, frightened, what dia- in reality,
and I believe that the narration groes to their club). His rancour bolical role he proposed to play and still I
of my observations may perhaps appeared to be real, and'he made in this' affair. Without loss of give hims
interest my readers. So r" go considerable effort to prove it to time,' he rang Labastros, first, his view
Ahead and try to report them. me by vociferating long patriotic and told him. eLittle brother, you things, wi
.' To begin with, we are going to tirades. KnoWing my man, I abs- are not serious. How could you tion. From
Stalk about eDoscarass, that tained from all commentary. let yourself be carried away by it to his
S-strange individual whose desire .Was I right in doubting DoS- anger even to wanting to fight opinion, h
: to please everybody is as strong cars' attitude towards the Club- 'Plumetoutou right in the street? least ref e
toin ples minybd a s tas t rof ziTg dai'atiueeasceivin
in. his mind as that of playing Blanco; indeed -. a week Idter I You mean to say that you are go- deceiving
S;the big shot. He is convinced that he came to me and announced ing to pay attention to things aganmani
Should he disppear, it would be that he had been elected a mem- that a type lIke that says. But their cock
.In irreparable loss to everybody, ber of the said Club. With a hap- no, my friend, Plumetoutou is a One day
fle is everyone's friend, and at py and'satisfied look on his face, nobody. Since when would a La- a certain
14:.t same time is a friend to no be explained how he and a cer- bastros lower himself to fighting er, residir
: 'one. He forces himself to be kind, tain Fixer had succeeded in con- with a Plumetoutou...? Listen, years, and
jovial, -witty and spiritual. He is vincing -4 and -even in forcing old friend, all our pals are talk- his opinion
.0.0.tnstantly at the feet of, the po- these fellnowv; to accept.two or ing about you and 6f the sotti- al, the cor
..werful; or .those he deem. to be three Haitians,-- and he under- sev you'd be committing. Yo'u rable, Ag{
..so. This does not keep him from lindd ebon point, concou moirn do not wish to lose the esteem to agree
F dropping them, like a hot .potato,. (a sharp guy like me) amOpg and respect of 11high class people, know Banc
:.. at the slightest sign that they are them. I would adivise you to quitter tin 4I have of
losing their footing. He will once tlna a. (leave this foolishness him. Athr
"again change his attitude to- FRIENDLY TROUBLE MAKER gSj. And he added: eguingni lai a great fr
Awards them should he learn that 'ihe character -th'a't we -call o0 fine fod pette. (It seems like Haitians. I
they are likely to crembnter le -z couteaux-deux-B1O6 (two-blade you have gone stone crazy.) within hin
d lourante (get back on foot). He knives) belong to all classes. He Couteaux-deux-b6 had hardly love us ar
Sdftlikes being called a bourgeois, affects a serious, thoughtful and -
f or he -refers to himself as an somewhat alxdous air. He adorns O
:arLsta...! He lives in a luxury preaching morals to people and O
-which is not always in keeping giving them:ai4vice. Above all, he Y 0 1
with the means he is. known to takes special pains to warn you
."possess. With. great dignity, he against certain people who, ac- A L A
Ssees thai the poor fools who be- cording to 'himn, do not' wish youI
SLieve in him do the paying for well. He is an ambulatory me- VL
i -the glasses be breaks. diator ,who asks nothing, better V A LU E...
1 11 9 cafe in the Cfty of the, Ex- than to serve. *Unfortunately,
Spqsition, I run across Doscaras. most of the time N his services
He effusively expresses his joy, are against your interests. Cou-
Sat seeing me. For him as al- teiux-deux-bb has just been chat-
_.,ways this is the occasion for ting with mne about a mutual
repeating his speech in regard to friend. He couldn't sleep if he
Souiir long friendship. The struggle did'nt get to report the tonversa-
t f6r existence that we have carri- tion hie had with this individual,
ed on together, and the solid, ties and this just simply to repeat the
of affection which bind us. eAh names the latter called you. Very ,
i....Ti-fre, he purrs, moin mime often this is a story'which he has
.. avec ou ce6 lot aff (Little invented.
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ok time to hang up the"
before he was ringing
tou on the telephone.
,w short wordsof greet-
peated the exact words
id just used in his con-
with Labastros, but
it was his dear friend
Ltoi who would be lo-
mself in the eyes of
Lty of which he was an
member should he be
ough to honor the vil-
astros by fighting with
e streets. Couteau-deux-
plished this feat with
able ease.
ION... BUT
speak a little of agan-
character who always
lent with everyone, is
in accord with no one,
less with himself. To
elf importance he airs
points on people and
thout the least convic-
Sthe moment he thinks
interest to change his
e does it without the
'crion. Without fear of
lou, let us say that
s a 'tgiouette.v (a wea-
or a fickle person).
Swe were speaking of
Mr. Bancaron, foreign-
ig in Haiti for many
d each one was giving
i of the man. In gener-
nments were not favo-
inman thought it' best
with the majority, I
caron well:* he stated,
ten played bridge with
ough he appears to be
iend of Haiti and the
[ assure you that deep
n, this guy does not
id has never loved us.


Hold on, during the American
Occupation, he never gave the
occupation officers a word of
advise which was favorable to
us.l Naturally, they say that he'
has a few Haitian friends, but-
,moins pas parmi yo.,> (I am not
one of them). I'm telling you,
Bancaron can'tstand the sight
of a Negro even.* -'
Bancaron left the country, and
two years later returned to spend
several weeks vacation. His
friends feted him. And you will
surely be as surprised as I was
to learn that among those honor-
ing Bancaron,'Aganman was in i
the first row. The reception
which be gave in honor of the
maria for whom he,had expressed
such antinathy was simply fan-
tastic.
RACIAL CONFLICT
Blancpays is a strongly mix-
ed race character. Undecided as
to his ethnological status, the
poor'fish is so frustrated that he
does not know anymore which
Saint to claim. He makes consi-
derable efforts to convince him-
self and others that he is a Ne-
gro and a good Haitian. But hard-
ly has he taken a position in this
sense, when he 4 finds. himself
obliged to change his mind. From
this confusion results for him
those ridiculous situations which
I1 am going to narrate to you.
I was having a drink in a
Champ de Mars cafe with a
friend, when Blancpays came in.
We invited him to join us. A
great talker, we were beginning
to get worried over ,Blanepays'
silence when he said with an air
of disappointment: 4fust think,
my dear friends, I have just
found out that our friend, Doct-
or Philibert has just suffered a
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THE MAN WHO MAKES SUIT
CASES
By Franck -J. BAILEY
Last week, the boss told me
to get out in the streets and In-
vestigate a new industry which
looks as if its going to catch on
with the Tourists. Its the new
fashion '.uit cases (malettes)>
made out of cans, beer cans, milk
cans, lard cans and indescribable
cans and the tourists love
them. One Tourist my boss said
named David Herman say one
that would warm the cold winter
hearts of the big shots who make
beer in Milwaukee cause it
was a suit case of Schlitz beer
cans which made his city famous.
So I went into the street and
found a manufacturer:
Portail Leogne is one of th"
quarters of Port-au-Prince where
several suit case makers keep their
little shops. Seeing these men at
work is very interesting.
L:st Monday, your reporters
took a drive up there to see how
the work is going on and interview
a few members of the traie.
First he was badly received byTi-
Louis who was the only one pre-
sent at his shop at that hour but
he was so pacifying that Ti-Louis,
finally became his friend.
Y.ur reporter came out of the
car and stooped down to take a
picture of the suit cases which
are usually place% at the side of
the street where those who are
passing by can see them and sud-
denly out came Ti-Louis who, per-


haps by a misunderstanding of name in the paper in order that
facts, exclaimed: What, did some- all my readers may know about
one send you here fodr, trouble ? you personally as a suit case mak-
-No*, I answered, I am just a er. He looked very please to hear
reporter. And what has a report- that his name will be going in
er got to see with my work? he a newspaper, and during the
asked, I know you people, it may minutes we spent t a king
be just a way of detecting in or- together, his face was become
der to prevent me fri.n gaining gig more and more smiling. He
my daily bread; no, dear man, gr.ve your reporter the following
your reporter replied, while pass- informations:
ing his hand over his back, I am I am from Anse d'Aiiiult, bu.
a newspaperman, I have heard l have been living in the capital
) for the thirty two past years so
I I l / I guess no citizen of Port-au-
P Prince can say that he is more
j l) intelligent than me. When I
,\../. 0 first came here with my atunt
S[ I1 |who used to get vegetables from
S* the country and sell them here,
a job was given to me at a cer-
l lain lady's house and during the
six following years I was her
|yard boy, at last when I was fir-
| ed, I became a ega qu'ap pot6&
itinerant b6y in the street (who
8 your reporter will describe in
~ one of his neit stories) and in
my leisure hours, I gave a very
special attention to those who
make suit cases and kept to it
l until I became a -typical member
L of the t~rade
S How are the suit cases made?
,your reporter-asked him.
f First they were made in wood
and covered with painted paper,
just as well as I can see how you but now, as our trade is improv-.
arc doing fine and if you only ing; we get to make imitation fo-
givc me the informations I came reign,suit case* First, we make
to get, I am pretty sure you'll be the shape, which also goes with
please when my paper goes out it, in wood, cover the-wood with
next week, and also I'll put your empty milk cans, oil cans or beer
cans which are opened, flattened,
-., .- ...... and joined together; we get these
S ; empty cans from people who,
*' after using what was contained
..... : .. in these canufs/put them'up for
,S j' -. -us or from children.-who collect
( them and sell theh to us byithe
dozen orl from the omachann bou-
teillesa then we put on the im-
ported locks and handlers; if
there is a pretty design on the
S cans, we leave them just as they
'" are and if there is nothing we.
paint them in ,brilliant colors tod
make them look nice. Aid the
prices we ask for them'Vary bet-
ween one and four dollars it aU
depends on the size but we
.L e. can also make suit eases which
._ ^ z... ;:...~ are worth twenty dollars If they
S j are ordered.
How do you like the trade
and what. is your opinion on it?
z,: .'" S H Well Sir, if I practice that
":':~ trade it is just because I like it
.. '. ..' -. and the main reason for which
...~'*5 1 .::U" 'I lke it isnot only that I am
"., '. .. living on it but also because I
Itn.' "' do very good work, and I notice
.'. a-o, ^that-some people, instead of cornm-
_.' ing to us'who are their compa-
triots and can do as well as the
.] blanco, will only *buy imported
things.just because they are im-
Sported but after you put my ca-
'- .. pacity to your readers' knowled-
ge, I am sure they will give us
"^;*-.. .'-',',',:a bigger part of their attention
and also forgive me for being so
ruff at the beginning.


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AGE" 8'


C "' Dick and Trudi Seaberg, of
c.C .. ..' Seattle. Washington left Fri-
,. .... .. ... ... .. .. ... .. lay or, hard their 38 foot Thun-i
Y.NEW YOtK-Spring traditionally begins March 21 and with ayon ard ther38 Thun
! keneraJly come the early morning twitterings of the birds newly derb.ird:. yacht, after three week.
f ..! of fun and frolic in Port-au-Prin-
prved from the south and the bursting .forth of daffodils and tulip.5. co lowing they ill return.
YcApriil mcst of the U.S,, normally covered by snow is watching the .
`h.*Ul'ng their shorF t bt nter-
Ltpatches melt. Surely by novw Haiti wv.-ith her year-round warmth is .Dui e
.inkng e.tilrg V.,it they were seen
inking that American over-co.W-, and snow-shocs have been stored ru Egi a
y .f .," i f l O t o ~ n w it nh -n g i n e e r a n d
trhy ,re summer season. ,. Mrs Harry Tippenhauer; Dr. Ro-
[,B!ut l.kea.small boy licking thie last bit olf jam from the forbidden O G non, prominent eye,
,-oI dol, u phe G agneron, prominent eye.
ot,' old man weather turned his back, this year, on Miss Spring and 'ear ^ and nr specialist of Bour-
a1 stayed around just a little too .long. Snowshoes still guard the don:. and Mr. and frs. A\rthur
.nt. door. and Easter bonnets long overdue are still tucked away in Vincent, o 'vners of the Savoy
'It',all started one day last month when the Government's, official,: Enthused with Port-!i-Pince
Veather forecast-ead: -New York City and Vicinity Cloudy, rather j and Ithe Iaitian people, the Sea-
d'y -and cold today with occasional snow flunties ending late this bergs plan to return to the 'Ca-
tt rooon.... P


-tenoon..." t ital in time for next year's Mar-
&occasioaal-. snow flurries turrpd into seemingly endes3; snitt- ,\ fl,..,,- n r.------------.v -..-:-
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nentlvy talented Professor ,:Moiiu--- -- --
che, and is not responsible for Governor Leader
the sayings and writings of the To Visit Haiti
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.. ..... 7" ..... ...--_ -- -- _... .. .. --o ......... '-".- u!, v ci CILtt, u1 .yCdl Uf (.'LU lbJIl^
gIft-om-heavens and. by that evening when the last flake settled on through the island; to the south
. e-u-th 13.5 inches of snow had seriously paralysed New York City of Haiti. Depending 0.n the wea-
:the worst fall in' eight years ... all ot New England, New Jersey other they -,!an to either visit Ciu-
-d' eastern Pennsylvania. da Trujill.. Puerto Rico or sail
-f't.cked in between winter and spring. March is famous for her de- 'directly to Port oi Soain, Triri-
'ibnpt, but this blizzard was a Littlq more than New Yorkers could dad
jsly cope with. Three .of four commuters from, the city's suburbs b-- --.- ----... --.
'.ever reached their offices. Most stores closed.early that day and the i T T ATI
nmere and Industry Association of New York estimated the storm E -MI S HA
ost business concerns about $150,000,000. FOUND DEAD IN' FIELD
liA-over the east trains were delayed, buses stalled, motorists Avere' 'j
handed on highways or were forced to abandon their cars, school Mi. R. A. N. H-il!yer, former'
eire closed. Bzitish Minister t'o Haiti, until
vTwenty-six newspaper men attending-a two-week seminar at Col- rcti-rment in 1945, wa3 found
mbia, Univensity Were without goulashes. Institute officials sent two dead in a field near his home in i
.1s-aowntownto buy twenty-six pairs. The twenty-seventh editor had .Colchester, England, .Le Jour:.
d~own ~fe, however, ii from Maine and there, he says, they al-' announced in its April 14th edi-
Vs have snow. 'tion The circumstances surround-
NIn another part-of tihe city 300 persons g&thered, despite the pa- .in the death of the diplomat who
igf of the..city's normal existence. They were waiting to be sworn served in the Consular Service
a.as new American citizens. at San Francisco and at Barcelo-
T'hat was one snowfall and it st-yed around well past the advent na, Spain prior to his post in
,-.spring. For two weeks then all went well. The crocuses poked their Haiti, point to suicide, the daily
Sads through the thawing ground. A few-birds apparently were con- stated.
Fldeut enough'lithat Spring hadr really come to settle in the itorth.,And
-fe. fur coats were put in.-storage. ..
-Nevertheless, ,Mr. Winter returned fcr one last fling. It was April
v enth. It ba4 ,rained all the nghL before and all that day. It wasn't ,l
m .ttq l- 'bold: But. in the e-.-ly evening, strange things began to -
6appen outside. Large. white flakes' slowly fluttered past the wiridow. 1 I
.first. there weir only g few then more. Soon they displaced thte ./ -- i
tam.pd the nexti morning thb green lawns were covered *ith a blank-% .
1o" snow.' 1 4
!i ..e weatherman who hadi predicted fair skies for part of'this per.-|"
ad.attempited no excuses and weather, hz'ever .preseoit,enigma inost '' "l
ypvrvwhere, onceaaini proved its complete \unpreditdbUity.
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2'.-presenting to yodu the progtaniof its Social 'Activities
Sfor this WINTER. -
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n the most crampable way on a short official visit on April
by filling my pw'e modest exist- 26th. He will be accompanied by
enrwe With 'inebulohis and involved a group of American officials, in,
adventures way past my great eluding the Presideht of fie Phi-
expectations of lost horizons, ladelphia "Chamber of Commerce.,
The Gubernorlal party is flying
But all dreams must haye an from bhe Guaptanamo Naval and
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INTERESTING

if TRUE .



EDWARD SCOTT L:_ .


CARIBBEAN NjGHTS AND doo cult, the wife c
THE MORNING who is the equivalei
"YOUR correspondent made" a Jupiter; cHaiti Che
safari over the week-end into the bred meringue: cCa
-jungles. of Varadero, where he which is i Voodoo
Sand Martin and Sonia Missir pro- Reine Soleil,D a cor
duced a series ot important dis- the form of an invc
Scoveries, including Miss Diane Sun Goddess: ePo
Adrian. a lullaby which"ap
The fact is that I had discover- brought from Fran
"ed Miss Adrian single-handed, during the 17th Cer
with the assistance of Carlos, and tre Azaka- which r
.Ahne Parraga, on the previous Haitian feeling that
.evening, when that delightful' important enough,
couple invited me to listen to an depicted as a eabinel
album of Caribbean music. (Has ,Mrele Mande. ar
she ever been'in Panama?, I chant in which a gi
asked. (The name sounds very she is the daughter
familiar.)) priest 2nd priestess
OD.: the following day. I was can do anything
delighted to find that Miss pleases.
Adrian is the same delightful There are of c
-voice I heard in Bill Liebow's which I do not neei
Hotel International in Panama te, but I &hrorouj
City in 1948. F ,say that Diane is hearing the album
a voice, a metAphor which damns ly indebted to the i
her with faint praise because er we met Connie '
hers really is one of the most as- calist at the aVene
fonlishingly rich- and pure voices pleased me "o noti
I ever have heard, shared the enthu:
cCaribbean Night, (Les Nuits los and Anne Parr,
Caraibes) i. surely a magnificent perlative singing
collection of typical songs which Adrian. On ocqasio:
Miss Adrian assembled personal- ed that the relation
Jy, and recorded by tCA Victor tiste and artiste ar
High Fidelity. I the gmeow, meow:
First of the -Haitian cnnc s i hbut' Cnnia is Adlff;


if DamballahI
ni of Zeus or
rie,y a city-
non qui tir4,w
chant: < La
>go chant in
'cation to the
Do Ti Tite, ,
apparently was
ce to Haiti.
ntuiry; <'.Minis-
epresents the
;if a god .is
be should be
I minister; and
another Voodoo
rl boasts that
of a Voodoo
and therefore
that' she

course others
1 to.ennmera-
,Uy enjoyed
ad felt deep,
Pearragas. Lat-
r6ivs, the vo-
idome, and it
e how Connie
siasm of Car-
iga for the su-
of Diane
ns I have not.
is between ar-
e definitely in
! department,
.nt -. VIn4Ain-


When Miss Adrian told me on
Sunday that she had spent a con-
siderable period .of time in Haiti,
I asked her if shl' knew my
young paisano, Bernard Diede-
rich, who is the publisher of the
up-and-coming weekly, aThe Hai-
ti Sun. She replied affirmative-
ly and with enthusiasm, which
caused me to ponder on the ex-
treme good fortune which has
been visited upon her. In addi-
tion to having a 22 karat voice,
Miss Adrian also enjoys the
friendship and esteem of the
only New Zealanders out of cap-
tivity in the Caribbean.
Havana Post March 18th.


AMORC

ANNOUNCES

MAY' BANQUET

...Mr. Maurice Maximilier, form-
er Rosicrucian Master, will open
;he Rosicrucian Qrder's (Amore)
commemoration banquet on Sun-
day morning, May 13, with an ad-
dress on the importance of the
Order's first Convocation, held.
in New York in 1915. and the
Sresponsal-;ities assumed by their
first Imperator, Dr. H. Spencer
Lewis, Master F. Marcellus Paul
announced this week.
Master Paul stated that those
who'd went to attend the 10:00
a.m. banquet are asked to inform
Marine d2 Pasquaily, Rosicru-
cian ,secreraty. He addea that
there will be documentary films
shown and a programtof music
is planned.
F. Marcellus Paul announced
that all Rosicrucians, holding
cards properly validated are ask-
od tn attntd .thea ocntalical rcon-


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PAGE 14

SKANSAS CITY V]

:" A 24-day, 15,000-mile trip
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S30,meinber Kansas City group
: .this unanimous conclusion: The
SUnited- States needs Latin Ameri-
S ca as much or more than Latin
America needs the U.S.A.
A report published by the Kan-
t.'sas City Commission for Interna-
I:,' tional Relations and Trade, which
r.. toured 11 cities in eight Latin A-
i:.' merican countries, said awe found
,'"a strong similarity between the
people of North and Latin Ame-
Srica.
S' We found a desire for a much
.,better way of Jife, a the report
| said. We found them experiene-
ig: a social revolution to attain
': their natural' goal. .
The group, led by Kansas City's
i Lfamed Mayor H. Roe Bartle, flew
in February down the South Ame-
S'ricean east coast from iamni, and
:..returned to Kansas City via the
: west coast and Mexico. The tour
W was 'arnged by Pan American
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VISITORS BOOST LATIN AMERICA ,A*


aWith the great natural re-
sources that lie untapped in South
America, it is our firm belief that
in helping the Latin Americans sa-
tisfy their demands for a broader
development, we will be helping
ourselves. It is not enough just
to make loans of dollars,, said
the report.
'Private investment, by both
Latin American and foreign capit-
al, appears to be one of the best
avenues for greater production
and consequently higher stand-
ares of living in Latin America.
Venezuela certainly affords an
outstanding example of what fo-
reign -private investment, with its
technical know-how, can do" to
better general living conditions.,
The coinmmnission's report praised
Pan American, U.S. Steel Corp.,
General Motors and other
companies 'making a marked con-
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countries, they serve.
Among recommendations for
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relations made by the commission
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The commission said the U.S.
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specialty medical techniques, help
with the mechanization of agricul-
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Latin American and U.S. groups.
The tour by the Kansas City
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Senate as -a new approach to fo-
reign relations' by Senator Stuart
Symington of Missouri.' In his
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-Following the trip, the commis-
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T r, I Victor Mangones and Mrs.. Geor- President, Mrs. Elie Villard and.-'.'
ASTA DELEGATION 1ERE ROMt MAY 0-7 e Villifranche were sold Jto the assisted bv Mrs Gontran Rouzir.; 'I


Greater Mianhi will send a ing Corp. aboard the S.S. Evan.
large delegation to the South- geline, operating out of Miami to
eastern region convention-of the (h2 British West lndies.
American Society of Travel A- Special folklore.prog'arns a'so
gents in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, are being anranged that evening
May, 3-7, inclusive. including nrtive dancing and
An elaborate program of enter- zong:..
tainment 'has been arranged for ridiy, MtMy 4, the convention
the conventioners, who will be w:'!l convene in the .Salle des
met on arrival by a fleet of spe- Bustes of tlhe national palace,
cial cars which will, be at their to be welcomed by government
disposal throughout the week. officials. A joint session with
The first scheduled meeting is a':lied members is set for 10 a. m.
set for 2 p. m. Thursday, May 3, until noon.
in the Chamber of Commerce Gen. Paul E. Magloire, pres-
building, with allied members Ide-nt of Haiti, will be host at a
meeting at the city hail. reception at noon.
That night, from'6 to 8, the During the afternoon,' a moun-
OffiCe National du Tourisme will lain tour will be made to Boutil-
be host at a cocktail party at lier, Kenscoff and La Decoraver-
dabane Choucoune, followed by te.
a dinner to be tendered to the Saturday, the delegates will
delegates by the Eastern Shipp- depart by plane for Cap-Haitien.


I ____


Dear Miss Mary Doogoode.
I have a problem. For over twen-
ty years I have been in love With
a mari-ed man. I kept my feelings
secret but' a few days ago I told
him how I feel about him. Now,
the man I love wants to leave his
wife and eight children and run
away with me to fbe Dominican
Republic'. Mliss Dbogoode, could
you .dvise me, what kind of cloth-
es should I take on our trip?
Happy
Dear Happy,
I am very happkfor you Happy.
Clothes do not make a Woman.
And' why not'.goq. o Kens.oil on
your .trip?
Mary Doqgoode B
t
ED NOTE: Letters to the love,
lorn do. not 'have Ito bear thi
writers. cotrret name. No-letters
with a' plfltca l slant'. and by
known politAclans will We pu.
blished. .
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to visit the famous Citadelle Hen-
ry Christophe and the ruins of
San Souci Palace. Thefe will be
guests there overnight, returning
to Port-au-Prince Sunday.
On the schedule is a visit to
the Marine gardens and a sight-
seeing four of Port-au-Prince,
Mrs.,Magloire will tender a cock-
tail party for wives of delegates
that afternoon.
Sunday night, a farewell ban-
quet will'be held at Hotel Ibo
Lele. with Franek Devieux, secre-
tc.ry of Commerce, as host. De-
parture -for home will be Mon.
day.
cMiaml Heralda
'tOURIST OFFICE PREPARES
A' fourteen-member Committee
that begaji work under the di-
rection of Tourist boss Pierre
Chauvet pn March 5th is putting
the finishing touches on the off-
icial program organized in view
of the coming Convention of
ASTA's South Eastern Chapter
to be held in Port-au-Prince from
the 3rd to the 7th of May.


Suhb-Cominittees have been
placel in charge of transporta-
L!on and lodging arrangements
for the 250 delegates of U.S.'tra-
vel agencies. that are scheduled
to attend lih Congress. Public
iclations ani visits to thle Sou-
venir shiops will be organizedA by
three additional sub-committees.
The program of touristic excur-
sions, in honor of the visitors, in-
cludes the Capital and a trip to
Cap-Haitian. I
The personalities composing
the Cognm;ttee as follows:
4'Ir. Pierre Chauvet, Chairman;-
Mr.' Guy Laraque, Assistant-Di-
rector of ONT, Colonel Edouard
Roy, Commander of the Cors
d'Avaition pf the Army, Dr. Rin-
dall Assad, of the Association
Hoteliere ct'Haiti, Kurt A. Fis-
her; Georges Heraux, Robert
Baussan, Mrs. Japaes' Ewald,
Louis Moravia, Franck Magloire,
Denys .Bellande, Director of
STIPP, David Gossett, Manager,
Pan American Airways, Eric
Etienne and Miss Madeleine Cas-
sagnol.


Sainte Rose Ball
A Big Success
President and Madame Paul E.
Magloire headed the list of" dis.
tinguished guests, attending the
Alumni Association of Saihte Rose
de Lims's Charity Ball last Fri-
day night at tle Cabane Chboiou-
ne.
A fashion show was presented
at the Ball with models from the
establishments of Miss Jacquqline
Carrie and Miss Vslenti. Wanda
Wiener, elegantly gownedoin a
creation, by Mrs. Fred Woolley,
acted :s Master' of Ceremonips
and the evening of gaiety,' music
'and dancing catied over into the
.wee hours of Saturday morning.'
Between the dances a large va-
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SOME REAL CHARACTERS;
(Continued frmn page 6)

ible insult in the United Sta- qall Soude.' Of his personal acti-
because of his color. This vities ave have very little to say,
Shas upset me so terribly for he is of a discreet wmichiav6-
I haven't been! able to sleep. lisme., He is rarely seen in *pu-
ly, boys, 416 momin tande nou- blic places. He allows himself to
'A A sang negre 1a bouilli nan be pointed out for his affable and
e moin., (when JI heard this distinguished manners. His exag-
;, my Negro blood boiled in gerated courtesy is only a series
veins. We consoled Blanc- of' formulas appropriated for the
the best we could, explain- circumstance and which he has
to him that The situation is let you see more than once. De-
oving in the United States prived of all sense of humour, he
Sday to day and that the Ne- never laughs, and jokes even less.
is beginning to enjoy the He is said to be honest. However,
ts which were refused him the experienced observer will fi-
lously. Blancpays.left, thank- nish by finding out that he is ex-
us for our. kindness and for tremely clever, and that he op;,
omfortng words rates to pluck the chestnuts from
p 'ha, !een e. a.half.the fire. Snobbish and preten-
when our friend Malvado, a tious, 'he speaks with a false dis-
ber of a foreign mission came cretion of his ascendants, and
le took seat at bin, table, often attributes to himself blood
to our great urairise he ties with illustrious or import-
ed a conversation, on Blanc- ant men. When dictated by inter-
aid asked us if we knew est, he does not hesitate to stooper-
nan welL Notiing our sur- t he o ot hesitate to stoop
Sat his question, he hastily to crapulousness. 'Soudes reser-
a. Well, yesterday at Club yves for himself the part of theL
d. ~el, ystedayat lublion, and if he should concede
co, Blancpays before a group l and f he should concede
oregners explained that al- any advantages. to you, be sure
g he is Haitian, be does that in the long run, you, will pay
have a drop of Negro blood very dearly for then Finally, in
s veins.: Unable to hide ou order to give more realism to the
aitassment we thought it .ch'act .he is playing, 'Soude,
to get out of this delicate raises himself to the 'rank of a
ersation by changing the church rat:
ect. f1 *
WEiL BRED BUM
ISSIPING FREELOADER This last character' that we
Share now going to examine shall chlristen *Roohenandl6 is
liet, the legendary cBacou- almost always the. soin Qft a father
Tils character belongs to brought up abroad. He is educat-
MAal classes, and he manages ed, well bred, all in 'being bad' t
iye access everywhere. Bacoqu- mannered' and understanding no-
irely has a..steady job;; the thing of the things of his country. d
er part of 'the time he says He believes himself, to be the vie-
as been laid off. And, th, e tin7if injustice simply because t
question evreybody is ask- everything -doesn't go his way. -
, 'what does he ,-live on ... ? His pretentious have no limit. He
ilou's work, is, boe tail, enjb'ys a certain financial ease
Work. Before he-'sa4RUes' toutu, 4aving,-quired anything
as he puts it, you beconmerdr- It4so.. :e..,Afortt, Ignoring the
the subject of his medita4% s 4WI& .ifebii.e,%he is liter-
,:He reflects seriously, upon alt;iiy'inap- o.le" appreciating. or
most efficacious' manner of taking. into considerationson the ef-
.,g y 4u. 1 15... ; ,- e ....: :`-_ :....
,..,,g y -b '" .. .r.es fortsor.-he,.work of others! To
a..with.: .t..at ......oi.. ac- tell, the th he lscorn. everybody
.^elde n INSk aiid tqwr Do *sjjrt of human cha-
maess4sA "ii eoi .1to rityd-'.o;an:kin. 'He speaks of
under any pretext whatsoever, honesty,: sincerity and' 'frankness,
begins by making you compli- and authorizes himself td be of a
s and braggilg,.of the quai' bxktal injustice towards those
which he 'prIte d.tat eve4 1$4t, through insolence, he quali-
recognizes'in you. cWy dear ties as inferiors. Feeling himself
brother, befteil yu syxester- neither foreigner nor Haitian,' he
iey were -"speakingbbul you, holds the world responsible 'for
igh circles, as being the man his sentiments of frustration, in-
lie important post that is flow .ludihg,,his own parents. He lives
it.' 'Gade'non, ioln gahigne inm'a s mi-isokratidn and seems :to
aille bons mots pbu ou .,(Lis- take no' interest in social. or.
I certainly put in a good word otr 'activities which t a 1r
you). Only 'don'r forget,. nt, place 'around"'>him. WheRe'
rg well' baited, his ,victim ;bhe chenandlh 'hpeaks-.to you, he& ia
l's' .' t '. *"'"'- ",, ..r "
mbers toask1 h3M: 'ion always s sarcastic. 'He make!.7 7o.
Ice que. .;.mande touted feel thatTlie is "interested mlt'iii
de, 8a'little:-fr ,that he what he has to ay to you, and'lot
ln't't'sf.ea 43. a evpry body), in your comments 6r responses.
rely.!4i .4it..'hap.peh, that his Everything about him is false,
locuto0i"u t'.'-gike him sa- even his pretended honest. '
action. L. ': I
i.s o.is scheme of operat- As we must live with these cha-
Bacoulou is familiar- ,ith al- racters, it is well. that, we know
everything that. goes on. them. But, while protecting qur-
She is often seen in close selves the best we can from the
ersation with the,' strangest harm which they are likely to do
s. For these individuals, Ba- us, we must however avoid taking
yu is an important squrfce of all these regular humbugs too se-
otages' (gossip), while they riously.
a sure source of income fqor
Often, these persons are neu- M N
ienics who believe they are MONEY
g followed, spied upon, en-
, persecuted, etc. Bacoulou
vs it, and takes advantage of FOR FISHING
r maladive condition to riseF
as protector, counsellor, and NDUSTR
Sguardiafl angel.' Of course, IN U1.
pathetically explains to them
he is nothing more than a The Bureau Haitien de Peches
friend wio wishes them well, Maritimes, in view of reorganiz-
always adds 'Si ou vl ou a ing the fishing industry in Haiti,
)as mom' (if you care to you has been allocated the sum of
slip me a' little something). $ 40.000,00 for its exploration pro-
1OBBISH *,fURCH RAT ject off the coast of Haiti with
>t us now say only a few words the Santonian rented from a Cu:
uis character which we shall ban company.

S '. .


77/


TAP THAT FOOT BOY Paul Latortue takes his .Czohuboom'
Jazz band through its paces.


Chouboomn! Chouboom! Youthful

Band Here To Stay


Little did young Paul Christian
Latortue suspect when he started
to form a band among his friends
that it would grow to a success-
ful fourteen piece eJazzv band-
Haitian style.
Paul Latqrtue, saxophonist with
the Fanfare de Seminairez baid
it the Petit Seminaireb School,
invited, a group of his musical
friendss over to his house at La-
lue and started forming them
into a music team. The problem
of instruments was answered by
the Rev. Father Grienenberger,
Rector of the Seminaire, and Sy
the Rev. Father Plancherel, di-
-ector of ,the school band, who
donated not 6nly tie instruments
required but their moral 'assis-
tance as well.


The sound of the boys practic-
ing was too much for Paul's fa-
miJly and the boys. had to move
out. Luckily one of the band's fa-
mily was out of town and they
moved into his house and their
Jam sessions began in earnest.
Later they moved in on Paul's
brother and continued to practi-
ce at his house.
From the time of the band's
formation, the band was now
named aChouboom, on Novem-
ber 2, 1954 until the Feast of
Kings on- January 7, 1955 the
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SUNDAY, APRIL 22nd 1956".

Serge Bayard, Erick C. Damus
and- Serge Delinois, played at fa-
mily social functions and where-
ver they had an opportunity to
demonstrate their prowess.
The climax came on January 7,
1955 when the Chouboomb boys
received an invitation from the
music at one of its dances. The
youngsters were a tremendous
hit right from the 'start and an
invitation to play at the eCercle
Port au Princien' immediately
foLflowed.
Mr. Fernand Crepsac, pres-
ident of the Port-%u-Princian
Club, was so enthused over the
band's ability and the reception.
the boys received at his Club
that he said, ePetit poisson de-
viendra grand pourvu que Dieu
lhi prete vie.
These little fish will certain-
ly grow up and as they they grow
and gain more experience, Port-
au-Prince will be seeing and hear-
ing much more \of his young
band so capably Jead by Paul C.
Latortue. The name eChoubooznb
is gradually becoming more and"
more famous throughout the Re-
public and their Haitian style-
Jazz band has been seen as far
I afield as Jacrnel.


Oswald Durand's

Anniversary Feted

The Ufion Culturelle will hold
a conference on the occasion of'
the anniversary of the poet Os-
wald Durad and will discuss his
heroine Choucoune, immortalized
by the p6et. The Union Cultu-
relle will detail the life of the
girl who gave 'her name to the
popular song.


DEPARTURES FROM PORT-AU-PRINCE:
Monday, Wednesdays, Fridays, at 1:25 p. m.


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HAITI SUN


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,a Criete i a Pierrot, Commissioned


]
I The Haitan Fleet's latest acquisition, CG-S "-Lff Crete--.Pierrot-.
ws officially commissioned during formal ceremonies at Bi:oton head-
iqarters of the National Coast Gtuard, Tuesday mworrinq. when Presid-
rent Magloire handed over the documents to Colonel Georges T. Bagyard.
SCapitaine de Vaisseau, in the presence of Cabinet Members. Army
,Officers. Government Officiagl an4 Prelates of the Church. The 22-
iknot, electronic-eqvipped vessel:.will be used in rescue and coastal
.patrol w ork. ....................


m.. s. r ',f .y mn, iw -. -'fy, 9'K .. .- -' r .
qPres P. ,MMaq e. conl".u., teM" the
CO- *. re--Prot, it. .e Ve4da AusIjpa.4.un". .' tle
ceerewmes, the off ics and members of the orpw wk4he Tjpvf spg-
'Cidl tjhih*l flasv1v0 ijn Vrs. Fleet aAd _rin Haiti were f, alIy pre-
seit.r4 t ie, relin4. the be-
*9wpq i'nWr 4rch Bsop of t qu( Prife ga te b
C4.G smpoms# 'recepift aboard fuowe4. Shown in t. e
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MEDICAL REPRESENTATIVE SAYS
YAWS, DYSENTERY ON WAY OUT


NEW YORK. )Lpril 16 A
laitian medical representative
)f a top Port-au-Prince pharma-
:eutical 'irm reported here to-
lay that two of Haiti's most se-
tious endemic ailments, yaws
mind disentary, are either under
controll or rapidly yielding to
new drugs.
M. Alix Sausaricq of M. Ville-
Irouin et Cie., Port-au-Prince.
5aid in an interview here that
success of the drive against in-
fectiotts disease in Haiti was a
result of the ,practical planning)
of the medical profession which
made possible the use of modern'
drugs fiO-t reviously available.
particularly antibiotics.


M. Sansaricq has been in" tho
United States to receive a speci-
al <.gold ciupo award from Leder-
le Laboratories here for his work
in the Hait';an health field, parti-
cularly in the introduction of
new darug3.
'ie asserted that epidemics of
bacillary dysentery still break
out f9om time to time in Haiti,
with one of the worst in recent
years following the 1954 hurrica-
nec which devastated parts of
the island republic.
A rnw U.S. made antibio-
tic, achro nycin, is now being
widely used to combat both ba-
cillary and amebic dysenteries
.in Haiti, he reported


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Professor Ti-Roro of the drum
was fired by the management of
the- Theatre de Verdure, repor-
,tedly because he called the ma-
nager, Mr. Theodore Baubrun,
by his stage end radio hame of
LanguiehatteD instead of 9irec-
tor General...Grace Kelly Rai-
nier was presented a $ 15,000 dia-
mond and rhby bracelet by ship
owner Aristotle Onassis, a -five
piece diamond and ruby set cost-
ing between $ 100,000 and $150,
000 by the people of Monaco. and
aiset of mahogany bowls by con-
sul of Monaco in Haiti...
xxx


XXX
Miss Frederique Naude daught-
S'v .er of Belgian Consul and Mrs.
^Georges Naude, and Carl Siegel
S' were married in a 6:00 P. M. ce-
S remoriy at Eglise St-Pierre de
Petion-Ville. Details in our next
XXX I

Miss Monique Chauvet and Lu-
cien Leconte will be married at
Basilique Notre Dame on Satur-
S day, April 28th. at 7:00 P. M.
jtg~ -^L B-'-k-^ xxx
Miss Leyla R. Jaar became the
Fahime Marks and son Joel bride of Jacob I. Miladeh last
from the U. S. are visiting with night at the Basilique de Notre
her mother, Mrs. Goldenberg in Dame. The bride is the daughter
Petion-Ville for tree Weeks. of Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Jaar,
x x x proprietors of the Grand'Rue ba-
Mr. Paul Elie, General. Supt. zaar known as *Etoile de Beth-
of the Chemins de Fers Company 16emb. The groom is the son of
observed his birthday anniversa- Mrs. and the late Issa Miladeh,
ry on April 18th. well-known in local business -ir-
xIx Xcles.
Strapping twin sons cJean and
Frangoiso appeared on the scene
in the Franck Celas household .
on April 8th. Their lovely .tma-
manb is the former Elizabeth
Karson.


SVice-Consul of Panama and
Vmrs. Carlo Decatrel are still
searching fdr a name for their
beautiful new ,daughter. S
xx LES' PLUS BELI
Engineer Marcel Kehol left for HAt T11
Chill, this week, on ..a special
scholarship which-will permit the
furthering of his..know*iedge oI. W
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x x x The distinguished Army Offi-
Sgt. Dave Turner, tall Marine ccr, Lieutenant-Cblonel Emile
guard at the U. S. Embassy, is Zamor Suffered a heart attack
being transferred to Camp Le- on Monday and was rushed to
jeune, North Carolina, in the ft. Francois de ,Sales Hospital,
near future. Christmas his enga- special treatment. At hl'e time of
gement to Patricia Olinde was going to press, no bulletin had
announced by-- her parents. She been'published as to the progress
is now teaching school in Loui- of his recovery.
siana and will marry Dave in- x x x
AugusL and set up housekeeping Dr. Gros who is back from ni-
at Camp Lejeune. ne years' specialization in heart
I: I-. r, _1__ a nna1inc Anto

xxx
Dr. abd Mrs. Adolph Neustadt.
of New-York dity, left for Jamai-
ca Thursday after spending four
-days in Haiti. The Neusthdts
-were travelling in the company
.6f Abraham Schneid of Connec-
ticut whose son and daughter in
,'aw, Howard and Rosalind, .visi-
ted Hfaiti, last year. -.
Dr. Neustadt is assistant-chief
pediatrician qt the Pediatry Di-
.vision of Harlem Hospital and
Sydenham Hospital, N. Y. An
American citizen Dr. 'Jeusladt is
'originally from Germrany "nd his
son Lucien is a research .vorker.
for the U. S. Navy who assisted
ii-the development qf the U. S.
'S, Nautilus, atomic powered'sub-
murine.
" ure *x t -
x x
-Miss Mary .McY t aborato
iy technician gradua -the'
Cdolegi of St. tes40 i ,
m'Jinnesota, 'hMs beenirt (, to
,te staff of theW.-iIIoA i-
tkl. :Miss McVqhesii w edr6.3 for
pLe yar at Stanfordtopta
-14 California before 'eomin to
IM i.. 7" i ".

Dr. ChMrless 'Morgan-?- boris,
secialist froztte 'Minvet'i Hos-
.pital in Pi iadeIphia, arrived FVii-
day with'iis"wife for a few day a
at the .IbeoLele. Dr. Morris Atten-
ded- the FifthCongress of *on-
ho Oesophqgoscopie, frp.i April
4-12 in San Juan. ,.
'" "' ***; ''x x "''. ,
Mrs,.,Julia Calson and 'her lo-
-'vely blonde daugither, Ruth, from
?iew.-Jersey, arriyed'here Wednes-
day and ;re'ip"ndingo. five days
*-t the RivierIa Hcstl.; The Carl-
..s.a delighted .withi Haiti-
'.,ecialUy Ruth who hat become
,.q'ute'--,ofessinal at' dancing the
.Hiltian Meringue. '
.','., "',. x. x x
President Magloire 'apdlu the
First Lady took' time..out from
their crowded' official and: social
schedule* this :week "to observe
their 20th wedding, anniversary
on Wednesday, April 18th.. '
xxx
Hotel El Rancho has just sig.
ned up the artists of *Cercle de
Danses.D


diseases plant Ie u Jpcinug Uait
of his Avenue Lamartiniere Cli-
nic and Laboratory fot the end
o'f this month. He did postgra-
duate work at Michael Besse
Hospital in Chicago, Peter Bent
Brigham Hospital in Boston and
.the National Institue of Cardio-
logy of Mexico.
xxx
April 16th was the birthday
anniversary of Mrs. Arland R.
Smith.' distinguished .:epouse of
SCISP's Business Manager.
xxx

Claude Pierre-Louise w a s
among the group of 17 students
who attended special Sylvicul-
ure courses at Rio Piedras, Puer-
to. Rico, for four months last year
under the patronage of tle Uni-
te4 State.s Forestry Service and
thOe .Administration of Interna-
Iortal Comnmission., The .students
canie'.froin many different coun-
Atres.including Colombia, the Phi-
Tippiins. Viet-Nam anId Haiti.
The El-,Yunke Forest, one of the
larges-tn he world, near Rio Pie-
dras, served as a natural labora-
tory for the work.:
'"X X X

Mr. and Mrs.Wayne Troatte
and -soh Bob left Wednesday for
a convention.:jn Hollywood, Flo-


HAITI SUN


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rida, after atWeek. at the Suntie x x x
Hotel. They .ejoyed their"' tay TI-Joe Ludigwitz returned home
while being shown the honors of to plantation Dauphin with a
tbe' country"' by their, cousins new'aouluition DA rAl r' naih
Bill. md Helen Duff, and .befor..aecent from Jamaiva.
leaving, sealed' their promise to x x x
return soon again to Haiti. Mr. and Mrs. Ands Goinez
'..,. x -x I ;..-,: ... of Ciudad Trujillo leff today aft-
,lonstigneiur LduisColtgnon', er spending, two days at the Mia-
Archbishop' of Cayds/w1il leave mi, Mexico and New York before
fog Rome at the end of this returning to the Dominican Re-
imonth.- Travelling by ship; the public.
distinguished prelate will'be ac- x x x
companjed by the-Reverend Fa- Mother Reine of the Lncarna-
ther LetanteJ Oblat Province tion, Mother Superior of the Sis-
Vicar. Monseigneur will make ters of St. Joseph de Cluny in
his .visite 1iminaire-. to the Pope Haiti left for France- on April
during'.his trip.- 12th. She will attend. the eChapi-
x x x tre Generalb of the Congregation
Mrs. Dede Roy is off to visit being held in Paris.

Are you a lonely chess-loving bachelor
Sor a man whose wife Iehas never known the
difference between a bisho mand, a rann'?


The boy's in the 'Back Room.
IWant some new blood but no blood money
i / If cou t itnt to find a game geared to your speed
i/ squire at anytime

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\ a S i2 Rute Rigaud Bois Verna Tel. 598 ."
a AliSSi ^ Marion de Young Griswold (Formerly Hotel Oloffson)


t 2 R.c 2E MARK


New York today with Ady and
Tetel Fabius..
xxx
Mary Helen Fisher and Grace
Townsend left for Miami last
Sunday after spending an excit-
ing Easter vacation in Haiti.
x XX
SMr. and Mrs. Abelard Sorey
left for Paris for a six month
vacation. They will stop off in
New York to visit son Serge, who
is studying advanced medicine at
the Harlem Hospital.
xxx
Adrienne Brun flies to Mexi-
co today.
xxx
Violet Malanson, of New York
City, Vera Brewer, of Brooklyn,
and Mary Fugazzi, of Flushing,
New York, are staying at the
Oloffson Hotel this week. The
three lovelies were seen at the
Rendez-vous Thursday night and
were enthralled with Haiti. They
leave Monday.
xxx
Mrs. Pierre Hudicourt flew to
Caracas on the 19th to join the
Ambassador and the family. Also
on the same plane, flying south
to join Ambassador Roger Dor-
sinville in Brazil, were Mrs.
Edith Dorsinvill?, and sons Felix
and Robert. '
XXX
Claudinette Fouchard leaves
today for the U.S. where she will
pursue her studies for twelve
months.
XXXx
Basil John of Tropical Gas clip-
pered to the States, Saturday. .
Daniel 'and Simone Lafontant
are New York bound today.
xxx
Leon and Jean Montes are
taking the New York clipper, to-
day.
xxx
'Bud Davenport;, Purchasing
Agent for Brovn & Root, here
for the past two and a half years,
bids Haiti farewell tomorrow and
heads for his new job with the
Wiisales Shipping Company in.
Florida. Wife 6'-Ruth is is visiting
with the folks' in Texas. Six-foot-',
four, 'Tiny, Davenport leaves
a' -ouvenir 'agr.ableD behind
him.
xxx
Mrs. Alec Earl, wife of the
Schweitzer Hospital doctor Earl
is'in Brooklyn, visiting with her
mother.


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_____________ ________I4PAGS 1

Dr -Douglas L. Mazique, Senior Pat DeVertuell is back froai
Attending Physician and Surgeon three months in the jungle of ..I
of Chicago's Provident Hospital, the Caribbeazn. ,
his witfe, Shirley, and son Don- .j
glas, Jr. left Friday after spend- PARAMOUNT '
ing the week at Hotel Beau Site. TODAY 3:0q P.M. aContreb.an-
The distinguished visitors, friends r hine "
dier de la mer de Chines
of Dr. and Mrs. Georges Hu- 5-7.9:00 P-W. 'La Revanche des
dicourt, had attended the Pan Sioux,. '
American Bronchoscopy Con- MONDAY 6:00 P.M. unese
gre3s in San Juan. Dr. Mazique Perdue.
'is also an Associate Physician in TUESDAY :00 and 8:15 P.M.
Otolaryngology at the :Cook TLa Revanche des SiouxP. 'u
ctLa Revanche des. Siouxv..
Country Hospital in Chicago. WEDNESDAY 6:00 and 8:15 P.M. :
x. x x eBannie du Foyer. .
Miss Adeline Richard and Ed- THURSDAY 6:00 and Q:15 P.M."
mond Kouri are to be married aLes Diabollquesi. '.
on Saturday, May 5th, 6:30 P.M. FRIDAY 6:00 and 8:15 P.M. aLa "j
The cBdnediction Nuptiale. will Revanche des Sioux'.
be. given them at Eglise St. Pier- SATURDAY 5-7-9:00 P.M. Con- ':
re de Petion-Ville, thus uniting trebandiers de la Mer de Chine. ",
two outstanding families, the Jo- '.
seph Richards and the Michel 'LILLY M' TO THE RESCUE :',0
Kouris. Near disaster was prevented '-S
x x x Thursday at 5:30 p.., with dusk I
Jacques Bourjolly did a mas- rapidly approaching, when the ,
terful selle Nicole de Paris, at the Ca- Anton Kneer's fishing boa,
sino International on opening broke off Le Banc des Iroquois .-
night, Monday. Melle. Nicole, di- and the small boat floundered.
rect from a week's engagement about in the rolling seas for an.
at the Condadd Beach in San hour, calling for assistance 'by.-)-
Juan, lit up the Casino with. a ship to shore telephone. The -ar-:
fine voice and a sparkling per- rival of Clarence M6ody's yacht .
sonality from Monday to Sa- cLily M, with a, tow line, saved .
turday. the day. ."

ROMANTIC WEDDING OF EDWIDGE
FOIICHiARD AND GEORGE KENN .p

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te ar of Mr.ande r s Jeather for r "'. .. .."- ..
cheabridan grandda t w of Mrs a' T'







berocdeatn ade Vinu lof ngd 7*dii <.ortgesw d'honneurwere ;
wth e-'au siplestaightI16 santdr tin. Tho' work.A f-or W4, ;*
which lfroed Vieux excha lngfed trn 0# orpelette&`1 bodlicesadt
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berau eifl and bmridlllsiveeeon fell FollowinAte rliiuscee .'
in St.ers errom de satin oque.She doy a upuu eeto f
Ta desdb he well-know Fther Alfred MoVi~dl ieux eil wa a-..
itel'Prnaionaldresseromaerd Ms thendled by h ufndrd o guess :
Adoule-raingeremony. hercoif e including Governm-bent ofica, '
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was arranged / byaher auno Dlmtic back wthetpsca '
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Mrs.Kerizanof he cic ofe corlors' PraduaP aftro bihute.
th ,,ofta er. ,fhe formeri 2 ley
gardenoa ros ..-an eg m, ao .as" ga ..









woeHaitian Ambasstador- to avana. etdstnto' sMnae f
MThbridal gowno was 'tof richly ngra ethsftuewf
brocadsed gsatnmdmteofhe in longope. Hoges camoneu toHatilare
l in e. ;Mrs.a ele ant s ii t s l r l"-.,



















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lat rse yte elkonte Alfred Vieux, excange cwasiiatle,
viows EawithaGeorges Keann idaur.t-e'ndedyurskof guests."
beautifulr and MJnx'es.v eemn o- S[nde a-.smtl-[i aik~ig~i~efl e-. 'i
ghise St. Pierenddauher Pton-il Mrs~ %.eor izng ; "' i;-"r,.aun, th
The Rpvernd FatherAlfred MonM,!Gicbrtege i ... ..ilft
teidelPars (ure performile)ad the blute hiffon. gown, 4, ,enrword.tttec :- .... ...

atheAlovely bride centered on fia "dto te back with flo*
vow wit fathrer en, inato. ros,.ls. a'$ Ade, le.Sassln "
Heaitifland Amba essadrtoHvana.emo craioen,/t."a: g :' :;- t.
The brdlas gownrwas pferichlyt E 'i .e 'ha .a
brocaed sat.inr mde inelongVm T ..e nne''on a Wr
liesl ofanih elregan sifomplciy smabllecfo.. gilanboys: in ... blu'e ..,:' sa-" "
witoaimpe-rn staghekrtmn ,drp toin.The Emaie Ids:-of-hoorere
edinbckinalag eou ro ressed in whte satin dre~-fl*sses i
whic flowedy thie exterad long feturingiorselerteubqdicesro, and:!
treain. o- he bahrfre ouffntskirt's, an.d Gecia dia-se .

Ther veidl gofn brialilsio feicly Folwn theiiuscr
ntirsofromd satin toqde. Sheloog y, asumptuonusrecpto dtr
wans drese by thegn sipie mll-nw th Alfresad Vieyx i la e w s at-1""
edinteratkional daresmae ro Mrs. tedrsed by whun atndredssof guests,
Adele fassie.ad therexcoiffure including Govrnmlente bofficias, nd :
wrasn aragdbyhran Dpomfantsicts and the tpscial i-?i
Mers Keria of theda chlic od esl straowing ofP-uPhfer whliho ther- '
of Pot-aus-Prostinctqe. She arrie a nwydsuleft-uors thepironey-
whit pdraerse boo toped we-nwithemo Atfe LabouxVle aws.t,
worersationa shoesstio-mader, byMgreatedistinction'ras Managerts of

Coupe. Ke aoh -hi thdes st 'f Pabu-o P Hotel Chiuchun Ise


*Matron-of-Honor was the dis- a Hungarian met his future wife
tinguished grandmother of the in Europe. He camne to Haiti lasL.'
bride, Mrs. Fernande Vieux who year.




K -...

PAGE 20 HAITI SUN SUNDAY, APRIL 22nd 1956
S, -Haitian Painters
Rated Highly
(Corttliued from page 1).
some of the Hitians. the Porto-
Rican Eduardo Vera Cortes and,
i Cperhaps, one or two others it is
Srod a* mol o unlikely that any of these paint- -
ers would receive serious atten-
A '1 N. 1 tion in a world Center such as,
New York.
Amongst the artists who did
not receive Grand Prizes we felt
UKthat Rronald Yang of Curacao,
Lucila Engels of tlat same coun-
try, Manuel Acevedo of Porto '
Rico and Owen Douglas Bris-
bane, Jr. of St. Vincent stood
out. On the other hand the two"
entries by the Dominican
SReublic painter E d u a r d o
:'...'l.M a a r- tin ez de Ubago. seem-
Captain Etienne is shom with ,Surete Nationale, officers ad ins- .ed, in their attempt at amoder-
tructors, at the Center of Instruction a sid Application at Sens, grouped nism crude and harsh, remote-
aroun4 a model of a small French town tuhat is used for instruction. ly influence by Picasso and Ta-
mayo.
CAPTAIN ETIENNE IMPRESSED The group of ten painting-
CAPTAI ETIENNE IS from Haiti which with Jamaica,
BY FOiREIuN POLICE received the largest numb er of
Ce ro Ic n POLICE sHopnorable Mentions of any P
fl p nS (Continued from page 1) country -struck us as outst a-nding
Here are ten artists of ihdividiaa-
round of visits to schools and the Internationale de Police Crimi- lity, vitality and with a definite-
headquarters of French law en- nelle, Haiti may soon become a I' increasing authority. Of all
S. .forcement agencies. His visits member of thisgroup, whichlhas the countries represented Haiti
included calls on the Police Ju- no frontiers when it comes to shows the results of the more
diciaire an Qual deI' Orfovres, tracking down wanted men. He than a decade, during which its
particularly the Brigade Crinmi- commented on this groups sys- artists were organized and en-.
nelle and the Brigade Mondaine tern of communication and ex- courage on a national scale.
Aand the Service d'lndentificatioin -plained that when a crook comes Most of those shown in this ex-
Judiciafre. He saw thb School of imder the eagle eye of this or- hibition, notably Antonio Jo-
the Prefecture of Police, and the ganization he'll be found, even seph, Castera Bazile, Wilson Bi-
International Commission of Cri- if he chooses to hide out on the gaud and Enguerrand Gourgue
minal Police. Moon. have met the test of exhibition
Captain Etienne inspected the The handsome police officer, in the great centers of art of Lar
va rious divisions of the famed with a smile, explained that he tin America, the United States
French Service de Surete of the naturally visited the famous and Europe.
Interior, on the famous a la Rue French Army Cavalry School at Castera Bzie's painting Ca-
des Saussaies. Saumur the Captain is a fine ribbean Distracetions, which oiin
: ,Leaviog Paris he toured the horseman and polo player with first prize in; tie Alcoa Steam-
Centdr of Instruction and Ap- his two teen-age sons keeping as- ship 'Company's Caribbean' art












BJ^^^HJshi Company's Caribbean I^?? artll
plication ot the Surete National tide Of him on the polo field. contest last September at the Na-
at Sens, the Functionaire de Coin Captain Etienne sqid that aft l tional Academy of Design in New
missariat de S ture at Orleans, this busy observation trip he York, is one of the featuLre at-
Sthe Gkhrde Republicaine, the Cent will put into use the new police tractipns of the exhibition. There
ei of i fAstructio of the 'Gendar- methods applicable to Haiti. are 129 paintings all framed,
merid Nationale at Charenton CLASSIFIED ADVT. well catalogued and very well
and -the- school h' Officers of Employment desired. Young hung. In last year's conipptition
Gendarmerie Nationale in Mu- lady, typist graduate of St. An- Alcoa bought 27 of the exhibited
.'kin. thony's Academy in Jamaica, paintings for poster and other B
i MA BkAMEMBR specializing in Commercial cor- publicity. Bazile' aComnbat tde"'
0IM MAY. B E respondence, English-Spanish de- CoqszM was one of those puremhas- --
As a result f his visit to the sires position. .Apply chez Bas- ed.
headquarters of the Commission tien, Avenue Ducoste, No. 9
Alco reresentatives .Jose*:4_
Nadal and, Company 'announced
.-.JWERYFO M Nthat the exhibition was intended
to encourage art in the Carib-
'bean area and that the paintings
MEN OF DISCERNMENT LOOK TO on display represefited the best
K work of some 14 countries.

HICKOK FOR THE BESIN Chamber Opens
(Continued from Page 1)
JEWELRY STYLING ti's legislators, Senator Fombrun
won great applause.
Mr. Adeiphin Telson, Minister
So Hickok Proudly Presents of the Inteilor Justice & Na-
tional Defense spokb, emphaslz- YA
ing the policy of the Government
Magic Islands Jewelry. which advocates action in Its
stupendous program of develop-
ing the country. He closed by
congratulating the Chamber
Cupturing The Flavor Of The For East. members for their intelligent and
devoted collaboration with the
Government in the past, and for-
With -the Durable Hickok Quality med the wish that even closer
cooperation be used for further
expansion of the national pro-
Belts And Jewelry. gramme.

na T anrrruru.2Requtiem Mass For Don Mohr
.-.r Uf IVNLLRLljjj11DWill Be Held Tomorrow
"Pi& I,3RARANTW' 'l i A Requiem Mass in memory of ..
11,. i-ONMDRED, I and long-time resident of Port-au
4j r ,.AT, ,Prince, will be held tomorrow,4b
65'UU TIS NYININS OEmorning, April 23rd, at 7:00 e pile Rtf Rgj[\
.-. -. thedral. .

,. '"THE WORLDSH0E

""/ FOR EVERY OCCASION .i
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