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Haiti sun ( October 29, 1950 )

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Haiti sun
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Newspaper
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R. Cheney, Jr. ( Port-au-Prince, Haiti )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )

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INTN PAMAPap


A.RMVDPAY.
WEDNESDAY
S'.S'p. e ca a' Iceremonies on
gust Ist wll mark the, 22nd
niersary ,f .the. haitianizat
of'the Aride d Haiti, and the
n 1 934 when "the last of the1
MareT. Oc,-uptiona1t ylt...
lAitania 0oll'
A uj,,ibt.ary .p;larade. os.
dtha'rr-deMart- s at: :.0. o'e
wIll.b: C6'!,owedf by.tb.sre
tatioIof. d,4arations, .to..a nu
er of soldiers ,and,i officers%
the Militai...q'dr of Merit,.
the grOduatfo, ex6rcises, of,
Class of' 1056, of. thbe Mili
S tSixteen ts;,oneof vho
'a native 'Colombiin bn a 's(
ar shipvlld rceie te grad
of izr" in ,'.he'Htian. Army
FS itj s expetedafthat spv"erall
N.raki'ig offv:qrP,. wil,. be. re{
".sft#r codmpleting 25i, Z.o.u n
..ears.inc..the s r .,.,'the-Ai
and 'nTewj bdoioi W .i b,'e
to r Ipliace :'hA
Trhe. ,T'resfient. Q6fieral..
Magoire;, a~eompa'iled by
,binefiMet'..n.. ri -and'the, .A
St4,d~ in :the af~ern~oon,. Wiill i
gurate ..the. Cbane"itele's il
: City, .'. istn .t ,ed. by ..th!',CIt
b .e Siwply Company..
cckbiations. with etlMinhat
r galk-i~ecept~o;kt Can~
coutein irom .9M to,,"F I
'- 0t~V4 q~d ffre'd by the Armny's Chiel
e .COfrV%44 qfllC Staff inc ral and.rs ..Aft
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Haiti!s, Firt 1Lad; Mie., PA a
Obsereift Hr-.lirthday Wednesda
Six days-nftter th d ysi aftera'she returned fia
a..d', ,a ., t.!ozt .."-.
anrd', iiaest on ari'ng tie Icon iym4f g, behe husband 1ild
'48th birfthd(3y-aniveAT i' of.tie .Panama pting of ti'e-'Amnc
President on ,Jui w,, Presidpnj. ; '.
Paul ,E.:.-Miloire, Haiti's' 'g Setting .'of the spar of-'.


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jacket,-, :~earnjng ablac'k~te

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'rne JgagLoire smilingly cuts. her barthdaqj. ~cke'at r~ininght on .$I0:00 inobng-cpeaog~ff;g
by at the Cas~teihalit' at the party given by the Tu de-Scretozids pocket-watch, were ndssngom
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17 Children 'Ajnrdereda

Body. .FrindNear Roniue of-Mite
The bruised body of Iobhis The 51-year-"ld ci
Brea was found early Tuesday justbrt' ftie-e.Mvs-; oti.eri
morning at the. side of the high- per.Shqe. Factojy4'atCszi'.':
Sway. -t. Stthe, a.Jilmneter from let;.met-I'i.s.-ath'tb y.eAa;b
the- 'Cazeau Poli'ce Station, by, t.me.te.'S frd', e.t..gZ.e. 4
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marcntia.des on theirl"way to yearold.'itatresse' iinaA
day 5aikedl :,inPrt-au-Prince. hrA.ho""'...i. l Si
day .tiirdered near. -Mistress' House ve.inge. am: 8O' 1O.O
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New Hole-In-Wall .0.:0 bsp. n..idm
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,tie Burglar Starts' pep--' -t"
-lock' a. n,,,.4 W.. a mwb
esen.- Burglars entered ttt a'BeLae the Ild the
LU: *Chouvoufieo'.oil the Hiei;Ma- theyrexct.to i.re-ak.tblefle
with, gasih .de l'Il a durinjg'.^e, '- thia'-M ,end. V -.
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'and 'nd andan.iisscodded with p.a i'sa g a 'lChie
'the of',herchaiidis& v dt $'"
tary .o o. .e. .,,..a
*_'. t .te.hieey.sgiAed'.ej;anc't6.kie,. iRown-Ieitt
is he ,store J..a -"',nqvej i slnm .ea1ef4$tpe frte
bol- ed'b, '"ie. fa. ous .ple -the sire fl c rt
ie vte ,., W_ e. ,...
e of wall saif' robber who was.-caugt.. wif." ej^t.tstitiurNt
flagrantdehf .two' yeas. ago, sevenlw tb^-,K otii& 4oanS44
0t6p "and stopped.bya :polic- bullet .(deHr .t
tired. .'gThe1bi emoyed "*the:'i Toyla--ee ,
ifore lbeies. g. n.. ge li;atthe- b, O '.ni,1 t"I f
y,. rear of. the..o` ,oclse eto, .dteea
pade celing, and kowe4e4 a'.sUlln.$an4-nh.VeeLxt.0 qae owt#f
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eor a tle bpy tlroughfitQes.al:, ii"
paiid hoere.:' Thea .m4 ,16 '&!hS2 i oi'r
Ca& 'side opene.'the OeXar'doorsof ,ote offsg gingta ,-
Lrmy. store letting h)j*s. plipces, g. y t o:,-yarS'*
nai- -With tie. aid bf candles1wAhich 9ia er1l a|
tairy lefttalloldw.ppinii.' the va- r"doi
arib- rious' show .- 'a aases .. .. a
-. tasteful" sieei atoin. :;. :wce'' p .:MaHq i4'pJ, -t4
,ein. 4 th, tie',: Vair'UIsuse a birti... g'"
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;hou. beits, ;waflets;-s't G! t 4-, 3a. tgi.en'g' &a r
M, e agni'igtrDdiietdr, 4toi
f,. of . lau hisosses. at $5,000 M.
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i.... .CadetS.,.. . BIRTHDAY S
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wes',tier -D-ays .(Continued from page 1)
an cadets. fthe udVtaxnm nor of her birthday,' Madame
iz .winded up the 3day Magfoire was entertained at a
.-. i~t to Hlalti on th-.'ir
iy visit to Haiti oein thir ,sumptuous banquet at Hotel Cas-
db.eo-La tin-American cruise te'haiti on Tuesday- evening.
Ii.g.ala eception abroad the With the hor of midnight chim-
Igo .t Ae. Wednesday' afternoon.
Late Wednesday afternoon. ing, President Magloire beamed
dtain Humberto Gancia Gon- as the group of friends in-
an d his i men left eartl eluding diplomats, Government
irday itnorning after this ve- officials and businessmen joined,
hectic visit during which thin the cHappy Birthdiy Tp YouD'
beeieJ entertained by the -cu- chorus as the orchestra struck
Amba-s=.ador Senor Francis- up the familiar tue, ahd ms
4e"A rcia n e it' omn
.e--Arce and Haiti's Comman- wife puffed at the candles oh
.'the. Cost uards. Col. the traditional birthday cake.
-Geopge Baya"d. ,After a well-turned speech
T _IE-_ ._ giyen by .*nder-Secretary of
S EA.PrIkflOTm, ON commerce, Afain Turnier, a
..G.CRUISE W.ITH. g;ahd hal conUnuing into the
"G U A R D S .: .. L.' r t"W 1 . '. .
we ;wek ther oP tl i 'nlorri'ng, clos-
,iPwpek .the- GC- -,Crete-a- ed -the birthday-eve. party.
tiot *.wi1' leave, the Bizoton Madame Magloire dedicated
lor training erise off-the the day of her anniversary to vi-
'mi e o ~a /s t o h t p ~ i
Ei4' c t of the Repubic siting her cproteges' of the
gfeveral officers, midship- %Foundation Madame Maglotre.2
anda:spilofs who have alrea- At La ,Saline.'the children, b-.
.trained in thie Udnited ribboned, clean and happy stur.
r'.'' "' ,"I \ rounded ier .as' one df the tote
IA U.S. Navl\Mission in Hai- presented .the First Lady with
Chosen. one of its members a birthdayy basket of flowers.
at the Commander of the She was guest of honor at a
t.,.Pierrob during the luncheon-organized in .the Bel-
"* Air Cantneat 1:00 P.:M. Wednes-
A-.;- l. v day: It is one of her minany social
..........AL ANK service efforts 'to bring'organi-
.:-BAiNANA CONT'RACT zatiof' and aid to the crowded
SMIA I .BUSINESSMAN, populace in the city's poorer sec-
,pAgricultura]" Bnk has 'si- tjotis. The Foundation also reach-
ea: temporary banana on- 6s int6 the p'roiinces. to bring
'ii .4bMiami businessman aid.to the needy, t
i'dhore. -' "- '4%Throughout 'the day, Haiti's
i-'May.vr. Mr Shore's firm First Lady, known as the Peti-
adi eight shipments of" ba- te&Mere .des Humbles continued
e. .no the U.S. market and tw her activitiess.. of Apstalat.
*~ ~aro-bat heker"- aet...e..,of .zApos~tplat>.
cargo-ob6ats make frequent a iong : her' little charges ho
liit.dhitiari ports:. -'August fld ib her a smiling andi atten-
Si:&dX' 3rd' shipments are esti- tive benefactresses. .
Pd.t reach 17, b0 stmns' (re. .. -.
)V. STh'e S/S '"Placidfw., One' .IAiTiN, GOVERNMENT
!e company's ship's, will vi- ACQUIRES N. Y. BUI6DING.
.'acneiVRCaoes' Roche-Ba Le Moidteur, 'the official pa-
AitAnse- dqlainault; Miragoa- per .i is announced that a spe-
S1adFauche., The seco4ndL car- cil, grant of 780,750, gouirdes has
.S /$' drtia. .will call ,at Cap 'been ma4htn the Ministry of Fo-\
a.6iieh, Por1-aePaix, Gonaives ilgn Affjirs as a first install-.
,d, St:Marc.. . meant on a building in N~ew-York
kween u:.1lt' 1111 i .aid 14th, to house Haiti's Permanent Mis-
i.- stems .were exported 'ana' siqn at the U. N., the Consulate
t 5,.S.Piacidiaz. left -Jeremie Gdneral and the W9aitian Goyern,
a Tuesday. with 9,333 bunches, meant Tourist Bureau..
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.&inae ond Mrs. Ericksen errbrces bpth his parents on his arrival
'St Sq.-'4rdr.j. The equipment Engineer-for General Electric at the.
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PERu'S NATIONAL DAY FETED HERE


- S.-E. Alberto Perez Saeiz, Albasador of Peru in Haiti, observed the
Anniversary of his homeland' I-ndependence yesterday with grandiose
celebrations that terminated last evening with a. grand Ball at the
Petio-Ville Club. .

PRESENTATIONS THIS WEEK
BY THEATRE i'YHAITI.
P,4R -RA Theatre de Verdure -Three Local Comedies. -
Weinesay Augus. 1'- 6:30 P.M' Fleu ti Pomme I
aANATOLE -1 Theatre 'de 'Ver- dMaitre Pateln '
dure, Thursday, August 2 .- 6:30 rMr. and Mrs. Jocob
P.M '- "!" "
,dc ARAs Aux Calebasse at At the Morne .Herecule Amphi-
Keniscof6, Saturay, August 4, theatre -'Sunilay, Adg. 5, ,6:30
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PARAMOUNT
' Today 3:00 P.M. L'l-omme a la.-^
Crivache d'Acier '!
5-7-9:00 PM. Sergil chez les"
S Filles ':
M' Monday 6-B:15 P.M. Rocky Mar-
V ciano-Archie Moore .. ";
Tuesday 6-8:15 P.M. Sergil chez.:j
les Filles ..'
Wednesday 6-8:15 P.M. La Lance:;:,l
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Thursday 8-8:15 P.M. Le Tresor4t
du Guatemala ";.
Friday 6-8:15 P.M. Sergil Chez.^,
les F illes '.!
Saturday 5-7-9:00 P.M. L'homme %.
la Cravache d'Acier. .'
Sunday 3:00 P.M. L'Homme a la i:
Cravache d'Acier ..,
5-7-9:00 P.M. Annie la Reine du..-.
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kUiDAY, J U L Y 29th 1956_______

f: Our Nations Act As Equals",
21inhower Says In Panama Speech

E is the tet of Pres- We are pledged to one another
'Eisenhower's speech at by the later-American Treaty of
eiian republics meet. Reciprocal Assistance of
: Sunday: 1947 to, treat an armed
...exceencies, ladies and attack against an American
en':: s. tate as an attack against all ol
press a. thought to the us, and are joined in the 1954 de-
|;: f", the 'Amnerican states claration of solidarity for the
-'assembljed'.is indeed a uni- rresaervation of the political in
do'or.' 'profoundly appre- tegrity of he American states
^:.^^l $.iibor T against inteational Cornmfnist
..t1:nre .commemorate. the irrtervention.
Kw',uccessfully sustained. ad-, Furthermnre, we'are organize
nure&ii international corn- cd to assure peace among our
lWity living that. the world'."hlves. The time js past, we earn
-ha ever seen. In spite of inesca- nctly believe wher1 any of our
'.pable- humn't errors i' our ]o;ig members ivwll use force to re
Record, toe -Organization of solve hemjnpberic disputes. Our
>ofJ, American States is' a model : o'?mn promises to each other
.-ip the practice of brotherhood |foresee that the community wil
;:'* among nations. Opr cooperation take whatever measures may
:has been fruitful because all of be needed to preserve peaci
our peoples hold certain basic within America.
''spiritual convictions. We be- IIn all of Ihese matters, our'na
Heeve. I tions act ais sovereign equals
THAT all men are created equal; Never will peace and security
..THAT all 'ren are endowed by be sought at the price of s4b
their creator with certain in- ejecting any nation to coecrcioi
alienable rights, including the or interference in its internal, af
ir.: ight to life, -liberty and, the pur- fairs.
Ssuit of h a.piness; Thus, much has been done
;:*THAt t ro.prnment is the crea- to assure the kind of national
tiobn of man. to serve him; .not life which was the lofty vision
man's master to enslave' him; of those early patriots who, iL
'..THAT those who demonstrate each of our countries, founded
b:- .the capacity for self-government our republics and foresaw ..tb
.' b'hereby win the right to self- values inherefit in hemispheric
i government ; . "' cooperation. .
T BAT sovereign states shall be 'May it not be that we can hov
"'. \e6 from foreign interference in look forward to a new phasq, o
'. :he orderly dev'eloprmeT of their association, in which we shade
r *:nternal affairs., dicate to individual human *el
". : Invpired by' our faith rn' these fare the same measure of n.bli
!.:1,,3onvictions, our nations-'hav, de- effort that heretofore has pro
v. eloped in this hemisphere inrs- tested and invigorated the $or
l-'fltutional relations .atd a rule of' porate life of, bur nations? ,t
1: .li jterbationa-: Ian-jtos,, teetrthe, .J.,-,fl&0. .oggust.t.thea in
"''--practice of that fail,. itial task is ended. A nations
'OUR ASSOCIATION began peace and ii'berty can never bt
Sas we experienced the solemn taken for.grbnted. We must.cons
but glorious titi ftft.I Sifn.-. .t-'tlv be.-.vyigilant. individually
'lonialism ,to na'bnaL.t inie.pen.-I.irBd collectively. But we can, I
dence Oar associtx .believe, o the:coming years, con-
tens f:od s w so ght to ma s ?ec atetore effort to enriching
'. tain that independence a'sg inst the mateP'ial, intellectual and spi-
i:' i recurrent efforts of colonial po- ritual 'welfare of the individual
., wers to reassert their rule. MOre Sinee the day of creation, the
Recently it has been' perfected fondest :ope of men dnd worn
to protect against encroachments en has been to pass on to their
Sfrom the latter day despotisms children, something better than
i abroad. I (Continued on piage 6)


OFFICIAL TEXT OF
PANAMA DECLARATION

S PANAMA, J n, lThe 6ffi.AteS.tf-tohe declaration of the
tol Presidents vifh^ 'e~ipulc.. ^*/'
i We, the Pr-eabs tn.m.U.cs commemorating in the
+historic City of Pla-iaffi.iff as ^t, B..otentiaries of the
American states.,of 1826, c V o-, r.-hort Simon Bolivar,
.. which' constEute4'l, t clectivrn Pan-Americanism,
Sand ;ecognizing"th -eowtinuing vahdiy of the 'ifltqals which inspired
i the, precursor "-ru 'ciineItapIsoiidarity;- subscribe-to, -the following de-
cl'arations: .
S 1. T1he destiny of America is to create a civilization that will .ive
tangible meaning to the conceLt of human liberty, to the principle
that the state is the servant uf man and not his master, to the faith
., that mnPn. Yil, reach even greater heights in his spiritual and material
development .d to the' pbposniton that'all nations can live. together in
peace,'and i" bity. " *
2. The full reaiLbzation of the destiny of America is inseparable from
Sthe economic an. social development of its peoples and therefore
makes necessary the intensification of national and inter-American
co-operative efforts to seek the solution of economic. problMemis and to
raise the standards of living of the continent.
3. The accomplishment of the Organization of American States, and
assurance of peace amohg the member 'states and of security for the
continent, demonstrate how much can be achieved in the various fields
Sof intr.nationi endeavor throuph'a loyal co-operation among sovereign
nations, and move us to streni;hen the inter-American organizations
and their activities.
4. In a world in which the dignity of the individual, his fundamental
Rights and the spiritual values if mankh-ind are seriously threatened by
totalitarian forces, aiien to thil? tradition of our peoples and their ins-
titutions. America holds steadfastly to t;t historic mission to be a bul-
wark of himan liberty and national independence.
5. An America united, strong a3nd benevolent will not only promote
the well being of the continent hut contribute toward achieving for
I* the whp'e world the benefits n'" ne'c-' b3.srd1 nn iustice and freedom
-... in which aJ people., without distincton as to race or creed, can work
,with dignity and with confidence in the future.
,. "Signed in the City of Panama this 22nd day of July, 1956.

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,i 'Panama Meet ,
Results In Pledges',
S .lAnd Proposals

President. Magloire, Meoa-
dre Peolon's, successor .auchMd,
dowu In historical Panama City.
last week to represent, Haiti',
the 2-dy meeting of 'eninetel,,
e chiefs of state of the ". "ati is
eAt the conference table, he- sat
SY Esbeside the 'ailing .Eisenhowerf,
s-while Haitian Secietary "of Si tt
for Foreign AffAirs Charles' sat
beside' U.S, Sqerelarv of Stat .
Dulles .. .. ,

ITi conference of tt NOe hin"
bn s oho(Organisation of Ameria t-.'
tes) commemorated' t f a;:.t,:
r namaConorat n 1.26 6
U.S. cnd Haitian Presidents at I normal reception in Panama's Prest- by thee ulibrtadta w4. .imn -
dential Palace. var. Beforethe fiv6f-poiat deac--.'
te e o d t ation i f H emisphere ;.:o I x
was signed, the c.Ies of Cate
gave b rie S peech es. jh Ew eslent -
t" pMaglolre,. proud to i;,irt.s ,ts
great. forebeai Petionce xed0' *
Sthe ardent wish of uthecan H tas
w" ereople that a new' splrNtc1*Tuf'.
F emerge from #e ... c4.' '
which w Vduld we hethigldtiy
Sb d eaeiion i n a t ,o "co M #e _t.e
work', d ol.h idartv and-.,
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Si N odits in, e.dalt wi, th "I& t ;
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HOR CE UT ON f atuda Reie slncer&tspech ^S rig*hthe wil's
'pa n.snofi.".theRho,

ct the premise des dicfrations in the. Presidenial. Pae in.the midst oai theh e',: a
urge&'.that Aeri atatot-
of the wives of the pther Chiefs of State of the Americas. hj" n 'meriea r- .'t .-
s m i a shoi .. sow .`prowde.hewir- o .' :- .
i faith aed trbnslte it' ita i
THE SPEECH DELIVERED BY PRESIDENT MAGLOIRE i
SON SALON BOLIVAR ON JULY 22nd, 1956 "i Ho proposed that bc.l'
He proposed that, '.e., :,
Your Excellencies,,Mr. President- of the Couneil ", .al d e aea,.ree". .
Secretary General, Gentlemen, to maker nolmindatiOas.6.$M
Mn~aking 'the .OASefef e :=..Lb
I am honoured to be here today with-my eminent coliea% 1n-o 'the effrtve.e'
co-operative effort. '. -Reoie
gues bf the continent in this city -of Panama Which, has always 'es laiy the possibility of us :':
been chosen for the most epoch-making- meetings of the Ami- nfuclear.eorees. in the H i'"s"'""=
ericas. An important fraction of huminaity formulated-p 1826 both in industrain
min this distinguished historical place the' principles of unionti.g--e".- .jutasor L-.
,.Mg, disease. u So, just asOu rm-:f
of the Panamerican system. I realized,-my duty to -be present tinsn, hkye 'agreed that'we Og4iqi
at. this meeting unprecedented -in, the -adnals of nations in n 'to .ombat- armed V.'.,
the name of Alexandr9 Pdtion one of the .ational- heroes of itus, also jiin to fi" .
my country .who also has a noble place in the. galery. of the which wil enable our poop
heroes of this continent for. having joined in the-'pursuit of combat the ravages of (biieJ :
the'same ideal with the immortal Simon-Bolivar the father of' ,-'
the peoples of South. America. Eisenhower drew ti.e
I think it is 9 propoitious moment tot1hauk His Excellency.headines and the.'loudPst'/=6&
the-President Ricardo Alias for his kind-.invitatlon which a]-. as Inhis cOavalesctnee-he.drew.4
lows ime to represent one of the purest glories of.-our.America. 'o ;isw.,,inling phykieaL -dso.ex? :
whose memory has been praised in this' very place by, the de- be talk'nf.'.th conference ';S
legate of the P a n a m e r i c a n Union Dr., Ricardo W1 Alfaro alto'-the KdthMt intimate t...&v :-
on the occasion of the Panama Congress.; ', "- anywhere the..". "1
This meeting 'of the American Chiefs of State wilt A.k ain. f the' mbetiag." It showet!..,..
sure, be an important one in.the history of oqry regional.O'rga-l least. that he' realized. theb: i. .
nisation not onlybecause it is the commemoration, of thefirst, %rtmaie of-this- historic m.qet.ng!.F .--
congress during which. the foundations: 6f the League. ofNW- of te OAS.
tions were laid but especially because it-will be the poiht of .
departure towards the enlargdment, of our concepts."aidd.'of As if' to reassre his fellow';A
our actions; "chiefs of state.they need no leq'i-' :
The most: ardent wish of the Haitian people is that from er have -fears of the 'Unio,'i
this 'historic meeting in Panama a new spirit Will emerge, Stalesas.a..colossus ofthe Sw% .4':O
whose salient feature will be our detrmination to -complete Eisenhower said that Knever will'%'
our work of understanding and solidarity by Integrating into peace and security be sou .i 4
our relations the principles and the acts which may assure the thi- price of' subjecting any' '.
complete political, economic and cultural development of our lion to coercion or in r y,
sister Nations. -'in- its internal affairs. ,..

AL:-i ,l(RICE EVANS said:- al viztalize her in a nightgown sing$


HORAC'E SUTTON of Siturday Review piredets: ccshewill8 soof.:.
be Ihe-rage of sophisticated N. KY.,

THE OL(FFSON HOTEL's intimate summersOW
with the beautiful ADRIENNE -
also Thrillig, Unusual 'Folk Dances..

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4 .. ENDS -QUEEIj. OF CLUBS
i..'DS PRIZE-TRIP TO HAM
: Beautiful Miss Judy Campbel
''..aves Haiti today kfter spend
u...ing eight days in cool luXurious
...,; Beau Site' Hotel perched on
*..'Grors Mlor:ic overlooking the ca
'pita].
Yx'Aiss Campbell who had been
h'i"osen 1956 Queen'of the Club!
:' by the Friends of North-side
C .,.'Venter pam'n to Haiti as part of
asA al:exDenses-pald vacation
p.rip. She was chaperoned'on hedr
1 ',AA flight from Miami by Mrs
'.CIezny Watson. On her return
ij to her native New York, she
I'.n HWil.lbe welcmep at a closes pic
W ,.nc ,d. barbecue at the. resident
i-D, dnd Mrs. Kenneth
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-m:&;'(1 'Miss' Valerie Zamor, is home
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(fV,-.er diploria f'om Notre Dame
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As business s Correspondence .- an
I.:", also Perogravure et. cuir cise-
.'1.la, aq an art. "
':'Miss Zamlr is a former puph
of the dtcole mIesdeNorealles
uin;esso Corr; esat Port-au-Pdince.

5'i.She is the daughter of Mr. apd
tMrs. Antonio V. Zamor of Font-
i *.,a (Mrtissant);
$MALL POX CENTER TO BE
V OPENED HERE SOON..
' A, vaccination center against
:" small pox will be soon opened
VJ to the public. Dr. Galloso -World
.Health Organization specialist
,..entrusted to investigatee the rate
oif this disease in Haiti, is pre-
sently rambling around the coun
.-try to record the datas for his
Report to bhe World Health Or-
ganization.
gj.-
S-,. NEW BOY SCOUT
: IPUBLICATION-
..., .The first edition of a new pu-
i^.bli*cation tHaiti-Scout -- appear'
i d' this week under a June, 1956
t."date ine. The publication is the
"official organ of the National
S.fCouncil of the Scouts of'Haiti
iand is presented as a neat, con-
.else and attractive magazine of
.16. pages. 'Illustrations include
y.a picture of Lord Baden Powell,
-i 'the founder cf Scoutism. also pie
;.4.ttures of the Council members of
,ithe Scouts of Haiti: Dr Cons-
.tian- Pierre.I.ouis, Captain Geor-
:-..les Elie, Jr. and Maitre Gerard
j'Iartineau.
Si;',c".n the No. 1 issue is to be
.^ 'ud interesting articles on the
g; life of Baden Powell, as well as
|:; articles by Gerard Martineau,
!..J-cques Deverson. P.A. Chris-
,[, :.phose and'the Reverend B. La-
^'corombe. Scn'ts songs aBonsoir
; Chamarandev and cLa Marche
:'"an Camp. are reproduced on the
finalinl pages of eHalti&Scout-3.

01 YVS 'NG COOPS
i". Tast Tuesdlay Inspector gener-
*I, Max DatiJel., of the Cooperati-
;9 ,.'s Council left the Capital for
."a week inspection trip in the
.Central Plateau. Mr. Daniel will
. visit Maissade. Thomonde and
other localities, and will have
.,. talks with the managers and the
. with the managers and the se-
: cretaries of the Caisses Popu-
l. ]airest operating in these re-


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I DONALD B. OVERLY, PAA mechanic at Bewen Field, has settled
4 down to-life in the Potato Woods with his Argentine-born wife ant
r two young sons, age 9 and 5 years. Donald who hails from Fort Madi
s son, Iowa has rented the BoisbPatate home of Dr. Pierre Clermont.
S DR. ALPHONSE WAAG' sailed (forth on a 12-day trip to Antwerp on
e the SS Carpno, Monday. The. general practitioner will take delivery
- of an Opal on'the other side and cruise around ode Fathierland.,
FRESCO BAR is no more. The former snack-bar is lteing demolished
to make way for the new store d61 Jean-Claude Abraham, record merch
Sant. ,
TOURIST AVENUE will have an additional camera shop before the
end of the year. Kahn is reported opening a branch, near Tam-Tam.
MAJOR OSBORNE got three wheels and a wing of his rebuilt am
phibious Seabee in the air last weekend. After additional adjustments,
the completely reconstructed plane that once belonged to Captain Ace
is expected to take to the air, like a swallow.
THE ROLAND LATAILLADE family has moved to Fermathes fox
the summer. Their new home, one of the most tastefully built 'petit
chalet"' in t4e mountains today,' is the work of the Engineer-Architecl
team of Hubert Eth6art and Kiki Vilbard. The bedroom house is an
example of what can be done with ordinary woods. Mrs. Lataillade
has shown her hand in the interior decorating which is in keeping
with the theme 'of the construction.
CARLOS PEREIRA was at St. Franqois de Sales this week with -a
suspected case of appendicitis.
Dr. E. H. PAPE's smiling face was seen around this week. He did
not leave as the 'Sun, predicted but will leave for France this week-
end with a short stop-over in the'U.S. The vacationing physician, as a
parting gesture to\'speeding motorists, has placed a chic little 'en-
seign. at the entrance to his privateoroad on the route to Kenscoff.
DAMIANAj.HESSINO AND-JANET WRIGHT from Massaehussetts
and New York, were persuaded to stay here by their diligent guide Ti-
Wilson of the Champ-de-Mare. The girls spent 12 days at Plaza Hotel,
Villa Creole 'and Mont Joli. .They declared they will return to Haiti on
their honeymoon.
SSABINE GOVA, PH.. D. a writer who has -her articles currently pu-
blished in four languages has returned to write about Haiti. Of German-
French origin she 'called at the ,Sun,, Tuesday before setting off to
five for a month of lIe La Tortue saying she wanted to dig a. little
deeper than the average writer does in treating an Island such as Tor-
tuga. Sabine Gova had several stories published in The Reporter last
year on Haiti. Her story on Haiti with color photos will appear in the
anniversary edition of the oldest German Magazine this Fall.
-ROY 'FLOUR MILL, KELLY wasin town this past week wearing a
sun-tan and safari Jacket looking ever the progress on the project.
PETER BARTHOLEMEU Insturance-man v i s it i n g with Agent Vi-
tal erc added ,a most unforgettable' experience to his colorful life
last week when he road down from Le Perchoir (2,000 feet up) on the
back of Cook Pogo Tobo's motorCycle.
COL. PHILIPPE CRAM, Consul General in Miami is over for a month
of Summer with his wife Denise and son Robert on Impasse Lavaud.
NEWS OF LA RUE In the Avenue John Brown, this week, a vol-
canic eruption left t Ion ridge of solid earth and rock. In Turgean
two geysers of water sprouted not 10 meters apart. The water has
receeded and the Public Works Department has planted corn in the
'moist asphalt. The PWD expects a bumper crop this year from all the
planting they have done around holes throughout the city.
THE RUMBA CLUB is worth while investigating. It is not like a lot
of other places on Christmas Tree. Lane. The colored lights at the
modest entrance db -Onot signal the presence of wine, women and juke
boxes. This new night ipot is well laid out with tables set besides the
sea, a mosaique dance piste., two spotless bars and the atmosphere
is strictly cHaitien, with an orderly touch. From the Rumba Club you
get a 'new looks at the venerable Tropical Bamboo Club which boosts
the largest wooden donde floor in the Caribbenn. nnd the smilln3t
electric light bill. Over these two nite spots- the modern and the
old hangs an era of romance, a combination of the sea and the mystic
East.

SMrs. ARMANDE KLANG, wife of the Splendid Cigarette executive,
sailed for Europe on the good ship Carana.
THE BEAUTY AROUND .TOWN, this week, is Angle Verna who is
visiting in Petion Ville with her mother, a Helen-of-Troy type beauty
herself, from New York City. Angle's mother is married to Yves Ver-
na, former Haitian Consul General in New York. who now resides in
North America. Claude Stephen, the 'Caracol' tycoon has been seen
in the capacity of guide.

THE ARISTOCRATS of T6te de l'Eau will welcome the rumour that
the Shango Club, is going to be closed with glass jalousies and air-
conditioning during show 'time so as the delightful music will not
interfere with their beauty sleep.
KALIM HAGE, big commervant, leaves today for the U.S. He will
return by Panama next month.
'JIMMY* IS THE NAME of the big boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Nas-
sim Mourra. GrAnd'pere Amadore is handing around the cigars. The
Nassim's first child wasb orn last Sunday.


S H A N G 0
SHANGO

NIGH1T-CLUB
Open Nightly
With Best Band In the Land
Reduced Drink Prices


Last Birthday Bottle Of ,Grantl


.4

Crooner Herbie Widmaier whose melodious voice is heard at Caba-.'
ne Choucoune on Saturday nights and pver 'Radio Haiti, Thursdaya
evening when he is disc-jockey on the English 'Music Caravan', cele-
brated his 22nd. birthday two weeks ago Herbie ,woh the last bottle,
of Grant Scotch Whiskey for this summer in a lottery of birthdays oU;
the week. The weekly gift bottle of Grant, will be continued in Sept-:
ember by distributors 'Haiti Trading Co.,.
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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER '
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
ditor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERICH
tjrant-Responsable \ PAUL E. NAJAC

'aindals Kill Budding ,Flmower Industry
;Mahoticres Says Lee ..
"!Aterton .Lee of Chatelet des Fleurs stated to us in eon-
ersation that it had been necessary t6 close up their produc-
on topical flowv6ers at Mahotlbirek. He .said that there was
*.,akwienforcement for his property there. Over one-third
eawitof his hillsides were wantonly denuded of trees for,
ewood and'sold by habitants there who are friends of the
tur hl' P police. ,.
J.,,Whereas -he was shipping tropical flowers several times a
.w.eek, to the States now he-cannot get enough flowers to mak6
aipment because of stealing. These incidentally are, the
flowers which wop. the first prizes and Special Award at the
*.New York International Flower Show. A
i* Twice the Rural Police of the area arrested and jailed hiis
L-, own responsible watchman. The result is that any watchman
N he appoints is intimidated and stealing is. general.
SLee stated that he gets the finest cooperation from the top
'.levels of the Government but that at subordinate levels It is
Another stoty. .
, The matter was-brought -to the attention of the police in
", charge aj. Fort ,.Dimwaehq e:ral times.with no. result. Lee
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I think Mr. Vrooman' project
of a Golf Course is a commenda
ble ef f o r t .ca his part. It ih
something the community define
teoly needs, besides its direct be
nefft to tourism, it is also a great
asset to the businessmen 'of Hai
ti. Not a week passes without
some business econfirer' visit
ing town. The problem to enter
.tain. him at night 'is now',solved
with the' .growing ring of nit'
spots, but it's the afternoon thaf
is a problem. Most U. S. firms'
export, managers' acid travellin,
representatives are avid golfer.
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iysiens a.spaik.-o .the e .the -particular country -in
f iawikh the aff-ec.ed 'individuals
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4J Speech at Club Interna-
S Coniherce Lunisteon.

.at Kingsfn that Simonf
.a, exiled a=te the failure
.'first attempt .,to liberate
Opanjh colonies, wrote his
4a letter of. Sepbte". ..5, 6,
k ..nn as the Jamaica Let-
..wbich e sketthpd, -like
1b0 df the 'future;tie';'gran-
p.roject of a Pan' American
S:'It.was from Kingston hat.
me to Haiti, seeking aid to.
4. the struggle: .for ,;libera'-.
He. chose Haiti because the
.of the Haitian President,
,ii*e Petion, ,was '.khown,
'bered in 'Jamaica. TMe in-
auts of *That islMsandi.4qiwtpii
Ikzgatdfully that Petion, mo-
"r'by the deepest feepling.of.
in-brotherho6&L-had 4AtVi21
ta'td the sending of ,4odd
a' British possession' tbeati,
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fi '^AmbrasuV^r cw6" ,*.d.
Mcomplanied-'b,.'k large num-
r'of. followers>*1mon B9flvar
*.at Aux Cyes, Haiti, on
december 24, iaf, where ;he
enthusiasmias icq y. welcomed.
.'Cishwe to 'Pottaii -Princp' ;ind
:, received blrit'President-:- '1 -,;
a, ,as.he wrote in hipstter 'of
4'ia'y, s1816,-to Cuis 'Brion. ,
lt'last I arive d here. at.
.the.'day before : yeterd y.
.t"r.ay was 'a holiday and I
t not see the' President. I
I,' just had- a ;'it.w#ith him
.was- very pleasant as you
in gai *ke, ThePresident
to me 'as Well as to th-.
i..'.tbe very pleasat.. His
"n. enance shows his chaact-
Ais as.'beneioltent t.t f.
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v# been, able' to speak to tWai
.In general-te' ustateryhn.
Ip4ls.'iosuible 4o^dssmtes
g:l do so wi.tlieieseW '
Uiiartnix that opr lusbtninumnq

^ Jthough- Haii".bad won .its.
Sependen'e only 14: years b.-
oeA the libertador arrived' in
dx ..Caves and was not in a
..Mtg' financi*L position, Pticn
ye$imon Bolivar money, arms
unitlons, supplies, ships and
I small -printing press. The lat-
.'of February 8, 1816, cleaye
*iA'poSterity an irrevocable mo-
itme'nt 'to the Haitian Presi-
Ofit's phi!anthropy.i I proposed
.,Ha'the President be'named as
&4he author of American liberty.
.iall documents addressed to
"be inhabitants of Venezuela. In
.his answer of February 28, PC-
i.tlon declined such an honor for
tiimself, claiming as the only ie-
ttcpense for his aid, the pro-
,.clmnation of complete freedom
'of slaves in all those countries
S..of America where the arms of
..of the Liberator should triumph.
,.'Thqe Amdticai historian, Harold


$^SMiwBolivsr
Lndwchon'
-A. Bierek, professor at the Uni-
sty:of Nrth Carolina, hhs
filts" to :ay: .'.-."^ ... :,,. '
Bolivar and Alexandre PNtion
-fxtwd' 141b significant agree
'1w!it In b'ebnzary 1816, udndr
wich-fetin, ,req.dent and Si-
irector of the first. negro Reeu-
bile of thb worik gave several
th usamds muscats, powder, bul.
lets, flints *and a printing press
and provisions In recompnse for
the promise of Bolivar that if
lie shouldd triumph 'in' his efforts
to liberate Venezuela, he would
literate all the saves in the coun-
tries. in which his flag of victory
sbould'fly. (The above is quot.
d fl' i tie hulletAi of the Na.
tional. Academy of History.. pu.
'bllshdi'i 'Catiaca in 1953.)
The. little expedition left the
port of Aux Cayes,'.iz the South
of Haiti, i. April 1816. On May
31. Bolivar landed at Carupano,
.dfter a shori.stop .at, Margarita
Island. It was not untU July. 3,
:however, 'that bhe .biipied Oe.u-'
are. -Feeling" tliat the 'moment
'had come to..answer the
requestt of Petibn, he 'p ro
m'u Frlga-t ed 4his famous, pro-
olamation decreeing the reaboli-
'i0on.of slavery in Spanish I..Ameri-
ca, 'ifter' having freed 1500 of
his own siwves at San M[ateo.
tOhur bifoortunntodrafHeru,) 'sai"
'be, ,'who .areundeihe-.bond -of.-
slavery,. are froni ths'itioinenti
declared' free. The laws of na-
ture and humanity and .the 'Go-
verzm.nt '.-itself- irod1at,-t.eirt
ItUerty.' Henoeforth, there.w'ill
be in Venezuela only one class
of inhabitants. All .will le 9qti-
zejis.
This act marks a;-.nmoment- .of-:
exceptional. importaAce i4 the
history of 'f.ie.: world 'the office.
'al 'recognition 'in Spanish A tberi-
ca of the rights o'.-Negroe. and
thdse of African descent as.men
ana citizens, Haiti is proud of
having brought this about /
'Defeated. on July 10, 1816 by"
the superior forces of General
Morales, Bolivar was obliged to
return to Haiti in September,. He.
received again aid from Pdtion
and was able to leave Aux Cayes
on December 28, after writing
"to General Marion this letter:
M'.cM benefaition attaches men,
be'sure; General,, that I mnW my.
eompanpions will always, love the
Iaiidan people oil the dhlef&
who makb them happy.N.
.'Thajt mtfe, success was the re-
compenie. of the Liberator. Lat-
-erli:j *"victory- of Ayacucho on
December 9, 1824 crowned the
struggle ..which led ; to indeperi-
dence "of-V~nezuela, Colombla,
,Peru, Ecuador and' Bolivia.
In a letter of October -, 1816
"Simou Bolivar expressed his ap-
preciation of Pdtion in terms
whidh merit quoting:
aYoqr Excellency possesses a
quality 'which is above empires,
namely altruism, it is the Presi-
dent of Haiti alone who governs
for the people. It is he who leads
his equals. The other potentates,
content to make themselves obe.
yed, scorn the love which glori-
fies yon. The hero of the North,
George Washington, found only
enetny soldiers to conquer. Your
Excellency has all to conquer,
enemies and friends, foreigners
and countrymen. This task will
not be impossible for Your Ex-
cellency, who is ahead of his
country and his epoch.*


SIndeed our organization has
already, begun to apply the prin-
ciple that the material welfare
ind. progress of each member is
vital to the wellibeing of every
other. But we can, I thfik, .do
more.
ON THIS MATTER a simple
.hought which I have had an op-
.ortuniy to express to' some
jther Amercann" preslderits here
.as been viewed generously- by
hem. It is tiit,eaci of us should
Lame a sppeci.al'representative .toa
Soin in preparing for us concrete
recommendations for making. our
organizationn of American States
more effective instrument in
lose fields of cooperative effort
iat affect the welfare of our
eoples. To thbse representatl-
es we could look for practical
suggestions in the economic, fi-
ancia], social and technical
fields which our, organization
tight appropriate adopt.


As one useful avenue of effort merely on the momentum .
thy could.. gite etaz bkght to their faith. We, too uiast have'
ways in tp h we. cold 'hasten, our faith and see' that it is:
.Pe.Aben aal6. use .' ajiu4.er for- translated into works. So, .just as
fl*oes. 6 i r he"heishere, our nations have'agreed that we
iboth industry and in combatt-.. Ashould join Jo _o ih -..Antdt
ing disease. aggression, let us also join to.|
The corning years will bring find the ways wich wIlriisi '
to mankind limitless, ways in (our..peoples to .om.tqat"e *va-'
Shich this new science .can ad- ges of desease, poverty am ino.
v.n9 bwpin .. ,welfap e. Let us' ranoe. .- ..
.prog$.ss stp.~etlr,"as one_.fa".i..y, Let us give 'themA.s,' -I
in a'.hl~evin.g'6 0.n r..p l u
duals, a better .pto i;ui.
th-ese results. only to piurue happinVes, -rt,.t'
to gain it. .,.
OUR ORGANIZATION can to gain it ... .. :i .i .t.-ha
A great" .VmtIF' ikt .i.h !i
Never be static. We sare here to drawn together this dAPreceden.i"i
comminmorate a dynamic concept ed 'assemblage-'of the presentsn. "
1 nitidted at the Tfirst interAMne- of. the Americas. Perhap; ,i our -'
rican conference-of:1826 convok- day, it may, be given us to help *I
ed by Simon Bolivar. )We here usher in a, new era Which Will I
play tribufe- to 'the faith of our add worthily to that history :
fathers, which was translated -Thus, we too will -have served
into new institutions and new the future, as we have been
Sw.orks. -greatly served by the' past that 'i
Out. *we, cannot go on forever we honor here today. "






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i bicycle was introduced tej:i statue
Fluiti -- 50 years ago. It perlng.
reiot place the donkey, or
I'oth.r beast of burden, but Today in
Sroadstiof Haiti improved house acro
-jbecaihe the requisitesr of Notre i';Dan
..:.Messeager boy and the hard cles from I
ldzig middle class. fIrts in
4eCapital took to. riding bikes
....J thUe Champ-de-Mars as '
p'.1p,-utv rofitina, ten years ago.
T.But many young inen refused
..o ride a bicycle bccaure of their
i !stotraiti .ratiou in life. TI( .1
.'who q ma1e thi, .i o , .
2 /MaristrkW a oid '~yfioi^^
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who was tho butoV 'answe't,
b'our list oe twenty q- d .i-tloni-. -
.p air of. .oserity aboutt hp,
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l m school.. u quarter. o rii wit
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stands today, .prios- American Navy, to Port, because
'..,., these sport loving American .go p
. for riding bikes and horses.
i an bold delapidted Maurice rents the eBecane
ss from tde fBisilique ((creole for Bike) to only people
ne he rents -but- .icy- he knows or are recommended to
bis fleet of four dozen him. As for foreigners they are -
U isua'ly accomnpanied by guides
\ / "3 50 cehts (haitian) for 30 minutes. ll
s. DWith special daily rental rates.,
[ "wLeaving Maurice to his bikes,
S! your Reporter called on Bicycle
S :'c:'ter Jean in Bolosse who was
More communicative and 'an- l
wered our questionnaire:
He started with one bicycle in MONDAWt
21 45.
x i 1 ToAay he has twenty two in it
stodk. IT'S
During 11 years, he "lost three TB S
of his ldicycles 'which three cus- L'
Customers rented from him and ne- -
"eilh oughlt -ack..' : .
SWhen. an accident occurs dur- ._"
i.ng the period a bicycle is rent-
ed, the'-questibn is handled fifty
-- iff r' ,
L 'r The takez on rent of bikes is '
S ten 6gnts TJ S for half an hour "v
if --'----~ ', and the customers must. pay in.,-, .-."". '
16,ho Ipoks as if he'll advance. .. ; .
h' it.'0L"' l His..usual, 'customers. are:' -" '
young bourgeois who rent them :
11I .. .. ..... ....' that frbm him to go to the,'ivei'or-.
.... . : b her-sea"'for a swim, beginners"'leain- 1 '
l tf the ing to ride and school boys, -'on.
ohoIidaiys. '',4
^.f.f .ho-l Bicycles, last about five years, L
I..a.l and when they are old, ie sells :.-. P"
them. E "!
rcoune t~ie business
Conditions, of certain roads do .
ada f tbe e business of. 'renting -
L cS bikes'especially with certain ri- P. ,,:
,/t9 jfl derb-who -go- through the- stony ,:' .T ,
9h',, .roads without taking care. !I
9 -qJ (He is a native o,.,Port-au-Prin-
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pleasant and enjoyable stay in this lovely and hospitable ','
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NATIONAL PALACE






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

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* Camp de'Mars
'Open dally except Sundays

PALAIS DES BEAUX ARTS


Aux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Open dally fzol i i
Art Exhibitions

MUSEE DU PEUPLE HAITIEN






Aux Palmlstes, Exposition Grounds
Open dally from 9 5
For further information
see your Travel Agent


FOYER DES ARTS PLASTIQUES


"" UX P almls Exilltion Grounda
p*n' dally from 9 5
Permanent Art Exhlbitons


ART CENTER
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Phone: 2055


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Open daily except Sunday from I5
Current Art Shows


IRON MARKET








Grand'tue
Open daly from 6 4
Special Market days on Saturdays


METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL

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Petion Plaza
Open daily from 4-6

COLONIAL CATMEDRAL


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Open dally
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THEATRE DE -VERDURE







Aux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
dpen Tuesdays and Thursdays
Evening for folklore shows


STADIUM PAUL E. MAGLOIRE






Rue Durana
Boxing and Track Field events.
Football (Soccer) Matches
Thrice a week 'at night
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Open -dally from 8 5 Phone: 317T

MUSICAL FOUNTAIN






CltR6 de I'Exposltlon, Exposition Grounds
Classical Concerts
all Wednesdy and Sunday nighfi
from 7 10 pL m.

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Open AudUtorlium /
Sunday Concerts from 7-9 p.m.
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see your Travd Ageat

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World-renowned
Mountain-Lop Restaurant,
Dancing and Gift Shop
Phone: 2105

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Cit de l I'Expositisn
Gambling and Dancing
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Floorshow on Wednesdays Phone: 3076
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Open'ou Saturday Nights Phse: j8

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Martissant ,
Air-conditioned Bar Dancing
Excellent ofthestra, folklore floofshows

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Pitiohvlle
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Dinner dances on
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THORLAND CLUB


Carrefour Road
Swim cocktails
Tennis


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(the world, is the branch of LA ,licy, thh sales slip with every
IBELLE CREOLE located on purchase, with ithe guarantee of
i.the terrace of the .E. PER- the firm's iame, are identical
S:.CHOIR, the famous restaurant
I'on top of BOUTILLIERS i
*$MOUNTAIN, overlooking Part
"'Mu Prince.
:V.-Through the wide windows
:: Le Perchoir Gift Shop the
.!iihopper's eyes are drawn, from
$the attractive show cases, to the' Located in the shop is a bar
.breath-taing beauty or nearly where one can sip Haitian rumn
Mtwo thousand square miles of punch, tea, coffee, soft drinks-
:- .Hispsliola s plains, mountains or where one can have a'tween
^ 'and us, lying 3.300 feet below, meal snack of sandwiches, ca-
S: p ..S1e4ous, and always coot ke, ice cream, while shopping.
:.L'aIL Perchoir .Gift Shop offers The combination of cool cor-
'the same high quality French fort, spectacular view, excel-
" perfumes. Haitian jewelry, dan- lent merchandise, and refresh-
r craftf, books, paintings and ment, make a shopping trip to
'; hundreds of other gift items, LE PERCHOIR GIlT SHOP
' assembled'from the far corners a pleasant and profitable ex-.
dof the earth, as in the mother perience a high spot indeed
I...t. La Belle Creole, in town. in your travel


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By Mary Johnson
Gaiety is keynote of night
life in Port-eu-Prince the
gay sophistication of a New
World Paris underlined by the
hypnotic beat of African tam-
bours.
And in keeping with its
French traditiohi the accent is
on good food in a romantic it-
mosphere. Few places in the
world can offer a more enticing
blend of thew two elements
than Le Perchoir, Haiti's smart-
est restaurant that hovers 3,000


tt /.-
feet above' Port-au-Prince and
its emerald bay. Guests during
tea and cocktail hb'Ir have a
Eront row seat.at one of the'most
bewitching settings ever &ro-
vided for., a tropical sunset.
Then the 'lights gq on and tlh
curving bayshore is outline. in
a necklace of shimmerng
pearls. On the breezeswept
terrace, guests can watch cars
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stop at the Dominican border
20 miles away. :
Whether it's a. thick ,state-
side steak or an ethereal'iRum
Souffl, Le Perchoir food is
superbly prepared and elegant-
ly served. F6lix Guignard and
his orchestra provides music for
dancing.
The International Casino, a
swank establishment run by a
staff imported from Monte-
Carlo,, is one of' the major
points of interest during 'the
summer and winter tourist sea
sons. There one can dine on
excellent Italian food end later
visit the gaming tables which
are meticulously run undeAthe
supervision of the Haitian Go-
vernment. On tbe bay side,
an orchestra beats out rhum-
bas, mamabos and romantic Hai-
tian meringue-fdr dancingg un-
der the twinkling stars.
Near the -Casino in the bree-
zeswept Exposition Grounds
is the Open Air Theatre de
Verdure where visitors can
attend the bi-weekly shows put
on by the. talented National
Folklore Troupe.
Around the curve of the bay
is the newly remodeled Hotel
Riviera with its huge air-con-
ditioned Bamboche Room and
circular bar. The bar's revol-
ving center serves as the stage
4wIhel. Desgrottes tri-lin-
,al crooning and a nightly
"n show The white-faced Ban-
'a dancer is Minsky's in rever-
P. a comedian par excellence.


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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 Ibo Lele on Fri-
day evenings during the Sea-
son. The El Rancho features Ti
Ro Ro, Haiti's number one dru-
-miner, and members of the Na-
tional Folklore Troupe on
Friday eveningN and other spe-
cial dance nights which vary
according to the season. Hotel
Dambala has a Saturday night
chicken barbeque beside its il1u-
minated pool, with and orches-
tra providing music for outdoor
dancing on its marble patio. The
Villa Creole's IBig 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-rqofed night
club,:Cabane Choucouqe, is .the
mecca of the Capital Elite and
visitors. Alternating orchestras
thrdb 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 lass. There is^.a en-
trance fee which raries depen-
ding upon the entertainment
for the evening. The Cabane
Chou.ouAe ofteh features lea-
dcling foreign entertainers.
Saturday night is also the
night for taking trips into the
nearby hills to attend the pea-
sant cbambochesu 'or non-reli-
gious dances held in open cton-
nelles* to the. pulsing beat of
the voodoo drums. It's an UN-
FORGE7 TABLE experience.
For late Stayer uppers any


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


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rican favorites, such as Alexen-
Sder's Ragtime Band.
For dinner minus dancing,
there is Petionville's Le Picar-
dcli a FPiench-run Pension fea-
turing Esoargot, pepper steak
and the-sort of food rarely seen
or tasted off the Midi. In Port-
au-Prince, Aux Cosaques is
known for its tasty flaming
.lobster and other typically Hai-
tian dishes. The Savoy, just
off the Ohamps de Mars, offers
either Haitianzi or American
foods and if you ire really ho-
mesick for southern fried chic-
ken that is just where you'll
find it a block frmn the Na-
tional Palace Chanticleer,
.tucked -away in Bqis Verna, is
,the latest addition to the swart
eating houses in Port-au-Prince
Open all night.

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", It you really
Want to bee
Somie acquain-
B ted with Hai-
Stit there are
Many intere-
sting trips
which afford
S a close-Lip of
-i., Haitian life
which you cannot gain if you
confine your sight-seeing to the
city.
Most of these trips can be
made in conventional automo-
bilbs, 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
SYourself 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 reasonmnalble rates. Ask
your hotel manager or your
travel agent for details.
l /
Bach of these trips has its
special attraction. From the
longer trips you will return
with a ;grand thirst, a hearty
appetite, a delicious fatigue,
quickly banished by a hot bath
", .


TRA I'l
(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 from the bar
since you left... And, of course,
you will have a good reserve of
conversationeal ammunition to
last you for many months.
So, starting with the shortest
trips 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


-own of Petionville, then up a
'winding mountain road, borde-
red By'flaming giaht pointsetta
'plants. You pass the tratched


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roof habitations of peasants and hour of this trip will be full of /
arrive in rural Haiti, where life unforgettable impressions.
goes on as it has for centuries If ,onll ;e pr-,s.ed tor time,' "
as if the city below did not you can fly to the Cape in 453
exist. LE PERCHOIR, modern minutes, and can make the en-
oasis on the mountain, offers tire pilgrimage in a single day .
the facilities of its restaurant n*e of Haiti's most beautafutf
end night club, its Terrace Bar, beaches, Raymond les Baimt%
and its branch of La Belle Cre- Two hotels there, clean onEJ
ole Gift Shop to make the trip comfortable. Plan to stay 6vemr?
even rrmore enjoyable and profi- night at least. :
table. After sundown light FORET DES PINS '
wraps' advisable, and gentlemen (Pine Forest) '4
are asked to wear coats in the In south-east Haiti, a driye o.
restaurant after p. m. Allow JACMEL.s some 60 miles from Port-a
two hours for this trip plus If you want another trip off- Prince is a beautiful pine foremk
time to eat the-beaten track go to Jacmel, a e elevation of about ,0..
timne to et .J at an elevation of about qO{
on Haiti's south coast. Jadmel, feet. To arriy. at this 500
CAP-HAITIEN once a flourishing town, still acre forest one d ives thru
AND LA CITADELLE has a considerable export bu- the rich sigar cane lands ol
S smines," but is typical of many the Cul de Sac plain, teat .
This trip is ai.experience in .. ... % ...I
i .L *~through nand a rd regionaof ca
history and geography. It is an %- U a ari r.o u o e.
S. tus to the edge of Lake Etang
adventure .nd a p lgria-g- Su.natre, famous salt lake, "
which you must not miss. Y. -,m -.- es w r.,1 o v.1 i ".,
_. \--- ested vith crocoadileslyig I o9
'- .^^ ^"*u lthe frontier of the Dom"nia
S. Republic. There the climb coinW
.-e.-; i m fences to the cool Pine For4
, -- F r sHaitian provincial sea-coast This trip will take all day.
'_ .N... towns waiting for better days returning to your hotel..,
Sto come. Jacmel has a flavor cocktal1and dinner, Passin
a .of its ovw. To get there you through a number of small J
if, y hv t tm wcan take the easy way by air, tian townis and villages, it''a
If you have the time, we re- ... ......
n a yo or the adventurous way by ford a variety, of impressions
cormnen~d that you, take three .. -..... .... -- .,. .--- ..
d a nd g to t ..Ca b.t road,, about 60 miles, practical- of Haitian life and-geograp r
days and go to Qap-Aaitien by .-by... ,?
car It abo .1 e ly every mile of which has a Take a wrap for your vhltvj
car. Its about 170 mfles and a ... . :.
nmuM of 5 or 6 hours, but rver crossing. Near Jacmel is its cool up thera. .4
rwun~m u~m of 5 or 6) hourss, but [ .-,
you should take about 8 hours ., .
to enjoy it most. So to one of h
Cap HaYtien's comfortable ho-
tels. For the night, go to the
Citadelle the next day, retur- .n *.. I
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CHIGAGO, July 14,-An inspec-
tor lin.te Hatitan "government de-
partmnrit of o abo.har concluded
fron$iVL-e months 'travel in the
SUniteh-'Sttes that ,a major pre
cupatiou -it this.country is with
the heqa-th -nd safety of Ameri-
_-cans .....

.TA ,vL(tor is Jacques Romai
*of rtrtai-Prince: He and a' .corn
Ipanion, Eiaee Jean-Baptiste;'alaso
t.aitiaff I'ibor 'M"partneht ins-
,pector, seit ..week ii-' Chicago
as'patft-O- .t. technical 'o-ope-
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IU. S. Intternaticrial Co-operation
Admiztra&,iqn. They have been
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the two, Haitians.4ere guests at
the faznus Ha*thorne Works of
Western Etdttic Co. Inc; Rot~ain
- said his. impression of the plant's
safety #das Sgdod, because of the
' 'good kbusekeeplng, techniques
practicod there. :/He noted that
tpols af' 61 oer equipment were
2ealy ar .ged, and' the machi-
l". ies.: ere..itted 'with' safety devi-'
oeq: TIje-'awthoxte-plant has re-
.teewed 4,tensive attention over
'. the ye.aj as a"-place where some
of the earliest efforts at scientific
labor reL4tons were carried out.

4.a. geancits. for the .weelr ir
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Rolmain, .noted that the United
States' was 'considerably advan-
ced in its social legislation.
He cited as an example the wi-
despread', coverage of workmrn's
compensation in the United Sta-
tes. "


,Another bit of U. S. Labor le-
gislation hibch Roma!'-n praised
is unertiploypient compensation.
The. Haitiian ".'oyenment em-
ployee said he'..*6.od like to see
such U. S .labdr' lslation adop-
ted throughout his epintry. -
Romain commented favorably,
too, on the orgrnisation of 'Ame6-
rican unions, explaining that1the
s"-ndicate at home organjs.d
workers only along, single-Indus-
try lines.'and did not' combine
workers by -crafts or 'industry
intp .aUeembracng., labor. federa-
tions On the U. 8. model.. :

While 'he and .his, colleague
wer,,ae. BNew. York.. he .said they.
observed thef procedures of a U-
nion representational electron. Uh-
d4errausplceS, of the.'National La-
.lqor Relatiois 'Boari; He' saidI 'it
appeared a ivaluablA"mithod 'of
id'eterinifig.i-tii o .nuthoizei d re,
presentativ' .workerXl.; .' (
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that he had been warned, plhior
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the United. States. Yet.thi: dar't
skinned man said.' be.bad. n.
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restaurit, ohu.rch 'or oth'. -pii-
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his fellow,artists of the piano and the vaccines. So delicate --'7
are they, in fact, that/Ti-Ro-Ro i4 looking to.science and Fire- f. t
stone for a retrbad job. His hands, after drum beating at hot- j \
els, night dlubs, and private lesson sessions -2"that c&ai take I
place even in a camfiiohiette-- are very nearly ,worn to pulp. '
Batteing .an average of 1,000 drum beat.4 .ay on'a taut .H', .
goat skin, and thumping the hairy edge which is more wood
than goat has t4ken its toll of Ti Ro-Ro's hands. n i"''"'
The -arms 'are unspoiled by the art.. Where' the hands have IN PETION VILLE'
sufferd, "the arms iavh prospered; they are 'gile, well diuscled -" ._ .____
and w*ienl'he master of the drum acceptss -a preferred 'green
PaclP (dollar bill) they are at their best. TInMI
This swiftness even accompanies everyday -cpetites ch'oses PERENNITi U QU BA lrMENTl.
like: rains, typical Ti Ro-Ro salutations that go with a swift sema-
phore movement,^hatit.ps,,s-h at,. ficks a bowi, and lifts his
chain and crucifix and little ,ouaanga bag from his breast 'to
his lip. .At :nigit. the -movement is enlarged to encompass your
cigarettes andfi d atdhs. "'l es
SIf Ti-Ro-Ro has a genuine excuse' for hiking the cost of his
lessons, ap4 not delivering g special drumn he is preparing for \
you, exclusively, his bands are if. .____L __
IJe figures hlie has only another two million hours of drum-
Ig left before. he ll he waving-them around like two fine qua-; FTANChEMENT ABStILlU
lity rare filets from Ti-Tosh's kitchen in the Cit4 de 'l'Exposi-
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5Le docteuri TiRoro:, 4-as this king of the tambour is a LASTIMENT
doctor in the fullest senSe of-.the creole expression, c liarges -,
from $.,.to $5 for private lessons.-at home, Prices depend. on. Concrete DIensifier give:
the type of rythmn taught. Resistance water-tightness
Ti-Roro who travels around ,the city on ,his ti-bicyclette .
and sleeps at night with his sole Mis'ress, cErzulia&L in his Hardness .
pyjamas, 'charges $7 for four lessons at the various hotels (his .
home hptel is El' Rancifo).
The $7 course is usually spread over four days and includes .B
on an average of seven students.i '


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Sed Dr IFrederique Martin has a
Deep appreciation of local cul-
-;ture. Well informed about cUI-
",u nrai events, he takes a.-keen in-
4.c terest li the new movement of
;: Haitiman writers and painters and
.'titheir effort to make local tradi-
IVtisn an integral part of their
tcniwe. -.

5 ThLs amiable French scholar
.0. who is reSponsible for fostering
Haitias-French cultural / rela-
.t.nios, tceed the 'difficult problem
shortly after his arrival of decid-
r ng whether Creole (language
andi literature) might be cdnAide-
,.red "as an obstacle to, the ipromo-
i::itionof 'French culture in Haiti.
SHe.had been quite prepared to
li...'.accept performances of local
Theater in the F-kenoh Institute
InAuditbribm, Which would bring
.tlaiean aiid French artists toget-
:..'&er-when .th* incident involving
,-the thatro d'Hfliatib and the
^. 'ench Mission forced his 'hand.
:Trapped between his esteem for
locall troduetions and his non-pol-
".ey-making functionary's duties,
T;,he negotiated, in a .gentlemanly
manner, 'the -compromise that
ended the -incident without loss
-o f pteatigpTor either side.

Ont te -one hand he would
twftwe to answer -to the Cultural
.,iviou of the Quay d'Orsay for
^.P:,.U :,,,a Creole play (which is
:-st ahn-offisse ti French culture,
bUt any be considered by some
41 officials as a deviation from it).
Vi OnLate other hand, he would be
SrefuSng to acknowledge a literary
*-m.es'i which has been acclaim-
-i .f't6. the most earest support-
.es of Ftnech culture t Haiti.
*.: -He Imade no statement on this
ismu. But when the, .urtaln fe'l
Anatole'kt St.1 liliih, Dr.
i;Tartzn areathecta aiSgh-of relief
t mpa e' of the greatest crises
fl Inelestai of. his type. .ha
eri .been called upon to face.
S..'Dr Martin hPd in fact arrived
"- ''t last March to replace
r. 3..1 imon Lando who is now
!.CflaraI Attache at the French
,, basy and Director of the


French Lycee in Bogota, Colum-
bia.
Born in 1913 in Pontoise, Seine
et Oise, 1 kidlometer from Paris,
he studied in the Sorbonne and
won his agregation (slightly high-
er than PhD) in French Gram-
mar ih 1936. On the completion
of his military service inI
Sherhsffen. near Strasbourg,
from 1939 to 1940, he was sent
to the *eastern front in Nancy
until the occupation of France.
The Germans burned his house
in ,Luisant, near Chartres in
1944. Mr Martin meanwhile
taught Gr:mmar in the Lycee of
Chartres and later on in. the Ly-
:de Pasteur in Neuilly-sur-Seine.
After the war, in 1945, Dr. Mar-
tin was named Cultural Attache
for Central America, at the Mis-
sion of Frane" in Guatemala. Be-
fore coming to Haiti, he was
Cultural Attache at the French
Embassy in Bogota, '.. Columbia
and had been Director of the
French Lycee in the same city
since 1948.
The New Director of the
French institute said that he
feels at home in Haiti because
Haitians are courteous and hos-
pitable. Moreover, .the affainity
of language makes -it easy for
him to. contact people. He en-
joys the agreable climate and
the beautiful landscape of this
country. of love tropical seas,
although I am not a good swim-
mer' he .confessed. And he con,
tinued: AW:-- Paul Moral and I
have:,beeni in Montrouis, La Mer
,Fruppde, Cayes, and Cavailion.
I plan to visit all Haiti. This
country': is so beautiful and its
people so nice'.
Besides. Dr. Martin is a con-
naisseur of classical music. H,
plays the piano bit being not :a
virtuoso, as he said, he keeps a
good collection of records. In li-
terature his favorites are,. La
Fontaine among the cclassicalJ
authors and Giraudomx among
the moderns. In his spare time,
,-he plays tennis with his ,wife
Jacqueline. '
The Martins, and their 13 year-
old-daughter Jdelle, are living in
the beautiful and. large two-stor-
ey home of Mr. Robert Nadal at
Place Boyer in iPelion Ville. '
Dr. 1Martin said .that there, will
be no :i'g change in the"prgram-
me of the. Institute.. Th cMardi
de l'Institut Franais will be
continued.-At the,'moment, he is
'trying to re-staff the Faculv of
the Mission, notably weakened
by the departure of Professor
Devost and professor BUtterlin.
The substitute for Mr. Jacques
Butterlin, now posted .in Colum-
bia, will arrive next Octoberr. The
new director, plans to organize
numerous exchanges of students
and professors between France
and Haiti, to encourage more
artists like Jean-Louis Barrault
last month :and musicians to in-
clude Haiti in their itineraries.
He has already remodeled the
stage and the lecture room of
the Institute.

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except for the subject of Greek.
This is due, no doubt to the dif-
ference in hours .-aloted to this
language in the schools.

Dr.:Martin is not wo-ried about
the destiny Of the French Lan-
guage in Haiti, since, in his opi-
nion, 4,Haitians speak and write
French perfectly .

Speakling of modern France;
he added: <,The French Govern-
met isInaking a tremendous ef-
foat to increase ,the number of
professional and technical schools
and to rebuild;cities destroyed
during the war. The ports 'of Le
Have and Marseille were com-
pletely rebuilt. So was the city
of Rouen in Normandy. The
French government has also ac-
complished great things in -the
fields of Aviation, Television, Me.
dicine and Public Works..
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pleasure trips, to visit oli cast-


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FRANCO-VAITIENNESm IN HAITI
ce of French Cualture and les, -the museums and monu- cards In the domain of tbll
Language in Latin Ameriea, Dr. ments, giving little thought to Works. I mezliba tils tp" *Wtg
Martin said that: iSince the Se- the hydro-electric plants and the dmly because I 'peebmudyW 'l.
cond World War, Latin Amer. ultra-modern centers of industry, pave that science is an-
leans have called (offlecally or il.-altb .ltte SBta.'.9*6
privately) on the French gorn- They tJenfre b .ike t11e selea nh afaies ,f ,1.^L., ,
meant for more technical experts. Mfte ad tehdaal. .ased of f1lma yJ .
Many students go to study in France Whlieth'l. U .wold ui .re r l tea4 l '
France. In every Latin American I .. .- .
country there 0 a French luaUl- .*-'~'w 'p
tute and several &Alliance Fran-. '3, "i r.= 7 R.=.
calsesa. The French government ... j ..,
has also built numerous lycee.s..& "*A
in Buenos-Aeres, Santiago de VChi f 'i"
le, Wio de Janeiro, Mate* s lte., '.
Mexco City. e /ta o e."

About the standard of'studes 1







P''1K: -" AT'""R JeA Bn Brierre -Home shield the general who was und-
2t tT 'Bi T AM1 N tFrotm Anrgentona ler o p ann-
,1A. er t, f e pa .:Is! t, H ,t Episode Jea n Brierre furious at the
The Haitian Am~bassador to audhcibu. raid which had take
8f'. .;Damien$Operation Mispion to Haiti The Haitian ,%bassador to
y .wa.slad bY' His:.,- .'Point .JV) has been associated Argeritina, stationed at Buenos- place in his absence sped in his
Wt r0i6et of ',ie with-the: project since it was con.- Aires, Mr. Jean F. Brierre, Mrs. caMdillac to the Foreign inisr
Jf.Tdo sd, c J eived Mnd was eager,.to collabo- rierre. and their tee ildren where he spiritedly protested
,haein;rbtms-rate :iith the Haitian govern- arrived in. Port-auJPrince last e violation of my home which
tOW 'i-, .eld u.R. men9t in getting, te lab: built Sundaye.and were greeted by of- s his nation's property under
I-ttole hoped that iow*. that the cons- ,ficials andfriehds at the Chan- nor Ambassadiplori was procedmye.
i- d ution id 1 started the bud- cerelles airport. received ba ssador.wa's Under-omptly
Wok*., the..HMai ig, would '*oon be' completed. The.heroiec attitude of the ai- received b Argentin's Under-
".\..I" 'H- ig, would tsoo be' IV tiao diplomat during te recent Secretary of Foreign Affairs
S ris i ,Argentina receive Luis Casliniera who said the Ar-
as. espeiaol iija fch- rl.lrgnitn recive fa-w gentifie Gover~n~ment 'lamented*
mine W o t ject wlich'.would be an esw vou able comment in: the wbrld gentin Governient lamented
#S'. ....7&C..-t. -..-.pss Ba the incident and promised the
.* ,,.U.SOM.0' .i .",' .,press. Ambassador ,Brterrosaid,
l ', : -:^ .:.: ;'.^^^..S ^
i.-;" e t o his.,frieds. who .cheered his quick return of the rebels to
S, i.glmgd. tobe in Hal- aftian are. Tanco and his com-
'.. .-...i e -:,'"' "-'. artival in. m ., panions were'Iwhisked' back. to
ti again.*
..,:. .I' 'the residenceeby' a s'peie'dy Mo-
4.^.', f. '/-* *-". ~**- ..... And he ,was. So was Mrs"Dido the dence by'a peedy mo-
praIt th :pre, Briere, So. were their-sons ,Fre- totoar squad escaped by .0ie
foy, J J u police cars foure and halt hours
e.' he.9 Odnl a ... dy, Jean Claude and Jacques r they ad beer seized.
o- ill r. :"f: ; : : '
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A: L4..!Jih_ , d and Creole.
16 her g6'1hjd'ih E courageous 'wife6d'ha..awde
"' b he cot A ~~Month,. ago General .Ru Y. cuaeR.,.'fe~a''... atd
i.etll fl :.to h( Tanco and ix rebel companions vey and savdthe.day for
ly et I- .a.u e e be.T om panionsiee Tanco hnd the other 'rbels who
..a.el~...... se..qdrom the resi c three Weeks water got 'sauf con-
f t~hM pring e- to of the Haitian Ambassador in e d s o
.. s: ~lj ingp mo-ap'duitsi (sale conduct passes) to,
Hafti, easa '" ""': sdburban 'Vicente ".pe.by, a
ai4.ia ftl"eaan '*USOM boss.'Hoover V Vicente gLopez by ,a enezuela.
CK.R machine-des'.
'Athe iachine"guz) armed gang, 'al adm^ rs o t
E,1irculda idf eta fo th Haitian tech- pite the'protests ot the anibas- Local admirers of this great
'.rlt wHaitian' poet w.re duly proud
thanked the-rS(<.fp. 'n~iciafi:s '.are woifang todhelp sador's', wife 'who :wished to of Ss fin resolute nd ec
ib toh'- eordfirm,tresolute and effec-
edilaboratio'-and St..orded the- people 6tvHaiti'*eoducemore .- tire stand in this issue
,iu.uat the 't'git .e.. ..eive better. Scientific me He said the laying of the corn. _________ .
U'dnqer-Secretar o ti6ds are, necessary in ahy kind er-stone of this building. was Ebony Magazine
S Agriculture' 'o ;ofeconomicideveopninent. Noth- duly another step in shaping the b. a; ..
.,'. : .. g fiseful can be 'done, these future .of- Haiti and bringing it Staffers visit Haiti
p lover sai d.telwttan, dm. vwithiout first having facts more'abrefis, to othe, countries 'A trio from .eBbony>, the Chi-
),tnsas ,he Mgura. anddhetundment oseo ine this scemtific ag .... cag negro magazine.,which is
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Jackson, respectively :-hief
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Noted Bible Man 1
Coming OnV&eation
-Mr. F. W.L'rhi, :noted' Bible.
schol aSnd 'iAnli't will Ibe vaca-"
tiontng in HsIt during August.:
on his third visit' to6 'Haiti. A-
worl6 traveler', Mr. Frant has.|
visited practically 'every major
country on tarth and his Bible,:!
treatises have 'found their way'i,
into millions of homies. j
'7i%'t. 'Frantz has accepted an in-'
vitatioh to addr.s, 'the public
during his, visit here. He wiA'.
so initroduce.a new1 movie in., -.
I rfl "' 4 t.''.
]or following bis'public addes
on the suspect .A -New Wprld
'of Peace in Our Time WyliPJ
The c7Theatre de Verdure- ha5|
been placed at his disposal for'
this special event on MondAy"
evening, August'6 at '6:30 P.M'
His talk in English will be traD.r
lated into the local vernacular.'
Volunteer workers will disti-
but; 20,000 printed invitations.,
MP. Frantz is vice-presidents ani
member of the board of dire"t-
ors of the Watch Tower "'BIaI
& Tract Society.
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"-ue,,! .." ' at. $4 lin
atian Lit is;rit~oiii fte may graco$!
thAdovert";a4. <1 give 'aulI1"T
eoi rrge ea 'E ident' Magloire:'
birthday:"'- anniversary pelehra- 1!
dons.. r. r' .. .. ... ,i ,
These 'dlbtinguished ,journalists .
visited Cap1iHaitien, Wi'bt-:,and,
the Ci T1&b'efore continuing
their trip'.through'the Caibean.'
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Tells Attractions
,i,Ending'a 'six-week trip to tlhe:-'"
,United'States with a visit io Mia- t.
mi, was Dr."Reinhold Assad; pre-'.'
sident of the Haitian Hotel As-.
sociation, and owner .oGf the Villa
Creole' there. ' .."
-Dr-. Assad, aside from being a, A
hotel-owner, is,,a medical .doctor."
specializing in cancer, and. runt.
his own- clinic in HaitL? ....; "
SDr. Assad-visited with 'iends.4'
of. long-standijg,, Edward Tietze,.'",
of Tietze AsRociates, who, repre-f|
.sentir the Villa Creole 'ian, Miami "
and 'i.ns the largest 'hotel clezr-'
ing .house, here -and Geoi e, '-- B-.i-
chardson .of the .Haitian Irdormna-
tiot office. ..
jAltbough.rai.ed' i-"irtaif. U J
educatedd !., Fance,-Dr.. ssaff,
choosess his ivorts., wel l EI'n.
glish, too. "' "-' '
Haiti' will- be 'helid inest:-by',
the lowering of $ates bod.h .:ali,
and-sea,:'he states. .That is one .
single. thihg that Itlds'. do0n thea]
tourist business, which. is econdnAl
only to coffee in-so-ft ab reve-i
nue .is concerned.v '..
.: tcTourismis-up over,'2"- per 1
cent .over- last year,'and-hasepeen.
rising steadily every year.' '
Although neighboring .Dinf-il
can Republic is goihg in "or mo-.,.;
dernistic, Miami aehch type'ho-,A
.tels, Dr.' Assad 'opposes 't his 'A
trend for his- country.' '
cWhy do people leave' their,jo
country 'for -other clines',T he
'asks, if 'not to' see something dif-::
ferent?> Would you'travel all&
the way to Haiti'.-just to seeMia-'.
mi Beach-i.; .. '' '
Therefore Ils plan for Haiti
is to keep the original color',and ..
-avchkecture, .with modern con-j
veniences ..hbended in (RFeprinted.
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SI SOU.Al, J U L Y 29th 1956 ________


HAITIAN PROFESSOR VISITS

TWO DAUGHTERS AT RIVER


(We katv the pleasure of re-
printing, for our readers, the in-
teresting article which appeared
iii the Nashua Telegraph, of New
eahm hir. Ed. Note)
A Haitian university professor
and former government official,
whose -L-two daughters are stu-
dents at Rivier College here, is
Looking forward to the day when
they will bring a slice of the
Americal way of life back 'to
their native land.
Carlet R. Auguste, professor
Sof political economy at the Uni-
versity of Haiti Law school and
former Hiritian minister of fi-
nance, ha! been visiting his two
daughter.1, Marie Therese, 17,
and Leuid.a 26. at Rivier, where
they are studying English, Amer
clean history and especially the
SAmerica, way of life.
-Mr. Aizguste stressed that he
wanted his daughters to study at
the Narhia school not so much
io learn English they could
learn the language easily enough'
in Haiti,- he pointed out but
rather 0o Jthat they might absorb
American ideas and become fa-
miliar wi.,i American thought.
Mr. /ugtiLste, a former deputy
. who still. serves s his government
Oil occa.-ional missions he
recently made an official good-


daughters might be considered
Haitian ambassadors to America.
When they return home I hope it
will be as American ambassadors
to Haiti., Their studies in Nas-
hua, he feels will equip them to
interpret America and its way to
the Haitian.s.

A staunch admirer of Nashua
and New Hampshire this is
his third visit in two years -Mr
Auguste's real pride is in the
economic and social progress of
his country under the adminis-
tration of President Paul Ma-
gloire.
A program of road, building,
he declared, has laced the island
with highways, and school and
hospitals are being built to raise
the standards of the people. In
addition, he said, some 30 small
industries have been set up re-
cently, mainly weaving and han-
dicrafts.
Too, he pointed out, tourism-
with most of the visitors coming
from the United States' is
growing at a rapid rate and is
now''one of the main industries
of the island.

That's one of the reasons, he
feels, why ;I's important for Hai-


will vinit to Canada feels tians to know and understand as
strongly t:'at the future of Haiti much as possible about Amer-
is tied to t!'.e United States. &We' ica.
re neighbors he points out, eand And his daughters' studies in
it's important that we know each Nashua, he's confident, will con-
.other. tribute to that end.


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SHAITIAN PUBLIC HEALTH STUDENT RETURNING HOME
I FAVORABLY IMPRESSED AFTERt STUDIES IN THE 'U.S.


S Foreign students in the
United States are made to feel
at home and often receive more
attention than native students,
according to two students from
SHaiti who have just finished
Straining at American colleges.
Marguerite P. Jacques, a pu-
Sble health nurse in Cap-Haiti.
Swho has just finished a two year
,.. course in nursing administration
Sand teacher training study, at
Western Reserve University in
SClev. said she was made to febl
4 perfectly at home in Clevelazdi.
': We were like a large family in
.the dormitory, and our house
mother was wonderful to us. The
,.professors gave special attention
to the foreign students and were
available for discussion and ad-
v..ice outside of the classrooms"
F 'she said.
,., Paul LYag, erre, a sanitary en-
.,gineer and Director of the Water
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a year at the University of Cali-
fornia at Berkley, said the study
discipline was hard, but the pro-
febssors were helpful and under-
standing..

Both came here under the Pu-
blic Health Fellowship Program
of the International Cooperation
%Administration.
He stayed at the Internation-
al House at the University along
with about 600 students from
countries all over the world.
eThis was o wonderful house, be
said, there was always some-
thing going on and students who
were caught up on their work
could always accept an invitation
to visit with an American fami-
ly or go to some social event.i

Marguerite said she belonged
to an International Student Club


which met every Friday to hold
discussions, plan picnics, and
other social events or to put on
plays. She also belonged to a Ca-
tholic Club and a Nursing Club,
studies that I could not devote
much time to club activities, mut
I did enjoy the times when 1.
could -participate in the activi-
ties. I was impressed with the
religious tolerance I found in
America. I
The dnly thing she did not
like about Cleveland was -the
weather. It was cold from Sep.
member to .hine apid she had to
keep movig and Well bundled
with clothes to stay warm.
She returned to Haiti .Friday
20th :Paul will spend, about '
month in PVerto Rico studying
sewage and sanitation methods
there. He will return to Haiti
about the middle of August..


ViE C A R OF THE YEAR


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NEW BRIEARRE POETRY
aLA SOURCEm
Jean F. Brierre, Haitian Am-
bassador in Buenos Aires, Ar-
gentina and ore of the best Hai-
tian contemporary poets has en-
larged the Dr. Price Mars Ju-
bele Collection with a book of
poetry entitled: *La Sources (The
Spring. Printed at the Imprime-
rie Held, in Lausanne, the book
is dedicated to Dr. Price Mars,
the founder of cindigenismea,
the new school of Haitian litera-
ture, music and art.


The Milton Barrals
Leave For D.C.
Tomorrow
Tomorrow morning Mr. Milton
Barral former 1st secretary at
the American Embassy in Port-
au-Prince will sail with his wife
for the U.S. leaving behind in
*Haiti Ch6rie a large number
of friends and admirers whose
affection they have won during
their two-year stay here. Mr.
Barral has been transferred to
Washington where 'he will be
trained at the famous War Col-
lege for one year.
The Barrals were entertained
last Tuesday evening by the Di-
rector of Point IV in Haiti and
Mrs. Hoover in their Desprez re-
sidence. Minister of Public
Health, Elie Villard, the" Presi-
dent of the Senate and Mrs CLar
Jles Fombrun, Mr. Edouard Es-
teve, Mayor Nelaton Camille. and
Ambassador Maurice Clarmont
were among those who attended
the farewell party.


(IAITTF SU'NI


Panama' has once again proved Yesterday morning Mr. Eirijr
its claim to the' title crossroads Yesterday morning Mr. Enlique4
of the Americas.i Villegas, U.N expert arrived in4-
Probably not since the days Port-au-Prince on a fewday misr-
of the Spanish Conquistadores sion. He will have talks with the *:
and explorers have so many Secretaries of State Jum4ille,.
VIP's very important perso- Charles and Bonhomme. Before-'
nages gathered on the isth- leaving for Mexico, the permianz.:J
mus as were drawn by the Con- ent seat of the FAO Regldnal,.i
gress of Presidents and the Office, Mr. Villegas will gathte'r
meeting of the Council of the informations on the execution ofi4
Organization of American States the project of marine fishitfgje.'.'
i,. July. organization in Haiti. '

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Making Inventory
Of Brown & Root
Material
A mixed commission is pre-,
sently proceeding at the inven-
tory of the material and the
equipment left by the Brov*n and
Root after the works of Pelf-
gre Dam and Canneau. This corn
mission includes the delegates
of the Department of Public
Works, the National Bank and
She Department of Finance. The
DVA (Organisme de Develop-
ment de la Vall6e de I'Artiboni-
te) is represented by Merrs Bi-
gaud and Chassagne.
PANAiA PRESIDENT'S PAR-
LEY IS HISTORY-MAKING
AFFAIR


The guest list included '19,1
American, presidents and preM-.;
dents-elect, as well as dozens of'j
ambassadors and other govern-.I
ment leadersi.'The session mark-.J
ed the 130th anniversary of thet"j
first Pan American Congress i
called by Latin America's .greatK
liberator, Simon Bolivar. ::
Panama's Tocumen airport ,
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was clorful with hdnor guards.-
and resounded to the music of :
military bands to greet the ar- ';|
driving chief executives and othert-#
dignitaries, a number of whom..;
traveled by special plane. :


VILLEGAS LEAVES FOR
MEXICO AFTER TALK
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1O.The State Departme.-it at Wash- the OAS meeting in Panama city
igton D. C. has just appointed last week. He departs for Was-
r%,;' _., fuctictca.ies to Its di- hington this weekend.
f te service in Haiti, Mr. " .xxNX.-
G.g g'. Alexahder a dip 6ma- The proprietor, of the cAtelier
tc. by profession and Miss Bun- St Josephi and Mrs. Louis Tois-
|as. saint were back in town last
..The former will serve s Vice- Ubursday after a pleasure trip to
tonslh at the American Embassy Europe which included France,
U-ile the latter will perform the Italt and Switzerland.
Littes of secretary-archivist. : x x x
Ilr: Alexander who arrived by I Miss Marie Marthe leart was
abat commenced his duties at the happily married to Mr. Jean Ba-
rE. bassy cm Tuesday 24th. Jply traville yesterday evening i Sa-
: .irejlaces Mr. Hearter who left ere Coeur Church.
,17iti yesterday (Sat. 28th). x x x
."I4 has also been announced that Jacques Desinor, Chief Editor
J'n advisor to thie American Chn.-- of eLe Jour) celebrated a happy
c ellqrie in Port-au-Prince will be birthday last Wednesday July
appointed in .the very near fu'tu- 25th.
're. This functionary, whose ap- x x x "
itoinent has been duly appro- .'Last Monday July 23rd, Father
"wil arrive here.1 August. Pl.icherel and Father Jacques
"x x'x Montas sailed for France on the
.i.Dr., Israel Sylvain returned S/S sCarona. These distinguish-
hd 'e last week, "after a specialed pri, former teachers at St.
Knussion abroad. Martial Coilege will study at the
'" ,- x xx x Catholic''University of Paris. Fr.
.Dr.- Gaston Destouches, attache PIAnchtQlrif work for an M. A.
3o the Department o4 P u bl i,.cin Pbylosopy 'qand Fr. Montas
Health will leave soon for thfor ati M.A. in tktters (Greek
States on an' official' mission.4 and Lati n).
H .XXX x ix X'
MAr.. Love Leger, Haitien An- Last Tuesda, JdIly 17th, Mr.
ibkssaddor to the OAS' arrivedYvan Desinork .'Haian Ambassa-
ih.er Monday afternoon 23rd Ju-dor..to Bogdo (Cplumbia) flew
i.,.Ambassador"'Ibeg td back to his post Via Caracas.
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Nbws have reached here that
Mrs Emnmoline Carries Lemaire, B
managing..director of Haiti's only S
Spanisha language ..newspaper -is ]
recovering, from a recent accid- ]
ent In k ae US. where she is spen-
dfiig: >aLii-m9nthbi vactiob.. Mrs
Lemiaire accordingtp the same.;
sou6Aes,. willbe 'back home by
the end of August.


THE DEJEAN CHORUS


WILL SING FOR YOU


xxx
Last week, Mr. Imad Ershcs
Omar, Attache cf the Iranian
EmnbaEy i 1i Washington visited
town.
XXX
Charming Marie-Therese Elie,
a Brown & Rooter, celebrated
her birthday on July 25th, with
a party at Riviera on Tuesday
evening, and on Thursday she
spent the day at St. Marc with
her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Elie of Compagnie Natlicnale des
Chemins de Fer, where the eSt
Marcois, friends and relatives
surrounded her during a 'fete
intime. .
ix. x X
Last, Monday, July' 23rd, His
Exc Mgr Luigi Raimondi, Papil
Nuncio in Port-au-Prince, flew
to Rome on his yearly vacation.
'During his absence, Reverend
Father Lodoardo Rovida who
was attache at the ononciature
will serve as Charge d'Affaires
of the Holy-See.
XXX
Last week Haiti's promising
young artist Luckner Lazarre
flew to Mexico on a cne-month
visit at the invitation bf Dr. Ma-
laga Alba. He will organize an
art-exhibition in Mexico C it y
early August.
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Fatter Jean-Claude Bajeux is ing to turn it into one that sounds
honde after, nine years in France, feminine. Their other small girls
studyv'g for the priesthood. Son ',re Eliane, 3 W and Marie-Jose, 2.
of Mr-. and Mrs. Gaston Bajeux, Morn is the former Lise St. Rome,
and grandson of Mrs. Auguste Secretary at Ecole d'Art Dentaire.
Moatas, Jean-Claude s a ng his Dad is an old spoke in the wheel
first mass at the beg-ining of this of the Department of Akriculture.
month at his old school, College x x x
du Petit Seminaire St. Martial. Miss Marie-Rose Sterlin flew
In September he will end his to London on Friday to study in-
home leave with the family in terior .decorating and secretarial
Turgeau and go to work in the work. Miss Sterlin, a former 4E-


. Last Sunday Mr. Aigus
grette, administrator of ti
au-Prince T. B. Hospital
the States on a six month
tion trip. Mr. Maingret
profit of his cvoyagep t
in different medical cent
modern administrative m
xxx
MAr. Maurice Bourgeois
soon for Gerinany6 where
study under a scholarship
German Federal Govern]
'Mr. and Mrs. Carel I
Helga and Hendrick left'
day after a short visit wi
Madsen family. The V
who have been residing i
will return to live in Hai
a three-month vacation i
pe.


x x
Mrs. Edonard
Radio Commerce
rector, was feted
of her birthday
Boule. Guests
watching Televi
daughter Mireill


f Camnerons in Africa. ] an Litteraire Club adviser was Saturday from sc
S, x x given a farewell party on Wednes- Mrs Williamn-
Nicole and Monique St Victor day evciing in Hotel Riviera by in another week'
returned &-omn U.S. Thursday. several Irelatives and friends, ian Embassy Seci
.. Edgar Danies returned home x x x his new. post in:
:Y Thursday. Dr. Constant Jose leaves today La Cour Oe C
Ernat Rodriguez is now Social manager of Hotel Beau Ri- course in the Dental CL"iic of the a member of the
: age. Guggenheim Foundation. ty to Panama las'
[Peggy Borgerson accomppniedJ xx from the 'Canal
,, her Lwo daughters to her moth- Mr. Pierre Sylvain, coffee spe- for a vacation a
her'ss home in Columbus, Ohio cialist, returned from his Costa. Cntnent
last Friday. Rica mission last ,week at which Joseph Neker
.. .Mr and Mrs Leegstra 'and son e had talks uhith U.' N. experts *ing uePh ecer
iebe of the Curacao Trading at the Turiialba Training Center. wksvith to
i:i are off to the States this corn- 1C weet s visit to
h ''^pweeend' , ^, ^. -..- that he cani cross
ig weekend. Mrs. Olga Alango arrived here neya Switzerland
!": .X x x latTe a (4h tj nle"neja Switzerland;
Ilfaiph Perryls off to New la Te '(4th) o jon her ter Wfnifred an
SRalph Perry is off to New band, the Columilian Charge make school opei
-Y.ork today d"Affaires. .' a ember.,
x x .- ..'ember.,-
S. United Natibas experts M. Vie- an The Clearance
-souti and Berthiot are off or -o nM Mr. Robert Jean Jac- wlosthe hot
heir annual vacation. Acmpan s (ne' Martha Perrin) eleb- btoher-n-law M
.,-edby their wivesthey are expectani- d the arrival of the new addi- ed the SCISP
'aed ba ir Octhe re . tion, to their family a boy where he'orki
ed back in October ." C- ', for his vost i,
'xxx x' for his cdst in
.X ". X ', ,.
.. ere was a. fete-nst at the U. S Ambassador Roy Tasco x
:.. f.B.ain's (bheuf expert). 'm .Pc biavis1 lho s-? d a party for the.
last kt... ..' A comic -sigh
.-r;.,oa ml last .Saturday nigh. ,. .........tic..~p^ v
X other 'Aalf o the Diplomatic' the' Petion.Vi&
,".l C era xex Grdr o bs C-rs at Port-au-Prince bn Wednes'
,...Coamiercant Yv.es Gaidre, obs- or' e a e official .reae- anid
day' ev at' t1' aica i ,vl-
r b is hthdiy, today da vning athe.ofca res f-iy d'faliti wl
e' -x his-a:.. dence in Bourdon. Mrs. Dayis who ., '
.. .. .. Xa';d-. wenti 'au '
was recuperating from a case 'of -.:' ....... ,
S lnce B. Moody broke' the the flu over the past y apparit d
D gdnews here this, week of the d o sgns of fatigue a she '
ri. val of Thomas Osrnt Moody, raciously assisted the Ambassa- /
; his's young gtrndson. Tom, the see- receiving distingui- B. & C. Clu
ond-i.lld 9 fAir. and Mrs Osmont d. guests. party at the Ho
E .Mbodk was 'born in Miami Beach: ed. d. day toon, for X
.? ato .% " "-f- le~s. Luncheon
Besson, .Antoinette and Pierre- Rouzier.of the UN Se- es. cheon
.Re nold flew to Miami Saturday. tat ef Friday forN n erasta. M
.. . .. retai'iat left Prlday 'for 'New ..
M. r. and M4s.' Numa Corvington next month aft
.. back from their New York va- York after -n a mns Haiti. Her bu
Ivacation her. Son Max remains
01..tion Bob 'Charles, c
dt i yn -rtr ho n on the scene until tlihe end of Au- Missionl.ows
ray obel retired thorn when'he' will .return to the Mission foows
2 .me affairs. ".is Miami' bound, soL x
,. ....... ... U .S. r-id sc!4ool. .
:tl@.rweekend.a hr o Rene dee is home on vaca-
Jacquline ialni Odeide
'l i Maymi t ndosyer Hai- tion after passing. his .Rhetoric hauer went to
.azfdityad, ofce again, with 'the mention ebicn at Fran-
t ie''returs to New e's Lycee Henri IV The 16-year- Mis R ',
: aeille Cassagnol flew to New ldson of the well-1town educa- Mexico Friday.
.orThursday .., tor ro-d Mrs. Henri Odeide will
t r Basora flew home to 'turn't0 Paris to continue his Bichara Isme
a Trujillo Wddsda, '-tudies-.early in September. Friday.
and Mrs. Gerard Baelais .
ew=cpned their third daughter on x x des Ces
a 7th, born to them at 'Clini- The Caleb (HASCO) 'Eliiott Avenue) will sc
4i Dr. P6Iion. They had to chp- leaves tomorrow, by ,the Panama ditioned stoLe.
i'v,'between discarding the boy's Line to spwid their'off-sugar sea- mourpi to be c
.R'ame chosen in advance, or try- son vacation in the States. shop.
x x en Powell,
I 'Leslie and Bunny Canez are lawyer, .left W
back from three weeks visiting month here..
", the folks in MilWaukee and Chi-
cago. .'M r. M eC art
' \ / xxx here with his
Administrative Officer of U. S. X
E Embassy, and Mrs. Carl Barnes The .George
WI,"i -ave-a dinner for the Barrals last Farewell party
turday night. dzy night.
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Gentil,
e and Sh
I on the o
last nigh
also e ri
sion. All
Ie who r
hool in V
Fernande
tojoin he
retary hu.
Paris.
assation's
ours Pier
Presided
t wqek, c
Zone, to
nd sejoul

SLaboix
d part of
Port au F
s the pon
in time f
nd son J
sing early

e Officer
ise guest
[aho Th62
offices t
ed before
Switzerlani
x x


,ht, Thursday,, er,
road was the blue
d 'side-car of the
which' left the road
emorne. without'
%xnage. '
xx

b gave a farewell
6tel Riviera, Thurs-
Irs. Mary-Jo Char.
'followed. 'bridge
rs. Charles leaves'
:er three years in
ibby, Commander
>f the U. S: Navy
sin her wake'

Harry Tippen-
Miami Friday.I
Xxx
'umeille flew -, fo

S :, ..
erj went to US

;ars (Hareng Sel'
>on have ws- air-con
Issa Saleh is ru-
opening' a: furniture

tall Brown & Root
Wednesday, after a
cxx
x x x
thy of TAMS was
wife last week.
x X x
es Heraux' gave a
for the Baralls Fri-


Back from the,'Wyeth Labaratories Congress in' B-zpJuan4 l`Krir
Mrs. Grand M.nos have settleddown to enjoy Wte sf-,a. (of
The couple were married it a cimAl ceremony early....i. .:SJn e
their union blessed on iJue 27th atC the Sw+&i ffearf C'" .rc1
hurried to catch the*' -p toB Sat uan tb 'dt70 .'"me
Wyeth representatives. .. /-
Mrs. Meios is the former Mavie-Claude' Ronamaw daughtewot'
and Mrs. Gerc4d Rami .a.. H ubby,.GrWd4 is o 01of .,eepiU5i..
Maison Georges Nadid4. a!I.. 'thie i o-M tt.Woeth -Agedfptrt
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teMain Many families are on a fish couple stated that they will spzd)..j
hePort- eregime this week as eTi-Roi de the time resting and taking in i.
flew to mern Cecil Zagury has been out the ebambochei circuit. .They are,;
is vaca- with his spear grti, cruising the happy to see the homeland again.
1e will depths off Sources Chaudes. Ac- x .x. "' .:. .
o learn companies by Lucien Thebaud Miss Monique Minos and g4
ers the and Joe Batroni, Cecil shot a two neer Daniel Magloire are: m..ak .g
ethods. and a half meter saind'. shark that trip to tif 'altar onSa .u".ii
along with some prize snapper August llth at 7:00P4.M. :'271
will fly and captain. wedding will take *4lD = tzlk
he will xxx Pierre's Cburch in
Sof the Sir Htigh Foot, Gavernor of Ja- Naief. Halloun andi hi p..lov i
meant. maica, and Madame touched down wife returned' home tsis .-we '.
Verway,' here, Saturday, enroute for a date from. their Mexican vacation:A..':. ;.::.
Wednes- ii 'Pueito Rico. They were made -xxx '. :"
4th the welcome at the airport by linist- Mr: and Mrs. Joe Hage. are' otf'..
VerWays er Roland Lataillade, 0. J. Brandt tq'day for a month in-Florida.;:,'^r
in Chili and Frank W. Wilson. x ..,'.
iti after During' the Governor's stop-ov- Cancelling ou't other -.........
n Euro- er, Minister Lataillade drove the and devoting heir entire vaeu'wh'
Foot's 'around the Cit 6 Magloire. to Haiti and the Riviera, Mi'S".?t'
Mr. and Mrs. Rend S6 vre wel- via Butdnsky and Miss Jeaii!.
wife of corned their first born on July 25. Meiselman are being shown:'..0
ladaN di- The gros garcon. put in appear- sights by three amusquetaires*'.7r1
occasion ance at 2:30 P.M., and found the u x e" '
it in La name cReginald, already picked. Miss Gerda Tippenhauerw-,"6
j oy e d out by papa Ti-tosh and his lovely Miss-Mireille'Gentil'are'.expi-6
except maman, thejormer Monique Leys. home today frpm gleening'tihli
returned Miss COkra Leys and brother er. education at.Mary Grove' CJ.
theU. S. Constant, Junior return today ege in'Detroit. "'i
z leaves from the U.S. to spend the suma -i ".." y.
er Liber- mer vacation with the family. There was a young man
sband in .They were accompanied, by their .'. ... .. .:
small nieces Evelyn and Nancy1 who decided togonbar ark.7'
i Presid- stateside residents. .He came to the city K '
re-Louis, 'Miss Simone St. Lot, Lycde.de I w a.;alnost a pity::
itial par- Jeunes Files schoolmarm, flew to Si- '4t9ast a fi'.
continued New, Yorkl on a two months vacat- '. *.
Europe ion on FYiday morning. She is the Ther'e be.oUdd eM .
Son the daughter of. Senator 'and Mrs. E- A space'that ws fr',
S mile St. Loe A .r came to sight"'"
is wind- 'Mssi, Huguette, Despeigndb left Thi was .en m ll o night.::' '
T 5.ws .Dnen rill nig.n~::
Shis two on"PAA-lighti 218 on Friday i6ibi. And rn elegant P lace for
princee -so iipg or 'CdAnad and studies in a '. P. ,,'
id to Ge: Quebec Achool of &ursig.. .. m was at; iXu c7 CHAi MCm'qs
or daugh 'Mr. -arid 'Mrs. Rippert Honbtht With4t.;- vijVds&.*rare ':.'
immy to are home after two'years abroad. 'Wherhe.wObe i- ..'- i.it
y in Sept Te younimg dentist, worked-under. AII'4.Jidhed.. ,. ..
contract, .t elie MnoviaHospital Ai .sfariait 'eknewbes;s95
of OMS in Liberi, and with. his. charming '"" :- ...
s of his wife plan to spend three months' ;(4 4pogy'.to,,tpephetnLq
zan, visit- vacation with their parents, f .an4'btho e .re,-oi
his week er Minister' of e -Interior a xAnqi
leaving Mrs.'Georges Hbnorat,'at' the 2.,e :A ''. h.
d. Bourdon residencee. The' 'youag fS4 ,.. *Mfl (3.+
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Frenchman-
,From California
Robert Dcgeilh, of'. France,
with a degree of Docteur en Chi-
mie is here on a two weeks va-
cation from his .post at the ,lns-
titut of Techaology of California.
He arrived Wedhesday after mo-
Stbring from Caliornih to Mexico
where he hopped a 'PLA plane
to -Haiti. ., .
During a courtesy visit.'to the
cSun oln Friday morning, Mr.
'*D egeilh who works as assistant
to, Ndbei Prize Winner Linus
P' tling, and who was accompa-
fied by Audio-Visual Specialist
riEmnuei. Lafond, told us that
he had become, interested in
Haiti twd years ago when" he .met
Mr.' Lafond while both were
stndying'-at Indiana University
i.n Bloom:ngdale,' Ind, He was
persuaded 'to come,' but has been
endeavoring to make the voyage
since 1954.' '
I e .Idrnijoying his.jstay at the
'Potato" Woods resident of the
'.'tafonds, -ind wil, travel north
"ext week for a look at. King
.'HenrPi's Citadelle. '-


.. ... .. ,, Honor and Ju
S. Ambassador David Commemorates Best Man..
' His iCountry's 109th Independence Day Those, sign
"..., '' . ' ,,. '. .. c eluded: M rs..
-,. (Continued from page 1) read the Decree announcing that Deputt. .Sali
A:. Ai bas-adtor':David, in-, a .brief under the cCommission Commu- Frantz Medai
.'i/iddress of welcpme,.inmphasized nale de Port-au4Erince,,. the high- cou, MIir. Edm
e te,'admnuration and ftieudship of way .leading' from Cite' Magloire .astera,. 1e.
. .Thbdran,. pdple !or the peo- had, been officially'proclaimed: Arnold Nihola
.ple o:fBHait,'and toiastqe the Go- ,Avenue,de Ia- Ripublique de Li- Louis Sabori,
yeinment,.. Pr.Aident' ,Paffl E. erias in honor of..the 109th An- Frantz Medar
'a.Magloire hin'd dtk'JHatifan people niversary of the Independence of. set Despei'gne
-'js .h',expresa tfe -wis-h, that Liberia. -Amid the cries of cBra- gies, 'Me. Ed
:..". .' -," t: ; t es j11 .E,
..tiek tjes' between: the two court- vo!. from. the applauding guests, Judge iodolp
r' tiest Wol'd srcw': ,tronger and the Foreign MiniSter proposed a VYlgrai, .Dr.
i.st :'6.,-,, ,th. yearsi. ,. toast the Liberiafi.. Government,. Cristian Na
....'"'orei Minister'. 'oqeph D -President Tubman ,and the- Libe- Louis, r.ogee
'..ci. itIds,.'in'hiss"usual .easy man- rian. people, and all the.- guests Verne(' ,
'.tiita'dwe.il.-c6osei terms,' made raised their glasses of ctiampa- ; 'be'.*groo
i''atne response onI behalf of the gne and drank '.to the health, post.)is brid
lJ'' jtiah,_ Govbrirnment .and the wealth and. prosperity of Liberia ly to join lin
"f! P ,iOle'obfRHaltt.'Stepby tep' he and its ,cdatindd evolution 'and .great U.S. A
.traced the. comparative 'history progress. .'pbls of 'St
i the ...two-. Black Republics of ,where %r.d. i
A. e.'.'World,&with..accent on the After the: ,national nthems ,of esteem. amonj
;',ties:Qf origin that bind Haiti and the sister Cpiuntries were played and has gainIe
'Liberi.a,. the.. sister",. Republic, by the' orchesfxa,' Ambassador Haiti...
". lt.e:'. ad 'the giea qure ;fvi-w 'and Mrs. David, their daughters
.esit.ng .on the occasio.nWof iPes!- Fiprence, and End and small son
:'idenf...ap'I'-inauguration ear-. Wilmot, ,Jr. conducted the guests Bak' From
ilebr this.-yei ".' 1 :,' on, a tour of the. delicious and ar-
.: Th'noH1kitid' distingished Mi- ti tiscally set-up buffet tables the Gabriel Kh&
. misterroft:' eign Relations drew, bar floWing generously with' fine weekend with
a^envel*e fompe n; -his' pocket, wines and liqueurs. ' .Aati
.d.be.6r 'pieseti' g 'i .to.A- This was the first official' re- h'ih. The son
..i h keds. to be ceptioni offered, by the hew Li- Khawly -has 1
'o.wed to-'read the contentss. for, berian Ambassador, friendliness university. '
,the 'guests,,..present.. It .was a and simplicity of the diplomatic '
age ftd"' the latest*edition, 'ac- couple leavesrno 'doubt as to the
'.'jtut~ ,:.d.er.'preps[.fthe: Go- 'successful' abcomplishmnent of Marcel Ho
verf n-' .soffi:.i.o...an, ,.Le their mission during their so- month's vacat
bIfi.oM*ur'..ad AiirCii har.les journ in Haiti. New York;
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Arriving tomorrow on the S/S
eCristobali from New York are
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"Mr and Mrs Alexander Blau,
'Mrs Marion Baston, Miss Ger-
trude Feder, Mrs Elizabeth Gil-
bert, Mr and Mrs J.V. Gould,
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Cineas Flys Down From
St. Louis (U.S.) To Wed
Childhood Sweetheart
Jean-Balitiste' Cineas, Jr. took
off fifteen days from his post as
a Laboratory Technician in a St.
Louis, Missouri .hospital to re-
turn \home and wed his chilbood
sweetheart,.'Miss Huguette Fran-...
cois Be'npjamin". of Cap-Haitien..
The young 'couple were wed' last
Saturday in a 10:00 A. M. cere-I
mony at Eklise de Sacre-Coeur
de Turgea.u, in the presence of a.
large number of relatives andi
friends from. the. Capital and
Cap-Haitien.


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: "' t
is. the daughter- of
late Francois Ben-
Haitien. The groom
Supreme Court.Jjls-.
tiste Cineas. After.
ratory techniquee at
hospitall, he was.of.
on on the staff and
there for the past
S / '' i.
and groom were a.c-
.the-altar by Mrs'
njammin, Matron-Of-
idge.,.J.B. Cindas, as


nig as wtntjesses in-
Carmenh'.Durozier,
lave Zap0or, Dr..
rd, Me.,-Victor Coi- ,
e Angrand, Adrien
' .Tuyigny, Vaugues,'
Ls, Flix Gaaescher,
Senator DPauId, ..-,
rd, Lieutenant Mgts-,'1
!s, .,Qiestqay..Despei-:
gard, -eIre...iNuma,.
phe .Barreau, Jjidge .
Ais; Ve..:
Price 'is
,. -e.''-e
Lht'E4Bd~a ., 'Pjerie-
0 'd and Mare.

left Sunlay-fr -his
Iewill follopw abort-
',a .new life in the ..
muthiye~tern,, Metro-
Lois; ':,1Mis8ui,
.neas ehjoys 'great ,
g.\' "&hi.s:'-S, clleaues,&
6d. maniyL frends Pfor'1
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Georgetown -

iwly flew home apst
four years Busineiss
Sat .t died s b'lhind'
of Edward Jaboul
been at Georgetown


garth enjoyed his
ion in 'Detroit and
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