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'DIOR :V. ,' / .E :MAI y V
VOLUME 1. SUNDAY DEC. 10TH. 'No. 13
~~- PRESIDENT MAGLOIRE TAKES OFFI
A twenty-one gun salute A. i o c ,
.Wednesday morning aoun "...
Sced the commencementei of . '" ;
the solemn ceremonies, pad $ .. ... :"
the festivities, surrounding T
the formal induction. into of- 'i. -...v. wer '" "I
fice of President Paul 7E. 1Ma now inl v.
t loire. .""
Tuesday, the day before1 '.
atheinatiguratidn, of ethe Pre I
sident, the various s. diPs-
-.mts, of tle sp*ial delega--
-ttis, here td represent their-
-rspective counipies, at de
.. nguration,. presented .ry a
letters of credeinA,to the un6 "" s
.ta of 'the Government at
Pres'ationalPalace. That a
rttr .in representatimas fronn .p .
S. ... rb.inces and coain . i
.... .rTesitd General: o I e ...
v .and thember Coronel '
i Tvi4lt. (now Gqneral Le- u'.,.,,.' AV j,
vwelt) That evening a gr*up. 0 ,-" .. -
of "plomats foreign new..spa )-,, ,, t"
periben in the company ofA. F : .
Director of the office of the -
National Tourism, Jean ... .. y
.,Brierre and assistant 'Roger His Excellency President Paul B. Mageirv, .deit erimg hbs spech to the ""ian P.ople, d 'the cereon
Savain were reqived at 4e'of his indutiibn into office. "... '"- .
honte o %President Maglii- .-":
e.. The President offered I __ ..,. '- :-: /_
the Journalists. the- oportu- .
of askiLg him any..,t
ityim any the future Aibasiador to They accompaniedd the Pre the'Palace. J with pIeople, mai, 0.
question they whed. Among France, aind Colonel Levelt,' sident to the ,Salle des Bus At onein the afternoon, clistg, .andrin an ,Yjprte's .
Sthe iany questioners was member of the Junta of the tesn. n keeping With the Presiw ,western scene an un.-
Cande Barnet of the dovermeant atd now instal- denia DayPrograi Prsi- nown.cavalcade of hor
,Arssoc d -Ngro, Press, led as'Geneal, commander In that salon crowded deht Magloire, addressed. the galloped& Through thfikstr
.., ta h chief of the Army. fall of Dignitaries, the ir- Haitiati- People ovkr all ra- sho ing'cries 6 Vf veJ
sadWfied with the. direct an- After Taking the oath of pr'essive ceremony of the dios in the Republic. -The Presjenn Theee; A4j's
-wets of the Pesident. office and ,replying- to a transmission of power' from President on this occasion, vrators' from-all.. over he .8
nAt nin.e We '"tiesda omr speeh delivered by the the Junta of the Gpvern- once more pledged himself public, ete here 't '
tr ., e .President of the Senate M. ment to President of the Re to the fu'lfilment of his thier loyalty to Ptesldeif a
strensliied.WtVippwl F.o m b run a Twenty public Paul E. Magloire ,Plateform,. gldif 'e i -
Ci~.es se a a "'
nglife s ,re.d iet one gun salute was fired took place amid strict sile'
Ntion Pa ,T ere iti The assembled persona- ce and solemnity. Except for Following this speech the Thursday December tie
tl -,ipsee'b '.e tire Di ges accompanied the. Presi- the numerous flashes of ca- 'President nfade a tout(r 7th, 0t ziln& in the morning,
p "r r ehi'gh ..n dent to the Cathedral were eras and buzzing noise of the through the city and envi- President Magloire re
kig Officers :of the' Army a aTe Deum, was sung and movie camera at work. rons People dressed in theii- thevaous personages
lNaiy and. Airfoid,'rinipor- A sermon was, delivered by "sunday best lined the ted to the inaguaration.
tant' Govermenet ftniona-.r te A r chbishop of Pbrt-au- Amid cueers of approval streets in front of their fresh From'five to seven that s'
ribs, and Citiens, the new Prince his Excelledce Arch- the President after exchan- lv painted" homes and busi- me day the President
SPresidern, Colonel- Paul E. bishop Le Gouadze.After lea- .ing congratulatory hand nesses, displaying flags, ban- Madame Magloare
Mgloire was formally induc ving the ucrowdedn cathe- shakes, with members of the ners, signs pictures and co- hosts at a fashion ale ,i
ted iito office.' WtI" lhim at 'dral the President and party Friday, at ten o'clock lours of their new President den party), hC~i; o .e.,.
th time were General La- returned to the Palace to be President Magloir' installed At three thirty there ce lawn.
Svaud. 'President of the Jun- received by General Lavaud former Goverr ,ent, and s a a r a de of. .
S of the Government, and Colonel Level. personage s near a c hand left floats, trucks and cais filled' (Continued on Page 11)
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PAGE 2 HAITI SUN' SUNDAY DUC. 10TH.
AROUND THE WORLD T WEEK o '
J7 giires are yet to be publis- ficer of the institute.
TOICYO Thousands of NEWT ZEALAND UF j gli Michael R. Silvay, wh
Chinese troops poured TO SAIL FOR KOR 14 directingng the Ecuadoran has been in Caracas for th
through the Pyongyang area ".cesus is Luis Lopez Munoz past five months as adminis
by train, truck d oxcrt W New Who with' eleven other tech- trative officer of the institute
Saturday for a- nf'ew massi Zealad' voluteer field ar nicians. from Ecuador spent te's heath and sanitation dit
Fy ve assault which Koreans: ex tillery regiment. of about" a year at, the U. S. census bu vision, made his comments'
IF 'E pect will overrun. Seoul. 1.1q00-inen will sail for tgo- reau. to reporters here, enroute to
jFLY f Other massing Chinese .rea 'Sundayj as planned, des- U. S. Government census an IIAA conference in Mexi7
shock troops closed in wihinpite dete'ioratibn of the mil- expert shave .also been wor- co' City.
'MON-STOP 10 miles of Hamhung, keys- itary situation there, rime ki g in' Ecuador under the The institute of Inter-A-
tone of the east coast Dun- MiniSter Sidney Holland point four program of tech merican Affairs has been as-,
TOO jkerque beachhead toward said Friday. nical assistance. They noted sisting in the construction
which 20.000 United States that president galo plaza of aqueducts or inland to-
M Marines and infantrymen EDUARDOS CENSUS has h e en a an en- wns" of Venezuela with po-
are inching through' a Corn- INTERESTS U. S. thusiastic supporter" of the pulations under 5000, Sil-
- munist gandet under a secu Ecuadoran Census. vay Said. The IIAA is a U-
....,. .. rity blackout. Washington United VENEZUELA united States Government:A
aboard extr-comfort Field and headquartersre States census officials are1 HEALTH PROJECTS corporation which coop6ra- .
ports indicated that a Chi- watching with interests press show fine civie spirit, tes with Latin American N*-."
nese army estimated by Gen reports of the beginning of U. S. official Says Economies. .
Douglas Mac-Arthur at po- Ecuador's first population Washingtoh Venezue- Silvay Said the oficina coL
service-S-.d^dys tentially 1.000.000. men is census a step toward the la has Given "Magnificent op6rativa Inter- Americana,
an.tfridays.(' moving up to try to -swing nisphere-wide census in his cooperation to the insttu- a division of the Venezue-
c.mxjjjdays.ooperation, to the institu- via
knockout punches at the U- completion of the first he- te of. Inter-American affairs Ilan health Ministry which
united States 8th 'Army in tory. in the -setting up of a rural has -been working with'.
the west and he united States Officials said here today water supply system in that IIAA on the project, lias
10th Corps in the east, that "the tabulation of hu- county, according to an of- tions in building up their
mian resources in ecuador is -
Washington President of particular importance to ,
Truman and British Prime thar Nationus attempt to
ONE WAY Minister Cemet Attlee said raise its standard of living," r -
Friday they are ready to talk they pointed- out that before qdl
-$ 75, peace with the Chinese Corn- a nation can make a concen
.. nmunists but that they will ne- treated effort to improve its
PLUS TRAIPn ver surrender to agres- health, Education and- Eco- ,MYB/KE MY FUR U/IRE MY CAR p
1. U D Tkr sion in the\Far East or' any- nomy it must first get facts
where else. on its popularibn. / i
133 00In a 2.000-word commu- By theend of November,
ws TA17'' - 1-1 1f A I
-AD a.oblKe to AMma'dire
br s.-ervices via Kingston,\
l1flt.go Bay, and Qgangu.y
4 Way $ 64L001
I T 's
S, PS T.X
SO Way $ 82.00)
$ PLUS TAX
i rvigce owl .-
Windays, and Samw
.a- Crppoc* CV-24ft
: .a n "d .
i MA offers #me*
PAA I-ke d '.
'b*Yow tpwnwd mavelsrs'
oar po -
'or- F", I2C.
, cSL rqa j
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. :"As ae o. pro ,
unique on their five days of I1apprxima.Ue I .i uwr sU ne
historic 'netings. her, the rican Republics wdre sche
r chiefs- o uhx wId's "tJ du led ip compete figu
sngsdem rcsn ad res compiled ontheir popu-
st.rongest dem ocracies .said. a' t o. h t, ds s sche -
-There can be no throught lations.The sk is sched
of appeasement or reading led be fnished in All the
aggression, whether in the first tubye there will be
Far East or elsewhere". thefirst time there will be
They also, in effect, invi- available comparable .social
ted Russia and Red China to and economic data concer-
change their. ways so. that ning the estiihated 300 mil-
other nations will not be lion inhabitants of North,
forced to go forward with Cenral and South America.
wartime armament plans The U. S. census was be-
and instead could -look for-I gun last April and Final fi-
ward to peace. (continued on page 11)
-The war stood still on
the western front, where the
8th Army snatched a shaky .f -.-----
foothold below Pyongyang. r---
The lull bore all' the ear- I a|1U Upt"
marks of the uneasy quiet U
before the shattering Chi- L--
n rese counter-offensive two
weeks ago. C'est pourquoi -
Signs sprang up every-
where that the Chinese are 8HS IB monde enter, de
building front line armies,
supplies and equipment for tli3ageS Sont tranSport
another attack. HrUS lSOn ar q
The two leaders said they )I" lords Goodyear ql
are ready "to seek an end to 'S pneus de toute auri
the hostilities in Korea
,by means of negotiation," rendements obsevs depids
GIn the circumstances L' ds annees prouvent que les
which confront us through- neus poids lourds Goodvear sont
out the world, our a ns aune quality incomparable pour
out the world, our nations I'endurance et le rendement
have no other choice but to kilomftrique d'une remarquable
devote themselves with all economic. Pour un maximum
devote themselves with all d'avantages- achetez des pneus
,vigor to building up of our poids lourds Goodyearl
defense forces", they said.
ScWe shall do this purely as l
a defensive measure". I
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SUNDAY DEC. 10th.
CONSULT BEFORE TRAVELLING
F.;'1S eFOR '
Lake Success A new al-
location of $ 840.066( has.
bveei tiade for Health and
Welfare Wbk in Latip A-
niericf by the Ex6cutive
JBoard of the United itis
Interiational ldren E-
Among other new alloca-
tions approved by the board
was.$ 500.000 for aidf to
children in Korea. Other
countries sharing in the new
allocations of nearly $ 3 mil
lion were Germany, Greece,
Israel and Yugoslavia.
The, money, for Latin Ame
rca. will be placed in the re
serve fund for that area. U-
NICEF uses funds for Latin
America to combat Child-
hood diseases, as well as. tu
berculosis, Malaria, and
Yaws. Child health.-. clinics
are equipped and in some
areas cod Liver oil is sup-
plied to children.
Another large sum -
$ 5 o6,000 went to drou- .
ght-steiken Yugoslavia. to
help feed more than a mil-
lion Mothers and children
there in 1951. Greece was
allocated $ 1ig5.000 for
child feeding, and $ 17.000
,, :. was allocated to Israel
'. rice and feeding program
T',. en.ziuela Mission representing thek Govern meant at the inaugural ceremonies of his excellencey While $ 25.000 was a
-PesJ. ;,u E. Magloire From Left to right, Dr. Jai me' Marti Corlido, Special. Ambassador Ceteno Arra- cated to Germany for aid
Sch,' ese nt.n .Colfsel Jose Salvador Carillo, Ambassador to Haiti General Lopes Centano, Maor Mrus handicapped children,'
M orb^C4,tan Lo her Blanco, and secretary of the Embassy Enrique Leon. unused previous allocate
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Banks open at 9 a. m. and
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Post Office opens at .8.a,
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Page 6 HAITI SUN ,
C THE INTREPID MARINER
Christopher Columbu, !'a on October 12, is the oldest very of America, has been
C'cd in Haitr the 6th c.. De- of" America's national holi- esconced in the NATIONAL
cember 1492, on the shores days. There is a statue of the MUSEU3 OF HAITI, the ,
t of a magnificent bay which Genoese s* ailor on Fifty- tiny but picturesque ,buil-
he christened BAY OF ninth Street in New-York ding situated in back of the
SSAIlNT NICOLAS. in"honor City, to which the people of Presidential Palace in Port- .
W of the Catholic Saint of the that -city make an annual pil au-Prince and has. been tern
same name, whose Saint's grimage to gaze upon the li- porarily loaned out to the .
Day it was. The natives he keness of the mariner who City of Genoa by Prof. Luc
found there were of .a top- discovered America. Dorsinville, Curator of the
Super or yellowvred color, National Museum, so that
who told him that HAITI Italy also celebrates Chris- the Genovans may better
... was the name of their island. topher's great part in the his honor during their Exposi-
f Columbus ,gave the is- tory 6f exploration. Once a tion this vy.ar the consider /V
t. land the name of HISPA- year, the city of Genoa hn- ble part played by Italians
SNIOLA; which means small locks the door of the tiny in the history af explora-
Spain. A. long time after the home (exactly 15 weet wide tion.
Spanish settled in Haiti, the in which Christopher lived,
French changed the name but this year, we suspect, Haiti has been proud of- -
to- SAINT DOMINGUE or the celebration will be bri- Columbus and his anchor
REINE DES ANTILLES ghfer than ever, 'as the Geno- for many years now,and we' 'A
"(Queen of the Antilles). The vans will be able for the like to thin that he isrea- BRASSE
( word HAITI means moun- first time to look upon the sonably proud of the little is- .BRA E
tainous country, and this na anchor off Columbus' ship land and, its people who 'ha-
.' me was resumed as the na- the ,SANTA MARIA,'.This ve taken such good care of
': me of the country whenthe anchor, which struck a sand- his anchor, even though ,
Haitians proclaimed their bar near a beach in the their ancestors came from'
independence ..from France northern part of Hiti in De other ports than Genoa.
S .d804 'cmber,1492, the only souvel KE
Columbus Day, celebrated'. r left of Columbus disco- by PLinda THOMAS
:,' 'CARIBBEAN TO MID-CENTURY',,
SLUCONFERENCE TOPIC ,
Gaiesville, Florida climaxed Thursday evening Library of Congress, agd
Promihetit' Educators.: and by an,address. ,on nter-A Silvio al Museo Naio-
Writers: foi M'exicoj Cen. merican -relatons a Mid- ial,. la,- e o -
S.tral and! South AAmerica jo- Centuryn by Edward 'G., cussed, a-bl.an i.l-
l~rtned ,vith nited States Stu- MjllerzU., S. Assistant. Secre- (grapnv^h an
-important Exchange of views rican Affaires of Mexico,. respectively., -,
Sont'-rh-: Caribbean Regiod at "
.o th aibbean Regio at Friday's program. included I Jorge Manach, former.
"-t ihe :Large Conferen- discussions on Economic,, So Secretary- of Public Instruc-
e on the, Caribbeap at Mid- cial, Political and Historical tion in Cuba and former Cu-
SaCentur the December of Florida problems characteristic of ban Senator, who is Now a
at the Unversty of Flor he Caribbean Region. Ra- visiting Professor at, Coloum
SGainesri ,Fla. the ,Unil mon Colon Torres, 'Comnuis bia University., presided at a
t; ersitye's .' Gaduate.' School sioner of Agriculture of Puer Panel discussion qn aLangua-
of InteAmercan Stdof es to Rico spoke the opening ge and Literature of- the Ca-
a:d4 icn institute of Inter-A- day 'on Programming for ribbean Arera. ,
:m.ican Affairs -are to-spon- the Utilliation of Agricultu- Special exhibits on Latin NEXT TO
so of the. conference. 'al resources in Puerto Rico American Art and LiteratUre
S, The. ree ..d, sessions German Arciniegas, Colom- we'e: shown throughout the
Sas held. onthecollege bian Author and former Mi- conferente2
acre campus, fea nister of Education, discu-
/" adess bY' d..inguished ,
.i hdresit by o"e. rn Issed "Magic in the Caribbe- SATISFACTION
a. uthorit s a1n9 d Governmen-
-- an'. I -l6st of us could be satis-
. tal represetatives. Fernando Ortiz .Habana. fied with very little,, if it
k'.' The, C6' 4 started Editor discussed "Las Cultu- were enough to make others
J., Thurscfae D.eaber 4, with ras Negras En Cuba.* Harry envious.
,': these maj6i" dicusition sub- F. Guggenheim former U. S
i.jects s'IftetftWfHft. day : Ambasador to Cuba spoke THAT AGE
i: Agricultural' problems of on aHemisphere Integration Late middle 'age is that
Sthe Caribbean area,,, lan- Now,, on the closing day. period' when it takes you
|.' guage and literature of the Lewis Hanke, ,Director of half as long to get tired and
7. Caribbehn area', and was the Hispanic Foundation, twice as long to rest.
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SUN LIBRARY n the rock walls of caves in don to the whole. Low woo- ted in the Champ de Ma
Haiti were carved long ago den chairs and stoolsPort-au-Prionz fie, y a ear-
ON RUM corations that constitute a wrought fantastically, the en listic, bronz e figure, the em
NOTES ON A DRUM primitive sign of man's ins- tire human figure someti- bodiment -of valor and self.
tinc to createakes whforms of art. rpes constituting. the chair or confidence. Alexandre P6-
n G emala redevelopment of this na stool, gave extension to the tion, first president after the
iravel were dumping ea w ie tos-rural tendency has always Tainos' art. reign of King' Christophe, is
By Joseph Henry Jackson ton Harbor and remains un- been stimulated by environ France, he honored of Christophe,
changed today, one of the meqtt. But talents separately Seers from France, the honored also n the capital
S. h'r- of' world's most perfect relics have often matured despite Netherlands, and England with a monument that de-
Mext Jil erladie, ete: ~o the glory of Colonial all outer pull and opposition arrived in the seventeenth pcts a female flag i
S** Spin. The rock-wall carvings century, and toward its end trait approaching e a p. ssi
lnmensejttrurest and "'engraved drawings" mo- western parts of the island trat bus of the progress,
-colorful, primitive yet.read- Fromte pagan ritualsrenearly.describes them passed to Frace by treatyberal statesman
ily accessible to the visitor, and the echola of drums in parallelograms filled with.lThe kind of liberty that1 Edmond Laforesirie, Haiti's
Guaiemala. is already begin- the hills, to the shouts of Ca- Greek frets and like designs Frenchmen sought in 1789, second prodigy, laureate of
ext-door neighborompete Mexi hbt coastal ports. Mr. Jack- ifestaon energized from and the following yehr inde- winner of the Prix de .Rome
co. as a tourist country son misses none of the a-'wthiih. And today Haitian I penrdance was proclaimed also found sustenance for the
In the informal, easy fas- bounding life and incredible art is still enriched through Descendants of men and wo spirit aqnid early lacknof ex- -
hion of his "Mexican Inter- color of Guatemala in this ,spontaneous revelation, men brought, from Africa eternal incentive. His works,'
a fte r d ion t at w o ue o fvelthen w h ic h -e n bra c e d e sig n s f or.
luden, Joseph Henry Jack- book which is both a, travel-i The island which 'Colum- after disappearance, of the which-embrace designs for -
son new--covers this ,Swit narrative that the, visitor busdaiscovered in December dia New World republic- of the coinsfrom 1880 to 1882, eoun-
zerland of the Americas-- may follow 'near-by land 1492 was named Espanolt a New World h pos la-a e a te through 1880 to 1882, expo
its high mountain villages for the armchair escapolo- by the Spaniards;. natives at only one whose language and tend through genre,-portrai-
with their strangely constu- gist. the timd called it Haiti, be- culture are French. ture, and idealistic expres-
r med Indian descendants of case of' its mountains, and Many situations that obs- sion.' Le Reverie, an im-
thite Maya-Quich6 Apeople The book is illustrated previously, it had been known' tructed the peoples endeavor pressionistic, delicate rend -
that Don Pedro de Alvar.do with sixty-four, beautiful as Ququeira meaning to build a systematic social ton of a mood in marble, ;
s _qnquered, its volcanoes, full-page photographs taken a custom after i- order created, .unfavorable which was exhibited in Chi-,:
-. b a n t b y a u t h o t,, ..m el a n i rn g . .. ..o b i ,,ld ae a ti c s o c ia o w a s m o o i b i ted i n m a r b l',;
coffee-plan(ations,, banana- by the author. and an end-'itted ; g.the .ossoming.f cag, and. acquired f.. :,
'farms; its tropical rivers, paper map by- Chhirles QSTan : no ,ial -a4 at Na-~ina l
.. markets and jungle-buried Owens ... twentieth Hicen sp Hani i i ced tional he- Pritri is cosid d "hi i:
STuns; it modern neon-Ugh- I t the ccetd' def- o ..a me rthy of ho nest work '
-t. d Capital andthe et O a A LA CA-gna on . n t- -..tebt and Steadily Haitian. scult A .
whcih was wreed y earth .AVELLE Price $3.50 wenteh centuries were re. attained- higher- le.'
Search Conquistadors took back Ipopular *subject matter for' excellence Ia-Normi ,,. ...
to. Spain qqantities-of fig sculp.tFe: '\ les t claims one .clle .
rines made of precious me- The lide 6f Tos .mt L'O-renu'cratics.,,. c a10 .a.
PFETS' CORNER ?tal, and memories, of strain qver.e, amos eafy ,-.i'Raous Negro", whoo a'
l ge-lookingOR arEiftts The ot, wh'o bs 'li ,ky 'eadeirs racted .extraoiali' ';
PERTELOT E, SPEAKS .liett tgoden images had made himn. a dominant figu-. He,too; followed :i-vtion
S All chickens came home to roost,, they say.. been fashioned of i nuggets ire,,impelled Jaym6 Guill.iod when there was little rfo ,
At such' simple fare I balk. I' found on shallow river beds apparently the earliest sculp- him to communicate miny i .
I want fine feathers; I want fair words and beaten into shape. Tai- tor of Haiti, to carve from pathy with -mind and-.spii
And the handsomest cock of the alk !' nan gods were numerous, granite 4 statue .of his vene for through the Haitia4ih .
and the' 'representing sym'- rated ellow countryman. among .them many, ,you -
I'm preening myself ihe best I know how ; bols cut in wood and stone Facts concerning ,the artists- people with song Behyitfr' .
The two birds in the bush do look grand took many forms. There we- career have been meagerly arts '--- music anid 1literitu c
At a distance for sure they outshine and re stone figures woro onthe recorded, but .this work gai in particular'- sculpture..
.' -Oui class tue pen-weary bird in my hand. forehead, as good-luck I ned sufficient renown to was still a rare and formida
]charms, in battle. An unu. be reproduced and -commen- ble 'undertaking.' His excep-
.1 Zuleika Bradford Haight .. sual group, that of the magi- ted on' in the April 20' 1852 tionally' great gift won' re-,
CHR I foPr dcal "three-pointed stones,, issue of tL illustration in cognition, and at the age- of'
CHRISTOPHER comprising small objects France. ..thirtythree he was sent to
(1492 1950) whose curved sides, between That primary human ins. France as protege of the' go-
Four centuries since you left these two opposing .points on a tinct which.urges man to at- vernment. In 1910 his sta- "
Haitian shores, .'flat base, tapered conelike range lines and dots into pat rue of 'Dessalnnes drew
Have no fear, intrepid ,Mariner. t
Have no fear, intrepid Mariner upward, t6 a third' point, terns' and-"draw images offa gratifying attention at, the
We shall remember -: this twelfth forming a front and back ; miliar things, was ma Universal Exposition, Bru-
^- day of December bizarre .htnman faces peered field" in ,Guiliil., a hendi'd- ssels, and there won for the
.. I from 'these stone "zemis,,, fold His coufltry, possessed second time a medal of ho-
S You gave us passport -ound the globe, ldwel'line places of the spi- no school for training, no nor; two- years later it was
S Transmuted aliens into friends. rits,n which, it is thought sculntr's studio whee. he exhibited in Washingto.
a- Your anchor the "Santa Marian served in rites as mediators could learh, .and' little car- His a'erty, wfigh itts
1-.^ Luc Dorsinville in the Museum tends. with benign forces of natu- vinh, that would serve as ins a personal.courage and. .ar '
T i I a y re to an agricultural end. A piration. With notig rIA- dent patriotism, has reco
This little Isle salutes you, r c common house-hold im.ple- trial "o incite his d"sit'e for ded hi name high on the
.Take your place ement, the pestle, used in. grin a career in art. he yet drea- roi of distinguished n4a'v-." "
The most revered of explorers .ding foods, became a thing med and somehow reached sons.
A y r rof artistic interest when pro his goal "-ornminent today is A ..
An 'of yTour ts rom a Haitian Hilltop) portions had been determi- Jean Jacqaes Dessalines, Emr' Lafoatant, acknowledged
(From Thougts From a Haitian Hilop) nd and th handle carved pero~n of Haiti for two. t- Master- r 6od ca-vine ..
by Linda iThomas. with nice feeling for its rela- miltuous years, is represent' (Con.inuted oni Page 11)
PLACES TO EAT
SPACES FOR FUN
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BEGINNING FRIDAY DECEMBER 1)ST AND EVERY FRIDAY tND
TUESDAY THEREAFTER YOU CAN DINE AND DANCE to the MUSIC of TH
IBO LELE ORCHESTRA
FROM 7: 30 to 11 p. m.
FOR ANY FURTHER INFORMATION CALL ,HOTEL IBO LELE.PETIONVILL
OUR SODA FOUNTAIN
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.DEC IOUS DRINKS, MALES
SAND ICE CREAM
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YET' ONLY 5 ,LEISURELY MINUTES #ROM TOWN
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REMEMBER COCKTAILSIN -COOL KENSCOFFp..
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CHAMP DE MARS
=NOBBE -- BONDELS',
(Exposition Grounds) ,
SI and Sandwich
(American Style Grocery)
Rue Pavee 2 .blocks
rom the Grand' Rue
SUNDAY DEC. 10th.
ytlaicepsr uos .
SUNDAY DEC 10th.
S. Annabelle and son Ni- which Andrp.Blapchard has ,
Scolas were thrilled at been coinplnmetd. tosetfasa gIt's ad l
p" ospectof.a sea voyage,%u Afekorihy of th thpig del ,-
mentioned that they were Mars and the Capita.
Ssiid at leaving their many- The announcement of the .
friends and the Island. engagement of Claude Fa- -
Haiti's ambassador to Ve-lbius of the Bank of Canada
nezuela, Colonel Roche I. to Miss Mireille Laguerre thl "ic
Laroche, and his charming' Saturday night at the home absitl Chael
"daughter returned to this Ci- was made at a party held gi3,~gy Mfas at ,830 a. '.
S" ty last week to attend the of Mr. and Mrs. Laguerre. sermon Eng is.
a. -,-, Presidential Inauguraion cer' Engaged to be married, sar oda
Off last Thursda. to U.S. qLa Belle Creple has a. new monies. . .are John Beauyojr and Miss at 46- a.
,on a three months vacation looks that displays, comple-V a pouri g'. fs sou ba- Miss Rene Bouchdreau. atdra Siundl"a
was Miss .Marie Therese te lines' of xmas Toys, To be.marietl early tis 5 8:3 0a..
Stepheason'.f.this city. The Cads and, gift wrappings, Rotten teeth gei the better ioh at thea. Sacreucoe r ut Ge ar e~ar
charming Miss Stephenson Tree decorations, and beau- of ripe banana Church Turgeau are Joe y
will stay with her Aunt in tiful gifts that will delight Abisi6 tu, t Anson, oi Miss Paulete Stean Bosco S
New Ybrk City. eadh member of the family. Ambition kills the ra Hoggarth. ass-at 9 m. '.
Mr Samuel J. Roker told Juroumo. pa jAm ,n .-Popular Jean Verna and -hapel on. he
d ne riuroumouiPagjam is -oag' Cht.apel on... the Egp .it
your reporter, that his daugh Cabane. Choucounne o- kalbas char.rig eiss -olage .t- grounds Mass at .
ter, Hugeuee, "born on ned het doors this week, so mkin never ield heartsill. be-tarriedat the .
Thurs4 16th of Novem- as the .vvisitig delegates caiaso h y a Sacre,~oeur at 7 a. m. De- s -.-. .
ber, is already showing might relax ahd enjoy,, the -ceber.21st. ly Trinity the .
signs of the grace and beau sweet, sometimes hot, some- .Te !Students' Club .has _- Suz'd ,yass -at 4 i
ty, that one day, will crown times riot,. but always good uist renewed its managing repch
her 4iisf Hr tis. -to bear and delightful to Commiittee.. Theh, new Corn- T.YS..T'S T-YS. 7:30--Eng]ish
_dance to, Jamaica's own, I mitree is as. follows :-Messrs .TOYSTOYS-TOYS 7a:30 French "K.
To Xmas at home in the Eric Dean .bind. These boys Fritz L.espinasse, -President Daily asp 6 a. m. F'en. h
U. S. id go, Friday after- that really know how; when Larousse. Plerre, Secretary, Santa lais, arrived this week iph any Chapel .
oon, popular manager ,of jit comes to putting over a tu Justin Colas,. Treasury, I 'Sunday Masses '
the Frestoe Store m ths ne, entertained from the Frangois M6vs and Marc and left a large assortment 8 a. m. in Freh "
City, Mr. Vic Lamson. He grandstand on .the Champ Pea..Advisers. -
expects to return the begi- de Mars, The Presidential i- Mr.& Mme.Luc Chancy. cake, of TOYS at Other r liLouS b '
ning of next year. inauguration day ..dwds of pleasure of announcing The SOUVj ,IR SHOP Oe i ..e.ligosb.-
Y gaywe with the t sands I The SOUVENIR SHOP.,..,. ;. 9, .
es a gay week with the thousands; and also radio lis marriage of. their daughter ..orices d services .
invited diplomatic delega- teners on every -station. The Deliise to Mr. Adrien Caste- PAQI & GATIN -dlcontact the
tions from thirty-four coun- beachcomber, wishes them -r fis tq take place at' the PAQUIN &G AETN conta
tries all looking very daper fat n ents, t. hopes acre Coeur Church at. Tur- Rue du Qu9. .:. Haiti Sun' P. Bx iff"
smart, nd a Lt Col. from that they. wvll drdp back g4uttu'efsi dPa y 4E.3 e "o*- . .... .. : .. .. ":" .".
Venezuir looking excee- next yen and s awhile, 19.st 6.30- '. .. .. '... .-
ne xt eare no te y, t e o l ilen a- t Ric -a, C u_ D en r E
dingy sharp, all in the. uni- '.Thisn'. aet : Aei :edw
form, or -dm of. t eir res- ,but tlp .eacb,,e o- wj, .. p*.-oKresj ...
pective countries jects.; .-ijfCjis.ti thj.folwIn. i4 'ipr ., ,v..,..---'..
history of Haiti, a ,depart- hit the i city of lite: Drivers guralon cermoe s oD .. .ioPre- S 1 H
meant store,, has been corn-, seem to hav e a ,bee in the sident Paul' E. Ma'oi2re i E n ,En
pJetey edecoratedformasbonearound thlse they more Sjust gland, Fae Gum at. Bolia, C I-
Thi; department Istore.khe plaini teep. thie taxi .dri- nada.,Chili, Colombia, Cos- .
verS are not, the only pietia- ta Rica, Culia Denmark, El. .
ce, people are ohiee again Salvador, the, United States ,
speeding' on the Petionville of America, the United Sta- "
road, the policeman is not tes of Venezuela,-, -Ecuador,
around the corner -adymore, Spain, France, Guatemala, I- "
the Saturday night before taly. Liberia, Norway, Nica- :-
last four accidents were re- ragua. Order of Malta, Pa-
ported, a number of sneak nama, Paraguay, Low Coun
I raids on the fenders a"d lug tries, Peru, Dominican Re-
gage compartments of par- public, the Holy Sea, Swe- V.
ked' autos was alsb reported. den, Uruguay. "
Please stop it. Andre Blanchard inaugui-
Port-au-Piince after a long rated Saturday evening, his
spell has once again gone new "Cafe Rex.. He gathe-
gaily formal. Senators, De- red upon this, happy occa-
puties, important Govern- sion, from 6:00 to 8:00,Q p.
0, M 0. A ment functionaries, entire m. friends and habitues -of:
Diplomatic corps and ho- his cafe and a grand time
noured citizens, spent the was reported to be had ,by all
I- wininld inerst wc week in cTails and Top The distinguished owner
el-windin wrist Vac Hat., had great joy in having a,-
stheOmegaAutomaicthins The .Opper family sail mong his guets His Excel-
'for you It winds itself with each from Port,'this .week for lency President Paul E. Ma- /
arm movement and stores up a Europe. Mr.. Oppet who was gloire and their Excellencies
running reserve of 36 hours. 17 down here for over a year Brigadier General Franck
jewels-non magneticandshock. with UNESCO, told your Lavaud and General Antoi-
proof, it is 'ar mbre accurate than
ordinary.watches because the Maritime reporter that after ne Levelt. We compliment
mainspring tension is constant spending a vacation in En- Andre Blanchard onthe equi pro w,
gland Switzerland and Fran pment of his new "Rex Ca- At d f .. "
ce he hopes to return to the fe,,. Magnificent bar room, J...s'0r
Island ,of Mauritius. Daugh- spacious hall and tables and
tables and chairs of modern u--am.t, mln at
ALT make that is the enjoyment .
all comforts, splendid ligh-
____se o_ L~s_s____ of the scenery al ofrs peddlg-provided with BRASSERIE DEs LAA COURONNE.
ring, conditioned air, etc. A q A.
real note of progress for
P ...d-a 'o. -i
'Page 10 HAITI SUN SUNDAY DEC. 10th.
JAMAICA- ANOTHER PEARL OF THE CARIBBEAN
By Linda Thomas
I "HAITI SUN" Reporter
Jamaica is almost as full old buildings that make up |ocos, and ricey cocd, made sonal mention of the char- Dear Editor,.
of contrasts as Haiti. Stan- ,Shaw Park Hotel,. This with cinnamon and brown ming Lady Allan and Sir I always wanted to rite a
ding in the airport, you gaze stop-over should be a must sugar. Insist also on being Harold Allan Minister .of Fi letter to a paper but figured I
across the harbor eo the tall- before you start back on the served Soursop (Curasoa) ice nance; Mr. Dadlani, owner caint spell. Yore paper don't
est mountain range in the 60 mile scenic drive to cream the most delicious of several stores in spell either so thogt Id try.
West Indies. The next day, Kingston, as .you pass thing in the West Indies. Kingston, and the only In- Im a retired cowboy from
after .a refreshing swin in through the famous aFern If you have time, try to dian store in Port-au-Prin- Texas. What makes the beef
the tiled salt water pool of Gully,, cool and lush with visit aMontego Bay,, a ce, the, capable editor of so skinny and pore looking
the Myrtle Bank Hotel, you its exotic foliage, and damp quaint tourist resort, with -The Daily Gleanern, Kipgs here when theys so much
leave the quaint charm of greeness. ilts world famed Doctor's ton's leading newspaper es- to eat. With everything elso
Kingston for the fresh deli- Back once again in the Cave White Sands Beach, rablished in 1834; Mr. and terned around here caint fi-
ghts of the ,Jamaican coun- lobby of the Myrtle Bank and the phosphorescent Fal- Mrs. F. A. Robertson, Tou-. gut how the burros know
tryside. Then comes the win Hotel, after a delightful day mouth Harbor, some miles rist Trade Commissioner which end to put to the rain.
ding climb up Mount Diablo with the gracious help of further on. and parents of our efficient Thanks
until you come to the pea- Miss Pamela Robertson, For a list of the better ho- guide Pamela; and Dr. Coo- T Sagebrush Sam
S ceful m1unitain village of beautiful and charming tels, the Jamaican Trade Comi per, well-known osteopath
Monteague.Leaving the town 'daughter of Jamaica's Tou missioner will be glad to of Montego Bay, whose de-
ou slip dqwn once against Trade Commissioner, f sh any ad all informa- vastating wit brightened out Dear Sir :
to the sea, nd now comes we settle down to a refres- tion upon request, but for whole visit there. I have .now been in
the road ,that leads to glo- thing Rum Punch, before those who want a quiet vaca Now it has come time to Port au-Prince for three
r_: rious ((Towern Isle Hotela, e who want a quiet vaca
ous Towersle riton starting out for a round of on and with not too much say farewell to our lovely weeks and have enjoyed fin-
SKingston's night clubs. to spend, there are Pamela. and Jamaica, and ding your English langua-
the beach, a compete-se d-Don't miss the Glass Buc- various guest houses, inclu- It will be with many. regrets ge newspaper... something I
contained resort own and' ke,where you can order a ding aAbe Court in that you board the plane could understand !
ming Abe Issa. savory .lqot-pot",. blending Kingston, and aClifton that is waiting to take you Perhaps you can help
t ming Abe Issa. every conceivable ingredient Houses, in Montego Bay, o- away, but it will be with a me to understand the taxi sys
Nestling short ways. r ice trui t thetax
.fro Ne r I ,on o lobster rice, fruit, meat, operated by Mr. and Mrs.I promise that soon you will tern here. I have paid three
of a hill surrounded by e and spcies galore. Alan Rowe.' come back to Jamaica, and different prices to arrive at
quisite landscaped gardens Jamaican cooking is origi Among the interesting to ,a thing of beauty that the same destination. The
with a magnificent view.,tf nal and delicious. Try coco- personalities met in Jamaica is a joy forever., fares ranging from twenty
the sea, are the charming nu* soup, turtle pie, stuffed we should like to make per TRUMAN ASKS cents to $ 1.50 naturally ha-
r $ 4 MILLION FOR ye me confused if riot plain
.PAN-AMERICAN angry. What is the answer
HIGHWAY and how does one find out?.
WHERE ARE WE ALL GOING? "Washigton President I have been told n e,
E-.. .Truman has asked congress to engage taxi without
tTO SEE THE NEW 1951 STUDEBAKER! to provide $ 4 million for first agreeing on a rate. I
further construction work on find that my asking the pri-
Sthe Pan-American High ce. f the fare is only a signal
,ay. for some-tall and fancy fi-
-. The money *rould be nMa- during. I don't mind spen-
de available under ai n over- ding my money on vacation,
"all supplemental appropria- but I don't mind saying I
W ; tion request of $ 80.535.000 want my money's worth. I
which Truman transmitted to know that Americans are no-
congress today for the fiscal torious suckers, but the time
year 1951. expensive plane fare is paid
7 The funds would be used to this little island from the
according to a White House Middle West of thie main-
statement, ((For continuing land, a hole has already been
the survey ,and construction, made in the pocketbook. To
I of the highway in coopera- have to haggle then over
tion with the ReIublics of such things a Taxi fares is
Costa Rica, El Salvador, Gua annoying and' disgusting
.- temala, Honduras, Nicaragua and disgusting and tends to
and Panama. spoil an otherwise beautiful
",These additional fuqds trip.
will provide for a limited We came to Haiti for a
construction program in each good time. Out of several
IRA country, with special empha hundred lovely places to go
sis upon the elimination of we chose this little island. I
impassable gaps,,, the state- thing the natives should ap-
ment said. It added that the preciate that act and do a
GUY BARREYRE estimate was' submitted at Jittle something to make us
this time in brder to make feel welcome and wanted
V DISTRIBUTOR funds available (During here.
I14 RUE DANTES DESTOUCHES PHONE 3394 the dry season, which ends Sincerely yours,
114 RUE______________in Mayn. ,,Tourist"
OPENING DEC 18 CHAMP DE MARS
MAKE APPOINTMENTS NOW Tel. 5407
SUNDAY DEC. 10TH:'. ,HAITI SUN. Page 11
(continued from page 2) (Contind frm page 1) A l Iu
built more than 71 water Colonel Levelk as Comman- AMOU
iiBB ^supply systems "which give der-in-chief of the Army and .
better water to a population at the same time promoted
of over 350.000. him to the rank of Brigr-. Program Wveek December Z
SIn our Venezuelan pro- dier General. Military Atta- 10 to 17 th 1950
I ject,, Silvay Said, awe have ches, and Officers of the Ar Sunday December 10
received Maginiicent coope my watched the President at 3:30'p. m.
FOOTBALL politax Champion ship, Ra- ration from both the central during this ceremony at the Le Monstre Rouge
Last Sunday at Parc Lecof.- cing II was beaten by Caba- and state Government., National Palace, pin the lar Second part
te in the presence of thou- ret at the h8me ground at Bes ides firm support of ge silver star that now des- 'Cow Boy film
sands'of fans team aViolette" Cabaret Score 3.2. the water project, Silvay, ci- ignates the rank of Briga- 6 and 8:30 p.m.
beat Armee d'Haiti .3-2. Tht At Leogane, Arsenal pla-. ted Government efforts to dier General on General Le- Le Mur des Tenebres
game was a thriller, Umpire yed the Feam of Leogane stamp out hoof and' mouth velt. The President spoke on Robert Taylor Audre
was Woelley. At the ,Metro Draw 3-3 disease and efforts to elimi- the good work of General Le Tdtter, Herbert Marshall
nante slums as evidence of velt and the General replied Monday December 11 at l
the "Splendid civic spirit of in glowing terms his faith 6:00 p. m.
Venezuela today.- min our New President. L'Affaire de la Joconde
- -- -- - --- Later at Army headqua- Sir Aubrey.Smith and Eric M
ters Colonel Romain, Chief- Von Stroheim '
of-staff. A. 1. handed over Tuesday December 12 at
of-staff. Haiti Vous Atted .
s, F rom 12 to 2, General Second part
. and Madame Levelt offered Meurtre au Music Hall
P 9tp the. various personages William Marshall, Helen
attending the inauguration a Walker
S.receptioi at Damien. During Thursday December 14 it
the ireception, Jean Brierre 6 and 8:15 p. m.
Minister of the National Lames de Fond -
-,- Bureau of Tourism delive- Robert Taylor, Kath.arineb
WILL SOON BE OBTAINABLE AT red a speech in which he Hepburne
praised the sincere spirit, and Friday December 15 at 6
Friday December 15 at
good works of General Le- and 8:15 p. m. -
GUY .BARREYRES STORE A grand Ball and Banquet Tres
at the .Natioanl Palace, Fri- Rober Taylor,- Audrey
SWATCH FOR TH ARRIVAL AT day night brought to close Totter Herbert Marshall
i WATCH FOR- THE ARRIVAL DATE this week of solemn ceremony. 6turday Decembre16 at6-:;4
nies and festivities that sur- and 8M- p. m. ..
rounded the inauguration of Le Monstre Roug
114 RUE DANTES-DE&STOUCHES PHONE 3394- President Paul E. Magloire. Second part :
'/ : ;. Cow Boy- film ; ,
,. ",'. '. "' Sunday Dece fiber 17 .a
~Le Monstre Rouge
Second part :
I Co ,Boy fi m
IDE F ITZER2AND
signers in the manner of Parisi
haue co uture., Omega lades,
watches a*re endowed with the'
-aLL ute WotrlD OmUg lie
After the transmission of pou s mineral Lavaud and Colonel Leevelt received military honors. The picture
shows Brigadier General Franck Lavaud, Brigadier G.eera Antoine Levelt, and Chief of Protocole Maurice Lau
un before the National Palace. s won d reon o '
Pa ge l .1 rHAITI SUN. SUN DI fI "
.m t? s ".ell
Buy I ".
,,.. ~E E 1
Help Wanted Fgr Rent For ale Lostand Found .* *
RADIO R. C.A. Vic- i, Groudfloor-.3 large dooms
e tor, six looking and gallery. Story !3 rooms
Scabiiiet, ilis up foreign sta and, comfort. .
tons. Selling at nei to not-J 5 Wooden House, one
Shings. ", a skory, located at Bois Verna
:7 lilg.. "
Typewriter-Smith corona near St-Louis Churcb :*Pro-
sterling poreabid, brand new perty :300 in front by 90 in
seeArthu O'Neil. n dep th. I
CAR- with radio good
andtr selling at the low flOAN not terminated,. 10 rooms, lo
and yre selingCORPORATION ctc t esof
j-ice of $ 600 dollars cash. 150 Grand e cated at Kenscoff.
$ .350 --ho will buy you a Phoe 270 Property 1.00 -by 160
car i ,good running order, Po-t-au-Prince, (Hdia.it) 7
;Wth "O.'.K. appearance. 1- lason-y Houe one 7 Property. 100 by 100
Sg. INGK MACHINE 1 Mon H located at Kenscoff near re-
SWING. .. -. story located at Chemim des sie o N
waiited, must be in good s t sidence of the Nuuncio.
wirt.d. mustb-..e in oo Dalles. Large propqrty8 spa- T '--e o
condition. Persons. miterested'cious lodging, -all comforts. ce 'pof l.es ofc
'in selling their sewing ma- carreai of I d located
in. 'slfi iei .. sein ma 2- Mv@,sonr j House, .new, -an"I;
Y.. cixe. contact the Haiti Sun. 2- M. sonr Hou,., .new o road of 'Boutliers.'
located at Petionville. large
v '." '--- any person wis- rb m b Very ood price.- .
'i. o .puh .l p.roon that'may be d as .. Two, carreaux 'f land
hi 'd pur" chase lTails to pu cei-ofIbusinIs,
p G. aa mot a B0 a.ANGER-EST.MARC
:-t'complete fomldress) ,. ,. located onthe new' road of1', UL N E I ST AUC
.. ritct"he.. HmnSu~ ......+. -: .,. ,enopdle(St:Martin)...Very .'
BAB.Y'-&51, selling at adoining- adenitageous.price.
reasonable ,price, mothers cnfort '. 10- Propertiespf various GRAND .UE
C0"1-* k. r- -'.' L -3 ..- '. if, r 1 .. ., .. - u
contact de .aiti Suns. 3 --Sma House located sizps and prices located (TAKE THE LIFT TO THE '.SECOND FLOOR)
.:PROEO READER wan at Petionville, Tete "de l'Eau Portau-Prince, tionvUle .
Ab"R .nvil .Te-"d .'a 'o~ -P'- 'P' \" "e' "
'-tect a plIy t en to #Hai- 4 -House (Stdry), brick, and Kenscoff, on the Carry-
.l.StiuSp,' ," 'located iii Rue du Centre. four road, etc. H .
..-. -n ,. numerous, varied works -
A: : '' , ;'f r:',i,,*.:4.o:.,: .' ."' .. ., .t- m ..A: ; ." .: .< :: .~ e:",." :' .' u n m ruv re ok
" ". ;-
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.Ptsfidenitof the Republir- accompanied &by metibers of his Cabinet and officers of Military House receives ho.
nosrs o his arrival. at..the C athedral. Third. From'left to right : Luc Fouche, Secretary of State of the Presiden-
cy, Arsene Magloire, Secretary of 'State tof Interior, Defente and Public Works, his excellency Paul E. Magloire
President of-the Republic, Camille Lherisson, Secretary of State of National Education and Public Health,
Franf6i Georgei See. of State of Finances, Montferiri er Pierre, Secretary of State of Justice and Labor, Maui
rice Laudun, Chief of Protocole. .
of which Vodoo. Dancers
and "a bust of Presidenti Vin
cent possess local fame -
have brought him awards
and"representation in.' the
.collection of President Elie
t. JLescot. Mr. Lafolitant's,,jdvo ..
S.tion to this art has been so in
fectous that all young'.st,
dent-sc.lptors at presentt a-
re, learning its' techAique,
and, predictions s.aj, it will
probably, became .Haitis 'dii '
tinctive form. of p ticdp ex-*
session. '- ... .
On this tropical island,
Pearl of.. .the Antilless,
blend proclivities and' &: tu-
!ral traditions. derived from
ancestors wholly disimilar
int origin. The. fusion of ra-
cial characteristics, the deep
'esthetic instinct, 'and the
growing support of talentt
wheiein governmental aid is
generous, :make for 'Fessen-
tials that promise even grea-
ter prodigies in the future to
illuminate even more bri-
lliantly this land of chai-m
(Siam) is facing, a shortage
of tin deposits, and miners
are demanding Government
action in prospecting to find
i new huirces of 'the metal.
SThere has been a resurgence
of tin trading with the
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