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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
Creation Date:
January 10, 1953

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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:
AA00015023:00212


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joined with fis March iof l es Joseph alias Napoleor Ulyqe tribute due the pp ns
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Lungwitz Presents 3 MEN DRUGGED Hait
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HASHISH BLAMED OfF
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three. men were drugged in a Special to The
caf6 and robbed, of the contents
of their billfolds. PORT AU P
The police alerted, nabbed a, 1 Gala cele
Young man who was said to throughout H
have confessed .stealing the citi ens, clos
m-. money but denies use of nar- served the cs
cotics. However the physicians niversary of
4 who examined the victims dis-
covered that .they had been
which occupy
drugged with hashish. As this
third of the
is an unusual medium for the.
". la,' became ti
.use of hashish Your Reporter the New Woz
,made inquilies and was told dom. from c
that one mof the drugged men
'..r.tht '- .- For ten' yea
t atthe cloAe "of the re-enact was seeing women every time
...,ih 1o" teslaves won vi
o' of the historic battle of he cldsed bis eyes. The:case is
eFrench colpn
<: rtierres ,Doni Lupgwitz,. man- serious Your 'nort-smoking Re- ish, the Span
ger of La Plantat'ion lDauphin, porter was told. own mulatto
stepped forward with the uge. and mulattos
sare grasped: .in both. hands
'""nd.' presented it to 'the Pregi- 9 Injured As Gamionnette defeat Napol
%yi.etofthe .Republic. The sword Gap Weis ON La Boule Road men, launch
it its .bonnet phryglen .porn ,land the step
had played its part in the
.'. oa atle in the ha Eight passengers and driver slana and Na
ops battle in the hands of Andre Alexis -were injured New a New Worl
-.the illusttidus General Paul
e,'l-.. t. .Ge .. PlxYear's Day when their camion- The main '
.ette overturned in La Boule. lebrations op
h, sword wa, ..aed UoW.I The victims are recovering at lhi the resto
general Voly St Amour for the General 'Hospital. ives, re
..man "_years farm sLiperinten- '
f D uphin Who gave it as
T',a f4rewell. gift to Mr. Robert L.
.. ew. founder and manag
Sogdirect6r of' the Planta 4in
p4in for half a century. It
Ja.-gito. esteerp -- a trea-
,difts it was with great
r .. efr tha :t r. Pettiglew, pre
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S o6 .-f.ar '150th birthday.. .

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i Marks 150th Anniversary

freedom Won From France.


' JOHNSON


e New York Times


RINCE, Haiti. Jan.
rations took place
aiti today as her
se to 4,000,000, ob-
ountry's 150th an-
ndependence.
Caribbean republic.
ies the western


Dessalines read Haiti's Prpcla-
mation of Independence on Jan.
1, 1804.
This mprning, President Paul
Eugene Magloire, Government
officials and members'of the
diplomatic corps, attended a Te
Deum and Thanksgiving Mass in
the modernistic cathedral built
as a memorial to the heroes of
independence.


rNDAY, JANUARY 10th 1954


Place d'Armes in Gonaives,
which was followed by a gala
fete.
Tomorrow the Presidential cav
alcade will .go to the colonial
capital, Cap Haitien, stopping
along the way at Breda, where
the man responsible for freeing
500,000.of their slave ancestors,
Gen. Toussaint L'Ouverture, was
born a slave more than 200'
years ago.
At Cap Haitien the Pregident
will attend a Te Deum in the
cathedral, review a military pa-. i


island of Hispanio- Later, to the accompaniment' rade ana ten go to VE
he second land in of a 21-gun salute, the President the scene of the slave
-Id to win its free- unveiled an obelisk to the fath- victorious battle with'
lonial rule. ers of Haitian freedom with leon's forces. The old r,
ars the army of 6x- bronze bas reliefs of battle have been reconstruqte
victories over their sqenes by Cuba's'.prize-winning members of the Haitian 'J
ial rulers, the Brit- Sculptor, Ramos Blanco. Then Academy and the Haitiai
;sh and the island's Brig. Gen. Antoine Levelt- read will re-enact the heroic
elite.' The Negroes the .150-year-old Declaration of costume. .
banded together to Inde ndence whose author,
eon's expeditionary Bois0ord Tornerre, had once Later leading Haitia:
ty ships and 40 00 said: 'To write this Act, we taries and foreign guests
ed to make the is- need the skin of white man for tend a formal dinner a
ping stone to LoUt parthment,,his skull for anjink- on ;the terrace' .'of.KinJ
apoleon's hopes for well, his blood for ink- aid a Christophe's palace, 'Sah
d empire. bayonet for"a pen On Sunday, the.eavalc
sesquicentennial ce- return to Port au rind,
etied this 'morning .After speeches,. a: parade of the President, .wll ded
red town bof on- Haifi's. military 'cadets. abd a re- new, ndepende.ce Pari
"Gen. 'Jean Jacques caption by tv e prefect, of Gon- faces the Natiopal Pala
Saives, Mme Magloire leach a visit -
to. the grave, of Empress Marie Monday the ceslbratiot
SCI6re Heureuse, the wife qf ,marked by a ball in th(
,HaitiE.1t first Bpperor, Dessa-
lines" .ho' would hi'le white :"Y 7 -
colonists inhe'r own mansion to ..
sa'e them' from liassacre by her
French-h ating -husband. :
Th eve mg's programine .n-
eluded .historical sketches by % f
itian playvrights Pi err Blain
and. Stephein Alexis on the-
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,,plish any of these four objec-
itves.
Twenty-four hours (in which
it becomes increasingly hard to
distinguish truth from fiction)
began for my wife and I Tues-
day morning. Our friend James
DuPont whom we had last ex-
changed words with between
shellbursts in No Man's Land
during the Battle of Vertitres,
phoned to say he was back in
the capital -too, and how soon
Were we prepared to go caiman-
Shunting? Tomorrow morning,
we said inadvertently, and with
those ill-chosen words out trou-
'.bles began. DuPont, a Chat-
ham, New jersey manufacturer
of plastics, is' at the same time
an .inveterate, impassioned aind
sometimess eccentric bunter of
:big game. Frustrated at the
Cap, .he had made up. for lost
hours by collecting tree-snails,
giving first-aid to Dessalines'
wounded, and sliding the entire
:distance from the Citadel to
.Sans Souci d derriere in a rain-
storm while others were pre-
tending to look dignified on
what pass for horses there. He
now urged me not to worry
about firearms; he would bring
along a baseball bat or disarm
a Dominican guard. Instead of


listening to him sensibly I spent
the next six hours looking for
Tony Kneer, caimanizing with
Fortune Bogat, getting nowhere
with sundry polite but firm of-
ficers at the Quartier G6n6ral,
and fraternizing with everybody
else in Port-au-Prince who had
ever been seen carrying even a
water pistol. Fifteen different
people told me what I already
knew that Maurice de Young
was no longer with us. As day
wore into night I was overheard
discussing the matter with such
unlikely ichthyologists ps photo-
grapher Arthur O'Neill and
poets Jean Brierre and Roussan
Camille. This was at the hospit-
able table of Minister Mauclair
Zephirin and his beautiful wife.
Mme Zephirin's brother, I dis-
covered to my surprise, "was
none other than Cin.na Leconte
whom I had initiated only two
months before into the less
hazardous mysteries of bass-
fishing at Oakland, N J. Some-
where along the way, Denis
Bellande, a man of action, took
pity and scribbled on his knee a
note of introduction to the com-
manding officer at Ganthier. Af-
ter that, things began to get
really hazy. The only other in-
cident I can remember distinct-
ly was encountering Your Re-


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porter at a vodun ceremony
somewhere in Bolosse. Tossing
me a handful of 22-shells, he
told me that the only weapon
they would fit reposed in a safe
to which Your Reporter no lon-
ger possessed the combination...
We set out, headlights blaz-
ing, at 5 a.m. Rocketting into
Ganthier an hour or so later,
We delivered M. Bellande's dis-
patch to an amiable prisoner-on-
parole. The prisoner in turn
delivered it to a non-commis-
sioned officer whose subsequent
fate I don't like to think about;
for within half an hour this ef-
ficient gentleman had managed
to arouse about everybody in
the town, including the officer
in charge, Lt. Edouard. To our
great relief Lt. Edcouard had
business to attend to in F'ond


Parisien and we thus probably single-file up the inlet for per-
Shaps five minutes. He was float
escaped his just wrath by offer-
ing him a lift. Had he chase ing with only snout and spine
ing him a lift. Had he chased
us out of town and gone back to exposed perhaps 150 feet out. It
had been agreed that DuPont
bed we could hardly have blam-
should have the first crack, and
ed him; on the contrary he phon was a god one. The impact
ed ahead to Malpasse before tak
of the bullet and the leap of a
ing off with us, giving orders
six-foot caiman into the air
for our friendly reception there.
were simultaneous. But when

Corporal Nicolas, the soldier in the water settled there was no
charge of the frontier post, greet sign of our prey. Nicolas thought
that he was done for, but that
ed us with correct suspicion up-
on our arrival; but once con- it might- be three hours before
vinbed- that -our tintbn. lois vere h sboy o... .ois t the .sur-
honorable, and .indeed laugh.- face. We moved on. Fifteen
able, for caimans had not been minutes later I had a gd'shot
sighted. in broad daylight [at at another about the same dis-
least.with a strong wind furrow- tance off shore -' with approx-
imately the same results. Be-
ing the waters] for months, he
set out to ind us a boat. The tween these' spots and the site
set out to find us a boat. The
two seaworthy craft, .ooMeu. of our landing the water was
I too shallow to' propell,the boat.
reusement, had left'hours ago in too shallow to propellthe boat.
search of carbon; but DuPont We tried wading out but sunk
pointed to. a half-sunken water- in the mud up to oWr knees. We
logged hulk in the mesquite and looked about for caimans closer
demanded: 'What's the matter to shore but found none. Ducks,
with that?, Since the question of which there had been plenty
was too big to answer, all hands when we arrived, were at the
started bailing. In half an hour other end of the lake by now.
we \vere afloat: Nicolas guard- But my wife, who wanted to
ing his bolt-action rifle appre- demonstrate her skill,, took a
hensively: another soldier scul- final shot at a large pelican
ling us across the lake with standing on a rock no more than
startling speed; and three crazy twenty-five feet in front of us.
blancs. I Thp shot passed neatly between


I sighted the first croc when
we'd been ashore and creeping


its legs, but Mala later [much
later] claimed she had been aim-
ing at a caiman across the lake


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General Capois la Mort rallies
downs his horse in the Vertieres


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his troops before the btlet
battle pageant.


seen. We started back.
Nicolas thought we might have.
better luck in the deep water.
We didn't. But DuPont, re-
sourceful to the end, stripped
off his clothes, shouted .Live
bait! and went overboard. He.
swam ahead of us the rest.of
the way back, accompanied by.
Nicolas on the home-stretch, but
the crocs were not to be tempt-
ed.
When we came ashore a big
convertible with diplomats a-
board was observing our antics.,
As it started up for the Domipl- **
can frontier. I shouted. to he e
driver .Give the backs of pur
hands to you-know-who-a Do .
you want us to end up in you-
know-what? he shouted back,.
and we thought we. detected a
note of regret in his yoice.
There was no regret in any of
ours as we jolted along in ,tie
opposite direction back into a '4
country where nobody is afraid
to be friendly, the soldiers are
gentlemen and sportsmen, and
the only predators are croco-
dcles.
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.HAITI SUN,


FORMER HAITIAN
CONSUL IN JAMAICA DIES
Jamaica, Kingston, Dec. 27.-


Jane Eddy, two and a half
years secretary to the U.S. Pub-
lie Affairs Officer here, is bid-
ding farewell to friends and
sailing for two months home
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leave in New Jersey, January 17,
before commencing a three-year
assignment in Rio de Janeiro.
Jane who got to speak Creole
with a city accent and dance
the meringue with the same
finesse as a Haitian ebelle,
told Your Reporter that her
parting words would be *m'ap
crie. Halti,'she considers her
second home and she means her
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S' piece by Messrs. Luc Grimard
S nd Dominique Hyppolite, will
be played at the Rex theater
*" ." tomorrow.
Tuesday morning, Mr. Ernest
G. Chauvet, Director of *Le
Noutellistea, flew to New York
to resume his duties with the
United Nations after attending
the 150th anniversary celebra-
tions and enjoying leave with
his family.

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S.Thoroughbred male miniature
Poodle dog with alburn coat
named Teddy has been lost. A
reward and no questions asked
will bq given to the person re-
Stirning Teddy. Call Mr. Vital
2691, 5072.
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Spitalled as Secretary General
the Department of Foreign
airs replacing Mr. Max Dor-
iV e. .

6 duA Tabac. inspector
ea' en wed Claude Baratho
last- evening.


* Eligible for bachelorhood is radio announcer Labady who
drew applaudes for his sensational snoring on the Gonaives
pilgrimage ... Lt. Franck Laraque and his green and gold
Uniform deserve a row of decorations for fulfilling Rotham-
beau's orders at Vertieres and facing Frederic Capois La
Mort Arty's colourful creole pleasantries by no means com-
plimentary ... Pierre H. Casseus returned to New York and
work yesterday regretting he had riot time to say hello to
all his old cronies ... Commanders Wingfield, Windslow over
from Gitmo on furlough were entertained by the Robert
Nadals at Riviera Wednesday. They hate'haiti ... hate to
leave that is Sportswear stylist Regina Yamaikova here
at the Riviera recuperating from menengitis ... the entire
* world is suffering from the grippe. Distinguished persons
in Port au Prince this week suffering from ia grippe inclfide
His Excellency the President of the Republic ... Marie
Therese Jeanty is Havana bound today ... Mr. and Mrs. Edou-
ard Esper left Wednesday noon on a 6 week vacation trip
to New York and Canada ... Famous Cuban sculptor Ramos
Blanco and his wonderful wife were a fine turkey cutting
team from Gonaives to Chez Zephirin ... Removal of the
rose-colour dance platform from under the tree where King
Hepry used to administer Justice on that beautiful lawn is
highly recommended for the benefit of the 'tourist trade ...
War photographer Ti Georges Leger has returned to the
bosom of his family with his fingers crossed for some fine
colour picture shots ... May Abraham is marrying in New
York today ... Capt. Gabriel Levelt and family clippered to
the States last Sunday ... Sculptor Barthe has gone to King-
ston ... Rony Chenet is visiting sons in New York and Mon-
treal ... the sugar season opens next Sunday ... Confrbre
Jacques Large reportedly drove from le Cap to Port in 3
hours 55 minutes in his Consul only to smash into a larger
variety of Ford on a P-au-P street ... Haitian Consul in San-
tiago de Cuba Marcel Antoine is in Port ... Andre Mesias is
back from studying in U.S ...
95 CHAIRS GO AS EXCESS BAGGAGE
95 three-gourde chaise paille, (straw chairs) went to Har-
bour view Manor Frenchman's Hill in St. Thomas, Virgin
Islands, this week as excess baggage. Weighing a total of
1,033 kilos the air transportation cost $188.
CONCERT TONIGHT ON CHAMP DE MARS :
The- Palace band will give its first concert at the new or-
chestra shell of the Place des Heros de l'Independance to-
night at 7 o'clock. 1804*, the well known march by Occide
Jeanty, and .1954,, the Sesquicentennial hymn by Captain
Luc Jean-Baptiste, will be executed.
PRADEL CUP COMMENCES SATURDAY
A football tournament between Racing, Violette and Vic-
tory will reportedly take place before the opening of the Pra-
del Cup championship. The tournament is to begin next
Saturday at Stade Magloire.
FRIEND OF GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER
TO SPEAK HERE
Mr. Richard Pilant, a personal friend of the gteat negro hu-
manitarlan scientist, will speak here at the Haitian Ameri-
can Institute tomorrow evening.
CONGRESSMAN POWELL IN TOWN
Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.,member of Congress for 22nd
District of New York, is here at Ibo Lele vacationing. Mr.
Powell's wife, the famous pianist Hazel. Scott, has returned
to an engagement in U.S. Shadowing the congressman are
Ebony's ace roving reporter Gerry Major and 4-0 photogra-
pher Marshall Wilson.
DISTINGUISHED TOURISTS
*- Movie actor Walter Pigeon and fabulous negro singer-actor
Herb Jeffrles were in town souvenir hunting yesterday.


Al. Christophe L. Martin, who
served for 21 years as Consul
General for Haiti in Jamaica and
was Dean of the local Consular
Corps, died in the University
College Hospital, Mona, on
Christmas Eve day. He was 61
years of age.
A Haitian of part-Jamaican
parentage, M. Martin first came
to Jamaica as a youth. After
some years, he was appointed
Consul General for his country
in this island and served for
two decades. He headed the con-
sular corps up to the time of his
return to Haiti.
On returning to his homeland
after that period of service here,
he continued to work in the
Government service until ill-
health caused his retirement
some time ago. He then came to
live in Jamaica, where his wife
and children are, \but continued
to visit Haiti frequently.
Two weeks ago, he entered
the University College Hospital
for an operation.
Surviving him are his wife,
Mrs. Sylvia Martin, of 42 Con-
stant Spring Road, St. Andrew;
two brothers, Mr. Frank J. Mar-



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tin, businessman of Port au
Prince, Haiti. who-arrived for
the funeral, Mr. Fernand Martin
of New York, a daughter, Mrs.
Vernon Vaz, of St. Andrew; and
two sons, Mr. Ferdie Martin, of
travel trade fame, and Mr. Emile
Martin.


Mr. Gordon Palmquist, noted-
lecturer and traveller of Chicago,
Ill., is in Haiti filming a 16 mm
colour travelogue for his 1954..'
lecture tour. Mr. Palmquist is
currently staying at the Hotel
Oloffsoh in Port-au-Prince He e
describes Haiti as -a most vital.
and exciting treasure chest of
culture and beauty.
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IS HELD OUTMODED
In the experts' opiian, .oun
1i -Ciled As Exiample tries such as Haiti, Eduador and
ere Primitive Cndi- Libya would. fall 'into the'first
2iouuS Led to Failure category; Egypt and Colombia
POS Projecis min to the second and Saudi Ara-
bia .and Venezuela, into the
POTAU-PRINCE, Haiti, Dec third.. 'This classification does
4 "te.bdsis of -ex periehce,, not political or.social de-
ind elsewhere,,Ithere Jis velopment, into account, '
'01o.1 t 4 =.These experts would also .di-
f. ftWs.i .t."-ex. vide themselves into groups to .
A i fit the classifications. .A mp
#j.eproblem df tech- used to working with Consider
t, under-devel- able. resources, ,they believe,
..c o .should not be. sent .td'o an area
i P. almost totally lacking. faces'
iri'ts ."beli ve -that.
9,- ." ; -.and) skills.. ...,,
a t ie ___.,eteeht i-...,
:fntb h a... Though the problems may
seem' to be thle. ame "they. must.
.. ten, it, is conceded', th et e, he r a sa- n
oo edifiiftlyTo
rt icO ...' '..e.d." -,e W," =. '. '. r. p ow ai ........ s id in -,ai e ~ d!N
REP comingig to the., poorer co untry Ye- .-Dari .by' French Bishop ,Mgr Roberta fnncd.
At J
.1.,'. '. ,.4 ,.4.L.'. .u L : .' : ... .. .. Itq. ." i
tends-to try;th. adv 'ned or ex-. '
:' .. pensive nethos that have prov -ile Interior, the. principle 'of tians how to breed andpraise w,. ites',.
Aat obain-hd9AGovernm pi-ij to IIr4
tskb+ .,r.. :..i ed successful ff hin in areas .tbe wheel ms still unknown apd fish in ponds. Thp emphasis lieve te V,",F "
'-been~o where tha tobrng d
Nto. N wheah e .t. resources are com where, a plow has .not.yet been Is on sizplicity :to try to brig d .i.ul .
parativiely pldntifu r'seengoode
SStates had mabde .,v lif. It did -no .. -.to raised t.he farmer' r th .; .m.to the exchangeg the I
... v'.u.e-S, .*h'... :.. theproduction of 'tomatoes, as\ animal-drawn plw rather than' worked t" 't
+.''<* .. .'' '' ...- .....-." ,. ,x~ za~ran .-wrather thanoke.fn PoS ~r
sources "available to -'a Haiti. has pioyirfile examples, i
a a ilble. ., 'a ti a prvim, t. fi., l happened in one village; if. the frbm "the ho. to the gasoline fahn s to $e ra
,' '.: th.isof;-..' "- ,-' m- ta farmer could not get his.produce driven tractor. es loe stiv:d. .'
.. is :,6if this "-ed beca : ..'oble .ers believe, U suo
o, b es. b v to market. &'e could-.carry 'as' From Ne
:" .. .- '"; .. t -; ''. -' tO.. .. .. .., '.- rr r v t .040 lldni
bell*&aatthe 'projs'fl ertoo ambilbus
e xperts t te p e. aitious ch as he could load on his No accurate statstiles exist in ..
-. : -. .' : -. I .. .. I ; : + .I + '. .. : s -.:. .
,e 0r es s oud e both U- m ,.,-and- 4i~ecution. .-the. ... .. I' a .. .' ...:
', should be bot. .,, ti' t fe s head, arid. the rest rotted. Haiti but the national come .. '
ihree, categories : at fotftgottn. was that,. ee lesson .has been. leaed' .er: cipita has 'bedn setiriated IT.StN I
lssKigltife or no' -ohtide, a..feW clt1les or "ton, '--- a "''"-'m2 nulUidui' B:+ ,.H iS"oTCLz;" 44i-+-
mt.i ...lin tle or iod k d r"- o y e experts working here,.. at. $25 a t fel whi S C:
;tesouy.es, .L ,a... l. t the$25...... .
6 l skl. Le... P M..e.. n.t.inds .te peasant raises t feelhim..
tpere. '. I. .'of .. he .', .wheel.irght 'self .and his- family Th ex- '.1ranq11 ..-.I. .,. .
t..Se ern a mahe or-.mo me- ..fron .,France,, is attepttnig to' es"would be"satisfi;,to do.t i ag deli.ey''b
det;;"; ......
ttAleo"iof tiis thod.... "'. "; "i' ntreddce .the wheearrow. t? "l thii,' area s6nabl e en h his biydle stlen 31o'cbc
.'1r R W the peasants. An. expert from odtim "Triey ilve it be .nesday ,afterooIn on-t
....-, -ber" in" Isrel is trying to teach Hal doe y n ents Geffrardipwtinmney .0 t
7". ; -_. ,i.! .,.ontry #;hril, !;.... .. ." don~e. by simple, l pi o ets c lectn .;
---in. agricl-r--- "y 'e f s-ridptign money .INa. 'm A
,,1y,., .'.n.ag" ulurpl.pacIN:.,
'building .ii o risni' ad ythe .house. The bicycle, black"'.
...' A 4"' -'~ suiccss+ if .t ,rtibohite Valley cles No. 716, is.; in A-i
'oig f W.rtbonieoaley
i'l project. 1'....1' P -'":..
8 ., ". ; A reWard. will4.be. haid" 'q-
L:,,s .1. pr'jet .t... ..
.The ',latter is a '$20,00,O00 any peron h can 'sup
IS Yard who+aru1k:
3. polier' and irrigationn project formation leading to tiie' r,
.that -will bring inore than 10,000 ery of this bicycle. '
'4e A ".' .:: = r u' 4 '<:"r 1' :, 2-i
Uri." "S .:
1n BiTuane-

DraglineIt

4 -'. A PLEASANT STOP ,
ONYOUR ROADTOKIN
"CHRISTOPHE'S CITADEILE
V:. When you come to Cap-Haitien en route to mighty
eCitadelle La Ferribreb, make your stay comfort
able at the new 'otel.MONT-J,0LI.
Here awaits -you a new and attractive develop
ment atop Carenage Hill, overlooking a resplendent
Powerd85 L is'engoeharbour.
a *More weight-44.200 16L Dieel
Greater lting empacity-30.000 U A fabulous spectacle Right from your -window
a' on nd D ragmisin our spacious and airy rooms, you may haves prM-.
SClamshell, Trench Hoe, Pile Driver and Crone view of the Citaidelle in the fiery setting, sun. .
Positive Chain Crowd for Shovel
Official Sales and Service Headquarleus
Dictrihuor in Haiti CHARLES FLO-JIERE .


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Snfessions Of A Nervous unable to disconnect whatever it is that you disconnect when hers seem 6 live tnder the -
'<, .. .. ..your horn is stuck. .." ..It
Syour hrp is stuck. pression that tbhe hodrn is just
""lW........J ..........".. ,O 7) The deaf-blind. or 'les so urds et les aveugles' one of the many gadget their
".j..:: M, .r d~m ANJ 4 O ,f- one Of the many gadgets' their
o.a"war"" f"9'i t .itost of t&- c.ars here .They are poorly unionized, almos tas dull as 'les soucieux.. cars are equipped with an" .use
'.. i'-,C P tt-a'd- rtlep, dware fie rt-ost df e c ars here
&N.t. i fft i~e or do lio'tl'irrttifn hIave been ptzl]ed, Their reason for blowing is to cover up the fact that they are it sparingly or not. at all, jI, j:is
..t .. The superior drivers. They cab be easily spotted because they never suggested that an inVestigation
W '::,.: ft; ilh Ii'i'CDn :li batteries chargess, h ",..
",,, .. n sci bateriesblow. in hospital zones, of his ou et d
1ig er to this 1benipni6nohi is a simple one. Probably in no of this group get under way
ii' the orld is the horn used so frequently, with so 8) The tourists or dles touristesb. and the sooner the better.
.ut h o t ardi th. honue so frequently, This is a strange breed, probably subversive. The mem- t so Mh.
"litproeation 6nd rith so- many variations. .. -.
-n ithj e are eight trou6s of horn blowers, each group
-'niied nnder a different .patilon saint. '
)The borif bl ers,o dr, ,'es niaturels.*
Lies have gOtteii their start iri -infancy. While nursing,
Siipay ith a ruBbert horn W`hich theyjr squeeze rhythmically
Y n rish, them~ lives.. Thiis tendency persists so strongly
1is turelsg are the 'ones who simply have to have a, car.
or f or: onie, seal, beg or borrov,,'but they must possess
44 ith a [horn Qf course not allt. boirn blowers are* destined
Sf'. four-W V ee vehicle; -ome' are Satisfied with bicycles
6 ae.they are euippe it with a bell,. bitt with a hornJ,
etiuelsi lo. tnfri commori, their left hand is: abiways
:-on the ho i Their right hand 'attend~ to the gear but
d to relieve he ft atany ine. frni blow brs do
atek while driving. Their only joy ih life is blowing, sex'
P .4 '4=, 1 Z-- '
a .evewtinig ese being secondary. They make poor hus-
and tre more often tihan not childless. .r*D:.
The purity -. Les.ristes.. '
dierne etween ls puristes 'and les ,natures, is .. .


in 'ch moe m _ulart' res t oth?.ubc. Madame Paul f. ,glonre, be rA d7 .,



t pnd inthits category., ,-
hte iinus'i"aps o es muscienst e~e a '.
'1,it grouf S is esily n adi tinguishale by the oInds thee Dasse.Ju-elle. .



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-." "iion], ':v. ",a m i -"..al o"'rn.' [Ev'y 'am"one'te drivers It -' -


i-to come a member of the cmsiJ~ciefl [. ,-Thase with ,~f;~ .-*
.T i Tp:ay "O 'a lnmosrt bay a tglean frno






to ~hist ~ i&The ong bljd witl{ mst-
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orn Wle gtin rhha t iao dsit theriy withand slightly
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m ueh.ireh oru ilan. to a'eare ,.l_]owinag tech. :' I .....

iden tq ijautaiy rtired.H;t x,ioi. 1*
'"ey pdsess no -ph .ical deforitie, make excellent
~, 1a41 a Ae taent ari t their n Imerque pitfsprmgs.j
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ualy ook in 't eir- re-tiw inirrost t lo' impulsively' *'".
p i might' ete ist igu be soe d a slight
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s '.w ,.,,.' .- an ._.p.in-o m g -o. are., .
"Japtarane, ta -meme of. .the- gloe"O,(t bioeih

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st ( of lghp he drveris aie definitely dangerous6 They 0
`J1 roide -Aie to.A horn 'jnsa r$ '








rde their hoi~As like the previous groups, but are prone
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r.-ehiwhit i C '... h.- eV.-. s prg o .mipate. This o ,









is tot of -ck horns. These
are p i ti htbe large heads
o 1Wu a Im hands that are i-dsAT.RCO
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!:.These .bie by,..: r. Cb du 1iest a' th i al1.i h abo~e mentioned' ... -- .. -..- ,
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SUNDAY, JANUARY, 10th 1954 '


Winner of Audubon Contest Gels

From Paint Company In U.
S'The author of the 200-word tony Saint-Cyr. Mr.
essay on Who Was Audubon?, receiving the prize of
published in the Haiti Surr Sep- Ions of select Audubo
..tember 20th edition was An- and a cheque of $10


IL.i. ti+.E **
Essay winner Antony St.-Cyr with the book on th
Audubon. presented to him by the Audubon Paint'C


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distributor 'Alfred de Matteis EXPORTS OFF DR. GERARD BASTIEN.'

Bs ta The. value of Haiti's essential .
5 ceridant of the famous Audu- et "iiK'':
. yr on ns brother Beoni Fugere. oil exportsdeclined about 50 ier Post-graduae btis.it
Sbon's broker Bellon Fugere.. .. :. '.
St. Cyr on cent' in 1952-53 because. of .the verity of gaD,pa
SHe traced his ancestry from ','";,. .. '.
F three gal- He traced his ancestry fro sharp fl in prices and competi- .hte Faculty.,6.
SBelloni [sometimes written Bel- .. .
>n oil paint Belloni [sometimes wrien tion from the Far East, particf- fers. his "err'ces'.
from local lony], the brother of Audubon larly India. Export earnings in Bois-Ver a, ?bhp ne 523.. 'i -
who had escaped from the slave -, .'
uprsin in Lsathis commodity fell from.1,165,-- station hoiulrs: S to
liI ~ uprising in Les Cayes in 1790 '' ''
682 dollars in 1951-52 to 572,715 p.m. to C,'p:m. .'
and returned to marry Francine
dollars in 1952-53. N. V. Times.
Dumont. -'' '"
Mr. Antony Sf. Cyr was born 4 P
in Les Cayes the son of Dr. and A A i'^
Mrs Dumaine Sai6t-Cyr.' His P A U M S
mother was the -former Chris-. Ai
S tiane Fougere, the oldest daugh- .
ter of Dr. Fenimore Fougere, ,
son of medical practitioner and '
pharmacist Oxilius Fougere who S U R E N E R '.
-was one of Belloni's ,six chil- d A N y''
dren. ".A N' E R:
The Audubon Paint Company .' FR E ll EXI NS "
in the U.S. on' hearing of the E IONS. *
contest sent two copies of a book NEW hORIZONS.
on the life of Fdngere Audubon VENDO ME PA S :
e S 4. PLACE *END POA.ERPI..t .
to essay winner, Mr. St-Cyr [see" ET CHEZ FtSHE E, RUE DU QUAI q,
photo] and one for distributor, t .PORT AU PRINCE AITTI
Alfred de Matteis Fils. .. .,. .'. .. .. .. .. 2. ,
e life of


company.


Opposite PAA on Rue Pavee
tt'e-ee W .4t'Wd*; p < sam


Haiti's Only Indian Store


Offers You All Kinds of


French Perfumes, Lotions


and Toilet Waters.


GUERLAIN : LANVIN : CHANEL :


CARVEN : LEGALION : MILOT'S :

,CREPE DE CHINE : CARON :

TABU : CIRO : WORTH: D'ORSAY :

LUCIEN LELONG : CORDAY :

VIGNY


WHERE THE LOWEST PRICE, IS


WORLD COFFEE CONGRESS
WILL BE HELD, IN BRAZIL
J N.Y., Jan. 6th-
Problems of coffee growers,
traders and processors, princi-
-pally, those of the Western
Hemisphere, will be threshed
out by representatives of the
coffee trade from the main cof-
fee-growig and consuming coun'
tries 'at a world coffee congress
in Curitiba, Brazil, January 14 -
19, according to Hdracio Cintra
Leite, representative in the Uni-
ted States of the- Brazilian'Cof-
fee Institute, which will be a
host to congress visitors.
Mr. Leite, who'is also presi-
dent of the Pan American Cof-
fee Bureau, said here before his
departure, for Brazil to attend
the congress that it would
*mark the first time that all
sections of the coffee trade will
have a chance to discuss their'
common -problems, which are
becoming acute because of -ris-
ing demand at a time when cof-
fre supplies are generally below
normal.,
Th$ basic goal of the con-
gress, he asserted, 'is to set up
a permanent liaison -among
growers, processors, expbrter.:.
importers, roasters, distributor;
and retailers for exchange of in-
formation and for joint solution
of the problems facing the in-'
dustry as a whole.'

FOR SALE
Chairs, iron beds, movie cam-
era, golf clubs, Kodachrome slide
wirojector, electric washing ma-
thine, mahogany lamps, electric
-oasters, tables. Refer to Hilti
Sun.


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SFor d Deliqg"''zt Rest I n..is,,
-Coose the surroundings o Pines and Poinsettias,
of Coil Kenscoff .


Visit Chatelet des Fleurs

Dinners and Lu 'ches of Distinction. ., ""
CGosh, it's great we otherr there now



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Superior Establishments Use Superior Air. Condl- j
S itioners. You get this Extra Quality when y6u' ,
Buy '


WESTINGHOUSE "

AIRm CONDITIONERS .

Better Designed
More Carefully Built ,
Installed by Experienced Engineers

Westinghouse deliver more cooling effect per Dollar
S- Invested. -
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Little Miss Diplomat Harriet Brewer is the one and a half yeqr
Sold daughter of Minister and Mrs. Georgbs Brewer of Liberia.
S' i Brewer is in her party dress ready to receive the guests at
Stw& Liberian Legation in Canape Vert.


Kiiddy Photo Contest Continues
':I. Kep st-ing in your photos of the kids under five. The con-
w.ldses January 31st and the winning kids' will receive prizes
mml the Haiti S4n, Joseph Nadal and Co. [Gerber's Food, Ca-
'. oap, Carnation Milk, and -Quaker. Oats]; Canape Vert, La
ele Creole, the Haiti Trading Co. [Grant's Whisky for Dad],
Cnd claw's Baby Food. ,
g.', L__ ___,__, -- --- --



((Haiti Cherie) Travelling With

1 .a.,er K. th .i@ .u w ,.
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Dispatch from Hollywood jby Betty Scheyer
HAITI CHERIE TRAVELS WITH YATHERINE DUNHAM
When Katherine Dunham received her complimentary copy
of .Haiti Oherie, here in Hollywood through the efforts of this
writer,' she was pleased with it and took it with her on her
'theatrical tour through Europe. She wrote me from Italy that
she was thankful for it, and was proud to have the photograph
: of her home included in the book. Miss Dunham and her com-
'pany are still breaking records in theatre attendance and are
Receiving wide acclaim for the Haitian numbers with their tan-
taliing rhythms in music and dance. This is one way of .get-
ting favourable publicity for Haiti and certainly by way of one
'of .the great artists in the theatre.
PAN AMERICAN AIRWAYS USE HAITI CHERIE FOR
PROMOTING FLIGHTS TO HAITI
i Results should be forthcoming in interesting more tourists to
make Haiti their vacation spot this year for the winter, now
'that Pan American Airways are using a large number of the
books :of - N'X motion. This writer received a letter of appreciation for her
'., efforts in making this plan feasible and Pan American Air-
: ways were thankful to have the idea. Their copies of the books
". will be supplied by the Haitian Government.
MOVIE ON CARIBBEAN DANCES
: Fritz Henle,. noted photographer made a movie short on the
Voo doo snaker dance, and It was shown during the holiday


C..:7. ,
S.i.n ,..u


H.-A. INSTITUTE
OPENS TOMORROW
Thet Haitihn American
tute will begin the second
mester of its academic
gramme on Monday, Januar
At this time all of its re
classes will hold regular
sions, both for returning
dents and for new registi


U.S. FRIENDS
WANTED


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Insti-
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French agricultural technician
Andre Montessuit now pursuing
a six-month post-gradbate course
on a Unesco scholarship, with a
view to being helped and guid-
ed in his search for information
concerning the United States,
hereby announces his desire to
have correspondence with some
American families and meet
them on his arrival in the U.S.
Mr. Montessuit, will bd in New
York early in March and plans
to visit the States of California,
Arizona, Illinois and Washing-
ton. Mr. Montessuit will remain
in Haiti until January 28th. His
address here is :

Mr. Andre Montessuit
Mission Unesco,
Cite de l'Exposition .
Pbrt-au-Prince, -Haiti.
He will remain in Mexico un-
til the epd of February. His ad-
dress there will be :
Mr. Andre Montessuit
Centre de Patzcuaro
Patzcuaro, Michoacan
Mexico, D. F.
Mr. Montessuit speaks and
writes English and will.lkndly
receive and answer letters will-
ingly sent to him from-the Uni-
ted States by interested per-
sons.


Grand Hotel

Oloffson


SINGLE WJTH BATH SS to $12
DOUBLE WITH BATH $14'to
$25
THREE MEALS INCLUDED


'he weekly ac
institute' will a]
cond series. (


activities of the
iso begin their


On Tuesday at 6 p.m Mrs.
Brown will continue her series
of lectures in English on Ameri-
can Art : on Thursdays at the
same hour the Director, Dr.
Brown, will continue his lec-
tures in English on American
history and literature. The lib-
rary will resume its normal
hours for readers from 8 to 12
a.m. and from 4 to 8 p.m. On
Wednesday, January 13th, the
Institute will again resume its
series of language broadcasts
over. Radio Haiti.


Details for the Friday even-
ing lecture series will be an-
nounced next week. This Fri-
day. January 15th the Institute'
will offer the first of a series
of two lectures in English by
Mr. John CHluchill on Contem-
porary Economic Policy in the
United States. Mr. Churchill, a
graduate student of Harvard
University, ,is irl Haiti this year
gathering material for his
forthcoming doctoral disserta-
tion in this field.


HAITI BUYS HEAVILY
IN UNITED STATES .
From N. Y. Times

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti. -
During the fiscal year of 1952-53
the United States supplied 68.07
per cent of Haiti's total imports
and bought 41.36 per cent of tier
exports.

HOTEL AUX ORCHIDEES
ANNEX NOW RECEIVING
GUESTS

$4:00 per day European plan.
Next door to former hotel Aux
Orohidees, No. 15 Rue Oge,
Petionville.


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l- A RBPALiTiTYl
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Let tne Insurance Company do the worrying.
See immediately : 'NORWICH UNIONx Insurance Co.
Joseph Nadal and Co. Agents. Tel: 3486
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tions specialist. Mr. Jacobs in-
formed us that his intention is
to make binaural recordings of
',Haitian drumming and folk
-music. The principle of hig
special tape recorder, he explain-
.ed, cis to record sound for both
'tars as is the case in actual
bearing, rather than for one ear,
as is the case with conventional
;radio or phonograph systems.,

SIn effect Mr. Jacobs' machine
inakes two recordings simul-
taneously, using two micro-
phones to 'pick up the sound and
two recording heads to record
on two areas of conventional
plastic recording tape. The p.-.-
duct may be played back in one
..of two manners. The most sen-
:sational is with earphones,
where each ear hears a similar
but slightly different signal.
The other manner employs two
amplifiers and two speakers
placed on opposite sides of the
listener.'Mr. Jacobs repors that
the binaural system has, for a
short time, been used on a num-
ber of American AM-FM radio
stations for experimental pro-
grammes. Listeners to these
programmes must use two ra-
dios, one tuned to the 'station's
AM, channel, the other to it.s
FlI channel,

, Mr. Jacobs' headquarters in
:Poa*-au-Prince is the informal
i,,Hotel Majestic on Champ do
'CMars with a view of the new
' statutes .. pyrst on the list for
recordig was the show at the
beautiful Hotela El Rancho
through the courtesy of Mar.-
ager Franco. Jacobs aWso pla'is
t to record at the theatre de Ver-
dure and Hotel Riviera while in
' the city. His major hopes, of
course, is to get a number of re-
J cordings of authentic voodoo ce-
[ remonies.




STimn


A flight of UE. Air Force jet
planes will begin a goodwill
tour of Latin American coun-
tries on January 15, 1954.
Maj. Gen. Reuben C. Hood,
commander of the U.S. Carib-
-bean Air Command, will lead
the flight of F-86's, F-84G's,
F-80's and T-33's. The tour will
last more than a month and in-
clude air shows in one major
city in each country visited. Of-
ficials of countries not on the
itinerary will be invited to an
aerial demonstration in the
Canal Zone at Panama.
Purpose of the tour, according



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EISENHOWER HAILS
HAITI ON 150 YEARS
WASHINGTON, Jan. 1. UP.-
President Eisenhower has sent
*best wishes, to President Paul
E. Magloire of Haiti on the 150th
anniversary of the nation's in
dependence.
In a message made public to-
day; Gen. Eisenhower said Uni-
ted States Haitian friendship
is Wan enduring bond between
our peoples., He noted that Hai-
tians expressed this friendship
as far back as the American Re-


evolution when Haitians sup-
ported American efforts at
Yorktown and Savannah.
^-
Secretary of State John Fos-
ter Dulles also sent his chearti-
est good wishes* to his coun-
terpart, Pierre L. Liautaud, Hai-
tian Secretary of State for For-
eign Affairs and Education,


More Rice Grown
In Haiti'
Haiti's production of rice during


the 1952-53 fiscal year is esti-
mated at 66,400,000 pounds, an
increase of 15 per cent over the
previous year. The principal
reason for the increase was. the
distribution of improved seed
rice to farmers on the Artibonite
Valley land reclaimed by irriga
tion with United States aid. If
the increase continues, Haiti wll
become entirely self-sufficient in
this important food staple.

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i,. ceaste, artist, p. Guiler, a- namewhii .was .Co., Ltd. in London. ack in unurnid eAL Uder6reund. spl'en e..'.
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ity andl .world" "ir a.'4d'lil i t -came Assistant Vice President of rooms, bathrooms, hot.,and- col.,
'. .-, t h. .- ... pait.n iho wit"".i. .'.w. .
leave Hai'todihy withe aftceAtfih".li.e "the National Cty Bank. water .large i&awing"and, dininig-
: iitis. ighf under c1 e. su eaer a rp`ohm, office on- Ion tn.i oo..n
S' .' ,, ". round 39-- nugo was-
rd.. .fiL s tai. Tal ;dohat of baai .n- li d dl from pool, gallery all around. Phone'.,
the ie o* ok'an educat-o" ,a"-6nfi BornaiiB.o..t.In to. i ,i n '., w .a of 2687 fr6m 2 -to-3=736'-in.d.e br oi-
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I -' painting without restraintc lie .Ve
go:asp t .-'aWeek belo.....". o R-" ica sugar platatlon, :. -. the office .of. the InternatibnalM-



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or as:. sub-manager and tbe ,. ., C rista P:
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A MAICA'S .GOVERNOR TOASTS American Actress Shirley Booth Booth returned" thsNew Por
Last. 'Sun d ay byuthePanam
HAITI AT RECEPTION Enjoys Peace And Quiet In Haiti Line. Se is ina musical com
Kingston, Jamaica: of Haiti, by all conscious Hai- Continued from Page 1 edy in Boston this season.
SIi. Ecellency -the Governor, tians, to the same spot on the Miss Booth received the Can-
h Fopt, proposed a Square at Gonaive, where 150 nes award for dramatization of F" "L
alt!-:. at... a .. ... FOR SALE
tpt to Haiti at a reception years ago, Jean Jacques Dessa- the housewife in the motion Buick Super 4 Doir 1949.
Buick Supe 4r Doi ':94.
,Oi n b i. M Reynold St., Cyr, lines, Commander in Chief of picture 'Come Back, Little ,i
Completely equipped radio' new
itiC, onsul General, and the victorious Haitian army of Sheba. The movie itself won
tires, ,and m;any extras, Car like
Minme St. Cyr to mark the 150th liberation, proclaimed the coun- the festival prize for the bestie, a h extas
new, has had exceptional, good
anniversaryy of the Indepen- try's new found freedom. drama among 74 films from 27 god
.:..: ,,.nitnfn.care. Original owner. Call 7457'
6ee of Haiti. The reception DIFFICULT TASK countries. On her trip from or 280.
or 2850.
kI.lace on New (ear's .Day *It has been a hard task to New York to Haiti aboard the
t ...-Courtleigh Manor Hotel. guard that freedom through 150 Panama liner the film was
%,'M9artin-Carazo, Consul. for year of independence but a shown with such an effect that POuJOLu ANGN'D an .
.a. ica, waq .master of cere- token of courage has been the Miss Booth who sincerely hates. TAYLOR
I','. '-A TAYLOR 'i '
i welcomed .the guests sympathetic attitude we have the publicity side of the profes- .
tA 'ni ,qn I- ,A sca io d'xprt ."9 abd 1.
edon 1. St. Cyr to always met from the English ,"Association d'Expert-mont tabl4
colcry of Jamaica and the Eng- L I1 SHIRLY'OOTH Port-au-Pricre, ti OT
-N M ,.p .:. -' P o r t a u P r i n c e H ; i i .( W ) .
tj tyr thanked. his guests lish peopes as, a whole. It is ir P. Box 68 an .972 '
SO LIP.O.,Box 68.and; 972
tteliding theL reception,. on therefore befitting that. I raise, rmn i ro fr h i a in of Y-
Vk_ Psion remained in her roomfor This is a Firm of etPrt.
%f 0o the9- Haitian Govern- my glass to the welfare of Your L most o-the ogdountants duly sworfi in;.,y1i.'
most of the voyage. win you .
.tand went on to speak of -Ekcellency,. and so that of the Solitaire .Shoe Polish de ,Luxe. Here, considered just another works, such a.s contr I
-.;:.., : .. ... ... : Here, considered just another pe Wrvi s suh'. a sitng' conlrel ,*, gV
for 1te celebration In people 'Of Jamaica,- and may I gives shoes a four-fo6ld beauty M or pevin, a g, t
eth treatment clean-s.dirt from the tourist, Miss Booth 'had com-
-:..' emit the hope that the most cor- pores preserves and nourishes etc.
waterprodfs. and -polishes pl ete' freedonl 'to. relax. Miss '
Most appropriate coinci- .dial relatlois.: now etlsting be- with a long lasting brilliant .hone: 2274 '"5186 5049`-
"::::Z ,.. .. .. ',. with a .-long-astng brilliant .. : .= .
r he:.aId craiti's mnivei tween the two peoples of Jama- shine'- ',Makes enew shoes last for u gished Beauty and Unpiral.
ElS7 year -' old~oneAgahine like. new for DistigihdBat n'Upr d
f&son the flrsti day of ica and HaitiL Will, Continue-to In -all fashionablesbadesor all Acaracy Always Ch oose
leathers, ., : : .'- .. i..
'a.:day -hic thr6ugh- if- r~ae to. 'the advantage of leathers. ". ,
Z !e ges iasR been dicated 6oth countries g K
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lot f C0. d*A. ra artn azo "presented
it amongmen Mme 9 Cyr. itflo9ersm
am g, -": .
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jchl".,~ ;. at the I iniubluoq.A
u. at. .e,.thfuB ... .Royaelo siliersipr, ."
ul aglpire; P.Pre-
v. ided .a Sabkgrrlind -of music"
".e.p P lic of 9aiti.
,. Hai. throughoutt the.receptiorin. '
ya. to -be pven clsive Agent "i:
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S ders o the Re- .Haitriian Oer 'f .the.. Great .,
.o that end has ar-. Cross has been awardd Io Pre- .
S trh .a.plgrimag .be .un- sident jacobo. Arbenz Guzman '
fr' -.the four,eoimers iof Guatemala. a
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D. [r. and Mrs. Jean-Claude Bor-
' oio rushed to New York Thurs-
day 2 p.m. with their 7-day old
.daaUghter Jeanne Carol for spe-
ialized medical treatment.
S-:0:-
l Lovely Madeleine Price Mars,
daughter of our prominent wri-
':.ter Dr. Jean Price Mars, wed
:Miamian Franck Scott in Pasito
;Nuevo, Puerto Rico, December
.3rd. -Judge J. M. Monserrate
:bf Puerto Rico married the cou-
:ple. Bestman was Felix Joseph
and matron of honour, the
'brid&'s mother, Mrs. Jean Price
,Mars. Attending the ceremony
were Mrs. Maria Boche Golden-
j&erg, Raymond Price Mars, Mrs.
,fMarc Charles and-' F. Morisseau-
.Leroy.



',Noted Gross i Point ['Mich.] In-
:uttrialists James and Betty Laou
S'Herring ff, JaWe and Ann Ed-
*gar amll ie' '4bal reptile
hunters atrrie.-" re t9gay on,
the Panamh. liner from a week.
spgnt .. the Isthsius studying,
:thl rise and f4. pt Balbo.: Mr..,
s gar on the ship to 4(ipqe ,ele-
Rphpne ordered a shrimp' ltuich-
koa at the Ki Pi .... Topekas was.
engaged.
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Veteran American Radid News
A commentator H. V. Kalienborn
; is due here this week for a
visit.


4. Interesting additions to the
i younger set are Helga and Hen-
drick Verwaay here from Chill
,(for a two-month visit with the
- Madsens. l
-:0:-
S John Tooley is visiting with
t. his family prior to duty with
Nato in Onslow. John, a mem-


ber of the U.S. Airforce has corn
pleted a two year tour of duty
in England. His father is Man-
ager of the tIM in Haiti.-
-:0:-
Vertieres Veteran U.P's Jeanne
Doran regretfully wrapped up
her typewriter and journeyed
back to Manhattan yesterday
with the suggestion that Haiti
should celebrate Independence
in the same manner annually.
-:0:-
Returned to studies in King-
ston this week were Miles Hu-
guette Lew of .Pacot and Claude
Schomberg of Le Cap.
-:0:-
Tomorrow Mmine Pollux Main-
vielle in Jeremie is celebrating
her 100th birthday. The Brierre
family and numerous other re-
latives .are voyaging to. Jeremie
this weekend to wish -grandma
a happy birthday and many
more.. 1
4 -.

Thursday Marie Bedwell of
Ki Pi aid two-charmers Robert
and Rosemarie parted from Hai-
ti's shores with tears flowing
copiously. The children arp to
be schooled in Islamorda, Flor-
ida.

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MIle Lucienne Dreyfuss, gor-
geous White Rock queen, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rene Drey-
fuss, walked down the aisle of
the Sacre Coeur 6:30 p.m. Thurs-
day and became the wife of
Claude Parisot.
-:0:-
Gerard and Marina de Cata-
logne have returned to New
York.

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Kingston bound yesterday
were Alfred Celestin, Yolande
Craan, Michel Voltaire, and Max
Nicolas.


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SMile Michele Rouzier has re-
turned to the Universidad in
San Juan.
-:0:-


Murry Knobel and Sammy
Ferber flew to San Juan yester-
daty.
-:0:-
In New York are Mrs. Antoine
Bdulos, Elvira Moise and Rose
Abraham to attend May's wed-
ding.
-:0:--
Shell Manager Jean-Pierre Le-
grand is back from a short busi-
ness trip to Jamaica.
-:0:-
Mlle -Rence Gardener, former
secretary of the Chamber of Corn
merce, went to Kingston to
study Thursday.
-:0:-


Dr. Ramon Alvarez Silva, Di-
rector of the Cuban Magazine
'El Heraldo de Haiti,, is visit-
ing Haiti with his wife and
daughter Anita.
-:0:-
Engineer Georges Dalencour
has gone to study in Panama on
I
a ,'bourse.n
-:0:-
Mlle Elsie Levelt, daughter of
General and Mrs. Antoine Le-
velt, flew to New York with Ni-'
cole Denis to resume studies at
Marymount College.



Jean-Claude Nadal, Delta-C&S-
ed to another ypar. at Brebeuf
co0 ege thiW week.
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cFianpes, are. Claudette Sola-
ges and Reynold Fabius.
-:0:-.
Mille Marie-Carmel Duroseau
walked down the aisle of the No-
tre Dame Cathedral December
30th and promised to honour
and obey Mr. Eric Jastram.
-:0:-
Vashden and Mahni Dadlani
have returned to Kingston after
vacationing with the Maison
Orientale family here.
-:0:-
Mr. Gerard Augustin has re-
turned from two years study-
ing juvenile delinquency in
Paris'
-:0:-
Alix, Anne-Marie and Philippe
de St.-Marc bid a fond adieu
Monday and clippered to Cara-
cas.
-:0:--
Mr. Theodore Suss, Represen-
tative of the German Federal
Republic, was here for the cele-
brations with daughters Gabri-
elle and Cecilia.


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Mile Marie-Therese Montes
wed Mr. Franck Hogu at St.
Peter's cOhurch in Petionville,
December 26th at 6:30 p.m.
-:0:-
Ginette Fouchard and Lina
Menos returned from Miami last
Sunday.
-:0:-
The engagement of Nancy
Scala to Louis Dejoie Jr. was an-
nounced the evening of Tuesday.
December 29th at a buffet sup-
per at the Ibo Lele. The event
was offered by Miss Scala's
parents, Dr. and Mrs. Armando
E. Scala of Suffern, New York.
Miss Scala, a graduate of Nancy
Bryan School, was wearing a
large diamond. She has return-
ed to the U. S. to. complete her
studies at Skidmore College in
(Saratoga Sp:'rngs, New York.
Louis Dejoie, son of Senator
Louis Dejoie is a graduate agron
omist of Alfred University, New
York, and now works with his
father in the oil business.
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Alix Ambroise has returned
from a year's study in Chile.
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Mile Marie-Therese Dejoie
and Fred Tellander are efian-
ces'. Fled is the Dutch 'horse
trainer.


Dumont Bellande has taken up
his duties as Commercial At-
tache in Brussels.

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Monday at a party at the Pe-
tionville residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Wesner Haspil the engage-
ment of their daughter Mireille
to Edward C. Dessables of the
U.S. Air" Force was announced.
Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Dessables, returned to
duty yesterday at Hunter Air
Force Base, Georgia, after leave
with relatives.
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Josianne de Matteis has re-
turned to school in Washington.
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Craig and Stanley Vrooman
returned to school in New Eng-
land Tuesday.
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Mr. Pierre Peret, hotel school
director, returned from circling
the Caribbean Monday.



Suzanne Shrewsbury has re-
turned to school in Jamaica.
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Rachelle Lowman, sister of
Paul Weesner, Riviera owner, is
here on vacation.
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Gerald Gebara went to Mex-
ico last Saturday.


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Mle Faule Docler laqdam.
Mrs. Villon Elisee at tIe Bap.
tist Chprph in Port au Prince.
last evening at 6:30. Matron of
honour was Mile Flaure; best-
man, Mr. Ludovic Malebranche.'.l'.,
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Physician Jacqueline Trouillot -
has returned from abroad.
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Dr. Roberto Lopez Fernandez
of WHO and family returned
Tuesday from a 4-month stay in
Georgia. '
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Newest addition to the diplo-, e.
matic corps is Erneao Rodolfo. ':
Mendez 3rd, son of Charge d'Af-
faires of Panama and Senoram :'
Ernesto Mendez. Mendez 3rdt '
arrived January 1st 5 p.mn 1954. .:,
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Mrs. Roger Nicolas, wife of...
Lt. Nicolas of the Immigration; '
has named her third child born'
Sunday Brigitte. .
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Journalist Lucien Montas -re-
turned from covering the hie- .. .
toric anniversary pilgrimage
Sunday in time to greet' the ar-. .
'rival of his son-in-hetr. Lueien;
Madame and the baby are all
doing fine. A name is being
searched for.
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William Mitchell is the newest
addition to the William C. Mik .,
chell family. Ma is the former
AnnerMarie Solages.
S-:0:--
The "stork paid a visit 'to the
Ernst Trouillot household, last
January 2nd and fell'ired a
baby girl by the name of Eve<
line. Ma is the former Anne,-
Marie Morisset.


The Rodolphe Castera house,* ,
hold welcomed the arrival of the.
first addition to their family': .
Emmanuel. The baby boy and '
his mother, the former Marie
Vulcain, are enjoying the best
of health.


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Yanick is the new daughter,
of the Lebert Jn-Plerre. Ma is
former Fernande Mainvfle.-
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The Clarence Gaetjens house-
hold have welcomed the arrival
of Waldemar Wilhelm, their
first addition. The blessed event
took place Thj rsday.


The Gerard Millet family hqve
their first child, a baby girl. k
is the former Colette Bouard.


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Mgr Francesco Lardonne, for-
mer Apostolical Nuncio here,
left Wednesday to take up his
newv post in Lima, Peru, after re-
presenting Pope Pius XII at the
ainnhersary celebrations.

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Arthur O'Neill Corn
To Rescue Of LIFE
Continued from Pa
his family and travel
Cap over the New Ye
preferred, he said, to
Port au Prince.
In- answer to a desper
for aid, Arthur O'Neill
cally jumped for his c
clashed madly about fc
flash bulbs and color fi
took off for the final r
of the Battle of Vertier
He covered the Fet
start to finish and soon
tos will show millions o
subscribers throughout
world the beauties of ot
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Passed Into Pages
Of History
Continued from Pa1
oured its Great in a ma
tally befitting their
ments and aspirations.
one will not soon for
evening in the glimmerir
yard of Sans Souci or th
noon twenty-five thousa
sons gathered to watch
ly the re-6nactment of
the greatest moments i
history.


Send in Photos of
Kids under 5 noi
Haiti Sun Kiddy P
Contest ends Jan.

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Holiday Traffic Toll Low: Minister and Mrs. Zephirin
Two Deputies, Receive Visiting And
11 Soldiers Hurt Local Press At
-' Sumptuous Reception


Considering the amount of
traffic, the accident toll on the
road to the Cap was kept well
within reason. The worst mis-
hap occurred when an army
camion upset in a ravtne, in-
juring eleven soldiers.
Deputies Woolley and Bright
plunged off a turn of the high-
way near Cap Haitien, injuring
Woolley's shoulder.


Minister Mauclair Zephirin
and his hospitable wife held a
sumptuous reception Tuesday,
evening for members of the lo-
cal and visiting press, the Folk-
lore Troupe and Committee of
the Sesquecentennial. It was a
gracious way indeed to wind up
the week of fectivities


CSil MewzainA


live colour photographs by An-'
dre Held and Arthur O'Neil. The
cover is a painting by artist
Wilson Bigaud.


of LTFE A car carrying a load of SNAD OWEo' E neU- -
t the actors caught, on fire not far Has Issue On Haiti
ur Tour- from St. Marc but luckily no A glossy Swiss magazine *For-
one was hurt. The effect of the mes et Couleurs', has dedicated
*A., road improvement programme a complete issue to Haiti on the
could plainly be seen in the lack occasion of its 150th birthday.
of stalled voitures changing The magazine is illustrated by
punctured tires. We might add *0
ge 1 that once the dust problem is .. L'AIMANT ..
over the five hour trip will be/ .l,, TIiT
one of the biggest attractions of Adding Machines
achieve- our tourist ca lendar. Calculating Machines L EMERAUDE
we for Cash Regislers
*get the -- ----- L'ORIGAN
ig court FRENCH DECORATE
he after- ANDRE DUMESLE E
nd per- LE CHYPRE,
Sintent- French government has decor-
one of ated Andre Duipesle with their PARIS
h their order of aMerite Agricole, with
the rank of Officer for his yalu-
M. J. .able'assistance at FAO congress .
i recently held in Rome. The Di-j
Your rector General of Agriculture re-. -
w turned from his mission this? -'
'hoto past week. THE NATIONAL CASH
31st. ----- REGISTER CO.
,O U.j Agent in Haiti:


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