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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:
AA00015023:00210


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In Athletics )
. KINGSTON, Wed. 16th. -
Track and field athletes of St.
opis de Gonzague, scored up-
ztgainst St. George's College
terday at Emmet Park to
L. the track meet with a to-
of 76 points. St. George's
ege returned 53 points.
e visitors showed good
In the field events, and
t the Georgians sufficienIly
the track to maintain their
y lead.
of thi high jump was
e Black, who with a west-


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knd Football
ern roll style, took Class 2 hon-.
ours with a height of 5 ft. 7 ins.,
which equalled the best per-
formance of Class I winner,
Fred Hyppolite, of the touring
team.
The Haitians swept the firs'
two places in the Class II 100
yards clash, and turned in a sur-
prise victory in the 4 x 100 yards


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NARD DIED
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FOUR-DAY FRENCH LANGUAGE

MEDICAL CONGRESS ENDS
Many vital problems of tropi- sed thp advantages of interne-
cal medicine were discussed tional scientific collaboration in
during the four-day session of his address to the distinguish-.ri
the French Caribbean Medical gathering and expressed .the
Congress which closed in Po.-t Continued on Page 15
! au Prince last night. Workman Touched
Attending the Congress were Live Wire --
members of Haiti's Medical As- Etectrocuted
sociation as well as seven Doc- A workman, Cemonblen Sau-
tors, a surgeon, two opticians veur, was accidentally ele tro-


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re the tribunes on the Cha mnip de Mars Sonaco's big Tourna-
e is seen preparing to lift Petion onto his pedestal.


amp de Mars Takes On New Look

And New Name


p finishing touches! are' be-
put onil the numerous monu-
ts which will be- permanent
elitoes of Haiti's 150th An-
ary of Independence as
as symbols to light the fire
atriotism in the hearts of
rations to cbme.
os Blanco, the' noted Cu-.
sculptor,' recently arrived
Italy witb his 48 tons -)f
e has rtliefs for the Obe-
at Gonaives. But,he could
o bring the giant 20 metres
statue of Henri Chris-


The Trieste crisis took place
just as the bronze was about to
be cast in Italy and all essential
Continued on Page 16
Baby Contest To Continue:
New Deadline
January 31st. -
Because of popular demaiid
SWe have agreed to prolong the
Sun's Baby Contest until Jan-i
ary 31st. We still have a bad:c
log of fetching pictures of Port
au Prince infants to publish
and are receiving more veryy
day. Nothing wrong with the


President Magloire received .
two new decorations last week.
Tuesday morning Colombiim
Minister Ernesto Esguerra Cer-
rpno invested him with the
Grand Croix Extraordinaire )'
the Order of Boyaca.


Before placing the wide gr-i,
ribbon on the shoulders of th'
President, the Colombian Einvy


relay, by winning with a ten-.announced, rl'his decoration is
yard lead. the highest and most significant
St. Louis beat StGeorge's 1-0 my country can afford, is i
in the first football match in the the present case, a fitting tej:.-
series Thursday. Continued on Page 14


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RICH .


THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER


RONY CHENET, Jr,
GERANT RESPONSARBL


.Nu. 14


PERSONALITY
OF THE WEEK

The man who has probably
seen more of Haiti than DO9 $p'
cent of the Haitians is Profehfori
John Street of the University 't
California. For the past sl$
months the stocky geographer
has travelled up, down, -"ovet
and around the Republic using'
every bit of transportation avail-


and two pharmacists fromMi tr. cuted Tuesday afternoon as he able planes, camions, ships, ,
tinique and Guadeloupe. The of stood on a scaffolding outside sailboats, boui-riques and even.
ficlal medical representative of the new home being constructed shank's mare, ]
France was Doctor de Seze. by Georges Coles. Eyewitnesses TPhI geographical informati-or
The inaugural session opened say he touched a nearby live he collected'will go in a giant re-
Wednesday morning at the wire which threw him' to the port to' be made to the.U. ofcli.
Vasaem ,-.-DessaIa s. in th .w t -. e^, ,,9S e .0.1. .. h up V re.. iome tI ."
sence of President Magloire. on his arrival at the General Clhristmas.
The Haitian Chief of State stre3- Hospital. Some of ,his findings were-turn..
er over to the Sun for use i

> Assures Merry cmpin our serieon ow
Sof the Republic.* But Professor
Chrislsmas For Poor Children Street's studies were mainit,
Judging from, the attendipce cGriots, ,rLambi, and ,Tas.'*, concernede d with the rural probl
at the *Foire Aux Etoiless lhit Continued on Page 16 lpms of Haiti the crops anp
night, the poor children of Haiti RURAL ACCIDENTS the agricultural techniques of-
will have a Merry Christmas. ON THE INCREASE tbe Haitian peasants. He found!
Thousands of Port-au-Princie.1n Haiti's rural accident rate l'.9) about 200 different crops rais'O.
answered the appeal of the ed forward last week.. in the Republic, mostly for local,
Madame Magloire Foundation tz' At Gonaives a Public Works use. He said the farmers In
attend the gala F&te at the In- truck driven by Elie LoUis many cases used ingenious me.
ternational Casino. While they struck and fatally injured a Lit- thods to adapt their production.
shot at Flying Saucers, danced tie girl by the name of Leslie to Haiti's rocky structure, parti-
to the tunes of Haitian Merin. Continued *n Page 16 Continued on Page 14


gues, ate heaping dishes of
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iUNUAY, DECEUMiB.W Rt 2Z0t, 1953


mounted on his horse. Haitian birth rate !


President Decorated

dian Schoolboys Upset Jamaicans By Chile And Colombia


Professor John Street who has for the past six months travelled
u.p and down. over and around the Republic, is seen above with.
his Geodetic camion.


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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20th .


SUPER M

LA CURACAO TRBlIN COS AF HAITI S.A.,
Rue Dtee Daugi .ohes.
Pour marquer finaugualtion di asi l 4t9lM ithilalion ORGNfIE :

UNE LOtIsEi


A I'intention de ses cliefits du Meiciedi 9 ad Dimariche 27
DMeemib et leud pr6hitt li irdiaiiIle s6rle de hadioh.
PHILIPS 1954. SUPER 1


Le9 lots sont des plus iut6ressants. Jugez en vous mOmes.

16 fix : U d Mdio Philips 1954 Super M, Mod6le BX535A, 7 tubes
-4 b-ndrs
2o Phri : Uh Rhdio Philips 1954 Supi- M. 12od4le BX427A, 5 tubes
-4 Ftinde6g
3d et.4o #rit : Un Ralglt Eletriltir PhlNps d detax ttes
t c P(to P* : Une lampe Irfrarouge Philips
.6 et .' p'i : Un jeu complete de luminre pour bicyclette [ eu
Pfiiifhe] dynamo lampe avant et arribre

u 9U aUt 2.6 f'~cembre 1953 toute personnel ayant achet@ au Showroom de :a Curaqao Trading recevra un numdro qui lui done drolt
a frtjciper A la Loterie qui aura lieu le 27 Decembre au course du Prog'amme Radio Theatre au Cin6 Paramount.

QdOIqus giolIs nduveaux de la s6rie ftadios Philips Super M 1954
La denomination Supei M ihdique le champ Electrique et Magn(ique. Nous pouvons donc lire Super. Magnftique Technique.


Quelles sbni les bspheealiats de la serie Super M 1954
fo Une plus grande sensibility
20 Uhe recherche plus facile des Stations
3o Elimination total@ de l'antenne exterieufe '
4o Un nouveau type de $Haut Parleur. dans chaale apparel
5o Eliminatiofi des irrterfdrenceds fu Sectetir avec un Ferreeplteer
6o Une plus grande puissance de Sortie
76 Les apparels mixtes sont pourvus d'un dispositif pour rechar-
ger la batterie automatiquement. Ce dispositif tfit parties de ,
1'appareil irdme.


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La .'uracao Trading tenant compete de son volume de ventes dans lee appareils dd Radio qu'elle a enregistr4 au course de Il'anM
Ib fi53 g pro46edfans le fut d'encouriager les acheteurs de demain d'accorder de meillefres codf@itKS pour les .ayparei]s..Super M
' 1951. Nd'eI bfeti ttte ltnfidotlveI (fa' M 'd i'os ebt integralemerft kayde rlar la Ctiffiqa Tradi t6 0 el nodffi p8r ld achl.ers. etlihig
reprenodfs en 6chanig 'impd{ffe qudlle marque de Radio centre un nouvel apparel "Philips.
Une vraie r6vohlion dans laente des Radios in Haiti
Visitez notFe installation Rue Dantes Destouihes
v'." Demandez une Denornsiration sans aucune obligation de ",dir parL

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/LA MARCH DU UPRO li


UNJRIOMPHE DE LA NOUVELLE 414tIWSM PHILIPS


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De laombreuses personnel ponsenf quo la radio a attelnt
la prfhction. Loin doe Il Leo oeaVitU Sit P t MfI
les dicouvertes geonetionelleo failte r6oemment phr
Phtilhs... L'une do cello-cl et ie isnmdlbu Ofii tA d
6quli6 d'un moyau do Ferrozedli6e.


Ce bobinage, plus petit rmal plus efficate., es rieilemniin
uhe revolution. Son noyau di Fertraicfie; If WVlUIaJ fllu~
riau super magnetique, conc6ntrf e W8ndijI s coiraaik
magneiques dans votre podib de radio. Ceci veut dire:
pratiquement aucune perte dank fMs 6i'rdits at:tdrdcl : V81fA
pourquol les nouveau post i Philips ont Un circuit 4'un6
remarquable quality, donnant un degree baIau6dti ltis d evE
do sensibility et de s61lecqviti.


BX 327 LI
Sat ir ird idJdnihu tiui7 dukrA6
6q Sina. Om is d pOfi
Control do tonaliti 6 dauxJ
- position.4


die Philips 1954 1
rlmeutrs. carad|rise';u.. 1. rII"
* tnioenhe incofrl6A hlMi*FlJRw.l
Suer t N f .bi e dfrI tI)n*nimlque f
r Eage H F I iflMiM he bandd
* Nod *li o.e1 Jjtqub
Deraridez I #otre inagasin ieabitdil ufie d6fninstrtidin s i
le cdtafbgue attrayant en cSidJurs c[ 6if1 JaT vriqir tIs tfl
I d6tahs sur les nou+4Vux PbltU PAifis fl 1954.


I* fib tt
6A ubbo. Trols uwlos dffarenas.
Na't i atra,. 6,d iapisim.

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Philps easttoujourS natr'S mHIOUNf equisitiuo... .


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4 : HAITI SUN. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 26th,
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r s.'A."King of New York Colonel Edouard Roy, Chief present the Association at al
S'nd. pretty daughter Naida, .p r pOrt of the Air Ford&e, has returned airport. .:.. ".
7i-sittiag Port au Prince for a from a visit to the U. S. Colonel -:0:- ,.. -n
-a weeks reilef from'Hudwon .. Roy touched down- in Los, Al. Jean-Claude Laforest h. gone
ief's eh~fly 'bite. ,The Kings, geles on his .tour.. to the States to live with his.:
.te.~a associated with the fam r -:0:- brother.
Katheurine Dunham are bask ** Emile peedunes, well known -:0:- '- '
Ithesun atMis Dunrtam's lottery agent, returned to P ,r'. The Jazz Atomique took to the
on, Leclerk above Bizoton. SHORT AND SWET .t Supday aboard the S.S CLIs.- gir 'thi week ang 'elippered to
i;' "' '- *:' ob Borno of bejean Chorus' has composed a short 'piece' toal.. MCr.'pesdunes wa in New Jamaica .to, play under conlct j.
..Ge.oard Paret has been in- entitled sPas capable '... The Creole 'adaption of .Antigone York for hi Pealh. for Joe Jl0j-e-dor, the -orjlnal.
;AX. eetary t th Fa-
.. a. by Morisseau-Leroy is going to press under the sponsorship ., snake man
t of -lt1w. He replaces Me. of. Mr. Raoul AgUon ... Vice resident of the Panama .Line Mrs. Rut' '.siler ?oay is the .. -'r.4.. .
'o.'heiiho' "w i sW,o..t..' Mrt. Pfizer, Capt. and Mr, ricksen danced a light merigue Fipst./ 'gaetry .. hotel s'. Mr, .and Mrs. Bo9d -"od
...ai.erneenet. Cabhne Choupoune'Saturday night ... Latest news from p@h9Wp. Mmp.' py who *.@ a lew hma. to Christmas Can
e-10:- S2 "the, UuiLted States tells of. drastic measures to' be taken aedqw Ushp4 _,agqpt will :e gas City Mn[day.
di a during the holiday season by tavern keepers. They will serve, '
IIS ^':from abroad Wed- a.departing guest final drink .coffeqa with the object of, I TD n mati CirI
edain cidenFs. I-aitian- coffee, speculators re ot-be- Mr. ErnestG.Chauvet direc- .with hiswife, son and
Shind the move ... Today is the birthday of 'Mile eRaynponde tor-proprietor', df Le NouVe'- ter. : .*
Zim mernign of the. .'-
;i i .-m.n t .ik n z .;.- Mr. pger Jarman"is in Miami conferring with PAA Iste, Dea iof Haitian Press, '
.. a hi.fs n how to ineeas. travel in 1954,, etc. ... Chi Mor- ,and perinarientrepresentative gr.P. Fanto of the p
sn of the Naval Mipsi6n .took a buich of .the bToysinland 'Haiti to fie UN, arrived 't Pot Ni'X n' Port-au-princeh-
g.te ofg Mr'e. ld : a itngspree ty this waek,. yAfter two, days al re- a .au Prlnce yesterday on leave aeen raised to the post of
n.atio .: Abr,- turned preseat..and corr et ... What more importl.t th n aad to attend'th sesqtieien- Secreta y'
-,'ad .it .."r ov.' o M,,. Daniel Royh qp -.. .ow bu- n l celebrations. Venezulan.Ambassador ,:
'.,- ., a;" .on t Exposslon;, .1.wil lead s customers through .. : Mandel Dagninoi to etu
S '- F o accountancy and tax. ea Mglename# He is a .-rdeate" c.Fk, Ab~,ssaf"r Caracas bie nictu on
S .te, hac .Plladelphla.... Tree-man Vinton Burs is in Rome atted -Haiti to is retued --: *
,atlldl ... itis.a, urns, of Haiti to.."-h'U. h6 returned 0 -;..- :;- "*^
.-:t-.. Sta '.. l- g a FAO home office p, wwoWi. jHe,. is expected, "ho-me on t.a ibn ia. San JFun,' Mile Barbara Dunlap, SOre- ,
,-. ....r .. .,h rnas R. "i re 'now being made o L the Na- ere h a of the ar te American i v
,. .. -i rwc An a;tec4.cian of 'PAis has bepn en.trutS ,Iueirto Rcda'venment -, ind,f.Q,'lo, w lo.
4,sA n... dias.... -toown by -nu ..-

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"N cor' ,-ed "'St-"Ad rO4 r W .-Pfrize,* Vice Pres@deit-'f 'f thi '
.:, wth' .r e ,onnu r et Verite," Offlcer '-F,.

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,.. ? ,3ritif ed' ian w as.found .. ,v. ...., ,. ;. .
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'Ht: 3,.en.. F'"th` "month


pf^t'nct^ l^1'A DR;^OWN'S F '*k -, ;' 1.
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..t Rudog.t ethe man, meyts de w eleeat dved lie .
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,N DAY. DECEMBER 20th
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eHlAITrI S01t*


-Prize Winners At The Annual

Union School Bazaar


I .The Union School bazaar hell
in the Cercle Port-au-Princien
t.$bMurday the 5th was a com-
i&.eti'-lutcress. Ihe Cercle was
$d'eborated for the occasion L.y
Rene Kenswi] and Mrs. Ashton
poths were attractively sFt up
y individual committees., the
udcky winners of the raffles arid
dobr prizes were :
..;Hillmar; Minx won by Mcr.
arcus Talamas; '
"Omiega :Seamaster watch don-
atd: by E. Noustas, won by .Ro-
laid Rsy.:
!:.Lady Elgin watch donated by
)on" Mohr, won by A. M. Her
s; B.N.R.H. .
Philips Bicycle donated by
WW Wilson won by Gabriel
S.Baptisti- d
Philips Radio donated by CL-
rii Allen, won by Mrs. A. Vn,
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SCOCK
J" Th 'rpar en-'
gulfs. 'You as
you' 'imb ; i
stand, near. Ile
pit. You rea 'i
V, your .nlace ar.d
take- stock of
your'surrolnd
wings. The'"
s of seat as welJ as the'
g room are crowded yri'i
anit 'Every eye is dircot-
asenihe pit., theomod
attention in the same di-


Embroidered dress donate i by
Mme A. Celestin, won' by -Tane
Eddy.-
Singer Portable .Sewing A .a
chine, donated by A. de Matteis
won by 'Mr. Muzac SCIP.
Child's Electric Sewing Ma-
chine donated by Guy Barr-'-/riu
won by Gail Smith.
The Door Prizes were *
Dinner for 4 at Ibo Lole, Hi-
tel was won by Walt Hancher.
Philips Electric iron don.at-ea
by ,Curacao won- by, Mrs.. Vir.-
cent.
Thermos Picnic' Set donated
by Firestone, won by Benoit .i:.
Sim6n. .
Camera,. flash attachment and
tripod donated by Kahn wob by
J. R. Williams.
Brandy from Naude, won by
Al Jankwitz. ..
Continued on Page 6


FIGHT '
reaction and at first see on'.- a
throng of men, shouting aact
gesticulating .in the arena. Then
you notice the birds, hel-i 1i
the crook of the elbow by their
owners and handlers.
The roosters look entirely dif'
fererit from the usual barnyard
variety. Their combs are, crop-
ped, their' bodies are lean and
they' seem much fiercer. Youth
attention does hpt remain long
on the birds sihce their owv: ,rs.'
gesticulations and volubPi;, at-


tract ev
Bets a
respect
the qual
the upr


'ery eye in the audience. only fleeting, the next fight s thought is already on tie' forth-
ire being made and the about to begin and if my neigh.' coming action in the pit..
ve owners are praising bour was let down on this con- .Harry Gottfried,
ities of their birds. V'hen test be expects 'to recoup on December 10, 1059.
oar reaches a cra.endo the coming fight and his every -


everybody is convinced- tihe pit
is cleared and only the tw.v
handlers and the birds remain.
The cocks "are set up and-re-
leased, circling 'each othar war-
ily, then, a lunge frdm the black
One, so'swift.that you are bare-
ly .-ible to follow 'the action, 'a
flurry in tne center of the arena
and again the careful stalking.


2,000 CARE Parcels to Be Distributed

By Madame 0agloire December 23rd


In the, meanwhile the specti-
tors cheer on. their champion.b
money- is being waved at- hee,
birds, exhortations, shouted as if
,;he very life of the bettors ,de-
rended upon the .outcome,of the
battle'in the pit. The. contend-'
ers, oblivious of the, attention .2,000 parcels containing [see picture] cooking fats, milk, rice,
centered upon them keep con- beans, sugar, beef and gravy, donated by the CARE organisa-,
centrating on.their stalkof each tion will be distributed b ',Y.e Madame Magloire Fo, .I-toe t"
other.. A flurry. of, feathered the Palace 'Arbre de No-l, c.'cember 23rd at 3:30 p.m. CARI ""
bodies, it seems the. red one is. has sent 9,978 parcels to bc distributed to the ncedy nf Haiti
on top. A roar from the.spoc- The/Haitian Government pa t the transportatibn.- The remain-.
tators in the stands. As if obey-. ing parcels will be distributed at a later date. ":


ing to the cheers of the crowoi
the champion pulls away, n.at
without effort and after having
left a few feathers behind. The
-action continues,' both in the
stands and in the pit. The swet
rolls off the spectators faces ;
voices are growing hoarse, ge.-
tures fiercer. The climax is
near: at hand. A final lunge
from the black rooster' and he
is 'declared the winner. Ycu
watch thp triumph and the dii-.
appointment painted 'on he
faces around you. Yet, they 're


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Four more shopping days before '

Christmas

Here are some suggestions from -A




Jeanne


4, Rue de la Reunion, across from the
Haytlan Americap Dry Cleaners


French jewelry
Perfumes -
Ashtrays hand-painfted
[French]
Silver jewelry
Neckties, ruff links,


* Leather billfolds and bags
* Scarves ..
* Belts [ladies and men].
* Lingerie -
* Christian Dior colificlet.
* Haitian statuettes


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.. A PLEASANT STOP .-
ON YOUR ROAD TO KING
CHRISTOPHE'S CITADELLE
When y'u come to Cap-Haitien en route to mighty
aCitadelle I.a Perriire, 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 .esplendent
harbour. .
A fabulous spectacle : Right from your window
in our spacious and airy rooms, you may have a pro-
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ha ~~ ~ ~ ~ 2ika 06p W R
Ui~iii ShOGIRodman Wrote Up 'Two Haitians As
Bazaar Prizes
(Continued from Pazge 5
q.. o*** Among 12 Most'Outstanding Artft
Electric Shaver donated by
Curacao won b~y Doris Mancp. In North and South America
8-day clock donated 'by Gi'g Selden Rodman, whom v/e' fino Tamayo of Mexico.
won by Mrs. Marcus Talamas be interviewing next week on Rodian's introduction t-) the
RCA Radio donated by Bogat the subject of books about Fi drawings stresses he shift to
won by Milo. Hakime. ti, edited recently for N2\elit monumental or mural arit i the
Westinghouse Fan donated by World Writing a group of 1.) painting of ihe future and sin
Boucard won by Mmte J. Defay of the most outstanding drz w gles out for speial praise the
Dance music was provided by, ings by artists of NTrtjh ancd enormous progress in this di-;n
the Palace band and the ba-a. South America. No less than ficult art achieed in .Haiti. 'hIt
was a financial success contri- two of the artists included were restof t -we vorld- Rodmani ;ay,.
4 hutihg sevteral> nor thousand Haitlans! can look to Haiti for inspirat
dollars to the biniig of the One was Wilson 1Bigaua, in mural pinting; the renas
new ~nion- Sohooit whose drawing of a fisherman. .'sance o9f Mexico has
PU7BLI& TLATItONiTS 01PIC and a small boy originally ap, course.
TO PSTABLISH peared in Maia Rodmian's rhii-
ENTERPRISE HERE dren's book 'about Haiti, INEW IN.-SPECTOR
Reported' In the press ti!s Andie Goes to Market.> L OF SOCIAL WORKS
week Was the news that Arier- The second wa's by Dieudemrar Dr. Petit has been appoi-nTed,
can Public Relations Off .: C~dor and shows a peasant and Inspector General 121
'Ale.wider Lambert. this year'.-* Champo of Champions vftpr
a / fi Bill McClure a veteran of the his wife and their baby. Ofler Works. Dr. ti replaces Dr.
receiving the Blanchisserie J;r % my Trophies from immy Plin-
last war and'busines, had ar, world-famous artists ineludel.by Joseph Buteau.
ton left. Edner St. Victor -le ,t right. ,.
rived her6 Thursday 10th to art-critic Rodin-6 in his sele-
~at right.-Phot Burdett Ashton.
study the ecnoone possibilities tion were: Candido Portinari of FOR SALE
ob r n Cheampof of aiti. W. aMcu wi re-' Bzl, Rsns Portooe adr7a of P el grand piano. Apply Ho-
T gite crie of hundreds Lam~bert, the son of Mr. and portedly return in 1955 to e3iab- Cuba, Ben Shahn and Rico Le- tel. Aux Orchidees annex, 15,
m rt, spent lish an important enterpr brun of the United Sat -
ofthe massive, Staidla early school years in, Cap Hal-
ire last week as the -ti em, Ee returned to mariku-
ehturning, legs and powe.,!ful, late for a short-time, at the ous:'
shoulders of seventeeneamld saint Lout- erture School,, then
Alexander Lambert catapu'.ted entered the Lycee Petiorf wlNosc
'to three thrilling victories genial and scholarly dirsech,+,
id Won f hmthEder St. Victor, guided h'm
forp Winmwetlkn coee Mr
b chisserie Jimmy Trophles to' both academic and athictic-
Champion Champions for superiority.' ejhen questioned
;,IU yWar4 Interscholastic A ch- about the future, the wise-young
Ietie -Meet. championpn smiled and indicaIted
Youg amer, hoisa p.that athletics .were -good bu4t
dent 4tL Lyceke Petion, remained business is more- essential.
air-borne. during the early se..
sins of the- field events wrtennud Returngg Fs
be sailed '20 ft. 6 ins. to win. the From1 Paris
B~od Jpip hn rbedu Mr. Sorel Drouinaud, exiro
dyaluminum pole, raoled_ ducer of Ambassadors andLMn
'C16wn the runway ,and L Soared isters, returned from his posr s
ever the bar at 10 ft I in to win First Secretary to ougr Paris Rai-
thePole Vaultjnjmo catego-ry,' bassy' Wednesday,'D. Doun
Later when the turf .rumblIed aud's ,trip. is reportedly connect
with the beat of, he,determ.. ed idWith the Protocol receptim
feet of thip finalists in the 1,150 ,of foreign delegates attenqi~ng
Ineter 'd~hi, Champion Lambert the ,sesquicentenninal' cele'bra-
swept out in front to win agAp 'tions. and the resignation of
In, the impressive time of 111.9 Protocol, Chief Dan iel Theard
seconds.
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i HAITI RAKES PROGRESS IN POLITICAL STABILITY
S0liNER STRONG REGIME OF PRESIDENT MAGLOIRE


.,By SYDNEY GRUSON
Special to The New- York Times.
1.RPORT-AU-PRINCE,-Haiti, Dec.
!t- Under, -Paul Eugene Ma-
oire, her strong-man pres;dcet,
aiti has achieved, for the time
being at least, the political stab-
ity indispensable to eco i ami
nd social development. The
,ace forward may be excrpjiat-
lngly slow but it is in the rig c
direction.
Haiti is the oldest Latin Aice.
dcan republic, preparing, +o cele-
)rate on January 1 the 150th an-
nivqrsary of its bitterly won in-
dependence frpm France. It is a
Negro republic and it is one of
hel world's poorest and least de-
,eloped countries;
Tdo many people are on too
tUe lapd about 3,500,000 'tn
n area the size of Maryland.
between 80 per cent and 90 per
ent of" the people are illite.'ate
d four-fifths,, of the Alad is

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Within the limits of a $30 01'.,-
000 annual'budget, President Ma-
gloire has started programnmcs-
to attract tourists,- build roads,
improve agriculture and reduce
illiteracy.
Both the United Nation' T'lech
nical Assistance Bureau and the
United States, through Point
United States, through Point


Four, are helping.,
He emphasized thpt Haiti wis
not seeking charity.. He wouul'
like foreign capital to, establish
sm: ll industrial plants ars a but-
tress for what is .ssentially an
agricultural.economy. T9. antLract
foreign capital, the Ijaitian Gov-
ernment passed a law redi ,ng
taxes and eliminating certain
duties for new industries. The
lack of response, from foreign
private capital has bj4iJt up a
suspicion that, a *the President
put it, the United States -is not


interested in helping us
dustrialize. "


Opps4'e PAA on wRue, avee


ITNMAISON ORIENTALE EVERY DAY


NEW qIFTS ARE ARRIVING.


rush. You are certainly going to be


Select yours now to avoid last min4se


Satisfied with our Gift Collection.


Give him or her something to pleas:"


and last for a long time.

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This suspicion is held. by
many Haitians and, obse-vers
believe, it may -well be the
s.
wedge used eventually by the
Communists to try to gain en
try here. They have mada no
serious effort yet, perhaps be-
*cause Haiti is a -land of small
f4rms-too small in the opin on
of most experts anrd the *.' m-
imunists cannot use land reform
as a rallying cry.


Many persons believe the ex-
istence of Roman Catholicism asl
the' official religion also. pro)
vides an obstacle to communism.
However, there is cdnsiderabes
argument over how deep the
H.itians' Catholicism runs, for
voodoo is practiced, alongsirf- it.
Officially the bar against, voo-
do observances still exists. Bu-.
the Government does not at-
tempt to enforce the bar, arid
people say, the country is .90
per cent Catholic. but 100 per


a n cent voodoo.
ta in-


The quality 6f President Ma-
gloire's leadership' is perhaps
best measured by his success in
bridging the deeply rooted divi
sior? between Haiti's pure Ne-
groes and the mulattoes. In the
massacres following the. revolu-
lion, the" Negroes almost wiped
-* 'ot thb tlitattoes..and"bittefness
has existed 'between the vwo
claspeg since.


As part .of the ceremoni-s to
commemorate 150 years of inde-
pendence, the President will '-'.
dicate on,January 1 the rebuilt.
cathedral of Gonaives. There,
on New Year's Day, 1804, GC;i.
Jean Jacques Dessalines procli(h.1
ed the country's independence
of the French. .


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FAMOUS DANCE DIRECTOR AND CHOREOGRAPHER KIDDY PHOTO COTNEST.
FROM HOLLYWOOD TO ARRIVE HERE ON DEC. 21


Anthony Capps, Hollywood
motion picture dance director
and choreographer, will arrive
st El Rancho Hotel in Poit an
Prince, Sunday, Decr nber 27 to
make 16mm colour films, dealing
with native dances, customs and
folklore. Upon his return to
Hollywood in Janua'y Capps
will release the picLt'L; to film
houses throughout th. country
9.-d also on television He will
also use the films in connec.
tion with a lecture t-.ur during
which he will add',q various
women's clubs anri ci groups.


War Brides, and Tell it to a
Judge., He also has personally
taught to such personalities ; as
Janet Leigh, Guy Madison, Gig
Young, Don Taylor, Sheila Ryai.,
Marie Windsor, Rosalind Rus-
sel, Kent Taylor, Lynn Mertick
and Richard Ney.
In addition to his various pro
fessional activities Capps has
utilized dancing as a psychatiE it
rpethod of rehabilitating m-:.tal
cases among women at the Gov-
ernment Hospital at Sawtelle,
California. '


During his visit in the Cari- ~-'.*'- ---- -
bean area, Capps also will make GIFT SUGGESTIONS
pictures in Puerto Rico, th Do FROM ?Little Aliss Rose largaret [Moag
mincan RepubliMax.U. Dvivier gy] Craan is the daughter of
mincan Republic, Jamaica and76 Rue Payee ra.
.. Cuba. He will also collect ma- r. and Ars. Jacqe r...l.
b Hecor.aToys. toys. [Xmas specia-l frqm/ Mother was formerly Gh ysai
trial to interpolate in dances he/ ? o w f Gy
.r $0.30 up]i Wilson. Maggy is 16 months o"'
S creates for i various oywod Table lamps [large assortment?
Motion picture productions a.adfrom $4 up; desk lamps, oor
.. ersonalifies. lamps bed lamps, liquidirers?
Capps has been a foremost/[the famous Hollywood liue-/
figure in West Coast dance cir- .iers with 8 blades], automatic,
l. des for approximately 15 years. irons and ironing tables, table
He.introduced the rumba at nd"istoves [one ,or two burners .
famous Biltmore Bowl, i. Los electric refrigerators and Atoves,/
Angeles in 1938, teaching theKerosene refrigerators an '
iouine to various dance bandstoves [small units], auto acces.-
I leaders, and be was also an im-.sories, Philips radio.
portant figure in the introduc- ..,.~. ..- .. ,


tion of the samba to Los Angeies
and 'vicinity. DR. GERARD BASTIEN,
Capps has staged .danve se- Postgraduate dentist of thp Uni-
quences in mqhy important Hol- versity of Michigan, professor at
"lYwood pictures, inclu-1Ing *The the Faculty of Port-au-Prince, of-
Marrying Kind., in wit.L' he" fers his services to the public.
instructed Judy Holliday anil Bois-Verna, phone 5234 Consul
A .Aldo Ray, *Outp'ost in Moroccu* nation hours: to 12 nroon, "
starring George Raft, 'Japanese p.ap. to p.m.

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SChristmas Eve Dinner Party
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".. 'December 24th



Carols will be sung by the Union t


School Pupils at 7 P.M.



SKindly make Table Reservations



S0for the New Year'sEvePary.


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Seatbd beside his best echapeaus
is Maxime Sejour the bright-
eyed son of Dr. and Mrs. Andre
Sejour. One year old Maraim.'s
mother is former Jeapine Tor-
chon.


KIDDY PHOTO CONTEST.
SEND IT IN TODAY

Send in pictures of you: chii
dren under 5 as c,..i as possible
to the 'Haiti Suni t he contest
&roses ,in December Prizes gu
to 'the winning kiddies and to
fathers, and mothers r'-un, the
SHaiti Sun., Joseph Nadal and
Co. [Gerber's Food, Canmay
Soap, Carnation Milk and Quaicer
Oats]; Canape Vert, La Belle
Creole, the Haiti TradLn Co.
fGrant's Whisky for Dad] and
Clapp's Baby Food.



Man Referred To Justice
For Attack On Boy
Andre Marcaisse was arre-.tad
and referred to the Justice last
week for the brutal beating of
a lad by the name of Lucien La-
mous at Cite Vincent Dec,ibai
1lith.


PARAMOUNT

Sunday, December 20th a*
3:30 p.m.
cAgent Federal,
3rd and (4th episodes and
A Cowboy Film
At 6 and 8:30 p.m.
*L'Ille des Pgy.mees;

Monday, December 21st. at
6 p.m.
*Peche Mortel,
Tuesday, December 22nd at 6
and 8:15 p.m.
*L'Ile des Pygmies,
Wednesday, December 2TIc,
6 p.m.
*La Bonne Combine*
At 8:15 p.m.
'Strange Bargain,


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A Cowboy Film

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ANNEX.,
15, Rue Oge
now receiving guests.


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Importers, Travellers, have your
shipments cleared promptly by

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The best Customs Brboker in
Haiti.
Phone 236S or stop at
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Above: Pupils of the Kinde"r.i'ten Turian gain healthy exercise
by means of a jungle gym. '; v

Mothers Should Not Allow Social

SDuties Interfere With Children
SThe., mother's role in t0 up- children's behaviour, not try'n,
bringing of her children was to compress them in a nmil
the subject of an address made. uncompatible with their ind:vi
.on Friday, December 4, h r Pub- dual characters. -What irritat?
lIc Health Minister Roger D),- a mother is not necessarily bad
sinville before parents ':" the what frightens a mother i.- no
enrollees at the Turian 'T der- necessarily dangerous; ba 1 beh
i&i.eh. The Secretary of Stale viour patterns are those tua
"ti .ssed the fact that rr'Lber'; will lead to the child's even-:u
should not allow their social dn,- inability to fi4 at ease into adil
`:"ties to interfere with their p,"- society*, the Minister iu',te
I sonal care of their yon igsters out. *
hiln preparing them for scb oi in In speaking of the f "':er'
ithe morning and putting them to role in rearing pf the young
bed' in the evening. Such prim- Madame Jean Desquiron stre3
s nLy maternal function, said Y". ed that he must not be :s
4.orsinville, should not .* left disciplinarian and wage -a,.e
-.to servants, but also an understandin- con
He added that the modern mo- Danion' and guide to his rhi
others must use intelligent *, and dren. 'And a model of comport
.i.lucidjy in dealing .with' te.r tant that they can respect.
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Inpaugurated Today
Mr. Georges Marc, Directo- of
the Department of National Eau
cation, will inaugurate new
government school at G.os-
Morne.today while in the 9--uth
Mr. Bertho Berthoumieux wi'l
oppn a new petit-Goave school.

Provincial Fires
A -house belonging to Gust,'e
Joseph was burnt at Fond Pa '-
sien r.vid two houses ,Llonging


to Leconte Joseph were cons'ui -
ed at Caraber this week,. The 4.. QUART sPoor.
BOUQUET.. BOUQU
Ir,qses are reported ... be corn- .
paratively high.

Fire At Leogane Guts Four -. MAK -
Houses: Damage Estimated ILA PLUS ANCIENNE FAMILLE DE DISTILLATEURS D'HAITI)
Houses: DamagepEstimated ,
At 4,000 Gourdes
The Leogane population knvw
moments of tense app --bension
and frigbt last week when a
fire burnt up four houses l.b. /'A tI4i& I
longing to Joseph Emilien, S'.- /.,f,. /i
vain Gaudin. Clemerite Paul and f
Gerard Roger and threatened v 1 1
PORT-AU-PRINCE HAITI WEST INDIES
spreat. The damage is estimat- -
ed at 4.000 gourdes.




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Creative moment.
Material Arrives


A Truck Hit Him
Yvon Brignol was hojpitaliz-
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Ia consequence of having been
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reau of Labour has arrived here
an'd the electrical and me. hani-
,r! material are expected in the
inew, future.


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new efficiency for your tillage work. It
helps you take advantage of the full power
of your Caterpillar track-type Tractor.
The tool bar is attached integrally with
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So Docors have
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BOAT 'WAIT FOR GOD.
SINKS; CREW RESCUED i:7
SAILBOAT 'GOD ONLY.

When a squall sent the fish-
ing boat 'Attends Dieu* to the
bottom of Port au Prince bay
Tuesday the crew and four pas.
sengei-s were rescued by the
sailboat -Dieu Seul. [Q276]
The lucky Christians saved
were: Eneoc Joseph, Dorisma
Jean. Elianise Verna and Ger-
maine Vilsaint.

Hotel Beau Rivage
Taking Shap.

The hotel Beau Rivage on the
Exposition grounds which was
originally built to open for the
celebrations in 1949 Wvill open in
January under the directorship
of the Italian group operating
the Casino International. Harry
Tippenhauer the engineer ar-
chitect on thp job, is putting the
finishing touches to a rasqd
swimming pool,' outdoor bar
and front yard landscaping.
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T Do You Know Haitian Art?
The tableau that appeared in painter of Haiti. -His three cel(-
'last Sunday's issue was a work brated murals in the Episcopal-
a of Jacmel born Castera Bazile. Jan Cathedral mark hinX as a na-
Bazile saw the light of day in tural. muralist. Even his sma-'i
i that western port in the year easel pictures are conceived on'
.192A. a grand scale, the forms si-:Upll
Early in the 1940's he decidii fied and the colour clear and
to seek his fortune in. the bi" vibrant.
city of Port-au-Prince and be Tdday BaUile is one of the '
qit'th birthplace of noted 'rt- pillars of the Centre d'Art,
ists Dufaut, Luce. Turnie'r, strong, poise, loyal, with deep
An broise, Phalante,, Alberoi religiousfeelings. He lives in a '
BaiU'. And Wilmino DMu charming little house in Port u
mon .walking"'the -distance on Prince which he paid cash down
fb lf.,He soon =found employ-s for "two years ago. His pretty .
m .ia' a -.gar on de course in yorng wifc is impatiently awa't .. ,
they're "6f the noted architect : ipg the arrival of their first ad-
and" artist Albert Mangones. edition to the household expeot- Jaemel bo
Some time later he became the ed in February. the Cathed
house'boy of the Centre d'Art.
In no time the atmosphere des- ."
cended on him and he picked ,
Up the paint brush.

His 'very first painting was
full of naive charm but not long
afterwards he was producing '
paintings that sold. He gare- u '
his houseboy duties and- devot-
ed his W time .to # M- ting. 1*s
evoltton as- a, aintEr as teen 4t
stea dyer tie years an& lie is
perhaps he foremoat religious .



A TED'YA kJ -A

Hqifftans resdtilt th> ipnrcal' -
organized a cofi&xeenie. can.et '
Sunder the, auspice- of the *Ch,- -
.' valiers!d'Actonvalk oea the oq-- a-
slon"of thel coipgemeratioa of
the 150th anniversary of tH..,
Vertieres battle. Haitian &.na
songs were sung by Mile Mai. -
| celle St. Leger and M. Jean Mis
sena.

NEW COFFEE
9 -Rx T ESOCIETE.

Messrs. Jean-Baptiste Georges
Reinlnold and Reginald Pet'--
have received government au
thorization to establish tne
cReinbold Coffee Export a
coffee export society with ., .
capital of $200,000. The .socLe e.
will have its main offir. in
Port au Prince.


AITI SUN


'rn Castera Bazile. His three celebrated murals'i.n
Tral St. Trinity rn.-rk him as a natural muralist.


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TSPS'NM ALL


PELISSIER JUDGE .
Me. Emnile "Pelisalert toea ,Ath.
oath of Judge of Port-au-E.IC, :.!*
.' CIi1 Court IMonday.






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Syndicate Of Maritime
Agencies And Labour
Bureau Hold Talks


Officials of the Labour Bureau
and members of the Syndicate
of Maritime Agencies met this
S ast week and discussed work-
er's legislation, social assuran-
ces and worker's lodgment.
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SE S H E LL I MOTOR OIL


DETERGEM..STABLE,.PROTECTIV
THE SHSELi S. (WEST INDD) Il'D.


The New Shell Office is located at the Corner of

Rue du Centre and Rue des Miracles


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POINT DE VUE

.-1*o*-s.-"*, par LUCrEN MO'NTAS *" "'-
A PROPOS DU SORT FAIT A
CI EMENT MAGLOIRE ST-AUDE
,ous est p6nible mais il est de
erivoi- -- de signaler A l'attention de qu
rciLt, le sort clut a 6t0 fait & Cl6ment Maj
St-Aude, un decrivain, un pokte qui est.
f:ert4 A tous.
Cldment Magloire St-Aude a cholsi [?
*.v vivre comme 11 1'entend. Ce qui est impor
ir',p gene personnel. L'on ne voit done pas la raison pow
ielle il a etC a ce point battu qud depuis une semaine 11 g
.a "chambre. Ce nest certalnement pas parcequ'il 6tait ivre et
Wntait de s'dvad'r. Car or auralt pi, facilement le m:.it
II est n6cEc.;:ire, et nous demeurons persuades qu'
fera, il est,-ncessaire que des instructions solent passes
qu'jc de; faits aus< malheureux ne se renouvellent.
-. XXX
L'UTN.I.H. ET '.E DEPARTMENT DE L'EDUCATIOI
NATIONAL
Si l'Union Nationale des Instituteurs Haitiens, que c
aved autant de d6vnoement que de competence, notre ai
d Doete Recgno- C Bernard,. a cru devoir sortir de s;
ge-; e habitualle, pou" prendre position ccontre la politique
"'" dVeloppe au D6partement l'actuel titulaire .de l'Educatior
tto""" leb., on est g.ndralement d'accord pour trouver qu'il y
S'k .,",v.1iment de auoi refl.chir. '
S -qete AQ.ociation, on effet, a toujours combattu pou
'".'"'ir l'Ecole Primaire sur dces bases slides. Le. souci qi
l
t. :.oujours dbminme est I'am6Uv actiono n du sort de l'Instituteur
L."' e1Deut dire que dans le si' out on Tentend habituell&.
V elr fasse de la plitique '
Ce qui ne donnm q,'i? plus de valeui' et plus de poids
,sition pris.- par I'1U.NIH en defense de I'Eco'e haitienne E
Ce.: en defense -le -l'jnstituteur rmepris, .,
Et .lv VoTx'i "elIHH7' ,de sigpaler beute une sdri
'.. partlcuiiemertt ace ablanhsI et .t.rtublints *a* a fois,
S' uel. iI, n'y ,pa.s,,iet. 'bur nous, d'insister. Nous nq voi
r4tenir que 1'aspect- human diu problfmte qui s'est trouv"'
', e- celil..es -rappdrts ,.etrt chef et subordonne.

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HAVE
,
A LITTLE:-
t BRAN DY

H A N DY...
IA

p. .." .


to crown that perfect moment of
pleasant companionship. One of many
occasions kor drinking Hennessy. '


SUNDAY. DECEMBER 20th
________I,


-HAITI SUN4,


SIMPLE
REFLECTIONS
By aLe Caustique,
from cLe Jour,
In this age of speed the auto-
mobile occupies a most imporL
ant place in the scheme of ringsns
in all civilized countries and
particularly in this little isl.:rn.,
But is the automobil- such a
blessing as people curuse?
It is evident that th automo-
bile facilitates transpxr cation for
the city dwellers whi must go
about on urgent an i pressing
business. It is impossible to
imagine Port au Prince without
its taxis and its camionett.e; V'-
know that these knights of the
'vheel, our ubiquitous chau~"eurs
can by a strike, paralyze the busi
ness life of the city.
Likewise, as a means of com-
munication from one city to the
other, the automobile has be-
come in Haiti an absolute neces-
sity. We realize this especially
when torrential rains break up


- ?lombia Gives President Magloire

,(Extraordinary Cross. Of Boyacan




I' A f


Tuesday morning Senor Ern-.'lu Esguerra Serrano, Envoy E.:ira
ordinary and Minister Plenip'tentiary of Colombia to Haiti,
decorated on behalf of his gov?'rment President Paul' Magloire
with the eExtraordinary Cros, of, Boyaca.. Above: the Coi :;:.
bian Ambassador and Presid-.... Magloire drink a toast.


for DistiNguished Beahly and Unparalleled
Accuracy Always Choose


our roads and we have to resort


station.
We can no longer therefore L.)
Without cars and still in the lan-
guage of wise Aesop: rt is, the
best and the worst of moJe an
inventions.
Alongside the real benefits wx e 12
derive from. the 'automobile, I "
there are many disadvanfages.
One of the greatest is that Hat- JI
tian capital, accumulated at -the
cost of so much work, struggle,
and thrift, is slowly dissipate ir,
smoke, and iron scrap fnr the
benefit of the great fact. ies of
Europe and America. And the:,,
beautiful cars which we admue
oi envy are not merely a pea- RUSSO FRERES 25 Rue Roux

sure giving investment,, they a,- '.
a constant soutce of wor-, and
expense, for they require 'exp.. -.es Le hie.!leur der, pneus g6antsl
sive care and mniostly mnamten- '
ance.. RIB
On the othLr hand- w.,,. non MR


one ignore the moral depe vwit*
brought about by-the auto.,obile.
How many crendez-vous gai
ants,, how many romantic rldes.
how. many startling divorces it
has facilitated. Many other mis-
deeds could be charged to this,
invention proving clearly 'thak
the automobile -- an agency of
progress and civilization lies
often caused both financial ruin
and moral .corruption.
More International
Football
iOn .dit, that a Haiti Uru-
guay football tournament mi .
take place soon, and the Fe J:-
ration is d ntemplating signing
an agreement for the visit of
h ftmncm Rnrin A wonvtinp


Le pneu qui vous donne des
avanta'es inesp6r6s sane de-
peaise suppl6mentairel
Une miarche stable et douce ...
m. oins de risques de d6rapage
... une carcasse extra-resistante
d'une tenue in6gale .e-
r6sum6 le kilomUrage Ise Ai
d1ev6 au prix le plus bas.
goo*


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-rDans le monde
entier on trans-
porte plus de.
tonnage mur :
pneus Good-
3 year que aur
pnetme de route
..


UNE AUTRE ECON6MII DUS A GOODYBARi
.e Hi-Miler "All Weather" possede la fameuse
bande de roulement "All Weather" de renbln.-
m6e mondiale qui assure une resistance au
dfrapage et une traction exceptionnellis stiff
tons lea sole.
a


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TRWEmnTTUE*Cr LU*e UfaltBaUIp Of XLir. iouowmg ms" paper;me. a ai.. ..pyWUg
rrwwnH-uaI FREN CH i~iyyUAsw Dailey., -:i -surgeon showed jhe. laj ter
I: CONGRESS ENIIS '. Drs. A. Miot afi G. Leon film to b made in Oiur Repub- casion. of i;s se6on
i' ftno Pagqe President of the antique De- Statistics-on the tian Gov- lie In the Operating Rooms. It ofhis.:consecratioLnaa:.
Ssueh collaboration legation.( ;. r -., ernment' .Ortbopedic: Sbrvices. .was the: .ork of. Camerametw .He was .decorated
a direct .effect on The folape re Dr. St. Cyr Greffe,.Osseue. Plinton.and Doret: : tional Orde. *i ..O
ve dit gn pThe fol,wi ers were
tndards-'of presented Pour Retard de Consolidation. 9:00 p.m.-A visit tothe Thea- item, rank. f. C #t
ixte'h .i ti, t d.r. -"of presetted. Y ..' P R r CIVIL, *XL4.. qZt, P'.'
'D eeand their Dr. Be teu Nervous r. Miot -. Place de 'Ener- tre de Verdure1 ,' CIVIL, ':
S .. : Ma tatighs of' the" Neuro- vatiqn dans le Traitemient des Mr. and, Mrs. Alphonse Piard COMMITTBEE
dent's. address. was toxic.. S drdmne :in 'pbtnicious Duleurs de la Hanche.' are showing off their brand new AT FOREIffei'
Speech by Fr--" al ria in D Htt." ". Dr. St. Cyr Spinal Graft in. daughter Melonne..born te.,5th I.4n.ay moe g
by. spe e rcego Dr.Inflmmation of the Verteba. of December Aviation Comt
a4dor Ooed- deT Bircefol%-"... Dr. Fjiehln- itement d .de
ad theiea I ,n del Association d. 1a -- .ication lateral Surrenalectomy .in. the, BISHOP DECORA TED proposed. tract
n a.:Profs n .sd'- Specifue d .ro.legi. I Treatment. of -Secondary one Bishop AlfredVogeli. ofthe France arid. teHai
anid Pd.:'Tfeasd? -re Speciflue ,et',d!-Nezrolilegco
Cancers., piscopaa. ch' was deco en .. : ,
Th residet.the Haitia DrMontetru -A report on. .... ..
J..a At I.C p.m., the visitingemem- ,
S.tal Assocition, Dr.. Cons, the. Sixth International ..Con- p 1f Nn..
S"..bers of the Congr'ees paid a" 1all pa.L.U/ cOl
?t erre Loues, made the wel. gres"' n'Leproy. paid
.. ." on the President at the National 4' : .,:. ....'
.c' omiDg address. The session. Dr. Fidelin Action de la '. t e.deD a th. Ntn urmoto shines .flpos like, glass '-- produces a9b.hr
-r Palace. .U-,'
W 'i W under the able Chairiitqn Vitamine Bi2 sur les OptioporoL :' a tread-proof and waterproof. surface obbn any f nd: '.f io,
....'- .. ... .' .-The Afternoon Session on sur -. .. ,-., .
Q. ship'f Dr. Andre Sam, -Under ses,- les Osteoarthrits ,e.,P ng or linoleum yet on It you' can't slip an tic
S- '- tate ic : rarthrtes. gery got underway, under the'. o .' L '.
Setat of State of Public rathries. 'Cht cause of thisitis the only polish youi shoulduse. Movbl-
'H lh' r"H e ,' 1.eChairmanship of Prof. de Seze. ,' ,-, .,
Health., Dr., Noel ,- .Hyperthyrodies 7 -. Pr. accident claims as a result ofanyone falling.on' slippety.
Dr. Dailey --I Rpartition Go '
z.r l owimg papers were Fusres. floors.' You are absolutely safe with Fur oto:fo.
.. g '. raphique de 1'Ulcebre de I'Esto- ,.ee iw .. ,.R.' a
presented: -, .. t.ia'At' Section of the Interna--, every can is ivn.100 FREE INS-UIANCE I1N
r. ,' ." -',. '' ms.' q e"r 4.
S r. P. Salgado --.Hflerther-. fonal College of Surgeo s, PPNG .
.. .. f .. .. ." ... : Dr. L v que Complications ... -
.mies Cryptogdnftiques de l'En-, e' cs of. Gaistrectomy. .
,tant. : Antiseptics n. Modern.Surgery. .. '_ .. .,/"
Dri. Blanchard Treatment brS..Pierre-Louis --E.peilen- .Dr. St. Cyr .Surgical Treat-
n tstinal .P ces with ,new Aie the sias. nt f Eilarged Colon.'
"r 'I'"Etg-" Treatmeit of At 8 .pan. the leading Phat-; Dr. Bois Netf R- are cause.
SIi ara., .': .maceu ical AgentsofPort au of Acute 'Occulsion of' the In,. OU SeKSINU IP
S-,D. M- etion tos .Pr""e g"r tt te e 1 "- te stles.-
thw Dj" .bo viera Hotel' or, ;mbers ,of the. Dr. Gorelik Cardlopercdi- .
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were restricted for
use. Roussan Camille,
the 150th Anniversary
.e, reports that after
ihs marking time, Hai-
ened and. the Chris-
sting got underway.
doubtful if the statue
shipped in time to be
with the others in the
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s where it is t, overlook
nece to the new Boule-

er the other major piec-
Ipture are now being
ace. The mounted fi-
Emperor Jean Jacqu.s
s, done by America's
d Barthe, has been set
destal in the middle of
park. The old statue
nperor has been moved
ie. Barthe's statue of
Louverture also ar-
'ort last week. It will
d on the renovated
Mars facing the Pal-


ace.
The scaffolding is being remov
ed from the new modernistic
bandstand which has caused a
visiting American architect to
raise his eyebrows in surprise.
And the thousands of flowers
and tropical shrubs from Cuba
seem to be adapting themselves
easily to their new home. The
President is keeping a watchful
eye on the progress being made.
Last Monday' morning he made
an early morning inspection of
the Champ de Mars area which
has been a hive of activity day
and night. Not only the Chief
of State.has been drawn to the
site of the Heros Park. Hun-
dreds of eSidewalk Superinten-d
ents, have stopped to watch the
big Tournacrane lifting slabs of
"marble into place on the pedes-
tals.
Cuban Sculptor Juan Jose
Sicre was spotted last week in
front of th- Tribune supervis-
ing the placing of his statue of
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ON THE INCREASE
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Denis. She died a short tim.-
later in the Providence Hosp.-
tal.
At Jeremie, two persons were
injured when a passenger truck
driven by Berthony Icart co'.lid-
ed with a car belonging to Eu-
gen- Magron.
At Thobonde in the Rural
Section of Cabral, three person
were seriously injured when a
heavily loaded passenger tru:ii
driven by Joseph Lafontant ove."
turned after breaking an axle.

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they were playing PNre Noel to
the unfortunate youngsters wno
depend upon the Foundation Fr g
making their holidays .hanpO
ones.
We were particularly impress
sed with the small pool stocked
with carp from the Maglo;'-
pond. Hungry fish'lovers took
a bamboo rod and caught their
own dinners, then had them c'-ok
ed in a nearby kitchen. Tr]e
*mahotiere, was a great suc-
cess.


El Rancho Hotel
Has New Manager
Leonard de Franco took over
the managementship of, the El
Rancho Hotel this week: Mr.
de Franco's background is the
hotel business and he appears
rsympathique, towards the coun
try and people. The El Rancho
has inaugurated a very original
folklore show which is schedul-
ed Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
day evenings during- the coc't-
tail hour.
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