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WORLD TiIS WEEK
London, Nov. 17.- The
Chinese Communist radio
at Peking charged that' the
United States -has lied and
smashed her way across the
world to Chinese territory
and into it .
\,The broadcast, monito-.
/ red here, said American lea
ders began, last month to..
soften up public opinion
for invasion of Chinese ter-
ritory with troops. It decla
red the United, States attitu
de toward China its ibello
se-,the. statemeitsi of Uni
Stares leaders a ,curtain
lies?., .. :
'" T' " m t 'ad is off i
r men-t by-r P rslt c .1nig:
.Amaiand-See .y of Stat
., DeanAheson that Amen-
S iW Korea will.re.
'--.' Ghida's teeritorial 'in'
: tegrity pare not cOVmWI to
any ope here'.
S' Korea. -Thirty Red guer
rillual today set fire tq Kap
S young and put 8,000 cvilia.
to flight; ,
SKapyong is thirty-two mill,
les northeast' f Seoul andj
far behind the fighting lines.
S. ]uch of the town was. bur-
ned.- ,, 1
The raiders surprised and
rquted South Korean .police.'
p.. Reinforced police retook the.
S -towA. .
An,unknown number of
A Communists occupied high
g round less than a mile south
west of Kapyong. ,
EOi Two S'outh
KXorean cabinet iindister 1
quit after'the National Ao-
sembly ,demanded that Pr6si
dent Syngman Rhee's entire
S cabinet resign.
Social affairs minister
S Yung Sook quit yesterday.
ublic..health minister Koo ,
SYung Sook qi4t yesterday.
The Assembly has refused
to confirman three successive
prime' ministeI's' appointed I
by Pr6sident Rhee..
A A Az
lI f'UTENAWT. CQLORNE
YOUNGG IN STATE
UL M NI I 11 :1 L
"r ...... .... ... ....... ....... .... ,t. ,C0].;.Carlos. .Degado .
baud chief of 'the "m tary
board.) which rules 3Vnezte
,Pinta (goro rning execut-ie
a fell before an assassin's
bullet in Caracas. Other
,mrrribers of the junta said
they would carry oh the go
ver.nemenent and .brir4 .the Id]l
ler to justice .
.. 2 . __ .. -. ...
where she was -at school ye st-
enday" 'ltimte, fo the funert.
Lieutenant Coblonel Marcos
Perez Jimenez,, Li<enaht
Colonel Lui Felipe Lloveri
Paez brothers in armrs of the
'President and colleagues in
the Government eat silent and
stern during the ee:emonies
in the Palace... I
_. the ceremonies .wednesday
Huiidreds oxf candles and a
.POWER IN VABRtES' H \'NDS This powet plant just below the Chosin *es-, sea Aof flowers almost hid the
Sudong in northeasL 'Korea was captured by-slowly adva icing U.S7 Marines in 'their ea'afalque. Cadets from the
push toward the MIanchuria v border. Chinese Communist troops hadA fled, leaving hllitary andi Nasval Se oo li.
crated parts of thq, plant hidden along Aghe road. ho comtrisned the guard of,
continued en pan 2
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BERNARD DIEDERIC -
VLUME 1. --
VOLUME 1. /
,EAL A. ,AINVILLE
.UNDAY NO. 19TH.
ELA .MOURNS MARTYRED PRESIDENT"
,A1lif in Carksceased: .theOvaRo -tte
we ass ay as a stricken .a-i a ir esti ,ofentsof ig,
'!on .laid to notei-nal Test the qu m nsf 2
body. .f.th".first-President-of.,to"ling..of t-Catb
Venezuela to die assassinated. S
In one last final tribute thV t4 C
,.. ... E ...A MAI VI..LLB ,. .-
guns at theNationAl-Defense tA
,., .._ _-._o,_ _... .._.. ..__._,_.. .._ _._..,:_
MDYNnOitryY'b.amed 4*ay a 2 Ai 9H'ore ` 4N 'h1
Al i fe .'ins Carach 'ceased :he inhthe '. o evalR iit S-tl -
wearn-sqhay a s-a trike' -ofn oaf raloepanient ofsarmi r'
'ion laid to eternal prest the aulen i"n 'ahe" ...ur.Ia
'QECX1G U. .- Ardo Calbasudorc ei
boP reiy den th e-. e o tl o het e' ',"l u'- ":
ve. , _. . ,-the res_-
Venezuela to die assassinated 'w~r ll' a -t 'n .-.t
he cremones w tesdam
biln one las afi a tribte tE ti_.J .- .
Sp at the -Natonal.Defense .. ,- . "fl ,
try botey aMIetha a 2c io .Fo r e h
gun ,shgl."a e as thr coffin ofard overhead. A..-h A
'' ', .a
Ire aident of -' "l ll A
'.eaayr y.p.o.pA. n, uh'
Lioo~AD CALBADoegorof peronsba baIny. k
. r ton icia t edas c h e we l anl t th e s OvHl 4 ... . ,i.
all.nightvhgi]haththe ca-h, 4re
rl .Axlnm Io who Was s, -eidue.dull"''.
O'iarsent his i credentials" to ; ):.:
p- ,qrs'deon-t "Del, gadp '' Gh.albaud',..
.N',"' very day that the Presi- '' ,,.
dent was'buried dppeed at .
'*('he. ceremonies w, .ri'sday. ." ";..
.;bi" the-Charge d'affaires F.J. ,
'Sparks represented .himq at '
." 'he.Ceetery. He was accom-.
.. rafied by other members of
.hem nbassy and.F.-A..',Iuhn, ."9"1
CAL- D Press Officer of the Eimbassy.
L AI.D9,, CAWL)AuD kTionseignor Nicolas Navar- ,
ro officiated aw. the last 'rite's -SHO TrB SiS.n"
A.A A .""bLLA~ tt.,C01.UarjosegaoBS ehal- A
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a t, Ch u ( rc~vh 'ibich were',.- _-....
SPAGE 2 HATI SUN SUNDAY NOV. 19 TH,
PAG 2I alAIISt
AROUND THE WOLRD THIS WEK ...i
____ATTLEE FLAYS BOGUS.
U-PEACE,, CONGRESS ,,
London, Nov. The Com- j
munist inspired (Peace Con F
gress, to be hefd in Shbf'
field ( i land) ie6 Nov-'
ember 14.-19 was labelled
bogus by Premier Attlee, ad' .-
dressing the Forei.gn "pess.
Like Hitler and Goebbels
the adherents of o.e Comin .......
fornth, whose activities .were
causing bloodshed and dis-
trurbance all over the world
1 proclairhed themselves peLa
ce makers,, promoted"' pea-
cen petitions and called bo-
gus peace conferencese, de-
Their aims were to, para
lyze the efforts- of the demo
Th United Ntion cventi eracies, try to persuade wor-
D..4, U ose ntenon on'thfe lRreventio~n atnd I ', .
pofh -'Of& kers to refuse to manufac
Spunishgent of tie crime of genocide the ase .illi kers to refuse, and to encourage
1- peoples was recehtyle a i by international ac r s, a to encourage
S'tion'as fiveanember Nationsdeposir nstru.nt ofrati the evasion of Military aer
N -atins deposie r .. -
fi.ationi at UN headquarters 'at e Ses, New York vice by the youth of Wes '
e_ fe utess, New YorkI powers.
Thi. e fiveNations --- Camnbodias.Costa R c~, Frahce Haiti ter. powerts. e e : ..
~~~~ 4 .' ..,x aae Hlaiti .. .. -.
a-:pu-.di the Republ f 'Xorea ebrin, to.4 e .... o Answering the question. ;. .- Awounded."French soldiers is'
.trhieswhi c have ratfied the eonven onr '- hy oawl the Congress.t ino assiswdfrom.; a plan..n.anoi Tndo China. after "being
ft.'b6u ini n h rof-tientset the C vention over be he];d B o-'ia? se .etahue e from he ..tghtIiezone. The 'soldier was one
ji.e of. tweny st .y ,' c toi. said: ,Outr i a free socqty. l'ojf iS.0 id d bted.b. t iet(inih 'Cinmunist rebels Who,
The :photograph made ipn,. offJice-of U Seeitary GenPctoidedusvhe. law "is not bro .had.< ~e' i bde .Chp "niste'ar'e., ,'Tlhey were flown to'
Temade; i!t~he office-df UN Seefetary Gelryct-6 ,iw -i'o r6..kd-ben r q iis
al' eralTrygve Lie shows '(leftriglh sealed): Dr Johr M ken al people 'epioy the H-'anqg under a sp~ciaI, Red rosspdnsored truce in
'I,'bhan: g Korea;: D'i. Jean Prica Mars Haiti; Dr. Nasrollah t of f.de asserb 'd;. n a
.. ... or en P. .9 ants. ... .. .... .
Entegzi .of Iran 4r~ident o the. Geeral Assembley free spech no matter .bhow J -rn.' "
Jean Ohauvel France; and R' en quivel Costa ia y 1sgidec. T&talitarign Go- s w, 'ea sent asses of funeral reath 6
.vnts. dar 1... d .eg .... fro . th.'. and
4V, D... r... K .. 's ao -e.. evey wa ac acomp anie
Ktae.Dr. i ,no AAshistant .Secta* General aldare notal ..e l l e ery a n ,urnsan
.or 'LeaI Affatts, 'i Lie; Fernando Fouirnier COsta PRi- cat opinions. We have sch so. i, he i omrnany. At five eluded Persors of 6versy walk
...,. '"'a; """ aith in ourtway of. l bat SO *e qonnany At five eluded persons oifv our w l k
a; .Prof. Ra-hael-Lmkiof Yale UniverZ h w. O et' ,no i o. ofoc theday e Przesi-. of .li.fe. including a' delegati
AY~gi~~!. '' 1
a;'ig,. iz .he ord,.,_L^.2.
...year. .a paign approvala l~ enentipn .... ..'' ,+ ....,
But there must be a rea ...e.flve gu., U. merce in, Venezuela. From
'.sonable' hm itorlti s. to Wed therdaifter', very' hiW practically every building
soal'l~iit~tOIEl 's hout by one guzguntil thie lasg't "hjs hn hento
"" "'leraton of.. ilese who trie. finalM salau -of 2 Shortly be- .ery house hung the natio-
'undermine the liberties fore the requi eremonie nal flag either at half mast of
toundermiine, the' liberties' fbr? irqud -;ii .e .-
x. d . -'. . rapeoz in =Imurrd'W.-"."
'of the free huntres-, e began, the, officers, of the draped,,, aimournv ng. .
i 4 ""'. '' ie.fre iunre.."a .'. .. inhe..'dlis above thie Caine-.' .
added Britain, was not,wI- Order oaf the Liber at pin-
AV, -"' O b 't -, tery were qpowded with 'huim- /.
ing to. throw, op r.. eAiiden t the orderss. isigh ia dreds of peron who were
., ., .. . .... ._P eagn h rder~. s i ... m . .. wer
ldoors5 to those who sougt givenhim ..oshi i n .. I unable to 'get any closer' to,
'to subvert e i-' nsttumons L ife in the, ity ',had practice' the a&v& There as the so-
ad seduceher citizens from allyce e In the homes the em strains of he era
and s _' ys',ac. .,.,.... e , .March-were playedd by the Mj-
their naturallegianc rdio were ith broadat- litary Ba.d the casket was
boror acromnaniaed +be casket ing the:aecount of-the fanerall covered withOflowers. '14. Col.
to itsfinsA rpstinq place. or -plaing''he'solemn meas- Matcs Perez Jimentz his
,Special1v derinnatn d offi 'new of Chopin's Ma Fti word strined gave the'fina
cerr -" vor', f the ebre which W'as Wel the ky tribune in a few" brief sen
r age I note of the Capital. ences. .
President Harry S. Truma.. the Untiejd States is, ".
n._own speaking dturiang crerees held recently at A-.
isgtion national Cametery near Washinron D.C. at
whirih a statue (background)a if ihe 'late Field Marshall
,ir John Dill Head of theBritish MIission to the Comnbi
ed chiefs of Sthff inWaii IIwas unveiled. The statue
Ie. work of the American:'oulptor Hetbert Haseltine s
stands above Sir John's gravein the United States military ,
'r enetery at Arlington Vir.'inia where he 6ras buried j:" ..
.A 1944 in accordahce. wih'Ais own wish.-
iPresident Truinan delivered his address le6s than an
l"'hour after 'two members afa fanatical anti-United Sta r
,:tes P.erto Rican 'group aatempted'to assassinate "!him-
.'The attesrpt on the .UitdSJates ChiV Executive's life" T HAP'PEND .AT RECESS' A raging fire destroys an elementai-y school in Houst
was made at Blair House the President's residence in on .Tex. while the 550 stude nt.s were ht recess. The blaze was believed to have star-
v washigon during renovation of the White 'House. 'ed when 'a gas heater explode.
None qf the students of the frame schoolouse was hurt
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SUNDAY NOV. 10 THHIISN,'P
I..HAITI -THIS -WE..
SS t*EUTROPA tlhose of St Geotges -school HAITIAN 'YOUT
.HAITIAN ASPECTS OF HAITIAN' VISITS HAITI. of Kingston, to -take .place. HONORED,,'N
GOVERNMENT MUSICALI FOIACLORE Tuesday morning, Nov-T in January., We heartily
OFFERS CONDOLENCES .f The Bitreau"of Ethnoloy ember 14th, the former command the .scheme as a
'TO VENEZUELA hi owre t attransatlantic liner 'Europa), furtherance of international .
Colonel Antoine Levelt, book;. -,Some Aspct of our docked in Portr .au- Prince understanding -aid apprecia ehv ecze r
Secmetai'y of State for,- Fo-19Musical folklor&,., This in h Wuihynie. a tion' on the' level of the.Szran htPalGi
geig~elalon; paganffi-eresingworkconsengers. She Arrived in Hai' yone ,,eeation; who ethy edl sa
.cial_visit to, Amb~abdorLo-' stud f .LimrDistfr NwYrbwacgmost profit by it. Wedeti Iuae(itr
pez Centeno on Tuesday, to Diedr-o tBuireau of of Nassau, and will call in hope to be able to offer mo lad Ra usIee c 18ed
expess-th codolnce ofEtholoy, ho eliere a ngaton, before returning re detail ta lateqdae unani'mouslyPadi5o
:the -Haitian ;Governmenti le4ture #t the Tourist ;Pala,- to. New.'York.. The vessel, REGRETABLE ,deMdcl polsoi
-and people on the tragic nMy28ti a which has been assigned f INCIDENT to awiitflln
eaho t oo e eg -branches 'of' Fofd Motors. "this ran, is sched'uled/' to ,.`On. Mondi lenstes; in Paul Cme~ he-. 0 h
do. Chalbaud. The ddad agjq call bereesevery twentytwo Petiontirille,' Messrs. Josehlnte adCetedi
.was hepedet6thSUDYdays.. The captain, of the Adam '.and Lucien oze sn Mi k lee
junta Government of Vene A NEAR' TIR4GEDV Erp' ati eelsbgnaqureha i eJrco es ;s
anels. ~~and the Port- au- P-ridce, sidei oM. .'f tJeaW le.srneCmaytCi
AINVXrA1YO Lou$, Brd'o' narrovw., agent, Mr. Scernia re'eived Tlicy soon. came to owua y
.ARTIBO&ITrFE -JOURNA escaped death Sun-day af on board for lunch, Mr.Mar and- condition 'fightilngo,-
old onfir th Artb tenoon whn, -e at' he cel_ Fombrun,. Secretary of long' th r until they, rea eh- dtee at ei
fe- 0 e 4wasdrVing .i as Aerfe Cdmmnerce, Mr. Maurice ched the hoe 6fc Coenl ad todrpredta
ceertdte ihlight. pole:, whjle .swerving tauduh, Chief, of. Protocol~e Levelt, Who: ha ppd te .-le coniteny egl
ve~tsary. of its founding, in to vo:cllision ""'ith, a cy- Mf Jean ft Brerccrc-ot.eh usoto hebt-i
aives .M. lause Dy-clist oin, the: Boulevard- Har- tor :General .o: 'ourisni, tl w as --that LucientRu-hstuisha dieie
thsisDi tr ry S.Truman. Col: Philippe 'thamn of the iier, sufferinm.fg -head him, diis honor. T94 4es
of tis- a- M. to -sustaind; su- Army' dfHiti's Staff, "Mr, -wounds, wa sent io~the Na clSho f wte.a
e4 aeaperficial I ts about the, face Yves Des'touches, Pkesid~nt tional Penitentiary, andlJo. hhga student bicdy d' 500
frels at o h mtythree other occupants o d the Syndicate Chamberl setph Adama, with 'a fracture liersrons. ando it, issgreat
-fifd of the apf My S.ug -l..ower, E0p, And of orism, Deputy' Sylvie ote let a~rm, was intern- hoo for hsya!.a
-we qdd, from the depths.. of bis botheoy.hCaorf h9h ires gn d.tejopil.Teockik e 'elected, as Presi-
e in wsp. The thr 0tupnt ofabr of rSS urop r, hi gi. t ax rence spto e elor. Tehe of hiAsscid
grtuaton frea f hete auoout., wee T aw.Cavt Amntaoeo
COMISARAT ayintheMatisan aeaatre:.o 'wo of the pasof
EXPOITIO monthe in autmbl Suebke laeft. Ademwr, lasnl
graissaris Gorenach of theE 1oaoda cls.1liad l;^ifienyf te
-se egto yhear.Deateto i thred c:Le Ntrovnghm di vtemltbelso L
has ~~ Divn -ee vNcrth along heacos the frntsat isvrtse. u W eroi ase Oif Inay
TURNIURE OFTHE Boueakes hisr, U S'. aTelaratomtey reporter, -No-interviewe
ib~ R T th pr ein Mar uoai al nyot addi
Th .or- h -riceClbthans'isinasthk inrandomte two o 1the Woe
is ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ isn ognznfothmidetlw ea.hecare a ht maoajatr as-th
tent o pkepration how aw t gea 'alto Studebakr la y paswers, pad h
.oing fion itur of th e piesm lwgaathuhtecrke fn onlit.a
-ed1 Lha tbi reepto wilwa ottafein as t at rm ewprs
mesone of thegrealfthest:o-he time'i cone Esth tha hd! th one off by teme HO
tnied np has beno tins fo cronto w avi~eel yls.slvsaon ow n BO
esor fe heNto'Eet. Vr.uo sthe caf _thecr' ck wasdd hi sa.-
re.t h&'eaten fhtthe curbwa throwni a d&n theme t6f:rtunktsco-ear fFEIL
PublicWorksThe-iofithe shel te odefd mkDounta
COSEORHERQUZ hih httered and with trip er '1 ad, Apy W NeF LN
Fo afe dysth h alth hss hi the dente t'heidsh Ie sur ON tTydiapoit
-cosin ofe CsutheExpousition. bioad intadsn ohiting ede las- Ad=Ms Hnesn
ve,.Our* cnfrreise ow a Br no as hro ni the suffered tany thel mouna inr
Kinst n hee he i brda kt es olit.o shi~elded ther, thi w s o e f the nost. a. a c e] P M P,
fte~ttn -poinof CEnlubh Waterocuis, ofthe cin tinsiste tha ines tha se adU
dialseciPits ROTARY,,. frmayseiu ut. dn q e ie T. x
is urganizyngi h for ihA on the Suidd di prse al ot ire oy.et.M T
ro mp 'D ecmb er neton ar we ih t, 'poived in. the of the fol orus ic~ per hemn-C B E S T
CA-d HAIA middle cn~fe the islandet e that s4.aw gove 0 t _1k
DO ODWRK nubrawere the taffi t ay. MharsHendero ondue of.nde
Waglie In'ie of the ex a it id seilyrgewr er erflfrti
PAGEE 4 'HAITI SUNp SUINIDAY NOV 19 TH
.UNDUP OF THE AMERICAS -
.-- other countries. The'-following. tification o an error which set up a. cptnralied author-
SE T BIOGRAPHY his decoration werq won on I is being propagated. in La- ity t b 'responsible for the-
breast: Military Order .Ge- tin America relatively tq unificajon and standardiza-
E LATE LT. LCO DEL ADO era afae UrdIetthe sit utio f 'P Ri- i materials an techni
SThir Class; algion of otCOrep' fl.w,
,. BAUD. 'ASSASSINATED Order of h e esnent of a be
NOV & .- Qu9~e,, rank' of C.omdan- Portoricaa. herpism is- Gov- 1i" f ,ate
8 .. der; Grand, Cross of the Oi..' e thorM who. ghumanosf.roi.cattle,,
: r der of the Cron,i. Grand ':fiidi him f l the fa 5"We d.goats.' I is os .
? iw ed ela Chal. his services were of iridispu' ss f D amonds of .the of a.eotioatil, thesis "easPa i ,,,e an d is tc .
O;debr, no thse SuOn, 0I"Jf-ru;,tbS pad. i;%d.'urppe, aan.- dgte],
bu.. .assassnitin' I table value. From June 4th .Grand Crofs oTf the rd e he d eo upt o, ad. of h. fe.fe* disease it. 'th
nay ...,mog C0ct. m1936 tQ No etber 24, 1948 ,-iw Dutch T-o.e d h.e de.te, .e-to .... t'ow hh is on the in-
was one of the aat. '.wjhichrc date he asmed. OS .OYA-C-A c-" scent. us; aanalysis. and iXdi. e ig to .offi-r
s t,' -: r ioo". tf ,e. Pn.4 othOf te ti. t doion iathe solution .of i p cial. ie an Awrica .
w. i .ch o "usted..Pesi- _a ju.nta- of .G ojvernmeo wa- w irdeh Ciftel '. 1 con- Sanit ary Bureau. '
,0 m tedir. aUnd.er thl go his sehricesewere aes follews e .csos D.deo.. C al ducivs r e wok be s'n accqmpa .,- Speakers at te .Congr es
: et fB .atiancour .C aptai n w theree a s. rane Cross awarded. C i ,by i, ipbl geer a. tion num is.a at Ia4 ro .
use ter.me over- in Applied School of Efgite awardede"t b Rp r .he 'tere qxists. a-l.. a__ Lakoro ."
G..of. eo. alle go. neering in.ernailes Cam the G,..oe ,ie ek n 'Puerto.R true-sitt sanlyes, a o
S. .- Capta .m, andi... the. ..g -: F c tl y o ,e week agn the: ,o b t th..is situ .j.
-at a2d CIot-npat y .oE r-. A ssadot of Colombia Caonts d eomaAlare .o. .ia.kes the exchange of
m adat8when 0c ib n Efrai A' pined upon his bst scale p -pubH pin medical eerh diut
whenha endno, N. .raca; those of. the Liu tenantt -Coo -ic. nA forbid p he- C3ngr ., u. ged that
t .,las enteing his. Office Captai of 5th nel,"his-companions of.tie rYi bhi Bpi;es o .nly '5:9 .iempha s be placed on .
5gdns ate de cap, Sectio f the er :Staff .Mia Junta diin o- the ro niartyrdq e ra
-I..te,_to his ,&J.,e *a d: ptain ,of.,th .oihehneo:-. of the Colo b likese 'e asy his objective ib'j elradeus Bie oetatcha in.,"
| tjt a ss.mte in S &tiot' b.f-t he Genera Staff basss, the predous Cgolou I -'t^ a rT-mals ,and- f uman bemigsr 3 "
h o.ve Gan b eed ,itli6In uan s -.p ia decoration. hb erd lan cig "'eto fana.. ,t o sessi '- : Al-ce'
4efs; h aIt-M;sht rqee sonti g Gederal MiS t e Vj 'P ,'nited. Sta- A nerica xyo4tteo d so.
'I. g,.fr'bhed 4dm, -aN.pp,.-s,. M. :ias pese dto 'the. Vehnie- T-Co : .1- mh .. o .. lo %"i,. t
| aentperg i e of m. the in"istryl!Zuela.t .Delegai.on tdie 'deep hc rev s .onlewt to .i. hoav.es'' ,p Brc
ei .overpow of War nd Martie; obtain and sincere ,coundolentces ol akes hAsnrh Zl o wi'th rosis have b ee bg ied
lae d e c ed the rak :of Lieutenant the Board, Gen gral o.- Ria o i. .. ,e e p'is in Argeni- Bo vi-a
,;ttChalbande adfrome .ol . . .. .. .er. n r il, Cana...; Chile Coloi- .
e. t he, de., d, at.he1.ie 1date wa ndysI: The. mIs m fored set bia ..u.a.e, .exic, Pama,
.... '.s...e date -. dieply regret -the s men that -ists Latin tA Per suerto Rid- thet
., ..Ounde d..and t. ..ehr.. :oj.f'.the
ta WoundeQi ou ert 'falls on m t rmi-ca is respectable t States and, 61l.
tI.rbaud. The ca the^6rt9S f rom' Fe.tu-a, mi1 u expts tho eki .e principles that r.'Evins 'disco ', in
toanan erpty hou- 948' iJly ts 'year; ou st profound srrow nits 191W tab undulant f e '
d killed, wai cage of the, Pres oh thedeath of, the .Presi- wth thes raio as and celloss ini-
eral shots /the ency 6f the "Re''lc .oa dent of.the Governing4Tun- de 'ft necessary stat Ame vesioc kc werei actuary the
e "g to the teporar'absi ta f our sister -aton Ve- rict koW better. one of its sam disease.
d..-or ara-- l. re-. .nezuel[.t The adpiraation sSn. a sotatoen, Musnoz Ma-it s ae odre4e -
t "ewas "" '"e "i' R ' '- whichi .ha r cIri' t ar ", and one . s ", -tes -from .the Americas, Eu-
| .ife o.Miitary PROFESSOR. los Defld6,talbaiud stems cle sa d .e . .
S 'c t.te. s ma, i-Fran.- In the Applied School of fr. having .known him c .oveBts, .hat of the orld health orgnization.
||@3V4. I Infantry of Caraas 'ei.'occu personal duringimy servi- people of ,Puerto Rico. attended i^e Congres.s
S" ped the Chairs of. Fotifica ce as. Cm.'. nder-.i'Chief re resenta-ives and 27 of,
nTDIES tion, Algebrta Physics, Aiat of out Forces 1nt ieJCarib- 'WASHNG TON ''Y ' *'
'lytic Chemistry. aind Infini- bean zoe. On behalff of The bai for fut e -inhU DO
"te andant D.e.gad.i teini al Caleliu, andi the t B id, and emy wni he". ECUADOR
mack had '.is. lita- Garrison Corps' of Caainas, na m eg, on ,t. h ternatioai. act ,ion. to combat .cuador has become the.
st.I. at 'the Miitery dios of atematics and exess t the delegation of a seou health and eco 20th. Amerian Republicto
ia Applieda, Senool of En Topqgraphy.: Ve ezueel8 our deep. "and m p pobl bne aid formally complete ietb adhi-
df. .r--s. of-a s ran a ot i, sincere dcndolences.n e Thrd I ameri rence to ie Rio Treaty- Mu
lxig oSepteaies. 15, SPECIAL FaOnISSIONS __ __rican Congress on Brucellos tualt Defense Pact of the&
6; d July" 1'5 1938. Be- He was member of Study .--s- A' .their week- lon on- JE hemtin lisphere .
,t."his Be undertook. stu- Commissions in France and OISTA- RICA fec... e dr .' to- l, c s-, .T ] ado's.i acting o repregztoeno
S operations at.Fort Lea Marlne a the island f T or Rca J' Fguer h-s Republics pned' Moscoso, deposited his count
orit. Noriih Ameri- nidad in April 1948. He so re ifyres has several resolutions. intended cry's instrument of ratifica
T. i .e ;* -a WSspoken out to re.tiy ht to halt the 'disease, which tion, of the Treath with -the
Ae diplomas of Ba besides member of the Per- he termed an "errors in the is know also as undulant OA. on Tuesday, M.ioscosoe
Ke t "Latmn, Sciences and vianent Cionsson on A- opinion of the Americans in fever, Mediterranean fever said the Treaty, which went
so E vatonconnection with PuertoRi malta fever into effect in December,
in ra ie 'i t-h E TIN'R co. In o:ne re hlutionI, "-the de 1948, converts !i.to jurical
?ARY CAREER Th'Dmers f te t' In a statement publish legates' recoiniedd that a reality the A-' ican e'f-
SiL CAREER thea reI in the newspaper La andard testing fluid be fort to ennate violence
In his .military career, Lt. Colonel Carlos Delgado Republica, Figueras said: t in he diagnosis of eint, a violence
lonel Delgado Chalbaud Chalbaud were recognized *As an Americanist, and as B esi throu t thd as a method s settleng con
ed various offices of not only by Venezuela but a, democrat I deem it. my d ame ss In orth they t andl a stidr accept-
importance in which also a number of the y to contribute to theec-
.poips thea country don to stop agrsuonps.c
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SUNDAY NOV. 19' TH.
The shops' in this section
have been checked by this
newspaper, and to the
best of our knowledge
their "merchandise, is of
good quality and good
LIST OF ARRIVALS
Meps Shbes -and Pants
Ladies Shoes, Underwear
Cotton, Silk and
Nurses White shoes and
Opposite KVIM Airways
Rue des Miracles I
Save Time and
Buy Direct from
Rue, du Peuple
Any time you're stuck
with stale, dried- up cheeses
such as American, store,
Swiss and Gruyere, shove it
in the meat grinder along
with a couple of chunks of
raw onion, turri the crank
and what ',comes out the
other end is .a moist, sprea-
dable mixture that's "just
right on crackers foT snacks
and hors d'oeuvres. It has
a delicious tang provid-
ed you like onions.
A DEPARTMENT OF SOUVENIRS
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coeur en or de 9 k. avec,
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vos emplettes d la Maison
Orientale ou vous trouverez
tout ce don't vous avez be-
soin pour les fetes de .fin
Hours are from 8.m. fA
5 p.m some sh boJ~ Mre b
tween the hours of 12,. afd;
Sat. is noon closing, "T.
a number of shops especid-;'
ly Soivenir shops stay 'op 's
through the day.
Banks open at -. ad -
close at 1 p.m. SA "i' ig g8y.
noop. A ,
Post Office. opens at 8A^
.m and close at 5:.30 pm.
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a fabulousm legance an Oriental
,.: nce demands' Created by
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.ilAMBOO-a new expansion band.
We',1ln colorsof yellow,..pipk.egr
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MRS CHAMPANAS FACTORY
., AGE 6 HAITI SUN
'TA Sf FROM HAITIAN COUNTRYSIDE
In the last tale, the snake their decided 'o go and find By Paul NAJAC
~,- .was fortunate, he got what out what was wrong. It was behind the ti-caill. So
he wanted, ...he ate the simple, there was a fish in behind the ti-caill. So
girl and slipped back silen- the river, called Thezan her father took a part of
tly into the woods... howe- who loved the little sister, .thefish to her... she took
ver the snake and the other so when the older came he it and put it into the stamp-
0.' animals are not always so always agitated the water er, and started again sp
S'ortunate, they sometimes to soil it... ill singing:
'get killed before acheiving Then' father became very Thezan zammi moiis
t| -thei? aims. mad about that, and Thezan (Thezan my friend)
rl In any case the stories knowing how he fblt decid- Thezan na dio bon zam
.: fellow the same procedure ed to go and aask her mo- mi moms (thezan in water
a beautiful girl, an ambi- their for her-... The father good friend...)
tious mother who would refused ahd, decided to kill And milling, and singing
4 l ,like a prince to marry her that irrelevant fish; so he Thezan, she was sinking
Daughter, and you -know took all the necessary and deep into the ground, and
@,, the rest.... to day, in the sa- went to the river. she kept singing...
me categories, I picked up aL As Thezan knew that his Thezan ammi mows
'ew type for you... It's girl would not come back .Thezan nan dlo bon -zam
About the fish. .; any more, to the river he ga mi moins Thezan!
Sve her d little handkerchief The children playing out-
Here it is: and told her: aWhen you side, called their father and
SCric... Crtc... see a speklde of blood on it said: "Papa, little sister is
A mother ind a little villa I'll be .dead at that time, going' down into the ground
k' ge had two daughters. They It was at 12 noon, the that's impossible the fa-
wee doing all dithe domestic pun was very hoe and while their though and when fib-
work they had- also to the little sister was milling nally he went ut... it was
carry water home, from the cowr she sw. the blood on too late. he heard the last
Sriver. but something, was the handkerchief ... tThe- line...
Thezan bon zammi moins
.wrong, The older always zan is dead she, exclaimed,
Eh brought dirty .water, and and she cried and cried ... ...Thezan
he younger clear and limp- The father brought the And there was nothing
younger. c m- fish h e .i ee oy left of little sister not even
Skid, water.;. ",,y, , -
The brother worriedso mush had a, good ner y her stamper... -,,
: 'about this, that the fa- sister, was outside milling
.. .. -. The lives of truest heroism
SL'O kS are those in which there are
iEPn YOUR flgreat deeds to look back
'LLLr tL l upon. It is the little things
Swell done that go to make
up a successful and truly
S- .. good life.
S/ RISP Theodore Roosevelt
ND SWEET AS-AIR HAPPINESS
N ,E If happiness has not 'her
.. And center in the breast,
An up- to-date cleaning We may be wise, or rich,
SPlant thai offers fast or great,
1 and\reliable worf is But never can be blest."
S'- AT YOUR SERVICE Robert Burns
.. The heights by great men
'reached and kept
X AITIAN AMERICAN Were not attained by sud-
DRY CLEANERS But they, while their compa
,1 NEXT TO PAN AMERICAN AIRWAYS OFFICE Were toiling upward in the
by Henry Wadsworth
t'?., ../,. vLongfellow
SLIGHT PALETTE 1 DAY- OLD COLT Longfellow
.. Compared with the unva Because the wild horseof S
ft.g redyellow color of in- had little protection -from Augustine)
"'cadescent light, a palette its enemies besides running -- ,--\ -_
bllf 10 colors has been deve ability, nature gave it the
Aloped, in the fluorescent advantage of early, develop- WHIRL DIFFERENTLY
*I field. Included in this num ment. A colt can lift its In the Northern Hemis-
'. er are five shades of white head 10 minutes after birth phere, cyclones whirl in cir
5-.'One of the newest is a soft and can stand up an hour 'les counter- clockwise, whi
4 'wiphite fluorescent which pro later. Wobbly at first, the le in the Southern Hemis-
'dares light itib a peach day old colt can walk and phere they, whirl clockwise.
i't'st. run. Napoleon
SUNDAY NOV. 19 TH.
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The Chatre d'Art has an-
nounced that the following
cuset up atud thaventeen MARY D. COLES AND: ROBERT W. R WILSON
J se up t th Cener.HAVE JOINT EXHIBITION O NIG
Course in Sculpture ard
TH S N LIRARY7,er=adF adOn W wednesday afternoon standing in' Haiti forh
nsday ad F~riday 3:00 i ee h~ ~t .
THE POETRY toofsc colconof 6:0PM -Udrtea reception at the,, Centre promising aet first be-
OP' THE 1NEGRb poetry as. The Dream 'Kee- direction of Antonio JosephdAr inaugurated one of Igan -his career as an artist
per,, The Weary, Blues, and ie.oe einn ~ ersms xiiga-here in Port- au- Prince. I1ke
SIncluding the' 'works of Shakespeare in Harlem; his Monday -4:00% 6:00 ptistic events, a joint ,exhibi- cognizing his potentialitiks
R,147 poets and covering a collected short stories, The, m. -,sUnder the direction o fpitnsb r eitPtr ~ i
Period from pre-Revolution Wayso ht ok~ado arc ono er .R is encouragement in the. foral
ary times until today, The hi~s novel, Not Without Painting 4:00,- 6:001o.o coasi oteCn
Poetry of the Negro ,will Laughter' also received high P.M.: -Wednesday Is We-konibohHitedAtn196 fe sa
,7 stand for years As the best, critical acclaim.He has writ tructor Maurice 43orno. tinadAeia ritcdig here for'serl ers
mos iluatnatngandmot tn abiorapy, alld he tud ofLin :00--circles, -Miss, Coles' work he left for the ,United Stai
-valuable collection of iRs Big Sea, and some years ago' 6: 00 -P.M TFriday Instrucwlle o ehbio ortsf toresofnesi
kind. a play of his, Mulatto, had tor -Maurice Iforno:, the first time in Latin- Ame- ve' work at the Pens ylg-
The first part~of the an- a long run on Broadway. Painting, Silk Screening, c:Noewcortoteiacdm'ofin is
thology includes the work 'Recently he wrote the ly- and, Art. Classes for chil-felof.atMssCesafSera ohswr
ocf Negro- poets, covering rics~for the hit play Street dren aged five to twelvete tdngiPrsfomaswntteItr
-he widest possible rangee Scene. will be under the directionnyyashdseelehiHoeiiPile
--and. revealing. the growth of oMis. Robel Paris and biin o e wr nrt ter leaving Pen
theNego problem from re A- AN BONTEMPS is TLeon Agnqat a sitn.cain hma
world Proportions& poetry has been .published'an of the above listed cour. unn oNwYr sh otneli
Two supplementary sec- for many years -and, he has'ses can call at the -Centry ae f~rehbtosi nHii
-tios ichde the wrk of also written such novels asl d!Art and ink ia ra' .,oea asa ilg
Carribbean poets, .some of Black Thunder and,, God gemen~ts for the course 0f ,n tDrmuhNw TeAt oigpleo
it available, for the first ti- Sends Sunday. The, later study.Hmshr.Atesmet-Pr-a-ricesexem
-me, and that, of white: poets, was made into a play b 7, sh Ion I m to o- ky-otnt nhvn
wohd'written abort, Ne 1i1r. Bontemps and C6ultee lsmue her sde in NeW opportunity-. to see -the weik
gre -n ]eg Cu mllen several, years, a Yok, and worked. with of these two Artists. whwh-i
As 1rfeecebok The and hiad a4ni an? -sch& aea s l be onexhibio Toh AN
-poetr of The Negro is ir- ful New York r! u uder ilael- h s ulcfo iify 4
-eieal;and f ot- good the title 'Of St- oi o Mr. Robert Wilson, 'Put- vember 16'-
teading 'it, is even pnore rewm.Heith trof
_ardi,ig- for, this big,-handso They Seek a ty, Publish- P rpm C A
-me, compt nir olc ed in L944.
-tion ctas oth ofeeye lan age knows
-sheer re d n -pleasitrei oth Mt nen r, e in ds
TH-E EDITORS: ueos*cide ok peson his way, is heard
LANGSO HUH-i n 1oEMsKiif-.r....,, t Au -revdoi@ Auif wiedefsehn,
-perhaps. the best-known. and gy,Golden Slippers, has,- for .V. Adioss t
idest- hed NegroMtsd eirs'(hItst Each meant, for sweet remembrance sk -
W 0 ea th La Kd
writig today, and iste anamong ypquager _rea StE PR
But I be -ow hear Mexsdad
That hold 'al (yaeetIpP men
'Ith isb tvariably s tep 1 oo 1.00 N W eAyI'U ic oL -Philakdel-u h epc nd i n oc a health
KK a rile o S.taton~ M.B i phia f~or the first time on tainabl hog h xedtreo ud lnbtW
n condIuted by the PaiM Octobe 27 hl \ mthee to gh epa o e
deet Ina Aaeficrs Iotft .i i ndvda
',thr tTis opera byS hiarelce a
IU S have learnedon Whe ad libet- ce Pres
ma IRTLE TT he Oper a J o e
t L ib (ecate to Zeeika d i 19n2. H A
th la st rert, lau ev- Ha-h, wa [ts e ein L ,the e in te Mu i ti ist
yeate of te rnch Acade- fe to her beautiful noem 10ie VoouesqueP in Haiti dowrtn kerosee- people aor
mywill deliver t theMINEn, wkich re duing the tuagic time of Where thel e s
nc idst au d's H lSe.). Ihie death of Haitis t first thgthrough hashl eaxpend doodn.
.tv'lcujre eziited <
re ill be folo uted byam or mtoa exh[lSaLIE The~ shakin hipt adteCai h rmessp
N o w h e e s n o h e s a ng the r~ole of bE SSA LI- T h d eat h~ o~f th m e o n h e m r p y d
TNES1 Camen aanbance Music Hitit
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A ,PAGE 8' ,aHAITI, SUN, SUNDAY NOV. 19 TH-
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do" foryur ALSO BEER GARDEN
USITTING PRil eRussell seem quite happy and (Ex position Grounds) -
she has reason to be, considering the roles Paramount recent ty
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cocktails by the President Mr. and Mrs. Bolte, well Martha Jean-Claude was
I, of Haiti Motors, Mr. J. E. known lawyer -and business applauded in on of he best
Sendral. The Dulls said on man ;of Jacmel, are spen- of her. series, A s0tch wag
leaving for Ciudad Trujillo ding their annual vacation offered to- tfb 1 public tog".
S. c that they were enchanted at Kenscoff. Mrs. Bolte's fa their with Latin American
; with their Haiti short and'! tier, Mr. Beaudry, former French and Creole songs.
S" 'they' hope to return at some Prefect of Jacmel, has the The soiree was. a very mery .
') future dkte to. enjoy a more agency for BRASSERIE PDE one and music'provided by
[. 0 extensive' visit, They will LA COURONNE, S.A.. in the Jazz "Corijunyo Citadel
S" ( } continue their trip around that city. HAPPY .DAYS to le v was appreciated by one
o 0, the Americas and hope, will our friends from. JACMEL! and all.
return to the U.S. before, xxx. ..
Mr. Dan Allen,. Manager, Mr and Mrs. Giles Hu'- Christmas, and after the heo- iThursday afternoon at QUI MUON i
for BRASSERIE, DE 'LA bert i- days will tour the. Pacific .4:00 P.M.' the' funeral of TI BON ZE .
COURONNE, S.A. left Sa- Mr. Jacques Leebours Mile Marguerite Mercier, Bureau, of Immigration.,
turday to attped the Coca- Mr. and iMrs, U. Routier The Center d'Art had who died in the morning,- No matter what other
Cola Conveton and Mr. Dewitt Peters' one of. the -most. successful, took place at St, Poter's countries may say about it,
School Clinic to be,held in Miss Sheillah O'Maly ope.nigs in' its history on Church of PetionvI1le. The i emigration is the sincerest
rtgAton.- Aeco.mpanying him Mr. Raymond Coupmau last Wednesday evening. O-. body was buried in the' e-fotm of flattery.
was. L nda Thomas re- Mr.' Pierre Monosiet -ve 50,0 guests attended the mtery of .Poau-Price. .(Pathfinder)'..
birear ki HtAj SUN, and Mr.'Lelio Joseph 76th exposition, which fea- Condolences tod all ..those Fr S. ,
SeMetary 'of the Convention Mr. and Mrs. John Burke uared the water .colors of who have been affected by Beauty' shop is.a place
BOW. VOYAGE/ M.ss Frances Lee Mary Coles and Robert Wil :ijs. sad. occurehce, partula e en a are and .
Happily engag.ed. t be Mr and Ms. L. Paquin' sony! rlyMr. Rodotphe 'Merci.r, I ia well don. ef ,
married ,next mon are Mr and Mrs.Sim la ".. brother of the deceased, .ler. Tired Hawk)
iss F nif Cleis ,and.Mr Ge i Miss Katherine Bryan ' : iephews G eiintenants, Elder Low i eckiine:. Some ing; "
rard Moresset.. The announ-i r(bmte and Comtesse Bar- Maty Coles'explained 'to and' Edwige Mrciet, Dr.An yov can aproye ot iand look
em ent ,,was made during a barich ,u yur reporter that the essen dr Merciej and Mr. Roger .down on at thr same time.
.party given. by the- 'father "idintster of Education and ce b the Hitian people, Mrcier, I Overheard w a' brigepar-
of the young ,ldy at the fa7: Mrs William' Theart 'according,. ,to her Qbserva- ,xxx, : ty: I had a wonder time.
mily .home in Turgeau., ," Mr. John Burns tiotis, is a .certain 'basic ear- t. ra. "' Il.was,afraid Iolbe.. ,.
Miss Hairi.. of 1949,, Dr. and rs. F.H F ape thie.ss -r-s he finds no- A.VODOU '. ', only s4pid .bridge player 7at
SPal.ette Guichard,. is .to Mr.. nd Mrs. Guy- Feli* thing as..gi 'y in: lidscga- [-presented on Saturday No- youi pat. : .
m marry Mr. Jean 'Janini in Hyppblite pe'nor pqple.-- wich sheivemer 1.8th the, talph Bossto:secretary ii'm. i :
the near future. Colnel and Mrs. Follans- 'has, tried; -to capture with ted vedete. arha ,Jea- a iiry Miss M..., so don'.
Mr. .Georgei Sl.mon r-e- bete er paints. She has delibera& Claude in two showsw du- boter with, y our shot-
,td"n ito Haiti, last, veek, Mr. Maurice Borio . tely limited her 'palette to ring 'a gald s'oire.: tad. ., ,. : '
after spending& two months. Mr. Leif Froen .a few colors, which she des
off intensive research with Mr. Lucien Ion'ts ,crdbes as earthy, to aid in .' .., .' .-
:the United Nations at Lake Mr; Jean Belgmade. "'the esiesimn of this fedl-
Success.. He is connected Well --known business- ing, This does not decr6ase
ith theDepartment of Fe-a, Murr nobel, the sense of ---lor, *for, as A
;reign Affairs. left for the New York on Miss Coles says it is ..possi- esh "
. business at.the beginning ble to express theranges of
The Education. Depart- of last week. 'lor in. well- placed black Z'T The flour :-
.meit reports that it has Our roving Aerican cot and white. Her works show,
been called to their attez- respondent reports that' Mr. a definite understanding o. f,
Stion thet Lennie Bogert is John r Teeter, of the Damon the. rhythm of the' daily life ,
now dhe' master of 'eleven Rihyon Funmd and Ameri- of the Hartian peaantry.
leoqrs of th.e, alphabet. 'can Cancer Society, may posAbsao '
A thoroughly enjoyable sibly come to Haiti in the I. ast Friday Ambassador
i-social highlight. occurredd very near 'future.' Lopez Centeno of 'Vneiue- I'
last Tuceday eveni.in De- It is with great pleasure la returned to .Caracs, by'
ipas at the home of Mr. and' that we, welcome, back. ho- plane. Ambassador. Centeno
'Mrs. Neff. Mr. Neff, direc me Mr. and Mrs; L.P. Ag- was at one time .Professor
'tor ot ..the Haitian- Ameri- I gerholh after a .sojomrn of and .personal; friend to the.
cian Institute and his charm 6 months in Fraice. They late [ft. Col. Detgado Chal-
ing wife," "were host at a arrived Monday Notember baud who was assassinated.
five- .to-peven cocktail par- 13th. .aboard the- Transa- Monday, of last. week. The
ty. ..Among' those present, tlantic Liner uEuropan. Mr. Secretary of the Haitian Em
urt'social reporter noted: Aggerholm who' is the n4a- basgy, Gustave Bbno, re- .
Mr. 'Senator Emile St-Lot, nager of one. the oldest and turned to Caracas on the sa
Mr.Senator Marceau Desi most stable .commercial bu- are plane as' the Ambassa-, .
of siness of this country, 'has dtor.'
-Ambassador Earl Decour- been appointed Consul Ge- .
and Mrs. 'Decourcy Ieral -of Finland. Mr J. Winchester, special
and-Mr. Dmi ry John .Cnag-r COCA A iE XdPORT
SMr. and Mrs.John amp- travelling, chemist for the
1etl Mr. R. Dull Jr,. Manager ICOCA-COLA EXPORT
Miss Denise Rouzier of the Overseas Distribu- CRPORATION, left Snatur-
Mr. Paul.Najac 'tors of the Ford Mptor day for Miami, after spen-
i'Mr. and Mrs. Duane A- Company, accompanied b didtg a few days in' Port-au
SaAMrs. Dull spent two day Prince 'making his yearly
i Pmagt- a nd last ",e.. Pr mce, m ak g
'Cathy Hasock .. Port- au-Price last week analyss of the water used
Mr. James 0. Plinton The Dulls who hail from at BRASSERIE- DE' LA
Mr. Vinton Burns Edgewater, N. J. are on a COUrRON NE. S,A., local in-'
Lieut. and Mrs. Fritz Bri- tour of Ford Motors Fo- dependent bottlers. Before
re reign Export Operations. leaving, he was very glad
Miss Gladys Froen The Department that Mr. to report that the water u r ...
Mr. Paul Lizaire Dull heads includes 46 to reported n that the water u- ic MJ# man do sM thin64
Mr. Emile Brun .-countries from one end of id all oher products at CAA W
Mr and Mrs. Fortun Both ge this plant is of the purest,
Mr and Mrs. r. Ja Perty edrnd Mrs.s Dul ejoy- atndb hitthe eosrilizaion to BRASSERIE DE LA COURONNE
Mr and Mrs. Allen Laf- au- Prince at the Hotel usual high standards requi
n and daughter 'Miss P. Splendid. and last Friday 'red. S A
fflin night were entertained at' *'
SUNDAY NOV. 19 TH.
- U - - --. -
AFRICAN JOURNEY: ,
THE NORTHERN PROVINCES OF NIGERIA HAVE A FEELING OF LIMITLESS SPACEi AND ,TIME,
AND THE PEOPLE WHO INHABIT THEM HAVE" AN AIR OF CALM AND .MEDITATION. BUT .SAYS
THE WELL- KNOWN AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTER COLIN WILL, WHO RECENTLY TOURED
' THE AREA FOR THE BBC, DESPITE TIEIR MOOD OF ABSTRACTION, THEY. HAVE ACCEPTED
THE NEED FOR CHANGE AND HAVE LENT THEIR HANDS TO IT
NIGERIA'S VAST NORTHERN PROVINCES
I flew north, 600" miles 'arid lands. sant smile. Hel wore a whi- is sheer disaster. I met the high officials .
or- more into the interior, to The spiritual head of all te turban and a robe of hea The agricultural experts of Birnin Kebbe, the town
where. ,,the vast Northern West Africa's Muslims is vy, dark-green stuff that al- experimented first to see if of the Gwandu Emirate, ni-
Provihces of Nigeria stretch e Sultn of Sokoto, who most reached the ground. big- scale controlled irriga- nety miles on my road from
out along 'the fringe ot e is always known as Sarki'n Like many Muslim rulers, tion was possible. They de Sokoto. They werewonder-
Sahara.. They have the .d Muslimi -- The Command. he wears no ornate clothes cided it was, not: the rivei' fully Plite, genuinely pleas
Ssert feeling of. limitless -s er of the Eaithful He is one but -shows his humility by could not be controlled. So ed with the visit. ,They see-.
ce. and time, but the' area if the three of four most po appearing onfy in white or.' now t they are trying a ra- med to .me to enjoy work-
not deserts. They 'are d werful leaders in the Isla- in' the sacred green. .. er daring plan. Briefly, it ing with the Egropeans.But
Sdusty lands, sco ece" b" mic woldd' m- His greeting. was trps is to balance the danger. of I sensed a certain reluctan-
ernil sun, cooled sometimes ThNorthern Provinces ed for me. It was this: he floods by cultivating a ce, a regret that so,, much .
by ie.. chill, dry wind cal are divided into a number hoped that I would see much greater area, and change was felt to be neces
led the.Herhattanr waterof emirates, and the' emirs good things in. Sokoto, but doing -it intensively with sary.
ed sometimes by great riv -a fnw of them with diffe that I would sde also that tractor- ploughing by.gov- I travelled on and, at Je-
,ers thai shrink and flood rent titles,' such as -the Sul- which was' bad, so that I ernment teams, and by u's4 ga, I visited the rumnfa. the
-with violence.. tan are members' ,of. old could judge it they were ing varieties of rice that dressing. station, 'and saw a
Thdre is- grass tlere to ruling families, ,bth, chiefs making advances. .. will, stand '-p to a, good new. batch of patients
feed the 'hump- backed eat- and religious heads,. and 'it In' the courtyard, was'a' deal of flooding., brought in withh cesebro-spi
tie that travel endlessly; is, through 'them that the horseman, a fantastic figure Much of. these river flats nal meningitis. There is no
and spin' plants and thorn Btitish administration ..gov- from the past. He .brandish- is country top tough for the epidemic this year. Last
scrub; and scattered, stunt erns the '-iorth, undpr the. ed 'a spear and had a' sword farmers' hoes and light year, in one province alone,
ed trees, and sometimes tal- system called indirect rule., at his side. He wore a- bel- ploughs. But one morning, there were 45.000 cases
ler'timb" r andeven forests. Each emirate has its native met and a coat of. mail outside Sokoto, I 'watched wit1. ,5.000 deaths.,' But
And,. men,-fa r- .$he dry administration, with, its own chain mesh; the same as big ploughs drawn by trac- there is an outbreak every ..
land. making., the best of law, coirifs, ''ptblle wbrks, men wore in the days of tors tearing that. hard year.
rainy' seasons 'and rivers and schools, hospitals, and so the Crusades. I have been ground open and going
rare, springs and. ;Wells. on. The, Bitislf iesidents, told that some actual arms deep in gdod soil that ad- I wish I had time to tell
Th .people of the north district officers, and specia- and armour of those days lain waste for ages. more of that long jour-
are craftsmen, too; blacks- lists of different lynds coo- found their way across the Next day at dawn, I. star ney, before I came at last
'.- ,miths and.lversmiths, .pot-.perate and advise. This' in- Sahara with early '.Moham- ted on a long trip through to Kano, the greatest- city
ters, -and weavers, and' Wor direct rule has its. problems medan conquerors, and we- the N6rthern Provinces. r of the north, the famous tra
kers il -leather. They have; btit'it'wbrks; and I do not re copied by generations of ly as it was, the roads were ding centre to which the ca
almost nothing in -commdor think .any other system West African.-armourers. already busy. Long-distance ravans come. from' across"-.
with the southerners except would. The Sultan had ordered lorries loomed, up 'iut of the Skhara, from Timbuktu
their 'dark skins. And even- .Sokoto, like all towns in this display .for me to show the light haze of the 'ar- from Chad, as they have '.
their colour varies from ebo northern Nigeria, is a collect m4. how his people went to mattan and < vanished ip done for 1.000 years, Ca-
ny fo old iv and ,great tion of rectangular flat-too war only a few generations clouds of dust. mels and' donkeys thread-
many have long, sharp- cut' fed houses built of mud-ce- ago. Thie Sultain's guard" d S 'ing among the lorries, and,
features; frequently aguili- meant, rosy-red, yellowish- still ride out in' armour THE RED GOATS except for the lorries and a
ne, whih -lends colour to brown, ivory coloured, the when he parades through OF KANO few bicycles, that enorm- .
many eoriessmoceremo- ousosquare,mud
giany theories of great mi- walls topped- with small the city on days of ceremo- In the open grassland, ar- ous city of square, mud
rations from North Africd pinnacle, like spearheads. nial. .. found mud villages,theree days of theis Arabian Nightse
he'Arab countries, and ev- -. re herds of. the humped cat th e
en fbom Upper Egypt. "I. MEET THE SULTAN A few days later, I went tie with a 'five. foot spread with a huge white mosque,
GREA'T'TRADERS| OF SOKOTO with 'Sarki'n Muslimi on ,of horns, black- and whe with its green dome rising
OF .WEST AFRICA -At,the .:Sultan's palace, the first trip of the first mo 'sheep, arid red. goats. These above it, the rchly decorat-
There are a number of ra- the Resident. and I were tor-coach in ,Sokoto. On goats -the *Sokoto Redsm ed facades of the houses,the
ces, but the predominant welcomed by high officials this. first trip'round the and the red goats of Kano market stalls hung with car.-
ones are 'the.Fulani, many who bowed themselves to town the passengers were are a famous breed, be- pets and cloths of native
'of whom are wandering cat the ground in'graceful obe- all high- dignitaries in gor- causes their hide makes the weave, piled up with colou
tie-nferders, and the Hausa- isance, until their exquisite geous turbans an4 robes, finest leather. We know it red leather and masses of
men, wh'd are the great tra- head-dresses of figured muis and -in the front seat was as Morocco leather, but that silver ornaments.
ders of West Africa and lin touched the red dust-a the Sultan. The crowds rush' is because European trad One evening friend took
farmers, as ',elV. These tall, voluntary gesture of ho- ed to salute 'him because ers first found it there The me to visit the richest of all
bearded northerners wear nour,.1which equal makes to thih bus-'trip was import- caravans had taken tlesoft the rich merchants of Kano
Sturba'ns and long robes and equal. Then we were led ant. It gave his. sanction to red hides to Morocco across -some say he i a millio-
colossal fancy trousers, five into the audience chamber this modern innovation, and the Sahara from the tanne- naire : El Hajji et Hassan
feet wide.: The well- to- do where walls and floor were tiart is essential in Hausa ries of Sokoto and Kano. Dantata. We-, p a s s e d
ride .hbrses iin elaborate bar entirely covered with car land. We passed mud- builttrough his warehouse full
n .u,- e ,, laathor and Iets. Twelve chairs, ranged As well as her system of onw, ,n ,^a- i .h of groundnuts and rice, car
nflL3J nF ttluA dleathe... and'. -1-Lpets. LL L jaUute- -9 --
ness U CUOUU I). o211U
Showy inetalwork, jinging
with little bells.
Their -religion. in the
main, is Mohammedan, so
is their culture and their
philosophy. They have an
air of calm and meditation,
liable to break in storms of
anger and. fanaticism. And
they have that fatalism that
seems to belong to vast and
s1n *a -at been- the
in two rows flanking the indirect rule, Britain also strongholds of the old Fu- ets and merchandise, and
throne, were covered with does a great deal directly lani empire, in the days in a whitewashed 'house of
twelve different, brilliantly in West Africa. In farming when the Fulanis were con e starkest simplicity we
coloured pieces of cloth, development for instance querors. At the toivn of Ar-ifound the old man waiting
The Sultan came in Rice is grown in the river gungu, at a levee given by to.great us with the auiet
without ceremony, 'his orna lowlands, with primitive -ir- the Emir, I met a chief, not and graceful courtesy of his
t slippers hiding silently rigation. But floods waste vet an old man, who had people. He was an elegant
over the carpets. He was a some crops every year, and led one of the last raids of figure, tall, slim,. white- ro-
slender, graceful man of if-th about once in ten years they the old warring dayp befo- bed, and his white turban
ty, dark and aquiline, with wash away all the rice. And re 'the British brought pea- framed a remarkable face.
'intelligent eyes and a plea- for these small farmers that ce. continued on page 12
-. ". I. < a
SUNDAY NOV. 19 TH,
YESTERDAY FOOTBALL IN THE WORLD OIASSIFICATION
RESULTS ; I', SPORTS:
RESULTS OF THE 1st Racing anff Egcelsior 3
Harvard 14 Browny 131 4TH ,CHAMPIONSHIP points 1 -
Colgate 10 Syracuse 14 MATCR 3rd Victory and Arm4e .1
Penn. 20 Wisconsihi 0 Racing versus- Excelsior int
Illinois 14 Ohio State 7 Sunday Novenmber 12. 1950 5th Barcadi 0 poiht
Notre' Dame 13 Iowa 14 Match: Racing 1 ' 6th Violette 0 point
Minisota .27 Pirdu 14' Excelsior 1 In the kingdom of
Connell 24 Darbrnoutih 0 going Goalkeeper: *Rigaud leading with 3 goals followed
Mliichagan State 19 Pittabur-' Backs:: .aippert Dseir -De closely by Guillaume (Excel-
gh nis .. ior) with 2 goals
Piineeton .47 Yale 12 -. King, "Duroseau and. Overt At the start opening match
Villanova 29 Boston College Forward: MVartin (Capt.)I WONVH AiND, LEO-
-7 Jacques, Madiou, .Zoupin Yal G.ANE played a trial match
Boston U. 26 Idaho 19 pout avery hard game which' en
Georgetown 21 Holy Crosesl4 (Trainer) Biamby ded score.'.-1
Lehigh 38. Lafayette 0 IExcielsior: Goalkeeper -, Next' match of the Chain-
Fordham 26 Temple 2i 1 Backs: Angelucci (Capt), and pionship will, take place to-
- North Carolina 14 'South Ca Thoveniri Denis :Thybiflle day between Bacardi and
rolina 7 Bataille and Henri .For- Violette .and will be. precee
.Duke 27 Virgina Tec. 61 ward: Jn. Baptiste; Lamothe., ded at 3:00 by a test match
VJIiairn 20 loiida 14 Guillaunie, 'A. *IVichel,. and between CHR X DES BOU-
.Georgia 12 Auburn 10 D6rosier. (Trainer: Ghillau I QUETS and.a team of the
Kentucky 83 WNorth Dakota 0 me) .. meaopblitAn Chaipionashp .
laibama' 54 Georgia Tech 19 Receints: Gdes 1743 60 .+..-., n r.
12t1 Il LLC I a ;i-
Tenn. 45 Iws 0 for nearly 7590 persons
Oklahomia 41 Mssouri 7 cord for.the cha(npionsh
Mchagan 34 Nthwestern 23 Goals were scored by: (P
S i 14 Arkans 7 laulrne (Excelsior) after 1,
Minute of, play Yaboute ,(
cing) aftet 6ist minute
_____ -- -. - --- -
I Watto know,. bow? The Clipper
--Cwg eupet yw commuRily wIU
to yowr pmrxm shping Mrob
..' .. ,
S1 'T M tph cos 3451
thnirance G e .0 A ca et-
(re mes- ;
ip) Tribune G. 0:30 centi es
il- continued frartpage 4
Ra! a- I
I, 'The Rio Treath became e ,. :
fective as soon as two-I -
thirds pf the American re- LOCAL FOOTBLLi TAL.. The picture ttken recent-
publics dep6sitel their ins-' ly. at M Carthy Stadiun \shows young, foot-bal ur
truments of ratification. Re Rudy Tippenhauer t fLa Salle University -
snaining American.. Goverp awaiting- patiendly, the otherother 16 members,. of hi$
ments bound themselves to 'team. to commence practice. "
the Treaty's terms as each ..-
deposited its ratification ins
trument.. I That' nation ratified the this reservation Guatemala's
Guatemala is the only Si- Treaty but with a reserva- deposit of its ratification is* ,
gnatory nation whose ins- tion restating. Guatemala's pending while. the other A
trument of ratification is 'territo. al" ams. to Belize, m ecan Rebubjis ,consider
still tb be formally accepted (British Honduras.) Due to 'the reservation. '
,-' -'-,-",--,--_.1- . .
JAMAICA'S HOT TEN "
Jamaica's crackerjack .the style Won't allow. No one I, Saxophone and phrasing
famous IEric Dean 'band, can deny the consistency f 'set the tone of the band in
that packed the Theatre de this outit. Other Bands 'go hose soft I numibers.But cre-
Verdpre, Cabane Choucoune on an off eight now and dit 'may be di"tributed- even
arid ,the 'Haitian- American then and do the comeback ly .o the .Hbt Tens, Drum
Institute (this week wiih on their 'next engagement,' mei Saiim Watson x,(Father)a
crowds of applauding citi- what, has put this band :Pi ans Linton Thomis,
zens, has been accepted as head and 5houldcs abbov Trombonist Dan Dhruimrn'n
[Jamaica's -finest Ambassa-i the others thi) ytar. Bass Vincent Hamilton,
dor. This ten' piece .bqnd'- Trumpet .player Lester Wil
that has made a big hit with When Doan and the lians Guitar player Ernest-
local daqce fans as well as. boys arrived from: .Ktngston Rangiin, Tenor Sax Ruben
listening' audiences, varies lasf week, Mrs Marini of Alexander, Third alto Jose-
from hot Calypso, ale jazz Hotel Choucoune greeted the .yn Buchanan, Eric Dealns,
Shot, bebop (or bop) and B' aWefl, gendemen, flist sax and vocalist
back to the sweet and swoo I'll show you to' yoyr Roy Shurqand, who ha-
ny, something for everyone rooms. To which a chorus ve made Jazz m icians and
A Jamaican newspaper reply beameded" Would be music lovers, of all existing
seems to have hit it square very mu o hage'1 if we varieties flock" to JUsten.
ly in its recent review of c< uld s :. whetr, w, "dre r to I, :
the band, they said, aThe pday firsts An.d so-the band ,c TUITION ,"' **' ,
highlight of this band is was .rehearsing five minutes Lessons of French aend Spa
* 'its individual styling.. Some afterr arri'tl iii Prcionville. ish to English speaking
band,folks say it's Lombar- his habit will, .unidouibtedy, persons Conversational Mef-.
oddo, but it certainly kicks keep. -his band famous hdd. Apply to Professor
up into some aHot riffs, at for some years to come. We Charles E. Stephen C/O Edi-
Stimes a thing Lombardo's only hope rtha- their stay is tor aHaiti SuS.
' ; ..i .
.. '.r" *
. ' 1
are accepted for things
S wanted or unwanted; arti-
cles for,sale; personal. ervi-
i-. ces; miscdllaneous items,
such as jobs.. wanted;houses
S. for rent; tutoring; traveling
F. mpanions; 'ideas for sale.
not accepted, advertise-
S ments of political. nature.
S' Rate 25c per isertion, ma
=M i mum of .5 words., ,
S USED AtJTOS FOR, SALE
; Dodge 4 door
S Mtor in good ..
General Appearance 0. K
Last Price cash 350 dollars.
:,- Contactf Haiti.- un-.
.Z'' 5 1948 Chev. 5 passengerr
A' coup, in excellent
condition, done 17.000
.. iles-.Ring. 7188, 7225.
I 149. Hudsorf 8;cylinders
.. .... good, condition .
perfect motr. ,Call 2242.
S- 1949 Buick convertible .
-. .in. A..condition ,
Contact 4a'iti Sung.
,. k* 1940w IOdge has been
well looked after. ,
fa.''- st price $800
.. .-pContact. Hati., Snw .
'. A' small house in-
'un.ii ). ,'
SApp!y ,Haid Sun .
MT..1FFICE. SPACE WANTED
Yro , h
.; ,.Person, wihes. 'to share
i. office has'.ow.n "equipment
Cotictat Haiti Sun. '
SI.SED: AUTOS WANTED
-.;L -'. ..,
Sm,.S car:. o good
A,"t" j t- a '
"' r -* reasonablee price.
'. Contact --cHaiti 'Sun"
..BUSINESS FOR SALE
S l -I.. ,, n
Person wishes to sell
I diamond ring., It has two
diamronds in gold Tiffany.,
,.. 'setting. -
,. /Please applyi v.aiti Sunz
S- FO SALE.
odk- 35mm .
: range ffnder '
and flash. '
S see Dan Alen
Brassirie de Ja Couronne. A
4L.' . ,
i W"- :. : :': ; ..,.. .
j '" ( : ',': ,. .v ; [ 'O .7
5 cent I
3 in the
6, 2. ht
NIGERIA'S VAST NOR-- THEN PBQROVINCE&
And his, eyes -- were the
ed:, 1913 A rwIas eyes o f a mystic.
Piece '.Lirty head Hp led us into his. study,
..... Buffal Re- -arather bizarre note,that
HATI SUN was, in the midst of.Kano:
HAITI it was like 'the office.of a
)USES FOR SALE date-Victorian business man
DjOR AGENCY -roll- t6n desk, horsehair
____ chairs and all. But as we
unfurnished modern sat there office fa4ed, I
,onc.rete. and stone, 6 could o9k only at 'the. man.
>n taTe ground floor, There, was something cur-
e basement. All con- ious about him, something
es. that.I felt, without knowing
*ge, luxurious,- mnasoff what 'it was, to' be signifi-
e. At 1dturdoi,'4 be cant. ,
2. garages, a c00o- He made a fiw remarks
es. Gunds '200 iby my friend translated, about
Lsqnalle offer.' '- s interest in Englaiid, the
?ge storied_.house on pleasure, it 'gave him -tb ha-
Ch"ristoplhe (Chemin ve a .visitor'from there, And
lesi); walled .about then le looked at me fr .a
rtage,,250 depth. All long time and said some-
ences. : thing: else. in quite' a djffe,
dern masonry home, rent tone, and my ,.friend
[ile, 3 Jlddroorns, all smiled. .AcEl Hassan says" he
6es,'large grounds', translated,, that you are ob
id'Angle house;, Pe- viously. a mal of' great in-
'Ch'ice. section. 100 ner happiness, and that4is
.; '- all that matters. in this\
louseIots Q' St. Mar- -world.., What could- I say?
rT I ," n .l .
-01. Vqe .ryrasontblik . .." ,
14 iTI SUN
d' frdm Page 10 ,
What I did say, was that I-
felt .the same was true of
him, which was lame en-
ough. But allat once I felt
that .I could see the north
more clearly, now.
,Unaer all. 'this 'striving
and misery, I0overty" .apd
prosperity, .ch.pe was am-
ong these people a search
for that thiug .a which .to
thpm was. more precious
than grain or gold: that in-
ne, happiness. That .is why
they seemed so calm, -wha-
tevir happened. that -was
why ..chaige meant so Jirtle'
to them. It made it all the
more remarkabfle'that, des-
pite this mood of abstraction'
'they'have accepted the need
lfor change and'lent their
harlds to. it. I remembered
the calm smile of the Sul-
tan, of r.Sokoto, who, no
4oubt, looked onu things wi-
.thin himself very much as
dia. El Hassan Dantata -
and. yt the sultan took thac
SMATiRAY; Nov. .25 '
at 6:00 p.m. and' at 8.15,p.m '
U M.NSTRE ROUGE
SUNDAY, Nov. .26. at 3.30.
p.m*. i tnw a i
7 "Various houselots "on.tlihe .. :. ,, o us
road. to Bouttiers. -Reasona-, rIT% r I i '-
tile.. DITORIAL -
S' 8 Houseon the'. Bdis Ver MODERN
na,'r ." MODERN
-na, for $B7,'- -.. \ .- ". .. BUILDING:
S TO YUY R -. regarding the recent inci asked and' more than the FOR POLICE
-'Masonry house e neade't-i- the Haitian, vendors buyer- had offered, and at,
Bois Verna or '". Champ de overcharging ,Ameridcin h'sal- a price thit each knows A Coinmision has been
MVars, for not ,more than otrs and. officers whoo visi ,'as the .right one' -in the frinrmed at the ~eneial Heid
,000 ." "- Port-au-Prince from time to first place. quarters of the, Army for
-' TO 'E time, these unfortunate si-' A case reported 'to the the study of 'a construction
TO .RENT- tuattio's do exist, b&t they 'HAITI SUN" Was. thai' of a project for a new building
anted: large furnish, do 9t symbolize the heart sailor beingchared'.$1.50 for die Police, Headquarters
houe W anted: Large furnished ths city, anymore than for a poifit of' 1-r This Commission, ,compris-
ho Car a high as the do in Miami,. Atlantic. Barbancourt. Rumr last "ig Major- Villedrouin, of
..r, furth- inot,. t City, and other AMerican week, by a street, vendor, Intdndence $Service of .the'
conarct e"r infomtton r .w'and most of -the over-char- Army, Lts. Bouchereau (En-
contact Rodor Trading Corpu resorts, who raise their pn going 'can be blamed upon gineer), and' Mdrcir, have
ration, 150. Randd Rue, Bon. cps considerably higher ,dd thi type 6f 'AMBULANT visited, the' present Head-
honmie building,' second ring TOURIST SEASONS, VENDOR,, 4s-most of the quarters with the object of
floor. to make up for the off sea Stores -'have, a' ,afix pri a' new building for .
Rom and board ( rm son,-loprice- tra(2 rde. ce. '. acquaiting ,themselves with
4d bath) with Amn6ria fa Most Americans, not ised '" the space problems. The
mfly -d gpd neighborhood tobargaining, do not un-...In order to avoid- these new building will agree
garddny A nca 'r-lderstand the system of pur situation, e might sug- with 'the most modern style,
cardin Anecani cooking, chasing in 'Haiti. When a gest that the various HAI- and will.,offer' great com-
. bl "s. ]vendor states a rice, he ex TIAN 'TOURIST BU- fort.ah parent will
,otact I.'I P ects. you to bargain' with REAUS get together and'ha have its.owii offices. There
_omact 1him, and' is even disappoip- ve some planphlets printed will be also a subterranean
CAR FOR 'SALE ted when yod don't. .The 'for distribution .at the docks shooting range.
..------- ] hardest thitg for mostAme when the' ships land. Better ...
A 1950 Chevrolet 4- door ricans is learn the business yet, a little .bapd,. with a ,-- -r-I
sedan $2,000. 'call 26,41 .or,- of 4hagglingn It embarras- WELCOME 'SIGN, and' "victims" of the inevitable
niigs or 5500 Evenings. ses then to keep -refusing to threqepiece, orchestra .; to pricee hagglingg. .
PERSON-AL 7 pay the, price asked.'Gene- greept all tourists andayy. : Haiti has .a tremendous,
-rally, it only igs a matter of ships upon their arrival,; fgtre, ard, the public and
Pedigree female Siaknese in the seller'e giving his price, and an attractive' HaItih' ,police should see that the-
miserable condition $12:00,the .'buyer saying cTOO ,.Bellev- *.: didpenqsei ahy,"/ nd1 situa:ions- and other simi
for cat, $013,:0. for pedigreee MUCH, With the result .all information 'to. these visi 'iar ones are. corrected here
can be redeemed, .y Loving that, the article will be sold tors at the docks, before they and now. r
car. Call Haiti Suii. less than the seller had ha'hed a chance to 'becdrnel End of Editorial
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