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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."

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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:
AA00015023:00207


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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
-Port-au-Prince R6pubUque D'HAITI SUNDAY, NOVEMBER


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wftographed by'Your Reportert- Antonio Pedro charged witl
iJWng -Monique Atidain. Upper insert: Pedro talks with'pul
duringng recess. Middle: Pedro receives pleasantly a 7-year srui
ice. The defense is, congratulated. Lower insert: Pedro leave
urt 4 a.m. Wednesday morning to do his short sentence. "
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29Lth, 1953


Antonio Pedro Receives 7 Years.

SHard Labour For Stabbing
Forty-two-year-old Antonio bronchial pneumonia that she
Pedro of Cavaillon was sentenced contracted later. Anrd that if
last Wednesday to sexeon years of the-girl had been in good heaTth
hard labour for the stabbing of Continued on Page 2
his one-time mistress'Monique
* Audain during a-'drunken barn- New. Airline l0A .
boche near Carrefour 'on June" Had Inaugiral
24, 1950. It was a sentence wel- Flight Saturday ,
corned with obvious relief by the Yesterday the Compania ,Cu-
defendant who had at an earlier bana de Aviacion made its iniu-
trial been sentenced -to death for gural flight to Port au Prince
the crime. from Santiago de Cuba. +he
The jury in this case took into plane left the Cuban airport at.
consideration Dr; Marlo Cap- 10.30 in the morning and landed
rio's testimony .. which alleg- at Bowen Field a' little after.
ed that Monique did not die This convient link with an-
from the stab wounds but from Continued on 2

ameau Croichis Cam -

Go es To <
Rarely has Port-aua-Prince been Cour de Cassation.


as shocked as it was the day word
gct around that Rameau Croichi,
.confessed muprdered of the
French Chef at aLe Perchoirs,'
had been acquitted by the Cri-
Sminal Court when the jury stood
*.deadlocked six to six.
And there was a great sigh of
relief when later reports an-
notinced that the prisoner had
-not -been released ... that he
would -be kept 'behind bars un-
til his case is brought up once
more at the next' session of the

SPresident Had

Aircraft Carrier
The President of the Republic
w~s guest of honour yesterday.
at a luncheon- given aboard the
h giant aircraft cariier 'Midway.,


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Furcy Houngan Given 15 Years

w Hard Labour .By 'Court
It was sweltering j\ the Cri- the case of the Republic against
inal Court Room Monday night Houngan Cesar Charles of
a. every available inch of space Furcy.


. taken up by spectators
.ggA;,.awaiting the onutcolne of


Rural policeman Ulysse Fan- -
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He was -accompanieQ by Min-
isters Zephirin, Jumelle, and
Liautaud, the President of ,the
Senate, Charles Fombrun afid
President of the Chamber of
Deputies, Adelphin Telson; Su-
preme Court President Joseph
Pierre-Louis, General Antoine
Levelt, Colonel Stephane Wool-
ley, Colonel Marcaisse Prosper
and Captain Georges Bavard.


American Ambassador Davis was
also present.


This decision ,has been- round-
Continued on Page 2
Madame Mpgloire
Attends Recital
At Chez Mme Brouard
Madame Paul .Maglpire, -Ma- *-
dame Prophete. )Madame .Pros-
per and an attentive group'
of music lovers were pre-
sent Friday .evening at a stir"
ring. Recital held at the PN-
tionville "home of Madame Car-
men Brouard., '
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Lunch Abroad'

Midway Saturday
A 21-gun salute was fired as
General Magloire' and his party
Continued on Page 15.


Thousand Dollar Deficit
At Tax Office
Employee Jailed
Wednesday a fraudulent defi-
cit was registered at the Tax
on Vehicle Section of the Port
au Prince Bureau des Contribu-
tions. After a thorough inquiry
which began at 9 a.m. and end-
ed at midnight" the employee
in charge who earned 175 dol-
lars a month was arrested and,
placed in jail.


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PERSONALITY i
OF THE WEEK -.

e Pan American Union, used -
ture of Ti Marcel in action
month to brighten the cov-'4
'the, special Haitian eljtioL..
imericas magazine.- Earli."er.
year a two-columned -cut of
aimed Haitian drummer was
Sin the hemisphere section ,fi'-
[ME. This fall he sa '0 ;
stage of a Broadway theatre '
ovide the throbbing .hy. ..
for Leon Destine and his"
e troupe. What does- Ti
el say about all this? Anl
a fai main anlUn [haotig.
esses me]. And right nirow
back trom Manhatta Ti Toi
or)F a place, to beat his, tam-
at a' profit to support
Madame. and three cil-

me critics cball the lacbnic '
mer Haiti's number e'q
our artist. -At least tbei
ConMinud on Page 15





Largest Charity -Fete
winter season,r the Madame '
)ire Foundation's Pire
Eto.ie:,will be held Satu-'
Deoember 19th, at thea Ca- fi,.
Internatio-al. -" ... t
re wal: be sumptuous food .
dripk bars, shooting 'gal- :
, games of chance dtidany- -
as well as the dancp-.ifusic-
e'best bands 'of the -Cpitali,
Jazz -des Jeunes ard te '.
Y Orchestra. Mr and Mrs .'
n! have graciously offered
Dse the Cabane Choucoune.
everiing so that their lively
can take part in the Fete:
nel ?ayard, head of the Hai-
Coast Guard is providing ." ',,.
Boats for promenades sur

ey raised at the Fete wil .. ,
sed to provide P&re Noel ,
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Gourt Acquits
Merizler Louis
Thursday evening the current
sesgeon of the Criminal Court
closed with the acquittal of Me-
rizier Louis. a feeble-minded lad
from Bois Martin, who was ac-
cused of being an accomplice in
a murder.
The murderer, Merizier's fa-
ther Toussaint, died in prison
before he was brought to trial.
The crime occurred last Au-
gust 15th when Toussaint, in:-
dignant at the charge that he
'bad stolen a cock, waylaid his
,. brother Nilus on the road and
stoned him to death. Then he
cut the figgernails ,ears and hair
from the corpse to put in a bot-
tie to escape being haunted by
Sthe ghost. Merizier, hi- sori, was
standing by during the macabre
: operation.,


Verdicts Of The
Criminal Court


Other verdicts handed down
by the Criminal Court which
has just adjourned its current
session :

Sainvil Henrilus and his fa-
ther Henri Henrilus were sen-
tenced to five and three years
of forced labour, respectively,
for murdering Sibilus Jean at
Turbey, a rural section of Croix
des Bouquets on April 21st,
1952. Accomplice Deralus Lu-
cien was acquitted-:

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Hibbert Demesyeux was sen-
tenced to 15 years of hard labour
for murdering his nephew Jean-
not Demesyeux. The 15-hdur
session was presided over by


Antonio Pedro Receives 7 Years

Hard Labour For Stabbing
Continued from Page 1 cane.
at tte time of the stabbing, she The jury, after a deliberation
S..wuld have been able to survive of 20 minutes, agreed with him
her injuries. that Pedro was a menace to so-
The defendant apparently had city, ,but recognized the fact
-gained weight during his year that there were-extenuating cir-
'\in prison awaiting a second trial. cumstances in favour of the ac
N, I.-Ie..-said he couldn't remember caused concerning the girl's
whether hbe had attacked the .death.
-girl or not because he had b..en
-iery drunk at the time. He of- Defense Counci! included At-
":"er1ed as proof of his morality and trrneys Maurice Dclill-:, H'?r-
virtue' that he had arrived in rp..nn Chancy, Ulrick Rey, Edou-
g4a'iti from Cuba where hc :frdc Pierre-Pierre, Jos.ph PIe,'re-
"ad been working with 7.C )0 Victor and Ernest Brea.
,4llals to open up a busine.-A Partie Civile: Attorne-s Char-
.itriiig the time of -the Expos'- man,t and Wadest.randt.
g en..Mg. Charmant, the .PaI-' Prosecutor: Attorney Gabriel
Civil. charged that Pedro'. Volcy.
'li,"si iesg was trafficking in co- .Jfdge: Franck Sylvain.

.... Rameau Croichi's Case.

Goes To GCour de Cassation,
TCon tfued from' Page 1 '. Le Jour also charged that the
-^,econded in the local press, unrest in the court was caused
.J.our*, explains why it was .by the -demagogy, of Defense
sible. Attorney Pierre Louis w ho
tIh'n .its.. issue on Tuesday, No-, nade. ,a fiery speech bring-
zimber 24th, it pointed out thaL ing up the unsolved Martissant
rench Jurisprudence calls .for Crime and a niimber of other
i.'a.tquittal. of, a defendant .in things not, specifically concern-
.e 0of. a. six to, six ,eadlock of ed with the .case.
jelIury. but Haitian Legislation
-.:... Observers felt that part of
es-a.not agree. It requires ahn
..' .. t r aithe blame of the unusual ver-
bsolt majorityy vote for ac-
Sajrity ote for a- dict could be laid on the shoul-
..ll..tta.- -'ders of- the State Prosecutor

; Le '$our -Iso pointed out irre- who didn't seem well quaintpd
ra iies in the trial that were with the case. and seemed .hard
ftional reasons for nullifying put to it to ask the AIecessary
: verdict -'the clamoring of question in the cross-examilation
.e spectators which constantly to 'bring out the murderer's
a" r.pted, proceedings and in- guilt.
aence jurists. Also three mem Croichi, following the Ipad
of' the jury left the deli- of his attorney, admitted his
nation -room before the verdict confession on the witness stand.
;S.annouuiced by fbe Prerident But, added that he had been
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Dean Lelio.,Dalencourt. FOR' SALE
xxx Office equipment, electrical
Seventeen-year-old Jesula For- appliances, beds, stoves, drapes,
tund was acquitted on a charge all hotel furnishings. Contact
of infanticide. Patricia Duval Wideman, 15,
_- Rue Oge, Petionville.

Madame Magloire Attends Recital

At Chez Madame Brouard


Continued from Paoe 1
Yolande Wiener's gentle voice
and clear enunciation, Maryse
Questel's fine mezzo soprano and
Georgette Duplessy's vitality all
were shown to advantage in the
programme of Tone Poems.
Madame Brouard exhibited her
excellent technique as a pianist
in two selections and a quintet
of some of Port-au-Prince's 'best
female voices rounded out the
evening's -enjoyment.
Included on the programme
were:
Tone Poems Yoklnde V"iener
Plus qu'ennuyie Triste
by Marie Laurenzin
Premier Amour
Devant le Couchant
by Renee Vivien
Tone Poems Maryse, Questel
La Cloche FOlde
by Baudelaire
Lassitude
by Renpe Vivien
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by Mor6as
Le Jour n'West que Silence
by Jean Erierre
Tone Poems Georgette
Duplessy
Quand AMol Oeil Plonge Dans
Tes Yeux
by Heine
Priere de Madam" Eliyabelth
Adieu
by Lamartine
Quand je Seral Mort
by Carl Brouard.
Selections from Lassitude,
Voici que TV T'en T'as, Sous la
Cendre.,
Piano Selections by Madame
Carmen Brouard: -Melanrolie
Soir a la Mer Frappee.

Maryse Questel accompanied
by a quintet composer of Mrs.
"Albert Silvera, Madeleine Mars,
Mrs. Andree Denis. Yolande
Wiener and Georgette Duplessy
sang L'Aimoaur, L'Amour from
Au Bord de la Yebra by Madame
Carries Lemaire.


B. F. Goodrich
UNIVERSAL

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Distributors :
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Port au Prince
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Jhr6mie
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Aux Cayes
BOUCARD & CO., Jacmel
ALPHONSE'ARTEAGA
Gonaives.


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29th


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*A view of -the Hotel School-kitchen. The French Director of
the Hotel Scjzool, Mr.'Fabien Perret is seen supervising students
on food preparation.
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oI deSchool Training 60 Pupils

For Positions in The New Industry


Haiti's brand new IHotel School
s already cut of the diaper
stage and threatens to grow out
of its britches as well.
Two hundred 'and twenty per-
sons applied for membership ,in
i:iits student body far exceeding
ihe 60 pupil goal tentatively set
for the first session. M. Fabien
Terret, the Director,' carefully
-uiled the candidates and the
Lo"overnment set aside a sumrn of
.42,274 gourdes for the current
cal period.


tions must be trained in all bran
ches of Hotel Management and
after boning up on Hotel legis-
lation they may well find them-
selves in the kitchen plowing
their way through a stack of
.dirty dishes.
Three students go to the mar-
ket daily to buy provisions under
Al Perret's firm admonition,
*The quality of the food must be
irreproachable. But the best
possible provisions at the low-
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But there is already talk oa After the.day's food arrives, i
e need of a special building to is prepared by another grou;
house, the institution set up to of students' under the watchfu
rain all those in contact with eyes of the maitre cuisinier
foreign visitors, in skill, service Then the student cooks sit dowi
d courteousness and in basic to eat their morning's effort:
panish and English. which are brought to the tabli
According .to -Le Nouvel- by a third group of pupils, act
iste's' Jacques Large, the pu- ing as waiters. The groups ar
ils will be divided into sections. constantly alternated to givi
he, first will be composed of each pupil a chance at the dif
young boys and girls especially ferent tasks, even the ment
Obsn for training in basic ho- planning.
tel tasks. After a year's study, At present, 35 girls and 2i
they.;will be sent back to the .boys are enrolled in the b'us3
TOarious hotels to work at dif- classes which may be expanded
ferent jobs and eventually will at a later date.
4iform the body of trained and
courteous s personnel so necessary Union School Bazaar
M a luxury resort area. At Port-au-Prilicien
S.Another student section will Next Saturday
have their' studies divided be-
tween the classroom theory and Don't forget the Union Schoo
practice in the field. During the Bazaar next Saturday evening a
first year's course, they will the Cercle Pbrt-au-Princien.
Lpend Sive dais- a weel at-the If Lady Luck is on your yi(le
School and one day weekly. in a you may have the lucky chance
Hotel. "The second'fiar's' cirse that Gwill allow you to win onE
will reverse the process, to five of the following Big Prizes :
days at work and one day In Hillman Minx,
the classroom. At the end of Philips Bicycle,
hat training period, they Will Philips Radio,
Receive their diploma if they Omega Master Watch,
'Vass their exams on such di- Lady Elgin Watch, -
Yerse 'subjects as accounting, Embroidered dress,
cooking, dining room service,drid Singer Sewing Machine.
languages Two large paintings will b
'All pupils in the advanced sec- auctioned. And you can prowl


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the booths for Christmas gifts.
There will be hand made place
sets, dolls, stuffed toys and loads
of cake, candy and cookies.
Door prizes include a Philips
electric iron and razor, an RCA
radio, a turkey, a dinner for
four, an eight-day 'clock, a pic-
nic set, a set of mirromat pans,
a Westinghouse electric fan, a
camera with flash attachment, a
camera with a tripod and a plane
trip to the Citadelle.

You can buy your raffles and
admission tickets at the Belle
Creole on Wednesday, Friday or
Saturday morning of this week.

NEW SHIPPING LINE
TO COMMENCE SERVICE
IN JANUARY

On January 16th the tourist
ship Yarmouth of the Peninsu-
lar and Ocidental 'Co. of Miami
will commence a weekly service
to Port au Prince, Kingston and
Miami. The vessel, which is
scheduled to make 11 visits, will
arrive 8 a.m. Saturday and de-
part noon Sunday.


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A Caterpillar Tool Bar can provide
new'iffideidy -for your tillage work. It
thelpayouwtake advantage of the full power
of your Caterpillar track-type Tractor.
.The. topol ,bar is attached integrally with
the tractor and is at inounti g bracket for
tillagef imp"lements.
'Typical-Of .the implements, which can
be attached to the tool bar are chiqel
shanks, subsoilers, ditcher, spring shank
cultivators, disk ridger and listers. These
tools can be bolted to the bar by one man


tillage made easy


and Spaed-.as desired.
'A f6i'ward push. ai the. hydraulic con.
trol lever sinks .te ;implements to ;the
desired,depth. A puj. on the lever .raiss
the implements to clear obsrcions or
to jibit'mndving rYn- field-td flld; n
the "float"'-or nhutral-position thd imple-
ments seek their -own level. A manual
adjustment allows you to vary.the angle'
of tool penetration.
Ikt us shd6r y6du nore about this
versatile tool bar.


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-New-Stamps-Arrive
Next Month -
500,000 stamps bearing the
effigy of the Citadelle and a
considerable stock bearing the
effigy of the heroes of Inde-


PaRge

.jpendepne will reportedly arrive
here during the -first fortnight
of December. The funds raised '.
with the sale of these stamps'
will be set apart to restore and .'
maintain Citadelle Laferriere.
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PA BEDROOM
SPECIALIST ft Joseph report
,;, A thief crawled into a win-
: dow of the Noel Valenza house-
S .hold .in Petionville Thursday
night and made off with a
watch, shoes and several suits
of the American Sanitation en-
i gineer. SHORT AND SWEET
The voleur not only had the Lawyer Pierre-Pierre is still going strong at the age of
S never to loot the bedroom, in 84. Wednesday 3 a.m. he addressed the jury in the Audain case
which Mr. and Mrs. Valenza ... Boxing champion of Gonaives should meet Port-au-Prince
were sleeping but he sat on a champion, it has been suggested... United Nations Raoul
wall outside and carefully went Aglion was a guest speaker at the Club International de
"'through the pockets of the Commerce luncheon at the Riviera this past Wednesday ...
SCISP man's suit, discarding the Dr Bastien, a graduate of Michigan Un., opened his new
Sites that didn't appeal to him. dental clinic in Bois-Verna Thursday ... Librarian Max Bis-
.____ .. sainthe may shortly edit a book on the indiosincrasies of
THANKSGIVING the Pinball machine, preface by Andre Blanchard ... Jousse,.
On Thursday morning Thanks- the murdered French Chef of 'Le Perchoirp, has left a ten-
giving Day was celebrated in year-old orphan son in Paris Two women were married
S the Episcopal Cathedral of Holy last month at the peristyle, near Sans Fil; we are investi-
'Trninity. President Magloire and gating for details ... Reynold Roy has left banking for a
members of his cabinet, the mi- career with Delta-C&S ... Nobody went Jgagas over Agar
.litary staYf and. General Levelt, and he left this week with his second wife [the first was
i.;,. prominent personalities attend- Shirley Temple]. ... Rosemary BAwe .the curve, leading
S d. lady of cRendpz-vous, returned to Hollywood with the movie-
/His Excellency Mr -Roy Tasco men this week ... Jerry kovler is contemplating making a
Davis read the proclamation of picture ... A red light caught Raymond Doret Thursday noon
%," 'President Eisenh6wer inviting ... Mr. Henri Deschamps is driving a car again after a spell
A mericans to be grateful for fa- of 15 years ... Captain Fritz Brierre is studying Gonaives'
'yours received particularly the January traffic problem ... Roland Montas is supervising the
-truce in Koiea. installation of a broadcast system in Gonaives ... Lebanese
Bishop 'Voegli, recently re- celebrated their eleventh Independence day Sunday 22nd ...
'turned from the U.S. presided at down-town laundry [Chinois] observed the birthday of Dr.
S"'the .service. Numerous repre- Sun Yat Sen, father 6f the Chinese Republic the Sunday be-
.. it seti&ves of the American col- fore last ... Languages fof all at the Paramount. This past
O.'. y *were present week they had movies in Arab German, Spanish, French,
-:0:- English ...
Dr' Louis. Roy off to Caracas TO BUILD BEACHES
:;- this weekend to attend the Minister I-eurtelou, -Colonel Bayard. Dumont Bellande, Jean
'i'enth PanAmerican Congress on Coicou, engineer Auguste Boisson and architect Max Ewald
.,' .,Tuberculosis. He .wil stop in visited the Iroquois reef this past week examining the pos-
$: Panama tto represent Haiti at sibilities of building a beach in the harbour. Mme Marini
.'the medical congress discussing is reported active in the beach building business. Her beach
ways of cutting downon deaths will be located at Arcadins.
i' by Consumption. -The expenses CABLE DISAPPEARED FROM WHARF
of the trip are assured by the. *, A 150-meter long cable is being searched for. It reportedly
"interested organizations, disappeared from the Ciment d'Haiti wharf during the night
.. .-----. of November 8th.
.. MI.flCHEi -CAUGHT
SOl..HE JOBi IS SHOT TOMATO FARM IN THE ARTIBONITE
E. Bt DEECTIVE The St. Marc Produce Co. S.A. has contracted to raiseltoma-
ST cies of au voleur. toes on the ODVA land in the Artibonite.
Sbro t a..detective to the rue.. P.REZPRADO .MAY COIE TO HAITI
S"Cou ree2 o'clock Thursday morn *. The. famed bandleader, and composer Perez Prado, *Roib of
lg. 'Ingi detective came across the mambo may come to Hai ti to play at the Casino during
the rewried thief Ti Michel the 150th, an~iivetsary celebrations.
'. .'completely naked rur*aing along
th.- street britidisbng.-,a' ma-. EXCELSIOR INVITES CUBA
chett&3n anih. himself' shouting The Excelsior Football Club has invited .the famed Cuban
fh e 'Qred. te de- soccer team .Depertivo Cubanon to play a series of three
.. d ''*f' s' .-ffstce t haltnd : .matclies. inor.t-au-Prince early next month.,
-drfe.to the-. t ground: in the. "LF-pERCHOIR BURGLED NIGHT OF MURDERER'S TRIAL
Croldep"Bosses mark'et'..wJth; Le Perchdir. was broken into and ransacked the night of
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4I- m four-bihets in his'bodyflis dy- Novembe 20th while i 'Port-au-Prince Crimiinal Court. Ra-
,I:' frr words were .Ban'm man- meau Croichi was being tried for the murder of the ,Le Per-

". Furnished or unfurnished of. the workshop at Le Ciment d'Hatl, slapped driver Cy-



house lo0( behind Mivrancht pleen Louissaint Ch in the face during an- argument and was
te.. l. Niceew, Continuous water hurt by the latter with a bottle. Both me have been refer-
u apply. 'Phone 5234. red to the justice.
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In The Diplomatic Circle
Our distinguished Foreign oeru L'ertz S'jez, and
Minister Pierre Liautaud is being Mrs. Lac Bornce
feted, by several of the for-
eign Ambassadors accredited to Friday morning at :
Port au Prince this v.eek. Wed- the Charge d'Affaires
nesday at 8 p.m American Am- tinia handed' to Mr. Pie
bassador Roy Tasco Davis re- taud, Secretary of S
ceived the Minister of Foreign Foreign Affairs. and '
Affairs at his Bourdon residence., lair Zephirin, Secre
Yesterday the Haitian Chancellor State to the Presidency
was guest of honous at a recep- corations which were
tion offered by Mexican Am- upon them by the' Pre
bassador Jose Torres Talavera, Argentina, General Ju
and tomorrow the British Em- ingo Peron.
bassy will do similar honours The ceremony took
the Ha itiarn Chancello

Wednesday noon "the Charge CCINDERELL
d'Affaires of the Argentine Em- Opening on 1st Dec
on Rue Payee opp
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MinMme' Rene Jeanty, wife of the *OINDERELL.
Haitian Ambassador to "Buenos where you will
Aires. The reception took place a large selection
in the 'Hotel de l'Ambassade., imported European hi
leather goods, Frenche
' Among the distinguished -guests
were Mr.-Joseph Dejeap, Haitian bags, silverware,
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QUEEN OF ENGLAND -
The Convairs Are Coming FLIES OVER HAITI

Wedneqd for 1" first time' r r -
in history a Queen tf England t
flew over Haiti. Her Majesty uy Our risImas. JLs
Queen Elizabeth II accompanied X,, I-. .
by the Duke of Edinburgh flew ..
over thepinorlhwest department i 'r F1.' .
2 of the Republic. a sI "l0 s
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force, passed over Mole St. Nico- maS.L Co.l .aios
Slaso whxlh was in -1791 a great -.
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known asa Gibraltar of the An-. .
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During the English interven-
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iti, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico with 'the United 22nd of September, 1791, a single
ater'through the' New Orleans Gateway in :'oir t -gflg &'hip appeared o. f the ole with
Snn ing December 2nd ,. 100 Britiph geapiuers, .,ad at arge Assor me
the mere sight of the HngL4sh Y Iau

a .Andenmn '. '. -NEW MEMBERS: OF flag Majo r.. O'Fa e.o .the-Irish .
f a n Andar a e.Lin "-' r N. ........ .-, "
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Singer, who was singing in, The four new members.pf th great fortress with its 200 heav
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.aJ participate in the 150th an- Aviation' are Mes't A-milcar. entire a-is l of nearly, th
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ar D.,,; Department of, Commerce, Geor-
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E-d J U -- It U J1' Ithe victims, in these atrocities
The swiftest way as reported in our newspapers,
have been women. With a fero-
city which amounts to a mania
men have been striking down
their companions and it is a
corpse which is picked up, beings
without defense who thus come
yt ito a frightful end,"and who, af-
ter receiving the gift of life as
a misfortune: lose it in a still
greater misfortune.
...... "^ These crimes are committed
amongst the masses,, amongst
those who labour.and struggle
without hope, who. should feel
pity' for one another aid be-
teen whom should exist, in
view of their daily wretched-
.ness, a. feeling of deep union and
,- solidarity. But frequently this
is not .the case, and amidst a mi-
sbrable humanity we see a
world of crime and from time to
time one learns of moral mon-
strosities which make one re-
fleet -on the sanity of certain
.h g ^ r t -
^iQThe thAffiest time .
Whether these terrible acts
are crimes: of passion or- whe-
other they spring from, other
S'auses; those' who commit them
are simple,' indeed primitive,
rom 1st of. .Novembe beings, governed by 6rinmary in-
isn T.i e hrifm stincts which ;suddenly break
famous "thriff Sea-
,oP" a hs are in effect Now oft ilh a most dis'quieting bu-.
.-Ero r p f.a16oe on, tality. In'many cases it is love
ur. ic ronhd/ trip fare ,aone-
-5 qtels.are, lss.c q;yded and 'which causes these wild beasts.
ma offer.'rduicedates-at t:io act. if they are not impelled
\',hi~ii of:year..London, .
S'Ai3is a;id lRome are at their to., these crimes' by imperious
:..gayest with night clubs, and 'ind mysterious reasons in -which
sin f sw.'g. Y superstition and magic play their
.'ih is the..time- to .-go to s..
,.-Mtrope. By Pan Americah pait: '
" i -get there ster, your I',any. ase, .it is womqhn .who
Za."ey o farther. Take '
hcoboic of ithree serv- ae always the victims' and you
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to which one knows it is not al-
ways possible to resist. And
then love, that temporary frenzy
from which one emerges always
more or less disappointed, should
never lead to a tragic outcome.
For the most part we read
the account of such crimes with
out making too much- of it, and
we think of it as an abstract
horror because it happens far
from us in a special world. But
amongst the people and espe-
cially amongst the women the
emotion produced by it lasts a
long time, and for days on end
they speak of nothing else, they
will recall the tragedy in all its
details, even' adding to it in the
terror which- sometimes seizes
them and which leads them to
imagine obscure-threats.to them
selves.
It is fortunate that in higher
levels of society man no longer
gives' the spectacle of such tra-
gic scenes which, from. time' to
time the life of the masses of-
fers. If there are husbands who
.do not always abstain from cer-
tain-oruelties -in regard to their
wives's and their'.violence is gen-
erally Jimited to a few blows.
And these husbands cannot be
numerous. for in this milieu
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when it is not really known, '. .
periodical visits 'to
few such scandals are told. Per- periodical visits t
business.-
haps, too,-'they are quickly sup-
pressed, for we are anxious to.,
pass for civilized persons, even
.if we' possess an. arriere fond of
.brutality
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n the old days in Haiti when
*dramas similarto those -which
happen amongst' the people took
place in the. best' society. I


. deserves the inhuman treat- .still remember certain stories of
meant it receives. A man sees my childhood' which were re-
ied .because his companion re- peated in .front of me and the
ceives a love letter and out of emotion which always upset my
,this little incident is born an
unheard of calamity which caus-
es the unhappiness of two
r
beings, because the. one who
strikes also becomes a victim
either of'the remorse which de-
yours him when he comes tqo
himself aLnd starts to think, or sIfMOfA BDREM
because of -the' consequences' UTA REMITYI
which his act brings about. But ,


S.... whatever the case may be, a.
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Telephones: 3451 and 2822 man has not the right to kill
his wife, particularly 'when it is,
T. eAf..m PA.. about a love affair in which both
"' a--ed- w"-v-ey.-"-- parties give way to a tempta-
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boyish spirit. One time it was .. .*. ..
about a crime of passion in THE ,FINEST
which a man and a woman met AddingMachines
a frightful death. There were- Calculating Machines
others, not so long ago, in the* Cash Registers
tine of Nord Alexis... But why-
speak of what everyone knows,
and one should 1 t the dead rest i
in peace. /
Be that as Wt may, and at]-
though we today F find crimes
clearly of passion or of a super-
stfitious character, it i impor-
tant that justice dges its duty.
and with the necessary severity,
especially if such crimes are ad- o
companies by atrocious circum-f
stances. THE NATIONAL CASH '
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Agent In H lti l
Caribbean Fisheries LOUIS DECATREL & SONS'.-
Official Calls On P.O. Box 596
Caribbean Survey

Mr, Ray KInsella, who is at.-
tached to the Fishery Section of
the Foreign Trade Service of
the Department of State and
Commerce ir, Ottawa, Canada,
left by KLM last week for Jam-
aica, after a brief visit.
He ;was accompanied by .Mr..
Erick Joss, Canadian Trade
co6mniissioner [Fisheries] who'
is now stationed'in Ciudad Tru-
jillo. He was formerly statioqn-
ed in Jamaica.
Mr. Kinsella is on a tour of
tiqi Caribbean,. conducting a
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.Si' 'SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29th


WISE and OTHERWISE
S. By T.J Grant
S,, Continued from last week
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had expected to see Mr. Nar- cha, Mr. Grant.' Evil
or one of the hotel employees corpse in the. trunk
ep 'I opened the door. Frank Voice.-'
ostello arid Greasy Thumb Gu- Costello spoke up. *
k,.-Wasg.ziot.prepared to deal told us you were hig2
tt ,.So. I.just. stared at them, mended by Mrs. WalI
d'said nothing .'place in our organize
e.sy' Thumb took the initia- find one for you.,
NrYiou. ain't Beria', he said. I put my brain In
rrt.e right, I replied cold- It was necessary. I
..'.I not Mr. Beria. ""recommended by Mrs.
reapy scowled, at me and a bloodthirsty monster
.said, 'We wais told we.could find sia, and to two of th
Veria in this room., famous gangsters in
:.My voide was positively chilly arid they' were going
as I replied, *I do- not question me into thoir.organiza
your statement., thing was going on, I
r- They had me in a
!;"The chill-in my voice seemed They had what was
induce an opposite reaction:in.. Voice in a trunk. PT
sy' Thumnb. His-face f s'sh- in the trunk soon if
espokle in a war .and careful. If I knew

nVoice, .iQuit'yer stalking the'-Ildian Rope Tric
.here or aint he?' .. had a rope, I would
tplied. This .tije it right then.
di andr'anner were po-. No 'rope no trick.
rigid. 'Hav.e ou a iap- was my wits. -I th
with m?, ,. solved to dissemble.
f, ... that; as I do in most i
r.asy could. answer, Letting the cfill out o
'ia,' h'o"must have .beri .e I said,' 'I'm your max
'behind. the bathroom tello, if we can come
S ertB.eneq..' apd stepped into factory 'arrangement.'
,et6.9i saying as he did. po,
-tCoine in; gentlemen, I have "We can do that*,'
een 'expecting you.. Let us get down to
SGreasy' shoved me aside and -Taking a chair; he
stepped ,into the rooni juqt as Mr.' Beria took a cha
.fr. Beria had done, only he was 'down. Grdasy Thur
mpt. calm like "Mr. Beria was. down on a chair. 7
-"';'Youse was expecting us', he dnly three chairs in ti
yelled, heatedly. ,Then what I sat on the bed.. Mrs
'wasthis punk stalling us for?, bed. I supposed' Mr.
o.Mr Grant didn't know you have slept in the t
were expected> replied Mr. Be- see, I still .had illu!
S" 'her.
Greasy underwent an imme- 'Here is the set up
alate change -of attitude. ,bh. 'tello. .Ydu may ha
house .is- Mr. Grait;* he said, the papers that our c
ith a smile, dropping back intA iN the world's. bigge
lis warm,' ard vibrant mode of That is true. We are
Expressionn. rI beard about ya General Motors, bigg
"from da-'oice. Said he gave ya Standard Oil. bigger
Ia drink"'and some cigarettes at cartel ever organized
Rancho. Pleased ta meet say that crime does


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there were
he room, so
s. Walgren's'
Beria must
runk. You
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st business.
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I ias also incredulous. I am not
Soften that way, but I was then.


So I asked, 'How does he hel
you, iMr. Costello?.
13y diverting attention 'fror
is,. he'replied. 'Muckarty fight
the phantom of communism
s%,nething which will never tak
hold of the American masse's.
Can you imagine it? Costello
dedp thinker.


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Without being invited Mr. B c
ria t.ok part in tle discussion. .
*It never took hold of the Rus- -
sian.masses either.- he said. 'It
was forced on them, and the:',
don't like it., ,
- I. wanted to .ask him who had 76, Rue ave
asked him for his comment, but [All the Electrical Appliances
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can asspre you, Mr. Grant that him, yAren't you a communist, I was astonished, indjiant '
it does., He paused to light a Mr. Beria?, and outraged'. ,But was e.r.- '
digar. He laughed out .loud.. then ful not to let any of ths, shaw. .|
I was surprised. Costello said, *I am an intelligent -man.' on, my face' .Instead, .I c'non,
talked like a man of some edut- I used communism, but never tinued to"dissemble.' '
gently the .
cation. When I bad heard him ,believed in it.. w
was the And Mr., Beria, where. does.3
on televisionn he had soundedd Greasy Thumb butted in, say- h e c e in'.qe.-
he come in?- 1 queried...-.,!
The Voice more or l1ss like Greasy Thumb. ing, ,Cut out the yapping. Talk H'ili- a' overall ha. '
The Voice *He Wil.have overall charge
Probably he had been dissemb- business. operations i, the island;. o
hly recom- of operations i the Islands ..
ling, hiding his native intelli- Costello took the hint He .
green for a Soutlh America.' The men,-bhe',1
tion. oWel gence and acquired -polish be- went on: ,We. have decided to planedthere when he
tion. We'll planed .there when he wa
hind a mask of crude language expand territorially,. We are go- o
-of the O PU .have all go ;oy
and affected stupidity. If that' ing to take over the West Indies .. "
high gear. a c to him. You see, we 6v -
was true, he had dropped the and then move, intqgSouth Ame- readt made organizati ''
had been ready made organization:- .A
mask. ria. Starting here in Haiti,,we
Walgrelnto 'Hot all tils. will interit
The cigar well lighted he will b6y into the. Casino, ..,take '. : '*.
r fromRus Capta Etienne, T hougr
Sent on: 'But we have a prob- over the better hotels and build when I 'teit to hi n)n. :.'
e most in- .when I -tell it to hi ...t .
oth 'o- lem, a difficult 'problem. We a few new ones.' m ,n ."*' ,- -
the world, I mornig.. ., -- -..
haye too Imuch money -4 cash '. h j-'-. f "k
ig to take -had .. .E:.
money surplus cash for which I was curious, just couldn't h just f he. thi.it~i
,tion Some this' When. there 'was. ai oi't ':
wa su we can tnd no investment in ait till he finished. so I asked t he .M.. ..
a sur.he United States. There has .him, WhAere do I come in?., 'o ...,' s,Be
.tight- spot1. h Mr. Costello and Greasy dllI "
been too much pubtlciij lately .'Youi will be oui front ma in DMA. C thr esi e'-l,
left 9f, the .. ,. ed to their feet and ihe tiree y
It.f. t h, about our control o4f banks. rail- Haiti;,, he replied. e*LepicL:ed their feet ...
igt be the, tip-toe o the thr
roads and public, utilities. Fel- you. because of 'your standing inip-oe .the bat.:o.i&
I was not, stepped inside .andlosdi1f
Idws like Kefauver and Tobey the country, because you need i-.-
how'to do door behind them. ,
had have been st'iring up public' money, and because, from what t t ...
k, opinion against s. we hear you'will do anything to picked up a maze,. o
have done agast us p a m.aga
ge -t a tab'e, and hold igti .hon'ee
I. couldn't help interrupting, I was astonished. .Who told' a al, n-m :" '' :n
Al I had ,aly in my hand..,a'
All I had 'You are lucky that you don't you all this?,. asked. tly my hand as ni' ,'
erefore e ben reading..strode.i.td e>
before te- have Senator Muckarty against ..Mrs. Walgrenh, was his re- b readinG osre tdt'i
I excell in .ou. ply .She said u were absopen- .rooan door o cit
the e i Sbe said Vou were abso- s m q the'A -'
of the arts e pped inside, c -
Costello smiled, .That chap is lutely" unscrupulous, a heata, a -
f my voice, ,valuable. We would put him liar and a swindler but that you, .. ,; 1i :;;
n,. Mr. Cos-_
nto aaos- on the payroll tomorrow if it had built up.. a reputation as an To eco. .d
were necessary4 .We could use honest-man and greqt, humani- be
Sa dozen Muckartys. tarian. You are j--t -the type we.' ng t r ..A:
,* am getting fus t as ireqd-;orlth :..."'
he replied. I Was astonished.' Hox could need., 'o as yu e '
he replied. as you are.
a distinguished Senator like as .. -
business.,,.Ala Me busf T. J. .
Dusess. Muckarty be useful to gangsters? Allas Ke e .w .. .
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.I L.p "i es for5 Gardner-Jgver drills, and. 'Pavtin'g om friends here and from -mis-
1ak,.is t'eg ieer 'contractor Autn.ite oisso n,- who1 helped pnesin .Haiti ,to shelter the
beat a.ona iinithe recent football tdur nament. 1Contracted children'and to feed and clothe
gg ia dst the ,Hoste5'erie Tros .Mousquetaires.,form- them. She ilso. teaches them
y kno es.. ,,..otel ..Catie engineer -Boisson serenaded the .dJa. hygiene, sewing aid domestic"
at:t:Ioppg Th el, front early Ro.rniAg. to .ladt a" science and gently :guides. them
,t ''f.jdeafengrng cackleof his Z' machines, fore- down the spiritual path.
t 'f.atI.throu'fh, solid rook. At the ef i-seen the big She is now.working 'he night
S ."...presso. .i ;shift at New York hospitals.. By
*.i;% h\h'T. ': day she' convert's her .earnings
S. into the supplies she will need
l e aCreo*le,:Comere : at Lihnbe in Haiti's northern',
:' :'. :: : mountain -ad 'in a.- htialet just
t'1NL'% .'-. Tj,'F o3taui'oi ,"'7 7'F :.'outside Port au Prine;

U..T BI- MAS QNQIOQU? .. ...Miss SteRhens shopsearnestly,
S- 'tridging- fr 6nsto e o store id'
ssillon. Gicou., c,t papa creo-l.. C :.
Sg, 'A : ::,': : et the 'ogt; di r her-money. In
li qu' montfr'.Papa Yote. eri cr Crole. -Min our
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m itive little Christina party fort
MW..'= Mou t6 sel-nbus. lan m: ;.,:,' ..
:^.+ .' -- -. '...-; ":'. ":.:"...:*, ,-.* "' kidt who have' never known .
Et, dey,,6bi loin, /gnoquaut i 1..o les,;:'. .
.. d -' .. Christmas.

.,...,. '- here are no true ChristMtias
nar ou esse, firs in Haiti and there is no
t..M op ismnow.soselMs.td '
I :.. : ., ,' snow, so Miss Stephens and the
pi jQ urice amon guablesse!' older girls get another species
:Bpn 'D.. e. veng~moini! .. of pine'from. the wet forest.
.,- : They deck it with artificial
.moin t gan 'argent, ou t6 trouvA moin.belle- snow, tinkling' ornaments and
Tancou-'gnri ti bijou. I' caiwdles There is no electricity
:aisiFarqJPti moin fini, moin-. c gnon '4zizouelie" .
. r t' oin:fin; mo. n 6 gnon -zizouele in the huts in which the chil-
J Souqt" !temps'oui dit m'chou- dren live.
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o.n ,''" ..,.Tears well in Miss S.-tephens'
.ble'! -Ma prale! Bon Di .prend$.bon Did.baille, Tears weln Mis s Steph ens
" "" % .' ,y s en she -tells of.
VMaqj6inn.gnoul'autt gnou jo! tells of ast
iu. ia, qn p" c i -' b .. Christmas -. the children and
iou-] 'utt'qui pap' comlin ni jourk ni bataille..
the older girls silvering the air .
MIl<:ai.c6aonun rimin'! .
:' : ..' Massillon COICOU. with carols and. hymns, .the wild 4
delight "when the dolls were
pb ba' ou l'aute enco, sit6..gan. place.: Justin Lhdris- passed, the thanks that looked
i DuciVal.'val et l'aute'enco. 'Va gan toujou queque moune out offaces ecstatically dirtorted
I c M enne creole c'eoun ronte: All ou& tout qa moune qa with nuts and candy.
'ecr "" lafigue france. QuantA bel francs, c6 -bel -ff'anc6, '
...u..o nbe ", ,You rejoice in your hea~t
ute nous tonun.e bel franc, pas l'esprit: until it hurts, to see children
., happy,. Miss. Stephens says.
x X 'They are poor. They have no-
.PROVERBES CREOLES / thing to .give yod but their
S.': smiles; Their smiles are efiough
:Cotd C ,y'ap.:.plumin codinne poule pas ri. for me..,
|i pas.hg-;rainne du riz, tiroche pas ta cone gout graisse.
iamnin couleve rdcole, c'6 pas en ien, c'd fai'l chita sou bane Baptist, Methodist and Epis-
1idlfficile. k copalian missioners; men and
4T1L.cochon, ti sang women who have come to know
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TO NEEDY CHILDREN -. jobs in Maniattan: Altida Jrv.n {30th Street'hile.
IN HAITI a Nev',York woman why works right nusin tbt
By Meyer Berger with her at Limbe '-- the-'.all dreamingg of.''irds' "
[ivn The 'New York-Timess] standbehind aStephs... her.t
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Consuela Stephens is one. of .ctsfonMilatrebrdd
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if h.umans 'do not shipments o clotbeSa food and: ..Sbe .sa.ys: '".stt,
if humans'do not live for one -' ". ^
medicines enter-the, cpqitry .hdart. ,as o
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m s edicineq for: poor children in
Haiti, where she Was born.
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-. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29th.


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Wilhelm Andersen recent- ily party at the Lalue residence
dlebrated his 80th, birthday of.Henry and Mrs. Deschamps in
af.an, intimate family gather- honour of Robert who was ob-
Incidentally he is probab- serving the passing of another
tbe dtan of foreign residents year. '
aiti, living here 57 years. -:0:-
_iAndersen, better known as Mr. Joseph Dejean, Ambassa-
'ita Lee, is back home again 'dor _to Mexico, was welcomed
itr sbven weeks with her son home last weekend. The Am-
dyin the Dominican Republic. bassador is here on official husi-
oc& Gunther. .Manager of the ness.
sine a. Glace, returned this -:0:-
eekpnd from Havana. Back from France and New
-:0:- York is couturiers Daniel Rou-
Bill Files has returned from main of boutique. Roumaln.,
1 fact-finding trip -to Rio. -:0:-
S-:0:-- Commercant [easy terms ar-
f'MIle Wilda Mellon, grand- ranged] Jean F. Laham clipper-
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her- ed home from New York this
ann Mellon, and Mr. Max.Tho- week
a, son of Mr. and Mrs Andre -:0:-
omas, will exchange the vows This week 'students Pierre Cas-
holy matrimony in the Notre sagnol and Nicole Fortune re-
aine Cathedral Saturday, De- turned home, from studying in
er 12th at- 6 p.m. Paris.


-:0:- Monday was the birthday an-
nimmanuel Gabriel St-Fran- niversary of the well known
is left Thursday. for, Bogota to 'commercant, and proprietor of
end the International Cod- a model farm at Mahotiere, Mr.
on Basic Education. He Pierre Assad. During the even-
been serving for, the 'past iAng the Under Secretary of State-
eral years as Director of the of Interior, and Mrs. Roland La-
SCO Experimental Educa- taillade offered a sumptuous re-
Project at Marbial. ception in their Turgeait resi-
I-:0- dence.
and Mrs. Alfred Stecher -:0:-
e down from'Prt-de-Paix for Mr. Maurice Liautaud, Haitian
e weekend. Consul in Nassau is home on
-:0:- leave with his family.
iWrs. Roger Dreyfuss left yes- -:0:-
d with the family "to join Manise Allen operating the'
r husband in Liberia. Habanex office in Miami, is
S' :0:- over for the weekend.
Laura Lancelot of Bois Patate -:0:-
ent to New York on ,. two Mrs. Rene Jearity returned
months vacation yesterday. She yesterday to Buenos Aires. Her
ll return by boat. husband is Ambassador to Bra-
-:0:- tzil. "
Wednesday 1thier" was a fain- -:0:-

.. Alix Sansarloq is going to Jam
aca' on pharmacy business to-
Sday for two weeks.


Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hough
and family are leaving the plan-
tation Tuesday for Christmas in


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HAITI


Florida. Mr. Ho
fiscal department
will buy cigars
coming event, w
ed to happen Cl
-.0
Handsome Mai
was with Count
Sweden -when h
ranging peace i
on home leave f
Nations.
-:0
Bill Stowe's Thl
ty from midnight
enjoyable to say
-:0
Ellle Dunn, 1
Resort : Airlines
broken the news
ment to Amdri
Nevue, who Is k
ball shape by acti
at the Riviera
hours. They in
next year.
-:0:
Henry Bermin
Kingston this pa
Her Majesty Que
of England.'
-:0:
Mr. Fablen Per
the Hotel School
to visit hbtels 1
Caribbean.
-:0:
Dr. Serge and
are going to vacate
-:0:.
Therese Martin
the Bar Italia la
her many camis.'
-.0:
Mr. Frank Chri
of the Executive
government of
visited Haiti th
Mrs. Christie and
to .Jamaica with
Moody to be on h
the Queen.
.-:0:
Mr. and Mrs. R
bert offered a co
their Tete de 1
last evening.

-:0:
Lorraine Dora'
for Puerto Rico
ing of her new s'
take place on t
date of the Caril
cember 9th.
-:0:
Engineer Edoua
to fly to Mexiso


ce


... Pa.-


ugh, head of the Mile Josianne lrisson, daugh- Harold Riddle stopped off
it of Dauphin. ter of Mr. and iMrs. Rio Brisson, Wednesday to'~iisit friends en-
in-Cuba for the observed her birthday Friday. route to Ciudad. Trujillo; A
which is schedul- -:0:- friendly Englishman Mr Riddle.
hristmas day. Today Mile Mael Frisch, daugh is very partial to Haiti-. His .
:- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Willy Frisch, headquarters at present are a ':
rc Pasquet who i- being christened at the Sacre Jalisco, Mexico's second city. He:.
Bernadotte of Coeur. Godparents are Mrs. Jo- told us 400 guitars will-be strum, -
ie was shot ar- sette Deschamps and Mr. Baby ming up fiesta when he returns .
1 ,. 1' f
in Palestine, is Stecher. in December. '
from the United -:0:- -:0:- '.
Mrs. William Trefiy, wife of Yves Montas is clipperin '-to4r,
:- the U.S. Naval Mission Chief, is Paris next month to ,study ad-
ianksglving par- constellating home to New Or- ministration on a scholarship,. ,
it to 6 a.m. was leans today with the children. .
the least. The family is thrilled with the -:0:-
:- prospect of a new .addition in Dr. Pierre Clermont has been U,
the outstanding the New Year. .appointed Director of the Ortho- ?"
hostess, has -:0:- pedic.Center of the .IDASH. -
3 of her engdge- Colonel Edouard Roy of the -:0:-
can Marine Al Aviation Corps, flew to the Visiting the Polleys: Mr. and.
keeping in foot- States this week. Mrs.. Hugh.'C Minor Mrs. is-.'
.ng as life guard -:0:-- .Cynthia. '7
pool in his off Don Lungwit2 and Lou Wan- -:0:- '.-
tend to marry kum are back from' a week in Pancho. Rankine spoke over, .'
Cuba, Miami and Nassau-on a Radio Commerce to his family-,
:--- business-cum-pleasure trip. ,Don in Jamaica Sunday evening, He '1
igham was in piloted his single engine Cessna told his wife .two days in;'ad- "I
st week to see 190. vance his ETA to the minute.-
en Elizað II --:0:-
; Mr. Turenne Carrie flew to -:0:--:- '
-" Geneva this week. To exchange aI do's* Decem-.
- Geneva this week. U.
ret, Director of ---- ber 15th are Mile Gladys Rou-.4- -.
ret, Director of -:0-
zier, daughter of My. and Mrs
, is preparing Among the VIP's to arrive in ,
GontrAn Rouzier, and Mr. Wolf-
throughout the Port this past week was Kansasn Rouier, and Mr. Wo
City Insurance Executive Wil- gang Wagner, administrator :of
City Insurance Executive Wil-
Uam MCord. Mrs. MCord has the.Berg hotel. The couple will
- liam McCord. Mrs. McCord has
be married at the Gontran'Rou-
Mme Merceron been in Port arranging the open- be married at the nranou
zier residence.
tion in Havana. ing of a fashionable shop. with. 2
- Jeanne. Brousse. '. : ''
ws feted at The Lon Southerland- returi-
w.as feted at
-:0:- -ed t'o their home in, Ciudad Tru- ..:',,.:
ast evening by. P
,Mr Garvin Warrell of the U.S. jillo last Sunday after a tour of .-'
Embassy is convairing to.Jack- Europe anSi the Middle East. As" -
e, a member son, Mississippi for a short stay -representatives of The Souther-
istie, a member .-
Council of the prior to taking up his new as- land Tours, they attended the '
the Bah assignment in Yokohama. Japan. International Conference' of
the -Bahamas. *
i week wi Mr. Warrell has been heie for Tourist Agencies in Rome and'
1i week with.
flew Tuesday the past two years in the Con- also visited London, Paris, .Na-
sular -section. ples, Florence, Milan and Swit-
i Mr. Clarence
-:0:- zerland." Later they went to the '
hand to receive ,
Last evening the up-and-com- Holy Land returning on a jet.
ing pharmacist Greta Meyer ob- propelled airliner which Mrs.
aymond Fam- served her birthday. Southerland described as *won- "JJlt
laymond Flam- q.
cktail party t --:0:- derful no sound, just like
icktail party at
'Eau residence The Bob Fatton homp in Pc- floating on a bloud..*..
tionville was highly sociable .,
Saturday evening 21st. Diplo-
- mats and businessmen enjoyed .
'leaves Monday cocktails.
for the open- -:0:-
hop which will Thursday afternoon Mile Do- .
he anniversary minique Leger celebrated her Noted eavocat. Ti Georges Le-
be Hilton De- birthday at home in Source Tur- ger is handing around the ci-
geau with all her young friends. gars this week. Thursday Mrs.
:- Ernest Burkett joined his Leger presented him with a nine
ard Laroche is wife in Kingston Monday to see and-a-half pound baby boy.
-bientdt., the Queen. --:0:- .
Manganese tycoon to be, Ge!
-:0:-
Mile Linda Moun celebrated rard Faubert was presented with
her 14th birthday at the Mon a baby girl 5 o'clock Thursd y .
Reve Thursday evgning'withiher morning. Mama and <,Alexan-
S ycung ,amies, from Ste Rose de dra, are both reported doing
Lima of Lalue. Mother came to fine. ;.
p,. town for the big occasion. -:0:- ,




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Minister

Series 0

On Friday, Nover
Haitian-American Ir
gurated a series of
titled- '150 Years
Life., The series, w
nounced under the
. His Excellency Gen
Magloire, Pre-iden
public of Haiti,- is i
ration of, the ,Sesq
celebration of Hai
dence.


'mber 20, the
institute inau-
lectures er-
of National,
whichh wZ aln--
patronage tof
eral Pafil E.
t of the Re-
ln commemo-
luicentennial
ti's indepen-


The first lecturer was His Ex-
cellency Mauclair Z4phirin, See-
retary of State for the PrPesden-
.a cy, who spoke on 'The Events
S 'of the War of Independence.,
Minister Z6phirin gave the se-
ries a brilliant start by first re-
calling rapidly the main events
of Haiti's liberation, and then by
sketching broadly the progress
which Haiti has made in many
fields during one 'hundred and
.:. fifty years of national life.


.: Minister Z6phirin was intro-
:. duced by the Director of the
'Institute, Dr1 Ralph H Prown,
,who took this occasion td pre-
.'..sent the other lecturers, and to
thank publicly the many per-
sons Who helped in.thc 'conrep-
tion and execution of the entire
Series. The lecture wx's follow-
ed "by, an official -reception to-
:. the lecturers for the Presid'-nt'.,
representative, for Covernnment


'a? 'air '~V C 'a


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29th


cHAITI SUN%


the World Health Organization
held in Baranquilla, Colombia.


hnool If


1e new Lnurc i 1uoi w
Sans Fil near the Fort National
was inaugurated on Sunday, No-
vember 22nd, under the patron-
age of Madame Magloire.
The 8 a.m. Mass was said by,'
Reverend Grienenberger and the
Choir of St. Louis Roi de France
provided thp music.

The Reverend Father Gasser
of the Petit Sem:naire was head
of the movement to erect the
school that will mark a new
step -in Haiti's widespread cam-
paign against illiteracy. His-
torian Mtentor Laurent donated
the land upon which the school"
was erected with the aid of po-
pular donations and help of En-


TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
OF OD\'A INSTALLED
Mr. Alcide Duviella, President
of the Administration Council of
the ODVA, last Saturday morn-
ing installed Mr. Milo B Wil-
liams as technical director of
the Council for the Irrigation
Project of the Artibonite Val-
ley.
Mr. Williams is an American
civil engineer with a long ex-
perience in the building and
functionment of irrigation and
draining systems in the United
States.
Monday morning the Adminis-
trative Council of the ODVA to-
gether with Mr1. Williams began
an inspection tour in the Arti-
bonite.


His Excellency Mauclair Zephi- gineer Rene Benjamin.
rin, Secretary of State of the
Presidency speaking on -The FROM 'SANITAIRED
Events of the War nf Indepen- CONFERENCE
dence.. DELEGATES RETURN


follows: Wednesday afternoon Dr.
Charles Dambreville and Mr.
Friday, November 27- Mr. Dan-
Marce Solis returnedd from attend-
tes Bellegarde: The Great Men
.ing the Sanitary Conference of
of the Revolution..

Friday. December 4: May Bis-
sainthe, N'ational Librarian :
"Some Problems in Document.a,
tion..

Friday. December 11" Dr. .Tean '
Price Mars: 'Literature andl the
Arts.*

Wednesday, December 16d: Dr.


officials and members of. the D 'Clovis Kernisan: dHaitian Ame-
..".-plomatic- corps. Also invtc I -ri'can Relati6nships.
-were the many' members iar
friends of the Institute, who Each of these lectures is sche-
filled the auditorium to capa- duled for 8:00 p.m As always,
S'city for this inaugural lecture. the general public is cordially
,'. .invited to attend any and all of
i The remaining dates and 'them.
?" a'speakers of the series are as
L'O.


's F" i pe. speakers..at the ,aiin A mercan' Institute. -From left
iq : gh.t."- ax.. :#ainthe qf ,the Natra l tLibrary 'who hfltt.peaL
So W Pj-Zenqs in .Documentations; -Dr. Clovis KeM izhn(, who
: 'w tilt:Octure. HonHaLitin American ) eati6nsfTps;; "'Dr. Jedn
Price Maras,on, Literature and.the Arts,, a',d Dr Dantes Belle-
garne, on aThe Great Men of the Revalution.p

:. .- .


Zephirin Opens Lecture New Church School

n Haitian Independence At Sans Fi Opens
hT hn, h nc


Nuevo Domninicano Agent Boy-
WANTED TO BUY Pov has advised us that the ves-
Person wishes to buy old sel sank while being towed off
books in English about 'Haiti. a Cuban reef this past week.
Anyone with such books to Fell The Dominican ship made nu-
please call at Haiti Sun office, -merous calls here on. its tourist
Exposition. run from Miami.


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SUN LIFE VIP's
VISIT PORT


Mr. Roy C. Grant, Associate
Director of Agencies from the I
Sun Life's Head Office and Mr.]
R. G. Whitrod, Manager of the
Sun Life Branch in Puerto Rico,
were visiting Sun Life head--
quarters here this week Tues-.'
dy evening the Sun Life held a
banquet at Ibo Lele tp celebrate:
a new production record for the.,:
company in this country for'
the second year in succession...;,
Of the five Sun Life Agents- "-.
Haiti, four won prizes and ap-
propriate souvenirs were distri-i
buted to the happy prize win-i
ners after the banquet.



liNuevo Dominicanon
Sinks Off 4uba


1 Flights Weekly'
TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY, -
SUNDAY AT 8:45 A.M. TO... )

.HAVANA
Arrive 11:48.a.m.

NEW ORLEANS
ArriNe 2:14 p.m. CST .

ODiratttolnfectilos or DAtLAS, IOS ANGELES,
ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO '
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; no doubt that he ranks among
.l first thre6. His dead-p'an

editions make him less a thea-
.cal personality than the audi-
tce-conscious Ti Ro Ro. And
a ideas of high finance cause
is. managers, abroad to tear
"eir.hair out by the roots. But
nperamen: notwithstanding1
agree on one thing- Ti Mar-
can drum!

.He was born to the sound of
e tambours in a Ti caille on
he Cul de Sac 33 years ago, the
Th.-of a peasant baker who
ade cing cob biscuits for the
populace. Ti Marcel started to
school in Port au Prince but
ree years..later tragedy struck
,' family. The father was
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the Montrouis river when he
got trapped in a car that tried
to ford the raging stream. Ti
Marcel's mother sold the bakery
to give her husband a decent bu-
rial and then opened a little
boutique to try to eke out a liv-
ing for the nine children in the
family. "
Ti Marcel was already under
the spell of the drums and spent
long nights watching his uncle
illustrate his prowess as one of
the outstanding drummers of the
Republic. At the age of 15, he
began taking lessons from his
uncle and in a month he had
learned to batte toute quality
tamboum
In the days he worked as a
chauffeur and at night'he drum-


Personality Of The Week
(Continued from Page 1)


in Dunham's troupe with a conr
tract paying him $65 a week.
cL'argent te trop pitih says Mar-
cel and claimed his cost of liv-'
ing' was too high to have any
S money left over. After'playing
engagements at Las Vegas, Reno
and Hollywood he asked Miss
Dunham for a raise. B't he
found the $75 a week offer too
small' and refused to accompany
the troupe to Europe. He came"
back home and rejoined the
shows at the theatre de Ver-
'dure, trying to fill out his work-
ing schedule with appearances
at various tonnelles. But he
complained, "It's hard to find
work here now. The voodoo
ceremonies are held for tour-
ists.'
When Eeon Destine came to
Haiti looking for a second drum-
mer to join the famous Cimber
in his Haitian Dance Troupe,
he gave Ti Marcel a second
chance in the Big-Time. But
again Ti Marcel found the finah-
ces -trop pitt. Under the Musi-
c.ans Union scale he was paid
$210 'a week but was most indig-
nant for deductions for union
fees, income tax and social se-
curity bites taken out of
every pay check earned in the
United States today He also
S stalked off the stage during a
Rehearsal for the Broadway re-
vue, refusing to play after he


med at the bamboches where his
talents soon made him known.
When the National Folklore
Troupe was organized for. the
1949 Exposition, Ti Marcel was
chosen to star-.with Ti Roro in
across-the-stage drum talks. .The
act turned out to be one of the
most popular of the show. When
the Troupe made its trip to New'
York, Ti Marcel got his first
look at the skyscrapers of the
World's Largest City but said
once more I am not impressed.'
Back on the tonnelle circuit,'-
lDancer Katherine Dunham
searched him out at a voodoo ce-
remony at Tete Boeuf and dffer-
ed to get him, a scholarship [so
he says] to go to New York. He
admits that he never did under.-
stand the scholarship business
since Americans have no
school for graduAte training-in
the ,tambour' but he wound up


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weard one of the directors call .
or the boys at the drums. 'Ti. L '.
Marcel insisted that he was in- .
suited. When the show closed -
Ti Marcel headed back to Haiti d
where he is now making ap-..
pearances at the Riviera, Hotel.. ..
He says he is hoping fora a |
change of luck financial. :,
speaking. But we can't help but- .,
wonder how Jong it will be be- :'
fore Haitian tambour artists are 5
paid N.Y. 1nion-salaries in Port "
au Prince. '


New Airline OGA
Had inaugural
Flight Saturday "
Continued from Pcge 1 I --
other important -tity in the .-
Antilles should increase the in-':'
ter-island tourist trade. A. cock-; i
tail party in honour of the event"'l
was held last evening at the '
Hotel Splendid presided over by. .A
the Minister of Commerce and '
the Cuban Ambassador. ..-.
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On the inaugural flight were: '
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Mr. Marcel Fombrun, Ambas-,.;:..
sador to Havana; Sergo Clark,'.,:
Cubana President; William Ales '.
ander, Representative of the- ""l
National Tourist Commission; ,: ..
Fernando Lopez Porta, 'Ciihana.
Public Relations Manager; Igna-. '
cio Martinez Ibor, Second Gen-
eral Manager of Cubana; Marcel ...
Antoine, Haitian Consul in San-
tivgo de Cuba; 24 Cuban news- "
papermen from Santiago de '":
Cuba and Havana. ":
President Has Lunch
On ,Midway \,
Continued from Page 1
neared the giant ship. After be
was piped aboard, he was we1
corned by Captain C S. Cooper
and invited to review the long ',
columns of sailors standing at
attention on deck..
After luncheon the President .
and his 'High Officials were tak- ..'
en on a tour of the Midway- '
which is a floating base for 117
planes. -

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Phone 2368 or stop at .
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Furcy Houngan Given 15 Years stick. The houngan, who acted
A A h rD C uas a he-rb doctor for the Furey
Hard Labour By Court b dt
V ausa.. peasants, reportedly warned
SContinued from Page 1 ance in court but obviously had Pierre that' his wife Exina had
S an took the stand to explain only a small child's mentality, been trying'to, poison him ....that
bsow: the law first caught up He stood in his peasant sandals she was a loup-garou [were-
:" : "with the voodoo priest. It seems and new pair of city trousers wolf] and had killed her two
a young boy came to him and before the cloth-covered-table of "daughters The mountain folk
complained that his mother, Judge Dumas Pierre arid .rolled reported .that the terrified Pierre
xina aro-i, had gone to visit his'large eyes in bewilderment had immediately moved in .the
oungan Charles and never been at finding himself in such un- home of the houngan and ac-
iard' of since.' When the boy familiar surroundings. He ans- cepted the- v6odo priest's offer
w asked the. J-oungan where his were the'questions of the court to do away with the lo.up-garou
anotherf was, he answered, -She's in a high squeaky voice,' crack- for a .price. The houngan re-
.gone to Petionville. in'g his knuckles in -embarrass- portedly paid a boy, Ja:ques
S.The young peasant lad, dress- ment. Dorce, two gourdes to dig a hole,
ed. in white pants and a blue His appearance released a-side for the body of Exina which
derim jacket, took the stand to barrage of oratory from the law- was later discovered by rural
erify the policeman's story. He yers- in the case. The defend- authorities after.the search, set
d he had gone down to Port ant's attorney' Clermont. Benoit off by her sons, got underway.-
?Prince to look for his mama, jumped to his feet and shouted The houngan heatedly denied
t couldn't. find her. He point-, -After 150 years of Independ- that he killed 'the woman. He
,e' a. toil-scarred .finger at the ance, it is riot an honour to have told the' court that..Pierre had
: rcy Houngan and told the a boy come to court in this con- had a fight with his wife and
i ge In a shaking voice, .That dition.. Public Minister, Me. Ba- knocked her down with a blow
S e mteurdere of my mama. sile, then arose in his black robes from his coco macaque and later
/An&. if justice is not done, I'm looking very much like a char- trhed to revive'her by pouring
S'.oi ngto zilte pays-a* [leave the acter from Faust and entdned. ,water on her face. But his ex-
co.ntry]. Applause broke out We are all responsible:> p!anation got so complicated and
b"rough the' courtroom and the After this exchange the jilry longwinded that the members of
'"bvgan looked Jbthl -hurt-.and- listened with. rapt attention to the jury' plainly' found it te.
'i. prsed that any, one 'would other witnesses who testified meanderings of- a bacoulou.
"Blght eitherhis character or his that (he husband of the miss- When the' verdict" camein,
...l.o.feasion, s ing woman, Pierrp Bhro,, ;.had early Tuesday thorning, the
.'"The second son of the .missing called oh the houngan to try' to Houngan found that he 'ad' talk-
o'.: an also. made an .appear- get Help fdr the sickness that'. ed hiself ihto 15.years hard la-
v 4. e.-- Oe- b-- O.OOO bour ,The pullfc', plainly were

..--.." Don't waste radio, pleasure! d'accord, this in, pite of he
S. ... act that the young defense law-
U a PhilipS now'- years put, up ',an excellent case
'r the yoodob priest, wearing
"" Have you got an old' thin their.books on .Code d'In-
Then you don't get as muchh
pleasure out of radio, as you struction Cr-nmitelle..
bught to get! -
ACompare the reception pos-
,s. ,ibilites AND TH.E TONE' Parish Priest Batches
.. .o Philips, set 'fm the Robber With-
's national PHILIPS CA.
SVALCADE "19o2'53 series. w001101fOW FrUiNS
:', uy onte now. so that you A roun Of burglaries 'ofusi-
K .-i. -.. "*' get all the radio enjoyment \
..;. ,. :. ". '' whichh ou are'entitled ness houses in Leogane have
'.- Polite on the alert. And last week
one of thbIrobbers was captur-
.-. ed red handed at the-parsofiage
as he attempted to' make .aWay'
; t with Ahe funds collected for the
.reparation he parish church
.0' .... P're .lad ,heard the burg-
-i. *= -)* Sit: Rim(oc values .
wih a 'fpjcions. Neiw lar on the balcony, ahd,grap
'Wl'c."Af e cttb0li beau- 'l b s i
S .. 'A'1',t"
E y. cigntsppreu la g of sideband splash.- .with him, bt wa -bsin
S... f ,aroub.efree operation his fight when the elderly vicar,
S' Father icard,,.cale tohs-ai
Their cries alerted the
,.W -..v .pu Pt the nitruder, beh
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the money collected during the
coffee season. With his loot, he
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29th

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