Haiti sun

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Haiti sun
Place of Publication:
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
R. Cheney, Jr.
Creation Date:
May 10, 1953
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.


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


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

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EILPort-n-rince3 R~publique D1HIT11 SUNDAY, MAY 10THr 195No32

Onl May 31St the first Haitian Haf' ii-naieihpi
Bishop in the history of the' Re- born in wqdlock, on September,, rt ihtd
F pblic will be consecrated in im- 30th '1010,' in Petionvile., i eigi
Pres rsive ceremonies in the lNotre parents, are- Jean Augustin, and vhspt
'Dafme Cathedral. He is Mgr. th former Regina Birreau Hefafruth
R~hAugustin, newly, named (Cntin on Page' 14 his beloved PaxsBu ncoer
Auxilary to the Archdiocese o
'Port, au Prince. th de extibbCean
TVe Prelate took'his oath of Of adventures nte3ja
p e ,before, the President of Fr nch df ih
the Republie in the Nitional Pal-
atceS61 des Bustes. on'Thur adayIq 0IT
pi)30th,, in accorda e bit
ro'and friends' at, the Hotel aill Ceo -ee the oiodtsgel3ya

Dh ros olonMiaddred!ssafter repeatting'hig vows,
b7 and His Excelle cy Mauelair
eE thittidhiii0i
Region; ixiade tho veply. MusilP
ema-for, theMalds warehou f the' mil and wass was furnihy by the Se ninr
reots, that $209,000 detected when watchmen on duty ists' Chioir.
erty w js'ot i4n smelled soinething b Chburninghdoe, "h
'fiethat guttd "its' Some of the atch ere etit toNEW PRESIDENT OFk
lea Potai St. Work with fire dzig hr AITIAWRED ClS
aryWednesdamon while, another tried to call for.
29h. Luckily, the help. But-, the phones --as is Dr oi o ecm h e hefrtif h
aplcy -with tle rH4 e too often the case win Haiti rsdn fteHiinie
-,opanyf whokr,6elo were: out of order. By the tie mrs tacyeoyledTus 08ER
J.Pipps. And Com-, a workable phone' was foxind in da no nteDprmn fSpecialist, I Lece Here.
saenow underway to:, a nearby army post, the flamesPuic eat.rset ee
1spto gie omuhha yfrPublic Health Secretary Roger A,A distingtfished 'Fe]ich. brain_' o 1a' `d1ardp m o h
y ytetpe th iedprmri osvdleDorsinville, IUndersecretary Dr. sur eon:,_m- Dr.:,Le Beau: f the Schoo o
htrme bui g.ndd Ibfcm h lzegtAnf.SmadMr rdSie atiireesjia e
es d yt d. thot fie.deart ment ee tohae "aith Iit Laimrct ,prsna lii1j ]ensd a esa e
b k uti te, (Crthrd n ae 5 tv f h jIt rnaira ed Sig e- arint stae Hoptate l relef jdz hlhg re
Anrom and Mnd tFf eetrsLo oa s'.sit'
the crop Sanatorium, s replacinging. In fact the blaz t'got .
so ho that91 8 peele the Joaiph BuCua oa ed e cn a1 co o rel eh
firsto tv e of sath e r Itrnatieorgnal Red plesa tist eyotPth e )i (Co on
O 9 out;i n the. me nt iwas c onu e P n an ex tio
Dr.i Royto who ciase ofr ore oefee John On Snunialy dyy 8th ans she
t o~~~~ Orrstg U.S. -t t forr' o irb s Inta r- m rc n f eeHnr u at e F u
affv ecomeet gt Fairs An Jacme eerHaitano the T ed Saatriuss reaing 4the-soette acut ote, Mac 0 l
Staes .'Dr Jotisep ofa asrldcal hamtd. Me icn Hat p et had indt 0evst
it;~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~O theh dii e redycutr a eamjrocsio aste relief owrg Tiza ,wit(al6naiinued oon.Pdge.2) ohn Vipets 6
NG makesAprl A1 menomwascobncuedi 'oihn c an ex ionReul.rdy h es o ue eoeei
y agen D uiretoran for angeim otate between Johni ve in.Peidently ~ th wasli thertemoerPu ithrewaveyuho ih
tfodanty aganstgnur gbt aendporswih AnnRdiverssgary fpca me-ettrdhilet ih\iyg
mvig fterfirslty and pSoateit for Ithefr-Aeeia word> Haenr as at tih.Seeristunder efrtmth n h es esv ly n hog
!: aion S T hen a faie s (Cnt, cire on ePge 11) Haiia Rof foohal Red Cros whiceh phtdVas( o tiu dlriP g

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sands of miles away. Spending

Personality Of The Week himself to the limit, reserving
e : for himself the hardest tiks,
S(Continued from P e 1)
deriving his authority from"the
-his. .mountain knowledge dutirig their faces, cold stiffening their- example he set, always in tne
the exciting days of the last war clothes; the glaze of tV'e truoi- vanguard, Ae made victory pos:
':,*hen he commanded a company cal gun blinding tbi; 'ir sile. 'aft' last Mg stage to
0.f French Alpine Troops. The bodies and brains sitjtgsh from the top 1'es the f4i6p of his
level-lieadednes. and courage'he. 'fatigue and lack df odygen judgment "i~d '6rmina'tidn.
I': played' in that period made THEY MADE IT TO 'IE t6'O. The natifal thing would have
A'."' .
r.the French Federation of Moun- Two. almost. exhausted men been' to establish a sixth camp,
.'eCrlihes choose him as lead- crept up a steep wind-scoured but Maurice had the vision to
.'- w en they planned the Ex- slote of snow and "reached -a realize that one more day spent
editionin to conquer .the virgin small 'level space. There thdy on the climb might cost tblie
'eak..6f ohe "Himalayas in 1950. -saw that there was nowhere high 'the summit,, and so he decided
:- lie, party's purpose was to er to"go. They were standing on to. make an all-out-dash,
.Uir.b either Dhaulagiri or Annq the stinmmit of the highest moun. Al) tfre world knows fhe
,'itDa',W.tdwo.80oo-meter mountains. fain et climbed by nmyn. But price that had to be paid. 'And

4n th1 vetry heart of Nepal.'Dur- their victory over G*The'God- 'Maurice faced his ordeal with a fd their dangerous trek they dess ,of the Harvests .-'as An- resolution and courage paerhapbs
U..maKe scinUfic obseva- napurna is known to, the Nepal-' even more 'admirable than thatt
.tlhsof all.kihds in' the Asiatic ese --:was the prelude to disas- he displayed on the climb. He
.!,b'Ltv. so lo6ng forbidden to ter.- 'A long series of.. mishaps slowed an utter disregard of
i.mien. Everything,'in Ne- dogged their descent, climaxed self. It was typical of 'him that,
0.ltieloilgs tp the Maharajah but by the loss of Herzog' -gloves. Tn' as they emerged 'froM the cre-
b.gav .permiussion'.or the equip spite of frost-bite 'and ,'snow- vasse where they had bivou-.
S'i t.'to crass .hi JlofLy"cou6iry blindness Vaurice made it back backed his first thought should
..wItl'tbheuir six tons of equip- to'"the ca'e p where ti& expedi-' be for the others, and his first
'.' kieco ais asn ce s66i prove ton d6r -W as fi. Even words were a r quest that hey
a. ei. D5haufagti -- a 2,0g-ft his .sll ,1coulq tol save Ie gal should ledve him behln'd, an&
.-peak -.-.was iz ssible6to climb. ait l jibers- swollen fingers 'increase their own chances of
:.-of '.l"ay' egh: its search and s. Operation a'ter opera- safety,'. .
S'* I.Aau the w tic f otlwd i.n a race agast. '
oce' stage th eath dealing agrene It -The endless returnh narch i.
ias mib etreat".l, ,'they ..fled as ahighnprice ito' iay for vic- the' monsoon rains, the succes-
thea- ry, butonly his tubon cour-, sion of amputations, the Ibng
a1orY t e Ie.l heaqedess a.d .monthkof t iimpbilty'and their
-e re '&t 'ans., dring sr t kep Maurice aconmpanirment of pain -' 'from
L-- vilagers, o a paying the final wager nu all these he hag emerged at last,
.their 1s grim battle And it was standing on his own feet, again,
o '' tain' .~gIel due to him that the other with a heightened simplidityi and
S. o m ers of the iextpedition came moral sensibility, as though Qu
' -.2 hr6 igh with the loss of a ri'fied by e 'fis with a sense
oor,.e.-y.begailts assi singe life. of wonder and fulfillment that
-: g-.'a e'ffua''Six In speaking of Hezi6g's' lead- we see .him turning again to-
s apwre' establish '--' the ership the President of the Him- wards' life as towards renewal,
b-laSecaxnat thie-1,71()footlmark, alayan Committee' of Mduiltain seeing moine good in it because
at .the last ~a.':ijPf of 24.360- Climbers- reports: "Bis remark- he himself is a better man.
t t wasi'fiomthat spot that able physical fitness was the re- It was ivhile Herzog was re.
!-e zog and his douipariin Lbuis flection of his will and of the covering from the effects of his
Latliknal began their final near- faith in victory which he in- series of amputations that he
a 'rl ek to the summinit.. spired in everybody, even in all first tleg'a to write the- story o01
.With, sriow whipping info. of us at home,. so many thou- his amazing adventure propped
,, ''. .'... ..: e..... ... -r ..= : -. u p a ,, C
S~ up in a hospital bed in the Pari
W suburb of Neuilly. .One write-
Sode e'i ; best., he says, ,when one 'is suf
OU neOW fearing, when one is reduced to
RT h 'LAi T complete immobility.' And cer
STYLES tainly the results of his writing
*, by VAN HESEN bore out his theory. Almost a,
-soon as it appeared on the Anme
S H6n feuse new short collar rican bookshelves, .Annapurna
tyles arM the st modern hit the top of the best:selle
able, hindsome collars matter list. Now it is the No. 1 piede c
e an m c's faoce.
ro a sha rtesh treads, hort non-fiction and has gdne into it
_rounds, shortyeltsadort rt fifth printing as Eurdpen a
butt6hnowns with rdaOXdr or
STMwid ..jpo. So ,_in well as American libraries dlan
anLd qe these exciting pew Van
I1 i' sho*rte lr 'lirts, We our for more and m6re copies.
.* have them in white, colors and What is Mr. Herzog going t
.l do with his profits? Why, fifaric

Aetim in
Jean e A, oUra


Photo taken in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John. CampA4
Public Affairs Officer in Sao Paulo, Brazil, at a recepti
our of Mr. and Mrs. Jamnes R. Echols, newly arrived
of the- Department of Courses of the Upiao Brasil-Estkd
'dos, Both couples are known to the ,Sub's' readers sia
were both in Iai,ti' Mr. Campbell as PAOa th'e Amerif
bassy and Mr. 'and Mrs. Ethofs at the Insfitut Haitiano
cain. Left to right: Miss Nancy Wing, American teah.ri
' Uniao, Mr. Echols, Mr. Camp bell, Mrs. Echols, and M'
bell. Th'e. highlight of the celebration was the
bottle of haiti's famous Barbancourt, brought to Br&zil. i
.United Statds,' carried in a suitciae. -
"' *

lowing the amputation of his fin-
ges' and toes. .
What hid .he think of the inoun
tains, of. Haiti? 'iThey are', he
said, 'as nice as the people., But
he didn't have time to make a
reconnaissance on foot before re
turning to France this week-

gb1 leitufe at'.the 'French In-
stitute 'on April, 28th -showed
what the Haitian publiU thought
of HIM 1,500 persons crowded
into. the modernistic auditorium,
to see the film of fIerzog's adven-
tures with his own commentary
- it was the largest audience
in Institute- history.'.








andoter expedition to the Ulira
Jayas, of course. As he told You]
Reporter, MWfis, oui I still love
mountain climbing!' In fact, hi

By request of President
gloire, Rei'zog also Mhowed
films at.' the Casernes DTessa
theatre and on Friday, May
gave another talk on' his a
tires at the National Palac
ter *which he was deco
ivith the Natioial] Odifer of
our and Merit 6'ficer's r
In between his numerous
pearances, the famous rftou
climber splashed happily i
big new' tool at the Vihll C
and assured one and al
Haiti was one of his fav
countries !

Mid F renckL Brain
tSpbialit 'Letiures, H
(Continued from Pag

rapy. The next evening he ad-
dressed the Fr-ench Institute on
Le Trait'ement de la Doiileur.
the noted Doctor reportedly
perfordis an average of 75 deli-
cate brain operations each

even scaled an alpine eak fol- m6nth.


The three year-6old'dtd
'the new manager of 4rh*
Hotel had a. close bWu
death Thursddy .wheS'
into a pillbottle and; Fv
a large overdose of peda1
mother knew nothing al
action until she was- u
wake the child frof.t 'I
afternoon ,nap. The' li
. recovered consciousne-
later and is now on tbh
.recovery. .

Amerli Fitndc

Bank Here ,
IB9 .' :" 3

y 1st, According to a std
dven- Matin, the Governni
ce af- thorized a group b'.i'
)rated financiers to establi~l
Hon- bank in Haiti' with. i
'ank.' two and. a ,hlf ilIi.
Li ap- The group was rep?,
mtain negotiations by M.VCIy..
n the and Albert Plonde. "
Treole 'the Department-,:
i that thoroughly investigate
ourite ject which will le -.Q
in accordance with. '
1952 Law aimed at.s:
credit facilities, in
re' still protecting tleho,
e 1) the Haitian people. .

Pad Vtena FMAi
Secretary hi &.'

Settling down to,
First Secretary 'of..';'
Embassy in Ciludad9
Paul Verna graEdua
racas Diplomalc

t Ma-


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I ILinh l neighbor 0er The combined fleet-willefeat re 00: -Ai
ab osl Dted lta hag 9 ed the oi since 192,8 D-6's and '57-passenger Conke at osr: nonnso C)r0sa
%vroIkith -the MAidwest Cicago 8 &Sauthern, founded if" overeas, Isrvice, with ew 44-passejrt ; tper xivair;:30
I)" qehpdminhant in the M ississippi Valley and, ties hit to ouglasDC-S's0dnshopterflights_9dditionnal27
AW Wl. U t40's will; continue H e' 'd"ii d u until i-' %A fosi 01
V;ge is- one of ,top manahgem'e*a nd line pe a nnelk as mnile-e-hour,tDC-T" will be' 1;ieb al ei a
,iish pibd ill gain from the! combinationn qftet an obndfit will' Ioa nearl Z(krrfw 400 i
~by, the Civil.,eronaut'cs Board'and the. President of, Based 'on current passenger r-, heiik
skitk has now" been ratified by, the'stockholde rs of each bie the fifth largest dlomiestic airli he' s e Apng
asone- company, Delta-C &c eitns, is "now in effect: U.S. metropolitanib reas and -20 00 000: n ar Wea
the im'medi'te present, flight schedules will remain the. sa me Anpl a emp e p iotec proviion, ae hen madeo~p
bohd isifr.nTru plane service will continue in copperain oneohhle -Jn-hdotenga rashfum o,
criecinin &Mtional, Air Lines 'to the West Coast, an TWA aursgreater opfionunity or;al Tvsyovill bedng
Dsrit, -Piittsurh:and New York In -the near future, however, friends 'behind the tiicket counters, thesni charming stewreSer-,
ditional through-flights' will be Offered, including ex~panided service. on all' aircraft.,
tween. major cities, of each &iVision. Still other services are'plane'd In all 61 clitks of the'new system fohis,1 week 1you .wil :,And,:":i
deelopment if authorize yteCvlArnuisBad consolidated ins'gi -nthe cointers an~d i the- windows, 'an w
Themege ailie ntedstomantain tepuaoneaed map on the wall, anewv joint, time-a. b or eeec.
thpoid~wdago paies, fo fredybospitable evesw, all your old frieqds under a n.ew' bayin0, but, as anxious' as.pd
esp luurius quimen-al satsin air onallflihts please you and to serve you with Wh b ,t nair tr npoatatwis
pu q!mn-clsasn ao n ~l;t I

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3 e t -. e UNJON SCHOOL .
.* .... ...; jam along the193 h in Washingtonarrived on home 1953, 4t thenew
Te eEe report
-i 'Ru t. tuesday am '* Exposition, Chai
day..was. caded '.,, .. 'de, is., Mr. Leggett;'t-",
o Lieutenant Georges lie Fils B board is Mr, A. i
t .-Ti pouce is. flying to north rear. of ls,
'; '. .- Amprica this weekend to attend t t he ..ur.Lh
byei otypade a firemen's conference He ex- The Ambassador .of Vnezue a e. i. .r. o "r n:i
..., air rtsi.tig pects to be absent.two. weeks in. Haiti,-Dr. Falson Briceino, 'as A Caane ocoulme agenda was a.o
SH"af"ai b ourrn- : returned to Caracas to take' i- 1) Annual vepOrt
S. s .codd animal pd-. 0: his ne.w and important.duties as Fiday evening.His Excellency of the Board,
asis2 a. n .. of the
# g her .lbadl 'wilf.hlug-h Gisain Gouraige Who irecent- Senator of the public,. the.residen't ':of the. Republic 2)' Trea"r er -'
Ssmore, she'guided lyrece.vedhis l fr'om the : -0:- apd,'ladame Pal .Magloire pre- Mr. A.' de lttl
o, housidedo'er' a magnificent 'soirde' 3) PT .rsdht,
doDipomatiInstitute of Paris is r.rJean Vorbes, ex-Secretary er a magnificent 3) Presid
af with all the, busypreparinghis thesis We'll: gt he Haitan Embassy in Oiu- at Cabate Choucoune. Members Mrs L. P Mongeai"
an experienced hear iore from this studious lad dad Trujill, arrived home ,las. of the: government, military, of- 4) Buiding Camm"
flrels-u ).BuildingyGMrn,
ant .. later .. weekend as and leaders of the com- by ,Mr, H' Tiebau.
A". ,-e"k -Tebr, 'H .
S' :",, -0- ,. r muity attended; 5) Principal's.Re
businessman Edou Piastor.'ulienhi,Craa; ,had ,of Mr, Robert Baussan, powerr L Sager, '.
Euro .st dth Aaent't ~~issin'.ih the operator of the Ibo Lele. hotel a6n%.Tolhti.t 6}>Ways nd 'eai
e Pama e H renc Alles is visiting his a e Reuge, is back r .a
man ero,. p-renti ort., New 'York where he conferred A record crowd is expeted ,to'. 7) Election of.
icsnh-'wi' ','ith associates on tourism dattehn the return miatcb between' Nominating Comn
eadrid -his month... E :His' Exe ncy Mr. M;'A;-:deH Velopment in Iaiti .. wrtiers Hector .Fare'.11 Tar- L.'-P. Mongedu: r.i
-- .... '. Clercq and M.P de, Begque -- .zanan io di Plo.'The fight G. Allen and'
ew, -.p.r. has 3ust pdar-" who have ended 1rmilon. It .is rpctd at Mr. Danted which is considered a'a revenge '
ti iH re gter i shortly :eting Will take plac Wednes- .
h. .re..-spbe La : e. .,o .t te o e t ire du P .day 13th YesterdeyaB. 4
thana l se.o deo ...le, .. --:--. f that alIe
.. ,-=. --.. Pstor McConuell.- has pub- .enri eilRae .. 4
''., :. .)'4' ,. SundayMayrdiwas te ith-' ..hen prtestd lished his. second edition of .--:0' .'
+.g..n-,wIsp^e,.y^ y (4t) ,ey a a- .enrga 50 protest)' UYotiCan Learn Creole. It is on Charge d'Affdiese.o
w. e dul e ch ",m 1 '
^ t"wre .oEH Ne aga. tis torMr. Henri Des- sale at. La Caravelle for $1.25 "an Embasdy is.',
Seo--o'.p" '". psom e rges ,ith --:0:--'s of the, .outstaidingd
feon, a.. .ealterature of Mr. ViCtor .f. the Nanoal oirnalists of pT'com
.. 'F^dl a.hd D k bR, d thir birthday :has just ed. for the second, to specialize. tto M in

0eAI0prboestedr eni t han4s.e:o ndeition aorfis ti 7;
+o++rs= +,..e -:o.- e- +e o.

:"y 19 floe r. ed'Mrs. E'dith Efron Bogat eith only waiting Lorn his glasses to .
..... a. .. ..... has ,'een dyingg aui.- :tea -.i.ding a '..oope

'- ,*: .i ft'". ;. M. t : r G ,teaching with nar.; Rigola munit up at unayei

.2. ,' ,,'a Unesco expert ,a. at.i6e, l,, re, C
v .;-",.l;aereIu rs old who .".a :i e4 4siFl .w nnIe 'ib nb r di \i'.l'd"soo.
Lio tIs 1 o -sayon ianelife.eschoa rshnpki"i Th.oe, .oungl .
17 a-c-e e)he by: .O :o : n H. .Pr o '
Araelives qurs fh1r. :"-sr
yrs o'Ar'ott:A';t',.h ee 3 nt erfer :es-wit a' ".,

,...'. ].,tr..opical:, -- .. .; ... 4. ..-....I Pe rtzc-n

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. Mr. Herard L. Roy is to jour-' : ..-..:,
L.i" L,- .. L ". ; :'. .. ". "- e
. ney to Switzerland nett month *,-Mr. rc. member of the
and'talke part in an.ecodomic .'Ministery of Commerce of Cgi-
d; sooWal. conference .which wiu ada, visited 'Haiti un mission,
;be held in Geneva. last week.


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7Y, MAY 10TH 1953


i"2, 'Challoner Crescent,
London W. 14
t April 20, "1953.


Mr. Shine are being given the
royal he-haw here 'in England.
Though they are no doubt nice
young men, they are represent-
ed as a rather comical vaudeville
team burlesquing political is-
sues. No one seems particularly
worried about their reporting,

i LIUUh ougi unlU.erneaUI. tIe geI itlt gen,
lard : .
Sis. a iee whih sp6ofing, there is genuine' con- we
Sis5. a piece which
cern over these particularly in-
uve of interest to you. T
, in gland and ept American tactics.
e, I'm in England and is a
,ting off more or less 'The Daily .Express this morn- ing
7.for generall syndica- ing refer to them as a,modern pea
far I've got one U. S. day Gallagher and Sheen with at
,. Paris daily, andr am the headline 'Positively Mr. pea:
'g for Germanf release. Cohn; Absolutely Mr.'Shine.*' It Am
! -
e: interested" in further all -doesn't spell good publicity be,
mie know. for the U.S. -Whatever 'virtue cia]
the purpose of ,Mr. C6hn and Mrn' The
:.ii. Sin,. regularly Shine has,, the general .public
ease note change of ad- hete believe them 'to 'be juvenile
Ive.- ..' sno9pets juit out of school trying
pis regards, t6 tell their'elders 'how io .tun
e aver,, theif lives. 'The- specific issue
- ;Garry Davis. pounced upon bh&e is 'that Cohn.
::. April20, 1953 and Schine seem to want to talk,' .
!'' : to people in the .BBC. Ouch! ,
.ENS That makes every Britisher
S. laugh and bridle at the 'same

McCarthy's globe time. It's'as if the House of
tn, Mr'. Cohn and Parliament send ,'a rocket com-


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Carry Davis Former World Citizen Who
Camped Here

ce to deal witn our own as
see fit.'

he implication in- the press
11 too clear. They are, paint-
Cohn and Schine ag they ap-
r to them which, Lay not be
all the way either -they ap-
r to themselves or to 'the
erican public. I suggest there
set-up in Washington: a spe-
department called fDept Of
Other Fell6w's Viewpointw,

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Providence, Rhode Island
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mittee over to the U. S. to have
a little talk with the N. Y. Yan-
*Tell us how to handle Com-
munists! Indeed! We always
thought you Americans were a
bit foolish about that one, but
don't carry your foolishness too
far. Snoop around your own de
pal.ments if you wish, but give-
us credit for sufficient intelli-


point will have been humbled '
to the extent, fth4t thpy recog-
nize thai Americans are human
beings too, and as such may .,
have things to learn as well as ALA..
to teach. We are knowri'for our I r
generosity as well' as bur im-.
.petuopity. .

Would it be presumptuous to h.
isuggest-,thAt Messrs. Cohn and' .'' '.
Schine ask the BBC what they --. tia, Nwnro ,.
might advise in handing this A.'PrwdiC OfG i
particular problemm?' leric Co.,, S: h9'
.. D .. ..Ditfihbulor itm,
Gary'Davis. veeio.-iCank.'
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April l8, 1953. .
.r Bernarq iitin hedBea and np ll
wonder if yoti could; gi e me 'p,.s uacy ApwanVs&:
ie information concerning a .'
tter of 'doctors.

,ast week I was watching' '
. of the quiz television 'shows '
ned 'The Big Paybffw, which I
brgnaei 1401 ywo C^lio -.^^^^^^^^^^^^H^B^^^^^^^^^^H^

brigiriated''in 1Hollyvood, lifor-
,. .
nia. It was a 'coast to coat 'th-
levision show as you .can 'guess,
because I could see 'Rhode
Island. .. :

They happened to introduce a
.perseron Haiti, who, as he
said' himself, was studying to be
.a. doctor., The reason, he said,
Ivas because ;t ere are I* (seven.-
teen) doctqr' in Hai-ti.-.for1 the




.th million people. TIere 'is.-no "
ell!ng the.urmurs of pity from
m I v.n:-....k-S.'
the studio audience. 0 FRELS -Rou..
-- 0i .S. But the worst part of it, Ir d l _____ ___,._ .
SGet that feeling some friends from the college. .___ ..0 ", It':.-".-
d traction .., watching .television at that time .
era a ree,, d and .tey td not know what to '
,, o .. ..t. ei t teo'YI,. .s^
oelopH sa. I t" ex pain 'to thaem a .
Mopo t this Bi probably' meant to .. .a

esayrc .940,'tt else, -u but natural- ,
r e say o ele s but nstiukra
Luted mAT a nev p we ... sw e i -T 1
ut-. & .' ; ; er' J Voul iker you to help me,.." cot'' '"
wing .or talking. Or h heavierr
p on going where lorig 4 oalt,, $ living me an estimate of "
ors quit.w .ow m ny doctors there are in HLK
'I.-W.' ai' If possible i would like. -A
A, I dHS WL to have it printed in the ,Haiti uuuur
.a EiSinm w hieh would- be enough
A.'.I. M G proof when I will show them the SK
Very truly yours, Distillers Leith. Scotlnd
Adrien R. Laroche. *,rradio Trdg-..
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and have it staffed by represen-
tatives of all countries in the
world.. Then before a mission
left from the States to do any-
thing from tourism to lending
dough, to making business
deals, to spreading Christianity,
to giving agricultural advice, to
Senator McCarthy's scouts, they
be briefed on the likely reaction
to their mission. I daresay that
ndany won't start at all, and
those that do providing the
department is allowed to really
nraesent the other fe llrow's vir.Ew-




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ST. going to take things easy Seems that one of these medi- New and Intriguing Travel
today.. .Just a 'few short, para- cal research chaps took a dive Literature Published by Haiti
*Tratli../ I.y doctor warned, me into a field bf tomatoes and
z-oThe latesL edition of ,k Guide
notito overstrain my mind by came up with the information, The lesL edition of A Guide
:'to Haitiv just off the press,,gives
Stingto.write a long article .that the tomato plant, fruit, to Haitiust off the press,
to the prospective tourist, a quick
I --Have t.seenI Marcel since, he stems and leaves, is crawling
'h me .out 'of his.. lab three with sex hormones. Extracts picture of romantic history and
rago. -He as been hiding will be on the-market in about goaphy as w as
tm .He has reason, to. You a year. Probably under the outline of the enormous progress
't.e scoundrel has been tell- name, Tomatine. which has been, made in the
stories about me which are Now I understand why ma- patfew years in economic, so-
ot true toes, when I was a boy,. were cial, agricultural ard educational
led development of 'that small island
called love apples.
'At the' Turgeau .Club the Republic inthe Caribbean.
tlier eight he askpd group of .Wnt t the At Center. two Free for te askingat the of-
friends- if they had heard week ago to see when Dewitt ficial agency of the Haitian Gov-
io&iny; latest visit tp my doc- Peters could ee with Marcel ernment in New York. (The Hai-
Or :' urse, the hadn't. and myself. Mr. Peters was not ti Tourist Information Bureau, 30
.1' ..sald' Marcel, -Tommy there. When he read in *Haiti Rockefeller Plaza). This 52-page
-. t,.tose s his doctor,, last St.i that Marcel and I were illustrated booklet is crammed
e. told him that hi taty min o see him he i at ith information for the visitor
:too hia, andthat e wat- .y. packed up-and left the coun-' and student. All the necessary
?e it lowered.. .. ', statistics are included ... about
PE .The: doctor looked at him in A chap named Jason Seely is population, climate, exports and
zah aemenLt" -t donrt quite .un-, taking his' place. I 'knew him imports, travel facilities, nation-
'idersand, Mr; rant, he said. when he was here before. He al holidays.
1rour'.Yo talty is too high arid hasn't changed a, bit, same wlie, There is a succinct but colour-
S4you .want it. loweredd. Just what'.- same haircut; same'pair of khaki ful history of Haiti written by a
*ldo'you mpan? '. 'pt he-had in1943, Haitian ... an account of the na-
.4ust what I :aid, Doctor, tional progress ... the public
d. ."... .
..Tomnmy"yeIl'ed.. My' vtaitity is Edith Efron left for. France. works ... Workmen's Cities ...
t'oo -hih. It' 'all y head. last. Week. I: didn't cres. if she information about the 'import
That's not .a&;...: Several'. peo- never comes- back; and expert 'of capital ... income
'ple.have repotej ':to me, that he,' Before she. left she told some taxes .. as well as.religion, lit-
told tiem.Ihave" alead like a of her friends a story. Marcel, terature, painting, music and
*p lno As shesaid, poured soiti ogaso- dances, sports and entertain-
t.t4lh i W.....', linee? an ant hole: on his ment,.hotels and'shops .. even
....-ee stoto..awn' od Waiting o .a bibliography.
was .en -see:hat wotldha .i Also hot 'off the press and
.' Suldely. tiny.' adillac, lad- available through the Haiti Tour-
e ---.iith 'rolled -out of the
en hm eTanai Jsheeopl 'careened .all over the c
Z'. o. ... :- I. ,
dd a .the ntsI the back seat
'h1 ssot t h"'YoulMr. Geou til.
effet t what needed.*
nigbtsEdib )A c ..
..: wbnic al,. don't
,.ath er. *th n .V ".
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ist Information Bureau, and

through travel agents all over
the country, is'a new four-colour
folder which conveys in pic-
tures and captions a surprising
amount of information and cat--
Even the posters are new
this year. Instead of mere cart-

works, these feature a decora- was appointed by the
tive and highly informative cil at last .Friday DW
tourist map of Haiti.' ing to consider ()
The first number of -Haiti ,invitation fpr two rp

Today,- a tew Magazine pub-
lished'"by the Haiti Tourist In-
formation .Bureau to 'promote
tourist trade and good relations
between Haiti and the United
States, has just been issued.
It will be published every three
months and will contain interest-
ing articles and, information
about the industrial, commercial
and economic development of,
the Magic Island.,

Comedian Honoured
Mr. Theodore Beaubrun, ,bet-
.ter known as Languichatte, who
has worked unceasingly since
1942 for the development of the
National Theater, was high on
the Labour Day honour list. Mr.
Beaubrun received the order of
Labour with the rank of 'Che-

KiY Pt


i OM

to attend their coasi
sions in Port. au.Pi
month, (2) make -e_.
'tions as to whether:!i
should go and .(3)i'.:
representative or '

,The Jamaica coach';,'
vannes, is not a.'.afla
most favoured are' B'1
Huntley daCdsta an"

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6, 85 K.p. enqgin
Sweigt-44.200 U is. esel
rA Uing Mapaciy-30,000o ..
y hdspdut Boom Ho"
ofarsernic a = Sahod Dragfine,
Tnmch Hoe, P D r ad Crane
ve Chain Crowd for Shovl
ial Sales and Service Headquadurs t
- Tel: 3279 2245 --5173

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Daily IGeaner,.il
Ist -

A Committee,oTb
Messrs WinstohiMeei
Fletcher and 'Paul O6

10TH 1953
ftMTI SUAN,,-ae

MTIE .BUSINESS TODAY er rewards to those who get to' NEW HOUSE FOR RENTVITOSO
SALESMAN THAT SPELLS PROGRESS the top than the average of
othr vcaion ad idutris/ A new house in Turgeau
uOps. Consumption, were tried in top roles, he explain frrn.Co n ue h aaeo~n
itajgtoni Executive. ed, too often it proved too late TeEgt odro
HAITIAN SPORTSMEN cality., Modern accommoda- King Christophe's Citae
Kowoledge .Ne eded, to widen their training and they
MAYTOR ER tion. Four. bedrooms, 2 bath- The Indian Caves on.:
mY Tnes, April 29th fieattiras.TerodrKgsoJmc ..rooms, one upstairs and one The lovely beaches of t
training must start while men dontis pl aaeCoast
-industry is in the are young and flexible. Com- A combined group of Hiin Georges Laroche, Tel. 5041 or At Your Service the l's
s,.ales~men, J.,Spen-, panies, Mr. Love said, should de- basketball players, weightlifters contacand Mosti Sun.8ienceOS 60eriO
rmail of the'-boar'd velop good, young sestln adtable tennis playesheof BREVOS
'liIngton MillI s Corp., with a broad-gauged foundation. fered to come on a two-week .Apply M. Leopold Saebi
;,a a: meeting of Formel at good salesman: tour of Jamaica at a time sulit- Pension a ates
alesmen' Associa needed nly : 'able to the'local controlling 'or- '"Tlpoe4
P' stor Hotel. Pro-, aiain.They have, however

trped he su '-Faith in his product, made thle suggestionb thate Coro- 8 00 0 O 90 B

ITil etrmn -arealistic optimism, French and American the's ageets
Future the basic traits of Good Char- The Idfig nl fteO- 8 810 810 001)
cosse Jaemn ate,.rs being considered byOAPg817
6ewho have the -and a vqrm Personality. JWiac egtitn n od pca iotldts U
knowledge, Mr TayMrLvesid, a sales- uildehons 78 o9atb heO 0
he4 days ofhp mai must add to these quqlifi-aseblAsoitnwl d
g h tp mnae cpins ,the invitation after their a-
feenih h iual general meeting set to t ake
ehYbt- aj knowledge, ol ,n nufdO tr. p e Witin. other week.,

Winson eek, sotbl
be as- cltAosrkinLtetbetnnspaeo h
al t ~he o aisand obectiesofis nvtaio
ofFnerz ine ndJ A ie-r
omA.y, seTh(lclgop wil l mak aranes
e- coetes voidstins andsbe fr teturn ei
clogthl coalnsrcehetsidon ted)ato ftersa
d. r h a d e a leto-pp ais t e aue thtle table te n sph ae od f the
ei duan trian a v
u th fbims- thr~ottghc siml of his aete rpi nH tu r

h ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ iv a r f ndifre8

cuie thi allr e least c oemnIn utaon th s lrtses
edge,~onibe-o theeieid tnao Aidbeclie teAteai
an.>iidutry em.aans breadthth duatouothicka
T -RTRhis tning, ONEldg and Elxii
the. idsterialt fy itfabris thoughsimperably Rreat

lat quarter PERUE

plane,., aogn

Superioren Esabis nnt Ue i A

Op#- -A zt Ro a e. pro our Fall voui dtrit e sMAISON
rt O4,o pcaisNts L/ovelSaid, y everystepiis `the.~se C
es:-'ICO~ 'Will bellyhing style yyu eve sen.An
lucky~~~~~~A ou..te'ep-eeDs7gta in M CNIINR
'htxufiiently bil flrexibe'the onert wthee fixe antY HpAW, NEc-omm .asl r4C
"Ae ned.e for. e-sW and sal instiep lstas ha etet

c thvswt e t amor leas n nn ou lwa t the alert sal fes M M r ar rl

ions,*O indstr demand breadth, quirkga

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jra ah Ihuile ..quo vou vOfzd e ch danger

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1 IaisantT IppoinT foins.SKoJmr/ei

anii t aux temperatures critiques de motems O
E, XTRA garde ses proprift6s lubrifiantes mieux
n'importe quelle huile. Resultat... vous roulez
&ae"' te "un quart" et faites I'appoint moins souvent.
Par deesus le march Esso Extra circle dens e maotmur
6 vitesse d'un eclair le protegeant contre le carbon ot
sa depots crasseux qui reduisent sa puissance. EAto mita
protege votre' moteur a chaque seconde...Easayele ..
im~~ t *


Ce moteur en usage de MM jows a
soin de beaucoup d'attention. EUe iMri
la protection que fournit geoereuemefM
Esso Extra ... Les umeros 1, 3 et
ont Wt6 -mis A l'epreuve ... c'eet
ment la pointure des nouvelles vost~,

On ne fait pas seulement
le plein dans une station
de service... C'est pour-
quoi ledistributeur Esso
se fait le devoir de vous
,fournir toutes les com-
modit6s indispensabies
pour les joies du volant.

Ue couche de garantie
uY les parties mobiles.
L'emploi de diffirentes
p'sisses pour chaque
usage. Des gramies Esso

Une batterie qui donne
une demarrage a coup
sr une batterie qui
depasse les standards
requit par la Societe
S.A.E. Employez les bat-
teries Atlas qui durent
une eternite'
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Ar'etez-vous & t'en-
seigne Esso regulibre-
ment et vous verrez que
vous aurez plus de plai-
sir a conduire durant le'
365 jours de I'annbee
dans le confort et la



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*discussed man in
eek is the handsome
;Argentine wrestler
himself like a true
,spite the low blow
Opponent Ilio Paolo
ijMichel Bredy de-
elivered during last
iing's match.
2*, -
e' 23-year-old 250
n '1l1io di Paolo has
jpopularily steadily
.Rayed target for
id was pawed by
Black Panther.,

Apple with his arm. Bredy was
violently tapping the arm caus-
ing further irritation to tno
*A.A., They finally broke and
'Di Paolo went into a spitting
fit and Tarzan had words with
the referee. When they agni,
came to close quarters, Bredy ...
acted bravely beyond the call of
duty ... (for some unearthly rea-
son) ,grabbed Tarzan by the
arm, and was respectfully shoved
aside. Next came the finall.,
Di Paolo went to the canvas a
wriggling, contorting .mess of
pain. He stayed 'that way for

.- .8 minutes. That evening at the
sand fans, a re- Bar Italia in fighting,, shape
Infant sport (few again, he'explained what ,had'
it a sPoidt) 'were 'taken place (when the blow'was
is long as' the con- delivered half the, ring-side
Hector Fare (El spectators, the promoter :and
15 yeats o6f expe- friends also Police were -in- the
ed some'polished. ring and .consequeitly nobody'
well done were could see.) El Tarzan had lifted
ssorg.. But'as the him up by the 'waist and on 'et-
.S" it aflpears 'he ting him down, had studk, out
04l of the- holds his knee. This blow is outlawed
:.piohibited.: in the world, over eveq in Chifia;
Sof rules which where they have a population.
l ad firmly tucked problem '
I .. I .. ,. .. 3 .
bk t. Qne thatin- .
SV!,.- a trar The referee held Di Paolo's
and 'Di 'hand up declaring himija winner
Down side by by a foul.' The public iewly edu
invas, Tarzan .was cated to boxing,naturally made-
:aolo's. cAdam's their own decision. Di Paolo was


n eilleur des, pneus geantsl '

Ir.M,.. RIB

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ONO. IE D U A .00QD0
':'We.ther," posside la fair
menf "All Weather" de r e
qui. assure une' resistanre
e traction' exceptionnellei
2- .1-

aY 10TH 1953

down and out, koed, Tarzan
was up and saluting them ... El
Tarzan.won by their standards.
This coming Wednesday if one
of the wrestlers sticks to his
words fans will be attending
funeral services the next day.

Peru Beats National
Selection But Loses To
Violetle and Aigle Noir
(Continued from Page 1)
brilliant work by their goalie,
prevented any change in the
Poor refereeing marred play in
thesecond match which saw the
Racing Club in action. Frequent
stopping of play and disputed de-
cisions of the referee had much
to do wiih the poor standard of
football played, and Racing did
well to hold Peru to a one-all
dra ,
Aigle Noir, in the third match.
of the series, and for the first
half of play, looked as if they
would overwhelm the visiting
side, but they cold not keep up
the pace, and tle second half.

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'1* scrappy football .UI me-oafi iNIll i rinri !Ufl
both sides, and left Aigle Noi-.."' '
the victors by two goals to prie. e -
The final match of the' series
was lost by the, National T.ea .- ,', .
composed of the best elements ., "''
of oiur football... They N 'I
like eleven individuals : .
against the teamwork of the .
sittors who played their best t" oot'- '
ball of the, series,'they lost two.
goals to nil land were it not for
the lack of shooting ability of .
the' Peruvian forward line, their ,
score would,. 'have been much '. ... : .

a .a.itage inemp,.d.- --. ..'
Le p1heu qui vouas damnTde greater The Peruvians -deserv-
avan'tages inesprhs sane d-
peaise suppl6mentairel .ed to win for their teamwork ...'
Une march stable et donuce .. .' "':
moins de risques.c de dirpage was impeccable, while the Na- -
... une carcasse extra-ruietatrit ... ..
d'une tenue infgadle .'.en, tional Selection seemed not to V
dIuxd le IJlornMrag. Ie. pieS''' '" ..- I
6 ule I A oms f bab have their hearts in it, and .were '. ,
a tired team from t'e. start.
The, Peruvians brand of foot- g.
ball'while being quite good, is, F
not up to the standard of the re
cent& Columbian Teamand. t
Dane'lemoo' i' '
Stib tran standard of Haitien. 'Football,..
polite~ e ,
t onna gesr' notwithstanding the result of the.
pneus Good- final match, is definitely on.theft
year que our ,.
nes e tst -upgrade, And rthou ob h
autre marque.
best in these Caribbean -slands.
fEARid m i I n
iom- be T"er -, ', .
nom- P. noR i lTU r!.:,"
P au
3, sur May be contacted, at 18 GRANT O L TL R
'. .";. M ., GRANTr & ONSLT 1" LF5.. D.. ..,..... ,,
Chemin des-.Dalles or ..O S ,.L.D.
4F Telephone: 2 4140

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'Hundreds of Port-au-Princiens Fortune Bogat and son Lenie,
-.went aboard the Tiansatlantic Pierre and Germaine Tardieu,
L'. Line 'Colombie, to farewell Yvonne Miot, i Gilberte Carro,
friendss sailing for France.. Many Celie Desert, Jenny Blakely,
W went to have a peep at the lux- Louis Rameau, Alfred Eyssa-
ry .obtainable on a sea voyage. leme, Jacqueline Dominique, Jae
The.y essej which sailed April queline Elie, Andree Lespinasse,
30th at 6.30 p.m. on a 16-day Andree Scott, Maxime Roy, Ma-
:, passage to Le Havre had as pas- ria Bardinal and the French
*iVi Se9gers many Priests and Sis- commercial attache and Mrs. Mar
!:,ters returning to their native cel Kieffer.-
oil on vacation, and also the fol-
i n1gom Port-au-Princiens : The delicious Chocolate
|, in.. Alfre Laxative
..i' e Alfred Vieux, Mr. and 3ROOKLAX
iIrs. Fernand Crepsac, Alain La- brings relief overnight. So
S"'' -take
'.raque Fils, Jacqueline Armand,
I.V Martine Armand, Moussa and
i to-night and to-morrow
Carmen Talamas, Mr. and Mrs. a
you'll be all right.

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Is Now Open
I. .l On The Site Of The Old St. Francis

2,000 Feet C1 ser to Heaven
Madame W. Dameron, Manager
Telephone 7887


Sunday, May 10th at 3.00 p.m.
(1st and ,2nd episodes) and
Al 6 and 8.30 p.m.
Monday, May 11th, at 6'p.m.
Tuesday, May 12th at 6 and
., 8.15 p.m.
Wednesday, May 13th at 6
and 8.15 p.m.
Thursday, May 14th at 6 and
8.15 p.m.
Friday, May 15th at 6 and
8.15 p.m
Saturday, May 16th at 6 and
8.15 p.m.
(3rd and 4th episodes) and
Sunday, May 17th at 3.30 p.m.
(3rd and 4th episodes) and
At 6 and 8.30 p.m.

Le Picardie


Specialities -

Onion Soup

* Filet Mignon

* Pepper Steak

* Snails

* Escalloppe de Veau


For Reservations Tel. 7-116.

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Dinner -Dances.

at I

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I Every Tuesday and Fridal from 8 j.m.i 12 p

Every Monday from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

in Cool Kenscoff
For Lunches and Dinners of Distirction :
Almost 5,000 feet; almost a mile
above sea-level
"Yet only 15 pleasant miles, 35 leisurely
minutes from the heart of the Capital

I Unexcelled American French German- ILaiti
Cuisine and Beverages

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At Rizoton on the Ave. Franklin Roosevelt
A most charming restaurant by the sea 0.
Cool sea breeze available day and night
Open up till 1:30 am Wee;:-days
'-" nn till 2:30 am Sundays and 3aturdaS r
French and American cooking. Bar service
Speciality: Creole dishes which are available at all timez

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SOf RedTape? Mezei returned

:, HATI HOTEL OPERATOR in Romania, but on
as Hungary After
Don Petit record in Alezei's case shows death in 1949 he'
A "Mnam Daiiy Nezus,.Staff WrTier- that he was and is merely a turn to the Unite
,Te Miain,.qerqtor of a Hai- victim of red tape and techni-. could not get an
ij'fton .hotV-ofIered-today to come calities under the McCarran Im- He sent for his wi
Stodh'; "fd.gnce of. Ignaz Mezef, migration Aqt, and is not a Corn- curalized citizen, a
Rji. wthour a coun-. munist or trouble maker, I reentered the Uniti

he is not 'a Corn- would be willing to sponsor him petitioned for his
,m and'.is merely .the victim', for entry into Haiti., He returned in
!"bEi 4=merican immigratibn- red Weesner.w ho is also an offi- shuttled' to EUis
pe. aer' of .Iiami's Resort Airlines, admitting that he
r,-.1The plight of Mezei, wvho was 'said he is willing to put, up'bond member of the IW
:Mlapped into Ellis Istand, N.Y., and otherwise guarantee good On May 10, 1952
E.' ..On Ma I1 5
H0obably; for. life, was recount-: behdaviour and good citizenship li Island under
!"ed n. a tewt York Times wire. arid employment at his' hotel if 'bond after' Federal
r ...I rce ry.,printed in Thurs. the facts are true. Kaufman ruled on a
'lay'q Miadmi Daily News .. .I have 'never seen this man, corpus -roc.. in. ,

to Eulope in
dying mother

nly got as far
his mother's
sought to re-
ed States -but
entry permit.
fe, Juli, a na-
and she later
ed States 'and
1950 but kwas
Island after
once was a


'..'.. don't know him and have never tendon hhd bee.
LEAVES AILING WIFE ,. heard of him before,. Weesner longed.
Mezei` left behind him an ail- said 'This jdst makes me boil .n the proceeding wife ift Buffalo. He' spent and I want to do something. 'to Mezel's attorney,
,5 ,:apparently trouble-free years Mezei's troubles tem from meant declined to'
'"as an' expert cabinet maker in the fact that he was once a court,- even in.'chin
-: *court,. even in chaml
:Iha.teity. and said hp once escap- member of the International 5ine the evidence
k ;d '.from the Communists across .Workers Order, 'a Commnunist-
t:he-".ustto-Hungarian border. ftont' orgapizaAlon. Mezel's attorney s
't-:R, Patil.'Weesner, operator and 'But,. he told- reporters, he e has never rece
. .-e.t never rece
.i;,owner of .the Riviera Hotel at. didn't know that it was a Red never
ing and has never b(
ort au Prince, said t.'at if the group -. at he is accused

S .- Dan Allen Leaves
SDah., Allen, who. .
tired'from his positic
ager of the' aBrass
Couronne* I Soca Col
':" ." osped abo"d thea S.S. P
: "New York, Alay 3rd.
to meet his son Richa
.'York returning from
*with the U.S. Ar"my
4.. j He will take up reside
,.",'.. ',' ley Park, Pennsylvan
; ". '. '. ," .er in the year will r.
he ns.rand e mp"an "do the worrying He was accompany
S nedia-t y: NOR.-V1 CH UNION. Insurance Co. w
oseph adal and Co. Agents. Tel: 346 ife.

... Depaolud te.0 Exp
Banking expert
-Moore returned to Ne
day after completing
here assisting the gov
the drawing up of a i
S' 'form. It is believe
Moore will return her
to study further the
dations made during

....... Brown and Roo Co

are to rebuild our i

(the Artulrlite Mit

Adrien (Ady) -

Office in New York
1 a month vacaon.
Distributers in Haiti sine a Glace Nationalp companies by his ai

he left El-
3,000 dollar
Judge Irving
fifth babeas
that his de-'
unduly pro-

, according
permit the
bers, to ex-
against the

aid his cli-
ved a hear-
been told of


A -choui-choui-choui' (rum- malefighters,4 4qqbM
our)' which flew along. the..Ave- from amagistral tabOd
nue Dicoste telejiol last week slaps) delivered 't6,o'.
was interesting when unravelled (mouth) by, the''a
by a rtripotier., It happened as who were swigingi .'
follows : knocking down all- .0
On Sunday morning' around within a radius of' thti|
5:30 the Avenue Ducoste was ing 'bras., The hiejg.
'ren armes' (stricken with panic) ed the event as sensat
when suddenly a female ,lutte-. ton Le Goff, who 'ad.
boxe, commenced ift Monsieur become 'a reluctant' redei
Le Goff's. boutiquee. T w o unable to act; he .w,
agarde-mantegue'. (maids) in the count.
love with a certain gerant- After inquiring about'
(servant) by the name of Hi- reasoniWhy the womh0ei
laire, employed at the Bellevue decherpillees (had:fOa.
Hotel came face to face. in Mon- wild beasts), Your
sieur Le Coff's shop as a result learned that one of t.4
i .
of having seen sent to make pur found the other in. a,
chases in this worthy establish- crase. (love scene) *i-iti
ment. Immediately a discussion near the tribunes on thedq
arose ag to which 'f the two de-Mars, but had beenri
really possessed the menagee. settle the matter on. the%',
After each had explained the the moment because
reasons why she was the legal walking then wilth a g
fiancee, of the chap, a violent enemy of Hilaire.
quarrel started-and cTonton, Le 'A la degats, comp~rew.
Goff, amazed. at seeing his bou- many calamities). -
Lique turned into a. ring for fe- .-- -
.;,'* ;,.

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eceptly ie-
on as man-
erie de :LaI
a etc.) sail-
manma for
Dan plans
ard in New
two years
in France.
ence in Rid-
ila, and lat-
-visit Haiti.
ed by his

Ernest 0.
w Yprk Fri-
g a month
'ernment in
financial re-
'd that Mr.
re next July
his previous

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Easter, thriftlei automatic
Material. defrosting! For the first time,
ng freighter defrosting that uses o e61ec-
nigc fe-gfttr r' k' Sim-
30,000 worth r-,he.1 -eu ii
ed ifor 'the *-3.b.Wfeezer i~iti
a6 d__ Crispers! Portable
mpanf y who "' tutgt1 h'ls acdessory
)re&d basketL cT o rshld asEIin .
t coldsoacl.

Ftramrfmte at-
tian Tourist
is down on THERE BETTER 4EIGER ...
Ady was .ac-
Ito. Distributor in Haiti: i.,


. .. A mv KNEER


a .. Waln ijght Sanid Louis-Woolley e t
S. who..exchanged ..thir. I'do's", landW h
SThursday evening ,in -:. CGer- sect' 9 e : Pi h
hard's .Thurc Th The young coud brew"'- DeruieAilda of. b:
pie were led to the altar'by Ma-' te .ea .deSports e for Mr. E pfl
da me. p)ae. f 55 nei-h '. av f i .a..d' d' =..
Sdar Ante, oine Wainrwrght 'ani tbethhirddi.mevsf the s l
M' Andre .Vilatte.. ; "" : .. .I 2:
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SEnro te. toth U Ua.d Can'16th r, youn '

.t f a gq ne; de.Les'iitgse.a g 't' ." t h' ",S.LC -4o-.' .-h4 0 -.-
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te. etif SeminaireCo'ege St. ed -for collecting-. futds .to pro- by M. Mathieu Az.mar, Chief of
.Martiala"id later studied theolo- vidd the vstments needed for the export duty department.
Cat-the,-, Apostoli School of the new Haitian Bishop. Other They made e an inspection tour of

I a'Borta.Prince. officials of the group are: Mont- the different sections of the.
.Aftethe wa ordained on June 1), Rosier Dejea,: Vice President; Douane upon which the Haitian
1'n11'S, .Loe was appointed sue- Edohard-Tardieu, Executive Sec economy isng accompadependent.ied

.te churchh of Turgea, .Vica- Marc, Simone- Dejeafn, secre- by M. Cane z ar, Chief of
.ofGonalves, Vicar' at hist former tarvie; Mrs.' Fradec. Chenet, irea- Bry dieer

po ,t. at. Turgeau, AdminiSchtrator 'surer; Felix Gan Besher, asiOther They mae an inspection tour ostant
1 'at Bellefontain? and Vicar of (the treasurer. A special committee Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Canes
i.. 1otan uPrineeCathedral2 composed of th everend Father have returned, from their Kens-

%"t" In 1946 the.Archbishop gav- Jean-Baptiste Georges, Rene Ben Icoff honeymdon to the Canez
Plbm permission to enter the or- jamin, Mrs. "Jean Boisson and residence at Cote Plage, where
d'.Aer *Compagnie de Marie.e AJ Simone Dejean is providing pub- they will stay until their new

*'tw' a year's novitiate in France, licity to sbhoolS for the fund- home is ready for occupancy at
i. 'e returned to Haiti to the Port- raising campaign. His Excellen- Laboule. The bride, the former
e- ePaix diocese where after a cy Monseigneur Le Gouaze has Bunny Zimmer of Oconomowoc,

S-: yor .A vicarage, he was appointed pledged a' gross and chain for Wisconsin, met her future hus
.- orier' General. He was still the new prelate and a Petionville band when" he was studying at
P i-ling that position when he was committee is providing his ring. the. General electricc X-ray plant
: o;_t Beleonted Auxliary Bishop of Other pious- organizations will in Milwaukee,. Wisconsin, last
i'm .i.'J iseign'eur Ie Gouaze, Aerch supply. the cassock and the hood redenear. at Cote Plage,
bishopop of Port a Prince, of Simone Haitian ishop. ding pub- the First Lady until headed the
I .. s..L.- -... .1. > 1*..* .s *- x- list of distinguished personages
Aciiyear's novitiate aiannce, licity to ssadprtheart fund- home s ready for occupancy at
return a iti'' raisin cam n His Ecellen- Labourful wedding at the Sacred
Diocese where aftr a cy Monseigneur Le ouaze Hears Bunny hummrch of Turgeau onm
ednesday evening, May appoint Ambassadged Albert Eand c heart Thursday, April 23rd. The hubride
"' miners Gofthe:eEnglish classes till tse new his Pie- wore a whestunning he washite lace dying at
filing thatposition wh-Amene ian.Inswai- sientHectotee is pTrujillo Mndag his ing: th a.coronation'collar and a
.tute participated in a Diction i. impressive :ceremonies at erown-like bonnet; Mrs. Valerio
oiteso arranged by their ctivi- Ci O dad Thujillo. orgThe nw Sec-' Canez, the bridegroom's mother,
.'is Council and the English. rear of the Haitian Embassy, and MTh r. Firstz Dupuy accom-
i'Cb:lu Pries ere awarded.,to'. M.Paul Ver-a, was also present. opened the pair to the foot of
c he. test speaker in each of the-. Ambassador Etheart, the forme e altar Following the cered
ee s -.levels The prize. 'Chief of the Haitian Chancellery, 'r:y a reception was held at
winners were: Bginning Mme .is returning to Port au Prince the'seaside residence of the
r Lamy Intermediate- this. weekend for a short visit. Canez .family. The bridegroom
'4 -iie. -i dette Pau;o and Ad- 0,11. works for his father .- the Gen-
O. ra... and Mri- Clau nde Bre.e

Coun Mcl. "l e o the Hay Of a Ar Electr DNouuis In Ha-
eI e.Thur.sdeaye, apt t Our beha ted but sinceormre r con Following the cere_
li p rame .of educational 'Chief of the Haian Chanoellery, reception was held at
inms 'was presented'ng- showing its 58t birthday. A y pper Act Drama of the
arous pectwhich survives moe than half To Theatre de Vrduregroom -
.i Mothe Unitedu Stateso a century in the crowded .field 'AU MILIEU DES FLAMI
.hissear of ivel Round f Haitian jounalis s worthy. ES a wo-act drama in v earshot visit.

.I'a e discussions Monday even- oftee W. rtake out hat written bv Jean Brierre and Qio-
T able Discussions pmonda even- offtoyou, rnestC e* vis Bonhomme, will be played
..IngMay1th at.8.O0 p.m., with
e cnsidhs atibn of' the Haitian airS. Cameron Drummn;g JMay 18th by the actors of the
'Odette" Pau workss for his fathea- the Gen-

Snovel. As usual everyone is cor- Mrs. Walter Don 'Cameron of SNAD the Theatre de e-
Siay invited, the new Hotel Da bala is in the dure..ctric Distributor in Ha
_. a -<- States telling travel agents
"Our belated but sincere' con-

Saish Secretary about the charms of her resort Booking Early
.spot Two Thousand Feet Closer
Don Gonzales Fernandez de to Heaven.. Too bad she can't Reims, professional football
dova, Secretary of te Span- distribute samples-of that French team, will arrive in Port ardure
i h neEmb assy, arrived in Port Cuia e along *ith thed hotel Prince July 10th for a short stay.
,'.,.,..e f".m San .aof as deep bor. W e take our be wrd ttead y Je an are a ndat-

offourng to book their seats.

StatHaies telli Traing C. Agents
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"",..." H~aslTain o Aei

'Left to right: Chico and Le Roi Anfoinei.:.,

Haitian Music At Philharmo

Auditorium In Los Angele

At the first United Nations
Folk Ballad Jubilee held at the
Philharmonic Auditorium in Los
Angeles last March, a former na-
tive of Haiti, Le Roi Antoine and
his Royal Caribbeans ivere the
most popular. 'Twenty different'
.choral groups representing their
.various counti-ies took part and
the Royal Caribbean'"represent-
ed Haiti wirh their syncopating
charm of the drummers and the
colorful, lively troupe surround
'ing Mr. Antoine, who sang two
songs of his own composition.
He delighted the audience with
ihe lively vivacious go, the Goat Songi and- then
topped his. performance with
the -Cocoanut Songs beginning
is it did with a bit of warm
philosophy such as: 'As I travel
around.the world I find the peo-

pie all the same. Wh t.
are white, yellow or :bl j
are' the people just ,
Their culture may be: i
ferent, they' to, da
the.same., VarioqiS pop
ces were described in :.t
Mr. Antoine and hx4tr
feared in the' Inter ni
Dance Festivl (th4
nual) also, held Apr'lJ
same theatre. He is
with iht'roducing HaltU
to the United States. "'I
was the star of the'H
Bowl presentation of Iht
al Folk Dance and Song

Royal Caribbeans w
organized in 1950 andAl;
successful in concert ti
in bringing Haitian..folk
culture to the United: S

Last Sunday a new 'Artisan sity; AMT
Training Center was inaugurated of Lim
at Bayeux on the site of the old rector
SHADA headquarters. There cation.
Haitians will take courses in --
such useful trades as shoemak- C
ing, woodworking and de coupe.
Women will take courses in Repo
domestic science. is the
'Present at the ceremony were: Antoin
M. Raoul Aglion, permanent UN first ii
Representative in Haiti; M. Luc pear i
Grimard,. Rector of the Univer- election

,. Bossuet Mathi.
ib6, M..Georges.,
General of Natior

:i Pantals.":''

ratedd rolling offitl
book Voici'.l"
ne Bervin: This
S'the series tht
ni the 150 annive-

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Y, MAY 10TH 1953
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Page' 15

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Man With Two Countries
Appears In "Spbtlight>>

.'4'-. Haitians, welcome Jamaicans DUAL NATIONALITY
'arked oh the as blood -brothers -and te
Sp d eCelebrating alongside the race-
.#..1-50 feet'away: other way around. The warm, proud aitias will be many
frrdid their best, two-way feeling has its roots in cans who have contribut-
aoi" tht bof equip- the similarly of the two coun- the republic's groth over
|iozzles and 6,000 tries' historic beginnings.. Only ears.Jamaican-Haitian, is
The water sup-difference Jamaica weakened
T watersup- dthe dual nationality by which
'ias and Boulosse aid lost the fight to throw off they identify themselves and
they identify themselves and
as a resultthe ti enslavers whereas Haiti h justificati
aal wavs without carried it on to a successful. and Th ica i .
Typical is tall, tailored, soft -
o.urs. .,, glorious end.
spoken Joscelyn MacCalla, 45.
0E.. "5 Next year the proud and once Any Jamaican visiting Haiti 'is

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hc -as finally backWard Haitian republic' will almost sure to be met by him. Joscelyn MacCalla and vlfe in Jamaica ,,
noon, not only mark the sesquicentennial anni- at Port aiu Prince's tidy. little '"r
e processingg ma-. vetiary of its ihdependAnced with airport. Some uncanny instinct Calla has become a legend'in his bAc'k as i920 whein he contre'h
aleso. prepairec 'a p~tionai 'delebra'lion Popular 'seems to tell him the moment a lifetime, a. one-man unofficial re toiv'ork with th1e H .an
ho thP filing it- President Paul: : Magld6{e, who Jamnaican boards a Haiti bound ception committee and goodwill rican Sugar Co. 1Mac, is oB.'
'mo ofta.6' cot- is fast changing'THaiti's fact from plane in Kingston. Thereafter, proT r1'f for 'Rio 't rfes6 of T4gfti's fr6ntlire Te;ar F-e,
;.r ir -oil' poVerty pto rdsperityj has al-. nothing is more important to bl od brothers. tractors and builder e
S.ave returnied -to ready ordered ,a. complete .face-- him' than welcoming thie new-' of modern residenal ad
iftidLacCalla'spersonal .'d-il n.mercial buildings .,, over.,.1- td&e
qaoze? times to iting of tGni vegty, .'her cqmer, helping ,him through,te MacCalla's personal odi mercia buildings over
'imould erihg blazes Geneial aques. Deli d obliging customs and seeing him is anchored even moe...stan- ri']6 .bar s. i
,pie..., cleared the independence on New safely lodged and properly initi- tiUlly i Haitian soil. His father. name plate?. .. *"...
,- '*Year's Day 1804. ':, ate into Haitian life.'Thus Mac adopted."paidt as home as.f ...... ..", ": '. '
atet. ino 1tn"T1,ic. lifnnn^n+O f1 ^hnm $IOSTALGIA4 .
.,ter 80 yea rs' ep.tin
si ende in th Tepub
S' d e'.deTnly de.Sa

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;.tger for
i D'gs n Sundie .B, tlaeen Deeetwie e t". e,


7 PT 2 ^f
a' ,vcord timae y ao id ba bre &

1..D'rugs and r n t,'i -
,.on Dress. a i Good. d ii
Gdz C osmeti A an r S-lt
m a Doodnspard spoetry pingston. i tU,* k
pay and UpholsteryN
hp e ven .tr er., th.,i
.c -Brushes. and tombs Freeman Shbthey are he propos'aedMto -qoIn..tM;
'hFlowers: and Trimmings Thm Nc AI h atJaaica oet,,ya tie
. en-' L .M Wo r i ,, .- i ri u &

els -- aPi loowcas es aD

kels and Spead. ort Shirts war W 6ra erour Ag
aws, Feather and Foam'rNecktids hsti eL a ae
els and Face lthe French Perfuines radked nt bod like regard or ei
SSwank 'ems to have been aii
.. A A.... ... .r. jit soch a leader to coaealng
iss Watches M ke. : H a C 'He,.is doingworiderful things-
Ik. S O C pS and he h'ad' just bbg.n,. sa
ppIss and Jewey Soda-Fointain Pyjamas and Slippers Macala '

SYour inMeeting Bathrobes'Panama but until 'w ei ,
w are Spearfishg E'quipment- .-an mana-born children o Ji
as and ccdeons & Harmnicas ica- pAjieitts eare stifldbt acc
ed as Pa'namanian natioals
iA, b fSGr (From .Evon 'Blake's -*Sp
..^ lights monthly magazine.. in 4hJ
maica), .
:- w .'

1'* -&. '.. "' "t' A ..%.. "' '-"'.+'.t. '*'" 4 .*
..^^ i-e Brushes andgmsFre: h;e .I "", 'm,. i'.>..

Musical Evening At U. S. Pavilion

.An exciting glimpse into Hair- with sensitivity and technical ,
ti's future potentialities as a na- mastery. Young Sdrge Ville-
tion of talented musicians was drouin a seven-month pupil
S.enjoyed last Monday night at showed promise 'with two A
the Festival held at the Ameri- Rulhau Sonatas. Marie Simone
Scan Pavilion under the honorary Salnave had a remarkable sense,
chairmanship of the Minister of of rhythm and a precision not
National Education and U.: S. often seen in the young. Ferrere
x... Cultural Attache Homer Gayne. Laguerre played Chopin with
: Professor Jaegerhuber aban- such feeling that 6ne of our col-
dned his crutches to conduct leagues compared him to Ludo-
'the small symphony orchestra vic Lamothe. -.Margaret Rose
Which did remarkably well ,wit' F-a,,chard won bravos with her
'the, Preludes of Bach and thd interpretation of Mozart and
concertos of Tarttni. Beethoven and sweet-voiced Ade O
Port au Prince's leading boy line Guilbaud filled out the even- i-)
pianist Guy Scott,. performed ing.

S.. .. .


SPort-au-Princieu or ent ous

furnished, refrigerate
u Traditional Haitian elegance Nice view. Call 329
Sw as 'the keynote last night at ---
W the Grand Bal which took place rhe Bl
at the Cercle Portlau-Princien
under the honorary Presidence ALL
of Madame Paul Magloire.
vil. Society matrons and a bevy of
RADIRtAC-PTEUR young belles vied with each
\ other in wearing gowns as taste- len. me ni' bl m A ful as they were beautiful. Theg
I A' ,Outre l'ensemble montr6 ci- aniinateur of the gala evening
dessus nous pouvons faurnir was Fernand Crepsac.
aussi les 2 apgoreils que void
avec un changeur de disques
0' complitement automrnatlque A 3
Svlteses. Les 3 radlor6cepteurs E
a'1 ant une excellent reproduc- Educaion Of
I'-""; *tion. 'un correcteur (r6glage Crippled Children
du colorsri" de la tonalilt) et 9
eJ.s .. 1... Ai.a-i..

Sill aus v tre fournlsur.




Mrs. Findley noted Ameri-
can expert on the education of
crippled children -is arriving0
in Port au Prince this week-end.
as guest of the Haitian Associa-,
tion for the Rehabilitation of
the Handicapped. I
During her three-week stay,O
she will give instructions to IN BAGS
teachers, nurses and all those STANDARD I
who are interested in the care1 OFFICE: MT
of handicapped children. I


New Budget '

The' new 53-54 btid'l
in the hands of the.:.IS
totals 126,524,000: gou
$25,304,800. Finance
Lucien Hibbert, who sb
the budget Tuesday ,m
also brought the Sen
annual statement of.t.e|i

.Ex-Presideni 4t
Former President S...|
cent returned to- Haiti -
after a lengthy,'
ted States for meduca
ment. He was ,met bktl
ter, Mile. Resia Vincent I
merous 'friends. Those ':!
nessed his arrival report.
the distinguished elder
man looked much better;
now completing his...:C
cence in his bome ix.-
ville. I .;

Ministry To Emba
Minister Love Legerz:
come the first Haitian siM
dor to the Court of St. Ji
a most appropriate moR
the history of the Briti
pire. The move was i
Britain's envoy to Port an

e completely Mr. Irving was rgi
or, stove etc. the status of Ministeit ,
95. sador.

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