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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
VOL. VI Port au Prince Republique d' Haiti Sunday, December 4th 1955 Telephone 2061


SCIPA To Go:
Agricultural Dpt.
To Take Over
The rS.rrviee Cooperatif Inter-
american cle la Production Agri-
cole- (SCIPA) is slated for gra-
dual liquidation.
Newsmen were told in a coin-
ference at Damien Tuesday morn
ing that the research, technical
advice and introduction of scien-
tific methods of agriculture to the
Haitian fiu- nmer would be progres-
sively integrated' in the Dpts. of
Agricultir"d and Public works.
Thi.'-.ecision was reached aft-
er communi-cations'between the
Haitian, a.Th-., ited- States Go-
iu'n.-.ItF Vbier :16 and 25,
s.sequnt .; a preli imary conm-
imthiicatib i A-pii 16.
U.S. contributions to the joint
agricultural projects being carri-
ed but in Haiti will not be affec-
ed by the change..
4The Haitian and American
c,, .e .r "S~i ,wm. " 'ntnf'bute' in :,Iie .same propor-
tion as formerly .fto the cost of
the execution of transferred pro-
jects>, the announcement stated.
tThe arrangements of details
agreed upon between them have
established an accord which will
increase the effectiveness and
intimacyof Haitian-American co-
vpraqonl in tJie field -of,.Agrircl-
ture.i -
SBut the responsibility for the
. t7." .
execution ot the tasks left unfi-
"Viished by SCFPA will devolve
.nto the officials of the Depart-
*.ment of AMriculture. These Hai-
tlian technicians will be paid
Irgm jointly contributed funds,
nd may seek advice freely from
he members of Point IV who
ill act as advisers and observers
rnly.
The change over from SCIPA
o local control will start Decem-
ber 31, 1955. and is expected to
'e complete by the end on May
1956.


POLICEMAN Kill ,ED


ACCENT ON BU LD NG One Killed
ACCENT I(N- DUILIhs Truck Leaps
-M GtRE'S 5th YEAR ,oRavine
MuiOne pher2nwastruke
-M G j0 R 'S t E R injur-ed whpn a truck
ner a cli1ff to n B is I


Fort Liberte last Saturday af-
A-ternoon.
'"n"initer.. -.. Cit. St' The three passengers who at-
y b o tempted to jumpo free of. thevre-
.. hicle were the only -persons se-
riously hurt in the heavily load-
ed vehicle.
Killed on the spot was Cons-
Stlance Michel. while Petit Sylves-
tre and Fngix Jn-Baptiste were
gravely injured.
i.g p .The.The accident was blamed on
trouble in the drive-shaft by
truck driver Cedor Marcellus,.


50 CGeneral ood

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Ends' Visit,



Maj. General euen
ended another periodAi~ nsp~ec-
tion. visit n the U.oc..#" Miesi.on
here, flying hack to his heAd-
cultural Under Minister Andre cerelles, CitSt. Martin, which quarters in Panama WVednesdhy.
rI e The Chief of the U.S. Air !flr-
Duimesle. Mr Denis Normil will winl coin prie 200 living units ceCaribein Command, h
reply on behalf of the planners for soldiers, non-commissioned spends eight months aof ever
of the region. officers ano officers.wn yea tote o Ar___eve-rS -
Noon Monday, President Ma- The fo:'na] blessing of the ye..isitingir Misions (esta-
gloire will inaugurate the new "ite.will be followed.by addresses b-liedstotgie-vmade thet u eu hni-
additions to the Port au Prince from Minister 'Adelphin teison, cal .. ..ssLan't maeh 6usk7
Sagatorium, then later in the af- Secretary of State' for the Inter- round of visits, attended the tra-
ternoon the inaugural ceremony I ur and for National Defense, and additional parties in his honour
will take place at the Housekeep- Brigadier General Antoine Le failed in a homicidal atte. .t
.against the sail~f~sh of La Gona-*
ing School on Rue Bonne Foi. velt,. Chief of Staff of the Hal- agn to
tian Army. a General Hood and his .
Winding Up The Day Tuesday morning's scheduleGederl oodlan wfro-
A mass meeting will be organiz- also includes i'bauguration of the arri'ederb official plane Mo-
ed ih fav'our of the President principal unitsof Cit6 Magloire .dly"ereaguestsrof Col.
5:00 p in.at Cit! Mag.bire I, fol I.i, the nearly-completed Work-Rd d t
'and Mrs. R~ddle at a cocktail par'-
lowed by a 6 o'clock reception men's housing projecLt sited op I- an Mrs Ptddle a ckl Par
at the residence, in tPeti6nville, the slope behind Bowen Field. [ a eob
of Labour .Minister and -Mrs. Jac- Chief architectural triumph of evening.
qmes Frangois. the magnificent. -construction pro 'aisThe congenial atmospherewa s-
S.TPP.plns re ciem tablished in the opener was ss
S.I.-P.P. plans free cinemna.(o (ed npge2) Continued on page.,
shows aani meetings in Bel Airt (Cni onued on page 2,.
and Lo Saline to wind up the day. .__ ______ __
Early Tdesday, President-Ma-
gloire wil receive the -salule: .
from the Palace Guard and in's-
peet the troops. Officials, friends,
Union representatives, political
and social groups will be welcom- .. '.
ed at the Palate to present their
wishes to the Chief of Stale.- W
At 10:00 a.m. President Ma-
gloire will lay the first stone f't-
the Military City north of Chan-


2-day Programme
Opens Tomorrow

Schools, dams and workmen's
cities, symbolic of President
Paul M.agloire's term of office,
will be inaugurated tomorrow
and Tuesday in honour of the
fifth anniversary of his investi-
tUare.
The project-minded President
will a].o lay the first stone for
a new slaughterhouse and a new
market iC'oix des Bossales) in
Port au Prince, inaugurate a new
wing on the Sanatorium, and at-
tend Ihe football match between
Violette and Racing.
The programme will get under-
way tomorrow when the Chief
de Sac for the 10:00 a.m. stone-
layving ceremony of the 56m. Iong
dam to be built on 'Riviere Blan-
che.
The darnm will be the heart of a
50(0-hectate irrigation system,
later will be used to generate hy-
dro-electric power for drilling a
series of forty wells. Agricultur-
al production is expected to
reach $Sl.000.000 annually. Mr.
Charles Blajnks director of Point
IV is scheduled to speak on the
occasion.
Next on' the prog-ramr is the
massive Dam built on the Rivi&-
re Grise tCroix des Bouquets) by
SBrown & Root engineers this
year. The Dam,, replacing the
previous construction swept away
by Hurricane Hazel, is 80 meters
long across the top, irrigates
9,000 hectares of land.
The 'President will then launch
a drive for increased mechanised
work in the area and a support-
ing speech will be made by Agri-


fire Raqes In Borel Repair Shop.


05.000 Dollar. Lost. Work Slowed
fii


and two
leaped
Pa gnole-


T uetaiis n1 the Borci fire whicn neignour'ng warehouse t, ne _______________ ______
bstroyed close to $35.000 of commented. .
brown and Root" material Sun- "Yes'. he replied to one of our Mme. Magloire
ay night %ere supplied to the questions. '.%ork was slowed
uno by J.B. Davenport. Pur- do, c n a little by the repair store Decorated
asing Director of the company. I being mu1-but it would have
few minutes before he board- been a lot ,v.wrse if tile warehousee By Pope
Sa Mianmi clipper Wednesdav had hb'?en destroyed t. "---'- -
buy replecements fur the tools .Mr Davonport said he expect. Mad-me Paul E. Magloir'. \wile
rild eouinment lost in the flames. eJ he ",.'oiJcl be away "about a of the President of the Republic,
The fire fartcd when a light [,.v.c-ek ; bu.'ing replacementsfor v.a dcco'-rted Ftday morning
)lib with which a mechanic was the -Lore. with thle Croix d'Or Ecclrsia ct
working -exolnded ignitine 5,000 Deith of A Policeman Prntifice by the Papal Nuncito
gallons of Diosel oil. Company Th tra.-ui' leath nf a police i A15MonsCiOn.i" LUii Raimniondij.
SernpPlov?es battled the blaie from I ni, in i i'-uik accident which The hlonour w'as conferred on
: 7:30. to 10 30 p.m. \''h.n they t,. *,,. ,r ,., "Il r a rescue squad [.idani? n'irloi ln by Ii H tli.
Siall- extin'. 0hi' N tilhe or]-f: ; i zt n'*,r --.. ,- it; way to ''rr th'. Po,-,e itn r-co nitlon of
, flames, MrI. Dacunpurt said. EiBc-el., ah.o r plaincd by Mr. her cluiritatblc woil ks ini aidinga
SirIt \\wa a good tiling we kept Da enport. the poor nind unfortunate of her
.the fire from spreading to the (Contr>iied on puqe 171cluiltry.
s.


Mbitr. P'aidn E. A,'lriloi re,"t-',,--' .Crm.r d Or E-lcsia et Poati' ".


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PAGE ~.. HAITI SKIN SUNDAY, December 4th 1955


Le Cap Schoolboy
EAttending Forumi
In New York
Chosen to represent Haiti at
s i sthe annual Youth For'um of the
New Yo r k Mirror, seventeen-
year-old Jacques Friborg of Cap
Hlaitiren left Port au Prince via
P.A.A. November 30 for two-
%,ee' :s in New York.
The Forum, whose general
theme is (,Youth accepts the
Challenge of the Changing
World >, opened yesterday with
more than 800 participants. The
.theme is to be developed in five
panel disenssions and summa-
Sations will be presented in the
form of resolutions.
.. Austria, British West Indies

THEY HAVE ONE THING IN COMMON and it isn't their taste in Art Canada, Cuba, Greee, Haiti, Ire. the
Famous Haitian primitive St. Brice (rilt) was visited by Mr. Eugene land, Israel, Korea, Pakistan, the
Lyans anti-conbmniist crusader and a leading U.S. authority on TRs- Philippines and Portugal have





twmg t th Hoel or eak nomater her thir uesingmnsen reprgesentaties. They wiitlas
sin when Mr. and Mrs. Lyons'vacationed in Haiti recently. Mr. Lyons exchange opinions on timely to-
was -u.nim-pressed by primitive art, said -that kind of thing is only'
wauable when the artist has leaned to draw a straight line first-. pi ies with High School students
ualatabe whn te aristhas eared t drw Ifrom the Metroulolitan area and
St. Brice Made. -no comment, paintings by the artist who started freeto ooseanyrone
pain-ting in his late forties are still one of the top.billed attractions five panels. Discussions are led
of Haitian art dealers. The common denominator was time Both
are fifty-four rears old. by spokesmen elected by the con-
Mr. Lyons eonmmented that he had never met people so auare of ferees.
their national heritage as the Haitians. ,The way people talk of the York's Mayor Robert F. Wagner
Heroes of the Independence, one would think they are still alive', and U.S. Senator Estes Kefauver
he said. g~gO5N among the speakers at the lunch-
Another judgement passed after his stay was unreserved praise eon session which is to be the
of the Oloffson food. The author and his wife made a point or re- concluding event.
turning to the Hotel for meals, n4o matter where their questing minds The delegates will visit Was-
Led them-during their investigatory vacation. hington early this week.


NO FISH FOR'
(Continued from page 1)
trained through a series of social
and business engagements which
Included, a visit to the Chief o
the Haitian Air Force Colone
Edouard Roy a reception by th
local air aces at Hotel Choucot
ne Tuesday night, and calls o
General Levelt, Haitian Arnn
tChief of Staff," Minister Adelphi
%ipon, *eeretary of State of th
Interior and National Befens
.an4 other 'igh ranking Arm
f"era.
friendlyly unassuming Genera
Hood admitted a taste for fist
being a fishing fanatic. He de
being a hishing'fanatic. He des
cribe44t'as a healthy and media
n flAAk L--




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HE GENERAL
tative sport, also confided that
fishing clubs are the best places
to make friends. The General's
biggest catch was a 900 lb. Blue
Martin off the Peruvilan Coast.
Plumbing the deepest waters
of the La Gonave Bay, General
Hood and his party baited for
sailfish, but the only catch. was.
a healthy, youIg Bonita (weight
unknown) hooked by the Gener-
al's wife from the deck of La
Liberte II


Gift Shop. Beautiful gifts
for Christmas. Costume and anti-
que jewelry, bags, handkerchiefs,
scarves, lingerie, etc. From $1.
up. Chez Bebe Germaini, Lalue
(next to Coles).


MINISTER BONHOMME-
ON INSPECTION TRIP TO
VICTIMS OF uKATY*
The Under-Sedretary of State
for National Economy, 'Mr. Ernest
Bonhomme, flew last Thursday,
via plane of the Haitian Army, to
Anse-A-Pitre on West of the island
to inspect the emergency operat-
ipns being carried out for the vie-
tims of Hurriceane cKatya. He was
accompanied by Captain Bazile.

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*3S

Be sure to include
VILLA CREOLE
on your itinerary

*


THURSDAY
FAMOUS CREOLE
BUFFET


Monday Night -is
MODEL-NITE:
Fashion Show During Dinner


VILLA CREOLE
ORCHESTRA Tuesday Night
HEAR THE FIVE PIECE BARBECUE
HAITIAN STYLE
mand hear Haitian music at its best!!
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JEFFERSON SCHOOL
SPEAK
ENGLISH In a Short Time
FRENCH


iton ca: 2240 Professional translations confidN
(Ruelle Waag and Ave. Chemin des Dalles Tel: 3201)
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LOW PRICES!


. .. .....


Grand Opening of FOOD FAIR

AT LALUE '
SATURDAY DECEMBER 3, 1955
MEAT, VEGETABLES, POULTRY, FRUIT, CAKES, ETC.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
ANYWHERE

LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS (ALL IMPORTED):

FILLET: $1.0S lb, FLANK STEAK .9Octs; PORK CHOPS
.90cts.; PIj'S TROTTERS .30ets;


xxx
TURKEY: FROM 9 15 lb. .S9cts lb. FROM 16 22 lb. 79cts
; DUCKS .94cts. lb.; HAM $1:30 lb.
xxx
APPLES .30cts. lb.; GRAPES .50 ets. lb.; LETTUCE 47cets
Super head.


SHOP IN AIRCONDITIONED COMFORT


; FOOD FAIR

AND SAVE

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HAITI SUN


SUNDAY, December 4th' 1955





SUNDAY. Dlce'.nb:rr Ith 'Mif -HAITI SUN PAGE 3


EVER VO I.OSS IS HEARTH CANVASES TO BE EXHIBITED DECEMBER 9

TO !i ROUBY CHAM ANTONIO JOSEPH'S JOURNEY TO SUBJECTIVITY
U,11 CLOVE'S 'TO PI AV IIOST 'WHEN MIOT:E.'S NEAR-BY


A favorite stuffed dog in his arms
By JEAN WARDLOW
Herald Staff Writer
It didn't take long for little
Robert Franqois to make his
own'spec;al place in the home
of Col. Philipe Chain, Haitian
consul general, and his wife.
The way this newly-adopted
young man understands French,
you'd think he came from their
native Port-au-Prince instead of
Havana. And the wa& he under-
mates' English, you'd think he
had lived here for most of his
two years.
The Chamns have frankly lost
their hearts to Boddy, who re-
centlly returned with Mrs. Chain
from a. Haiti visit. You would,
too, if you followed this chub.
by young man around the
house.
For instance: Bobby loves to
play host.
with no encouragement, he'll
pass a dish of potato chips from
guest to guest, the chips bal-


aI would like to reproduce the
subjectss borrowed from social
reality. I would like to be the
painter of the humble and the un-
fortunate...'; said Antonio Joseph
in 1945 when he stood on the
brink of his brilliant career.
Joseph could look back on his
own struggle, his own life as an
unfortunate and he could pity
others who had never found the
escape exit. He vowed then to
paint for them.


-To a certain extent he has kept
his promise, and hlie certainly has
not turned his back on the sim-
plc people among whom ha 'was
bred. But his genius is much too
Bobby romps between Col. and Mrs. 'ubtlp anda r tv.act ever to assure
danced -omewhat precariously. is claim s te pointer of th
Of cour-e, he'll dip in himself 'umible.
1,am time to time. After all, a Born to poor Haitan parents in
young man needs nourishment the ram-shackle Dominican vil-
for this host playing. lage of Barahona thirty four
He likes, too, to serve. iced years ago, Joseph's early teens
drinks. He'll maneuver a glass were marked by the horror of the
'37 massacres. With his mother
to a guest like a short man and her two other children A-
struggling with a 500-pound tonio fled across the border reach
weight. But no catastrophes so
far. Ing Port au Prince after weeks of
Bobby's quite a cigaret light- footsore plodding.
er, too. Not a burned finger to With almost no formal.educa-
date or a burned nose. But tion, but an amazingly quick
you'd better get it on the first mind the sixteen year old boy
S light. After that the lighter set out to earn a living in Haiti
gets warm and Bobby doesn't and a few ears later became ap-
I like to hold it. prenticed to a tailor.
S And if you like big eyes roll- But Antonio's heart -was in
ing up your way when you talk, more artistic forms of creation
Bobby's just your boy. They're than sewing. A music student at
usually following Mother right Escuela before his pilgrimage
now. Wherever she goes, Bob- to Port au Prince, he was among
by's shoes are close behind, the first arrivals at the Centre
I But Father is the patient kind. d'Art when it opened in 1945.
i He knows that in a few years... He was enthusiastic from the
,I'll wait's said Col Chamin. start and riptly followed his tut-


Robbj gives his adopted Papa. Col. Philppe Chain a light.
Herald Staff photos by Bill Sanders.
jOOOOO 6~OOOOo~OOO@O O~e*OOOOOOOO


or De witt%' eters tor a few
weeks. Then one day Antonio Jo-
seph disappeared.
A.ft er a brief period of
tvel silento. he re-appeared at'
Sthe art center with a series of
original watercolours which set
eyes popping through the city.
aHre was our first sensations,
Director Peters reminesceR. *And
at the time we needed something
like that ve'-y badly. Hi. sudden


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ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS EVE
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AWAY GOES Eski on a tiny sled dravy by a AT SANTA'S house Eski is welcomed by Mrs.,
team of snowshoe rabbits--Frosty, Friezy Claus. "I've never seen Santa so worried,"
and Frisky-to Santa Claus' North Pole head- she tells the Eskimo child. "Something ter-
quarters to find out why the Good Saint has rible has happencd--but you're just in time.
asked so urgently for the Eskimo child's aid. Sania and i.-, t;iends are in conference now."

BE WISE CHRTAUMS--WP EARLY AT


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ESXI is welcomed to the meeting by Santa Claus and Santa's and Eski's aid friends, who all
are there--Doc Dickery, with his mouse Little Squeaker, Old Ike N. Fixxit, Professor A. B. C.
Doe, E., F. O. (tiat means Engineer, First'Grade), and Mister Weatherbee, the WeatherMaker.
Santa explains to Eski about the old sleigh finally becoming too worn out to make the Big
Tr:p once more on Christmas Eve. "Can you help us, Eski?" Santa asks. (To Be Continued)

Li ":LLE CREOLE


and his almpressions of the U.S, jed into a siubje-tive artist an im-
was Utagd' by the Art Center. pressionist who ,has mastered
The exhibition showed the ar- the art of .uperconscious sagges-
tist's tremendous sensitivity and lion.
seemed to reflect a struggle to Emotional accuracy and impact
thread his way through the baf- hve been substitute.
flement of the big cities of the Even in a purely decorative
United States. design, Antonio Joseph manages
He saved,'enough from living to convey a-personal message ab-
expen3cs sr.anted on the scholar- sent from his simple daisy pat-
ship to build and fugnish 'a-5 tern. Colour is laid on in a man-
room house at Cartefour for his ner which suggests an old tapest-
\vife and 2 daughters.. De witt ryo a delicate antique vase, some-
Peters drew up the plans. 'thing precious and very delicate.
Now, a year since his last ex- Mr. Jose Gomez Sicre, Chief
hibition. Antonio Joseph has ga- of the Pan American Union's
there his forces for another im- Visual Arts Center wrote of the
pact on the Art World. His can- artist in his Preface to the An-
vases will be seen on the Centre's tonio Joseph Exhibition:
tValls December 9. I .More than ten years ago, I
President Magloire chose the met Antonio Joseph as one of the
brilliantly effective *Vendeu- young students at the Centre
se m d Art, which had just come into
And two of the prize pieces being. As he spoke Spanish he
^ prize p was more .accessible to me thin
in the exhibition were snapp- s the o es als discuss at
ed up by Alen dwar theothers; also we discussed at:
ed up by Allen Edward length his interest in art and
Artel for the San Francisco w a h w is he o t re ain i
Museum of Modern Art. The what. he wished to realise in his
Museum of Modern Art. The painting...He, liked Haitian the-
first, eRue Etroitev is a sensitive es ant treated them ieffec-
study of the other-world streets tivey with a richly varied pe-
of down-town Port au Prince tite. At that time he expressed
when the life of darkness.takes himself through t he medium of
over from that of the day.. Here water-colour which he lad studi-
the artist's style lends itself to ed under De Witt Peters...
an impression of darkness with- v The years pas*d, and" al-
out any loss in clarity. Silhouett- though I was aware that Joseph
ed figures and patches of light continued to produce and to ex-
profiuce an effect of urgency and hibit I had no opportunity of
intrigue while maintaining the following his progress. But at
i:ceptive quality of night, the end of 1954, he came to see
The later work, ematernit6,, me in my office and to show me
showvs the .painter of the hum- the results of his experience in
bless, the translator.of social rea- New York. His vision had ripen-
lity that Joseph promised to be- ed and his work progressed tow-
come. And it shows a lot more. ards a more complex and subtle
Close-knit and economical,7he form, interpreting rather thar,
painting depicts a mother and ,describing the subject, so I invit-
child, very casually identified, ed him to cxhibi, at the Panam-
strbngly pervaded -by an infinite eric-n Union-and in the Summer
tenderness mingled with a resi- 'of that year he put on a one-man
nation suggesting despair, show1 of 'the paintings achieved
But the masterpiece of the in the United States...
show, is Joseph's final work, .I have seen nothing by hinm
finished only this month, since, with the exception of one.
and'there is rni social reform, hu- painting which I was happy to
miity or misfortune there I see showed he had developed his
A gigantic nude, lithe and fe- pictoral powers considerably tow-
line, is chosen as Joseph's sub- ards a more subjective approach
iect. And his treatment of the to the subject-


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success gae the Anrt Center the study is sophisticated yet primiti-
impetus it needed.' vely powerful.
The self-educated artist also Erotism circulates through th'
showed am.,zing linguistic abili- reclining curves, swirls and cul-
ty and picked up Englisl and minutes behind the langurous
French in addition' to his initial eyes and is reflected through
'command.of Spanish and Creole. never ending vistas of perspec-
SIn 1953 Joseph was granted a tive in the background of super.
Guggenheim fellowship to study imposed, vaguely-defined squares.
in the United States for a year. Joseph shows a predilection
But the Art Center's recommen- for mauves and unreal greens
nation that he study with an A-' and a subjectivity is introduced
merican artist was flatly refused, which was completely lackieng
influence of another artist would At first an objective painter,
only be harmful.:., the Guggen- h e could do nothing unless the
heim jury decreed. -- subject were present while
A year later, after his return he worked. lie' reproduced
front New York, Joseph was rea- \ with visual accuracy and-
toin shnw what he hard learned fidelity. No;,' lie has develop-





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HAITI SUN -


SUNDAY, December 4th 1955


S SC's Alan H. Smith, and his'wife, spent the week here taping
sounds from the market, the streets and the fields where peasants
work... The sounds are to be used in an NBC story on Haiti...
He IS NORMAL antil he brings his arms forward then it's evident
something is missing, or his arms start at -the neck... That is the
story of a little bo:., of twelve who lives at Bizoton... He is extremely
clever, very jolly arid quite talented and, it is reported, his ambition
Sis to enter.a circus in the USA...
GUY DUROSIER is expected home December 20... Bambocheurs are
defrosting the hip-joints in anticipation of the return of Haiti's melody-
making master of rhythm... Guy will be accompanied by his new wife,
ex Hindu dancing girl... I
FRENCH INSTITUTE officials this week announced that an exhibit-
ion of Andre Levdque's paintings will be held there December 17...
Leveque is a talented Haitian artist...
Commodore Leslie W. (Cassanova) Patke? rushed to Washington
last week for a secret mission and returned with her via Panama Line
Tueasday... The newly-weds (the bride is the former Miss Lorraine
Pitts) are honeymooning at Madame Ganot's Hotel Simbie...
Pro Photographer Millicent White is proving a businesswoman as
well as an artist in her management of Le Perchoir. store... Young
Coroneos is speaking fluent Italian and. singing well ... The
music student v'A recently visited in Milan'by his parents Mr. and
Mrs. Byron Coroneos. .. David Holden 'London Times. scribe in Was-
hington stayed over another night when his plane w'as delayed, left
Monday on the clipper Plymouth rock for Miami where he will pick
up his auto for the journey up to the U.S. Capital...
Mrs. Louise de Lespinasse and daughter Colette returned Monday
from a lengthy yisit td New York.
"- A new poultry, meat and vegetable market was opened to the public
this week when 'The Food Fair', -at Lalue inaugurated its service
of frozen meats and vegetables...
WALTER t SAFETY) SMITH, usually cautious ex-safety director of
Peligre. forgot one important detail: he should have touched wood
when ire reported the -Sun. 'before departure last month that the
Arbibnite Dam had scored a safety record with-only two lives 'lost
in 13 znd a half million working hours... Since the report accidents
have been stepped up by the Fates...-


TEE EULLFT!N.V SEES FOR ITSELF what makes Haiti a top-attraclion
jor cw.szis. i. Walter Wilson, Travel Editor of the Philadelphia
ne: -r.-eJ' r largest afternoon circulation in the U.S.) takes in the
-L, r':-.,rhioir' scenery while a Mardi Gras group ipake music. Mir.
V.'',.;: ;~pent a few 'ays in Haiti lost week on his way around lhei
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THAITI SUN
STHE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER 11
S Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
EDITOR-PUBLISHER BECINARD DIEDERICH :t
S GERANT-RESPONSABLE PALL E. NAJAC

WHO IS THE LOVELIEST OF THEM ALL?
Haiti has some of the most beautiful women in the world,
but visitors to Santiago de Cuba's Carnival min July will agree
that our Mardi Gras queens often could be prettier and more
sparkling.
Our carnival queens should represent the loveliest of them
all, the most beautiful and attractive of Haiti,s fair sex.
To ensure this, the selection of queens should be carried
out in public and by the public. Just as the people have a
right to choose their representatives in Parliament, so should
they be entrusted with the choice of their rulers in the Mardi
Gras. Then all other considerations which might prejudice
the choice of a queen by a jury would be eliminated. Beauty
and charm would be the sole deciding factors.
The handicap to selecting the most beautiful girls would
be lessened by the institution of a system of popular selection
as the most rhythmic meringues are picked for the festival
by the Port au Prince crowd.
But there still would a major problem to overcome. Some
very beautiful girls do not enter the lists because of one rea-
son or another modesty, false modesty, archaic ideas, par-
ental disapproval or a score of others. If the girls were not
asked to send in their own pictures but were submitted for
candidacy by appointed talent scouts, the number of entrants
would be greatly increased.
Girls should consider it an honour .to be singled out for
candidacy, and an even greater honour to be selected by
their people as the most beautiful of their young womanhood.
Whatever her station in the community, it should still be a
thrill for a young girl to be chosen for a place on a Mardi
Gras -float.
But the prospect of a royal place in the Carnival would
be'considerably more attractive if greater solicitude were
shown for the young queens.
The Communal Council should see to it that their comfort
and health are not neglected, and if the route is to be as long
this year as "usual, some form of shelter from the sun should
be provided. ,
Delay in getting underway should also be minimised. There
was one incident a few years ago when the sovereign of the
Maritimas float collapsed and had to be rushed home for me-
dical attention.
The cruel ordeal under the sun could be avoided also by
scheduling the beginning of the Carnival parade for late af-
ternoon; and, as is the custom in places like New Orleans,
the parade could continue into the night with lighted floats
and torches.
This would add also to the beauty of the Carnival. And with
an increasing number of tourists visiting Haiti each year to
see the Mardi Gras, it is imperative to increase the spectacle
and life of the festival.
Prettier queens, lighted floats, and a concerted effort by
the people of Port au Prince are needed to give our enchant-
ing old tradition a dash of spice and splendor which will at-
tract more tourists with each new year.
MORE SEATS AT AIRPORT A GREAT NEED
Haiti must constantly renovate and reform to keep step
with the increasing volume of tourism.
One of the more pressing needs for reform is the PanAme-
rican waiting room at Bowen Field.
We were out to farewell a friend last week and were amaz-
ed. to see the number of passengers and friends standing
around, shifting their weight from one foot to the other and
looking totally miserable as they wrestled with small children
and- large suitcases.
To make matters worse the flight was delayed and what
should have been a cheery good-bye became for most people
a never-ending sentence of standing upright trying to wrest
their minds from their feet long enough to make conversation
with their friends. Every seat in the building was sagging from
overload.
TOURISTS LIKE TO PARLE FRANCAIS'
cLa Voix des FemmesA was raised in strident protest this
month against the increasing number of English signs in Port
au Prince.
The newspaper (official organ of oir suffragettes') catego-
rised the merchants who put up signing English as traitors
Sto the language of Voltaire and RouSseau. Furthermore by
* using unscrupulous methods of attracting touristic attention
thsc mcr-_hants a,: dcs,-oyig our Na'tional character as the
only French speaking nation among the twenty-one Latin
American countries.
'Le Jour> added a masculine growl to the cFemme's,
shrill protest. Not only were these signs becoming all too
Popular but the people in Customs and Immigration were
beginning to fire English at incoming passengers, the newspa-
per reported.,
Neither newspaper, however, presented the tourists' react-
10on. to this linguistic change. Merchants fail to realize that
toIr'ists visit a country for a change of atmosphere; they want
%something different*', and even if they are baffled by French,
and feel completely lost, they will get more of an experience
out.of it that way.
i Tourist guides and officials, too, should realize that French
is taught in American schools and tourists love to try their
high school French when they travel to a foreign country.
So, in the interests of local colour, the tourists' ego and
.aiti's individual character, it would be well to say -Bon
jour.> to a tourist instead of ,.Good Morning, and .*Merci. ins-
tead of ,' ' And let's keep the signs French and m'*,'rios. it's more
fun tor foreign shoppers.


HAITI SUN.PG5


their moral and civic responsibi- d u c e d from *, M ON TH L-Y
[nlities for -safety. The watchword MESSAGE,) published at Was-
of this year's S-D Day campaign- hington, D.C. by the National
which includes an intensive ten- Council of Catholic Women.
day lead-up and ten-day follow-up Sent in to Haiti Sun by Mrs. For-
3 drive-is <,Make Every Day S-D tuna Guery. retired schoolteacher
c am- Day.) The President will ask and Dept. of National Educatiori
each governor to proclaim the Inspector. Mrs. Guery stated
Dear Editor: day and to appoint state S&D Day that as a regular reader of Hai-
l noticed in your November 27th i directors. The woman's organiza-, ti Sun, she is grateful for the
issue there was an article on Va- tion can help. All N.C.C.W affi-' campaign in favor of safety driv-
radero Beach, which was very in- plates are urged to cooperate in ing, and pictures of accidents
teresting. their community. which srve as a warning to
I would'like to point out that The aoove was repro- drivers.
the Cubana de Aviacion has a
daily flight from Miami to Hava-
na, then Varadera Beach, return- .. ..'- --4 ,FV ,,,- ..
ing direct' to Miami, and a spe-
cial 30-day excursion rate of $29. /ER F YI. N
50 round-trip. Privileges for stop- ,'G W E E .
overs in Havana and in Varade- W T' E4 "Y
ra Beach make this very conve- KLM TO EUROPE
nient for tourists.
Kindly let your readers in on V$ 00 fc
this treat, bv publishing this in and' saving
your coming issue. ove 1 0r
Cel-so Costa,
Manager Cubana de Aviacion o
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LONDON ENGLAND 1
Dear Sir:
In your November 6th issue, .
under the headline, AT GENEVA .
CORN TALKS, it was stated -
that I was representing Haiti at
the Wheat Conference. It is true
that I had been appointed, but ._ (
my nomination had, unfortunate-
ly, no follow-up. I was never pre- ,"
sent, therefore,'att he Congress.
I would very much appreciate
your making this correction, at x.satact Il On a KLM De Luxe Flight to
your convenience, so that your any city in Europe a family of four -
readers may have, as usual, ac- father, mother and two children between /
curate information. 12 and 26 years of age save $1020 on the'
Remy Bastien round trip I Family Travel Season-Nov. A
DRIVE SAFELY 1 to Mar. 31-makes this big saving pos- "o
Thursday, December 1, 1955, has able. Why don't you give your family a Il'
been designated as Safe Driving Continental Holiday? Th1ee will never .I
Day by President Eisenhower. be a better time! R K OYAL DUTCH
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PAVE6 HATI UN SNDAY Deembe 4th195


Mystery Of Pipi's Murder Solved
Trime magazine (December 3) DEATH OF AN EXILE
has summed up the story of the In the middle of a tree-shaded
murder of Dominican exile Pipi Havana street last August, police
lerniandez climaxing a strange found a corpse with six knife
"ejain of ,vents which spread wounds in the chest and neck.
tough the Dominican Repu- The victim was Identified as Ma-
ic, Cuba and Haiti. nuel Jos6 ,KPipib) Hernandez, 51,
Haitians will never forget the a Dominican exile employed as
4rial of Ulysse Sanchez Hinojosa night foreman on a Havana cons-
and Rafael Graffe Andejar. The traction job. At first the cops
Dominican exiles were acquitted were inclined to write the case
on'extradition charges fi6rom the off as a private-grudge killing.
D.R. efter a Haitian court of Law But last week the murder of Pipi
decided they were Political ex- Hernandez was a subject of im-
ies. An inconspicuous note in .passioned.arguments--and a se-
eEl Caribe three months later rious headache to the Cuban go-
announced that Police Agent vernment.
Ulysse Sanchez Hinojosa had re-
turned to Ciudad Trujillo secret What made the'case a -sensa-
service mission in the Caribbean. tion wiks the charge, insistently
This notice co-incided with the repeated by Dominican exiles,
killing of Pipi Hernandez in Ha- that the murder was plotted by
vana, and sections of the Cuban the government of the Domini-
Press linked the two. -Sanchez can Republic. An outspoken ene.
was accused of the murder of the my of Dominican Strongman Ra-
exile. fael Leonidas Trujillo, Hernan-
Other newspapers held (among dez had organized rallies to op-
them the H a v an a Post, pose Cuban participation in Tru-
El Tiempo and the Haiti jilo's pet project, an internation-
Sun ) that it was probable al fair scheduled to open later
Sanchez w.as kidnapped, and by this month. One of Hernandez'
the same men responsible for Pi- frequent accusations was that
pi's death, assassins hired by Trujillo had
Graffe swore that his compa- murdered Dominican exiles In
union had been abducted, and Cuba and the U.S.
forced to return to the Domini-
can Republic by threats against When murder silenced Hernan-
his family. dez, the influential Havana week-
Last week police held Alejan- ]y Bohemia blamed Trujillo, call-
dro Robinson, who confessed to ed the killing ea repulsive crime
killing Hernandez and fingered by the jackal of the Caribbean.a
Rafael Soler,'akCuban ex-convict The police tracked down one Ale-
as the pay-off man. jandro Robinson, who confessed
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hid offered him $2.0b( to help
kill Hernandez (actually, said Ro-
binson, he collected only $150).
As Robinson told it, a cab driver
named Adan Cespedes had driven
him, Soler, and a third killer to
a side street, where they stabbed
Hernandez to death.


Cespedes confirmed much of
Robinson's confession, added one
interesting detail: I heard Soler
tell Robinson not to worry (about
payment) because the money was
Waiting at the Dominican embas-
sy.o Soler, who earlier in his care-
er served d prison term for murd-
er, denied Robinson's story, al-
though visas stamped iA Tis Ptss-
port showed that he visited the
Dominican Republic just before
the Hernandez killing and
a g a i n just after it. Said
a Cuban official: -,We are sitting
on dynamite. This could be a
highly'embarrassing internation-
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A recent series of completely bizarre stories has almost persuaded To Maison GILG .
this column to switch its masthead -to 'Believe It or Not*, end some
of the tales could only be printed under the heading aBelieve... Not,
as their claim to credibility is less than fragile. ,--.... -''.S
Last weekend, for instance, just as the Haiti Sun was being pieced -
together for the ardors of printing, a collaborateur. rushed in with MN .MMW kigg
bated breath and informed us in a convincing undertone that he had
cornered a scoop. Sheafler'$ Cruil Ensemble, $34.00
Pen. S25 00 Penc;., $9 00
The story was set in the Bolosse suburb of Port au Prince, against
the barking of dogs and crowing of cocks which herald the approach
of dawn.
A'burette (ubiquitous Haitian version of the wheelbarrow, equipped 4 "'0 ,
with' rubber tyres) was commanded to meet a woman at an address
in Bolosse in the early hours of a morning last week. The woman kept :* '
the rendez-vous and supervised loading.of a mattress, a trunk and other '-.
articles of furniture on the burette. As the man pulled towards the G'and'Rue, his customer suddenly ,E 'RYONE
exclaimed that she had forgotten something, then she started back ..
ordering the man to continue and assuring him she would catch up ... / .
with him. ..
Arriving at the Portail Leogane police post, the burette man appa- i
rently thought it prudent to call a halt and await the woman, as it is *
not wise to circulate alone with a loaded Wheelbarrow during the early
hours of the morning when burglars are abroad. Sheaffer' SentInel Ensemble. $27'50
The man waited vainly for several hours and finally decided to hand Pen, $20.00 Pencl1, $7 50
over his load to the keepers of law and order. A /'''


The shabby furniture was stowed in a corner of the post but in the
forenoon the lawmen began to be suspicious and the aroma from the
trunk suggested perishable contents.
So they opined iit, and inside they found the body of a man. We
have been investigating the story but so far, have been mnab'e to ve-
rify it.
In any-other country the Daily Press would have been screaming
about the .Terrible Trunk Tragedy. or 'The Mistery of the Madame's
Malette. long sgo but our journals have been silent.


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Article 61 a).-All vehicles must carry, day and night, a clearly
visible license plate in front and behind obtained from the Police after sc
the owner has duly settled with the Tax Office the taxes demanded. r
The said license plate will be given free of cost and will remain the H
property of -the State to which it must be returned for renewal, v
ib) The tourist or foreign businessman intransit in Haiti who lands p
With his car, will immediately register it with -the police after filling
'the formalities required by Customs. This registration is free of cost: ti
c) Nevertheless he will be liable to paynient of all taxes involved L
if he 'prolongs this stay above the time decided .on by the immigration a
laws. .w
d) A opermis de sejolr'is not required in this case.
e) Violation of one of the paragraphs of this article will make its in
author liable 'to a fine of Fifty (rourdes. and in the case of non payment u
imprisomnent for ten days. (See articles 7 and 5 of he Traffic Law). cc
Article 62 a ).-License plates are non negotiable and will be placed t,
oWy on the cars for which they are obtained. li
b) The infractors of this article, lenders and receivers will be liable o
1p a fine of seventy-five gourdes and in the case of non payment im- a
prisonment for fifteen days. .s
Article 63.-Whoever is caught driving a ear without license plates c
will be fined seventy-five gourdes and, in the case of failure to pay n
the fine, imprisoned for fifteen days.
Article 64.-Tractors or other vehicles of this kind must" have r. v
license plate placed at the back. Their owners are subject to the same t
fornmalities demanded of the owners of automobiles and will be p'u- a
nished in 'the.same way as that described in the preceding article. c
Article 65 a).-The Administration of the Tax Office in agreement o
with the Police Department will decide upon the number of demons- t
tration plates to be given to agents of'various cars in accordance with t
the*volume of sales-of their establishments, (Art. 14 of the Law). c
b) Receivers of demonstration license plates are personally respon-
sible to 'the Police Department for their use and may not use them r
for personal ends, lend or exchange them under pain of having the C
license plates withdrawn. t
c) A3l infractions of this article will be liable to a fine of seventy n
/five gourdes and in the case of non payment imprisonment for fifteen s
days, without having any effect on the other punishments set forth 1'
i the rentt rules, such as in Chapter 11, Art. 22. S
In the ease of more than one offense, the license plate will be con- 1
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Article 66 a).-In the case of a project for the sale of a vehicle, J!
especially one with a demonstration license plate a 'respite of 24 a
hIurs is accorded to the purchaser, to try the vehicle. M
b) Once the sale has been decided, ihe purchaser should immediate- r(
% return the license plate to the vendor and present himself without "I
delay at thie Police Station to fill the formalities described in Chapter cI
IL, art: 2 of the'reae tlaw." ..
c) Ayone who fails $o conform to the prIkent article will be liable
A, a fine of 25 gourdes and in case of-non payment'imprisonment for
,eight days.
Artic'i 67 a).-It will be necessary to have a special license plate
for mechianJeics; this plaque will bear the. name of the establishment and
.a serial number, it will be used -only by the qualified persoriel of the
garage for the trial of vehicles which *are being repaired, in the case
.pbMre these, vehicles have no license plates.
b) It is formally forbidden to use these plates after dark.
c I All infractions of this article will be punished in the way. des-
C' dd n Article '65, paragraph: d, etc. of the same Chapter.
Article 68.-License plates should always be kept clean and placed
in evidence in such a fashion that they may be read at a glance. All
chauffeurs found circulating with dirty or damaged license plates
which are illegible will be liable to a fine of fifteen gourdes or im-
Sprisonment for five days.
Article 69 a).-In the case of loss or deterioration of the plates, the
chauffeur should immediately advise the nearest police post and as
soop as possible fill out the necessary requirements to obtain a new
plaque from the Police. In no case will be authorised to circulate with
a license plate which has not been approved by the Police. (Art. 8 of
,.the Law of Sept. 19.1953).
b) All infractions of this article will incurr for the author a fine of
25 gourdes or imprisonment for eight days.
SArtice 7.0 a).-Motor car sales representatives must notify the Po-
lice Department of all sales In a letter to the Chief of Police. This
declaration will contain the names and addresses of purchasers as wel'
as the descriptions of cars sold the make, the engine number, seria'
number, number of cylinders, colour, ,type, model angd tonnage. No
exception is made in the case of tractors and other motor vehicles used
industrially or agriculturally.
b) Also they must submit each quarter to the Bureau de Police,
Traffic Department, a detailed report declaring the number of vehicles
of all types imported as well as the number of new vehicles sold dur-
ing_the quarter.
c) Infraction of the present article %ill incur a fine of seventy-five
gourdes and in the case of non payment imprisonment for fifteen days.
Article 71 a).-The license (patente) of a vehicle must be renewed
each year (See the tax Traffic Law); it is subject to the rule of the
financial year which lasts from October 1 to September 30.
b) The patent may only be divided in cases where unlicensed cars
are sold or returned during the preceding exercise. In this case the
owner should give back the plate to the Police Department not later
than September 30.
c) Only cars belonging to the State and used exclusively for public
services and those of foreign diplomats and members of international
organizations are exempt from the taxes established by this Law, ex-
cept in .the case of members of companies whose contract with the
Government makes 'them exempt trom such taxes. Nevertheless the
President of .the Republic, the Ministers and Under Ministers (Sec
Decree, of Sept. 16 1952, Le Moniteur September 23 1952) will always
have .the rjght of an official plaque and will benefit from the privi-
leges attached thereto.
d) Officials who have a right to an official plaque are not exempt
from taxes established by the Traffic Law. They should like other driv-
ers observe and respect, the present rulings.


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SUDAN BORN ARTIST
AMIL ALl
PAINTING HERE'
Jamil All, artist, drunimer and
sometime actor (bit part in Car-
men Jones), who is wintering in
[aiti with his sketch pad, will
isit the Dominican Republic by ]
amion this week for a few days.
On his return the Sudanese ar-
st will move from his Portail
eogane apartment to a $1:50 c
month home at Petit, Goave
'here h6 will do rural studies.
Jamil Ali, who took up paint-
ig about a decade ago after
transferring to the U.S. and be-
oming naturalized, has spent
vo months in Haiti doing big-
.inbed, benignly satirical studies
f Haitian peasants, drummers,
nd dancers that bear a strong
suggestion of traditional Mexi-
an art, but with a sardonic hu-
mour added.
Bearded,,dark skinned Jamil
vas born -at Omdurman, where
he White Nile'meets the Blue,
and early in life joined the crew
of a P & 0 liner. At the outbreak
of World War II, he enlisted in
the U.S. Armed Forces and was
hus able to become and Ameri-
:an citizen.
The thirty-five-year-old. tBohe-
ne, has played the drum in a
Calypso band, *bat tambourD for
he meringue, worked for the ci-
nema, painted and learned to
peak English with four difffe-
ent accents ... his own native
Sadanese, Midwestern, New York r
r and West Indian.
He is rapidly adding another i.
ialect to his repertoire-Creole, t
nd expects to know Pis way s
round in that language before c
turning to the U.S. in June, 'i
l'heure "I commence fait plus y
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To Celebrate This Event By An Act Of Wisdom.
To show You How much.. it appreciates Your Co-operation tnd Fidelity.

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Profit by this for Yourself and Your Family
Make Your Christmas Purchases Now
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Ancien Nouveau
Culottes soie et garniie $ 0.80 0.50 p,
Soutien superfoipe $ 2.00 1.20 V(
Jupon soie 'et garni $ 4.00 3.00 V(
[upon peau de soie $ 2.50 1.50 Q
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rarlatane $. 3.50 2.50 Q
Demi-jupon de soie $ 2.00 1.50 Sc
Chemisede nuit $ 5.00 3.50 S
Robes pour enfant $ 3.25 2.00 cl
Culotte enfant garnie s $ 1.20 0.70 c]
Culotte enfant $ 1.00 0.60 A]
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Napperons anglais . $ 4.00 2.00
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Serviettes (assiettcs) $ 0.50 11.40
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Costume 0e hain $8.00 5.00C
role de fi ,lreland .. $ 1.0 1.20.
Broderic anglaise $13, 14, 15.00 8.00 cc
;hantung de soie $. 1.20 0.80 Pc
gabardine cuton $ 1.00 0.80 P3
-oton chdmbray $ 1.20 0.80 Sv
chambray inprinim -. $ 0.80 0.60 C
Voile anglais $ 0.80 0.60 CL


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$ 15.00 12.50
$ 20.00 17.50
$ 20.00 17.50
$40.00 25.00
$ 5.25 4.00
$ 7.00 5.00
$ 2.50 2.00
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$ 6.oo 4.00
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Ave. Marie-Jeanne
Cite de l'Exposition


I Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Phone: 2061.
P.O. Box: 433


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SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK IN PORT-AU-PRINCE


NATIONAL PALACE


ChIamp de Mars
Open dally except Sunday from 8-2
Raising Lowering of Flag, S a. m.-5 p. m.

NATIONAL MUSEUM









Champ de MaN
Open daily except Sundays

PALAIS DES BEAUX ARTS

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Aux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Open daily from I S
Art ExhDbtlions

MUSEE DU PEOPLE HAITIEN






AixPalmnitaea Exposition Grounds
.Open dally from 3 5
For further information
see your Travel Agent


FOYER DES ARTS PLASTIQUES
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Aux Pilmustea, Expositlon Grounds
OPh daily hrom 9 5
Peimnakent Art Ezbhhitua


ART CENTER

Rue de la
Si U6volution


Phone: 2055


.Open daily except Sunday from I I
Current Art Shows


IRON MARKET










Open daily from 6 4
Special Market days on Saturdays


METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL

ABASILIQUE
de Notre-Dame
(Catholic)




Pelion Plaza
Open daily from 4 -6

COLONIAL CATHEDRAL


0 Oldest Church
In Port au Prince
For visit hours see
Your Travel Agent


Petlon Plaza L
Open daily

ESPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL







Rue Pave (Near PAA Offices)
Open dally
Famous for Its beautiful Haitian Mmual


THEATRE DE VERDURE







Aux PalmIstes, Exposition Grounds
Open Tuesdays and Tlhursdays
Evening for folklore showl


STADIUM PAUL E. MAGLOIRE






Rue Durand
Boxing and Track Field events.
Football (Soccer) Matches
Thrice a week at night
For further information Phone: 3015

COCI*-FIGHT ARENA







Aux Palmlstes. Exposition Groundl
Eight Saturdays afternoonl
rind Sundays morning


UNDERSEA GARDENS


. Iromul


Port-au-Prince Bay
Glass bottom host leaves
Dally Casino Pier 9:30 a.m.


La Belle Cr6ole


~Rue Romx




The Caribbean's Most
Unique SrioppLng Canter
Open daily from 8 5 Phone: 3171

MUSICAL FOUNTAIN







Cite de I'Exposltion, rxpositiou Grornds
Classical Concerts
a'l Wednesday and Sunday nights
from 7 18 p. m.

PLACE DES HEROS






Champ da Maoa
Open Auditorium
Sunday Concerts frm 7-9 p.m.
For further information
see your Travel Agent

PETION DESSALEN




Rue
MOr. Gudxeoux


Open daily except Sunday


RENDEZ VOUS









CIte de l'Exposition
Air-conditioned Bar-dancmi
Open from sunset to munrising


Le Perchoir




Boutilliers
S World-renowned
Mountain-top Restaurant,
Dancing and Gift Shop
Phone: 2105

CASINO INTERNATIONAL






Cite de I'Exposltlen
Gambling and Dancing
Open every night
Floorshow on Wednesdays Phone: 3076


CABANE CHOUCOUNE


P6tionvmIle
Famous Nightclub
Open on Saturday Nights Phone: 780

HOTEL RIVIERA


Phone: 3151
Martissant.
Air-conditioned Bar Dancing
Excellent orchestra, folklore floorshows

EL RANCHO HOTEL







Petlonvmle
Dinner dances on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays
Phone: 7888


HOTEL IBO LELE

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Patlonville
I)Lnner dances on
Tuesday and Fridays Phone: 7886
THORLAND CLUB
THORLAND CLUB


Carrefour Road
Swim Cocktalis
Tennis


Phone: 2445


NAL. BANK OF THE REPUBLIC






Geffrard Square
Open daily except
Saturday and Shndays from 9 -'1
Phone: 226308

ROYAL BANK OF CANADA






Geffrard Square
Open daily except
Saturday and Sundays
from 9 -'1 Phone: 2263


AIR LINES




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PAA Phona: 3451
KLM Phone: 2352
DELTA Phone: 3313..
CUBANA Phone: 3200
AVIATION ADH- Phone: 2613 1 .
Compania Doninlcana de AvlacIlon...3725' 1'-

SHIPPING LINES


Panama ..............TIl..........T phone: 3451
Colnmar ....................................... 32. 08
Trans-Atlantle ..........................;.... 2691
W astley .......................................... 3867
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CATHOLIC SERVICES
Cathedral: 4, 6. 7:30 and 8:30 an.m .
Sacre-Cumur: 5:30, 7. 8:30 anm.
St. Anne: 4, 7 and 8 .m.
St Gdrard: 4. 5:30 and 3:30 a.m.
St Louis de France: 8 and 9 a.m.
Sixtine Chapel (Clt d6-1'Exposltioan
10 a.m.
SLt. Pierre (Petfonvlle): 4, 6, 1
and 9:30 a.m.
Ste. Thdrhse (PdtlonvlUe): 6 am.
EPISCOPAL
Cathedral: French 6 and English 7 am.
French 8 a.m.
Baptist Church: 9 and 19 am.
Presbyterian: 9 and 10 am.
METHODIST
ST. PAUL A.M.E.
4-6 a. m.-9-11 a. m.
11:30 12:30 English
7-9 p m. Evening
METHODIST CHURCH:
Rue de la RIvolutlon:
7:00 English-9:00 French
6:30 Evangelistic service in reolo
BUREAU DU TOURISTS
Avenue Maria-Jeanne.
Cite de I -Txposttion
Phone: 2618
Office hours: 8-1 p.m.


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On this beautiful day (the days are always beautiful in
Haiti) we wish to extend to you our heartiest welcome.
We, as well as everyone in Haiti, want you to have a very
pleasant and enjoyable stay in this lovely and hospitable
Island.
Haiti Sun (your newspaper) in collaboration with La
Belle Creole (your shopping center) have put out this
section of the newspaper in order to give you information
that will help you to make your stay not only pleasant but
profitable.
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Haitian Handowen Fabrics
Haitian Handwoven Rugs
Cameras and Films
SPatek Philippe
OMEGA & Tissot Watches
French Perfumes:
SGuerlain, Dana,
Linvin, Worth,
Patou, Le Gallion,
Caron, Milot,
Carven, Fath
Christian Dior,
Rochas, Chanel,
Schiaparelli,
Nini Rici, Corday,
Raphael, Piquet,
Coty & Houbigant.
Liqueurs:
Courvoisier, Otard,
Bisquit, Hennessey,
- Napoleon, Martell,
Domecq, Drambuie,
SCheery Heering,
Marie Brizard,
SHarvey's Bristol Cream
Annagnac, Chartreuse,
Cointreau,
Haytian Rhum:
Rhum Barbancourt
Hayflan Music:
The Most Complete
Assortment of the
Various Rytdms.
Haytian Voodoo Inspired
Jewelry
Haytian Mahoganyware
Handpainted Tissues
Haytian Sculptored Mahogany
'Heads
Haytian Turtle-shell Jewelry
Jewelry from all over the
World
Exquisitely Beautiful
Beaded Bag.
Hand-embroidered Blouses,
Skirts, etc.
Hand-painted, Skirts,
Kerchiefs, Stoles, etc.
Haytian Paintings
Haytian Ceramics
Haytian Postcards
(we mail them for you).


Dunlop Golf Balls
(great savings)
Dunlop Tennis Balls
(great savings)
Orrefors
Kislav Gloves
Pringle Cashmere
Royal Copenhagen
Indian Embroidered Bags
Petit Point Bags
Limoges
Wedgwood
Minox Cameras


French Chantilly L;aces
Swiss Embroideries
Irish Linens


In Port-au-Prince
everybody meets at
cThe Fountains in
La Belle Creole for
Fruit and Fruit Juices
Eggs and Omelettes
Waffles and-Hot Cakes
Soft Drinks, Beer
Crisp and Cold Salads
Chef's Special
Sandwiches
Ice Creams, Sundaes
Cigars and Cigarettes






Spearfishing Equipment
Bathing Trunks
Native Polos for Men
Dunhill pipes
Borsalino Hats
Rolls Razors


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BE.LLE CREOLE located on purchase, with the guarantee of an or
the terrace of the LE PER- the firm's name, are identical. bas, r
CHOIR, the famous restaurant tian i
on top of BOUTILLIERS der ig
MOUNTAIN, overlooking Port Ne
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Through the wide windows is the
of Le Perchoir Gift Shop the Verdi
shopper's eyes are drawn from attend
the attractive show cases, to the Located in the shop is a bar on
breath-taking beauty or nearly where one can sip Haitian rum Folkk
two thousand squatre miles of punch, tea, coffee, soft drinks-
Hispanlola's plains, mountains or where one can have a'tween Aro
and sea, lying 3.300 feet below, meal snack of s-;dwiches, ca- is the
Spacious, and always cool. ke, ice cream, while shopping. Riviet
Le Perchoir Gift Shop offers The combination of cool corn- edition
the same high quality 'French fort, spectacular view, excel- circul
perfumes. Haitian jewelry, dan- lent merchandise, and refresh- ving c
dicraft, books, paintings and ment, make a shopping trip tn for M
hundreds of other gift items, LE PERCHOIR GIFT SHOP gual
.assembled from the far corners a pleasant and profitable ex- floosi
of the earth, as in the mother perience a high spot indeed da dai
store, La Belle Creole, in town. in your travels, se, a

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above Port-au-Prince and
herald bay. Guests during
nd cocktail hour have a
row seat at one of the most
thing settings ever pro-
for a tropical sunset.
the lights go on and the
ig bayshore is outlined in
ecklace of shimmering
s. On the breezeswept
"e, guests can watch cars
it the Dominican border
les away.

ether it's a thick state-
teak or an ethereal Rum
16, Le Perchoir food is
bly prepared and elegant-
ved. F6lix Gulgnard and
cheAtra provides music for
ig.

e International Casino, a
Establishment run by a
imported from Monte-
Sis ,one of the major
Sof interest during the
ner and winter touttrist sea
There one can dine on
:.it Italian food and later
the gaming tables which
meticulously run under the
vision of the Haitian Go-
nent. On the bay side,
ohestra beats out rhum-
tambos and romantic Hai-
teringues for dancing un-
ie twinkling stars.

.r the Casino in the bree-
pt Exposifion Grounds
SOpen Air Theatre de
ire where visitors can
I the bi-weekly shows pu-i
y the talented National
ore Troupe.

found the curve of the bay
newly remodeled Hotel
ra with its huge air-con-
ed Bamboche Room and
ar bar. The bar's revol-
center serves as the stage
[ichel Desgrottes tri-lin-
crooning and a nightly
how The white-faced Ban-
incer is Minsky's in rever-
comedian par excellence.


By Mary Johnson

Gaiety is keynote of night
life in Port-au-Prince the
gay sophistication of a New
World Paris underlined by the
hypnotic beat of African tam-
hours.

And in keeping with its
French tradition the accent is
on good food in a romantic at-
mosphere. Few places in the
world can offer -a more enticing
blend of these two elements
than Le Perchoir, Haiti's smart-
est restaurant that hovers 3,000


night of the week, Dan Allen's
Rendez-vous across -form the
International Casino goes drong
until all hours. And along
about 1 a. m., the joint is usual-
ly hopping with oldtimne Ame-


Other leading hotels have
special dinner dansants once or
twice a week. Visitors should
not miss an opportunity to hear
Haiti's internationally known
male Dejean Choir which per-
forms at Hotel IbTo Lele on Fri-
day evenings during the Sea-
son. The El Rancho features Ti
Ro Ro, Haiti's number one dru-
mmer, and members of the Na-
tional Folklore Troupe on
Friday evening and other spe-
cial dance nights which vary
according to the season. Hotel
Dambala has a Saturday night
chicken barbeque beside its illu-
minated pool, with and orches-
tra providing music for outdoor
dancing on its marble patio. The
Villa Creole's Big Night is
Thursday evening with a Hai-
tian Buffet served beside its
pool in a gala tropical garden
decor and, of course, dancing.
The roof garden at Hotel Chou-
coune is open for dinner dan-
cing Monday and Wednesday
nights during the season.

On Saturday evening Petion-
ville's thatched-roofed night
club, Cabane Chouooune, is the
mecca of the Capital Elite and
visitors. Alternating orchestras
throb with the rhythm of the
Haitian Meringue, a dance so
simple that visitors need spend
no time on the side 'lines just
looking -on. Though this has
long been the society gathering
spot of the Haitian Capital,
rum and sodas are still served
for .20 a glass. There is an en-
trance fee which varies depen-
ding upon the entertainment
for the evening. The Cabanr
Choucoune often features lea.
ding foreign entertainers.

Saturday night is also the
night for taking trips into the
nearby hills to attend the pea-
sant cbamboches) or non-reli
gious dances held in open eton-
nelless to the pulsing beat of
the voodoo drums. It's an UN.
FORGETTABLE experience.
For late Stayer uppers any


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rican favorites, such as Alexan.
der's Ragtime Band.
For seafood and such spe-
cialties as Fried Frogs Legs,
there is the bayshore restau-
rant known as Fishbowl. The
food is excellent, the view inte-
resting. Another nore luxu-
rious Sea-food restaurant dan.
sant is planned for The Sete
of Ki Pi not for from the Fish-
bowL
For dinner minus dancing,
there is Petionville's Le Picar-
di a French-run Pension fea-
turing Escargot, pepper steak
and the sort of food rarely seen
or tasted off the Midi. In Port-
au-tiPrince, Aux Cosaques is
known for its tasty flaming
lobster r and other typically Hai-
tian dishes. The Savoy, just
off the Champs de Mars, offers
either Haitian or American
foods and if you ai e really ho-
mesick for suuthe in fried c ic-
ken that is just where you'll
find it a block from the Na-
'.ional Palace cChanticleer,,
tucked away in Bois Verna, is
the latest addition to the swart
eating houses in Port-au-Prince
Open all night.


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N you really
S want to bec-
cHnome acquain-
.v ted with Hai-
? Lti there are
H^ ^ many intere-
Sted"sting trips
M l--Q^.which afford
a close-up of
-, Haitian life
which you cannot gain if you
confine your sight-seeing to the
city. .1 i1. !I ,
Most of these trips can be
made in conventional automo-
biles, others require the more
versatile jeep to navigate the
rough spots and river crossings.
All of them can be made in sa-
fety.


There is a Hertz-Drive-it
Yourself Agency in town where
you can rent a car or a jeep at
'reasonable rate; or you can
rent cars, with or without
chauffers, elsewhere. The Hai-
tian Air Force provides safe
and efficient air transport to
most important points in Haiti
at very reasonable rates. Ask
your hotel manager or your
travel agent for details.
Each of these trips has its
special attraction. Fr-m the
longer trips you will return
with a grand thirst, a hearty
appetite, a delicious fatigue,
quickly banished by a hot bath


TRAVEL sueasEPTIOS


(for which you will have a new
respect). You will have a new
test for the attractions of the
city. You will fell a great pity
for the jaded characters who
have not strayed fhom the bar
since you left... And, of course,
you will have a good reserve of
conversational ammunition to
last you for many months.
So, starting with the shortest
L'ips first, here are a few boiled
down suggestions for travel in
Haiti:

BOUTILLIERS MOUNTAIN
AND LE PERCHOIR
(Ler Pershawh) The Perch)
The most spectacular view in
Haiti: 2,000 square miles of
Haiti spread out before you -
a miracle of color, form, sun:
light and shadow! Port-au-Prin-
ce lies at your feet (3.000 feet
below) like a giant map. To get
to this breath-taking, unbelie-
eable and unforgettable view
)u ride 10 miles from Port-au-
Prince, through the pretty little


town of Petionville, then up a
winding mourtain.road, borde-
red by flaming giant pointsetta
plants. You pass the tratched


-roof habitations of peasants and
arrive in rural Haiti, where life
goes on as it has for centuries
as if the city below did not
exist. LE PERCHOIR, modem
oasis on the mountain, offers
the facilities of its restaurant
-and night club, its Terrace Bar,
and its branch of La Belle Cre-
ole Gift Shop to make the trip
even more enjoyable and profi-
table. After sundown light
Swraps advisable, and gentlemen
are asked to wear coats in the
restaurant aeter 7 p. m. Allow
two hours for this trip plus
time to eat.

CAP-HAITIEN
AND LA CITADELLE
This trip is an experience in
history and geography. It is an
adventure and a pilgrimage
which you must not miss.








If you have the time, we re-
commend that you take three
days and g.o to Cap-Haitien by
car. Its aboat 170 miles and a
minimum of 5 or 6 hours, but
you should take about 8 hours
to enjoy it most. So to one of
Cap Haitien's comfortable ho-
tels. For the night, go to the
Citadelle the next day, retur-
ning to Port-au-Prince the third
day. Eevry mile and every


hour of this trip will be full of
unforgettable impressions.
If you are pressed for time.
you can fly to the Cape in 45
minutes, and can make the en-
tire pilgrimage in a single day.


JACMEL.-
If you want another trip off
the-beaten track go to Jacmnel,
on Haiti's south coast. Jacmel,
once a flourishing town, still
has a considerable export bu-
siness, but is typical of many







Haitian provincial sea-coast
towns waiting for better days
to come. Jacmel has a flavor
of its own. To get there you
can take the easy way by air,
or the adventurous way by
road, about 60 miles, practical-
ly every mile of which has a
river crossing. Near Jacmel is


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one of Haiti's most beauti,%
beaches, Raymond les Bil-
Two hotels there, clean 'eM
comfortable. Plan to stay ov%|
night at least. .,
FORET DES PINS .A
(Pine Forest) A
In south-east Haiti, a drive
some 60 miles from Poft-a
Prince is a beautiful pine fo'.
at an elevation of about 7,i
Feet. To arrive at this 150,0
icre forest, one drives throue
the rich sugar cane lands:"
the Cul de Sac plain, th "
through and arid region of eC
tus to the edge of Lake EI
Sumaatre, famous salt lake,'-'-
fested with crocodiles, lying
the frontier of the Dominic'
Reputblic. There the climb co,
mences to the cool Pine Fore':
This trip will take all d
returning to your hotel If
cocktails and dinner. Pass'.
Through a number of small Ha'
tiah towns and villages, it a
fords a variety of impression
of Haitian life and geography.
Take a wrap for your visit ,-, ;
its cool up there.' .

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ISLANDS LOOK TO NEW RECORDS


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From Miami Herald
Comes naw the time of the I American Airways travel experts.
year when following the tropical More importantly, additional
trails blazed by Columbus, Cru- alluring areas of the Spanish
soe and CapLt Kidd becomes a fa- Main are discovering they can
vorite pastime, I blend modern accommodations
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fabled Fountain, of Youth among sity of the American tourist to
the sun resorts .of the thrift- find out what's on the other side
wrapped VWest Indies. of the hill. many a rustic moun-


This year. as it was every year
since World War II, the flood of
visitors appears destined to swell
to new heights ih such spots as
Cuba,. Jamaica, Puerto Rico, the
Bahamas. Haiti, the Virgin Is-
lands and Trinidad.
Since last season, new hotels
have been added, new sight-see-
ing facilities have been opened,
now stocked with duty-free mer-
chandise from the four corners
of the earth. New pastimes have
been devised, according to Pan


HAITI SUN


castaway island of Robinson Cru-
soe, has been visited by hundreds
but has had to turn other hund-
reds away because as yet hotel
space hasn't kept up with the de-
mands.
For the budget-minded trav-
eler, no irea on earth offers
greater dollar-value than the pic-
turesque islands where winter
spells sunshiny days and mild
breezes. As little as $20 a day
gets a vacationist bed and board,
sightseeing, fun and souvenir
shopping. .[I


Travel Magazine
Publisher Visits
Haiti


SOn one of her interminable
tain town and many a lovely, Ion- perigrinations through the West
ely beach have turned into Indies. iJr;. Helen Lowe Auble.
fashionable resorts.1 publisher of the touristic periodi-
Only in comparatively recent cal aCaribbean Vacationlandsx,
years, for example, have Amer- spent five days in Port au Prince
iean travelers discovered Barba- 'this week collecting material for
dos as a pennywise vacationist's her magazine.
dream where small but superb Arriving Saturday. Mrs. Auble
hotels, skilled at catering to an lectured Monday night at the
international clientele, charge Hotel Riviera. showing colour
only $7 a day for room, bath and slides of the West Indian islands
meals. (including Haiti). -
Tiny, mountainous and beach- Mrs. Auble, who lives four
scalloped Tobago, the legendary months of the year in St. Thorn-


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PAGE 14 HAITI SUN SUNDAY, December 4th.1955.
* r


onday Thursday

Evening


VDinner-Dancing


*OOSSOSO@l@@6SS 6M~t eeeeselseeeee.ese @ @e.


a' ati's famous homard flam-
me* has been enthusiastically
acclaimed by visiting epicures,
and featured by uImperial Li
nen.a
But foreigners aren't the only
connoisseurs of food. Haitihas
know where the meat is done
just right, where wines are of a
perfect vintage and flavour to
mellow their mood and form the
perfect foil for each delightful
course.
That's why' special occasions
are observed at cAux Cosaques.x


The Aux Cosaques Bar


TOPS "EM ALL"


Tuesday and Fridays Dinner Dancing JOSEPH NADAL & Co.


Education; Mime Luce Day, Cen-
tre de Sant,, Hebert Peck, chef


SBy U.S-Haitian Officials methods of placing them in the
_____________________ ground and caring for them.
Assisting Minister Devieux amn
LONG-TERM CACAO PLA NOTING PROJECT s viinhemo
lic planting ceremony was Maa
dame Erzulie Prophete, Charle:
INAUGUTRATED AT BONN EAU LAST WEEK P. Blanks, Jr., acting director o
INAUGURATED AT IJONNEAU/ LAST WEEK i r;^
Point Four, and Linus P. Terre
bonne, chief of the rural educa
Accompanied by Minister of Lion field party.
" -National Education.'M. Franck
--!tool nsetor.Mr. an ck Refreshments were then serve
dvieuix and a group of Haitian ed at the school, after which th
and0 Poin Fourto of s aa group visited 'the Bonneau CooP
Ambassador Roy "Taseo0 Davis operative and heard an address o
last Tuesday made his last offi- operate an her ares s oi
ciai visit to the provinces of Ha- welcome by itn ds president, Villa
ti 'beforee l-aving Mori~day for c6 Eugene, and a song, aMereh.,
,efo'e ~avng Mon~ayfordedicated to Ambassador Davis.
Washington and a vacation pf apt- i vt d t n erdct t uo m aSenato DaEr
proximaiiely two months. Mx
*Pqrt de Paix anddthe neighbor-te a t nest Elyz6 and Ambassador Da
ng community of Bon.neau were Avis made brief speeches and the
.hosts to the visiting group$ of of- Ambassador announced that he
Sfi.ais whrse object was the sinauo was taking a small package of
ils gu raion o a s ong term cacao the soil of Haiti with him to the
Planting projects United States as a souvenir of
The symbolic eeremon9 took his pleasant associations in this
place at the farm school at Bon- country.
neau after a plane trip from Upon their return to Port de
Port au Prince and a trip by' P-ix, Ambassador Davis and Mi-
track and jeep through a pour- nister Ddvieux presided at the
ing rainstorm. presentation of a collection of
.The program at Bonneau open- -5 volumes op'selected American
ed with the raising of the flag literature to the library of the
and the singing of t06 Dessali- lyce. These books, translated in-
nienne by students ofthe school to French, were a gift of the of-
and welcoming speeches by the tfice of the A.nerican cultural at-
school director and the district tachfL.
school inspector. Mr. Antoine Da- Ambassador Davis. 3Mrs. Erzzdie Prophfte and Ca'rao Planters The cacao project at Bonneiu
rius, assistant director for rural at Bonnean follawe.d similarr ceremonies to
education and Ernest Desravi- 1 encourage the scientific planting
*.@S@@@@@@@e0e00 @@oo @ e se@@eeO eeOO j nes, inspector of agricultural edu- and cultivation of coffee in other
'/ IANCHO cation, then explained the cacao localities, principally at Furey
-,( L. JitANUHU H0)project and described its value and Fond des NLgres. Following
4 .t the community and the n.ation. the ceremony at Furcy last May,
&,. Ui.d.. vi le. ; fStudents then sang the Soing to an estimated 800 new coffee
:.<..,. -.Agriculture, rainstom plants have been placed under
."," '., : Despite the rainstorm ;,which cultivation. Excellent progress
ha.dc"reated a sea of mud, the also is rep'irted at Fond des Nb-
A_4R. EL rtue assemblage of some 200 gres. In furthering.this program,
M adeleine persons thln went outside *to Haitian and American Point
witness the benediction Sf the Four agricultural specialists are
0l19g8... cacao plants and a practical de- working together.
mions.traction of the approved Aside from those mentioned,
others who made the trip to Port
de Paix and Bonneau weie:
EveryA IA TMr. Marceau Louis, Ministry of
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et cacao; Dr Richard Prindle,
medical officer and technical con,
sultant to SCISP; Gerard Montes,
Point Four: Don E'. Hansen, ir-
rigation agronomist of Point
Four: John P. Keenan, coffee spe-
cialist, Point Four: CoJ. S.S
Riddle, Mai L.S. Stokes and
M. Sgt, William Weber of the U.
S. Air Force; Dr. Pascal Stines,
U.S. Embassy, originaire dePort
de 'Paix, and Jean A. Graffis, cul-
rural attache, t. -.


C.I.C GIVE DINNER FOR
NEW COMMITTEE

A rfagnificent 158-cover dinner
was given at Hotel Choucoune
last Saturday evening to mark
the eange-over of committees of
the Club International de Com-
merce.
Minister Franck Devieux, Mr.
lean-Pierre Legrand, former
Club president Gerard Allen and
president elect Jack Scott were
among the speakers. A Langui-
chatte comedy followed the dinn-
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SUNDAY, December 4th 1955 HAITI SUN PAGE 15


4,TIEATRE D'HAITI,, TO OPEN DECEMBER 19

WITH ,cFESTIVAL SOUS SLES FLAMBOYANT&
Actor- and actresses picked
from various groups of players
are busy rehearsing for oFestival
Sous Le; Flamboyants* which h
will inaugurate the experimental
amphitheatre of MlTrne Hercule
December 19.
The festival will extend to Ja-
nuary. 27 and promises to be, by
far, the mnst exciting event in
Haitian Tbeaer to date.
Three plays will be presented
alternately -- MEDEE, a French
drama by Jean Anouith, ANTI.
E0KE (in Creole) by -Morisseau
Leoy, anad ANTIGONE IN HAl.
TI transla'el from Creole to En-
glish by Edith Gold (wife of bril-
liant young author Herb Gold).
The cast of these lays, repre-
sentative of the most versatile
and talented of Haitian actors, 4r&
includes W.ndha Wiener, as Me-
dee; Denise Lallemand, Madame
R6naud: Clovis Bonbomme, the


Minister Charles
To Liberia
Minister Joseph D. Charles (Fo-
reign Affairs) will preside over
the Haitian delegation to the
forthcoming Investiture of Pre-
sident Tubman for his next term
of office at the head of the Libe-
rian Government, it is reported.
Mr. Jean Coradin, Haitian Ambas
sador to Liberia, and Embassy
Secretary Georges Benjamin are
'also reported as members of the
delegation.

MAISON CHEZ GERDES
TRANSFERRED TO FORMER TO
JULES FARMER RHJEADQUAR-
TElRS
Maison Gordes takes pleasure
in informing its clientele that it
is now situated in the former
building of the Jules Farmer es-
tablishment on 'Rue Payee, on the
,block between the SHASA and
Au BON Marche.
Still at their disposal: Photo-
graphy studio, 'Bar, Men's cloth-
ing, Dry cleaning.


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Suaiu e t u i t a i K i n g C r e o n i n A n aT f cs w W M ; =2a% f'- s-i- - u nSa-n n u u m u n
tigone: Lavinia Williams, Pierre rise in a half-moon of ribbed con- Fombrun, Hibbert Jean-Jacques, .
Ba1in. rise in a1 ha-oon J NT'S THE FILTER THAT COUNTS
al.. ... createe to look down on the actors. Robert Nadal, JspNalG- ;;j- QTTir TT T1? rWTAT fl IT T
Mkng their first appearance An Old Slogan rard Allen, Jean Baussan, Cle- 0 I Il
lo ad ^ ag lrisseau e^01111 The old sloga of <,success ; mcnt Jumelle. Harry Tippenhau- :T D Hf UA T TE B S
ot and Maag Mdnsseau eLroy, through co-ODeration was amply er, Ambassador Pierre Rigaud (toM HAS THE BEST!
JLucien Rati, as a tormented vindicated by the tTheatre d'Hai- I Havana), Ambassador Jacques L U S
Jason edee's unfortunate hus- ti. ger (to \Vashington), Jean Brier-
band), and Aubelin Jolicoeur ,Foyer des Arts Plastiquesz re, Fortune Bogat, Jean Wiener, "
who Will carry important rdles painters will design the murals Jimmy Plinton, Marcel Villard f G
in both Antigone and Medee. for the wells of the theater: filss). Herard Roy, Franck Ma- [ i
A New Concept Dsarbouco, contributed cEter-i gloi -. pEar
Based on the simple concept nits columns as post., Engineers Tickets for the premiere are E I
of an ancient Roman theater, the Rend Moravia and Shannon Yar- on La'e al ..Librairie Select*, 4La ft
open-air play-house will be some- borough are rigging the lighting. Carajvelle:, cRigaud's" in Petion- j S
thing entirely new to Haiti. equipment-a highly specialised ville, and the Amphitheatre at A
Morisseau Leroy, dramatist, out-door system ordered by Mo- i'oi ne Hercule. IA?
poet -and Creole exponent, con- risseau from 'Eastern Stage KING SIZE .
ceived the idea of an inexpensive Lighting nc. of New York. Mo-'PROGRAMME
but effective theater when he vi- risseau-Lerov alo imported a FOR JANNUAY st.
Hie 'i arv ard University earlier pot blOta e Tr admtiflPY c l b aiost wL ~ a: E
potal stage. ul -t U1
this year and saw the Theater on Among other contributors' to .. ..the.nd aniebrsaryo f IiU
the Green of Wellesley College the construction of the theater
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M' remercid 'Be'nard Diederich qui permette moin
6cri lan ou langue que la plupart moune mdpris6. Corn-
me J6r6mien, m'remerci6'l encore pou gros coute main
li t6 baille lan cyclone Hazel. Certe, m't6 la sou camp
aviation (c6 oun fil f6r qui sdpar6 caille moin ac Gen-
darmerie) lor directeur Haiti Sun t6 mount lan h6li-
coptdre pou al chach6 bless6s, malades ac moribonds.
Eh bien, si zoreilles moin t6 tend bien, c6 comme tra-
ducteur-cr6ole Bernard Diederich t6 join'n place tandis
que l'aut' correspondants strangers t6 confi6'l films fo-
tografiques pou'l-travaille pou yo tou.
M't1 sou camp d'aviation lor commando Port-au-Prin-
ce ddbarqu. -Yo min'm seuls t6 sur la barre. Gain oun
syst6me qui trts anmusanf Joukte yo c6 quine, yo mare
cartes. Lor qa gate, c6&-moune J6remie qui responsible.
S Pays'm pou moin, m'con'n toute filI lan zaboca. Si yo
vi6hch&ech6 moune honndte, capable, s6rieux, neg pon-
gn6te pa manque va icite.
S Lan famine Ziles Blanches, liders bureau d6veloppe-
meat communautd Laury vin'n join'n mrin: 200 mele
bres t6 manqu6 cartes.
M'minnin yd cot' Msieur Smith qui (m'ou6t6 chapeau
devant'l) sans barguignin rinmete yo 200 cartes.
SJour distribution-a, habitants Laury descende ac 30
betes pour charger 50 sacs pois ac diri. Comme la rivi&-
a td gros et que nuite tap tomb6, m'quitt6 yo mount
seuls :pou m6t' mang6-a en d6pot lan niitani monies
Laury.
Le lendemain, lor'm rive, nou fait oun distribution
No. 1. Toute moune join'n, au lieu de 200, 225 mounes
servi. Distribution faite sans garde d'Haiti, shns chef
section, sans chefs districts ou secoues la rose, sans
Scout macaque.
Lor ga fini, comme yo t6 menace envahi'n, Jeudius
Dole ouvri porte li pou foule la ou6 que caille li td vi-
de, except pou oun sac pois ac oun sac duri que li fait
vid6 sous terrasse li: Moune qui crou6 yo cab pil6,
mete parkte!... Oun acclamation 6clat6 Jan foule-la, pr6-
mier ac dernier bravo qui jan'm faite Ian oun distribu-
tion.
Ensuite Jeudius Dolce fait lot pou moune Ian habita-
tion Thoiry, Dubleu. etc. qui tap mouri grangou. Moune
la vile mete pomp6, nou gain prince qu'a vive lan
more.
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Cite Magloire
Builders Give
Garden Prizes
eLankton Ziegele & '. larhoeff-
era, the. big Stateside construe
tion company which has been
making a fine job of Cite lagloi
re II, has organized a contest
which should contribute towards
an even more beautiful work-
men's city.
Their idea, offering prizes for
the best kept gardens, is expect-
ed to be a tremendous boost for
appearance of the modern utili-
tarian Utopia being built under
contract with the Haitian Govern-
ment.
Nine prizes are being offered,
and an expert from Damien will
be brought in to judge the best
gardens.
This effbrt by the American
builders is highly commendable
because the contract does not
call for landscaping, and efforts
to grass and terrace the slope
which the Cit6 Magloire II cov-
ers are entirely due to the firm's
private initiative.
The firm has 'also started
awarding scholarshipss for study
in the United States to deserving
young Haitians employed on the
project. Last week a young ar-
chitect Jean Romain was sent to
study construction of inexpensive

PANAMERICAN UNION
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Panamerican Union's Visual
.Arts chief Jose Gomez-Sicre is
expected here soon in the course
of a tour through the Caribbean
sponsored by the Houston mu-
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of paintings and culture. He will
visit Mexico, Guatemala, Hondu-
ras, Salvador, Costa Rica, Domi-
nican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, Pa-
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iCarnival Theme Song To Be Picked r the mering-ues are qualified 7velliste declined nomination as
arniv T e o g T B Pto compete but it will be the treasurer owing to pressure of
By Audie c At Kis Jan 14 ciod at the Occide Jeanty work at the Tourist Office and
l -ltif osl q e al. m u4Shell which will decide the winn- as Secretary of the Haitian As-
.T ing tune. The tune which is most sociation .)f Journalists), and,
The anfujlU lw ifele contest be open to musicians from the highly praised will be chosen as Mrs. Dowd and Mr. Gottwill
Vill h"ld Januarv 14 1956 at i capital anti from Provincial cit- the theme song of Carnival 1956. were eiectd as secretaries.
the Kiosquc Occi.le Jeanty, on ies and will include Jazz, Fan- S300 first prize and $150 se- -------
the Champs de Mars. the Corn- tare. Orchestra. etc. cond prize wil be awarded B RFI
munal Coincil announced this Entry mni't be made for the OR L R
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The- contest, which will decide
the first and second meringues
of neYt year's Mardi Gras, will

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Michigan
.professor at the Dental Facul-
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than January 7
for the meringue
ed in an envelope
the Commissioner
The beat should
4 conforming to
Haitian meringue
publicly played fo
on the day of th
Orchestras to p
should be chosen
ers who will pay
A jury office wil


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and the score f (otnefrmpg
mus be enclos- Port aiu Prince I o,,ti"d fo, page 1)
and left with ra ei.-, .
s. iPlayers A man, is yet urnidentif
took a flat-bed company tr
d be strictly 2, Hold Meetinmo and sped to St. Marc to rep
the traditional the fire and get Police reinfo
and should be The meeting of the Port au ments. He picked up a squad
an shoul brt e The meeting of the Port au policemen and started back.
r the first time Prince Players scheduled for last tholicemen and staoverturned baon ck.F
e competition. Thursday was postponed to Sondt and one of the police
lay 'the tunes Thursday of this week because was kille and instantaneously.ice
by the compos- of Thanksgiving Day observa- killed ns Daenort revealedousy
their expenses. innsNov. 24 thl.a Davenport revealed
i decide wheth- The meeting, held at the Ha although the Company did
tian Amerir n Institute, included yet know thp driver's name,
9-- re tian g.-mern Institute, include he disappeared after the
y reading of one and two-act plays dent, it is thought that he
0 by the newly formed amateur worked at one time for the
drama group, pany.
The first meeting of th. dra- minute.,
EVENT! matic society, was held Thursday OHis intentions were go
November 17th at the Haitian -Tiny, Davenport said. eBut
American Institute and~a manag- was not authorised to take
ing committee was elected truck, and we had plenty of
L E Mr. Jaack Flanagan, of the own men cbout...Hundreds
L American Embassy Information people were milling about
S L Service, wis elected president
by a larga majority. Morisseau-
Lerov was iinmed Vize President,
.AIN Mrs Sally Chambers was elect-
ed Treasuice; (Aubelin Jolicceur,
fRED. editor-pliotcgrapher of eLe Nou-

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oil might have exploded at any

PROGRAMME
vDavid-., n five-act tragedy by
young Haitian author Alexandre
Charles Abtallard, was presented
at the French Institute last Sa-
turday evening. The cast of Abel-
lard's Denise Lallemand, Mr. Fritz Can-
tave, Mr. Guy Bauduy, Miss De-
nise Saurel, Mr. Guy Cesar, Miss,
Raymonde Paret, and the author
(as Saul). Presented by'Mr. Ga-
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PAK12HII U SNA, eeme th15


Miss Huguette Ambroise and Aboard the private Westing-
Mr. Fdouard B. Laroche exchang- house ed matrimonial vows in the Cap First Ladies of the big electrical
Haiiden "Cathedral 6:00 o'clock corporation are expected to ar-
yesterday evening. rive in Port nu Prince. Mrs. Gwy-
Miss Denise D a IlIe mand, lin A. Price. wife of the Chair-
daugAter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgard man of the Board, Mr. T. Fort
Daflemand, will. exchange wedd- wife of the Vice President and
ing vows with -Mr. Pierre Porm- Mrs. P.H. Cross, wife of the zone
*pee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nerva director in Haiti will spend a
Pompee, at Sacre Coeur Church short vacation.


Thursday December 15, 6:30 p.m
Tuesday is wedding day for
Anne Marie Tribie -and Pierre
D-jean; the ceremony wiUll be
held at Sacre Cceur 6:30 p.m.
* XXX
Raoul and Marie Thdrese Chr6-
tien opened the innings with a
son last Sunday. rhe chosen
name is Fran'ois.
xxx
William Tomar, down visiting
Friends and family from Cainden,


xxx
Handsome young Steve is the
latest addition to the Maurice
P6an house-hold, arrived on sche-
dule last Thursday morning. Dad
took time out from Administra-
I tion studies in Paris to celebrate
the event.
SWestinghouse representative
RHger Boucard observed his
birthday Inst Friday.
XXX '


New Jersey, where be hlielps -to Coastguard Captain Georges Gregoire Ph
run the city as Assistant Mayor, Bayard and his wife landed at in the Port
and is, paving the way for Adlai Bowen Field last Friday after a 5:30 p.m Dec
Stevenson's coming election. Bill trip to Miami. Mr. Dant
was here last two years ago. x x x daughter Je
x x X Mrs. Clara'Domond, wie of Jean, return
Miss Dahlia Georges and- Mr. Haiti's ambassador to the Domi- Sunday aften
Thercel Etienne linked destinies nican ,Republic, flew over to Ciu- in Kingstoi
ast evening in Notre Dame Ca- dad Trujillo to join her husband Weeks.
tbedral. : last Friday. The Haitia
x x x Supreme Court Judge Joseph' rian was invi
Kepnneth Humble dropped by Benyit flew in from Maiquetia b.-anch of th
the cHaiti Sun- on his way to (Venezuela) last week after at- through its i
New York on the Cristobal tending the Centenary celebra- ley Bourke.
Monday. He has been working as lions of the Andres -Bello Code.
photographer for eLa Nacion, x x x Max Foue
the half-English Spanish daily Fred Shifflin whose-bread and Jecanty, Labo
ii' Panama. Asked what be butter-was the eGuide a maga- legates to th
thought of Peron's fate in Pana- zine full of advertisements of Car- bour Office
ma, he commented: cHe's up to ribean countries in Florida, re- concluded in
something, besides writing a portedly died of a heart attack on ed to Port a
book of his fall.. the Isle of Pines, off Cuba. end
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but true, Mrs. Colo- Mliss Yv-ctte Roseimon will be- Paul Desgrottcs flew to Miami.
lovely brunette wife come the. bride of Lyonel Lara- last Thursday as guest o-f Rivie.
Ai-r Mission Chief, an- que in a 6:30 P.M. ceremony at ra owner Paul W'ecsnc.-.
it she is a grandma. Eglise du Sacre-Coeur de Tur- x x x
has recently return- geau on December 22nd.
e States where she x x x
i to welcome their Visiting with U.S. Vice-Consul jJoter SC ase
new baby boy Ram- and Mrs. Johnson, Mr. Johnson's y
mfRandyi The Riddle's two sister's who married two sSinl a
nna> h-'s. F.D Aloore brothers Earl and Floyd Roberts A cti e Up
er husband at Wayne of Billings, Montana. They return l f
station in Florida. home today. C u s .r
xxx xxxX WATER SYSTEM
Dobbs of the London .Miss Kay Zegri who arrived : WA SYT
ire Insurance Comn- from Puerto Rico to give demons PLANNINt
k to visiting his distr- trations for Helena Rubinstein's *I --N
ribean. Mr. Dobbs re- beauty products for five days at I We're at your service-.
x-ibean.~~ or obsr-*trained to analyzeyur
ned to Jmrnaica after Canape Vert and Sabot d'Or left waterasystem problem
e leave in England. Wednesday after a successful se- to come up with the B etan
x x x jour. that's best for you. We're
fe mniost colorful par- x x x headquarters for famo
ToaIo Goulds Water Systens-the
-ear. in DeBussy. was Seven-year old PaulTomar of line with pumps for every
Bal Masque at the Gros 3Morne, heir to a sandal for- farm and home need--made
?el new home. Scores Itune, has a keen idea on how to to give you extra yeann a
tumd friends of Ro- become richer. For an unspecifi- profitabletrouble-freewata,
F'reddie Theile, the ed sum hlie will do other people's e
;iegel's grandchildren jig-saw puzzles. Last week he ma- FAMOUS
here from Caracas, naged to do his father's thousand JET-O-MATIC
and feasted and acted piece in super-sonic time. JETMA I
Sunday night, xxx the watersystem that ceRn.
x x x Mr. and MAirs. Tonr Burgers re- r for shallowreepl
Airs. Raoul .Chrdtien turned from two weeks in Mia- verts for shallower _pwd
proud parents of a mn Sunday and were greeted by lB i
n November 27 th. two of their beautiful daughters. '
ormer Marie-Therese. X XXx
the handsome younst Rolande Larco of Aux Cayes
Swell at Clinique Dr. in the Bookkeeping Department
of the Curacao Trading Compa-
rmelle Michel and f ny will Wed here December 17th
ilius will be married at the Sact Otm- with a fellow
au Prince Cathedral home-towner, Jeman Neptune. : GO E PUMP C
member 31. xI x I GOULBS PUMP CENT
tes Bellegarde1 his D'r. Stewart Marcus of Mt. Si-
anne -and his son nai Hlospital (New York) we, Distributor
ied from Jamaica shown the town Monday night iriuor
noon after lecture by Dr. Georges Hudico-urt, Engi- Charles Fequiire
n during =French never and Mrs. Jacky Auguste, B E
and Ginou Dreyfuss. Rue Bonne Foi
in scholar and histo- 1="" 6" ___--!oil- ;!9;-_^_g .;. i ..-:- :
ited by the Jamaican r
e Alliance FranFaise D U For
president-i Welles- QUALITY
X XX ME h
,hard and Adri6n M' E A
eur Department de- K A T-
e International- La- AMn
seminar recently
Lima Peru, return- AUSAGES
u Prince last week. SAU A
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Mss :.C:u.' Co.'er and Thle engagement of Miss Edwige
Hubert liI.L'3,a.t ..c, unitc.J F'ouchard to Mr. George Kenn
Holy Matrim:iony .last evening will be announced at *a reception
Sacre Cceur. A photo report- to be given Tuesday evening at
will appear in our next edi- the Petionville home of Mr. and
L. LMrs. Jean Fouchard.
xx'X Xxx
liss Marie-Claire Fils Aim6 Mr. Michel Bredy, .lhomme e61-
SMr. Henry Delva exchanged ,int' [lcw to Harana. Michel is
trimoni.al vows last evening, planning to go around Caracas.
XX X XXX
rasr lIalloum promised to Roland G. de Vertueil, Royal
e, honour and cherish Miss Bank of Canada's affable Director
herine Cassis in a St Pierre left on Friday for Trinidad. He
rmony last evening. Next Sun- will spend three months in his
-the details homeland with his wife Madge and
x xx the children during his vacation
)r. and Mrs. Gerard Sperduto period.
proud parents of a son Nico- x x x
Who appeared on the scene
nday November 28 at Mater- The pretty and suave artist and
SBourand. .'femrnme de science, Alice Ffthi&-
x x x re will spend her fifteen day %la-
'he Misses Delia and Maggy cation with her parents at Les
ener will walk up the aisle Cayes this year.
Sacre Coeur on the 8 th. The xxx
eoms in the double-wedding Bpb Denis, the popular physic-
emony will be Marcel Dupuy ian will fly soon to Cuba.
I Pierre Cdlestin.
xx x x x x
Irs. tthia P. Minor, daughter Seen lunching Wednesday noon
Electric Co. director and Mrs at Bondel Restaurant was the staff
oirgePolley, r rived from Puerto of Hkraux Tours. Gite, Ti-T6 and
o Friday. Accompanied by her Jacko. The menu was 'pigeon aux
vissanteb daughter Lesley, ptits poisa.
s. Minor will spend Christmas x X
h her parents.
xx;
Miami Heralda Travel Editor Lovely Mrs. Denise Roy of the
kard Aitcheson arrived in Faiti Tourist Ifornation Office
rt Friday morning for a two. in New York will be welcomed by
V visit. He was shown around relatives and friends at the Air-
Guy Larnnueip asqitnnt iret port on December 6th. Denise will


or of the Tourist Off-tee.
"xx
Hank Perea returned frbm a
DeltA Sales Conference In Chica-
go, yesterday.
xxx

Dick Allien, Dan'A son-has re-
turned to Port to help papa out
with the new night club restau-
rant replacing the old Captain
Ace's -
XXX

Tuesday at 7:30 p.M. Suzy, the
Burgers eat delivered her first
three off-spring. The news has
been flaashed to Curacao and Ca
nada.


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Bob Roy and Miohe Fils-Aim6.
XXX
Mary Johnson, the well known
writer of Time Magazine flew to
Ciudad Trujillo last Friday to see
the fair.
xxx
Captain Edwig Mercier and his
beautiful wife celebrated their
wedding anniversary Friday.
xxx


CERCLE PORT AU
TO GIVE ANNUAL
CEMBER 17th.


PRINCIEN
BALL DE-


The Annual Ball of Cercle
Port-au-Prineien on December


x xKx 17th promises to be one of the
Senorita Nancy Leggett ad- gayest affairs of the season this
vanced into her ninth year Tues- year. Mr. Fernand Crepsac, Pre-
day full of confidence and as sident of the Cercle has announc-
ratdiant as the Orinoco diamond, ed many special attractions for
Leon Maratchi left on Sunday's this soiree d'elegance et beau-
delayed flight to the States. He te.
will enter St. Vincent's Hospital
in New York for six months treat A adeftle, of young beauties
meat. He was accompanied by will open the ball, and during
his wife. the evening, prizes for the most
beautiful young lady, the most
Elegantly dressed and the best
.-- 1 1, dancer will be offered. Many
other novelties aand prizes will
\ 0 be given, and Mr. Crepsac is urg-
ing that all *chic* Port-au-Prin-
ce turn out for the dance which
opens the Festive Season.

I- j bo Lele's- Franek Roy chalk-
|^ed up another -printemps*- on
'ho first.


to Mr. Desinor


whose namne was picked from the
hat during the fifteen minute com-
mercial on Monday night. 'The Au
Lincoln Bazar was the generous
donor. The winner who had made
a $5.00 purchase was quizzed and
listeners enjoyed -the sonorous
voice that gave the right answers,
and learned that a group of comrn-
mercants. including Hookuwawa,
Cent Mille Articles, the Gentle-
man's Store, and Pharmacie Cen-
trale, make the awards regularly
each Monday night. The catch to it
all is that a prospective winner Is
notified shortly before the pro-
gram goes on at 8:15, and has to
make a flying trip to the radio
station in order to meet -the 20-mi-
nute deadline, or forfeit the prize.
xxx
Mr. and Mrs. GCrard Lafontant
'Capito. for -les zamis. flew to
Havana last Monday on a pleasure
trip.
XXX
Young lawyer and merchant Da-
vid Ades flew to New York last
Thursday on a business trip.
xxx
Besides his job in Damiens, Ti-
Tone Douyon is the first secretary
of 'Gros Georges- Per-3, in the
Life Insurance Company.
xxx
Lovely Gerda, Immacula and
Marie-Maude 'Fdquiere were all
three firsts in their class. Friend
Frank Bailey is giving a party at
their mother's Rue des Cesars
home this evening.


T'cmous since 186 ,
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ur. rrancK nazile and nis cnar-,xxx
ming wife (n6e Milord) were vi-' The well known and .doigts do
sited by the Stork at their Ave. i.F6e dress-maker Mrs. Raymonde
Christophe home 3:15 a.m. Satir- iaguet was out of town for thiee
day. It's a girl, and they've named days business and vacation in -ap
her Armelle. Haitien this week.


onuuse-guess 01 Ine tMarcel en-
tils In Pacot are the family of
'former SCIPA director who is
now headquartered in Surinam
(Dutch). On there way to Mexico
and a family Christmas in Gua-
dalahara arc Pat. Jimmy and
Sissy Laflin.
xxx
Mr. Francois Elias flew to New
Ydrk via Miami with his -fiancee,
Ecith Vulcain yesterday. They in-
tend to get married in New York.
Mrs. FelixL St. Victor will fly to
New York soon.
Sxxx
Mr. George Oliver flew to San
Juan on a business trip last Thurs-
day.
XXX
aRavissante, Alta Pierre flew to
San Juan last Sunday on a pleas-
ure Trip.
xxX
The 'Grant's whisky drawing
for this week was postponed be-
cause of a breakdown at the cli-
ch6 makers which precluded pu-
blication of a picture.
The lucky winner of Radio Com-
meree's Program cQui ne risque
rien 'e gagne rien, this week was
Clovis Desinor. The $30 in cash


xxx
Mr. Octave Hyppolite, inspector
of Public Educatioh in Les t-yes
has checked up 33 years -,age
du Christ'.
XXX
G6rard and Ferdinande Lafon-
tant are due to leave for New
York this week.
XXX
Renae Hilaire went to New York
this past week.
xxx
Pas de Credit at Riviera any
more.

Mr. E-fe 0. Najac, '-technical
adviser of the National Lottery,
returned to Haiti this week after
a successful operation in the U.S.
t'he father of our Gerant, Rest
ponsable was welcomed at the
airport by friends and relatives.
Budding young judge, Chris-
tian Fils-Aime, celebrated his
third birthday yesterday.
xxx
Miss Marie Josie Memnon will
wed Mr. Gerard'Andre Decem-
ber 22 in a Cathedral ceremony.
Miss Yolande Gelin and Minist-
er Jacques Frangols will accom-
pany the young couple to the hlt-
ar.

PARAMOUNT

TODAY 3:00 P.M. Les Tambours
de Ja Mort
5-7-9:00 P.M Ma Cousine Rachel
MON 6:00 P.M. Convoi de Fem-
mes
TIES. 6:00 and 8:15 P.M. Ma
Cousine Rachel
WED. 6:00 and 8:15 P.M. Rivierc
sans Retour
TIUPs: 6:00 and 8.15 P.M. Pri-
sonnlers du Marais
FRI. 6:00 and 8:15 P.M. Ma Cou-
sine Rachel
SATUR. 5-7-9:00 P.M. Les Tam-
bours de la Mort
SUN. 3:00 P.M. Les Tambours de
la Mort
5-7-9:00 P.M. Un Americain 4 Pa-
ris. _- -


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*tmst
begked


I -Rf -^SB
[ Jemae Walker must be good, to remamW
f=rfaont of Scotch Whiskie for des 130 ye.
It must be good to pass the sdutify of dastiilers
with over 130 years experienc behind them.

JOHNNIE WALKER
BORN 1820-S TILL. GOING STRONG
Try it today-you'll agree it's good


xxx i
Rzcine Andre left Tuesday via
Pan American Airways for a
month's vacation in New York. -
xx
Mrs. Andr6 Bastien observed
her birthday anniversary on Wed-
nesday 30th.
xxx
Mrs. Georges Hargreaves, wife
of the chief SCIPAman, observed
her birthday on the 22nd.
Xxx
Mrs. Raymond Laroche returns
to Caracas, Venezuela, today.
xXX
Roger C6ster, ace-came r a m a n
and owner of Hotel, Oloffson, was
off again on a clipper trip to New
York Thursday.
xxx
Joe' Rizk returned from the
States December 1st.
xxx
Mireille Borno observed her
birthday Thursday' at home in Pe-
tionville.
xxx
Atherton (Flowers) Lee flew to
Miami via Kingston Thursday.
xxx
Essential Oils planter Victor
Boucard is off to New York.
XXx
Mr. Emile Pr6zeau returned
from the States Wednesday.
XXX

Mr. and MIrs. Carman Levy
of Haiti Metal are back from
their trip to the States. Mr. Car-
man Levy was on a health trip.
xxx
Following the resignation of
Dieudonn Jn. Jacques, chief of
the Immigration office, Mr. Ber-
tholand Edouard is in charge of
the Service.
xxx
There are thirty percent iore
rooms available in Haiti this year
than last Now Total of 700 ho-
tel rooms.
xxx
James Allen is in town checking
the operation of PAA here. In 12
months he covers Latin America.


lj V


Marie Alice Thebaud observes Franck and Liliane Wilson are Lob Rov tikes unto himself a
her birthday on the ninth. Miami bound today. "wife a R a lovely wife, too-l
XXx x x x thi- Saturd.v. The beautiful bri-
Visiting Haiti this week was Dentist Maxim Fthi&ire who was d2 j, i\lirh. Fils Aim.
Alderman Albert R. Lesak of injured in the accident at Mont-. x x x
I X
Bervwyn, oi the Sixth Ward of the loulouis iv making progress. Misi Nmnie Pierre, well-known
City of Illinois (A Stevenson-ite) x xx director of a private school at Pe-
and his wife took seven hundred Tom Dunn left Wednesday aft- tionville is back to her schoolroom
feet ot color film on his little er spending two weeks with his after a victory over the redoutable
jaunt around the Carribean, and sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and aggresseur Ila grippe,.
promises to return here. 'Mrs. George Jennings,- Business x x X
x x x Manager of ENR. Mr. Dunn re- Marie-Josde Poitevien has chosen
Last week, Mr. Ren& Roy and sides in Panama. '.the hall of -the Ligue Ftminine
Eric Tippenhauer flew to San Juan x x x I'd'Action Sociale at the Cite de
in the Clarence Moody plane on Miss Anna Leconte, daughter of l'Exposition for her first Fashion
business. They travelled with -their Minister Emmanuel Leconte, land- Show. For three days beginning
-unfatigable. typist Ti-Louce Roy. ed at Bowen Field Sunday looking December llth, the new creations
x x x very chic in her Parisien ensem- of the young modiste who returned
Odette Romain flew to Miami ble. Miss Leconte is attached to I this summer from two years with
Thursday. the Haitian Embassy in the Villa '.the Haute Couture de Paris, will
'Marie Ewald clippered toAMia- Lumikre. be shown by the Pretty Marie-
mi Thursday. x X X Jose. assisted by several of her
x x x Nicolas Sperduto made his de- ,razissantes jeunes amies- who will
Monique Shipps has reached but 5:30 a.m. Monday to send his model her dresses, and the exposi-
whistling age. doctor Dad's cigar bill soaring. tion will be open all day Dec. 11-
x x.x xLxx '12-13, starting at 9:00 A.M.
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Construction Keynotes Presiden 's Fifth Year
Continued from Page I


ject, to date, is the spacious, lot
vre-cooled chapel (seats 1000)-
an all-concrete building, support
ed by five arches, which is cor
pletely original in conception.
The huge (50 meters long) Co
operative headquarters, the Ma
dame Magloire Orphanage, thi
OACO offices and the newly as
halted road sweeping in laz3
U'turns up to the summit of thi
hill will also be inaugurated.
cLankton, Ziegele and Marho
effect, the American firm in
charge of construction, will hold
a reception in the Wresident's ho
nour at which Minister Jacques
Francois is scheduled to streak
Citizens of the new communi
ty will present the Chief of Statc
with a souvenir at a reception
in his honour.
At noon, the first stone will be
laid for the new, all-modern
slaughter-house which will re
place the present abattoir o1
Port au Prince. Plans for the new
construction heavily stress hy
giene and economy of labour
,Mayor Netaton Camille will
speak on this occasion, followed
by Mdr. Arnold Gastonj president
of the Butahers' Union.
The diplomatic corps will he
received by President Magloire
12:30 p.m. and a Casernes Dessa-
lines reception will be held at
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Market, perennial eye-sore of and the second story will be useC'
the water-front will be formally for the director's living quart
doomed wiLh the laying of the ers. The school will take 4)
corner-stone for a modern, ce- pupils.
ment and steel" market to be Minister Franck Ddvieux, Sc
built by Grands Travaux de Mar- cretary of State for Educatioi
seilles. will speak for the Governimen
Jlinister Raoul St- L6, Secre- while Mr. Mathieu Azeman wil
tary of State for Public Works, represent the builders. /
and. Luc Vales, representative HIalf an hour after the inaugu
of the petit commerce'> of Port ration of rhe school, the first
au Prince are slated to address stone will be laid for a new hos
the gathering, pital at Canapd Vert when thr
On the programme, by virtue president ot the projected Hosp:
of a miracle of round-the-clock tal will deliver the inaugural ad
construction is the SEcole Repu- dress.
blique des Etats Unis d'Amdri- S.I.P.P. nroduce.d cinema show
que freshly built on Bois Pata- radio broadcasts and concerts
te. will be held in all parts of thc
,Off-the-record reports state city throughout the evening
that Madame Magloire personal- while the President is scheduled
ly urged engineers and workmen to attend the Violette'Racing
to hasten completion of the $35, football match at Stade 'Magloi-
622 building in time for Tues- re which kicks off 7:00 p.m.
day's programme. Dump trucks The Roboteau Workmnen's Citd
and hammers could be heard toil- in Gonaives, the surgical wing
ing through the night over fhe on the Les Cayes Hospital and
past two weeks, other architectural tributes to
Simply v4eqigned, with the ac- the progressive spirit.of the Ma
cent onclean, functional lines, gloire administration will be
the co-educational school will inaugurated in the Provinces;.
have 8 classrooms, a teachers' In Petionville, Masses will be
common room, a hospital ward, sung and public festivities hbld.

BY LEGAL OPPONENTS


Jacmel Lawyer Leroy Declares

He Was Kidnaped And Drugged
Several well-known Jacmel citiz- years had betrayed him and tiha'
ens were charged this week with he, himself would modify the do.
kidnapping and drugging Me. Juvi- cument at his home and return
griy Leroy to obtain his signature with a Notary the same night.
on a document renouncing his -The glasses were filled anew,
rights in a law-suit over the estate said Me. Leroy, -and I was invite:
of Philippe Barjon, -father of Me. to lie down until ithe return of
Leroy's first wife, who died last Me. Favi6res, because of the grcat
August. fatigue which troubled me an:i
Me. Leroy, in a letter to -Le which I showed. This was my last
Jour', said that the contesting memory of that macabre night....
heirs Mr. and Mrs. Michel Beau. The lawyer continued that he
voir (n6e L6onide Barjon) tried started walking by chance with
every kind of legal chicanery at his mind blank and arrived at the
their command, then finding this home of a friend in the Raquettes
.ineffective they 'resorted to quarter. Then as soon as he lay
strange and troubling means of oh- down to sleep, Me. Favieres and
tainink ninety percent of 'the Notary Noajlles Fils presented him
$300,000 inheritance,. with a document which he signed,
lt is thus then', said the law- he sa.ys, without knowing what it
yer, that while I slept peacefully was.
at my home the night of the twen- i
ty-first of November, I was awak- -My relatives who had reported'
ened by Fallieres Cormier. I des- the matter to the Police from 11:
cended in 'all hbaste and in all con- 30 were looking for me-, Me. Lc
Sfidence because for nearly two WoY continued. 1 was taken home
weeks, he had been the interme- and a doctor urgently summoned.
diary between the two parties in Then I slept.
our negotiations. I was not even .Suddenly I awakened and I
given time to put on, my clothes was siezed with a desire -to know
in spite of the vehement protestat- what I had signed. Four relatives
ions of my wife. I was invited to failed to restrain me as I dashed
enter Cormier's car where Sylvio out into the street and made for
Conte and the Beauvoir's lawyer the Notary's office.
Moral Lafond Favieres awaited -The day qfter the next during
mie .. the night, I came to my senses.
4I thought- the conversation I looked for my lawyers and went
would take place'in the car parked to Notary Wilbert Roe and dictat-
before the house. Hardly had I ed to him a formal revocation of
entered the car when Sylvio Conte anythingg which I might-have sign
offered me a cigarette. As I was ed on that sombre night of the
lighting it the car started. I corn- twenty.flrst of November and in
mented that I was in pyjamas. No- the day of Tuesday the twenity-scc.
thing Was done. I was taken in ond of. the same month..
this condition to the home of Mrs. M ACe. Leroy says that friends des
Pleno 'Moise, and there I found cribed later his state of mental
myself in the" presence of my ad- and physical strain, and he learned'
versaries. On a table was every- also that he lost some th-ee fhots
thing which could destroy reason, and dollars in the transaction.
Whisky, Rum, Cigarettes. Drinks In printing the latter, -Le Jou:-
were poured and the 'talks began observed: -In all brotherly affe2'
-A document was presented to ion we are publicising the folio"-.
me, but after reading it through ing letter of Me. Juvigny Leroy.
rapidly. I remarked that the pro- journalist and lawyer of Jacmel.
jec.t was not acceptable and that Me- Leroy having cited the na:
I did not have my lawyers with sues of well known personages
me., the latter will. no dboubt wish:
Then, 3aid Lawyer Leroy, '.Me. reply. We will gladly publish taei.i
Favires suggested that the laey- reply... "


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