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Haiti sun ( October 29, 1950 )

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Material Information

Title:
Haiti sun
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication:
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date:
October 29, 1950
Publication Date:

Subjects

Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Haiti -- Port-au-Prince

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Sept. 1950.
General Note:
"The Haitian English language newspaper."

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00451

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I J .-SUNDAY, JANUARY 17th. 1959 -.No. 17 PORT-AU-PRI NCE' "

L.AIER SAYS HE WILL LET DECREE

ERS EXPIRE ONSCHEDULE JAN. 30
'dent Francois Duvalier. full pardons last week to ten ed hope or .early' United States
.d Tuesday in .an--inter-, men convicted of poiticar. of- approval, of $ ,43.800,000 in.
Wth Peti&YKihss of the fenses. He said: -all political .projects' before' the6 evelop-.
iork.c Times-'that eie would prisoners had been free as a meit Loan'"'Fund-. ', .
b'dictatorial. powers.-by sign of good faith and national '
?h.-4'has ':uled b. dQcree -' unity.\ Clement:. Jumele, out- PROPOSED, ..
'mrnth'" to-, expire on iawed former' Piesident tcandi- .DEVELOPMENTS"'
Jie:; Jan.. .. .The country dae .c .i safely return 'from .;".. c .'. . ..... : .'
&iurn .to democratic' rule hiding, hie 'said:. .A..- 'Howeer,. L"'...R. Le"v..""
L.. ,. ,. ,- Di' Duvalier, a 'physician in. .Rermianent Secretary ot0'th6
.te.interyle., the. 48-year private life, also saidtOpposi' Grand Technicdal '. Council ':6f
sident' -said& gtate, of .tioriC leader' "weriree':'to')r e- National. Resources and Eco-
Stechca ,sumefnnt.i nespapers.'d-" nomic Develbpment,.the count'
o ess renvened could again hold6.indoor: meet try's chief.-".panning .agency,
S- -hi sa.1 d'e id nld. Hahian-- said J-ater that oly '$21,800,
State of siege,' which -law 'barred .;. openair po.cal a 00 had been :f6rnally/ alied L
..ia6s1by 1 nilitdry' 6s except 6dihing electoral for :He adid. -"'tht ifjitided $6;
!' d.ivilian ..tribunals, i'-. campaigns. : / : 00,000 o' 'Artib6ite Vally''
.. .... -..,.,. C , ."~~ d f:' + .v ]
ger needed, but wa. put. ".,The.'Presider't fr.el. -discus iriga tion ahd 'dranage,.$12,
0p0ng 1 t s May' gaf- ed .Haiti'i : financial." .mess. 300,00 -for; southern" Toads and'
I0CVery pf .a-.boiib plot, iThis 'as ttribufed to a.'heri- $3,0060Or for.,asugar mill.: .' '
iden. asserted. Thesde- 'take 'of'".ld debt,, strained''e- :r :-'. ..
'dbe. "h "` ..."=6V- "". .
powers- granted hi'm,' bj .ltions witl" the United: States, President Dvhae.rhad lsb"
..f'ter. an ; eight-map which-he .said' had improvedd referTedt'"anrAtibonite power
M." last'July. 29: are no 'completely, and. a onrie-.crop eco' project, .and airport: wharf, 'Ie-,.
l.n.edede, 'because .the. nomy .harht t by io .:'xcbffpe lephone. and water : programs
Ais peaceful, he added, prices ...!n- 1 two.' yeas "6t rorl Port-au-Prince,/,.. .
A!C "' PRISONERS, droug it. "'Ieprajsed'.the .United Separately, .. Ma;rC...Charles,
t . :I-,., -'-
S:',FREED. -. 'States for havingg: ,started- a $ -Minister of Agndilte, called
Seteryew wch 'awt- 2,000,000 .grant program"-itb.:re .the' Artionite .program ec m
~~eh aney'e. t 'pnie gram econ6n,
h'bur .and 'a-half, Presi- habilitate a northern area .near ib'ally.l.cr' cLa, :.harle ex-,
suvalie. .amplfip d the .iCap-Haitian.l. , .presd. concern :tbat rHaiitiap
" by which'. he granted *President f.-Duvalier 'epress- ,.' (. Continued. on page '2-'..
s.^ .. "" + "__ \ ____ ______ __ *' *\ + .'. " '' "'. " '""


WHERE.'IS. FRANCIC.LE
-g?"' Murdered?..A" Suicide? Amnesia V"ictim? ?;Ki Onapped?
S- MISING -".Cas'.. '.. ., "" CosinoManage.r .
",... s. 'Gentle Soul-'Mising


Police, areiinvestigatin g the .i
..mysterious" isappearance as.t
iL k e o Mr. Fanek iegendire
,~ ~ .who -alked-: a*ay -from."i
~~ Come, accor6irg t'-his 'fakniJyb
.in ,hfis .s behir d.t ; 'k-avn t:
S""spe~ctcles behid, and failed to
Ytretirn. -
Th... ..we.ll-.knownf:.or.m._ er""Di-
," rector.of the.Voteri el'li tat
]iaitie "'who .i naged the 'Cs-
sino. up until 1the recent change
nownersbij3, %b said to he very
nearsighted, a.nd. rarely ,forgot
.'. his spectacles..
When he failed to return to
his home'on Friday, January ]
9th, his family became alarmed h
and 'notified.'-the.Police.LHe is .t
d 'Miid to be in his middle sixties. a
'The, next day an automobile
'discovered 'in a ravine...on thre
Boutilliers hill wasa identified e
-as Mr. Legendre's car.-No one jf,
,,-was found near the car, 'and no r
signs found on the spot could r
-help to solve the mystery. .h
'A brother, G&rard Legencdre ('
.,MISSING-FRA.NCK,. LEGENDRE (Cotinued 'on page 2'L2


Y 'J'
'Norinema '*S
ONA'drss;i" 'fro it'i.This bro.i wn adgo d LlN,".
is an Oliga Silvera gown,.one ofmany disti.n"i&'ctiei
sented at various traveI' shows "and' n.telepiton..progranr
r Miss"Fran Wheeler 'of belta:Al ni "'. "N "- . .
Aniaeaon' was a/Haifian InIan Pdricess mafrd'fro3 eI
., ^ .A aa i~f...a* itli lnim. s" ate" r
an beaut.y-'. .I* ..: -. t' .. -." .
Amenican Women In Ljyt yiitHi
-. 1 . .^ .,-. *' + ..^^ '**r^, '**'^v^ ^
".'Fashionp Says -D elta4Exe t
Ame.ican women .are mu ioeve .B has"ibm ei0*.owg
:~ : "-. .. ":".7: : -, ,,,isj
with Haitian fashi6nsia4&obrdzn Aineb{nsflqdieiie
IoDelta;Air-Lines.., I"* "a *c ]l
N-MisA Ftan Wheele?,' the sire "ir; .aijaurtnhn
. ; .**-'" .. ..', *' ;." *:.. .. . -,,% -'Sf i :l '^..***;''*:*
mle a .coordinator.. of., womhen'a, .reaponise 'vrwe
pervices," bEa bee 'touring Delta~ 1eudmsigistic$ -;sh1&re
'**it i { .W t ", ,:' o* j- .'... .., '*.. .., '"' "*" ,y- :c+,:,~. r '.'.. ":T 'PW.
iie-. with' a w" rd:o.e: o' rig ;o. '...,,.
is] Haitiai 'creadioni'which shie :..^ -.,:.Gtinbuircie


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(';odin NAme( 4Dozziuc4NAorp
M a.. .. ,.ger. -... 1.
*-At Royal.Bankf Ti s 0PAin.li,
r. .:J:1 Godin has:.been,., g; lo..tyf,..,
OCC
ren the, toyal-Bank of CaaOO, 'bre.. .h] T jiceTI
placess Mr. W. D e f nTtin. r
ently, transferred. to :Trinidad'
Mr..G6din -who held. hep0-':
ition of 'Aas;sant Irt"anager'b.o I"
dn posted xin'K-.^i rnqre Fj;.didn
ian'0 years,r and iis: hIigl tes- tate
eeied -in local. sodial andlbnu-" .t'ay,'.MjaiLd'.i"0
sine circleA ,. ,:' -".: : .,, . ., .
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NAKER/ 'WHO W^tlN^I)11
Stable Boj WhoR-BecamQ'Ki
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Haiti Here On iisto 1iig
S ".', .By "GERTIE"HERA3X; :
N''
;., .* ,; ... ,*** .. : .ri-: .' -:
German-bornm PeteN- Schl.- ./.,: ,"d
,ach and hip. attrcte,\ Wie'v.
Elizabeth spent three daysi':
here this .past webk on ,'what-.
hey termed an historic pilgnm
ige. .. -. .
At their lptel. suite in the
anm Souci, Mr Schlubach stat-
d 'that his. great-great, grand-
ather, a saddle-maker, 'was
raking saddles for t h.o ii-
lials of .San Domi'ngue,' work,
ng in the same stables. as...
Thristophe, the. stable-boy... ,.: ... .. ..
S(Contirnued oiv page 15) Peter,,Schhuach-


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P.# R e*&1f' iitlheS ba n Grand Casinto dest Antlles
i, ,on A'pril 17,
I' ^^p~s limM ar^ asked if which Ia F stFrteda onuary 17,
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~~ '*ti~tht.Fat~ck~ on t6cember..271h, M~r' Leen-

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I he so 'a.n .t i g. -stwi ..ent .covering 'is nie
.., .'"... of 'manfagemnent I e al-' i
"''- ... .. Enoaitbi' o Ta g ntwas to hand' over, to e.the.' 1
-V4"" i' been acco"i ting books, documentss"
RAG eA hd other-papers. I -had' hot re- d
ei r W-09-E k e .,qu ited' ,-is statpn. eirt be-fore, A
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j^^ fties ^^& B~ ~ !* whicb *h e i4 ,.4.h a .L 'L'A' '-T :'RE -'M? ; E O 43
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^'4rV Ty ortj feet below. -.o. w"as tno .. .. . '.1- 1
ywa' -a 4we -Was,,r-,oL' -.mb -

.- g...- '- ..ont .of ,,i -ntt sai- ..
t 1vsegnesaidsThat her- Onlyttro tHe ndre 'inedto seda-:-a
ecuA.a nd had aways .to ttenpoees tr 'tpe l to-oyasil IW l to $
A 1;iwith, Mr ShliimbepneT.:.1h.y '. !ikh,_ -
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i LIM 'wo-. .f=tilL h1ae&,W. .. .. .
-"'.. - -- . .. "
" t O u l .4i e .-h -- ,- j, O
S~' -. 'ed:. ,h -'d RINGS B.OOKS. TO -,.
fy..~e fiedk" she-diiN COX',.


the !e m '.1.tibed- -that whd'i 0 A.
A1q"T '_-'.i"b""e'' Mineneaid that it: was
,Ute44:4 2 nO eshb'biisbnif~rithiaXr4&non that whien-lea~ringi .
--. .,..... .".......... . ..


rew JanFuary9th,
iume.&: .over, all Frid' y ;'n rygm
: eCasi [oto me. oun 11:oo 0 -M.. Le oldhis
irfo*.. ever, ..ollea s.: to. 3., LegA 4re tpo -
,,-,o .. e: oac.h.to ,c 6et6 def- rta- ..
WI de that hehe.woa~erass? his-

50 Z1-lacvi~tl Oingado e di ce; ini his besece, becausee
m1b bet, hi 7Legandr& gvited him ehch ay.
C.otected in'e Heik1 t1t Lejendre `sab
W4' '" "PC -..Na,." -
A-mi.- e th d astest a-'..tis hdi.ip-. .-
*-~r4%Ahope L! d,'ld. ave M tear~
-'di. t e. ... ..rUS '
__ p itriant at Ruelifr o arr- cl



5".aw Can8 ,'.med
~ ZN EIIZW rri irig't their -Salinibei xoeI
.1st'airp ceatmy n .on' d h .o. i
en Nuth



i-.- ~l '&ita'd' .wtl MrS Cears 'sado. .t fi~t ,ebod".W I" i Iervb: 's; S limbene
F-1- n ,u.~a. .. ~ ,: E -I E sOii.. :A
.N ,'. ..-.. ,, . . ,. -
.;;'........ .. ... .. . . .... 9e X' -.%-r- !.. .
%t46u1 wu'~~j baie i~cn ask if Wtxfiad broght t-.%e'.bdoks
."i'cldcnlss andn- other apaes- .
3"PI !-'" "" "d" 'n:" sw'" ei'"' n.the .Af- .'




.. 0 tillpa Cwapril IS 1958f in. Xl~i~ei 0w ,e $ r.Shlie WOne' t
s-.o fare- diton





~sbLe~4Hi*Iisiiir asl;r1imen vUibtlj-Dedel 4pai4~e l~e 6fod tfit-he huen$er Y
dis'ap pa ra .ne ofea hi laY<-do erteiem s and ntpot *

rea l -... x!,, ......85.1
WTIW. i 'A'nrac-.~i't t.anw roi h co6&ig.a ntstv
R..-..-a day a.te "r -obtain" ng fhe
neth -- .-,



qe 'f-.-l". for h until- D o nb a 'l d thd" '-the....fiJit "
da;u'..- -re, r- -.B' 1kner
,t-N REth.' -Aa.nWta n aonSlnd F ad- ,- o

.e xo.d..Mc! fr. wheat purpose..act oy..'hede-cidedo sendu a T

tA'41i" w m .ay..- heant w emprnloyees, 'lett"er 1, specal deinary on-l -
-t t ~~~ r'd- -io MuLegndr-&e to.t-a eendre,6d' tjolly, fle Chio Accun-




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4,'L e ud .p qy-, t at..-- e-F .a- f
L' ~ ~ ht h rnd:Tre hito ca tllto ee hr'gad-im S e 4 tie-Csidtino -Ahe eroun




nt w'e because h "t hu "'rae-Sa hinben.u 'to -been madei a nd
;'.d.w'pi wrp Manag th ao ve r to" the newd management.'a
~7 ." r'

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-A.tr.-.had..... 4w...emplyees..'let.er"sc.k,.-del.ery--.am .L ,





a
t- o-' ny~c t euli.F m c.n t oM rikLr


Unpaid Checks Signed By
casino Cusfomers Missing

Meanwhile, Mr. S a l imbene
while awaiting for the letter to
reacb; Mr. Bo.rjolly noticed that.
Sir, Legeflre lie H'Ib:fdor6twe td
hand irn the lot of unpaid checks
'igned .by clients bi the -Grahd
astno .,Aes Antiilte8, one of
Wc r4preseited k value of
$3,235. Ii. as a t iat i moment
that 'Mr. Salimtbene decided- to
type a note to Mr.. Legendre and
have, it .taken to him 'livy 'Gerard
Restai.no and Lelio Mumroe to
Iis home in Boirdon. Th- cor-_
dial-toned note ,reqqu-ted 'that.
Mr.. ;Legehdp, turn. ovdr- the
checks belonging to the Casino
les Antille to Mr. 'esain.
Mr. ta tno... a1,w.p agild by
ir. Mu ,m todk ijI a note to.
4egehdretsiom6 :the s4Ifl e it
,oja aejffp*. A;O .Ind 5:.. Q.
ko*Ab..twep{i'. :-" '- .O.G

*4v~fn stie4-2by- e ttpotfp
(bity their viit. to :'e .Bopr;-
164 Ikftnie of .Whe Ignr8 M;
6estairio2 and '.hi s .,com .aon.
opnn4iborrftte^ *.tx'h. :.surteirenit:
najie Ay 'j~ra4Lgendrt'aritg'
in earlier intei-view'estabJish1irg
he fatt tht ltbetweetf 419(. and
iQ-P.- Kit.egen..e Was : nt at
IE bomne.;": :- ; . "-
Wbenfi sked': what b'i reaction
..a v'henb'' legafed- that Le-
;ebdru; hadr fabed lo show ir
whn.h& Adsni.umont'd him: wal.
1bITe urgence,.i 'r;Salimbene'
Ieclrged.. that:. lir.-. b.dd had no
*es~tion) fiji h'e! was 'fdr.',ffom.
inkig b& goad : frigd .Le-
neiadnedinaui hde beer teipor.
ed mrisiiig "fw hours ater:...
Ie.sai e w i= n he Waited and.Le-
jeridr6 did not! comle' 'had
said: cWell!.:.. I'u see him to.
morrow. Theni.,. he added: I
iqve.'n t &een him agaih! Ever
lice "irday at noon exacldv;
.'9' : '. -.- .. ,
: RECORDS MISSING
-.'= "1 ,- .'' .- [ '- *- ','.. .. '. "
Saiiuen e and :Restainio -both
ec'ated .after c ,nsulting a- do-
ument, that for the moith' of
)ec er there haA been no
ntfjes imade and tf ftirther;'
accountant. Bourjolly c a ll'e d-
ipon". t o ..ta-ghten'"bn the st-
_,-";P .. j -. ".'"
nation had declared: 'I .d'ont
understand aec thing'. m eyen,
ound- tiat :othei- imrportaint.a
43eks vrre iikssing, nptably the
Cash bdokL. Particular mention.
va'sn'miafe by the Casher, Mr.
) o i .filque- BoAicicant, W-.'6
handfles the Gane Room at Eb.
casino that he ihad.- on January
't. (2 days. before the ormer
Manager 'dsiiappeare'd),- handed
n at least" $3,000. in greenback
bo Legehd"re.
SInde ,these', circumstances,
Mr.. Saijinbene 'declared that
since that date it.hap-ben. lite-
ally impossible to diAw'np a
statemeit'of the usineio counts,
and, 'estiblisW'( a Balance Sheet.

SMJTSIMBENE SAYS -
DISAPPEARANCE
iNCOMPREHENSIBLE'
Bpfere the interview.was ter-
nifiated, Mr.- Salimbene *was


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as ked hiA opinl'4mi
pearat&nce of' &hi.
He appeared wori'l
referred to the .tl
which existed betwe
'This disappear'
prehelnsiffie', Sa,
showing deep emoti.
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form arn ophiioh o'n
riiius 'ffair? b he sai
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(tbiithu, .ij'ttfij

opbodtibnisi 'Jai06alN.
'lboacCi
delaying the loan in ai
'tb joust Prsstt rIi||
Ct-.i p i ..- &. ff: ,, ,4 ft] 'i


- reached aiti recn

Oloii-mng h'y ;he Alf
15 pt t h d4d'r;a


pa z-w'7tb 'P
w ,t -. <-yin ." ;'-p^T l
M mWg:.^'

s'\ tlie amiy had
.auld.. to I.ring n. i
6fa1Y5 A2_A VCeil.
ra n*t,
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gow'rscmtiatainiy iroth&
-escon is' Jan. mo..gafi




wae aso enal eId'uict^l~
.. 'a -u. 6 aec,.r e -.
g.ip-ptiso .ri eht fo..'..
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false new or-nl rumors 111
e T s ant&." 'Mid

e -y th. at, h w-i shed.-
e oomics," to -reorgai
npartmieonl Howelfre -.
were.alo pnal--edicts,;^
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iis'gteah-.-A amn 6 ecrteAd
jn impwisoment forspl
a]se. news. or, .rum.ors 1
breach .Pulic, .p ';-^
ship (was lifted .Doc.n'-p

4 TheL -Pideshi M4,
edi that hiie" ished'= his
neut, wo0d, join himji
. ( ', ." ".- ". ," "."'
:national, ef-.; '"*
T:- '! am.' itt a stVrng-mi



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Erican Women
r Love
sian Fashions
continuedd from page 1)
..only bas the personal ap-
en terrific, she says, .but
Rtual advertising value can
imputed in the thousands
$lars.
Detroit, Michigan, for ex-
.,.- television viewers at 1 I
watched an 18-minute Hai-
Wslion show, which, in paid
';.would have cost $875.00.
ita, Georgia's NBC televi-
wtatiori devoted 30.minute&
I" most popular. morning
.t MIB W pl.p.opu rl' r
n,, Miss,. hb.elper.anid"her


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an f.ibhionps. '.Total, value:
In:.St. Louis, Missouri.- a PVroducers ol. .loday in, Georgia,. Ruth *Kent and 'Tayior Lumpkx of'
.TV show, worth $950, ran rV station WSB in Atlanta, discusss the Haitian-fashion show wfich .
O.,minuteb;. and in/Char- they pi-esented for 30Ominutes under tflie direction'of Delta Air Lines'
"N. C.. :-a 30-minute mid- Fr Wheeler. ... ,
Mgg show,: valuted-at 1'$750 s '- p 'a -4 no _tO thereee o'
d'Haitian'fa'ios. she pl no obehere on .Haiti And ,Guinea
d Haitian os. january 23ind. with illus- To Sign Cutua
icinnati-set up a.TV- Shopw ani e- !oSgn Cultural
1' theme, ieWhat are'W.o- .ated brol( b Jimit-iChe- Agreement '
e in th Care rie, which she has prepared, des-
earing in Caribe ri these recent activities. 'DisBuions are .nderway bet-
bhe Haitian fashions mpdn -. s h, ween .the Republic of Haiti. and
g hit thaithe ~ of i Local -in terest should be high, ~ '* o
a hit that the. wife of the or o: ma~e-y., par-the -mew African .Republic -of:
asked Miss Wheele for- aproximately:4-shops par-.
.., asked Miss 'Wheealer to 1 **i- Guinea, fo~r a. cultural-arid tfth.
*e i .ticipated in contributing-tohe afor a ulturaland th-
ie .a similar presentation ..- .nical assistance exchange. It is
b r o 20 wo- $1,700 worth of merchandise in-
ebruary for some 2 wo- n" e collection whic reported that Haiti will ,under -
--*> clu~ded, -id collection- which.' r
;. -.,>'* Ti" ~e ha's b howgthis agreement, send doctors,
~M's Wheeler has been'showinig- ,-.., -- *_.
is Wheeler always .mode- M era s e engineers .and 'teachers to Gui-
5. .. .. 1Many American stores are -in-
'he.shows, and local Delta nea. An exchange of students
';*-*-, 1 1terested- in stocking -the-Haitian *
in each city serve as lovely terested in stocking theHait will also be made by the two
,;: f *Jashions. they. have seen, and
9 -' T i .countries. .
? ,. .. Miss Wheeler says she lopes the' connries
ie of the first presentations Mss ele sy e o The Ambassadors of the two
S'r' notion will he *just a'start
Haitian fashions before,a' ., tin a i.s.. countries, in Washington, '
ew ti faio before ,a ;ggerand better things for i
ti.svel group- was during i g efof Haiti. e are Pm S C y rki t y
Bork Travel Show in Chi- v'iewi nAg to f .. e te.-o.. *.
.Invitatins announcing the: reee Ieweer .
Jnvistins nnoucin thF~r aft. Delta's flight KTriday
e, promotion were sent 'to t.l l, hbt coau n tries .... the sn..me a ...
l3rd. and will.hbt a small-par-
a-thousand persons and Hotel Riviera. or.ig..
Oited.,by. excellent newspa- eI-- ) Jean Foeauld .e Medica
nd radio.coverage. f g Se]ool 0? Sin St.,
.... cs.. _. . H al ita zi f a sh o n d e d g n eo S A ; ,
6 .in Chicago the Kemper m h ic
,;,, ,,, ... 4-. inannfauetmewho plvvi / Puerto RMI..
rance Women's Club, with P."
,.','e l e material -for the Hritian, /
ii240 women in attendance te menial for the Haitian TO HaIb hnom oe.
|nted a travel-fashion, shqw ".t and hhicft display. that en Foandd Proe
iged by ,Fran .Wheeler ..b.ut sor 'dIoogical Chomis .
l7cihb members ax mwdbels.& Colonel Farean the dcal School as been a -
Dr;a. January promotion in Given Post lee- b i,. .I to'pis.-teipa*
nta, pn exclusive depart are d'Affare a A ting- program
~~~~~c hare d'Affaires.a Vn .,ogm
t$etore Regensteifis 4 In. Panama tI' d'Ic-a,Scbool ifSanJ1
g Haitian fasHions, witl l .. ., p"
i^Wbeeler on hand as spe e post of tharg64 dAffalrea In -i PolaPrfpsne,)
travel consultant. .'t '-te Haitian .Embassy has Nmcauid attended d'Eole
lie demands have- been' s en given to ex-Lieutenant (cr Freress of Jerenie "a'
. an.a.the-sbowings sb.Tyich lonely' Anar. Fareaf.u. ee '. .'^"' here ht
Plat Miss Wbheeler is find- Colonel- .Fareau who was a ceived his B. S. .cbacalaureat.,
at difficult to break away member of the former Military A student at La Facult6 de M&-
enough to make a return Goveriment Council in '1957, decline et de Pharmacies. he was,
tlo Haiti to report oml-the upon leaving this post had gone graduated in 1950 as a pharma-
ss. ,of this joint Haiti-Delta to Buenos Aires as Military At- cist. A Professor, since Novem-
tioxi. But, according to tach6 at the Haitian Embassy ber 1950i'of Biological Chemis--
anaer Sterling Laville, there. try at the Medical School, Mr.


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Junior Tennis Champions of Haiti pose'-wth players .from Ceutral%4#p
rica at the airport in Port-;au-Prince onw their return from Miami a
January' 5th. Left to right: Anny Stacker,, .Frantz Lndeekek No. 1' *CZ
Rican player, No. 2 CostaRicaiin player: (in 'transit) remresenf.i s
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.I--thes Lfeof .Selda e ':,k at.hiqtory With the same side of a School1house.
the ternis-playyingfip-& ifependence of mind and the The..citic-htori an-. wnt to
3n^, an;holoigis.et'd. ofoe who'i-poeta well Yucatan .'to live with .the art
"pnk ; 7 1., 5 ,. Y h " " w....c :"t". "
.tb; .art a.re what atli.mi ai.s critic; In. the final drama of of.th-Mayas. The'photograpTei
ofal.ln this?,cdMU& '".mismilian and Juarez, it is Ook..pietreg,' generously repro-
isatlone of. e.4 ie Emperor he sees qas emerg- duce.d here. Tte t.pott- e T r-
6Uly- if*ers'.4 ih re. character and "ired'into the'reasons for the
aoesh'" it.witih1'M:eihanity the Iian. In Mexicans' dislike of Americans
.th.-!.1810, rs-., In-sumt.he.
,. ait-.for,, t4 etif'b t 18180 uprising .tshat launch- anrid' vice. versa. In sum ,they
....... -p.si, .th ,.
"'i"#im 4.ie,$ iSed' --Mexico's war for ..indepen- were Mr -Rodman, who, .it may
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'tn41iri.' "ti b.. idence.'old Miguel Sidalgo, for occur .to you,' is such a traveler
..::he x tie c :!' 5ll-his.unpriestly.'charactenstikcs, as Richard, Ford wasg:-a hun-
,,4,:'ere; ^.^ *win* tfe Rodmbn praise as onk' deed-Id years ago -when he
4^ii'tC rt huttheiusquii'g' who 'served his people and his, made the journey that resulted,
as'he Gdd. 'He despises Santa Anna is uGatherings -in- Spain.*'
t"t "h '.ut i. scoundre butalios there Which is to say, a salute.
?a: cdundrebtAslory fo
..... .e...was every reasour for him to : -
M c rimhictthe:-be ^at the Alamo. in 1836. (On (F' '-rom -Herald Tribunea,
Spid .'la b grn; 'r Rodman' next tip to MIex 29, 1'958): .
q if ,;ts uy oapam- oA-h'e might do well to enter MEXICAN JOURNAL: The.
ff a~rcitect.~i:pdeti by-way of Guatemala.) Conquerors .Conquered. y
ts ..d'n. :t .... ....o d. s" w Slden- Rodman: Photogra-
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,B^stZ -ties adhd..eorpo- ca y .. ., t ''phB.. Dreviri-Adair. -298 pages.
.....6.eltm ally -when, in the. ..
gS~fl 'saK od an affanispdni- :, .-* .- t.-. .... .--. 6
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MK1V 3"'L"" '- -id Mme.-Calderon d e. la .Bar- Sixto' Flies :.T0 T I. S.
at4ap'itlh j.,:tt a's;uLife in Mexico," it brings' TO Bestow ."
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eCaB l nRnscq l ht ytaI... r .Decorations For
-X& k bucf:tdh.i0 .- 1' good "Haitian,-
>.d.'!w- ie.Ari--.--,en, Government
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8 "~*th 4 e 1te4'-' ureaucrats, The distinction of a decdra-
%atIwi:etve iayr tof: o in the aNational .Order of
3a WiE'^%CTw,-a sqiionic Toussaint Iouverfureu will, 'be
OWNe tt4 t is conferred upon -fdur American
Ci' lek 4 'fiished" persronalities, &. utstan d ins g
A t.. ,.1 le'^.shiSc 'of .friends of Haiti, by Mr Mau-
r. g.. ...na .earl. 0' ozco rice .Sixto wiho flies to Clicago
T O.. n on--. -special -ion foI
.i' ruin" on the today on-; special mission fo
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Laboratories, anid Dr DaO'r
S. Cliqsrow, Honorary Consul
of Haiti in Chicago. The Chi-
cagoans :,iMU'.be "presented wifi
f'hle- -decoratibns in a s1eciad
ceremony at City Hall.
S-Mr Sixto, travelling as 'Good
Will-Amnbaksador and Special
E mnissari:-f- thea President of
.Haiti, is Honorary Citjzen of-
the City'.of' -Chicago, and is
expected to spend .a 'month
there as 'guests of Dr Chesrow
-and. Mr. Magers. .
Dr ,Cherow already holds a
decoration- of the National Or-
der of Honor and Merite of
Haiti, and is well-known here
It was through his efforts that
Mr Sixto's sigli was restored
several years ago when he was
threatened with total blindness.
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Has Escaped. Close
Brush With Death'
* Jean-L6on DesLine, the cele.
brated Haitian dancer,, had a
very narrow escape from death
,n January 3rd., r/hen his Ranch
*.Vagoi overtuiied, on,the High
way, some 'fiftyy .miles south-
.ast of Chicago. He and the six
members of his troupe recently
earned from a tour of,.'Europe
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Sliana when the car s
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HAITI SUN
ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER -
munty Weekiy Published Sunday Morning
RO-PUBtISHER BERNARD DIEDERICh
RESPONSIBLE -PAUL E. NAJA :.


nt A-TEST FOR HAITI
tFrancois Duivalier's delariations to the New York
hiat e would let his degree powers.expire Japuary O30
to the ways of democracy can be of enormous signi-
tb Haiti. They follow and-amplify the clemency which
.Duvdlier announced, the prvious week, which he
iiuded freeing of all political prisoners and meant that
t.biutlawe d leader as Clement Jtimelle could return in

5f course,, vital that thi President's expressions of gopd
ad good' intentiohi becarried out all the way down the
aitian Governmememt and other Duvalierist quarters. The
iit-tended the hand'of friendship.-to all quarters of the
after a period of bitter dissension and trouble.-The coun-
.ds'stability and democracy if 'it is to. attract econonlic
needs in the midst of th6 Current low ec6nomnic.. situation.
side ofthe oppositiou,; it is understandable that there
e. suspicion -as to thfe fulfilmen't of the Presideht's- pro
ft the opposition press may reopen, and indoor..political'
.jmay resume. It may tak'e courage for ,former prisoners
i'to open politicfrac'&lyity. Such activityy wold of course,
ite. the certain, test of Haitiaun democracy. '
iWid oly en ca thn e rsonablhenes's of s ch a. teAt if
'0opppbsition newspapers opened their career by printing
C-objeciiive news. This country needs facts. So does any
i`cy anywhere. Its people can-make up their own minds
have facts, and they will make up their .minds more
-6ely with facts tan with the traditional rumors. Let
tments be-confined,; to-plainly labelldl' edito'iails, 'rather
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sorting news colufins. This. is the .effort of 'United States
hers that have achieved world fame'in ,the cause of,de-
j for example, the New. York' Times; Woudd :that journa-
H6iti could attempt a similar service to the: people of
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I. TEAK GROWING IN CITY
Share two teak-wood' trees, one. at'each. of the, corners
|west side, the bay side of the. gr6tumds ofthe Hotel
.' h .,b.a . --".", ._." I-" I .
lnal. They are ii heavy seed right now. Teak trees are
|of Siam and Malaya where they are:.accustomed to
Sdry seasons, 6, minoths of each yer. :6-There are. parts
.i equally well suited for -Teak, ' .
rdad leads in the Western Hemisphere in reforesta-
0th Teak and has considerable, areas almost ready to
pkey in the bankl. In the -Far-East, .Java reforested
ds, f acres several decades, past, and .radtise cutting
oning-the plantings, if memory serves,:i every 8 or ,10
e ',foregoing comes froin the o'Toical Research De-
nt of-.the Haiti Sun. . -

IfYNOLDS TO BACK PINEAPPLES
I-nft Francois '-Duvalier met with Mr. Walter Rice,'
At. of the Reynolds Metals Company and Mr. .Jack
manager of the Reynolds Haitian' Mining Company, on
er 18th. The decision. of-Reynolds .to'undertake trials
pile plantings on its Bauxite soils was accepted by
ident as an evidence of a gradual -build-up of im-
Conomic conditions. It was emphasized' by all con-
'dat employment would not increase rapidly, but over
four years there would be material increase in em-

Hawaiian-islands-which are on the same latitude as
fan annual revenue from pineapples in 1957 of $116
.Reynolds has retained technologists of the Chatelet
s, a Haitian corporation to, provide the technical
o. the plantings. ,
laiti Sun understands that pineapples yield fine gross
.per acre, but that material investment per acre is
Sto bring the crop to maturity. -
utry is fortunate to have the Reynolds Metals Com-
tack the trials and investments necessary to make
Sa big economic factor in Haiti.
LTLIZATION OF FRUITS OF HAITI
try, Haiti, has very considerable resources of-avo-
goq, corrosol and other tropical fruits that are
i.-ed upon, according to religious missionaries who
Litthe farthest points of the Republic. They say that
i~even mangos and avocados rot on. the soil and the
even chop down the trees for fire-wood.
to have a story on the utilization of these products
;our coming issues. -'


COMMISSION FORMED" TO.
PISTRIW STJ509J IW R
OF ILE. 9A I VAE,.
SA ptty island off the south The 'land at e i ale Vachie is
coin,' ifear Aux Cayes, is back highly p.ried -due to, its unusual
i 'thiF news. proddtii"ty -in the growing- of
Nhmed after the cattle that foodstuffs. '"An ap poximate:
oifce'roamed wild and were used 2,000 .to 3,000 hectares is said
to provision ships of the bucca- to institute the-surface of the
neers, the lie a Vache past head- island. '
lines include aCelebrated .
Henry Morgan outfits: shbip --for According. to a spokesuiian, im
plinddr of Panama .here, cSi-' ihe Tax office, this'. land pre-
mon Bolivar with Mer. and Pro. Vjously, belonged, to Louis De-
visions sails by ftrm Ailx' ayes joie, and was used to grow'limes
on a conquest of Spanisfi Ame- for processing in his essential
rica. Mi. Louis" Dejoie6 esta- oil'industry.. The' growers, be-
blishes Lime Farmin. said, -.were obliged to-'sell .all
- Today t h e 'Goifrnment is their produce t" one buyer, at d
makingg preparation to distri- fixed price and. were. coise&
bute.o500 hectii-g0bf land among quently -deprived dfM'th.li.-eihe
the'peasanta. fits ,of competitive'binyersi-..'.,:.-.
The historic .Ie a Vache (Is- The remainder bf.f the: land
laud of-Cows), off the coasf of' soine bie hunhdrea-dacreswas.
the city of'Cayes,'is inder study taken oter.by..Gai""ot.and.JBoi-
by a 7-iibmber 'Cimmission ap- card -wiho ,are in-"the..saentiaJ
pointed by- the'--Governbment.. oil business. -- .;.. '.-
Th'is Commissioni is composed The 'Co. is sibn is'"e'pted-
4f Messieurs Sim6n Desvariehx to allot ,a minimum of fiyerhec-
,Edbuard Beroiiet; Raoil-Blaise tares '.. .ea.' peasaht.-: .-Th'eii
Vctave HyppoBlte, Lys Denizard, continued ow.ershlip. will.bep
Franck Ligond6 of thk Military dntinent, on' their .pro6er' cul]'
Departhienti Cbmmand in- the tivatidn of the-land in line, witi
South of 'Haiti, 'and the-' le a 'th;e proprieties. of the soil as. i-
4Mhie Justice of the 'Peace. cmmended bky the'Didartment
-. The members' at the compile- di Agriddltire. '.
tion of their :'atudy .will desi- .: 0 .0 ... -
nat~ihe peasants *wh serve. -. :
to benefit from.the distribution L-AtThe-Oloffson
of. lands,' and determiie" the .Chicagoans John %Roi inson,
quantity., to *e' attributed to and :his brideA o hree-weeks.. ;
each. . catibhed here at the Oloffsof8it
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tORPORATION. Neither 'large nbr snia11 or ratherlargeid s
Qfleifng'all the advantagess of large cais, .6 to.7-pabss6g6s,
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PRISONES DIE THOUSAND DEATHS
.. SANTA CLARA, CUBA.- ',te .knew wheitzcky wuui.. nLt,OR SUGGESTED de-
'Tkeh day ......... mo rating how each was used
The dy started,-.as'"Nestor se-e deah..other'again, if ever. monstrang how each was use
:e .;.,.bdda?(eoqii and-the guard,. As .the .'truck, bristling witi-. F'or the eyes, a leather mask
;4XI. ...a ,. - th r . .. "..
H. .aul Sba&dir left with me froi .-guards, .. pulled away, Nestor with eye holes, and a one-pron-
.' 'Santa Clara airport. We- ;had hinteded to/one of the soldiers, ged, needle sharp fork for pul
Spaced Earl Wells of WTVT ind i z. ;:The sergeant killed his bro- ling them out. For the ears,
/" 'Joe, Cumming of Newsweek.:ohn .ther, said Nestor. ateel tipped flexible rods for in-
i.":-.,a.plane where.they, expected'to' sectLion,, to be- followed by a
.:-'. over th. Arrivalo :Fide Cas-r. BUT SUCH WAS the rigid nigh-voltage charge of electri-
;.,'I' .'_ i.. discipline of the troops that the city. For the tongue (and also
4kPL.
Sl' 'We diove ba`k to(4h4>ai"My oldiesr made no sound nor mo- ior the genitals) a pair of hea-
:: .camp, headquairtedrs .of.the td tion of belligerence as he saw vy pliers. For the fingers, tight-
l ;".'.' :- .his brother's murderer leave. iltting gloves with a pressure
;'.%io1.sie, we went ao.the milj':: We followed the truck as it aand to .bend them double, back-
`0 "taryprison,ywhire',6 pnsonsrs -wound 'through narrow streets wards. And the fingernails, an
S.wereawaitngtrl. .esto and 6-the city jail.With seconds iron -Iblock .with holes to pre-
t R';aiu' .waled- ihhide.wi. me..,met word spread, and'.' 'crowd vent the fingers from moving as
...iwhere;we,,:.exsamined, each.cll of hundreds came running to .weezers removed the nails. For
HA-"" ."oomenL..:.:. the- truck. the hest, a giant infra red bulb
.....HAVE NEVER SEER .iU But they stopped short at.the to be pressed, on" the flesh a
co6drni6 l.e dejection 'is was writ- qui-et bhut emphatic orders of dull-pointed rapier to be hea-
ttini,v.::the faces o#these-men. the, guards. In a flash, the air ted red. hot, and pushed to the
he wh1a:. y!o-oine.mai"wspe- wai charged with', tension. Only. bone. For the feet, 'a heavy
`rd..'hope]essly. to Hdu- tro ghan insane prisoner would try to brick-shaped iron to be heated
Ttheb, arz,. a .. '.::: break, but an armed civilian red hot and forced upon. the
.i'3.The menwarecimved uinto mi ght fire on a torturer without sole. There are but a few of
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'li id each been rSa~l d d Again the guards became u- There is always a comedian
.." q l"iqeeycod thessaying goes.
j$ l"y ,what.orrspontls t preinely -alert. Easy-going Nes- 'in every crowd, the saying goes.
"#andlur.,;a pe tor became a soldier inthe most'
dermeaeby Iniliflary sense of the word. Thls one was the homeliest
4.anging.p'o shi a ,One-.by one, the prisoners )ld man I -have ever seen, skin-
-PIS^ one. kl: hopped off the siake-bed truck. ay, not 'weighing more than 100
chld only i '3 i^d ,H They filed silently inside, the ?oIun'ds, toothless, wearing'a
Sjh"' e !. d<: :60 '"A0 1 "le ""y fie 'slnl -isd . ..
d have: ... 9 'Wown shied sergeant was last. week's growth or more of griz-
.waseas ty ee at'not At:'least.. 50 people must have ed heard. :"
en e- sceamed-Spans epithets and He. insisted on demonstrat-
otieor abus, efen tiiched. 'the guards 'became even more ing-thie :choker, a. heavy rope
lt.cage,e' men otdd io 'intense fastened around the neck with
lgtier, bt. i.aIc cas"a I o'i e. For O'two hours or longer, the a slip-knot apd pulled over the
ee wras noiradeip bet-' civil authorities' processed the %lail cell bars. Hi -exaggerated
.,i. auth rites' . ." ..
een them. -Thej talked little, prisoners. Each was asked if he grimacei, with flopping tongue
Suveri; ed. :The wasno de-. hisd. and cact.er withneses and .rolling eyes, turned me cold
n no opef glance fo was given'a list of personal pus" But even at a dreadful time like
ie.1 stihtbi-of enemragement, sesbns' to e held, and asked this, the Cubans found a way
.a' nnerteye wof what messages he wished to be to laugh.
'k""""..eithr. " relay&, Finally.eachtisiged his
HE 'FIC:dmini- name, .-and. the 16 men were By Keithi LESLIE,
.# rs,-a.carf# l, filled'out -do:, transferred' 't a compound'to WTVJ, Miami
..c o'.. ,% d, "... c-rg m join
..ddfaig.ete.-r etge jlioi 6,"-.others for ,various .
Agtaeacman,. nolng -biSP stages- of'trial. Vaai rm
r'nm efets' w'Fihiehad' t .'Nes took me next to the t Fr
.F.inaly.they curt building, walking through Brighton Mass
,te 1-evilIo6king 1.sr a pock-marked 'door bearingvi- Lieutenant Leonard Bates of
,.' .... ...... .Lieutenant' Leonard Bates of
.:ie.,lhe"iad.'A -ring of re- vid scars of conflict. The court- the U. Nav and his wife
idiers stood with guns at room was a large, dark room, Marilyni. who. were wed in Bos-
,ff chain p ";;ic co rt : w a".
.w.aist safety off chamn- empty iimce court was ecessed ton on'December 30th spent
ersloaded.. ", -' ;While- intensive ,investigations to- days of their honeymoun
;heard-a small cry "and.:saw continued. The provisional go- here at. E Rancho, last week.
.. . -. -.. ..= .. : :.. .. ... ,. . here at. El Rancho, last week.
familyof.oneprisoner start: yvernment appears determined R den of Brighton, Macs.,
hard."teir loved .one,. -sbp .tb-mnake-its charges iron-clad. newlyweds o
:'ward.. a. p v.' . the wyweds got the La Bel-
...... turn a plaintive glance, to- II.was on the verge of leaving le Cr6ole cttle of champagne
I'wrd one of thie guajds.. Ano.d -erh.'.Nestoir,.suggested visiting f06 couples who come to Haiti
:".ma d the family kenmbed. iEa"' -the c.y .'po ce- a ation to see
station to see for their mlune, de miel&.
w'a .wracked with a.endigsobs: 'iome insfunienitg of torture. We f.te ue.eie
5..0oipr'what must. have'seemcd 'but .-went into a courtyard to see
*iit'secnd:' Their cluichs 2okeZ, an array 4f diabolical instru- Lunt
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W6.ti finally .net with Mr. Ba.-
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Miss Hermine Mehu
Gets Doctor's
Diploma From
SFrench University
Miss Hermine B. Mehu gra-
duated last month from the Uni-
niversity of Montpellier in Fran
ce, obtaining her diploma as a
Doctor of Medecine. The young
Haitian Doctoress, daughter of
Mr and Mrs Boileau Mehu of
PortLeau6Prince, carried honors
for he thesis in the December
22nd examinations.
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She is expected to-return to
Haiti later. this year, -to Olace
her acquired knowledge at the
service of aown country.


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1i-led .Bothi'the General and his -eVacation.
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*xll ZAt greata emotion stress cianand'_GyJnblogit- iis down
for.'t+ Jo: .iero- ,aosvaqatn way"
r* IE-W'S, -THE- -UNITED' -frbm"the clf 6th'e.weather in;
I' ED- CUBA ': New 'York. Dr.Abieo, h fo-
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ztqdatatfr taa a.defender of .ptninent lather, the Reverend
tidas.alefeder f Philippe Van tten ofSt
,i' ,-L; .:i.n.eca .general, Herbert' Pa's Church, head, of theeA.
anai4 el;ldesei-ved esteemm. res- M. E.-'Miasion,, nm -Haiti. She
A -. g ,. :. . .- . .V $. .
o ;.4,t -rttf .the. .noble Cuban jpo.ple,-. wi' spent a weekiin Kin"gto ..-..
s tiZfied. with pthmeir pro"fie 't and i.'.. 1 A gs R....
.y,....r_. promptlyl y and properly in- favor A. graduate -of; Howard Uni-
uldtafwas..dram -and creation-of hrti. versity in ..a ten C.,
^h^5emonKig, th&' irvolutionary, sectors of 'Dr. *Roi. served as interne n'i
the..resorationof the Republic, there the Broklyn HopitaI if New
wAiho'fii attitude If the American -Yord--.for several years. At pre-
'-resigned'.his ost reently, 'e sent'she is devoting he... ime to
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aK>riues "ubois, .ax.d-by manaydistinguislied is uow.a lembe'of the faculty
iitid'-States : ..o. gave stinu- to .the triumph at the D'ovinstate Mediial "(eh-
".cy',., ."amn..:o;th.em,.officials-oE the-.Federal tsr. "- . -;..
.f'"ct .d.d,'w'iob- e -job ' idol. gical in- -
WW p1 w6 - generating good l Thursday, after
-I1 ntpe Satesx- ".; -~ -, A.spepdxng.an enjoyable 'time, ni
g lindoibtedl ty be. an excelent.repre- Haitie-here .she and: hermisters
le!,;in Cuba:?All '.uis personal prestige lantli:e a-.nd, Bertife attended&
h-nqueredoii'the hearts of. the democratic school when their father,.w's
ti .se.vi 61 "a .eat.ruii"derstui"d- assigned to head..the Mission:'
tifns'..etwnen-"ifttbat and thet'Unitl& State s..All three-girls left to attend
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.'teir i.ressective governments, but._also b inge '. her v S.,-and, were
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""totfh.'tlf&cdficial title' bft'Ambssador,- meo 'wed a sEvroaean physician
r Already i :ini.s.own tight pa representative whe.'ii't y.met wule on- duty.
Stan te Vgoi'wilbf.th&nie. h at. the 'Booklyn-.. Hospital: He
;ipthj at ,-sbsr ... Ch .....uban -eople w."ich .e- accompanied her. o. a visit h.re
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ei-; ...e,.n -bo.. RePu bi.- two yars'ago. Hersis'ter IamJ."e
... :satisfacty,.ineedmd;mst be this fact .ow.lives'in. Los. Angeles .witj
i- .thi -dti-:af *ti ..." '-"- -.- h*ez hshband'.and children, w..hile
.________-___ :__ Jo -6 ___ '&rti 'e.and her fa .l reside i,.
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ning Aa reunion h. iei -Haiti .fo
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Deported
Pastor Prudencio Limares
was ordered to leave the natio-
nal territory, without delay,- a
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llth edition. The Pasto'.,r
silent of Les Cayes, leftr
Sunday for Cuba.
sCertain persons see m.
act the results of maiou'ver".
the -part of o&her --proteu
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.-7.%' +t" ;'kh''a-.".' . President Duvalier said aI took mantling generals had been re- ded. ..
r +A;teetorai' eaampign has. want to tell them it is much placed because we wanted young Austerity budget po
hip166. doun Austerity budget pole
trSft4 ibe .'i:f ry,,-hard. I was elected betterr to t-ink in terms, of the brains o understand what I being continued, Preide
',ptemei,'-1957..'-In the nation, the welfare of the peo-. have in mind, because the task valier added. He, said we'-
j'viF~1 3. ^^t'i ttateWs,,a2ft+er. an election, every Ole, instead of setting up several is very heavy for them. Before consider the budget.as .pu
y teyr.ies 'to work toward-'the olots.against the nation, because that, everything was, on my assistancee. In the past, he.E;
.'bi^d'StfatvS government and. the nation is the Haitian nation shoulders. Now I can rely on many-persons had been put
I~ -u..setn npriv.ate business, of all te. Haitian people, not them. Before; the mentality of the public payroll when`M
*' e4*y. ]';':-'t :.v...'... *only for myself. I am only the te Army was fii Port-au-Prince needed. He confirmed thf
'V RIStELVECTION. chief'. The Army has to hav good pay cut for government"
r -1GONTI'NUES.-- The President exclaimed:: training everywhere. .- ployees was being considered
on'tls :4T i,' n t.ry -belongs 'to '.I did what I wanted to do .'The President confirmed .that view of present budget diffi,
nyi4od4, '. eyery Haitian. But as a Catholic*.' the'Army comprised about 5000 ties. ..
.A eLe^ .ai^tis~another mentality. For Asked about some specific men and 450 officers. ,. --. ..
-A 105:: rdtl t.the' opposition, thr-'e'lec- cases; he said-. it was up to the .. -
;tageg b M] Ljaign is supposed to .e Ministery of Justice to clarify ACCOMPLISHMENTS. '
IJ^6St~4IDi"%tT~iontinued. Tbh'.y don't like the what would'be the status of the .His- administration, he said, liii
S i tieni I set up, -the system. of ro'y oa. Louis D.joiepar- ha caused the clearing oftpart
rQpeity. f oi qi, r
at-.e^ t|^ a dti ?iI.:austerity.With that system downed, former Presidential-can- of La Saline slum area, and re- -
......e.d..yone has to, devote himself didate. It would'ibe up to Con- settiment of its residents in the i
.1 D A ttw et i. A ress, he, said, to determine ihe new Simone Duvalier housing .'r
M-., .Yte is i--. -
eFA4t eslemnasBr:orth'4 .ligibijity of Deputy Franck -Se- P' idct.'The i so
... ...yfsC .tbat existed for several raphin, pardoned opposition lea- called. 'for building a shopping ,
st m a t eis' th e c n r r f t e e igbp t f e u y F a ckaS- lr oe ctd T e i i i l p a e t a s o'
4_ P-NW l!! IVroedo oiii e 1 0aeaed r, ..4
'e. ade Eve.bryody atthe'top of. offer, to'resume "bns seatL'. 4. -:eenter ini the newly, cleared area r/ '
aitiin. affairs 'tried .'for seilreral As -to.the decree povers, he' but the contractors presented .a
t3t "decdsbefore'-156 to "get mo- said Congress allowed me those biAd design," and, the "govern
in t7hi. .pockets. I Im powers -becpuse, the whole na- ment.,.could not 10e so muchI
.... ..o ... ...: ? -: e d~ ~d .
i eate -ts an against' . ... t'. was d ger.. -- d. '
eQ a qq.. -. ,1.. ":al "" "" 4 .. .. f. w -. ,Ad.-'ded'- ::;
rIi i..,Onwantdto stressaitrobgly that "r Th e administration ha a PLUS".BELLES.MOSAIQUi
W. 9!: fn o "-s-tre ass Preid1n"eW:;a+di... ni "a i. .-a"
-is a. con PEITY. eectd ontractwit a Ja HAI-TIENNES
^^ ^i^ tnmydton- onee,- tosncodshAtPresi- r iead with the. Paul' Burke .^ ~ f~ll
cndfios^ae$n te orwai dent Duvalier ,sald:. 6 .. fj of the United States froJi;-,E^ I&W'
:ope:are,, in tffecttccoditaot
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pe 'e,vey::bad.Ican'trealize that .We orgi alrnqst all the t--- ___--*__
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t f ltedent: e rnns 8'.ib "' '' .'-
wa a or-:n.. tr and otwork- eer ..a. .ra.c W tried t
reationsnHi the..n.it -.of -th]e nai'" but to' make ote.ider in finances : Caribbeaii Isr.uclTln 11 0
W-C4`ici VIMetheite molduofinthe A rty . '... .. -
Z":..r'.."Oi.o-nr ydS to t sez Rofrth ealt yeaI tr- 'Ai t1 n ", e e go ii sail a e
rid ofthat U.ne -Sa ts- 'o g Bui drs
'.-":-.'*' -" -- *utt-'n'g i. a youngmen i or-' The Military City .
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^iiZ,,:ittw td national uity.. ejoneAwas Distinguished Hotel In the Heart of the City
of' her Jueflewashere ] -s no -t4.s
a". "it -....'m"e"""-i' t a- 'e: "na "-lit a s t-' 'e "P a n w e i th
e'aigg i:sa en ..."". Convenient: lIocated to the Shopping District
hfilltes;:tlec gtiioY '.CSae -Thytredtto stu m e1 "r "
-- '-al 'plot a~ste, then'te 'Cs. al t : u All Ai, Conditioned. Room ith Private Baths .,
[i,.r;:.., .a ,r'-: nona g.. ern.e. t Thr wa And Hot-"'''
, i to .e-r ...i a C .t .ec; invasion .July w ater '..I
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ysugar apd"cqry n. 'the United "States a U ', ew PoolTerrace w tb outside Bar -. _
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o^'Secnomi&uss^i ted Stie'niit"isi" DINNER DANCE EVERY FRIDAY- '
0 surrnmd^ the poor na'- yeoga'nize the. A'. ThAe'n" an- 1" ' : A nB
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of'.Ie.. :W.Mte.n H'.mis- '&"ard~of-thW Army was very low From 7!O0 P. M.. To Midnikht ::
} ia^ebeena.pprdached aftet May-,25,"1957. ''- . "To the rhythm of Joph D ikroseau's n'
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.vr.at..iy"ere to .tqn in the ield-of financ. ., Coe Mnus at-30. (Dollars) per Person :
beanc..arei.I+ 'd'"owant". ty~wi pflaorthe woring Cocktail]. Whnes and Drinks. Reasonably Priced _
r--spyen ans, wadnt 'f o ,,., y wiathnalNort .A e ,- No Cover Charge No Minimum -- .*
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ee1 Ke e LORTQNS OF ONTARIO Rain In Kenscoff. General Fambet9
Sunday. J.anuarIy lth. was a '
Post In Rome b o ANADA DICOVER HAITI .ighily satisfying -day to the bi- NamedW .P
SAntonioTh. K ebr- and Mr Fred Horton will.- be back in a couple of J bitant ofKenscoff; 8-1/2 mi- -- -
General i an aKefbre neu O O Te fa ily wil return toMi limeternf rain were recorded Cnr. Cl ... ;
6f To ba a ario( Canada) breezed in a few ami byVPAA and then resume athl rai-g.uatge-hat atde ----. -
tian Ambassador to te w) ti om b .. . .Ir. This, tthe middle.oft E-Army Chief of-Staff
....ago",fo ruwrstT i -' "- :'" ..
can Me. -was accoinpadied journey 'prra.te d -a jor G Maurice& FP -
his daughters, Jacq-eu.easonw pee.
of e ~onte of their most interesting car. Bon voyage,!. -wo evei ttatths. enha- bert hs een r Me4bu
of hs daughters, Jacue.vacatis to dat bitantsom heave a. e a bert has been Embp
Nq:willact. as secretary q..iltiactinotodat'loratunver jb;- x
are .visiting friends and re. bakit- noRu pl Driver eo bitants BKned a reak. 8o ai "a
.ier father. They wills-top erere in te r e C Crushes Woman .. *-'
Sin. New York and London ae o W i and Ol Under Wheels cement.was made h ti
FI -. Mr." lro sa excavatWheel
te to Italy. An automobile racing down week. General eFlambert "
R ite t al yc. contractor operating in ande a rr ye u ran -B u e var reum ... f" ... -
.eneral Kebreau was appom r the Harry Truman Boulevard, h M, mh.o recovmring iefrom -murgsir
ArmiWelnbu lo owns . .fo hae.Atta, hs h-br hsben VL~.ii


. the Ambassadorship by roundn Welland, but also own i the Exposition City, Thus- at Can Vert
silent n ih.i a concrete works turning out night took -tne life of a -.
6i.lntFrrancpj uv~alierth is a0" of8^ utday night, took -thel -life of a ---- .:..*; ..*,'-. :^
week, and on January 12th. wer til. - woman pedestrian. WECM T H ....."
WELCOMES ITSYrMES 44T
as ,..reciyed.the- neof. The victim, as yet unidenti- ,
r've .ed by the "b~e( ,- The. arrived . T itst init..
! -at thp Naiional.-Palace 06ed *a AND ..UGOE.TS.L---.! -'
S. Arck t the cat. as 4
..... .... ....a"ie"d io e.,,ational ,' ,
r '-he was,given-'Mitry o- tne.to.atend the. national con- se was crOssing the Bouletard F .-YOUR CONVEN-EINTE : -
it.gr was.c.FOR'' YOUR".-... ... N.V-.
.. a batalion. f ,thd'..A" vention of, Jehovah's. witnesses r -. C"h'" "
Saanbadcalb receive fatal head a ei -e f a t a
Forces, of Haiti. which held at t' lovey and body lojuies..tajor. Jean At PO:-:AU-rgINCE ..te. r -
ith a long -career' ih ea. r-"c' d. Palmisteqs. across Beauvoir who happened to be And PETIONVILLUE.' Choucoi". --...
$,- General Kebreau was *etfrom th .theatre,,de "rdure: mthe neighborhood sum noned .- :: -" FLOWE. Psiops,&,"
ra Resident of H fr e an xert cookFred soon an anbulince and. the remains HOTELS:,Beau R.ivage,.Cas- IMOUS". s... s-tA
. to October 1957. : was f o nn d himself :dudded in a e ta ,t-the orguef telhai, International. Country i S .a
cook' aprn'm a ing'9r tak..,t"the 'rorgue of te-haiti, "/''-
Winted Army Cbief of Staff cook's apron madng himbur- -h.- Genera ].Hospital. Club, SansSouci Hutel, ..ie- ?andMa.fKlnd.TS
geisy -thneraes-f.Hostheton._.0- rS.:. ,.j
toBer of the same ,year, oc. gesby the .ozensjot 51e con- The police, are searchingg for ra Hotel Simbie Hotel, Hotel -:Auto-Re&xt'U -D"e."
imng this post unttilMarch" ventioners hearty appetites. As the diver, of the death car, Plaza, Hotel Splehdid. .' Sym *-. ... -..
1 958. ced how things were going, Fred which'. eye .witnesses said was RESTAURANTS: Aux-Co '. T _
Replied with a twinkle, Fine, a Pontiac, but'no one had time -saques. Nobbe& BondelSavoy..!HdtelDnb.,o
e-ilrP B ace as you mnean. l ye got to eat to get the number of the license Restaurant. - iUtel Mobfiuii -
YArot Bounhomne atn rS-Vati-' own cooking?.9)l tle. Hte i -aid,.to.have"G...S.-
&e latte li been trans- 'PaeThe c to ha~ve GIFTS .!SHOPS:. -La- Bell. CreolI'-f-
S-eE assn Asked for lIi, impression of ied one of front eight sashd Creole, Bite ..ique-( diofr..e Picad.e-
to te Embassy in .on- A reped: oh, I get a 'om the shock.- Haitifian recordss, .C..p. Ver_.";:CAP
.- Haiti he replied: __Oh, I____get ar .vn~T'-TC&:fP.- H ..E* fl'
-. charge out of it! Fred was on F Tardieu. DuquelJa,, publis- FM'her, 'ritz'Me5U,. Haitian. HOTEL rfS-Host4lerie.. .......
;'*..', Lb h -verge of throwing -his glas- ier of the weekly mAdLibiLtu L'giidt. (A itport),Mais& Qrin- oil,
1- Nicole Dorville and ss-away, thinking he had. see,.: -nnounces-thepublicatio.nsb. .:tMah.e Jeane,"' Nanitte -tul '-h". 'l.
Nr'Wainwright were marn- everything. But we persuade" of his tudfy -The Reue]ic (embroideries) :Ramirez' Shop," 'ROLAND .TOREB
re o'on January 3rd, in him to. take a trip to the Car if Haiti and the Republic. of SfQr.( Club ai-.Tarm-T --. -- Local :-Bderewshf t 2
.4 H itt''n he Rety.i o q.-
-intimity. and visit the Citadel first. He "ienezuela.. -' NIGHT. CLUBS: Casino, In '. oi.t P0:O. .BOX ut
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Bd rush and headlong ev-y day
o .. flight of 'mbst people in other
tg 'Je[ft;Haidi'in August.. 1934, Board co-tdes.
5"ilitin d nin 1-Hitit- he last
4PI0' RCl.fRfr^t' ?m an%...to .leave.;-: Detailed to Mellow,now .with years and
1~itI & -m* years-andde
'.-_fi^^ ]i~ 'i:the' r.:',,"etur ..l nmbeT w of. Code wisdom aRC- is a Technicinx -i.
a "id'. eMari. Books 'to N-ayal ,'kteligenhe for Administration and Ware-
t thnI ,dd'H i W ton'Boa.td. traveledd housing in the- ODVA Artibo-
*|;top1t i sie alone and .under his own powe ni te: Project,'.with headquarters
I p .. .. ..b
e| n ie a"tramin.. xn viw v id.- civilian transportation, at Pont Sonde. Frequent trips .
k V
Sa', '.at., tat^ i.eBck ini the'Ma.ine Corps again to Port-au-Prince, on business Exc. Fare.
B.-eam eoard wasassigned to. 'duty as arid pleasure seems to keep R IOUNDT.P
S i ~itrinto spect6r-Instructor of the 1st td eternally young. When, last -48 U.-S.$8' 2 i
4 4.*" \X .t ", "."' I .'
aswaa dden'yctibn M izne Corps Reserve Battal- geen he was planning 'a vaca-' Nghcl in x
) C .r '.4$" : 4 f::%y ~*r.. I....1 ,Nigh U iulb od xcti
the .New T m -M lt}' .. i Shops- ._most.e. it!.
Land New Low Tourism oray the
SarsesAan&ui ". A d -" ' agent who had just returned. -* ,.,iwo"oiw 'O Discover' enjuroutbpp
agn:.wn ,. :o ;:-',.. --.":,:
a-o.i-,em.Tor.,'hav n t.ie9th Jauary4'in th'\The story is. so obviously RYALservicp f
q"IrI.7. I 'Whethe.r .. ..pfice of Thomas .Cook: and fase and so easily -refuted that ;' D c Ail.e..
.Rpyal, utchAzurhne1
'-. ,- alne e* it is.di OYALl. .gIC"
a..1gainedfroi on,-' 5th Avenue, New it is difficult, to understand R D AskYur Tr6?vel .
anot :be~ne~hirnd.: 'York -City, a report was made why such an agent. should .. -.,: ''.. .
.er;.Boar-IUandedin.-.ho.i-e sby one of their agents 'who ba choose such 'a wayr try'. to"'
&.dwascominssineda'Le reted, from- a one-week stay, kill the one hotel 'to' advance .,
kit7 inGend, Haiti. It wasmade in th the interests, of .'the. other It .. / .. : -..~:
te attd Mi1tjSchool presence-of-nothier Cook's certainly ca. only be hrniful M i Gecrard Rouzier' "' -, V
=1ufche,..:, I"itee:et m h. ~ a
:,J ,: theraen .and'. also the. repres6n.- to theminterest',of Haiti as a Named Honorary .the pst-in Haitiand:ii.
t s ,occupyingq tive:'o" fi e of-'our d"cal. hotels. wole.' .. '' ConsulOf Liberia ..t; Mr. Raoul' .Rozi
; = : : . . . = . -1 '-. . .. . -f i e I,
".. tf;~,liOts %,- da' .the r.e.port wag ."to .the effect Are-we ,to cleanup the. mal- -.The Governiiment. ofthe Re. present .Haitian A ,naa'.
^ii'; : """""der,Subl8 h- blocked off by a roadblock from .practises.of a f .local .hif- fnilico Iiberia, tis past wek. Monrovia,. ha4 for ma.. y
. : :. %. t I a bhiuf ..=cf .ra, h.spas we....ov a,-ha.6rwi
tCmma e.'nf4PO1 ,that :lte hotel in. question was feur, only to. substitute other Ie- increased its Consulr represent served- as Liberian Coni
'q1NC 11i lAdl-the town -and-tlat all inhabit- vels of the sales; ladder? cer- station in Haiti,-!' with the ap- Haiti. '
j,] : d l e 4. for sm -- . -.l '.,
-56WW. 1 ed ants' Wre. forced tore: aini- tainily. such stories do: not re- pointment of Mr. GerardRaoul' He pledged-to juaty&
althe'Disting ofhMr reoors"Roi
Saiesh.1 ter. 6.P.. The re-r flect credit f 'sort upon Rouzier as 'Honorarr. Consul. .fidences placed in hifniL
.:;s ttree:i .visit-fig. the rnora le.ve upon which- .The. ,young attorney received work closely with the A
fy t'f -te't -klin" que ion Vut'had and the fact that the 'Pesn ,Wini., V, S. Tubman,; on rian Diplomatic Mi &s
for:t.f.u.en,- t -d battmpe'k ov w.bybse sod. Hain t.wi, im -V th o IS.Tn o P dnt dor in ; woi4
,4 --- -Ji '6 be ted ba k s soldiers making the report 'w an o Thursday morning, during q Haiti. ...
.m'1-r -' v th.. A meri... r...:,
onfo.the.emedalsis *re.with'*bared bayonets American' reflects no credit upon crmn e i
^S i-^:*.*?-v*^'..;Tn*';"*^- '-;** ... 't~ trma ceremony, at the JLibe- d cu e d c aiaa
edwitabla stae ".fro; *' The .- hofel'sarep,'entative the manner in'm which-American ma y on he A ,coupe de. champagne.
theco"' .a t.'.,'. .. h oi t a -. nrian Ebtastyhere on Laue. toasts-t to-te t future pros
"I n'qt:-re -.. .... ',theo tqu stmterests conduct their . -
;'"":''i"m :da~~.in" o ~ business,- either. r Amassador J oh n Frncis of the two sister national
'>4 e US- -ti> Uo-,noth .. (_) Marshall who presided- ov&' the confined good heal.
..,...aon kqkjg fr' .the ceremony presented the the President. of these.,.
I I EMONDAY.AT5 P.M .- jComx'iission, and' cited the out- tries closed the presss
|k ..." ,zre u m' a '( ._ standing qualities .of Mr. Rou- remony. *
-T. TUEu:.:u r r 3' IWU I : zier, which had jnpired his Go- '.Among those attenam
Xs ROM;":' :" ":;''' "." **' vO0' 00) vernnment in making o h 'ppy Mrs. Gerard B. Rouier,'
happy Mrs.' Geri d'. "R. "'R" -uz.
na a mu~ ^a u'Ai* f lnaak a choice. He .said it was a 'tii- PhmflippE Brun,"Mrs. Johal
,, II PATOU TO1 .' bate to he.youn professionals Marshall, Mr. Maurice'
0:,,: .. V00.
"- "'-^:",'^^ ^ ; ..- w' "* :of Haiti who deserve' great ad-, f,. MBC, Mr. 'Michelet"
[ .......... i 4p:. y*rt.fwhe.Olfqn-sliow"'draws..more people, 'thanwe can- miration anl confidence. He Baptiste of cLe. Matins,,N
II* .aomoda.e...w...a .. ,.-- comodte.'.This year F-From Patou .to Voodoo, will draw a said that this.w.sa another.step Duquela Tardieun-and me.
, ;".:. 4ji. :. ., ,. ,. '-, .I.i U.U E VU 1.UU ~ biet h on niesonl i asal r aii
......" ,:'. '" .'.. hitCggero'ud than ever.. i. -, p pr6iomoting Haitgano-Liberian of the Embassy personnel
... N "A"".. .:. .".. ties of brotherhood:'and "friend- of the- Consular Corp_;..
''":. '.... Tha t ...wh y the Manage eit of the Hotel Oloffson has establish-. ship. In \the absence of
| l :.-. ." ,"::ed a reserved seatsystem so. at everyone may be properly' seated.: Mr. Roizier in thanking Am.- Consul General Denis Fei
'".'.'" *' !:" YWE SUGGEIST THALT yOU RESERVE YOUR SEAT IN AD- bassador Marshall 'for his kind presently *,o' a mission-in
-. VANCE. TOFeaivilb~'nwa HtlOoto
...........: .l, e ... remarks asked him to convey U. S., Mr. Fernand GS"
Reserve"4"=' "=' ": abe $20 p" "eo ""his thanks to President Tubman Consul- of Guatemala,- pbi
e sd k.. a.lrs .0. .. .0 ., :'
r person for this high mark of'distinc- the name of the Consulat
^.'.., ,,..., ., r.^ = .......:. .',t ' '" ion. He further stated that he of Haiti.
IStaiing Rom atbar: $1.00 per person felt deep emotion at the thought He warmly welcolnm
;.. Di.":Jnne:rand show 0B per' p 'erson (The that he was the third generation Rouzier into their ran.
r in his family to occupy the post jbanked Ambassador M.
.:',.;,:-. ... .. .;.. ,, . . ., of Liberian' Consul. His'grand- for the choice of the n
l s,'.. gbur oCUine father was. the first to occupy norary Consul. -
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