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Haiti sun ( October 29, 1950 )

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Title:
Haiti sun
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Newspaper
Publisher:
R. Cheney, Jr. ( Port-au-Prince, Haiti )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )

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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE


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RefubUaue d.imai


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rglar Bags
"Loot
m'i Bumms


ri-Malherbes Dardignac and
boys are looking for the bur-
:.Who visited the eSource Sa-
.9me nf Mari'us J. Bummn of
U.S. Naval Mission on the
t of-,Aneu't 14th 15th and
Moved $80.00 worth of'cloth-
.;'"Buxin reported to the
,Dimanche investigators that
kr lar broke open the glass
tsie bathroom window and
!wved two pairs of Florsheim
R.s a pair of pants, several
6 and a pair of nylons. No
S.'was stolen.


10 0/o Traw

NEW THEORY
ON BREA'S.
DEATH

May, Have died At Home
Of Mistress Of, Natural
Causes


IEVIL CAR
LKES 2 LIVES
CX-DES-BOUQUETS
;.speeding automobile involv-
two. accidents in the interval
two emotion-packed Iinutes
witnessed last Sunday even-
by the crowd emerging from
bane .Yaya,, a night club in'
ix des, Bouquets. Two. 'of the
'e victims succumbed several
-s later after being rushed to
General Hospital.in Port au
&ee from -he scene bf, the acci-
, ,near the' Police station on
corner o th town's wide new
[n street.
ead.. of injuries fron a .'fractur-
skull and hip, and a broken
-is young Rodrige Pierre-
i,. a CCI (Campaign Against
sets) employee,'. who : dtqod
f'tke curb talking,with a fi-
i S.'Wisner, while he waited
board' a bus that would carry
[t6 im ~lonue in Citd' Magloire.
iaUnfeur Mecine Nazaire at
twlieel of the speeding car,
e past too clbse 6 -the,c-rb,
ciln' up the hapless'oimg
iai]Eowing him a distance -ef

ttmute t Hlspltaj
H e Injures more, :' /
he'' mangled, body 'of Iterre-
hl was at first placed in Na-
reXs car to be driven by 'the
Wr' to the hospital. It .hd to
transferred to another vehicle,
4ver, when Nazaire. shot the
n.to first gear, and"did a .dou-
-tkke of bis first mistake.,The
snatched'up two motorcyelists,
f. Blanc and Gilbert Rene.,
mnc suffered fatal injuries .and
pired a few hours after beint
fitted to the hospital. 'The in-
ies sustained by his fellbW-mo-
ftyclist Gilbert Reni6 were :nt.
ie d'. ", i;'. ', :

oe placed .the, spe-happy
ur ,ho apparently had lost,
n 6i of the wheel/,under arrest.
he Coix des Bouquets Justice
e Peace, the Honorable Pra-
.Dubiton and a Garde d'Haiti
[ier, Lieutenant Mauley Lamar
:wIo. witnessed the accident, ac-
manied the three victims on
trip to the General Hospital.


Norma Chauvet
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Joins Rockette Girls

At Radio City
Norma Chauvet, the beautiful
17-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Rico Chanvet, has been
signed up to join the famous
Rockette Girl.s, in Radio City,
New' York.
Already a talented dancer with
a gorgeous figure, Norma was
given a contract after her first
audition.


The aRo'kette Gizis" are We
mo- famous dancers in Manhat-
tan. The:' give three shows a day
in ih',ianfih Radin CityV Mllstc


Ill ingi gl,
Hall in th
and are,
attractions


h'e felt the presence of a strang-
er in his,h,9me.- .... ...
Leaving his -bed, he felt ,his way
to the bathroom where he. heard
a slight.'noise. Upon switching on
the bathroom lights he felt a
person passing and reached, out
and grabbed the shoulder of'a
small man, or boy. The'intruder
wriggled free from his grasp
and Mr. McCormick heard him
jump ..through' the window and
give a short warning whistle
which apparently was intended
for accomplices awaiting to re-
ceivd the booty.
Mr. McCormick who is blind
gave out the cry: eAu Voleur!l
His daughter and son-in-law, Mr
and Mrs Guy Barreyre who oc-
cupy the neighboring house at
Turgeau discovered that the btir-
elar had artistically removed the


ie Rockefeller Center I ass of the bathroom window
mone of the b touist by. stealthily cutting the wooden
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SUNDAY, AUGUST 19th 195FO "- NoA Y'UJ
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vel Tax J*oAttG n Ocr0

EisVJehower's Signature En@
Long BatLe To R t te U.S. Ta
,, Haiti Will:Ben _.,ikit;.
: Pre'sideflt Eisenhower has sign- thips ieWS,'a.zqo a it.:'.a,
'ed legiildtion removing the 10 Karwict, ecuive ..e..p. i
per cent tax on travel to the Ca- .the' CTA. 'Melbers."o-.hei.(f4
ribbean -artea, to take effect on individually" and'"
'October 1. have fought gaiAstii 4
eWe of the Caribbean Toutist minatory Vax sicei, ;
Association are'very gratified at members should '.,gi$, i% -'
-- .-,.: ..tbetiel~ts?. isfptl__0


< ( ** '' th? cpz~l~g~aeaaonri~'A -' \~vi-.' 'j,-
Autlor C'ave *
See's Old' Laco ,
C ,iu tryt By Muk -ea,
A'' .orWrI.b~S
Hugh B. Cave, authoi.r .o -High o fasd'tb
Roa4 To Adventure,* 'ak'd'n'?,&eJ94
rous fiction and non fiction article" pIF A
on Haiti made 'a ten-diay mule-.trip 'V
Through .the Northwest te-i-t :ry to .as (a
see what the old .Caco. c -i .nvy de 4li
looked like, .' VcL'., i'st... Eed' 'o""t4EfL
(-ave .who flew, backtU his .*Rho- U. t
de Island 'home; Satrilay, sais- '- -fel t
orm K.lE
fi-d that the country; where i.qcali' .0'f.,'
g;ierilas launched thliur resistance TpieN
against the Marine Occupdtich, Wa' ,E.y...)'....r:) 1 ta .
one of the'better 'off-arti..fi the iO;ed'. $xmtetbt -
.epublic. At, :It' 'l
Mr. Cave vhbo was cc'nn.anjed 'pettenut",.rean
by Father Smth. former ptr i vsW, b" -th-' Qai
or English at Ueye? i9einiriake; raeatiqn; insiste4:tat.lit'ItuA ^
.dnllege St. Martial, said'tie 6 og q- rrdved -fro m'et ;A iS
tr'nous area of .Grose'R-che, was y. .. '1Y :,.. .. ': : .'--
wefl-foreited and the pnopc'-ap- ...n. ed'py p '
p'nred to be well-off the;.q"'-kets '- '' : '
Lefng-full' dL:prodduce-,ad ;m~or- "I
led articles from :.Port-auiPrrce:. Ne Wv u ;r'j PWe -R '
The only 'regret Cave.iha.j: r. the SJ -] '" ",.
tp is Uat they didn'hiv- time 7_ ait
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'0 ~ I vii otc"pi yiq .4rhse1~ I
co leaders was .don `e6H' toAtdealh ..
-two 'marines. wbf -... estrigdis v4gr.ess'" '.%cav '. tesk'
bide-out disguised asbacosd pet during 'ti.'omiW win-
er;..'.fe 4 t
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tez~ rasdo, 'wno' t-' :f"'-"b'"o
DRUMS OF RE'OLr boa'd "18pe
'Drums of Revolt., is the tentative se 1ti4, n
-tifle of Mr. Cave's new novel on stween 'nd- 'ibe r" .'1-g
Haiti which he disclosed i. nAw, in Forty-tw-oft 't w f
the bands of the prntdr -int En- h- ..
IlrFd. The bovk which has Haiti W- nd the.':.
is a setting is, f ctino .ar. g ,,ex, A ". '
A1"
peeted to hit the book sta::s .; late T.e'r. by Ir-
December. T' '" w I.'.s made .
A profilic writer, Cavelas.a ar Caro n and .atn' Am.ie.ot
iele coming ot,'in. Th6e:me. -TRAVEL .COUi 'who.s.el..
cas. which wll be' very .tmo6)i set kown inAliaiti an o piaye',A
';r the edificatioh of thie winter a' key role i',developing wnter
ti urists. Titled "For. Adven'ture' cruise brz1esidfov. this coungir':
T'y The Back oad.of Haiti, t eA- t during re. f yeirs. The f i-'
..... .dmng 9t- eWt ,yehr. eJ-
"uorages the visitor to 'ave the "gujse .lghUglte:d the TReVJEL: "'
Mig city, hire, a jeep or car and COURA' nuidal cruis"'W-,i-,i.
-ee the interior., : mary .cove.ng. the West Indies
and.South Americ.::'. -:.'
S Total.-c' i seo' 9ty o(.th&.
NO hUINY WAR shipsj schbd -Iifkt vilinter -.
The '-Haiti Sun' is checking vabatibneia V ,'biti "is 21,61."c
the validity of the accusations Last year cruisee ships,'cared 94
made'in a paid notice which ap- percent of ap4$ ty, an consi-1'.
peared in last Sunday's edition derirg the ad$l piece of tlii year's .
signed by Mrs Jane ]3arbancourt traffic to the-:Catbbean area, ,.
ILnge, under the title 'Wicked there is eveqy reason to believe', .
Pglot 'Against Jane Barboncourts. berth occupa... will be at- least.-.'
P flminary probing has dis- as high as drnzig the,' ;d55s,
'a "that there is no basis to son. : : ';'. *... .. .. -
ge aleed defamation c 4ai n.
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Police this week are working on
a new theory 'on how Lohis Brea
met his death, oi the 'night of
'' July 23rd at Sarthe, a short dist-
S- aice from the home 6of his young
mistress.
If the alibiloI Suspect No. 1 can
be proved *awtr-tighl; then 'the
police- feel Brea'may have; died ot.
a hi heart attack while in' the home
9' Suliand Gabriel, and'that'after
4eath, 'the body was dragged 'to
the roadside by the fear-stricken
miqtress' family.
The body, of Brea When fouaid
sowed bruises, hId asphalt burns
nd horse mtm w hich indicated
sd ead ben dragged a. sb rt dist-
ance across tew road. -
M"' An autopsy perfo .rmed 'at the
SGener al Hospital revealed thit'
ldath had..eo 'caused by.- beart
ratlure.. TPte deceased ,was a car-

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For. zdenagers"f1 of. 120serent te_ de adman, a hrte sthrdk de-
arts of the world are joined. -. o- ree h'Mvon. a*i Great Inspe"tr
gethew 'here ) b the Red Cros s -!General of' the Grand Orient d'.Hai
the first Juionr Red Cross Intern- t 'Lbdga, had b.een..empyyed as a1
ational Stzudy Cente? evedr to be mechanic at the Mevs Rubber,





heliad. "' 8, ofe U.S F 7, .N '.a y 1 10. .. ...w ~ r ia
heldn thee U.S. Fdr 12days.e110 Shbe Factory t Cbancerelles. Mar-
students worked 'and tdiedto-, e'd nd 'f ath ...of '..f.. o whom
gather at-Hood.'College,. Frederick., 'were born to' h! lawfuflydedded-
Maryland, exchanging infosrnttoi wfe. sgve-n, others wee,-sied*ith
:,bout -" tfeirresjtectivI,. ..countries o'u"tdwoie.if), Loh.
.. .. outsidee w m n ,Lhfis.e'Bg s fully
and learning about the worid-civde '1l'ohed..body found b. 'llly 'tour-
Red Cross movement. Photo (Topj. ning vendors oith i c:the
1pin Yetdos o'.heir '*.,ay t h
"(I-R.)' Montes Gesne', Rue Mgr. mnatkdt 0on Tuesday,` Ytly 24th,
fGuilloux 132, Port-au-Prince, Hditdt carried shoulder 'bruises ahdevi-
,and Da!id Groh, 17; ,O 1270-E dence -of 'having.' been'stitck-'n
18th St, nBroo' l,' New, York.. the"'groin- ". :.'. ''i., '
Below (L'-R)8 zith 'Jane Best, -
15, of 401 N. Walnut, Corado Blind,'Man
spZ,0s IorZ %.d to Routs Burglar.,,-.
Bdliard, 18, of. Rue NO.. 10. Cap .. ..=
Haitien: ((See Story Page 3) William McCormick was awak-
pnpi sat. 11:00 P.M.. Monday when


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* President Magloire
Open Panama
Pictures Exhibition
: His Exc. Pail E. Magloire, -Pre-
, ..'Ident o0 the Republic adrairist bis
i n:..tary entourage oroned the ex-
j.hsibition 6! pictures of the& P iama
..Ccngress .in the Ch-. ncellery .ast
,.'..Thursday morning. The Chief of
':,'Stale appended the first signature
1 to the Chancellery's .Goldef Look.
n.' "iter be was welcomed by 'ecre-
tary. of State for Foreign Affairs
p &seph D. Charles and SI'P C uec-
/t'.. Denys Bellande.

H Hydro. Electric Plins
For Artibonite Valley
'The ODVA's Administra. i v e
Council 'held a closed-door me.tuing
Jl Thursday to continue jii.cus-
&.atws on the Hydro-Electric rciject
.for the Artibor.ite ValUey l"aiti's
Sbifltlc Duviell" and'B'Mt' Holly
i.ft:'U.S. Ambassador Rny raseo
!iJ vis to discuss among other tbYrEgs
| :"^..financial ai' of the Inport.Ex-
i$.rort Bank of Washington in IMis
project, Eijmbank experts Mr.
lttl.anek Kimball and WillmT.'Den-
"iiu.vsonMflew back to Washir.,gln on
1'; Tuesday of this weel%.
yThe ODVA officials followed 2
b IgsyT later.


Officers and Coast Guards
To Get Training Abroad

Coast Guard Captain EFdwird 0-
ziol goe5 to the Naval Cezce of
PbiladeLph1ia tc specialise in dm-
- ge control a .plir'. of l'he new
jo.nt programme run by the- Hal-
ti.n Army and the American Nav-
al Mission for the technical train-
ing of army officers and sailors of
'he Coast Guards.
Midshipman Maric- Mon ; r 1 u i 1
w'ho is studyir-g refrige!.e.;,en. at
N,.rfolk is expected to return to
Haiti in the next two m,,nrths.
wile Mr Bazile Claude lewv to
tht U.S. on Thuirsday to study ra'-
rdo-communication at the N-rfolk
Naval. Base.


Religious Seminar
In Capital

Mgr. Poirier, Archbishcr )f Port
au Prince opened a two-day sem-
inar on Thursday of Superinrs' of
tOe different Catholic urdils re-
perented in 'Haiti and a..pPLially
fnr those devoted to teaching. The
aim of the seminar has bren to
ensure cdeepel religious training
tor the schools in their care


K Foreign Minister Jh. D. Charles Receives
N4H.gh Panamian Decoration
ip:i0.ieign Minister Tosep,.. p.,'gloire to the Congress of Ameri-
r iAWrtles, received anobfie idistine- can 'Presidents.-Minlster Charles
f.wheuti dting.an -impreive. in proposing a toast'to the health
cpeitoy. '--at: .the' th"ndeljery and prosperity of President Ri-'
this't:..week. Seno' Aurellq. cardo; -Arias Espinosa and the
4.b ;:'Ancasssado1i.'of- the Re- people of Panama stated: eThis
it 'uf4ii na" deoortA.b.d.uim is the country which will guide
bC d--ta!f4 C.plx, '.Cf 'the. the peoples of America to the
IM 4 k-' Baibp: '6r46r. high .'goal towards whichh they
Shihassad Ouardi, -prent- are aspiring
-dtu. dqotratouX&Jhhf ofi Among the ,personalities pre-
,Rea itiett:frrhd,"Wihid sent during the' presentation
p&e the.-o.t te..tdlti Ii'al tfes of were:. Mr, Adelphin' Telson, Mi-
!phlp' tbrit" itxn-? a a 'to sister of the Interior Justice and
b -eaItI. He-wasIghi. 'his: raise National Defense;' Mr. Sac
;t Ulster Charles.- whoni', -'he ques Franigots, Minister of the
i1lei,d, as'-,a great, statesizaan. 'Presideney, Senor, Luis Arrojo
e n .e0 Ghaweslot of Hiti; aftr Parejo, Amnibassador of Venezue-
0* .reesing.'his thanks. fr this Ia, Senor Cesar Garizurieta, Am-
tioi potifferred upon.. him. ', bssador of. Mexico, Colonel Hen-
.. in glowing terms of the" ri Ffls-Aim6, of the cEtat Major
t '' mp n't. 1d people of Pa- of the Army, Ambassador Cler-
He. spoke of his personal mont, Senator Louis' Bazin, Mr.
64iessions received during his Daniel Theard, Chief of Proto-
t:i::, t. Visit' to Panama, where col, and numerous Government
Al&'; ,he accompaniedd 'President Ma- officials.


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Keith Studying Local
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XCaridad Wrecked
At Source Matelas

No casualties were reported as
s ling boat 'Caridad- wrecked off
tre Sourer Matelas Coas' last Sa-
turday morning with its charcoal
cergo.


10 pr. 100 TRAVEL TAX ON
TRAVEL TO CARIB TO GO OCT.


Kermit Keith arrived Tuesday
rom Washingicn for a month's va-
-ation in Haiti The rrofeitcr of
A.cbitecture on the.F.cuitv .if Ho-
aard University whovisited tre of-
f;'ces of the Sun' on. rhursday
morning, stated 'tha hi- s.ioitrn
s :n connection .wit2. the v.,>,y of
Caribbean Architecture, ,:ir(illy
tlrt which is to be found in Ilaiti.
Mr. Keith, house gues: the
Pierre Monosirrs covlidea Ib.iL he
is designing a house for, his hosts
!bzt will be erected at tht: ;ri.per-
": in Rue de la Bllee Et,-ije. at
C.rrefour When your Rep-jr'ter
pried a bit as to the type of .'nuse.
it would be, the young Architect
rmiled. ,'nd sair"- Pierre s thste
'uns to 'moderns but he R.tirmcted
thr-t his house must be'adifterrur.
Thi is is'the Howard U'iv-r sity
Prnf.'s second3'isit to.. Hqiti. biv-
!rg looked i> on the Repubiic,for
a while.last year. He saye that it
i easy to make this country a va-
rt.iton' habit..'

Mr. Keith holds a Bachelor de-'
'ree from Howard and 'bt- ined
hir Master's frum the CaLhnhlc Un-
iov-rsity of America, in Wishing-
ton, D.C., though b- is no' or the
Crtholic faith. He nanti,..ed that
Howard Univetsity's Medical t.ebho-
ol has had the pleasure ',f nvera]
Haitian students, but' so far. lone
h've as yet enrolled in thl Univer
ritv's School of Archite -'ure. He
v.ould like some-day to he ab'e to
welcome young Haitian st'd,:is to
f*.E Architectural Divisi-.n. Miss
Adeline p-uilbaud attend: H-ward
Mr. Keith stated, and ter taer.t ih
highly praised in the Music Con
F.rvatory there whpre she is en
rolled.


rHiE CAR OF THE YEAR


VISIT S H A S A SHOW ROOM TODAY


(Continued from page 1) da, who gave invaluable aid te!
Representative Bill Tandtaff the campaign for repealing the
of Florida originally sponsored travel tax, and to whom, Mr ,i
the bill, H. R. 5265, to which the Karwick states. .the Caribbeat
Caribbean Tourist 'Association Tourist Association owes whole;
lent its full support in 1953 with a hearted thanks.* Other facets Otf
brief in which the importance of the campaign'. in addition to the.,"
tourism to the Caribbean area brief which was sent to Presi-'
was sumrnmarized. Among other dent Eisenhower, Vice President
Settings, it 'as pointed out that Nixon, Secretary of the Treasu-.
as early as .-1946 the then Anglo- ry Humphrey and the members.
American Caribbean Commission of the congressional committee..
recognized that the only indust- working oa the bill, included: .&:
ry capable of meeting the needs resolution passed by the Carib-:
of an ever-increasing population bean Tourist Association and'
was the tourist indtistry; "that the Caribbean Commission sent.'
progress in the development of to ,the,, same list of legislators.:
facilities aid promotion of the a concentrated flurry of wires'
area since 1A49 has been an im- from ill members of the CTAat
'portant factor in the economy of various times when the bill thre-
the Caribbean; that' efforts were atened never to get out of corn.2.
being made..ta..leigthep the towu- mittee members with backa:'
rist 'season and to create a trend ground information.
for summer .travel to the Carib-
bean alfea. However, the travel The Caribbean Tourist Altpo,
tax irasfthe greatest single deter- citation was not, naturally, theI
rent tb the development' of the only group working on a cam-
summer tourist trade because of paign for the repeal of the tax,:
the'lower average income of and from time to time its o-ff-J
thosq able to travel'in the sum- cials were approached by other:
mer, and though 'air carriers and groups for the purpose of ally-'
hotels were cooperating in doing ing themselves with them. The,.
wbhat they could to keep prices ,CTA,. however, stayed separate 1
down, the tax itself was the equi 'For two important, reasen&-- A A
valent of a week's stay with a representative of a number of"
meals at many establishments in .foreign governments, it was felt.I
the area. that it should not associate it-k
Another loss of revenue be- self with groups who were ask-.
cause of the tax was in the wint- ing for complete repeal of the,'
er cruise season, the CTA brief tax whicl included the domestic:
continued. Because a. call at a tax. Most important, it wah'
South American port made it thought that the linking of the%.
possible for the ticket for the domestic issue to the bill might
entire cruise to be, tax-free, kill it and indeed, this almost.
many ships iby-passed possible proved to be the case at one.
Caribbean islands. Now that the point. The CTA appeal was baR
tax has. been removed, travel ex- ed entirely on its discriminatory.
perts are predicting that some feature of excluding the Carib..,
cruise itineraries for the coming bean from benefits enjoyed byzF,
season may be changed, and fur- Europe.,
their. revisions are almost certain aThe success of the CTA. i -
to become apparent in coming helping to bring about the rnl
seasons. peal of,the ten per cent tax pro'.
On the- other hand, the addi- yes once more, said -Mrs. Ka-j
tion- of tourist dollars to the eco- wick, thatt P.o. island orscouptry;
nomy bf the area would, it wvas however lare4 or' small, would
pointed out, put the countries have been able to accomplish
in a better .position to buy U.S. this all alone. However, the
goods and 'thus benefit U.S. in- union of many governments in.,
dustry.. ,the CTA, all working together'
Representative La n d t a f f was did accomplish something whicl
succeeded in Congress by Repre- will be of inestimatable value to
sentative,Dante Faseell of Flori- the area as a whoe.


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SUNDAY, AUGUST 19th 1956

Chidef Engineer of
SS Osiris Passes Away
On Entering Aux Cayes
Funeral services took place in
Aux Caybs last week for cSir Ha-
mes-, Chief Engineer of the S.S.
cOsiris,, a Dutch merchant vessel.
Mr. Hanes succumbed 'to a heart
attack shortly after the boat sail-.
ed into the port of the southern
city. Legal formalities were fulfil-
led by the local authorities, as is
the requirement under. such cir-
cumstancds. ..: ..-


Haiti at Tutelage Council
Debates In New York
In New York, from August3rd
to 10th, the Tutelage Council re-
sumed its 18th session and sti-
diedhtTft' thb -q bestion of the
future of Togo territory- which
is under French Administration.
At the opening of the debates,
Haitian Ambassador Dorsainvil-
le demanded an explanation from
the French Delegation, Mr. Ro
bert Bargues (France) answered
that his government refused to
share the responsibility incur-
red' by the Council on post-pon-
ing popular consultations and
that it would take place at the
appointed date without the U.N.
observers.
These observers would be pre-
sent ih Togo, next Octoitr, when
the population of this territory
would choose by referendum a
statute which will permit them
to have self government or to
retain the tutelage system.
Haitian delegate Dorsainville
had to declare during" the Au-
gust 8th meeting that 'the alter-
native offered to the 'population
by the referendum was absolu-
tely unacceptableD to his delega-
lion.
NOTICE
The Union School announces
that registration for the school
year 1956-1957 will be taken at
the school on Monday, August
20th and Tuesday, August 21,
1956 from 8:00 to 12:00 o'clock.
Classes will begin Monday,
Sept. 3, 1956 at 7:55 A.M.
FOR SALE
Union School has used students'
desks and chair which it will
sell on a first come first serve.
ed basis. This furniture will be"
on sale between the hours 'of
8:00 to 12.00 o'clock on Thurs-
day, August 30, abd Friday Au-
gust 31, 1956. '

ENID MOSIER,


And Her"Trinidtadian
AT RIVIERA HO'


HAITI SUN


Tie delegation received at the Air 'Port obf Dr. Louis -Roy,' '
PresidLent of theRdd Cross. .
cTHE CHILDREN OF TODAY ARE THE MEN
AND WOMEN OF TOMORROW)
I think that the Study Centre S13 different'countries likely to
of the Junior Red Cross at Hood improve the.friendly relations
College in Frederick, Maryland,' between, nations. I believe that
har. been the best opportunity Haiti's Juniors have acquired
offered to Haiti's Juniors to learn more experience in friendship
more about the Red Cross dur- and international understanding
Ing peace and war, the preserva- and that the study centre. of
tion of life, Community service, Hood College in Frederick, Mary.
interniotfHinI relatHnnc andt Hie land has .mrmrnd th. h bsct ail-


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DELEGATION TO FIRST JUNIOR

RED CROSS INTERNATIONAL

STUDY CENTER EVER HELD IN

U.S. RETURN ENTHUSIASTIC '

Six. Haitian delegates return- dad, the U.S. (including Hawa.ii
ed from a miniature U.N at Hood and PNerto Rico).: ;:
College, U.S. last Wednesday. Among the subjects discussd"
Returning from the first U. S. at the conference were the cReodt.
International Junior Red Cross Cross in peacp and war*,, the .1
study centre were Montes Ges- .Volunteer and the Red .Cros#*,.
ner, Mireille Balin, Maxime De- and sHeaIlth %4 Safety$. HM-it1
houx of Port-au-Prince, Yolende ever, the Red Cross authoriie. *y
Beliard of Cap-Haitien, Berna- said the major purpose of t .ii
debte St Plerie of Gonaives and centre was ,as members of eti. ;
Vannie Dorilas of Jeremie who Red Cross world to provide.,&
had been chosen bn'the basis of them with e broader knowileBel I
their outstanding leadership, of. the aims and programmes; of7 -
They exchanged information and the Red Cross.. Vi
learn about the world wide Red But it wasp't all work axld .-A44
Cross movement with delegates play for the delegates.-it-"Pi-
from' Canada ';Australia, The ,were. taken on a tour of;.
Ptilpjlfn&, E6s, d'oeffdan, Ger- hington, D.C. and parties
many, Italy, the.Bdsamas, Trini- in an q.quatie show, Piqn'o!
;-'1"i .:' talent a'nd stunt nights. "" a
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government of the United Sta- ers to serve.
tes. The meeting of Juniors of (S): Georges Clinton ...

Cthptain Eriksen.of Panama Line
Retiring to the' Farm After 50 Year of Sea
Captain E. J. Eriksen, Panama straighten out the matter, he was
Line's General- Agent at Port-au- 'not long in winning the' esteem
Prince over the past three years add confidence of all who had deal
has retired from his post, after ings with him. Captain and Mrs.
25 years of active service with the Eriksen became a part of the bu-
Panama Canal Compmny; Captain siness and social life of the Capit- 110 Junior Red Cross Students fi
and Mrs. Eriksen will leave the al, making many. friends among bled before Hood College in Mar
Capital shortly to take tip life on the Haitian people. -
the family farm in Maryland. The distinguished couple express Engineer for General Electric, at"
Arriving here in February 1953, sed their' regrets at 'leaving the the famous Dela Park in Clevel-
the jovial and distinguished silv- country they have grown to love. and, Ohio. They proudly presented
c;-haired -Mariner, with the Mrs. Eriksen said she had been him to their friends hereduring
thick Norweigian accent, brought happy here, and had it not been the to weeks he spent in Haiti.
new life and new friends into the that they missed their children
sphere of Panama Line's activities. and grandchildren whose homes Captain Eriksen expressed his
Gaining popularity from the first ahd activities back in the States thanks and appreciation of the
dav with h4s new personnel whei prevented the family's being to- kind patronage and support given
he showed tolerance and underst- gether as often as they desired, the Panama Line Panama Can-
anding involving a major error she would have- been content to al Company since his arrival here.
made by an, employee-going to have the Captain settle down in He also stated that he was grate-
great personal inconvenience to this beautiful countalry after his ful for the help and courtesies ex-
retirement, on August 15th. tended by the Fiscal Department
,. The Eriksen? had the pleasure staff, including the Director of
Steel Band 'of a visit, late last month, from Customs and Fort Offieials.
Steel Band their son Clifford,. an Equipment ustons and .ort fficial
EL^ JOHN CUSICK
TAKES OVER .


ERIKSEN'S POST

The new Director of the Pa-
nama Line in Haiti, Mr. John
Cusick, arrived here, accompa-
nied by his wife, last Monday
to replace Captain E.J. Eriksen,
who will be leaving shortly, aft-
er three years of service ii, Hai-
ti.
'Mr. Cusick holds a Master's
License in the American Mer-
chant Marine. and for seven
years occupied a post in the Pa-
narm'a Line Operations Depart-
ment in New York. For the past
two years he was Superinten-
dent of the Wharf in New York.
The 48-year-old-Officer d i d
a fine pinch-hitting job at
Pmoit-au-Prince from June to Oc-
tober of last year to relieve Cap-
tain Eriksen during vacation pe-
riod.
When he was interviewed by
the cSunb last Thursday, Mr.
Cusick Stated; 4. intend to con-
tinue the policy established by
Captaini.iksen for'Panama Line


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The old sea-dog who haki.spen.B
close to a half century as'idj
water sailor, said he was e te
same support and rela'tidshf
would continue under thei'-"nrc1
tion of his replacement, Mt;';. Ji :.
J. Cusick, the new General Agent:.
who took over on August 15th.. '

-In saying -.A&, Revo l,'theC
Captain stated, ,Mrs.' Eriksen anC..
I shall alwayx-eme efHal ..
and the pleas betphaiti

oour many ends. As a:4`.d
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frnment. Mr. '"aval was ...ected nesda
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Miragoane, 'Aug. 15, 1956.
fDear fo cs:
Ttlir -; "irs so much for seeing
me off Copid fi ask a little fav-
j.tt. Cax irnWheeler of the S. S.
4 -Salov furnian, told me thai
..here w:-re'c quite, a few friends
-'who calr eon board to wish me
i:cBon Voypgea early Monday af-
t-,ternoon. Do you think you could
i- ut in a couple of lines in the
SiSun' apologizing to all those
lywbo' did that In my behalf. Nev-
o.r ;thought I'd ever make the
iL hip. Last minute details kept
sue back and I wts deprived of
.aresing the hands of those ear-
y, :god-speeders.
Slept like a log. Up early next
iorring, tilen drove from Mira-
.ipa e where the ,Solon Turman
lV ed for cargo, to Petit-Goave
KAd had my last Haitian meal -
Ilmbie and v dtriz eol0 (red
1 8 and' rice). Jtta littlerestau.
^ eadj grieving for all my
:iends aid the gang a4t Point
Do call them and give them
'a. regards.
We are sailing for Antilla, Cu-
s to pick Lan 5,000 tons of sugar
4or Galve.iton, Teeas. Don't for-
J t;. to forwm'rd my CHaiti Sunv
jgularl3; news from Haiti will
BiW.IIsh a pleasure.
(s (sa Marie Walngford.


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REMY DELPHIN the first Haitian graduate in Forestry Science re-
turned home from Venezuela last week, after four yearn studies.
HAITIAN YOUTH COUNCIL MEMBERS Ernst N. Cineas, Ren6 A.
Benjamin and Madeleine Gardiner flew to Berlin on Saturday August
11th. They will represent Haiti at the World Assembly Youth Con-
gess which will take place in the former German Capital.
ST. ROSE DE LIMA TROUP numbering thirty girls scouts headed
by Melle Gladys Elie, will end a twelve day-camp at Macary, near Jac-
mel, on Tuesday of this week. .. .
Mr. HADJI VASSILIOU, Ambassador of Greece is expected to arrive
in Port au Prince soon to confer with Haitian officials.
Mr. ROGER DORSAINVILLE, Haitian Aibassador in Rio de Janeiro,
was chosen to represent Haiti at the 18th j:,ernational Geographic
Congress to be held in this city.
eMAGIC-CINEP was showing rR6seau Clandestine last Friday even-
ing when fire'started in the operator's booth. The panic-strickeb spec.
tators came back after the firemen had extinguished the fire to get
their money refunded. tMagic-Cine. was covered by -a $20,000 .insurance
policy. The Cinema is operating better"than ever. ..
ALL AMERICA CABLE had a minor breakdown last week.
Mr. SVEND AAGE VESTERGAARD' has been named Haiti's consul
In Copenhaguen, in place of-the late Mr. Boris Derusgitustki.
Mr. PIERRE DE BENEDUCCT replaces the late Mr. Alberto Sprat-
ley as .qaiti's Consul General in Lisbon, Portugal
Mr. RANBIZ SINGH has been appointed as th, first T1aitiap Consul
in Bombay, India.......
THE GC-1 'SAVANNAH' with an all-officer-crew left the Bizoton
dock last Friday August 10th on a cruise around the coasts of Caye-
-mittes slands.-. ,- ..... ....
GARRY DAVIS,' the World Citizen who spent three months here
in a Sixth Avenue Boiosse 'caille., at last has found a home. He's
settled in Bengalore, India, Last week, he reports, with the acceptance
of Guru Natarajan, 'We now have full authority to proclaim a United
World Government., It will have no program of action in itself, he
adds, but 'will reflect the. common will o01 mankind.,
RACING WALLOPED PETIT GOAVE THREE TO NOTHING on
their ground Assumption Wednesday. A large group of Port au Prin-
ciens were on hand to do the celebrating in the little epastal town.
DORIS AND ROBERT Cuban Apache dancers thrilled capacity crowds
in 'Smoky Joe's, Sunday' to Friday of this week: Their' 5 year-old son
watched their acrobatics from the stage.
TOURIST'S OPINION OF AN ISLAND. August 10th, 1956.
Thank you so very much for making our stay in Haiti so pleasant.
I have fallen in love with your country. It -"as so -weet of you *o do
so much for' us. '
We enjoyed our 3 days stay in the Domlnican Republic; the once
there is enough I am sure. The Ambassador is a very lovely hotel but
I have no desire to spend any more time in a dictatorship. On our
return flight to Miami there was a Cuban who had been pulled out
of bed at 8:00 that morning along with his wife who is a Dominican
taken to the immigration Bureau here the 2 were.separated, then for-
-ibly put on the noon plane with a ticket to Havana. The poor man
'vas naturally terribly upset at being suddenly deported for no reason.
He did not know if he would ever see his wife again and did not.have
so much as a tootbrush with him. The great 'Benefactor,.
-JET. MAGAZINE. i, its July 19th and 26th issues, carries elogious
articles on Brigadipr-General Antoine Levelt's recent goodwill mission
to the U.S. One of the articles is accompanied by a splendid picture.
of Haiti's Artny Chief of Staff, shown with Ambassador and Mrs. Mau-
clair Zephirin during an Embassy reception in his honor, at Washing-
ton. Gerri Major, lonstanding friend aid admirer of the Haitian peo-
pl sent copies of 'Jet' to port au Prince. %
LIEUTENANT PHILIPPE DOMINIQUE, the pride of the Cavalry
of the Armee d'Haiti, leaves on a mission to Jamaica, shortly.
MAURICE LIAUTAUD, Haitian Consul in Nassau, arrived from Ja-
maica last week.
QUATRAIN OF ACTUALITY to the J.oremians of Port au prince.
DECEPTION
r nut aside HAITI SUN where Rourner is creolising.
Rein. not able to find there my Jeremian bard.
r1 -hat heavy gibberish his great talent is sliding!
4nd his jargon which has no name is worth on!. less than nothing.
ZABULON
ENGINEER RAOUL NAZON is expected to clipper Statesides this
week to supervise material and equipment expeditions for Government
irrigation projects from U.S. Manufacturers.
RENE APOLLON, Lottery ticket agent who woos his clientele with
modern methods of distributing ball point pens, blotters, folders and
zippered plastic brief-cases, was the seller of the winning ticket in the
latest drawing No. 22035. The $20,000 went to six different holders
who picked their .billet, as follows: one person bought five coupons,
eatingg five which were purchased by five different people. Agent
Apollon says this is not the first time that he brought luck to his
'lientele which he serves from his headquarters near the Banque Po-
,ulaire Colombo.


hOTEL MANAGER FETED ON
BIRTHDAY

Lst..I Monday. the last summer
low of Hotel Oloffson the mobt
.'mi'ihtin(,t Haitian and American
\ aists around Mrs Laura Coster.
manager of the Hotel, who wa.,
tcicEbrating another birthday t-iii
-ersary. Singer and dancer Aric.i
.ic Dejoie animated the soiree.

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lier dances.
Amorc other guel ; were Mr
avd Mrs C. Wilson, de Morris ard
Viala Be'. stein, arUist Axel Hor..
his wife Ethel aid thEir soi ArIy.
Mr and Mrs Olenkov. editor Mary
Hin'is Neenah Stamber, Alfred
a n d Judith Werner. editor and
Mrs MN'zin Brisk, Mr and Mrs Pil-1
Lip Stic.-n, Mr. George Manley etc...


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SUNDAY, AUGUST 19th 1956 HAITI SUN PAGE .5

'--- -- - QSUN tificatlon to a letter published building a beach club ov any of
TH H I HA IJ SUN J t in the August 12th issue of iHal- the beautiful stretches of coast.
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER ti Sun : line? The sea, at a spot like Mont
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning ah o t routs, for example, with its M
Editer-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERICH Ie pr a of the flambo- u gravel- like sand would. it e
SGirant-Responsable PAUL E. NAJAC Bylant trees on the road of Petlon- a good site for a beach-club 'with
------ *----------------Villea- _was not undertaken by the dressingrooms, showers, refresh-
NCRET STRETelegraph Service. This work has ments, diving boards, etc. (and
CONCRETE STREETS DOWNTOWN Box 673 damaged the telephone wire- .ot .ecessarily for tourists, ei-
Downtown Port an Prince recently acquired a section of August 9, 1956. which was cracked with cmachet their )
concrete paved roadway. The Public Works Department, after Dear Bernard, te because it was done with- To ly my cards on the table,
digging up a portion of Rue des Miracles, opposite the ELM I noticed one error in the article out the control of this Admihnls. I am a visiting friend of Haiti
offices, and repairing an old drain, completed its work with on my speech which really should tration.L and think the country is as be'au-
a smooth, even, concrete surface, be corrected. It reads: 'By all Your Truly tfUl as one could expect. But
As the Grand'Rue which resembles a dry river-bed more means, he pleaded, do something DenysBeUande why on arth doesn't somebody
than a main street, has to be eventually paved, along with to help combat the superstition August 16, 1956. build a decent cinema house in
the other battered streets, there might be more foresight in that exists among the mountain Dear Editor : Port-au-Prince? One could almost
using cement rather than asphalt, folk., The Engineers and authorities say there are none here. Even by
It is a known fact that concrete stand the tropical sun bet- Already, one pastor has corn- who diverted the Kenscoff traf- Caribben standards, Rex and Pa
ter than asphalt, and using cement would mean patronizing mented that he did not underst- tic off the main highway down amount are atrocious, such sad.,
a local industry Ciment d'Haitiw. and that angle. As only a very a' steep egalettei, to avoid the specimens for a wonderful, in-,
small group of non-protestants in traffic jam in front of Jean Lu- creasingly modern trending Ca-
IF YOU LEARN, TO DANCE AT HOME YOU Haiti are not in the voodoo up to marque's WILL DANCE ABROAD their necks, name whom you wish either own tractors or in fact be (s) Beach-lover. :
Perhaps there have been as many opinions expressed on that is the last appeal I'd make. caterpillar drivers in their spare '
travelling as there have been travellers and the repetition of Actually, I urged legislation to im time. The steep, muddy incline Ed. Note-Kyona Beaqh is s*' .
platitudes is always to be avoided. However, it is an undeni- port materials create industry, re they chose for the detour cer- tested to the visitor writing -the
able fact that people abroad ate unofficial ambassadors of oresitration, and transplanting of tainly was not fit for goats, let above letter. It is to be found ep
their country. Consequently, they are individually responsible population per force. ,albne modern automobiles. the road to Montroais, andwhil
for their country's reputation and good name. Foreigners are Please, as an explanation .to my it -may not be exactly the Idea of.
inclined to judge a country by the people they meet from that friends, make that correction. I I know one driver of a to- his beach-ciub, he'll find that
country. Therefore, a Haitian abroad represents the entire believe that only the Haitian Chris dern, low-slung model auto who the d'Adesky's who recently ope.
population of Haiti tian can fight superstition; i. e. flatly refused to go down theslip ned their beach establishment
The best way to behave -abroad is to behave the way you the converted voodooist, way, even under eduressa and a had something like the one ag-
do at home with a greater accent on politeness and thoughtful- Otherwise, I thank you for a ve- threat to have his license revo- tested in mind.)
ness. always remembering that you are the guest and the oth- ry generous coverage, and hope ked.
er people the hosts. Good manners are international, and that it will help Haiti in some We naturally appreciate the ef- Dear vDisgust6D,
friendliness, politness and the willingness to get along with small way. Keep up the good forts of the Kenscoff authorities, . ..
A propose the A15 Forc~'.l t.
people are ever valid coins in world currency. It might help work. but at least, they ought' to have Launders whowas glvene F -
a great deal to speak appreciatively of the country's culture Sincerely, some consideration for the moto- city because of 'Ws Ie ., .1 "
and distinctive customs and admire the development of re- (s) Wallace Turnbull. rists. This steep-incline will ne- c it bas infj isa ....
and distinctive "customs adanlefedvlpeto r-oei alfgo)
sources (if there is no such development, cmum's the word-.) ver make a goods oad Or by- o ,e i s publicity W .k.. mt
This is not hypocrisy, it is discretion (the better part of valor) WHO MASSACRED THE FLAM p.s given . thsa p u-i..bslictw ..
and it will makd the -way much easier for fellow Haitians ab- BOYANT TREES? b "A Kenso6f Motorist. gvev to 8 months 5 houe n st
road. There is one final DON'T that is worth stressing. Don't Denys Bellande, Director Gene August 11, 1956.' Only four'months liave-be' -A
harp on the country's shortcomings. On the contrary stress ral v the SIPPF, presents his con- ,. voted to his Creole, so 6Er.y'.
,t! o- W . ,. 4 .'S .! "
the things you like and admire. gratuations to Mr. Bernard Die- The Editor, infor'ti'on DiSgu.ted; '. derich Director and asks him Haiti Sun, getarit;arrives here A. -m'i
N(O STREETS IN INDUSTRIAL ZONE ; to publish in the next issue of Port-au-Prince. t gst.so yog are flying sa
Factory ownes the u ze e cnd s newspaper the following note Dear Sir b: other.: .', '.: .
Factory owners in the industrial zone are complaining a. translated into English--as a ree Has "anybody ever.thought of (S) Informed.
not without cause of the conditions of the streets in the _________________________________________
section known as eChancerellesv. t '-., .
Despite;. the importance of the numerous factories operating ..
mT etese facts' Alo-n.s
there -their share in the Haitian economy is considerable *W'W
with more than a thousand of workers employed, .and the fact a, ..',.
State in taxes, apparently the repairs needed on the streets w hen you re sI oppIng r spairtp
of Chancerelles is a matter of indifference to the public ser-, .: .
vices. It would seem that the"e ate no more important than ''"
other streets. The two streets which cross this industrial zone ." .. ..
are streets in name only. Even the road leading to the Cit6 i'v ___.__' '
Militaire is not paved, and has been provided with no sid- There't only one reliable source for ''
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more than a path which has never been levelled off or prov- .J. -. .' "
ided with drain ditches. During the dry season, both of these --- -/
streets are transformed into a dust bowl. When the rainy sea- J. a /
son, comes, cars and pedestrians paddle unhappily through j
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CAROLINE PEZZULLO EXPLAINS PURPOSE OF ,JOCISTES HERE

MJis Caroline Pezzullo, Latin a detailed report on labor condi- girls exchanged views on the diffi- As is the case in other move- I tual goals of tl
American Delegate of the Inuterna- tions in Haiti. Miss Pezzullo also culties encountered in carrying merits of Catholic Action, it is cer in most cases d
tionai Bureau of Catholic Working stated that she would take advan- out their work. Their problems in tamin that the principles of the Ca- rights for full
Youta,, at United Nations, left Wed Lage of the opportunity presented preparing to engage in the battle tholic Working Youth will aid in ment. (lack of
nead'r.y after a busy five days here. by her passage in Haiti to assist of life, those arising in their fa- forming better christians and bet- working condi
She i, touring ten countries in the ihe local auxiliary in preparations mily lives, in questions dealing ter citizens, ries, miserable
Caribbean, and Central ahd South for participating in the next Cath- with marriage, amusement and re, Miss Pe-.zullo, at our request, freedom in trad
Ainetica, Haiti Venezuela, Brazil, olic .Working Youth Congress to creation were among the topics summed up for us, the ideals in tics, etc.).
Uruguay, Argentina, Chili, Boli- be held in aRome, Italy. discussed. They also discussed the back of the movement of the Ca-
via, Costa Rica and Guatemala. Miss Pezzullo spoke of her pleasure results of their investigations with tholic Working Youth organiza- aThe Catholic
Mi4s Pezzullo visited 4he .Sun. at being able to observe the regard to improving the conditions tion. She explained that it is believes young
Son. Monday morning, accompanied members of the Feminine Work- of the working girl. aimed at the young Christian trained in knoe
..: by the Reverend Father Pouli- ing Youth of Haiti on their Sem- -The Vialet Parish girls were ap- Workers in an international mo- his environment
i"uen. The pretty brunette impres- inar .at Kenscoff. Fifty girls from plauded for the good work they vement that covers 73 countries Pezzullo, A 7 ed.the -Sun. with her'deep sin- all sectors of Port au Prince, in- were able to accomplish, and of the world. It has a broad base work toward, a
c::/'erity and devotion to the work eluding 12 from the Vialet Parish their report was considered the of small groups in the cities and to ranch other
:.she is doing. A fluent Ind convin- were gathered at the summer res- best of all those submitted by the towis, composed of workerswho who together w
';d:ug speaker, she stated that the idence of the nuns of the aSceurs sections represented. They stated (a) discuss the situation of young help themselves
'.Catholic Working Youth organiz- de la Sagesse. in the mountain re that they were present to obtain workers at work, in the commu- As examples,
nationn is the only movement con- soht, under -the guidance of Reve- further information on the Cath- niky, at home, at leisure; (b) dis- merit leader sai
A..ecrated to organizing youth am- rend Father Le Saux, National olic Working' Youth movement in -rs the ideal of Christian the YCW leader
q. ng the working classes. She is Chaplain of the Catholic Youth of order to better understand and ev- living, of the p r inci p e s ship in trade um
n.,0 a'quest for information regard-, Haiti. Miss Puzzello heard the an- er strive to serve better. for a social order b as. or four have b
mti 'tie progress' being made by, nimial report made of the activi- The group of 40 young cJosis- e4 on the concept of Christian Chile they have
*:te ."movement in the countries on ties of the organization during the tes. (Juniors, which was oigani- justice and charity; (c) discover education cours
i, her Itinerary, and said that she past year. zed last October also made a rep- for themselves the contradiction .(Africa) there is
.has visited several factories and In an atmosphere of friendship ort on its work. This consists of between what (exists and what je for the
-*workshops here in order to make and mutual joy and fervor, the girls from all sectors of the Cap- life can and should hold .for Everywhere, she
-:. .., ;ital, adolescents who are about to them then to take action to is individual dec
.inish school, or who have airea- make this more of a reality in tion toward other
y' left. their own environments. called for by thl
,. The girls also seized the occa- aasmcalv the spirit of the The YCW in
5 ... sion of further studying the Jocis- movement is the realization of factorily, as pro
n .1 BY EMILE ROUMER -- JEREMIE Le doctrine what a militant. the importance of the individual inj of the 53 gu
En .1918, Franklin, Delano Roosevelt dobarqud Port-au-Prin- is, her necessity, the investigation as a human being. Miss Pezzul- Kenscoff this w
S.ee C te ouin archige at jeunessei beautE physique, am6nit6. campaign and its place in the mo- 1o continued, and a child of God the progress ma
.,Z moune td e0Ur uont 0umnt etcunv. ai ite u
nte toune t eduri o ou 1'. Oun vi nationalist, pu vement, etc. destined for eternal life. their influence,
'vt rd enrage centre l'occupation dEclare: -M' pas ta Jan- Special hours for prayer and me We believe that all of life, (and --rh-lms at wo
e i'eru que l6fllcains gain moune con ca nan nation yo!... dilation are a part of the girls' we are particularly dedicated to ,There is a Y
SaLOi, FruAfdl Delano Roosevelt te sous-secretaire d'Etat program and in the cool, cleansing the vocation of work) was meant nPrfment of Ha
i i/ l Marine, polyomeite, maladie enragE ca barrne ac Ii. Pour atmosphere of. the mountains the to help man to become complete pecially active
* et centre, toute Haltiens te contents deference jeune blanco a young women find a warm welco- human beings and to lead them work. Newspaper
o ot qteveui gris Sudre 'Dadiguenave, president d'HaitL me from the sisters of e Soeurs to their finpL destiny. in telling the c
%%.fMlfuins occupation te vexE qn pile pou oue gen people la de la Sages-es whd are congenial The young woman opined that tuation their w
'!4t Oeuonder. Roosevelt Comme Si 1' te fate ac on 1'gute pAte "d devoted hostesses durirt the industrial society we live in ing,, the Youth
" queyo. Certes, oun sympathie natural tW pote moquite rimin their sojourn. today not only denies the spirit ed.
'o:n n'honmmne qui ac oun sourire te dEgagE oun magnetisme
.:personnel.,
*. .Bon moune toujou'bon moune et ca amuse- m' pou oub sou- '
.ent oun fouled linopyime qul enthousiasme 1' pou n'homme,
p::-oun fetnme Sn".que od.u pas comprende raison; Salet ton-.
O Wjsalet, ye mette passer l'au universitE americaine, yo met- W
:: teai gros place, crasse la toujou paraite, U pas janme efface.
i: I toau'Cpmmunaute-TFouachie; oun-grand ,escogriff tap jappE
uh Ifois ac de consi'derations bfebs: 4
: -Oni. messiE. gen moin ou ca pralE a. bientot n'a capab -
S-achete fences Port-au-Prince cinq pou dLx cobs!...
...:- M' tap souri voix eunuque la quand oun habitant rale m'
.SOU c6tE:
S ---N'homme qa. palE trope. I'a faltoun djob deux gourdes!...
,Oui republique uas cab vive sans aristocratic, noblesse ro- ?
be,noblesse Epee. Lan tourmente n'ap passe, lan renversement
.valeurs 11 ta impossible pou oub oun de Gaulle, Gontaut, Bi-
ron, Huvghes, Arvame recevoi trente mulle dollars par an pou
i. servir interets ouni nEgrillon antlnais justan pour oun lecteur
.Magaine Time mande si 30O.000-dollars ga yo pas sonnin con
38 deniers.
Docteur Naumapn t'ap soin SEnateur David Jeannot qui te
assez mal en point. Lor zott crazE pares consenrits parce que yo
td vIe defehde intEr&t nation Ian zaffal figue-banane, David
SJeannot declarE Dr. Naumann impossibilitE pou I" continue
traltemeht. Devant grandeur oun eitoyen haitien' qul te prefe-
re mouri passE I' subi charitE. Dr. Naumann frappe pied I':
-Tonni, lan pays'm en Allemagne, de moune con ou, ce
statues yo dressed pou yo!....
David Jeannot, m'tE rinmin'l en pile. M'mande m' sil' pas *--- -."rV- .
ta touffe pou oue jodi a, jeune gargons qui mande enrager .4 '.-' .
pou laj.an mairesse Porto-Rico, Felicia Rincon de Gautier voye .. 0 r' .r'; i- .:+
pou sinistrds Jeremie, qui oui sept b6tes lan bataille pou sacs q" J ,, ",-' ": ... .
'vides qui pas comprende que pois ac duri la charity pas douE X' ., ..,,..:'-. -
sun .o o on qiVRDR
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he workers, batt
denies man his:'
human achieve-'
education, poor
tions, low sala-.-
housing, lack of.
de unions, poW.-

SWorking Youth:
workers must be ,
wing the facts of,
, stated Mis
having a cause to
nd in the abilty
young .woVeM
rll take action to:
'.
the youth move-.
d that in Japan.
rs are in leader,.i
lions where three
een started. In
* organized basic
es. In Camerons.
s a YCW in pro-
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declared, there
licatioa and ac-..
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Haiti, Miss ?ez-
progressing satis-
ved by the meet,
iris who met at
week to discuss
ade, the facts of
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A ,CRITIC, OF JACQUES LARGE'S BOO
4Chose-a et Gens Vusa (THINGS 'makes allowances for the super- must be pointed ou
AND PEOPLE SEEN) by Jac- I ficial views of tourists, one par- do not dlive on K
ques Lrarge. dons sensational newspaper ar-' the minain street (al
Am Impressive Title. tiles, but the printed page of North St.) and is o
A title like this immediately a book is more sacred ground, cipally by stores a
calls t5 mi;d the memoirs ot : If the number of pages devot- siness places. The
great writer, thinker or states- zzl to a particular city in Mr Lar- therefore between
mnan written with the maturity ge's book is any indication of house and way of lit
wisdoimn and experience that .he length of time he might have the average Haitiar
comes from a full life. On the lo- spent in that cit, (and the way fair. It would be li1
cal scene "ne would expect such in which it impressed him),. then house on the Gramn
a book from a Price Alars, a it would seem he almost became des Cesars to comic
Dantc Bellegarde, a Camille a New Yorker. Mr. large is a in Thrgeau or Pet
Largt.an, Emile St. Lot. The very sensitive youngman andhis for the sacred ritual
qualf-ication is not of course me- :view takes in a lot of things. He .the eteas ceremony
rely one of the number of-calen- ,has as.senise' of humour and his -it all wrong. Not
der years one has lived, but it Itonue. in. -the cheek self-confi- .can fanilias take i
would be extremely surprising dent manner goes well with the regarded chiefly ma
to find a ,ery youngman with fresh racy French that he *rites. ,ween .lunch and di:
anything valuable to say on peo- H-e is undoubtedly a. writer of per for some). The
pie and tl.;gs. ., rbmise, but, his alihsr' conver- people who work o
Mr Jacques Large's "book has national style is (at least in this just coming from
indeed got an impressive title, book) still uneven. tq pictures .or go:
but to say the truth, it is- an ir- This reviewer who does not club at that hour
mature work. The obvious defect know the other three cities and noon. Often people
is its lackof scope -- and on se- whosd acq-uaintance with New 'to tea and far front
veral planes. York is very short and superfi- they talk quite a
SFirst of all the table of cial would not like to criticise, 'cb1efly associated u
contents carry merely five cities Mr Large's judgements on that cricket.)
four of which are capitals-, of score, but being well acquaint- -As city that is
countries. of the Western Hemis- ed with Kingston is forced to namine has its own
phere (a=d three of these in the take him up on certain things in is fruitless to mak
West Indies) New York, Paris, which he shows a lack of pers- between one's nati
Kingston, Havana, Ciudad Tru- pective. another. To spy tha
jillo. An vwfu1l.v limited field. As it has already been stated a 'petite ville.wh.
Secondly he insists oa a very it seems as if facts are sacrificed 'paring .it with Poi
personal style with the writers for effect pr what is more par- -simply ridiculous. 6
I always intruding, sacrifices ac- donable, many things about ton (The Corporate
curacy for effect and limits his Kingston and Jamaica are not a great deal of thi
reading public to a Haitian one understood or are simply not quanea Plain arid d
by the frequent unnecessary corn known. The title on page 124 is Port-au-Prince. To
prisons of the other places with (cKingston on. lEnnui Anglaiss has no History is
Port-au-Prince. A writer has got (Kingston or'Eqglish Boredom). and to say it is nO
to be a .g-reab fot his RI* to I must correct an error in the is to forget the nD
hold your attention for long.' very first line. rTheatre is spelt of the harbour (w]
-It is- perhaps unfair, to judge re and note er in Jamaica its the, six .best natunr
an author without knowing his being an Erglish, not an Ameri-; the world), the wi
aims. When one is not told one can speaking country. It" is good plain bordered by
has.to u.e-one't own deductions, that he rehlises the symbolic na- Blue Mountains an
This book would seem to be a ture of the Britishli Crown but lay-out of the city
sort of travelogue witk the re- hlie doesn't seem to realise that thinks Kingstbn o
cqrd.;of the author's impression" effectively it counts for little Carib Thearei, but
o;thlngs and people he has seen. since it is the- ruling party in En- added that the sn
So far so good. He is permitted gland awd in the colonies thai is ji Kingston, *The
to have any kind of impression importantt in the British Corn- neyard Town, is bij
he .wancs. So'long as he-makes monwealth.. When he talks about better.' equipped tb
it clear that they are 'impres-. Sir Alexander Bhstamente going mounts." King-ton
Sions. tp English prisons then.he'is off very keen on thei
S'-He can make literary, sociolo- the beam completely since BAs- Port-au-Prince's- ti
gical, philosophical comments if tamente wis put in a detention. wonderful i,- cOmj
"li thinks anybody will' think camp 'in 7aJnalea; and even mo- it thould'be made
them valuable. 1i, English one' reso when he says that Busta- those buseshave n
immediately thinks of Somerset mente is the leader of, her Ma- m6n w,)th- riilliar
Maughamn's Don Fernndob and- jesty's Opposition. The term Port-au-Prince.
V.S Prilchett's eThe' Spanish iHer Majesty's Govdrdment ) is Now there has-.b
T.emper*,, both about Spain. But only used for the ruling party clubs. A clear dist
- when it comes to stating impres- in Great Britain. be- made between
sions as'facts, then that is a With all due respects to Mr and other clnbs.. .
horse of a different colour. One Latge's friend Neville B., it c'.ubs. Mr. i.;rge 1
'.ir -- times with his apli
/ G la.% Buck-L.t H e
"i ,," ', . ".. . "......... "....- .._ .. .. ... ' ": .......... -. G l?-Bc"t.. H
J'--....- M -. -' 'i 'l. never hpaird of eS
-.'. .."'; "Cops tahnna> ,
' ' : o Adlastra. ,'Club
'=: ,. .'. -.."" .for he music', Tri
i .. tists have been r
clubs. The fam(
chdner (Hitch) usc
Sugar Hillh some
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recent visit. That's
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.t that people
long St. It is
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occupiedd prin- HT
nd other bu. -P ONVU
comparison
that family's '
re and that of
a home is un-
ke choosing a
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pare with one .-
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al nature of one and onl. "
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nnier (for sup-
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work going N.DAY & THURSDAY BIDFFT'A".
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riverr Slipper',, "-Air-cufi bhened ,-
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Jrr
S" HAITI
tmobii'stes The Switzerland Of The Caribbean

WR ASSU CE By Ernest Koves, Executive Chef, Sulgrave Hotel
rIa"t r lOAsuance Haitian Food Provides exotic
:- ore I IESP ABLT Specialities For the American Menu
a .LE.Elle est uprotectiun To Increase Your Cheek Average
GI e metualSft d'nProes, Try These National Dishes
f* .,contneuV Ae Pm. declan. Haiti 4s justly called the Switzerland of the Caribbean, even
unaccidenft& tw.pap.-' though the bautiful-mountains reflect all the shades of fresh
green instead of sUmmerig snow. This is the only Caribbean
H T* country where'th li6language is French, though the natives
speak Creole, a combination of French, English, Spanish and
S 'lA tEROPOLITAAK "OB E. a
'' ASIATO vs offe .es Haitian food offers many colorful and appealing speciali-
nlkLes d'assueaf rwcTsef ties which will be welcomed, on the American menu. Variety
4d" TaT. cc ivn,lleni, it is most importarftand to insure better choice of foreign spe-
a cfa"te s should %,used in addition to a rotation of the usual
-s V rfWR' te-iu, '. bask4-!ood products. The chef, a menu maker, must encourage
,-': ''V( np.qve.ties ..di a.spirit of adventure in food. And there is no
mlr '' rW reason for' monotony in a chef's repertoire.
K'm My special thanks.g.o to the Government Tourist Buieau,
.. b headed by Pierre Chauvet; Director General, who spared no
........zm aflETra 1.^.Bi effort to help the tourist-see% the gay sophistication of the new
p N iSF U-I?^9o SI d's Paris.seasoned with the hypnotic beat of African tam-
burs.Cp~ r-urne
The. Capital. Port -au-rince, is full of interesting and histo-
I, r sights. Only 15 minutes drive takes one to Petioni Ville,
". ; (fl A) where one finds outstanding hotels beautifully designed, with
,ifi a 8. exciting layouts, swimming pools, and night clubs with mem-
0;; .. 0 orable )entertainment. The Hotel. Ibo tele and the Hotel El
4 '' ^" ' $ -. ancho are a must' in your visit. The Hotel Choucoune lives
:,r' ,,=., ', ; upto culinary tradition and art: This hotel, 'is managed by'
C.(f "q*." .. ='t .': *U:/ "awe ri-kniwn, Swiss-trained George Kenn and the owner,
*^A* k i 'Madi'a ini, serves specialities .similar to those described
;ta y' h .re.. :'.. T"e, L:should rbe most popular, on your menu.
l C :zi mitjr isour ... m
"l r'^ ': 'ilagreq n 2s: 2 cups',strong chicken broth, 1 peeled and. pitt-
'i% '" ed e 'lage avocado chopped, salt, pepper, 1 pinch of gar-
f* A li salt, cup bf light cream; Y teaspoon of AcCent, 1 table-
;%o0.P 6f chopped'chives. ;.
Boil t :".Bi te;.opped mvonadoes
i,' bMot; 'add light cream; season with salt; pepper to taste; add
AA of g,'arlic sal..p#d Accent and bring to boil. Take it off
N'tN 4e;1fe, squeeze, it through a fine strainer, chill it well in the
I.lfidire. Serve c1ld'garnished with the chopped chives,
.e . le four. .A B :. .' '. i !
Ingredients: 2 OZ. qil or abprtenig, 1 diced onion, 2 peeled
p ,rnd crush tonat6 s, 4 mediunm.sljced mushrooms, %teaspoon
" ='^ : white pepf-, 1 their cup'.wine vhegaf, 2 tbs. of chili sauce,
J. ., ... 2 c
D,4 Qtw^*a ^ 2-b-.6alo.bsiers,'2 lb"eacbIlalile'spoon cream sauce, k cufr
o Siautouroni 'nd msooms in a heavy skillet. Add
"athe yourIiant~ -wind. rpfluom
... ..... the crun ed:'tontatdek wine aa;'aqd child sauce. Keep it
T on,'a lo; flme for" 5.; minutes." Add,,the lobster meat cut to
Isf' : .. :,. : ^ ';' '. .'m, chunks'after stittingthe lobster.ilnhalf and saving'the shell.
SCook for another 5-minutes; addf'?reani sauce, '' of the cup
S**.. .... 6. runm. seasonings to taste .-.'eaS tbis:6lendecd mixture back into
"!**=.^ .'-. ,, _. the'. obster shells, .put thiem .on. .i platter,' pour. over the re-
q.. i "maingi ru&t'put it to flame and serve. Serves four.
". ..,S -PUNCU DE4'OO '
'- ", This -drink is consumed by the-Haitiaf dancers, who believe
1M;7%t g 6ves them extra energy. ,' '.
;'" 5C al1 Ingredients': .2 grated coconuts, ,4 slightly beaten egg-yolks
S,! ,, , &and'the 4 egg' .w.htesbeaten .til spow,'sugar and vanilla to
U i taste, 1 grated emon' skin, 1.% cup of good rum, cup milk.
___ ___________ Cook t-he' gated coconut for 10 minutes in 2 cups of water,
*: extract.the juice,' beat the egg yellows with the milk and keep
uw beating.,while adding. the hot extracted coconut juicb.' Add
________________ 1 sugar and vanilla to taste, then the rum; keep on beatinjit
f and finally beatf in"the egg snow. Chill it, well and enjoy' it.
-"; ^ .^ ,Serves four.' -' ;
Y6 _____._______ __ Reprinted from .Culiuary Review-' The chefs National Magazine
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CHRISTOPHE'S CITADEL
TOURS AND TRAVEL SERVICE
A visit to Haiti is not complete without a trip to the Citad-
eL We specialize in the Citadel Excursion. Sightseeing Tours.
Our Experienced Guides Speak English.
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Organizer of Tours In Haiti
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179 Ave. Magloire Ambroise

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Bureau: Stand 29
Ave. Marie-Jeanne
Cite de I'Exposition


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Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Phone: 2061
P. 0. Box: 433


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On this beautiful day (the days are always beautiful in
Haiti) we wish to extend to you our heartiest welcome.
We, as well as everyone in Haiti, want you to have a very
pleasant and -enjoyable stay in this lovely and hospitable
Island.
Haiti Sun (your newspaper) ain collaboration with La
Belle Creole (your shopping center) have put out this
section of the newspaper in order to give you information
that will help you to make your stay not only pleasant but
profitable.
We are always at your Service, for any information you
may need.
HAITI SUN
LA BELLE CREOLE


SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK IN PORT-AU-PRINCE


NATIONAL PALACE







Champ de blars
SOpen daily except Sunday from 8-2
Raising Lowering of Flag, 8 a. m.-5 p. m.

NATIONAL MUSEUM









(qamp de Main
Open dally except Sundays

PALAIS DES BEAUX ARTS







Aux Palmlstes, Exposition Grounds
Open dally from 9 5
Art Exhibition '

MUSEE DU PEOPLE HAITIEN






Aux Palmlites, Exposition Grounds
Open daily from 9 5
For further Information
see your Travel Agent


FOYER fES ARTS PLASTIQUES


Aux Palmstes, Exposition Grounds
Open dal fro n 9 r 5
Permanent Art Exhibitions


ART CENTER

Rue de In
3R4volutlon


Phone: 2055


Open dally except Sunday from I I
Current Art Shows


IRON MARKET









GOrand'Rue
Open daily from 6 4
Special Market days on Saturdays


METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL

ABASILIQUE
de Notre-Dame
(Catholic)




Petion Plaza
Open daily from 4-6

COLONIAL CATHEDRAL


jOldest Church
in Port au Prince
For visit hours see
SYour Travel Agent


Petion Plaza
Open daly

ESPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL







Rue Pavke (Near PAA Offices)
Open daily
Famous for Its beanutiUl HaitianN M l


THEATRE DE VERDURE


Aux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Open Tuesdays and Thursdays
Evening for folklore shows


STADIUM PAUL E. MAGLOIRE






Rue Durand ..
Boxing and Track Field ervmts.
Football (Soccer) Matches
Thrice a week at night
For further Information PhMe: MIS

COCK-FIGHT ARENA







.Aux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Eight Saturdays afternoons
and Sundays morning .


UNDERSEA GARDENS


4*


Iroquoi


Port-au-Prince Bay
Glass bottom boat leaves
Dally Casino Pier 9:30 an.m


La Belle Cr6ole





|RueBRoux

The Caribbean's Most
Unique Shopping Center
Open daily from 8 5 Phone: 3177

MUSICAL FOUNTAIN







Cli1 de l'Exposition, Exposition Grounds
Classical Concerts
all Wednesday and Sunday nights
from 7 10 p. m.


PLACE DES HEROS


Champ de Mars
Open Auditorium
Sunday Concerts from 7-9 pn.m.
For further Information
see your Travel Agent

PETION DESSALMNC


Rue
Mgr. Guflloux


Open daily except Sunday


VILLA)
CRJOLE-

Buffet Creole Music
Sepcialities and
Barbecue Dancing


Monday & Thursdays


RENDEZ VOUS


Cite de ['Exposition
Air-conditioned Bar-dancing
Open from sunset to sunrising


Le Perchoir




= S Boutldiers
SWorld-renowned
Mountain-lop Restaurant,
Dancing and Gift Shop
Phone: 2105

CASINO INTERNATIONAL






Cite de I'Exposition
Gambling and Dancing
Open every night
Floorshow on Wednesdays Phone: 3076


CABANE CHOUCOUNE



Choucoune




Ptieonville
Famous Nightclub
Open on Saturday Nights Phone: I8M

HOTEL RIVIERA


HOTEL


Phone: 3151
Martissant
Air-conditioned Bar Dancing
Excellent orchestra, folklore floorshows

EL RANCHO HOTEL






N .
PdUonvllle
Dinner dances on Mondays, Thursdays'
and Fridays
Phone: T88


HOTEL IBO LELE

I HOTEL
0IBO LELE




Petlonvllle
Dinner dazIces on
Tuesday and Fridays Phone: 7886
SHANGO ROOM

THORLAND CLUB


Carrefour Road
Swim cocktails
Tennis


Phone: o;


NAL. BANK OF THE REPUBLIC






Geffrard Square
Open daily except
Saturday and Sundays from 9 -I
Phone: 2263

ROYAL BANK OF CANADAA






Geftrard Square
Open dally except .
Saturday and Sundays
from 9 1 Phone: 2263 .


AIR LINES





PAA Phone: 3451
KLM- Phone: 235i
DELTA- Phone: ..18
CUBANA- Phonoel 3200 .
AIAVLk lON ADH- Phone: SlI
Compania Domlnicana de Avlaclon...S37T

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Royal Netherlands Navigation......... 34E5
Lykes Bross. S. S. Co...................... 3721
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CATHOLIC SERVICES
Cathedral: 4, 6, 7:30 and 8:36 j.m.
Sacre-Cmcur: 5:30, 7. 8:30 a.m.
St. Anne: 4, 7 and 8 a.m.
St Gerard: 4, 5:30 and 8:30 a.m.
St. Louis de France: 8 and 9 a.m.
SlIxtlne Chapel (CltI de l'Exposalionn
10 an.
St. Pierre (Petionvilie): 4, 6, 8B
and 9:30 a.m.
Ste. Therbse (Pdtionville): 6 am.
EPISCOPAL
Cathedral: French 6 and English 7 am.
French 8 a.m.
Baptist Church: 9 and 10 a.m.
Presbyterian: 9 and 10 a.m
METHODIST
ST. PAUL AJM.E.
4-6 a. m.r-9-11 a. m.
11:30 12:30 EngIsh
7-0 p.m. Evening
METHODIST CHURCH:
Rue de Is Revolution:
7:00 English-9:00 French
6:30 Evangelistic service In creao
BUREAU DU TO.IUSMEZ
Avenue Marie-Jeanne.
Cit6 de 1lExposltion
Phone: 2MS
Office hours: 8-1 p.m.


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SHaitian Hand& oven Rugs
SCameras and Films
Patek Philippe
OMEGA & Tissot Watches
French Perfumes:
Guerlain, Dana,
SLanvin, Worth,
SPatou, Le Gallion,
Caron, Milot,
Carven, Fath
:Chrlistian Dior,
Rochas, Chanel,
SSchiaparelli,
Nini Rici, Corday,
Raphael, Piquet,
' Coty & Houbigant.
Liqueurs:
'Courvoisier, Otard,
Bisquit, Hennessey,
[, Napoleon, Martell,
SDomecq, Drambuieb
".Cheery Heering;
^ Marie Brizard,
SHarvey's Bristol Cream
SArmagnac, Chartreuse,
.Cointreau,
Haytian Rhum:
Rhum Barbancour-t
;' Haytian Music:
SThe Most Complete
4L Assortment of the
L Various Rytbna.
HaytIan Voodoo Ispired
Jewelry
Haytian Mahoganyware
Handpainted Tissi
Haytian Sculptored Mahogany
Heads
Haytian Turtle-shell Jewelry
Jewelry from all over the
World
Exquisitely Beautiful
Beaded Bags
Hand-embrnidered Blouses,
Skirts, etc.
Hand-painted, Skirts,
.Kerchiefs, Stoles, etc.
Haytian Paintings
Haytian Cerandemics
Haytian Postcards
(we mail them for you).


Dunlop Golf Balls
(great savings)
Dunlop Tennis Balls
(great savings)
Orrefors
Kislav Gloves
Pringle Cashmere
Royal Copenhagen
Indian Embroidered Bags
Petit Point Bags
Limoges
Wedgwood
Minox Cameras


French Ohantilly Laces
Swiss Embroideries
Irish Linens






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in Port-au-Prince
everybody meets at
cThe Fountain* in
La Belle Creole for
"'ruit and Fruit Juices
,ggs and Omelettes
Vaffles and Hot Cakes
Soft Drinks, Beer
:risp and Cold Salads
Chef's Special
,andwi'ches
Ice Creams, Sundaes
Cigars and Cigarettes


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'pearfishing equipment
thingg Trunks
'ntive Polos for Men
Dunh.ill pipes
Borsalino Hats
Rolls Razors


.t jqil 6 0ft shop


Unusual among Gift Shops of
the world, is the branch of LA
BELLE CREOLE located on
the terrace of the LE PER-
CHOIR, the famous restaurant
on top of BOUTILLIERS
MOUNTAIN, overlooking Port
mu Prince.
Through the wide windows
of Le Perchoir Gift Shop the
shopper's eyes are drawn from
the attractive show cases, to the
breath-taking beauty or nearly
two thousand square miles of
Hispaniola's plains, mountains
and sa, lyinq 3.300 feet below.
Stcieous, and always cool
Le Perchoir Gift Shop offers
the same high quality French
perfumes. Haitian jewelry, dan-
dicraft, books, paintings and
hundreds of other gift items,
assembled from the far corners
of the earth, as in the mother
store. La Belle Creole, in town.


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The prices, the fixed price po-
licy, the sales slip 'with every.
purchase, with the guarantee of
the firm's name, are identical.


Located in the shop is a bar
where one can sip Haitian rum
punch, tea, coffee, soft drinks-
or where one can have a'tween
meal snack of sandwiches, ca-
ke, ice cream, while shopping.
The combination of cool iom-
fort, spectacular view, excel-
lent merchandise, and refresh-
ment; make a shopping trip to
LE PERCHOIR GIFT SHOP
a pleasant and profitable ex-
perience a high spot indeed
in your travels.


VH^ MITIAN SITURlAV YIlNT...
"'AN URFOrETTARLE EXPERlENCE


IFREE PORT PRICES'
I FREE PORT PRICES I


feet above Port-au-Prince and
its emerald bay. Guests during
tea and cocktail hour have a
front row seat at one of the most
bewitching settings ever pro-
vided for a tropical sunset.
Then the 'lights go on and the
curving bayshore is outlied in
a necklace of shimn.ering
pearls. On -the breezeswept
terrace, guests can watch cars
stop at the Dominican border
20 miles away.

Whether it's a thick state-
side steak'or an ethereal Rum
Souffl6, Le Perchoir food is
superbly prepared and elegant-
ly served. FMlix Guignard and
his orchestra provides music for
dancing.
The International Casino, a
swank establishment run by a
staff imported from Monte-
Carlo, is one of the major
points of interest during the
summer and winter tourist sea
sons. There one can dine on
excellent Italian food and later
visit the gaming tables which
are meticulously run under the
supervision of the Haitian Go-
vernment. On the bay side,
an orchestra beats out rhum-
bas, mambos and romantic Hai-
tian meringues for daincing un-
der the twinkling stars.

Near the Casino in the bree-
zeswept Exposition Grounds
is the Open Air Theatre de
Verdure where visitors can
attend the bi-weekly shows pul.1
on by the talented National
Folklore Troupe.
Around the curve of the bay
is the newly remodeled Hotel
Riviera with its huge air-con-
ditioned Bamboche Room and
circular bar. The bar's revol-
ving center serves as the stage
Mih.el Desgrortes tri-lin-
.,al crooning and a nightly
',-, show The white-faced Ban-
'; dancer is Minsky's hin rever-
e. a comedian par excellence.


By Mary Johnson

Gaiety is keynote of night
life in Port-au-Prince the
gay sophistication of a New
World Paris underlined by the
hypnotic beat of African tam-
bours.

And in keeping with its
French tradition the accent is
or good food in a romantic at-
mosphere. Few places in the
world can offer a more enticing
blend of these two elements
than Le Perchoir, Haiti's smart-
est restaurant that hover's 3,000


night of the week, Dan Allen'u
Rendez-vous across form the
international Casinao goes strong
until all hours. And along
about 1 a. m., the joint is usual-
ly hopping with oldtime Ame-


Other leading hotels have
special dinner dansants once or
twice a week. Visitors should
not miss an opportunity to bear
Haiti's internationally 'known
male Dejean Choir which per-
forms at Hotel Ibo Lele on Fri-
day evenings during the Sea-
son. The El Rancho features Ti
Ro Ro, Haiti's number one dru-'
mmer, and members of the Na-
tional Folklore Troupe on
Friday evening and other spe-
cial dance nights which vary
according to the season. Hotel
Dambala has a Saturday night
chicken barbeque beside its illu-
minated pool, with and orches-
tra providing music for outdoor
dancing on its marble patio. The
Villa Creole's Big Night is
Thursday evening with a Hai-
tian Buffet served beside its
pool in a gala tropical garden
decor and, of course,-dancing.
The roof garden at Hotel Chou-
coune is open for dinner dan-
cing Monday and Wednesday
nights during the season.

On Saturday evening Petion-
ville's thatched-roofed night
club, Cabane Choucoune, is the
mecca of the Capital Elite and
visitors. Alternating orchestras
thrdb with the rhythm of the
Haitian Meringue, a dance so
simple that visitors need spend
no time on the side lines just
looking on. Though this has
long been the society gathering
spot of the Haitian Capital,
rum and sodas are still served
for .20 a glass. There is an en-
trance fee which varies depen-
ding upon the entertainment
for the evening. The Cabane
Choucoune often features lea-
ding foreign entertainers.

Saturday night is also the
night for taking trips into the
nearby hills to attend the pea-
sant cbarfiboches, or non-reli-
gious dances held in open cton-
nelles, to the pulsing beat of
the voodoo drums. It's an UN-
FORGETTABLE experience.
For late Stayer uppers any


tA^n^r att ~feiJ^nn QQaaaae a9 Ay Riaffs t/ws^y


rican favorites, such as Alexan-
der's Ragtime Band.
For dinner umnus dancing,
there is Petionville's Le Picar-
di a French-run Pension fea-
turing Esoargot, pepper steak
and the sort of food rarely seen
or tasted off the Midi. In Port-
au-iPrince, Aux Cosaques is
known' for its .tasty flaming
lobster and other typically Hai-
tian dishes. The Savoy, just
off the Champs de Mars, offers
either Haitian or American
foods and if you are really ho-
mesick for southern fried ckic-
ken that is just where you'll
find it a block from the Na-
tional Palace Chanticleer,v
tucked away in Bois Verna, is
the latest addition to the swart
eating houses in Port-au-Prince
Open all night.

It's a LA BELLE CREOLE
AND HAITI SUN
Publicity Creation
Cliches made by Ed. PELOUX
Printed by Imprimerie de l'Etat
Copyright and rights reserved
Designed j Alfredo Garcia-Gara-
by mendi and Rosario
t Franco de la Rosa


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Don't miss a Sunday wm*th HAITI'S
favorite friendly Newspaper.

Rmwber "WITIYJT.N" Cl ajifiiCalunpi l/d U Fifit.




lit you realty
y want to bec.
S ,. ome acquain-
k "ted with Hai-
ii there are
Many intere-
lsting trips
which afford
Sa close-up of
*" Haitian life
which you cannot gain if you
confine your sight-seeing to the
city.

Most of these trips can be
made in conventional automo-
biles, others require the more
versatile jeep to navigate the
rough spots and river crossings.
All of them can be made in sa-
fety.


There is a Hertz-Drive-t
Yourself Agency in town where
you can rent a car or a jeep at
reasonable rate; or you can
rent ears, with or without
cliauffers, elsewhere. The Hai-
tian Air Force provides safe
and efficient air transport -to
most important points in Haiti
at very reasonable rates. Ask
your hotel ..manager or your
travel agent for details.
Each of these trips has its
special attraction. From the
longer trips you will return
with a grand thirst, a hearty
appetite, a delicious fatigue,
niirc lv hnnishd hv a hi+t hbath


TRAVEL SUUEJSTIONS


(for which you will have a new
respect). You will have a new
test for the attractions of the
city. You.-will fell a great pity
for the jaded characters who
have not strayed from the bar
since you left... And, of course,
you will have a good reserve of
conversational ammunition to
last you for many months.
So, starting with the shortest
trips first, here are a few boiled
down suggestions for travel in
Haiti:

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


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

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


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


hour of this trip will be full of
unforgeti,,L I. impre-,sions.
If yit :,r. .-',-..- *,mr i i ,e,
you can fly to the Cape ,1: 13
minutes, and can -miake +Vw .--
tire pilgrimage in a single ri.;


JACMEL.-
If you want another trip off-
the-beaten tTack go to Jacmel,
on Haiti's south coast. Jacmel,
once a flourishing town, still
has a considerable export bu-
siness, but is typical of many


Haitian provincial sea-coast
towns waiting for better days
to come. Jacmel has a flavor
of its own. To get there you
can take the easy way by-air,
or the adventurous way by
road, about 60 miles, practical-
ly every mile of which has a
river crossing. Near Jacmel is


own of Petionville. then up a
winding mountain road, borde-
red by flaming giant pointsetta
plants. You nass the tratched


one of Haiti's most beau1
beaches, Raymond les Ban
Two hotels there, clean
comfortable. Plan to stay ove
night at least.
FORET DES PINS
(Pine Forest) .
In soutli-east Haiti, a drive:V
some 60 miles from Port-a
Prince is a beautiful pinefo I
at an elevation of about 7,.
feet. To arrive at this 15Q0O
acre forest, one, drives throu
the rich sugar cane lands i
the Cul de Sac plain, the
through and arid region of cn
tus to the edge of Lake Etad
Sumnatre, famous salt lake, .i
tested with crocodiles, lying 4
the frontier of the Dominime
Republic. There the climb., j
mences to the cool Pine F*l
This trip will take alld
returning to your.. hottl '"
cocktails and dinner. Pa'f
through a number of small H
tian towns and villages, it'
fords a. variety of impressis"
of Haitian life and geograJ
Take a wrap for your vldkt!!
its cool up there. .
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MEMBERS


ARMANDE DE PARIS
AUX CENT MILLE ARTICLES
AUXILA, PAUL
AUX CHOSES D'HAITI
LA BELLE CREOLE
CAMERA CENTER
CANAPE VERT
,IADAME CELESTIN
CHAMPANA
DADLANIS
DESLANDES
.VLADAME EWALD
FISHER'S
HAITLAN GIFT SHOP NATIVE
HANDICRAFTS
JACQUELINE
KAHN
LAHAM
MAGUANA SHOP
MEINBERG BROS
MEVS F.
G. & F. A. MOURRA
OUVROIR NATIONAL
PERCHOIR
PAQUIN & GAETJENS
RARA SHOP
RUDY CAMERAS & GIFTS
SAMBA SHOP
ADELE SASSINE
SILA SHOP
SCHADAC
STORE CLUB
TABOU PERFUMES
STAMTAM GIETS
TOUSSAINT
VODOO SHOP
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New Cruise Peak A c CRITICS OF JACQUES LARGE'S BOOK
(Contined from page 1)
Several of the ships will ap- (Continued from page 7)
pear in Haitian waters for the
first time. These include La Mar that rApplelon Speciabl is like 'and perhaps the cennui> might
seillaise, 20.000-ton luxury liner all other Jamaica rums mundrinka- be rather helpful after all.
of the Comrpagnie des Message- ble. Ironically enough Sugar and Mr. Large should perhaps not
ries Maritime, (under cruise ma- Rum, come next to the Tourist use Port-au-Prince as a yard
,nagement of A. T. Henderson Co; Industry as Jamaica's income stick in these cases. He should
New York) which.-heads the list earners. This same undrinkable remember that ,different coun-
with six visits in Port-au-Prince; rum is eagerly sought after in tries have different ways of life
the Cunard Line's new Carinthia, the U.S., in Great Britain and and that it is diversity that l
22,000-tons; and the new Nor- on the continent._At least there makes our world interesting.
wegian America liner, the 18,- is variety. Appleton Special, Cap- For one thing, nobody is try-
500--ton Bergensfjord. Also mak tain Morgan, Black Seal, White ing to deny Haiti's strong points RK-225
ing her debut will be the ,Arosa Seal. Finzi'- Special Amber etc. and t6 drag in questions of what
Sun, normally in the trdns-Atlan. Mr. Large gets- lost in the in Haiti does not cede en rien AGE CES "-c ATE
tic service to Canada, but now -middle class*. He does notknow to Jamaica is beside the point. E UOIS CALLIS
sbheduldd to make two West In- that this is a very wide term. The more objectively, the bet- AGENTS DE MANUFACTURES
.., dies sailings out of Boston. Middle class involved, in fact, ter. His book though makes'quite
Other luxury liners, familiar Lower middle class, middle good reading and is at least sti-
to Haiti, are the. Homeric, five Middle class, upper middle class mulating. /Appolonius) F
calls; .the Olympia, chartered by and so'on. Similarly there are WINSTON (F I LT T E R )
Simmons Cruises, four calls; the different grades of -Civil Ser- .
Mauretania, four; the Flandre" vavts permanent government Haiti to Attend
four; the Stella Polaris; four; employees whose future do not
Silver Star, four; 'Ryndam and change with the party in power. Abolition of Slavery FIRST !N SALES
Empress of Scotlasid, two each; There arp '2nd class clerks, 1st Mfeet In Geneva -
and the Oslbofjord, New York, class clercks administrative ca-
Nassau, Queek' .of Bermuda, Ile dets, administrative assistants- Haiti will be' represented at the .-
de France and' Nieuw,. .Amster- right up the ladder. This middle Supplementary Convention on the ... .
dam, one vail each.' class is 'the back bone of the A .
In addition to. the schedules country economically, intellec- G ne Sw land bthe Hi-.' .. 1"''
mentioned -above;, there.'is a pos- tually and other wise,, Most peoa- Geneva' .niswtzerland. io by the Hayi- .. .
.'sibility that more-hips -r'w"aldd pie join a sports club, Kingston, at Brusseis, iMr..WesnE r Apolnoi. ,. L4, U l
West Ipdies itineraries during Melbourne,, Lucas, Kensington T, Plniotnt iay, ..W ,
the next few weeks to swell the and so 6n. It must b6 remember- The"Coference_ of Plenipoten"tia |3 1 .
totil further. ed that people tend to live morbe Ministers wil open on August 23. 4g lit
The 45 nntieipated ciruise calls outside their homes in Kington . '
for next season compare with than in Port-du-Prince. The dclub U M C ,.:
41 for Haiti last year. is a recognised place to meeting U.N. .... L |l
The TRAVEL. COULT sur, people of similar interests etc. (Isle La Tortue, A. :" t'Wq F.I
vey revealed that fpr e overall Perhaps it is this stability, orga Islanders Needs -. .
cruise'season covering alln ports nisation,' and discipline .that stri- N e s- .... I
of call in the West Indies and, kes the author as enirub,.' That '. "' .
South AAmerica, more ships will is unfortunate. Perhaps' the Mr. Albert Lebel, U... Perma- ] )
be in winterh service, with grea- 'most cockeyed view of all was ent Representative to Haiti, tour- CAMEL CIGARETTES .. '" ""
ter berth capacity than ever be- the attempt to criticise a Jam- ed Tortuga Island fE: two days d La Mode .T. mSTON q S
thi' ee rn eteda soiy k, ah Moie i .ge 4t" X0or.
Sore. It-,was estimated that' crui- can audience for being civil, well' thiS week. He returned .'yesterday Enjoy the Tabte of 'Oame.s ilter 'kA,-FIa .-..
se passengers will spend' soqme behaved and respectful to peo- from a mission in connection with The Cigarette of.Smat'Ma M .., ..4it F*orA King .''
$37,000. a Sd_*ollieitinj U.N. aid for- the eeon- adO
$37,000,000, of which $22000,000 pie who were putting on a cdn- soliciting U.N. aid or the econ and Th e' ecti of -..
will go for transportation $4.000; cert before a film at the Carib. omic development of' thi region 41' ... Disti.guisiek Ladled '-: .ZJ uar--
S000 .for sightseeing; '$7.500,000.for' "(e makes the unfortunate corn- o Haiti-. Accompanied by BIT ':.'''".. .. .. ...' '' '
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shopping; and '$3,500,000 for' gra- prison with what would happen- Cliief, Raymond ,prracq, and UKI. t ..... .. ..... -..O.. B"
ities~lan 'nid 'as 6 fr
tuities'and incidr1itals. . ed in Haiti where he said the ar- Expert in. Mechanics, Ren, 'Mar- e. .. ,. . ' ..;'n .. e '
"'Haiti standss an excellent cbhan- tists would not have been given chet,'Mr. Le Bel returned with' a eEialll flu i -- ue,'l.d. ;- "'
ce of, a&Tl-ing a su b stanil art the chancel to finish their per- list. of the needs of the poiula- '= .. .
of thlis huge cxpenditnre..' '. formance). That is order. for you tion. of -Isle La Tortue. AL l OiERY: STfgig'.l ':




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I'ti should heed umy words of wis-
i"dIm. Port-au-Prince has some of
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rm. But theydon't take enough
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st4jt Ljem from sinking. There
was oece a female basketball
teSmi -lit didn't last the season.
Girls of Haiti should get out of
the groove and do a little sport.
To hell with doctors and their
diets keep the wffst down by
good old sport which will also
round off the curves. The local
girl of the privileged class has
little or no domestic chores so
she should indulge in sport.
Sport also helps the mind.

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WHO IS IN LOVE WITH HAITI

c/o Hotel Riviera Port-au-Prince couple was at the desk. The lady
Dear Mr. biederich : (long, shoulder-length bob and
heavy tortoise-shell glasses) had
I am enclos`ig Ten dollars to asked him where she could learn
extend my subscription for the Creole. She explained that she
eHaiti Suns for another year, wanted to learn it while she was
starting with .aext Sunday's issue here sq that she could go back
please. I wouldn't want to be ri-ad teach it in her home town
without it as I enjoy it thorough- Gen. asked her if she would be
ly. H a v i n g studied journalism here a long time and her re-
(among other things) I especially ply was: O0h, no we're here for
appreciate your subtle humour only five days., Gro's instanta-
and sly inuendos. Also, your news neous edead-pan- face was price-
stories keep me informed of the less She :then asked him how
progress Haiti is making, to say -comment allez vous, in
Hav.'ig read -almost everything Creole. After he told her she
published in English on Haiti, and thanked him for her first les-
having startbd on those publish- son.' Geo is still wondering if
ed'.i French, I can appreciate that is the extent of the clessonsp
the tremendous strides made by she plans to teach back in the
this wonderful little country in the old home town and what she will
past few years. charge -per lesson.,
As a matter of fact, I have star I'm. curious as to why yout have
ted to. study Creole so that Lcan a grudge against Arthur Murray
(1) utilize it on my next visit and ites. You always insert a sly and
(2) enjoy.your Chronique Creole o[ten not so sly.adig at them!
in the cSunv. Of course, a lot of cuss are
Since you- have a grand sense show off on the dance floor, but
of humour, you may wish to use the rest of us just pain love to
the following incidentss 'in the dance and we dance our fool heads
Su. Thi part of. m letter .you .(" feet) off even if no Qne else
may use therein. (Names with- is around.
held for obious'rea.sons). Yes ,- rn oz of .them! ad
(1)'At the BluebeardcOastle Ho- I'd rather dance than eat or
tel in St-- Thomas, Virgin Islands, anything else fdr that matter.- As
-where I stopped for. a few .days a matter-or-fact, for-six years
enroute to Haiti-two ladies ar- ran, the Parxy for Pupils at the
rived, and after 'Treister.g, asked main 'New York Studio on Satur-
the desk clerk if.'it were. possible day nights, nd for the past two
to rent a car. They were assured years, the Lifetime Parties0 ,
that there was a, car-rbntal. serviJ one Sunday a month. Of course
adI'm taking back Haitian Tecords:
6e and were aslied whenrad for I ,run the parties purelyon a vo-
.hpw' long they desired. ..nThe luntary.basis just because I like
ladies repl6ed: ..-Oh, we don't ^^ ^^
-to see people having a good time
waht to use it here. We want it and love dancing myself. So
Ipr thb trip back. Puzzled, the please don't judge., all of us by
desk clerk asked what their meant a few.
iWell,. thqy replied, cit only tooki
Well,.thy reped, it only took S Forgive, me for my long lett-
sd :half an. hour to' fly from San I thJight you might like'
Juan .to St. Thomas, so it should- to use the two incidents, and
,.it Lake us much more than three I did .waht to tell you how much
hours to drive back to San Juan I like 'the Sun.*
from here.,,.The desk clerk did I ama enclosing check for re-
a perfect double-takeo--then as- newing my subscription for h,the
-ked 'in the politest manner : Ma- year. Please be sure my subs-
dam, on the trip over-didn't you cription includes next Sunday's
took down? pape-r, as I .shall look for it on
Honestly, it happened I was my return home the end of the
there and heard it month. I'll be in Jamaica as of
(2)'A1t the Rivierk' heie in Port- Wednesday. then back to woik
Jau-Prince, the other naiht, I Was to money for next year's visit to
sitting on ,the.Verandah after din Haiti..
ner. General Gcnzalez asked to Cordially yours,
i borrow my book, -You Cat Speak
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Tourist travel in the Republic of Haiti is up 199%, and experts pre-
dict, this summer's season will be an all-time record.
The tourists who are booming are Haitians, born, reared and fatt-
ened, under the bi-color,. Haitians are discovering their homeland.
Not .since Dessalines, Christophe and Toussaint Led military excurs-
ions over the mountains have Haitians looked to the interior and
trekked 'en masse. to see the sights.
Varying little from the American species, the Haitian tourists -per-
te son kodak au-bras,, is usually well-hatted with a shady straw som-
brero, asks the same foolish questions and receives the same foolish
answers. Some even go to the glorious extreme of wearing shorts.
The big attraction which today is drawing the Haitian tourist away
from his routine Dimanriches is Peligre; the giant, highest buttress
type dam in the world, that is now -competing with the Citadel for
admiration.
The Haitian family sometimes a regular clan of several dozen memb-
ers spreads itself over a variety of vehicles and covers the route in
less than two hours time, by taking the Morne a Cabrite Mirebalais
Peligre highway. :
Once the Capital is left miles behind, the road becomes wider and
smoother, and calls for exclamations of .4 la belle route, papa!, As
Morne-&-Cabrite is mounted, a glance back to the Capital takes in De
l'Eau Gaillee, the surrounding Saline flats, the-clearing in which a
.Usine. is sprouting cQu'est-ce que c'est. is the sugar mill of Eric
Tippenhauer and Company. .'
The travel time is devoted to motoring through scenery which varies
from lush jungle to nude hills and nude girls bathing in little rivellets.
Certain nostalgia grips the tourist who has visited the, dam site
during the building stage, when men were fourmis. and there was
' feeing in the air that the gigantic building would take as long to
complete as the Citadel.


At the approaches f Peligre is Domond, the shanty-town where fa-
milies of 1200 Haitian workers lived during the 3-years of building. It
is now a ghost town. On entering the realm of the dam an over-bearing
guard is nolonger present to discourage visitors and inform them that
they are travelling at their own risk.
The great moment of the '.patriotic pilgrimages arrives when they
wilk'th'e last few meters to the summit of the hill, and there, from
a ood-Rglanked 'galerie, take in the spendour, grandeur, and con-
crete mpss of the engineering feat that challenges Christophe's sOper-
afon Citadelie.'
Shading the eyes tp the glare of the sun, the tourist with an out-
stretched wave of. the arm may design the future 20-square-mile arti-
ficial lar.e that is gradually taking shape.
As yet no guide has been designated to tell the story of the dam
and to ask the visitors to remove their hats and observe a minute's
silence for those who lost" their lives in the building of this great dam
which will bring vda vie, to the Artibonite Valley and Haiti:
Although only four people were killed on the actual dam, one Ame-
rican and a number of Haitians were killed in nearby road accidents.
The dam holds the world record of having the smallest mortality rate
,during its construction.
Homewprd bound: the tourist enters the village of smart, wooden
bungalows where 25 American families, mostly from the Lone Star
State, lived with their little schoolhouse, club-house, movie, tennis,
church and SundAy School under the big Mapou tree.
Today, the Brown & Rooters are gone. Most of the homes with their
neat little lawns are relaxing under the tropical sun.
Returning home by way of Borel, and Deschapelles, running along
the irrigation canals they lose no time at the Mellon Hospital where
visitors, unless they are suffering from heart attacks, are not received.
The problem they meet: -You have to choose between -visitors and
patients.. The Mellons have choose patients.
Caneau and its water divided' (Intake diversion structure) calls for
more exclamations along with the siphon of Drouet. After a Rhum Soda
in the fronmtier-town (St. Marc) an ocean dip at Montrouis is recommen-
ded to cool off before engaging in the last leg of the homeward trek.



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New Corn Booklet Out
The Department olAgricultu-
r?'s April 1956, 29-oage publica-
tCon on tlh? selection of maze
szeds for cultivation should be
v?ry instru..ti'e to the agricultu-
rn instructors and agronomists
for whom it. is primarily inten-
ded.
The outstanding feature of the
magazine i the 28 illustrations
U-i addition to the chart on'bhe
cover) whic-li enhance the practi-
cp nature of the advice it gives.
The Preface signed by James
A.- Urano FOA' horticulture: ex-
pert explains that the Depart-
ment thinks it better to d-he.n-
trate at the moment on local -va-
rieties that have succeeded- ra-
ther than introduce foreign,, -va-
rieties. In case of failure". the
IL.tter could be introduced.
The publication has some Very
good chapter especially those on
The Characteristics of.a Good
Plantb, eThe drying uf corn
seeds, and the one on tChemicals
against' diseasess. -


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i. HAITIAN THOUGHT
M'* Te NouvelisWee informs us reply is that the work of art
That talented writer Stephen Ale- must be an vengagementv, it
kq-xis, former Haitian Ambassador must be a document, a counsel's
Jt the U.N. has analysed Haitian speech, a declaration of princi-
..thought in the review 4 Books ples and a clear statement of con-
SAbroad a published by. Oklaho- viotions about the problems of
. ,-ma University. The analysis life and the destiny of 'man;
gives a complete investigation of which is really the measure of
i tendencies in different literatu- all things A.
";. Tes. over the last 25 years. This is not really a new theo-
A o Mf Alexis' article is consider- ry, but it is quite far removed
1'iled a major'effort not only from from the key to perfect happl-
:.a literary but also from a philo- ness offered in the 'Sermon on
$i'f6phi0ol point of view. The writer the Mount5.
Was .not content to illustrate pre- cHaiti-Journalv Mon. Aug 12th.
nt" literary tendencies, but also---------
examined past ones. This makes Kaiser AhDmlnum
irlds o6tudes all themoeh
is tde all the moe inter- Prospections in the South
lrstig s' i According to last Wednesday's
M. Alexis opinion on art cLa Phalange* Kaiser Alumi-
l'coutM well be not the last word nium geologists have been pros-
fl.a debate which has animated pecting in Haiti's Southern Pe-
p*1 intelectual world long be- hinsula. Findings of the prelimi-
I -re Paul Valery. Eacine thought nary investigations which inclu-
'(hat the artist should be the de Port-au-Prince, the Cul-de-Sac
i .preoner of his sentiments. Cor- Plain and the Foret des Pins have
jnielle' on the contia.ry said that not been disclosed yet.
!J, titt should rise above Na- Reynolds Metals Co have be-
tI anotherhe r aspect of art td'en-, gun rnining,in the Gonaives area.
.agmeAPt) Mozart makes 4t art' Magnetome-tre.. tests reveal the
A.iomething divine In his aim at presence 'of gold silver and iron
I .1 ._eirotlon of the etre by deposits near.. Terre-Neuve How
e pirit. ever, RHaUiwell Minea Ltd* of-
S.Tle..question ailses again, facial report states that all these
.P oes-.the -poet, the writer, the minerals with the exception of
.' ,.tist, who works with an a ar- copper (a 2% deposit) exist in
t *enqe rea!. create a very low percentage In thie
work of':ert?7 Steplen Alexis' section of Haiti.



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dreamed of the Huckleberry
Finn type of adventure, search-
ing for buried pirate treasure,
hunting big game in Africa, br
looking for diamonds and gotd.
in the Upper Amazon? Ne! But.
this love for adventure cancome
true with a visit to Haiti. '
Through a visit-to the-historic
and scenic Black Republic of
Haiti, today's would-be Walter
Mitty can experience high adven-
ture on the mysterious Lie de
la Tortue.
The average White Collar Wal-
ter is lucky if his battle with the
budget permits him to send the
annual-two-weeks-vacation at a
nice resort, which Mrs. Waiter
insists is much better than rough
ing-it in the wilds.
A solution to both sides of this
family problem can be fomd inI
less than a three.hour fLigihtfrom
Miami. While the tbetteruhalf
reclines in her beach chair be-
side a kidney-shaped swimming'
pool at one of Port an uFrinces
numerous luxury hotels, he can
take a trek to Haiti's old ratee
hide-out the Ile de la Tortame (tur-
tlie island.)..
'If he is an amateur archaeol-
ogist o&- a student of the days of
the fabulous Spanish Main, the
. will find' the 20-mile-long lie de
la Tortue a havenfor adventure.%.
Located oiC the northern towna
4 of Port de Paix, the island was
first settled by English and
French Freebooters In 1630 who.
were seeking a safe hiding place.
for their ships and treasures.
From Tortue, unkler the lead-
ership of Francis Drake andHen-
ry Morgan, they 'staged. their
raids on Spanish ships and settle-
ments. Returning from a sucss.
ful sortie they would hold a vic-
tory dance on the beach.
S The English would cry, gLet'w
form a Merry Ring:* The Freach,
who couldn't handle this EugMhh.
phrase, called the capeiint, dLe-
Meringueh and that is reported-
ly the origin of the rhy'mnic'
Haitian dance which 1 making
such a hit in the United States
today.
For over a century, there has
been much talk of great pirate
treasure buried on Tortue, but,
it has defied detection. The trea-
sure today's visitor looks 'for are.
artifacts from the pre-Columbian
Indians that once lived peace-
fully on this rugged stretch of
land.
You can flyv from Port am Prin-
ce to Port de Paix, which lies
across the channel from la Tortae
or you cau go by car.now that
.. Haiti has modernized its road
network.
Since a Tortue is rugged and
roadless, you'll need hours. ; and
a native nuide to take yo-.to the
upland capital of Palmist?, the
home of Pore Riou.
You won't be able to stay long
on La Tortue there are no ho-
tels, no cars,.no tourist amenities
But even : short visit to this
mysterious isle is memorable.
It's so close by aerial miles to
the -gay civilization of Haiti's
French speaking capital of Port-
au-Prince, but infinitely faraway
in every other respect.




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AGENCIES OTIS
SMcALLISTER, S. A.


PAGEI. HAITI SUN SUNDAY, AUGUST 19th 1U6


HAMT SUN


SUNDAY, AUGUST 19th 1966





%UNDAY. AUGUST 19th 1956


:.Vonne icut's Woodbridge
p v s On Novel c Night In

:he iit., movement is fast Iand Mrs.
d:g -jver the United Sta- Mrs. Mar
-ot only for. its potentiali- Miss Fra,
as. a tourists haven in a tro- tor of Es
al paradise, but surprisingly Mrs. Jose
Experimental theme for en- D Sherm
tnmert.in the upper brack- to, .Bostor
Jj 4g American social circles. Richard
ii x ple of this new tendan- lumbia
ewas the overwhelming success Morse.
':Convecticut's exclusive Wood- Contrit
dge Country Club *diner-dan- and anir
isant* la t Saturday night. The the souv
5 club's Entertainment Committee, the gues
:working closely with the Haiti fist Guid
,Govnrflrnet Tourist 'Bureau of Guides -
York, caie' up with a lavish tib folded
plan w;A'ci drew a capacity, -300 Sn
crowd of so-ial registerites to and 300
icA Nigh' it: Haiti', a novelty at- French
traction which hit all the front -La Belh
pages of the New England and Other
Eastern Coast. One large
The party started with a ,Hai- cChristxr
tian dinner, featuring ePunch au (Courtes'
.Rhum Ba'bancourt; Marinades 1 botl
dle Morue A la Creole; .ePoulet A of Caron
]a Belle Choucoune avec Petits Creole);
Pois, N.Pois et Riz Bicente- perfume
naire, 'The dessert was eEr- tesy of ]
-zulic Puddiig au Rhumn,3 fbllow- Throug
,ed by cCsafe d'Haiti Demi-Tas- Haiti Ga
se au Ithu:m, .and Digestif: Li- .reau the
queiurs Haitiennes.. 1 Volum
Silk-:c reenaed, handpainted Chdrie.
ship-board simulated nienus with publicat
a handsomec ,paysanneS and her Etienne
balanu ced basket of tionsHa
fruit as cover girl, and the words toire. -
and music of Choucounev, fa- red by
mous cM!6ringue Haitiennes,, on The n
the inside was given, each guest bridge C
as a Souvenir-Menu. Programs 'to be cc
of tpe evening's entertainment cess of t
vwhih ware cards of admission Edward
were in tihe form of passports. 'brams,
Two Haitian movies (Hai- Schaffer
tiadi Primitives; and &Wings to Magid,
Haitip followed the banquet, in rik. Mr.
the patio of the club. Guests ap- and Mr.
plaudecd a program of Haitian ph-o.
folk songs and folk dances feat-
uring Mrs. Emerante de Pradi- CHRIST
nes-Morse and Miss Adeline Gull- GETS 'B
tbaud, and native dances by Miss TRATIO
Altala de Pradines, .4iss ,Marie ROCHB!
Madeleine de Pradines,'Ai,d Miss Local
Anna-de Pradines. A native friday
drum solo was given by Mr. Cy- tory tel.
ril Joseph.: Madame Lina Mathon- ef n d s
Blanchet was the piano accompa- learned
nist. graduate
The Us: of distinguished guests the Roci
was headed by a group of Hal- was one
*tian dignitaries including His Ex- Maitre
cellency Mauclair Z6phirin, Am- son of t
bassador to Washington, His Ex- Adviser
cellency Jacques Leger, Amoas- tortue
sador to the United Nations, His re'atb of
Excelency Ernest Chauvet, Am- de Droi
bassador t: the United Nations, and a d
Honorable Cinna Leconte, Con- mi:nistra
sul Generiall of Haiti and Mrs The Co
Leconte; Mr. Hermann L. D6sir, took plh
Director of Haiti Government Monroe
Touri.q Bureau and Mrs. D6sir on Alex.
(the former Nicolina Melchion- er, New
na) New York City Health De- On hi
apartment Physicians and Chest mily, w
Speciali.it, Mr. Rene Marini, son Paul La


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Haitiv

Dominique Marini,
ria Theresa Livieres,
nces Kolton, Travel Edi-
squire Magazine and
eph. Honorable Edward
iann, Consul of Haiti
a and Mrs. Sherman, Mr
Morse, Professor at Co-
University and Mrs.

outing to the success
nation of the party were
enir gifts distributed to
ts, as follows: 600 Tou-
les 600 Cap-Haitian
- iOO qLet's Go To Hai-
rs 50 Colored Photos
mall woven Straw Hats
Small samples of famous
Perfumes (Courtesy of
e Creole%).%
prizes offered were:
ge bottle of perfume
ias Night: of Caron,
y of Hotel Choucoune);'
:le of eChristmas Nighth
S'rCourtesy of cLa Belle
- 1 bottle of tOrlanez,
of Jean d'Albert (Cour-
La- Belle Creole.L.
igh the courtesy of the
government Tourist Bu-
Sfollowing were offered:
i4e of the book eHaiti
- 2 Volumes of the
ion by Major Francis
entitled Les Decora-
itiennes A Travers L'His-
- 1 Statue in wood ear-
Dorismond & Co.
members of the Wood-
Country Club Committee
ingralulated for the suc-
their novel idea are: Mr.
Abrams, Chairman; Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kla-
and Mrs. Burton Levy,
and Mrs. ?arold Sha-


IAN LATORTUE, JR.
BUSINESS ADMINIS-
)N DIPLOMA AT
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cable offices were busy
transmitting congratula,-
egrams from proud fri-
h e r e w h o ha d
that among the honor
es of the 1956 Class of
hester Business. Institute
of their own.
e Christian Lotortue, Jr.,
the National Bank Legal
and Mrs. Christian La-
and runner-up for *Lau-
the 1955 Class at Ecole
t here, obtained honors
diploma in Business Ad-
ation on Friday evening.
mraencement Exercises
ace at 8:15 P.M. at the
High School Auditorium
ander Street at Rochest-
York.
and tp represent the fa-
vas his younger brother,
itortue (Choubouine Or-


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lity automatic carbines manufac- the Methodist Visiting Group left
tured in the Domican Republic. for Petit-Gofive early this morning.


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000 new carbines for knedlate
delivery, plus an estimated 5,0o6 F L
a month from future production.
Generalissismo Trujillo set up I
an arms factory in the city of A
San Cristobal in the late 1940,
wheu he was involved in quar-
reis with several Caribbean neigh
bors. For manager of the pro- A4
ject, he tabbed a refugee Hunga- j
rian expert named Alander Ko
vacs. With technicians imported '
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tries, Kova produced-alng *
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milaU to U. S. military modelg- I'
a versatile weapon with some vir i
tues of its own. The 30-cal., recoil
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res at the rate of 700 rounds per j
minute. Simple in design, it
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tieally jamproof. (
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factory has turned out a lot more ,
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Miss L. Brei was orf to Puerto The feast day
le:. o last .Fiay She wil studyl tron Saint of
b at'iianufaturing a4 the diffe- 'St.'Clara' was <
end andicraft centres. great solemnity las
traditional bamb<4
76iS Reverend Father Wolf Li- ways heralds in th
F t onuM, js .expected home from An, Saturday evening'
gem University. where he studies from Pdtion Ville,
for: ,two ye~rs on a'Mdnseigneur and the Cul-dE-Sac
oflgnon Scholarship. he young early.
Haitian priest has obtained his de- Yhe Chapel, built
i:re in Theology. ws .O years ago, by Pres
A:. ] sl. and, st Canal overflowed -a
R q A trio from t Islandi *f her- faithful who sough
muda sampled Touristic Hafi this the 6:30 and 8:00 A
Spast wee'as icets at Hotel Chou Sunday could not
t coune. ding room inside.
l1ri and Mrs. Albert Jackson of The.-St. Clara'
il' Harrington Sound Bermuda and also in the town of
iW'. s ter) Sarah Swan of Pembroke pital of the first En
: West said when it comes to moun- Thousands of pilgi
;, (ains and local'culture (folklore) Department of the A
S Haiti'has.her. sister island beaten.' cipaly St. Marc, Ve
." Rivire de l'Artibo,
o. ... yline, Gonaives and
.' Janet Kabakoff and Pauline 'Attalaye attended
e s1' ees, two young speech therapists religious ceremonies







,' ,anced down the !gang plank of nal fiesta invokes t
h.' .. he Panama liner Tuesday and the Emperor and 1
look up lodgings for a week at El Marie Claire Heurci
l; Rancho. The girls who work in or of whom the new
the States with children and ad- placed under the pa
ults with speech s problems find Clara.
they have their own problems .,--F 4iet and charm
'. when it comes to Creole and ret Stewart and Je
: French ate by' iay Sv PAA ir
--- ce from'Kingston,
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of the Pa-
,FRERES -
observed with
it Sunday. The
che. which al-
.e fiesta began
.with pilgrims
Port auil Prince
Plain arriving

t more than 50
ident Boisrond
id many of the
t to enter fqor
LM. masses on
even find stan-

was celebrated
Dessalinis, Ca-
mp'e of Haiti.
rims from the
Artibonite, prin
irrettes, Petite-
nite, Grande Sa
St. Michel de
the feast and
s. The 'traditio-
he souvenir of
his noble wife,
use in the hon-
Scity had been
atronage of St.

ing Miss Mar-
an Koon H#O#W
SPort-.auPrin-
Jamaica last


Wednesday. Both are Trinida-
dian students of University Col-
lege of the West Indies. Miss
Stewart is a Lnd yr. Honours
French student and has come to
get practice pt oral French,
while Miss Koon How will begin
her third year in her medical
course next October. Both .are
staying at Madame Desvarieux's
Chemin .des Dalles pensioni.

Mrs Pickens arrived here on
Monday with her two sisters Mrs
Johnson q&d. Mrs Young to spend
two weeks with her daughter Mrs
Sally Chambers.

Jose Anibal Maestri, reporter
for the Havana newspaper gAvan-
cea ends a week vacation here
tomorrow and flies home to Cu-
ba. Jose plans to write a story on
his visit to Haiti with emphasis
on Folklore and voodoo. Cubaca
Air Line director and Mrs Celcis
Costa showed the visiting journa-
list around town.
Haitian Tourism gets a new
boost next month as .a movie ca-
mera squad arrives to do a 30 mi
nute documentary film scrip on
Haiti for a Canadian Television's
,Passe-Partoutb programme. The
film which will be shot with the
collaboration of the Canadian Em
bassy in Port-au-Prince will not
cost the Haitian Government any-
thing. '

The showing of this reel just
after Under-Secretary of Com-
.merce Alayn Turnier's visit to Ca
nada will bring more of travel lov
ing-Canadians to Haiti especially
since there are so many language
and culture links between both
countries.

Mrs. Adeline Magloire-Chancy of
Cabinet Leger has made a dea]
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HAITI SUN


~~__________ SUNDAY, AUGUST Ith M6 _

of the collaborating in the law have decided to leave the Cite de
firm while she accompanied Engi- l'Independance and will establish
neer hubby Max to Germany on their residence at POrt4ha-Pktci
his year's scholarship awarded by Gerard is a new acquisitkim of the
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The' engagement of Mlle/.Ray-
monde Rizk to Nick Martino was
annor' tod at an intime family
party at the home of Raymonde's
parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Rizk
ii Plac2 Boyer last night. Nick,
the son of the tannerie tycoon
and- Mr- Gerard Martinob ad his
fiance are planning a December
wedd-'.Ig. Raymonde, is wearing s
diamond solitaire set in platinum.
Tameana George, lovely cde-
moiselle. from Wilkes-Burre, ce-
lebrat-i her birthday here Tues-
day.
Pau! Gentil of the BNRH retur
ied from France on the Royal
Netherland Steam Ship Solon6
Wednesday. Mr Gentil is.in fin6
form afbEr taking the ccurei, at
Bagnoles de L'Orless.
M- a-,d Mrs Raymond Vital
have rcurned from their three
montlw motor-tour of Europe.
The Jacmnelira coffee man is ex-
pected to do a lot of sport in. the
near future, having thrived on
the rich European .food.
Mrs Carl Madsen accompfied
her daughter Liesous to 'Miami
Tuesday. 'In Florida, Liesou will
complete iep rt'rousseau for hr
September the 6thi marriage 'to
Per Aggerholm. They are expec-
ted tO be away eight days.
. Mll?. Mich6le Roy has -put off
her trip to Miami and will do.her
Philosophy here. '.
Terry Tippenhauer will be held
at the baptismal 'font of .Eglise
St Pierre this morning by Snaz-
raiLeb, Gerda Tippehhau t 'afid
eparraian Gerard Tippenhaner.
A we t-ig of the baby's head (tra
ditio21al bamboche) will l 1o wat
the hocme of :'Terry's parentt'Mr
and Mrs Rudy TJppenhaueri p. La
Boule.
'. Mile May Castera left Wednes-
-day for New York where she Will
sp.'d there months studying En-
glish. Miss Castera who passed
her c Baccalaureati. successful
was feted on a- tour of the night-
el'ib' rcuit" on eve of her depar-
t*e by 'Mr. and-Mrs. Frank Au-
'try, Robert and RoseMarie Gar
d&re. -
Mr 'Earry Tippenhauer's lovely
Paeot Cite Wilson resiaehce had
people, cie.ke-ride, last Tuesday
-inight as the 'family threw their
vacation party. More than twc
liundred guestiwined. dined a-id
danced to a local .orchestra until
3:30 Wednesday morning. 'The lo
veliest of Port-aui-Prince's belles
in smArt aftire were present to
enjoy the Tippenhauer's hospital
lity.


HAITI SUN


Mr. Jean Ackmed, chief of Lhe
'rHuilerie Assad- (Oil factory;
worj shops flew to Atlanta, Geor-
gia -last week. Mr. Ackmed will
study the methods used for the
refinement o.f, vegetal oils.

Dr. Rodolphe Charmant will
fly to Europe, today on vacation
trip lasti-g a few months. Dr.
Charmaiat who after devoting
his life in Education, Hygiene
And Medeci:e to the cOeuvredes
Colonies dd Vacancesb which is
interested in the health and the
education of. poor school boys. he
will make a cure in Vichy (Fran-
ce) aid will visit Italy and Gree-
ce.


Back to the directorship of SHA-
SA (General Motors Agency) Af-
ler a three months tour of Europe
is popularoMarcel Gentil with a
store of original 'blagues. Mr and
Mrs Gentil' were wwwelcomed ho-
me Wednesday evening.
New York bound Wednesday on
the PAA clipper were:
Dr. Auguste and Monique Denize,
Frank Hogarth and Marie-Claire
Jeanton, Luisiane Dennery, Sonnie
Belitaire. Maurice Choquet, Ren6
Lafontant, Marcelle Nepf&ne, Su-
xanne Mangones, Mat Castfera, Lu-
cette Olivier, Anna' Desiradines,
Marie Michelle' Dorisca, Emma-
nuel Prophet, Lucien Lecopte, and
Eugenie., Augustin. :.
Paris-ibou nd Wednesday' were:
Alphvnsenfestilnie, Claddie'Etien-
ne, Fernabde Paquif.
Hotel.Chouconne was graced by
six of the .loveliest schoolteachers
out of captivity, .this past' week.
The gifls who teach elemerneitary
subjects in Public School No. 141
in the: republic, of Brooklyn are:
Rosary Musilla, June Simon,. Ruth
Karp, RQbeite Seligson, Salvatore
Catana, Eelyn GQldberg and a
Chicago friend, Rita Ewert. The
girls were in Puerto Rico taking
-efresher courses as most of the
pupils in P. S. 141 are Puerto Ri
cans


Popular young engineer,. Daniel Auguste' Magjoire, and his lo
bride, the former Mis 'Moriique Menos, are honieymo6ning in KensO
They were married last Saturday evening in "a d6uble-=ing cerenr
at Eglise St. Pierre de PktiorWVille, with .the Reverend Father All
Monteil, thpe 'Cure, officiating, and with 4$ witnesses signing the, (
Marriage -Acte'. The wedding cortege was forme&lby ten ujeunes1
ravissantess, wearing yellow csatinette, short-length dresses featwu
an ourlet bouillonn&s. They carried bouquets of marguerites,
wore crowns fashioned with the same flowers.

The bride entered the church on the arm of .her. Parrain de.Noc
Mr. Andr6 M96nos: .Her gown of vaporous tulle was of elegant- sin
cut, inlaid with' scintilating flowers, with an extra longue trair
tulle. The bridal gown was fashion ed by the bride's mother. Her c
fure formed a crown for the finger-tip veil of-ilusion lace.
Mrs. Max Chancy, sister of the groom, accompanied .ithe cpuple to
altar as .Marraine',


The groom is the sof of Engineer and the late Mrs. Auguste Magloire.
The newlyweds will set up housekeeping in their newly-built home
in Petion-Ville. after, their honeymoon trip.


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If you want two filet dinners absolutely frpe, *
Be t1he first to arrive at .-i.' -

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An army travels on its stoniach.- .': ;

One first person to give us the clrrect answer gets the p,
Don't travel on your stomach to 'get here! Just eomk'bh
dinary means foot, horse-back or car,. Savr, yQurO
for more pleasant.purpos's'and stock it" up. ith so.me..
delightful dishes and icy drinks. .. sm.
Even if yon don't win the free dinners, you will be surrp
at the reasonable prices onb ur la Carte menu. Even :th
our servings-are large no one cringes when he getd hi :'.i
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Mai 'e Therese Prosper retur. ,j: rley had forgotte i ;,
zed frohm New York Wedaesday. ,.a Was a wtolda aL-a
Danny Mallebr. iche, his wife l'Assomptio) or Air.to
and son Eric have returned from r looks as if daughter.Pt
zheir New York vacatic-i. Pere.w eu
Mr and Mrs David Gossett are t.ew Young il.hley .ca ;,ii
busily entertaining two distin- Ml .unls on the&a e wrie j :
awle. Nicleoe B"za~:
1guished relatic.-is from Turkey. married to 1lf. Le i n #Ie"
Mrs Gossett's brother, with the Teday Augit- 8th Lei:*'riL&
U. S. State Department in Turkey is Onur os ftt
-r.d his lovely wife are paying a Chr. rcae.U. r daeid
surprise visit to Port. ce.- I 7 U'
Alain :.id Corine Laraque are .i., c -...
back from New York.' Sl.fn "t;:' Via'ak: .
George Peters is clippering in oduAW -L..aheh .. ,
New York this week-end. A. Lines s' .... '"
Andrde and Mc-iique Poitevien iting old fr;end,j .. e .-.
few to- -New. -York oil-the. 17th Gross.. Huckester- Vial,. k i
SDenise. ,Coie6u is ff- to New that he is here on nbthig
York'today. A. .. than pleasure trip, but didi
Mr-and Mrs Auguste-Bblegai- the hint that Western .Ar lan
de are do a. from, Arkansas for champagne served on theplane
the first time in -six years. They are the rage of the old W .
are accompanied by Mae Parker; may force PAA to pampJP th
Lieutenant Jacques, Laroche ace Passengers likewise witi orchid
sleuth of the Criminal Research champagne and free trps"
Bureau left off his cycle training "
for a' -Tour l'Haiti, Tuesday and The Viau's' will spend a:Vwei
balanced a ive-re with his nume- hamboching and then return'"
rous pals 'to salute the passing Missouri*where they witlpi a.
ot another year. .The Police offi- their two grandmas .1."ht'.all
cer looks younger than ever since left with the boys. :The .Via.*.
She started cycling. from Los Angeles,:.45, Cahifo r
e Victor Gregel returned to-town : ;
i- Tuesday.,`4
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs ..T. 'E.,. i.et
Carl and Jeanine Berhmann re- (A{ Charlottesville North 'Catru
turned from Miami Tuesday. arrived Wednesday up a"' gte- .
SMr and Mrs Ren6 Max.Auguite, ainted-with-Haiti tripfr fotv fLV
*pf Librairie Nouvelle, are enjoy- Mr. McKinney is an oIen cWl'f'
ing Furcy alter their trip to Euro- bchnson C. Smith "Jver t.
pe. o *,t d that he. and his.' A|
PF6ix Anglade elipper-i o .the ,rold the idea.. ofi idtiMtP
I S. last Friday for a twc. ear tse- by Haiti's old friend, Cl4tI
Jour'. rttt of the.Associated.Nei
Mrs. Yolande Mhercer.ori fISP) 4Xrged- them rto'helm !
observed her lbrthday ann:mrary : Lgry-,'in their jt'baryi4
on August 13th with ,friends cars Cai4lbean cruise. '..he .e.
linihg"Ruelle RiVi6re all'. 'c,,;wa.wy ayi' pd-laant .spotqn-yeTsr
bhck to Esso Casoinie Statijn, as Icator and'MA cnIme ,
They converged upon her .> offer (ivgaton&...todayi.
their congratulations' anq ltPs wi-wndeUrfol .inoaon p'/
sbh during a party from 5 o' pr.m. reonge,,rs They<'wcr $i
ltep~hoC0uile V149'
Jardin 'Tropiqalhas .nnoated .-. ..*.: .. ;.,
courses,"free. of ocharze; onI tome \'i
rdening and flowers k'rr. with sdo
Agronomist Rcger Victor o"t the r;Qje" 0'o irei".
old 'Ranch Hiands of Dam.ien-i d 1u..is'.oslyll. 'b..Ie
.5el!i'ifg out the technique i:. -,;m '-rtenut.ha1n.
p!, terms that. housewife n.r. am- ob0ervaliaw -'
-pe nn b 3" h N..
ateur gardeners ,find no nifficailtyv, al:ton. 5k
in absorbing. .. ..... ,upcergo"'i.a. oV
Mrs. Grbgg, popular Urimn Scho- sinusitis. The'..otuii i
^i teacher, .ins,'the.winna.r. ef the '- th p '.V-
frst.,of: o sere.,ofcoiteis being Mrs.&'ban Cdtavte "
cdrducted bt .55AV.uChitec-;'r.. If -F -0
o *timwant to be luture li.-y %in .-iltfir]:.
b I t ,; : .,t , :'6 ..,SIid1
"ier, just follow their a d5 in this slipnesof ktfe4 Can
paper. I 0 'F'hbz4ay46Mh-)'ia .
; Martha Sneedy"'iW eten!.':.;..her Jean'"ta"" ""
,visit i! this city.- When .C._r. with cole Riboul "1,rIeo
David 'and Eve Young, gave a m'a'opy. in irs't
,fatp 1well luncheon at 'Au Chnni d -P eimfliing. R ^*r
clAir' on ,Monday before le&:ving Roger Getlis'J")a,
:or'the airport she -crmod .a,! at irue nii
w 4
leaving the plie of her l:rth g i, being coursi12
ly Upon reachi-g Bowen PF.'-d sheI The .sultry onjti *
if- rPeeided that even if she !a, one of Dhjoie, fifas e.ndqd. thpf'
By ftosp lucky -creatures 'va) have Hotel Olofion,.- w
d 'iri lives,"' sfe'd rather ixck the New York.'-iento :w,
" fF-st of them on the direct flight rumoured'sie'wio l w t
es 'on Wednesday' So shp stayed *'n neat Manhattai docto",,4,
g' witb .Doctur H. laey ";r':. i. ,Unle.' (Cgntinued '.over.tHe.
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!frame, away with a sharp knife.
when the pane was removed, he
reached in and opened the whole
window. Mr. McCormick's stron-
gly developed sense of hearing
thwarted the attempted burgla-
ry.I The only evidence of the
prowler's visit was three dead
-.match stems which he used to
ilght his way around the bath-
'room.


General Kelly
Of Mobile Alights
General Lawrence B. Kelly, De-
puty Commander of the Mobile,
Alabama Air Depot, touched-down
here Thursday in his C-54. Gener-
al Kelly, on his first visit to Haiti,
was guest of 'U.S. Air Mission
Chief, Colonel and .Mafdaie S. S.
Riddle at a Le Perchoir dinner,
and a Hotel Riviera cdansntu
Thursday evening.


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University Rector
pDecorated By
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Dr. Jean Price Mars h'is been
awarded the diploma an.-! .N ora-
ftnns.of Commander of the L.tgion
rf Honour by the French Govern-
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BEACHCOMBER
(continued from page 19)
Tom Collins spent Thulsday
here visiting his client, Roger Co6s
ter and Hotel Oloffson. Tom who
is the Hotel Representative drinks
nothing but ginger.
Two of the cutest teenagers to
set foot in port since the days of
Anacaona, Bette Jo and Carole
Musgrove leave tomorrow for edu-
caitonal appointments in New
York, via Panama Line. Friday
night their farewell was 'bambo-
cheds in style at Reginald de Mat-
teis' home in Bourdon. An 8:00
P.M.-to-nearly-mrorning affair, the J
famous Aux Calebasses orchestra
provided the dance music.'
The Th6baud's gave a fiesta last
evening at Castelhaiti Hotel for
the young social strata of Port-au-
Prince. '
Dick Leegstra whod was here
with Cuiraao Trading Company
for the last fd1u years has return-
ed-to Hola.nd for gobd, with his'
wife anid son. Mr. Leegstra .andj
his wife, a hard-working 'team
were well thought o6f in'he': Cap-
ital, and wil be. missed "from the
scene.
'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Wiite
of Hartford, Conn., stopped in port
this week' enroute to Bogota
Colombia. to1 yisit with their neph-
-ew;'.Forest Hill and his wi4,ho
were here wil the Geodetie-iir-'
vey for tlirep:years (1948 to 1951).
The Whites .other nephew. Lest-
*ter Hill who was here with PAA
mniarried- .athy Tooley here: '
Atterton ,.Lee of Cliatelet des
Ffeurs returned, from the States
Sunday where he'vlsited his flow-
er customers. He says States'. ius.
tomers are better.i than. satisfied
with Haitiam flowers. &The, Del-
phiniums are gorgeous:.

,ODAY -_S1IO P.M.
,'Homme la'lCravache d'Acier
5:00, 7:00. and 9:00 P.M.'
Les Rois de Iak Couture
WONDAY, :00. P.M:
-4 Gaviota ,
rUESDAY -. 6:00 pnd 8:15' P.M.
Les Rois de la Couture .
WEDNESDAY 6:0d and 8:15
David et Be4tsabee ..
THURSDAY O 600 dnd 8:15
L'Oiseau du Paradis -
FRIDAY 6,00 and 8:15 /
,Les Rois de laCouture :
SAT3.tD"AY .'- 500, 7:00 and 9:00
4L Baie des Fant6mes
SUNDAY ,5:00,- 7:00 and 9:00
Au Royatpte des CraptAe '
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