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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:
October 29, 1950

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:
AA00015023:00315

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THEHAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
O ME' Port-au-Prince _- IOI'ED'HITi Tel.: 2061SUNOIAY OEMBE-R219-154 7o,

............PRESIDENT TUBMAN ENDS

W' j ~j3-DAY STATE VISIT,


tcellency. Presiuit Paul M .:o e, .3 '32li re, and 'ibina's Presid n[ Willai:- V :eria-at S i]jrah Tub-
,the -iberian Embassy on the eve of President Tubrran's departure.


JEAI BAP7ISTE KILLED IN
AFTER-PARTY AUTO CRASH
Arnold Jn.,Baptiste (T17) of at St-Frangois de Salles, and
Jer-mie died in hospital Sun- is now respiring normally'
jay frota injuries received without the aid of O-ygeni
when Michel Beauvoir's car feeding. The ether two passen
crashed into a Carrefour al- gers in the car also are recover
mond tree returning from jng from injuries: Robert Caw-
*Vodou Clubs 1:00 a. m. Sun- hey is on a liquid di't .o1 hL
day. next six week's until his frac-
,Michel Beauvoir who receiv- tured jaw-bone hcaLs and Ray-
ed five broken ribs in t? mond Milford was discharged
crash, is making fine progress from the hospital after receiv-
ing treatment for a badly bruis
ed mouth.
NAN MAPOU STILL The lads had been having a
NEEDS HELP farewell party for Jn-Baptlste

Nan Mapou siUl is in a vcr, who was to leave Monday fo:-
...,........ e nr,,,, r. iT.,, the State wi lh his mother.


President William Vaccir,.-
rat Shadrach Tubman of Libe
ria ended hi, three-day state
visit to Haiti Thursday, even-
i n g steaming to .Timaice
aboard the fMS &Superb,. The
historic visit, whlice-irked the
first meeting of t:ChIe's of
State of the oAy Negro Repu-
blics, was. made the occasion
'for national celebratUon.


On arrival in H.Iti Tuesday
7:00 a m President Tubm&n and
accompanying Liberian V. I.
Ps were welcomed it Qumi
Chrlstophe Colomb by P'eO.--
. dent Magloire. Cabinet .M1xi5-
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terms, Army officers and Co-ern-
ment officials. With his landing
/
a carefully synchronrise pro
gramme was set in motirA.
Preceded by a .siren-waii!lig
motor-cycle escort, the auto-
cade wdund through the capi
tal's streets to the Chamnps-de-
Mars where the visiting Presi-
dent took the salute fram an
Armde d'Haiti batallion and
inspected the ceremoni-lly uni
formed troops. Fort National
cannoned a twenty-one mun sn-
lute.
After the parade, the Liwo
presidents motored to the Fo-


'reign Minister's home in iPa-'
cot President Tubman'i re-
,sidence whild in.Haiti.
Back at the Palace, President"
Magloire received a "noon tide
visit from the Liberian. Chief
of State who presented him
with a handsome gold-heaied
cane. President Tubman met
the ,Diplomatic Chiefs after his
audience with President Ma
(Continued on Page 4)

Pharmacy Fire
Quelled- Loss
Kept' Low
New spray nozzles imported
"for the Fire Department in Au
f 'n't -conquered a fire at Plihr-
7nacy Valmn Thursday night.
keeping damages to a mini-
mum.
The fire. caused by an elec-
tric stove left turned on dur-
ing the black-out and not turn
ed off again, was discovered at
11:10 p m by Fire.Chief Geor-
(Continvued on Page 14)

HAZF'. IS hNOT OVER
Dr. touls Roy's press conference Fri-
day will appear in an illustrated form
next we2k.
JUSTICE

Two confessed murderers were freed
this week by jiries.. Coverage of these
trials will appear next issue (owing to
shortage of space).


The Michel Beauvoir car after its crash into the Carrefour almond tree-Arnold Jn-
Baptiste sitting in 'the back received head injuries died shortly after transporta-
tion to the General Hospital.


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cRHAIfT SUNip


Haitian Women Municipal Candidates


By I.S.L

Without a doubL I.3 LiguL
Feminine d"Action Sociale .s
one of the most efficient orga-
nizations in Latin America. and
.proved it last week by skillful-
ly launching its tick;L of three
prize candidates hand-picked
from its own ranks. Confident
of their success in capturing
the Port-au-Prince Mayorship
when Haitian women go to" the
polls for the first time in the
history of the Republic,, they
came forward with a vote-get-
ting platform: 1) Maintenan-e
of the streets and markets; 2)
Protection of Children; 31 Or-
ganization of LTabo), S i ir n g
food for thought to public opi-
ni 07.

The choice of Mrs. Leonie
Coicou-Madiou for the post 'uf
Mayor; Miss Lydia Occide
Jeanty and Mrs. Maude Hudi-
court-Desvarieux for hr" two
Assessors, indicates rare con-
ception and applied psycholo-
gy on the part of the League
members. The thee t0l?:;t2d.
and distinguished women stand
high in the ..rmy of feminine
educators and social service
workers of the country, enjoy-
ing personal popularity which
is considered 4n asset to the
cause.
Mrs Madiou has the distinc-
tion of. being the daughter of
Massillon Coicou. pne-time Hai
tian Ambassador to Paris, a
name which rings a bell when-


ever great poetry is mention-
ed. She is also a talented dramn
tic artiste. With a 30-year tea-
chers' career in the public
schools of the capital 1o her
credit, added to herwell-known
patriotism and love of her
people, the fiery little orator
expects to reach her goal.
Miss Jeanty' also bea's a
name that has a meaning for
all the people of Haiti. She is
the daughter of 'famous compos
er-musician 'Occide Jeanty. She
is a car*er-schoolteacher and
actually Principal of. College
Darguessaie Lespinasse. She
has traveller eg-tensIvely in the
United States and Europe, re-
presentihg her country at inter
natlonrial corfabs on education
and social worLJ
Mrs. A.yarieux the Senior
ki
-nemb'e a family of-'educa-
tors occu-ies.'n enviable place
among the leading 'institutors'
of Haiti. She is the founder and
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directrice of l'EcFole Nouvelle a
private establishment for the
past 23 years and has made i
precious contribution to the
scholastic formation of the
youth of Port au PEince's lead-
ing families. Her work "served
as an inspiration to her two
younger sisters and her daugh-
ter who followed he: example
Into the domain of higher edu
cation, to .which she has cons4
created 30 years.
Waging a long and ted.L us
battle over the past twetv-
ybars -for the political .m,.Lci
patidn- of 1he Haitian woman,,


.l I .La Ligue Femlnie's ;.-iIAtM

supreme, but a note of .
ILd .ge Feminine, wic i :A. ses inviting distinguished for- is.. struck today, for Ali,
,lliary branches es... ...- eign leaders to .visit Hdu t? .,.dUte defensiur 4;.:fA

throughouL the provinces of" c0ac them. In preparation fbt,, hhem affectionately kn*?
the Republic, h a s paim,.-y thIe big day. Effective prel.i, .La flew, will ..fo.l 6 d:.
worked. Urging ".self-imp.'ove/-, nary work was undertiken,'ot seethe croawning .a
meant through higher eu,:a- trips were made regularly to time f effo6r bn"-il,.-
tion for women, and prot-i.tn e.,provinces; and ap r -' o'er day. Just before ht'.
of children. XWheri Presi.lent the radio : cWome., .>" i-'aiti. away, on Oct9ber 30, 1 fi
Magloire's progressive Govern the hour of your political eman whispered ; with her 1a
ment .flcreed four yeA.'s- ago cipation has sounded. Prepare breath: aWe will win...
that wiobmen would be g-'en yourselves to meet the test and Chef me l'a promise (Pr
the vote. in municipal a ffrs" prove that you a:'e re-Ady,. Magloire). Je desire quel9
in 1955 ,4ey *Ie* that they. Skepticism 'from doubting 0 oft les femmes haitiennM
had' wdn atard victory at ';.s- Thomases left the women ea- rbnt pour la premiere foisi
'but there was still much .-) Lc ders unabashed, and those who delHgation vienne deposir
-. -- -. -.. .- -i....r ,waer troatoed with i,.- fleurs sur ma tombe.


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For Ist Im
dulgence. Unrelenting, theb
twined their ship into-
Surprising those who tho'
they would be content tos!
ly cast their votes, the Lea
fearlessly entered the eleet
:, battle, its colors flying hi.:
SLast week, the Haitian P
S had the opportunity of r,
.: ing visits from the pos
i" future governors of the car
S;.: city, and we had the 'honoi
*'0'. a 30 minute exchange of
'.,, with the distinguished c
~': dates. One can' only mrdii
,',!,. the confidence and op
: ;- combined in this trio repr'
S'- ling the persievranm! dt.4
Inkl .by Mss dern Haitian womdiidMIf
, fr 6 In, f 01h.


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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21

U. S. Ambassador returns
after acquainting 0. G.
with conditions in
Post-Hazel Haiti

U. S. Ambassador Roy Tas,:J
Davis arrived by plane Satur.
S day from three weeks in Was
hilngton where he acquai,-te,
his Government with concdi-
tions in Post Hazel Haiti.
The Amnbassador was instra'.'d-
mental in acquiring the $350.
000 worth of seeds and light
agricultural tools from FOA to
*
permit replanting of destroyed
crops and enable Haiti to stave
off threatening hunger in the
coming year. This is in addi-
tion to the 10.000 tons donation
of food. Ambassador Davis alsb


helped to get from the Ameri- is necessary to act decisively
canRed'Cross 12.500 pe to avoid.a carataisis"
] fokr hool-children and .5Q .He whe ,, ,-
ito ,various : ,:bhoo1i LX W .
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M rs ,$V L i be. ,di tr -o s resident
. ... .'\.'"-4.$ -
...* w.s ..oited off the.re-
7-
b:D'ring thdl4x.assad.sp :rd) "tha( he cfdhft want' to
or at,,hteri -have seeds rotting in the store
i nu r e S t a t eh i "S -d- g ,h. .
Mrs Robilrt Laverne L We. had houses. He wanted action and
a new arrival in the family, intended to get action!




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making him grandfather f o r
the fourth time.
Now in their residence here
at Bourddn with the Davis' is
two-year-old Todd Lowe, bro-
ther to the latest addition.
The Ambassador, reflecting
the strain of Washington, wias
in high spirits this week as ne
attended the numerous fetes in
honor of visiting Liberian Pre
sident Tubman.

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TALK AT DAMIENS
UILIiii d.,UCU, sail naiL he UL u
uoL want tO esee the agrono-
mists; seated .oomiortably ,'
arim-chairs behind their desks.
especially at this time when ii.


The thrill-packed. keenly Lon' / mw
tested match was watched by j 14
4000 kept on their feer cheer- : FLY K M TO
ing r i 1 I a n t coups, the AI
excitement of 'the cor.test was .
only marred by, the fr-iqi:enuv. Low Thrift SMmon fares now in effect
W* Doe Laze ffigiht with SleepAiracconamda sau
with which the -ball was Kick- Econonical Tourist Clss aervice
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For full INformation see: z
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Bacardi's goalkeeper, former CO. Tel. 2352 SoulhulndTours,
Tel. 3591./73781 Heraux Tours, Tel.
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year's choice.
The Bacardi boys play like a
team, showing none of -hlit




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'HAITI SUN.

VICTORY.- BACABDI
DRAW IN HARD-FOUGHT
BATTLE

Faidhenbe Mews' sLpern goa!-
keeping saved Victory -'ruin de-
feat At Baccardi's hands ii, the
League A opener Friday night
at Stade Magloire.
The 0-0 score finally tdrnerl
in does little justice to BacarJi
who kept Victory in its own
half most of the gamo. Time
and again sharp-shooting Bacar
di Center Forwai'd T;ybul or
Inside Left Barozy b -o k e
through to despatch stingers
at t h er impregn able Victory
goalkeeper.


A/ cent mile
Auix cent mille A


Carlos
Cariicrafl
Champagna's
Geo Deslandes
Haitian Gift Shop
Sacquelline
Jeanne's
La Perle des Antille
La Belle Cre6ole

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rlicles : iifts of all kinds Maison Orienlale French PerfumesS
Ounga Doll Dresses Souve
Haitian handicraft Uuvroir Nationale Embroidery Ha
Mahogany Sisal Maxim'S Handicraft Toi
Perfumes- Mahogany Meinberg Bros. Mahogany-Sisal
Mahogany Factory Samba Sisal & Mahogany
Mahogany Handicraft Rhum Barbancourt Embroidered dress
Embroidered dressed souvenirs La Shop Haiti's finest run
Dresses- Souvenirs I Si-Jou-La Dresses- Haiti
aPerfumes Sisal, etc... Tam Tam Mahogany S
Tourist shopping center Souvenir Shop Perfumes ve
The Souvenir Shop

L One Price Policy
2 Prices plainly marked on each item

3. Fully itemized sales slip given without request

Rhum Barbancourt available at these shops'


- Oriental novelties
lnirs .
ndicraft '
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duvenirs
welry


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rough and ready improvisation
that marked their last pe.Vfor.
mance. Bouquets for their pc-
lish should be addressed to Cin-
cinatus Lafleur an ex-Internmi-
tional w h o s e 15 footbal-
ing years have given him tlhe
know-how it took to weld the
team.

Referee Lumarc did a finn
job and the linesmen showed
commendable vigilance.


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RACING BOWS TO "
AIGLE-NOIR AGAIN .
As the .Suna went to press, :.,
Racing lined up against Aigle. .
Noir at Stade Magloire In the '
second League A game of the '"
season.
Racing who has never beaten,
opponent, has greatly
improved lately while Aigle- .
Noir has fallen off. A keen ."
struggle ended in a 1-0 Aigle
Noir win. .
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PRESIDENT TUBMAN ENDS

S3-DAY STATE VISIT

.., (Contlnued from paOL 1) logy and progress. I sincerely
..., .believe we have many cxpe-
gloire. riences whichcan be profitably
A full afternoon was hign- shared and' general oUlt]Mral in
.:. lighted by pilgrimages Yo the terests which can be mutually
statues of the Heroes of Hal- developed.'
tian Independence (where tl'e He then referred to the W
L i b e r I a n President lad years of.' diplomatic relations
'.'. wreaths), a visit from PIiti- (in varying degrees) between
et det. Magtoire to Presiden.. Haiti. and Liberia, b6ping that
T. ubman, and a reception at. the modern trend. datingg from
;. the newly renovated City. IF.ll 1952 when diplomatic represent
given by Councilmen Edmond tatives.wer.e .first exchanged.)
' telcis, 4 Auuste Desert and 1 wi. l l, orrte en mo" p,'
te~l uteDee t e become4-qv.en more Pvc,
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,.. ral Sylvaim, The vidg t : e nounied "
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: '": sidednt was given the keyn. to rt, is our since-et prayert
if' the citxt'NoQau Price-'1and. resident Tubman said -that
h ae ashoO\s!ech. 'o orr visit wi ll, givejresh impv-
', L9 ou "v.. i-s"'It ,- ..
.: .The firskday of the visit ui,s tu ahd serve asfca, binding for
.-, roto.tdm ut by a 'mai'..!t tQ, meantt more closely and
I. Pq.ice" banquet ab. 1 ll ': engien more firrply this
S glitter, formality- and, diploma-, loia tradition of frie idship mu
:.tic elegance. Pr'&sident Tubm-r ta'aflgton. and esteem.
S.from the banquet: table; express. The visting- president ended
4,4 edthis own and his, country's a
aure pt receiv.n elti an appeal to Haiti and
.. ,. pleasure at receiv~nF Ut heLberia to- -joir in s b cos
-' t- uoib bands across
? ,,."H[a, -a n, intitatfon. He ..
a. 3 a nthe sea In the diligent search
g,..P pointed out that the path Hal- or. peace adi he dient
Sti-. had beaten as, the worlds' .mar of progress. ,
oldest Negro republic was .'that
,. along which Liberia had set 10000 DONATION
S her course. Declaring Liberia Wednesday'S packed schedule
S Was deeply sympathetic in':our opened:With, a military parade
%: recentt disaster, the preas!.ent on the' square of the Heroes
|.: calledd Haiti's struggle to win of -tht..Independence. included
I..'.- 'aend retain. independencp. .lie a press conrf&ence at Pacot (10
'i- praised 'highly the heroirm'of a m) and an out'6f town excur
xjS<' .,. our people through the eariv sion, and. wound up with a
$ :... times of cisis. 'Commending gala reception at Cabane Chou
i the progressive course t hi e coune which brought in Thu.'s
r";: people and Government are day.
nc ow following, the Liberan pre At the Choucoune ball, Presi
4,, r .dent said. : -. dent Tubman renewed his exq
s, ..'6 *We in Liberia are also strivinA pressions of sympathy at Ha-
.. .to build and welt & unified anu zel's destruction, announcing a
1, "plete]y irtegrated nation, donation' of $10.000 to help the
We, also are seeilwi- ta bring victims.
."1o) our people the real benefits The morning press conference
V = ,,-. T h e m o r n i n g p r e s c n e e
,.V S. '
i't A Ad blessings qf modei
f ddilesslngs foe.nthno ce also showed the Liberian
'" un OA r- president's affection for Haiti.
i uur. P 'EN ALL Speaking through an interpr,-
.:.. ter, he told local reporters he
'-,_.. was .most favorably impress-
ed with t h e progresss being
made here,, and thathe liked
Sthe robust, healthy appeira,ice
t . d of the people. The president
__ also praised the ,progressive
Spirit of the/government and
its interest In the welfare of
the people,, mentioning the,
housing projects -,he had visit-
I A"2' C goCattco ed. The army too won his prai-
--. Tse. 'They look real' he remark-
3 pten^ x ed .not like tin soldiers'.
,* . Asked what he thought was
Distributor: the mission of Liberia and Hai-
... .'. : Joseph NmamI and CO., t in the world. President Tub-'



man said he believed the two
I.'.
countries are : -exponents of
the coloured race's independent
ce and self government.

'As time goes by 'he con-
cluded' these countries wuil 'e
regarded more and more as
beacons of hope to the other
coloured peoples of the world.,

VISIT'S END

At 9:45 Thursday morning
the Liberian president and his
suite visited the Aciademie Mi
litaire, and toured industrial
works (in which he showed
special interest because moqt
are applicable under conditions
In Liberia).
General LeveltUs Ibo.L e 1 e
.luncheon lasted till OO4:00 p m
when the visitors motored
down to the Liberian embassy
where Ambassador and Mrs.
George Brewer staged a fete
in honour of Haitlan4Liberian
friendship.

President Tubman t h e ni.
toasted Mine. Magloire for hu-
manitarlan contributions to the
people of her country, decorpt-


A soivenlr album of photo-
graphs of the visit was present
ed to President Tubman (in-
cluding one taken fifteen mi-
nutes before at the Liberian
Embassy reception) and at pre
cisely 7:00 p m President Ma-
gloire accompanied his guest
to the waiting lauch and he:ar-
ty good-byes were exchanged.
As the president stepped
aboard the boat, a hard-work-
ing photographer craned for-
ward for a shot and ended up
in the bay. Laughter was gene
ral when It was established . .
ral when it was established


SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21.'.,,:,

that ,it was not the Liberlh'i-:.
presidept who had fallen' 11 '.
the sea.

RETURN.

President Tubman will re-..
turn to his homeland aiter a
two-week Jamaica visit end-'.
ing the tour that took him
through the principal cities of'
the U S picking up horiorary-
degress, occupying a Wh'Pi"'
House guest chamber, and "visi
ting Georgia the home of 'nip
ancestors.


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Presidqpt,TuimaqLt laying a wreaflth on the tombs of haitiap heroes' ,during hiSmthreel


ing her with the highest Lib u- stata visit .- .. .:
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rian-order for women : cHu- .. ,
mane order of Afican redemp- --- '- tt "-
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ing, Chief of State left the.. re- *" .-
ception for the wharf wher:eA NY Iiu .,
the *Superb's' launch aiait .
ed. Troops, smartly turned out complete range of American drugs and medicmes.
in full technicolour came. to a Order by phone at any time of. day or night .
snappy 'present arms' ap:heir No. : 3171- from 7:30 a. m. to 6:00 p. m.-
Excellencies hove. into-'view- N- N. : 2805-at any other lime--.,-- .
and the Palace Band defied the :2 -.5 o t h .'. "te"
downour with a-rousing ren- PHAR ACIE CENTRALE"
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edition of.-the Liberian National .
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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21 -HAITI SUN.


International Club de Commerce Observes First Birthday at Riviera
The first anniversary dinner Pirc na rln l,,,n nniuvsIrv -
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of the Club International dre .L Jtia1 J.L lI.a IJI
Elected to replace Mr. Jar
Commerce, held last Saturday Eee t ce Mr a
man, new vice-President, was
evening at Hotel Riviera, was
cclan a successs colossal, Mr. Fortune Bogat while Mssrs
-. cclaiNne, a succes collossal.
Lyonel Paquin and Jules
by its members, their wives, aad
Sgets Taylor were named Councillors.
g,,- guests. N
SM. C. of the *soiree- the Said Roger Varman PAA
First CIC meeting attended by manager and first Preside!.
I'women, witty Secretary Jean of CIC, who has been transfer.
Desquirom proved equal to the red to Panama.
occasion.
Alter Lhe inner. i-'At i-..a.- .cWe are gathered here to-
ger RogeL J a r ma n Ltorn:r night to salute the first anni-
Spresident of the club) wtl- versary of our 'young Clib
corned the new committee I., International de Commierce..
Sa speech (reproduced. below); One year ago, in this room, our
and the incoming president Club was Launched. We were
Mr. Gerard Allen replied wi'h fortunate on that occasion in
deep emotion, stating what he having the personal good
Thought was the place of the wished of the President of Ha;ti
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to crown t,a perfect moment of
pleasant companionship. One of many
occasions for drinking'Hennessy.


laseh Hadal and Co., Distribuiors


ficiasoHt uu!slUi y as the
ficials of Haiti as well as the


diplomatic corps. In spite jf
enthusiasm, on this occasion,
and the official benedictions
of this christening, there we,'e
among us alL some misgivings,
some doubts, that our club
would survive more than a
few months at most. We were
told. Haii is different f
such a club were possible -
we would have had one long
ago. We were told business
men will not discuss publicly
the economic problems of our
community ice Wn'est pas pru-
dent) Business men would
not waste their time. We \vere
told that the natural apathy of
the milieu with regard to ..o-
cial gatherings could never ie
overcome. We were told and
we believed that for this club
to last a year, would be a ge-
nuine miracle of equilibrium.
We are happy tonight to be
able to attest that these fears
were groundless.. I think we
can now say that our club is
not' a miracle it is a success
but not a miracle. Why is Club
International de Commerce a
success?

It is, I think, because we ha-
ve done perhaps unconscious-
ly what is so well expressed in
our statutes as our raison
d'etre. The club will provide
the place and the occadsorL for
business men of different li-
tionaliies to meet, to know
one another's problems, and to
exchange ideas. Most impor-
tant of all and here perhaps a
bit of magic, a 'miracle if vyu
vill, has played .part. It is
the friendly common sense a!-
mosphere which fias become
characteristic of our weekly
mneetings. SSimehow this at-
mosphere has promoted positi-
ve thinking, in all of our meo-
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ting. I: do not recall-tlbit ;py
one of our members during, thi
year's luncheons, ever expres-
sed himself negatively; no one
In our Club, as a club member,
Is against anything. As mern-
bers of the Club International
de Commerce, we are for rmanny
things. ,

Essentially, we are for civic
cooperation and goodwilL We
know that these attributes ap-
plied to economic and commu-
nity questions can bring hap-
py solutions to many of those


Mr. Roger 'Jarman, first Prisideit of
the Club International do Commerce
addressing the First Birthday gathering.

problems. I believe our club is
a proof that the Inherent good-
will of intelligent men applied
collectively to the communi-
ty's problems can be a power-
ful force for progress and for
peace.


In passing the reins to my
friend and successor, Uerard
Allen, I cannot presume to 4i-
ve advice to the new commit-
tee, nor is there any need. The
character of the club is for-
med. Our statutes are not per-
fect but the club Is directed
on solidly democratic princi-
ples. The club is distinguished
for its non partisan spirit this
is right and clearly necessary


Friday and

Tuesday Dinner and Dance

to ThIbo Lele Orchestra


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If the club is to maintain its'
value as a social organization.
The club will never, per se,
t ake -any position on political
matters. I am pr )ud of our club
hand the small part if any, I had
in bringing it to one year of
age in robust health. I have
enjoyed the honor and pleasu-
re of presiding at our mlun-
cheons and discussions. A-ad I
count beyond alM treasure the
many new friends I have ma-
de among you alL


in the past mew. days I have,
witn mixec zeetingt indeed, '
learned of my company's wish
to transfer me to afiother post. ..
The sadness, for us. of our.
departure I assure you is ligh-'.
ltied by the many. pleasant
memories of our lifetin Haiti:
We wiUll leave Haiti vWith much
regret and above all-I will
miss being here witi you eve-
ry Wednesdaiy. -. V' '
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Before losing I., wphold like
to touch upon a point of per- & ,
sonal. privilege concerning my. ,
replacement as first vice,-pre. -'
sidentof the new committee4 I. ,''
would suggest that my' repla-.
cement, tb be named by the
committee, be' my good friend '
and loyal club member ?'ortu-
ne Bogat -And now I have,
talked enough- Best wishes "
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nrunnm f'r"" '- m TT Mr TTIT'C'- the respite granted on goods T .'
CUSTOMS remainDT TIES ing in the customs sion PENSION- A S.
reroo os. .
..,.!.:_1' -. 4,%%,
To meet JIEDUCEI' Bu the influx of packages .
the.ew.stuaton.g. sawith the approach of Chrismas,
caused by the hurricane's de- Following an appeal by the
caused bytposes another problem: crow-
,vastatiom the Fiscal Depart- directors or the'Chamber of ding of the customs house. /
ment of the BNRH will allow Commerce to officials conce- Plans are underway, however, .
a 50% reduction on duties tor ned,.the administration of th2 for procuring other depots. '
i'S^ -*P^ ..'i .i' the customs depot, La Phalan- cDouane, also has prolongCed."

$..1000 DAMAGE IN
MAHOTIERE FIRE
A violent fire Sunday mor- ..
Ring at Mahotires destroyed
a ~an unfurnished house, valued$
Ito a L $1.000 belonging to the Hal-
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~Firemen, summohedl half aln/CALPOEN.79-
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hour after the blaze started.,4OPST LRNH-OE
hour aerte blazestarted MRS. Vve. DOMINGO PERALTE, PROPRIETOR :
Could do nothing to save the
-hour but prevented the fa- ,. .... 2-7 .7...',., ., .*., .
mes from spreading.
A caretaker, Velius Saintv'l ".1 .."|"
and a Coastguardsman Deliusra' '..P ET.. .i o .
...n_________e_, 4the only occupants es-_"_"_o. 144 ,_-.A- -X
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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21


Tam Tam" Offers Shoppers
Club-Room Atmosphere


&Tam Tam, swung open faa-
cy painLed doors this week tj
V give Rue de Quaiers their-first
S gliml)pe of the latest addition
i o Haiti's growing family if
tourist and gift shops. The
glimpse beoame a stare'as pas-
sersl).y and neighbours focu-
aed their eyes on the brightly
4ecorated. spaciously, conceived
interior.

In the heart of the business
section, this new shop is an
S abrupt departure from the old-


ab a club room, even including
a bar at which all types of Hai-
tian rum may be.acquired, and
the long rows of Immaculate
show-cases flanked by neatly
t
arranged displays of Meinberg-
made mahogany belong on a
surrealist canvas. Perfumes of
every exotic name and scent
may 'be picked out on the weil
stocked, artistically arangpd
* shelves. A varied assortment
of native heads, hand-painted
drums, tortoise-shell creations,


fashioned concept' that all, and straw bdskets-strew the
commercial transactions must floors lrn.jalculated disara-y,
take place in dingy, unappea-. w/ile giea-piftg enticingly .-n
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ling surroundings, t-h glass tops of pannelled
-Tam Tam, Is as congenial showcases, ij,. Vudou-inspired
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Mrs. Jeannine Chau v et
proudly showing off her brain-
child, explained to Your Re-
porter, on a visit there Tues-
day, that the chantlike name
(Tam Tam) is a 'petit nom.
for -tambour-, in English: cze
drum-.


NEW FLOWER SHOP
OPENS DOWN TOWN
Newest result of the new-
slant flower trade,.-is 'Tabdu,,
an artistically designed little
establishment, opened last Sa-
turday evening on rue Dantes
Destouches, which h a p p II y
combines the artistic talent of
Mmes. Odeste Fombrun, and
Jeannine, ;'.Li'autaud with the
Chatelet des Fleurs' flower-
S
gardens. .
Tabou is ,Haiti's-first shop
to offer decorative arange-
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ments tor< baptismal.. wedding,
funeral of party displays, (you
can get bouquets dropped
round to an address too). To
complete the atmosphere, per-
fumes liqueurs.also are stoc-
ked.




DOMINICAN EMBASSY
Communique

The Embassy& of the Domini-
can Republic makes known to
inteqdstA, parties" that the Ge-
neral Consulate of the saod
Embassy, is in position to fur-
nish full information, such as
prices, samples, etc., on the
following Dominican products:
RICE, REFINED COCOA
PEANUT OIL (for 'table anl
kitchen), FRUIT, EGGS,
CORN, FLOUR, CORN MEAL,
SALT, COFFEE (processed or
not) BEANS,, MEAT, CARS
AND CIGARETTES etc, etc.
Those interested may obtain
the above mentioned inform-i-
tion, as well as'fhat concerning
the means of transportation,
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the General Consulate of the
Dominican "Republic, on the
Champ-de-Mars.
Port-au-Prince, November !3
1954.
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USAGE FRONM HITI
EAR AT TEA-PARTY

An exLract trom a lcL 'z .-
cfeived by Mr. W.'K. Evans
from M. Roland Lataillade, ULi
der Secretary of State and Mi-
l
niaLer of National Defense, ii
Haiti, was read at the musical
tea party held at Emmet pavi-
lion on Sunday afternoon.. The
party was organised by a comn-
mittee of ladies, headed by
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Mrs. F.AX. Rankine, to raise ad-
lditional funds for the" Friends
of Haiti Fund:
The party was-, attended by
M. Reynold St. Cyr, Haittian
Consul in Jamaica, and Mada-
me St. Cyr, and a large num.
ber of Haitians, many of
whom are students in the is5-
land, and many Aembers of
the local sporting circles.
The message from Haiti was
read near the close of the
function and went: @Please ex-
tend my best thanks to all of
those Jamaicans who, with
-you, are ,trying their best *o
help us, and will you please
assure them 'that they have ac-
quired full rights to our grail


tude for their spontaneous and
generous action,.


One of the features of the
afternoon was a novelty auc-
tion sale, conducted by Mr.
Pancho. Rankine, /who was
able to raise high bids for such
simple articles as a bottle utf
Iced water and a packet of c,-
garettes. Other itemis auctio-
ned included a quart of chatm-
pagne, presented on behalf of
the St. George's Old Boys As-
sociation in New York, by Mr.
John Hanna, a member of the
Association.


Other features of the eve-
ning included a raffle, a gane'
of musical chairs and a spot
dance, which was won by A
Haitian student and his part-
ner.

Tea was served in ih'e pavil-
Ion, decorfe '- ';iL'h' a" large
flag of "ia'iti an' d afdtiure' bf.
President Paul Magloire, from
4:30-until. 6 p.m. from--which
the auction and other- act-ivi
ties took place.


Mr. Rankine in a letter to
the Sun, stated the-atea patty
netted $S60 which was :sent io
Dr. Louis Roy on behalf of thel
Haitian Red Cross.




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~."~( PARAMOUNT "Sabot d'Or" Brings Avenue so Parisienne), who draws Thomas Madiou is the -painted
PARAMOUNT ""Sabot -Or" Brings 5th Avenue*
..o 5To Grad Rue Sh l T fi oL. on seven years experience in ., roat of arms above the Grand'
.: Sunday November 21 tyran popping her Tout Petits shop on Rue Rue entrance.
6: .600 and 8:30 p.m. ling smiles, and bright, new
,q., .... b.[ O R
: I. A MI.N NO1R.E how-cases filled with every-
Monday N vember 22 rhing to tempt the female pO-,
6:00 and 8:15 p.m. ulation.-al
n ITMOS DEL CAL IBE On the store's opening day ..
,." Tuesday November 23 Saturday (Nov. 13) His Excel- I ..'... fl
6:00 and 8:15 p.m. lency the President and Mmlc. -"
LA MAIN NOIRE Magloire were among the first
Wednesday November 24 customers. In an Interview
6:00 and :15'p.m. With reporters at the oSabot..
.AMBRE President Mlagloire said: aThis
Thursday November 25 is a magnificent work which
6:00 and 8:15 p.m. does honour to the country,.
RITMOS DEL CARIBE -Mme Magloire filled in with
S Friday November 26 dbeds as well as words making
6:00 and 8:15 p.m. deep inroads into the stock.
LA MAIN NOvRE The clinic-clean, Paris-moei
sturdy November 27, vated store bas' even re-paved -
6:00. and 8:15 p-m. President Magloire congratulates the the 0 surrounding side-walks s
A R DE A .proprietrice., Mrs. Daniel Heurtelou. Sabot d'Or ads a modern,1,sreamlined touch to the Grand Rue corner
I C with checkered tiles (matching.
VI NGEANCE Mrs. D a n i e I Heurtelou's the girls' uniforms) and Ram- .
Sun..day Noveber 28 streamlined -Sabot d'Or,, oe- poneau-painted rinilature pic-
6.00 and 8:30 p.m. ,. cupyIng the lower storey Af ture-Windows brightgn the
AfON DONC PAPA the new bull' i at Rue oron street-side wails.'
,ne Fo' and Grand'Rue, ha Amidst a continual stream of
brought a bustling, 5th Ave- customers, the proprietres'
MOUBARS A Y FREANH Rue. touch to our capital and salesgirlss glide wIth effi-
LATIN AMERICAN CLUB featuring prctt,, sales-girls 'r cient speed, showing the latest
checkered uniforms and spark- in shoes and handbags from.
The 'Maison .'de l'Amerique _
Latine- at Paris (patron.:.the France or the -chic- creations
President of France) gave a named administrator of of Madame Camille Parisien-
luncheon party last week :j Maison. during the luncheon. ne Haut couturisme, on the &Sa-
honour of Halti's new ambas- Among those present were: bot's, hand-picked staff.
sador to France, Dr. Rene Mr. Jacques de Lacretelle and Among the innovations in-
Jeanty. The ambassador was Professor Auguste Viatte. t by Mrs. I{eurtelou


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'I" I Founded
SEPTEMBER 1950


A. Cleaner City.

leans More Tourists
AllI'S Tourist Trade is her main h'pL-
.. | for the immediate future, now that ou,:
| L Xl,, it crops have been temporarily crip-
' pl-d., anrid it is more important now than
. ,ever that our capital be as attractive as pdssibl2.
t. Port-au-Prince does not receive her full
quota of tourists each year because would-be
travellers vre warned by previous visitors that
the.c6apital s a .dirty. dusty city-. It is useless
Sto deny this charge. Some bf the dust that people
complain about.is our rich top-soil brought down-
Sby the lightest rain-fall to dry on pur streets anti
.pavements, spoiling the appJarance of the enti-r'e
town, there is little we can Ado about this until
trees are planted on'he mountain slopes to hold
the earth where it belongs.

But a lot of the dust that gets under the
tdutisrs" ciark-glasses, and obscures the wond':r
fu i beauty of Port-autPrince is the result of
Sheer carelessness on 'the part of citizens.
Rebuilding in the city is continuous and -
I' oa- ow yet foibids the promiscuous strewing of
our sidewalks with cement, building material,
ahd rubble from, old buildings that are being
Spelled down. The sidewalks of Haiti have beco-
M. e so abused (wherd they exist at-all) that few
pedestrians bother to use them. preferring to
risk passage through traffic-coursed streets.

Commercants show little 'interest in tlhe
State of their surroundings, some deiberate;y
keeping the pavements outside their shops in a
Condition of constant litter. 'Habitants', they
Sargue, will be scared of entering too neat a busi-
ness-house. This myth has been exploded by the
sk'-"ocket -ales (plenty to the country folk) of
the department store .La Belle Creole., which
boasts a auick-and-span interior, as neat and well
arranged as can be desired.

I Now,.The latest entry.to the Trade World, Mrs
t' Heuntelou's -Sabot d'OrD, has shown' interest in'
the immediate environs as well as the tsrrw
Itself, and the sidewalks have. been-beautifui!y
Spaverd to match the .gleaming interior.
SThis means other stores will have to coinpet,
k.(Maison Orlentale] already has tiled sidewalks),
and this rivalry will demand they keep the
high F-andard becoming evident in oui mst
.*. recent crop of stores.


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F. Mrs. lleurtelou's action shows a wider inti-
S rest th.t should become the rule among ,,oi
S businessmen, keeping our city clean ard ilth-
Sattracting more visitors.


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Fire Insurance Rates May be terior Roland Lataillade co-
Safelv Lowered ordinated and supervised the
programme in co-operation
This week's fire at Pharnm-. drugs and other stock. witf 'the President's secreta-
cy Vallme pin-pointed two. facts With Captain Elie's highly- ries. Captain Guillaume Pean
(1) it Is. time insurance corn- trained squ I manning power, and Lt. Henri Pe.'p'ginan.
panies started campaigning ful, well-equipped engines (Ne- Chief of Protocol Daniel
(2) they could well afford to ver wit'Iless than 4.000 gallojls Theard .(one-timne minister to
ake their rates down a peg or Crf water at their command) Liberia) treated the distingui-
wo. Insurance Company executi. shed visitors with all the gra-
ves can start off on a new ce gathered In a long diploma-
The $500 damage Z.. the system: more" business at less tic career, and his polish was
rug-store is a direct pile d'.- individual profit, mirrored by introducer of Am-
er to its ownei 's pocket, .is bassadors Roger S a v a i n,
o insurance was carried. Edouard Daleau. Georges Sa-
And the $500 were miracu- Tnl, iAT dl lomon, Maurice Kerby and
usly low costs tor a tire ?.t J W Y ll Gerard Nau.
M00 p.m. in a i:uil,.ing o th.t S.I.P.P headed by tall, effi-
D o e cient Director-General Denys
ze. The damage from fire
as cut down to a merciful The Visit cf Pre-ic(lent' TLu Bellande and his energetic
ih!imnumn by new minateri:al ,. nman was so cxel.en'ly organ. team*.of Administrative direc-
'e Pompiers d.i1iLrc i in A- zLed that the three day pro- tor Roland Montas, Gerard
ust with a $100.000 bill, and gramme unrolle 1 lwithcut a Dabady (who won acclaim With
ven damage from the hosas hitch. Those responsible de- his announcing voice); Felix
as negligible"because mode-n serve a word of mention. Baill erge au photogra-'
pray-nozzles laid on enough Minister of Foreign Affairs phers Louis Doret, (Ti' Char-
ater to douse the flames but Mauclair Zephirin and Under les George, Raoul Excei-'
ot enough to ruin valuable Secretary of State for the In- lent and P.A. Ernes- Walker
... .... .. ...-._.-^..-^. .. ...^ .^ . ^ -,. ~and cinema technicians RicIar-

Worid Famous Cuisine do Widmaler and
baud" combined wv.t rt.e local
at Hotel Choucon e press to do a wonderful] publi-
IN PETIOVILIE city job.









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THANKSGIVINGDAY
"i:" ..... ;'" SERVICES AT HOLY'
ort-.: ot ,m.. seit L. KTRINITY CATHEDRAL. ,
Te.,,', ,:", orThe traditional th iai.ksgiv-
I ngg Day service wi! be held
on Thursday, November 25. at
8:00 in the morning at Holy
Trinity Cathedral.
....The Rt. Rev. C. Alfred VTe
geli, who returned November
17 from a three-month furlough
in the United States, will ton
duct the service. The Rev.
I John R. Ramsey, Canon in char
ge of the English-speaking con
gregation at the Cathedral, will
To order your Favourite Dish preach the sermon; and Mr.
or a Mme. Marini speciality Hugh L. Kirkpatrick, Dlreetr
Tel: 7590 or 7437 of Courses at the Haitian-Arrie
Dining in -Salle a Manger' Terrace rican Institute, will be guest
or beside ,he Pool. ,. organist.
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cHAITI SUN.


rage 10


ADVENTISTS PLEDGE
MORE AID TO HAITI

Another $40,000 t6 help huL'-
ricane-stricken Haiti was vo-
ted Tuesday by thQ,32nd an-
nual council of the Inter-Ame-
rican Division of the Seventh-.
day Adventist General Confe-
rence meeting at the Evergla-
des Hotel in Miami Florida.

The church already has sent
10 tons of clothing and 18,toti
of dried milk to aid the islan.',
SIt was reported to the delega-
tes representing 1,050 churches
with 100,000 members.


iE&LP FROM GERMANY
Gerniany will send $7.000 of
.medical equipment for o u r.
.sinisLrds, it was announced
this week.


JAYCEE; VOTE SUPPORT
FUR HAITI RELIEF DRIVt
Full endorsement o'f the Hu.-
(i Disaster Relief Drive -as nA
Jaycee project on a Statewii'le
Basis to further aid the people
of Haiti' was given by
Fl:orida Junior Chamber of
Commerce (Jaycees) at a re-
cent convention.
The 'resolution was" read :o
the Club International de Corn


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man Pleasant. H. Gay Jr. at Haiti resolution. The Ciamber
the weekly Riviera luncheon decided also on a Jay
Wedensday. cee for Haiti, relief driv'.- to
'Easy-speaking, SoVthern, ton take place from Debemr;I,,r hI
ed Gay spending time -.i ti.' 1954 to Janary 10th 10-55
.Riviera with his wife. w P s Mr. and Mrs Gay rntui n this
roped into the businessmei*'s. weekend to Jack-, ,iv'ill. to re
weekly session and took the lay an eye-wi.tne.ss account of

World conquerors set for Haiti
VESPA scooters, fresh f.-omn
their conquest of the roads of
the world, have invaded Haiti,
where they are expected to
become the main form of
transportation.
rhk tough, peppy little 'Vi-
pas& are tast replacing the m.-
torcycle in Paris, Rome ainu
other capitals of the world,
and Society's GrunLL' Dmnc-i
may be seen puriing to La
Opera, mink 4tel.- trailing be-
hind.


Working. men. too.mayeAs flattering as a new hat, th
Working.- men, too, may be
seen on the Continent, out for
an' afternoon scooter prome- p'";..",..,
nade, with their wives andJ :";.. ... ,
children balanced on various ,"" ;..- K .. tt"
parts of the gas-conserving (2
litres p'r .100 km.) machine. ;, '., -

in the pictures at right, pre. .'.
Ly Vespa-girls demnionstra.e
now ejsy-to-hand!c, tile Suoozet., i'
are. But these rugged little bi- .
kes are, by no mcu., restu-
ted to use by the gentler sex: ,,
powerful and speed, (70-75km ",
p.h. they already have provn .
equal to Haitian roads, and
worthy of male respect. Boys and girls get together on



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e Vespas enhance riders' charm.:


Haiti's fainous 'bhumard flam-
me- has been enthusiastically
acclaimed by visiting, epicures,
and featured by ,Imperial
Linenr.
But foreigners aren't the only
connoisseuri of food. Haitians
know where the meat is done
just right, where. wines are of a
perfect vintage" and flavour to
rr.elo.w their moodrl and form the
perfect foil for each delightful
course.
That's why special occasin,
are observed at -Aus Cosaquc.s..


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,? orI-ai-Prince -Pe* V4l'- 'aifi

' Telephone 780.- -291
.,. ". Best located Hotel' in Haiti
"- An Ideal Spot for Hdneyriooners
i'' 4, An Attraction for all Tourists

Atop a Mountain, 2,000 feet high, is the Enchanting
*i o Dambala Hotel overlooking the Magnificient Plain and Day
*. Air-conditioned by -Nature.
.. Only 15 minutes from Shopping Center
..--' Perfect Service
.*.'i'.. Excellant. French and Haitian Cuisine
; ['.* Attractive Show every Thursday Night
S.:* We extend to' You our Cordial Invitation t o the
Dinner Dancing-every Saturday Night on the Starlit Terrace
w ,-:' AMALA HOTE.
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HAITI SUN ..

AVIS

RA TIOIhG OF ELECTRIC Y


frhe Electric Light Company
takes pleasjrn in announcing
to its kind subscribers that hay
ing terminated the repairs cf
one of the two generating
units which have been out of
service, it bd'e i v?s it pcs-;hlc 0
make some improvement in
the rationing schedule. It is
probable that the sectors ,up.
plied by the circuits clesignn-
ted below are to be, until fu:-
ther notice, deprived of elec-
tric energy each evening Sun-
day being an exception as
much as possible, at the foll6-1
wing hours:

Petion-Ville Circuit
From 5:15 pl:n. to i.: 00 p.m.
Circuit No. 4
From 6'30 pmr.' to 7:'-li p.m.-
Circuit No. 5
From 7:45"pi to 9:00 p.m.
Circuit No. 3'
Flrom 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

The regime of Rationing ol:
Ellectricity jublisheu on Octo.-
ber 15, 22 and 27 th. will conti-
nue to be applied it It oecomcs
necessary to interrupt the elec-
tric service during the day in
view of. making regular Inspec-
tions of the generating units
actually functioning, of ina-
king certain adjustments andc
for proceeding with certtii]-
daily repairs.

Nevertheless, the Eleciric
Company will make every ef-
fort, within its possibilities, to
furnish electric current during
the day or night during the
hours of rationing indicated
above, however, it is requested
not to make any plans in this
sense. It may become necess.i-
ry, in view of unforseen acci-
dents, for the Company to bel
obliged to suppress the cur-
rent In certain, sectors during
hours other than those men-
tioned in this notice.
The customers are requested
even when there is current on
their circuit, during the pe-
rods between 6:00 p.mn. and
9:00 p.m. to cut off their refri-
gerators or other apparatus
functioning by electric acces-
sories which represent an
overload for the' power plant.
The strictest economy must be
observed in so far as electric
energy consumption Is concer-'
fied during the peak load per
riod above mentioned: and this
in the very interest of the


subscriber. For example, use
only the lamps necessary for
lighting shut off the water hea
ter after using it and try t
finish with your electric stove


DISTRIBUTORS.
WILLIAM NARR,.
7, Rue des Fronts-Fadrts, Port-au-Prince
JEAN DOURGEOIS,
Aux Cayes.
M. DESQUIRON, SUCCRS., -
Jirimie. ..
Jacmel. : ,
ALPHONSE ARTEAGA, ,
Gonaives.
BOUCARD & Co. :
RAYMOND LAROCHE,
Cap-Haitien.



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before 6:30 pan.
The industrials, small 01or
ge scale, are requested to
the functionning of their
* tors from 5:30 until 10:00
The Management and-
personel of the Compan:
predate the comipreher
and the cooperation show
the public during this Y
difficult period which
have just traversed and I
to be able to return to no
during the month of be
her.
THE MANAGEM


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76' RUE PA.VEE,.
(opposite SHASA)


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cHAITI SUN*
r'age a
Messrs. Huey Rutherford and


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Pretty Marie-Therese -Lac
due for an altar date with
Raymond Barreaus prochaine-
ment)t was guest of honour
Sunday night at a six to nine
party thrown. by Ghislaine
Poitevien. The evening ended
with i supercharged .bambo.
che. at the Casino.

,..
The PNesident o ttie -Allian-
,ce Frangaise in HaitL, and Mrs.
Robert Nadal ge a reception
-. last Saturday. dlght In honour
.of Mr. Marc ,Blancpain, visl-
6Ing Alliance FranCaise Secre-
'* "tTv general '. '


Mr. Fuchsberg, who is Grand
Chancellor of the Grand
Lodge of the Knights of Py;
this of New York State (mem
bership 100.000), expects to 'ar-
rive on about the 20 th. He is
interested In, our law courts
and hopes to sit in on a few
legal sessions during his two.
week stay at Ibo Lele.

XXX
Miss Jacquelline Esper walks
up the aisle with National
Bank's. Jean H. Thbari Sutur-
day December 18, 7 ,pS:"


,; *;-' .- ---d"* .*xxx
Sxxx .William L. Wilson. Tra1s-

Jacob D. Fuchsbrg, one of portatibn,. Operations -Officer
S':New York's leading trial law', of the Panama Line, i$ on 'a
T yrs, will' visit Haiti with a, business-cum-pleasure trip 'o
"party of ten or twelve friends Port au Prince conferring witm
next month. Captain Ericsen.



MAHOGANY HANI
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$ N FRITZ ME
S w vnGINAL because it's H.AND MA
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SUNDAY NOVSMBgE.


3ert Lespin are in town on
LUS. Government business.

Back home this week is Se-
nator Louis Bazin who arrived
Tuesday. '


Mrs. Clement Jumelle left
for Montreal Tuesday.


Claude Paiquin (Souvenir
Shopper) is following a much-
battered nose around since his
head-on charge into Gros Mo.--
ne returning from Rendez-
vous in the wee hours of las'.
weekend.

Claude declares a donkey
suddenly materiallsed in front
of the car and he was confront
ed with a choice between the
ravine and the morne.

XXX
Mr. Mauclair Zephirin, secre
tary of State for Foreign Rela
lions received in a special au-
dience at tle Chanceiry last
week, Mr. Arroyo Parejo, Ve-
nezuelan Ambassador to Haiti
Mr. Roger de Bercegol, Ambas


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VS MAHOGANY FACTORY
DE ARTISTIC' because it's HAITIAN MADE ECONOMICAL because
You buy it AT THE FACTORY


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., WE TAKE DARE OF YOUR SHIPMENTS


sador of France, Mr.1 Francisco due to give a performance
de Arce, Ambas.3 il,.:- of 'TaJi re for the benefit of .the .l
and the Spanish Ambassaoor Magloire Foundation. tj
Mr. Fernando Canthal y Gi- ge-screen actress antd:a.
ron. j velty act performer h^
Swere delegated special. j
xxx the Association of CubS
Dr Hervd Boyer left for ists to give their servzcpa
Rio this past week on Mission tuitously to help Hazel*-,
for the Government. rers.



V i via n Bailey celebrated .
his Monday departure by whoo A treat qt a
ping it up at .Rendez-vous5 teartime'S,i1
last Saturday night. Among the .
memorable last-night acts: pay PT O M
ing the *fiches of everyone L PT O N *
round the bar. PURE FRUIT
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jAmb

Jn4Claude Rigaud left the pa ;
ternal business fold this wvek
to try the Trade Winds on nis '" ''
own but after a luke-warm hl I'
opening day (one sale) J. C'.
was back in',the. Edouard Ri-
gaud establishment and hls T .
new store was closed. r "-

x x x ' .
Two Cuban artistes, Ana El- Haiti Tradingr C..I,
sa Iser (Oriental Hurrtcan.e) Chamber of Commerda
and her husband Gulman Hea.-'- Bldg: 'Citea de l'Expositu
riqfies (the human Radar) are Phone 2065


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DAY NOVEMB3)R 21 'HAITI SUN.

Dr Lherisson's daughter An-


ne-Marle was New York bound
last week-end.
xXX
Back to the hive at the Ame-
rican Embassy is busy bee Mar
guerika M a n g u i a from a
month's vacation on 'the other
side of the sea. She visited Mia
mL Mexico City, and San Fran
cisco clippering back right on


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p:-'Refla Ethel Boyle, ar- clay from a three day Delta C. time 'last Saturday.
|4"in Haiti viak PAA plan.2 & S. business ;r:p to .S':n-Juan. x x x
.ay afternoon. She was x x x Max. Theophile put off his
Pdmea by officials .of SCIS Mr. and Mrs. GEorge Po!!iy birthday celebration till Deoem-
.l. whom she will co'.-i- nre flying to San Juan to see hel.
'i. Specialist In Nurs- their first grandchild this com- x x x
pecation. ing \yeek. Carl and Rene Wuilff have C-L
S x x x x x x ... last decided on a name f o r
iPowell flew to New Back home is AlIx Roy, ojr their new addition : Winka
iWednesday. tap, cartoonist who has dropp- Maria. .
... x xx xed out of the New York Race. x xx
Jean Brierre and sons, x x x ... The sh in '
.d and Jean- Claudes, lea Raymond Colby and Geoges German women will contite

'silue Xeideneetomorn.r.Fer oft '.., Americar Bmnbassy through -next week at. the
d". --Ar--ntilla 'to. have just moved .into. heir Beau Arts Pavtllion in. Pal
tt. -" .
I.lbaBssador. new residence at Pacot cele- mistW'Section of? the *poMi
I. X' ".x brated with a housewarming tion.
e Ray observed her fe- bamboche 'n' WP ay.. eveinW.
S "i .- "" ':" '..
'e.xdialtfan Tourist Bn- .. xxI... ." .
tNAv eYprk SundayC: Mrs Rolande. StCyr-? 0.ose@ Denise Manuel. accompanied
summer vacation in Cinada sisterin-law, Mme L..ucien -Ma-
1I,- x x x and .New York has extended nuel and daughter Fab.enne to
14".
RaTasco Davis Jr.'is expect right into- the winter season re New York Saturday. Their Sta
1itown Monday by the r'a turned Saturday by. plane. She* teside sejour is expected to
:.Line to visit his Anib:i. was "seen soaking up. sunshine last three months.
r;Dad. Roy Jr, i. Secoad- in .incalculable quantities, at x. x. x -x. .
ary at the'U. S. Embas- her home in CapeYVert. Marcel Van Thienen, Direc-
,.a Xm. ,. x tor 'of the Palace Orchepstra, is
ir'Panam a. P "" .
I xxx Dymart Cardsmaser a pros back from a month-inParis.
b.tstrialist Senator Louis perous. B. W. 'Indian resident '
I .'A x X
10- flew Thursday to The- was visiting the Dadlani's here -
on' 'businessthis Joachin Wilson, M. D is
y, bu.sines sfll past' week.
clippering to Buenos Aires
X. xx Monday to further his meW-
S, Damlbala's owner manager
.Philippe Dominique re- 6 1scis h t cal studies.
Sed- to Port au Prince Sa- week frm the ASTA, conv- x r r

y afternoon after a mont-' ranso.On a 5-day. eget acquainted .
uston .Tfexas, buying 1 / wth Hait trip this week san
ouyston, T~exas. buying )1 with Haitlh' trip this week is


,ughbred stock to raise.
tandard-of the Armysta-


.r.mpanying Lieutenant fDj-
qhe-was vet Fred Tallenii-'
.. .helped Fito on. the


d up.
x xxx '
. Webb returned Satpur-
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Mrs., Eggie Vincent

other half' of, the ppp
voy Restaurant:. team).
toiur shifting these da
tiplying h rself to mn
demands on her time
igf work, Union Schoc
collaboration, and mar
smiling greeting, to tl
tules, of the establish
the Champ-de-Mars.
will wind up some
affaires. in Miami a
York and expects to
in about 10 days.


Mr. Charles H.-Whittaker froni
t h e the U.. S. State..Department.Mr
ular Sa- Wittaker is in charge of the-.
it. ZI- HaltL. Desks- at Washington.
iys, m.ul He will return to his post on,
ieet: the TuescdWt the 23rd.
for rer' x xx -
ol Bazar Arriving by the 1:00 p m pla-
naging- a ne from Jerem)e on Tuesday
le habi- was Madame PoJlux Mainviel-
ment on le, venerable ccentenair. pa-
Hubby rent of the Franklyn. Brier-
pressing re's. Supporting the trip like
mnd .New the stalwart daughter of the
be back South that she is, she will re-
side inthe capital city among


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her grandchildren and great
children where she expects to
live to a 'ripe old age.. The fa
mily has already begun prepa-
rations to fete her 101st birti
day anniversary next January.
X X x
Ghilda Scott is back at her
desk in the offices -of Point IV
after several days grappling
with a case of cla trinno_


Mrs. 1Herard Roy is prepar
ing for her flight to New York
this week'to-jolnr her husband
at-'th-U. N.J
XX X '

Haytian Tractor's active Ma-
nager. Maurice BonnefiL whose
boolng,. operaions formerly
at' RUe; 'Pzv6e% made- it necessa
r9 for1 lbi'-to sae- ltrger-qiar
ters herded Ms-equipmeont!and
crack personnel, to bhaneetel-
lee, reMtglty.


XXX
Gerard Flanmibert fldWi to New
York on the. 18t. ,
-x xx"
*Fergie ana .Betty Ferguson
have returned with the family
from visiting native California
A
where Fergie liquidated h i s
late mother's estate
|
'xix
Dentist Carlo Mevs fits- corn-
fortably 'Into the Cadillac- class.. -
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xX x... o Lungw z i DUbCKa at u ii
.Public' W'rl's Minister Mao- phtb. His Virgilniafa-m suffer -

rice Pierre-Antoine offered an' ed 'eadPtA ^om HazA.L
Ibo-Lele reception for Mr.,Lau ,. ,
rent Capdecomne, and the ge '
neral director of the French l
Ministry, Mr. Danzelot;, after .
1 *
the' las-er's 'lecture Tuesday St bLAeutenant Maney La
evening.- ." marre, commander of t h e


X X- X
Lt. Colonel Salvador Bonlla
of the Coban' Army arrived


Tamou si ceif6- Monday or
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sion, and Mrs Lamarre' (nose
Anglade) are proud parent; of
a son AlIx.


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Mr. MilJard Caldwell, Governor
of Florida, from '45 49'lmem
ber of Congress 4 terms, and
Administrator of Civil -Defen-
se, '50- '52, vacationed here 3t
the Choucoune this pas: week.
Said Mr. Caldwell : I am ,
practising lawyer, look aiter
my own affairs,- am reforim-
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o-I-Q--, X X X "
x x x Mr. Roger Armand, Directri -*
Ernest Lamy was heralded ce of Magic Island Tours, is
by the press of Martinique as' home former 'her complete tour
one of the top pianists in the of the US and Europe. A new .
Caribe during bis recent month edition is expected to jo
-ong addition is expected to joinwith
-long visit to the islan iththe Tours this coming year.
Porto Ricyn singer, L.lita Cue- XX
X X X ,,
vas and drummer Ti Ma..c!. a
Maggie Decatrel ant pore
~ ~~ X xX ; '
Sx K Leon are homeffrom their mid-
Hotel Oloffson has reopened west. Jamaica and Cuba .
-west, Jamaica and Cuba .so-. '.
under the capable management *?. , =
J. U.. ,. , ,.. ,l :. ,
P.of'IEafla. rs Roger Ca-tor. '
X .. ,X.'
The shades of Summeset Mau-' ' : "
S Pan American employee, are .:
.gOam remain along Ah the .. R -oe 'ar
-g- 1! Vr^ IA. giving Manager Roger Jarman .4 "
:.ghsts,.' !iit^`1h6- rebb atek4 *w_ s
en,'-"<-" f' 1, t a. 4d. n-, "
.... ..... a farewell dinner at -he H, ,oM '":

Riviera' Monday evening. Mr,.
ce. rvd
e. .* David'bsset the new PAA, .. :
x X Manager, will attend. '.
Marie Chiauvet, laureate writer' '... .
and author of -Filles d'Haiti' x X '. ...
returnedtfrom..the States onr Mis 'Nicole Moretta became .. '
the 16th. the bridp of Jacques Leroy on:.n .'
x x X November 16th. After the-' 10..'. ;
Gerda Nicolas is gding to ha- a m ceremony which took pla-' .'- "'
bitajte in the States at New Re. Eglse S-Gerard rece
~~~~ce at Eglise St-Gerard, a r04eieD ,,.<%;) ;
chelle. N. Y. tion'in honor of the newlyw'.. -v
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x xx eds was offered at 'the ho ..me ., .
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The Don Stanfords, made a of parent ., ..' ,
of,, d'. -of thebride-.'-` -. 4 "
striking couple at the Palace Mr. and Mrs Deogene Moretta.:- / .,
ball In hono. of President Tub'
"" rsStnfod- gwnWa
man. Mrs Stanford's gown was The Joe TalamasMichel and't i '
among the most gorgeous. Madeline, flew to Miami on tle ;:
x x x 17th.. .


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PHARMACY FIRE
(Continued from wpage 1)

: ges klie who was keeping,an
eye on the town. in 'spite of
", : being on vacation.
-. But there is a probability
-that the blaze began over jin
': hour earlier as the drug-store's
; proprietor, Joseph Valmd, re
ports -that he smelled ,someth-
ing when he drove down to
get out some medif:ine for a
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friend. Mr. Valm6 says that the
S scents of the pharmacy, mingl-
ed with those of fresh paint
Sand perfume had caused him
to miss definitely Identifying
the smell of smoke.
$500 damage was estimated.


S POPULATION 'OF ATREL
HOLD OFF STARVATION
WITH RED CROSS AID
(Con' (Continued from nagq. 1)
... plies rushed up last week..
Sn the tiny goat-raising com-
.," : -. ,. j..' '. .*., i i '
..:.. miumity, crops and animals
,' '-..ere swept away by floods,
: stoky hardwood forests tor.i
S' 'up by the earthquake. PasLor
it W', Wlace Turabull reports that,
.,.. ,.hIs trip through the area
fom i .Coirido to -M61e SL-Nicb-
--,. "las, 'he. sw "a. general picture
. -- .-j .', . : -.. .- :-. ...i . .
-" .of- desolation.
.,." Hazel'A long. term effects
-w, ere being, felt all along the
: coast; : salbbeds (the, rgljn's
S"No-1 source of income) had
S -been flooded: fishtrap3 (the on-
.- ly other cash-earnipg source,)
swept away, and some home
.. I .
destroyed.. .
in Atrel, where .P.astor Turn.
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bull judged the earthquake
*' caused even. more. damage
than Hazel. -soppma. of, the inhani
tan ts. were so weak from hung-,.
er they found great difficulty in
dragging themselves to food dis-
tribution centers. .
Baptist missionary TMinbull
and hig wife, fresh from the:r
- .., *relief trek to the Berly lands-
lide site,. set. out .last Tuesday
*; with Jean Ricourt to cover .th.e
S-parts of the Northwest .hardest
S hit by Hazel..T he,accpmp.ard,-
ed 30 tons of Red Cross sup-
, i plies (rice,. beans, flout, oil,
, and clotHiflng) da tle Coast
Guard ship 'Savannah',.
After four days the party re
turned for more supplies. They.
brought with them a gift of
10 tons of salt from the gene-
rous people of Bale de Henne
to the people of: the South.
whom they beard had fared
.* tar worse than they.
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'HAITI SUNm SUNDAY NOVEMBER7.4
CITY HALL GETS drapes and mahogany scuJ-
NEW LOOK re complete:. the.j "or. .|I
City Hall is once again the
pride of the town. The excla- NAN MAPOU D T
nations of the visiting Libe- NEEDS H'ELBt'
rian dignitaries Tuesday afte- Continued from Page".l,
noon paid tribute to ,the coin- CLUWLVVu Iu iWua LULdI'u
plete interior transform-Lion, a. n..
which it has undergone. d,. roy sIu tLho popgi'
The. hall is spotless and Zresih Mapou have iotL homes a
ly painted, the floor of various iieds and help will ue neeA
Haitian woods is newly scrap- lor the next month. The fil
ed. has receded 4 meters, Dr.
The salon is decorated by Mcx said, but there Is still 3
Ewald with low -slung corn ters of mud and water d:
forlable furniture made in Even with seeds the.Ma"
of the modern equip- eight days. by Issa el Saieh population is helpless, as:t
P and giant photos by Byron area is still too flooded,
.Corroneas. Tasteful Haitian planting. .'.

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: DOMINICAN REPUBLIC PLANS

WORLD'S FAIl NEXT YEAR
e.' eminiscent of the 1949 Hal- monies for the fai. are schert-


'tian Exposition, the Domin'-
can Republic Is planning, a
Fair for Peace and Progre?_
kin which the free nations :,f
the world are being inviltJ t
exhibit and participate. Thr
Fair is scheduled for December
20 1955'- February 27 1956.
"' The United States govern-
ment has already indicated
that it will be represented in
Line with its plans to challenge
'" Moscow's boats to inventive-
n ess, production and human
Relations progress, as well as
a number of the two-score na-

tioqs which have been apiproi-
ched.
First gounndI hrn'einy ia '.r -


sailed from her home-tovw;n,
tfor nemtxi moqth.
The fair will especially h!g.h-
light the achievements lor
world peace and the 25 yc.irs
of progress during the *tEra
of Trujillo,. by showing thie
nation's progress from a state
of chaos when Generalissimo
Rafael L.Trujillo, former pres-
ident, was first inaugurated
president .in 1930. to its present
socio-economic status in the
world scene. The fair's motto
is ,Unfted for Peace and Pros-
ressa.
A 125-acre. site, near thz out.
skirts of the capital city, will


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in a city, by 25 DomliLain
architects. Five gleamrin, while
pavillions will form th u ii.u
cleus of the exposition and
will house Dominican and fo-
reign exhibits.
A tree-lined wide avenue,
flanked by ever-blooming gar-
dens,; phrks and lakes and fca-
turIng an ajnusement center
around a r huge, iUliminaited
fountain, has been approved
by the fair commission a ad
will begin to take shape e:irly
in 1955.

'the main pavilions will be
the Hail ot iorld Pe.ace ana
Cooperation; Mall Qf Era of
Truj'illo Progress; Hdli 'of -Do-
minican Naturai Akeouies D6
velopnmeAt: ltii of Culturgl Ac
tivities, and the Hali 1 LPd'r-


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its flowers and perfumes
will now be sold in


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dinner and dance music
added to geod food and gracious service
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nfrival and departures during.
the sonth November and December

Fastest Freight and Passeng -r.c zrn-ce between New-York
Port-au-Prince and Cri-;tobal. nd \Oce-versa, accepting car-
go both ways including cargo to and from Europe via New
York and via Cristobal; also 'rom the West Coast of Cen-
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Sailings from New York every Thursday: arrivals at Port
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-HAITI SUN'
The instructors, on t h e i r
part. were able to see that the
obscure corners of their class-
rooms has been filled all 'his
time with students some 350 in
all. No small tribute should be
paid'these earnest people, who
have remained faithful to lhe'r
studies and to their instructors
in spite oY Hazel, rationing of
current and the normal pres-
sure of events.
The Institute expects to inau
gurate its series of Ftiday pro
grams, now that conditions


Trying for a last shot of departing President Tubman, hardworking .Le National.
photographer Raoul Excellent stepped off the dock intlo the sea. After being fished out
by the British sailors of the -Superb. Excellent examines his camera ruefully-
Both film and .kodak. were ruined.
SLIGUTS GO ON &AChkW g~a:n held by electric I.gl,. A..
AT HAITIAN AMERICN' much "as anyone, certaip.y, the
STFIU E students' congratulavE tne E.Lc
Great rejoicing was the ord,- trio 'Light Company on the.r
er of the day at thk Haitian- achievement, and hope that the


Amerkan. Institute when on
., Monday last classes' w e r. e


repent dark ,.chapter in, their,
history is definitely -closed.


pare .getting back to nc
Friday, November 26
p m, wheA the Dire
.peak In French on
Problems in Languag
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WANTED
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(unfurnished $50-$100;
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SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21 -
IMPORTANT NOTICE Telephone 7835 or Haiti


All users of ovens, frigi-
daires "etc.are' herewith remind"
ed that they must re-i..w their
licences, conforming to the li.v
In force for the 1954-55 exer-
cicev. Six days grace is allowed
after which no cylinder wi'l
be qelivred without presenta-
tion of the 1954-55 license.
17 November 1954
HOUSE FOR RENT
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phone 2061.
KOUSEBREAKER SHOT
A thief was shot andl ki91ld
Thursday night in the Adrvea"
Blanchet home at Impasse La-
vaud when he tried to escape :;
after breaking into Lieutenant
Blanchet's bedroom.
Caught by the Ljieutenant, .
the man put up a strugle and -
breaking free jumped thb ba-
lustrade of the up-stairs porca. .
The thief As shot thirce times '
as he leaped from the porch.




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