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Haiti sun ( January 17, 1953 )

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Material Information

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 17, 1953

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00213

Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00015023/00001

Material Information

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 17, 1953

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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00213

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VOLUME IV. Port-au-Prince


SGuatemala Mission Decorates
| President with Highest Army Award
S"Monday morning at 10 o'clock the presence of high Army and
-in the diplomatic salon of the Continued on Page 2
<"Natfolial Palace Colonel Eirique FirWrks Kills 3,
SParinello de Leon decorated His InjureS 3 At Jeremie
Excelleney President' Magloire Three 'persons were killed,
.with Guatemala's highest Army one received sver'e hand burns
..'award on behalf o"f President and two others had legs 'and
Jacobo Arbenz Guzman. The de- eyes injured when fireworks mis
coration, First Class. Cross of fired during the night efete. on
Military--Merit, was presentedd in- the Jeremie square Dec. 31st.

Attacked By Former Lover, Woman

r May Lose tlg And Arm
Early .onday morning sailor lizaire under,the pretext of giv-
io prtune Vernet driven by jeal- ing assistance to the bloody vic-
bousy. attacked his ex-concubine tim stole 105 gourdes 70 cen-
,Joyeuse Diwanche with a..ma- Continued on .Page 2
&hethe. as she lay sleeping
I ongstnmarchandes in thi e gal GuaVtnlan Col6nef Gave -
(lery facing Croix-des-Bossales Frock To Mme Magloire
Zwariket. The Ntman carried Colonel Enrique Parinello de
J.to the. General Hostilal in a se- Leon made a present of a beau-
Qrious state, may lose a leg and tiful Guatemalan made frock
Ei.'rm, doctors report. Tuesday evening, to Mme Paul
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C(The .author of Rena issance in after se'a ears' absence, wa
Haith nd director of the St.- the rapidity with which the om
Trinite murals urges that a cofro- buildings of Pore au Prince ar
N and Absd Francisco Guerra S. Morales with .wsio2the ?I1eIJ
baar and ofrals Protocol laying a wreath at tPie fao

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mittee be formed to, preserve vanishing. I don't mean th
Port-auPrince's architectural squalid cailles of the waterfront


heritage.)
The only thing that disturbed


or the ricketty boutiques of th
Continued on Page 12


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- UNAY, JAINUARY ] 17thI, 1 4


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From Le Nationals -,is'sue of Januarj 12th. -
Taking advantage of the time to elapse before the opening PERSONALITY'
of the next ordinary or extraordinary session of the Legislature, OF THE
Deputies Daniel Fignole and Rossini Pierre-Louis have continued -.'
to wehve a vast- conspiracy against the internal and external s6-. ...
curity of the State. .
The flagrancy of the crime,is such that-the Ministry of Jus-
tice has felt compelled to act. Therefore, the Deputies Daniel Fig-
nole and Rossini Pierre-Louis have been arrested and another
implicated, Senator Marcel Herard, has ,fled and has 'not so far
been apprehended.
The Gzvernment of the Republic confrodited with these se-
rious attack, upon public peace and the sovereignty of the State
-could not tlUt take the repressive measures demanded, by cir-
cumstan6es.
It'now effectively controls the activities, of the agitators and
is informed of their every move.

Department of the Interior of

National Defense. O
ONMMUNIfQI E "On December 29,1'935, a statues-
...... .......*. "-- que young wo man, returning ton
In spite of the legal and constitutional provisions decreed young woman to
by the Government in the case of themembers. of the Legis-' the United states from tri-
lature accused in -he plot against the, internal security of the phal European concert tour, trp"
S Sate, these persons continuing and increasing their criminal ped aboard ship and.,brokd, bhe'
action have dared to stir up trouble in the Capital' by inciting ankle. The following night sl"e
workers and students to an unjustified strike. gave her first majorperf
They have not hesitated to suggest to residents of the Cul ance in her homeland. propped
de-Sac to set fire to the, plantations of sugar cane on the eve of against a piano With her 'foot
S. In a cast. The womanl was"-be-
the harvest to weaken the economy of th.e country.n a cast. The woma wa
They have attempted to effect the disintegration of the only ,loved singer -Marian Anders f,
I end the incident, y of,.
force set up to maintain order and insure. the integrity of the nd th incident aymol
.d Continued on` ayge' .I
national fatherland, by circulating tracts among the enlisted Contnue, on 'age '
men of the Haitian Army asking them to revolt against what
Cadillac Visitors victim
they call a -backward regime.. dil Visitors V
'They have dared to writeto the Chief of.Staff of the Army Of Snatch Thie
When Mr. & Mrs. Manuel' Res-
to ask for 'the intervention of the'Hiitian Army which accdrd-
to Diaz, 20-year-old son Manuel
Ing to the Constitution must guarantee the rights of the people._
Oliver and three-year-old 'baby
They have ndt hesitated to take the most unpatriotic stepnt week
.of pll : to call against this free and independent country, for the end here at the Hotel Beau Site
aid of foreign -powers and the Intervention o( international or-
Monday, :they parked their.big
ganizatlons in its. internal affairs. black Cadillac for eight minutes'
In view of these serious attempts against internal and ex-.
across*from La Belle Creole, to"
ternal, security, and in view of the flagrancy of these serious., do last minute shopping before
breaches of the law, the eCommissalre, of the Government has
returning to Ciudad Trujillo.
- ordered the rJuge d'Instruction, to take action against these
Continued on Page 16
members of the Legislature. SIPP, Jan-llth,

Dr. Marcel Herard writes to ATTEMPT F MURDER
S o ON 14-YEAR.OLD LAD -
General Level Jacmel residents were shaken
i Dr. Marcel Herard,' in a letter dated January 7th, writes to -with Indignation' January 8th"
s General Levelt, Chief of Staff of the Haitian Army, asking for when Senator Leon Baptiste
' the intervention of the Army against the arrests made by the went to the residence of Mr.
d Justice Department and which he wrongly qualifies as arbitrary. and Mrs. Marcel Volel and com-
e We publish herewith the request of Dr. Herard in the nami mitted unequalled acts of brutal.
it, of the League for the Defense of Civil-Liberties. ity on Mine Marcel Volel and
e Port-au-Prince, January 7, 1954. Albert Volel a boy under age.
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The Mission lay a wreath on the statue.of Toussain
before the National Palace.

Guatemala Mission Decor

President with Highest Army
Continued from Page 1 flown to Cap-Haiti


government officials and mem-
bers of .the special Guatemalan
mission.
Following the solemn cere-
mony and speeches the mission:
Col. Parinello de Leon, Chief of
Statf of the Giatemalan Army,
Mr. Guillermo Chinchilla,' First
Attache of the Protocol, and Lt.
SRamiro. Paiz Novales, laid
wreaths on the pedestals of the
- monuments to Toussaint Louver
ture, Jean-Jacques Dessalines
and. Alexandre Petion.
Also decorated werp Chief of
Staff of the Army, General Le-
velt and Col. Max-Chessagne
who received the Guateinalan
Cross of Military Merit, 2nd and
3rd class respectively.
Saturday morning the-. were


plane. They ret
after visiting Ver
Citadelle. The G
rived Friday after
and departed We
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Congressman Po

U.S. With Prohii


Solitaire Shoe Polish de Luxe
give- shoes a four-fold beauty
treatment cleans dirt from the
pores preserves and 'nourishes
- v .t:Trre'fs and polishie'
with a Long-lasting hrilliantr
shinc. Makes new shoes last for
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Woman Attacke -
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May Lose Leg And Arm a
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times from her person. Ex gnt in Haiti:
Police have apprehended the lMRI ibtiiit
would-be assassin and .lowly &f a t i|i Detibr
thief. .- ei a A aid.
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Attending World
Coffee Congress
Director of the National Coff
Office Franck Boncy and Cof
Broker. Georges Wiener Fils
representing Haiti at the Wo
Coffee Congress being h
-January 14th 19th in Curiti
Brazil.

Mani Brnt Working
At Metal Hospital
Celien Desir received burns
importance last .Sunday aft
noon while woekling ont a shi
circuit at the General Hospil
Mr. Desir now an inmate is
the road to recovery.


SUNDAY, JANUARY 17th 1954


well Returns To Famous Violinist .
STTo Give Concert Hereit
i.n Tn Tnln T- ti Atl hFIrnnh Instltute


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had to postpone her charity show


U.S. Congressman Adam Clay-
3on Powell returned to N*v
't^^ York Monday aboard the S.S.
~.i ,','?,!' ]Cristobal after representing the
W"' U.S. at tie 150th Independence
anniversary celebrations. In a
Pier side interview he told Your
Reporter that he intended to do
What he could to help Haiti on
his return to the States. He said
he was instrumental in getting
Puerto Rico a larger sugar quo-
ta and hopes to do the same
t Louverture 'for Ha(ti. He had met the
iCARE official during his visit
ales and with the report in hand
hopes to get Haiti a larger al-

A.Aw"id location of powdered milk and
ien In an Army possibly tin butter.
urned Sunday The Congressman said he saw
tieres and the great openings for investment
uatemalans ar- on the island arid pointed out
ernoon by air possibilities of match and sdap
dnesday morn- making factories and plant for
manufacturing sisal by-products.
Congressman Powell accom-
panied by his 7-year-old son Skip
per said wife Hazel Scott, the
famed boogie w9ogie pianist re-
.. turned to 'an engagement in
,JOlD.^i 1 Miami after-the Palace ball and


Mile Colette Frantz, world
famous French violinist, will
give a recital Thursday, JAnuar
21st at 8 p.m. in the auditorium
of the French Institute under
the sponsorship of His Excellen
cy President Paul E. Magloir4
and Mr. Rogen de Bercegol,
French Ambassador.


for the Madame Magloire Foun-
dation till next April.

One of two negro Congress-
men in United States, Mr. Powell
is Minister of the Abyssinian
'Baptist Church, the Baptist
church with the largest Negro
congregation in New York. His
.father was its founder. He has
a colourful personality having
been editor of 'People's Voice,,
once a big New York riegro news
paper and today is very much
sought after as a columnist.
During his visit he eluded his
official guide and became just
another curious visitor asans
Kodak.. Hazel Scott, his wife,
is a native Trinidadian w.ho -s
proud of her origin and speaks
thefr..Creple-,csans faute.,.


HAITI HONOURED IN AFRICA ON OC0ASidN OF IbOth
BIRTHDAY


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In the African Reitzbbti6f Liberia Prieswdimt llf k~nbwa
ba, and Haiti's Minister Jean Coradin made eloquent ,peea.jes o0
-" the occasion of the sesquicentennial telling. 'A .Sati.&. tth ant
evolution. President Tubman [at the miarophone].- .']' c.Th
annals of.history are replete with 'the records of t.,ur, &' n an
struggles, of your pursuits ai d of your aci eveim uetz *' havy
indeed had the acid tests ... Minister CorddtA .,Isee' re
plied that it was a very great honour to speak'"-..itlajd o
,Africa and went on, to outline Haiti's fight nrdenci
ter- .
ort,. Guaranteed 100% Non Sl
tal.
on Furmoto shines tenors like glass -' produc.s a 'har '
tread-proof and waterpro.F surface on any kind of floo
ing or linoleum yet on 1' you can't slip an.inch. Be-
S,'ause of this it is the on!., I.'lish you should use. Avoid
accident claims as a *es,,. of anymore falling on slihp,-ry
Sfloc.s. You are absolute!' safe vi'h Furmorlor \V'i; 'L
every can is given 100 FREE INSURANCE AGAINST
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Institute, at the National Palac
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and also at the, following 6o0
merce houses: Henri Deschampa
Valerio Canhez. Fritz Dupuj
Jules Farmer and Nadal and C
Entrance fee: $1:50; reserve
seats $3.
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4UNDA'Y,.JANUARY 17th, 1954


AITIAN ARMY OFFICERS TO VISIT PANAMA
ANDOSEE LATEST JET SHOW

Six Officers 6f the Haitian Lt. Colonel Wiley L. Alexan-
,Wmy will be flown to Albrook der, Chief of the U.S. Air Force,
r Force Base, Panama, C. Z., Mission to Haiti and Major
, January 20, where they will William P. Binks, Jr., Assistant
.t. guests of. Major General Reu.- Mission Chief, will escort the
.en C. Hood, Commanding Gen-. Haitian delegation during the
eral of the Caribbean Air Corn- trip.
and. The officers, who will
travel inathe aircraft of the Uni- W ile in Panama the' Haitian
ted States Air Force Mission to will witn demonstra-
ait, are as follows : tions of U. S. jet aircraft in con-
Colonel.Henri Fils-Aime, AdH, neetion with the Latin Ameri-'
Presideht de la delegation; can Goodwill Tour of the U. S.
.Colonel Germain Ev, Ddicheirfe, Air Force. The Goodwill Tour
Ad, membre; which will begin on January 16,
Colonel 1enoit 0. Alexandfe, vil visit a total of twelve Latin
SS, AdH, membre; I American countries and j'et air-
Lt, Colonel G. Edouard Roy, craft demonstrations will be giv-.
A AdH, membre; en at these locations. Officials
Sous-Lieutenant Joseph Etien-. of. the Latin American countries
:e, CA,'AdH, membre; not included on the Goodwill-
Adjutant Max Civil, CA, AdH, Tour have been invited to wit.
membre. ness the jet aircraft demonstra-







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iort facilities at Port a .. '
ncg cannot accommodate jet- o' : 44 h
e aircraft, due to the length
the runWiay. Jet aircraft tak-
part in the mission will be
Ith American. F-86F Sabre- -
, Republic F-840 Thunder-
. and Lockheea F-80 Shooting
rs and T-33,jet trainers. In
lition to the jet planes, sup-
t aircraft will include Douog-
C-54' Skymasters and 0C-124
bemasters, and Grumman 8A-
Albratrosses. The demon-
tions of modern United
tes Air Force jet aircraft to
staged at Panama and other Can you recdoglize iho painted the above tableau? ',
in American cities will be of the artist's typical works.... ,
lighted by the appearance .
the official. LuSAF jet pre- and drawings.. eCohi htel
ion flying team The Thunder The artist was born New. is, except for a, l
Year's day 1923 in Jacmel, th o T c.4, 1
ds., Among the top Air Force Year's day 1923 in Ja elt was occupied b y a.IE
;raftthe.t.. b a ce os a. r....,i3f.h.
pilots accompanying the birthplace of artists., His father, reproduction of a photo o H t. "
r will be Major Charles old Stasse.a shipwight constructed those
huck] Yeager, first man to small fish Duing o faut's subjectma.terlal.e
.ak the sound barrier, and on anl cargots the'. tiao parqiout
boats that in-
ember 12, 1953, attain a speed t thsterests of his lie, the seaort
1,650 miles an bour in te the h Jacmel and thea seagr4.cer'
1 X-1A Air Force Rocket tian coast. ones isEar- paintings a
1' ly in life he .,
ne. ginary cities, with the buildi -
Ssaile these of impouance such as he' :
'he Goodwill Tour was or-' ships and la de d'Haiti the Phcfla,
,ade 'iHg ah, the c w a .
ized in response sto a desire.ai La Cathedrale the aTele.
dressed by Latin American there in the building trade. One phones Tetrestres, clearly ..ark
entries to see some of the day ome 6 years ago, while ed are almost invariable sur-
craft -the United States has helping his father put the fin funding, a busy harbour thro ....
duced to meet threats of fishing touches to a new boat oi ged with sailing.boat& e.Ce,.Ma.
rld aggression. ', the island of La Gonave a great gic 'ceremonies, t;lctee are,-
change took place. 'At the end revelations of \ another-. t'nn ,.
Phe Tour will demonstrate of that day he w. tired and af. world, of dreams, the personages .
continuing cooperation be- ter supper fell asleep. During of which are vodoo. '.JRods or
een the United States and that sleep a beautiful lady came complicated images of.Batan, I .
Latin American Repulics to to hini in a drem;to this day ter-mixed ith magle nire.
serve world peace and inter- he is not sure *heth er this lady Most of his paintings are CraGa .1a W
erican solidarity, as set ftrth vs his prsety young wife oRl the terizdd by two .dimerdon al.
the Rio treaty. Virgin Mary. She 'spokh to him blocks of strong bold colbitr of-'
gently as he slept: 'Prdphbte ten undersebred with blae&lllnies
Duffaert, she said, -when you .Yet despite the simplicity of his
AX DORSINVILLE awake in themorning I want approach, he remainsfor man ..
ILS" TO U,, you to start painting pictures. one of the most personal and
Doing such a thinghl never poetic of Haitian painters.
r. Max Dorsinville, former .
etary Genera at t'he Depart- occurred to him before but be- Mexican Boys Ohorns
nt of Foreign Affairs, recent- ing a dutiful young man with To Give,-dncerts Here
considerable belief anti respect The Mexican bqy chbrus
appointed Assistant Delegate
for the supernatural -he obeyed. =Orfeon, is expected- tO give 'a-
Haiti to the United Nations,. .,
S the next morning he was at series; of concerts in Port au I
Set.NY. Mronay aota work on a small primitive mu- Prince on its return from tour-..'...

s M. Doon r ral on the walls of the tiny vii- Ing Europe.and United States.
ces Prre udicourt. lage chapel. From that day The choir managed by Mr. Rol-
forth he was an artist. Return- gelio Zarzosa-y Alarcon compos. .
ing to his family and =ti callles ed of 8 to 12-year-old- children :
on the road between Jacmel and visited Haiti two years ago at
irth plrce o Carrefour-Raymond lie at once the commencement of their
rytsi.ta JesnaS-. -i decorated the ebarriere. of his tour.
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home, the exterior walls of his
called with paintings and the Commerce Club
title 'Centre d'Art lde Jacmel.' The 'Club International -Je
On a visit once to this pretty Commerce, gave its traditional
peasant type house we were lunch at the Riviera hotel Wed-
ushered in and saw that he had nesday. The theme of the round
completely papered the walls of table was sOur Trade Possibill.
the rooms with his paintings ties in 1954.


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Mexico 'Beats U.S.
In World Championship'
' Mexico beat the United Stat
4-0 and 3-1 in two matches ic
the world championship.
Mexico defeated Haiti wit
the same score 4-0 last month
and will now play in the final
to be held in Switzerland
May.
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Mr. Primitivo Condis, Fir
Secretary of the Cuban Emba
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GOLD'S PROGRESS
Herb Gold has a bulgy wallet this week from dollars receiv-
ed. One of his stories was pried out of a magazine and is to
become a television play. More success O'Henry prize
stories of 1954 included a Gold -Histoire., Herb's latest no-
is-
vel The Prospect Before Us. will hit the bookstalls Feb-
ne
ruary 15th.
EDITIPS PROGRESS U
Edith Efron is gradually returning to her feet. The only
casualty of the Gonaives January 1st celebration, Edith
broke a foot bone on "uneven terrain. Mr. Bogat is assisting
in setting up exercises with melodious song Campe oh'.
T. J's. PROGRESS
In bed with a high fever since Monday T. J. Grant the but-
cher and -'Haiti Sun, star columnist is now on the road to
recovery. Will remain abed few days longer.
ELAINE BARRIE'S PROGRESS
Elaine Barrie grew up in headlines some ten years ago when
she wedded America's greatest actor, the late John Barry-
more. Madame Barrie and her mother Edna Barril took
lodgment at Ibo Lele January 4th and retarded departure by
Panama Line two weeks. A first line economist, Mme Bar-
rie has travelled to the historic north and scenic south with
S local economNist Henry Bermingham providing the transpor-
tation. 'Le Nouvelliste** reports an article will appear in
'Esquire as a direct result of these trips. The impressions
will be bylined by actress Barrie.
Popular rugby player Harry Gottfried vacated the Ibo Lele
this week and returned to New York, he'll be back ... Dr.
Price Maiis isstylizing a way to wear a Panama ... In Mexico
Raoul Cassagnol observed his fete, they are preparing for a' .
n new addition ... Ti canyonn fer, Raymond Magloire observed
his birthday this week with the family ... Faby Vieux has
gone to thb States to study English ... Rita Duvigneaud cele-
brated her birthday Wednesday ... Chez Georges Celcis was
the skene of a cocktail party Wednesday evening ... Mr. Cla-
rence Moody gave Jane Eddy 'a yacht on the bay, farewell
party Tuesday night, the weather turned foul, those not sea-
sick enjoyed themselves immensely ... Dominican Artist Aris
Bastardo and his wife were in town this week ... Carlos Pe-
reira, Director General of Westley Ships Afloat, has returned
from seasonal holidays in New Orleans and Havana ... Artist
Angel .Barros Botello is over from San Juan ... Emmanuel
Pierre-Louis arrived from Kingston Tuesday ... Vivian Bailey
is once more 'man about towns after a business trip to U.S.
and Jamaica ... The banana industry's tycoon Jean H. Elie
returned from a 'business trip to the States Tuesday ... Miss
Adelipe Perigord of the Snad is going to study in Quebec;
Canada, on a scholarship ... Rqbert Hart has been visiting
George Perry on Insurance business ... Denise Roy'returns to
New York 'a la fin du mols, presently visiting the Cap with
sister Lucienne ... The Turgeau neighbours-of Mayor Nelaton
Camille were delighted last Saturday evening with a rbam-
boches organized for his son Tony, a future atueur d'hommes*,
that kept them from falling asleep ... St. Louis Post Dispatch's
Ernest Reeves is here with Madame on vacation just writing
a few thousand lines ... The Panama Line's New York Attor-
ney Arthur Loughran, wife and daughter Mary.Ellen passed
through here Monday on their first trip on a Panama liner
in 17 years of brain-shaking toil. Mr. Loughran was awarded
the Order of Neptune with high water level for his story tell-
ing on the trip ... Newly elected Supreme Court Justice Mr.
* Regis O'Brien sailed through from the Isthmus Monday with-
the O'Donnells of Chicago. Mr. O'Donnell went off the wagon
] for the first time In 20 years. It is not known whether the
judge is responsible ... Mr..Ulrick Duvlivier, one of the five


Charles Russhon, American
Broadcasting Company Televi-
sion Executive was over from
Miami this week at Choucoune
as a guest of Mr. Eric Tippen-
hauer. Mr. Russhon last visited
Haiti in April 1935 and met
Eric's father.
-:0:- .-
Red Books Harold Baron has
returned to home base with fea-
ture and story material on the
anniversary celebration.

On Thursday's clipper to the
U.S. were: Mr. and Mrs. Philippe
Brun, Raymond Etienne, Suz-
anne Appollon, Alice Talamas,
Georges and Victoria Baboun.

It was on the isle of Haiti
that we left them
Edna, Elaine, all alone
Fear not, my fellow travellers
We'll have them coming.home
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Mme Vve Pollux
Mainvielle Celebrates
*100th Birthday
The 100th birthday of Mme
-Vve Pollux Mainvielle was cele-
brated in Jeremie Monday with
a special thanksgiving mass at:
the Cathedral offered by rela-
tives. Holy Communion was
carried to Mme Mainvielle in heri
home on the Grand'Rue. h
From 6 to 8 in the evening re-
latives down to great grand
children and friends attended a
party topped with champagnbj
toasts offered by M11i Jeanne
Mainvielle. eldest daughterL'and
Max' Duvivier, a grandchild. Jo-
seph Mainvielle, a great :grand-
cihild, recited poetry .and-;.alV
toasted thbe'health ef the:'icen-
tenaire, who is still going
strong.


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members of the Cultural Action Committee of the O.A.S. en-
tertained visiting'Secretary General Tito Piazza Saturday
evening ... Canadian geologist Paul Francis O'Brien arrived
from Montreal Thursday for a 15-day asejour, ... Mr. Max
Chancy recently returned from graduation at La Sorbonne,
has been appointed a teacher at the Lycee Toussa int Louver-
ture ... 'Haiti Journal, reports that an important Cuban del'e-
gation partly composed of officials of the Army and intellec-
tuals will arrive in Port-au-Prince by the end of February ...
French Engineer Raymond Durack arrived Wednesday for a
year with the United Nations ... Mile Rose Marie Maison-
neuve flew to Kingston, Jamaica, yesterday to resume her
studies ...


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LNDAY, JANUARY 17th, 1954 HAITI -SUN
.. i' Pa .. .

GERRI MAJOR, MARSHA LL WILSON COVERED of the Haitian World Fairs, and white, and preparing material a guest of the Haitian govern- -:
.HAITI; CONGRESSMAN POWELL, STILL GOING one year came as a memberof for a Haiti vacation feature by rent was deeply impressed-with
the five-man delegation which Congressman Adam' Clayton Po- our artistic development aqluir-
'::-Among foreign correspondents ly three months old, is a month- .
-Amongforeign correspondents y three months old, is a month- received a stone from the Cita- well, who represented the Uni- ed several Antonio Josephsiand
covering the Haitian celebration ly pocket-edition pictorial maga-
oerng the Hatan celebration pocket-edition pictorial maga- del for the historic fireplace of ted States Government at the ce- all available recorded folklore '
.f.150 years of freedom was a zince. radio commentator Lowell TJao- lebration. and his wife, pianist music. Impressed to the point
1wrirer-photographer team of Mrs. Major is society editor for ..
S .. mas. She has been decorated Hazel Scott. where paper meets ink. Sr. Piaz-
Gerri Major and Mr. G. the company, with a special as- w p me Ink.Sr. ~
er Major and Mr. G. the company, with a special as- by President Magloire for her --- za's impressions may be seen-
,A~arshall Wilson from Johnson signment to cover .social events ... *
marshal Wilson from Johnson signment to cover social events writings to increase goodwill be- OAS Official Leaves shortly in the .Americasi ma-
.publications, Inc. of Chicago, throughout the world. Under her tween her people ad Haitians. After Attending gaine.
tween her people and Haitians. After Atendi gazine.
..lipais. Mrs. Major and Mr. Wil- byline are two columns, one Mr. Wilson, a noted society Celebrations
on were on assignment for weekly for Jet, another month- and news photographer, recet- Luis Guillermo Piazza known M
ree of the company five ma- ly for Copper. Her feature arti- iy joined the Johnson staff. He informally at,Tito, Secretary G.en R asuai ,.
azines Ebony, Jet and Hue. cles appear in Ebony and Hue. has photographed practically eral of the Cultural Action of the A manifestation casualty .:re. i
Ebony, with a reader public Last summer she covered the every dignitary in America. Organization of American States, gistered at the police Thursday
A one ahdtone-half millions, is coronation of Queen Elizabeth i returned to headquarters in morning was Gerard Leg.r who
be leading Negro monthly ma- and spent two months touring In addition to coverage of the Mexico Wednesday after attend- received a piece of wood -on the
Se of the world. Jet, which Germany, Italy, Spain and Independence celebration, they ing the anniversary celebrations forehead. The wood was thought
aches an equal number 6f read France for material. are making a photographic re- and peeped into every nook and to come from a co-madtifester.
rs weekly, is the company's She has made several trips to cord of the President and Mrs. crany of Haitian cultural life. Gerard's forehead is.healing nice
p pocket size edition. Hue, on- Haiti. She covered the opening Magloire in colour and back and Argentinian Sr. Piazza here as ly.


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SECOND PRIZE
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'Von by Mr. i Emile Val
.nd Avenue, Bolosse, P-au-Prince
voice NoY 2941
Picket No. 1065

rHIRD PRIZE ',
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Won by Mr Pierre Elie
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M. Emile Val of 2nd Avenue, Bolosse. receives his second AMr. Dick Leegstra, General Man ager of the Curacao Trading Co.?
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SIXTH PRIZE '
Philips infra-red lamp
Won by Mr.'Georges Archer
OURTH PRIZE Petionville, Haiti
Philips Electric Shaver Invoice No. 2945
Won by Francois Drcan, Ticket No. 1062
Rue du Centre, P-au-P.,
Invoice No 2844 SEVENTH PRIZE -
Ticket No. 1023. A whole set of bicycle lamps -
Won by Mr. Clovis Bonhomme 9
I'TH PRIZE Port-au-Prince, Haiti
SPlullips infra-red lamp Iinvoice No. 2863
Won by Mr. Gerard Fi aroTicket No. 1033
ac/o Le National,
!?Invoice No. 2885 EIGHTH PRIZE C
rTicket No. 1050 A whole set of bicycle lamps 9
Won by Mr. Gerard Hyppolite
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Irn"Dice No. 3032 ,
Emile Marimilien, holder of tic ket No. 1035 received first prize, Ticket No. 1121
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,(HELLO HAITI))

FROM CANADA


by Roselly Millcr


January 1st 1954 not only saw the advent of the new year
tt means one of the most famous celebrations in Haiti. Word
f the activities during this fete was spread throughout the
Itvrld. Edith Efron wrote a fine article for the New York
Times ... Haiti was given full colour representation .in a. special
tavel section in the Jatmuary 12 Issue of LOOK magazine ... The
S 'anadian press sent nationwide dispatches to commemorate the
c6asion. .
In my -opinion the 150th Celebration of Independance served
S t only to publicise Haiti, but it lent a-note of hope to people
' all. over the world, showing them how Free people overcame
tleir oppressors.

OVER THE HOLIDAYS .
i Spent New Year's Eve in the International House in New
York City. Miss Madelaine Chretien and Mr. Lucien St. 'Victor
Were a few of the aimable Haitians I met there.
Madelaine left Haiti in June 1953 and was particularly lone-
ly for her homeland during the festive season ... Mr. 'St Victor
Shas.been-,on American soil for 2 years now, but is most anxious
1o, come home. ,
It was interesting to note -how these students 'keep the cul-
Sture of Haiti alive by holding dances in which they feature their
native 'cMeringue.. .
S Oi'TAWA: Minisieur Yvon H'plpolyte, new Consul Genetal of
anada as one of ,his new duties of office, held a celebration in
S ttwa'" at the fashionable Chateau Laurier Hotel on. Saturday,
:' January 2,'on the occasion o0 the celebration of Independence.
M. Haitipns in, Montreal, Ottawa and-Hull attended;
S .ncluded.iguests were Falter Papailler, Father Dfjean, Mr.
Max Lescot, son of the ex-president, 'Mr. Denyzd, Dr., Trasibull,
-Mr. Leslie Chenet, Dr. Philipe Michel, Dr. and Mrs. Beauvoir,
and, their daughter Mathilde, frmi Hull, as well as merribers of
Sthe Haitian and Canadian diplomatic corps. . '
-N.EIW YOIaK: The Chenets had a family reunion in New York
during the Christmas holidays. Mr. Ron' Chenet Sr. flew in
from.Haiti, Leslie Chenet flew in from Montreal, and the fam-
ily cbnverged at the home of Paul ,and.'Aryanne Chenet ... We
hear that,wedding bells may peal for ,the' last -bachelor, in the
family. Leslie, if,he marries Mathilde eDidi. Beauvoir .in May
ad scheduled. .' .
Mr. and Mrs.-Sidney Markq of New :York,,did extended tra-
veiling over the .holidays. Their adorable son' Joel :'was ',sent to
his grandmother in -Haiti which permitted .Sidney and Fahimi








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[the former Miss Goldenberg of Petionville] to visit Cleveland,
Ohio, and make a few side trips into Canada.
MONTREAL: Mr. Ernesto Martijn and Mr. Angel Martijn,
Consul and Vice-Consul, respectively, of Montreal, sent me very
nice holiday greetings...
We're buried under 10 inches of snow today as I write this.
If anyone Is interested I will pack some of this abominable stuff
and air mail it to them ... See you soon.
-title- - -Proa
S "Haiti Sun, Article title 'Personality of the W\ee!l:
* Gets Father To appeared in the 'Haiti Sun, Oct
Write To Son 18' issue ... and described th:
chosen career of a district boy.
This newspaper published an
This newspaper pHarvey Drinkle, son of Mr. and
-article some time ago that was
MrIrs. T. J. Drinkle of Waverly..
handed in as being a matter of
After these introductory comrn-
interest. Maybe you recall it.
ments, the 'Elmvale Lance. pub
The description given 'in'thatlished theHait Sun article
lished the -Haiti Sun, article
write-up concerned the lad with
the white helmet who pedals a Now Harvey's folks are nut
bicycle all over Haiti to' help yet Jehovah's witnesses them-
people better understand their selves, and. though mom gets a
Bibles. We must admit that .little red on the neck when
what we have heard of late is Harvey starts talking about the
information- that came from scriptures, it seems, that. da(d
personal- correspondence. A let usually agrees with what Har-
ter made a quotation from a Ca vey has to say. Anyway, \'whv
adian newspaper, 'Elmvale we're driving at is -that Harvey'.-
Lance., saying, that 'The follow dad read the 'Haiti Sun- article
ing interesting article under bth as it appeared in the Elmvalef


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Lances, and as a result wrote
letter to Harvey for the firi
time in all the six years tha
his son has been in Haiti. Ii
the letter, he said that he wai
sending a parcel. Well, just las
Friday the parcel arrived anc
what do you suppose was in iti
A big picture of mom and dad
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Assermentes
Port-au-Prince, Haiti (W.I.)
P.O. Box 68 and 972
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British Tennis Players
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ur famous : British tennis
eayers Joy Mottram, Helen
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[ DON'T LET IT HAPPEN.
TO YOU


Phe boss of a medium-sized
rice hired me as a steno. I had
pks, personality and clothes.
after looking at me, for a few
weeks, the boss, a, married man,
'Cided that he was going to
ike me out some night. He
,proached me and asked if I
otfld like to celebrate his birth-
y with him at some secluded
Eight spot. I said I would have.
think about it.


954


Colin Hamman, will reportedly
arrive in Haiti early next month
to play a series of matches
against the tennis clubs of Port-
au-Prince.



, The next day I consented to
go, but offered we- go to my
house.

The night of his birthday we
went to my house and had cock-
tails, appetizers, dinner, and
some drinks. After a short time
I said: ,I'm going to my bed-
room, c'heri, and you can come
in in five minutes., After the
five minutes were up the boss
disrobed. He knocked on the
bedroom door. The' voice from
behind the door in a sweet tone
said, Come in., A twitt of the
door knob and the door swung
open only to find the rest of
the office force singing ,HAPPY
BIRTHDAY TO YOU.,
Signed.: A Reader.


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Sunday, January 17th, 1954 at
3:30 p.m.
*Agent Federal,
11th and 12th episodes and
a Cowboy Film
At 6 and 8:30 p.m."
-Le Train Sifflera Trois Fois,
Monday, at 6 p.m.
'La Montagne de Verre.
Tuesday, at 6 and 8:15 p.m.
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Wednesday, at 6 and 8:15 p m.
*Baiser de Muiuit
Thursday at 6 and 8:15 p.m.
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Friday, at 6 and 8:15 p.m.
*Le Train Sifflera Trois Foil.
Saturday, at 6 and 8:15 p.m.
,Aventurera,
Sunday, January 24th, at
3:30 p.m.
'La Cible Humaine
At 6 and 8:30 p.m.
*Les Quatre Filles du Docteur
March.


MRS. ARNOLD HEARD
GAVE BIRTH TO A.
BIG BABY BOY
We have heard with much
pleasure that Mrs. Arnold He-
rard gave birth Tuesday at 10
p.m. to a big baby boy who has
not yet received his first name
because of the absence of his
father.
- We were right when we told
the ,accouchements of Mrs. Ar-
nold Herard who was led to Jill
in the conditions that everybody
knows, was but a matter of days.
Thanks to God the mother and
the child are enjoying a goo.
health.
We sincerely share the joy of
the Herard family who has been
* augmented with a new member
and wish a long life to young g
Herard.
- Le, Constitutionnel. Thurs-
day, January 14th.

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MR. PILANT TELLS OF MONUMENT
TO GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER


On Monday, January 11, the
advanced students of the Hal-
tian-American Institute had the
pleasure of listening to an in-
formal talk' by Richard Pliant
on George Washington Carver.
Mr. Pilant, a 'native of the town
in Missouri where Carver was
born, and who knew the great
scientist when he was alive,
spoke of the National Monu-


ment which was dedicated last
year to Carver.
It is the first national nmonu-
ment in the four States of Mis-
souri. Oklahoma, Kansas and
Arkansas. It is the first nation-
al monument to any American
for services to agriculture the
first to any American educator
- the first to an American
scientist the first to an Ame-


Talented young crooner Herbie Widmaier and fiancee, Miche-
line Lafontant. Their engagement was announced at a Christ-
Ynmas Eve party at the Petionville residence of Mr. and Mrs. Ri-


rican Negro and the world's
first memorial to inter-race
peace.
Mr. Pliant then went on to
talk of George Washington Car-
ver's work, emphasizing that he
turned down at least two prince-
ly offers 'of research to con-
tinue with his own people and
in his own way His great con-
tribution, thinks Mr. Pilant, was
his insistence that everything
has its place and use, and that
progress does not depend upon
vast sums of money or elabor-
ate equipment, but upon a will
to apply the fundamental laws
of existence. George Washing-
ton Carver will be remembered
for his own, personal applica-
tion, of the principles which he
believed.
Listeners were grateful to
Mr. Plant' for his informative
talk, the more so since he ex-
pressly put off leaving Haiti in
order to meet Institute students
and give his talk.



Lyall Gets PAA Post
At Ciudad Trujillo

George A. Lyall, has been ap-
pointed station manager for.
PAA at Ciudad Trujillo. For the
past two years Lyall, who once
served temporarily here, has
been junior station manager at
Maiquetla. At Cludad Trujillo
he replaces Clayton V. Prosser,
who has been transferred to
Miami.


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Intellectual and informal-musi-
cal event of the season was the
party last Friday at the home
of Professor Mme Rene Pi-
quion. Among the guests were,
Minister Mauclair Zephirin and
Jean Brierre, Senator St.-Lot,
Librarian Max Bissainthe, archi
tect Albert, Mangones, Poet
Roussan Camille, Cineaste Ian
Hugo, Chief Petty Officer Ar-
thur Morrison and his wife
Reba.

Guests contributing impromp-
tu entertainment were Mile
Paulette St.-Lot, daughter of the
Senator, who sang .Erzulie and
ePanama'm Tombes unforgettab-
ly; Pierre Blain of SIPP who
sang popular and operatic selec-
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Chariot*; and Albert Mangones,
who gave a rendition of a cere-
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The delightful Haitian dinner
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ATTEMPT OF MURDER Chief Of U.S. Naval FOR RENT
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.between the son 'of the Senator s, arge rawing-room foods ges Coles. Maison
tnd y oung Albert Volel M Leon board the Panama Liner yester- and dining room, modern bath- Simon Vieux, Mme
aet day replacing Commander BM rooms with hot and cold water, / / Joseph Maglio, Baa
VBaptiste with revolver in hand / fs Maglo, Bazam
hed into the residence of Mr. Trefny Jr. as Chief of the pantry, room- for private 'office, Edmond Phipps.
Volel and U.S. Naval Mission. Commander terrace overlooking the sea. CO-37
and Mrs. Marcel Volel and af-
a r. at cces svely Ma dam Trefny who has held 'the post Phone 3767 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 --
r. beating successively Madame for two years is returning home p.m. or call at 10, Avenue du INDONIE MOURRA CORP.
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bert Volel, .threatened the latter Havana. Commander Trefny in
',with his weapon. The boy had,
;:'iwith his weapon. The boy had,, his 13th year of naval service Is "
his life saved only through the .
.s retiring to enter the business --" QUART -- 86PROOF
intervention n bf friends who. world. It is rumoured that he. BOUUET, BOUQUE. .
prevented in time a mishap Opened 1st December -.%. : .*-
-which would have been irrepar- CINDERELLA,. -.. .
able. -."-
| The affair has been referred on Rue Pavee opposite LA PLUS-ANCIENNE FAMILLE E DISTLLATEURS:D'4AITI
to the Justice. When he was Royal Dry. Cleaners ,
First questioned the Senator rec- Water-pr00f your ; CINDERELLA
ed that the facts were ,ac- 1 '
icurate and reiterated his de- engine fOr longer where you will jind
termination to kill the boy un- a large selection of
:der age. lif ir ported European handbdas, 4 ,,<,t/A 4/ //
-. We shall give more ample in- US leather goods,Frenrch evening a IffliM/, llli tA/fl&HrWPlt&C & /M/'f
'formation on the incident which bags, silverware, Etc. 'a.ftHgi f16'
:is on all lips at JacmeL All suitable as Lhristmas PORT-AU-PRINCE HAITI WEST INDIES '
-From our Jacmel correspondent. gifts. I =
: Le Nationala, Monday, January _.- *__*-***-- %*. *****%.* *-** < .<*... *%* %* %
11th. -


ATOR BAPTISTE .,0 WORKER IN TOWN
After the note under the title T
Attempt of Murder on 14-year-
old lads' was published by cLe
Nationals January 11th Senator The Caterpillar HT4 Shovel will dig
Leon Baptiste dropped into our, and load .heavy earth and rock, bulldoze, .
officeses to make the following l fli grade or load from stockpiles.
-statement: The daily aLe Na- *lMunicipalities have found this machine
i ".", deal for street maintenance an repair,
onals %.s led into error by its XRA HEAVY sno removal, garbage disposal and -
Jacmel reporter. The accurate building-site excavation. Because it digs
fects'.-are as follows: After an and loads fast it reduces labor costs and
insignificant -quarrel Letween Today's bet motor oil saves on expenditures of public funds. --
?children, which was referred to is MADE not born. "Specially' designed buckets are avail- s.r '
SThis remarkable new Havoline able for specific applicaons. Operators--
th flJaemel court without plau- as MADE, not born. Its Bal- need not pamper this machine, forit can --
*luible motives 'as support, the nced-Additie ompl p e- stand hard usage and is built to last -
',rents agreed to forget about tion from all wear factors that a long time. and
... oil alone cannot give. 'u for tore information and"otm
i.it, My astonishment was great Tests prove that this new oil Caq .:bn u for more
I actually wearproofs your engine comp lte specifications.
on reading in newspapers re- for longer life keeps it clean .
pprtages of assassination which free from sludge rust and CATERPILLAR "
pthearing.eating ae-s keeps
are but the product of a plot new car liveliness for thousands REGISTERED TRAD MARK
Sof extra. miles. -
people would like to lay against Change to the newr Havoline -
the Extra Heavy Duty Oil -
e. ind keep new-engine power,
Leon Baptiste, keep its liveliness, its gasoline
|^.,0 'w economy and your driving plea- .'
.'' Senator of the Republic. sure for all the miles you keep
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er Olympia is due here Janu-
ary 30th with a cargo of 600
tourists. The floating palace is
.controlled by Maison Martijn.

* Triumphant Rose
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cienne Thomas arrived home
from winning first prize in Pasa-
dena's Rose Parade oh Haiti's
*Treasure Islands float. 'Te
artists reported having a won-
derful time and receiving the
best of attention.

POLICE ACTIVITIES

'.49 accused persons were re-
ferred to Justice this' week for


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the State; 16 for complicity in
attempt on the interior safety of
the State; 6 for larceny; I for
illegal bearing of a firearm; 1
for vagrancy; 2 for burglary; 3
for night thefts; 2 for domestic
thefts; 1 for infringement of
sanitary laws; 1 for insults; 3 for
walking in dirty dresses; 1 for
public, scandal; 8 for assault and
battery. 20 individuals were re-
leased by the Police.

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SUNDAY, JANUARY 17th, 1954' .


'Denmark Vesey hispired

i .Revolt By Haiti's Freedom


SHaiti' hard won freedom' of


down .too- His big day came in


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date to annihilate the white po-. shout that South Carolina would


pulation, put Char
torch and escape
tured in its' har


. 150' years ago served as anr in- 1800 when he won a'$1,500 prize Vesey planned to
.spiration to Negroes throughout in a.,lottery. The 33-year-old been proven. Bu
the slave world. And one of the Negro used part -of it to buy his report that his gc
-Congeneres it inspired was Den- freedom and tl rest to set hiw- here he had alle
'mark Vesey, a West Indian born self up as a carpenter. For promises of rote(
.slaye who almost but not quite, twenty two "years he worked However his. pla
succeeded in obliterating Anie- hard at' his .ade, becomNnig a ed. The city was
erica's. pre-civil .war Slave Cetterk solid member of the community alert and the ring
of Charleston, South Carolina. arid "won the confidence, of plot, including De
I were tortured ai
The Journal of Negro History black and white alike.. But
tell hi sfory.as follows : Denmark Wasn't content to main without revealing
1"' n e ... 8' tain. his own superior standing. tl'e thousands of
4In the year 1781,; a certain raptors.
.sl.v.edealer. Captain Vesey pick-He pledged himself to freehs
Sa cargo- f 39 negro brothers from the yoke of slav- ,
,ed up' a cargo d6 390 negro ' TI
slaves at.St. Thomas'and sailed ry. -And he sed the his only onein hund
for Cape Franrois to sell them of the new nation of Haiti t' only one .
for Cape Frarigols to sell them, the' history Of the
'to the French Colonials. On the inspire others to his goal. He thd far'reaci
passage, he and his officers would,-read his followers alH. the ad reach
Passage, he and his' offic-rs caused South Can
made a pet.of a 14-year old negro newspaper accounts of life i,
b en of Si. Domingue and talked out a law requiring
by'the. name of Denmark who- .t men -to be Iinpri
seemed -unusually handsome, the need for .a .revolutioessels during t
drive the whites from Charles-
alert and intelligent. Denmark drive the whites from Carles- Port f t
was 'old in ,the Cape to a plant- ton. He would ote biblical ships. they cou
e !, te 'passages to prove that slavery '
er and the Captainthought he slaves. The Britis
ihad, seen the last of him. But itwas contrary to the laws f od immediately raise
didn'tt tprn out to b.b so: The andlikeed he American Nego
protest, charging
next. time he arrived- .in Saint to the Itraelitis who with ,law.was unfair tc
Domdngue the angry planter re- God help fled fro' ery eamen. Te Edi
tuid& Denmark to, the slave. under the Egyptians. claredunconstitui
de 1 claimiing he was subler? He promised that aid would eston Justice Wi
Sto pieptic fits (real of siniulat-( come from the Haitians if- the Ahd this caused i
ed. ,we'll never know). The South Carplina, slaves. would
yoth{" sl4de travelled all over rise, and -break their yoke.'
the i0irld. with His master, learn- Eventually, thousands of nrregros
-ing a number of languages and wereicarefully schooWed to 'take
-wh i; aptaini:; Vesey settled paia. in the uprising, gqns. and
doipn dn a' pantation near arnminition, were' accubulated-
Charleston, 'Ienmark settled and J.ul14, 1822 was set as the
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*leston to the
on ships cap-
bour. Where
go has never"
t researchers
'al was Haiti,
gedly received
action.
n was be'tray-
s put on the
leaders pf the
nmark Ver-y,
id -hanged -
the- names of
fellow, consli-
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seceed from the Union before'
backing down on her stand. .Tt
was one of the first clamou.- of
discords .leading to the Civil
War,
There, are great gaps in the'
personal history of the determi-n
ed ex-slave who started all the
uproar Dehmark Vesey. Ancd
it is believed that sdmew'here in
Haiti there may be old letters and:
other information to fit in the
pieces missing from his .biogri-'
*phical puzzle.' If any reader of
the Haiti. Sun- should hav.y,
such historical material, we,
would, appreciate .hearipg. from



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Attends Conference

'Mr. Raymond C. Smith, Diree-
tor of the United States of Ame-
rica' Operations Mission to Hal'-
ti le plane on J anuary12
*for Lma, Peru, where he wil
participate'- in a meeting of all
United States Oierations-Mis-
signs' Directors 'in Latin Amer-
ica. He will return to Haiti on
' January 21.
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." .%".%'1-" p-.- LUCIEN MONTAS -"-""'*'-"

L'dducation du people est & fair. On a
pu ces jours derniers toucher du dolgt cet Im-
p6ratif. Et ce sont les statues, cells de Des-
sa lines et de P6tion drigdes sur la Place des
H6ros de l'Ind6pendance qui en ont fourni 1'oc-
casion.
Dzus qu'elles furent montdes sur leurs socle;s.
alles attirbrent, chaque soir, au Champ de
Mars un grand nombre de curleux, presque
tous des gens du people, pour employer la terminologle cou-
rante.
Dans la plupart des cas, les gens du people ne peuvent pasn,
comme les gens appartenant a d'autres categories sociales, ca-
cher leurs sentiments profonds ou leurs opinions. Ils les ex-
primientau 6ontraire a haute voix. Et ces reflexions amusantes
traduisent un manque total d'6ducation artistique, une histoire
presque complete de l'hlstoire de ce pays. Evidemment on se
1'explique mais on ne peut pas s'em pcher, sur le moment, d'&
tre gagn6 par ]a tristesse.
La conclusion logique qui s'impose, c'est que l'4ducation du
/
people est A entreprendre.
II est bon que ces statues aient 4t6 4rig6es, sil, en dehors de
ce qu'elles traduisent, c'est a dire l'hommage de ]a Nation aux
P,&res de 'la Patrie et la n&cessit6 de perp6tuer leur m6molre,
elles susctent chez des etres frustres ]a fierte patriotique, le d&-
gsir d'accdder A la culture artistiqie, de -p6nitrer dans les ar-
canes de notre histoire.
Pourquoi ne profiterait-on pas de cette curiosity suscite
" par les statues de nos Hlros'de l'Ind4pendance, pour certain
soirs A leurs pieds, organiser des cours-confkrences vivpnts
naturellement et pointt du tout acad6miques sur la fulgurante
S.popee hbitienne et les grandes lignes de notre histoire.
S II y a IA quelque chose de concrete a] entreprendre. Et nous
S. Iverrions avec plaisir le D6partement de I'Education Nationale,
le Mus6e du Peuple Haitden, par exempte, prendre -en consid6ra-
'tidn cette suggestion, 1'6tudier, I'approfondir et tirer quelque
chose de constructif pouvant servir A 1'4ducation du people.
*;, 'I XXX
S.. .'ll est normal que des &tres frustres fastent des r4flexions
saugrenues A propos de telle ou telle statue on sera d'accord
avec nous pour reconnaitre que le fait est singullrement refi-
verdant, s'agissant d'individus qui ont passe sur les banes de
l'ecole et accumqld des parchemins. ils ne sont pas nombreux,
heureusement, ceux qui sont dans le casn.
Les commentaires sont plutot d6couraggants qu'ils font A
propos de tel ou' tel h6ros-de I'Ind6pendance national. Pour
eux, on pourrait dire que le meme imp.ratif demeure : leur 4du-
.:,..cation est A faire ou A refaire.
S Et s'agissant des Fondateurs de la Patrie, de ceux qui neus
orit donn6 la liberty, nous croyons devoir demander Ah ces gens-
)1 de ne pas nmler les gloires. de la Nation a leurs jeux mes-
-. quins, de ne pas les ramener A l'aune de leurs petits interets.



WHAT PRICE MODERNIZATION ?

Continued front Page 1 When I first came to H-iti.
-'the -monstrous iron reviewing
business district whose passing stand in the Champ de Mars,
only sentimentalists can regret with its C .ca-Cola sign rcTrrn,-
S, but rather those peaked half ing one unpleasantly of the dese-
timbered castles of-sheer invpen creation of America, had not yet
tion with their stately hi,,ei| appeared. and the great square
doors, and cuckoo-clock dor-:nri .had architectural revelations on
S. whose elegance and mystery all sides. By 1950, the ad.',rnce
anal obscure provenience havc guard of 'modernization. had
.'. been a source of infihite wonder already struck. Two of the,
,and delight to visiting art-lov- most miglcal landmarks of the
,., ers past had already gone under .,e


.HAITI SUN.


axe the jewel-like Hotel La
Gniet6 replaced by a convention-
al salt-box; the extraordinary
wooden facade of the Bellevue
like some geometrical Balinese
fan or an abstraction by M.n.n-
drian, reduced to the frigin
anonymity of Miami. More and
more, the picturesque habita-
tions built around the turn of
the century under the influ-
ence, some say, of the Paris
Colonial Expositions, whence the
Cambodian minarets of Mira-
goane and those roofs in the
outskirts of Petit Goave which
remind one of the Ming pavi-
lions at Peking are vanishing
from the Capital, foreboding.
one regrets to assume, the ultim-
ate face-lifting of the glories
of Jacmel and Jeremie as well.
Is it too late to save some-
thing? Is not this architecture,
unique in the world, as much a
national treasure as the Iron
Market or the ruins of Sans-
Souci or the Crown of Soulouque
[in its vault where few see it]?
It is not, to put it materialisti-
cally, a tourist asset of the
first magnitude, constituting.
along with the harbour, which
cannot be manhandled, and the
mountain background, whose
modest vegetation eventually
,covers the ugly scars of the
roadbuilders, one of the three
visual %attractions of Port au
Prince?

Obviously one cannot sa3T to a
citizen: leave your house as it
is, don't tear it down or remodel
it, don't glass&-in the porch,
don't fireproof or aircondition,
just leave it quaint and termite-
ridden-until one day it vanishes
in dust or smoke. On the other
hand, there must be a sensible
way of setting aside agains-t the
vagaries of taste a hundred or
so of the finest of such build-
ings, classifying them perhaps
as'.national monuments,, and
having the Government either
buy them outright or recom-
pense their owners in taking
[under expert supervision] the
necessary steps to preserve in-
definitely at least-.heir exterior
charm. Such a committee -
including, for example, the Min-
ister of Tourism, M. Pierre Chau
vet, M. Robert Baussan and M.
Albert Mangones, architects,
and a half dozen others could
draw up a list of such magnifi-
cent buildings as the Vieux
mansion in Lalue, the Excelsior,
Savoy and Mon Reve pensions
in the Champ de Mars, the set-
back villas along Bois Verna
and between that street and La-
lue, and the equally fine exam.


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pies in Turgeau and Peu de Cho
ses and draw up a feasible
plpn for their preservation to
present to the Government. If
it accomplished nothing else,
such a committee might serve
to impress upon some of the
owners themselves the artistic
value of their properties- and
make them think twice before
turning them into horrible re-
minders of the vulgarity of
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Mass For Late
Christophe Martin

A Mass will be sung Wednes-*
day, January 20th, at 6:30 a.m.
at St. Peter's Church in-Petion-'
ville, for the late Christophe L.
Martin, deceased last December
24th at the University College
in Kingston:



Crime Or Accident?

Under this title -Le Jour, in
its Thursday, January 14th is-
sue published the following :'A
long-boat of the Maison Nonce
Novella of Cap-Haitien sank Wed
inesday, December 30th while
heading for Le Borgne.
$3,000 worth of goods from
Maison Novella being delivered
to a 'commercants of Le Borgne
was lost in the wreck.
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'Jacqueline Martinto, daugh
of Mrs. Jacqueline Perez'saz
turned to Florida on the 14th
fish.


Mrs. Mari'e Therese Penzo
feted by family and friends
._ Jr her Pacot home Wednesday e'
a ing on the occasion of her bi
|.,'" day. ,

IMle Raymonde Solages, love- Mile Madeleine Tovar, daugh-
,ly daughter qf Mr. and Mrs. Leon ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond To- PAA's prize overweight
'Solages of Bazar Royal, walked var and Mr. William Savain ex- Nash returned Friday from N'
,down the aisle of St. Peter's changed the vows of holy mat- -York amid Paraphernalia -
Church last night at seven and rimony at St. Peter's church last eminence to his under water c
;bame the wife of Nessim Mour- Saturday. era. Phyllis is following
ra, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amador -:0:- three weeks.
I.' Mourra. A fashionable re- Herve Fouchard, Clovis Des-
?ception attended by all the Sy-, sources and Dieudonne Dauphin Mr and Mrs. William To
,rian colony, took place after the have gone to study in the States and sons, Richard, Dean
.ceremony at the residence of on Point IV scholarships. Geor- Jonathan have returned
,the bride's parents. ges Dalencour is now studying Camden,. New Jersey, after
-:0:- in Panama. ,month's stay with the Julius
SDr and Mrs. Martin Dreyfuss -:0:- mars in Bourdon.
rfare home after a long 'sejour, Last Saturday at 5:30 p.m. at -:0:-
i.in Puerto JRico. St. Anne's church Mile Lamercle Henry Hogarth and Jac
-:0:--. Michel wed Mr. Beaumanoir St.- Berne have goe to study
Mr. Richard' Forghan, new Di- Juste of the Council of Govern- the States.
rector of the Brasserie la Cour- ment., Matron of honour was -g:0:-
.ronnee sail boat enthusiast has Mlle Lisa Chicoye; bestman, -Mr. Arthur Hotak of essential
..returned to -Port with his wife -Delinois Celdstin, Secretary, Gen fame is back in our midst.
.and sons Earl, Ronald and Rich- eral of, the Council of Govern- :0:
I ard Jr. ment. After .the ceremony a re- Abe and Betty Riddle ga
.- ... _-:0:- ception attended by the staff of farewell party at their
": M6- Yolande Devieux, daugh- the Secretariat General of' the Joli home Friday evening foi
";-er of Mr. and Mrs. Carrie De- Couneil ,.of Government took Joseph Wubbold leaving
-.week fot a, newappointner
.i ,leux, promised to bonour and place athe.reidenceof,Mr. and week for a newappoinmer
.obey Jean Lanrfoue, gon of Mme Mrs. Remusat'Thebaud ,in Che- Nicaragua. gr. Riddle rep]
-'d:,vve Henri Lanoue, last evening min des Dalles.bold here as Eso
* :at 6:30 in the ,acre Coeur de .-:0:- ager: The party, a song and
,Turgeau. tFiances, are Mile Marie sant featured guitarist
Kroll and Argentine Amb
Louisette Scutt and agronomist Ko and Argentine Amb
--:0:- Franck Carnot.
Frantz. Louis, Liliane and Si- -:0:- -:0:-
mone Jean-Baptiste flew to Car- Mile Ritha Dorsainville has 'Highroad to Adventures E
'acas this week via Havana. returned from specializing in Cave arrived from Rhode Is
-:0:- nursing in Montreal. Friday 2 p.m. and seeped d
Engineer Cavour Delatour ar- to Jeremie Saturday a.m.
: ived home from Caracas last -:0:- -:0:-
Sweek. G. erard Dumont, son of Mr. Mrs. Josette Shebank over i
-:0:- and Mrs. Andre Dumont, flies 10 Switzerland visiting her
Mile Yvette Cantave wed Mr. Montreal today to resume his du- tives observes her birthday
.Hubert Gardere in oSnaives De- ties. morrow.
cember 22nd. -:0:- -:-
I -:0:- Lovely Helga Tippenhauer. Harrison HobiUzelle Jr.
S .toral candidate in English
.Mr. Raoul Hector, Director ot daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric
the Office of Workers' Cities, re- Tippenhauer, will walk down Columbia University. is her
turned to Porf yesterday from a the aisle of the Palace chapel his first visit at the Villa Cr'
'three-month study tour of Eu- Saturday, January 30th at 7 Keenly interested in relief
rope. p.m. and become the wife of rehabilitation Mr Hoblitzell
Leslie Boga going the rounds with CAl
S* -:0:--" special agent Samuel Ziskir

\ AT / T ;he Robert Orchards and dog -:0:-
Frere have returned after an ab- Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Eug
sence of six years with 3,000 feet de Lespinasse and daughter
of colour films to cover three lette returned from visiting
S'weeks vacation. States Wednesday.







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Mr. Roger Boucard, President
of the Chamber of Commerce,
gave a luncheon at Hotel Chou-
coune noon Monday for visiting
Detroit industrialists Mr. and
Mrs. Jamie Edgar and Mr. and
Mrs. James Herrington. The
VIP's well known in Haiti were
here for the day returning to
New York on the S.S. Cristobal
from a week on the Isthmus.


Tuesday Mrs. Louis Dejoie ob-
served -her birthday anniver-
sary.
--:0:--
Ernesto and Soledad Esguerra
Serrano over from Colombia on-
vacation were introduced to
the local social cercle- along
with Jainle presently attending
the Haitian Military Academy, at
a buffet dansant. at the Colom-
bian Embassy Thursday night.
-:0:--
Mile Jeanine Kernisan, daugh-
ter of ex-und'er Secretary of
State of Agriculture and Mrs.
Jean Kernisan will exchange the
vows'of holy matrimony with Mr
Anatole Innocent, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Annacius Innocent, Sat
urday, January 30th at 6:3Q p.m.
at St. Gerard's Church.
-:0:-
The "Sewing* circle offered a
7 to 9 reception at the Riviera
hotel Thursday night in honour
of departing Mrs. Cantuaria Gui-
maraes, wife of the Brazilian
Ambassador.
-:0:--
Daniel Magloire, son of Mr.
Auguste Magloire,' flew to the
States this week to study archi-
tecture at Lancaster University,
Pensylvania. ,
-:0:--
Mr. Elize Hough Curtis is
spending a few days in Port
prior to taking up his duties as
new U.S. Consul in Cap-Haitien.
-:0:-
Mr. and Mrs. Emile Hakime
have returned from Havana.
--:0:-
Mile Nicole Mallebranche,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
mand Mall.ebranche, and engin-
eer Gerard Fombrun', son ,of
Senator and Mrs. Charles Foni-
brun, will be joined in holy
matrimony Saturday, January
30th at the Sacre Coeur church
of Turgeau.

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Gerard Allen and Jacques Mar-
tin of Sofaco are in the States
on business.
-:0:-
Mile Anne-Marie Olivier will
wed Mr. Serge Laudun next Sat-
urday at 6:30 p.m. at the Sacre


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cover 'girl.


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Paulette St. Lot is over .fom
Spain vacationing, with the-fam-


-:0:-


The Emmanuel Elie family
was graced with the arrival- of
Daniel. The blessed event tbok
place Monday. Ma is the for-
med Marie-Therese Roy.

--:0:-
The stork paid a visit to the,
Franck Celas household Wednes-
day January 6th and delivered
lovely Marie Kettly. Ma is the
former Elisabeth Carlson.
-:0:-
Monday the stork delivered
Adrien Junior, the second addi-
tion to the Adrien Castera house
hold. Baby weighs 8 1/2 pounds.


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Coeur de Turgeaun church. .-
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Mrs. Victor Aybar was made
guest of honour at a musical',
*dansant- at/her home Monday
evening on the occasion of her i
birthday anniversary. The sur-
pris6 party was organized .y
husband Victor and a multitude
of friends. "
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Mr. Luis Canulli, press agent of',
the Argentine Embassy; flew in -.'.j.Y
from a pleaure',trip to. Havana
Wednesday to join tlie .happy
throng.
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Senator David McLaughlin
and family from, Hagerstown,
Maryland, are stopping with Am-..
* bassador and Mrs. Roy Tascoq ,'
Davis, in Bourdon.' Rosabelle'
Urner is accompanying the par-
ty.
-:0:- ="
Eggie Vincent is- accompany- ''
ing Jane Eddy home to New. ':.
Jersey today on,.the Panaam.a
Line. The girls will be back for r
-mardi gras.
-:0:-

Leslie Brandt returned on the
S.S. Panama 'yesterday "from
spending a holiday season With
his family in Canada.
-0:.,
Jean Reid, known to the stage.
as Jean Kahorsky, wife of Scot-.
tish Poet and dramatist A'lastiir
Reid presently teaching litera-
ture in N. Y., is a house guest
of the Rodmans. Jean is forging :
into the hinterlands on drum
waves studying folklore r em- .
phasis on the dance. Jean, in-
cidentally, is the former Look..


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-HAITI SUN.


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both her fortitude and poise.
It was her amazing voice, how
ever, and not her remarkable
courage, that brought New
York's jaded critics to their feet.
Wrote one simply, IMarian An-
derson has returned home one
of the great singers of our
time.-


]Borri in. Philadelphia, Pennsyl-
- *
van(a df poor parents, Marian
has never forgotten her birth-
place or the neighbours and
friends who-took up a collection'
so that she night develop her
great, talent, discovered when
tshe joined a church choir. Her
.mother washed other Ipeople's
S'clothes so that her daughter
Might train her voice. Today
Miss Anderson's mother lives on
the "game small 'street -in t"he
same home where she raised
er. three "children. Only now
:. she .never has to6 worry about
'the. rent, Marian bought the
.'>. house and, an adjoining build-
ing for the' person who sac-
''-.,riticed so much-for her future.
*. 'She herself lives sirrmply be-
tween her arduous concert tours
with 'her .husband, New York
architect- Orpheus fisher, in
t he home in Northeastern Con
i .'.nedtidut. In' spite of her reqog-
:' nation as one of the-gtreatest mu-
Sical phenomena of all time, she
never stops working on the exer
Scises which keep at perfection
,pith: her -tivo voices one a
:-. supple brilliant powerful sopra-
^ no, and the other, a contralto so-
ep', that it sounds like the mel-
low tone of a beautiful organ.

f:,, iiaui started her musical
studies at six with a violin and
becausee she had no piano, would
r decopany herself by singing
.pophlar"airs a2d church tunes.
At, .she joined the adult choir
at, her 'neighbourhood Baptist
Church, asLounding the congre-
;.gatiofl by het" ability to switch
rr lI soprano, tenor to contral-
q -and even 'bass. When friends
Signally brought her before the
celebrated voice teacher Giusep-
'pe Bochetti she -sanig the spi-
ritual 'b"Deep River with such-








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magnificence that the Professor
was overcome with emotion and
asked her to become his pupil.
At 18, Marian appeared as solo-
ist at the vast Lewisohn Stadium
in' New York accompanied by
the' Philharmonic Orthestra. The
Rosenwald Foundation eagerly
offered her a scholarship to stu-
dy four years in Europe. Before
she returned home, she had
sung before most of the crowned
heads of the Continent and been
hailed by Toscanini as the pos-
sessor of a voice that appears


- only once in 100 years.
/
Here in Haiti, music lovers
first had the privilege of listen-
ing to their beloved congenere
in 1950 when she appeared at,
the Theatre de Verdure during
the Exposition: At ,that .time,
Marian was decorated with the
National Order of Honor and Me-
rit. Today we can tlihhlk of no
more appropriate backdrop for
the appearance of the noted
singer than the Palais Sans Sou-
ci where King Henri Christophe
had-once dreamed his dreams of
j
building a new and great Negro
culture. Who other than Marian
Anderson could be a better ex-
ample of the artistic potentiali-
tiessof her vast race.


DISPATCH FROM
HOLLYWOOD
by Betty Scheyer
Haiti .was recognized in sev-
eral ways in the ushering in of
the New Year, first of all in the
Tournament of Roses Parade'
with a colourful float .of the
Citadel, which Wonf a high hon-
our. Then on the- radio, one
day later, Le Roi ,ntoine, wias
an invited guest on :Bolero
Times a regular programme, to-
give a Haitian ,repertoire of
I
folklore and music to honour
Haiti's 150th year of Indepen-
dence. He was also interview-
ed by Stanley Lindo, consul of
Haiti, here in Los Angeles.
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'Personality Of The Week
(Continued from Page 1) -


And on@'*eek later Mr. Lihdo
was also'doing his bit on an-
other -important programme, of
similar observance in Plummer
PArk- in Hollywood when he
made'a.speech and introduced
Dr. Glen Lukens whose exhibi-
tion of ceramics made'by native
Haitians was' of interest, toge-
ther with Ohotos of other handi-
crafts and work in 'progress. Dr.
Lukens, .a well -known teacher
of inter-relations of the races,
was well qualified to speak, hav-
ing been a friend of Haiti for
many years, and recently a tech-
nical assistant in-Haiti on a
programme sponsored by the
United Nations and the Haitian


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Beachcraft Continued
Trip To Miami With
Both Generators Out.

Thursday afternoon a twin-
engine Beachcraft 'parcel post
carrier from Ciudad Bolivar,
Venezuela, was forced down
here with both generators out.
The aircraft belonging to -Aero-
actividades Venezolanas S.A. was
piloted by ex-U.S. Army B-24
pilot Irvin Banta of Los Angeles
and Humberto Cazar of Veng-
zuela. After fruitless attempts to
fix the generators with the as-
sistance of PAA mechanics at
Bowen Field, the aircraft con-
tinued its flight ,to Miami Friday
8:30 am. They are reported as
arrTiving without mishap.
----

100 Sinall Aircraft
Due Here
100 small airplanes piloted by
Americans will reportedly call-
to Port au Prince soon. The' 100
fliers recently attended the
Miami. Havana conference in
Cuba under the auspices of the
Cuban Institute. of Tourism."
-,


Mr.- Murray Knobel,' .new THE FIST ',
President of the HATODCO [Hai' ,Addin. Mch-a es
tian Aierican Tobatco. Develop- Calc "."ineg, Machin s
-ment Company] returned- last.? Cash Begisiis
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government. This was thie first"
.of such *observances in our city, THE NATINA CASH
and with the inteierst of ihe REGISTERCO .
;Pt-3A.ent ai
community awakened, a will- Agent ait : :
be hdped. that' it Will cohitinue. LOUS D R & SONS
as an aintial event. .
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Continued from Page 1
TO GENERAL ANTOINE LEVELT, CHIEF OF STAFF OF
THE HAITIAN ARMY,
HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY OF HAITI,
PORT-AU-PRINCE.
Monsieur le General :
The League for the Defense of Civil Liberties, an Association
which functions in entire legality and a copy of whose Consti-
tution has been sent to the Department of the Interior, is as-
tonished to learn that most of its members have been arbitrarily
arrested. The supreme law of the Republic having established
the procedure in the matter of arrest, we do not understand
how the homes of our fellow citizen members of the League
could have been violated during the night of the 6th to 7th
January. Also we ask, in favour of the members of the League,
victims of illegal arrest, the intervention of the Chief of Staff of
the Army of Haiti which according to the Constitution must
guarantee the rights of the people.
S Please, General accept the assurance of our high regard,
[Signed] Dr. Marcel Herard,
President, League for the Defense of Civil Liberties..
COMMERCE DEMONSTRATES SUPPORT
S, 10:00 a.m. Thursday morning Port-au-Prince commerce and
industry closed down and businessmen and their employees con-
verged on the Palace. Rallying together on the Palace' lawn, they
acclaimed President Magloire and his canyon fer, policy. Com-
mercant Clement Frangois spoke from a sound truck expressing
t. he indefectible feelings of the commerce and industry to the
President for his policy. As 'foulard, wearing atrieuses de '
cafes sang *Paul Magloire, campers the President descended from
the balcony to the Palace steps, joined the throng, and in colour-
ful Creole told the assembled thousands: *In 1946 I was but a
,, major, and I could repress them; in 1950 I put op my canyonn
fers [iron pants]; and now I am obliged to wear once more my
Sron pants to repress some vagabonds.,
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES REAFFIRM LOYALTY
Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock the Palace lawn was a seething.
mass of government employees, political and social groups who
assembled to reaffirm their loyalty and collaboration to Presi-
dent jagloire. Mr. Marcel Sylvain, Secretary -General of the In
.. Department of Commerce, spoke on behalf of the manifesters nu
,"' and pointed out the- meaning of the manifestation. President dt
;. Magloire from the Palace steps beside a huge oil painting of self ri
ti, .1' in General's utifform thanked tie manifesters for, their collabo- m
S ..ration. and in concluding his speech said: It is through the ef- m
ficlent and honest collaboration of you all anid each of you parti-
larly, that I keep being mindful of our problems with a view'
to making our country inore beautiful and more prosperous., K
? After -shaking hands with the heads of the various government g
.. .depar.lents the President expressed his wish to shake hands
Kri'S :with the assembled thousands. '5.45 the handshaking drew to a of
close owing to darkness and -the pressing duties of the Chief of te
; t:.: ate.. ,


S adillac Visitors Victim ers of the occupants of'the car.
Of Snatch Thief
n, Nnued from Page 1 The. Diaz family spent a hec- ax
.. tic extra 24 hours in. Port au
In that eight minutes, in the Prince arranging papers with po- in
S.busiest 'sector of the city, a thief lice and immigration to return
went unnoticed to the back seat to the Dominican Republic.
S of the,Cadillac and walked away Senor Diaz is head of a large Ri
with a fine leather valise con- trucking concern in the Domini-
S gaining a movie and still camera can Republic hnd -a taxi business Cc
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cHAITI SUN,


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/ Luncheon Dinner Dancing Daily


Mile' Florence Lebon at her
first birthday party, [October].
Papa Marc Lebon has insured
her future with'a Sun Life pol-
cy.


rn her Easter bonnet is 20-
months old. Barbara Siegel, -
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frede-
c Siegel of ruelle Jeremie. Her
ether is former 'Carmita CGer-
ain.


iddy Photo Contest
continues
Keep sending in your photos
f the kids under five. The con
st'closes Janfiary,31st and. the
inning kids will receive prizes
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id'Quaker Oats];.Canape Vert.
a Belle Creole, the Haiti Trad
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returned
Agronomist and Mrs Rodini
)nte returned Wednesday from
mission abroad,


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