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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   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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:
AA00015023:00456


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V; .". OL. IX SUNDAY FEBRUARY 22nd. 1959 No. 22 -PORT-AU-PRINCE>
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SLAUGHTERIOUSE PAC*IMG MANT
,A h. MiEntal : iron-fraMed ld Ey-Sore T Go ., :
.Abatt oir. of -La Saline, rect-'e In Three6 Months t -
|by bride-biildihg President ,. .. -o-.' Dominican .Nay .
|ttyipi-teiri 1893,isiiiits:last' .Sp-eches summing up the .- ,' Do:eA
i.ons a-st.e "Capitals Ni.t ;suits of the '.milest6ne_ reached :-
yeo e" 'r inked .violato. 'in ob training a moder n-saugt- Po t-ai-rice
jof allg th. -tlaw -o sa.ii.f.. io. i:hiouse and packing indstry- -.
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: ThEis -week construcd6mh ofo'the country weine'madeK by'. The Poprnican 'Republic?.
Ahis -,weekre 'ouvazs *r- pbe
__l w% modern; slaughter, jMipister/eanA ahip 4 esidPnteh leynado'
pouae an'd meat-packing 'panit Mayor An.oime R. 8Hard and docked in. Pordu-PriLce-hur.
g .underway, on'Fridayon, L JFderi' Magny, Se. day- .uingThe' ligttned.'
1Eg.with. Plsident..Duvalier's..re, '.o--the Haitian American Meat navy unit is a..med by & crew
,preeantativi,...the ..list of guests 'and Proylsion Co.nppny(. SAy.A, ;Xt,130, d\ th& ornOmrand 4'.: a
for the- forimatl- corner-stone -., .... .' Navy Officer,'assisted by .three:
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s ,o -.oio0000n FROM: .PRIVATE i&.- '":1B .-t
PjYESTMEN-T. TO GI.VE- HITI $N$W... &ahIsefinAt
-SUGAR. MI, HYDRO IEL MECTRIC .o fou F.reach Itroumi,
*Po--LANT, -AND -TRANSMISION. .LIN. _E nS a ol.':xesd0'in
..... ... ... ...." .. tation- over ;1,000- hl- fi &c :,:h -lfeii or -a, e-
| -a. G er tmoan ia cororil l q e n iuite ,uiitu fc n i r a. ..ei s 6f.
issued by thd Setrice of Infor- -gOwingraugroan t he Ar _fo.m c lc or theat.io'Ver
.ii ike'id. a.- bonito .' Vally.for t'he nel e re-., h Gosselin's aind'.their
~ $ 18*-ii~- ~ (c'oiit-nud o-t- page 16) ---~nfe~pg 6
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l arp it *prate investment from formr Asa President, :-' ".
i.,Aeriicah., Canadinan ...nd-Ger-: -Satisfied'HaIMt His-Asse'tA
,flan" firms. ha "been: o6ntr Over' Neighboring -Isles:
,lor,.64 February 21st. : -B 'Deplores .Airprt. Set UP.
: sugar -mill contract involaine -. iAn dx&enleu, unusual .coii-'"
61 million pf investment, wa s b intin .fi tw'tgus askes this
.granted to.he&Cah adian repre- isidnxd sta.n"4. t oex'its. neigh-
setaentives of the Minotaur OiJ bors"s, Mt. and -Mrs. Grinneli:
tand Gasgorporation, a Tiobnto wgo- "are Vjsting .,Haait.i for th,-
'firm, 'and the 'Germrn fi.rm second. t..d 20. ye. 'told: 1
6f-. o Salzgitter-Drutte: of West "th4- ,Sunb: at 'teir" .Hotel Mon-
kQer~many:.The sugar inilU to-be .ta suite, this wek.
L ereted on the.lbft bank of the Opcra'tor- of the Rhehiter,
': Artiboni'te'. River' will have a N. Y.'Kabfleis6eh..Travel A.gen'
Capacityof 2,000 tones-of cane cy and former ASTA .ereaident
P..-per day, and will produce an '(1949-50)'. Mr.Newell. Grinmell
:.esimaed 40.000 tones of sugar said the lack'of humidity here-is
per year. most agreashle-- especiAlj' for.
.I The .aitian Government un- two people who came down' fbr.
der this .coniradt w.*111 assume a.1week in the' sui- TOURIST K g ..OE.S
F..no finncjal-. -eenagaments in Discussin_ 'the tourist-assets aInerax, of Hotel Sam:. S doucl.,d,
1t.he enterprise Operations are and liabihties, Mr. and Mrs.FPresident-andaMrs. GOnfiiH'din ifng
to begin soon 'for. inencing plan (eontinued-- in page 16)' Management.-,".;.
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X. 14HAITI',S. ARTIBONITE VALLEY.

Siie uSii dorSings To Schweitzer Patients
*bAu" s ..rocked.-: ': o n ; v ,
I.Vatii -: dr common Love' of music tut HaitianoAmenicain gracious
wi~th sa~nw iitablis]ed lasting, ties which ly placed the auditorium of the
Valig wk.help,4.d them over the: hurtles, Institute at the disposal of the
4o tDg, special Tei steadfastness at 'keeping choir, and they were able to
it ,e choir going watched up'jheir work under even better facili-
F ..n..a.I tih1Aox.boigatchd Iu -
es heard- :.frences of individualtempe- ties.'
'.iji,.g lamentss and itoget. er bleyfaci d hMeanwhie the public had
oe .s'Abnged toth al.the littlprobleia that must long since bhgun to acclaim the
nowned hoer.Simidqr come .6t hoe' who attempt".to Choeur Siniidor- and their artis-'
'rllng~ stopii6listr
WErv v'. liMotl (rey gmogition. 0 tic manafestations. Hotel Villa
atly-ote'!:the.roid ae.om fostly of sf'li .f modest Creole was the first to place
'p..eenrou:'e.to' a' ape means,; thred-were, maiany'y.erso- them under contract for weekly
ngag6 t.nt.Jat.tle::chwSeit- ;nal sacrifices .'to hake bt the. perfnnances. .
D"pitaLw h &reate.th.re-. tatter of .making money -was : They were hear 'by music
of xo'im.6t
"'d'dotors.of. heastaff not of jimportaet young g loves who crowded into the
oul& n foithe ntaient ,artists. Their studies, and their' vast auditorium of.thp Lyc6e
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i~('!(s'^' ^'*^^ :'''" '-^ -i d'r''* T ':F e ."_ "''^' Je'e *'h s s n
...g.4e Jeader Fe- niuaic -was what counted mbst. .des Jeues Filles. They sang foi
ague iiTtp' the S Tihe reharsals at. the ,Cercle *mny clubs'and associations in-
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nlj~it ilpfi1yTr 1i.atth'ePort- des Etudiants began attracting eluding th& concerts given by
.e"coo'of; Dbn'tal Art: a-dmdiring listenenA, the boys en- the ji-.nmesse Musicales*.
".'. ""'f lg an1d largqd their repertory and wor- Their..success as a Choir. got'
us.1 'xpe eidi,. : ked oniperfecting'their' h.armo- them an engagement at Cap-
-jo.urney..tA. -.gh the-ou. r '. y and. songs.. : '.;.., Haitien's Sallk Paroissiale, ind
DiJiu4 4s' tf'naibe-or-n d.sngs..'
4'ziuda lon.as. .To.miark the second 'anniver- Hotel Mont Joli. They appeared
P,.-.r-a'rds'ai"y in sar'. in Novnnher,'956,ofthe before St. Marc's Clhb d'Etu-
EMU *?"* f. i gr e,:** '.- ."- l i- S' "d *' d a t. ^ ;
.o leoermup founding of cChoe. Simtdor, diants -. "
;; t;.i" p.; discoY,"ered the'youing students niade.. t hap-. They have, given' nannua.l
-, kMg'iaay"t'the"-"" i" 'y' decision. They would add'fe- cbnerA each year for the .hu-
Zi;]J :'t,.y r o$Ijfi 6ai. minie voicato6.the Choir. They. diences of the'Institu Francais,'
-. create ... special discovered. remarkakeb.v a6 ices and ing at thel Church in the
.wBireb h their a'nc yng re also denerul Hospital andteSana-
-e:ded; studying at.':the Uners.. ,' toriumr. I Port-au-Prince, and
y ga.eeting.afterclai. .iThe Uadition .o1e.t. gine sontributed generally to. touri-
"%-.'N ."ornald.: ,.Supe-, voice.determined t h.true vi- 't. uiaciiti6s of 'the country. -.
an 4irn'=oivinY-thrvi siage-f the. Choir., the. young .- The Siidor Choir Was m.-
4,mka-.n a--s...d....ini 4i ......... .ded in. t. e Qnan do.buen
li :: eTh .w.r.k' f '; e;,studens tayy film on Haiti made by Herr
a;to wx .r..'af, withhihr'id a..tepped Peter'V-on Zahnin.,1957'They
k et[tthe tuy ier':(ti.nd' ".hy fo' nd..at I abe wre o jh.e.
afat~ipp]^^ th^^^ lsow^ chosehtok he"film1
Ji-lg a I ...stf'an..gelx ithi.*pernon .ofimade by 'the 'EnaIpa. C.Omnnn
-t' ";;^" i"-: z M s. Lma Mathon,-Blachet, .Ha- 'an Italian firm .m" 1958. where
,t- s foremost. propagamst ofits "they gave five readitmons of Ha
i":,.,,":- ^ ... fQre art-a$ m'aiusicwhoirad- itian songs when the company.
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n'e ?'iorganzeddand preserntdtrefoup spent everal-months .here: i9
St.:.. of .oung tudentsnf-i.. olklore flIm a background .or their pic-
'A i.i. 'ipedtae.cle at' the Herx .Theatre ture on the West Indies. Louise
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!dPwetPolycardal -as early 4 I93940., ,.-' Bennett anda CyR..9 of Jams-
Hglhia "iit "" ":'I.Throiugh her aid..the Choir. 'ica starred in this film.
iczent-organizers. and for- -'gained new recognition. They -T uhd a friend 'in Ro-
| in ,Ano~hey "i'ablem'arose when ge' :Coster of Hotel Olbffsoni
. ofiale.'voic&ri .04ey ap the'Cercle dq a Etdiants could j h-re, Whom they say has given
ntiwrit e po.anor .'a e o-onge b' available for, ie-' them valuable aid. :
thenir.#ieh iB'fte-' .heamraaIs," and t!as time5 a new, '"La st Sunday's trip to the
iat.heiCid'^ s.des. Et- angel.,i'.caiil"' b the reicue.- Dr. Schweitzer Hospitaliin ,Descba-
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for the forty eight members of and -encouragement. The' ; w
the Choir and' turned out-to he most impressed by the opportii
a picnic trip to the Artibonite, nity of seeing for the niel'sie*tl
with transportation furnished great wobk being'.don' bythe
by die establishment. Mellons and their staff.
They piled igto the bus at The four-year-old Choeur. Si"'i-
'7:00 A. M- and by'10:30 they midor is on its yay. They now"
were pulling intq the grounds have their own clubrooms at'f
at Dqschpelles. The sin gers. 'No. I Ruelle.St. Cyr where t liey
were welcomed"by an informal hold .rehearsals reguarly every-
reception organized by Dr.'Ham Saturday afternoon, at the home
blin,. staff Surgeon and Miss of their Director-Administratori
Guimont, head nurse. F6rere Laguerre, now 23. .
Ddnning th.Lr swim suits they 'They hava added, a ourse, of;
enjoyed a swim in the pool there Music. Theory to their rehear-
from 11:00 to 12:30,P. M. sal time with Antal Miirat, 'Art'
Then they lunched royally Director of. the sJazz des Jen.
i witl Dr and Mrs..Lorimer Mel- .nes conducting the course..
Ion, the Americans responsible The: Choir has continued with
for the Schweitzer Hospital and its original meo4bers, some now-
members' of the s t a ff.., Afte -working at..thefr various pro.'
Lunch they were conducted on. sessions, others still .students
a tour of the rambling, modern and many'expecting to graduate'
equiipped hospital which is con- this year from the.' University.
saecrated to thei-' care of the tea- They are imbued with the:
salt families of the region. same spirit 'of solidarity* niow
.Fy.'plent i 5 as when they. laid "the fouda.a-
Fifty paients in the tion for'thei group, musical ea.a,
estabisbment heard," their con-reer in. 4..
Pert Whi~ch began At 2:30 P. M. | e u in 15 .1.' T
ert whi began t :30 p.M. Speaking. for-the group, Mr.,
Of the five songs they sang, the La er e said the -C ris. .-
a* :: t. .. ^ L~aguerreO said tlhe- nor.i M aum=
patients showed gr e at prefe-i fr a .. .. e ..ct : .it
; ,, rag f or a u th e n tic it y i. its
rence. for Yo' Bare. S a u v ., .. ..
'>(T e c h te f a songs, and the members have
(They caugt the thi.f) and *se *i -e'e i. n d.i io -
th' c t h in perspective the full develop-.
e choir members sang it over entof thecharacterists- of
for them graciously asl-f-.db .Haitian Vocal Art. : ..
zen. tin es as they called out: The 'Choeur. Simid'or is .pre.
u'bissek..biaselrencoret..
A ..'.. .'h e sently under contract with Ibao
At.3:0,P.M.two- hundrd rAi r 1*i .
At '. 0,'.. M ..e tLele and members are thorough-
Pe r ,i "'..i on"'-
per.oni gathered for':the on 'co rted to: their, .work.
cOkt at..the Cl uh.boftheHospi. the: Mr;Lagu&re:ays..- '"
tal, incldhig, guests 'from the 'h 'eir. d '''
rt~~~~wA~~ -i ...' '' T~heir 6r am;.dL..;roujrse- i
ODVA,;the -i6otables ':of the ru- t t ng corse, i8.s'
raT'., regi : a, h' e ho ,.t to ge tengagenents abroad, .on
..a. -... -.... '. so that they can joi- tlibe ggr.ow-
,-,' .... *'*- i~.. caravan..-o~f Haitiatn..'*talnti"
Harmony and music resoun- car.van. of Haiti' -taknt
...... .. .... hby trave "ng'.to .prpagate, Hai-
ded.m :the VallHey-.as the Choir b t r d a r ,..,, ..-
s in. J s fo is ch .tian vocal -art and cult.rei to'
ng t o ngs i t c oie ... .,, .. ... ....... .
tries.
reiterated s s of .bi sse :' .,'u ," .. .....
b. .e ... ,''t h Lanuk rre. says. he -can.'never
4,"..,'. ._, '. ,thank dnoug. "his.. amt, Mrs. Li-
Slushed with the success of maong hi aimht, M. -i"."-
'na Mathon hlanhet,..Director-
the day aAd the.: p'asure.they iarles St..iJofins, RogwrCoster
found thdy. had brought to the M Lagerre-and his Simi
people.bo-the, re"on, theImem- '.. "
, g n em-, dor singers seem hardly aware
bers A ..the choir' eclimnibed a- of the'long- journey ty. ha .,e -
. _" IL .,* ..".ic o me rag journey -they nans
byoard! their'.bus'at 5:00 P.IM. *1 1 '
oa their' bus at 5:00 P. M. mae to arrive at the top in ar-.
.tor 'the threce4011r trip...pack'to **.***'i*1 i
.for .he t.h -ho. trip. a.c" to ,tistic circles .they are working'
e'.e .-C pital -. .. .
- "- ,:.I' : :... along wwith 'ths same -eflame
T erall unanimous in had a the benning, feel.-
aymng tht .they were grateful' t b e gi nn
ihng that f .they have.accom-
for the" opportunity afforded p.ished s. et nng,. --so.m.0.c
them to sing for the patients re remain to be done '
,.." more-remains to De (don' qnd?.l
vho had shown their Iapprecia- te are inefdtigaib1e and. de-':
'Lion 0.ofthis: diay q Oz!misiq which._ 3., .'g., :., .-
Lio" of"tis da of sic which termineqd, and inspired.
)rightened their lives and sb'o. "
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I TREATY WITH
.. '. JAPAN ,
'.A treaty of commerce -- was.
signedd between Haiti and Ja-
..pan on December 17, 1958.
!:'The treaty provides for most
.fa&ored- nation and ia.tionall
treatment and calls for. .trade
development an d economic
, cooperation betweenn the coun-


' ties.. ,
Haiti indicates it will give
,"Japan the jull benefits. Wfthe
. general' Agreement -on ,Tkariffs
a:. nd 'Tirade, by withdrawing. the
SArticle-' 35 action-previousy ini
'i okedl under that agreement..
nThe ew.. agreement requires
ratification b. bc(E Govern-,
.rmnts-to become effective, and
*,uich action is expected in, the
Near f tuire". ../. "
Japalnese imports fr6m Haiti
: in 1951 were valued at. $ 902,
000.- .of which ',.$,$76.00:.'-
was.accounted. for by cane su-.
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.gar. Haitian imports from Ja-,
Span during '1S7 were valued
.,at $ 51.000-- of which amount
sewing machiness aetkuntd for
$17,000.- :and rubberized,.'and
impregnated, fabrics and felts
"for $ 1,00b .- This year Ja-
pan hopes to increase, its eg-
.ip6rts to Haiti by .$ 7 or 9 mil-
E'gon, 'through increaseded sales
'f .pital goods. such as.. sugar
m ills. :. .
"FRIENDS OF:
.i4.HAITI FORM
-NEW COMMITTEE
S .'ends ,of Hpiti, TIc. aenbun
a.i-ced.op Janu.ary 27th 'the for.
..mation of. n -honripraity.:. busi-
" ne.ss" -e"-onoiic develop-
:..nmecit advisory committee to
p id thp6 Haitian.' Gbverimeni,
SCo-chairmen are Mr. Walter 'L.
',Rice, President orf Reynolds
SHaitian Mines, Inc., and Mr.
Frederick ). Haslr-, Chairman
of the Haytian Sugar CdMpa-
.'n; 'y. .. :.. ;
Other'memibers- include
SMessms. Robert D. Merri.h W.
D.' Waugli, Francis, E. Grimnes,
: rthur D. !iaas1 R. Paui Wees
:n er;, .John W. Houser, Charles
:V. Wilis, Jr., Lawrence J. Bre.
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Mission
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of Adcounts, returned to, Port
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:special mission and represented
Hai.ti at the. meeting of the In
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DREAM VACATION,: KICKOFF PROGRAM '
Quoted below is a copy of .tative': from each hotel- and to.,the Kickoff cities for.dis -', F.
the invitation sent.' to those ground transportation 'partical-' tributidn during the receptions ;6
who partipate in Delta's prcam pant in its 1959 Dream Vca-. It is suggested. that s;'::'separate: wii
Vacations, by Delta manager tion Programs: plus a repreSeiin .aiiounts of .proinmotioal matert s,;uitia
Sterling Laville. who flew to tative from th .'Tturist Boards 'ial1'b senti h th"' e
Chicago Saturday.: Mr Laville and *or Chambers of Co.merce K ickoff Tcitie. ..7Als. L ar
pointed"out that the majority in 'the countries .and cities in-: will.,be'-.gladto rmnar t it.
'of Caribbean vacations sold in eluded in Delta's Vacation'.Pro'- tions:4.;f6iryou .. Al d'
'Delta's 62 .U. S. Citjies arrive 'grams. '0 "t *,we" spa..;. t..hwe vw ,, e
in Port-au-Prince via 'PanAmer Dream Vacation Kickfl the'a3eof cours.to. b1 b&
ican from Miami: Programs' will start at 6:00 p>. by.tlhe .ficip ,nt">
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aOn behalf'of Delta, Air;Lin- m. each' evening with a 22 mi- Tounsy"Buread9 '.
es I would like" to"'xtend nn nute formal protam presentedd que'N at-a'H-.6A,
invitation to you or your re- by Delta's ; Salea Department' sidet.i.EliAl.Wr ''.0,
,pivepetatives, to"particijate in which features the introduc- -a kihert a
,Ita Air LInes 1959 Dream 'tion of a : model representing ae.20 k. ita I
Vacation' -ickft Programs to each' t4cation area. Delta's va-" -L. rot,-:.:"...; ".',..
be held' during, the last ieek cation area representative. Wil Haiti .h ., Conii t"' Pl 0
of February in the mid-western escort the model from the Midchei Sa ,y 4,-..
ZU.,S. A. cities, Chicdgo; Detroi Stage, After the Prograhs post iniCuarW ,eha5yaf' ,
:apd Cincinnti. Participation in guests and :partipant \11ail pro. a short .soiurnmi.'.heCapitintal. 4'.S
Patcpair in :,.. -oe .t'a daen ~'J-r~ .. :, :'r.i: "+"" '"3""'' 1"+ ;S
thele' summer '.-vadation Kick- ed to an adjacent ball-room '" .
-off programs, that are. bei for a two-hour cocktail paty '.; "- 'd' -
held by' Dielta 'Air.Li bes: .fdr and recep.'4n. Ip the exception
the eighth, consecutive year room Delta wil have a 6.t. k ': .ieute
means that- .you will be able 3 ft. display, table for each of :East-
to meet and confer with repre-. the'v"ras utilized in'it Vacd- f"-.
sentatives from the travel agentn tioh'. Proram that Will be.'egstaf uif r
cies and. large iridusxtries in the fed) by the Delta Managerand'_& -,__ h%
Chicago, Detroit and Cincin-na ther model' representing sVs to 'H
t6' areas .'on an informal basis cai "Are. Sterling Lavile g P4 tW
under th best -of circumstan. -will1 participate :ini th .XKick .pcL.
ces. '. Protrams and'will be in n 'n
+" :: f' .ge..-bf the di ;- jfbie.:o! !h
The.schedue.'for- the .Kic "charge if the displa&ay.blfr i
off Pro"rams are.:,. ..: the., Domin.ica., Republic and "4 C
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Mag-fs~ir Rooaix &Balloi h- rPktiinPaiU' *wm be furn'ish- 'T.-* ~ o
e:- ebruary:..25 of theKBlacks. .ed .w.it.aot-e.. npae card. .. a...., : .
"to-a:e he: ':.:"" "" .-' -: fo wearihf-during th'ndreceph .. "- ..'. :. ^
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DETROIT .- February .27 S.l' MI' L"adIdirS Custom,
7V9,"demS.It oJt'I exi s te th ree big iTrAvel'f
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Room .of the Sheraton Cadilla l'a rpre. ""ae". .
Hote albealeto. partfipte
Delta Air Lin''t is -exe v- rioui side leine-"pro-
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an invitation -to one reie.t. which, alwiy meritt at
,aninitaition. 'to one r gep'sn-.ofo Whcalys'ei
--,-- .-.+ '.cnsiderable amount of- publi,-
._ : '+" .' ,city.l:i'th.e. press and on radio'
.CLAUDE .MANUEL NAMED and:.teIvLion. Parti-patlomni
TO HEAD RCA IN C. the "9Kiclkoff. Programs. a" sc
'Claude. anel. of Port-au- nebles "the representative
Princehas been named to bead to iieet thb'e Delta pe'fopnel i- ..,1.....
the RCA officenCiudaid Ti- Chiago, 'C .nmcimatI and Detroit ,. 'i.sT CLASSP $ S
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d jio.Claitde-has been assistant where tha are in,position to A U.: ... '":
tan.,,ger o of the Ic."al Pffice on' W ..nluenc erlarge -volumes, f va-.. 'Bit. ,.iT f.!
the company f ithe part.sev. cato customers -
ral years. He is expected to. fly Delta will be glad- to forward 3' ',. ,' ..
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literature of African expression
as we are trying to do here.
I visualize wMacbeth trafis-
lated into fon and performed
in.he large yard of the Mu-
seum, just at the very place
where I watched- some 80
uhounsiesa dancing one after-
noon. Bringing Shakespeare di-
rectly-to the masses of Abome'y
would be- imposing-another cul
htiel upon their- own original
and beautiful culture. It would
be a give-amd-take cultural
process through which modern
writers could convey th& mes-
sage of a new society.

What, after all, is the future
of Dahomey? -I-don't think that
the Kingdom of Abomey
should be restored in the mo-
deal'of tle- G116 Covernment.
I think the responsibilities pf
a modern State requires more
than that should the ambitions
of. young leaders be limited to
that revival dr renaissance, the
European colonists -w o u I d
.-ways prove'their right to in--
terfere. -.

SBut Dahomey. is facing the
alternative -of. joining an Afri-
can community-of modern Stat
bs or a- rehearsal ground for
French militarists-

Some of-the friends I met-
in Cotonou are frying hard to
.seiz_, piece -by ,pieca, the-eco-
nomic pbwer. -It will take- a
'long time- before they will 'be
able to invest... in the& present
enterprises in order to get con-
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troL- The artificial support of
the Benin Mank will always
prevent the natives from over-
throwing the colonial pact.

I asked an official of the
Benin Bank. what- is the inci-
dence of,.the double value of
the African franc. (C. F. A.)
over the French franc. He ans-
wered: uNofie..
But when I pay 125 francs
C. 7F. A. ,for a s*nall beer in
"West French Afirica against
60 francs in Paris, I feel'the
direct incidence.
There is certainly a village
money market ,economy along
with the International money
market economy. That double
system. which ik, maintained by
the colonial systeni. cannot -be.,
broken within- a-Dahomey vil-
lage linked askt is to thd,
French colonial _chaotic finan-
cial method. -...
What -is the economic future'


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of/ Dahomey? The interation :
of the production and the
market within an indepehdant
African community? I' don't
know which form such a'cornm-
rpunity should take. That iA;
the strong demand expressed
over and over by African lea-
ders under different formulas.
Neither the Dahomian Blood,.
-Pact which was -apparent in
'the Haitian War for Indepsn-
denco, nor the'occult power o.
proud old King Agoli Agbo
can save the Dahomey of Daco-
Donov and Uouegbadja. -
SBut the new 'fight for. freed-
dom initiated years ago in Afrt
ca'-ill soon reach the Niger
from -different directions "to
ettle- a world in -which -there
will be- no Negroes enslaved.,
by Negroes and superior, race
with the right fo rule the mys-..
Lerious, rich and powerful con-
tinrient.

Th-e End.


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lv&tiirtz ðtest preaaiious ecopnoric
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S lie 'priests or Protestant minis- INDUSTRIALIST' -SUICIDE IlN'".
rT ters,.with a state subsidyi/had-' VISITS HERE .SISTER'S STORE'
Lr reached the figure of 281 in Z A 43-year-old huskan4
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''; 1954-1955. .*'. i-. i Mr. Frederic Hasler, Presi- father of f6ur, put an-te
more, the '-The. number of teacher is. dent ,of-:.the Hattian Corpora- hs. -days here, .lst.t.e
Ssituationl 1,77& '.., tipn of 'America, .pent several afternoon. by fing..buif,.
bstacle'to In spite, of very, real !effoits days rPort-au-Pr1nc -e.this past to his iglit..ear. -
ompulsory on the part 'of the Department week. His -visit was in. connec- Max --Laplanche beidve
itr-y's edo of Education, -the sitnation"'in tion with several i.instrialen-' :have befii in'harde'" "-:i
Qt':propqr- urban'i education stands in Aeed terprises', established in .Haiti ces' is -belieired to halive "i
lin in-" of ..improvemnent. by the'company. .' imsel .in an ,acte de d
ease in 5 For the immediate future the Mr. H-1ler:lbft, Sunday for poir. .when' he inflicted hit i
.competent authorities propose: New. York. ..' '-tl wound. while in the h
choola. for (k). to regularize the number of 7-' ware.-store ..of his sister,:
ire public pupils 'in all enfant cl-ases manufacturing intuitive mate- Olga Lal;anche, on Rue
/.the State (maximum of 40); (b) to stan- rials for infant case's. M. 'agasinde l'Etat.
cularp tea- dardize'the application of the SinieWel- you;$,'. e. ws rushed, to'tieCo
Th9re are syllabus and the. supervision Charles N. ST.- JOHN Jr. ral Hspita :wherW he died.
.fo girls, of teacher's work; (c) to'w.ork ,..., ',. .Director'. -:- "hours'later. :. ;-.
dix'd). ." for a better qualified teaching ...- ....'"" "< ...,,
ang.cour- staff. by. organizng frequent, ,-. ..
itrs atta- meetinmgs, educational coniferen i C .-AT- k.T -DES F ,fJ";
e -official, ces and periodical courses; (d)
ended pri- to give. teachers a regularr sta- in cool Kenicoff, at 50006. fet, almost a- mile: above sea Jj
people :"-at tus; (e) ;to set upa commission .Retaurant featuring savory delicious Haitian -dh"es for o
-i.',o.r. a w up.a nodefrecordormmets -... .. ..
r. Pmary..for 'teacher;;'"(f) to ej' up ax ..a ,, Please mrad.Tlhie small print;
:i61 o- q examination candidatew.ith .Haii. isa,word of- t.i-bdriginal Carib -Indians meal
WgraniE'- .out.-eduticational.. qualifications' cWooded'mountains )AndHaiti was well namned,for 85 per
?er-8si' (47. '(g) to. draw up a.pln. for.'the of its surface area is-moftntanous; .
ys and 7 biidingof'o schools, tob er.ec, You haveo-i seeh Haiti until you har vp seen itmu
'" :.tedtfei rate' tym o yar: .(Ii) The Chitelet des Eleurs is wll, situated to show thp f-sc.i
t secular: t& try to, iiniVepv ernei(es and Haitian eAiutryside. It is" reached by 15 miles,. 35 leis
gdees and 11rnitue With. .the hlp of-p-. minutes, of. pleasant driving, over a road now gorgeius4W.
tiateP'Ii .pi 3 parents bj'.introducing flaming i'Po Msettia. : : "'
number a scliobiindto. be superisd Cbatelej des Fleurs p oduces and exports cut lowe ,r
onalrural 1b .inan isef5;,schof' cope tr al um of hithist qualh.y The.high.pot 1. j yI.
1948.-"come rati *oald be.o'organized-for visit can.well b this .visit to Catelt-dea le.atswt.jitra
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RAINS CAME
Spring .Cime to KenscDff on
Tuesday" through Thursday of
the past week. The Pennies
from Heaven caine in Billow-
ing Clouds in the. Night. The
Bulds arr Bursting and the Hills
are turning from brown to green
Having exhausted all-the cli-
ches on Spring, our Kenscoff
correspondent records that tbei
rain-guage at Chatelet eis Fleurs
registered over 18 milimiters on
these dates 3-4 of an inch to.
you, and everybody's happy.


SHAZEL"S-HERITAGE: THOUSANDS,. id K,; fu.nn"
STILL FACE -STARVATION: oe-
Cbdiins.IN SOUTHWEST *- as-
Conditions .i th counter ... D .ir
arj *orge than ever in the-ex- .. O To..
perietice of Dr Dudley. eln -.SIGNS-NEW:ACCORD-: .
who has been 4iqwatiii..ga i- T -wITI%.. r.!..ir
'Y" ii : u yes. dation-Cwill be WSS:4LIeA 4- A-HI
iie'194 '- with the-signinig,:of a" .ew'Ac -de
.On a visit tOPort-au-Prince,
last week, Dr Dudley, member cord with te
mtnt., .er.in"
of the West IrdesMission,. well-known' :."" ".
The"wl. ko dltdnationk.
the second largest Mission i al'.! ..s-attro 4, :..-ganiatio ....
Hiti, tolcdptS 6Hn m.
... ylz oi cesoi-Port.n.....
ditions'.i te .South. J. -, ,*:- .te *- g e;; -
Dr Nelson who- dispenses c out te
.... ...... was :wept by .. ne K. zel x
drugs a wholesale prices'-said .- .. ... ,'-' .
there juft is not'any money in ". .... ''...... :
.irculation, nd a-peop" eca.qt J' .. ....'. .
*evn afford medicine at -cost.. ,-'. *. '.,;,>
pr -P _. ......
In the opinion of the -qma-t- '" "-
spoen doctor, condition. are "..
*the worst since Hazel The peo- .
pl of the.soPwe ni- /' ..h..n i -
sula have. never really recover -7 .
ed. fr.n-. ihucan. e1"4 .hricn...e.
which, laid waste itheir-.plaita--. ; ..- ...
tions, home ''dind ldiltled-: off ... "
their livestbck. The 4 farmie- -
with 'their ,precious top soil
gone 'next 'faced a drought
wlxich-caused an unkn* n total.
of :deats.i-rHaiti Sun.. signall-. -
:e6-d tha4-'lOOOfacbdstarvatiodn
in 195,'in South Haiti, after ,' '. ,-. .
.th.e ,Red. Cros'. had .appraised. ',, : "':. -:
-t e... .Q "" ed. '"
-onditions at firstg.hand.' th :w y ..
Dr: .Nelson. whpsoe .ner-word ., t ..- r .
descriptii,'of today's conditions ROLLE s h t '
-is apitif n,, reported that- .. -,.. .,
Priest Lfr .! Lei Anglars. told. ,. h rt's. t he ma r k" :.
him that nunmust ride hore. ,
back ito' the hills'to adminis- i a
'ter to -the sick, as they are so ,
poor theytan. no lofiger afford -H i ^
any Iinhd. of garment to cloth O-. 'AI.-T '..-i
their'nakedness. Americans can- : -'.:
not beliqvi what they'see, D r .. ._. ... i_.._':
*NelsonAi:id -_
E ffects o:the present con.
mic-crinsis' try in its-glp 'is i'lustrated'by "..,!
-a 1aker., in": cmel who used-- :
toy esnplriyiht sacks-of flour '
a day is no*.,down to.two oand .- .
:he does "ni ,.hen sell-'all he .
bakes.' '-"
Most people -ih the country --
today- live ,at subsistence level *a el S ..ud ly:
and its. getting to. a point that '".
chronic .Starvation is respon- ,
sible for-the soaring Tubercu- i' I'
loss and Saroisis of the liver Z U
rate, to '-nant only a few of dl his magic dr.4
the diseases that are taking |.. :":...
hold as people just do not E Visit "
have resistance. Twenty-five 'EL RANCHO0 ;HOTI
percent -of the' / population is French, Haitipnand ,Amricn' ai,-C
now-believed to be turbercular. under the direction of the:imt4rea hinl
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Spending fifteen days honey
moon here with ithe Acra fami
\y are Philomene and Elie Sal
leby. They were wed in Damn-
viille New Jersey on the 14th.
Mrs Saldeby 'maiden name was
Philomene Acra. They wvi'll
make their home in. New York.
000
Mr. and -Mrs. Pierre Bailly
. are celebrating the birth, last
Wednesday of their first child,
a daughter. The arrival of little
.:Elizahlethy, 'brought pride to
her grandparents, Businessman
and Mrs. Lelio Bailly,'and Mr.
Sand Mrs. Gustave Kolbjornsen
who -are also celebrating the
birth of. their first grandchild.
0 0 0-0
Mr end Mrs Carlos Pereira
Save a farewell party, Saturday
:evening, for Mr Valerio Zu-
biaurre, charge at the Argen-
Aine Embassy here who is re-
turning to- his country for re-
assignment. The diplomat spent
three years in Haiti.
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Robert L. Pettigrew chairman
f the Plantation Dauphin board
mf directors gave a party on the
tisal farni Thursday 'night for
iSa wife's sister's husband Her
-:Man Adickes.
000
Patrice De Matteis celebra-
led his 21st. birthday party Fri.
dday. -
000
Interesting guests at the Ho-
,el Montana this past week were
ihe Jackersens of Montreal, Ca-
nada. Tania Jackersen speaks
"x languages and was once an
officer in tbe Red Army. Cap-
ured -by the Nanis's, she esca-
d the concentration camp and
death sentence. Mr. Jackersemn
heads Rawmatex Ltd.
00 O
James C. Martin and wife
an from'Illinois one here for
Sweek. Jimmy is distributor
& the records London, Dot,
orerset, etc in three states
Illinois, Indian-i and Wiscon-

0 000
M. Heinz Roll man manufac
rer of vulcanised shoes is in
own .His company gives tech-
bica assistance to sixty couX-
in the Wporld. He was
sted at the airport by hai-
Sindustiralist Fritz Mevs.




Marie Alice Fownbrun steer-
eda barbacup party-for friends
at home in Petionville. Satur
-day niglt


Georges Polliy
Looks In On Haiti
Georges Polley, former Ma.
nager of the Electric Tight
Company here, returned on a
visit to Port-au-Prince on Fri-
d'ay. Mr. and Mrs. Polley and
their daughter, Cytha were an
integral.part of the local scene
laere during the 2T years that
-he ppe-smoking executive ran
the v.ffairs of the Compagnie
I'Edlairage Electrique.
Mr. Polley was transferred
three years ago to a post in
Minnesota, butt -stated he would
always return to Haiti for va-
cations. His daughter, now
SMr'.. Hugh Minor, wife of
TEXACO's director here, head
,2d the group of Haitian and fc
reign residents who wdre al
the airport to welcomLe- him
"home.-

Gilberte (Bobo) Vieux is
leaving today to visit her son
in Switzerland. He is studying
Refrigeration.
-0-
Sun w6rshipper Tom Ber-
nard is down on his tenth visit
-in ten years. Also on the Safari
is Nanny Bryon of Eastman
Kodak and Patsy Carson,
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Haitian Ambassador to Mexi
-o, H. E. Mr Julio Jean-Pierre
Audain, arrived in the Capital,
Thursday.


CASTELHAITI

CASTELHAITI

DINNER DANCE- NIGHTLY
TO THE MUSIC OF THE
CASTELCOMBO
Sunday Filet Mignon Dinner
Tuesday Poolside
Bar-BQ Dinner
Wednesday Sea Food Dinner

2 SUNDAYS
FEBRUARY 22 March
CREOLE BUFFET
000
FLOOR
SHOW
000
Featuring
Outstanding Numbers
At 9.30 P. M.
S000
See C. dela FUENTE
For Reservations


wife Marcia from Boston,
Mass ,Xen is in the dress busi.
no:-s end Marcia is used ta
work in Radio and TV in Sy-
ncutse, New York.
Marciel has been recommend
ed here by TV and Radio Pro-
ducer beautiful Miss Joan Ben
nett her schoolmate in the Col-
lege of. Syracuse where they
studied radio and TV. They
are sta.yinf at the El Rarnreho.
000 .
Tuesday M. Richard Maass
(inve-tments) and charming
wife Dolly arrived from White
plains, N.Y. They were preced
ed here by friend Mrs. Alva
Zager. The. Maiss are among
the best-friends of Haiti in U.S.
Ricky has just visited ten count
tides in Latin America where
he is look-ing for opportunities
of investments. *He'has a coffee
plantation in Paraguay.
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Here for a story on Haiti for
the New Yorker is, Newsman
Fritz Jacobi and wife Jane.
They are travelling with
friends Eugene Friedman (Ad-
vertisement) and Wife Selna.
Fritz" chose his subject when
he went to Kyona Beach last
week-end.

Mr. And Mrs.
Lucien Daumec
Host Big Reception
For Presidential
-Couple
The Pacot villa of Executive
Secretary to the President of
the Republlic and Mrs. Lucien
Laumec was the. scene of a
gr'3-ndiose reception, Friday
from 6:00 to 8:00,6in honor ol
,e.'den and Mms. Duvajier.
in one-of the season's most fai
hionabrle ftes.
Several hundred guests at-,
tended, including officials and
top-ranking Army officers, mern
bears of the foreign colony, pro
ininent social personallities and
a number of the Presidents
friends from, among the hum-
ble.
Sumptuous buffet tables ir
the gardens, and music furnis-
hed by the Palace orchestra
added to the atmosphere of
charm and cordiality that per-
vaded during this fete.
President and Mr-. Duvliet
.And their suite passed from ta-
ble to table to greet and chat
with guests.


Montana is so packed that the Managers Mr and Mrs Georges
Kennr have had to turn their apartment over to guests...... Ru-
bi:rosa and his pretty blonde wife returned to Havana Wednes-
day afternoon. Rubi- and his pert wife drank a glass of beer
at the airport before boarding his plane...... Happy to report
that the West Indies International Telephone Company has a ..
messenger with a new Bike Next a motorcycle...... Capitol ,',
Theater is winning patronage with its excellent seating, souad:.
and movie "Homme est Pass6e. Spencer Tracy was tops.......'^
Sunday night the concerts at the Kiosque Jeanty gather big '
crowds...... Franck Magloire flew to Miami Wednesday......
Wednesday evening, a party at Thor in honor of Amerivan
artist Katherine Dunham and husband John Pratt, gathered a
large number of local and visiting personalities. La Katherine
was molded into a stunning ash-gray flower-printed dinner
frock for the occasion......



Look Beautiful And Well-Groomed
Coiffure Facial Massage -Manicure
Tinting Permanents
At Petion.Vile's Modern New

BANDA


BEAUTY PARLOR


AVE. PAN AMERICAN
BEHIND aTI ST. PIERRE" STATUE
(AFTER GASOLINE SINCLAIR)
Mine. Ernest Douvon, Proprietor
Specialist
in Scientific care of the hair and skin
Graduate Of The American School
Of Beauty Culture Of Chicago


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In Town This .Week1
by A. J.
Dr. Bud Gordon, pediatri-
cian from Connecticut and his
lovely wife Elene spent the
week here.
Back agai .nare Good Will
Ambassador in Westport, Bu.
sinessmuin Howard Schneid and
charming wife Rosalind. -Hp-
wise and Roz have been coming
here for foui years ..and sendj.
all their friends in Westport itc
Haiti. They are staying three
weeks here.-
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inriier :4 fUx 4orth
this ":p ..... ca t"" d Noth~~ast, ortl- S as *et Tassy oftae1A
mdr arr' at~l ^ Confral' ArtIlnite.and Presidehtial Guard wen then
as' ^^ o: pandA arrive ag-4i^ as tor as Leofahe, rqpre cat-cud; ixn.Jroif btif lsnd.ioi
-andtg caune a. Soational teRd him to ato and he-
....* ": ,~ "~. *to ".apply the br, es usqii. '
v iii-.prtor' object in-ludes-the es- for.jbte seoongai- ntime. ,
.the vendor is the biggf lro ti1hn.ent of a Hydr.-E"lec-.
L pest o. ;".e industry he., 4 tla .d transmission i- .es said he 'he made:an-
.:.ther remark iit:, Askhig: -"... Are!-
not t .to a tourist to Wa -if .sub-stations at Ptligre. WU
_....,:,,.the opi ed. .. ... .. "r i ak' "ia c



bc"; "; b eqstons i they o.pild.e'd '"' &A part of the program tryia make ar a(i-..:et
,ut the people in the t to be carried out at a cost witl ?. .:
I'pHitian spirit, show friendliiess of $ m-iidn by the Island. Arrested by tieuiteant Tppsy',
"and kindness you don't 's& Electric Co. Work on the pOt Mr. Dei s says -
center olemnity or digrca- e project is :l beg as soon was taken to the Police Stion:
types, Mr. Grinnell i a the nract is sanctioned and looked for "subversive lit-
in ou mthe legislature and will be corn ranches. A1 Mrs..-enis cadn,-
,Qti -... vim;so~e e w fopmed' driv '.n aut 'e ,..., a&
.g ou t iw plated within two years and a d'ive an automobile 'sh& ac
,'.. t .h.e.Ioutana, the trahl aud.io halfo The Socit6 Nationale coipanied lire husband to 'thi
rity declared: *Where can one d'Electricit d'Haiti (SONE- Police Station. ., ,.
., findneeba a wonderful coti-i D.HA)' will replace the electric According to Mr. Denis, he-
.". a ent< 4 miijitit ocrd'ean; company in that region and p was relieved of his iclt aid per..
4:,' ...in d friendly tiamlr to will finance the construction sonal belongings and ,tent
!4' tofjt all?.. and exploitation of this new through the customary routhini
; ir ; enterprise. The State will share at trhe Crimirnal rtese'arch Bu-
lit. .' ti o th thr profits and may reopurcha- rean ..' .
'se the .concession after the 15th Mr. Denii'a declared that.'Lieu-
Honeymooners
;;',. ear of exploitaton. tenant Tassyi returned for the,
From Canada seoond.time.at ap-r imaItely
2:00 P. M.,- accompanied:by -two.





',. Canadian Honey4nooners, Mr EXIT VISAS fellow officers -and ..a plai.n-c
4'an4 Mra Jack (woyette, were ths man anding terrogatedi him
i.een waUij lig. .. arqioin-darm in (Continued from page 1)- 01 questions beo'hayA were'-d Cp
ft,. .4yse is a former fecting only Haitian citizens. 'Okay, I know what *you baye
m.anneq.in and Ar,t Designer, A number of Haitian were to dona, Delnis say he told. th'enit
.. i4 e' att*, her brideroom asr turned away' from the Pan trLet's ght it over with. "
seeing the 'Caribbean aborad American World Airways flight His_ .hrirds were 'tied,.inder
*'the S. S. Maasdam,"..Dtclaring to New York when they show his knees, he .aid; and each 'of
F Haiti to be the most ideal sp6t ed up at the --&irport to board the three took turns in dealing
Flt % i their wedding trip, she said- the 9:30 clipper. the blows. Denis says al he can
-iei w ..ip s ,-.,.l,..
,-F. they would stay longer l sfahe No reasons was given for recall is regaining co6nacioisnes '
'' a hurry to return to Mont this new order. -from time, to tim, being drag- ,
S real to see her 'kitten Loulou, Hsitian Government officials ged to a cell, and then eie Mi.t
i'.,' an Angora who is being cared are exempted from this mea- litary Hospital. -
f'or by ,a "_.'_ighbor sure. Although none of his bones
-C ;., oth {a 'nigelhborda sure. ltey.xeeat ot; ae"
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accouodlatc. Thi i year aFrom Paton to Voodoo, will draw a
bigger crowd than ever.

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