HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Port-au-Prince R4publique D'HAITI UNDAY, NOVEMBER
Senator Green States Views On
Foreign Aid Iuring Visit"
'An important'member of the nriver'a of the Louisiana' Pur-
Senate Foreign Relations Corn- chase, witich .added a vast' tel-
mittee spent t'io days in' Port ritory to the Unjted,States, of
.au Prince last week. Democra- America through peaceful means
tic -Senator Theodore Green of vi s of especial significance that
SRhode Island arrived F'riday vrati, the second oldest Re'publicr.
noon for' talks with American in this Hemisphere played a- re-
and Haitian dignitaries, includ-' Continued on Page.2
ing Ambassador RoyTlsco Da-
vis, .and Minister of State Liau- Government Deposits
taud. Senator Green made thla D500,000 Dollars
following statement Saturday at In World Monetary Fund
g staementSaturFy nd
the close of his visit :
-I am happy to be able to visit
Haiti again, although briefly.
This time is particularly sipnf-
.',ficant for both our countries.
.' This. year l5,3,Aaa ,.the .150th
,Anniversary of the birth of the
Haitian Flag, and. the 150th An-
Drummer Yvfes' R. Savain was two years oTd 'when the photo-
grapher caught him at practice. Yves is our 9th entry into the
Haiti Sun Kiddy Photo Contest and son of Mr. Roger Savain, In.
tfoducer ,of Ambassadors and Minfsters at the Foreign Office.
-Jamaicans To Arrive This Week
'For A Series Of Four Matches-,
The public no doubt will be after having been for two
pleased to hear that .AI-Jama-
-ica' has accepted the invitation
of the VAC Violette Ath-
letic Club to play a series of
four matches in Port an Princ:.
The Jamaicans are Qcheduled .
arrive here Thur.Llz, 12th. The
series" should be interesting as
since the return of Noel Hall'
han Dudley Smith to Jamaica
months the 616'vesD of Paul Ba-
ron, the All Jamaica team has
been having strenuous daily
prrctice-,--and their primer ac ni:i-.
tion is to beat Hai-'j ..1 raii.,
The recent matches in Jainajc-.
against the VAC showed 'they
have made great improvement
and in the second All Jamaica
Continued on. Page 2
First Haitian Mummy In Good Shape
This Weekend After Inspection
Last week:'local Doctors and inventor of a revolutionary new
Medical students crowded about embalming fluirl that is hailerl
the body of a deceased Haitian as the greatest preservative-
exclaiming with amazement. since the days of the Pharoahs.
The body had -been-'lying in It can be injected or simply
. state- for eight days in the tro- sprayed on bodies which then
pical heat and there was nocan be preserved indefinitely
sigh of decomposition. In fact, much as a piece of petrified
Sit could lie in state for the next wood. The dapper Spanish-born
100 years, explained Dr. Carlo Dentist who perfected the sen-
Jose Rodriguez Fernandez, the Continued on Page 15
The Haitian Govdriment has
just deposited 500,000 dollars in
the World Monetary Fund the
first payment of its two-million
dollar assessments The new
membership of Our Republic in
this global financial institution
Continued on Page 16
Woman Dies Of Alcohol Burns;
Police Investigation Underway
Reginald Wellington, nick- Passersby who saw the fire
named 'Joemakars after his ran into the building and the
birthplace, went before the Tii- severely burned woman was
bunal this weekend to testify on rushed to the hospital. Police
the death of his woman, Claire say that she told a far different
Pierre-Louis. She passed away story than her companion, whom
at the General Hospital a week she-accused- of setting the fire
ago last Wednesday after being after a jealous argument over
treated for third degree burns. ariother man. ,
According to Wellington's Historical Documents
story to police,,the couple were Lent To Haiti
-in their room above, the 50year- By France
old Jamaican's Bar on the -site Last week the Director of the
of the old fish market 'the after- French Institute,- Simon Lando,
noon of October 27, Claire sud- turned ot'er to the Government
denly picked up a bottle full of a series of vital historical docu-
alcohol, poured it all over her- ments lent, by France to Haiti in
self and then' set fire to her sa, honour of its approaching 150th
turated kimona. He .claimed Anniversary. -
that she had pneumonia and it The documents- are of three
must have affected her sanity. Continued on Page 16
The Neglected Tourist: Taxis, Pimps
Are Welcome Committee For Sailors
When an American sailor Even veterans with silver stars
steps ashore in Port au Prince are no match against the per-
as he does regularly each Satur- -sistence. of these leeches who
day, he is warmly received by announce: -The museum, its
a surging mass of -Come on, 'closed:; 'The Cathedral, you
Johnny- guides, pimps and taxi crazy ',This hotel and that res-
drivers. His welcome mat, he taurant double their prices tc
is told, awaits him at Bizoton. Continued on Page 11
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SQF THEW%|K JR.
When Your, Reporter'called ihp
the small Tungeau home, o f.C'.
fredo Garcia Garamendi l4st4i..
week; he found the "han'difio.h
Filipino hard at work-on a"bug':
poster commemorating the *150th ":`j
Anniversary of Haitian Indepen-..,i
dence. It is a commission that:
he regards as the peak of his
new career as a commercial. ar.
ist. It was a career.that opened.
two years ago when 'the *Haiti
Sun- asked Garcia to make
some sketches for its advert3-.'
ing. 'Le Matin, followed withi
an, order, then the Print Shop..';4'
Henri tDesctihafp: CGiteia, who"I
has, among otl'ier things, a me- ';
dical degree and a world swih-
,ming championship, found him '
self well-launched on a new'" ;
road of endeavour : ,%
His cdlour design of the Hai-
tian Coat of Arms is now in New"1--..j
York to be reproduced in enamel'
for all embassies and legations '
abroad. It also went into,the' .
Golden Book that was presented ':'
this year to Pope Pius XII, by
the Haitian Government. His'.
heads of Dessaline and Pres-' -".
dent Magloire are gracing the :.
lottery tickets for the big Sus-.,''..
quecentennial drawing. And he
Continued on-Page 4
* 5 Women And 18 Men
Sail On World Trip;
Haiti First Port Of Call
GLOUCESTER, Mass., Nov. 1.
UP.- Five women and eighteen
men sailed out of this historic .
Fishing port on a round the -
world cruise today with a fresh
northerly wind filling the 7,775 ..
square feet of their vessel's can-..'
Capt. Irving Johnson and his
* 'wife settled aboard for their
o sixth globe circling voyage in
(wenty years on the ninety-six- -
* foot craft. They cast off at 2
- p.m. with an amateur crew and
set a course for Haiti.
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GERANT RESPONSAB22f.f Mi
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1953
Senator Green States Views On
Foreign Aid During Visit
Continued from Page 1
sponsible and important part .in
making this transaction possible.
This is widely and fully, recog-
nized. I only wish it might l'. ,
possible for me to attend the an
celebrations of the 150th Anni-
versary qf Haitian Indepen- .
lender in 1954.
I am visiting twelve Latin
- American countries on this trip.
SMy chief alms are to look into
, ti e.economic problems of these
o euntu'fes and -to examine the co
operative, bilateral program ts
Qf .Te chnical Assistance, com-
t'..only known as the Point Four
under the Institute
rogramme,,der the Insitute United States Senator 'Theodor'e
o Inte r Amerecanl Affairs... Francis Green of the' State, of
il.l. "u I believe that, the time 'Rhode Island, member of tlhe
l as, -a.e for Ame can foreign Senate Foreign Relations Corn-
aid in most cases t6o be reduced, I rnitteC and author of two arti-
feel strongly that these tech- cales 'The Soviet Pattern ini
nical' assistance programmesK'ai.
-.' i-houijd be' c ntinued, because o
their aim is to aid the less- material progress.. Like every
deireloped countries to improve othei visitor to Haiti, I to ohav.e
,-.theimnselves, An Arterican states been inpressecd by.- the charm of
.;.-.:man .some time ago -pointed out the land and, of. its people and
hjthat ,a well to-do neighbour is a only regret thbt I cannot stay
tr&tter. neighbour than a poor longer. *
'ighbbour 'I1 feel.that anything. I may add that Haiti's voice in
ihe,United States can do to help the United Ndtibns and other
the. econod&. situation of a international organizations is
frieidly neilghbouring country is much appreciated by the United
; onfduci'te ,to better relation- States, for it is clear that in this
4 s, and -a climate of godd sister republic we have a strong
.neghbotirliness is 'a .climate -supporter of the" rights of the
S uch.needed in these troubled peoples of the Free World.'
ems.. Senator Green was accompan-
During my'brief stay in Haiti, led by Mr. Pat M. Holt,. member
-' have been impressed by hcr of theSe'nate's Foreign Relations
~i t.to improve her own eco- Comnmission They left for Cara-
ic conditions, by her spirit cas S9turday on the next lap of-
Seooperatioh. with h-r neigh- iheir' fact-finding trip through
mrs. ..ad by the evideee. of 1,2 nationrfs 'of Latin-America.
'IEFRIGERATORS ON TiE NAIKET
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Jamaicans To Arrive This Week
For A Series Of Four Matches
Continued from Page 1 Brownx, treasurer of the said As,-
match they actually dominated sociation is also accompanying
play for fifty minutes with short the team as the personal guest
accurate passes, precision, trap- of Jocelyn McCalla.
ping, and shooting on the run. We wish our visitors 'good
Their stand-out players are : luck, an enjoyable stay and 16ts
Burly Miller as center back, of new acquaintances. We are.
bustling, strong and keen; the sure that the VAC and the sport
giant Sharrars standing six foot loving public will do their best
four inches and with a kick in to return the courtesies and hos
either foot; Dudley Smith on pitality of which the- VAC re-
the half line is even. better than cently in Jamaica were the
he was last here; and. the 'for- cleerful victims
ward line is, led 'by. those wily Jocelyn McCalla.
tacticians and masters of ball. .
control : Pinhorn, the English TouriSt Shop Suppliers
man and *Fairy-bdotsp Alcock. Work- Overtime
, Fairy-boots as Violette knows tqo Artisans are working overtime
* theii, host is speedy, tricky, a, ift the' ateliers, serving the
master of dribbling and with a tourist shops preparing goods
hard shot from outside the"pert- for a record season. We under-
alty area. Pinhorn, in the.inside.. stand that some leaders of the
position, is fast and distributor 'Petite Industrie, are planning
-of the forward line, finding, to establish stands at Gonaives
*oenings always for his other to sell souvenirs of .the 150th
forwards; Tappin, 'fast bustling 'Anniversary of Our Republic.
' and with a powerful shot. will ,i
surely make the team; Bobby Free Trip to New York,
Williams, the speedy and tricky Free Hotel And'
outside forward will live up to 150 Dollars Cash
his reputation and will give our Pbrt-au-Prince's .. enterprising
back line lot of trouble. Department Store;'the Belle Cre-
-This Jamaican teAm will, I am ole1 is now offeri'hg.its -custom-
sue} pla the best brand of fob. drs ndiw chance to try their
ball ever -demonstrated by a vis- 'luck with Dame Fortune. Tick-
iting Jamaican, side. They are ets are being given out with cer-
coming here as under-dogs, but ,tainr purchases for the Grand
with the determination to win Drawing tf. be held on January
so at last beat Haiti in her own I0th. First-Prize will-be a round
.country. 'trip by. air to New York with a
We understand that among week's stay in a Hotel and 150
thp, matches.to be played all of 'dollars in spending money. *
our best footballers- will 'be giv- Second Prize is an Omega
en a chance to show thei~indet-. watch and the third prize, a gift
tle. The first match will..bring certificate for. 25 dollars worth
out a forhiation dominated by of merchandise.
Zoupim, Gaetjens,- Dessalines, A fine way to start .tie New I
Marc Elie; the second match Year right!
will be against VAC; -and the Chances on the Grand Draw-"
VAC ,coalises, that is together -- ----e-- --
with -the players' who helped
them in- Jamaica will play the
third match. The fourth match
should see our strongest, forma-
tion as it will be composed of
the best players, from the first
The Jamaican team is' invited
to Cap-faitien' to play one
match, see the Citadelle and -n-
joy the famous hospitality' of
The team will be manager by .
the popular Pancho Rankirne
with Noel Hall as coach. Ac- '
:.c. ompanying the team as spe-
AskP:a '., \ cial guests of the VAC are the
.Ask lor Ho Point Apphaices; -" 'Honourable Dudley Fletcher and
e frisa raiorsRanaes. Water Healers, etc- $ Mr Winston Meeks, both vic9e-
Distributor: VALERI CANEZ Presidents of the Jamaica Foot-
.*....s.. .. .. j ball Association. Mr., L. K.
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ing will be given out as fo!-
a-For purchase of an Omega
Watch 3 tickets;
b-For purchase of a Tissot
Watch, 2 tickets;
c -For purchase of any other
S\wiss Watch, 1 ticket;
d-For purchase of perfumes
totalling more than 10 dollars, 2
e-For purchase of perfumes
totalling from 5 dollars to 10.'
dollars, 1 ticket;'
f-For purchase of, a pair 0of,
'shoes totalling more than-5 dol--'
lars at the old price, 1 ticket. '.,
Kiddy Photo Contest :
Send It In Today
Send in pictures of your chilf ,4
dren under 5 as soon as pos3.
sible to the 'Haiti Sun. The '
contest closess in December.'
Prizes go to fhe winning kiddies
and to fathers and mothers from V
the oHaiti Sun,- Joseph Nadal
and Co. [Ger-ber's Fobd,' Camay ,
Soap, Carnation Milk and Quak-
er Oats], Canape Vert, Belle
Creole an'd the Haiti Trading
Co.' [Grant's Whiskey for Dad], "
abd Clapp's Baby Food. -
TOPS 'EM ALL.
Before Sonaco headquarters on the Exposition are seen two
fine pieces ofj equipment. In the foreground a Sheep's Fo',t
roller.. In the background a model 291 Gardner Denver
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JDAY, NOVZ]MBER 8th 1953
On la recherche cique jour I
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Arec ESSO EXTRA MOTOR OIL
I'luile avec les trois a tout.
L Avey: ESSO EXTRA MOTOR
OIL plus n'est besoin de- faire
I'appoint aussi souvent. Plus de
kilom6tres par quart. Conque
pour les moteirs qui roulent
beaucoup, elle est vendee selon
e les num6ros 1, 3 et 5 pour sup-
pleer aux necessit6s des nou-
ites seulement "g Tv"r"
Esso Extra garde ses propri6t6s
lubrifiantes m6me aux tempe-
ratures critiques du mbteur.-Cir-
culant A la vitesse d'un eclair
elle protLge le moteur centre la
rouille, la poussiere et l'usuie.
C'est l'huile qu'il faut quand
vous roulez terriblement.
Un ingredient extra pr
moteur contre les d6p
gereux. Cette huile qu
come up 6clair dans l(
,le profgte contre le cat
les d6potb crasseux
contre l'usure. Elle ne
On obtiient mietur qu'une il poi mte
chose P'I A T pour totre argent
SERVING HAITI FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS
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ti Joseph. report
Bois Verna lost a dressmaker. te
Yesterday Lisia Craft went to
New York to reside. -
Marc Pierre Louis new Con- g.
se.iller de l'Ambassade d'Haiti in
Washington has taken up his BAR MONEY DISAPPEARS INTO BACKYARD HOLE
S:0:- Monsieur Griswold rolled home in his Cadillac the evening
Mile Yolaine Sansaricq and of October 30th with the day's take $44:65 in nickels and
sister Graziela have returned to dimes in the front seat with the beer and egges, from his .
Jeremie after a 12-day visit to rue du Quai American Bar. On arrival at his Bourdon Park -
Port. Axel Etheart and Yalaine residence he neglected to supervise the transfer of the pro- "j
are making plans. visions and money from the car by his houseboy, with the
S-:0:- result that when cashing in time came the dough was miss-
Our confrbre Antoine L. Jean ing. Police investigators received a confession from house-
of 'Le Matins has been named boy Josephat Torchon the following day and the ,saquitte.
by His Excelleticy the President, [money bag] was dug up from under a pile of fresh manure
Inspector at the Department of in the back yard...
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---:0:- NOTED LOCAL HOUGAN SAYS ,IE WAS FRAMED
Yvon Hippolyte, director of BY RIVAL HOUNGAN
SIPP in Cap Haitien is the new Well known Port-au-Prince bougan, smart looking Andre
Consul General of Haiti in Ot- Telemaque popularly known as Ouiouite was arrested Wed-
S-:0:- lady pressed the charge that Ouiouite had over a period of
Backfrom studying in Paris two years swindled her out of 900 dollars. The young doc-
on a scholarship are Max Touya tor- with a perplexed look and sympathetic shrug of the
S and Jacques Lallemand. The shounde's said the woman had been coming to his hounfort
two gentlemen are putting their for the past two years and he was indeed distressed to hear
new foind knowledge qt the her accusations. H& added that it must be the work of a '
disposal of the National Bank. rival' houngan.
SHORT AND SWEET A Nicaraguan Caille. Building plans are available at the .Sun
Merchant Jean Wiener flewt office For a home on a larger scale apply to Alfred De Matteis
.-. Kingston Wednesday. ... Confrbre Leopold Pinchinat reports in his 'Le National, ils whb wilt hep plan your drean house and supl, y'.$
-.:0:- ,. that he is not, going to have tune petite intervention chirur- best quality building materials: .
ques was Miami bound yester- zuelan Embassy has received his orders. He'll be new 1st
day. Secretary at the Nicaragua Embassy ... Daniel Roy is open-
:In':0: g his own accountancy business on the Expdsitiori. He's
Well jnown Jean Blaise nhas well qualified with training at Philaelphia University and
S resigned his position with 0. J.' employment at the Contributions ... Helder Philipp, the '
Brandt and 6C. land may take singing Customs Officer observed his f0te with a champagrfe
'up the t of Consellor to the party for niends at the Riviera last Saturday ... New coins / .
Paris Eibassy, it is reported. with the head of President Magloire are in circulation ... 'II O I I.
S -:0:- Spearfishing is becoming popular off plantation Jean Saleh
IDr. Alert Chassagne is going at Pierre Pagnen where the finest bananas in the Republic P am ho.e' 5 "
to the 1". on .a Government are grown ... Lamy and his orchestra are going to Vene-
.. .bo$urse. to specialize In chirur- zuela to play during their 8-day carnival ... Gerard Martino
.fle.' a back from the States where he bought 40,000 dollars worth
of equipment for his aTannerie Nationale- ... Mr. Irving Rob-
I .MORNING States after talks with his newest client the Haitian Gov- '
S ernment ... Mrs. Roy closed the doors of the Citadelle Hotel
At the Cercle Port-au-Princien .
t. his mornifig at ten, a commit- Wednesday and moved out. The lease had expired ... The
tee composed of MM. Luc Gri- Bazaar Champ de Mars will stay open nights and Sunday
.. de morning from here on ... The Hotel Association Committee
nmard, Rector of the University;
S rael Pompilus, director of the met with the president of the Chauffeurs Syndicate and lI-
Ec dle Normale Superieure, and dependent Car Service Thurs1ay at the Hotel Sans Souci to (
"writers Leon Laleau and Mori- discuss the ills of the tourist business .:. the location for the
: seau-Leroy will present the new movie -Rendezvous, this week has been the upstair bed- (
S ook of Dr Charmant Ver s room and the loddy of Mon Rove ... the 100,000 ton tanker I
S Sommets.. The public is invited headline last week was a slip of an 0 ... Back at the Ibo
S to attend. Lele is Marie Therese Lake after a trip to Washington and
...._,.,.'"New York with Mine Charles Fombrun ... Georges E. Ram- F T E N L
HOUSE WANTED say, telephone specialist, has arrived here to assist Stenner From F3.. o I AM.
-- lUGordon ... Director of ,Le Nouvelliste, and Mrs. Max Chau- From 8 P'. to A.M.
Wanted in good locality, in vet returned this past week from visiting New York and at- Orchestra
cool section of city, house un- tending the Inter-American Press Association in Mexico ... Otsanding Arlis
furnished. Rental must not ex- Mr. Gabriel Jn-Franqois is going to Colombia, Bogota, to at- ".r'w
ceed 50 dollars a month. Apply tend the UN meeting of experts to discuss the training of $ -L31LfliAZHRL T P
Ha.ti Sun. community workers from November 30th to December 11thn ..' / -
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8th 1953.;
M To Have Larger Planes, Two authorities in the Bay
hew Shipping Lines On Haiti Run the regu
elh Tony Burgers returned itinerary. Mr. Burgers, who a
to. Port last week from his six- The Greek Line's brand new for the KLM Airlin
.month stay in Europe, he cruise ship cOlympia. will pay that this Dutch Comi
brought news of interest to the its first call to Haiti on Christ- place its present flei
businesses that flourish in the nmas Day. It will return Janu- with new Convair pl
tourist trade. The Manager of ary 30th, February 13th when .Kingston Miami an
diMaisdn Martijn announced that it, will stay overnight and. Havana ruhs beginni
'two more shipping lines have March 1st. of the year. The ne
placed Haiti on their winter Cruise ship Patricia' of the will carry 44 passeng
*' E- ''''* Swedish Lloyds will call Decem- than the present plh
T HE d Machines ,ber 26th, January 16th, February reservations easier o
daang Machines Y e r ee
'alclaling Mac,- hines 8th overnight, stop March
Cash Registers 1st and March 22nd. 'As Agent Police Ahead In
--- for the incoming ships, Mr. Bur- Against ,Chevali
gers had a word of warning. -He de Nuitn Score 2
announced that strict surveil-
lance must be kept on coastal
treme measurds are
) shipping to prevent boats from
by the Police to disc
leaving port without the pres-
present wave of burg
i cribed -navigation lights. Other-
wise, Cruise companies willeaching any sizeab]
k think trwice.about including Port To commence the
S. *vember 1st at 2 a.m.,
au Prince in their Por'ts of Call.
shot and -wounded a
.' They don't want to run the risk
:' .. of h and', H who attempted to
I and paying damages
Z r of the Holland American Line.
S .. .'o' small boats sailing through into the home of Li
E.NATION.A:.'CASH Augustine of the C
t-he.night without lights. The
RE ISTER CO. search Bureau. Andr
"*"Hit: i.mostE recent incident of this presently recover
S, type occurred to the Maasdam
OUIS DECATREL & SONS Ruelle Charles Jeant
of the Holland American Line.H
.O. Box 596 [We noted that one Haitianboat- joining street befo
S. with a bullet in his
ing the' name Andre
Schis presently h recover
S. e. General Hospital,
:." I' lTuesday, morning
thief went to host
dead than alive. He
A G R surprised a little aft
the Ruelle Riviere %%i
tucked under his ar
t run with a detect
chase he received
ot oe v o d before falling on the
;les Summner in front
N lege of Port au Prin
S*let had gone throu
Ss Ekey. He is said to bt
with Ci-e at the hospital after
S.U E ALNE Supply of oxogen. F
FERGUS.N ..... U o d,. he claims as his nam
at wide variety ling' army, the Fergu key has not been idedG
clre amailly preventssiesme
load .s ose to i:a tracior to utilize tractor weight and stability
to more s andle thae load and protect the tractor Pierre sent a bullet
operator. tnt and a capacity of up to ber who was attempt
5with od tne-inuhe 8 eusen Rear-Mounted Crane handle
650 pounds... let the F the tire off a parl
the heavy loads n your ar
CaU .. or drop us a card and ask for a demonstrate. ette.
Dr Haian Tractor Company' city Businessmen
istribuor Ha n r oContribute To Mm
a Magloire Foundal
The following Port
business houses have
AND FEOUSON ed to the Charity F
during the month pf
d up by au-
also is agent
pany will re-
et of DC-3's
lanes on its
d Kingston" -
ing the first
ers, 23 more
on this end.
ce and ex-
n from the
:y to an ad-
e Numa. he
ring' at the
e had been
er dawn on
ifh a turkey
rm. On the-
t of the Col-
ce. One bul-
gh the tur-
ne; the tur-
after a rob.
ing tn steal
unld of the
f October :
m Elie Jo-
Fils 150 dollai;:'Atlas Trading
Co. 100 dollars; Baboun' et Co.
100 dollars; Bichara Izmery, 100
dollars; Elias loustas [HADAT]
100 dollars; Nagib Handal 50 dol-
lars; Marcos Talamas 50 dollars;
Charles Bigio 50 dollars; Joseph
qu organise La Belle Creole. ,
pour un voyage a New York
vous of re un. voyage ,
La Direction de -LES GRANDSS MAGASINS, S.A., 'LA
BELLE CREOLE, dksirant rdcompenser d'une fagon exceptfon-,
nWle sa nombreuse et fiddle .clien.tele a ,dcid6 d'organiser entire .
ses aima6les clients un concoutrs intitule: .
LA BELLE CREOLE
veus offre un 'voyage i
1)-Ce concours au.ra lieu d'apres les bases suivantes, il- commen-
cera a partir du 4 Novembre pour finir le 31 Ddcembre 1953.
2J-Toute persorihe qui effectue ses achats dans n'importe sequel
des d6partements des Grands Magasins de 'LA BELLE .CRE-
OLE. recevra un-ou plusieurs billets d'apr6s le tableau de clas-
sification ci-dessous, ce qui lui donnera droit de prendre part
au concours. A savoir :
a-Pour l'achat d'une.Montre" -OMEGA ................... 3 billets
b-Pour 1'acha. d'une Montre. *TISSOT, .................... 2 billets
c-Pour i'achat de toute autre Montre Suisse .... ........ 1 billet
d-Pour ]'achat de parfums d'une valeur superieure
a $10.00 ............................................................ 2 billets
e-Pour 1'achat de parfums d' une valeur inferieure
a $10.00 [m in. 5.00] .................................................... I billet
f-Pour, l'achat d'une paire de chaussures A homme, a .
femme ou pour enfant d'une valeur supdrieure a $5.00 1 .billet
[a L'ANCIEN PRIX !]
3)-Les billets seront numdrothi, et seuls les billets que nous au-
rons distribu-s a -nos clients seront adm.is au tinage.
i11-II ne sera rermis A aucun employ de -LA BELLE CREOLE.
ou parent d'employd de penridre part a ce concourse. ,.
5)-Il y aura les trois prix suivants, A savoir :
ler. PRIX: Un ticket aller et retour par avion 'de Port au
Prince a N.ew York, une semaine A ll'Htel payee et $150 Cash;
2me' PRIX: Une montre 'OM.EGAS I femme ou & homrme];
.3eme PRIX: Un Bon vous donnant droit, acquisition 'de
$25 de marchandises A *LA BELLE CREOLE..
6)-Le Tirage aura lieu le 10 Janviei 1954.
7)-Le lieu flu ti.-age sera indiqu6 par radio et par les journaux.
8)-Les nrms des heureux gagnants et les num6ros des billets .
cocresponda.ins seront annonc6s de suite, premierement aux
personnel pr6sentes le soir meme du tirage, et ensuite au pu-
blic pendant les 15 jours qui suivront, tant par la voie des
journaux que par la radio.
9)-Pour la r4clamatipn des lots, les benefibiaires de ce concours
-ont pries de presenter-leurs .billets [portant le -numero'ga-
gnant] au lieu du tirage ou au bureau de la ,BELLE CREOLE.
n'importe quel jour ouvrable A partir de la date du Lirage jus-
qu'au 31 Janvier 1954 inclusivement.
10)-Passe le dernier jour de Janvier 1954, tout gagnant qui aura
omis de se presenter perdra Ib droit de r6clamer son lot.
11)-Ce concours est r6serve uniquement aux personnel r6sidant
en Haiti. Pour les tourists et autres personnel de passage A
Port-au-Prince achetant les articles donnant droit a la parti-
cipation au concours, les billets respectifs seront offers au
chauffeur, guide ou ami ayant amen6 la personnel A 'LA
12)- A'AGENCE CITADELLE se chargers de votre ticket el de
%toutes les formalities concernant votre voyage sans aucun frais-
t k .a,
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BAITiA M LT as
1 -* age g
S. Richard 50 dollars; S. H. Ta: .
lamas and Fils .40 dollars; Moise
Chalom- 50 dollars; Joseph Hage
50 dollars; Victor Assali 50 dol-
lars; Ed. J. Khawly 100 dollars.
Give the boy a great big
)n du concourse
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.Page 6 c HAITI SUN2
Letter From The Publisher
This Concerns Those who Threaten to Blight the .
Tourist Harvest with Paying of Commissions :
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A",N D' IM
to crown that perfect moment- of
pleasant comnpanipriship. One of many
occasions for drinking. Hennessy. *
-Gimme five cents,, wasn't too bad, but it rose inevitably
S. to eGimme ten cents.* Yet this appeal from youngsters institutes
only a slight fraction of the. ahndyance-to tourists that threatens
to blight the country's newest industry. It's the -Gimme ten
per cent- and. Gimme twenty per cent! that is the real cause
i- for alarm. No sooner has a. guide or taxi driver shepherded a
\ -Aflock of-visitors into a.shop than he-is :drooling over the cashier
totalling up sales and working out his takee, This is one of
-. the.natural;scores oftourism,-started not by the cab drivers and
guides, but mainly by,'.e ,unscrugulous shopkeepers who offer
bri es 'customers. -
No aJl. countries operate like this. and today the countries
." mbst renown for these bad habits are, suffering: Take, for in-
1" stance, our neighboutr Cuba where tourism- ,has dropped .a re-
S' ported .40 per: ent. And listen to, the complaints of the tourists
.. who ha-ve returned from Paris and found it no longer-the City
of, their bIreams but thp City of Greedy Hands. .
The shopkeeper, in forgetting who instituted the habit of
ommin missions in the first place; often antagonizes the .torist fur-
-by..in -fu, about.the
iheby.becoming belligerent and arguing fu.,ously about the
bribe in front .of the customer himself. The tourist might be
S.considered a mechanical cow to be milked by all who can ,get
their hands on him, but he also is endowed with the mechanism
to form an opinion on such antics and a shrewd one ac that.
,'1or the donie thirg a tourist hates above all is. the feeling he is
'" reing taken for a tucker. He is well aware of the fact that the',
S.: cof ion is coming out pf his pocket; not the pocket ,of the"
16W. i keeper.- '
.'.-.' would seem as .though'lthe solution to the problem lies- in.
.. ageieral boycott, of. the"commission system'. by the reputable
~. ."eaits .of .the city. But. here are' "those hq ory Such .~.
.- t'.ove.ls. impossible! We're- competitors!* *- .
i,' But satisfied customers and spreading good will are.the best
S. to competition yet according to modern business oracles.
id Ai,. ie hope tflat t& e two factors will eventually 'supplant'lhe
6 nd'der-tihe.center- b e. It would benefit .e-eryone concerned.
LE PETARD BERVIN
Faisant suite A la rubrique de
Monsieur Montas concernant
Mission & La Havane je me per-
mets eiTqualit6'de lecteur obje,-
tif de vous glisser quelques mots.
Je viens de parcourir avec
grad plaisir le livre de Mon-
sieur Antoine Bervin 'Mission a
la Havane., Contrairement a ce
qui a dt6 rapport je n'ai trouvd
que quelques paragraphs ac-
cordds A un ancien Secretaire
d'Etat. Je m'attendais aussi a
*lire un chapitre d6sagreable sur
le prestigieum Directeur, de la
. Bibliotheque Nationale, I1 n'en
n'est rien de tout cela.
Je m'etonne qu'on ait pu quali-
fier ce livre de p6tard. En sui-
vant les commentaires et en li-
sant le .livre on reconnait un
vieux dicton Quand on veut
tuer le chien on dit qu'il a la
"IR.F s o, d '
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1953.
En tout, lecteur objectif aura
probablement la m me opinion.
Standard Fruit Officially
The Standard Fruit Company
has officially announced the
closing of its operations on Hai-
tian soil. The 'final decision
was made after a recent visit to
Port au Prince of ex-Compan
President M. Brownson. For
quite some time now, the old.
Standard Fruit plantations in-
the Artibonite have- been .oper- !
ated by Habanex.
... A PLEASANT STOP
SON YOUR ROAD TO KING
When you come to Cap-Haitien en route to miigty
COitadelle La Ferri"ae,- make, your stay coinfort-
able at the new Hotel IMOiNT-JOL.
Here awaits you 'a new and attractive, develop-
ment atop Carenage Hill, overlooking a resplendent ,
A fabulous spectacle : iRight from your window .
in our spacious and' airy. rooms, you may have a p "-
view of the Citaidelle in the fiery setting sun. .
S' "' I
,o p,,,,a nm a. ,-
SMore weight-44,200 b. Lesd
S* Grow fetig my,-30.000 I .
*Saefl fi d. Rd Boom HoM
oarw a iU Drogline.
Claam.I, Temad Hoe. Ph Drivwr d Cra .
Posifiv'Cha Crowd for Shlovd
DidriSlws md Sesit CHmdMFEW E -,
Distributor in Haiti CHARLES FEQUIERE
CA U .-U-- -i. 9in-4 neAr r Cm -
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Monsieur Bervin est certaine-
ment un des plus actifs anima-
teurs de l'amiti6 Haitiano-Cu-
baine. Sa recen'te visit A la
Havane en est la preuve. A mon
humble avis ce livre ne merit
pas la tapaguese attaque dont1 il
Sew Voice in Western Hemisphere
.f local interest is this dispatch from our colleague Ted Scott,"
f ; Havana Post Columnist].
<;, development in this hemi- ideas, the wealth of the indivi-
'gphere which is well worth dual citizen is the highest, per
j .#hing is the growing strength capital of. any country in the
E the desire of British Colonies world.
or self-government. At the If-Federation should come in-
'lme, time, there does not ap- to being, the Mayor said, the
fe to be arty wish on the part capital probably would be on
he areas concerned to leave the island oft Antigua. This
.-Brltish Commonwealth team. would be a compromise between
L'-ib 'aty other group of na- the big fellows, Kingston, Jama-
6o or individual country, ex- ica, and Port of Spain, Trinidad,
dltng,-of course, Cheddi Jagan between which there is.a strong
IA his 'fello11 Reds, who would but friendly 'rivalry. ,
fe to make British' Guiana a .'
tate of Without communications how-
s State of Commiinist Rus-
ree.- the Federation could not
S'Was extremely interesting
r me on Wednesday evening
t thie Sevilla Biltmore to dis-
ass some of these matters with
Ileveland G. Walker,' Mayor of'
-----L V -- j
be a success.' All of the areas
involved' are separated by hin-'
dreds of ,miles of sea. It was
proposed to establish'a shipping
line to serve the different.coun-,
... "tries ana mere aiso wuldu nave
rigston, Jamaica, who has .o a deal more conn-c-
Ilfen visiting Havana for ten t
S tion by air among these distant
S areas which would enjoy politi-
y.O Walker said that he is. cal unity, despite their geogra-
"hly favourable to the pro- phic separation. .
fied formation ..of a British
.teration -consisting -of Janma- Mayor Walker reiterated to
|i&ay Trinidad and Tobago, Bar- me his, stand in favour of the
*'ados, Antigua, St.' Kitts, Nevis British Government with respect
:nd Anguila, .'Montserrat, dren- to events in British Guiana. He
.,,St. Vincent, St. Lucia and. felt that drastic action was ne-.
aminica, provided always that cessary to meet a drastic, situa-
this should be a self-governing tion and that the steps taken by
obn within thd.Commonwealth the British Government d not
li1ce Canada, Australia and New adversely affect 'the desire of
Z aland. Froil a social point of any of the colonies for self-gov-
-,'he said, he would prefer ernment.
t'Z6ee the'Federation follow the' There is a rea zation among
R me 1of New Zealand the peoples of all of these areas,
!er'with' all of its advanced the Mayor.said, of something to
For The Home
New Arrivals Of
We boast a wonderful assortment of
BUTTER-,DISHES, JAM DISHES, WATER
PITCHERS, ICE BUCKETS, CANDLE
STICKS, TOAST RACKS
anol many other items that will grace
which previously scant attention
was paid. Now they know that
geographically they are part of
the Westernri Hemisphere and
when the Federation is formed,
they intend to be heard on all
matters which directly affect
them. In preparation for this
new role. Sp.anish now is being
taught in Jamaican schools so
that the new generation will be
prepared to play their part in
I enjoyed very 'much talking
with Mayor Walker with' whose
ideas about s61f-government, as
expressed to me, one could, not
be in disagreement.
Withessen Hold National
The Haitian Officb of the
Watch Tower Society announced
its National Conventionr to be
held in the Masohic Lodlge, ,Le
Grancd Qrients on Rue Magasin
de l'Etat. November 6-8.
The. purpose of this assembly
is to stimulate Bible study
among persons of ill beliefs in
this community. Unlike a 'pray-
er meetirtgs or 'singing conven-
tion' stated a witness, this pro-
mises a constructive, edUcatidnal
programme with practical dbron
stations and lively discourses
:on Bible themes to aid Jeho-
vah's witnesses and all persons
of good-will in proper worship
and service of their Creator.
Highlighting the three days of
festive gathering will be the
public discourse, *After Arma-
geddon God's New 'World.
Curio Shop -
Rue du Qual
enveloppent come la sole
which will be delivered by Mr.
Victor WVinterburn in Haitian
Creole Sunday afternoon at, 3
Delegates are expected to at-
tend from many Haitian.towns.
Opposite PAA o
NDAY, NOVYEMBR 8, 1953
Superior Establitlishents the Spkri- r C Cdi
More Carbfully Built
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Installed by.Experienced Engineers
Westinghouse deliver more cooling effect per Dollar *
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Apprdximatelr 150 ministers will 'i'
be present and an estimated .200 I
more interested persons;' All
sessions will, be free dnd the
public cordially invited. No col-
lections will be taken. .
THE RIDHT PRI -'|
L i A' C Q T44 ES
n-Ru. e P e'..'.-.-.
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k,.: Miami Daily News, Ir
i. Miami, Florida. offe
Dear Mr. Diederich : opin
SI am enclosing a release which tells a sad story. The Amateur teur
A: 'Athletic Union of the United States has declined to sanction the Am
P .- an American Golden Gloves tournament which we proposed to
conduct in the Miami Beach Auditorium, February 18, 19 and 20
i. ith Haiti participating].
As a result of AAU action, there is nothing we can do but dis- stat
...'continue plans for the tournament. We beg you to read the en- tive
closed release and-to believe that we approached you in good par
. faith. .We had nio reason to expect opposition by our own Ama- al
teur Athletic body. tent
... .*'. Sincerely yours, Me
.:.. Stanley Woodward.
!.:1." ; ;.Sports Editor.
Pan Amerian Golden Gloves cord
Cancelled: Daily News' Tells Why!
he 'Miami Daily News an- tour boxing event in ihe United the
," nounced that it -has been forced States. The AAU's motivation char
to discontinue plan for its an- apparently was the desire to ally
'. .nual Pan American Golden promote the importance of its aI
S.Gloyee Boxing-Tournament due own AAU championship tourna- Lat.
to :the non-cooperation of the- ment which has held a secondary ver2
-: ,Amateur Athletic .Union of the rank since the growth of the ,teur
United States. The AAU has Golden Gloves. The Miami Daily not
refused to sanction the tourna- News apologizes to all its neigh- our
,ment. Its Boxing Committee bours to whom it appealed irt bar
voted disapproval, 21 votes to 9, good faith and. with no possible loca
and 'its Executi e and Foreign knowledge that the athletic or- had
relationss Committee voted 24 ganization within its own coun- mig
.''..t'p 4. oir'disapproval. tiy would adopt so reactionary ate
S t'f e.AAU came Tas and short-sighted a'policy. .The 'let
j rprse to ,the? Miami Daily Florida Branch pf the AAU, A
T N fbw Mtl .planned to promote which is under the 'direction of mit
'he:aame amove .t- the. National Boty, o. ted unani- 'flue
:the. Z~itame1itL aOs a ,moqv~ tq- th eyI
'ward 'nte-America; ,Good 'Will, mously 'to indorse the Pan Ame- wh(
and at *some, expense to itself rican tournament as planned by ted
iT e nopossible explanation the Miami Daily News. The Na- build
i for the AAU's:actin except that tion body, ivithout consulting rela
S .' 3" "' .. I -
this- body bha oppQsed efforts to one of its few branches to which an
-.'l,.'- expand the Golden Gloves which. Latin American relations are vi- peti
Shais come to be tI d ma- tal, ruledout the tournament. brol
." '. ,.Dail
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On Pale at: Bichara
Dchtrs .. 'Izmer3". Au Lincoln,
been recomending Bazi- de. la Poste,
1 loSer th.anyother Bazar National, Geor-
Sobyef iad .e ges' Coles." Maison
Simon Vieux, Minme
Joseph Maglio, Bazar
lk' Edmoarid Phipps.T
,INDONIE MOURRA CORP.
'%Ve9 Distributor for Haiti Phone: 3513 tic
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n so doing the'National body
red unjustifiably in our
union a criticism of the ama.
* status of boxers in Lafin
aniel J. Ferris, National Sec-
.ry of the AAU, quoted a
ement by a AAU representa-.
in Texas which follows in
I also want to call your at-
ion that in 1947 we had a
xican National so called*
iteur team under the direc-'
a of one Professor Cuelar
e. We found out later, by re-
is in the State Athletic Com-
sion in Austin that at least
r of the 16 boxers that were
National Mexican amateur
mpions had boxed profession-
in Texas as well as Mexico.
I am of the opinion that the
in American countries are
y lax in enforcing the'arama-.
r rules and it would be well
to' mess with foreigners in
local Golden Gloves. We
red the Mexicans from our
il Texas tournaments and
no more trouble since. You
ght call thesp instances to the
'ntion of those who favor to
these fellows participate.*
apparently the AAU has per-
ted an isolated case to in-
nrce its i action. In a day
en' many, citizens of the Uni-
States are attempting to
d' closer and more pleasant
tions with their neighbours
obstinate group of self-per-
uated. persons chooses to
adcast unjustifiable insults.
is noteworthy that boxers
all the nations The Miami
ly News proposed to invite
considered eligible by the
mrnatidnal Olympic Commit-
which. is the last word on
he holy attitude of the AAU
ncompatable with its own ac-
s. For years it has permit-
so-called amateurs of the
ted States'to collect compen-
on for their services in ama-
events. To the personal
wledge of The Miami Daily
7s the AAU has certified a
e number of United States
resentatives to the Olympic
ies whose amateur status
questionable. In a recent
onal 'softball tournament
'ed in Miami the AAU coun-
tnced the participation of
?ns of established profes-
he softball tournament was
itioned by the AAU. The
conclusion which the Miami
ly News can draw is that po-
al influence is more import-
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1953
ant in gaining the approval of ed by to-
the AAU than amateurism. tary Off
Under the.-circumstances the Consular
Miami Daily News, which is corn- city.
iuitted to promoting a Golden
Gloves tournament by contric -"
with the New York Daily News
will have to proceed without El
neighboring entries and confine Thi
its tournament to Florida en-
tries and United States military
personnel stationed in the Ca-
The Miami DaLly News hopes
that its neighbours will hold it
blameless in the failure of its
plan. Until the current person-
nel of the National Amateur
Athletic Union is superseded by
persons of vision who are will-
ing to apply the same amateur
standards to all no similar plans
can be drawn.
5 Women And 18 Men
Sail On World Trip;'
Haiti First Port Of Call
Continued from Page 1
Four of the able seamen are
girls- 19 to 25 years of age.
Xmong the men and boys are
Captain Johnson's son Arthur,
18, who is making his fourth
cruise with the rank of Second
Mate, and Robert, 16-year-old T&e
veteran of two previous voyages
around the world.
The ship's doctor, Edwin Pike
of Waterburt, Conn., and. Blue
Hill, Me., First Mate Thomas H. From
Eaton 3d of Andover and Ken- through
neth Viard of Hamden, Conn., rican's
the cook, are the only profes- you ca
sionals in the crtw. your r
Irom Haiti in the West In- many
dies, the Yankee will pages this til
through the Crinb ean to the gayest
Panama Canal. The ports of call shows
in the Pacific will be the Ga!a- this, is
,pagos Islands, Pitcairj Island, .)u gi
Tahiti, Hawaii, Samoa, the New mponey
Hebrides and Soldmon Islands, ices fr
New Guinea, Borneo, Thailand, De lux
Singapore and Java. and "J
The cruise will continue along Clippe
the east coast of Africa, around Service
the Cape of Good Hope with a, 'Clippe
stopover at Cape Town then Cita
back to the West Indies, Ber-
muda, and Gloucester. The John- $
sons expect to be back May 1,
1'955, at 2 P.M. completing the ROur
trip in exactly eighteen months. -
Panama's 50th Birthday s,ee
Celebrated Here P,
Panama's Charg4 d'Affairs
and Mme Mendez offered an
elegant reception at the Aux Telet
Cosaques Tuesday evening in
celebration of the Isthmus Rie- T: '"..p
p Government and Mill-
icials. Diplomatic and
r Corps and Haitian' Sd-
w swiftest way
1st of November'
;h March, Pan Ame- "
famous "Thrift Sea-
tes are in effect. Now,
n save up to 16%o on
ound trip fare alone.
are less crowded and
offer reduced rates at .
me of year. London,
and Rome are at their
with night clubI and
in full swing. Yes,
the time. to go to
e.!By Pan American'
qt there faster, your. .
goes farther. Take'
choice of three serv-
om New York.
e "President Special".
by luxurious "Strato" '-
rs*. The swift, eco-
dl "Rainbow" Tourist -
? by popular Super-B
S .40 (U.S.)
Less 'than ninety
time.., daily First
IND TRIP Class Service by
your Travel Agent or
/ R, CAA V:...,
Experienced Airline I
phones: 3451 and 2822
public's 50th Anniversary of In- Save,time and money-us
ft [ Air Mail andAir ParclPe
dependence. The f wte was attend- ..
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1953 .HAITI SUN, '
S-*- .- .-*.- **'.*-'*-'- '***"" ""' pour peu qu'ils jettent un coup d'oeil sur les rdalites sociales,. FOR SALE
D V E conomiques de. notre temps.
POINT DE VUE C6rtes, il y a par ailleurs de nombreux 4erivains qui ne sont Person leaves5, country sell
point dans ce cas. Leur attitude, leurs livres digent la sympa- furniture, silver, book,'Chii
S*******.- par LUCIEN MONT-AS thie reelle et profonde qu'ils ont pour les peuples opprimes, glassware, tools etc. Call at
sympathie qui a sa spurce dans leur conviction que la culture de Rue Rigaud, petionville, betw
DEL'INTEREt MANIFE TE A NOTRE PAYS PAR ces.peuples est porteuse d'avenir. November 1 15th during d
DES ECRIVAINS NORD-AMERICAINS .. ... ..
II n'est guere contestable que des ecrivains, journalists, T .
TOURISM UP 700/'
rhommes de sciences am.ricains s'int&ressent, depuis quelque OURISM UP 0 ... ',
temps, A noe pays, Au .mbde de vie de nos paysans, & la cul- T T h .. ,:. .,
The Bureau of Tourism has ,
ture paysatine. au comportement de ceux-lI qu'une terminologie ssued a highly gratifying list of .. .
issued a highly gratifying list of
politique ou. sociologique considere come des .6elments de statistics. According to final re-
1 ..r-pays. ports 34,439 tourists came to Our
S1 t "Tt r patent et qui va grandissant, pul Republic during the last fiscal
que en. 1952-1953, de nombreux ouvrages, con- year far beyond the, quota
sacrds & Haiti, ont pard aux' Etats-Unis. Ci hoped for.
tons;: HAITI, HIGHROAD TO ADVENTURE. It was a seventy per cent in-
Je Hugh B. Cave, -DIVINE HORSEMEN crease over the 1951-1J52 season .. .
1rHE LIVING GODS OF HAfTI, de Maya De- which barely passed the 20,000 ; V'
ren, ,STRANGE ALTARS, de Marcus Bach et mark. .. ... ..":.'
le, roman de John Goodwin intituld 'THE Ships -brought 17,423 of the re-
IDOl AND THE PREY. Let, te Insurance Company do the worrying. ..;
.IDOIe AND THE PREY., cord crbp of visitors and planes
Ces ecrivains amdricains, ont d6couvert une veritable mine accounted for another 17 thou- See immediately : NOW1C UNION. Insurance Co
I et s'offrent a leur exploration, les curieux aspects de la mentali- sand. It seems our hotel expan- Joseph adal and Co. Agents. Tel: 34S6
Ste "haitienne et les mnystrieuses manifestations du culte Vaudou. sion programme came none too .
S'il faut se r6jouir de Cet intr6t, il y aurait, cepehdant, a fast for-the, future of the tourist for Distinguished Beauty and Unparalleled
en degager les raisons. trade. Accuracy .Always Choose .
Le developpement du. movement touristique, saris doute, a .
amene etafii6ne vers Aos vives des milliers d'amh6cicins, parmi M ie n T P t-
lesquels .,des .crivains, des homnmes de science, des artistes qui Play In French .
d6cou.r.it en Haiti, A quelques centaines' de miles de la civi- -
.^hlisation -am6ricainel/quelque chose de jeune, quelque chose de This month Felix Morisseau- "
frais et de neuf, une vie -primitive., proche de la nature, pleine Leroy will return to French.with
Sd'esprtii, de mal6fices. -- the presentation of his play -La
a Mais cela ddcoule aussi, certainement, d'une tendance plus Maison Haute. The Haunted
g6n6rale, manifeste'tant chez les ecrivains enrop6ens que chez House at the Rex Theatre. 12
Lles. crivains am6ricains, tendance A& se retremper aux sources The play, starring Adrienne 2
v]vitfiantestde la civilisation dite primitive, tendance A rajeunir Dejoie, Jeanne Sylvain, Georges
unart qui montre des signs inqui6tants de decadence, au con-. Figaro and the author, deals o 4 .
tact de I'art tout plein de fraicheur des populations africaines -with a ybung girl who inherits
.p ar example;. a house inhabited by an Aunt ,
L. e d6veloppement des sciences de l'homme, de l'ethnographie and Uncle. The Uncle wants to
Sn'pa as- peu contribute a mettre devant les yeux blasts de I'horn- sell the house and tries to con-
me 'civilise. d'Europe et.d'Amerique les 6tonnantes resources vince the girl the .house is .
d de ]a. civilisation nigre, les manifestations fulgurantes de l'art, haunted. The girl does her 4=
-'de:Ja danse et de ]a sculpture negres. share of house-haunting and .the nSSO 'R R o''
11 -faut dire aussi que .la monte des peuples de .couleur, Ie situation-becomes very dramatic e S-SO E Ol.ES -e 25 .ue -
ryeil.de l'Afrique Noire, la.prise de conscience des intellectuals most entertaining. '
.erivains et artistes des pays opprim6s ont jou6 et jouent un o Le nelieur des pneus g9antsl
role de premier plan dans cette conitlute du monde par un art lo
nouveau.. Les intellectuals, les 6crivains et artistes de ces pays MAl B
ne peuvent qu'aller de l'avant.s'ils reconnaissent 'immense v:i- Sunday 3:30 p.m. i -M i R
leur de leur culture national, s'ils continent A l'explorer et & TLes Pionniersdu Far-West. Le
Les oiers'du Far-West. Le pneu qui vous donneTd'
l'introduire dans le courant universe de la pens6e, de la littera- 6 and 8:30 p.m. advantages inesp6r6e sasie c
ture et de I'art. Fiesta march stable et-douce.
'F .mois de risques de d&apa
., Pour cette raison, je ne puis suivre qu'avec 6norm6ment de in technicolour a..une carse ea-r6sstas
d'une tenue inegae e.
sympathie les efforts qui sont tents actueUlement en Haiti, vi- Monday 6 p.m. -. rsun ,e ilomfr agree o p
sant A l'dpanouissement d'une veritable culture national. ,Del Can Can Al Mambo. 6/eve au pdx le plus bas.
Mafs, il ne faut point se faire d'illusion. A c6t6 de l'attitude Tuesday 8 and 8:15 p.m.
.sympathique et constructive que nous avons plus haut signalc- a'Fiesta.
cet int6r&t,des 4crivains d'un civilisation industrielle, bien so5- *Wednesday 6 and 8:15 p.m. /
vent, nest qu'un moyen de fuite devant les problimes que 'Le Baiser De Minuith lf
posent A leur conscience la civilisation moderne et le choc des Thursday at 6 and 8:15 p.m. .: Danle man
ideologies. Ne voulant ni voir clair ni se mettre aux c6t6s des e'Eve. nreplu trs
forces montantes, ces 6crivains se r6fugiont dans un exotisme Friday 6 and 8:15 p.m. pnnnGo
facile. Fiesta, year que su
Beaucoup sont fatigues d'un mode de vie tripidant, beau- Saturday 6 and 8:15 p.m. autre marqu
coup sont blas6s d'un art decadent, beaucoup sont effray4s de ,Les Pionniers du Far-West.
UNE AUTRE ECONOMIC DUE A GOODYEAR.
Iani montee.des masses et beaucouip, un face du choix ineluctable, Sunday 3:30 p.m. H-Miler "All Weather" possde Ia fameuse
ee refugient dans cet exotisme pour se tromper eux-mnmes et 'Les Pionniers du Far-West, bade de rdutlement "All Weathr" de renom-
Stromper les autres, pour- essayer de d~tourner 1'attention sur At 6 and 8;30 p.m. d6raprdagc et tne ntacon xcepinnelles sr
.1'acuit4 des problmes. .Teresa, tous leq sols.
S. Mais, Us ne peuvent point se complaire dans cette attitude .-1-
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1953
trail after all these years.
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Rouzier reach
ed- the suminit without mishap.
Today little stands between a 'Zo" Salnave rested at Milot
patriotic citizen and a visit to while 50"Haitian tourists he had
S" Henri Christophe's Citadelle brought from P-au-P made the
an inexpensive plane trip, en- historic climb:-
joyable voyage by road a
i hrse and a little healthy exer- S i
Is cse. iervm -Mission a La
S, Havane, Bpok
.0.S. 'Seen'on the,trail up to our From Cuba
th: wonder 'of the world 'last- ,
Sweekenil -ere: Mr. and Mrs. Al- Antoine Bervin, director of
red-De .Matteis Fils, son Regi- Etincelless arid author of 'Mis-
i nald, and fiance .Alice Heaton; sion A la-Havane, returned from
-n'modmnted on.. horses: Gerard visiting Havana' and paying his
'.Brea,. wife,'son Gtly, and.nephew. respects to .President Fulgencio
pre*tred .leg. exercise to th2 Baptista last week. A rumour
;' sd'dle, Mr. '.and Mrs: Edgar. followed in his wake: That Bap-
M..Reese of Point Fofir. Ex- tista had endorsed the printing
treasurer of the Football' Fe- of a large Spanish edition in
duration Joe Volcy found the Switzerland. '
Dinner ance Every Friday
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SiD OFOD...OOD PR/C S
a C DIA c
Many. Make Popular
Pilgrimage To Citadelle
The delicate Chocolate
brings relief overnight.
tonight and tomorrow
you'll be all right.
FAMOUS FOR ItS
j Filelt1 l4 ..
* Pepper Steak
Escalloppe de Veau
LOCATED I'N COOL TETP,
For Reservatiops Tel. 7416.
3,000 U.S. Sailors
In Port This Weekend
At anchor in Port for the week
end are: The aircraft carrier USS
Randolph under the command
of Capt. Robert S. Quackenbush
with a complement of 200. offic-
ers and 2,600 Xmen. The supply
ship USS Shenandoah command-
ed by Captain Townsend with a
crew of 65 officers and 742 men.
Both ships of war visited Port
last October. ,
Comfortable modern unfur-
nished house; hall, 2 bedrooms,
office, kitchen 'etc. At--Martis-
sant. Call 2050 or 2369.
Sunday 3 p.m.
-Guns Of Hate,
At 6:15 and 8:15 p.m.
Monday 6:15 p.m.
So 9 -
Lest you forget
Hotel Ibo Lele,
'- PHONE: 7886
Tuesday and Frida
from 8 to 1130 p.m.
e ee eeee C O .
For Lunches and Dinners of Distiction,
Almost 5,000 feet; almost a mile .
above sea-level' '
Yet only 15 pleasant miles, 35 leisurely .
minutes from the heart of the Capital '
9 Unexcelled Americah trench Gemnimai- Haatia I
Cuisine and beverages ,
" ..' Ir4 .
;.N.,. z ..v....W- .
*Tarzan et la Fontaine
Tuesday 6:15 and 8:15
'Le Comte de Monte Cristo,
Wednesday 6:15 and 8:15 p.m.
Thursday 6:15 and 8:15 p.m.
,Le Comte de Monte Cristos
Friday 6:15 and 8:15 p.m.
Saturday 6:15 and 8:15 p.m.
=Dans La jungle,
d- OWW1dw. eaS O C O C O OOw
iCHATtLtn I flEUB.
in Cool KnrtsbfI
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S? The Neglected Tourist: Taxis, Pimps
Creole Parle Creole Comprenne. Are Welcome Committee For Sailors
r *" **' .By F. Morisseau-Leroy "*'.*'"*""" Continued from Page 1 With very little rdd tape cut-
ting, Navy boxers could be in-
S-., CAOUTCHOUX BAYEUX sailors*. For the sake of peach vited to meet our loqal boys
Semaine passe, m' t' alle Bavdux ac Homer and quietness and something bet who lack competition. iat the-
Gayne, Carlo Etienne, Yane.Etienne. N' t' alle ter to do most sailors yield, and Stadium and perhaps the en-
.,pub Ren6 Bdlance qui directeur ]'Ecole A-a.. are taken for a ride but trance fee crh o.carite .
trance fee could go to.lcharity.
Gan oun quantityd pieds'caoutchoux IA qui good. 'o s
This could apply !q, other sports
bail caoutchoux assez ,bien.'L'aute jou, you ex- The Tourist office will gladly ...
p6di6 25 tonnes caoutchoux. show figures that 56,145 US sail- '
Ann6e ga-a, plantations Bayeux ac plantations ors came to port last yeat, spent
SGrand'Anse ap expddi! 150 tones caoutchoux an approximate 20 dollars each.
j I pou 60.000 dollars.. C'd qui chose. The sailor represents 'no expen-
'. o di 'I yo bien capab planter caf6 tou en bas caoutchouk. diture on our part He comes
*a y" here on his ship and costs us no
: : CHOUCHO BAY publicity morey or transporta-a.
*'C'6 pas. bien loin Bayeux, Ingdnieui Baussan pr' alle construi tion to and from there ship as the
$'Ht.el Tourisse yq pr' alle r6ler Chouchou Bay; Gan oun belle cruise ship tourist does. Once
l;,age nan toute b6 lan mi-a.. Min manquier route b6 1l. here, he buys as much or more
PI BELLE ROUTE PI BEL ACCIDENT / mahogany as other visitors. i
I- in pas manquer belle route pbu soti Port au Prince alle With the sincere effort'. being '
.au. Cap. Route asphaltde, route'pavie fai quinquin." Pas man- made- today to streamline th'e
.quer accident nbn plus. Pou la Toussmkint gan oun camionnette handling of the tourist industry,
k qui'fait oun acoidentTerre Rouge. Deux mounes t6 gravement .the time has come .to consider
.'olice't6lphoner l'HUdital. Avant auto qui poter nouvelle qu4t- .the unflattering ,piee of photo-:
-ier Barriere Bouteille, Ajnbulance gan temps passer. C'e oun graphic reportage'that appeared
service qui serieux. last Sunday in .-Le National.
aA LA AU CAP BEL magazine. Neither compnmen-
., C'6 plaist pou ou6 gen gouverneihent fai Cap-Haitien vine tary to the country'or the Navy.
; ,bel: .Oun nhomme pas reconnaite la rue a yo enco. Toute botl, it illustrated what we offer the
'. asphalt. Oun Haitient senti 'I fiery marcher nan ville yo. t sailor today.
r4 longzemps an Paris de St. Domingue. ORGANIZE BUS' TOURS
With a little cooperation large
,.~,. a LEOSWALD DURAND ... h .ow .have,
2 .pass oiun bo6 moment nan .caillq cott Oswald Durand t' could offfr special priced tours .ig
dcri.live li yo nan Mando. Cassade-lA pas gan c' l'eau enco. Chou- with competent guide.. This
qouie mouri. 'Oswald mo'uri. Min l'esprit yo 1U. Charles Box is done in other countries with
qui hate caille-lA c'6 oun jeune n'homrnme qui gan 80 ans 2 quite-an amount of success, and
Novembre. M'1 ta contest bi ac moit6e l'Age-ca-p, m' t6 paraite profit. -. -
z. r.os neg cou Charles Bo;' LL montrer toute cot6 Oswald tL STAGE BOXING MATCHES
"i-'dou6 chita pou'l ecri. M'comme tender esprit m'aite-lA qui di 'm AND OTHER SPORTS.'
tQgontinuez, continue, pitite moin. 'Ecri Crtole. Gadez-.moLn- All the big ships in the Navy
.minige. Nan tout ga 6cri, c'6 pas-choucoune qui ap vive jou- have their boxing champions
'. que qa caba.' and if there isone sport dearly
''' love( by the Navy it's boxing.
I Plintons Lecture The outstanding souvenir of -,,
[On Vacation In'U.S. the trip was a packet lof over FORSALE .
r sixty letters from the children
SMr. and Mrs'.Jimmy Plhnton '"ro .0
of one- sEhool thanking Jimmy Owing to departure for sale .
turned this week from a short
visit to the Une dur- for his interespi.ng talk on Haiti Dining-room, sitting room, and. '"
l, .visit to the United States, dur-
":,nd accom:.ailied by thrir, in.i- h-ic-room furniture; ice box, ra-
ing which our :.Drycleaining' i.l -
Svidual sle-tches of the pretty dic, etc. .Appl'V: Kie-ou'.. ca'.?
'Laundry-mann vi-'.tedl F. me '
flowers, blue sea and scenjk of lipecitt. Dutch Lne. Tel[:l
the larger LtnllationIc mtere to
mountains described in his talk. 2353.
-.observe the latest methods of
S..drycleaning and laundry pro-
'Both Jimmy and. the Mrs.
found :time to lecture to Civic Caille Paille
groups and schools in the east- Abo ,..ns seenfrom Chenn ,de
ern U.S., Qnl the beauty of Haiti AIR-CONDITIONED Au.r Cox- .q9e
and its people. Says Jimmy Proudly Presents conditioned restaurant is fam ed j
.about the reaction of the audien- .The Merry Meringuers 5 such as Tassot and Griot.. So met
N.ces, ai all of the people who in- their Rhum mural a masterfull p
i'sIsted that they were coming to. D0 iln and Dancing .s.
Port -au Prince should arrive Every FIT FOR
hre this winter,. PAA, KILM, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY
:and C&S would have to tie a V From 8.30P.M.. / 'ir n
.few barges to the tails of their REBERVAT/ONS SUGGESTED PHONE 2380 I
airliners to, accommodate the
-0, w, .. ... .On SALE AT ALL BETTE
.overflow". ^...^*..^^.^^*^*.^^*...^*. / 9 ^ .- a. -~ -.
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Dolles, .the reconditioned,'
s. The. beautifully air-
for its 4aty Haitian dishes
thing, to be seen by all is .
piece ol work.
ER GROGEfIY STORES.
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.- TT A TArIT. iT'*..
as *eI$ ,
To create more interest in.'.tj
cotry tight be.,a good idea
for -the tourist office to '-endt
literature on Haiti in advanle-'
to Guantanamo -Bay in 'ubaz
from where most of the ,ship9.
sail to Haiti. An alarnuing pet-?i
centagi of sailors don't even bo.-,
ther to come, ashore in Port.a. ,U
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1953
Parking my car where I could
'.. rke a quick getaway, if neces-
sary, I entered the magnificent
Portals of the Riviera, and maCeo
tsraight for the cool dimness ct
is::: the Bamboche Room. It was still
early in the evening and the bar
v was not crowded.
-.'.::' Taking a stool well apart from
.. the other customers, I" ordered .
number of' bottles from the bar-
i-t'.. tender, and p:Lxed myself a.very-
"', .p cial. cconction of my own in-
A'i.vetion. This, I sipped while'.
S..wailing for Mrs. Walgren.
.1 5 My brain 'fizzed like a neavlvy
..... ...pOired glass of champagne.
C WV'.:'What did the.woman want with
e? What was she doing. again
Sin Haiti? ,She had .tried to swi'n-
die me once. Was she going to
....r. y again?.- Perhaps, she swas.
sorty for the way she has treat-
: ved me, and, wanted to make
Before I could open my mouth
to greet her she said, "Come
outside, Mr. Grant. I want to
have a talk with you.-
I followed her out of the Por-
tals, down fhe steps, over the
lawn, to a side of the Hotel
where we were out of sight of
vulgar, peeking eyes.
There she turned and faced
me. 'She had changed, I saw,
in the year she had been away
from Haiti. Her smile was no
longer tender, promising. It
was wicked, teasing, provoca-
tive. Fortunately, I am -not eas-
ily provoked. .t.
She put both hands on my
shoulders and looked into my
6yes. I clutched her and drew'
herf towards me. Th e impact
was wonderful, .although jar-
ring. Her ribs, under my hands.
were all that any man could de-
WISE and OTHERWISE
By T. Grant
r'nunlin.oC from last w'eek
' That. must, be it. I started to sire. think of as .my darling.,
1% dream., Visions floated before ,She tilted her head back and *I suppose you wonder why I,
my-eyes. Visions of ecstacy, of looked- up at me. Her mouth sent for you,', she said with
",bealtr, of fulfilled, love,, of un- was-like a flower. The kind of throbbing undertones in her
Ap .tpeh.ghT.. To icut this 'hba-. nose in, to catch all the' sweet- she could make such a simple
e @4disiapdsum up, visions ness of its perfume. But I did sentence seem significant.
rs. Walgren.'.sh hbt bury my'nose in her mouth. .1 did, at first,, was my re-
8 it visions 'naret..such intan- I am not that kind of a manr ply. -But since that kiss I
lthings.. As I sipped my I.just kissed her thing I'know. Ypu and I are at--
Iloged for the, t6uph o tuned to each other, like the
Si.." fle' of -her "metacar- When the woHld stopped .spin-,'. violins in an orchestra. Toge-
oithe l el of her' metacar- "ning around me. and the eorin other we 'might find love's bar-
phangei grasping mine, )I 'stellations had settled back into monies, and make our lives one
pac of her caass their usual places, I heard her 'divine melody. ,.
Sa ct he .i m eet ice- saying, .Come up:. The look on her face startled
.7.. e ai oi.clutched -he- ,i sin'gv 'v
: ar" .yeamed for the spring to, my room, Mr Giant, I have me. .Are you drunk?. she cried.
S.of teir costal a!rch as my,'halds- -Iomething r-"%nt to6 show you. 'Snap out of it, you old goat.
press'": ier plose to ine. At- W'll.go in the back ivay..,G. Get those ideas out of your
r i e- I loved every bone hesitated. This was' more head.,
'i. .roy" old a m-. a. than I Ihad bargained'for4 A There they went, all my visi-
':' .1on .ec. for, the' sounds aris- man of my standing in the corn ons, all my hopese, ,all 'my
4l4 -h e'r glorious larynx, unity cannot. afford to be dt-eams of c6nnubialbl!ss. Crash-
"1.te d'4for.her luscious labia..
pecial.. concoction I was .
lad taken effect. OObvi-.
i. physiological eff t. ". ... ,
:handa touched my shoulder. .
Sto reality With a DORISMOND ; ,
turned my head. There a MEINBER
the woman of my ant
,.,"jIu: 2 6a 4
.sio t ,fav.'tfeet, one inch in
'l'-.one hundred and two
S.i her, fully clothed. .
.lI thought Of as I saw -.-ORAND RUE NO C
.Ji teri al'things. Gone were
l .... m......
-caught sneaking into a room in
a hotel with a woman less than
.half his age. It was her age
that bothered me. Had she been
as old as I am there would have
been no hesitation. I would
have flatly refused to go with
her and the whole adventure
would have ended right there.
As it was, I felt a strange urge
within me, a strange inner com-
pulsion, stronger than my will,
too strong to resist. It was the
second time I had felt it that
evening. It, is the call of des-
tiny., I thought, and hesitated
Once in her room, comfortab-
ly seated, with a whiskey soda
in my hand, I looked around. It
was the last word is luxurious
living. -What a lucky man is
Clarence Moody,, I thought, 'to
be able to live in a wonderful
.place like this, with a bar so
My train of thought was In-
terrupted by Mrs. Walgren,
whom I had already begun to
ed"to earth, never to rise again.
I swallowed the whisky soda in
one gulp and asked her'for an-
As she rose to fix it, she be-
gan to laugh. This increased
my bitterness, developed my
despair. I got up and started
for the door of her room. I could
get a whiskey at the bar, even
if I had to pay for it.
When she saw I was leaving,
she put my glass on a table and
ran towards me, her laughter
stopped, and her eyes brimming
*Have I hurt you, my darling,
my true love?' she cried, her
voice half filled with emotion,
half filled with hypocrisy. It
takes a delicate ear like mine
to catch those nuances in a
She put her arms around me
"and pressed what was under
her bra upon my chest. I reci-
procated. It made me feel re-
invigorated. I haven't felt that
way in years.
Apparently she had overcome
her repugnance for the old goat.
Something was going on here.
What 4t was I determined to
find out, even at. the cost of my
*Don't go, lovei. a-she whis-
pered. I have something to
show you. And I need your
help. You are the only man in
-Haiti that I can trust..
These were sweet words, fair
words, seductive words. But I
was not deceived by them. I
decided to force the issue by
getting rough. So I kissed her
again. Centuries passed. I
.nearly passed out, myself.
*Then I led her to a chair and
slammed her into it. I thought
she might misunderstandme if I
slammed her onto the bed.
Standing before her chair I
" Time "" "fife ,"
h .. L'
The Lnea ing A ic
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-Are Now On Sale At All -
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looked down upon her. She was
a picture of misery, her dishevel
led hair half hiding her face.
"Here is a womap,* I said to my-
self, 'that I can bend to my
She seemed to be under a tre-
mendous strain. The bloom was
gone from her cheeks, the glit-
ter, or-shine .if you will, from
her eyes. Her formerly firm lips*"
were flaccid. She looked hag-
gard and dehydrated.
I heard a sound behind me.
Turning, I saw a manr standing
before an immense wardrobe
trunk, in a corner of the room.
Open now, it had been closed
when I entered the room. The
man had been hiding in it.
I stared at him. His face w;as
familiar to me, as it is familiar
to millions of people all over
the world. It was the face of
a man, who is hated as perhaps
no man has ever been hated
before. The face of a man just
reported in the world press as
having escaped from the world's
most infamous prison.
It was the face of Laventria
To be concluded next week.
W! IF royi "I
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SINGLE WITH BATH $6 to $10
DOUBLE WITH BATH $10 to
THREE MEALS INCLUDED
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8th 1953
Last weekend Mr. Preetzmann
Aggerholm, a confirmed sailor
returned from Summer abroad
.on the SS Cristobal, with Mrs,
Aiggerholnm who shares his love
for sea travel.
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':The"annual Kermesse of the
:Petke Seminaire College St Mar
-.tial opens today at 9 a.m.% You
y are invited
French engineer Pierre Lam-
bert, who has interests in the
.Cinent d'Haiti, is at Hotel
.Choucoune for a 5-day sejour.
.Mr. Lambert is accompanied by
his wife Elena Delgado de Lam-
bert, sister of the ex-President
7of the Military Junta Govern-
iment of Venezuela,
Wednesday evening laadanie
'Roy Tasco Davis observed 'her
-birthday -anniversary with din-.
-Zner at the Hotel Riviera with
.-frienda;. husband. he.-AAmeriean-.
;::Amlbassador and Captain and
. Irs Ericl~sen of the Panama
Alfred Dehring, Shell. Instal-
: nationn manager here on loan
;.lIrom Jamaica this past year is
4clippering home today leaving
:his heart behind him. Ki Pi gave
;a banquet Friday evening in .the
F",eparting oilman's h6nour.
S-Melle Helga Tippenhauer re-
!'1turned from Miami VWednesda.-.
Mrs. Marie Therese Attie and
,Jacquelinq Elie Joseph returned
,Jfrom abroad last Sunday.
'Engineer Lue Chai-:,- return-
f ed from six weeks vacation in
:;New York last weekend on the
4 .C L..
9t~PJ 6 *
Mme Anselano Paulino Alva-
rez and Dominican Ambassador ,%
to Mexico Ramon Brea Messia
were here Monday intransit to
Mexico via Miami.
Settling down to life in Haiti
are the new American Vice-Con-
sul Myron Lawrence, Madame
and their two sons, Philippe, 2
years old and Jbseph, 4 months.
Liberian Ambassador Mr.
George T. Brewer went to visit
his son at Howard University in
,Washington last weekend.
French Admiral Andre Jubelin
Naval Attache at the French Etn
bassy in Washington is here
Mr. Sorel Drouin'eaud ,form-
erly Introducer of. ambassadors
and Ministers at the Foreign
Office last Sunday for France to
assume the post Of First gec-
retary at the Embassy in Paris.
Ambassador Albert Etheart
was decorated before his return
, to the Dominican Republic Thurs
day by French Ambassador Ro-
ger de Bercegol with the Legion
of Honour with Grand Cross.
Olive, Miriane. Grace and San-
dra Burkett went over to King-
ston Tuesday to be on hand to
welcome the Queen when she ac-
rived in Jamaica on the 25th.
Mr. Lionel B,?rmingham ,I:rt
Thursday on a trip to KiL'atSLon
and San Juan. He is expect1c
to return Tuesday.
Secretary General of the Pub-
lie Works Mr. Edouard Rigaud
went to Havana Thursday on a
health trip with his wife.
Robert Sansairicq went Wed-
nesday to his job of Vice-Consul
* Mrs. Bob Dirks is vacation-
ing in Petionville with the Jim-
my Vrano's. Papa and the kids
are down at Marfranc tapping
Mrs. Jacques Pereira arrived
back' from visiting her husband
in Venezuela Wednesday.
Daniel Bayard returned from
the States Tuesday.
Carl Henri Decatrel Vice-Con-
sul of Panama is off Tuesday on
a short business cum pleasure
trip to Havana.
In from New York for 3 days
of sightseeing and shopping -
Elsie'Dockeray and Lucille Mur-
ray. The ladies were welcomed
and escorted around town by
friends Emmanuel Racine and
Andre Supplice. .
Mme Jacqueline Wi
turned from Central
this past week.
Dr. Andre Sterlin
from the States.
Irwing Coulanges went on a
health trip to New York Fri-
San Juan bound tomorrow are
Yolla Mucci and Marie Josephine
Coming home tomorrow to see
the folks after an absence of
six .years is Mrs. Pieri-e Shenck,
former Josette Pierre-Louis.
Mrs. Shenck lives in Switzer-
land, and is coming over to show
off her hometown to her 5'year
old daughter Christine.
Mrs Colette Sendral Sma1tl re-
turned from Jamaica in time to
celebrate her birthday Monday.
Herman T. Schoonebeek here
with the Dutch Line these past
six months returned Sunday by
Panama Line to the New York
Office after appropriate farewell
Lucienne Miot is bound for
Sher new post in Caracas tomor-
is home row after a week at home in-'
transit from the Washington
One of our top ranking poets
Roussan Ca'iille is to marry
%. TI I -
this wepk. Roussan andlovely
Laura Trouillot, of Lalue have
set the d.te for this coming
. Mr. Jean Dauphin, formerly
with the Foreign Office, is clip-
pering to Mexico City today
with his family to take up his
position as Consellor at the Em-
Father Franceur returned,
home Tuesday from Africa. 1a-
ther Franceur after being o-
dained in Europe spent a year
teaching in Africa.
Mr. Jean Tissier a BIT spe-
cialist from Lyon, France, is. in: '
the Capital with his wife to re- .
organize the J. B. Danien tech-
Mr. Gerard Martino and. so'
Nicholas are back' -from New,
Senora Manuel Dagnino wife .
of the Ambassador of Venezuela
joined her htisband here this.
Mile Denise Borno is hode'..
from studying. .Puericultu'rp a'
the Ecole Solanges Bodirn in Pa- "A"
Looking younger', and the
height of fashion Evelyn Eisen
is back in town visiting her
(multitude of. friends. Evelyn
.was accompanied down from
-:0:- New York by her father Nat
Andy Andersen of Usine A Feld, former director of the One
Glace Nationale is clippering off Oak Dairy.-
on a business-cum-pleasure trip -:0;-
to Ciudad Trujillo and Havana Lola Pincherle of Esso has
Thursday. *returned from a vacation divid-
Friday was the fete pf M. Eric
Popular businessman Fortune
Bogat observed the passing of
another year Friday.
Mis. Bur't Shrewsbury is go-
ing to New York next week.
Daughter Suzy, will join her in"
Andre Esper went to New
York Thursday to join his wife
Dentist Paul Sejourne and
Madame flew to vacation in
6l Rm .admcuw
TCamous since 486kZ
ed between San Juan and Cii-
Over from Nassau visiting -
with her son and family' in Pe-
tionville is Mrs. P: C. Smith.
Son Fred Smith in Haiti 7 years
is a noted Coniuercant.
D:niel Sicard of the Splendidl
Hotel is going to reside in th-
NMrs. Fraenckel, proprietress
of the Hotel Splendid has been
abed this past week with sick-
Spanisl Ambassador M. Fer-
nando Canthal y Giron returned .
from San Juan ,Wednesday
where he joined his wife and
daughter Ana Maria who have
been vacationing in Spain.
Mrs. Rene Scutt observed her
Thursday morning at clinic
Pierre Nbel in Bois Verna. the
stork handed Mr and Mrs. Eu- "'
gene Kenol their first child, a
beautiful baby girl. Ma is for-
mer Delia Wolff, and daughter .',:
is taking the name Francoise. 'i
Mr and Mrs Frantz Bellande.
have a baby girl The new ad- .
ditton is to be-christened re-
ports ,Le Nouvelliste Fathra.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Price-Mars .
welcomed their third child
Thursday at Clinic Pierre Noel .
in Bois Verna. Mother, form-
erly Madeline Targete, and her
baby son are doing fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert. Lemaire .
have named their new daughter ,'
,Mile Marie Lamercie Susel "is
now brightening the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Tite V. Cadestin
of Jeremie. The Ti Pouplonne
was baptised at the church of
Dame Marie with' M..Absalon '
Francois and Mile Enice Choisil
serving as Godfather and God-
mother. Marie was born on Oc-
tober 3rd at the Saint Antoine
Maternity Hospital. Her mother
is the former Marie-Rose Fran-
Aft 'N *': *.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8th 1953
lity Of The Week
led from Page .1)
Good Hunting Here
Mr Ralnh RBellamv 'hn ndailv
hopes to do a commemorative But the dank rains of Bogota
stalks across theU.S. television
stamp f~or the Big Year. were not healthy for Garcia's stalks across the
network in his research as ace
Garcia was born in Manila 3d young daughter, who contracted
detective Mike Barnett, has
*'.years ago of a Spanish Father a skin disease 'called 'Prurigo dect ike Barnett, has
been wading into swampy ponds
and Argentine mother which Dea Hebra., It could be cured
in the Ardibonite this past week
nakes him a virtual United Na- in a sunny climate, so in 1951,
stalking duck and guinea hen.
tons. The family went to live Garcla, his itfe, daughter, t~vo
Well known on stage and
in Spain while lhe was still an sons and sister-in-law set off for
..i r a I screen as well as TV, Ralph
infant, but after the father died, Haiti ,where the 'ailment disap-
hunting out of Borel with Fer-
4 Garcia and his five brothers and peared
gle Ferguson proved he could
0--'S 'sisters returned to the Philip-
sitr. rtne t th 'Pip Now Garcia is serving as tech- place a bullet in life as well as
''pines. is mother wanted him p e e i a w
ines. mnical advisor to the Sports Bu- on the screen, by taking three
,to be a Doctor, so he divided his
Sreau and' well-launched in a ducks on the wing along with
.esudies between the Far East-
s e brand-new career. His colourful' two fine guinea hens.
ern University, where he earn-
e posters wiUll help advertise Hai- Mr. and Mrs. Bellamy -were
;Rd a M.D. and the National Col- -
i t' Us 150th Anniversary in coun- were for their second visit at
S. .tries throughout the world. -the Hotel Riviera
where he Indulged in his favour- *
ite occupation, Sports.
', m a- sa a a
,'jn 1935 he broke -'the world
breaststrokee record, previously
,.:held by Canada's Walter Spence.
A year later, he- retired from
.... swimming to take up Soccer dnd
.'1937 as- the goal keeper for ,
,t PhiliPppines in--a game with"
^ England., H8put- p' Ich a hard
defense e broke. his leg .in the -
effort.' aten, he turind to, -pro-
fuignal .coaching and became'
,,--YSa Ca 4t'C re&. insttructor for. -
S pine Cobnstabulary
rn 1939, he rettirned to Spain
.ol.'ay ld.' Miortch turned .
.out;ta.be.,nore 1;haii 10t.ears in t
.du ira e iade' new' bead- *
'ife sr-iWmfiing meets and
ball matthes'and eventually
tuned again to coaching. On a COSTOSION
t to the Cnary Islands; a t AG G
; n"ish- pos essiodnoff the coal.i .rn O o1o
Afrca, he settled down in ain and
Santa ruz woo and win Mrs. N s te e_ dealer case
Sibnr to ciple i san.e ear. our
P.-re: on their way -to Bogotae e e _,
Qombla, Where Garcia was p- We a r ee' r LIl
,.Qted. a Prnofessor in the Mill.- let you ?
tary Education Institute After motor oil A
-'%. 'e dngt-e
e reorganized the physical edu- '
programme, he was n"am- ., l nger
Vlechnical Advisor with the ,- i
rank: of Inutenant Colonel. .w "' a"t *Y'q
si .,ion.tte Door Op. r Vns l
eta ealoelleinto a r'-
V R" borea, hill when the door -t
'.1 passenger flew open .this :C, ,,o -* Vh ine the M .luo
V 'eek' shell "-7 m
f afrre escaped with'two. .
"trtred legs and shock '"
ft -- N
.. c y $ V s..I' i i :, .- "."" 'Pill
'the ,. l:. ', ; ca i ne t "' '.ACP 7''.. [lilt pi. i" .,"f .
reception scene in rural Haiti.
f---d -0- v
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SI I I A
ISpNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1953
. ____ ____- __ ---- -- --.-- -A A T TI--- ^- -- IT N --- ---- --- ---a--g e I5. _
e Republican Administra-
iin WatShington has decided
Siiame s tsLatin-American
!-.Programme -to rid itself of
embarrassing bit of termono-
.I-m now on the"Point FoUir
-.ed after a famous Truman
paign plank] Mission to Hai
I 1 be *kioin as the Mission
4iotperations des Etats-Unis en
SAnd it. will be adminis-
under the Foreign Opera-'
Administratiorf in Wash-
ion, under the Directorship of
scuttling the Point Four
4e President Elsenhowet em-
ied he was not scuttling
e-programme itself. He stres-
'tthe fact that his 'Adminis-
n would still carry on the
B. F. Goodrich
i HEAVY SERVICE
F Port an Prince
CARD & CO., Jacmel
wide-spread Technical Aid Pro-
gramme to help nations develop
their economy and raise 'their'
standard of living.
In Haiti, the Director of the
Aid Programme, Raymond Smith
gave his assurance that no re-
ductions were planned this year
and added that the Programme
might even be expanded.
In general, the United States
furnishes Technical Assistance'
to Haiti in two ways 1) it
sends American technicians here
to help Haitians carry out their
various programmes designed to
improve the country, and 2) it
Rends Haitian technicians to the
United States for more specializ--
American experts have work-
* ed closely -at the side of Haitian
colleagues- Lp the fields of Pub-
lic Health, Agriculture, and
Forestry. They have helped the
Government build up a more
efficient Customs Administra-
tion and -an office of Vital Sta-
/ Through SCISP Le Servide
Cooperatif Inter-Americain de la
Sante PWblique -- the two Gov-
ernments have worked .closely
together for 11 years fighting
yaws, providing -driiqking water
to outlying villages, construct-
ing Health Centers and Clinics.
Through SCIPA Le Service
Cooperatif Inter-Americain de la
Production Agrinole the two
Governments worked out a'farm
education and irrigation pro-
gramme that is doing much to
boost the Republic's dwindling
'The Irrigation Project at V'!-
lard and the Experimental Farm
at Bois Dehors in the Artib6nite
has already been turned over to
the Haitian Government to be
administered by the ODVA. Ame
rican technical aid to this Hai-
tian agency is' expected in the
A month ago the M issian made
an agreement to furnish SHADA
also turned over to the Hai-
tian Government with tech-
nicians to aid in the exploitation
of the Pine Forest.
Mr. Ernesto Cecilio Martijn,
Consul General of Haiti in Mdn-;
.treal left Tuesday for Jamaica
and Curacao.on business after a
short sejour here.
Entry No. 10 in 'Haiti Sun* Kiddy. Contest is 2 1/2 year old Gary
Paulan an ardent swimmer and scrapaus choaker. Gary, the so'r
of Maurice and Mrs. Paulan of the U.S.,Air Mission to Haiti is.
seen above preparing for a deep dive into the Hotel Riviera pool.
First Haitian Mummy In Good State f
Continued from Page 1 the new embalming art. rIn the
Dorininican Republic, he turned -
sational formula says it is a de- his formula over to. 'La .Carib-
hydrant and powerful disinfec- bean Motors, for 15,000 dollars
tant that coagulates protoplasm and 35 per cent of- the profits
' He -feels it will be -useful 'not for the next two decades.
9nly for preserving 'the mortal He 'did not disclose his busi-
remaiUs of Loved Ones but also ness negotiations in Ha.ti. Af-
ll be a .gieat ia in .returning ter he leaves Our Republic, Dr.
victims of war, -and other mass- Rodriguez goes to Cuba and' then
disasters 'to their families and to Argentine, wh-re he will use
helpprevent the epidemics that his art on the body of Eva Pe-
so often follow in bhe wake of ron before it is tran-sfdrred to
death and destruction. I its.permanent resting place, a
The fluid should also prove magnificent Mausoleum.
extremely helpful in medical ,
pathological research./ Modern
mummies will preserve the his-
tological'structure of the tissues
indefinitely and medical schools
will no longer have to keep their
cadavers in alcohol.
When Dr. Rodriguez brought
his formula to the United
States, hp won the stoutest
praise from the (lean of Ameri-
can Embalmers, Charles Renou-
ard, who was. quoted in Time
Magazine as saying, *I am anti-
que in a deadbusiness. Dr. Rod
riguez, has made a real find.,
The somber-garbed inventor,
who has made his home min
Venezuela for the pajt S years.
has been touring othi iniition:
in the Hemisphere displaying
Gary Paulan at 'work on the 9.
fountain, mouth oJ the big Cr)d ii
pau, at the Hotel Choucoune
pool. The crapauii which sup-
plies the pool with water is the
work of artist Ranul Dupoux..
Gary frequents all the pools.
Ma is the onlooker.
Refreshing, cool, delightful
fruit... uniform halves it
fancy heavy syrup. Deli-
cious as a dessed... sp.ea-
did for salads. I
Choose Monarch and be
sure you always serve
Highest quality .. deff'
nitely finer for 100 years'
don't say "dutch beer" but always:
(. the best beer of.all -dutch beers )
CURACAO TRADING COMPANY
S. "I. -
Point IV, Gets -New Name:
Missions des Operations des
Etafs Unis en Haiti '
P ie1 '
Page 16 IAITI SUNz SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8,
Government Deposits ments and official proclamations The %Haiti Sun, will kee
500,000 Dollars concerning the Colony incluri- readers informed on pla
In World Monetary Fund ing the original text of the 1801 put these precious articles
Continued from Page 1 Constitution. display.,
marks the beginning of an ipi-
portant era In orienting ourl, n
small country to world economic,
affai. El R nch
On December 12, a three-man
mission from the World Bank
will arrive in Haiti for three
S': days of top-level discussions with P I
Government officials and Dire,-
tors of the National Bank. It .
will include M. Jorge Del Canto, ..
Assistant-Director of the West-
ern Hemisphere Section of the
World Bank; Mr. Merle Cochran, H
Deputy Managing Director, and
2:4': HMiss Roberta McKay, Secretary. ......
-Year Old IDASH Council
President Magloire received
the Administrative Council of
At a farewe? party" New York's Plaza Hotel for departing IDASH at the Palace Tuesday.
.,, morning as the Social Welfare
Prince of Thailand, Delegate to the United Nations are: From m .
left tonight: Mr. Ernest Chauvet, Haiti's permanent delegate to organization rounded out its
first year of operation.
the UN., the, Prince of Thailand and Mrs. Evelyn Eisen an old
f""n o f HaitiIts achievements include
f friend of Haiti. -
Si1. The construction of a 90,000 ,
SL dollar Orthopedic Center to be
R d Table ..reolle the Haitian American Institute. inaugurated next December 6th. it
"" Orthograi Tomorrow The subject up for discussion 2. 14,000 dollars worth of me-
Morisseau-T_ ry will com- tomorrow night is "Creole Or dical aid provided victims of on-.
mence hj series of Round Table. thography. The public is invit- the-job accidents
discussions Monday evening at ed to attend. 107 accident victims spent a
.. ,, total of 1,108 days in the hospi-
6Phwsea ioleasure! 00 accident victims received L" "u
BY a oPhilips' nowr more than 6,000 -dollars in com. tw O- S p0ssi Oi Os ,
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