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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00209


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RD DIEDERICH
EDITOR

THE HAITIAN ENCG /- '-
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,. G.!JAGE NEWSPAPER
...' .,,,-- AI'I'I 1SUNDAY. DECEMBER 13th 1'1,3


3,; Senator Dirksen spehkiig at the Club International de Commerce luncheon Wednesday. Seated
at the Senator's table are : Sena dor Louis Dejoie, Mr. Otto Madsen, Mr. Leslie Brandt, Mr. Mau-
.1 .rice Vtital,Mr. Gerard Allen, -Cdub Vice President, Mr. Meyer of the Associated Press and the
CI.O President, AIr. Roger Jarm.an.


President Makes Stirring Speech s avy Offic fficerer
Hits Haitian Police Officer
At Chauffeurs' Union Reception A' unpleasant
President Alagloire mi.de 3 cious maneuvers of the pere?,.- te,'national overtones occurre-i
-..strong and stirring speech at nial candidates for the presidlon. -rly Monday morning when an
,pthe Casino reception offered in Continued on Page 2 American Naval Officer, Lt. Law
his honour by the Chauffeur's Grand Sesquicentennial i'ende Gerard Robertie, was
,Union on the third anniversary Bal at Port-au-Princien brought to the Haitian police
of his Inauguration. The Sesquicentennial Fetes hitreau, reportedly in a state'of
H',e told the members of the got off to a lavish start last extreme irnoxication, and struck
.Syndicat : evening with the Grand Bal at the. Haitian Adjutant Merit
This proof of estime and con- the Cercle Port-au-Princien un- lar- a severe blow in the face
'fidence that yqu have spon- der the high patronage of the with his fist.
teneously and publicly given President of the Republic. We The following afternoon the
" me. consoles me for the suspi- understandd it was a success fou. Cap:ain of Robertip's ship the


Visiting Senator D

At Commerce (
Senator Everett Dir'!.sen of Il-
linois told the Internatioral Bu-
sinessmen's Club at its luncheon
meeting last Wednesday that he
'felt the much criticized McCar-
thy Committee -has done a rca-
sonahly good job.D The Republi-
r* rn lawmaker pointed out that
he himself served, on the conm-
inittee and added that there is
nothing to be alarmed about in
tl.e fact that the group goes a
little beyond its orbit. This, he
said, has not jeapordized its ef-
fectiveness. The Senator report-
ed that since the McCarthy in
vestigations started 1,456 govern-
ment employees have resigned


National Side Gi

In First Game A
Playing well below the stand-
ard expected of them, the Na-
tional Football Team lost the
first match of a three game se-
ries against the AtlPtico of M.-
dpelin; Columbia. The winners
played typical South American
Football, true jugglers of the
ball, perfect control, but thper
finishing was not up to the
rpst of their,game, happily for
Haiti.
The first half saw the Nation-
al Team intimidated, passes go-
ing to, the opponents, tackling
being all too late, and their


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Haiti To Have Float In -"
Famed Roses Parade In -.
California; Officials Here

Onp of the worl0's biggest spec- kM
tacles is the gigantic Tourhq- i.'-'":.
merit of Roses Parade whi" .. 'h
takes place each January 1st in,' $.^
Pasadena, California. This year A:.
one of the 60 flower-bedecked .' ,'"
floats will depict the Haitian" 4
Citadelle and on it will perform
ia iti's Goodwill Ambassador of'-'
the Dance, Jean .eon Desfe .);'
Continued on 6`';e 6


ves Poor Display

against game being demoralized. Never- .
theless the first goal of the .
match was mrde by Haiti as ,
off pass well up the V?'
Continued on Page 14 A.'
St. Louis Schoolboys '
To Play Soccer .
In Jamaica o,,
St. Louis de Gonzqgue school
will pay a visit to Jamaica as
guests of St. George's Collegea., ,*P
from Monday, December 14, lo +.
Wednesday, December 23 Th.'
St. George's Old Boys' Ass -.
tion are sponsoring the tour. ..
Continued on Page 14
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Installation Of Cocoa Plant

.I Million Dollar Investment In South
Ri-'hard -C. McCormirk of factory will contain specially d<
.Washington told Your Reportr sign,.-l machinery to take Th
'last week that he had ev-"-,y 'Or.o; b,,.ns fiom the pod, scier
'.ornnfir!ence that Hniti can regp!- I;cifilly ferment them and th
H':ber Colonial position prs r? hi I.- r:y -ind polish them to amet :h
ing -xport.2'r of quality cocoa t'i) competition on the WVorl
The American Inilustrial;,t Mar'-et.
e..me'here.to set up a new sci- MIr. McCormick feels the fi(
..fic '-ocoa processing plant nenr story will raise the living stand
':Anse d'Hainault which, he re crds for at least 10 per cent -'
portz, will be a milliondollhr l-e population, by getting gn-i,
'rvestment of UI.S. capita]. Th? Continued on Page 6


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A Date to Remember
Mc19th,
Put rred ring around De
member 191h on your calen-
dar. It's the Red Letter-
e.,eiiiiig of the FOIRE AUUX
ETOILES at the Interna-
nIal f"asio, Don't miss
this great Charity Fete given
by the Madame Mogloire
Fotind,'iton to see that
PIRE VOEL come to the
poor "children of Haiti


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The Stunning Miss Jamaica outshone the gleaming white of the
National Palace when she paid a call on the President Friday
morning in the company of Tourism Director Pierre Chauvet.
Mlle Evelyn Andrade who is of Portuguese descent spent
the week at El Rancho where she and h'er mother were guests
of Albert Siltera. 'Above : Relaxing on a Port-au-Prince spear- .
fishing excursion. .
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President Makes Stirring Speech
Sresdn.aksSirigSec


At Chauffeurs'
Continued Jrom Page I
S.:- cy who refuse to forgive the
Haitian People for taking Power
k, out .of their reach on October 8,
-i 1950. It consoles me for the
groundless accusations mo I:,
S..gainst myself or against in:,
Qoyprnment'by those inconi s-
a. ents whose inconsiderate 'le.
m; -".mandi for favours have been rae
fuser or t- eertairi therreti -
abns. authors or possesscrs, i
f.nociful economic pluJ!s that
they intend to force on the team
of technicianss with which. we
hy- ,ye surrounded ourselves or.]
,with the aid of which we hope
t resolve the problems .'nn-o
Sfonting us.


Union Reception
,It consoles me for the hyste-
rical agitation of the demago-
gues who, mounted on a staga.
use the people like a marion-
nette, the child's toy that he
breaks when it c-ea.,es to amuse
him or when,. tt no longer can
respond properly.
*Your gesture of this evening,
my death Friends, can be consiJ-
Pred a gesture of encouragement
h:. the entire union movement
;',nd of the great,mass of work
ers whom I have pledged a rise
in living standards that- will en-
able them to buy all the neces-
sitie? to which they are entitled
a. citizens of an organized Conn-
try...


MNew Chemical Company Processing

Pharmaceutical Producis Opens Here
.The new Caribbean Canadiankaraduate medical courses in
'. "Chemical Company which will France and the United States.
.process pharmaceutical products He is President of tho Haitian
'for distribution here and abroad' Chapter of' the International Col.
has three prominent Haitians lege of Surgeons and chief sur-
S on its Board of Directors who geon at the General Hospital as
mustt approve all .products put wvell as a Professor of Surgery at
S .Out by the Company. They ire the Medical School.
e' Actors Henry Domond and An- Mr. Robert Denis the con-
tbony Leveque and IV'.. Robert, z1,'taont-chemi-t for the new Comr
Denis. s '-. n. is a I'ro[essor. of' Phi-
D, r. Henry Domonkd; gn-,r( '*. ic- u:icpl .m'.stry at the
of the University ot" tL .: 'University of Haiti He has a
i: first thought of the idea o. c dipliomA from the foremost Am. -
tblishing a modern Ph-rmar -. 'i-:.n School of Pharmacy at the
tical Manufacturing Pl:int ', 'i'i,'ersity of Mich'-an.
Haiti while he sil'l was a -iu- Dr. Lawrenca Smal'woad
-tlehbt abroad. Upon his return noted Canadian research biolo-
home he solicited the assistance gist will be in charge of the
S F n Lelio -and Rene Dominique Cempany's botanical garden of
who helped make the plan- a medicinal plants and, will be ?s-
y iality. Dr.-Domond is no.v sisted by Damien botanist Fe'*-c
serving 'as the principal asssist- Pierre-Louis.
Ir t nh the Departmient of "MeI.- Among Dr. Srriallwood'sacco'n-
one a') th'Ip General Hospital .nd plishments is the perfection of
,' pac ies Internal M6dinine at thje metfod for the cold.extraction-of-
ft au Prince Medicnl Schn A. i!h'iiver oil. A-nd during Wor'ld
.Ite is a member of the Arce'i- IWar II he was' attached to the
r: n College of Calidiology and AL ..cal Corps oi the Royal Cana-
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X. .the Haitian IledicaY As5ocintion. 'ii" A-ir Force, he made valu-
Dr. Leveque has; toiken p st- ,I :r- -.:nt-'butions in the fields



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hteathing. King George vI
awarded him for these icrom-
pijihments with the .medal of
the Order of the British Empire.
In 3950, Dr. Smallwood, whil-
working with world famous
chemist Hernt Hauser, isolat.d
- natural Antibiotic from a clay
found in British Colombia.
' The operations of the now
plan's will be under the diroc-
. tion-of Colonel Wallace Smqil-


Solitaire Shoe Polish db Luxe
gives shoes a four-fold beauty
treatment cleans dirt from the
pores preserves and nourishes
- waterproofs and polishes
with a long-lasting brilliant
shine. Makes new shoes last for
years old ones shihe like nev
In all fashionable shades hr
leather-.


wood, who hras many year', of 'rx-
peric-nce behind him in the Phar-
maceutical Mfahufacturing fi-t.L.
Mr. Lellio and Rene Dom...
qi-e, who are responsible for "ie
construction of the plant and in-
fluencing their Canadian Asso-
ciates to come to Haiti, will be
ihe business Administrators.
In his address made Decembe-
Oth, when General Magloire de-
dicated the new industrial "n-
terprise, Company President T,e-
lio Dominique explained that
his firm intended to supply the
Haitian people with such milli-
cinals as sedatives, vitamins,
sulfas, antibiotics and anti-mila-
rial drugs at lower prices than
those same items which now are
imported. He added that as pro-
duction facilities increased above
the needs of local consumption.
the Conpany intended to : its products. And by using I-I'..


-- tian medicinal plant-s in pres p
S2 S O(e POtISA ratiohi of the drugs it is hoped t
"t S strengthen National Eronn:n,'
'n mi ;akoe advantage of the Re-
public's rich tropical flora.


GEODETIC CHEF LEAVE.3

.....4 '. ^Capt. Harry Buirchett, CheYf
aIv rf the Geodetic Survey in Haii
Sv'ent to .the L.S.: ia week.


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SUNDAY DEC. 13TH.


Mmines Paul and Joe Anson
turned from abroad this p
: week.
One of the newest rhembers
the staff of the Lycee du C
Cinqiantenaire is Mile Adrier
Chatelain who recently return
from studying history in Par
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Sam Scharfer has once m
returned to the local scene
look over the outstanding
Y 'rette factory *Creole. and
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r fada went to the U.S. Thu
c ays
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the Miami Herald, was
town this week on one of
4.;.,'. frequent La.in American tri
Senator Dirksen tells a story
i 'efetence to. good neighbou
:'". ":sd.. He says'"Mr. Cox Sr. u'
to,tell Jr. \When you go fish
don't take the bait you like, ta
4'-- the.bait the fish likes.,
.;. 1' ON 3-D SCREEN
'.''. Haiti's 'Multi-dimensignal be
.ity. may soon make its 3-dimi
slonal debut :n .the Americ
green. '
Mr.Aridre de La Varre,'mov
Spro cer for .Warher Brothc
4 ,, is now in'Jamaica in c
;. --.e with a film about .Ja
'- .';;,' Ica wfiich will be produced-
JI' Cinemascope, the new 3-dime
t.sional vide-screen process.
Mr. de la Venre a long-tir
.. dcumntary movie producer
.. ll ood hopes: his present a
.jni gap meant will-include, all the C
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t -". t*feans Haiti should be his 'ne
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IFRRY KOVLER PECUPERATES

ore Retired hotel keeper Jerry Kovler was clobbered last weds?
to when the Arrow of the open sign pierced his cranium as he
el- turned to wave to Mrs. Burns passing by. He was in the
its process of changing the Ki Pi'sign. After busting five
stitches he returned for ten and prior to'departure for Miami
Friday was contemplating using 'he Tournacra-ne to hang 3an

0om attractive new Ki Pi sign, the work of Maurice Borno, gov-
ernor Luis Munoz Marin's favourite Haitian painter.
YOUR. MARTISSANT REPORTER REPORTING
i, '* In the vicinity of 8:30 Sunday night a taxi came down from
r.- arrefouY reeking slightly of rum. It 'it [hit] a womalt,
it tried an swing around and 'it thb other car it was doublin'.
The driver lost control and the car crashed to a stop at the

tor frpnt door.of a -ti caJlle.. The woman was taken to hospital.
'r The driver's eyes looked drunk ... Reporter Serge.
his 'OET RETURNS AFTER FOUR-YEAR ABSENCE
ip. Wilmer Lucas. who was herp for seven months in 1949 -it
4n the home of primitive artist Robert Saint Brice in Bizoton.
rli- has returned after duty lt Europe with the U.S. Army. Back
ped lo his cdlourful old resid ric poet Lucas, a native of Brook-
ing !yn, is having no trouble with readjustmenrt, nd .expects t3
ik. -- work" on some short stories *tout de suit.- ,
SHORT NDSWEET
S* Miss Jalmaica, an up-and-coming classic, dancer; dropped'.it
a i on Lavinia-.Willia s and her folklore class'Wednesday'after-
-i. noon and joined in the setting up lexercises,'... Chuck. Wig-
an gins was extremely' enthusiastic 'her Dr. Price ftrs' lecture
at the H.iitian American Institute,' .;Lp,4L(ratur, an, Atts of
ia-. Haiti Fr-idpy evening .... New 'front the'West.sayVs :Sand.,
es-3 has returhed to Jactnel harbour ... Josiannm-Del.Matteis is
on- returning home next week from College ip Washington for
m. Christmas at' home ... Members of, the Ch'idago Syndicate
-n. 'have returned back to Roost .,. Confrdre. Joe Theyerfin. is:
-q. Cuba bound for a good ,estanciai .-.The'T bb..Lele hs, an
attractive' new' entrance, and spacious lobby. -Jn the, new
ne lobby is a tasteful exhibition 'of Haitian, art .. The Dejean
'n chorus are scoring a success ,formidable, with their Friday
ad- night singing at the Ibo Lele dinner dances ... Port-au-Prince
-a. will soon have a skyscraper., Mr. Henry Deschamps is re-
is- ported to' be 'placing an-extra story on his Grand'fRue _mag'-.
ch sins ... Martisiant lost a'sturdy and historic home last we'k,
xt when a Carrier bulldozer levelled Mrs. Ganot's home -to
s's. make way for the Hotel Simbi'salt water pool. Among other
things the house quartered the Eirst detachment of marines
when they landed in .1915 ... Haitian Consul Li Saa Pedro de
Aa.coris, Dominicain Republic, and Mrs. Philippe Chatelain
came to Town last week...-. Capt. -Max Corvington, Conm-
mander of -Jeremie District, has relilaced Capt., Mauril.e
S .Flambert as Police Chief ok Cap-Hatien ... Pupils of .the
Ly- ee Pation are, organizing a Christmas.-ree ,f,.' for the
P'1st ... A ,gendarme, nabbed Pierre Rigal two days'after lie
stole Carrnelia Jemn', shoes at La Saline ... Wednesday was,
the fte- of Mr. Christian Aime, Director of the. National
Bank ... Frangol- Pierre fainted and died in the C.roix 6s
Bossales market Wednesday morning amid the hustle and
bustle ... Mr. Samuel Devieux has returned to the director-
ship" of the Lycee Toussaint Louverture after a period of
study in Trance ... Six soldiers were hospitalized and a nim-
ber slightly injltred Friday morning when truck taking
them to Vertieres capsized on "he second street near the
Hyppollte' bridge in Cap-Haitien ... Exams at the Law Fa-
culty wiI7 start Thursday and end Friday ... A Venezuelan
sbcrer team may come to Haiti to play either the Petiohville
to. or the Violette Club during the January festivals ... 'On dit,
i that Larco Brothers' ice niant will open next year ....Jacques


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Dahorne is recovering at the General Hospital from injuries
received when a car door opened and he fell out ... Ernest.
Bissainthe was injured last week when a 'petard, (mi- .
'raille] exploded ... The *Rights of Man* commemorated
here with dn elaborate programme at tha Law School Thurs-
day ... Lyonel Paquin is au courant* on world events ...
Mrs. Raymond Laroche observed her birthday Monday, .Mauid
Tuesday, and Maurice, Wednesday ... Mr. Aglion.flew to New
York this weekend to sit on the Technical Assistance Board
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Haiti was honored by the
visit of two American diplomats
this .veek; William Pheiffer, Am-
bassador to Ciudad Trujillo, and
Vl Anderbers, Consul, Kingston.
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Lawrence Springfield, a VIP of
the Institute of Inter American
Affairs.
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and Madame have returned from
Kingston. Their son has enter
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Miss -Evelyn Plirck.nsderfnr
who.is replacing Miss Janie Eddyi
as secretary of Public Affairs of
the American Embassyr,.arrived:
here Saturday aboard the S.S.
Cristobal. Miss Eddy' had been
transferred to Rio de Janeiro and
i scheduled to leae- Ha ti
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Senora Carlos de Villamil. wift
o' the First Secret.ry of th
Mexican Embassy in Port ai
Prince is expected heie today.
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SDTNNELDAN(. 'DE GALA
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(Choeur Dejean)
Haiti's Uniqie 40 Voice Chorus
(Singing ejrcli'sively kt Ibo Lele) .
TUP FD 4 v fro A "to 12
DINNER DANC' with


The famous Ibo Lele Orchesira
Please
Reserve Your Table.
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ers, sterilize instruments and
keep them stored. At the en-
trance are two large reception
booths where nurses will do',he
administrative work. A ramp
leading to.''the operation quart-
ets facilitates the transfer of
pitiehts.


A view of the new surgery department aj the general hrospitul
which 'will have six operating rooms, houses the blood ban"k,
1and 'nay be the future headqunrt eis 'of the X-Ray or pharmacy
S'department.


Six Operating Rooms In New

General Hospital Annex
Thp Port-au-Prince Gen.pral s-rub rooms and dark roonms
"Hospital will open its new sur-/ fb the immediate development
gory headquarters early in the rf X-ray pictures. .The two main
New Year and last eek You operating rooms are farther
Reporter ,got a preview peek at, down the corridor partially roof-
-the.$200j000 building-on the Rue ed in ivith sl.anted glass through.
'S. ,Honore, which will- play a 'yhich- medical students and
iA big role in Haiti's battle to save ntrses may watch operaa ions.
,'the lives of its citizens All the rooms have sanitary tile
Our- guide; -Dr. Hudicourt, walls and dust-resistant ceilings.
s,'howed us down a spacious dia; They will all be air-conditioned.
mond shaped hall which serves There are also .rooms for the-',
as .the hub -of four operating Doctors to change into their ste'-,
rooms- with ..their adjacent ile operating gear, tkp show-
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building was erected on the Wite
of thp old surgery.building which
had only one-half the present
facilities. It will also serve ,'s
headquarters for the Blood Bank
which used to be on 'he Fxpnsi-
tion Grounds and for the X-ray
o, Pharmacy Department. .
Engineer Franck Villhire is
in charge of the construction.
The planning wvas done by the
designing section of thr Public
Works Department which is un-
der the supervision of Architect
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Jeantoi. Westingbouse air-condi-
tipning is -being installed.



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11-month-old Marie Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luczen The"
bcuiud, is this week's chosen entry into the Haiti Sun Kiddy Photo6,
Contest. Send in your pictures oj children inder 5 todat na
strings attached, only prizes jor itie winning child,. i and theizT:,
parents.



47,000 Plants Arrive From' Cuba'

To Decorate-New City Park

The Champ de Mars is bus:- the anniversary celebrations Mr
ling like a heehive rhdse dayr. Moody gave the free transport -,
Workmen are *removing the sc-f tion as his contributionto the
fclding on the band stafid, Pe'- beautification of Port au Prince, '
'on and Dessalines pedestal. .
and trained horticulturists ir
busily placing some, 47,000 plan's
in'the flower beds which will I
decorate the Capital's remodelled
park now called the Place des
Hero< de l'Indnependance. r.
Twenty-five ,thousafid of the f ITS rOTA MJ'a
plants came from the. Frdga
greenhouses in Cuba, tranported!
to Port-au-Prince last week by Mr y
C'arence Moody's boat. the Wil- s ne Icl ES
liam G. Osment. The Cub.n S
Press, Radio and Television gave EMILE MADR '
full coverage to the plant s'lmp '-
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.. A PLEASANT STOP
ON YOUR ROAD TO KING
CHRISTOPHE'S CITADELLE
When you come to Cap-Haitien en routeto mighty
Citadelle La Ferriere, make your stay comfort-.
able at the new Hotel MONT-JOLI.
Here awaits you a new and attractive develop-
ment atop Carenage Hill; overlooking a resplendent
harbour.
A fabulous spectacle : Right from your window
in our spacious and airy rooms, you may have a pre- .
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Installation Of Cocoa Plant

Million Dollar Investment In South

Conltinued fro- Puge I Mr. McCormick says Haiti is
now ready for major American
I/ prices for Hd'ian cocoa abroad. investment and that its future
? He s dd in the, past,' the peasants looks bright. However, he be-
dried the ieans in the sun and lieveq that cooperation will be
they often turned moldy afeor the secret of success. He -will
beint caught in a sudden show- be joined soon by his Associate,
P'r., The new Cocoa Company, Colonel Gordon Moore who ar-
Which was officially inc6rporat- arrives on the 14th of this month.
ed last October, will supply ppa- ----
F septy. with young cocoa trees and
the technical assistancP and
qujnment needed fo help them ..
to bring in good 'harvests The -
factory itself will be staffed .'-' .
With American techni'iar. --h
S Will, eventually be 'replar.eo -. ... '
H' oUitian 'when they haye con. ..,
.' peted their training.
Though the lush Cocona planta-
: l.' "ons of Colonial Days have not
S. een replaced. Cocoa ranks today
as the fourth commodity on ____________
Halti's export. list. During 'he .
1~,t52. fiscal yr- 2,100,415 K -
^ ,-:of tAiP' browr..- were serit.to .-'
'jhe oid Mar. $1,1551. .


cHAiTI SUN,


Haiti To Have Float In
Famed Roses Parade In
California; Officials Here
Continued from Page I '
and a team of selected FoJklore -
Artists. The Haitian float has
been entered in the Parade by
the 'March of Dimes., a fun.i-
raising campaign to support Ame
rica's medical fight against the
inroads of Infatitile Paralysis.
Last week" Howard London,
th.e .Radio-T.V. and Motion Pic-
tnre Director of thb Nationnl


Foundation for Infantile Par-ly-
sis, came to Haiti with Mr. Des-
tine to choose the persons to ap-
pear in the Parade. At last re-
rnrts, Mr Londd with the
airproval of the Office of Tourinm
- had named Emerantes de Pra-
dines, Luclenne Thomas, L'i"e
Savain, Joan Marie Durand and
drunm',ier Edner Calvin.

Thiir expenses and suitable
cold we .her clothing fcr the
Irip wil! come from the Infan-
tile Paralysis Foundation. N'one


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Haiti to complete arrangements
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. ichi' .such-.ov tiaon becausean in-
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who have declared Rameau Crol- .er si.pl tels t. : at.."''
chy innocent and who followed. criminal mst be' tUnishe-.ti


the voice of their consciences. Tr
The ouestioh that is today There are irimes,'..o do
arousing so 'much resentment ,There have been. at-,times had nt llow an e,
and feeling is the acquittal by verdicts which have beei dicta:;, public condemnatloiB4&2.U As
a Port-au-Prince jury of ,Ra- ted by'motives rhich the jut.ors the gase with the
Mneau 'Croichy self-confessed as- 'held fair and noble bht the gen- Perchoit., '
sassfi of Remy Jousse. Every- eral public has never approved .,
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one is disappoi'tId by the ver- .
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poiptment has reflected on Hhe H F B '
W in"CooK in=c"ff .,
institution of the jur%' itself. I sc
The acquittal. is..qualified as -or Wunches nDi miners of Distiretio
scandalous, everyone trying to ..- Almost 5,000 fet; alost'
explain it as it is'-4possible to'' a6o"I.. se-evel. 4 I
h .rr i,' d, e *-'A
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argaeed A Eaims lsacdr sevetages
cleared a man s I ,tistly charged, ":"'

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jury system ill.in future .. '"
redeem itself b..'"n iimpressive .
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Those who attended Radio Phii' is first congress in Port au
Price r-'rround the Villu Creole hotel pool after a sumptuous
S cheoar.
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explained the new prowess of
the Super Magnetic models an'd
presented quality products of
the big Dutch firm. The speak-
ers ilso included looil Port au
P-'rin-e Philips dealers Max Du-
vivier and Alphonse Astier and
vme Lemaire of ,El Alba..
The congress ended in the if-
ternoon with luncheon at the
Villa Creole Hotel in Petion-
v51]e. Among the other town
dealers attending the congress
xere Messrs. Gunning, Gijig-
nard, Zuralk, Turnipr, Bien-


5 inSl adioh Philips Congress Held ime. Larreur and Jn-Louis.

Here Monday At Curacao Tradii Cv TTIN
*Mnnday a neU" chapter in the with the sign -Your surround- "HAITI'S EXHORTATION
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isttory of local commerce 'vis-
rirtrn when. 30 Philips ralio
agents. and technicians gathered
it'-the beautifully new reconrli-
boned'J Curacao Trading Corn-
;.ay 'showroom- on the Rue PT-
'ee to attend Radio Philips fir--t
ci'.ongress.
!--:congress presided qver by
1'.General Manager of* the Cli-
'ab Trading Co. in ITaiti, Mr.
.Leegstra, and held in the'
artistically decorated: show-
,Ibas. a revolym pga. ere
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ir.gg are made pleasant by a
Philips radio.* Television, fadio
sorts, electric fans and the other
Fhilips' products were displayed
t" their best advantage. An art-
ist son of a talented Dutcb paint-
er, Mr. Leegstrn told the his-
tory of the Philips works, a
triumph of tenacity and compe-
t-enc, His speech wa, illustrat-
ed 'bv. the showing of several
,different types of radio sets.
M'. Rene lieslandes; .chief tech
nician of. Curacao-.T ading Co.,


Te' Villa Creole reaction jollowig the C(ongres... Mr. Dick

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of sugar.
For the time being our main
outlets are Holland, Western
Germany, Switzerland, Belgium
and England. Besides, Haiti s
row taking steps in order that
tne 2,000 ton quota granted Haiti
by the U.S. be augmented.
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At 6 and 8:30 p.m.
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"*-"-N."^."S-*- pcr LUCIEN MONTAS "'" *
MOT G4LVAUDE
--- ? Au d6jeuner de cette semaine du Club In
ternational de Commerce, l'orateur etait !1
Sdonateur republican "Everett Dirksen mom-
bre ou Pr6sident des plus importantes commi;-
"'sions au S-nat, des Etats-Unis.
Mr. Dirksen est du Middle West, 'de ce Mi'i-
dle West, coeur des Etats-Unis, uil a pu don-
ner A la fois un Adlai Stevenson, homme politi-
.j'. '..que liberal, Pt un McCormick, proprietaire dii Chicago Tribune,
l un des republicans les plus r6actionnaires qui soient.
Notre vi.iteiir, Mr. Dirksen, fait parties de cette fameux,
S commission, celle de Joseph Mce-Carthy, don't les activities frisant
l. inquisition, no cessent d'attrister tous ceux qui admirent 1--s
r auditions Liberales amrricaines.
Et c'est ce qui a ravi, que ce fut IP Senateur Dirksen qui dis-
i ertkt sur le concept de liberty. II le fit d'ailleur- brillatmment
S e reconnut 'a ndcessite fondamentale de ce droit human, sans
lequel, dit-il, ai.cun prog'es n'est possible.
Tout ce qu'iJ a dit 6tait just, mais ce qui n'empecha noas
S qii' la fin de son expos., on lui post la question quL etait a'tx
6vres de tous le phenomene du Mc-Carthysme.

A PROPOS DE MC-CARTHYSME
La commission-'Mc-Carthy a eu pour effet grave do susciter
.T la peur aux Etats-Unis : le grand 6pouvantail c'est le cnmmuunis'e.
Chacun a peur de dire ou d'ecrire quoi que ce soit qui petit le ren-
{ire suspect aux yeux de Mc-Carthy. II a peur d'etre en com-
r"gnie d'un communist.
Ce qui fait une difference fondamentale entire les Etats-Unis et
Ia France. Dans ce dernier pays, oil le part communist est le
plus puissant parti, le communist est accepted comme tel.
Cela me rappelle ce que disgit Sartre au course dl'un d6bat
public & la Salle Wagram, a Paris. En France, disait-il. vote
fere peut ktre un communist, votre voisin'dv pallier peut "'etre.
.,ous le connaissez comme tel et il est accepted comme tel. Tan-
Sdis qu'aux Etats-Unis, le comrimuniste se cache. II n'est pas nc-
cept.4.. D'oU la peur qu'il soit present A vos c6tes, dans votr.
:il le. Cela.determine enfi" de compete une psychese, celle aue
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v Dans ce!-talns, milieux o) P'opposition a toujours ete tres
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respohsabl* de riotre premiere defaite devant I'equipe colom-
bienne. Certes, c'est lui qui a faith la selection de nos equipiers,
It qui a supervise leur entrainement et qui leur a assign leur
.place dans notre 6quipe national.
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Port-iu-PrIine,
December S, 1953
Mr. .Bernard Dietrich
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Port-au-Prince.
Dear Bernard,

As you seem interested [Haiti
Sun, Sunday 6, 1953 Be.ebhcom-
bor], we want to reassure you :
thbecaiman didn't have a chance
t,. change its vegetarian dit'.
leca'is W\VE got it. In fact, '
was very simple :
*A; we passed by the shore of
the I.ake Saumatre last Sunday
morning, we saw a caiman of
,-bout 4 feet13 long, lazily sleep-
Ing, and taking its sunbath on
the sand. So, we all tip-toed be-
hind it, very carefully and quipt-
]y, not to awake it, nd lighted
a snall *du feuv under its t.il.
[You know that heat has an 'n-
tpre.ting effect on reptiles'
t.ils]. As its tail wient up, 'e
lipped a noose around it and
PILL as fast as we could. I:
was taken. One of us, drove -he
err nearby so that NABULOR
['hat's the caiman's namr?]
wou!,! have less to wa'k.


Taking the end of the rope,
we passed it by a hole in the
back of the seat, through the
trunk, and ... all pulling from
the inside, We got him into the
[carl trunk. (1) As we continli-
ed oir drive, we were so happy
of our capture, that we forgot
about our lunch basket that was
in the back. At noon. you m-y
imagine how astonished v/w
were to see that there wasn't
one thing left. NABULOR had
e-iten everything.
Actually, it is at. home in the
-petit bassin, of the patio. If
you wish to see him, you're i.l-
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:,;onday, Wednesday and Satur-
days. The entrance is only :
$0.25
Nabulor, hopes to see you
soon...
Yours vpry truly,
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medhier Charles Lindbe 'g David Brooks, lie 'top Broad-
ed briefly at the Port iu way actor, returned to the States
e airport last Tuesday as a Friday afternoon after an ad-
passenger on -Pan Ame- venturous two days iP Port au
After looking about the Prince. Mr. Brooks is opening
e Stepped aboard his in the '-Girl In Pink Tights, in
e again for his destination, January.
o.erto. --:0:-
-:0:- Vashi Dad'lani is'over from St.
fernande Lamothe, UN scholar Gleorge's College in Kingston for.
winner, lias returned from bhe Christmas holidays with his
48 months ,in Mexico where Fhe parents, the B. B. D.dlanis of
Came a specialist in Basic Fd i. Maison Orientale. Vashi was ac-
tpion. companies by Mohni, the petite
:0:- daughter of Eric Darilani.
,Dr. Joseph Buteau, former \
president of the Haitian Ped -:0:-
|ros, is off to Cuba on a health Captain Yvon Boyer of thd Air
Forpe took his daughter to Nevy
:0:- York Tuesday \to seek s.urgi al
1M. Marceau Desinor -and Em- treatment, for her eye. Five year
oeror Dessalines in bas-relief re-, old Maryse was, victim of an'
,d by, t e Panama Line this' nfp-ituriate,accident, she stuck a
d=.,', penl iib in her eye. i
"

'uried for Chrisitmas from -e C6unt and Countess Al-
|ieig:' school in Jamaica berto Zorli of the Casino Inter-
were 7Butoh Ashton, national; redntly -returned to
twi.'arlene and Carlene Too- Port were efitertained along
e and:.C .oo
%-y, ci''sI.RQy,' Eli'abeth; Zan- with Mrs..Cezarl and son at th?
tig and. .I~arie CecUe' Powell, Hotel -Chboucoune Roof Garden
Mon q.e 1Zni, Juan iand P'atri- Monda, evening by Senor Farag-
6 V- qieiJocelyne Carole g .
rianes, Icaude, Ienriette Flo-e -. -:0:- -
Ichomber andBernd Nhumann. Lawyer Georgeq. Leger Fils
-:O:-: played host to Senator and Mrs.
I.Mr. Roger Jarman is Miami Dirksen during their stay here
oiund today. l* ast week. The there can be no
S:0:-' peace without freedom, Senator
iMr. and Mrs. Helen McCord was show the capital,. Citadelle
are returning to Kansas City to- and Le Cap and feted royally.
borroww for Christmas. They will. Maitre Leger gave a cocktail
return to'. their second home, party for the distinguislhed'Mid-
iBourdon;.in the new year. westerners' at his Petionville
: -:0:- villa Tuesday evening.
Allpe Tassy has gone to New -:0:-
1!ork on a health trip. Mr. John A. Diaz, 'managing
,--:0:- editor of the Florida Pittsburgh
: Today is the first-anniversary Courier, was here this .week
of Mile Gladys Batrony. enroute home to Trinidad to -oe
his mother kor the first time in
ten years. Mr. Diaz intends to
Return for the Sesquicentennial
celebrations.


-:0:--
Bishop Voegeli is clippering to
the States tomorrow.


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Mrs. Frances eThompson, wife Mr. Antoine .Moise, Georg-s Mine Marthe S6rel 'd M: '
of the Manager of Brown and. D-eyfus" and Mrs. Cec*ile de P1'- Gerard Albertave Pierre-Louis
Root here, celebrated her fete va sailed to New York aboard exchanged the vows of t!oly.
at a dinner party in Deschapel- the S.S. Ancon last Sunday. matrimony in the,parish churu
les Wednesday. -:0:-- t Jacmel Saturday,: Decerrtb--.
-i0:- Monday MUle Evelyne Esper 5th-. ""'':
Leonard Taicher Do6c gave a celebrated her fourth birthday ,' -:d:-- '
qcampagne party Wednesday at the home of her parents, Mr. Lt. General and Mrs Aley.on.,' ,
evening, for Sepator and MrS. and Mrs. Andre Esper 'in La er McBride visited Haiti i ..'.
Dirksen. Fleur du Chene." veek.
.-:0:- -:0:- ,Miss Jamaica, has sigr ed .
El Rancho hotel has had its Mr. Maurite Liautaud, Haitian contract to- do her apa .; : ;,
quota of notables this past week. Consul in 'Nassau, returned Wed- ,d 'nee at the Casino durnt n '. ':.
Senator and Mrs.'Dirksen gained pesday to prepare for sesqlni- January celebrations.
a healthy tan on the pool side. centennial fete in the Baha ma Messrs. Pierre Hudicourt' r
Miss Jamaica, Evelyn- Andrade, rapit.l. Mr. Liautaud' hopes to Max" Dorsinvi!le,n memherd.,, F
gained'appreciative smiles from encourage .trade between our the Haitian delegation to thei' :'
guests and visitors, in and out Rept lic and the Islands. There are expected in Port thick" ,'.'-'"
of the pool. And the Buffalo are' over a thousand Haitian -:0:-. -
-j:
Chamber of Commerce Vice Pre- living in the Bahama islands. Mr. Lue Fouche, Chief of the,
silent gained some colourful' Haitian delegation to the UN.s,'3
feet of movie film. --0:- flying to an Juan on the 1ih
-:0:- New members of the Cere!? as a guest of the P. R. Gove -
Mr. and Mrs. Guy de Delva ob- BellevLfe are: the United States ment. ...
served their. .paper wedding at Ambassador, Mr. Roy Tasco D:,- ,. -:0:-
their Chemin des Dalles. resi- vis; the President of 'he Chainm"- A. RObinson McIlvwine, d1 ..
dence Tuesday evening. It was .ber of Deputies, Mr. Adelphin gate of the United State- tothe
also the Pirate president's birth- Tplson; Lieutenant Colonel F'.!P '7th conference of the Cqribb' i'"
day. 1 Lambert; Messrs. Jules Farm'r Commission held in Trinida-,
-:0:-- and Georges Peters. was intransit in our Capital th' '
I ..A
Tie' Baron Guy de Guhsburg ---:0:- week. The American delegate '
of France, an investment con- -:0:- was welcomed at the airport t.'
sular'from New York, is at the Messrs. Antoine Bprvir and. M. Black1 of the American r.Er-.r ..'..
Ibo Lele for two- weeks: Jean Blaise are reported Eu- bassy. ,
-:0:- rope bound after the January -:0:-
Mrs. Otto Madsen celebrated celebrations. Marian. Anderson, the famnu 1:.
her birthday last evening on --:0:- singerwho is to cehant' at the"' ';-: '
Mont Joli with a grand fiesta. Wednesday noon the diploma- esquicentennial celebrating .:
Sic corps offered a farewell Jun- yras here iintransit Fridly. ,

:0:-_- cheon to the departing Mon- --:0:-
Leon Destine is returning to seigneur Lardone at the hotel Reportages of all weddinjn
Roadway. tomorrow after com. Choucoune. .-ld last evening will appr.
pleting'.rrangemnents for Haiti's -:0:- rpxt week. ,.
participation in the Roses Par- 'Raymonde Estimp. ard, her
ade. mother returned from the Stats "-
-' --:0 :- .T h u rsday. "..
Miles Marjorie Sutton and -:0:-
Clairb Quinn of the American Phil Douglas, accoupting .
Embassy are going to Ciudad ficer, 9cripps 'Institition -)f -Mr. and Mrs. Jean Baussain.
Embassy are goingano Ciudad
Trujillo for Christmas. Oceanography, University of Ca- [MTTC Line] have named.their., "
:0: lifornia, La Jolla, is here at hee con-in-heir born Thursday 3rd,
Mile. Marguerite' Clestin, Mon Reve on a fortnight *get'to Pau! Edouard. :
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ville- know Haiti'. trip. -:0:- -
neuve.Celestin, and Antoie Du- -:0:- Mr and Mrs. Gerad -.
charntier, son of Mme Vve MIi- Frank and Liliane Wilson and A'mehae welcomed their sec-
"bel Duchantier, a young flir/i daughter Carole went to Kinf- ond boy. Ma is the fo-mer Mar-.. 41
of the Haitian Air Force, will b, ston Friday. celle Laporte Papa is a b."
joined in holy matrimony Tu.s- wheel the figure banane i-.
day. December 22nd' in the Ft- -:0:- dustry.
Pierre church of Limbe. Ernest Burkett an family -:0:-
iave returned from seeing th-2 Jean Paul is the newest, addi
Haiti'.0 Minister to Panama Queen in Kingston. tion to the B. Loussa:it family. -
Mr. Louis Decatre was in -0:- The blessed event took place
Mr.- Louis Decatrel was in
ton- this past week. -. l1lrick Duvivier family lrst Sunday at 8 a.m. Mern, the
_:0:- arrived home from Mexice Mon- former Anne-Marie Hilton and ',
Jean-Claude Armand is home day, two days overdue. Jean Paul'arc enjoying the best .
from the States. --:- at health.
Sammy Ferber has '-riurn.d -:0:-
10 the tabac factory from a visit The stork paid a visit to the
to Brooklyn. Leys E. Saint Victor household .
-:0:- in St. Marc Thurisday last and .'
Hans Berthold is clippering to delivered Marie. a healthy baby .

ce 486 New York today. airl. Mother is the former Dan- '/
--e :0:-- ella Martelly. .'





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National Side Gives Poor Display

In First Game Against "Atletico0
Continued frn r Page 1 b'11 was shot in the open goti.
Jacques outside right by super- The third goal came roon aft r
ior speed,, beat the opposing when Atletico inside right back-
bAck, and was brought down by hbeled the ball in the goal after
a foul tackle in the penalty aria successive centers in the'goal
Just as he was about to shot. area. Haiti from then on \yent
,,.'. Theopenalty was well taken by on the attack, and dominated
S Zoupim and Haiti was one up.. play in the last twenty minut's,
Atietico vpry soon' after ev n- ir which period they scored
e, ed the score. and the first h"'f :'eir second goal after an iden-
S eded one-all. tical foul in the penalty area;
The second half sdw Haiti again Zoupim scored. Play eni-
more in the game, and trying to ed .with the score 3...2 in Lv6ar
play constructive football, but of Atletico.
S movements were time and time
again spoilt either by Phonol or The National Team went in
Marc Elie. Atletico 'vent ah?ad feeling the under-dogs and in
when Rigaud the National guard the first half certainly played
inn left his goal to go to the help that way, forgetting all construct
of one of the defenders and 'e ftive football that has been


Louis School Boy Soccer Team
Goes To Jamaica Monday
S' D'. totinued fromv Page 1 of track events.
-i'. Th..visit is a return to the' Mr. Joscelyn McCalla, an old
3'1. '6e' that students of St...George's boy of St. George's College, an-d
i ad .to Haiti in, -Jafnuary -of now resident in Haiti, has dona'
51 .: ed a cup to be awarded to thp
T1'tli Saint-Louis de .Gonzague school winning the football, se
baysB.ill.travel'piI a chartered ries... Mr. and Mrs. F X. *P-in-
S, Haifi ',my:p Aitthe.Di- cho. Rankine have also dori~p~d
,, ".- t... : .a.-_'i :_.....
S. recf6ro fthe..ureat ,qf .Spor's, .a trophy to he awarded' to the
.'Felix Bker, 4nd 'M. Josenh, winner of the track events.
in. ton, a -Sports Bureau mono- All events will be at Emmct
tetir and .Jocelyn McCalla. Park, where the Old Boys' A+
The Haitians will play th'e sociation has been making alddi
footballl games against the Man- tions to their pavilion to acco'm-
'ing team of St. George's College modate the crowd expected to
-.'arr thPre vill be' an aftfrn'on witness these games.


i O sana at: Bichara'
":IIzmerv. Au Lincoln,
been recoinmendilng Bazpr de la Poste.
I IAPP'S. BABY 00 B azar National. Geor-
5 V lo n ager h ny a w r
.j AA. glBbaby ,ods .es Coles., Maison
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and slowness in getting to the
ball.


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would have put at least four of
them off the field. It is hoped
. that they will not repeat these
disgraceful exhibitions.


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13th '
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The refeering was impartial,
and good, except that in my
opinion the second goal scoe(ad
by Atletico was offside.,


They improved somewhat in by Jocelyn McCalla.
e second half, especially in the **%":" ", ""--'"'s"" "
t ---- ^ .^
3t twenty minutes, and actual- -
had Atletico on the run dur-
g that period. The defense
is quite good, Elie at right .
If being a ,stand-out. The for- I
ard line was badly handicapped REFRIGERATORS ON THE MARKET
the loss of form of Marc Elie
d Phenol. With a bit of re-
mping the National Team
would win the other two mat-
es, if the players play up in
rm, and play as they have
actised during the past two
;eks. The Atletico Team is
st below par of the last Colum-
in side that played here
rlier this year; thev gave a
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d accuracy but spoilt the ad- ,
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siting Senator Defends McCarthism

At Cniopmerce Club Luncheoir
Continued from Page 1 overseas dur:'g World War I,
S"rinning his commission from
Shad taken their posts*un- i '
..' e .'anks. Later he became a
the present administration.
number of the Bar in his home'
said there would be 'n-
: Satr. and the District of Column-
taping emniphasis on- Pan Ame-
a-' e .t b a. He served eight term in
ahn ptbblems in the.- united
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tes during 1954. We are
ghb' added, fore returning to Washington in
b- t 1951 as a Senator. He heads
!nd we should 'do the neigh-
wthe National Republican Senato-
dtirly things., Dirksen called
i rial Committee and is a member
1e Western Hemisphere a Cita- s
or the Appropriations Commit-
Wlle .against communism and
tee. f
taphasized that only iri an at-
a sphere of freedom can peaca
be established. U.S. Navy Officer,
;The Illinois legislator was HitS Haitian Police Officer
.3 Continued from Page 1
0or.n in the small town of Pekin Continued
3anuary 4, 1896. Me attended al.olngize for the behaviu:" -
the College of Law at the Uni- the officer and ta s~ttl .l
versity of Minnesota and 'lt c!aiims made by the vi'inm of thie
he classroom to serve 17 months attack. Major Adrien Valvi'le,
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the Haitian Police Inspc-cton, sR
that Adjutant Mars would r
press any claims. But he addi
such conduct on the part of
U S. officer could not help b
create a bad impression.
Commander Ellsworth Sm
avrepd and announced that 1
officer would be court martial
for his offense.

Vehicle Inspection Statii
Opens In January

Th.n modern vehicle .insp
fton stationn built by the Pol
E"epartment at Chancerelles
positr. the airport has been
augurated and completed. 1
station will reportedly ci
irence operaflon in January.
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American lawyer John!
1- ns and sons James and He
;3"e vacationing in Jacmel.


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.0 Dr. Price-Mars Applauds Reduction

ed 9 Of Illiteracy With Use OfCreole
On Friday. December 11, a Dr. Price-Mars bolstered $
it rge' and receptive audience thesis. with many. well-chdsen '
hard Dr. Jean Price Mars. rle- and often humorous illi '.:r.
th liver the fourth lect.ue of th? tions, and was warmly app ri-"-
ihe
Institute's series, '150 Years cf ed by his listeners.
led National Life.
Dr. Price-Mars chose as his ------- .
subject 'Literature and the -
OH .rts.' His argument, with whip h
his audience was obviously in a1- a:'-4 .
cord, ran as follows: Before and
during the War of Indepen- -
dence, Haiti acknowledged the
presence of two languages, ir .
in-
French and Creole, Both of whivh Wa
rhf they regarded as literary med.a
'However for a hundred ye's
following independence. Haitian
virth-'rs have largely limie te.
Per-
themselves to production in'
enry .
Frenr-h. Only after the Amer ,
can occupation began in 1915
did interest, again arise in lite--
ary production, particularly of
poetry, in Creole. Dr. Price-
Mars maintains that this is a lIn.
gical development, since lite-a-
t',re in French can oily be
addressed to the. seven per cent
of the population which undr-
stands this language. He ap-
i)auds therefore the current of
fort at the reduction of illiter-
acy is a step towards the cro'a-
'ion of an audience for a truly
-national litefaLure, expressed in

oropriate to it. At the same Hue Pa6e, Tel :;
tim,. this process is bitt- !he
first step in the eventual crea- Alias KetosAe
tion of a- populace literate in efigeatr
French, already regarded as the NAISON MAX DUVIVItR
official language of the cou'-
,... ,


A.4MERICAN JETS TO
VISIT THE AMERICAS
A group of American jets, S-
biejets. Thunderjets. and Shn.'--
ing Sairs will reportedly vi.it
the AmIr.ic'L;. thi; month under
the command of Gen'ra'l p-:-
ben Hood

Cubai Journlists Here
Two Cuban journa3is' Me-1.'
C-isiobal :. Zamora and Gerar Io
,;ariiiiez ny the Cubnc't magatine-
*Alf,-,, arrived in Port Vcdi1t--
Cday ,-? guests ,' The H i'ji-
-,'vernment.


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Page 16 cHAITI SUNo
O-d 1 t fODecembeh


French violinist and noted
composer, Marcel Van Thiencn,
will give a second recital at the
.Rex Theatre on Monday even-
ing December 21st. He will be
accompanied by Madame Andr?e
Denis Those who attended his
First Concert at the Cercle Port
au-Princien earlier this month
were loud in their praise of the
violinist whose '`igor'dus style
and technical precision have
rarely, if ever, been equalled in
S faiti.
At present, M. Van Thienen is
guest conductor of the Palace
Orchestra which had its debut
C!. as a symphonic group last year
under the baton of the noted
British Guiana conductor. Dun-
S,. bar.

Besides playing before the
i. crowned heads of Europe, M.


S .enter at La-Saline'was thrown
open to the Public Decemb'rr
6th after President Magloire cut
the rjbbon sealing its doors.
Visitors could not help but be
pressed by the 340 foot build-
i -ng which has a capacity of 40
. beds and can furnish 500 pa-
tients .with medical care. Our-
:' .rg the inauguration ceremonies
laborer, Enowe Dorneus, was
S. ven a check f6r over 1,000 dol-
m as Social Security Compen-
S tion for injuries suffered on
:is job.
S' The Social Security Expert,
""' 4.'ho helped set up the l'Insti-
tnt d'Assurances Sociales of the
Government, was decorated with


t bbe National Order of Honour


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MARCEL VAN THIENEN


'"an Thienen has won acelairnm
fer his symphonic compositions
which have been hei.rd widely
over the French, Belgium, Swiss
and English airwaves. Last Sun-
day Haiti's M.B.C. played his
Prelude to Romeo and Ju!iette


vices.
During his address at the In-
Ptguration, Minister Roger Dor-
,inville pointed out that the 20th
Century was the Century of the
Common Man and that leaders
were recognizing the fact that
the well cared for labourer is
the man who does the best
work. Such a theory hap been
the inspiration behind the Gov-
ernment's Social Security Pro-
gramme, the Secretary of State
pointed out, as well as its othqr
steps toward bettering the life
of it.s citizens.

Our 'confrere- Le Constitu-
tionnel celebrated its tirst birth-


day last Friday.


French Violinist-Composer Thienen

STo Give Recital Monday 21st At Rex


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Royal Dry Cleaners-
uCINDERELLA,
where you will find


a large selection of
imported European handbags,:
leather goods, French evening
bags, silverware, etc.
All suitable as Christmas
gifts.


Stories To Appear in
New York Papers
On Sesquicentennial
The special Winter Tou-ist
Section of the New York Times
published today, is carrying
Mary Johnson's article on Hai
ti's 150 Anniversary. And a Npov
York Herald Tribune columnist,
Hayman Miller, has also been
gathering material "or a story
on th, Sesquicentennial. He
spent 16 days at Hotel El Ran-
cho.
RODMAN DOING
GUIDE ON HAITI
Author Selden Rodman now in
town writing a Guide on Haiti.
The Prt critic whose famous book
Renaissance in Haiti' gave our
primitive artists world acclaim,
is now gathering material on
Haitian History, traditions, cul-
ture and tourist arcommoda-
tions. He and his wife and child
plan to remain in Port aiu
prince approximately 4 months.

N.Y. Stevedores' Strike
Scheduled For 24th
In consideration of the sub-
stantive increase in imports and
exports largely as a direct result
of coffee, Westley Shipping Corn-'
pany has increased their, sailing'
and will ply direct between New
Orleans and Port. au 'Princ
fortnightly. The vessels will also
rall 't. all outports.
For assistance in solving your
shipping problems, r'tes. and
sailings contact .Mr. Carlos
Pereira at telephone 327.1.
Leave New Orleans Arrivwl
December sailings: in Haiti
M.V. Ann Christian 14 20
M.V. Annie N 16 22
M.V. David 25 5
S[Jany.]
It was also mentioned that the
strike to take place in New York
on December 24th will not affect
shipping from, New Orleans.
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