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Haiti sun
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aid the
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ation in its special New Year's
e t he article for

With 1 thle Civil G overnmen t,
we have a chance to begin the
appren!tice elip of'a true Demo-
cracy where hierarchy is not
turned Upside down, wherejus-
tic, is niot stifled, where theft
and delation are inot glamouriz-
ed, where the Law of the migh-
t~y or better placed is not the
only blind law, passloned and


Hie is survived by hi
Mgr. RAIMONDI, DE
ED BY GOVERNME]
Monseigneur Luigi B
Papal :Nuncio and dean
Diplomlatic Corps in H,
dcrtdby the Haiti
vcrrt'mep a 'nd pee
Gre-at Silver Cross of t,
alOrder of H-onor an~jr
The special ceremony t
)at the Chlanee]leryat 1
onFridaly.
Dr. Jean Price Mars,
oI Foreign Relations, n
presentationl in behalf
HfaitiamiGovenmnent.
The distinguished
who was recently transf
a new Post is expected
Haiti early this coming
NEW CITY COUNCIL
APPOINTED'BY PR]
By Commisinn of p


tive invest
to study t
lies given
to bring






SUNDAY JAN


Aioucoune
Monday


el business was slow, very
v. You could count the visit-,
tourists on your hand. Alorfg
it that same time the only
A club in Port-au-Prince clos-
its doors. The operator of Chez
ll was a son of the Reich and
compulsory departure from
shores came soon after Hit-
s legions moved across the


a quick to
decided that
led a night
a definitely
the moment


me Chouuxne


ervisor. Every portion of, the
building constructed under her
watchful eyes.., and many times
her own suggestions were emplo-
yed in the building plans this
must be understood to realize her
loss.
The organization of banquets
and Folklore shows were under
Mr. Marini's able management. He
is excellent both as an organizer
and a businessman, with years of
experience as an accountant be-
hind him. But perhaps Mr. Mari-
ni is best-loved by the public Lor
his role as Master of Ceremonies
at the Cabane Choucoune. His re-
putation as a born comedian
grows in inverse proportion to his
heated denials that he has a fun-
ny bone in his body.

Just the same every mimic in
town loves to take off Mr. Mari-
ni's: cMesdames- and Messieurs,
La Direction de Cabane Choucou-
ne, est tr~s heureuse de vous pr6-


1w up (Cottnued fraol page 1)
. the re and the members of his reti-
E the nue, from the neighboring island
rday. of Jamaica, considered too close
to this country, in order to pre-
built vent any activity on their part
obert against the security of the State.
cond, It is understood that the Coun-
AMa- cil has taken all of these measu-
sup- res in view of giving satisfactions
to the legitimate desiderata of


, Dec. 31, 1956.


Of


Raymond Flambert was elect-
ed President of the Executive
Committee of the Chamber of
C~mmeree, during a meeting
lasl Thursday evening. Gerard
Allen, a candidate for the office
was beated by Flambert 82 to 48.
Ernst Liautaud, and Guy Bar-
reyre were elected Vice-Presi-
dents, while Robert Leger be-
came Secretary, and Jules Tay-
lor was reelected Treasurer.


R. Ciamers Given
Director Generalship Of
National Education
Mr. Ren6 Chalmers, recently,
appointed Director Gn~ral of
the Department of National Edu
cation, was installed at. noon oni


circumsl
Mr. Cha
chief of
hools iin


Buy W


PROCLAMATION OF -PRESIDENT

PIERRE-LOUIS ON JANUARY 1st
Citizens:
On this day of January 1st, anniversary of the birth U our iar
Fatherland, a pious duty commands all Haitians to recollect and to
raise their grateful thoughts towards the sublime Heroes of the Great
Epopy which brought the solemn Proclamation of HaitP's inde-en-
dence One Hundred and Fifty-Three Years ago.
'The recent political events that the country faced, prior Co Dece-m-
ber 12, 1956, were unfortunate and regrettable to such an extent that
sequel could still be alarming even at this moment if the Haitian So-
cial Corps had not readjusted itself in a splendid stand to protect.
the sacred heritage of the Forefathers.
People of Haiti, how noble and courageous your comport of yes-
terday in the defence of our democratic Institutions that wore threat-
ened; how great and how marvelous your sons fought for the triumph
of Right, Justice and the Liberty of Citizens! Should so much effort,
so many sacrifices be sacrificed and the country again be delivered
to the whims or arbitrary wishes of one man or group of men? No.
Our country will henceforth be ruled only by Her Majesty, the Law;
no, the Haitian Nation will adopt only democratic principles for its
safeguard, principles which have always had as defenders.this beau-
htiful lineage of vigorous leaders, the 'proflucts of diverse generations
who have succeeded each other during the course of our History.
Citizens, the Fatherland will be grateful to us if, unheeting of our
personal interests, we all desire to work for the moral and material
regeneration of our dear Haiti. It was the union of hearts and ener-
gies that created the Fatherland; the goodwill of the citizens ancd
their spirit of sacrifice must be able to save and maintain it. The
hard trials which the nation has just suffered will contribute we
have the firm assurance towards galvanizing the energy of its
sons, to fortify their courage for the -bon combat. to fight for the
development of our democratic Institutions, under the shield of the,
Constitution and the Laws.
It is in a climate of order and security that the Provisional Govern-
ment of the Republic intends to assure the freedom and-sincerity of
the coming elections. In order to reach this goal, it is asking for the
help of the wholesome forces of the country. The work undertaken
by the Gbvernment is national; it is asking then for the particdpation
of all the citizens who desire the mutual happiness of the Fatherland.
Let us-unite to accomplish this wonderful work with a maximum of
success. Let us be faithful to the, ideal of the Forefathers of 1804;
let us open our ears to the noble and elevated sentiments of the
defense of the superior and permannnt interests of the Nation.
Issued at the National Palace, in Port-au-Prince, January 1st, 19T7,
the 153rd Year of the Independence.


CASINO INTERNATIONAL

D'HAITI S. A.

PROGRAMMES
FROM SATURDAY 5 TO FRIDAY JANUARY 11, 1957;'

N FLORIANA ALBA

Famous Radio and Television Italian songstress who re-
cently made a successful tour of South Amerida. She
will be accompanied by her pianist.
and

SIMONE and ROGERS


International Dancers.


On Saturdays: Admission $2.0W


FROM SATURDAY 12 TO FRIDAY JANUARY 18,


his new function.. HORACIO and LANA
large number of fri. R a.A
magues, teachers and Dancers, famous for having launched the MaIbo
es attending the ce- States
r. Charlmers was in-
the Secretary of State DORIS and ROBERT
l Education, MvIr. Va- Cuban Dancers; and again:
elivered the discourse
tanc. FLORIANA ALBA
arlmers was formerly On Saturdays; Admission
Section of Secondary
the same Depart- FROM SATURDAY 19 TO FRIDAY JANUARY 2
MARTHA ROT
'hen In Haiti Vedette of the Mexican Songs with her pianist, an
HORACIO and LANA
FROM SATURDAY 26 TO FRIDAY FEBRUARY
MARTHA ROT
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2nd, 1957
-MARIA VICTORIA
-Thegreat singer acclaimed by the Americas.
C C,-DS EVERY EVENING at midnight the folklore show

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O 0F S ,AFF


S'S POSITION


then asked what measures of in-
terior securityy had beenadopted
by the Army to definitely bring
order aild tranquility to all the
territory. He replied that all the
necessary precautions have ben
taken to assure peace and tran-
quility in the country, and h t
it was the moment for hiuf to
ask that all disfavor and preju-
dice against the Police force
le ended, asking all to assist
those who have the heavy MIS-
sion of guaranteeing order
through a collaboratioiibased
on reciprocal respect of rights
anld duties.
Colonel Cantave, in reply to
a quest concerning the mca-
sures take: to re-establish con-
fidence and harmony between
the army aid the civil popula-
tion declared: Army of the Haitian People.>i
paorm l intstructionshave beeii
passed to the responsible chiefs
-)f service,.,>he continued, to re-
establish the Army in the limi-
tes of its vocation and to erase


.ie Ex-Genei
Singer a mex


Jour,* which was pulished in!isrigawer General Levelt, Colo-
the December 29th edition~ of ~theI 1-1 Prosper and other officers,
daily. .u.h as ,ata.lade Paxl Per-
Director Hiubert Carr6 opened 2;ignand, Proph6dte:j te. te
the interview by stating that theI Chie of Ariy Staff replied:
entire country pays homage t') Mr. Lataillade had been sus-
thle qualities of the distingish-p-ended ini order to hold a civil
ed Army Officer whose quick unction. This allpiv iath vaca;-
decisionsy and reforms, and re-C produced by his ejatare to
distribution of key posts have be filled immediately.Te other
been received with great enthii- officers cited have all duly re-
siasm, since hi e xok over the! signed.>
high command of the Haitian The journalist the asked Co-,
Axly. !lon l Cantave about the investi-
Colonel antave wasaskedi gtijn being couducted in con-
these new moves were final, Or(I~ttn w ith the December te
if he would -proceed *ith a roa,-orist "t mpt ,,wh bombs were
der reform, in the structure 6f used. ie pointed out that the 1
the inituhtion of the army. bombs haed 410 been made in
He replie'dthat except for the I, 'nitiflbut were certainly of fo-
techiiicians of the various bran- reign origin, and wanted to know
ches of the Army, such as the who brought them to Hait, how'
Aviation, the Navy, the Transpor- many bombs there were, ad if
tation Service, the Transmission all had already been ex oded.
Service, tho Engineering Service Colonel Cantave answer6d that
and the Health Service, none of investigations are being actively
the moves can be considered as conducted in order to fix the res-
final. tdt is this tendency of con- ponsibilities. He said that jn the
sidering certain posts as cdefini- interests Of the results Qf the
tive) that has ,made the Army investigatio, ally declarations
lose its true character,7, Colonel at this stage wOuld undmin
Cantave declared. being a dynamic organization, Asked if it were a fac that
must be administered with firm- the ex-Presideilt and certain of
ness, and also with justice. All his lieutenants had distributel
reforms in the structure of the a large quantity of arms.to) a
army must be planned according few of his faithful friend, and
to a progressive plan. However, if it Is true thiat the Police and
the President of the Republic the authorities have coiducte
being the Supreme Chief of the search for the arms and a -
Army, this reform must first re- munitio n in question, Oolon
ceive his approbation., Cantave informed:
Asking whether ex-oeneral in (Various sources have conlfir
Chief Paul E. Magloi 's status ed the rumour that the r" enty
in fthe Army had been changed, vhaovernnt)111d
the journalist pointed out that t)ibutod arms outside of te A
observers were still anxious a Coi'pS. h fact, tie perquis,
over the matter, since Magloire tions marde in several plaols ly
during his Presidency had cons-' 0he authorities have bee fru
tantly declared that ie was an 9ul( and is being pursued in vie
officer on active duity. of full security and safety of tI'l
CooNel Cantave informed that nemrOl IfUfr,jt,







P:LAST, 7sTh Ms T W77DS


TLA 'T YEAR'S SHOW WAS PRAISED AS


ed countries, such a procedure bassador Da
is applied only to individuals re- Iit, Ii,
1iduals r1-11t01
cognized as criminals This ser- citizen and'
yes the Police in oase of second Inview o
offense. But when citizens, sim- ;e facing ti
ply arrested in any charge, are :cionged
submitted to such moral tortu- rt c.res
res we can only deplore it.
d-lowever, in-order to er e Wa'h!'g'
ill traces of this inJury,., the ulfferi
Chief of Army Saff in conclu- directly or.
ion declared, I have actually -C, 'IS
roceeded whith the destroying Thc unia
I'v huriMg of all these papers I j'


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JUICEX

Extracts Vegetable Juices


VIC DESINOR whose mysterious disappearance from his New
apartment raised all kinds of comments in Port-au-Prince for
two weeks, is reported to be sain et sauf.
rY THOMAS DESULME slightly dented a smoking (Police
before the Casino NWednesday night.
ET LEGER's New Year's Eve Midi to four party for the
I friends in their offices cii Rue des Mfiracles was at it's tra-
best this past year.
3LUE NEON LIGHTS that outlined lhe National Palace and
look like an oieta'e house of pleasture hs been-removed.
h only two light; on the front entrance the building looks
and grand. It is hyped that the next occupant will keel the..
ighting system..ii a tnn ...................... RESTOR
,NS of Croix des Mission are thinking about planting a Ma-
to replace their giant mapou that was blown to the ground See Them Toda
terrific wind of Nov 10th. GERARD CHAT
ING HIS LIGHTER (Briquet) to a friend Mr. D ...... said
ose it cause it cost me $3,500.00 The startled friend handed
ter back with fascination beaming from both eyce~. How i :
e said? Well replied Mr. D .....the Casino gave it to me 4
stmas after I dropped $3,500 on the craps table.-! 4
AND SUSAN BROCKMAN where among the star boarders Don't Hesita
illa Creole over Christmas and New Year. The two LL girls D nt ei
rs. Jolie wasa campaigner for Adlai Stevenson and now ad- Claim Your.
e is living in the past.
CUTTING started December 15th. The. price and cron on
de Sac are fine. .......................... COUPONS
11 ASHTON gave the biggest party in 1956. "
)IDATES are said to be placing orders for helicopters so as4 ORn,
late in and out of toWnsoUt of throwing distance of parti- 4
cks.
rANA HOTEL has inaugurated dinner-dance for S at u r da yare
receive th oiStra
Guests willreivth saine wonderful Cabane Choucoune ~e tte

ARD CONNERS sent greetings to his friends in Haiti this year to them
MAD BOMBER who has been planting bombs about New York
ild have been a recent tourist to yort. and picked" the habit
.the wrong people. The idea should be investigated. They
'S NO ROSES. If roses grew in profuaion along the city streets a Given To Y
eCandidates would be showed by metals instead of rocks a
pointed out this week after remarking on the great quantity FREE
that are in abundant supply along the streets especially at
tails where the telephone workers are having a digging fea t
)IDATE DUVALIER reportedly said in Jacmel to the people Vou will r
sudden show of rocks shortly after his arrival in that town:
streets were paved they wouldn't find, rocks to throw at himi A with
promised to asphalt the roads bec use they were right to 4 '
hem to emphasize this point. Purchase
D 3. PIERRE AUDAIN who was in exile in Mexico since 1952
.. ....... I AuLincoln
fl nhl~~fA (+K~~ T~nl...... ...... .... ~~~J4UU ~~u 111.uUap..... sI


gram to the Republic of Haiti and formulated its
he Haitian Government and people.
ELEVATES VISITED PORT
delegation of Mexican pyschiatrists presided by Dr.
1 ended a 2-day visit to Port-au-Prince and flew back
'day afternoon. -
oger Dorsainville is said to have resigned his post in
pected to return on the local scene.
I of Presidential Candidates Chances has been very
eause so many citizens reply to questionnaires 1-
is the man that passes. 2 the candidate who hands
r man.
Valle Calvo, Minister of Guatemala in Port-au-Prince
e years has been transferred o Ciudad Trujillo.


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uciherie du Champ de Mars Maison Claude Jeager
haleM Dejean & Co. Mason du Livre
1Inwrd Joseph Charles & Co. Ouanga Doll Shoi
continental Trading Co. Pharmiacie Centrale
af6 du Port Paquin & Gaetjens
lub Camaraderie I-terre Sada & Fils
enis & Co. Photo Chaton
unbrik Duntea d'Haiti Raymond Flambert
accarett Frres RoxyC inma
irestone (The Only Tire Succession Paid Gauthiei- ..
Brand Cving Coupons d'O Tropial Gas Co.
erard C. L. Roy- The Souvenir Shop -2 stores
AIDCOUsie & Glace Nationale wil1l.4
lector Marchhan & Co. redeam its Bottle Caps every 4
aiti Motors Friday. 4


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PRIZES EVERY 90 DAYS.
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T41E HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER Truck
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning city Wtl
EDITOR-PUBLISHER BERNARD DIEDERICH authorit
GERANT-RESPONSABLE PAUL E. NAJAC done? B:
.revenue
REBUILD THE MERINGUE PALACEH((TOUT DE SUITE>)' AI every d

Cabane C h o u c o u n e has become an institution in its 17 HOSTESSES OK Signe
years and is indispensable to tourism'i. With its native-style Dear Sir,
theme carried out in every detail it has an atmosphere that Let me compliment Haiti's Air- Presid
is away from the chrome, spit and polish night clubs that line on the wonderful stewardesses Week]
tourists find at home. on the flight from Port-au-Prince Dear E
The concensus of opinion is that Cabane Choucoune should to theCitv'lelle. They are courte-.DekiE
be rebuilt in the same old style with modern touches added ou, sweet ;md extremely attractivedemocTin
only to the toilets. Y irline.' iii the United States to sugg
_______. have m any beautiful girls, and nice t he Reg
PETION-VILLE SHOULD HAVE OWN FIRE BRIGADE 0oes, but t1ey cai't hold a candle the Rep
Pktion-Ville which is now a city in its own right should 1t these charming Haitian stewar- Cimilr
nnt he denuendient ,inon the Port-a -Prince fire brigade W hich Ies.- s; Th o out of their way,.


oluntary f
necessary


Outside


iS lOOK1
rtain yea


[TI Haiti, with a troubulous political year
ard what at its best could only be described
iomieally. The country is in need of outside


a result Of unrestrained spending and budget deficit operations
e part of the recently overthrow government of Gen. Piul E.
ire, the country has been extremely close to the economic rocks.
the five fiscal years ending this last September the nation ex-
approximately $172,000,550 while in the same period its total
ues were $152,000,000. In each of the five years a deficit was
ed. The deficit in the fiscal year closed at the end of Septemb-
bably will be between $5,000,000 fiand 6,000,000.
early November the nation's sinking finances began to reflect
elves politically. From -that period on General Magloire's posi.
became increasingly untenable. IHe resigned from the Presidency
c. 6 and was forced into exile six days later.
led to thet otally unUsual fiscal operations of the Administra-
'wo factors beyond its control added to the nation's financial
One was a short coffee crop as a result of flood and'then
ht. The other was the Suez crisis.
coffee crop this last season wss leess than 300,000 bags of 80
rams each as against 390,000 b1r's the season before. The Suez
crisis had its effect in that France normally imports the bulk
Haitian coffee crop, paying in dollars. This year France had
serve her dollars to pay for petroleum imports from the West.
of the most serious aspects of the economic situation here is
ver the years the Magloire Administration had been covering
budgetary deficits with loans from the National Bank of Haiti, a
ercial bank as well as the nation's credit organization.
ications are that the National Bank, while still apparently in a
condition, holds upward of $30,000,000 b( Government paper,
result, however, of the drain on its liquid assets the bank has
having increasing difficulty in financing trade operations. This
n has reflected itself in Government revenue, as a maior part
s revenue comes in the form of export and import duties.
e foreign trade position of Haiti fell to a five-year, low in-the
fiscal year when it showed a deficit of about $4,300.000, Com.
returns are not available for the 1956 fiscal year but it appears
tle deficit willbe in the neighborhood of $2,000,000.

FINEST CAR ON-THE-'


airpassenger forget his trou
Signed: A recent visitor
Citadelle.

STREET PARKING

Dear" Mr. Diederich,
When is something goin
done about these automobi
trucks that park directly
center of Port-au-Prince
while the drivers talk to a p
er, wait to pick someone
just to whistle at a pretty g
It is hazardous to drive
town nowadays. The car in
you is liable to slam on his


why take a


chance with


this. '


when you


7 SWIS WATC






HAITI SUN


For FAO) Tells Of


y, thne atner n
ads to be the "
fis'children.
tting to unders
iging up of chil(
eir financial res
also their great

tion has to beg
nd reereation, a
lengthening h
ife. The home
so pleasant tha
ers prefer the h
corier and


w


rays


LY LIVING
to- It is safer for a girl to marry
hay- a man who does not have so
boss much cash, but knows how to
nore take care of it, than to marry a
good millionaire wlho spends all he
Fa- has in a merry-go-round, Anj
tand the man who marries the thrifty
dren girl, who will be able to manage
pon- on his salary, even if it isn't ve-
pri- rv ig, might be better off
than the man, who-gets the rich
,iven girl, who never learnt how to
s a make ends meet.
onie Many people do not yet realise
has that unwise spending of money
the might be a hazard to their
ome health. We must help people
the save money, but save for the
right purpose.
orld In the' Caribbean, we should
ural do our best to make the people
older a little more (house-minded,> so
and that the house provides facilities
diffi- for satisfactory family life.
rge- *
l so- FEEDING the family is one of
uni- the most, important and one of
nore the most difficult problems for
and a homemaker. She must know,
cial- what the family needs to keep
ci- healthy. She must know what
tion to buy in order to satisfy those
needs at the least expenditure.
ono- and, of course she also must
me- know how to prepare the food
ney, in such a way that most of its
ome value is saved, for the benefit
help of the family. All too often the
heir value of the food is lost because
of faulty cooking habits.
the Home economics is not only
po- concerned with the right choice
ory, of food and the right prepara-
t of tion of food; it is also concern-
uite ed with increased food produc-
the tion through some gardening.
.cto- All these are means through
which the nutrition of the peo-
re- pIes of all countries can be irn-


ood economy is
r of a high.in-
a matter of.
Vhen money is


y Diplomatic


:i so much mQre essen- I ain Unaltered
there be careful plan-
e income and the expen- It was declared yesterday thati
n th there will be no need on the part
a g o the 'youngerof Venezuela to" recognize the new
n, it is of great impor- Haitian government, according tof
implant a sense of va- Dr. Francisco Lopez Herrera, Dir-f
oney and goods, that ector Generar of the Ministry of
e the youngsters appre- Foreign Affairs. Lopez declared
ir parents' efforts, and that the constitutional regime of
them to manage their the government has not been in-
ources, however limited terrupted, therefore not requiring
be, later on in life. special recognition. This opinion


your


SUNDAY JANUARY 6th J[9 7


Strange Cappers Of

Camionette Causes Crash
Two persons were injured 4:30
P.M. Wednesday when the camion-
pette in which they were riding
rolled off the Delma Road.
A red Ford camionnette enroute
to Ption-Ville left the beautiful
Delma road on the first down grade
after the sisters' orphanage. Dark
tell-tale skid marks show that the
public bus jumped the dividing Is-
land and skidded. across the oppo-
site lane and suJmer-saulted down
the embankment to land )bottoms


was also maintained by Dr. Melch-
or Monteverde, Director of Inter-
national Policy of the same Min-
istry. The announcement was made
yesterday in the Casa Amarilla to
the press.
It was" explained that the resi-
,nation of President Magioir was
cirried out by constitutional man-
date in the name of the President
of the Supreme Court ofH aiti.
Meanwhile, the electoral camp-
agn, which has been in effect for
some time, continues.


up in a small ravine
One of the local inhabitant in-
interviewed shortly after the acci-
dent, gave all the known details
of the crash.
-1 was tending my goats he
said, ,when I heard a loud bang
and looking up I ,saw the red ca-
mionnette go. roll polly over the
bank. The driver with his pants
torn went -nan pangnole and
two injured persons were trans-
ported to hospital by a passing
black Sedan with ',Liberte .- vo-
ter D6joie" marked in large lett-
ers on its rear, he added.


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father now in Ken
s can be a leism


t LdUlg Lfrom11 --o---- F.---- .
inted. Some people. tell me what you want an
rning is the special give the message to day when people's Noel> who will bring it fo
_on Christmas eve night
you are asleep.) When thf
dren kept their promised
good, the parents bought th
E PRINT! the children wanted and put
a n s which means under their pillovs. In the
named for its sur- ing, the children were no
pleased about Tonton J
been in its mount- faithfulness but they vowed
a 15-mile drive up would behave in such a
ettias, to charming that the same thing would
Kenseoff, peated every year. But nom
sea level, Chatelet cc some parents were caug
Delphiniums etc. the children in the act of
d States, and also '.ng toys uuder the pillows
serves beverages. news spread rapidly and,
ration by an Amer'very few children still belic
name, but the guy the Last C h r i s t m a s
tropical perfumes, true du Magasin de l'Etat
the theater of real turbu
scoff. One of your On his way from a qlongut
rely visit to mile- le which was held at Croi


iFrench, Gerianl, Haitian Cuisine of
passed Quality at Charming

kUATELMIT DES FLEURS
Coo Kenscoff.


U.'
..v.


the block crowded wi
watching two very exci
men who were pitching
of rum at a teasing c
der his veranda he fou
dressed but bare-foote
man asleep. Evid en
man's shoes had been
a thief who was aware
portunity knocks but o


that sec-


URE


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.,MRKRDUVIVIER
16-Rue PAVEE.
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SUN


Sunday


TRAVEL IN REVIEW


By SILVAN COX, Miami News Travel Editor



(Characters), Of The Caribbean

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Travelers out of Miami on
a Caribbean island hopping jaunt get a plus pitch."In addition
to tourist thrills, capers, continental flavor, and airline ser-
vices that are quick, comfortable and relaxing, you meet cha-
racters among your fellow passengers who did add to the fun
and lasting 'benefits.
By characters I mean folks who are ally out for a good time,
doing some of the things that they would not think of doing at
home such as wearing flip-floppy straw hats of many colors, and
shirts or waists that would make Joseph's eoai of many colors look
like an after glow by contrast; they that take a quick look at historic
sites, museums, cathedrals and mountain peaks but spend most of
their time bargaining with smily, toothy native vendors and sanip-
ing amber colored liquids; and don't want to go to bed until sure
there is nothing else to do.
Among the travelers with whom I5atn island hopping on planes..o
Pan American World Airways, thereAe groups qofpeople whose -Gt,
home business and social interests had Wteady- drawn them tother.
I'll venture to predict that on getting back. home they will be
than ever before because of fond memories of the experiences- while'
on this tour of Puerto Rico, Virgin Island', Dominican Repub 1404


lers who


tanned.


nassageh ms
Before iong


fas Variety (

on while visiting '
Rancho Hotel at
emtinl,Iwasu he


Haiti is also a muslc
d like a poem. In ar
,e are monuments to
women. There are, as
treets, water uncert
Drumming, singing a


There's nothing like the injection as found hei
F sounds, smells and ideas to revive jaded appetites
age, or any other and Haiti, only three hours f;
American World Airways, fits this particular bi
other land within easy, inexpensive reach can ev,
The scenic drive from Port-au-Prince to Le Pei
clouds overlooking the capital, provided the usual
but excellent- highway, winds through a country
blooming poinsettias making a scarlet splash ag
greenery. Natives move- on their way to market,
tiny donkeys, carrying huge baskets on their he
with agricultural products.


Haitian Music Still Primitive


ic intrigues. It stems from religion, history
es of people. It is interpreted by dances an
particularly native-niade drums. While listenih
'roupe of Folk Dancers who perform at E
I believe that most of the visitors drifted, as
Africa, of Indian rituals, and the interpret


been written and spoken about the voodoo religion that
be untrue, simply an attempt to create a sensation. From
01orations in Haiti, I would say the Voodoo religion when
derstood is nature worship, stretching back far into the
e, and that it seems to be absolutely necessary to the psy-
f the race.
tisfaction in Haiti is pegged upon the operation of hotels
agents. There are scores of hotels, many quite new and
ing pools, and offering in cuisine and service that which
st discriminating U.S tourist will find to his or her liking.
the' hotel rooms cost $25 single, $50 double, including
others, in first class places are tagged at $12-$15 single


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A Bouqui And Malice Tale No Political
jint

epresentati-A HOG USED TO KNOW ON WHICH TREE
oures)tt SCRATCH, BUT NOT NOW!!
a courtesy -. + -:


[r (I1 days of old,>> the wo
nreinded one another where
t-
e- they met at the spring, at
,amarche>, or down by the 1
- uhog used to kOw on w
tree to scratch, but not nok
e The reason for all this r
e losing was Malice's auda,
s trick on the King.
. You see, the King had a
e derfuly fertile plo0t, andE
t, ler he would plant tall'
d trains, so that" ho could reap
den fruit and have t
si and fried in pork fat
STo phtains especiall


n ill humour because he had been
r working since morning and was
e becoming hungry ( r, try any of your tricks Malice as
h this is a question of life and
death. And you won't get away
- this time.)>
sA Compare, Bouqui,m said Ma-
lice in agrieved tones cyou know
h I wouldn't try anything with as
h sharp a fellow as you. iBut the
true is I have inherited axesis-
, tance to nettle that is nothing
less than formidablee. My great
g rndfather on my mother's side
n was born in a nettle patch And
since then the family lea which
I has been passed on to my )
1 protects us against nettle stings.


was formerly
Department of


any a bush
plot Co
1mY vex
just how h
ever I havu


Then Malice co,
omp~re, the cow


e wo-!
latted it
iver, i
make
well


airman from- Cap Ttien, saida 1 ..........
an iterviewyestedy that disqualified and
lund 500 persons are expect- But each to attend from aIl parts of tceded in weed
iti. He went on to say that the plot, and so
! Witnesses' group saw a new almost cleared.
Ak of 306 active ministerss in Then, along
field during 1956. Malice. Bonjoi
klI the sessions of tis 4-day qui) he said in
vention will be open to the endship.
Wlie with n oe ,a I Bonjour- Bo


ile nettles as te cleareu
sue- patch; and he called out=a
ion of spot of colour on the my
d was cow with each new sting,
ing the itching area as-if
crafty ing the spot.
Bou- Finally the plot .was cI
of fri- Malice had scratched his
thoroughly and Bouqui was
hnt rnithe isr.


Mr. J.

tes in a
VS.


As fo
qui, he
around
ig for
course,
very de


proble
v. Vict


ar tile
bathes.


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YEAR
I to housewives. An econo-
and market research servi-
ielps distributors and grow-

he Coffee Brewing Institute
te research arm of the agen-
Its studies include brewing
iiques and the psychologic-
and physiological effects of
ee.
1939 the ,bureau was financ-
by a levy of 5 cents a bag
pounds to a bag) on the ex-


AGI


Dear Mary Doogoode,
IMy wife wants to go to w(
andI insist that a woman's pl
is in the home. When yourf
a woman in business you I
a machine that is ruled by I
instincts and feelings and
hpr, h~a.


ace
Hnd
find
her
not


ties. In 1948 the,.........
d to 10 cents. Ano- Business is a
is under conlider- headed men and instincts or fee-
is delaying approv- lings are alright but not when
ed, in the hope of they overcome hard practicality.
I I do not want to take the chance
E Europe. of her becoming hardened and

bureau was estab- separate from the home my
coffee sold at 25 home.
I certainly don't want my wife
in toes P in my business and pity the man
f lr ......consiup who gets 'her in his. She is too
were not high. strong willed and I have enough.
ti flooded the trro6uble with her now.
mid-Thires Po As long as I am wearing the
felt that incre- pants in the family, I do not
ion was the ans ......... .-.-..--4 1


the law.
Signed: Mind


Made Up I


ad like+ the
oud I didn't
made many
but to com-
and home
a of talent.
dominance,
ood organi-
e both jobs
me comes


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IM~,flue Danies Destouchcs
P.O. Box 985 Port-au-Prince,flaiti (W.I) Tel: 3971

DRIVE YOURSELF RATES


Car Year Seats
FORD 1956 5
SIMCA 1956 4


1)-Al Gasoline and Oil.
2)--Insurance of .$10.000


Per Day
$10.00
8.00


Per Mile
$0.10
0.08


Ref. Deposit
$30.00
2000


person up to 5 persons between
).000 Public Liability and $5.000

or Hotel in Port au Prince and


AWAITS


goode,
it proper to fol-
? I mean, is it in
local society~a


Salon de Beaute, is Violette. which is located
rodI that leads to Hotel Oloffson and to Hotel Cas
f the Capital are recommended to call at this
see for tlhe)mselves the establishment and the qua
Advert.


tipu




N AYJAUAL


the end'o


T'S IRISH ADMIRER TRAVEL TO AU CAP
: '. .COLORFUL AND A


entfa,


8 16). OrI
f Irelan
Northe
verse v
kvrshire


born at
.o 1797
), the 0
ten in.


e There has been a lot of talk
recently about flying tourists to
n+ Aap-Iaitian instad of driving
I- them by auto. But why not take
r ttiem on the regular tansporta-
-tin and let them see Haiti as it
r, really is? After all, if they want
s an arm-chair view let them buy
e a world atlas and look at the
pictures. But if they want to
s have the adventure themselves,
there is no better way than to
board the qcamion) and rough
it. I did it! Listen to what they


to leave


at
er-
es,
at
,ly,


not give me fiveC
would say say, .wh, I'm sorry
any either). One
and said that he
change for us but
Just asked if you
When they found
were just pulling
would all laugh it
'Then there'F the
inery one can take
moving truck besi
pounds of good ol
on only* one
"ion of Artib


ors of T4
heard of


Foul treachery
A captive, top
The heart-sooti
Shall charm in
No more shall
In front of the
A wretched in]
I leave ve, my
Let private afft
While friends '
Can ye look, v
Can ye think, ,
Are ye men? a


ar Deyond t'agans in cruelty art!
ve, in a cage, they hung days xnore than seven,
the poor mangtld ilesh, from his cheek-bones was riven,
his eyes were scoop'clout by the wild fowls of heaven,
e famine and thirst gravld his sad sickly ,heart.
'n, help-the poor negroes! in, times that were peaceful,
s death to run off, and starvation to stay:
dames swoon't throih til, on -hose shoulders,
graceful,
r babes wai'd and broil'd in the ho vertic ra;,:
n war rose, 'twas worse; then our rude c-s tVe fi red;
he point of the bavonot vha{ thousands .xpird ,
,boatfuls were drown'd! -- 0! f life be desired,
1ms. ,men1o colour! 'tis death to delav!
sinCe wrongs rouse the feelings, on-ce ,rnrelet me
ge you,
ive unto all men, the treatment you'd gain; /
gh tyranny's satellites stabshoot, and scou
that no excuse~to retaliate aeo
ar, be as fierce as 'the dragons of fable;
as doves, woln the whte ma submits 0 the sable;
e'er clime or colour, the minds of the rabble
saVTge and rude; and of heroes, humane.
well, my poor Country! the white men may haras3
natives awhile, but their wongs I'll not see;
agg'd in mock pomp, through the thronag'd streets
Paris -
rtur'd at midnight I'll think upon thee.
long must thv sons feel the sharp thong of slav'ry,
their blood stain the stems of the sugar cane sav'ry!
these plagues of the nations, amb-iton and knavery,
-ve thinn'd poor-mankind, and brought ruin on .me! ]


I- T 5


V .......


HAITI SUN


6th 19g57


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HAITI SUN SUNDAY JANUARY 6th 1957


TERESTING
if TRUE




-y
EDWARD SCOTT.-..


s ago sent 1e ap ite
following verse ire
it, the Tropics-- At
and you swear you

button came at a tin
because I was thin
r. On a number of o
Ihe Tropical Tramp"
;es, and although I r
e together on a col
ime Americano, Sou


poem.,


"They say they'll give me a month to live--a month cr a year is:
the same -- I haven't the heart' to play my part to the end of a
losing game -For whenever you play, whatever the way, for stakes
that are large or small -- The claws of the Tropics will gather your
pile, and the dealer gets it all.'


NY. Psychologist-
Writer -Graham
On First Visit
To Haiti
Gladys P. Graham, noted New"
York journalist and writer is
here on her first visit to Haiti.
'rofessor Graham recently tour-
m d Liberia, Mexico and Hawaii,
S u says that she is realizing a
herished wish of visiting this
country.
Stopping at Hotel Beau Riv-
n ge, she plans a reunion with .
Ak- iberian; Ambassador and Mrs.
o ,ilmot David, the Antoine sist-
in rs, and Mrs. Cyril Walker, am-
re- ng others during; her vacationi
I- Haiti.
ith, -


Aux
Cosaques


'f am e'










-Che'm/4 oes-Dall/es~





.1I"


.1

.1


mumXIt




Ag est le




qui permet aux grands
jaueurs dle "Cricket"'
.4e so distinquer.,


Youn.' face- For hers
ne the glor of empire

ouse in the land of my
0 USA., for I worked on
right-hand man (I might
her life with a long, keen


Aimiti'


In many a
edge of a

two year's


--: Pourla gazoineqe

MAXIMUM DE PUESSA?4ewU
est aussi le facteur vital.

En consjquencO, i i vous'
disirez on maximum do
puisscrce tt ul miLqga

rscrd, falln s il
d'essance oujourd'hui av*e [a.




GAZOLINE DVE RIAITEB


U


La Prone
,so


the joh
mob-
volt Bu'
-Colt -I


ndred


ar by day, v
nd me that











DEFINED
{CJntinued from page 1)
lavu'able prejudice. the transi-
timn h having to be painful after
-he sd years we have just pass-
ed.
Th:2 support Nvc have promis-
ed to the Provisional Govern-
!ment is, by consequence, not a
Lo3m1)lacency: it is the imiperati-
ye- thinga of the Hour. And this
,)pinion will be that of all those
who place the superior Interests
of the, Nation above their petty
interests.A clear vision of the
situation, a practical rense of
things, the experience of the last
iuw years command an attitude
of conciliation and understand-
ngs....


rent force which coi
its will. But such as
al context is presentE
not have any interest
trouble for the Govei
should avoid playing
the monster Paul M
his accomplices who
be manoeuvering...-


POLITICAL SITUATION

BY INDEPENDANCE,,
otic situation, it is in one of the repetition of the lamentable ex-
most dangerous positions. periences of laws hastily voted
Some sectors are growing and repressed as soon as they
impatient....are applied because they are in-
There are so many questions applicable. To Propose measures
pending: is a good thing, but by not using
9an the Legislative Chambers foresight i the wrong that they
be dissolved? Many say yes, ar- Iwill create in indicating the re-
guing that the Government was medy is childishness.
born from a revolutionary mo- If the Chambers are dissolved
veme which swept away the what shouldreplace them? The
Constitution and left it to( C t a f o votitig of a new electoral law is
couddes franches (free to find 1 1--.- .i : ..it nso


its own way).
Others say no, because it is a
C o n s t i tutional Government
which must be confined in the
strict limits of the Fundamental
Charter.
I Aither nnikdnnis that of Jr.


e-term of ti
on Novemb
ig to the
imber). system
no longer ex
before May
m asking if V


being consdcrou, is itML,,,.,,
Should the Government operate
onlIy through decees? Will this
not all create a revolutionary Si-
tuatio: in this non-revolutionlary
Government? What is to become
of the clause in the Constitution
thlat provides for the election of
new Deputies every four years?
And the Government itself, what
is t, beco,mLe of it if the Consti-
tution should disappear? Iii go-
iug further along this line of
reasoning, would there not be a


ty Commissions, and not t
ty Councils which have
graced themselves, the -Pi
who have behaved like v
instead of representatives
fallen Presidence, the Ju
of Peace who were used t(
ceve orders rather than
fill their duties-as judges
conscience and dignity,
be revoked while awaiting
decision of an investigation
mission, on their cases,
For it cannot be tolerate
these malevolent persons,
trary to all morality, de
whole nation of people,
lug on without < trips abroad when it p
them or to enjoy with mi
the fruits of their plunder
This Government, because
Provisional CAN and MIU
lerate it. Does that leave
people the right to disarm
these misdeeds as an exan
the future generations?
they not obliged, this Pee


natorial
ithey to


neonditiona
We have,
etain of th
madertaken:
I F the Puhil


ing, and not
es, the tricke
ul Magloire
: forever and


nave to live again, through theI


of the Magioire ,
judge it wise to
conference until 1
member 28th, to e


not be


)TCH WHIS
4/, 969


The
Celebration
Scotch


V'hen youchoose PAN AMERICAN all
the way to Europe, you can include an
"extra" vacation in New York-
at no extra cost. What's more.
Pan American is the only ai !ine
to complete more than 55,000
crossings between the U.S. and

EUROPE
For full dt,tls
sc vour 'rat -I Agm or


nt ,crir
thefts


extricable,


en disc
epartme
)n. The
mmenci


give
e it n
the s








UAITI SUN Sunday January 6th~ 11957


during her visit. Joann
uts a fine figure on ho
ill write a complete re
te horses of Haiti for
azie which is in it's
ear of publishing by Be


XXX
i and Mrs VicE
med their big so


XxX


xx
spent the
ere with hi
LJEau. Jean


;hter of
i, nere-
Corps,
ce. At-
ere at


,It. Smith's transfer was gua-
rianteed by Point IV's Mr. Gott-
lieb.
xxx
\frs. Raymond Moyse observ-
ed her birthday on December
28th. Hildegarde is a SCISP se-
cretary.
xxx
Pretty Gladys D~joie observed
/her birthday anniversary on De-
000 cember 30th at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D'Ennery
D~joie in Pdtion-Ville.
xxx
a who December 31st brought around
rse-back another printemps> for-d'Enne-
eport On ry Ddjoie (Tonton Ti-Dinde) and
the Ma- a shower of congragulations and
second chorus of (Ad multos Annos.,
ert Clar- x x x
H RRIETTA FOMOLARI
VISITING PARENTS HERE.
Blanchet TO WED NEW JERSEYITE
n Jac- NEXT FALL.

The announcement of the en-
gagement of Miss Harrietta Fa-
ected in molar' to Paul J. Onto was an-
worked nounced this week by her mo-
la~t Sun ther, Mrs. Horace Famolari,

me com owner of one of the Capital's
snowed oldest Curio Shops.
Miss Famolari who resides in
New York City arrived on De-
Christ- cember 17th to spend the holi-
is fami-, days with the family here. She
is stu-' and he; fiance, a New Jeseyite,
o Rico.- were entertained on the eve of
her departure at a reception in
To. for Ocean Township, New Jersey,
es and given by her cousins Mr. and
Longsw- I Mrs. Gerard Malanga of Sunset


of the Pines, in Asheville, N.C.,
and Nazareth College, in Naza-
reth, Ky. For the past two years
she has been employed by the
Swiss Banking Corporation of
New York.
The gikoom-elect, a gradiiate
of Monmouth Junior College is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Onto of Asbury .Park, N.J. Assis-
tant Manager of McCrory's Five
aind Ten Cent Store there, for
several years, he is now manag-


tnt. .4..... en.,n.... n..n


Plastic Surgery

Without Scalpel


Will Do The Same


Look at this charming and in-
teRigent lady whose radiant
beauty does not betray her


In Such away does the press
refer to PLACENTUBEX
treatment.
Only Serol PRP permeates
the epidermis with extract-of
fresh placenta. Axd'only PLA.
$ CENTUBEX contains Serol D
RP. You will be surprised at
t h e results. PLACENTUBEX
rejuvenates tired skin, does
Iway with lines on the chin
md neck, and restores a young
appearance to the hands. PLA
tENTUBEX is very-easy to ap


FOR SALE AT:
Nobbe & Bondel, Bazar du
Champ de Mars, Viclette
Beauty Salon. Rue Capois;
Mine. Duchatellier, Turgeau
Mme Jean Elie, Cap-Haitien
Minec Jean Etienne, Gonaives


VN SILV


(


HIJO E


Wa


JI S FINESTBRR


j


HAITI SUN


Sunday January 6th 5


er of the Beforal's Tow2 'g Ser-
vice in Asbury Park.
Miss Famolari who will return
to New York at the end of this
month was guest of bonor at a
reception this week given at the
home of her brother, Mr. and
Mrs: Ldon D pas of the Shell
Company.
A Fal wedding in New York
is planned, and the bride-elect's
mother and brother will go to
New York for the ceremony.


























Caretial'al is returning to
school in Miami tomorrow.
xxx
Judy Vandprkaay and Kareen
Burgers fly back to school in
Ciudad Trujillo tomorrow.

Phillip and Molly Haspil clip-
pered to Kingston on New Year's


xxx
eral Antoine Levelt
imily are leaving on
d tomorrow.
xxx
sin Baboun flew to H


and
a tripi


is iiitIenued
in whatever
is engaged
ginaire des
the mention
completing


the newlyweds. Mr and
Gherard Fils-Aim6 anvd


The
line Fi
thold,
a rem
able F
6:30 P.


x xn t N..
)went to New


x x
hi and Kanta
i Orientale ho
returned to
on today.


don
York


xxx


n x x x I Wt
Dr. James Weesner and his lo- his
vely wife are down from Lincoln sum
Nebraska visiting brother Paul's
W Hotel Riviera. This is their first
n visit and they are doing the sight- D
i- seeing with friends from GrandIBas
e Island Dr and Mrs E. A. Brigh. in
- xxx


Mr Andre Dominique, First Se- week..
retary at the Haitian Embassy in x x x
tome is back in town. Mr N iat Ali Ucuncu, Econom-.
x x x ic Adviser at the Turkish EmIas-
Mr Gabriel Breton and Lt. Col- sy in Washington is now in town.
iel Valdivia Romero, respective- The distinguished diplomat is ma-
Charg& d'Affaires a.i. and Mi- king a business tour of the Car-
tary Attach6 at the Cuban Em- ibbean.


J.S Army I
MissilesI


nd Flambert; President
Chamber of Commerce,
York-bound on business

xxx

le Armand is returning
rore College in Saratoga


'ole Du Vier and Raymond Scot after receiviw the hoy :;
ent of Matrimony ctlthe Sacr Coeur church.


en a
were
le Rue


XXX


bassy in Port-au-Prince returned
here last Monday.
xxx
Mr Max Gauthier, 2nd Secreta-
ry of the Haitian Embassy in Ha-
vana flew into Port Tuesday.
xxx
Mrs. Ddwig Mercier will ob-
r-ve her anniversary on Janua-
ry 2nd, MrS. Mercier is the for-
ma1r Aglae Leys.


Mr. Luc Edgar Douyoni, for
seven years Office Manag-r, o
the Maritimas at Ca.pHaitien,
has received his diploma after
two years of home study of
Success,> from the Napoleon
Hill Institute in Chicago. Based









THE POLITICAL WEEK
(Conrtinued fromt page 2)


venin, and issued no check covering the sa- on two counts, as penalty repr-
y Gerard lary of Mr. Ars6ne Magloire, senting the maximum of th line
I (brother of the ex-President), provided in Aicles 11 and 16
didate. for after November 30th. %He had of the law of September 12, 1951
third ad been a member of the Board of on income tax which applies to
t-.uPrince 1Directo'rs of the BNRHI. this Company.
ing which b) No check was issued in fa-
ism with vor of the persons who left the The Casipo was fined because
his prefe- country for exile after Decem- of it!s failure to comply with the
tie refferr- ber 13th. clauses of its concession contract
I b y the c) No amounts have beenddrawn which stipulated that its statement
nhi!cd Na- against the deposits at the Na- fProProfits "and Losses for Hotll
the Ameri- tional Bank in the name of any Beau Rivage during the fiscal
Stioned the of the persons who went into po- years 1954-55 and 1955-56 were to
of expres- tica! exile after Decmber 13th. be duly filed with the Tax Dp-


t Uiioii. Tnc PolieeCief iautr.o LeaderIs.
M. St. Lot The Department of Police is-
hat there was sued a stern comminique re-
the peoples' minding the public atid the polif
the beginning tical leaders, in particular,that
we took the ithe use of freedom of expres-
ng the class sion and criticism must be con-
t to take the fined to the limits of the law. It
themselves. warned tivat direct attacks on
y the hoaor against a magistrate
), ,Stn-fuoin~~v n~q~t


)n Will he p ursued
with the Law.

e Communique fur-
iat in order to avoid
ble incidents bet-
rtisans of the va-
ates, the following
aust be observed:
emblying in public
(take' place without
orization bythe Po-


ure- op
P' pel


was issued by t
tment to the effe
o International h


a which is
order to
pt onl their aw
rity ofthle Of
.,;
f the "De-
issupol in B


artment.


ARMY CONTINUES $HAKE-U'
The Army continued its over-
all reorganization by retiring a
number of top-ranking officerj,-
eradicated from tlhe list of its
ranks the officers who resigned
following the fall of the Magloire
regime, and proceeded with furth-
"er promotions and transfers in
the corps.I


PRESS BULLETIN


On Saturday morning the SIPP
issued a press bulletin giving fur-
ther administrative 'reforms effec-
ted by the Government this week.
The Director of the Oranisa-
tion et Administration des Cites
OuvriLres, Mr. Raoul Hector. was
discharged, and an investigation
was ordered in connection with
the irregularities found in the
management of the three workers'
cities of St. Martin and La Saline.


to On the occasion of National In-
g 'depenideace Day, the President
of amnestied 36 prisoners who were
by serving time, and commuted the
IiIenalty of 41 others.


I Edouard Roy, has been
ed from his post- as Air
ijef to service at the Ge-
adqu aters of the' Army.
Albert maignan of the
Corps has been appointed
der (of the Air Force


newspap
oi names
mbers of
ssion; th


bling hi's colleagues of the .xCOUR DE CASSATION in a sp-
oience (t the Nutionc<, Pulace on December 30th: the President
Rcpublic M !' JOCejpli~cnusRer-oi wait ak
okhis place 'C toghis for-mer collab~oror~s.
n at the President's lft: Supreine CowrtJustices IoloWvh
(ViceP'esident), Fdlix Ca rr;, Yreck Chatel .'u L:0lo Viigain,
?e b. Joseph Beoi and Adrien Do TotMerightof
residerat: SnpremtCourty JPw.cs Jean-B batiste Cinlas,
aporte, Franck Boncy, and Ale. Simon Desvarieuz, Assitauf




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