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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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:
AA00015023:00206


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B BERNARD DIEDERICH
"'' EDITOR


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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LAN GUAGE NEWSPAPER


Port-au-Prince


Husband Stabs Pregnant Wife

To Death With Ice Pick
Port-au-Prince has been shak- steel pertruding from between
en y the dastardly stabbing to her shoulder blades. Her faded
death' of 23-year-old Mona Maza- blue night dress was' torn and
intay her 33-year-old husband saturated with blood. According
miim Pervil.. The crime occur-, to Yvonne the woman gasped
SSunday nirht at 8:50 o'clock Continued on Page 15
m a wooden house, No..21 Ruelle
Chardontileres, a hundred yards ,
from police headquarters.
* Yvonne Desroches was sitting
{a the still night across.the road
near the Toussaint statue when
Ahe heard a woman.cry: Samvez- .
1o sauvez-mol. She rari to the ; .*. : ...,?.-
ouP anl found Mona Pervil ly- ',."
ng,on the.filoor with an inch of ;' .



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VC ee young lads, Georges'
anselm6, Joel Philippi, and
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loci" ,--._jornse returned
ozhom school to the Pacot home
of Georges lanselme before noon
Friday and set. to work building
I mitraille. bomb. All went well
mti' Georges Janselme lit his
igaretteilghter
The bomb exploded premature
r and the three young noise
makers were.rushed to hospital
)y Sanon Ulrick, the Army driv-
br of Colonel Bernardiq Augus-
m. The boys were released thwe
bol1owing day with injuries that
0ill -be visible reminders of
Continued on Page 4


Emile Pervil photographed
short time after the crime.


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Harder Times For A Humble Town

Called ((Vieux Bourg d'Aquin>


.In Southern fHaiti is a small,
humble thatch-roofed town call-
ed Vieux Bourg d'Aquin. Of its
atorical background we know
little, but of its present day dif-
iulties we know plenty. Fol-

bwing in the wake of the drop
the price of sisal, this town's
ipal source of income, is an
cute lack of rain which has
mulned their harvest of .ti-mild,
Mheir principal staple food.

.. To get to Vieux Bourg d'Aquin
maybe it would be best to for-


get your car worries and take
one of the camions that are park
ed on the water front below the
Magasin de l'Etat. Just take
about anything going south.
Your first problem is to get the
price settled with the 'master'
of the camion for a front seat
special. Next, what time will
.he leave? And is that time Hai-
tian or American? Once these
battles are settled, you may npt
be too sure if you want to go
or not, but take courage, once
Continued on Page 5


d epuoulique D'AITI


SUNDAY, NoViMIWA 2gpW, a53


Rameau, Confessed Murderer '

Of French Chef Acquitted By Court
Rameau CoachL, held respon- Persons who attended the


sible for the murder of Remy
(Jousse, French 'chef, of .Le-
Perchoirm, was acquitted by the
Criminal Court early Saturday
morning when .the jury entered
a 6 to 6 vote
The public was astounded on
hearing the news, as Rameau
had confessed to Police after
being arrested in his home town
of Marigot, November 1952. The
press of the city were given the
opportunity to hear Rameau's
confession at police headquart-
ers three months later. ,


Court session said a weak pro-
secution and presentation of evi-
dence and a strong defense en-
abled Rameau's release, but ru-
mours in connection with his
release were multiplying like a
forest fire as the Sun went to
press.
For the edification of our read-
.ers wie present the- interview
with Rameau at police head-
quarters January 29th, 1953, as
published in the 'Sun,, Febru-
ary 1, 1953 :
Continued on Page 16


Ja. t&S eilaor, Teci ue

eats Jamaican Visi0tors
by Haz Fr ekleton game a clearer pictu-e of my im
The-most striking features of pressions would be presented. .
the games so far in the faptball In the first match against
series between Jamaicat and Hai- port au Prince, Jamaica lost 4-1.
tian teanis at the Magloire Sta- i The touring team's defence made
dium has been the technical the great tactical mistake of not
superiority of Haitiah soccer and Continued on Page 15
the individual brilliance of Jam- "'
aica's Henry MlJUer, who at cen-
tre half has been the outvnd-
ing player of the series.
Unfortunately the beautiful*
pattern of midfield and approach
movements by the Haitians was
not accompanied by quick, accu-
rate and persistent shooting by
the forwards who were often
well positioned to try shots. .
Perhaps, if I'were to deal '
with the series so far game by .


Delta-O&S Expands
Service To Haiti :
Four Convairs Weekly
Delta-C&S Air Lines will ex-
pand its service to Haiti with
four flights weekly, beginning
December 1, from the United
States through the New Orleans
gateway, via Havana, Cuba, it
was announced this week by R.
L. Webb, special representative.
The new flights will be oper-
ated with the company's new
Convair 340's, will arrive from
I Continued on Page 3


Roussan Camille the outstanding
Haitian Poet and'his wife Laura
Trouillot photographed after
their marriage Thursday Novem
ber 12th, in the beautiful garden
of the residence of Madame
Alaria Fraenckel, cousin of the
poet.


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New Air Line Offers
25-Dollar Trip To Cuba
Sr. Armando N. Carvallo. of
the Compania Cubana de Avia-
cion told -the ,Sun, this -week
with the government O.K. aS-
suied his air line will commerce
a bi-weekly service from Port-
au-Prince, Santiago de Cuba and
Continued on Page 8


RONY CHENET, Jr.
GRANT RESPONSARLS

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PERSONALITY f
)F THE WEEK

ist Monday, in the audito-
of the French Institute,
learned and distinguished
es Bellegarde delivered the "
of a series of lectures.on:.i
Jan Jiterature. When speak-.. ..,.
of this eminent historian,
er and statesman it is dif.
t to restrain one's admira-
and not to indulge- in.- ,'
,tives. And still there is'rb
r way of doing justice-to a,.
of this stature. Monsieur
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ur of the French Institute,, .'
s introduction described hm:.
*Dantes Belegarde at 76,.
Is 'be6'foe" is' strightg sleh- h '
in full physical and intel-
ial vigor. He is universal.
e, Olympian, Goethe'an.,
s. activity knows no limit.'
generously he gives of his
of his .wisdom, of his ex- .:.;
ice. To understand the ''':.
qf his interest, merely re ,
that a few weeks ago' he- .
n Geneva, taking the pylace,..o
e now celebrated ngro.
man Dr. Bunche and de-
ig an eloquent and scholar : 1'
dress before a United Na- .
commission on the criti-.
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ad menacing rM idl problem
ath Africa, then publishing -.
r book on the History of
aitian People, and MondAy,
orm of intellectual realaxa
s. he-wittingly remarked, "
ring an impressive lecture
erature. With superb corn-
of language, an incompar-
acility of expression he
led his hearers every see-
Continued on Page 14


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Page 2 HAIT

of doctors and
A Letter From The Publisher shown increase
People the world over have been jumping at each other's over ten years
throats ever since'a chap named Cain sletw his shepherd brother Secondly, y
Abel in a jealousy case some 6,000 years ago. Port-au-Prince quoted a month
comparison with other world capitals has enjoyed these past ty dollars for
S ears ano extremely low crime rate. The Haitian temperament lodged and ca
does not include a fiery temper which brings forth calamity. But fees excepted]
this week a husband stabbed to death his pregnant wife and torium, instead
caused a sleepless night for a neighbourhood and wagged thou- lars per month
|: sands of tongues throughout the community. A day later the It would be
.t' criminal court session opened and all eyes apparently became would rectify
I focsed on the misdeeds committed in the community this year. an early issue
From. time to time we have'been criticized for our full cov- paper.
erage 'of a crim.e. People have said that crime is something to Thanks again
be passed over lightly, quickly, and forgotten as it reflects shame able interest.
t, on a community. We believe, to the contrary, that crime should Cordia
T be reported in full and exposed to the public in such a manner
as to kill -rumours and a little mystic shistoires.
When a law is formed it brings with it a right and a duty.
If the law gives a person a certain right then it is the duty of e others to respect and not interfere with that right. So a right is Wok Te
a legal advantage while a duty is a legal responsibility. Justice, Works T
therefore, is the fair or impartial rendering of that which is du After dusk
ior just, the principle of fair dealing, rightfulness. -It is the right 'began to fall o
'nd-.active application of just laws. This newspaper as other sdent Magloir
.newspapers does what it can to assist the law by exposing major Haitian Army
.. day inspecting
proven crimes to Jhe fullest.
.' tenaire' work
discovered two errors, in said Independence
.. article, which we feel we should In Gonaiv
bring to your attention. checked the p
:,,.i Firstly, it is not. ..Dr. Roy's on the com
U b. Preventoriums, but the Anti ment built o
STuberculosis Leagues' Prevento- th r.athedral


Ligue Nationale Anti-
-' Tuberculeuse
Port-au-Prince,
le 20 Novembre, 1953,
DO" My -dear Mrl-Diederich: ,

'l"i.hanks a million for your
Front page article about the opehf
jag 'of the Preventorium at Ob-
i;eon-. ."' fortunately, we have


rium, of which organization T
am privileged to be President.
This giant stride in.the long bat-
Lle against Tuberculosis, has
been made possible -by the Na-
tional Bank who placed at our
disposal the excellent site and
quarters, the, generous. private
contributors, and last but not
least the noble Sanatorium staff


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J'i,. S- CONTEAT with the u orid is Alex. Fombrun Jr. at 6
miOiths weighing 29 Ibs. [He is the twelfth entry into the Haiti
.... 'S.Kiddy Photo Contest]. Pppa Alix, controller of the -figue-
.w...a e, for Habanex, is also putting on weight. i


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nurses who have
ng enthusiasm for
despite all odds.
ou should have
hly charge of thir-
an infant to be
red for [Medical
at. the Prevento-
1 of the fifteen dol-
* which you stated.
appreciated if you
these misquotes in
of your fine news-

in for your valu-

ally,
Dr. Louis Roy.

aspects
tenaire,
day
Tuesday as rain
n the Capital Pre-
*e returned by a
plane from a busy
g the tricinquan-
*s in the City of
and Cap Haitien.
es the President
progress of works
lemorative monu-
if native granite.
which will soon
of and the Provi-
nd- the Ptefecture


building. During the tour of in-
slection the Chief of State and
aladame Magloire stopped be-
fore the monument to Empress
Claire Heureuse and observed a
minute of meditation.
Before continuing on to Cap
Haitien, His Excellency visited
the brothers' and sisters' school.
the army barracks where he
examined two colonial bells dis-
covered at Desdunes and at Vil-
lard
Luncheon was offered by Col.
Haspil, the military commander.
In Le Cap after a warm wel-
come the President and his suite
went to see the repair works 'to
the Vertieres monument. Be-
fore emplaning for the capital
visits were made to the Magloire
family home, Madame Narces
Leconte, Beck Hotel, Union Club
and the Bishop's house.

Man Murders Brother
And Sister-in-law
At Cavaillon
News from Cavaillon, a town
on the main highway in the
South, tells of the ghastly mur-
der of a man and woman.
The man held responsible for
the murder of his,brother and
sister-in-law has not discloses"
the motive of his crime.


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER ;


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o eo Jamaicans Ppuar, W ng Frie
te The All-Jamaica Football te Mr. and Mrs. Fernand
0ofromPag 1 which is now playing.a ses gloire receive' the
heir escapade. Doctors said of matches in Haiti as guests of V.A.C., and numerous friends
that this is only one of the the Violette Club has been more their beautiful summer he
rn.many cases that is reoster- .successful in social circles than Kenscoff on Monday eveningan
annually. the have been on, the playing entertained their guests py 1
They suggest that the medical ]ORSE DAMAGES CAR field ... at the various receptions, They were the guests of th
sociation call upon the drugj: At Portail St. Joseph Wednesday at 8 p.m. a horse by the offered in their honour, their Dadlani's on Wednesday and of
sts to' prohibit the sale of ex name of Sultan ridden by a pupil of the Lycee Petion hit approach work has been good. the Franck Wilson's on Thurs
loive-makcing materials, and so a carop given by Anthony Larco cauing. slight d g to the The dept 'nterteption of pass- day at two brilliant reception'
event youngsters from making front of the Kola merchant's auto, es he won the approbation of which showed off Iaitian hos
,aillsnose.-m T, AND SWEET, the charming creatures present, pitality atits best. At the Frahk
a. n mbr fteAscaion of sworn4,f
Wmb. 1%4r e 4,J}ps Tagylo, a41 1 4pIr d.rs441ingn- towardals Wilsoni f ete, AU r La tail
Expert Accountants, i fying to Miamit today to shed light their goal have been well han- lade was presented With sou:
H An tha former management venir by the Jamaican tea
EE PETION Phalanges.... Dr. Jules Thebatid has reclaimed his amaisoin, The team arrived in Port au Fridajy morning the Jaaica
,A big night in the history of the Hotel Citadelle... Prince on Frida 'vpngodeeainoetrwthfica
Citde < 0 r ng of delegation together with poffca,
i ee Petion was Wednesday NEW UVIFORM FOR 4TAX CS last week, and were received by of the V.A.C were recei ed b
omeorto of th,-ahrr fth ueudsCn
nng s ctio You will be able to spot tax-gatherers o the Bure des Con the Violette Club at night at the the Presidenit of the Republic, t6
th. anniversary of the battle tributions from now on. They w ure home of Mr and Mrs. Jocelyn whomi they presented a box of
Verti res. foim: black shoes, blue pants, g t4 blue Pe t McCalla, where they were wel- Jamaican cigars..
urged guests at the soiree, the coat of arms of the Treasury of the Republic and an comed by the President of the On Saturday night their ho
0sExcellency, the Prg ident, idengification number. V., 4. ,C. as Mr. Roland oaslevn
ame Magloiie ap't-:.Q,6 I ,l EflGg A PRE1ENDED On', the following day they jhem looking forwd
Prosper assisted at Sunday evening between 9 and 10 o'clock six o made courtesy clls on the May- fete champetre oM
+eunveiling of a mural fresco were caught smuggling. After their goods consisting of or of Port au Prince, the British laillade on Sunday at Maho
the, Vertieres battle, the work cigarettes, tobacco and toilet soap were seized, the authori- Charg6 d'Affaires, and on Minis- tiere, their trjp oC aiti
ai'tist p ties in charge referred them- to- the justice. tre Lataillade the president d'hon on Monday.
ollowing the ung HARSE COLLIDES WITH MOTORCYCLE COP neur of the V. A. C.
J)9 A, hprse. driventyAdrien Ferdinand collided with motor- W re the ma-
an opening, speech was cye edp No. 21 liver Constant Wednesday at 3:50 p.m. at so pupA of the fqpnprs of the At Labadie i the ktibonit
e bPortail Leogane. Solder Constant is presently recovering nation, and at e statue of the
ctor, at the Secoe r Tah f pna bruisedje thigh at the Militay hospital. osan ovrue ei-liews-ae rmh




R -A UTuI N hanceto a he could ter legal formaitis
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'7. Tt On Sunda night it w s., a thge Cercle.r Toe' girln
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t.0s 4eev coe and tehl fromA a~ n'e he as pmmng
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Fo...... r A. Humble ToWnl their large dry pancake biscuit' teen -the peo ple' ofHaiti and
7" T Or A '111 oWIl called cassava. It is made from the people of APenca,
Ma S, "which is dug up and cleaned by FOR SALE B

.inou'd from Page 1 to .properly learn to read and pealing. Next they' grate .it .
S rite, ,children must go to the [grajd.Ji] and put ,the pulp ih a 'Office.' equip tneletrical ap ..
li'.hey cQ n't waste much neit town, Aquin. Except for a sack to squeeze off the .water pliances, beds,,stovs," drapes, aUll
'inlpmg on 'the route. few private outfits, Vieux which they say is poison. When hotel furnishings Conta Patri- .
.ir dp .to .southern Haiti Bourg has .no electricity,, and t is, dry, they pound it almost,.ciaDuval'Wideia, 15,Rue Oge,
rougbut.yoi,*will'no- water, is mostly.. drawn from to powder in-their wooden mor- Petionville. ', .
some progress bad epn wells. By the way, this town tars. A sheet of tin is placed ...
.' ard-topping he s6uplies the only accessible road over a Tire and -a metal circle ,
V' people w noW l "to the elevated town of i'Asile;, laid on. this'tin serves a4 a mold ""
i e to tr odhi' in which they brown up one sid .
b jeto i... .. .. south ,,
O 'here.,. n- "l As mentioned,: sisal is. theit of a layer of the. course pow-
e cL real stand-by as.far-as an income der. 'Just before it is turned
ea coconut goes. Mot everybody has over, .they sprinkle, on another REATO N
'drink The people' cess to some sisal. Some of the- layer and turn it like a pancake.
S.hwere not. hardened leaves are cleaned by iand, but .It needs nothing elsd for a he
difficult esandare there is also a portable outfit tb. sion, and might help -out a new -
..s.ori"a'diu iculties and are
'"pr humble. If you strip the &bagasse, away from bride 'to get' her meat-balls to /
n y lar, 1e only thing' the fiber it .seems that the ho.a thgether. If you to .Q .
o: '; *'ert. wktc" is;"h e .S.A. has i ;..erat.dempnd at. sample some, try a little peanut .:.
-i" aPiOt 'twenty Present for .the sisaifiber from butter for, taste.. Speaking,6f.g /
"1' tti av' you -Iti and the..pride took .a ,bad 'taste, they also make bon-.on 4
.Tot' ight drop, lea1maly peoe le this powder. It it' he../
.oad "i"a oane However, to hope in.. Maybe 'Amefica has bases for.Haiti's principal source "
t ser at stoiqk pies completed, maybe of starch or .aniadin, ..
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efour .plastic fibers are pushing .natu.- Before.returning to Port au
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Iil. n:tsoe f ra hard ber into the back- Prince, don't neglect to think,.
ground,mor aybe the-u.S.A. is i passing, that things -might ,
finding natural hard ,fib& else work out very different to those
"a" "approaohi' where. What ever the reason, in this towvnwhowere your will- .. -
er han hs would erm. fair-that the U.S.A: ing hosts. Souynirs can be
lttkto the'main'ro et cald establish something to-made out of these hatd .fibel's, '.
'f e safe.l Coptu help the R Haitian to re-establish and if this could p worked qut
S. 'efe Haiti's himself after 1iti'ilid do wellK they vtould find.,a 'use. fopr' :ir"
n ula a 'hen 'at being Aierica's '. foremot't sisal .in future .month .when
i oan 'again,a you 'source of lard fiberr when their their needs will..eurgent...
g b ,ane ,.j ago*n, you ,''- ,' 1.-".. "
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;tit :of T-he:e tfol9k -.certainly ,
,;:d'o-o essa and Haitian -Amnedt
11td"&4-4 there. -.. a, w-,ld'1 be 6 aiing to work fodr SSdlety Elefctfics-rs. .
S ~ps",r 'hu 'le thr. fios h is so badly.
Seexo'yo ed.d' -.'i e' use of the lack. -New York, November itlth:-
ate 6eroof housestatyou '
"' of rain. '' I At the regular' meeting of the
.Hatiain American Artists So-1
pit "dpn't.go ok ng The dre t.this .yr is .o city, held Thursday, 'Nov. 12,'
hotels in' fls to'n of sev- bad- that -animals are dying'off the following persons were elec-,
1d inhabitants. If you, by the scores,;-leaviiig ,many. ted, to serve as officers for .the '.
homee 'Jttell '1atyges kdoi1g little 'f what coming year. ,
Swul :W a ing next' "m i
frq4 .,Iyou) wi-l,. With their crop of ti-mi 'lost Mri Alphonse Ciniber, Presi-
ese s s athetic- the folks.'pon't have much else dent;
i ltrt their best 'to back b n.l This grain takes Mr Antonio Baptiste, -Vice
S You" w.ill never' the place of'rice. in a poor Mnan's President; "i n
io .h the street' home. 'For, all the world,' thi .' '
? e..S,,ey. usually give' ttml. reminds you of buckshot, Miss -Betty Bigby;, Recording1 i 4 '
t ',, ronm.and bed-.to only it has a ,witish-brown col. Secretary; n ihi.lioi t
.hee fpTlk' are'. a our. -Friguently you will notice. ".- o
e.fQr .ouri.rohbled two men standing over a hollow- lMr.ioy.Fentress, Correspond- f. actn' otacto
t so easily diyid- ed-ous log-that'resemnbles adlafge ing Secretary; h yuaP
:,,. .O.r.'eten Tinsley, Treasuerere :1 l
aiyssues. 'The plige mortarar containing this grain that' Mrs. Hlen Tisley, Treasurer; .or dro
ied,'l the mi.dle-of town .they are teeing with logs. to 'Mrs '.ydip. Augustin, Chair-- ,
ll e "Dames or public clean the kernels. These are .Jran of Cultural Activities- D Hian Tra r
... ,.-couple of, days a. laterxcooked and served with Mr. Fred Thomas, Vice-Chair'- Pae .
thede is a small market whatever else is',on hand. man. r ____.- _.-- .
iess carried on here. When e i a sO
ieg. l" called on the pub- Can yoq ;iniagihe buying five .This year, the officers and
re .whatever be the rea- gallons .of .clear honey .for .only members of the Haitian-Ameri- ZaBg m .- ... *
eirybody willingly sends three dollars? They even sell 15 can Artists Society pledge them-
h.l.rs,' even if they can't mangoes for a easily penny selvo to work even harder in XW-41to
'i themselves. Their bun- Another thing' that is on hand the furtherance of the organiza-
nct. only. for eating but is something that you might tion's purpose to build upS
learning. Unfortunately, not get used to eating. ]* is good-will and understanding be-_ _


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IDNPAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1953


I Local Farmers In 4Combites,,

I 0Solved A' Community Problem
When the St. Raphael irriga- ard of living for the farme


of water. It was .discovered
that siltation and vegetation had
reduced the amount of water
available in the irrigation canal
i 30 per cent of capacity. The
problem was solved by commun-
- ity work. Farmers of the dis-
trict working in combites, us-
ing manchettes, long hoes, pails'
and their hands, cleaned it
thoroughly and so returned wa--
ter to the rice paddies once
more.


Our Hollywood
Correspondent .
Collaborating On Comedy

Two foreign correspondents,
one Frederick' Porges, who
writes for a chain of Swiss newvs-
papers on-the Hollywood scene.
and Betty Scheyer,' correspon-
dent for the *Haiti Sun, and
other West. Indian publications,
collaborated on a comedy, dPri-
vate Affairs,, which had its pre-
miere November ISth at the Hol-
lywood Playhouse. The leading
character in this play is one who
has travelled the world over,
looking for happiness, and in
trying to make an adjustment
after being a veteran of World
"War II, found that ,people in
the West Indies got closer- to.
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WISE and OTHERWISE
y T. J Grant
Continued from last week-

.I 'was not pleased with Mrs: me to drop, her from my list of
algren, and I was becoming rich widows eligible for my hand
red of her antics. in marriage. At ,the moment
She, had. lured me. to her bed- Mr. Beria seemed a much bet-
raom with passionate kisses. ter prospect. Not for marriage
6en I hinted'marriage to her, that's *not what I meant -
7he called the an old goat. When the very idea is silly. But friend-
jr: Berip .d' appeared she told ship with a great man like Mr.
5-we, were going to be mar- Beria might be advantageous
then fainted, and 'now she from a social, cultural, and per-
.iMspilled a corpseifrom a trunk haps financial -point of view.
6ont of me,'While yelling at And, goodness knows,' I could
W*to get out of her room. use a little money.
tl.nPvedictable sort of a wo- I made my decision I wpuld
p that's what I thought, stand by Mr. Beria. It was my
.I have told you. I think duty as a humanitarian. The
kast in an emergency. At that man was in trouble, an exile
instant my thinking /was faster from his home land, and probab-
tan the speed of sound. It ly in danger pf his life from
qaua.led, if not surpassed, the agents of Malenkov. Perhaps
|peed of, light. the man in the -corner of the
.What.was the woman up to? room was one of these agents
[he had used her powerful ana- and Mr. Beria had had to kill
mical appeal to get me into' him in self. defense.
at room. Now she was trying. Now that I look back on it,
scare me out of it with a 'all this thinking took less than
Vwyhich had. no. appeal, 'ana- ten seconds.
monii or. otherwise. A. corpse' .During. the less than, ten sec-
t 1.Its throat cut from-'e)i' orids I just mentioned, Mr. Be-
1o ear. ria had been glaring at Mrs.
k Wh t'ever she Was utp to her Walgren with what seemed to
modu. operandi [that's Latin] me 'to be a murderous exprps-
was pecilari *' theas sorts of-g0 .si, on .n his: .face.. ..eared he
gson would have- befuddeled was about to commit one of
l' esser man. You are already the acts of violence for Which
aware that I am not .in that ca- he has become renowned. Had
yegor y_f homo capiens. [More he commited one of them on the
Latin]. person of Mrs. Walgren, I would
'-It came to me in a flash of not have interfered. His ex-
-"
1ght that perhaps it wouldn't perience in.matters of this kind
e such a. good idea to marry is greater than mine, and I
s. Walgren, even if she had would have deferred to his su-
"eant,: what she said. She perior judgement and training:
emed to be just an adventur-., Mr. Beria has not been called the
.ss, and' for ,all I knew might =Great Exterminator. for noth-
iave already spent all the mo- ing.
ey her husband had left her. However he seemed disinclin-
I have a cold- logical mind ',bd to take. any action. He stood
g]ach examines every aspect of there glaring. I was worried.
.very probllem which confronts Mrs. Walgren continued to
te. I .examined this one. scream, now incoherently. I was
'.tFrom ithe expression 'on his worrieLd. People might hear her
.
',pce I knewy that Mr. Beria was and tell' Mr. Nargile that some--
Not pleased with Mrs Walgren. thing was going on in her room.
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standing in the community can-
not afford to be caught in a bed-
room in. the Riveria with an
hysterical woman less than half
my age, not to mention Mr. Be-
ria and a corpse with its throat
cut from ear to ear. What would
people think? What would .the
police think?
Something bad to be done: I
was standing by Mr. Beria Per-
haps he needed a little, encou-
ragement before taking action.
He was in a strange country, far
from his appanages of power,
without his strong arm bulies
of the O6PU. I decided to en'-
courage him gently.
So I said, 'Mr. Bdria, please
shut this woman's mouth. She
annoys me.* *
His reply astonished me.
*Shut it yourself, Mr. Grant.
She is y6ur woman, not mine.
As far as I am concerned she
can yell her head off. The rooms
of this hotel are sound .proof.
That is why I came here.,
As I said, his reply astonished
me, but it did not disconcert
me. As you know, I am not"
easily disconcerted, if you know
-what the word means. If you
don't, ask Dr. Paul Perigord. He
has spent the worst years of his
life trying to educate the igno-
rant. He will be glad to help
you.
-If you are at all astute, you
must..have realized why his re-
ply astohishbd me. As most of
you aren't' astute, I'll tell you.
He said, 'She is your woman.,
It-is true that I have' had
dreams, visions even, of the day
when she would be'my woman.,
my true love, my heart's desire.
etc. Not physically, you under.
stand. I have. outgrown that
sort of thing, like Socrates did.
But I had envisioned a corn
union of souls; a spiritual
union, and a pure companion-
ship to ameliorate the asthma,
'indigestion, rheumatism and fin.
ancial insecurity from which I
am suffering in my old age. And
Mrs Walgren, I had decided,
wi-th my cold logic, was pot thec
woman who could provide all
that.
Do you wonder'that I was as-
-*


tonished?
I looked at Mr Beria. He had
,taken off his glasses, and again
he reminded me of a rabbit as
he blinked at me. 'But this time
a rabbit eating expensive.aspara-,
gus instead of lettuce. A fine
distinction,* I'll admit, but true.,
He looked satisfied with him-
self.
So I decided to ask him an-
other question, pointing at the.
corpse, *This is yotir work, Mr.
Beria? '
He emitted a silly giggle, phss-
ed his hand over his mouth as
if to wipe awvay the shreds of
the asparagus and replied, 'No,
Mr' Grant,"that is the work of
your woman, Mrs. Walgren.* -
At first *I had had a great deal
of respect for Mr. Beria. Now' I
was beginning to believe that
Malenkov and his friends had"
Worked on him while he was in
the Lubankia prison. The Beria
I had read abouL was not given
to silly giggling. On the cpn-
trarty, he was' a stern, merciless
man who inspired fear in all the
unfortunates who fell into his
'clutches. Even Malenkov and
the other .members of the Polit-.
bureau wxere afraid of him.
That's why they conspired'to
eradicate him. '
But perhaps he was just dis-
sembling. Away, from his ap-
'anages o'f power, his strong arm

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bullies, etc., he was adopting ti.-. '
ferent tactics, different strategy
different method. These Rius17'1'
sians you know, are an mhaiz:ng
people. -.They' are not like' us-:.
If they .were they wouldn't be'
communists. -.
I had to be 'careful with a l *an'
of Beria's reputation,
He was not,. it apjeafed, going
to handle Mrs. Walgren When I
looked at her again she hadf.:'.7
stopped screaming, and had
thrown herself on the corpse,..
sobbing her heart out,. and from n .
time to time emitting a plerc'ilt
shriek. This had to be stopped,
Stooping, I took off my right i'
shoe, holding it ly the'toeand'-
struck her a ,sharp blbw 6n the i
jaw with the heel. You mig1ht.'2
think this brutal, but it *as not.
It.was necessary.. I couldnr't'insx.
hitting her With my fist At -my
k -'
age bones are brittle, and I "i-
might have broken my '.hasd.,
Anxhow, the heel did the jo'
She collapsed. .
There was a loud knock on U,.
the door. Beria; who had been '
gazing Vacantly around the 4
room, sprang to 'life' 'Grabbing.
the corpse in one hand and Mrs
Walgren'in the other he shol.
them into the trUnk and closed''
it. Then he tip-toed 'Into tlhe .
bathroom, closing..the door gen- :
ly behind him., .
I picked up-a magazine fronL' ..
a table, .and holding it non-*."
chalahitly in my hand,, as if I had ',
,,'
been: reading it, strode to 1th;, -
door and. opened it. ..
Two men stood there. I recog-'
nized them at once from. their..
pictures'in the newspapers, Time .'
and News Week, ar because. "
had' seen them ori television ..n-;
New York when'Senator- KefauS;,i' 1
ver was investigating crime.;, ,1
,-One of them was Frank Cos."
tello, Emp.eror of the Under- '.
world, King of the slot machines;;
G.enghis Kahn of, the Gamblers
Syndicate in the United States., "V
The other was his Lieutenant, '
Greasy Thumb Guzik; ex-trigger '
man for Al 'Capone.
If ,they had brought Adolph *
Hitler with them I couldn't have
been more surprised.
To be concluded next weeA. .




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I' GIRL WHO ENJOYED.
, MANY ADVENTURES
'HERE RETURNING
..,
cr- Miss Naomi Adams has chang-
ed her mind about staying in
the Sta'tes and will return to
:- Haiti ,bientot., .The tall West
ip' Virginia girl became well known
,'. In front of Deschamps store
selling her :Watchtower, maga-
nes from 346 on. She was
t. able to withstand the heat long-
er than her' 6-foot brother and
sister and her work with the
,witnesses,, was not limited to
Port-au-Prince.
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came up on deck from all sides
and barrels broke loose. Though
the voyage was perilou., she
undauntly came back the same
way.

Another trip was just about
fatal. After sailing to Jeremie
with several other girls, they
took a camion to Anse d'Hain-
ault. On route their' vehicle
collided head-on with another
truck just over a dangerous ra-
vine. As a matter of fact, if
the two trucks had tried avoid-
ing the crack--up in the sudden
dip of the road, maybe one
or both trucks would have rolled
down the valley. When a pas-
senger saw their booksfor di--
tribution, he asked, cHow could
we ever have an accident wi'h
all those Bibles in the lug-


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-'The two outstanding person-
ltles- being -feted in the capital
1s' week ai-e His Excellency
,. Dukuly, Under Secretary of
tte for foreign Affairs of Li-
iand General Alexander
brother' of the Presi-
ep of Liberia.
-:0:-
S nator Marceau Desinor is
to the States on a health trip.
-:0:-
e. Solange Staco and Mr.
ienne Chatelain will exchange
do's in thle Sacre Coeur
Iurch of Turgeau Thursday,
cetmber 1lth, at 5:30 p.m.
Ii -::- 0
Mrs. Mario Pierre-Louis cele-
gated her birthday Friday. Ma-
o 16ft Saturday on a business
. to Ciudad Trujillo.
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eictor Boucard is on a busi-
S trip. to the United States.
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erre Celetif-& retutring on,
Cristobal from studying in
mama.


tcively Ghislaine Mevs will
down the aisle of the Sacre
eur December 16th with Guy
aque of the Preetzmann -
gerholm Company.
*-:0:- '- '
e .Paula Michel, a labora-
technician at the General
pItal, wed M. Albert Char-
m!an accountant at the Maison
dsen & Co., Wednesday, at 10
The ceremony was cele-
ted in strict intimacy.
-:0:--
rs Albert Silvera is back
spending six months in Eu-
e. with her /daughter Eliza-
&i. Mrs. Silvera's mother,
sWiener, is expected home
month.
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18 American bankers continue
their Caribbean tour today after
an enjoyable weekend at the El
Rancho.
-:0:-
Saturday Was the christening
of Jacques Efheart. the son-ip-
heir of Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Etheart.
-:0;-
Big Californian Jim Kadan re-
turned home Thursday after a
prolonged visit .
-:0:-
George Hoffman, Programme
Officer of the USOMH here, is
leaving this weekend for annual
leave with his wife in Washing-
ton.
-:0:-


Louis Griswold, brother of
Sonny of -the American bar, was
obliged to call off lis Wednes-
day evening, party because of
fever and 104 temperature. Louis.
is' hete With'ilfsi eiotfi^nohe of
the most ditiguished visitors
to Port


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Max Elie is' Havana bound to-
morrow.
-:0:--
MTTC's Ralph and Mrs. Berco'
vici left town yesterday for blusi
ness in Cuba. The young cou-
ple were here* on their bi-annual
visit for a month at Robert
Baussan house in Kenscoff.
-:0:-

Sunday morning the .Gov-
ernor of Puerto Rico Mu-
noz Marin was up bright and
early. At 7:30 a.m. he visited
the centre d'Art and purchased
a Bigaud. Mrs. Marin bought an
Amiama and. commanded a Mau-
rice Borno for the Governor's
house. Secretary of State Car-
rion bought a Benoit and an
Alix.
-:0:--


Ben Aboudi is back in town
on textile business staying
with his cousin, Albert Silvera
at the El Rancho.


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Bill Files of PAA flew the
DC-6B to Port of Spain Wednes-
day and continued on to Rio on
a fact-finding trip. He has pro-
mised to write a tale of his visit
to colourful Rio
-:0:-
Manganese tycoons Gerard
Faubert, Arthur Bonhoaime and
Andre Beaulieu have returned
from contacting a JU.S. firm for
the exploitation of their man-
ganese.

-:0:-
Mile Micheline Georges and
Mr. Armand St. Cloud will ex-
change the vows of holy matri-
mony in the Sacre Coeur church
of Turgeau, Saturday, December
19th, at 5:30 p.m.
Ex-Secretary of State Clement
.. .-
Jumelle, Director Gpneral of the
St#tistlcs Service, celebrated his
birthday anniversary Wednes-
day.


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Back to Haiti after a two-
month stay in the U.S.-and Can-
ada are banana tycoon Jean Elie
and his wife, the former Lisette
Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Elie arriv-
ed in Port Tuesday and were
greeted at the airport by friends
and officials of the Habanex.
Mr Elie's trip was reportedly
connected with the finding of
new outlets for banana and the
promoting of the agricultural
development of Haiti.


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Fiances are Mile Marie-Therese
Charmant and M. Alain Wache.
-:0:-
Mr Andre Faubert, Haitian
Consul in Miami, is returning
today to Florida after a week in
Port.
Mr. Eric Madsen, distinguished
Consul of Denmark, celebrated
his birthday last evening with
all the other Madsens and
friends.
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Mrs. Andre Esper returned
Friday after six weeks in New


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American economist John R.
Churchill is back in Haiti after
study in the U.S. Mrs. Churchill
is presently teaching at the Hai-
tian American Institute.
-:0:-
Oil men Mr. Byron L. Ram-
sing, J. L. McCord, Erbert J. Na-
deau were in town at the Dam-
balla this week for talks with
Max Denis.


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store.
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Helen McCord, a dear friend
of Haiti, has re.ur.ed once more Mr. and Mrs. Franck Borda
to the local scene, were blessed with a son in
-:0:- York, November 6th. Papa ai. :
Robert and Florence Folsom Ma are returning with thlr i
are spending a short vacation in pride and joy on the 20th pfo e- f 'PD
San Juan, Puerto. Rico. member.
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A double f6te 'was celebrated The Augustin Pierre hoie-
*\ A ;gTrs te .'r r "-'
at the Pacot villa of Engineer hold was gaced with the ariV-
Pierre Etheart Sunday. Birth- al of their latest addition : Frilt$z
day observers were Alix Pasquet Mama and Fritz are enjying ;
and his mother-in-law, Mrs. the best of health.
Pierre Etheart. -:0- ...'
-:0:- Mr. and Mrs Rene Giordani-i. ',
Bernard,. the son of Deputy [nee Jacqueline Chenet] celebra.;.
/ .e.. ra-
and Mrs. Woolley, is growing in- ted the arrival of their spn Rene:]i
to a fine outstanding citizen. November 13th.
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Evelyn Elsen is returning to Suzanne, a lovely baby gi;':
the States this weekend. was born to theAnloine IDav..
-:0:- family November 15th. Mother .
Down from 14ew, York looking is the former Mlle Martha Dui .
over his business here is Mr. moulin. '
Nessim Dayan. -:0:-
-i0:- The Andre Espibgle have re-
Jamaican businessman Charles ceived a nine-pound Andre Jr..
Kelly, his wife, and his three Both mother, formerly Mercia
children clippered in from King- Michaud and baby are doing '
ston Thursday to reside at Trou well.
du Nord. -:0:-
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The Esso Club gave a swell the Marcel Ducasse family. Ma .-
.buffet dansant, at the Casino was formerly Mile Bertha Fou-
Friday evening 13th. The party chard.
was enjoyed by club members -:0:-
and their friends. The stork visited the Maxime
Q._ Leon household Monday-and de- ,

Dutchman Antonius Hoogland livered Patrick, a healthy baby
arrived from Nassau Tuesday to .boy. The lucky mother is for-
alk over Curacao Trading Co. mer Ginette de Catalogne.
business with manager Dick :0:
4eegstra. NEXT WEEK
-:0:-, Reportages to appear in. our
The International Harvester next issue include: First Meet-
and Bucyrus-Erie Company, in. of International Club of CoMn
howed a film Monday night and merce; Hotel School; Jamaican
spent Tuesday educating tractor Personalities visiting Port; Te
jockeys on how to handle and work of Engineer Boisson.




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wed lovely Els
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Bruce w)hQ has
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maintain their -machiner:y. t .,.
"0:- fessors were Mr. Henry M; SaW
the Pirate basket. cido of Wisconsin, and : "
Savain, son of the Aria%, 1. H; Garibbean. ref
aul Savain, will tatlvy. .
with Yvette Ca- ile, Paulette Debrosse, daugAT
cre Coeur in Tur- ter f fr. and Mrs. Demoshi
r. 10th. Debropse, will exchange.
:0:- vows pf holy matrimony.wi
t Director of the Mr Daniel Perou, son of M'r.a i
Guy Laraque will Mrs. EIugene Perou, Thur1.Qy., .
a Charles, daugh- Decwe r ,rd at 6:3.0 p.-it tfh6
I Mrs Dleudonne Sacr Copr church of 'T
Sacre Coeur De- 1It 13 reported that tw# 41f
ball ornaments will be
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is vibrant Jeanne team is to meet our Nat
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ty Of The Week ing he empt
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resunmniv.Ofeing he emp]
(Continued from Page 1) his entire
,1- ,old home, situated in the midst of the peop
of a miniature park, a stone's life he has b
throw from the Champs de heavy debt
Mars. He has lived his whole deavoured.to
life 76 years in this same possible.
House, the home of his parents. Updn our
He is surrounded with a charm- us a list o
ing and happy family of chil- ties, begging
dren and grand children. He at- moderation.
tended the neighbourhood pub- in any case
lic school and received his en- During his
tire education, -Law School in- has served
cluqled, in Port au Prince. With eral acader


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titude and deep feel-
hasized the fact that
education was a gift
pile and that all his
been mindful of that
which he has en-
o repay in every way

insistence he gave
f his official activi-
g us to use it with
That we must do
for want of space.
long fruitful life he
as professor -in sev-
mic departments in


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Haiti and abroad, as Ambassador
lo France, to the United States
and to the Vatican, as financial
adviser, as Cabinet Minister of
education, of agriculture, of
worship, as Secretary General
of the Chambei of Commerce,
as delegate to practically all of
the great international conven-
tions where the voice oi Haiti
was to be heard, as head of the
permanent delegation to the Uni
ted Nations and so forth.

The most impressive thing
when one speaks with him is


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not perhaps that long record but
his youthful enthusiasm, his
tireless energy, his clear and
vigorous mind, his amazing aem
ory, his flawless courtesy, his
intense love of life in .every
form. What an example, what
an inspiration to the youth of
Haiti, we could not help saying
to ourselves ,as we parted. He
has so much to give that people-
should repair to his home as to
a shrine in order to seek vision,
courage and wisdom.


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fiuiisband-Stabs Pregnant Wife

To Death With Ice Pick'
Continued from Page 1 The police went to the
"i'- : and'-found a woman quite
t ta' plea to be carried to the Mr. Racine, the wComm
pital before she completely. du gouvernemern*, arrive
'ped to. the wooden floor, drew up a uproces-verbal
Jacques Laroche of the R
persons'from the upstairs ches Criminelles, comme
o Ihe:ihouse which contained thorough 'on-the-spot min
, se families came rushing tion. Emile Pervil ide


scene
z dead.
issaire
ed and
.. Lt.
lecher-
nced a
restiga-
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pon the scene at the same- the woman and said that they
nt and-saw Emile, the mur- had had an argument and she
rushing out towards the began fighting and picked up an
'Jlere he paused for a ice pick. He had disarmed her
&tto take cigarettes, from and in a moment of anger
*nt -he had sent from the struck her with the ice pick. He
:bforethe crime .to make stressed he had dealt but one
urchdse. Going across to blow.
headquarters, he told the
r, on duty that he had had On the day following an au.
ument and a fight with topsy revealed the woman had
WIe. He said she had.been been stabbed eleven times, once
d .. .. froin the front to the'heart and


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ten times in the t-ick. The au-
topsy revealed no sign that the
woman had struggled.
Yvonne Desroches was the last
person who talked with the
murdered woman. She had been
standing at the fence speaking
with Mrs. Pervil who was nurs-
ing her 9-month old child in her
arms. Yvonne mentioned to po-
.lice later that Mona had been
suspicious of the contents of a
bottle of medicine which was to
settle her stomach. from vomit-
ing as she was three months
pregnant. She said the bottle
appeared to have been tampered
with and she was not going to
touch it., Saying she was tired,
she entered thp house to put
the baby in the- crib in their
front room. Her other child, 2
and a half year old Lionel, was
out with a neighbour. When po-
lice searched -the house they


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found the medicine bottle i
waste' paper basket and
wooden handle of the ice"
behind- the door.
Police are analyzing the
tents of the medicine bo
Your Reporter heard the w
spread at the scene of the cri
and later by the press
Emile, a taxi driver, had
his car and was leaving the v
next day to live in the Un
States. The American Em
sy. when asked by the 4unr
this was true, replied that
one by that name had rece
a visa to the-United States."
. Tall, muscular Emile, a ,aI
of Cap-Haitien, ha'd been
some time' trying, to bor
money from his friends.
though.,he Has lived one an
half years with Mona they %
only married two months
He-dressed presentably and
been involved in homose.
scandal.


HAITI'S SUPERIOR
TECHNIQUE BEATS
JAMAICAN-VISITORS
Continued from Page 1
marking the opposing forwa
closely. In the -W- formal
which Jamaica plays, this la
is almost suicidal.
SConsequently .th, e Porkr
Prince wing forwards
Pierre and Andre Vieux ci
move about as they wished
S ing enough rooin to. inbulgi
clever interchanges with t
inside forwards Joe Gaetl
and Antoine Tassy.
'Nevertheless it was cle
seen that despite the superior
of Port au Prince players in d
bling, trapping, inter chang
and positioning Jamaica's n
S direct methods through the
die often provided grand scot
S opportunities which were sp
by the slowness and inaccu
shooting of the forwards.
The 2nd match which ended
a 2-2 draw with champions
lette, gave a truer picture of
ability of the' Jamaican play
The defence marked their
pohents and the touring te
were soon leading 2,0 thro
.9 two brilliant shots by Noel T
pin playing on his best forn
Temporary lapses by Da


d in
Vio-
the
'ers.
op-
eamrn
)ugh
Tap-
In.
nny


greater temptation to speed last
week. The result: Bartholan
Obas lost control of his camion-
nette and capsized on the road.
Bartholan Obas died instant-
aneously, and passengers Elie
Louis, Ovil Robert and Lapose
Monroe were carried to the Jus-,
tinien hospital in Cap Haitien
suffering body injuries.


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n a Sharrers at full-back. gave Vio. '
the letter the'chance of scoring th ""
pick equalizing goals.. Oh thW run of
play Jamaica. had the edge in
con- this game and lost two really -
ttle. fine opportunities of winning
word when inside right Dudley Smith
rime missed two gifts' from heaven ....
that The third match..which saw. '
sold Jamaica losing 1-0 to Violette
very .was an ihglorious exhibition-of
lited inaccurate shootingby the Jam-
ibas. aican. frontline, particularly cen-
n if Atre forward Ansell and inside
t -o left Alcock. .
ived Territorially -Jamaica were'on-.
top nearly all the way in i-j -',
itive game. Their football had more..
for design. to. it even -although it'.
rrow lacked fifish." Haig's winn ,'ing .:.
Al- goal in the second half was a
nd a grand effort 'taken in the sorf.
were of opportunistic style which '
ago., marks the good goal getter.
.has Now a word about the referee-
xual ing which has all been absolute-'
ly impartial. In the first .two,.
games referees Audant and Beau..
voir were quite good.
But in the return match with r
Violette referee Vendryes show- ".
ed inexperience and" lack of .
ards knowledge of the rules. He wasr, .
tion, quite honest, no doubt, but his ,
apse blowing of outside left'Parlger
for offside in the first half when .
au two defenders were on the goal
Roc line; his allowing Haig's. goall
otld when at least -three players were.
hay- offside and his constant blowing ,
e in for foul, when two players in- "'.-,
heir playing distance of the ball,:
jens fairly charged, showed up lack il
of knowledge.
early But I repeat, the refereeing at
)rit' all times ,was impartial and fir .
Irib-. the first two matches particu- .
going larly good. '
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mid-, Driver.Killed, 3 Pasengers i'
ring Injured As Camionnette
)oit Capsizes In The North
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RAMEAU ACQUITTED -
BY COURT
Continued front, Page 1

Police officials rolled up the
curtain on the Second Act of
the grim drama of aLe Perchoir.
last Tuesday by producing for
the Ibenefit 'of the Port au
Prince ptess the 6 persons who
have confessed to playing a role
in the murder of French Chef
Remy Jousse.
The murderer himself stocky
27-year-old ex-kitchen boy by the
name of Rameau Coachi, has
been in the hands, of police
since early last November when
he and his chief accomplice, 17-
yeartold Emmanuel Saintil, were
arrested in their home-town of
Marigot. However, it wasn't
until last week that the local
journalists were given the list
of those arrested and why.
*Besides the two principals in
the drama it includes:.


SLe Perchoirs kitchen boy
Destiny. Cherilus who admits
catching sight of the murderer
with the blood of his beheaded
victim on his clothes. But Des-
tAi says he was warned- his wife
apd four children would suffer
a similar fate if he told .police
the identity of the culprit. When
: Destin was questioned immedi-
.ately afte0 the crime, he first
, accused, American bartender Wil
- 1ain Burke and when Burke es-
tablished an. alibi, confessed to
the crime himself. His fear of
the .muT4erer was still very evi-
dent when he was in the same
room with him during the press
Interview.
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bour of Rameau who warned the
murderer by letter to lie low
since .the police were searching
the country for him. The letter
was found in Rameau's wallet
when he was placed under ar-
rest.
Theodore's concubine Decima
Ciprien who hid the machette
that served as the murder wea-
pon in their Bel Air caille.
Germaine, alleged concubine
of the murderer and former em-
ployee at *Le Perchoir.
In your Reporter's interview
with Rameau, the ex-kitchen
boy coSfirmed our story publish
ed last fall on the probable mo-
tive of the crime. It was ven-
geance. And it did involve his
peasant's attachment for the
land he had been given by Per-


tivate fresh 'vegetables for the
restaurant and for himself on a
sharing basis. When he was
fired as kitchen boy on Septem-
ber 6th allegedly because he
spent too much time in the gar-
den instead of the kitchen -
Rameau stilL trudged up to Bou-
tilliers each day to continue
working on his small crop. Ob-
viously he felt the crop was his.
since, as he told Youi- Reporter
.I, myself bought the seeds.,
On the Saturday before the-
crime the French Chef ordered
him to get off the land and stay
off. Rameau showed us with
graphic acting how such an or-
der gave him a pain in his
stomach. He went down to Port
au Prince, bought a new ma-
chette and took,it to a shop to
have its edge sharpened to razor


a mere 40 gourdes for playing brief month of freedom.
his dangerous role as look-out All six persons are now aw
man. ing trial.
He was also quick to put the Next week an account of
finger on his young accomplice Court procedure will appear
when police nabbed him after a full.


choir proprietor Noustas to cul- thinness. ''I hen on Monday even


At right: Rameau. His Cousin Enmanuel Saintil who. acted as
lookout man is at left, and later died in Prison.


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ing, September 22nd, he took a
camionette to PationviUe with
his quiet-spoken cousin, Emma-
nuel Saintil. He hid in the gar-
den until the cook wen. to bed
and theri, "while his cousin kept
watch, he slipped into the cook's
bedroom window. stepped on the
bed without waking him, then
decapitated him with 'three
strokes of the machette. After-
wards he turned' on the light
and emptied the cash box con-
taining 1.150 godrdes. He denied
that he 'spoke to or threatened
the night watchman, disriissing
the man's claim of being ter-
rorized by an expressive shrug
of the shoulders.
Rameau and his cousin walk-
ed1 down the road past the sana-
torium ,and on to Port au
Prince where young Saintil
showed up -for work at his
usual time' a't a Lalue bakery..
Two days later, Rameau moved,
out of his caille at Pqste Mar-
chand and found another' hut at
Bel Air where fie handed over
the tell-bale machette to a neigh-
bour's woman for safe keeping
and lit out for supposed safety
in his nativee village together
with his frightened doe-eyVed cou
sin.
He spent the loot of his crime
on some new clothes and several
Head of cattle, giving his cousin


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