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Haiti sun
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VOL. IX SUNDAY; FEBRUARY 1st. 1959 No: 19 PORT- AU-PRINCE
T. COPING ITH FINANCIAL CRISIS. '..
tn.COPING WITH FINANCIAL CRISIS


itate 'Employees!
W$Wages Slashed
isiti's approximately 27,000
lic servants will be required
Submit to pay cuts of from
I to 20% for the next eight
sits,:- due to the financial
session. gripping the coun-
:."
& "* '
e-. Pre#dential Decree re-
ig salaries, indemnities,
tns, 'subventions and allok.
Lons was publisKed in a.Spe
,edition of the official ga-
ie,'aLe Mot.Monteur on Janua
3rd. The pay cut goes into
t February 1Ist. and will
le to Sept 30th.
'..(4Continued on page 6-).


Rents And School.
Tuition Reduced

Rents paid by Haitian, citi-
zens as tenants, and school fees
paid for their children will be
reduced.by 20% a month b2-
ginning February 1st. Private
'school establishments occupy-
ing. houses s tenants will also
benefit from the same r.-duc-
tion.'
This measure was .taken by
a Presidential.. Elecree publish-
ed January 28th- by radio
broadcast of *La -Vowix de la
R6publiquel, and ptiblished .-in

(Continued pn 'page 6) /


RETURN TO DAHOMEY '

.HOME OF MY ANCESTORS


By F. MOcRISSEAU-LER6V


zan, m'apr' a]Jer8
apr' aler Qi6l6cod6
a.r.,ile cacher faumni
: ,(moin
diA Aizan, c'6 ous qui mar
(rez moin
.ous qu'a laguer.m'.-
tan, o,. 6..'aasser couler:68.
ti'ieplanie- flew from Abid
Aecra, LOm- to. Dahomey,
s',-.tD.:. learn that Ai mean_
'f -a'lat' "Za'n -me'dants "p-r'-in-
e.and- that Qu4e1coue -(I
,,- pronounce it Qul6 -
;K.i.g Ai told mAe that'.
sQu61lcou4) nfeans O:uida,"

^(Continu'd on page 4)
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t.Majesty King Togui Ahossou Agoli Agbo as he received our
s.ondent, in the Gbindo Palace of,Abomey. The two Queens who
ed the King..must be Amazones or His Advisers.
e metal filter he' wears on his divine nostrils is to protect him
-.ai" ;exhaled by mortals, JDahomeyans ,call him the -Proud
-because he did not surrender since taking office in 1894.


Quelling
Of Hunger
Demonstration
A demonstration' by dwellers
of the populous sCour Br&a%
against t h e r miserable
plight was dispersed with, -the
'arrival of police, I early, Webd-
nesday morning. The commo-
tion blacked all traffic at Mar-
fissant for a full hour.
The demonstrators .were. '-
ported to have displayed pla-
cards and cried: aDown with
black misery. .
Although the Police .reported
.....(Continued 6n'page 2)
SPECIAL M MISSION
[ NEGOTIATING LOAN
IN WASHINGTON
Finance Minister Andr4
Th6ard' is heading the spe-
-ial mission presently in
SWashirngton, D. C. which
is expected to complete
negotiations fcir loans for
the Aitibdnite Valley-.Pro
;'ject completion and the .;
`'building of .,roads in the
-South of'Haiti.,

T Trade Mission
From .>
S See Local Market
R. Allen, Candy,. Chairman
of -thde Ne Zeland Dairy Pro-
Auet'' 0 fingi t 6fnndssimon
.1 o r
aebbnpanied' by his *EXport
Sales liangerStanley Murphy
and New Zealand Tride Comr-
missidnbr-Ior the %,W-.st Indies
Mr E. J.. Such are pending
(Colitinued on page 15)


,bDOC REPSER VO


D)ocu Reser wbb became a
legefid in his life time died at'
the Gexieral Hospital" in Port-
au-Prihce, last Sunday evening.
He was 71 years old. Funeral
services were held Wednesday
at the General Hospital
- yIt -is. believed that Stanley
Henry Reser, retired United
States Nav` lPharmacist Warran
Officer, and -Voodoo Authority,
died of a heart attack. His Cul-.
de-Sac neighbors brought him
twenty miles' to the hospital
from- his 3-rom caille' in- a
stricken condition, early Sunday
morning.
SHis son, Charles (-SonnyD),
Reser, Pan American Watld
Airways purser,.of Coral Gables
Florida flew. in Monday after-
noon to make funeral arrange-
ments. H is' daughter, Marie-
"Claire arrived froni thb U. S. on
Tuesday afternoon.
~ ~ ":.X. ;t .,. v
''Doc, Reser wasienevei by
(Continued on page 3)


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'DoC-. is laid


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to rest in the Port-au4innce Cimetiebr: .:-


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Belafonie Brings Family F lO 10-Day :Vac&atiOan HH
Internationally-famed c r o o- oiced Ameicaiin who hmadema:
net and movie-star, Harry' Bela- e. of tips country. ta'ou;6 -
fonte, arrived. from New York. .....vcontints ) Uegan I i:s.' '
on the Pan-American World3 'i930: when audle'.cesi
Airways direct flight,:;.Friday, 'dh9-w!y.p leput. o'va c"
He was accompanied:, b': hiis *ut Harry.qu. t U 'oaqq nii
wife, JMi'te; his son David aid, ni. no0OfSO' flatCj .
.Harry,.- and Mrs. -Mary, -, ruppinns. e ..." .... :
his mother-ixi-law'. When after a yeui pJ^^AR a&
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ranks of Haiti's top sculptors. Katherine D in -bySsaiSSj
of this young Haitiai artist, is building :an art galtyAoaer I*ileY/
estate td-ehihbttsu.h wo-k as th A. sto '.'
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A. B. Duke A Jnadr Rodrigiz
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WUl Represent Medico"' Tb # Fit
Thef:e. C.ban: "* 5 ',
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AtOpening. T ^6 fPs Excellency Senori
Of Mntal Ho.pitai. i pr..i:,?p1t 4.
TI-% Hon. Aigier BiddleDuk- dil to etef oP;-^J
ill arrive in Haiti4FemIary D ^
4th, to attend the opngcer FRkiD er
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a'-- so6 n a dieB :e t tih.'..i..
monies pa Friday.(February?6) r -e;
of the Hai Psychiatric,penter doneal e on,.
SP.rt-au-Prince, the- capital. n.T cre n ;, .-.
Mir. Duke will repre useat tsg jauif5i t okaeti th
DICQ JMedical ..'lternationdi ?r 6 ea ersMlf ltm111
Coo an .ca aor- -stri33 CB1'ieiaA
ganiz action for intemaioh-,l me-. ,H't
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ilecal assistant which: 'o nsors vP WD -1a .r
Ahe new mental hospital.LHies, -the.i st.Cu.iisd4fk
-the Presedent'-of thi nternaAtio Couus4
tn&awue (miniitee, ofT which' Clue! of Sta^fflfaztL's::^zi4'
ivEEDICO is a division. Mr. D'uke' Fores anid ihcergfai FRc
is also a former U. S.-Ainibassa-" aidential`Q"A A: "
der to El Salvador ... A. ..as"aaog 3Rodnue r .
The Haiti Psycl.iatric Cedtb.r Oed nuifary heors'on:i q. "a".
ip the first up-to-date facility in WAal .*and4qeprtrofom tir1a-
Fig-*.s- .V It
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>84gAbih in Aut "Trouble At Lycie
w-aipP .ncs &e Jeunes Filles
i i. eenD;isftrI. Blows Over
Bb~ng SthttM TractJ::. ;* :
".:"'" '- .' he students at the girl's col-
W;n .V arwl or t '!ege, 'Lyc6e de Jeunes Filles,
P.L.x T' h ursday and -their- new Principal, Mrs.
h:' d tiobe .Bipi"' ued; Jeanine Blaise Barbot, are re-
Sfib,.: ow I .P.b" borteLdly. getting along, after the
,io'-ii t" reported' "t inisundeistanding created on
I eenia mad-autmobil'"Wednsday afternoon.
t-ra^l;itioni"of K -One student giving her ver-
4 s:'' 5- '+-:', :" sion -of the trouble, told the
h T di-ma. Wasidentif rdi Surrin- on Fridny. that they had
SiqeGuerrier.'The 'au'.ee informnied that a new Di-
Guerrir"., au
Jgif-i'u ,WcW lie was- 'r-. rectress bad been appointed to
._l4( Senolet, 3Licence_.0 No. repe e Mrs. Louis Debrosse at
6 as exi-iitA- 4':.had of this important
.ae.for&: a.on.' Orien o- 0 The girls were not-told
.. :wI&' )b orii, M.aisolm Orien- ,
l't ^e.J.,JhaacWashhedto a. the name o the person appoint-
| ..uoniombiie- "erti.Ua: d:but were given 't6 unders,
ha drai'fileetholes.a'id tond that .a- strange, unexper-
cotfainmg "c"a:.ofh-dblO ienced in.teaching matters, was
W51"R t""o. manage. the Lyc6d.
iu& "L by .the"4' to ..tov-. -- .
RE- :' '.-. '. Following this" information
S),r. ,ti-Hie crowdyhliatga-- 7the- temperature rpse at'.tihe
"-to:i-nspect.dth'. ill -ehicle Lycee, located on Rue Capois,.
...Po..te o tb:4.1nt40Y cnfusion reigned and the stu-
a8;a Ia+ -be-' ...
vat].a 'dents- in, great numbers -began
'of it drilchtah dth
.ea c(a1.p i gesticulating and vociferatigi
.9r of1t~h et.WIOfl ''cotenriing this 'tranger who
ha"'sai l oiqenaugl 'lsw- was; tp,be.' imposed .upo them
uta.te:triqc.urid--..ii *polie weree sUmmoned,.' to res-,
.-- : .
".Tt .,t one:... e order.'-. '. -'
th.-editio : rncipal,.when inter 1
donvaMewe napotnng tewIwed, said that when the dis-
esnd 04tat dctirg t"rde t'bega. the girls were' told
4p. WW erson, we")kifd g they ,col go '-no for the
iex&alk.he t M-"'Bor".. imomint while the incident was
e,%p .e.w 'df L "J' W in i o'. ""nw
HOi e.. Oneo or reportersi 'E-.& cleared up.. Mrs .Barbot
-norng. amiablel e to"-. "~~~ed; that it was her. impres-
i information -iomhe- the pupils hWd been
.He. WH's.w t eeTn'rc. c-gven misleading -information,
O ff '.m-char entionally, to create an in-
+-ydi""b' he Off:cek ".cha ntn.rat.n
pi!-"' .s".t.e. "rcident- However, when they
: er .. ..f: o..fund out thatie newly ap-
LA-it'atLe.Msa m i pointed principal was their own
^Beognffifainoiaat^nrher... 4 w i ,t h
&i 'Nove.inta re.-.h ee, x c.e,p t i on of three
i,3lnatest ,edition that: or fou-,ginilsaparently hostile,
-tF.,o. Ci4.de da' .:and -sed fot the coup,' returned
go thei m_,chteg of ednsda
-]yr ri.tta perhon.Was kil; to theirftasses' the-very next
-ewalkL the Mai- morning. The. girls- apologized,
%Crentae~ RueRduMagai n nd.'most admitted they- had
Maga.. .'.- .n.. n .acted. being unaware of the
u'One..of the repcrers of'the true circumstances, she said:-
I.;spapar'hadnf a ".Mrs Barbot, a qualified ro-
j ,I g eti'oobtaxin any lessor with a diploma from the
%'3 ationa fromi-': .th.,Po-licea..- aEo4le. Normal'. Superieures,
I?4"-4AS ~---'"" is the wife:of Mr Ernest Bar-
p' ..- .... ::.. 'bot,.-Director of Naiona- *Edu-
`-`jrMaj ax1
^:i'mhbssSador M3 -' aton'.here. She-i. 9riginallyI
1osnvilPl Nrom:ethe city of Cayes has-a
ret"PrtidIa.!n'j-. 'i career -in education here and
r4ustei.iCo 1 studied in U. S. txineri-
"- Maxl H..Dorsin, ..Shed .occupied- the .Chair.of
n~gi- s .reent Prcifessor of languages at- the
... esenta=
n id Nations L-6.-'de Jeunes' 'Filles, prior
jhp' Coui+-herws elect- .herpromotion, and speaks
dent.'"of .i"Council english fluently.
15s^the'6 l4-nation body -
-lis 23rd'"ession, on Ja- BEST IN CA:

Remarnagh-g' Ambassador Dot HOSTELLERIE DU
tnie, distinguished record ''
Stteeship matters, Mason < S(United States represeh- New Y
i ,- the Trusteehip Coun.
l gested. that Tew e The only hotel
Si&Ilayed a more valuable i
ii+th O o .4ir Conditioned Room
I*q ii the evolution of African
council r..m Tropical park-Mat
iroamo Vitem ot f Italy a its iP S
; erdent- ', THE BEST FO(
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Deputies entertained Hi
At National Palace (C
The President and Madame
Duvalier were. hosts at a- recep no ar
tion on Tuesday afternoon numl
with members of the Chamber Cour
of Deputies as their guests of away
honor. Ye
The reception took, place in. Matir
the Salon Vert of the National at abi
Palace. was E
Deputy Rameau Estim6, Pre sons,
sident of the Chaminber 'spoke zdne
on behalf' of his :'colleagues had g
pledging to aid --the govern- d'Arts
ment in its work .of national and:'
reconstruction. Each member ganize
present in giving his adhesion carrie
ebad a word bf encouragement written
for the Chief of State. r6clan
The Presidential couple toast (Dow
ed their parliamentary guests mand'
in chamnpadgne' in expressing -to for
their wishes for their continued I fo01
good health. lncy
Attending t ". e' reoeption' sonall:
were members of the Minis.' he tal
trial Cabinet, the 'Assistant listen
Executive Secretary,; the Chief, asked
of Staff-of the Armed Fo6fces plaihii
of Haitf, the Secretary Gdneral unerni
of the Departnrent of Coordi: ly rel
naton' and Information ..the GoVer
,Commander aod .Officers of
aiea Presidential'Guard-and Mr } n ,
Cl6ment Barbot. : :"' basemu
.'' -=.' :! bedroomo
." : i "'* "" "-quarter
New Agency With hons,
First Grade- Guides,
A g-oup ofyoung andi dt-
cated "boys have inaugurated :
aHaiti. Holiday Tour-;.E'a.-new.- ,- !.w
agency devotecL te o primoting. .'
Tourism in'Haiti,. -
Their leader a.d a T6ur '3a'-
.nager, David Bores has a well
known background: having, dur,
idg; more -than, ,six years,r been.
i- charge of the-Press'- & Pu-
blication Section of- the U. S.
Embasy in Port-auPrince.
SMr Borgs- edited, .last'year, -
a very handy aPoket-Book of
Haiti.a, His. close assdciates..are -.
Marcel Doug6, in charge- of 0 i?
ticket sales. and promrdtion, '"
Heriri 'Merceton, M L. Joseph '
_nd Fred- San-Millan. S >
-Their Tour Agency was inau Q ,
curated on January 1st, 1959, r-V
the day of the anniversary of' 'A.
Haiti's Independerice which L
coincided with the arrival 6f
the S. S. IRPINIA, the first
cruise-ship consigned to "Ha-
HOTO-. -. '
The office of the agency is
located at the -corner of Rue
da la R6union and Rue desi
Casernmee


P-HAITIEN
ROI CHRISTOPHE

ul Hotel in Haiti>>
rk Time

in town with:
s. Swimming pool
rnificefit verandas -
court.
)D OF HAITI


Helene AIMEE. the young and. beautiful chandif
appearing at THE INTERNATIONAL CASINO I
HAITI, to nite and every nile during this week
born in Mexico City of Austrian-French parents
taught- her German and French -as well as the.-5
language, Spanish. This talented youngster speak
qins. it seven lafiguage, all so fluently accent
many linquistsAn the audience look upon. her

Stntes- thiq ambitious younr singer went on tour tili
some of the Lqtn Amqrican countries and caused z
revolutions south of the border.
'. ,,.


anger Demonsiration Belafonte Her:
ohtinued from page 1.) *. "' ....
-f(Continued from page
rests, observers said' a :'
ber of inhabitants of the ged over as a folk music"]
Brea slum had been taken deer, Nis superb sense of.1
by- Police, manship, his artistic ho
sterday morning said aLe and burning talent, toois
nu in its Thursday issud .lhigh-browD edge of this;
)out 6:00 o'clock the police of song and Hliarry was tdi
alerted that several per- his way. .
residents of the populous Since -then he has he
known as ,La Cour Br6aa tops as a movie-star, nigh
gathered before the Ecole star in America and En
SMenagers in Martissant and -'as proved -.qA_ gigantic
were getting ready to or- cord-seller. .
e.a march into-town. They Welcomed to Haitian-":B
d placards on which were tality at theairort by a
n aA bas la misere, ous. group of notaesMr. and
nont du travails. Belafonte and their party.
nm with misery,.we de- whisked up the mountal
Workk. The mob began hr uite at El a cho
m.. tion-Vill by owner Albir
rmed of this, His E-xcel- ter .Ti i oim rd. irii'
Srdn.. e... p vera. This 148 hrt-3rd. tr4p
the President-went per- l is a 'earfisher
.. -, ie s "a -spearfisher main..'.
y- 'to the section where man. '.
kd with the leaders and obtain aid in developing
'd .to their grievances. He economy of the country.-
them tb be patient, -ex.- These poor and. needy
ngr'hat in the near future, sons showed understanding
ployirent weid be great the word of the .Chief of:
ie d,' for'. -actually the -and returned, peacefully
'nment I- niegodating, to their homes- "
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uirgean (entrance. to Mont Jeli) Newly built two-storey hous0q
Lnt .1st Floor:, Ten-ace, livingroom, pastry, 'studio; upstairs1
ims with closet, bathroom, diessingroomni, terrace. Garage, ser
rs ,and bathrooin in basement. Yard paved, large lawn. -and
es. .Ru ing water. 24 hours a day. Apply Me. Adrien.'Dbay3
: 22Ruelle C.-alean. A
_' HEE' .A'IM. EE .. "'.;]
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iL'nutnuCa iruai page II
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,'Haitians to be a Voodoo
tte .Witlh the rank of 'Hou-
k.(Voodoo priest) known to
ans in all-the walks of life.
noyed the admiration and
ect ofl-the peasants who ap-
.Iuted his just and.-soblid,
Acter during' the more than
,ears he lived intimately
fzg th]em... '
v.he time of his death he
*working on his autobiora-
Sarnd,.- collecting songs used
6-vaious Voodoo rites. He
eliaboraoted with Doctor
i-. in writing the crudite
I&:.'Strange Altars, .'publis-'
kiT19s52. ,
'native of Marysvale.'Utah,
r 'was drawn: -to -voodoo
6tgh his passion for, rythu.
thPlie oQccnlt. He was.atirae-
ias early as 1909'to the Igq
B drums'at the AMaska-Yukod
fic Exposition in Seaitle. He
ird the same thing in Sierra
ne', and then in Haiti. When
vas released from service q
-eid of the Occupation lie.
tOlbhed himself in ti.hb -fer-
Spla's-ot the Cul-de-Sac and
inieded. the S t a te's ian
i.-a,.Izm, therer. -He hegan
vi~rin--eper into vbodoo.lore.
Vo-hIs.smail native-style home
wed a veritable carvane-.of..
[aiia; foreign newsmen, aa-
s, -celebhities, anl d'.'ethnolo.
.t.roghout th4 years. Eve-
LZ .ia.riqably resolyJa
ba.:againkL.., ....
I)'' o .. .eser enjoyed arid
|fered living, in' the country
h'is own caillem Ione of -a set',
net of a hundred mnd'huts
'de. CuIde-Sac.. He was an
ly-r.iser, beginning his day,
1d tiny front porch, jolting
vn scholarly notes in his se-
bof notebooks which 'he had,
uinfilling .for years "with the
e of five larnguages. His faith-
'kseiant served his breakfast
Pre on the porch promptly1 at
&A. His 'dog Koala and
L parrot Jocho were always
,re to keephis company dii--
g. this routine family ritual.
he rest .of the morning he
aid spend painting voodoo
igns. or .sketching neighbors
;hiarcoal, always painting two.


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.Besides th"i`- .6. Tu I 'i 0 b pcal pepe;. whW .ad on -iDo. there
Pwetr i arei celebrities ho felt" a" io i was not complete ".
.-otiiht~htfl les& tpboket: Doc <(ighf)
wMdi., Mppeaed^ :lthe eSimns Sdp:l .21,4-1958 edition with the foUId*ins


(eirfent Broadway play .Two on a Seesaw.); BRodolplie DortfraIdwhvo
flrpnd his'friend~ of twenty-nini years liWtbuidig hit this now-homle
ltodolphe, a Hasco sugar: planter had this iew home with name plate
,pnd all in readiness when .JDoc, returned from two and a ,half years
-in .lorda last mat. .
f eaci picture. to reserve' one I-ose,. Marie-iaire, -Blisiane
fdr .he delighted model Start- and Iramene whom he put
ing,to paint in 1938, oPC piled through school :.
up a fabulous s. collection in his Neighbors dropped ..in Oa
ioome. Some went into colelo- evenings td- exchange creolE
tio.s of-friends or.to Miami. His .folktales., Peasants oddi-i
favorite, Gleaming Pinemapple down the roadi near his tree
.lie' keAit with him and hnce shaded front. door always hat
wis.ecreked- to a newsman: I- a hearty n Bonjoura for .hiny a!
painted .th1 n I .ate itd. -they -tbpped.t" offei gifts 'rig,
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In the afternoon, .eiDoc Res- ing from coconuts .toan.ri
era hiked for exercise... but his moense hunk of purpl-Auh Ob
evening were given. 'to aiding sidiah gireh him by.-an old wb
his four adoptedd daughters, man who claimed it carbi .fror


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ti., last October- .he "_".;.. ^W iehir.i'-'.'.
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rthero s kpagI;1 *mW..'We hardly exchanged tDo you speak French?v
'ta^-me-h' ". "".I" ,."'" ." wenty words from asks the French white suit,
-la aket. the'time we had. ment in Ithe white helhiet,' white soul.
H4.. tiaj. d.an hourbere. We took -Non, non... not today. I
^etinostalgti..leaent of -Ieiye of each other. We' shall shall not speak at all1 I shall
&ric eii" '. ant ct loff fom never see eaih other again. "ot, hear your excuses for the
.i&u:'K. hundree'di 'r -Neither does- she know my killing of Wromen and children,
B ao.It "Aizan,I im 'going 'back name, nor I hers. I.said simply: fo1 allowing King Behanzin
`it6 Qdil&ou6.to/lkok.for 4h cG~pod luck4.? The girl's heroic to die in exile 93 years after
N .r m hat Africaitshdered. We were botherLuverture. Such a lack of
aswel's in. chants of freedom. Most. of the imagination. No, I, am not lis-
:.,j .'. substance.
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.f"r'.whe- awished.atoe' tPove' other people on. that plane.hd. teniig to the' s Oh! that
f ', me.'ung setin ee to sell. rythm, mixed with the beat of.
2aiiz +hitf4~j~Q ~fr aiDA:3an Passport? I needed no' pass7 my 'heat. That 'rythm mixed
Scompohao ithese ams" foi pprt here. Reservation? Why with the laughter of my, dead.'
S. needa reservation-- whe I Leav e be, please. I am n
' 'nQ .orgner ere mveturning home. after ihree lad, not at aU'sad. l
, ;. :hundred years of wandering.
o.. ...kh e H Danclig with me are three
he. is the sand of. my lake .
U:. Cae .., bac -, eu e e ,ad m le girls, their' dresses wet with
::js. mgfb..ybgs- towdt, Here,. the red earth of t h t e .a fn, ... r. e
l.-.. ee:_.S;7-: y'e--,. 'Neither. e s ko .y kiing the- tears of Aizan. -P1len
'he soaks-left: here -,- *m. *kigdom's capitals: Alada,. le e. fo -
^ .*n-3-' -- 'i-'-; *'' 'n I- T i-ii -leave "me -b?, fellow-latimist of
......ree 'undrd eas agoin" : nqe, or A I sall lthe left B nk. al" ave. a
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"'";(iaihere to take; the. bac.`d: l.ong the shore. I -shall u.plaeyr a la o
t't:a. ',btm w*ithn, sin at -a#r "with th ph ]ea. t o iday for yon, if possible..'. a day
^atfdci:.:,whom wish*d:,te''" kove-'W ith.r peop leaves. 1p shall t to h sea. O rhat
';:,.'..,. ,... i to talk ab6ut... Let us say...
*s -^^ -^,''. ,a' ffi.'speakstorthe sea. I shall sit on y h m,
.a-0., i,* : ";..,, ., t IM at' ".tn p ". bar of the the e o the Am ricans
. W n et ";.d' t, d .'Pl ge order a"srprhniti'ie rt a
*0 1 a"., .. liave-' fifteen days and: fif-
.put.-...f..-..'.and make .....ba-: teto ngt 'get dnrunk offe
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S.was not -enough tions-to the godso f my house. Dahmy air, to at e at
h,: `be'd'r,, e yanya- A whe-n Icaltf the eWarter he iala e
iei totull eog- shall know that .I an no tbur- o f my naowla, .fil
S..':.-r o a o emy' veins with the dIark wine
*.**: -,f/ ,* '. '-...... ".. A j P -... -Of. h f rst rains, -to swim
!'Mi4 n 'The custoaiis officer question o m f to swi
S, a fthehhrieomedt tm.he'a n re .a yo amog the sharks that'will not
......-, .."...:..- ed ,meo W here all you .. .. ..
ale ,t: ,.a.;.e',.u:, n elt Urt"A v sorrow-legs and -my
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gi.a4as. .. iime"at', .ter "a 0 .n.L"-d root-like arms
f .-'i i -j .'u .,ey'. : T h e w 4 1 .k.t isi W.. h.t h v.e t F ,
.:a w w .tn h Your nationahgty, o What have the French given
f% a : Haitian. ,-. to *Dahom.y? Bicycles. To-
"..-de .'.- theaya- Did henw.-atknow t Haiti and night, I will' attend the raty
1 Dahomey mean "Earth and of .the U. D. D. (Union-Demo
a -.yl. '-h &.-,`. Was nei it i .. e h h d
h:ome:. '. "' I ne.- "' .Heaven -in my .language? ciatique Dahomienne).
Z.hap nor'proud:- It %Was Could he know?, But he.woiild What do they want? Free
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e -g.rae. not p eknow geo- sectionss; Beaitif'lly .dressed
iia~d1, greatpess r, smtha n g i_ i *ii *\* i r 1 *
a,,..,. ..,', n" ...e -graphy and cathechism, but .as in' the tribal costumes of their
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ieRK 'm much.4 fish kn6w how to swim'-and princes and princesses, they
'yn4O emetary'jt Was sone-q,
-i^^ 1?the ^'.dru ens: s meas .dogs know how 4to bark. want 'free -elections.
"e.. In the harbor' three arge .That .they did not have, but
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9'o ay-.ste.mars. were..bad.ng the' there"is'no 4tred in their fac-
... ... :-.. .---.. blood and the!. sweat ofmy es. Nor s there madness, in
&ron 'and'ath t same, 1y. g -t g n
V .. f'. "- .- ... :.' haetrs and my grand tbeir gesture, A or lament inl
i-.e .a :. soswt'wo.'t be long! It .WonY their voi.es. They want free-1
,tcpildn'tstop ,singig.'blong!D across e dom.'
t f.erfrom the sensation .Atlantic Ocean to bring the They are determined too
.edom had just :ome -back message? n Speak,-speak,* it determined to hate, to be an-
shook hand.'.with a' was' as if Agou TAroyo, god gryort6.-cry..
"'rom Algeria. She was to of the seawas stirring. the wav As thee, people observed a
tinUe on the' plane.to Al- es to match the iythi' of my 'minute of silence for their dead.
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censured that little piece of ir
fdor'iation from the reportage
-of Radio Cotonau.
'.Need I say more about the
true face of the' liberal idealis-
tic, idyllistic France ol the Re
volutiox? You know there is
'no/race predudice at. all, none
whatsoever. You know.
In 1958' I saw in Cotonau
the white, and black tragi-co-
medy that was. played 'itth
such a maestria in San Domin-
gue by 179.0. So!',I. could srile
also wiith6ut madness. I spoke
to myself, to'the sea,-to the
gods.: What thy revealed to
me' I. shall one day tell .my
people.' .
Three days later, I met Kin"
Aho, a guisling'of the Freqc'
Government He is tfe Can-
:ton) chi'. of Abomey, appoint
ed. by the. Governor. He gets
loans from the Bank, of Benin
tc.keep his palace .filled 'ith
one hundred-wives. '
* Sevfenree of the' queens
.danced _for" a group' .of. white
people while his .sbjects put
dust\'o.i thir. head "to 'congra-
tulate him. I saw all that, bui
1I talked to'hinIh. I told hii"m some
hingof what I feltji bad talk-
ed."4wi.h his sbn,"-educated in
Paris, I ,informed him..f Iclink-
ed champagne glasses with his
daughter, competent princess-
secretary., I flirted with his
niece, Princess Assiba- (Jaocque
line) Ahosi, 'daughter .,of a'
Behanzin princess. He sent mnie
to visit his Hounfort (temple)
in company y with, his son, Aho
.Justin Blaise. I shook the'.aqon.
I sang and danced for the houn
(piest) qnd the- houisi (pri-
estess). But I talked td them.
Anid finally, they told me.'.-.
They told me thia half of
the population had b6en killed
by. the French troopss when
King Behanzii revolted. There
was no place for sadness 'in
.he heart of the drunken child.
I sang on and danced. I' tllra-d
"n an, talked. I ate all the
"obd served me, drank beer
'hampagne and ,also large cups
-f centennial sufferings., end
*'miliation without gargoils
face.
Princess Jacqueline (that
must have been given her, by
i French lover) tobk.ne to
-ce her mother and 'to have
dinner with her. I told them.
.ncaueline translated for 'me
h1P oom liments of her old wo.
rnmn who does not steaks se-
",I lanniaues (Frencei and.l.
-14M,. Anrl four Africandialects


,-.-;oc 'her native fon. She has'


no definite


name, not:


SJoimally initiated' to vod l
SFirst names and family*aI3
'are not very important il
homey.', They reverse the
- hill. Voodoo servants are.
Sa new name. The husband i
Give a new name to-hi
wife. Jacquelire is o.ii L:
i Roman Catholic and an' uni
ried girl. Thb only Catholic..
SI sawi in hber home wae'sa,
pai:nas it was duringM the 1
Season. She never woreE'I
pean dress,' as I saw het' i%.
dresses on, a line. She "l
battery radio, always tured
' full blast on Radio Gharina
Jacqueline sat, her ,bpi.
bare, while 'her mother wa,-
ing tome 'and .did not.'ljl
to' cover the upper .part of0)
body when we were caldl
dinner or-,veii when we'.."
drinking beer on the porch]
the camp-hotel. Jadqueliraj1'
otherr Dahomey women have,
complex' about nudity. .Sjhie.
vertheless is a c6.quette'm:.I
It takes her'one our to'A
dressed with two pies bf "
lorfu1. drapery ovr..-her bs
and one second to undress.'i
never takes off 'the threel-
of precious 'woo& -'(a' sorit df t
hoop affair) which' she: We
Jt6 increase the ampleness :ot'
hips. In fon t s beht is I'c..
i ^" '>'
as .bebe. |
'The prinxeges receive. -r|
,ing in love ini their early yoi
and are the .only womeriit
in Dahomeh who ar. freei
liect their own' lovers and
change:.them at will. '.S
i talked 'to ,Jacqueline -:i
shi- knows everything. Ads
'is an approach to knowi.
sehe told nie what I want4t
liowr. She revealed that he.
d Ahois s'not die King ofA
mey. The rdal sitccessor .
hanzii lives in the Palac'i
Clindo. His Majesty the&"
Togul Ahossodi Agoi"'Agboj
I determined to'pay a v- .
A his Majesty. ,"
(To be continued. in ouX.'3
ing edition). :
F. Morisseau Leroy,:, ,
outstanding p o e t-actor-jof
list-playwright lina wriitew"
our readers this interestilini
Station 6f his trip to Africa,'
year. A gtest of UNESCOi':
sponsored his tip abroad, i!
'isseau visited New York, X
don, Paris on a lecture -tom
'as in Paris when the UNES
coordinatorr showed hih."aM
and began charting hi.'fn"
travels, that' Morieseau tap


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.iEYA FTRUARY 1Lt. 1959 "* :' HAITI S
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Z HAiTIAN ENGLISH- LANGUAGE NEuwsPrA Rbbrt'TopiW'Alfe
; tomnumtity Weekly Published Sunday .MlrningA ,., P.6ff-t' 'pl...w.
'2 'EUJEOR-PUBUSHER- BERNARD BIEDEEWIM. Me :^i& hia!ni
LZANT-RESPONSABLE, l- :- Io.E.-a',. ,ew.svit
S' b .* Q 1i r,, '.one. .bf.v
Of C '* iyiPa 'slight-catch. H
Sgno ng Pubic .Opinion- 'av.enoil when h
-' '~h~did away with a$
SroducesFear And. Suspicit his head wasn'
Here is a situation.in Haiti whic.-in another .cuntryComing back down e
d4-be considered disastrous'in the full sense of the -wor:spa
questionn of news disseminated by the public and the c.w A tourist going
S" ". "', .. '.. "' ". "- cow. A tourist going"
Wuoanted~to fake a
Z4 present apathy is one '-o 'the jeatst contributors to auto wantedto take a
cion arns fear.'- ,.' ,, Robrt having bee
ews- story breaks. 'Nobody waits to read i -i'-the ne4.. --,' -
irs, or epect to. hear it on the radi d .'.tlEr-is the 'slight- '
chance -the news might have political. overtones." Even
sieager .to know the ttuee stpry. have. t6. rely ,on 'what, 4 -
lei down,: and, cases given- appropriate. coloration by- -
pi. n6t inaccord .with ,the, glvernme6nt. ,.
1e.press' ontbbthMet. handywhen itmakes the effoit 'to -
0iral the factsoRfte as;notsunss..mto;.asto.4e w. ,T here -" .
I.Sri.us ak.of unde*f dig*.of'how impOr t.tit is to. ,.
nn-.th.'dpublic. To fail to credit: th public with intelli-' ,;. -,
e calkeaveer.ios consequences.. sisterss -dt propaganda : 'tiULDA
i' spaRed ate attitude, here. ." .. ""
.u.examples this past week ilustrhate.theie lack of-.-iformni. .",. .' ,.-
pubiic opinion. .. ; ... '( '. -. :. .
o mon were shot .to death. by a Police agent as they. C i-6
iem.the'act of'lighting a:f 'fire with the aid of a bottle,bf Cf
ihea- an -matches, accord ig 'to a police message. The : '9 rdao.l
e.,Csaid "they had not identified these me .'and cobild.vo. ',
leer no other inormation'.than the routine police message' :' .h .
Inne .wsfpaper.blamied-the,m'eirfbr the -wave of -fires over-
.kend; 'another gave their;,. names but the pfib1cW.. ggot'
A ....... .. "gw, th"".. .. T h .:te io .
ili ry. iue -t 'lack dof fcts avaiilbe. ,Thtaea I
relnurtured by ypebple', unfrienrdly 't the lpresent;Ad-
l. .tio',;snopreha hes-n ,a *.beei .teby. "the.e.
i-' o 6. t- A. e ''b
SSunday. afternooti n -. il.AfrX-6urs .before' y w.,eyret t ar '"t "A
,Eve'ntTqe -,uithdrities must s, lyrely 'hAve.t.eht 'about "."':..."
Widely circulated :versitn.o.' :.., .*,". .v "-
?ere bid matte f .est ..: '; ": ": "-,. .".
-leaitione'thundred versions of-the&Wednesday mobrng: "
0 er dO onstrati.xn*.hav e.bee .;cic ua w'. .,, "r.'-',,t ; '.. .. ."
n ek gi.g Of Head. Mistre.Osat.U.e" .w yc6e deEJeues. ,
1: res.lted;ien :aa protest by. t!e .. de ju e TH .
,e6Wuation and sery-few.fadts.'; A, :'' ':''. ^:
.iChevrolet. car 'with. bullet h6les.and blody'font seit t ti LIk
eeledea'l7niiorning shoppers .if busy-4btow...P'ort- i CORPQRATI ON
.iuce, Thursway, &4. athe publ hnzorei tha 24 h6ur: ..ffeng al
d.. : b I .: ,o f f ei r -Ii.l ,
.. new ..pp.ae I
lhE. & suupicions and fears befdeaiy:'newsappear ': Stability,: Cox
is:case and the news' 6bly tofd the.p pub.lf-r'W t they i ".'del, conSumn
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Pely is. that'-of ignoring 'pubicopinion. .. .' -- .. :":


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}Mneri allemaind pende en crinrmne;f'dgerie-.. '',- .i-
our actions soldateqiues.: a masque anpnymat;"< i ..,
4tr'ft fait mhine, mot.-pas gaingniitmj me-.trmn h .,.. ','
,ar luctuer ldgijie eitre'. mghitin t ,et' tggi er ,' ., ..
?ott- rdvolter devant- execudtion- 'somma'ii e,i.' a .
pb&: Mini, gardez nhon, bombe spu.Hiroshima, .
-rusma quUt6 baille .Japs oun pouss6eoe- 6ea?.'..-i' :,"
burnals' tdte begouais fourreri credob'-ktgafe. Y'..'
'anks, zott voyer,,,pour.dictateur assure plaquee,
nq, 5% messieurs ap'grbssi .ompte bi banque .
riolfemmes, castfation mnils,-c6 conte-pbur aivis..
kin nd'-libeateur briseri'aanbhe esclavage, :
[u famr'ordre etla' loi,, zott. crier. Al'envi.- .
tb6r moune civilis" pas-juger bte "euvage. '.
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ALARS}T 1QTO20'PERCENT And ScnoolTuiion j
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29th.
O e 9'ing paid ,CL1dasses,' and there re, 'two cass- .The Decree' referred to the iJ
:.,.ok: li- 4 r:. ', -.- #..
b-iva: .living ..";er&?j pecdialaccord wduld be ap- January 2Ist, 1959 Decree 'r--
.t: piw:ac- 'tproach1 ythe -Minisrof during by 20% government
^A '.-t A i." ., ." i ",' i'.. c,.-.;.: r ^; .. *' "> cy
.f.ct 'b..y.th'cut-Ste V.iriade to.-nego with employees salaries, expenses of bli
lxr44_6, -,, he 'o coomc....' unt
"h'El Lsct "and.Frqnck_ ..tha"'on the economic mdasr functionaries, gubsidies-and pen
..,Ii.... : ,-. '- .:.. ^ ".k-. 5 to 'be apiiped. sions in view of.' the economic
.... ....y i" tar
f,. 3 p m.biii."'--I-S'U and financiall crisis facing the
..;TE4CHERS, UNION, ASKS 7
,... f"%3ONSfDERATIfNlT c~urtiy.
:, S. l.. beh",0sou : bmt e:!'". ,,";.. h icoenden .prt d.. fa
twM T? ek ,i If further pointed out that
Au*'^' .^^ : ., .':;-**-:;*...,..;. ." he Presidentt repievf .
''ii5:""" 20 toe a requests from the the salares of. employees. ofa
PK 1 vorably to'-'a -busfo h
erepicormmeraethrea 0d. National ,uAninofu s:tutora nmrcejad industrSry had
.oioecsst-.fnid. ofn...sgs ,- .
.:'c1....4 t 0- ... th;:2"et f u d ar ficil n. ComI u.qu6 y alw tas been relatively low and
|^ te -;'' .,-% .... !, .. a .,,:. a .o -, m1
U&a-.,'.:. .'Ithe,,;,.prehsent -eco n. n oun.ed t. e -, that it was a matter of urgen-:
,,,^ ..* +.. .: '.:.,. ., .;, .; anart-,
..micalandd.man.'t criss which -l- thatall measures shoi4uld be
!, .ik ni.i,.afi..tk a.menit of.Fliimn a ddbeen, plac'.-
& ? ,t :.- : ^ .:* .. ,= L ". .. .' .'.. -L
teuntry State.taken to rede 'the cost of
n l:.l.',:;'. ,', crisis ,ie x easure a d ""b pen -pa to re_ d. "
ACL-.:to I compensate
As 1 e.:fr. -1 Pcom enates ]ihg The first-step deemed
'imp om Primary ho,1.4ea.heis
.as .from .xpotatin."are" the 1 out due ecessary was the question of
the ,0%:-cut du 'the.u- n e a
-J-..rfjc th"': -..PO ., ffe...e:rop "t at
ftelecg..the.pioo.'pffeecp rae .of the ,dudational rent required of them and that'
t&which.^ ist^,- t5dkO poa.ne o the o dunr-fhscatinl-- *l
t 0 s d ... of the i :school feaa- they are
-0 .1w., ,. ... drve for the country..-This; ca6 .- ..
-.J9Prf.o-r* ,!pounds oy feh ar.e'Pm -obliged to pay for'their chil-
I .ea ', .m ~uu-:- :" :"- t te iory.Ogf teac ir r aid'$ .S .-O. R -
fe^;--i00 .90 'dre' ?'^.. *
compared y'th 58000 '" "ren 0; 0
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;... *"*^ "-.':...':.,-; ... :'*..'T he high school, college and l .... .
.a....ist m yan.. ,.Th hghoweds- ." .o .' an should- the ,landlord refuse .to
'KaA"';;'-;'--. **^^^:^*l^^''^ itni'*,.w verstty professo0rs wvhose sa *. *,.
Ot.ir -. .. ,u p. oe.,o receive .the-amount of he:ren-
^^Sz.pi~ .9~fe ci4$,coxinnumciie ]arqs over..$ 50 are submit e nd. the
*diOtchsoboib ^o .,h.su.ix-mo.,are N -tal under.'.the, .new basis, the
fiLdbb-o1.th..' e oa 20% cu.t .' "" tenant should -within i1.5' days.'
t thna'rP.RESIDENT v aDUVAL after the, due date, deposit the
SNai -TAXES. SALARY.CUT amount of tt- reuit, with the
.President ).rango-luya 'Cashier of '.the. Tax .Adriiihnis-
*.P .9. "
!16cr'.esidt'siD aettet ient tratio6n, under :penalty of Jlosing
S Orgaism, ,gr.oups'of.Eainahceai'n- Tiesday. asked the. benefit .of -th- reduction
'.,o" f-" -:- o "r n
iifcer.-tp. I .S1 .7-t'his 0/6 -t b keepi(10ga)df(ifL'A '-t
A.h ec aso. Aio i keepiaea gsu'to, Tax office byj. : he 1
l-e.? .'onomy,. asurej tenant .ivll, be taken out repre-
^-;. .-. : .. .*^ i : '?" }senting'. fine against the *la d-
`.vema-,^ meAO'- .:. 'e -:-an
S 'ning O ,'Secog. d Semester "ClasseS "-This reduction of ients Js a- '-
,tY' :.et% Haitian Aericn rstitute- -expp6bnal and temporary media)
: ,::. a- .. : n st t t .: 1 .. -.:.. ,
.: .w..C .... ^. .,' ,... -.. : _. .,, ca u sed b y th e p re se n t
LfI-.a.A.erca-iI eriii"I"""e '- circumstances and in no way)
r :pe i -ti1fre .anlUnC1 ,.-'. carries on a se affects the rate nor mariner of
bAIi i*rn]May tue .Iof nfi .- yearg of English collecting of property taxation. ;
..y;irom-.:M&y "Februa-, s.": in French- for oreigpers. 'The fees of all kindergartens,
,;tilFErida.Feiy 6 The secondsemester wil'con- 'primal. and- high. schools of
urg whi"' egitation" for. .tiiue until Grduation Day'on the Republic, effdtive Februa-
seconWsenembters- s .June 19, "' "., ': ry 1st, the. Deree further, pro- -
.* ..'"i tke .. =.pl l 1 '- -- ":.:,.."- .'.:- .vided, will submit' to 'a reduc '.
'st willRegistration will -take lace tion of': 20%. -Establishments
tht5 inituister I. 2 nth-eunt -fi c tte Rpubic, ffhisv
,ing-.eth, thereguar .Office hours. failing ,to comply, with "this
td inedt.r :as: the. Discotheque, from 9 a. measure williave their licenses ,
P "mi ".'::.b,'".^ '" 'm. ,u ti1r 12m. and from 4 .. revoked.
oiled..- .,ery' hnew stu- rto 6:30 p. i. fron3 Monday '-" ---
S,:hen P ebra 2 until Friday Fe-..
""IT-'"-" "-
yegisteter. (a ..,e tInsti 6braarx 6. ,Ty i library will be
NtiBl ha b.;fake.a brief nt .as usual during Registra-

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Colonel Jacques
Laroche Gets :,
-Jacques Dessalines
Decoration '.:
Qn a citation- 6f aHaving
ren proof of exemplary dis-
dline and devbtion,m Colonel
cques Ldroche, thli: week,
is awarded by His Excellen-
the President of the Repu-
c, the. decoration of aCom-
anderD in the Order of Mili-
ry Meiit --Jean-Jacques Des-


'salines the Great.a .
The, popular young. Ci
of Haiti's Armed Forces"i
graduate of .the Class- (f.
a talented' lawyer, and-.:'
English, Spanish, 'Germani
Italian. Colonel Laroche
holds the' Chair of Law at
ti's.'Miitary Academy. 5
A member of- tha. Ge
Staff of the Aimed For4
Haiti, he is Directingd -o
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Renders the Teeth Dazzling ;

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FE'. *'. i xi.prgl- position holdinhg th e elftion of her interest in Haiti.
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Ufsitions ifi: ftviicatl carved ith v various rcided on building a special stu-
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g'.,works Prliqe" jolive ritlhison- He a-o0explained that:Miss
:Pierre W:'hoM ikt :Antoniia, nowniMarried Dunham is awaiting word f Vom
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day, that they had decided to oh. their, facef was the g-ea
collaborate on completing their tribute that could bL.:-pid..I
father's ...-life story, -the first. Reser.. They'knew.. their' .
.Ch!apters.of which aDocs Reser and there- was', no needl
had, already' written. words: .'- I -...
Both Sotny' And-dhis sister This man's' treatment 'of
Marie-Claire speak -Frenich gnd' poor creatures suffering&,
Creole, having lived some four- mrnta1 illesses was- extri
.teen" years, in Haiti. They un- dInarry and. comparable to:;
derstood their, father, and be- modern ,psydioanialyt. J
iides a,.filial: affection "'.they .. ..- :.'
~both deeply-"loed "and rhspect- A man wh had. seeni
ed'him. Reser at work at Pont Bei
Rodu1phe Dontfraid, '.a life- and at Signea- sid to-oo.qp
long ,close' friend of Stanley pairticular:- uiThat", ..man -I
.Henr Reser, in 'Haiti,"had 'ould chhse-. 'the devil,'Iui
built a-fine woodei 'cailled,' nyon' h -ead. -".,. "-::
'for Doc during his absence. Hg Selden .Rodman n his bI
hid"it ready'when -he- : returned. HAIT.I: THE BLACK-RE
f.ry&o'Miaffii .lst Fe.--. it Wasr BLIC, 'said of' Doe" R
Rodolpfi; the- good.frieAdc, 'who AStanley.. Reser, onehd o
aL4te the Resers .itlih-'tune- ewY .few- -foreigners, who.
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rat' Farrangements. =- .een,. -accepted- a a ade4
,4.Sim-p.e 'fuieral..rites were finse4f, A.defines 'vaudou's
-sung for .tbe 'deceased at St. it terms rather of the vaud
Anrie's Cathedral at 4:00' P. ist's. well-kncwijability to li
.M,. Wednesday, by. the Reve- le liye coals: or, to effect-i
rend-Fatlir Kebreau.' pricing, medial ctures.?,--
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.-.Doc Reser was accompani- 'likes' to say, ay is -.superna
ec'io his last resting place in4 but -iany Ihingp. are.inea
.Port iaUP .nc i l metii .. E-.c.able or a.abnormal. T
It6rieur.'_Thsere wa s no funeral -aian.-pea.dnt is simply- '.
drationt' None -was nrecL sary. to--nature, and.igbs beep.
The, groumpf,.people frof"'ithe hundred" f yea.r, than-wef ;
pfaijni of' t"f Cul-.e-Scf'ih i-. 'so empirically- he 'is i_
.len.t.and respeqtfitA, deference .-toh -.ithe *is-of.:nA
oo~l. aroudtih. grav ith. many ft which- are; tli bi
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:d;'oo ( ^T ^*i < 00.-in .disputed items $65 each for the 3,464,210 ii1: I"Stats rants and t.e'Aie
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peasants Get Less for Sugar And Coffee- -. 'GOVERNMENT PAY habitant-s-that any economic id.oanis;. 1,000o000.odro
Regime Ties Recovery To U S.,Loains : REDUCED improvement-could spark. iapid .fr an, 'Internationaril'.Ba
/I.:"/ ..." "". "*" "- ;" ': Ofi the operating side, sal- g.ains. ': fO ReBntruc.. .".. on.. ;
SBy PETER KIHSS meat, delays buying a, sewing aries'of the 27,000 Govern- Rain is ffeeded. w, meinr -ad. .
speciall to 'The New York machine, reduces 'his cockfight *ment employes are-being cut EVELPM-T- '" spe:t "y' --: Si
S- Times). bes .. .",. .'\ :. -10 Fer cent for those earning DV OM T -. .. AN-
\ .F ur-fies .... HOPEb FOR,. -. 'dfia eprl" ,
oFour-fifths fHaiti's people below $50 a month, 20 pr .HOSf.. FO.R d 0,.
orltau-Prince, Haiti, Jan.' are peasants., But Ti Jean feels cent for others---starting in The Government hope' ;the hiler ienture; :", "o6
z-In..the.northernvmountains,''
... the northern mountains,' much lest'than lie would' in' a i'-,bruary. This is absorbing a .UVited States. D e1 -n& iin. .p.ivai'.. "..
Jean, the Haitian peasant, more developed country the in- former. 10 per Cent, .aoluritai- L .oa Fund wi]l aI rave.' F. 000,0 00 n bidb t6 $4
harjesting his coffee beans. 'creasing 'economic. woes of 'i a defense fund contribution., irrigation ahd .tainage'.WI, woks ,.' "' ." '^ :
wife carries them atop her President, ran.ois Duvalier's' The pa- cuts, aim ..t save 'urgently" needed o avoid .salt- The:-g e'h
ad .in.-a gallon can? to a vil- governnafit. ahd 'the urban' folk' $4,000,000. Government. em- ing. the Artibuite Valy, pl ed 'ed-. nel..:"iO'"'conn"
, agent of Port-au-Prince. ployment is excessive and a 3,UU zor a, ,sugar m.'.lL,. Si & .ik "Wasi.I....
[l the C l de Sac plain,. The: hard-pressed fifteen- sometimess considered a 4ot :H-16P for. $f2;3QQ,000 outh-nmneienT
ierpeaants are cutting their month-old Governmejit is at s public relief. Perhaps 2,0,OOU. er 'road 'loaje6m ..defrred :geftihn '$86,000this,
: cane. By oxcart, they temptin. a 40 per cent slash employes have 'been .replaced until after July'l' -. -:- Le.hman B e&nrt^I .-
'e it to open railroad cars i the regular budget, original n the- traditional ..partisan O'ne calculation sees, $15,000, .bankei,. $S 0,000.
d -for the mills. ly set at $38,400,000 for 'the polls' system in ,two years. 000' in. development ': activity. overhaul publc-adinii
he'.- ordinary, peasant has year beginning last Oct. 1. The f-ficiency hes been 'hiurt.' *-:. tls year that.'couldW increase and promot.evEe
" tw acres or less in thesp year before ,spending had been The currency has '.eniained .,' '.
ijr cops. With 300 pounds $31,600,000, with a.$1,000,000 table at .5 gourde"to' the dol-. .. ..'. '. :-.-..; .,'-.l:.'
cffee;-he may .get $45'a. deficit. 'Even the: $8,000,000 .ar':This. is despite ,the trade A.:. BE C A -H-CH C '" R
: years- cash for his family army may. now be hit.. .dopM ` foreign exc"ange;'i" .' .QMEnd! .. .-..
we or six, half of last year's Revenue pe. The price'is down be- rea odnly' $22,900,000. Of this,, of. -Haitian :funds abroad, partly:, the Commi-nigl Academy. ;hera P 3jiauJl, r
pa of.world over-production. customs i tventue may be only in a squeeze" iove by' the pj- was named to the post of Tech- .cent;'ye mpamib-b
wo years, of- drought hav $12,OqO000. The declfe..in ,liticpl.l' opp6aition. .P.esident nical ounsellor:at the'Banqd6, waieand sich."a"t
hJurtL. Haiti's cops. This coffee .and sugar exports- causes Duvalier'esti iateg Haitian" de- Populdire tblombo-Haiti ie upI.spoet a
i,' sugar yields .Only twelve less buying .from abroad.'Hen- posits i. United', States banks this 'seek. He%'waginstaledtoa ibro ..c..f..:..:.
mxteen tons pn two acres, ce, receipts from both 'export' at $11;00000/ ..... .Wednesdy Bank:
Ieadof the normal twenty, and import duties go. doWi i. The,.'currenc d. 'Wdedpoits ja-'Viayl.'b .i".c .;-fi r ".' -..."
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s''price': is stable, but Praymqnt oq G o -v' nenmt' here sagedLlst Auut to only "" .-.-.. '..--... ".W': '"..
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,aa t may .get only *$44 chleb iks :being fr6quently-de-. $21,5000.00, n -andii .foieign '. .JeanCtde D..andt=a.. ,.,ES a noeC ont -^
IrS$g.f srop, .against a "layed. h' ''" erve t6 ,300o06o. son on a v1tudy trpt -mi.2\,.
'.$.; .' :. The budget was fif.t reduc- .i4j; i -- the .Ith i .:ternatio 'C: '.
.'.pean. actually dependson ed. by debt readjustmen1 nal" Monetary'Fud, agreed"to Coonel .s... Truji6,
'itence farming-mangoes, .Short-terim debt to d theNational. let Hiti buity. -.$,op,000000 i tory t a.Attai, th6a Do i"nca' i. 'ibit'n
.... to he-a t .let- E:ii:`bdy,', J
-rirce, beans, a pig chick- Bank was consolidated in413, 4ohlansf'gourdesover*a year, Erbasy' in Haiti returned' ;Vieni attbi;lnsti r
With less cash, he is hurt. 000,000 of newten-year bonds, and $2,500,000. has so farr been Wednesday a..noponfronh.i.he. I.t: a K'h"- yougi"a".
le s. cloatng, eats les secured, :by coffee .pof. dfawn.'- .' neihbonIPrepubla'", e x..s.t
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Anj~cds he stated, so ita*
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o....%... -,'' Contest at. M, -ashe]
,o-a ,, .ecord for.. speed-.and- pe:
ofctl1; -the forin-ance for the past' sx year
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-Alarm Device
Demonstrated
To Businessmen-
,Mr. Shannon "E. Yarborou'gh
'of tli. -Shannon. Company of
Port-auii-Prince, Hatiti, this week
gave an interesting display of
an ingeniotus'and apparently ef-
feciive .burglar-alainm devieb to
SDirectors of'the Jaisaica Cham-
Sier- of Comnmeree.- '
Accompanied by: a running
Commentary y Mby Yarborouigh
the device wats pit through its
pacets and is -':.aparently both'
bu.glar-and.-fol -. proof, faith-
i lly giving its warning 'signals
-wheever any unauthorized at-'
lempt is made to entei premises
clojsdi'for the night .'
S:..wThe6 system .also-indicates tO.at
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some doo or orwindol is left im-
locked when the .place is. being
iosecld for the night-,thus fore-'
s talking' 'ayattempt,-by anyone.:
sleve, s.me spot :unguraded.,
W e ii th e' al a' m o1 s 1f
Whn te*axan~t :goes off -.it-
*1eeps on ringing the bell until
it is turned d fI .with the'sa .
it is u n i- arnme .
key whichh-originally set it. The
system izn also be bied.jii with,
a. simultaneous warning to..the
I ,- -. ,
police.
A short time ago'Assistant Po-
Slice Commissio.one Langdbn gave
an- interesting talk -to Directors
'"Of t.i.e Chambler" on the 'inci-
d' denice of burglaries,-burglars
a -
*andhdtheir method-s and. aavoca:.
ted. 'tili. adoption;' of burglar


alarmsn in business premises.
Mr. Yarbrough returned to
Port-au-Prince- on Monday.
..(Reproduced from the
., -, ,J.amaica-Times-)
O0'O ..
LIBERIAN LEAVES '
JOR WASHINGTON
Miss- Rachel Smith, neice of
-the LiberiFau Ambassador, 'left
yesterday, to take up her slt-


'dies.in Washington, D..-C
gay young teen-ager' whio
a year. in Haiti during;j9
she acquired a French.ei
and special technique ..jO
Haitian meringue and fl
was active in' the smat;
sel of the Capital: Miss:.
.announced that .she~woii
turn here whenri classes Cdo
thp" sLtmmer vacation., .i


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WELCOMES ITS MEMBERS TO H
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"_* AND SUGGESTS.' ,
S FOR- YOUR CONVENIENCE.: I
.At PORT-AU-PRINCE. ':- -tern-atinal And, 'Ca
And- PETIOWVILLE.- ....Chotcoue.;'- a '
- : ; "... FLOWER SH TPS:-;IaS
',HOTELS: Beau Rivage, Cas- LIMOUSINE SERVICE .
teihaiti, Inte'rniopnal 'Cbuntry SIGHTSEEING: He aiuz ?'
:Club,-Sans Souci Hotel, 'Rivie- and -agic' Island TotS
ra Hoel "Simbie Hotel, Hotel A. Ato-Rentals U-I rive:rD
Plpza 1otel Splendid. : ..System.., : ..: :'"'
.REW.AURANTS: Aux Co- '.HOTELS: Hldel Choucik
saqu Nobbobe & Bondel, Sa.vey Hotel Dambalp, .Hotel Iba.'
Restaurant. ., Hotel, Modtana, I.ofef"
GIFTS-- SHOPS: La Bellp Cr6ole; Hotel iMajestic".,
Creole, Bolte a Musique. (all choir, Le -Picardieb .ReC
Haitian records), Canap& Vert, AT CAP HAITIIENA-L":'%
Fisher,.. ritz.. MT.w, Haitian HOTELS: HostelerieA
Craft (Airport), Maison, O(ien- Chripstophe6 and M'- i 'S"
.ale, "Marid Jeianne, Naotte tel U-D.ive,: Hertz Syste.i
embryobo eries) Ramirez Shop,'.. ROLAND-VORBE,.|
Store '-Club, and Tam-TamL. Load Reprmsiitativ02
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Ir and Mrs Albert Hill-ob-
rved their-Silver wedding
tiyersary, Wednesday night.
te HASCO Maninaer and his
ie -were entertained at-' a
affet dinner on the Montana
Itel terrace'by their life-long
ten ds, the Anton Kneers.

i boys were bornri to
mer C&e d i.,e u Mon-
lw The -Hotel 1Ooffson drum
r- that evening declared' cI
=Lt knw how I ,do it. -
Alie and Bunny Cah'ez
-abig -son M a. r k-Ri-
td He arrived on Decemn-
A ll Th. The .fami expects
Istop in the U. S. for he:nekt
Ne months, while pgpa stu-
es. electronics. .
0-
Arnold Goldman, son of the
6-Cweur Barber, 'in]j.ured
I1lKwh.wlen- Jhie; felI from a
B ^rt -M L e construe-
th',te 'new' S e d.r-.e n
,.Mr. Gfold'ian. travelled
p:to Gonaives to. see his son.
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Lieutent- Claude Martino
1 T.Lnian Gauthier were 'wed.
jine Sacred Heart 'Church
4'jurgeau Iin a 630 P. MJ
[&nony on ednesday.
ye oung.a aa-
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;pea to tiile."st-bytMrs
fted,, Gauttbier, IMatton-of-
Biir nd mother of the bride,
|onel Garoute 'Commnander
-bhe Miitary Depetent -of
^West'was Best Man, '
1Phe briddeand .groom': were
Wen an' imnpressive honor
ji and left the church un-
M the crossed swords of the
iftenant's fellow-officers. -

lJack Ryan, Manager of Rey
4 Haitian Mining Compa-
>and other Reynolds' inter-
Sis presently here for a
(0rt interum
Mr. and Mrs. R.-H. Rotici of 34
vInue, New York, visited Haiti
SChatelet "des Ileurs during the
Seek. Mr. Rolici is a prominent
ent lawyer in the U. S. and knows
I t'the terms and phrases of the
ent laws.
CTom 0 DownUnder.
(continued from page 1)
p'-weekend here discussing
&al marketing with Delmnar

0r Candy and Murphy who
Stopping at El Rancho will
er the entire Caribbean and
uth- America on their pre-
tt trip. The Kiwis were'hap-
I; to find their butter sales
Iber one in sales price and
Wit on the Haitian market.


Point IV Official ________


Back With Vermont


SBride


Womens' League There he was wed to Miss
TO Observe Mary PLeet whom he proudly
25th. Anniversary presented at a cocktail party
Ligu& Feminine d'Action So- given in honor of the bride
i -ind groom by Point IV.Direc-
cidale President, Miss Marie-Thc. and groom by Point IVDirec-
re o and tor and Mrs .. Harry Yoe at
rese Colimon and bier commit- te o o villa
., their. Bourdon villa.
tee announced the coming ce-. .
lebration on February 22nd. of l n
the 25th. n o t A-large number of friends,
the 25th. anniversary, of the jends.
both Americans and Haitians
foundation of the League. The bther .a Hie ta
manifestations will begin with gathered -to tender a warm
wecoean ood wishes to
a Mass at the Cathedral on e and g
Saturday, February 21t. fol- the newlyweds. Among those
lowed by a Luncheon -at -the attending were U. S. Ambassa
League's plubrooms in the Ex. dor Gerald Drew and -Haitian
position City. -' Cabinet Member. Jean A.. Ma-
A Banquet willU.taRpe-place at gloi6 nd.Marqare'.
Hotel -Plaza, the same evening, Vermont is the dairy heart
-and on Sunday, February' 2nd. of 'the United States as -well
!the Sectibn des Jue e :of- the as a ski-ing center. -Mrs G.eenp
Lciague will offer s Matin& atf an accomklished- horsewoman
die French Institate. successfully tan a heard of
... -Hereford-C'in ..her homeState.
AAmerican singer Ginger Ryi"' -T'hete rnay be. :no.'sd-ing in
who only last week V.po ..ted Haiti: e- .-t gon wftter,,iutnthe
.an engagement- at. the rCasino general nimpriession'-Was that
has made.a new contrai tor ti.slS Cap kepPs 4 lose hold
keeps. The tlented.you g sing o.n his Miasusn;Point V May
.er pianist wed Hiert Abra-: teal her for a.': dairjing pro-
ham of- Port-au-Pringe bThuri- 'ec, sometig which is very
day. :-' '; much needs.-. -
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HOTELS & RESTAURANTS & BY CONNOISIUS j
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SHaiti Briigs U.S..- nccuib1e.:.^ '
- Orders To Local -To-20021,i -i' fat k
Dressmaker-s NissWer ni
week-thd oiclo'wing 1ete
Miss Fran Wheeler, Coordi- '.Fashio 'iazertis6-4Bemr
nator of'. Women's- Clubs, fori here in'PortIi-iPnneit
the Delta :-Aidiie., who la.t colorful tyAiHe t ailbe
month presented Haitian ivod- Organ .'pipqn'eo
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es and ats m ia large collec- femi4ine.I 'traples or
iion of hand]icraf articles,1:di necdkline lcMn.pae
such a thorough job that Ha2; Wf matchingxhatenaJ. *a
tian dresamakers baiv already eib-oidery niabuioi
begun receivinorders.-:- on whiae--the'
television. audientessa the eolr.FoC -F a a%
superb "ne"dleworkoffHaitiadl. n
..... 6f.course: fina4
women 'in UMiss'. Wheeled Co. Th"s-are, .a: ewo
lection- in- Atantai;. ?, ..-Ge"g .asixini.,
Charlotte( Northi. Cariia;-. -
Pto:is,!-, .6 -
SInChica.go .numero-us St.avel B'.r -ieS ll
agents' fasid.18. ffiorities t H.r o14 e *
attended& thefgshi,-baowL r e
aiwged-bythe. actiiteDelti -azg peVfectj f.
pneentative, where'-e. latest 3-on -irM
creationswere inodelled by the (oorr ioh ..... --..
stunning models, : members, of-u r capeleit !: ',' '
of =:. -- 6.'..:
ihe Kemper Assuranrc W-;-. L Thte f :it
me ...CI.b. A .iplay.oft -e -

at the.Regenstein o i. At-.
i la. .._'* ". -* ?.. i-,t
A6 Miss Wheal&- d4imanag' -. 'TJM -14-
ed to have'th e Hti"display"4
in the key diisI oCWthe DeltaF
circui,-and thie -lead g:airlire's
Haiti 'Chrie promotion -is .T.).i a.v S
ing ofii.- busesi for -HIia rl)6
fashion and handicraft. ..- n
Several; Departmepf. stores pslm t La
have established new line of, ida ;-,'-..
these fashions for tiir exu ed. ...i.t.gui.xi X
sirve costomners,1lnl di.g Man-. were" pre" .tk"io"dt...-.
in, Calif" Chasnoff-Kerf 'Be'ss oftHI aii, u idtm111
ApDarel in Seattle,'MacAlpine" .the $reig4c.J1nfatS
in Cincinnktij, Ohio, the- Ewing AmOng gho"" pr'ncnjwe5en
"'omDany, exvortrs of. Atianta riisber ofPublic or
have contac-td Delta aid.-]D ;Jeazi A. !agtoiriejkl-4l*A"'
ta has had tais'"with -thte' U. Clovis Deinbr, Senatior.in
S. Embassy Commercial Atta- Victor Nevers Constant,PrA
ch6 in Port-au-Prince ..regard- s Me, r,. iand-rs. cqii
ing arranged "nt tq imp Q.', .... ., .' .
these fashions in the U. S.'- 1' T-Ji:iitoriwho
With this new -impetus arid -ana ftnW
enthusiasm the pay-offt-in public day..aft_. V
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Philospher Stephen S. Brecht and wife M-arya
a long sejourn here... ,Senor 'All Noista.': io si5",n4gu
the bearded ones. Its a.goatee..-.- Colobn-HeiefIl .
Wednesday morning to get the nextaechelonaof.
senger aboard the aircraft, was ren6wnWar.Cprl t
bert. Sherrod weighed down with' Haitian.wou" en 4ti
-7 `4.... P ":t7:1
hme to .Philly after aten day-a tioni tfi
Representatie of' Mi n"'ota in the CQ bbeisMziJter
blonde Nancy Schutz'who0is tegilt.' s it ^ttty.
gambling. She brings .uck all the way- ri e
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Haiti, Casper Green, returned-
to Haiti week-end before the
I Last from a "Special. Mission
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nMdwA. J 'Lwen D. arnaey,
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A-o00 fi"r. Herbert W. Blades, Wyeth:
A# t'aoli7 ies.
......a....a ..iiboiato.ries. ; .
'H-:'.," t Also .coming. to Haiti for the
0,i2Vo fitiias cgelin es will be Dr.. Nathan
t:o $ir4e ?Is':ts S.KlIne, psychiatrist a!nd Direc-
v f., [.4'&' W T f tot, f Rfsearch' at :Rockland
V^te.' ;,State Hoipital, Orangeburg, N.
". *..: ,..:. ':. .York. He .originated. the idea
.pa..y "Mr.Dtk will .. the Psychiatric Center, and
,ii.dga'. F...-Berman;, ",re- ,.-rovi.ded training facilities for
...'as.oiate" '"." surgeryy at' e Haiian doctors and nurses.
i orb'i 'University S.chd.l '"MEDICO ;has assumed spon-
cme"lcn and Cbbihairim 'o % sdorship f the Haiti Psychid-
iICQ's'Coimitte. 'on .pr- trickc Center ani.d acts as the Ame-
RueEtonne]. f hby; will .rican channel for contributions
1.ine it' -. itbyjlhe presi- to its maintenance. Tbiis.is part
;til". e'th.ree t '.,S. pha'- of 'its world-wide activities in
&tical 'companes; who, are providing American medical as-
ig4.'e mqoney,.and, r';gB distancee o. the newly develop-
pitaI.. ;: :.. .. "ig eounfries of' Asia,.-Africa
Fr.tFraii.,C,. Brown,. Sche- ani "Latin America. Among its


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ExctFaet. Valid .30 days)
ROUND TRIP
-U. S. $88.20
Niglitculb most exdc g! .
.at .6 .id
$hopas --.st e-otlc!
.Priees= -, the o*eoit.
Discover 6n route the
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:':':. .~ ( Continued frorm- page 4)
African.Coritinent and in- uAizan, I am going
..imthlhe wanted to l I'm on my )vay to QuTuIcoue
"|'Iah.o6mey.-;,E ,confused In search of my family.
dinatot ti.ened ..the itine- (who chained me)
dind" son.c! orisseau was on So' tis you who must
1A3y1 h'&,kgivep us ,Home- (release me)
NE"Moe : "". '. Aiio oh! Let it be,sdo.
W 'i: translation of .
ig.. anflowf: .,. .'. (Continued next Edition)

HEWORLD


FAMOUES
F U
~~ 0 St.4 >


*projects, the organization sup-
porti: Dr, Gordon Seagrave in
Burma, 'Dr. Thomis A. Dooley
in Laos, Dr.-Emmanuel oVulga-'
ropoulos in Cat$bodia, Dr. The-:
odor Binder in Peru, and gives
extensive assistance to Dr. Al-'
bert Sihweitzer, its Honorary
Patron, in Frefnch Equatorial
Africa.
. MEDICO has commissioned
'the Agademy Award-winning
film producer, Erica Anderson,
to make a film on the treat-
ment of mental disease in Haiti.,
liff A It! I*-I A.- __. _


Mrs. Anderson will irm tUe open
in Laos, Dr. Emmanuel Voulga-
ing ceremonies. The film will
ibe used to educate the Ame-
rican public .to the potential
of international medical assis-
tance. It will be shown abroad
in order to 'demonstrate the pos-.
sibilities of tackling fmient al.
health problems there.

Details Of
Psychiatric Institute-
Details of the 'Haiti Psychia-
tric Institute,. th world's. first.
hospital in 'which treatment of
the mentally ill will be based
primarily. on d r ug therapy,


V.
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v In commenting'on the results
that are -expected to come from
the study," Dr. Kline said, Otiur
first objective is to improve the
care and. treatment of mentally
ill persons in Haiti. While doing
this, we hope- to determine if
presently available drugs and


building of the; clinic in Haiti,
consisting of two wards'.'of tin
beds eachb, an 'out-patient de-..
partmient and other necessary.
laboratory and administrative
facilities. The Government of
Haiti is furnishing the land and
operational funds for the pro-
ject. In addition to the usual
scientific records, a sound ibho-
tion picture is being made by
MEDICO, under the direction
of AcademY A w a r d winning
film producer, Erica Anderson.


adequate treatment facilities, -. .;.
especially for out-patients,' are -'- A
not a more economical and Lt. Colonel Emmanuel A.ii
more socially constructive me- re Antoine, the President'-sa
ti.od of treatment thian the tra- sonal physician has just. b
litional method, of institution; appointed Inspector-Generat
haalizing mental patients. It may the Health Service the Arn.
be learned, for .example, thai Forces of Haiti., ,
mnulfi-million-dollar mental hos- '..
pitals are uhnecessary. 'I"
-. Hotel .Splendid is play"u
If. we are successful in prov- host this..' weekend to a ,.
ing this, thep we will have pro- sponsored bythe Natioa'l
sponsored by~the- a WEa!:$
vfdied an example of hbowv such dicate of W"ork"r Th
treatment centers 'can be esta-. .making' a 'tour- 4of thais a
blished. in other, 'parls of' die bean from Mexico.,.: 'M Maa
world .where care of the men- reached. fell 'just 'ho. of
taliy ill is-/iot ae-Iquate. This 10Q%'.. occuaicy "ark 1a
will be-a great accomplishment week. Mighfity welcbei
For mankind'. two lean .years, .'


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Gen. Mariager: Gerard THEARD

P..'
Phone: 3955. P. 0. BO.. 284


which opens next Friday have
been announced by Dr. Nathan
S.: Kline, Director of researcmb at
Rockland State Hospital, Aran-
geburg,. New York.
'In additin..t6 substantial fi-
nancial grants to' the-. project,
the companies. will,.provide thie.
primary drugs to hbe used: the
tranquilizers perphenazine.(Tri-'
lafo.)' from Scheringg'and me-
-probamate (Eq'ua 'nil .)" fromn
Wyeth; -and the psychic -6ner-
.gizer iproniazid (Marsilid from.
Hloffmann-La Roche. All o f
these drugs are now in wide
use in this country inithe treat-
ment of mental and emotional
disorders. l
-Funds supplied by these comn-
panies are being used for the


,Every year the Oloffeon show
accomodate. This year 'Froin
.bigger crowd than ever.


dra's moire people than- we v an,
Patbu to Voodoo) wiill' draw a.
i ., '


-That is why the Management of the Hotel Oloffhon has establish-
ed a reserved seat system so that everyone may be properly seaited.
WE SUGGEST THAT YOU RESERVE YOUR SEAT IN AD.
VANCE. Tickets available now at Hotel Oloffson '

Reserved tables $2.00 per person


Standing Room at bar; $1.00 per person

Dinner and show $5.00 per person (The


S Oloffson has gourmet cuisine) .


.SHOES.


FOR EVERY OCCASIC


E-ERY -


EVERY, MONDAY AT" 9: 45 P. M,
THEO-LOFFSON S H OW


(('FROM PATOU TO VOQDOQ0


Cuban Anibashd4
(continued, from page.:

lace by a batallion of t..
med Forces under the coi
of Captain' Claude Breoaj
Following the ceremo
went to the Mausoleuni ti0
a wreAth at the tomb of the'
otherss of the Country. -



Canadians tnjo6
'10-Day Visit

Jack and Lorxaine.lighlA
spent ten days here at Ibo'J
on their., third visit with fi:
timers Mulla and Doris WM
.All four. hail from Moni
and are friends of Leslie C
'net.: U


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