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Haiti sun
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R. Cheney, Jr. ( Port-au-Prince, Haiti )
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:VOL. IX S,; U -AY, NVM.R.rd" '1958 -7 o.
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".VOL.. IX -- SUNDAY,.. N.OVEBER23r&. 4,958.- No.


9- PORT.AU-PRINCE


UT T BE OUTLAWED IN VOODOO

.. DOLL, SWIZZLE STICK MAKING
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tIH" Public Health Service ,'U ; S. fleaRlt ep,.' and Toiist oprd expected to
lt'orist'Board. weie' quick .1' Pi' jtsi t z. Ot On '' old,' merenvy .\meetings: ..this.,
r'ttoday upoi'ffdit'R ".. Taboo List' ; qwek-end, tot discus.,what.,s to
aupcuy reports in .Vnited .':o b'.' one d "owitH' tht ivut.usd n
l$new~pipers. .that H 1' aip$&tl ., odb 'f cashew these novelies..' ", ,', I "
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a &ob o an', vsed' as be- '1uai: "o" ;... .. ..r b. .
wiizletich'whadbeen tests,1. cot 'a quid. . .The Pr".ei i ofi 7 T. Ti'1
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dbby the iU.ited.Atat- milr. to, oil in po .spn .iyoy, Bpar f in.ai"Assad, i st"
i Health Se.ce. an warned tbat'4liey.ced.killed thatbyon4'y;afte.est,
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president Speaks,' sat 'u,"the-bjv 4the. ,.turewhiclv hadbeencontbUt
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In ay' I rrived.....- United. Stn oh to nmonal deve-


l that, which, forlking e^s 'ari ed' i, &- &vic 'in :A xnmreica : distress, Pr esideMt.
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i ha -r ". vi th e p e o p le ,h e alth jdeautati o' a n d a fer l.t-.i. + *'- .++p a g :
itoioDy f aught.t .tocu-' .TC.A..d
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t President, Dr. Fran ARRIVE .TALY P A
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'iDutalier said in Bis Mes- '*".... ...... '- '- 0'
t. S Haitian- People on cYe terday, dirij g Wte Mii. tier to ppm.Le .
"y, November 18". -ta Pa'rad on the Champ de Govaenteto face te st! a

jfI..rxesidient 'further t .ated Mare, several of the numerous .: .C.otinued QD. page, 2
tt, the Army is now being motorized units of war iateria! ... : : :

'4. Phanti.. to die United receive, ,Saturda on the ePol. S.t. Marc 'Express ,;
f Teclnjlcal Assistance. lux, by the Armed Forces of ''Derailed .
riifAumy of Dessalines had Haiti were seen byt the Publlic. At Sources Puantes
5"'beet trad'uced and has be- The 150' te s of materiel Two flat cars of the freight
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.6an iantrument of. privilege, arrived 'from Italy and is suppo- section of..the Port-anPrnce--
ey\setting itself aside from sed to have been acquired, ac- St. Marc train were derailed at
I.eBple hie declared, and' the cording to those who pretend to Sounces Puantei last.Saturday),
0! was iygarded with mis- be always well informed, with' No ebi of life or injury .was
k't, t a part of, te $60.000 which; the recoited when the. two ,flat-
'iie"Arm'y has found itself commerce ee'a industry of the carq appareptlywobbloedoff'the
howeverv, during the past country subscrtbed for hi Au- tracks. It is belieVrede thi mode.
'Years,,President Duvalier gust and September last in or-. (Contl'fedon page.2)
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Major .Gnera, Maurice lambert ieseajnt m ffeA'w.cbl'to the.troo
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The deafh pefialty was im- for complidity.intheMahotieres
osed in. absentia on ex-Presi- bomb' plot of April 29th. for
ential Candidate Louis Dejoic, which Dejote has just been se-n..
riday, when a Military Trihi- tence6d, andtare low in jail ui-. .
al at Caedn"s Dessalines, der deatl sentences. :::.
DuiiI the, exiled: idiiutrialist At the t i -"' aw."rrant w4g'
lint.th. ,.h arat. w.sA .
lilly f charges of 'attempting isuep& fbr the arrest of Desjo.e
overthow the' GoernmLent 'last May,, he was declared :.an
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LOuis 'Dejoie was accused of pand dollars plaed' on hishea:.'
tigatnli g Yvs 'Bajeu. Hol- He entred asylim' iA the Mea-r.
erg 'C'istokhe, Fr-anck Leo. an Etaofsy here for sevea,/
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me psd ,r xpom ves ei," "' ..u.der. ,I.f-'i;
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i. "anksgliving Day
ta.9lebraions,
hj|^sg~intDdyzon Thuru
om '.27th, -11. be
:'yUlnited States re-
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':"' *sidei in: aiti,4 with .the -tra-
.ed'Twl .religi'ous, ceremony at
&' Thnity cathedrall of
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eSo.pen at 8:bo
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A'R.a.Y' D A Y

ARMY DAY


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valier said: But full expan-
sion of the New Army cannot
*...-,.li' ,i :' ""A;- ,.
* be rei.ized iiless it is concei-
* ved in a program of." 'thie en-
iemble tied .u w i te Latin-
ueierican 'liberatio- operation.
A new more,hiimuanitaIan phi-
1o'sophyishieesded to come and
biani -thii& ste-mi of 'aiteg6ri-
ziatibn ?1 thI peo&ps hi t14
wort a. .

Tlis '.wound 'itAe to the
souls of. thesepeople, is capable
iA mai 1 an a1' eim of mis-
arUs, ffl'e ana *ii'eneral insecu-.
nit^ tll'e PSA-~inl^ eonttnued,'
1 V",1 '- ev
,.'Thie Bve4timIenl i reai4y to
tender its, hand, in view \ot a
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sincere 'iderstanding, to. a ll
peoples'havin"g te will power,
radlicaflt to brea4, once and for
aIll *itltth& -. as*
The Latin Americn" distreas
cai on.0y ibe. overcome .'hy the1
creation of 'stable political con-
ditions,': the solid :basrai ..tivhi h
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tis -ui.,tin roeq res, ia
the .'* eo reg44n'. confidence'?
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one iSde. othe :l 'In Inder ,d o
remeutyr this ;;.letz~qitationi, ofr. tip
Latin-.-.e. can endionmoeralu
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.tion.it.iw .necessary. tQ .institute:
j1st, .a;.firi'au x.6 j ...:Di
irectioxf 'Policy 64 teState .of,
,the- ,if'.eor, o..v f ore.ta-.
*l~i's~iini^nfidence;, :n '4i~ta-*
jb i ty..-..;:'.'.''.h' 't"'. "" kt.at i .' 'H. a;"
guamrantee'bef peace:A chedfhAh.
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asur d1: :ih4.lpong, perspective J y,
e truly' .'jpgreat matiohsi -i,tview
~re'esty Bm.cox ience'-bt-
.,'eenthe"'Co.-ple;'. 3rd. ',h4,e-
iimtpAtriuin ..,ok fhie principles
to 'tdi' ...n.zaboi'ii and
direction of coiimyi. ".'
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U.'S.. Marine-trained Major-Ge-
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.nl aiuee P.' FTlambert, took
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.place on the Ca.p-de-Mars on
Tusday.. .
STuesday 4as ales th'e 1554ii
anniversary_ of the historic battle
.of Vertieies. .,. .
Presidentt Frangois Duvalier
gave i. a thiry-minute speech,
ter t Military parade, and
presented the Army .with ljew
colors -- the black and' red Fa-
niqon, carrying the Dessaliinea
symbol of the .hoenitx- an d
with thie Haitida bi-color. Haiti's
red id bl i flg wkhs heated on
the battle fild when tssailines
ripped, th'e Muite uomt of the
Fre'ch Tric'dl ir, leaving the red
and b'.1'd seettdil *whi6h wdre
seiin' tgeth6t. TbAis flag 'Was-
lateM predited by Al"exandre
~Petfi6b' o1the o founders 'so'.
he republicc.
DedsiliAes liter 'adopted.'the
red a, blkalk flagd' synibolic.
This ,eat'. ainiveitary was
'marked by the first parade un-
der the new titled of the Ai-


S" 'cause pain or death bysit
S.Bisho, A-fr, d V- g'lf-Ci," e igg p, i-into.such dolls.'
.Of.. h Eis:copal.an.. wzio tolobk like their victunh
in'- Haiti,.was M'decorat#don -|
.vrbe.r 7th 'by the.,Hailan, Thie heads of the
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: n ; -o.doli re' made of: cashe..
*di.md': i'e.T m oth.Tus- 'ihe. Health Service said;.
istdLI$7ertfre Olrder'if Ci-. showed the shells of tlh
vi erit&
Ki i contained a liquid mi1i
, o decorated at J)h'e, sam he eoil .in :poison ivy'Il
ail was.the Re,:%d ,athe volunteers broke out
e eren ...... .i volupt
t~aiariuel Mtoreau,.,Sator of -.3 to 50 minutes after "i
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he Re pblic. tSeht i.Moreaiu th. heads. -. N .a
, presently i' inactive":'' 'prie""' Thef i als
Macive -as -a.,pnies. :~e'e I9.,::
i n ;' o f."", J " "
ih ae Epis... .,.'. Cttch of. it. belieed the eyes of t "'
...it S.' '..f ,' '.: d.adlyyeqinrity. I.e
.Oftier priests o.f the'Missioin baby who o
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to receive decpration.:,, w '.., '" & ...... 't s "aid "p'l,
.ese,.:-.ttsaid,' lua,. e
RO&cn SOo~U'MruLrinj
...e .R...re d ;' ".]P i "iR ,ger. c!jn eig eriaUsly ,sick. -.. ::l
De.i. Candi.. h" 'f j ""aie# .e a.rJd
Cathedral who. '" T&eived th, .umber'o.te- dois had
rink' of dOfficed i:Reei- nsold ih s country. "t'
the raik Of ChewVf eeq o werse' "me"ne cautionn. -:in
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The Reverend 'Fatb i "er ethm.. It did ot, say. ifit
d Fafot f 3ip% 'sli; i.f
Th6iretbt (Leog.n,. 3Eo 07.yt6 dlect. those i at
tor.u :'(Portau-Pn ,ol. : "ps, ; '"
viusE :i.,(Acahie) ntz '. The'l.. hl'-evice '
Lafdntant t'ir bal iis Octav'.te tdig..:-'W.t Indian ni
iHontant,.,,. M^ .i gl ^fe^ ^ f.Go'..
ne), and Rigal Elisee (Portdae school students broke oiit
PaiMx): . the rash. .. .

`A i &i Pstat Miami Heri
SO E. HEH iS lRIC-. TOGFETHERNE'

cOtERATIOiN; PAN 'AMERICAN'. got: rolling Moldayl,
vVashingfon, .Americans Ndrth and 'South might ivell bconl,
hhat .for the first time in two decades the republics of the Wf
.ern Hemisphere had acquired both unity and a sense of<
reaction. .. .
This- -the meeting of the cOommittee f' Twnf-enOyne -
iliected at broad' solutions of Latin America's eco0on -ic pi
blems within the framework of the. OrgAnizationi of AeriW"
3States. ,. '._ . l ...J "" ;'_ . '" -'. : ..":
e piblems are mahy and intricate. Let us tick tem'ri
Inflation, riding high 'to .the Squtl .' "
Stable mnrkets and prices, both upset. :.
Private.irnvestment, too often lack'ing... ;
Loans and',aid, the latter stultified, by what our EdwiM-A.
Lahey .calls military bo6ndogglig. .. ...
sensible 'taritfs, now rendered somewhat silly on our
by new high duties on lead, zin-c aid otir mtas. o .
Commdunist iAnfiration, politically and economicall.v.":.
med'Foroes. of Haiti, and uni- Six.reconditioied liht
ties',of-theG: Codast Guird, and whidh arrived from.Italy tA
t h e Airforee paraded along previous day were exbhibited 4d
with the Army. ring the parade. :


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Haiti To Condetib6 Nut Used In V0
Reyeverap-e Swizzle-Stick .
(continued from. page 1) e r bean' ... e
jequirity b believe
demned voodoo novelties will for. the eyes of the dcli
be rounded up and burned. He bean will also be prolbiil
added: A-new nut will hive The Tourist Board P4
to .be found, and the cashew pointed out that if ".th
will be .prohibited for use in prove correct, then. hi i.
the manufacture of souvenir ment will endorse theb!
items.*' diate forming of an' ip
The Tburist andHealth .De' service to test cottage -in
apartments, are checking .th- products, against the acidl
bdd that .tli U. S. ljealth use. of 'any poisonous,:
Service ta" -tdeliadly made articles. :


INHAITIAN DOLLS'
en the mti Aer21
SWA Sf~lfiSTOii --(tJi5-= rage;' sw=z-le, icg, .cS
swiz z'l a Iti-
TBh ty. S. Public-traks eiv- babiei/'iA h .aflki I
i~ ai ffcal-f at;Ha. Poison jv-uf *rii
tian voodgd 1dAll i' TS r' :, Te e ''IS eIvice ar
c6iW s as novelties an^ iDve- t6 HititWimi e ahsay iert


EpisitaliiiAi Pr iites
D, ecorateia Bi
Haitian Goverhment


promised to ask its govei
to bar further imports .c
dolls. ,
Some primitive:peopi:
lieve' that voodo& witchW


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i ident Duvalier's

Is4_Officers and Soldiers,
I"6n the 18th. of November
,0,'13. wnder the genial command
Dessalines, the Great, the in-
in-,us forces joined together
riughome the brilliant via.
Pi 'of .Vertieres whicli soun-
the knoll of the Colony of
t Domingo forever.
epopee came after other
n battles waged all
,r the country, to consecrate
birth of the new Indepen-
.nut State of Haiti. Next to the
oaaestable military valde of
... combat, the historians have


( not failed to retain its philoso-
phica], -political and social com-
ponents. They could not ex-
plain this flashing strategical
triumph which by the light of
the unextinguishable desire for
libertyy, of the will for indepen-
dence and ihe thirst for justice
which animated all the valo-
rous conmbattants, eletrified by.
the Dessalinian ideal.
That is why -the Constitttion
of 1957. has elevated this date
to the heights of a National Ho-
irlay, thus making it so that
all. the live foxes of the' people
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commemoration of tE.is day
which identifies the Army with
the Nation and the Nation with
the Army.
Therefore, more than August
1st which marked another im-
portant date ii the 'life of our
people, that of the Haitianiza.
tion in 1934 of our Military
Force; the date 'of November
18th must galvanize today as
yesterday the union of the peo
pie with the Armed Forces of
the country, for the perrennity
and the realization of the ideals
of Liberty, Indepen'dence and
Justice which forged 1804.
I am experiencing a deep
emotion this morning, in felici-
tating, you for the courage, dig
cipline and loyalty which you
have amply shown during the
long period of interior'struggles
where passions and ambitions
of. 'all s9rts have o4 t e n
threatened not only th.e struc-
ture of our Arnied' o'frcs,. bTut
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Dihe integrity of' there Haitian
(continued, on page 8) .

S Art Center
SPreparing.Full
Program For
Season
All the signs in New .York,
according to Center d'Art' Di-
rector Dewitt '; Peters wlio .re-
turned to Haiti from' spending
the punummer ini the U. S. last
weekend point to an excellent
Tourist Season for Haiti.. ,
Mr Peters who is planning
a- full winter of Exhibitiions at-
the Art' Center, said Haiti"I
getting tremendous publicity,
from an 'article ajjaarning'in"
this December's Readers' Di-


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Liautiud's piece of sculpture
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iFAn American professor coming to. Hatid to tepch meets so
mioy differences. Some are only-'superficial. The .very practical
ean-air classrooms make one compete with strident street .yen-
asaind'the good humor and polish of Haitian students contrast
itthe more intent and serious manners .of- American students.
ij.'other differences are' more .fundamental; .
I.nthe first six weeks ofschool we have ayergged about one
i-pf- vacation each week. Many of the teachers deplore these
awerptions, t.he studeqtsmerely grin. Combined with a late.
i .in the- fall frequent vacation days mean extending the
A&jI year late in the spring if a sufficient umber. of idlass'
uah re to be realized. In a class meeting twice a week, often a
a..'off means a week between class meetings. If the professor
Jws'a closely organized plan, the days missed make an efli-
Itcoverage of the subject 'more difficult
fthe' university level, the custom of depending- entirely on
&.al examinationn to pass or Jail a student makes a big diffe-
R.ie:n a.ppaoa ch Id the United States students are expected
'A&Q 'faithally daily assignments which include text reading,
adde reading, and written compositions.'These, activities, plus
erio ie quizzes, give the instructor a good idea of the ',student's
ijiictiou and progress i'rng before examination time. Grades
16.ldepend. only in part, on one examination; daily work counts
ora'gooi o4eal, The Haitian system, which is 'of'course common
,ismh of Europe, puts the student entirely on his own re'
irees to 'race one big hurdle.. It undoubtedly makes for'mora
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1ai also lead to a high proportion of failures.
"bNt'American professors hold *office hours,, periods"during
week when individual students may come'in for extra help,
[disusMions, for guidance. This custom sepmans to be not com-
there.- r
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dents. take almost verbatim notes on lectures. At boome I 'dis-
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"m e a combined lecture and open forum on problems that
Py'arise. Our emphasis is more on application than on assi-
. ,
th the strict selective system in vogue here, I find my stu-
!ts. well motivated' indeed and 'eager to learn. Their ability
*tEnglish is quite good. They read and write with some skill,
Usly better than they speak. We get long very well, and nmy
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Marjorie reunig.
-American Teacher
Of English
At The Lycee

Under the sjionsofslfip of the
American .Embassy.-'n Port-au'-
Prince Mis Marjorie Breunig,
an Enjigli .teacher on-.'leave
froh Malverne. ,High School
New York, has. arrived' in Haiti
to work with'thee. Department
of National. Educatibn in its
-nationwide, En g b ih language
program..,., -
SMiss -Bieunig who. arrived in
Haiti ..i. 'SepteIber, has 'begun
her' Englsh: langqage activities
at:4e- bycee, 'de Jeuzies-'FlUes,
* -.:.,- . .. ' -. .I' ,
where, in cooertion with tie
Assistant Director of Secohdary
Edicatio. ,Mr. Eqnest Barh t,

te of the School Maam'e be.
brosae,.';,10e is ti6aclnig English
rw 1e.:hilo".grpup, antd also to
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iienie2.aid aixipe classes, '
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ojine, tyizees IB .Port-au-Prinde,
Mis Breunig will observe En-
lTi language teaching: in Go-
Spa .' W44- Cap Haiitien,
au i;, "_h.'Soix ; "
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', Miss Breunig .ocived' h r .B.
A.4.anld .M A..from''he. New
York State :Teachers College iin
Alba-y New York, *bere. she
.pecialized: in Eglish, French,
and Spanisfi. Shestudied -at Mc.
GilT .Uiiveriiy in Montreal;, C-
nada, and,':iwas awarded a,-one
year scholarship to study French
ndl, French' literature at the
S'orbhonne i Paris,' ,
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veler, having visited Haiti on a
previous occasion. It -was that
visit which stimulated her .de-
sire. to return: ana do research
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Haitian literature. "
Appreciating Haitian paint-
ing is'one ofher favorite past
ti&nes. She is a frequent visitor
to the Centre dArt and Le
Foyer des Arts Pjastiquis.
Miss Breanig hopes to travel
extensively in, Haiti, meet the
people ,and ,thus .satisfy .her
great Ibve foi Haiti, and her
love of the French language. .


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:, T ,INCOME TAX LAW ARMY DAY REACHES GAitTY, OF Thre of them did the'
(ot. tinued from page. 11) EVE!i \eLbion ot he Cha u.haC
numbered by the/.iax Arlinistration is obliged to keep a NEW YEAR'S EVE! to the delight of the Gfi
-.:-summary account g system p, Flam-berts, Major Mi ,"
S".Article 28-.pOFESSIONAL SECRET-:-The public func- From the PFresiden's import .,cd. At an outside table the nd their guests. Te mu
"..' .natoies.en'einoyes,. s well as bailffs whc have to inter- ant.speech until the faied out usual unmonitoreS food disap the army band, the d&
fr"& .e:6r":aiplcation. ote, fiscal laws are held t. keep, Theatre .- Vercduhf, whict was peering act took place at the the matter, drinking, ea
'.,.tsie'oth'ero"es t4 functions, the most absolute rarely raced .b Francbii D.- hands of a group-of young worked up to the gaity
., sec, et ou.tW....sb~-"joftthe .. i. in efedt valier's presence, the Armed mn, mostly, who refused to Newy Year's Eve. "
!,:iwU 'h e.tohqJ"o ge'b.nsat following the carrying out Forces, celebration was full of cede their frnt row place an4n,
.la.. ....d".w.'ty tI. andecolor.eThe excitingodisplayt-mustrhavegstood-tere
,y .. ., , y q., .- -. ... . . L ".... .-.
...'... lawi. ... .rovi4ed for 'by Ar- interest, entertainment, gaiety after piling up their places At five o'clock the
.."Y. ,i[~'l dd. IPI; n P- ,.34 s of .,i.ons proved fori.'by Ar 'dfie oclk h~'
,:.,;3o.thePee... . ,, ,,and color. The exciting display -must have stood tere an:' 8hifed to the ",Coas, Q
i'cirCA --SPECI9;1-A. THOP SO TAXATION of tanks, plans dipping their eaten instead of, returning to headquarters on ihe
= e a +th+r tra g s 'e &V e n o o n e e l -s e o a .
cle2 (Z.-f.'iWtiit' .e:t osad6i To the' 'other means f wings *W W*t lked S table ecausno one else Road. On Deputy was
Pinti 6of tit fsntiins provided for by Le yards of.Oi ?b,. Mars coal4 b. though. How an' .there was going to be no
.giatin o th, O.. thq: General Tax Admiistration, Stwtue of AlMt*iid"r Petion' b1Wzd life wbuld keep a music and dancing but he .
.-;. odert' arrivee at thq..dtemining fibgu.e of taxable .income, who had his back turned on. -pr meek journalist from.go- discovered 'a solid mpss o'
may th ofetxabl
b iii'arder 19 :cn'th .mthoat f,6tmilar..indete rsntafftlechg f { Mc; ,,nwhn,/].
'eiay i)I oy e..n..l.. d.. ..^s, ,. ... pe . t.. gures swaying under a',i3
ici .sing..theiiet -asets,: .tha'f. incomeTxe (businessmen, presentation of tItie tnek r 'At twf 'clock Cb. AleH side arbre to the same 'j
2 "(2)sti.pre..o.. ,. and red one, moth G4w. aignan's aixfoeee crew '.had atiguable ariy band w.
I^. 'K..'.' IB DPERSONS '- F"% asn;p.g ookxbgJke was eventtiully, relieve
an ihd probing Accounting sys. hA14i4*, ;citcstasvhee. fl al'.deb itty. g e spacious the Palladium mabst~os.
t.?aad .thoe presencedoadispropotion between the eal i r eae6. obt.er t sf iaticm wias a weleom chactbge. ing was so deightif
pre~al a. iinbte peron that.c of the chdig of 6&4a inSbilnax dnigre swayin under a
S. of: the "opeati a, individuall enterprise this historic 'event, a soldier Michel Brady a director now this' natural:" terrace that.j
'. ldthe-.dclaraion-made,,benefits or 'profits, of similar fainting 3n the field in the broil i4 the Ministry of Coordina- 8:30 rain curfew surely i
.<'i.'' a .,pest citll b mount, according to the ing. sun, officer's children, tion and Information who had rupted an all night affair,
.k.i"f.the.svd capital, fthe',amount of business, of the, climbing proudly to'their fath- to go, home early to translate is the dlay that yours .trde
-i. mr.i0.wor employee, of mo.powr utilized, ers .on.te d official reviewing the President's speech into went completely Haitian d"
expi,-...-1 lane d -of of the buildings ocqupieVd stand, all, fuinishedpart of the Spanish. for radio Odmmerce i n g almost twelve ho
-+5'.. :' watthi.,. .' morning movement to satisfy (palac linguist he speaks Ger- straight naturally the'
Sthf.-e:rapp o..othemethod of normal, benefits, the fUlly the'"spectators' completely man end Englih fluently al- took up the slack for the.1
rAf e.,n~ nni~atw
'u'Admist i0my.alw.a bad by its. decision, hbmit surrotifding the field ,. so), led off the dancing, which daunted) s6 you see Army.liJ
toH;t the AsssCietonson provnid for in Article soon became a frenzied affair this year was truly an
eith.:to te stIb It A othe army barracks with a,grspu of yoiihg soldiers ric affair. .
rlJ iL 8coh 9idd .i Qeneat'Ta,. om-a2 transforrmed' into a festival literally kicking ip their hee,.t By LYNN GROSSBEi
..,:.j"'e L 1,a.q.c e ..c4 a At .C.E Long tables the---
k|T.<4 ikjner, hi 'P0cre0'. 'rtbLf4 .g B.G
Si t o, e ';.4txj .'h DISk:en 'f yad sl dCOViER THIE r F ASCINATION":X
| a 1 bp ."rttil:remts6holiday feastl 'The IS V A TTAT JN
2roo V.. ...+.:
rfs -c belev itipoof to F.. st.ber court room OF' .iA
estali that 12 was the. scene of hundreds of Th rough Its )P~tage Stujbp s
... 1000 N' ", Throukk,:1i ... + .:,',.:
&& L- :. fficials-nd other guests pre- F"
methoddedbyjth e General Plaam-. co. efm. at...i Hait..
;h-simila e:te.'gr.Mps o-bertis and 'Ptesidnt Duvaliers Stamps a4&ther dai's iV ,wili he
-. 'd (d .+id ', i "o~i :- 0,. b" "r e '-"L":"1 L
%7 | is e s^si ested, -deieupos fet. bais.k.off ess- seated around tables pf chic- furnshedtcar WO
i' .'men .rih '.. ken;, *feba1jn spice and everytlung P.O. BPrtri ort-
e3) METHOD AE" F O;r INGREASINQ THE.-NKET ASSETS.a .. .......
+ .... .same- 'r ..s ns ,uat ..... of:% .p a.hp "":-1t0
'ra. i. n TaxF' jk 'ay also reconbtut^ a! 1
"t1*heinciom benefits oi t 'the fa 'b d t, rminin the in-
S..ae tlhe Aoo bank eposits nonjustdsiecepshose' notably forming -a- paz
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exerc1Winqhestion. i*:Aqkt-f
Lrx; ofitMe^D.*Ft ases :ddmgfbexiGnjilthisamoun6. ^" WM-PRIN* I rrswwrv w.t^ru
When asth'is aused, the xevualao of the tax-payer to '? F tinS

,.sce. be 'Administration. in- measure to-ontrol his bank depositsD s ti s .
.. ..e*inso .idcton hr h r ;eut el-od iu -. .* '" .. . <"W '"""l D'-,'R K'K. M :".- ..'''"*'-' **'* '
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r: Ad withdrawals or t guei ^all otheI infhrmIntion or voucher n 1A ND 'i t

-.4)' ^ : .Mid.eTeHO OF EZTEQ.Rk SIGNS- If the method.. of t.ae l port. m el, oo ca tl d h ae at
.. G,.-taalRANDRU S 9 &
.th'netvate astmy l -s poser ,'. ... n. a ,. and at...ea



o.ie se. napplis. ble, the evaluation on the ta abl; .
m.veralmurb. ...;.;;. .... "' ""-ec ... ."ITRBT R F R H IT
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is'mtay be made"b the :Tax Administration according to th < N 3'r a I ,
Ae' ;sigZ4ns or imfiins where thereorult a *elt-do .sita- .
S A tb peariorTo tbehat conwn by -the dinome and benefits die- B 7'
v lrt.d:-" ,Co is- e, yic, po n io ro moa o a .. -mo -a
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AI Administration shal:lutilie ,4tblr the o enrneoits of the' kind"' "'
.life lqd. th Ps fh4.l eteinfereioes n of tomnhei mu
VAdjute individual in ]n.eavn it to the Assessment. Coi- ,
ME or.. the .Court, .d cide ipon-each type of.con te...-.. e A
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Annual retageo"f sewn-" Cctrespondig for"the-year The new STUDEBAKER. 1958 i model, combines the tefle of
d r.iuimnces 3 tmes the road 'of the sportA mbdel, top class style aed the adequa.tt
-(Private. automobile no t. 6 ..tunes. ,Power for your needs -at a moderate price, and at
,bl, fi fr Savings in gasoline' consum..tir
.. ..nube...... .---.$900. ."each .'"DISTRIBUTOR FOR HAITI
Piite ao-ob .le !odr AGENCIES PLACE OEFFRARD






fARAGE.RUE DES CESAS .AND ME DU .,.," "
.:T hn,. der .e.een. o a .p.eiai..onsinrques..t o n areboudt-th
2':' situati 'l onsof at, ocuto:mtindependentlyer nycusiorins, ofeTe
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Christmas
ShoPping
in Haiti

It is getting so that people are
Staking vacations as much to
S.shop as to play golf, lounge in
the sun or just relax. And, ind
vd Bnder when you consider the
: saving: to be had through Free
4 Port4Shopping. A couple who
"normally nigbt spend $500 on
thristmas gifts finds they can
buy the same 'gifts, in free-port
shops, at savings up to 60% of
>- a. prices. So, for the $250
of g o they save, they .joy a
v wonderfuL, action in HaitiL
IK Perhaps the most famous ftree-
port shop in the world is, LA
H" Belle. Cr le. located in the
'i heart of fascinating Port-au-
i P'lrince, Halti. Here one can
Find a veritable wonderland.
"full'of the world's most de-
:H, sired merchandise. Swiss wat-
c" hes, G-ashmeres, Haidmade
bigs, Gloves, Crystal, China,'
Silver, French. Perfumes, Ca-
; ,.neras, Liquours and a seem-
Si'ngly endless array of native
J: handicraft make La Belle
i -Creole more a shopping cen-
ter than a ordinary shop. Con-
T-::sider that one can buy the
: \world's most famous Swiss
Swatches Patek Philippe,
i' .Omega, Ulysse Nardin, Tissot,
Nivada, Jaeger Le Coultre,
.Borel, Juvenia, Audeparp Pi-
:-'. guet-at discounts of 50% of
; !the U.. S. advertised prices,.
,'.and. it is no wonder that. La
.. "elie Creole is famous. The
:: samie applies in China,. Crystal
; .and the rest everj 'tf o-brand:
':, Is represented. Before'dtt"W ing
-an expensive watch it might
.. be. well worth your tipe ..to-
ca. dron gcr. wp to 'ait., ...
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SAl Noustas,. President 'oE La
SBei.s Creole and MaiWti'- most
I.VdgBrouepromote:' tfo46urism,
is .rhapM another .reason for
p.'theiurge in popularity of
"fre*port shopping. His ad-
Sve-Fting, i. support. of- travel-
o ng has appeared in most
S'''eag.U. S. publications and
he Wntinues to pursue a po-
x-"icrpf cooperating with tra-
...-vegents in ..their vaiuA
p tions to increase tou-
bm1 .Among the most populrlr
inlnoatioht he lhas cteaecd is
.the practice of sending, a bet-
.;. le 1'f free champgie tW. tay
visitor to Haiti who happens
S.to li.: celebrating a wedding
auniV'rEary or to be on a
r oneOon.
This year La Belle Creole is
.ite8f celebrating a oth Aft-
i,'nweary and Al Noustas has
:doq$ted .his efforts to make,
':he World conscious of the-
a' V'*tages of traveling-to-
,; .hop, The stoe will hold a
two month long sale offering
A K..vem greater discounts on fa-
u..:1ouu brand merchandise.
....A.verday exclusive items will
'b e selected to be sold to visi-
0rs t prices that will. as-
S O.n. thaua. No doubt thou-
f . ourif t this year w"ll
i'cOr^h6me from vacations in
") ttj r, in a way, than
J. tre went away.


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ROYA4 CROWIT DARBY,
ROYAL co iNHAGENo, '
ROYAL WOacESTn,
ROYAL DOTULTON,
ROSENTIHALE, SIPODE,
AYNSLEE, .ctO] AL*T,
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-SUARkT, LEERKMAN.' __ -_---_ .R. ENG '. 'SPANIS'LIQUIE.U- .
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LllIl SUN LSJUAX, INUVEMiLEVSJI2 Z3rd.I


NOTES ON TWO K
*/ By Odette Menr
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: -.Erzulie -was led to the chair Mistress Erzulie was sur-
Siw.Vhich was covered in her co- rounded by the guests, congra-
l'ots and: her feet rested upon( tulated and complimented. Gra
:a:,SOftaet T,: h-'.Pere Savane, dously she strolled about on
returned to performm the wedd-' the arm of her husband and
,ng .-oe ly;.woy '-bh took place then turned to the reception
.;yiX ey sdlbm4 '" The- weddihg table,'to cut the wedding cake
rings, as7. 'tr ia^a;a el.tnt, ritge:, slices, of wbh y ere offered- to'
'0,1,et w& g.Wia.'blue: stone.. were' thie.'guests wifth glasses of chain
ssed through the smoke' ofl jagpe. Then the dances began,
I:.koffe' incense, blessed,. t "e-.;but' Erzlie did ,not remain
,:"ibpped onto the 'fingers of'le J&long. ?he left as quietly as shec
bridal couple. Sebastien was to arrived, and' the young woman,
b,.,,wear this, ring his own returned.,to,dhetself, looked with
@-;Qwedding band. lfigswer .ta.stornshmenfteat the bridal gowd'
...the, ritual questio: 'Do youi which she still wore. The drums
SZP take this m an .'.the j .i ..utiu 4 to .e.ound tlirough ..
,statement: ,,Yes 4"{ogbl4'ght for thie
Oa Dahome... 'IU fr.t bin da3 The civil 'At'd'
iotrac. was. written out by the Catholic wedding of Sebastiern
Iker Savane in his best handJ andhis mortal bride tobk iplacd
n.ti and was.'an accurate :t:oowm.dg. Saturday. New
.an.p'tion of the official mar wedding rings were used. ,
ige. ..doc.ment, except thai The tone of such mystic mar
%itra Erzulie Freida Dahome! ridges depends greatly upon
.J.eded to protect. her hus .the character of the lba ihvolv-
tnd, Mr Sebastien,. and td -ed. The ceremony which, .in the
fi.phim good fortune and case 'of Erzulie, would be os-
t, and he, in'. return tentatious would be marked by'
to fulfill all the obligations' a' solemn gravity and 4 fart
u&.i he had assumed t6Word more:.coqplex ritual procedure!
|:-:.7*Ten the .dewl Wed!s,;ttin -. the:-case of'O 0-Dan or Dan-|
ttsand .the ,wtness BaEl (Damballah), while one
ed'the confkact cremoniou whiicih ovoles Gutdd (Ghede)
; it was, placed' on .tie always has a humorous and'
tan.-ifrbnt df-'the'picidre- a' even-grotesque aspect The one
r .a-ie'was e F Ieda 'iahoifiey inU which is here described is-al
ih" fd".r... ,-. ,. -"marrige.. ceremony between!
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lesson Rigaud (Continued from last week) (Fin) '0
Legba to open the sacred gatea
Gu6d6 Mazaca and. a mambo. i advantages. The ceremony was The center post and the th
OCe day a young hounsi' scheduled for the following Rada drums were ritually sal-u
Ramise, made fun of the Papal Sunday, in the late afternoon.! ed with a libation of water-
who danced in the'head of one There was a big crowd in their which had first been .orient*
of her woman friends Fapa peristyle that day because all to the cardinal points, as w4iJ
Gu6d6 was displeased by this! the hounsis were present, as. as with the sacred address i
and, in order, to. punish her. well as many guests, including GUININ LANGAGE. The flag
mounted her and declared that many hioungans and mambos, were brought out of the altar'
at some later date she must The people wore their very? chamber, according to the usual$
marry him. .Since that timeI best clothes, silk dresses, satin) ceremonial procedure, being
this Gued, having 'adopted her handkerchiefs, rustling skirts conducted by the saber of ths
as his horse, often mounted her, in vivid. and shining colors'; Laplace, and' were leaned'
and Ramise, who became al Strips of multicolored cut-out against the center post. Large=
mambo, finally accepted this ..paper adorned the walls ancd bouquets of flowers hung .fron4;
with good 'grace. .Howeve4 :rosaet. under the ceiling, flut, the rafters and were-'jpinned t':
there .came a time wlieri he. re- teringvin the lightest breeze the white sheets which formedil
;fused.to' appear,.even;.,hen lid The Voudoun dances had be-j the NICHE in a corner of thet'
was invoked, and Ramise as gun' seveal 'hours earlier, sincf peristyle. Under these draperie
'cri bed- the 'varibus troublesl ue"Gdedsd' are at the very there stood a sort of altar co;"
which beset her to his determi, end in the hierarchical order vered with a white tablecloth),
'nation to hart. her. Therefbre/ of the loas and it was necessa- embroideries, laces, and. upon.
she went to the person in whosq' ry, therefore, first to salute all it, candles, a crucifix, a basir,
family line this, particular Gu6j of them. in turn, after asking, (continued on page 14)
d6 had been inherited and'
made her.invoke.him in ordev THANKSC11IVTN DTNNER
to -uestion him. In ..this waY
sh.e discovered' that Mazac, AMERICAN STYLE
had decided that the moment At Hotel Splendid,
had come for thq marnriagqi
which he had asked for. He From. 1:00 To 8:00 P. M.
refused to compromise on thia /
point and had an answer fo. $ 4:75
every objection. He demanded
that the marriage take placid AMERICAN FOOD
and Ramise- .finally' had t '
agree, since she feared the disJ SERVED AT ITS BEST
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We Iner 'l ho PRIE,..ar

We .incerely hop" that you wQ! have a nice time in Port-au-Prince .and we are looking forward to being
iof service to you in our;store and factory, where we can offer you an immense array of figurines,
Sbowls, .trays, carvings and sculptures.
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T'NEWINCOME TAX LAW
T ".: (Contnued from oul? November 9th. Edition)' .
iiae 21 (continued) -DEDUCTION. IN MATTERS OF
xViXUAL INCOME. In so far as the tax' on individual
concerned, there shall be no deductions for contriu
,'to chariLy, taxes and .duties, insurance loss by fire. They
rjlaced by a general 'deduction of 10%c of the adjusted indi-
ljia ncome as explained hereafter without this deduction
'eadig. 'the amount of. $200.00 (Two Hundred Dollars).
.f etablish the tax on individual income, the following pro-
rewill be used:
1j.List of 'the different income.'forming the adjusted indivi-
j4income. ,
i'lstter is composed as follows: .
[)Gross salaries including gifts and ,gross bonuses; gross ina
.on property or pensions;
,) Gross rentals less one-thir d (1/3) of the amount, the third
lich sha. l lbd held,' for the properties in question, of any
auction for depreciation, taxes, insurance, reparations, etc.
H) Interest; 'i .
.) Other income .(io be specified by tie tax-payer). -.
.Genera] deduction of 10 of the adjusted indlviduial'in-
-_come determined as-in No.. 1, without this deduction'being
i; able to exceed 200.90;
3) .Substractioq of personal exemptions' (a), (b) and (c) pro-,
1. vjd -for at the beginning of. he present article;
4) Shibstraction of the fraction 'of medical expenses exceeding
"..the '10,%' of the adjusted individual income provided for
(a.. nWo. 2, above, without ti fraction being able to exceed
I; $300.00 if the taxpayer is ainxgle or $600 if he is iiarried,
Sthe-,said medical expenses being mande hy-the -tax-payer
:for-himsel'f and-for'-the individuals covered'Iby his personal
eI' xemptions. All the vouchi-r., ntuat be annexed;. '
.)' Substraction of paid interest, supported by annexed you-
9" 1,
b". c tira. , ..", t ,
Article 22.i- Any tix-payer who, within the legal delay, shall
t have sent hiM decaratiqn of iudvi'dual"income tolthe nearest
ax Office, or 'wbo shall have.refused-'to .furnish information
l ary for the contm l ,of h-o ec laration..hall be subject to
,'or from $5.$0 ito $400.00. In case bf irecicKdivity he shall,
er, be subject to ,'an .impnsonmenr of froip one month to
yearr as judged-by'tbe.Crmi'Ql Court.
i.ny individual ;reqmred. to pay. the tax on his,'iniome or be-
*lot o 'shall not have submitted his declaration witd"zi the
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A.deliy may, without p.ej.dice to'qther '-l4gal eanctins, be
M: Z:.- n .. '.. I may quo ,.e
e byithe bailiff's document, at the request of the General
..a'i. lr ti'aotors. 'B ir^i dL: ay o .130y (thirty)
e saMi declaration. ..T.. ....
P.at delay the 'ba"i,.o94 t imposition and the.tax itself
all be deternin'edb 'the ,en'Ma] Tax Administration accord-
21 to the elem6ents'of which it dispose, and this andmiistrative
eion cannot be attached in justice.
e.. tn iiar made by .the General Tax Office shall benotified,
.fl the baiiffs documents to the tax-payer.
: ..CHAPTER VI. QUOTA PART OF TAX
Article-23.-The income tax shall be paid according to the
pwmgg scalek.
Fro$n $20c to $ 2,000.00 5% '
.:/:$2,0.0020 to' $6,000.00 10% Upon $4;000.00
'..$6,000.00 to $12,000.00 ,15% Upon $6,000.00 '
32;100.0;O0.20 to $20,000.00 20% $8,000.00 .
I'O .$20,000.00 "to $:40.000:00 25% Upon $40,000.'00,
9'4-,,000.00 to $100,000.00.- 30% Updn $60,000.00
.lve-$100,0o.OO to 40%, Upon the surplus
.CHAPTER VII GENERAL DISPOSITIONS
Artclei124.- The individual income tax rate such as that 6f
Idustiial,. commercial and professional benefits (fodrfeit, rental
-9ralance Sheet basis) is as-'stiiulated in Article 23 of the
lnLaw. ''
SArticle 25.-In case of declared cession, whether it takes
'0ace under an onerous title or whether gratuitously, the actual
o!derremains responsible jointly and severally with the ori-
...inal tax-payer for the payment'of any income tax not paid
3y the latter.
Ayticler 26.-Any fine piovided for by the present Law shall
e temporarly liquidated in.the name of the General Tax Ad-
iration; by thW Dirrector General or by the Tax Collector,
_r a .figure included between the minimum and the maximum
'shall be recovered by means of the emission and serving
a warr ant,' in conformity with the Law of June 6, 1924, on
e Adsminstrati6n General]"des Conitributions, of the Decree-
1.Aw of January 11, 1936, on warrants in matters of internal
,..and of-the Decree-Law of August 31, 1942, assuring a
' Pl11.p recoveringg of receipts. (continued on page 11)
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.In:. case of contesta.tin, 'tax-payer must co mmunicate he_ ditionsmm .tts., --.
receipt, or paid :bil to, the .Codrt? establishing" the payment -of I do dnot"doubithat'th,,'..
Sthe Fine, and shall have. only the tight'to demand of the said ed Forces of' Haiti, ".wihe..
Court to render.a decision on the question of whether there sagacit,, -ofitheir" .Ceuni4:
is'a justification of the fine or- not. .The'-cae iiust be heard in ment and the disciple -wvl&i-
priority beforethe Court. "t'' '. is"maf"ested"'t"all e". cali. .
Article 27.-A6COUNTING SYSTEM OF TAX-PAYERS-'continue to remn iIfaithful.'..fi&''':
Professions must keep &'day-book initialed, letter and num- the great military tradition' ..-;
bered free of charge before, use by 'the General Tax Offide.. It 'which have be-.piojec-tedp 1 ito -.
must be kept from day to day and carry details,of hei. p.ro- our.history,..by the.suiblmine:'he, ;
fessional receipts and expenses. This Day-Book andall vouchers ro(t' of Breda'b .Chaier:" '
submitted for communication must be coniseryed 'during five ariv ertires. .: :'.:-:
years. \ '" In" this,. way,6 the 4Arme. i&
The General Tax'Office. may demand communication, of the Forces shall aayvdyb..'e'.the
books and all vouchers of expenses. '.:: pride of the Haitian PeQple.an..;"
In4General, any person subject t. Income Taxe, businessman their rampart. in the edi-":ti
or not, other than these who mst .keep booklis stamped and of the New Hiti whichh is s-n.
S: *' "(Continued onpage 8)- ing. up under .J usticH,... &'.
(Co-u : --and'-Patribtism..' -'.

SORDER 'OF cement' and- progress -.of the ,. (S) Frai6is.. 4)uvalier '" ,
THE DAY, Corpsas in that of the impro- ? resident .ofth'e. RepuliC f
Continued from page .. ia- .. :of:
(g,Cof-mteial and moral con- :, 'November 18,.l9$5 .K
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i5LALIU as, well. .1 UU nave, 'u-
der the valorous impulsion 6f'
Major-General Flambert Chief
of Staff of the '.Armed Fbrces
pf Haiti, been able to put an
obstacle -in the path. of'the
dangers which. -abveared, mid
upder all circumstance, to 8s-
sure the ftriumjh. of Legalit;
o7.er the enterprises of disordr-
and of anarchy. Your ,efforts.
and rr,sacrifice :hav d brought
back security and 'i e necessa-
rj peace to the Haitian So6ial
Corps .b fac the heavy tasks
which are" imposed upon he"
couitry-and for therealizhtion
whi'h wel have invited and still
invite the entire collectivityr..
By- the grace. of this peace
retrieved, while the .goivern- .
mental program -of reorganize-
.tion and reconsfructi6fi of the
country i" being pursued, you
must consecrate, yourselvps, to-
strengthen. the basis of your
noble institution by increaing
even further / your' efficiency
'and technical ability. ""
..The evolution of the modern
prin..pal of interdependence
Qf peoples and the development
of the new Paxn ,merican ,con-
cept, strengthened international '
relations in the .cadre, of res-
pect of the :ihdependence of
Peoples, have' facilitated the.
conclusion of a 'recent' agree-
ment witH thie United States un
der the terms of which, we are
benefitting' from the aid of an
American Military Mission
which-.w aid the Armed For-
ces of Hiti-to perfect' their A
organicistructure and' to accent
tuate the preparation of their
cadre "'
SOfficers,- Sub-Officerg and
Soldiers: *
After the great trials which
with the rest of. he'counlry, our
Military Qrganization have had
during these last two years, it
is comforting to see that ypou'
great spirit of sacrifice and the
high morale. of each of you
has permitted 'you to come
through with renewed prestige
anl with popular gratitude.
That is why it has the right to
governmental solicitude which
shall not ease to be exercised
as much in the sense of advan-


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q'HI ]4AUTLlG ,S was formed' oice again, and eseaped'from their hold, but 4iAg and,with a ir.ouin=
oil """agin In pu ,d the .,.t0cf.ae.Th. otee
VQUDQUN LO.... ~lM "A / V 0 proceeded to the hounf or, there they caught/hi? again, gnd put ed the dancers in, an..
C-.- continue from. page 0), ,. to deposit the contract. The ablac', frock-coat.. over his crabiner. The dancigiic,
tr.. d a ase.:i dignified character s- his l.rse, f.ag beers turned and danced while satin skirt. He grabbed' ed for many hours
e."eUgi"s pictures' de- bit this Adid not 'prevent him 'under, the direction'of .the La- :-
Kvj ^fBkground, while from dancing the most suggest place, whose, sword was held GLOSSARY ,
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ill -therd tive bandas from time to time, high.There were tv sets of
'foii .,"wd- i Uth this, activity at all'-f- flags, one pair more. profbhely Page, A-2, NP. 1, PERE SAVANNE: A person who,-rea
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f I4:4~~f a ^AyANP, ai hight over-, his. .. 'short, chubby black velvet, grounds. Each.mo P 2 H A d r
'3"1. 'ge"f'i of the i&'Aha'i others wee obliged verent of the flag bearers', .i A-3 No. 3 HOUMFOR: -Temple vodoun;
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I~,ffp ocea"e'I & esit,;wm4fe remhons- aaLe.
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"it '-d glasses' spokee. his 'eyeswere h!ialf s- reflections of the spangles, over 'A-7, HORSE Metaphor for possession, p
in.4'te hi thq bd,:d his 6ddathf" ,tonveyed the peristyle. '. o mounted a a a a rder;"
Sso a strangely, .heriheti,'e .e* ss ,"*'The drums rolled and beat mounted by a loa as a rder;
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checked ntin '.uer .n4 d. This time A-7,- No. 6 MLAM0: Woman priestess; ', '
4R ld-,W the ..opd louder' -hex .s Otpes
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-, -' -. t *- Foyer des. Arts Plastiques display
'Man With the Pipe. is the Upper left is .Suberbs. and low'
r, ;panitzng liked beo 1y t pe by- oyr Director Daniel Lafoni
pe., .His.. exprEssion. transmits o
th' attitude of a man whf proprly proportioned with t
^i lki^ an 'interpr nofe head too big and the bust r
,, ait an .after h day's. consistent with the head 7
work, one The sensitive i- artists loses, the maxim um
gumin blue against a Yellow fect by not developing the S
backgroundd h armonizes into a cond figure.
S e. U -"balanced piece. r a n b "
;i'.K ...E .; *". ,...'"* Fear i red and, bl"
-shows peaS speas more tan any of I
a~ttnging^ their faerchui- other paintings. More- than,
thir O'btants,
i .--.dizei1nW r-.rke.. lace.The the .others it develops the m
I>s}e.. is meant to deit what ject o its possibilities. Prop
'.ctuaU goes on ther, o i are respected, the-ba
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another .a.lo cattUfig,,? ano. the. ied through with fanta
teagg-pyduce, a .P an with ere is room for criticism
-arr~anginfrlg ea mnw
A "W:bundle on, his hi&d. The, di- -the:flt surface on- the I
fee the painting hichy leaves a gap. Howe
s.,,t. tudked that it was 'Aninterpretation of. this g
tited'as:i t'," a w -_iteh d-libgrates- the artist fr
R.i -a "i" The. 4certa convention ailwsA
Q0olors arem hotc all visible raised as one of fis- 'best
S,,clgaiims he. baster piece,: comipare14' tbh
wanted .hr o s others a p recuars --df' t
e.'cop",s-Mounting level 6f-i -oi
C A .ne ce.1 .- S erbse ia a strent_". bete
h.de, tage. splendiddid coloring. It p
,|;(gbn. s Asal-ah tte- same .atmospher of a- ieJ.,
ysh girl Iac&s;' cd&r, .is nmm Idis- well constructed. However "
IctAh*. lighting, is. nrta co- perspective so great tly'it
l. rct ast -'does 'nt- enter fto proportion betray s the. sr
a po Te figures ..are ot .ack of technique. i.i
-en oe[ Ajc .t i osiilt es. ro


HAM SUSSuNDAYx, NuvEmBmR- zs


reta,' stands in the court yard of the
bit .some paintings chosen at rando.
er'left .Confidence, criticIsed in artlce
ant. .' A, . .
,(Photo: Lynn Grossberg)

he, lacksm suppleness, 'is a Hlttle
Sot' rigid. The- preoccupation with
he 'line tends -to make the painting
af- hard and dry.-Thd. drawing of
se- the human 'figures is neglected.
Conversely, the, flow, color hnd
feeling of the painting are ma-
hi gnificent, awaiting only the mas
Stery of medium. "
of
ot '. ,' " '
ub eFetichen shbws a couple
or. making a- voodooist .invocation,
ck. calling Baron -Samedi. The -wo
ing man has a candle in her hand;
sy.. the man a piece of wood. .This
of work in green, blue and yellow
eft shows again> the1 negldct of the
rer ,figure on the second level, with
e-.,a too .,greatly emphasized diF-
f ferentiation between the priina
ry and secondary- figure.
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AT FIRESTON
FIRESTONE, on the Riue
Pavee, once again has set the
pace for Christmas with a
dressed-up emporium, attract-
ing 'the early bargain seeker.
Manager Victor Lampson in-
forms tMlt this year Firestone
has.on hand thq most .exten-
sive\selection of toys. ever.
Among the early shopping
bargains'is an excellent buy in
ChHitmas cards. There is a li-.
-mited number of the new slim-
type card at $1.50 for 25 cards,
inci.tling envel oes.
The range of CLristmas gift
include many practical resents
such 'as miniature. billiard ta-
bles and bicycles. i :' .
A complete line of enies-
selerie, the: abaailez '&sed
fo drdss up.sfore or home office
'for Christmds. '


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9 AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS -
LAST SUNDAY
The largest number of automobile accidents to. be re'
in one 'day in tbe Capital this year occurred last Sunda.
her 16th. '
All the passengers in the Volkswagon bus No. 7018- |
jured when the vehicle collided with Chrysler, No. 14153"T'N
by Joseph Fontaine, as thee bus rolled down Rue Mo |L
Guilloux at 11:00 A. M. reaching the corner of Ruelle,'Ca
the collision took place. --i.
Earlier the same morning, at 6:15 A. M. Pierre Senat, j
down Rue St. Honor, near thi Palace of Justice, struck26-
old Theralie Coquillon, knocking her to the pavementi'.j
suffered slight contusions on the right leg. :?
Shortly afterward, an unidentified person driving a car;-;:`
Liceense Plates No. 6909, collided with a station wagon driS]
Nestor Lamour, in front of the Iron Market. .I
At 2:00 in the afternoon on Rue des Casernee a public i
portation Chevrolet jumped the curb onto tlhe porch' of-a lh
at No. 44, home of Mrs. Albert Derenonmeourt, knocking :
several pillars supporting the structure. Eugenie DnpyI'Q
Clotilde Caliate (an expectant mother) were struck don4n
ceilving grave injuries. "
Tblis station-wagon .had just been hit by Vehicle No. 12i
driven by Gerard Germain,. and under the shock was nQ
onto the porch. of the house.
A second accident on Rue -des Casernes at8:3l P. M. ocWEi
when Dr. Gerard Gros' blue Ford was struck violently by a i'
Service camrnionnette, No. 15631 crossing the street at the ci
of Rue ide l nterrement. The doctor's .ar was knocked aii
fac by the shock and went rolling down Rue de l'Enterre.e
The camionnette climbed onto. the porch of tbie former edii
Housing thi Prefecture of Port-au-Prince. "
GEORGES WIENER, Jr. PLUNGES ON PETION VILLE RN'
-Georges Wiener Jr., received a violent shock in the chest
7:30 P. M., Sunday, ani 'Andr6 Monelle, an 18-year-old mi
a broken arm, when his Chevrolet plunged into'the ravimu
veral feet below, landing in a garden, ten feet from the Bonn
Reservoir. '
Monelle was rushed -to the Geneial Hospital for emerge
treatment.
*,Twvo public service camionettes went into collision at.,i
P. M., at Ruelle Alerte. The drivers were Fernand Joniberti
Ricbt Prosper. Damages were slight. '
-Early Sunday afternoon,. Dr. Jacques Coicon at" the l
his DKW No. 5979, .oollidd with Captain Joseph eanm
Volkawagon, at the corner of Rue Lamarre, on thiFlacd
Heros de lnd6pendance. "::
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elyn D'Adesky, daughter
tanid Mrs. Raymond D'A-
nd Bob Laughlin have
ibu-ied their engagement.
lb yunar co.upl e are
'B i in the water sport-
jorld. Bob is son of Dr.
in''I Elmer Laughlin of
"WYork and Hlaiti. He is now
ive in. rice culture in the, 4f
ite Valley.

&aball Gibion travelled
. ten thousand odd totiles
ory 0. spearfishing.
et' ..Melbourne, Australia
iop chain owner spent
ik .ere at the-" Hotel
riera and did his underwater


66ng with,. the teaii at
..'Mr'Gibson has- fished
li:mtoU'-thousand mile long
lBam'er reef in Aussie.
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Th Marcel Gentils entert-

^ d-o.,.Sdr Josgiqpott
atidifriter and bridge Wed-
:idy evening. ,

San~r Mrs Toni "DeBreed'
fli) entertp.,ned a group',of
.._sat cocktails at their Di
residence last night..


000
, Elton Prather who is with
,the U.<.'S'. Iminigratiuu. Servic
called here this pasF week ion
a trip, throughh latin America.
The'. tall man 'is stationed i-
Havana. '. I
S.O00 .... '
T'he new ,iee,Ccne;at*.Ahr
American, EpnM y. i. James C
YCdlWohlkoaizees: e Haiti irom
a, three; yra tour ,of.'itty i
Wishingtionfi.Di.g. Mr. m N -lson
a -ativ oaf itockfqrd, Illinois i

-with hiie wifeawaiting the am-.
val of' furniture beforee. moving
.'ntb residence. Mrs. Nelson, was
lived over' much f the U. 5" as
a member of an Army family.
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Mr. Forest Emerson. Abbuhi
is ,10 recently arrivedd new Se-
cond Secretary of the United
States Embassy. Mir. Abbuhl was
posted to Haiti after three years
in Badad. He is jl COMp4hied
by Mrs. Abbuhld aind thei three
children: .Jhn (10), Stephen
f(6) anrd Na-ncy' (2). Mr. Ab-
buhl's 'name is of Swiss-ge.man
origin. '


ii' "Bishop, of the Naval 'Harold MacDonald is back
.on-.whose passion for the from.;, i .euiting his homeland.
PS only exceeded by that Tamaica. Thd-Paname Line Of-
.. cars, leaves Haiti -Mange's first vacation
9 -4 orts c leaves ,Raiti .. .
" wee. with a Mercedes- t*r in six- :yea-a made C
-.' e -' mi d.
leif$is wife and lovely dpuah motor tbur of th iad.
ie fete 'falf was given i0 ..
rer'Simbie, Thursday' Morisseau Leroy, the poet-
;playwright-actor "'-'s working
0-'- on his first Creole Musical,
ij^'ti?. ---O ---
' keeping in exclusivit6 ifi his
Ne i There-e Bissainthe of Morne Hbrciile studio,.'
.Ra. Totrs- ..e a ,PAA jet 000
,Pana this past week. The Mrs. Anne Keniedy.and Shee
1ing travel agent is.'bn a ten lagh Buimns returned to.Caraczas
I'alio. ,tr g e Thursdrat afternoon after a pre-
000 oo christmas sb6oppming trip.to Port.
...., Noted amongst their .precious
NOvember 12:40 m. .. 20tJ. possessions, was a large bag of
'v Very special- date in the' Dion Djon.-- almost a ,year's
aire Gentil family. At pre- supply. Maggie' Hill gave a cgck
ily 41ti ine ha six pound tail party for Mrs. Kennedy
e ounces boy came.into Wednesday 'evenipg. They stop-
ewoifi' at the Memorial Hos- ped here 'With Bi'hop Alfred
in. New York making Voegeli.
1id Gentil a father and the 00oo'o.
tel Gentil grandparents. A Arlene Von Zimmerman, exe
>le'from New York told of tutive producer of 'World Ac-
iii8 health of Mothier Ma- quaintanee Films of Coral Ca-
.,er.es and Claude It. bles, FJoridea was in town for
00, oo two days talking 'over the po-si-
',: 'ibilitt of ahakihg a tourist film
SZeaander in town thi. for the country. The travelogue
'ek was Mary Watts of specialist had talks within Mr.
B den Auckland. The Rhidall Assad.
_m udowa.ujddri stop- oo000
6' days here at the Villa The Dannv Malbranche's new
'" son is -Philips.


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,-lLane Wilson: and Milo
Blanchard of Universal Sales
flew to Kingston this week to
confer .ivith the, boss, Mr
rranck Wilson.

Jacquline Montas, who has
worked at the Frenchr Embassy
in Port-au-Prince fbr the past
years has gone to Paris1by Paa.
-0-
Florence Davidson is down
from New Zotk visiting L.uis-
iriswdld in Cap Haitien.


Port-au-Prince lpst the pretty
Spanish lass with the. curib
-mile Friday when she emplan
ed with her,'fther Amrbassador
Td'rge Spotorno. for Spain. Car
men will-be missed.

Igor. Velasquez f tie Peru-
's.n Ehibassy left on a-tip to
.Iaviina via Miami Thursday.

Mr and Mrs Carlo Jaeger
are flying to, Sani Jose'Costa
Rica today,. to deliver the
children of' Mr and Mrs Fita.
braun whomoved to the Cen-
tral American Country recently.
Fito. Junior and Carl were look-.
ing forward to the air trip, '

John and Bradl ., Clark
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were down from. New Yo-k
this past week looking. over
their Hasco and Dauphin-'en-
'--o-
t .rprises. .
Ti Vi .Greger left Friday on
a.three-ee-wek trip to Miami
and -Newl Ydr 'The' "Choucon
he will 'niss his powerful smile.

Tassy Zoupin the 'old
lion- veteran .Racing star is
finally off to take up residence
in New& tdrk~ '-City. H' f-ew
North Friday.
---o
Director of the Natiionl
'Ban anid Mrs M. Te emicjue
left ti week t attend,. -'hie
Cepal iiet iin Rio.
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J.. D. Gunnings of the -P1.-
natiot Dauvhin and his'. wife
flew to vacation' in the State
this week. ./

Joe Ades re ied from Ifhe
qttes Friday. '

Simone Roazier clippereqd' to
NTew York .Friday.

Fritz Michaud' is in New'
York.

J.TnsFpln ChantAlin of the Na-
Honal' BRnk flew south to' Rio
qn a snBecial nmlssion Thursday.


LaviniW WllNii'hi s c'6re'
again in the Oct. issue of
aSPOTLIGHT-.. She va jh..i
Tnamaica at that tr1me teaching
for the Tramaican Welfare Dent.
The article mentions tha five
yeors th. sent with the Ka-
therine Dunham dance group.


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j, Prie N ew York -TV setm wrer John uoiandnnaqun-t"r
Fagan with Haitian friezids Marie4osie.oet! .and Jdi]uesa i& .X,
"* *.-. ooo. "i '*, '' ",.. L i, ....... 'an ,i^John"'Pjft"gn
Mr. and- Mrs. R6bert L;. Mo-, etertained. ..for" ..-.the --.,'-
^ i ..; ^ :*.---' "'o:,'.r! '" .. '^ *i.j:, '"l'-^ ~ ^% *l
.. .,2 '. .' ,'
nihah, eld friends ofHaiti fron 'rienids i
>oodiian City, New. Jersey leave inf1ral i'6arcue, z'.T.s- yt
this dek after spe.ding. their iitt dt"etfoam ii
sixth vacation here at'Hotel El naxi"' ." ."
Ranco. .-,:/, Mr oNola-whas'-ras idV
The 'ealtor -and' Mra Moni. eitensively '.an- 'E"i*oai
ban 'said that they will spread. ....'ew Yok '"ik "M;et
ihe word that Haitian hospita- i' i iast de.suces "' o:iaqeso,".
lity and good.timhnes re:still the s Pre h,n-ibjc::aii' a' -
traditibn, and that" cahl and Ble ie. .'fr ,iiI' .'.''
b k m g , : .. . ,": d=l
z. .erly.idedi-Vacation-spot-'isr -eceve
.kon' .-- '. ': iiiiments for et:;. ucceA
'ul workin5the campgfi
'Seniatdr Th6miid Desulm6 who N el k s on he "e"P r . '
Melsor "Rche fe art?," " ri"
was hospitalizedd at Canape o e.r cen $
-. : ~elebd"-G6V ,no-ibf.-Ne~w :
Vert' Hospital shortli after hiselTd GoenorfNewY o
; ; *. i ''i. TT. a dd ad' a fAithful. rri~iehd-o~ii
iec'ent .retiiurn from. the U. anda' fiflridn. is 7d 6fI%&it
'back .'on his feet, .aid w6rkling .. ''
Shis'indst.rial e'Lerprise.. h BoRbuon a
:-Sae f Rhm Wi ouit'7,
inbed .this'week. I
The lovely da'ughter.'of Eva- :i. : :
lyn Eisen .wbllktown Visitor, to ..G g.'e n n (Monta
_: i ., AV'Ll k. L .Georg K6en n (Montana-
ort jfor many yearp..is seeing bbucbnne) .returned'.-Tuesday ,-
Haition her' "ne.moonrL ,o ro st Pmo tp
and bne~nooa mr42 a, 0touris ?riotiopsitrip'i
and Mrs Donald 'Jafle New tbo o Mio-ik (ASTA), mi
York City..are spending two and Jamaica. ..." '& .
days of their Carib -l noon bco ',^ ,. ".,: .',
here. Friday evening Madame Rosa Gruen, whose husband, '
._ . : -. _.l(Rtosa..Gruen, wn- do n .';.
Genevieve. Pare t.and Mr and ti..lled ...t :spot o k.--i',:1
.___ -._ ', .. : "tkR lea,- lnto.; z spot.o. 4 zte'k .,, i-,
Mrs Lionel DAdeskey welcom- ; b r. h ...r : ...',,i.r.mT'- .
_, d *.;.- ,, tr "tyin, piot.her~dse .e. ,i.^mpnhs, u,.
ed the couple with, a buffetr- b a-,lf. -.
dansant. ,i r s. '- ;..
....~ ~ ~u.9., .ay ,. ,... .. .r...,.
Billy (Tecon) Ray Steed of& *-. ... ,.-.,
Teas and Michele My-daugh&- ,
ter of Mrahd Mrs-'Allert ;Rov P i eti i
r engaged. t "' :
.. bawk inthen. -tn amiln 2
-: 4ta :'..withi, rAWhe l 60
*....... . ".. Thursday..mghtinegateren.to
Vicky Joe Bishop'the vyoun.. g -- .-':'.- ...ev... m. "-. ,.,
estS and most capable"f of ......-,,. .-.....: r
lovers to disFcusplans:jdr..o' n
meringue danMers left nD. "'pls po'j'
C. nig-amusicieri eC=e.
C. on the SS Ancon. mit soeri rkYj
tQ raise sibfefon aJifif
0.A .
piano at the Infitte Fraeise,
\. *. ..^ , ,;*. .. ... -.,..' .v,. *' j ..... ..
_, ,, .' : M 'Pii ar gave a, piaqid,.,T ,l^-
Twenty travel agents in- the- ; Prchard gavea pia{j.J
P. y .. ... .. .-. . .. :c1tal ,here. lh st.month aadit;i'
Chicago area will receive .Ex-, t hielh'a
pert Vacation Cou2elorp c- c,-
rofonding. 4Up a .-eecertbyh.e. j
tificates-from Delta Airlines' n.g -lpa. n.e%. pn
as pa: 11Ay'.6d mfore"
'this coming week Thiese. agent, "Hri $le forevsls no
fries under the4auspices of'th't"
who were p on the Royal Carb- '-' ... ,i r..
.. ....i I ... S., Governim ent.. '.y : s
bean Fiesta sponsored by.Del- ..- .. ... .,. .. -.
ta will- hang the shingles in,-- ..U ,...
their, office and be known" .as. . . r*..-l.l. .
... .. . ,.- ,- .-* ", .; - LDai w ll f .thef ' se e,,
experts on Cuba. Hiti and rth h wil h th e':wytiiT
Shome' tyle 'th anfcg]vine
Dominicaft Republic They-.car-. ome sy h
rv the sim atures of director .... ....... ..
of Tourism of the respectci veia, W.illipmk_ '
....ne^. *and;" E. ;Wolman ,W1 .. : ,: ;,
PrPeait 'of Dlta. Mr Pterlin ,,'. '
Lavill1.had the.certificates tis. s .'",'.
ir-ekr sncr had Tourist Board Slcinby of i s
director ReinAall'Assad idn his k ip townShe, ....t'.
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