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Title:
Haiti sun
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication:
Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00205


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, LU IV Port-au-Prince /' Rpublique D'HAITI


, 'SUNDA.Y, NOVEMBER -15th- 953; ) No


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Crash. The caon'- at- a ful' ,stopsafter .sidesv~ pingg
r.-rlcP.;The iinij;red army driver afid on ijuyired pas
fte, ca'n' iare se'7at top right4EStory below}. ..
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T Thee-.: ltets ..eere .- hardly 'd
-,rodediast Mon morning
~ o kl-,t.a)iw. ary' academy
? truck -and a St. "''rc.bnund
'.d amion ful" of ]abourers manag--
' ed -tw reaoh the intersection of
Iti e St. fIonore ahd Mgr. Guil-
Sloux at,exactly the 'same time.
-The -drivers swervnec desperate-
ly but couldn't avoid sideswip-
ing aach other. The army truck
ricochetted off and,tcrashed- into
a house where Rudolf Srudt.got
a. rude awakening from his
Peaceful sleep on his banana
.mat- .He..wasitaken to the hos-
p ital with a 0aoulder injury.
SThre was 'itle use in taking
Edouard Alboth to.the "hospital.
T he mechanic was unlucky
enough to be the man sitting
Son the outside of the doorle!s
cab and died that same morn-
: ew Air Record
From Miami
,, The PAA Super-six broke
all previous records on its
flight from Miami to Port-
au-Prince covering-the 716
miles in two hours and 21
minutes. It clipped 19 min-
utes off the record establish-
:. ed by a Convair in 1952: Pi-
lot Richard 'Vinal, take, a
bow.
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ing ..fromi ', hie 'injuries.
otUhr :nhen ini.'the ca*gih; 'd
MdIsSe. Joseph, Luc. Victor .
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Sfir Posting
The Department of the
rior has issued an'official
unique ;announcing an'
search for the persons r
sible for recently dis'tr
subversive tracts against
Government'
Two men were kiilled S
night when they attempt
fee from Detectives, who
them in the act of pastin
versive posters .on the w
the Perpetual Help Conv
Bel-Air.
Tuesday morning Pre
Magloire paid a call on th
tary Department of the-Pc
congratulate them on thel

-You know that I have
ror of abuses,, said the C
State, -but whenever
stances require action s

181,400 Dollars Govi
Bonds For Dauphin
The Government has p
ed 181,400 dollars wor
Bonds to Plantation D
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T.B. PREVENTORIUM OPENS f W :N T

TODAY IN-FUR Y 0 opTHE:WE
Today without formality or funds become available,'- .mb .: ---- '. .
fanfare, Dr. Louis Roy is quietly' youngsters caln be removed frb.', 'ine Ahbpe, Be~vin
opening his Preventorium at Ob- contagion and .get a pew ease: ..nal.e on eveerybody'sli s
leon an important ste in' on life in.the co healthy' air a,'" fe* r weeks ce
Haiti's progress on- the modern of the.'beautiful mountainn hrea.. make news, herb's 'iat.
road of Preventative Medicine. It only costs :.5 dollars a grotud material weveb
... .. 0 d w't e u.el'w', -,; be'
,Some half-dozen poor youngsters month to provide needyy child to.gather .on the. seasoaon
from, T-B infedted homes will with board and-lodgings in ,the controversial authbo
S take. up residence in ,. little red' Preventoriuim. Why don't YOU ,
and white cha et undr tl'e care help ? ,
of a practical nurse.: As more he wa boe
Galialnaugural FIgi trM
o .*' Motorcyclit iled Of PAA Sunper-6Clippea : ne, ..
s In Ac idenI With With the self-onscious dazzle-
SMarket Woman. of N Hoiywood star appearing at :a ge:*
.. Tuesday mor-nisg motorcyclift -: irt re PAAs Super- '
Al 9D i ,:, her first'pr PAA's Super- .i. :
Alexandrq: Desj.n as killed, swd' N1 "" landing S
9. .lipPer swoop .to, a .landing .
,staitly.~r ei. his machieLe cr.ash- ,. y m .t~n;nelowen g ie .
"_ fday morrffn' fl.owe Fieft .O $ SZ:'
S ed into a market woman at the and listening n h' s going on to pudy'Lw.,a `
'.The 'ntersetion of Rue Porte Mar- camera ccked nd cotse-, he ba atne a n .membl" '
"l"ight while cameras clicked find .. ,- .. ."
driver .-hand arid Rue Montalais. The are ae eches the Bar 'then branched- put4r
.i dgnitaries madespeeches...
Chery wbman was rushed to the 'hos- The is no dout abt i. journalism 'an dipI O
There 'is no doubt about it.,-'. .'.o"rr ,.--
5"; ,pital with severe head cuts She is oe heck of a lot of air- using his second car
fl1 h+ inmenrt on histhird ".e
OF leein Police plane. A four-engine ob, she .,n his .i,
lt fleeing police crated a se.nsati
"lr. L ',. Tracts- can carry 5k Caribbean-bopund creat a sensao. -. .
Sa bversive Tracs t sts at, a comfortable 325 M io avana
Inte- you took Sunday night; do yof rtl e-an-hour clip making tle made the quiet bow.xte .
,he esponsl"t""p"foomin oh.inuedolPage 1* :..
Corn- duty. I will take the responsi- trp from Miami in just two ..
all-out biUty.. -Continued on Page 15 Haiti at amaca4
espon-
ibuted .In First Gae 'Of.,erites 'l:
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Sundla," \ atriv on Fridayaaftbriic* 5:-
ted tb o for a four-game series..'
caught those a powerful tea ec. I-
g su first game against' P'l
wall of ,h Prince at the Magloir Stadi
ehit in last night. Only aaJefi '.
liner was the touaiitig .
resident Dudly. Smith, .who ha s re:
e. Mill- sented Jamaica o n isrevod
police. to Continued on Page 15 s ..
i~r vigi-
r Mr. Ernest Chauvet -
a hor- Elecfed President,
ahor- 'Of :UN Assembly i
`hlef of a .
hid of .For Technical Assista
ruHaiti's chief delegate.
uch as SENATOR AND MRS. BOURKE 'HICKENLOOPER United Nations, Mr. Erzi'esti
Senator Bourke Hickenlooper arrived, in Port au Prince yester- vet, has .been elected ;Presid
day morning or a four-day stay during which he will talk over of the UN Assembly for 'tech
present. In.ter-American Cultural Programmes. The Iowa Republican, cal Assittance. He won the-
rth of who is a member of the,importa t ,Senate Foreign Affaire Com lot by a large majority, anotherpq
auphin mittee, is accompanied by his wife, his aide, Major Henry ,F. diplomatic victory for our-small
15 Holthusen and Mrs. Holthusen. Republic.

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t Page 2 c HALTI SUN SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15th 195A

OU*Mling an amateur assembly line

Public Health Serv Made GiK Madani Veiux TAcn HouZ*"'t
blic Health Serv Made vith relatively untrained help is
Strides Says Professor Nyswander Of (Haute Co In Lalue just too ovr helping.
SHaitian women are noted for
he Haitian Public Health the Dominican Republic, Haiti ed
Healh Servces have made gret and Peru. My object, she says. Madame' GLlberte Veiux derably frustrated., their skill with the needle. What .
e ea launching the first house a a leap into high is now needed is not talent,
-.strdes in the past. nine years, cis to obtain first hand informa- te .cou in t an go eof the fen hch e have in plenty, but
saysas Dorothy B. Nyswander, Uni tion concerning the pr in an e carof the few which we have in plenty, butworkman-
Nersity -of- California Professor countered by public *en ref e o
is now in'Hait "on a three- sonnel In these count o th the dis ide r Ca as talented de- ship th'e meticulous attention
",:weekis.now in'Haition a three- in Society ners nd wait and wait and to small detail that made Paris
cco oun obe. Or they the capital of the Fashion World.
ved as consultant in Health, may be morlittle Mr.
ent ma 16L eek, two ,little Mr.
,education at the Insti- our graduate students o come et .a:.l e.a w., .o. M..
-T*7r 1a'2 *kf a'I s. from these areas to study with French specialists are arriving So o ho tu ed out such Kiddy Phota.o klsi :
s om erUSmer.eas :.*.ery soon at Madame Vieux's a smart dresw the woman Send It In Today
;-.mI an- wMteif Ohr u us. Sn It I Tod
-. an sitd .or epib- s. at rs in 'e'. family-vflla aclols- the t. t, n t t.A \
'at that time. She was much Thro ig.-- ..t ._ M -t- Sed- ---piu-e o uJr.--
-p-e-' ve.: pPe ri. tt r t workitooms w~h~e :cditom fa- So and So, we find out ruful- dren under 5 asoo as os-
th --y:r-esse,. _"-__ soon ..s....os-nda .. as or om f- S a O ws ........
-- 't -Bee er-r a ly, mi ht turn out one usable sible to the 'Haiti Sun.- The_
N. il ) eted. t X viste
toe hit t i ne, visited, a t e vtJ -eav e -tly:, Iy s; contest closes in ~Deceber
ie au or cek,,o main of such byPrizesgo
ra iA in 'iat1d f.ilth cluding the hospi ll PcsrI ao hous.s custi .e P gtof
-". a.t' i a a...i.. ...al i -dst ing ne 6-i siar n. houses as cu ist ..a-
s at M.-irabalais, Jacmel, 4rbial e
now s Nyswander, on arid Cap Haitiep. : :c: Che Chalburg ; the
'tavel.gant. fypm the World' She. is .stopping at -the. Hotel d Che Fero..o She is knownaist .to
for her delicate evening gowns, ,
"th. Oganrzation, js -visiting- Majestic. high, th
.. -wispy afternoon dresses and chic.
ipsuits. -o :a4o: -4
Sot:h "To "ave opeljratie DaThe second French modiste is th
S-. ... S -. since sao y% td& i ,c
; 10 'ii 1e1 Butter -, :. M ile Denise Valdet who was pr2.- yspeet. .n :...
LT, ?ire m ain t Christlan Dior's
Su rpderway for estab- area last week, salttheysawy no: c. l .eal ... Christ-an r .-
y the projt shoul noted establishment and has also
..... .eason why the project shoul.- ..-- .. ... .....
..worked for Jacques Fath. 1ette
fo ot be i s#ccess.--Georges Mou- io-. o aues at;. Odtte
Asa TecIl q h4:a N't".taquin, and Josette Achille.
These two rted techini-
a i~tian lans will b:A
torp t ndu.-trial Credit, and N Live-
..i. : .r gus: Cci: of carefully
d Ser toek expert Georges Coucha-
tan ." -: > ..-. g. eamstresses. IU.'.W a.. 0
ain,, Both agreed that tFle re-. W.:
.- o;-* g..- : .. -...:: :.- :. Let us hope uat M ame.
or gion was one ok the b6st in the ,
.. ... -. :. .- Viux ~venture w ll
su toc raising on -c i
au ... .:nL mor scale..,_ N toa_ a o new ~;i "n g
_,A.,: :.. -.- ,-"aki.n one where accurapy
.."'.': "*: S 3:" :u' f Cr in cut g, fitting a f
.,o1 h'e Was extraord nlar.y well, organ V ,tng, f E .:l
BR I- ,C e .P ;-k---"- era aiT4v- 1I.- -i given is proper do. t pre-
Snd %a C had several. assistants.. -d ..'-" .
; ...e,-has been identified as- ar ent our fasiionSous 1a'd-
4 $ .. .:
.-.-~- Salo.mon.
ff-- A 2,D, 3 S t SALE
S Ja..' ,. 0 0
i. t ,L pA ,.m rican urn ture for saie" IT l
bia~t,,lt a es grater In new condition,
e haead pp aso Moder The following notce appeared 47 a ha fear od L. EdouarI .,ege sq oa -n
in French-language papers this Tq. George Leger is.on ,diet ',bo..e see. q'eC:
.in Frg z andn .freh platter of'food f?. the.pines of-F trcy. e .e.H,.











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.'Engineer
Agents Ca
were invit
thhkc price
ltor, the Ci
oaf Army
,leaders.ales


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Oge. SGIPA Extension
ntave and Ch6ry and
ed to attend. The ca-
st, the protestant pas-
ommandant of the lo-
post and the civil
o attended.


Engineer Og6 explained that
the excess siltation' and vegeta-
tion such as pondweeds, cattails,
andF other water weeds had re-
duced the -amount of available
S, water in the caal to 30 percent
uo rks dt thd dam and lined section of main canal. Due toal to 30 percent
odoarse texture of the soils ir' the river flood plain the first of capacity Several ditch-breaks
Id.,. ." were caused by weeds checking
iF terms of the main canal is lined to prevent heavy seepage ereausedby weeds checking
** the water until it overflowed its
S-. banks. Hand labour and a drag
e o peach At St. aphl ain were tried in the attempo
At e".. napiael .en
ce A to clean the canal while the wa-
1 An- SolveA eriOUS ProblDm ter was flowing. These methods
l,.t hadtmachetes; Many had phael was an isolated place ot were not successful. Engineer
ig.eavy -hoes. A few had rugged appearance. Its neigh- Og6 suggested that the water
il Onp had a 'brand new bouring mountains were 'severe- be shut"off for three days and
hanrdlled.shov.; Buit what- ly eroded and the, flat lands of tiefarmers report for lean-
tfie Tarmers ptean-
they. hpd for equipment,, ,the plateau were parched,-and i'g of the canal. The decision
were without the determ- unproductive during.six months was made to follow this suggest
get the job done. The of thd year: tion.
lear the. ana4! Tpe group? Af e the inauguration of the On the first day 263 farmers
ter tlsisr of the Sft. Ta- .2;000 hotare .irrigation .syst .. were ahle to work, 192. the sec-
". ."'rr l a system .0 4n ,Fdzuw .,-.19,52,k green r4! p -.c c
rrigao. stem. : n:aruary 7,-19B52,greei ac. nd day.' and 151 the third day..
e foot he Botuyahafieldsi c$ lands replaced -T n .lepders. contributed food.
)4 an li d1 'at'the Northwest. the. fornerly "uhbakdl, unpro- .ad 'dr k. A't the end-of the
of the Centr'al Plateau lsduct v lands.' A. newly standrl r. 'thi day: 6 .kilometes of canal
.1'i pr' s..f '-ca a l .Tt th x y
Itwn of 'St'. Raphael. Itl s of living for the farmenqein the .
gateway' to ite rNorthern area was'bqrn with its resultant '. ''
tibonlte Departments. St.' -chape to 'fiore optimistic so-
.ael a4' a I.uru ng Il ai- itu"des .
a pqpi ior' of over The ain gravityy diversion
peoe '.' dam .is located" .k. km., .thf '
..alphael became .Spanish the townof. St. Raphael, Itis a' '
.by the. -'Tre ,of Ara cyclopei concrete ogee. shaped
1777 between' t rance and dam, 3.5 nieters highland 70 me-
I 'In June 17.3' Tousspint tesM wide with anapron. 5.5 me-:
re came tb.St.'I4phil tI i 9ng.' The main canal
.fighting under the banner starPs from t'e dam; it has a
in and following his cap- tital, length.of 13 kms. and ser-
Sthe city of Gonaives. The ves 2,000 hectares. Checks and
year Toussaint, who turnouts were built on the main
en fighting under, the canal to serve the secondary
Recaptured St. Raphael canals.
:je Spanish. Now for several months there
hphael was the town from had been progressively less and
.Dessalines rushed to the less water for crops growing hi
Sdu Cul-deSac -' in 24 the fields. At first it has. been -
.horse back. when he barely noticeable. Perhaps a
hbout the arrival. of th high spot in'a rice paddy hdre -
-invasion army' ith: Le- or-there would dry ou.t nd th
SComman'dig officer.. rice burn off. Maybe enough rain
ity was captured -by the would fadl to keep the rice grow
( .General .Ro jbambeau in ing, but stunted. Gradually one
ry, 1802 and -later becag fankner a1er another lost whole
neral heaquarter of paddies. In S. Raphael as with
j Lpuvertuae after the most farmers in Haiti, t.e loss
.'Army was defeated at of a crop meant that the planter I
-Pierrot.' In 1.03, Henry and his family would not only t
phe .captured it from lose their investment in the I 1
h who wee then dom- crop, but also would eat no rice
the eastern territories. until a pew crop could be grown., .. R -
e the installation of its Rice is a major staple in the
an system by SCIPA Haitian diet. Few meals are
a:Cooperatif Inter-.Aimri- prepared without it. Something
'Produotion Agricole -- must be done.
`quest of the Haitian D-- A meeting of the wa" r users
Sof Agriculture, St.-Ra- was cabled at the suggestion if Haiti Trading Co. New Chai


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Were cleaned. The main gatPs ing. That evening many rice
were again opened to divert 2 paddles received their .first Ir- i N '
cubic meters of *water into the rigation in many weeks. '" '
main canal. The system now Now there'wduld be ric@. '' .
delivered three times the amount eat and rice to sell !
of water than prior to the clean- by Charles Wiggin. '



TI JOSEPH Continued
SHORT AliD TSWEET-
Lt. Max Alexis of Police Dept. observed his f&te Thursday a'. i,.
The .Yankee, is due in Port on its world cruise ... Mr. Ro-
ger Scott has left the West Indies. Garage' and is openin..' '
S bientot.* a store opposite. the National Bank. His partner
is his son Raymond ... Liondl is considering studying medi- i
S, .
cine, specializing in the eye everybo$ should be able 1.t
see the horizon,'says Lionel ... Cluck .'zer, Doc Rezer's ,..'.
S_ son, made the gets on the PAA SupAt-6eel right at home
with announcements in French and a t6uch of. Creole. He's
a top flightpPAA Steward ... Sammy.Feere, is- the new Prei- .,;
dent oI the *Haytian Tobacco Development Co. H1e's driving" :' .
\ a Oadillac ... Fito Brau ,and familyy are moving irto their ,'
new PacoJ home for Xmas ... The arrival, of the Paa Suier. .:,.i.
was filmed by Movie-man Franck Wilson ... Center-fdrward' : -
S'Gerald Haig has torn. leg muscle and won't take thefild'. -." .i.',
against Jamaica .... The boys .bamboched Jean Al ', ffi .
Wednesday. .. at Ki Pi the Victor Aybarsh, nd friendswere *'k'l1
- see. eating, the chicken in the bset with Aqonr ,.e- nio-'rin
ciality Thursday ... Miss Elizabeth Heraux'is preparing fr .
her f&te on .the ,19th ...'Folks are .no larger superstitious.. .
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About travelling 'on 'Friday 13th. PA, was boqkedtca. -.:
'city'ard ll 'seats werefilled-on.the Super-. guest flight .. ; ..
Director of the-'Railway:in St. Marc Mr. Paul- ie a, i.
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P ARS FOR HIRE Jtioseph report
I Cars for Hire From a Buick I S
to a Renault. Apply Haitian Tra- '
vel Service, Franck C Magloire,
aLe Matins. Tel: 2242..

Dentists Gerald Routmaih, Paul
Sejoune and Jean Frangois le(t PEREZ PRADO GETS THE ORDER OF THE BOOT IN MEXICO
S this week to attend the Dentist fore talked of than deeds of the UN in N. Y. is the deed of
Congress in Mexico City. Mexico's'President Cortinez. He expelled Perez Prado from Mlex-
S / -:0:- co and dissolved his orchestra. Local Mambo Jambo fans are be-
i' Champion spearfisherman Tao wildered, Maybe Mr. Marini can find fa place for him on his zoizn
S Goldenberg observed his fte ter. Cabane Choucoune .programme.

S' -:0- DARING THEFT ON EXPOSITION GROUNDS
Mri. -M:Helen Holan' Williams Thursday. at 5 a.m. a man sent a rock crashing through the
'was guest of iotur at a sup- big plate glass window on the Avenue Marie Jeanne estab-
per party at: the Gios Morne Ushment of Michelange Voltaire. The .window collapsed
: .residence of'her neice Lorainne with a splash and the asm00, dollars worth of jewelry on
Dora Wednesday :evening. The a seventy dollar watch and 2ash and grabs robber scooped up
,. occasion was her birthday. display and turned and fell into the! arms of the Police.
i -:0:-- WHARF WORKER DIES ON JOB
i Henry Bermingham, the speed- Tiesday afternoon a wharf worker told his friends he felt
l'A,;, .lest man on two wheels in 'the ill and rested against a pile of planks. Almost immediately,

.., Rpublic returned from abroad- '' .he began hemerroging from the mouth and was dead before
S ..ednesday. .. th arrival of medical aid.
.. -Wednesday. '.. .
S.W., N STAMPS
December 5th M. Roger. Du-
s'a .Decenber. TDhe.new stamps bearing the heads of Kiig Aenri Christophe
.i .iin Jeani. e Rodriguez wi l' and President Paul Magloire are now off the presses. They
.'. ange aI do'sw, at the Basili- ,
'i:., .. will be put in.circulation next zignth on, the eve of the Sus-
uNotre Dame "..
.12 '5 1,- quecehtennial. Celebration. .
,, '.: .- '. .A arber by the 'whimsical name of Charley Ti-Piers asked
."h..',.. 1t 6hhome of M. Legrand .
t'h-. '*'. : h '. L a .. authorities to.go aboard the ships at the wharf last Wed.
-,-:"./ uiIn Rue Macajoux,- Wil-. .* .
.. n Rue --acajoux, n,-. nesday. to cut the hair of some sailors.' He was pussy- oting
S,- .Lombe and Miss Florence
:s : a .... ,- it off the deck a. short time later with ten packages, of Ame-'
Sere linked ina civil.
i' were li i rcan cigarettes stashed away in his barber kit when the
S..... long arm of the law reached out. '
:: k,;: htshift,^ of. .
inspec"tibn ','' ORKI2 ING IHTS;,ON CIHAM P DE MARS .
.;i i.t hl pag.ttw6 ek'. w re :i if t ;ift "tof. construction men aretoiling under the'

..i-ad new intailed street lampsonh theChanps'de Mars to in-.
,. -- .ish the Memorial Park in.tine for:' the opening of the.'Sus-
V ) 'avid James i'w't to Miami ,quecentiennial January first., The Band Stand is now the
Ais.'t Sunday. main point of concentration'
DEJEAN'CH I SINGING EXCUSIVELY FOR IBO ZELE ,
: Beginning December fourth the..Choir Dejean will -be heard.
Br ndt went to Ml- ech Friday eviriin at the. Hotel Ibo Lele, whose impressive
"' a ..r new terrace. seems an ieal pot fdr presenting Haiti's most
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,.. Hqer. shrawlury J.Q RAo.",, : ,.',' .,.
e r.F ida'.. M es Andre D .eSchiller Nicolas and Rodini Conte will
4oab ve:7froe f3iA' Fo;rida* vsn -'-tn Mmins .ttIU1 Q6,iAiitiet pr e
S ide ad Joy-- RMviera Ho .'soon fly to Rdb h t part in the FAO Congres on, Agr- .
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The Cathedral Notre Dame wds full to overflpwing' Novei
5th at 6 p.m. with folk who came to witness. friend Tinf
Guilme, the mina Francillon. Above the -Bo a Sanaritain. placesfjte rin
*his wife's finger. .

cent is improving
Students In Paris exPected home l'q'
To Make Pilgrimage fewdays. -
To Toussaint's Death Plape .

Sometime next January .Hal- -:
S Mr. Edouard Jeanfy,. chi
tian students, studying in Paris
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material and see the latea
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Development in Tadio and
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o r r ee 1,0~ NiS ON flI .4 lcember -- M Max Bissain-
; r '-Limfe4 Lieutre Series the, Tational Librar an;
..FINEST .s N' !.0 11. '"December Dr. Jean lic-'
,1 5 '-M ,,h ailtianir~aa ea ,' I.nst!i- Mars;
Itie t t .tas ti lion'onbur.;of."atino1nc 1\6 December -[Wednesday] Dr
l 'e i ng a. series. of F riday evening Clovis Kerhisan.
-le'tui', during the7 months of MiAister Z6phin wil speak
Nov 6eiber and D'cembeir,' 6n obWeTfi Events of Haiti's War US.AR Ts wSe
the:,general- topic:. .150:Years nof f. pnependee. The exact o' n ,.'Te 'tee
Natiot.olLife.: .This.ees. i subjectsjof the remain g ll.t.e i--, eorsq olaf.otLn
Sco ist ofa t ot'aliJoWf ve lecture tures wil be announced each :: .. -.'
'i offered by. the Instiite. as- week.I: ."
-part. of its contribution. td.the The- aitian.Ameridari I u"- -
/oomieer oration of Haitis Sbpst, mit extends.a cordi-l invitalq .
quicetefifflltlCelebraioiof Ir-. o .allttoattend this series of. "-...
Sepgdelicde' The "it feels commr nmoiativ'e ectu.es 'un:a Hai, 1 -" ""
pt tatr~rt ahnid r e i m being .titandepedenc
..... ...- ...nce.
Sabl. -to announce that ,the .se- --
';- r.fe iskp.resente t..nr the.er- OOAenWtns ': :-,
NA rnALciASt Tir-. 3Attend Witnesse "'.. ,.,,:
REGTSs:sp"on"or .oIfiO -so shi is Excel C nveri mn Hiere .l -
...Paul EVagloire, Presi- DreA than 500 persons cr"w'd-
ent of th,.Rep of. H .6u the Grand ..'Ori
X first: ,ledture "hhill' 'Maseon .od e. last. Sunday t a ia
oea-e ,t h;-the t t -4he local :traus ilioni- of tie talk,
r.,y s e- ".
After Armaedson -7 God's
shmfewWorM.- was tohe climax -
of a three-day a a ial ass ly.
': of Jehoaih's'witnresses, after --.'..
which hundreds 'o :obklets .
-dre" distribu ed' freely This
ta as originally givenriby
i N~ H. nd t,the President' .
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I ness the immersion of 16- IIai- .
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S22nd Annual Herald Tri- personalities as Madame Pandit
r-Forum which took, place of India1 John Foster DulleR, Dr.
"few York recently reminds Ralph Bunche and Mr. Edward
'bf thie importance of the Blyden, scholar of Sierra Leone.
ess in the field of public edu- The latter made three of four
o~..- Thee great newspapers statements which impressed this
rer overlook the opportunity writer particularly as they are
increase .Athe knowledge of connected with' the great Afri-
r readers, supply them,with can problem -- problem whiph
great variety of information found its first solution in. the
.hating from the finest minds land of Haiti. The speaker did
.he, day, anid 'garnered from -not refer to Haiti but most of
ery:dorner of the world. There his remarks sound 'as though
some like the New York he bad culled them from the
nes,. the Herald' Tiibune and pages- of-the history of this
'Iiridbr Times ,which are brave republic.
iuirinb titutions of learning'' '
S' *Let me declare myself,. said
parable to the great univer-
Mr. Blyden,,on the side of pg-
,s of the world: As a mat-'. o
factthey supply nnuer- litical independence and fullU-
of fact. they supply Innumer- .
fledged sovereign statue for the
e. *schools and colleges with a African opl-y as
Sof -information which African pop .a y
-. ,' they demonqtratp enough deter-
Atl.y facilitates instructionM fn' th 'en .tr at er-
m, mination and drive, to assume
academic departments. '- .. ..z. assum
.. -e.- reins bf government., He
his year as always the -Fo-. chose, th wodsd determination
of the Herald Tribune. pr;i,. an4 drive rather Wthan ability
ed a most -interesjng,. en- anp capacity ..fr these are of
ending and constructive pro- very alow.attainment to .be a'c-
mee. Those who attended quired largely by practice. He
sessions or followed the pro makes his own the slogan, *Ra-
ngs in *the press or on the their imperfect self government
pust have. numbered sever- than good,,foreign government.*
millions. Thus .the Herald- Then heremarks correctly: His-
?une enabled men and wombn -tory nowhere affords, an' exam.
several nations to increase pie of a free .people who. defer-
Ur knowledge of domestic red the date.,of. Their initial eP.
~ world affairs and assume forts at self ,government4until
-ie effectively their respon- they were ecpKnnmically. sf suf-
ty as citizens. ficient or politicaly nature or
rilliant speakers of different. militarily, invincible, ~
s and countries were called He quotes -tje words of E. VW.
hi to share of their wisdori Blyden of Liberia who said long
' experience: Outsiafiding ago: 'An African nationality is



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The two yodng Scandanavians
in 3 weeks motorcycle the
width and breadth of Haiti be-
fore taking the 'Express* to
Santiago de Cuba on another leg
of their trip in search of a new
land of opportunity. -


the great desire of my soul. No j
one, ,ho*ier well motivatedd by |
a genuine' desire' to: help' the'
African can" do fr him wihht he
has to do' for' hiself* il
-African leaders, he says, ad- t
vocate not revolution or hateful j
antagonism toward any one but s
peaceful and friendly relations
With all nationsand particular-
y with those with which, by
,the circumstances of historic
and emotional ties, they have
become more closely akin. Afti-
can criticism of the West is thus
frequently dictated by reasons
of devotion to the-lofty princi-
ples of democracy.,
His conclusion is well worth
recalling: 'Lend us ngt only
your economic and -technical as-
sistance, urgent and imperative
though these are, lend us also'
your moral .anid spiritual sup-
port. With these tools both ma-
terial and' spiritual we shall
build nations worthy of civilized
humanity..
Upon reading such words Hai-
tians will proudly feel that they
have indeed been pioneers in the
struggle for the independence of
the entire African race. '
PAUL PERIGORD.

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last June on two Indian Motor-
cycles and made'an adventurous
trip across South America to
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Sw G s hat is most astonishing, the it has wound up by turning has resumed the making a
e ondel Editorial Gives Some Haitians sung them among them against ,its American instigators comic strips for Le National'
R!;" T~andolnm TImmbf! On Anniveirsary salves and not to flatter a in nourfrbing the hostility of S Magazine.'
a._indom Thoughis On Anniversary Sunday Magazine., o a
Rand o French person present. 'This the Weak, who have ceased to
[A translation of the piec b.it -France has given us liberty ; country has weathered a long believe in the spirit of equality. -
.. -. 'Atiguste Viatte appearing in the France cannot bring us new war with Frances, wrote Demes-
K. Cictober 16th issue chains after having broken var Delorme, 'but the nation TOWARDS POLITIqAL E U R O
:.;" The'Republic of Haiti is go- them. It is a crime to think or that is loved the most in Hiaiti EQUILIBRIUM
ing to observe its 150 Anniver- speak of such a thing.* These is still France.' Jurist Linstant The swiftest way
t' .eaSy, It was on January 1, 1804, quotes did not come from Pradines was quoted as -loving The 150th Anniversary of Hai-
'. that the revolutionaries, of Saint friends but from the most vio- France and Haiti'in the same ti Will be celebrated,, however,
tooain a peaceful atmosphere. Aftertse
-Domingue took' an oath to Are- lent anticolonists. And if opin- way one lives his grandmother peaceful atmosphere. After
-i ourilce for eVer their'ailegi~yLe ion changed; it. was because the and his mother.' Haiti -shouting two Revolutions, in 1946 and
oto Fance.-and to die rather tan 'colonists had persuaded Bona- its cry of deliverance, in Ame- 1949, the Government of Presi-
fallagaaiunder its domiindtioni part, to re-establish their prl- rica appeared a 'new France, to dent Magloir seems to have re- .
A,' A i .ful anniversary for vileges by force; he sent an ex- Poet Erzer Vilaire: And to Gen- established stability.
S,:. Franc apparently, but one peditionary corps, arrested Lou- eral Neniours France was the Haiti Is not associated with
,ftm which,she'can learn: some. erture. The realistss, as-it 'o -greatest country of the Blac .the' maneuvers of the Arab -
i" '.ieshons. ... often happens, blind by mate- Man ... because the first time, a Asiatic bloc. of the United Na-
Haiti, in effect is the, spir- rial intert had dest ed the man of the Black Race became io Awakened to social prob
ual daughter of the French Re- elan du coepr and dug their a Citizen, he. became a French lems, it is undertaling; "with
ivolution. u It.-was thie idbal's of- own .graves by' persuading that citizen. The. first timethe help of the great Interna-
I'.. ".. I d *re
S1789, the *French ideals that lhacks .that'only total severance of our race became an Officer, i tional Organizatios, to raise the
1..ve he slaves their djeam of from France cpuld save them was a French Officer. And ourlving standards of its people to
.i erty. It was at 'first only'a from falling, under the yoke of Birth, where is it. Is it not in improve health conditions a
f civil liberty. Saint .laery oce more Frae in the Declaration of the educational systems. France
'. o f ibty.. Saintance, in the Declaation of
i.-ommigue,.tiU"d Nhave"a remaim.d ATTCI MENT TO the Rights of Man?. Othet cita- is present in Haiti intellectually
S' Prepoh, at least what we now FRENCI CIHILTURE tions of a similar sort could be mre than ever before. The
ran. Etate Asso ie: Prioof That was' the fist lesson and given, i-definitely. Truly this French Institute. crated by a
,, Cultural Pact ii 1944, furayshes
Sof ths om writers of this era her. is the secofid. Hardly t country, 'issued from an- cultural act i 1944 furnishes
.i putab ,.Julien Prevost, their Independence received r-, other race and freed in violence, he Uni ty of Haiti a part of
.ts teaching staff, publishes the
...a ttache. to King Chris- cognition by.-Charles hX, than as become a striking symbol of teaching staff, publishes the
.-i.et r .e declared in the Haitan. ret, t.' to the he universality-of our Culture. excellent evue ,.Conjonction
: 814tojiustifiy 'oussaitit uve-. passionate ( attachment to our For the past forty years, other' offer a platform for lectures
W'. feu;or not ha 'in -ejected the Culture., Yaiddaa :.regaqfa ce factor .have come into play. much more frequently than be-
it ly ofhem .countr- qu'avait per, r goissme. Neyve.,- And.f if it's necessary to draw'a fbre. Haitian students are-re- T e thriftiest tire.
', t- of.. -' "t e ,P.. ... .,
H found everyone s ready. even h er darkst 'hours, had thiid Jesson .it concerns the making the road towards Paris; '
.. A .... ..i .... s M ,,Etn i who' ,..:,.., I .. '
::- .-nLo: e ot-,aif' tsuc h a pro-Haiti, the phystcali,1augite of TUnited States. Iniervening in d wasn't it a Haitian Dele-
Y.tc teitiiho
AVt e e.morewhath prompted against the. heartless-o"eev
e-vien' tae Haitians who had Africa, ever failed to recognize-.a crisis of anarchy .with a mili- gate, M1 'Ernest Chauvet, who __ ___ __________
Ste.ti -i Franice wre more whatshe owed 'to France, her tary occupation that rested heav Proteted against the heartess-
S--e o ospiritial mother'" *I -have. no ilr on the Haitiat people, the ns. wh whichthe Uhited Na- F m st o" No ember
own -. ,~ir. ~p~- tons negledted t n rA- Finm 's o- N m K
F'-~ nchenn, hate for ypu,'. France heard, Unitd States believed it to. its tio neglected ourongue th gh Mar Pan A
heard, U vdd Staes belePan Ai tis
o Ei' ,. '.. -' 'a' rican.s famous "Thrift- Spa- "
S'venfrom ,teh.followers of advantage to draw-Haitian youth, vour of Englsh? 'Black Frances s ates-aeou i effect. Ni.nw
,IM..., 'I ., WON e I .a e .son" rates-re ii effect. Ndw
7 was-the title that.'Mihelet gave
gue. Vastey Christophe. Ald hyms to emarn to New York- and, away from waste title tat Mhelet ve youca'save u to on
c...hd'tne ehalted, a id Pris. The result was .not what to Hait. She repeats it with yo nd p fare one.
dd4Phlad Threutst. '-- Hotels are less crowded and
was wished. Welcomed to a Pa- pride. f one thinks of her po- many offer reduced rates at
-..". ... ,. to ich ,n'the bar. .
.... ". ris tthout colour prejudice, Hai sition on the global' chessboard this time o ear. nd
Paris and Rome axe atiheir
t an intellectuals returned home at the intersection of the Two gayest with night club[ and,;
full of enthusiasm for a pivilisa- Americas, one of the i white and shows 'in full ..swing. Y&
recalls Sithis .is the time to-go to
tion in which they could inter of he blacks--ifone recls urdpe. B Pan Ameca
grate themselves without diffl- 'that she was the Second Inde- 'u get there faster, .your.
culty., But in a world where pendent Natio tobe.born in:the money cos farther Take...
the slightest pigment closed New Would and that she remains ices from New York .
K- Hotels and Theatre Iodrs, how one of the f ew independent .De luxe "President Special'-.
and "President" Serrate, ."c
:ould 'they bhep from returning States of the African Race,.'one boh by luxurious "Strati.,,
m battered lin their ethnic cons. will not underestimate this at- Zlippers*. The swift, eco-.
ciences ard how couJ< they hp' tachm'ent to our spiritual ~tadi- notical "Rainbow" Tourist
faced cond.tey h Iime by popular Super-&.T
but fpel their own misery mbre tion. ._pp e. ,
faced with the .overwhelming da Csd TlrujiL .',
pletrifulness of American lhvng.l This French article ias se'nt
Many became Black Racists to the 'Sun' by its-Paris Corres-. A'.40 (U.S.)
Others, sometimes the ame.. pondent, Andre SaintC. minutes flying
_es. wted-for Moscow to RI- time... daily First
nes wated r Moscow t 11- ROUND TRIP Class Service by-
On ate at: Bichara berate .the prolitariat, to which .onair-typeClip-
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nli .Bazpr" de la Poste, The econtinentalism. that :the .. see your Travel Agent ot
-BPI. F azar .National. Geor- United States substituted for A i IA
CLthaWnS. s. G colordalismn, and which goes INaio AaI 'IGAnS
-*ges Coles. Maison -coloM
Simon Vieux, Miume on the theory that lingual and Experndirine
\ Joseph -a.lio, Bazar,: cultural affinities should be pac p
-'Jo Edamod Phipps. rificed for the sake 'of geographi- Rue Dn eis touches 3451-- Poand -Princ
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'c-~ "; lead, on each continent, "to the *T.. RED., PAA. INC.
t INDO. E MOURRA CORP. .. teost dynamic nation taking Alfredo Garcia Garamendi [Per 7 Save time and money-ase
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V WISE and
By T. J
Continued from

.Te only thing that I could
think of as I stared as Mr.' Be-
la was how ridiculous I must
look with all that lipstick on me
mouth.' You see, I always like
look refined and dignified
en meeting important., people
ke Mr. Beria. It makes a good
impe.io'.pn them, and-'belps
'Aq reaize -phat t.too, am


F -,.o-tVok -my .handkerchief
I ; V
.fr.m. my'pocket-and wiped off
I the ,lipstick.
I didn't say anything because
I didn't know what to say.. It
would be impolite .ad indelicate
i't ask Mr. Beria whalitie.was
doing in Mrs. Walgrei's bed-
-oom. Boorish, even; -Anai I
:didn't want' Mr. heirfl to think
hat I am not just- s: refined as
'. / ,, ,

SYpu know; Mr.'erais ai vr..v
famous man: I amni'ure' tat if
he went to the -United Sttes,
jimpomtant'peoIlr like. Senator
Mca .ahy ie d look- him up
and talk with him. Perhaps
ven President EiLenhower, him
.e f..

All these thoughts coursed
u .* / !
through, my cerveau [that's
Prench for brain] while I was
wiping the diplstick from' my
.mouthI As you know, I.think-
fast in an emergency.
." ~" -
rsz Walgren saved me from
embarrassment. Jumping to her
feet when she saw Mr Beria,
she. ran to him, and taking his
hand in hers she led him to me.
Mr.' Berja and I stood face to
e, about'two feet, three in-
ohes apart. In the split second
before 'Ms. "Walgren spoke,
lKipling's line. ,When two strong
i'men stand face to face,- flashed
jlhto my mind 'How appropri-
iate, I thought. 'He might have
ltritten it just for: this -mo-
1i-ment.,
S/'U


OTHERWISE
Grant
last week ,

*You know what that woman
said when she spoke? 'Mr. Be-
ria, Mr. Grant, I want you -two
to know each other. You are
so like in so many ways, and
have so much in common that
I know you will be friends *
Can you imagine anything
like that, comparing a great hu-
manitarian like me to that evil,
power lustful, blood, thirsty
monster,,Mr. Beria? All my bet-
ter instincts were outraged.
But lam nothing, if .not a di-
plomat. I felt that this was not
the place,- nor the moment to
create 'a scene. So I extended
my hand to him, saying, in a
dignified manner, ,Hov do you
do, Mr. Beria?. Just being con-
ventional, you kpow

Mr. Beria didn't, take my
hand. He scrutinized me for a
moment through his glasses as
if I were sqwne kind of insect be-
fore replying, in a deep, guttu-
ral 'voice,"' Quite well.. He'
didn't ask me 'how I wjs, or'
thank me ox anything. Charac-
teristic of the man, probably.
I wasn't pleased. Perhaps he
thought I was a nobody, a non-
entity, as you and other readers
of this paper probably.are. His
attitude irritated me. Had I
owned a hat, I would have pick-
ed it up and left the room. Un-
fortunately I don't own a hat.
So I has to stay until. I found
some other excuse for leaving.
Mrs. Walgren noticed some-
thing was wrong. 'This is Mr.
Grant,, she said. -T. J. Grant,
the man I told you about.,


Mr. Beria underwent a trans-
formation. Hjs indifference van-
ished. His eyes sparkled behind
his glasses, and he suddenly ra-
diated, exuded even, cordiality.
His guttural voicu was pitched
almost an octave higher than
before as he said, -Mrs. Wal-
gren, I misunderstood you, I


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thought you said- Mr. Brandt, that moment I was inspired. .tant appears inpieces-' :',
you know, the capitalist. I won- Away from his secret police, the leg -or an arm comes tiunbtn
dered why you thought I had ,OGPU- from his strong'arm bul- down, then the hea -.the .-
anything in common with a lies, from his appanages of po- or what -have you. When,:.
capitalist, and why you brought wer perhaps. Mr. Beria was just whole body is on the ground ,
him to .see me.. a little rabbit. the performed appears, picks up'
Mrs. Walgren turned her head I decided to test this theory the pieces, and thrcvs thie-in.,.
towards me and winked her by getting personal, so I asked, a basket Then he run a sWOrd
right eye As she replied, Mr,. -Mr. Beria, jst ho did you throug~'and through 'the'basket-;
Beria, you know me too well to get out of the clutches of Malen- opens it and out step the as
think' I would, do a thing like kov, out of the Lubankia pri- sisfant, all In one piece- and. 1
Phat. I would as soon think of son?, ? ,harmed. Some.trik
Introducing you to Edgar Hoov- Eehind me I heard a choking, '
er of the FBI., Then, with an- gasping sound. Lopking around, In another version the p"
other wink to me, 'You can I saw that Mis.' Walgren. had former clidbs the rope.-nd'e r
trust Mr. Grant, I trust him. In slumped down into the armchair appears. Then he pulls thq rce'
fact, I am going to entrust him in which she was sitting, in a up after him;' appearing Jiqut .s1
with my future happiness. We dead faint: She. looked quite later in a field miles away. TBi j
are going to be married., comfortable, so I decided to let must have been. the versiodi,
As I said in last week's fa- her stay as she was. '.Beria used,'ifhis'story'twasIf', '
,per, ,Sbmething is going on M Mrs. Walgrefri moan&d.J.Il.ti
here.. ; felt it then, I'knew it M Beria-paid no attention to ed to her. 'SuieJy s?.el 4
her. H.e must"-have se!it many- 5.
'noow. But what it was I had no her. He must have seen many-to hr 'feet, ris .ts.tog.nqen
idea. The only idea I had in my people faint during his many m. is runkri" the crner .
head then was the idea Mrs. years as Stalih's hatchet man. .rod&n hd pulled it widq
'Walgren -had just put there. He kept on leering at me for screaming as.she .'i s.c. d ti
,Our getting married was an idea a few moments before replying outof here, Mr.: Grant get:4. A
:tht: appealed to me. But di to my question. Thenhe. said, Abodyd u~i:onDtothe
shp mean what she said? *It was quite simple, Mr 'Grant. A dead-:' i ts thoatit'Li
t ..' I got away by doing the Indian ear to .ear. .i recognized,,
Strong as I am, mentally and Rope Trick.. bo. It was that. of theL.'.f
otherwise,'I have a weakness. 1, I almost laughed in his''fce.' wo had- gien'me ecgaties
amwho had-ogif 'att.cigahe
am one of those men,. who, to- The Indian Rope Trick, that was' a El Ranho.' .'t
fulfill themselves, need the love a hot one. What did 'he takd .. ,.. .
'-. ; i.d, e-td...& r:'.
of a pure woman me for, an imbecile? .Edet MrB
But, let us" drop that This is' He saw the expression on my a. rabbit.
not a' Confession Magazine. If face and said, seriously, -It is "'
you 'want fi read that sort of .true, Mr. Grant, I had 'n Indian To be coiCluded-NextiWee....
stuff, you can find it at the Cara fakir teach it to me years ago.'. | .. ,1 .';: '
velle. I thought I- might need it sqme i'
day. He'was very reluctant to .
-Something was going on. Mrs. give .up the secret, .hut I per-
Walgren continued, ,Mr Beria, suaded him. There was a sinis-
why don't you tell Mr. Grant ter smile on his face as he'said;.
our plans? .He,is one of us now, this. -He continued,' ;The great
and we need his help, his 'infli- difficulty was in getting a rope
ence in this country.. As she smuggled into mycell. Malenkov '.
said this ,she turned 'her head didn't want me/to hang myself.
towards me and winked again. But we did it. I vanished trorti
A lesser man might have been a locked cell with four guar S
befuddled by this sort of goings posted at the door Poor devi ,
on. But I am not a lesser man. I almostt felt sorry for 'them.,
I was not befuddled Something You may have heard of. the
was going on' I was convinced. Indian R6dO Trick.' r't/is usual-. J..
Mr. Beria took his glasses off ly shown in an open field. The .' .i
and leered at me, blinking his performer throws an end of- a Gran tl .
e_ ,Urt mnr J(Wl .'
eyes like a rabbit does when It rope in the air. It remains
chew's lettuce, there, suspended and rigid. An Oloffson,
Someone once wrote, .Genius assistant limbs the rope and SINGLE WITH BATH $6 to.t. :
is ninety nine percent perspira- disappears. The performer DOUBLE WITH BATH. $10- 0to1
tion., My genius is one hun- climbs the rope after him, and $20 '
dred percent inspiration. At also disappears. Then thie assis- THREE MEALS INCLUDED:""


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is coat, Wednesday at 6 and 8:15 p.i
to the Del Can Can IMambo
r.- Thursday at 6 anid 8:15 p.m
leorge's Fiestas
o saved
,h. Friday at and 8:15 p.m.
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Wek M yero Raoul .Genet's I-i mead Croi hy be l.for
Tploiati Tratse advises all the sensbnatia murder f
II. Diplomatic. Agents at the close% French Chef. Rem o Jusse. ""
&4","e 1) .- .,...
CE g 1) of their mission to make a faith- On No*iember 25th .Abtonlio
t omptic 'Memoirs. journalism par essence a pour fil report on everything that Pierre, aias Pedro. ill apal
nts ad his sy on the bi t df6clairer, n~~tgner,- &du- they believe pertinent to the his conviction of the ,m der of
relat'ons .., c.. .. u, u m e,.w:.. be'
ectI .n our last issue. Ahd quer. informer, .d4noncer, appr- :relatsons of the two countries Monique Audin._ He, will, be
i mo: tiIy rmit oibr loberr eritiPer.sign-atiser for the 6dification: aid informal Uefended by le. Mauxrice Da-
rwtLum permitp. cl"n loue' rt"" .i'r, .... e""nd 'by '& Mau". e D
e"aor t.state -his rebuttal' m4tne, Lmaitstut cela dans les .tion of 'their Government .'angd lle. .
tis.' limtes ~i dquit4 .et.' d* s cgn- their' 'CouitryA It is this rule ,
-veaioe. that. I have followed. The 'Hai-
.a' brief rme m f iadition to his on .start- 'tian people and more par,ticular- .HO USiEWANTED
'u sto ;his own.star
i.n .'I," pr i l mW .ing'-dinmoirsa ?that-. leaned a .y, the intellectuals of this coun-
4t.m- ,q y-' little he avily '.. the' deiier try that I have served with de- antej~~ea i
public ey;_-as.RodtaryClub % '. cool sector ot ceityt ous n
lit yas ospectdthe theory stated above "votion,' owe me gratitudeb. 1The. s'use.u:
t.by ..h,. .M Veitini ha's publeis-"-.! two book tells wh. ur n.ustnoe
on, o`0ioHaiati Domi-.-- ceed 50 doli.a -nonth. App-
.i" S ,.c-.-bt u biographies -- onie on dilom t -. .. .' ..
I..t.nKdti al Qooperation. S. Haiti Sun.
-" .J ournalist Lotis EdbiuardPbiuet -i :. .t4.
e as Siecretry nerayofad ie oio.. vii's tb ~cco SEEK A$IS ANOE' T "-' ? 'i'."
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.: .,.-.". ,: "tycoon,; Pantaleon 'Iuilbaud. AiNE 'HAITI MANGANESE
bdd id Serat on he tour- .-A
ajo- ci.t.i. i. in sleakinj of, his latest pT .b-
majo cities in Caada andl catiin says: Ernest Ohauvet sends the 'oi'
e .United States' 'lecturing on owg report from New York in
e"e 't asp ts of Haitian-liC ,Thq.book "Misbion to Havana his.bi-weekly letter t. e .ou-'
6T. .. ',is .i-weely, rle tter t6 .,Le. ou,'
speaking tec ue :was. t av itteis te faith- veste. -
ired in-Pari an 'u ful recital of '.hat'I undertook.. '. .
n Par a:d it I met our freieds ubert
.He L~.~was Haiti p~,i~ ett ve in the Cub'r" Capit~s .o th% 'c.. a --i The\l;, -. .g on.
Bo."om~.e and 3eauipu The.
the New World #ai and command of the President of a .e mg... e: a o 4',..'
Chief of .ie iCltural H aitie lie Lescot, who told a. o "'*.., .. en...
Satons.Service in the For e k the Haitian enage
... ....., ,. .,, e .. ... menit c ac6t equipn ent to ape- '
gn Relation- Depart efnt,. Lar.- people known and loved. by in- .
n Ael n. -.. ,. -' .rate.,-the mines.. .o y
ter h w; -Corn dii G&.#terl 'fonning.. the Cur on.:n qag for : tem, find, a' certp s
h. ., e o. am'ouit of .oah..to bein. 'i .,
-.,': .. ... .. e e p nation og thbi holdings .,
a .. .- o The..rl9ge9t and" most solids.
G"e r.ies." l'i a .:: e ten -the
.... ..... tr;. .:.,.t at -to...say Z
arbCha w s p.of de Haitian .: ei. im. t "
.Embassy u a d C ,uban peoples i tere ted af .It..s go-
if Iere'ted- ih 4hfe-,affai: 'J1s
snt tio the:UN:.h rter'Con- knowledge and mutual 'syrnpa-' .' ., .,
ng sedoo of i-ts teperts t
ence ihSan.-FStrancdisco. For a thief. Allthat oied I n heve f st
A ", Haiti for n on- .the-fiel study.
e he. was aiso %hief bf the' recorded on paper like a n-
."V With offcial.Vanalyses already
i eneh Section 2foth-e Pan mkl --,-. erra recor amg i his book W" h ",- g sesm e already
-. -i a. of. ma-ridde le.o mgeimeA et c opera-
Unigqn iqn': Wasbinton 'does not carryaa .nqtmce ofma- .. ,"', '', .--k.
.,-: :. .... ~n ... .. .., ... tion assured fav urble 6 report
n.. S'... .'1.,.1S-.. -, .S.. teel man is 3ll
nd l7s Fair-int 1949:ew6Yi ws .All w cilh a.vfe reported be- ..
that is needed tg get. things, un-,
issaire of the F di 'gPa- longs to history which .tias its 4 .eg. :
on.s... ando- -. ..:derway... ..
ons and a member of the rights in ci ttlecountries. .
St Hseezms thait'the "aitian ore
ryfof Judges. 'At tile pi.sqnt Since Haiti 'i.s at of West--- .
S. .I ,. j. : ,- analyzed 61 per ,eent m'angan-
im he..is on the Natiobal Com- ern civilization mustst, ollo. h '
.- ese while- the ore. no.being. .
ttee for ,the Susque~centennial the kind of di~cipl e. u~ed i. .. the o re. .no being -..4. ..."
... ", taken out of mines ifCuba only...
elebrations. countries 'in this ,ectiofi of the n ut of mines in.Cuba o "nly ...
..:. .. ,yields 30 'per cent. ,It is,.here-
In betwee h.his travels on-hree woral. ,aMi1'-ispion -tb Havatna- -i
.... .fore a mot favdurabl progno-
ntinet's, Ber'vin was a.:.fr has raised different emotions infore a ab prqgn
l < n bsis.3
uent bryner in the Haiti Jour- -the publi, t iss simPg because
,al and.:Le -Matin. Now'he is li- hardly, a pero' has written in
sector o the' bi-weekly Etincel-\ this fashion in, Naiti and because .i.-
i names Hai"tian and ubn'er- President of Colombia '
It is significant that the Ber-. sonalities now living, who have'" Confers Decoraftion On
Iji. new aper carries this 4uo- -...through thlir'public acts, fallen President Magloire t
nation on the mAsthead: Ln in 'he domaine of History.
t. 4--"The new President of Cdldm-
: '' Ci. Paile ?bia, General Rojar Pinilla,\ has
..just conferred the 'Gi-and 'Cross
Raiue Paille
-of the Ordre de Boyaca on the
L- (ri) Haitian Chief of State.
Minister Ernesto Esguerra
Proudly Presents will present the.decoration to
the President -at a Palace cere-
The Merry Mering ers money to be announced later.

For Dining and Dancing Ciml S
SEvery OCriminal ,Session- boE.:. s sctn Jro.m CheiW. des Doales, he reconditioned A
AROVTDOpens November 20qs beautifully c r- -
WEDBESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY Opens AIR-CONDITIOED u. Cd, ques.The beautiful'
From 8.30 P... Two important cases are on conditiohcl restaurant 1s j':h. ed for its tasty Haitian c'h :s
R. SERVATT.NS SUGGESTED 'PHONE 2380 he docket of the current sea- such as- Tassol and Greot. Soniething ob he seen by n"' is.
""; '-' j sion of the Criminal Court Ra- their Rlhum .mural. a ,marste,.'l piece df work.

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11 ~ ~ ~ ~ p~sne d .trver aIuek 10w Iob.jecnHatie d .letelilya50cmm nse..Cn et.
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tr lroee Daltlemenm redsr la mal i lapot plu r\Enforce ohe slegal taif ilb
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.SUNDAY, NOVEMBER '15th


Willy Brown, Martha's bro-
ther from Ciudad Trujillo is in
town stopping with the Guil-
laume Vavals. Since his visit
.3 years ago he says the music
and especially Lamy has improv-
ed fantastically.


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Wil Marquis, PAA Alrprt day after two glorious weeks of
Maqiager. was aboard the Super- duck,' Guipea hen and orchid
I:- ;, i ._t: 4"
i olpper when'-it. arrived on hunting..Guests of Diand Mler-
ay- his: 'arm in a sling, ritt at'Kl Pi, they have written
had'brbken it when he friqnd- Ernest Hemingway that
bed.his motorcycle into a Haiti is worth while visiting.
l'-'".to .avid hitting a pedes- --;0:-
an while dodging an erratic Mile. Gassy Godefroj will walk
rier," down the Aisle of- the Sacred
S.-. ,- Heart Church of Turgeau on
.Last Sunday was-'Christening Saturday evening, December 5th
: Day for petite Yanick Avin, to exchange wedding vows with
i daughterr of Victor Avin and th4 M. Raymond Graan of *Maisor
: fdrrner. Ducarmen Charles. Edou- Gilg.
ard' Canal and Marie.Ghislaine "-:0:- ,
{' Carr6 were the proud Godpar- Melle Mita Naude celebrated
, patents.' her-21st birthday last evening
-0:- "wfth gala. party; at..her Petion-
: 'Industrialist'Dumont fiellande ville home.

i- back in.'Haitif after a business 0:-
t .ii .to e, Italy 'and Bel- Mr. Wilbert Neptune went'to
.ii, .. ,' Miami this past week to meet his
S ,": ;<-:0:- .Nun daughter vlio is on sick
J.eI'Efli President of Haba- leave from Chile; ,She will con-
nex, expectedd this weekend af- valesce here- eyeral months.
ter talk.i h; .' banana outlets in L: :-': '
S.the Unitedtit ates and Canada. The D vi l6ts leave this
weekend to visit, Mrs. Posts'
S,.- family in "Puerto Rico and va-
SJean Claud Sansaricg left.-
e, a Caur o:Sansricg left.. cation at home in Wayne Pen-
~ Tuesday fq Jamaica on the first" .y before leading for
d. ,..n ...iaa before heading for
| jeo of his flight to Po.rtof Spain, e. ,
3' rf. p duty .at the t. .S. Embassy,. ill
SI.where he will speiid 'four. year .., ';
S.'Paris". .
Sat the Burhain .College of Corn- ,.
merce. He is the son of M.' -:0:-
Rene .Sansaricq of Jeremie and Mrs. Max Sejournp. returned
recently 'graduated from St. home from Paris Wednesday.
SLouis de Gonzague.' -:- *
G. -n l r-- Returning this weekend from
SM/General. Fredrick R. Dent a 15-day sejour in Jamaica is
Sand party from Mobile Supply young Banker Reynold Roy.
SDepot Mobile, Alabama will ar- -:0:-
'rive in Port au Prince today. to To be baptised at the Sacre
visit the USAF Mission. Coeur Church of Turgeau today
S. are. Mile Murial Sendral, the
'Cap merchant Louis Dejoie is 'daughter of Morris distributor
back from U.S. and Mrs. Dadou Sendral. God-
S-:-r parents are Jeannot Simonet and
S Mr.-and Mrs. Toby Bruce. re- Liliane Duvivier.
S'turn to-Key West,. Flrida, Tues- Adrien Michel Boucard, : he
S--- son in hier of Mr. and' Mrs. Ady


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Boucard.' Godfather is Loulou
Dejoie.
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Alfred Spillett of Esso is over
from Jamaica for a weekend
with the family.


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New York bound on the S.S.
Cristobal last Sunday were: Mme
Rende Haughritz, Marcelle .Pro-
phbte,' COcile Lamothe and Com-
mergant George D. Talamas.
-:0:--
I
Mrs. Alfred Guilbert nee Ma-
rie St. Aude has presented Papa
Alfred with a ti Alfred. .
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M. James Madsen of Texaco
has returned to Port with wife
Hilda, sons James Jr., Michael
and daughter Susan.
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Count Ren6 de Chambrun,
French-born lawyer, stopped at
the Hbtel El Ranchq for four
days last week.
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Jeanine Clesca will.b another
.of our December brides. She
will wed Anthony ?helps at the
*Sacred Heart,,of Turgeau the
18th of next 'month.

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Mr. and Mrs. Yves-Bajeux, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacky Deschamps, mo-
tored to Jacmel last weekend.
They didn't make Carrefour Ray
mond, but enjoyed a bath when
the dky opened up on tVeir jeep
on thereturn trip ... they ar-
rived back with. an extra pas-
senger for Xmas a pig !
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Baptised last Sunday at the.
Sacre Coeur was the daughter
of Mr." and. Mrs., Klaus Maehl-
Wan -,godparents w ene Mr, AMe-
yer and Johanna Siegel.
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Roln Wiener, ack from an
extensive 3 month tour of Eu-
..rope believes. that Paris is
still 'the, hub.



Mme Abel Leger is leaving to-
day for.Miami and 'Kingston.
Mrs. Leger means to be 'around
when her new grandchild ar-
rived in Jamaica abient6t.=
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Elvire Mevs clippered to New
York Friday.
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Edouard -Mehuau and Marie
Maud Haraux are exchanging


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. First Secretary of the Venezue-
lan Embassy M. Pablo -Rojas
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lay noon by the congenial Yve R Savain, the babe wlio;
)rietor Mr. Andre Blanchard. made the front* page last week: ::-
Guardia has been transferred with his drum called us up with'.
licaragua. a hot news tip Wednesday. Ma'
S0 had presented him a baby bro-
-ther -Roger Jrv at a priie'- :. u-v
rs. Lionel Paquin and Mrs. thr Roger Jr. at a p 'ize-.
ord Brandt returned last weight of 9 lbs. 4 ozs. He added,
end from a pre-histmas 'too, that when his picture was ;
kend from a pre-qhkistmas
ton.and shopping rip in taken hewas only one year old.
ition. and shopping ,trip in
Y-:0:-
iYork.
Mr. and Mrs. fritz Bellande

uy Horelle is in New York have named their little spou-
re he will study Commerce ponne- Laurence. Our confrre
-:- Le Nouvelliste' erred.



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matrimonial vows December Bella Desrue is back, from.r t-t
12th at the Sacre Coeur. U.S. .
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Having a pre-Christipas wed- Esso Director, Mr Joseh'
ding are Raymond Scott and Wubbold is enjoyig ,his'annnaJ
Alice Destouches. vacation with' the family# i'' ii~"
-:0:- Ida.
Dr. Ghislaine Andr4 and'Mr. -:0:- Ft',
Rigaud will marry December Mr. and Mrs..Rail' Bpcovi
19th at St. Pierre in Petionville. and Gerad Allen eaie.ifing.
-:0:- Cap Haitien and Dau ph ono
Returning to' spend Christmas -MTTC. Line business
with his mother Mm Vve end. Thy .'are expected .o -
Gagner.on after an..absence of tbrn toPort Thesday.
eight'.years in'D Detoit, is Lucien -:0:-
..
Gagneron. Lucien is. coinig. Lovely Mrs..Herbert Goi ,i r-',;
home with his wife -and two ried.. here this week. with
daughters, Suzanne, 7, Louise C. daughters Edith, .and Judy. to,
-:0:- help Papain his research, Naimfera
They studied in France toge-' ly, study the meting.' 'of)'
o g .,.....y.,.0
other: Leslie M4anigat and Marie French, Haitian and Ampei'n. t
Lucie Chancy, and now they cusines. ./ '
-. :
plaI to wed December 29th.. .-:0-
-:0:- Jeannte Bioussb 'is, de:.'b I
'. ,
Wednesday, December 2; has today fom a .business-cu0i'l
been picked for the marriage of sure trip tp Europe, ~tle
charming Yolande Crepsa, to .the Staes .
SGerard Miot.. :' ''- ":- '";
-
-:0:- Mr. Alain Washer.of f'ance
George C. Van den 'erg. is in is engaged to marry, Mlre: f
town. hunting for' a bome now Therese Charmant,:.. -' *-'
N" ', '. .' ,: .
he his decided tostay'a hil .
-:0:- ,, Mr. Daniel'Brun, Mr t, iDO
.Mr Antonio Reveiz istie new minique, 'Miss.Edwige.'Fouhadi
,' 1' '.i"'5
est member of the diplomatic Miss Adrienn&e Chatelin, G,6i
circle here. He arrived from nVieux, Joseph- Segile, '.i
Ouba last weekend to take up his -Cam~ n7 Jean Louis ahd F
,9 -u ".. -i .' "Ja" "
duties With the Colombian En-, George ;oiseyrarrived )hreipj
bassyy. 'day on the SS. Ahcon. .. -
,. o .eJ.- re h, *g,, :o
SMr and- Mrs. Ninton Burns Ffancoise Charlier 'ha
have returned from looking oybr t tohe States to cdntie''he'
h .. *.r--'.
San Juan's forests education. .
S:0: :0
Mrs. Gerard Dufanal. and her Roland de Vauges froi'&e%.
sister-in-law went to the U. S. on MMission Unversitairq .'ia
vacation Wednesday. raise> is in town.
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Mir. Jules -Domond, former, Mile Miplose Dejean-': -
Minister of Commerce and mem rard Leger, Attache at.tbe :
ber of thr Haitian delegation to ington Embassy, have set their.
Panama's birthday arrived back matrimonial date ... November
in town Wednesdaythrilead with 28th in Washington,
a view of the great engineering -:0:-
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4IAITI SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15th
Paize 14~I:N 1;


elaborate gowns their loveliest
Coffee Price Goodl .or 20 YerS coiffers

It was one night when the Ca-
bane Ohoueoune should have
Haiti's 'leadig business 'is a ces say that the crop will be-
had all ring-side seats., As it
qngky good orne t~o bie in, savs late -this ye-ar but abundanit
e o' epv was, the tickets for the Charity
DrWilliam. Cowgill, Coffee Spe- And speculators in the provinces,
Benefit had sold so weU that
stbroitght here for his se--- are already.doin~g a steady busi-
many a delicate -Rose blushed
oie-pot study by le" nes
%virtually unseen in the tOuter
Undfe States Mission.
Reaches.,
He firmly believes that. prices ,
he ebldcofe narie~ llFrench Alliappe,.,, Thes Ball wasoee hrl
",'ihold I llp as opienedt shortly
Arlo nnual $11Orad Success after 10 oWlock by the- Presi-
-yea s a n zd. palls bur No l97
.dent of the.Republic and-the,
_, e othe most- 6oild com- 4'he' Grand-Bal of the French
wife of the French Ambassador,
btiesr bitnesrixeri a4' ov- Alliance was all that*0 tritionl
o f 11 Madame Roger de'Bere l
this andel it. a come to expect. A major
sayspreidlit ay resontkin ou oftop-eve dipointsLile. At 11:30 and//at 1 o'clock iwo'te Fec litc ala aaeCodn.Ii


iV4 He.esays t. u g us a k aA wife of e Prehit o the FrFerhn Aliae
n ou of, give~ve the amyOrmhst
Ha ei on' siilp nloly pin-- Excellec tee Presiien thei seen dancin rwitth Mrs Roert--

Goenmn ofical and oss'if all
vi e selecti of ieh amnsibc
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-.--m---- .'"M.55i romM the top sClaia .wefre--' Brown as' manage I

..tac cirorn Pork au PuRfe spend rI Me Bafyat d an .
v --..-.2 u. sq-hl9Su g--m Re- "AP f:


anctt construction hbsa 45stnAWm-, I-- alnb flf 9 ql05tic ror een o t en e
,j Corlstt psaec-
afrom qap Haitien to She las room enough left over / linens and o ing or sic tively of the Dy Gleaner of




oeorea -ships oemiwars on e or a treasurer of the Jam oa ot,,
erteandOuanaminthe.ofor a 7-Seat lounge afestw. 7 iR.




Is th eaing t aVhe -seasnal reservation i g- bni; r h tIr.To o of cer Ja a.

eat' ,l V as of the Jad9 go I "
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r --.-- -_.Be. .....^u ,'-,1'; r.ic sr .- s
Cdd Truj i y of T ide"e. Liautad, CaruanAssociationa Camille,

er the Venezuela-U. S. run. Thursda evening thile 1Zeple :; tomayor, Sam, Mangones, Harry "
If you like precise figures, thi La .Saine : -6Pb-rii LedGfi'd -.i Tippenhauer l ke temmerr 1
"h had knocked him new Super-sixes measures 11 BL'1Air"aFstJadlejind ari-ed kii soccer Erik


sne seat and he couldn't feet, aix ches fr to i the.eanLy-hous f tHen R esinf f
is brakes. A pedestrian, wiA ve ing aithman$y .Vi'-MgIr': Rey, Denis Salgado, Pooley and

Lazarre/jumpedforti inches cai -KiJ 313 &e iiv M el [(t-; -a el
et out of th way of thl l g 5.5 gallons of .ga BnSineSS8maub ll .bi a :. ,. i:w
S gives i,, an perati Gets Off To-Geod Start at- u fc, dl o
a of 5.00Q i -ti'7.e & l...... ': re t
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H entourages a place to sit dow ca Wednes eay sidn s t- alcans. r ,-i' n r.. ,,r ,
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i a but r. c ieerai?' a R# T0 D .lIl
a da, ".'. L, IJ del
si' -dAA raiger for ati Ti Ame -" r ru avesi lMa
brakes 111 r ica. Mas r .of Ceremonies wasj .p. sR dessert -ld spleta
t mu F riC* nuerge ic director of tourism -.,or s ladjaa .
OlD Ia, Pierre Oh t. After the pre- -
,ap-H.a i, stationio n of a *.ertificats b V l oarcI ad be
; DESQUION Mint auclair Zephirin, the$ awp" s ,ev,
'e nrauedi crowding 9a cirw.s-
S OURGEGoIS, tened car ally to the addresses in -.o
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CARE Vis


cHAITI SUNz


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1I


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Doctor Leaves Formula
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its Madame Magloire Make Mummties


FOR SALE Apply Maisdn Moderne op
Store with imported merchan- Guy Barreyre. Telephone
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S.Tuesday morning the Director tain two cans of evaporate
of CARE and his representative ilk, a one pound package
I M. Samuel Siskind were received .peas and another of rice, twv
S. at the national Palace by Ma- one-pound boxes of lard, one 3
-. m dame Magloire. ounce can of meat
:' -. The First Lc4y offered, her In addition CARE recently o
acious thanks for food the In- fered the Haitian Government
S ernational Organization is offer- large supply of powdered mi
nit her Foundation for.distribu- which wil be distribute
S on to the needy families of through the Public Health D
SHaiti. apartment, Schools in needy areas
:- Ten thousand CARE packages and through the Madame Ml
S will be- distributed during the gloire Foundation:
Coming months. Each will con-


S Candidates For French (Bourse))

I Submit Applications Before March
.'. Candidates for the. French priority : Faculty of Medicine
S, : governmentt bourses de perec- 'Faculty of Law, Polytechnic:
atonementt for the.University School; Institute of Ethnology
.; year of 1954-5 must submit their National School of Agriculture.
.-; plication'at the French Insti- Two points are called to th
.- te Ibefore March 15, 1954. attention of would-be scholarship
~andidatesmust .be Ha}- winners:
., anad,, must be holder of.a 1) The.scholarships are grant
. ,. iltan Diploma in the field in ed for one University Year onl:
l ", -'t'hey have asked to spe- and.can be renewed bnly under
''-' exceptional circumstances.
'1- luwtl ojr.lte Ecole2.Nrmale 2) The scholarship holder
::;' "jper ieu,..and -laureaeds of the must return -to. their- country
:'- rlowlin schools will-have a once their studied are finished.


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Dr. Rodriguez, the Spanish-
born Venezuelan dentist, who'
discovered a revolutionary-for-'
mula for embalming bodies,.'left
Haiti last week after present-
ing'his formula in a letter to
President Magloire as a gift for
the Haitian people.
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ccOasanovan Here Getting
Material For Book
On Old Cultures i
And Latin Customs
French Journalist Jean Con-
tente is spending 15 days in
Haiti as part of his long-range
fact-inding tour that has kept
him on the go for 22 months.
In gatherinig material for a
book- on old cultures and Latin
Oistoms, he has visited Africa,
England, Alaska,. Canada, the
United States, Mexico, Cuba'and
Guatemala. After his stop in
Haiti he will .ontinue.on, to tha
South AmericaE .Continent, .fhen
on to Australia andAsia.: '.;"
We don't know just what I
'tin Custom he is particularly in-
t6rested in, but we couldn't help
riding a hint in the pseudonm I
under which his articles appear',
from .time to- time .in. renOh
pubcations. It's .Casanoya.. -

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Eqroute Home

M Munoz Ma iin, Governort of
Puerto Rloo, returnlng-,wlth his
32~pember. delegatiomfrqm- Pan-
,am's 50th. Anniversary iceelbra-
tiobs stopped ofj in Haiti Fri-
day for a twenty-four hour visit.
Mr. Marin' was received' by
President Paul Magloire at lun-
cheon in his La Boule residence
.Saturday noon.
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