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Haiti sun
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication:
Port-au-Prince, Haiti


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


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

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Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
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oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
lcc - Newspaper 2117
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Sunday u a S

; PORT.AU-PRNCE, HA .. Avenue Marie-Jeanne CITE DUMARAID S EBTBWE I e 061 Vof XX.- 'S day ,tanar,.,, 1 2- .
1 g4n ging A assa .

Dr. Larimer Mellon Honored
*.. __ '___"
SDr primer rellon who has this. week', by the Minister of
chose h 'tile people of Haiti to Public Health Dr Aurele Joseph
bring I 'eief to in building under on behalf bf. the President of the
Sthe Sponsorship of the Grant. Republic, Dr .Francois Duvalier.
Foundation, an, over two million Dr Larimer Mellon was gresen-
dollar hospital; the most modern ted,. during a ceremony held at
in' the Caibbean- was honired (Continued on page 16J
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Survey 's,

NeW: ChieFw

Major Donald A uthur Curry of
the Americai Army has arrivee
in Port as new, Director of the'
:InterAme-,can Geodetic Survey'
(IAGS).- He arrived in Port au
Priince early last week to 'r -v
place Major -Antop.v Kubelius,
Jr., who' headed.. the post for the
pas t thtee yeirs' and who left
With his wife ahl child rn for
a new post ihC 0lbmbia. Maj:
kXubelius 'leftPort' au Prince on:
F edrLesday~ wearing a Kiogsize
Haitian straw bat. "
alj. Curry wAs representedd
'ponday 'moi.nin to the staffi.,o
t:he -TC andthe Departteptal
heid'b f the Hlt Army :pgi ;
.a. e'.ue- ple4,to. ts
health,: : eio&rC thata t-e.-basuicg:topogra-,
t ficaLt mai ,iabee.i coi._
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a'. ed.by PAA. S 2:45 p day f ftia a
S i' re Mo :ia 0 pupils are' Dr Sa was welco edy
"*a" _i.sschool i. ao e.s na Re -.

AIn DYGuiU SO 00' -9 :
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R46 S ..l fr-.to he oAlo a
1-ke--t :- I i i ce i e road consti. on.
6dm nd iMrKeh terla ...o6l of. Agpicitsre dby P A, Sudai.aLa pa np i t cr"- j a"P'
e:.tan, ,20. pupiS .. ..en-, "Dr Sanane -was welcomed fa
f .Ma -h t -the. "E~- M ri ifL ro i
Si .p~,~~ a ofi., ter.k a*aitiAg afor i.pping Deleeatate. 0M6fr I, n 'h e ad h ao
-scn hool, H 'o i ".. ...iS..S th
..of.lHatfi, Dr 'Otto.Staene, a'nd .e[ae'
.r iC. ,L O.. ,. '.
"" General Inspectori. oif eos "%I &Hta
...r..a'.. o x p:an d Dr: Lo inskid uebe itthe Franelt"'e.w note-out
-r iit --TV t,
AProducts. Pr dni' ,name of Publitc, Health": D 'pvir t ge 'i a o.a.d -.L-the- [nc14 ed mj

rad ca Ane MleHi ia De o tbe oefdaprioh
'sely.he.' rik.i alL..o ,":" I, m eoit.r oi, e r ad,

P'n Athan $ 0-, U .in0
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.to;n f i-e ofbaby : hspgle, bt'.uik ess..- Thi.s firm 'is 1 "1 ..... -" '".... : '-
.-~~'r u ie-.He th Depatnent, Dr ea- i e n. be.'me:.- t:- be/atrp~tt.. school, a0-aer d .

S &Coninued onde
; an. e -tab is 't ed "at" 'the. ALPHA P. lastio 'Mu i m a rne had.n .Idp"tt eohlersri- ,,ea .T'ae ~t ", 5 the ef a 25 .d e

.. ....ns with the o e t e Stare oMarttn'sa. tDistrtibut or e, j i
e, ..,- 4,. .A'aidt.I'. and,'.iae,' a. -,ate.. demie S6moza.:-(See .. (Con! a;p age 16) Miller High Life.Bpe r. -.-',;' tzidng ter, glop.M lyl I
....tsely a is afStory on page 6), o

rnkof Americanism with the Soai
Soficals .Mr .
iexpressed ,'a keen. jrt resf-i -
'Operation Pote Cole sfLord
more than 13,00,0O -:u.s..S:
since 1959",.
He termed the fivp-hour-" ,
.(Conti ued on pa

WMinister 1Hatheit'

chit. who is also Direeto o$"
Pn-Ameriean Union in'- Had
Ngi mqLe Coitesponderdb'"-1,
er of the International 'hiti'stl
of Americanism with the Sod7i
S* paid'and 5r Ral hold a waterproof bab ants r ndre S. Apld and Mward inspecting a bab tys Cross of Honor prese*tj i
o'., n .the foregrounds of ;L.Rt,,ek In package ready for jihipping, P ,''ants...-._' __. ...... ,:_ :[him in Wis. hington, as. q reo.

Makeingi Hiti

By K., B
Walter L. Meyer,'. 'mol
*alter L. Meyer,.ni
liarly -kno*n as W .a4irj
in Port, au Prince lsti
to spread his g6speljl:.'
.batics".'and mraling.
'py by the. mnldium ofu#
'WalyY anived.bre.
a~ia~ tb:55th. country
:ha vited and e. rthd#ct4
f ":Global "Globm.h v er''
is the 56tflctin :ry he-h
r.i ..ca' ..ii ..in g .
S. His" ce-wth-
1 new'firi Co ge,:h' '
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iVth i littlest i


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SAGE 2 H A I T 1 S U N Sunday January 21st, 192.

n H aiti T h is W e e k -Lawyer Owen M. Begley. ai delighted wilt their tlin to Cap ant Corporation Council.in Mo
I New York State Senator and M- Haitien and the Ciladelle in com- Vernon and President of a'.G'
u .. y i:. .*'A JO orNit.r' Stanley L. Grayson, a Co.troler pan y .wih pretty jss Agathe Club in Westehester ;Coaunty .,
S *"A party of four Negro Missionaries'of the for Blauvelt Engineerings Co uillemetti, a Canadian nurse wife May just co let :,t
IChurch of God in Christ, including'lMrs Charles from New York were met at from Montreal visiting Haiti as day'visit here. They were'ie
Harrison Mason, Bishops Samuel Crouch and the airport Saturday morning by guest of her classmate Miss Ma. at El Rancho. Ben said-that
Richard Fidler and Miss E lsie Shaw arrived well known businessman Aristide rie-Therese (Nanoune) Barrau.' enjoyed bvery minute of it"'
Petoia. These visitors came to They were guided by Annis Ca- hopes to come back rkal'l "l.l
here Thursday to dedicate the C. H. Mason study an economic project with zeau. Mrs Lee, Bynum thinks Jerry .Sloan ..in ivest ,
school, called after the late Chief of the Church the Haitiah government. They that here beautiful 'daughter Sha- Ne wYork is on an-'jad. 'li
of God in Christ. They were met at the airport are guests At Choucoune. rou would certainly enjoy .the 'sojourn here. He is guest at
by. y r aurore St. Juste, Director pof the Na- -"Senor" Francisco .May, a trip to Cap Haitien if she came Oloffson... Mr James Blair. Shei
Hi Archivs. er Chilean industrialist is visiting along yith her, but Sharon does wood. Director 11 the,' f
Stional Archivesherethis week in company with his not- like to travel,' she said.- States Lines in Havie, PFtanci
Ms 0C. H. Mason, former Elsie Washigton is the widow of the lovely blonde German wife Jutta -Beautiful 'honey skin model also guest at the 'OlotfAon,.i.Tall
jtdiCharles Harrison Masoti died recently and of whom the first Gabriela. They are housed at El Lynn- Jbrdan' is back this week and charming Mrs Lynne .Sl un
S' Catholic President John, '. Kennedy said that, his death was Rancho. Jutta i a': keen' expon- to spend a :month with her sist- ting, a mpdicaj illustrato dro
Sthe Nation .ent. ot the Haitian meringue... er, Audrey Bake. Cleveland is back to ,her darli
.L- for 'the Nat ...Clv,
S. Missionaries sweehere to ed te Mr Arthur Saunders, "- lawyer -unarnung p Ion d e. blorla. Ibo-Lele, this' time j ag
S5. Negro Missionares spend two w to fe rom New York is current guest Warner,. a songtress '.rom New .th her handsome,.15.;
..school built by the Chtrch of God n Christ which'.is at the Montana Hotel. Geo'Gon- York fl.ew down here.' Sa'tud&iy son Roiald, taller thq D
iisecond: home' and that she likes as much. .' zalez, '"sympathico" Manager of mqrningi.t 'catcj the. .SHOME- Stanley' Corwifi,. a de tfb
"'Wsorks of the Chbucl o{ God .'Christ are very"-appreiated the Hotel is introducing him to R .whep,.she'was epgaged.,a Los Ageles,Calf ad wife C
; the world. The U.S. governip..t could not show, a 'eter the charms of the Island... Mr .an' entainer:.,She' .whsmet: at rinne :e; honeyrioo,-
tan.the financing o th .2 5,000,000 UnHrSW, ttpro- Hyman J. Goynshor,..a p iiaMond the a frthere by. Al' WorJan, Ib-Lel -Hotel..
t.h.. M n P .. :..ty .-.. mporter from' Chicago ard char; kt:nment Manager : o foordC 'ca coq"tractr. crom N
this Mission nea Phoenix .zoaThe nb.oty where ming wife 1ita,a beautiful dan- whoe ia n. d wifeH. ad
..be built will: .be. .alled .. a o.nv L ,-after thed.'' '.and
ifniversit ill builtill:e led "Masonvill, after the ce are enjoying a 4-day. vaca- in4 1 uyet Qeo e ad
it'Negro Missionary. -" .E ". tion at El Rancho. They. are Y'- eury.o. e hos "o 'a
1WMasop who is on her fifth tp ere said thaf she s. ery m'aldng their ioutings in .compa- -.er en. N 'ysts El RinchpJt'B ,
d "- "' "-' .. ', .
oL .be back to this country fthat & Jat husbandconsidered ny with Juge Maurice Lavine .
A4ond home and that she. le Bs mpqhl;-"- ,from Chicago and wife Cecile;, .-
Santa and..k s i guestsat El Rancho... Mr JacoB .:":
i .'Mr'Ross.MlNutt, .Assistant Purseronth SataR Rosa ,ad j. Psari, Vice-President of in-". 4
Miss Judith Godfrey; Stpwa .ess e d a.delc ternational B.F. Geodrich Limit-l
t the Grand Hotel Oloffson Suday and told Al Seltzif he ed in San Juan, Puerto Ricostop- ,
fthis- Hdtel Hbw badly thy Ift"t being able to. watch ped here this week... Mr Alex

r lih.is back home again.e arrived Sunday of the celebrated Hatian "joie
a it. Vth Mr,. ,Da d Stein berg. .;..e h :-.s ',. hir Houe deyiv. e o a rA uise 'on boatd
Tu M e egn e of the Stattendar. thfirst expe c
S o bi M.as b Inc whoch makes frHescos.in NA w YorTk 'hy ved re thrilled by the' Voo- :' .
s. PaEl bMr, Da id.Steber, em Hoe Kdera writer" f.da se onGboaum d "..

a: Aei 'thet v il g at G
;Q co"a. dshdoo' Sho ine qf t er lhbioation Lre
kt inbbe, oared here. this cin .week b .wife E beth -dS h o f e e iato
a,' e a.," tM., ,cle'rc ruby, KaJherine Dunham.
Sdbe.s o G. ViVctr Pfeifer, .adrests odei-.'.
i .P le l r, 2gner 'of am '; fra m New ork,
| anodgHvbou Lon on annd Paris a n -r
a ..fcet rteksr b e V .e rL, a lh .e r writer for ourmets Ma--. .
hA.:4',"UB a'' Carreo1 gazine aer&. here 6nr Wednesday -. ,.
t fs iM-.ieore ,Sadto n .fcrOise bon broad 'of the Rpt-
eadin s lai Habit ailedl weeI A teidam, they were niet at.. the.
'Qie, Fot ehas;'a.. K Crdie t Ma-,
.ifs Sa to d .e ,u.t :c pier by Mr iS. Juliet Elkon, a well
i b s ho f teWi ed, .uay reto known Food m;rite for many
twho va e d- t e m steisous tihh'.4 oq% for IVer I bMg inesi e h ate U.S. and Eu-
etaMer iniFt .lb t tu'er- s c'e here srope ,T:e visitors were guests of. "N. W
Ai's C, v .d peie' Elkon 'ahd Mrs Janet Sper- f
wiat4i Z Gyeebous co-i' e hsaplacer h ,
poateri il the.' r wedCnesday night Mr Reynold R
e- i or;a t I r Fabius and. wife former Jacque- :

-'. sAr "ls'hait e rb wa to tht e. d ..
ath nrsanf & nrtelS~fito Do- ahneyn 9dkon -plnd i rs r Janet Spor-
da l nri .ont a,,tel b .alainoan arw ':fliegho thto at ling a guest iat f e Grand Hotel ..:: "-s i :i
at Kat e sh-ew-nebls V betwe h e two O lffson were in the party.
;*0. eled. seib ee Port Mrs Lee' g Bynum,' a, char-, '

I n6.Hi bsaucdk emip' o hs miHblondu P la i ort from Texas

aem =prin d b..a he ~t bakheatri d writgrs f anr"oo ha Falls Y'Oheio. The, were t- ul... .
Jd andg 'Miami tafleedototere Mon-an*
Ec ldyet ino i .t t
-to t e a k W- .. .n '.; i. ."e tt..J :' .P..s

ie a iRobinsonae esletelotfo r Mrier'a reptionatot ve for John- r hp -
e .epo rter s ellh st 4. -beutioyrt sthe neow lie % o thePtIneno-e o
'he "aathe rinet D, w' h h' a o piil en" "ferrtine Nv rF a lila ne

'csdea at t wdndrus, taln t er taiiartit ,s t Le iafoloy avd Jdullitakdea se L"a

'cahin> allever s t ed hde e
i spot lighted in the issue 6o N vember3 3 ,d. thL 'Luxurious I' .AU+ ; &-C

e a magnificent article by V.,..ranco and dF. Drilhon with Phone 2620 dandruff from both hair manageaole-shinftn wzt%
ew ilte DEESSE DFS CARAIBES-Goddbss of 'the Caribbean. Cable Address: AILOICO) and scalp! volorfut natural M'.iA
P e Swiss Reporters told about the unforgettable day they en- '..- -, "
...at Katherine's Villa. called Habitation Leclerc where -the mRntis, gfHous, es, 'Aour hair wit
artist is"fi dg.th hr, students. Katherinew has Houses or short ig even finest liqui or oily cream
most praigdSfar by the toughest critics from New York period ma
Lin-and Pails- and was applauded with her dancers, singers with inew ingredient, contains
wt.tusicians by adiences of 37 Nationo of. the World, the greaei Buying .a& selling of corn- no soap, no sticky oils. s ng
Itk-merrj l businesses such as: Thus Halo glorifies 'orr hair
-u t m eu h s of th the very first time you use it..

.4e .an initiate. w g h n aReservationsaat Hotelstand favorite shampaq-today." America H
je reporters presented beautifully the new life. of the Pheno- Guest-Houses
;-ehon Katherine Dunham who has a top entertainment every .
esda.y and Friday night at her. Habitation Leclerc tVood6o and Joseph LOISEAU H e tyh
FtfflqntalshowH o Manager -i1 eveaus the hiddenbeauty of the ha| i

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Sunday January 213t, 1967


Lbvely Melle Evelyn IMot, Miss Haii, waving to applauding
Colombians during the Call Festival last month. Miss HIiti
I;: ;' 'i i~ empialeda by bei-aide-de-ceai .
.. ,r ,,
'. ". :"' *r a~ .. _

SBostonian Interested
In Riviera
Harry Rifchin a regular vaca-
tionist in Haiti took lime out
this week to show fellow guests
at Villa Creole the sights.
They were Max and Mrs
Straus of knitted fabric business
in Manhattan and Mr and Mrs
N. Schledstein.
,Loving ever minute of Villa
Creole and Haiti the New York-
ers accompanied David Stein-
berg owner of Hampshire Houose
in Boston, to look -Jver the Ghost
Hotel former Riviera Monday

Notes For blackoutt
Many ingenious methods for
"obtaining" free power have
been developed including the
running of a thin and almost in-
visible brass wine from one of
the main power wires, down the
lamppost and underground for
hundreds of yards to the bltild-
ing where it is required. Al-
though this wire on its own ge-
nerates no power it certainly
functions when connected to a
second wire origionating from
deep in the latrine of the house
concerned result electricity in
free abundance. A sound, busi-
.ness is evidently operated < by
the instigator of the scheme who
sells his' purloined power, to his
neighbors. A smooth scheme in-
deed which takes careful oper-
ation und painstaking thorough-
ness to the extent that the wire
running down the pole, almost
invissable 'on its -own, 'is even
painted to blend with its back-

Se Grand Hotel Oloffsc

S. Presents its fathous Winter Show



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The "Service d'Information" Communique :'

'or a few days, it has been GS advised most of its eilploy-
nour that soon, the Geodesy ees that their collaboratiohn'wihi...
d Carthography Service will be ended on January 15th.
irely cease its activities. For- b)-The Haitian Section of
ately, it is not a question of Geodesy Service under the cohtl
For a laudable purpose, trol of Public Works Depar i-
se following Informations are meant will normally continue tB'
nished. operate. The IAGS; itself,
)-The 1946 agreements con- sues its 'activities in Haiti, and'
ded between Haitian and will be soon get ready to call
lerican; Governments, provid- again the employees that it 'is'.
that the "Inter American obliged to take away for thde-
odetic $urvey" (IAGS) with moment.
nlloboratninn of P' h I '

Works Department and F. A.
d'H. must execute 'and super-
vise a good definite line of pro-
gram of Geodesy and Cartho
graphy's works.

This program will be totally
termit.afed during' the present
month of January. But, already
a new program is under study
and negotiations are actually
under way with the view of Rih
"extension" of these agree
ments. A transition's period bp
jfeen the completion of the old
program and the' commence-
ment of the new operations is
understandable. In prevision of
this transition's period, the IA-

c)-The new program cnviPag-"
ed is of great interest for the'N'
economic and rational develop!
ment of the country, It is i uest-
ior, in a few lines, of the e&t4-
astral- survey of the princlpall'A
.plains of the Republic.
The Geodesy and Carthogra-,
phy Service of which the neces-...
sjjy on the technical and scien,
tific plan is revealed every day'.
with advantage and of which the.i.
essential realization appear fora
the development and exploita-.'-
tion of our resources, could nbt:!
be closed.

L (Service d'Information et .
de Documentation) ,

BAR Geisha &SALON Guinee

Your charming IHostess lATHIERINE .DUNHAM

Grand 'Spectacle
At the Peristyle DANSE VAUDUN
The showv I presented by Lavinia Williams Ya borough outstanding interprelor of classic and TRUE AUDUN CEREMONY
folk dances and founder of, the ailtlan Institute of folk and classic dances with a cast including AT TE OPEN AIR PERISTYLE
uch talents as Glamourous songtrebs Madelelne Marcel, well-known Andre Germaln In a daring FOR YOUR PLEASURE IN THE
d dangerous fire dance and the unimitable Tr oubadour Ti-Parls and his Trio and numerous COLONIAL S.LLINGO1O
thi ll-kuown dancers. HABITATION LECLErC ":da
The abow Is presented every Monday night at 10:30 It is a verq' spectacular variety program FAVORITE PLEASURE PARK OF
whichh comprises the best dance and song of the Magic Iin l. d.

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Sunday January 21st, 1962I


Haitian Voodoo Isn'

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, (Fourthh of a Series

i^ost visitors to Haiti have
title' r no idea what to expect
gafdlng voodoo which they as-
te with.pins-in-dolls hocus-
c~it,. and ,zombies strolling in,
i'.;dead of night. People, in
iiieal, fend to scoff at voodoo
i.'titcularly the supernatural
aspects of it- and consider the
iole thing as quaint Haitian
|?., ,

B, the longer you remain in
ie alp~- prQdominantly Negro
Silie, the more you realize
at ypodop. exists as a religion
kiivery.real sense of theiword..
a ians Ousually will not discuss
iodoo..with foreigners because
e.: : ,,embarassed, at .he.
l.descending .smile that soon
infi-en'the. face. of he-- skept-
l."ai teilr^r esi they- adon't
,.'i,;.g i' ....... ...

tar oI

c' :.

really care whether anyone be-
lieves that, it exists, or how
foreigners respond to it.

*A wide-eyed, open display of
curiosity on the part of the tour-
ist concerning the magic and
mysticism of voodoo will get hi4
now-where. Cab drivers can, be
cajoled into taking tourists to
many types of voodoo ceremon-
ies-for a special fee.

You may meet someone who
claims to have penetrated the
deepest hill country of Haiti and
seen -a "real' voodoo rite. Don't
believe it! Spectators are not
permitted to visit voodoo-cere-
monies. What they'probably saw
was a watered-down folk dance.
* There are those who believe
voodoo is something of:-a com-
munity sexual shindig 'or mara-
thon orgy. This, too, is 'prepos-
terous. The Haitian is highlyun-
ihibitediri .fes i I'tie. d
f t t

anything "ceremonial" regar
ing sex would strike him
highly superfluous.

Most of what has been written
about voodoo, according to au-
thorities in Haiti, is "idiotic non-
snbse." There are two factors
w'icifdrmake writing about voo-
doo -+even the' sociological as-
pects- next to impossible.

In ithe first place, chances are
that even the writer or sociolog-
ist .with, the right contacts will
se a counterfeit ceremony, alt-
ered appreciably for his benefit.
Secondly, if he did witness the
Teal,McCoy, it would be next to
impossible for him to interpret
what. he saw -despite that fact
that he came, equipped with a
translator, or a working know-
ledge of -Creole. Voddoo Creole
has different shades of meaning.
and con-notations romn the Cre-
ole,,spdken by the man in the
street. -

And thirdly, even, a 'Haitian
cin, not exjlai4 the. meani g lof
iy .rituals:- T:hey ,e, done,
duii leardi .imply :.be.c a :s e
7i;t's~ ?,the:du : you; ;:do.,: ;i.,
Their:M' origi' Mhas b en" .lb .,'-or
*cfidaed :"' -fi.~e;. as,-:they-are
handed down from generation;te
genera~iior; ery fewO-voodoo pri-
ests come up from the ranks, sq
tq speak. rol d, e'~t p
through trarnference of tile by
inheritance. '

Iat The .material for tins. tpricle
Swas derived first hand in talks
with an active voodoo priest
.i (more about him is forthcom-

W.- .. : ," YERY .FRIDAY): "'

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Joseph Nadal & Co
^^^Ki^S&^S^^^jH^^^ Pf^' ^'*^K-if .^ 3^^l^.

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,ingi, and a "kanzo," who is a 'Probably the rrst suecinct:=d -
I female "hounsie" or an acolyte, finition of-voodoo available s
one who assists the priest at found in a highly readable bo
ceremonies. r entitled "Haiti, Hig.road'to -
The "kanzo" who offered the venture," by Hugh B,. Cave, -
infdrmation stated "here is a blished just 10 yeas. ago. Te
highly sophisticated, world-trav- 'book, recommended -'fotie'l
eled Haitian woman. She reveal- by an American who -Iih lit
ed her association with voodoo in-Haiti some 40.years, describe s
only after'being convinced of.the voodoo as follows:.....-. ., ,,
d- writer's impartiality and. desire
ato cull a few facts from the "Voodoo is a 'rellati41u -
mountains of fiction circulated sophy; that's about as nea as.
throughout the world concerning you can come to a simple dean-
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The aboriginal Arawak Indians 9f this country had
a word that meant- wooded mountains; "Haiti." And
the country is indeed mountainous although much of
its protective' covering of forests has disappeared due
to thb human Urge for livelihood. But the mountain-
ous nature still exists; probably more than 80 percent
of the surface area of the country is mountainous,
much of it steep. non-arable hillsides.

Few~people appreciate what forest-covers do for' the
soil. rees send roots 6, 10 feet into th6 subsoil and
every day are pumping up phosphates, potash and
other elements into the foliage. The foliage matures
and drops to the ground and decays and< the phos-
phate and potash'of the sulsoil have been elevated
to accumulate in the surface-sqils over the centuries,
so that the s'ntface-soils have much higher concentrat-
ions of plant-nutrients .than the subsoils. Nitrogen is
converted from the air by soil-bacteria which are much
mdre active in the aerated surface than in the sub-
soils so that the concentrations of nitrogenous plant-
foods are also much richer in the surface soils than
in subsoils.

So 'what do we humans do? We cut down the trees
and also permit other vegetative covering to be over-
grazed- or'be otherwise destroyed;. Comes one of our
violent tropical rain-stotms and in an afternoon the
accumulation of a. century of plant-nutrients can be
washed from our hillsides;, we lose the greatest re-
source of the -ountry, our soil fertility.

Also'it has been demonstrated by' conservation spe-
cialists that on bare' hillsides there is as much as 25
times more water run-off than on grassed or vegetated
hillsides. That is not 25 percent, that is 2,500 percent
more water run-off.

Thai means sudden floods, violent river currents,
lives lost, goads washed out, bridges destroyed, harb-
ors silted up; big hosts incurred for reconstruction of
public works. But .probably even worse is the loss of
water from the solfstrake in 'the mountains.

If there js 2,500 percent more water run-off, there
is 2,500 percent less water-storage in mountains. So
when the dry-season-comes the springs fail more quick
Sly, thebbrooks dry-up, the rivers become only piles of
dry rubble; there is little or no water for irrigation.

New US. Ambassador.

(Continued from page .1). statistics: distribution of 125
pure-bred Hampshire hogs and
"highly profitable" and hinted at more than 5,000' baby chickens
a return trip of longer csiration of a quality U.S. strain, and up-
in the very near future. grading of 65 draft mules and
Operation Pote ole is a joint several h hundred dairy cows
U.S. Haitian program for the through breeding with imported
integrated development of the American stocks.
Department of the North. It is
also an effort to achieve- econo- Two Point TV established pro-
mic development through direct cessing plants were inspected -
contact with the individual Hai- the 135-member coffee co-oper-
tian farmer. Ambassador Thurs- active at Dondon and the canning
ton's tour, though limited to but plant outside Cap Haitien. Both
seven projects, neverthelesss gave appeared to have financially
him a visual sense of these ef- sound futures. During the past
forts and their accomplishments. year Dondon increased its output
of washed coffee to. 2,000 bags
The principal project visited as compared to 292 the previous
was the 90-acre demonstration: year, for an estimated gross of
farm at Grnad Pre, where sev- $30,000. The' CAPCO run can-
eral related programs to increa- ninig plant on the other hind bad
se farm production are conduct- a fairly lean first year produc-
ed, including training of rural ing only 440 cases of tomato
youth leaders, demonstration of paste, 1,078 cases of tomato
better agricultural techniques to juice and 7,460 cases of. guava
visiting farmers, animal husban- paste. Prospects for 1962, how-
dry, operation of a department- ever, are more optimistic, 'Pote
wide extension service, crop' fer- Cole officials expecting, guava
tilization and 4-C activities (1,300 paste exports to-mushroom from
members in the North). In live- $26,000 in 1961 to nearly $200,000,
stock improvement alone the and tomato'paste salks and pro-
farm presents some impressive duction to increase substantially.
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Through its plant operatixoica
tomato acreage CAPCO, .a:;
mato farmers cooperative&''.
vides seasonal work for serve,
hundred persons.

First stop on the 5Gipile.:lo
inspection tour was the steepir
dines and majestic beauty of..A
Milot Citadelle carriage
where Haitian laborers bact
by U.S. funds and technical gi
ance are constructing by.Ja
a 6.2.k.m. $50,000 road from
Sans Souci Palace gates to :
in one kilometer of the t
Purpose of the construcohon
encourage tourism in thee
meant of the North.

Other Pote Cole projects
eluded, "in Ambasnador ,"'ThB
ton's itinerary were tbe.sev
building Mpot. Training..-l
the Grande-Rivete du oNord.<:I
nonite dispensary hospit 4l
the four-ro-dm rure al- "'s
school at' Bois de Lakce-
-latter is but one"of _.tenr
schools instructed by-- PoteF-
le under the aided *'se4h% e
program 1961. FiVie imdra
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There is nothing theoretical about this. There are
thousands of acres which even in the last decade were
fertile fields of corn or forage-producing vegetation
6n hillsides, inow only sparsely productive slopes of
rubble or even bare rocks.

tto do about it? We will continue in our .
nefl-isspe. But a word is merited that the Department
of :Agrfe.lture. at Damiens; sinke the days.: f President
Estie has had its" representatj aiding small farm-
er, .th. mountains,.in building -tour canals, stone
wK1 wist$Iohgtcontour lines, andsome planting of trees, The U.S. Ambassador in Haiti, Mr Raymnond L.' hurston, inspects .a tomato proceeding pf tbe
sastart has been made in soil nd water conserva- Conserve's Factory installed at Cap Haitien. OA the right of Ambassador Thurston is Mr.Plf1
S-is a massive task and ts heavy, reinforce- Sam, Co-director of Agricultural Division of Pole Cole. On the left, Mr Earl O. FinnIe, Direatsia
.of USOM. -' .
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A~fid d *' H A I T I SUN' '

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ac ly Products CorpoRtioui, a
Sflrm of the ILND RUBBER
ANY, Manutfcturers of
ber Rand Plastic wrteipvoof
lucts, established here since
last year hss increased
imiisely from the original
1 pilot. project to a large
Jacky Products Corpora-
etaich manutaeIuiues plastic
riroof baby pants was' be-
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tic Pants Co Expands Production

moza by Mr Edward H. RAND
from. Brooklyn, N.Y. -Mr Rand
came here on a cruise with his
family in 1959 with a letter of
introduction to Mr Anire Saliba
Apaid from Mike Rcsenberg,
President of the Tele-IHaiti.. He
visited the ALPH.- Plastic Ma-
nufacture run by Mr Apaid who
is also Manager of the Tele-
Haiti, discovered many ai'ets og
the Country, fouhd aut' tliat the
-Haitian people could be as good

Rock Service

prevents unnecessary rie figures!

Husky double-chevron cleats
in new ].F.Good-rich Rock
Service tires give lull tracrion
in forward. or reverse, guard
against slippage. The tire is
built to its inflated shape. It
flexes evenly no Ipcalized
btrestes that, cause. unnecessary
tire -afiures.
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labor as the Japanese if they
were given the opportunity. He
fell in love with Haiti and decid-
ed to prove his confidence in
the future of this tiny Nation
with a fantastic History. With
the efficient assistance of Mr.
Apaid, he started a small Vpict
production and soon 'found out
that the Haitian labor' was very
adept to handling the sewing
machines and.so production in-
creased. The Jacky Products
Corp. is now producing as 'much
as many large firms in the
States. With the present rate of
expansion it will eventually' be-
come a large manuhctu-e in the
Haitian industrial field giving
employment to many skilled
workers. This firm has now a
monthly production 9i.43,000 doz-
ens of plastic waterproof baby
pants and this figure will. be

Headquarters Of
Police Department Of
Port au Prince
From January 15th 1962, the
Public is informed that the dif-
ferefit Services 'of Police Depart-
ment of Port au Prince, will'be
at thefollowing addresses:
a)-Place ol.uvertWre ,Cas.
he 'rFac6is Ihavbiuer): -
, Headquarters of the 'pepart-
SHedquarters 'of. the Thirtieth
(30)* .Company
. criminal Research Servie.
Identification Service .";-'.; .
SImmatriculatioi Service
b)-Boulevard Jeanda-cque
Desjalees No.. 08: -
. .Headquarters of Fourth (4th
Company,' F. A.. d'H. '
Simple Police's Affairs Servi-

c)--Avenue Sofoma:
Traffic Service
d)-- oulevard Jean-Jacques
Dessaihes No..375: .
Headquarters of the Twenty-
Seventh (27th) Company (Fire
men), F. A. d'H.
e)-Boulevard de La Saline-
(Fort Dmanche)
Headquarters of the. Twenty-
second (22nd) Company, FADH.
Port au Prince, January 14, 1962.
Frederic M. ARTY
Lt.-Colonel a.h,, FADH.
Commander of the Depart-

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increased to 100.000 by tho rild facturer,.the.. Haitiap ,if-a--s.hlun
of the year. This produhLt is wi- v.orker he need only the cpipor-
dely consumed all ov-r the unity to perforin. If l.e is given'-
world. Thanks to the sidlled And, the opportunity he -ill be as a
inexpensive Haitian labor it will fantastic as the Japanese. .
beat the Japane'se'F .an quality Mr'- Rand was joined heree,
and prices on the world market Thursday by the Manag-Ir of '.e'i:
according to Mr Rand who is Rand Rubber Compnmy. frb6ntm; -
currently visiting his Fac[ary.. New York, Mr Leo' Pinsker who!".-
This firm gets from .NPw York came.tg loo y o er the-.posltl i"-
sewing machines, manffacc'lred of increasing the production .of
plastic material, thread' And theL Jacky Products: C.OPtrat~..
elastic braid. The seiihg and lie spent few days"-4t-the.El
piackaging'are made and super- Rancho. Mr Rand sailed Sat fr-
vised by Haitians. Eventually, day on board.of the SS HOMni -
hopes Mr. Rand, if the volume RIC with friends, beautiful, b l-
increased sufficiently, we will de Elsie Herrhanq from Great
produce the elastic braid which Neck: New York and Mr. iat:
of course will bring another .in- Verger, President of lthe AlaF "
dustry here. This product can Devises Corporation fro. wint. k-.
be used for many other purpo- lyn apd his wife, on a 16 d :
ses. The Haitian labor is c;,cel- cruise in the C"ribbean s
lent, said the American rnau- Central America. .


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SProducers Seek A global Accord

LBy :"S Move To Check Steady Drift Downward With A 5-Yeat Pact' ncludin Pepalty
he situation ri e wq of- ; .-
-inarket -was ak anditter effective in stabilizing the mar- Spot Prices Vary While the United States lent members to no- moje. than'iE
It *year, but' a suggestion of ket because of several factors. The spot prices of the physic- support to producer agreements, had bought in a recent yeca"
eetness was added in the last Among them are 'the participa- al commodity in the New York it was not until, last year, that. The members of the i
Ainth.i'. .~-:> tion of consumers, who .would market .last yea ranged .froin it indicated a willgn4ss to join international .agreement 'a i
u :Dec; 17, the proposed police the' export-quota system; 44.75 cents a pound in January a consumer-proaucer- pat. On timates of their xportab o-
ISi strong international coffees the setting of penalties for viola- dgivn to 42.25 in December for Aug. 7, Secretary of the..'.reas- duction, in 1,000-bag thusi
ieement were' announi in tors, and the establishment of Colombian. coffee, and from ury Douglas Dillbio' at the In- the 1961-62 crop year are re
ahington by a draftingn- a fnd;,' financed by 'a*levy on 37.75 cepts down to 33.5 for San- ter-Anierican Economid and ,So-,as follows:
te appointed under t'-e reports, to help coffee countries tos 4 (Brazilian). The prices, for cial Conference of.Finance Mimi Brazil,' 0
Ig International Coffee tge- to''diversify output and reduce all grades ranged from 34.65 to sisters in Uruguay, pledged that Colombia ,0
eht. ,:.. .-. stocks. 67.43 cents a pound in 1957, 37~57 his Government would join .sLch Ivry Cbast ., 50~
adopted, the proposed pact to 52.34 iq 1958, 28.72 to 45.22 an agreement.. Uganda 2,170A
-i r t fisve-yeara .r Brazil, the largest coffee pro- in 1959, and 17.33 to 44.98 in 14e added that the Uniteq Sta- Angola (Portugal) 5
I ibnhe present one at its ducer and exporter, may have 1960, indicating a steady decline. the would "use its good offices El Salvador .
i nation Sept. 30, and would as much as 40,000,000 bags stock-- In light. of this, most coffee to urge the participation .of Guatemala-
S consumer nations piled. Apdmore *ill.be added men -agee, that an' effective in- other: consuming countries" and Oexico .
as producers. The pres- when she starts .buying coffee terntional agreement is essen- would ""help in the enforcement Costa Rica-. ..;
coers twenty-eight p from growers on Jan. 1, under tial, butmany. qestiin whether of- export quotas .through con- Malagasy 'Republic. .
Stations, and s re-negh her Govenment-aid program. it will be realized soon. They tols." .- Cameroon -
gi nations, and' is' re-ngo- b: .'zi-.
t: each year. 'Consumers, as well as other noted, that Latin-American and The Unithd: States' could be "ua'or, ''i
.. producers, also liave large African..producers, had difficulty caught' i;te crossfire of batt- efnya
La..'. etin-Americanna toks eaetha-in a caught in the obatt Cohgo.(Le.poldvle).
I.atin. American na- .stocks. .It recently: w ya estimate. .enough in agreeing last Steptem- les amdngi facitons.that the: Db Pe-
S :re d'pen "6-n .-cofee ed that a total of. 3'50(,000 bags ber to 'an extension .f the pres- artbent of .State ,would not. like -.
lt economic dxids b and of coffee was stored in the Uni- ent, weaker' agreement. They to offend. iT proposal contains an."''''
i eco me ing iasglimsted.'States, the largest consum- wondered. whether there would provisions for the avoidance of V en ela 'R b ".. : '.." "
:tto Afkrica. Importsof about 2i,150,- be any improvement when tlb such -battles- but.-is sometimes -"." ':tt; i.-,-. s t
S o00i'- ..b. n i 0. .. thirty-three-nation coffee study vague as to their application.' N r
-":i.i~ ayi-over stocks widenen nMach 5 to .decide whether suc- Methods Not Indicated" Cuba '
S"re i iut o 're.th. gap between produc- cessful negotiations, :could .be -uba ; '..'.8, '
Sta Oitl o'an.d consumptioh, which is, held in June on the proposal. For example,.iti refers'to plans .o..o
Si'easingi but:not fast edoirig. to remove obstacles to increased: ofqia.. ,,,
.i d-ction .of exportable coffee The key to the situation how- consumption; such' as internal l e. P a r-n '- -
A mIgio : t 6ip 1961- c ro. year is ever, imay lie with the United taxes, itpdrt duties and .export b idute othl msembe'-.
S:.ip !e~d i:each. : bout 61,825,-; States. which ith. 'rahce,- Bri- or. import lsq4bsidies, .bbut does t e i. 1, J1 T
a_000ba 6 .c0mnp d ith' 00,$22- tii, r Italy ard Sweden, .other not-indicate ho" it will be done. is *
S A.th revious- cro. p year importers,_ served -on the draft- Another .pro sion. makes im- t.o,.;- ,-i t ier maiir"Ai f
^.. .k tfota a. te. .A. d oototal dfl 66098,000 ming committee .'with vfie .promu- porters esponslTe. for prevent- p:odb fi or a- total of
..ita 5 b':^ $sbl95;dINA ,i..n 1960, cers, Brazil, Colombla and the ing non-pIartcipating nat.ions-s., 0 ba, -'".. .
'them-:. avi 4 ilable, Ivory Coast -the three-largest, fiom destroying n the pact's e- I T .The "ota' of6 1
a .l. 4 -... w in that order-- ande-l' Salvador fectiveness. They: would do this estimate awo0ldproduction -i
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when- Pan American Airways'
575-mile-an-hour Clippers start
linking Uncle Sam's largest Vir-
gin Island with New York and
Miami as soon as the runways
are finished. This is expected
within the next few weeks."
1The non-stop, flight from New
York will take only four hours

Thip-Is St. Croik, largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, as it looks

werq-~ elpe th agar .anp Eaily' reaehpd
iPia Amean wilo become eien i.more accessible
vienrunwamys for jet Cippers are completed in.the next few
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0L B 1 A4n'ew, from thd Tropics to the Poles. In all
I i ."e esu"re of Ending "WHITE LABEL"-one of the
hesi i 'ofthe world The unique softnessof Scottish
i l a than a: century of fine blending, have
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Sbite Label"

' Agent Distributor:
Sl. Rue. di Magisin di l'Etat Phone: 3721
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to reach St. Croix. From Miami
the trip will be three and a half
hours, including a 45-minute
stopover in San Juan, Puerto Ri-
co. The airline has long linked
St. Croix to the USA with piston-
engined planes.
During fiscal 1961 more than
200,000 tourists' spent $25,817,000
as well as a holiday in the three
islands St. Croix, St. Thomas
and St. John. St. Croix drew
58,829 tourists in 1961. Jet ser-
vice will hoost this total consi-
Purchase of free. port goods in
St. Croix is also expected to in-
crease not only because of more
.tourism 'but because of the new
U.S. Customs, regulations. These
permit Amirican. citiirns abroad

more than 48 hours to bring ounce, Ma Griffe, $5.60 fo 0 .
back only $100 of duty-free. fr- ounce, Arpege;. $5.75 for %-. oii
eign goods unless tiey are re- ce, Joy, $18.80 for ounce ..
turning 'from the Virgin Islainds

Jet .Service To St. Croix

To Put Isle Close To USA

where the allowance is doubled
t6 $200.
In St. Croix there are 60 shops
catering to tourists and they-are,
every bit as chic as the celeb-
rated shops in better-kmown,
nearby St. Thomas, tie official
residence of the Governor of the
Virgin Islands.

Nobody. leaves St. Croix with-
out liquor or. French perfumes.
Scotch begins at $2.50 a fifth,
rum costs 80 cents up and Ca-
nadian whiskies and French cor-
dials are $2.25 up. Gin starts at
$1.50. Fine cognacs and champ'i
agnes run around $3 a bottle.
Prices for perfumes are so
enticing that every, feminine tou-
rist stocks up on a variety of
scents. Blue Hour costs $8.50
213 ounce; .Femme. $7.60 for %


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St. Croix is also famed fot0iti
inexpensive Danish silver, Firi
ch crystal afd English chinaIL
well as for play plothesA ,diesd
ned and made in the islands
imported .from Europe. .
Back in 1946 St. croix.
only one.,boarding house wbic
offered .accommodations to visit
ors and a. handful of .taxis
day }he 83-square-mile..,islai
has 1118 beds in 32 .hotels an
guest houses, 172 miles of, roqc
and 2,809 vehicles. .:
Rates ?gr a-room,, bath
twd me Is in the bte'o
range frdm' l-to 5 25 tj
sona ada'ion a4,,dBuTile o2i6
cy basis. A '.ouie room,'
brea fadt; runs from pit-:
son 'a day up. A double'

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Fhis winter American tourists
ire going tojt'ik" niore notice
t this poe c, island of Qugar
ane fields, .i*s e-built stone
vindmill towers 'a"d-: charming
great house transformed into
iJet service comes to St. Croix
the 5irst tme.- in-its history
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jetService To St. Croix Put Isle Close To USA Toastmasters Club News

;'. (qotinued foin page 9) carry four to six people, and
i t i melis, starts at $14. cost $40 to $120 per day. On. January Sth the Port au .sed of- English-spakildlg people
:wiitorN preferi' n to eat al .Down at King Christian wharf Prince Toastmasters Club %a:; and those witl a good knowledge
r the :island will find twenty in Christiansted, the visitor can addressed by the Charge d'Al- of English. In other countries it
sitaiaqms from which to choo- make arrangements for water faires of Canada, Mr Peter Jen- is composed of people who have
I .. siding, reef excursions, daily nings, who spoke -.n the subject a working knowledge of the
.: big, sugar-produeing island sails,.: o inter-island cruising. A of the Canadian Department of country's language. There are
dftrng- the 18th Centuiy, St. popular day's trip is to nearby External Affairs. Mr. Jennmings some 3500 members throughout
i~SN~ xSt rqtai s an. old world Buck Island which has an ex. explained how the Department the world. It is- entirely ron-po-
aura. Ali over its rolling land- quisite beach. East of Buck Is- operates, the number of people litical and non-sectarian, ilth
vpe im.nasilve- great houses do-- land:are fabulous reefs.' employed, which were just sev- the single aim of bringing toge-
`j6atefhe crest of hills. Nearby .In Frederiksted, 15 miles from en.. prior to World War II, and their men who wish. to i'nplove
i: th n aiuat cical sugar- mill CIlristiansted, Jim Hurd at Sprat now 'umber some 400, and their ability to speaC in public.
kSOn mosi.drives the C- Hall. a lovely greathouse trans- other points of interest. The President of the Port .au
re&. "a is in ight f6red i nto a hotel, caters to Prince Club is Mr Jean Jiolte
S result-.most visitors rent fishirig. enthusiasts and aficioi- .The Toastmasters 14 a public of Auto, S.A.
iedlrive car and spend rest- ides of water skiing. He also of- speakiig club with about 30 mem- Toastmasters Internatwial Js
I s -;exling.. swimming fers, rental. outboards for in- bears in Port au PrincP, compo- constructing a new headquarters
i~a tig ictwres. A Volks- shore fishing.
n.:.-.i,-o~~9i0 $ier:' day.:. -
.nta'ne or :$49 wte. Ne~~.ither glittering likeSt. -Tho-
e'iareo use; conducted mas,n. ror rustic like St. -ohn,
i se.ngtoihs. The chief one site of the Virgin Islands Nation-
1hiui lhts.bf the island al Park, St. Coix is ,a subtle
p j .'i ours d costs $5. blend of. sophistication and. sirm-
wcbttng water sports c- plicit.; Its devotees are people
t ir ong the principal wh prefer pastoral beauty, a
we st' Ctr impo that mati-hes it and a
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S Bamboche Creole'" New Oloffson

The Hotel Oloffson recently op-
ened its 'winter season with a
resumption of M on d3 ay nite
shows, whith was welcome- news
to' the local f"lk seeking enter-
tainment, .as we.l as to visitors
who have ,.eaxd of the famous
hotel .aboad. ... .
.The show is fresh, vivacious

and hews cunningly to the folk-
lore of Haiti. It is capably ma-
naged by Lavinia Williams who
also does the announcing. With
so 'much deviation toward io-
dern dancing bnd'American-type
entertainment., among the other
popular-nite spots, it is a real
pleasure to be'able to enjoy gen-
uine Haitian .talent at its best


in its own field. Iavinia has
put together a tight, snappy
show which sparkles in its i.wn
right, even though (how I don't
know) the air during showtime
is alive with light-refiecting
soap bubbles. They are a unique
touch adding to the atmosphere
of light-heartedness.
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floor at the venerahl2 old hotel,
the show is a gem in rminia-
ture, with Ti Paris himself as
the stopper. Neither he nor Ma-
deleine Marcel need any intro-
duction. Madele;ne seems to
have returned to (renldi songs
in which she excels, and which
s6em to fit her personality -so
much better than sophisticated
French or American numbers.
There are new laces in Lavi-
nia Williams' team of dancers;
and a number of comersts,
among when are.Gerda Belmond,
Nathalie Gentil, Frant Dela-
tour.. Musicians include. 4liptiop
Cadet on the flute, and Edrier

Cherisme, and the gbouLp.
No longer need anyone sa y,A"
"what can we do It's Monday;:I
nite?" Go to the Oloftson where&
Al Seitz makes you -feel so p. ll
sonally welcome you're ineibp!
ed to think he opened just :.t br
your party, and where Lavminim'i
show gives you the feeiin-g.,oS
seeing the genuine article .jin'
Haitian entertainment, whjch l-
ffaiti's second-to-none attracti'
to visitors from-other lahds.,.

Fefe. Gulgnard and hi Iboy'
with Joe. Lav6ie strutting hItj
stuff, invite you to dance vea
if you have two'left feet. '

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Sunday Jadiuary tif,

(i Continued from page 4) some carrying torches, others
Sibewilderingly complex. It is the wielding machetes. Some child-
Hai: ian peasant's heritage from ren partake in the dancing.
-.:the past and hi faith In the fut- An hour of this spectacle would
...e9.It Is drumming and singing be more than enough for the
Sand dancing,, communion with average "outsider," according to
%'je ancient gods o1 Africa and voodooists. But they continue al
communication with. the dead. It through the night. Special cere-
'i:i gqlder than Halli, perhaps old- monies may start Saturday eve-
bi. than Chritianity, and so deep- ning and continue through day-
i ly rooted in the conselousness of break on Wednesday.
:the. peasant that if derived of The more elaborate voodoo rit-

." and given no substitute he
Wild. be left dangling' in space."
si(lWith no exaggeration, it would
require the number 'of pages
hat' compose this newspaper tor
an entire week,.to describe the
coiitent and activities of a voo-
dl~tcereuiony., -
,e actual ceremony, to begin
i'tH;,-is said to be anything but
training: the singing is dea-
fig, the drupnming is furidou,
tfe:dancing wldy exhausting.
cooking is an essential part of
ai' cerenidniej -- depending
Oftihat special foods the p atti-
. ir -god being eVoked enjoys
ip- 'Haltidns ddrink "Tafia" a
ppweiu faw rum, during the
tihe 'ii. dancers,' both men and
woii.fi;:.leaj and reel crazily,
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of goats and chickens, the drink-
ing of the blood of the slaughter-
ed animals, and frenzied anima-
tion that leaves the dancers in
a "possessed" or semi-hypn6tic

The voodoo chants are long
and repetitions, you are told.
And somewhere in the ceremony
-if you understood voodoo Cre-
ole- you would hear the Lord's
Prayer, the Apostle's Creed, and
a number of Hall Marys.

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Here is one from the Diplom-
atic Corps. It seems there was
an international convention of
medical men in ,Geneva and after
one of the meetings newsmen
were seated. with, the- medicos
around .a table in a cocktail em-
Addressing a world-f a m o u s
surgeon, one of the newsmen
asked: "Doctor, what in your
mind was the most complicated
case of surgery you ever per-
formed?" "Well", said the doc-
tor, "A man came.out of a road-
side tavern one evening, a little
confused,- onto a boulevard of
fast-moving traffic.. An automo-
bile swerving to avoid him cra-
shed with another car coming in
the other direction at high
speed, and the pedestrian was
centered at the point of iinpact.
His case appeared homeless; his
liver seemed nixed with liis
brains and -his lungs were inter-
meshed with his intestinal tract.
But you know in.these days of
antibiotics, .infection is largely
minimized, and m self and
three aides worked on this case
five days, 18 hours per day, with
surgical forceps, replacing ar-
teries, nerves; ears and toes and
the patient finally came
through". "But Doctor" said the
newsmen, did he recover suffi-
ciently to renew a useful life,
enter normal society? "Well I'll
say", said the, D6ctor, "At the
national intercollegiate games he
won first place in rthe pole-

vault only last Spring in
Rose Bowl.
So their scientific In
whetted the newsmi asked:'
famous bacteriologist :. '
what outstanding medical e
iences have you had .in'ys
busy life of researh'"-ch W "
said the Doctor: "A; case com
immediately to mind; a bea
tiul young girl aliout 14 ye
old was brought into my labor
atories a few years ago infe
ed with leprosy. It was path
tic, her face covered With swP
lings and ulcers, the same vi
ible on her arms n.
appeared 'like '6 o
contagious ""patti"e eg i tio
But you knowi.'.1
veloping -some' new .a
and otne ofU-,Ati $.MA
some success ag Lfa
sy baciilu minytvoito;, ,
Oathies around; I experiint
*with increasing dosages
9oung patient,,; wih "
disappearing .- symptoms, 1u
finally after about 18 ma .i
she was released;. with no,.ign
evident whatsoever'; f 'rtlhepa*
gnant inalady". "But Doctor,
pressed the newsmen, "Did i
symptoms ever -reppe4r? a
she enabled 'tb tk'' hr iohf
place in society again?" judgeg
foi yourself then", said the e
or: "Qnly., laqt. week -he rWa'
elected Beauty Queen the
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SSunday January 91st, 19M6


A taxi out of control, without
clutch and its lights urtned off,
careening down Rue Bellevue
early Saturda evening and
st-ck 34-year-old Engineer Mau-
iice Satrel as 'he changes tires
oTi his car parked at the curb.
SThe taxi after striking the
:kneeling .man continued swaying
'down the street. In its wake
mortally injured Maurice Saurel
was discovered and rushed to
Hospital Canape Vert where he
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A Dapper likable person, his'
tragic death caused widespread
sorrow in the country. He is
survived by his wife and three
. Haiti Sun expresses condolen-
ces.. to his family and relation
and close friend his brother
Jean and wife Suzanne Saurel.
The driver was arrested by
Police the same evening after
his wild trip down through the
Pacot and Sacre Coeur resident-
ial area.


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Paul E. Hanson, a very Scan-
dihoovian-looking American, who
lives in Puerto Rico and is the
Caribbean representative of the
Minnesota Mining & Ala unact u-
ring Co., was in town again last
week with his lust for Haiti uIn-
According to the ran huiself,
he has been here many timts
and came back th;s' time to see
what he liked so much before.
One of the things lie mentioned,
which bears repeating, is that
he 'loves the perfume Ihat Hai-
tian women wear -- because
they know. how to ivear it'. He
said he finds it more intGxicat-
ing that the finest 'whiskey in
thel i larnds, and tie sounded like
a man who knows!

*Mr. Hnson's mtain account
here is SHASA, since he deals
in automotive Supie's. His out-
fit is known as the 3M Company;,
with main offices in St. Paul,
Paul"was an enthusiastic guest.
at Hotel Oloffson's., Monday nite
show. He's a quotable man. Wit-
ness: Haitian people .get more
out of life and do more living
in a'minute than most people do
in a;month.
Paul Hanson, is another on-
sung ambassador bf Haiti whose
word-of-mouth advertising is pri-
celess. .


'-Man well acquainted with tou-
rist-lproblem seeks position in
Hotel or Travel Seile. Con .be
employed as asistit-lVainager'
.or Social Attache to entertain
tourists' and toke to excursion.
Good' ezxpelence and excellept
reference. Apply to HAITI SUN.
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One of the gustatory sensa-
tions of the year is the annual
Twelfti Night Party given by
the Gourmet Club 'of Port au
SThis year's party, was spon-
sored by two member hostess-
es of the Club Gina Celestin,
the Club's President, and Mrs
Albert Celcis. While the Gour-
met Club is composed of women,
the Twelfth Night Party vis a
inixed affair and', lucky, hus-
bands are allowed to squire
their Blue Ribbon chef-wives,
and some fortunate. outsiders
receive special i n v it a t i ons.
These; Invitations are coveted
and are never declined.
This year's menu was as fol-,
Cocktail au Champagne
Les Ariges a Cheval
Les Allumettes.au Sesame
L'Algletin en Bellevue a la Roy-
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Les Champignons a la 'Crei
La, Salade Mercedes
La Galette des Rois
Vins Champagne 9afe "
Hand decorated menu dr,
sought as souvenirss, were mai0dB
by artist Roger Valenti. for'l
January 6th .inner. .
Guests, numbering about fifty,
were delighted with the,, frap
goose with chestnut dresss ii.!!
both because of its delectab
preparation as well as their
usualness .of such fare. .
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Maj. Antonio Kubelius :of:.t
Geodetic Survey'.was the. %t
King this year, and' "'a
XMcNeal was.his Queen J '9
party was enjoyable. not0'id...
from the standpoint of fine'.
and fines, but because .,thC,
mosphere was gay '.and::lj'g
hearted, and a bit lighf-lll.e "
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S..EDN..A, mplimentary get-together bo Paulette Fritz Brierre who has .I
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FI- ..iner-Dond from 7:oRm h our colleague "Les Informations Makes everyday a "Holiday" In your kitehe... U1S
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I'--Tbe accidental death of Maurice Sorel by a hit-and-run taxi
Ldiver brought a pall of grief over the city last week-end. -The The
introductoryy musical program sponsored by the Spanish Charge nn a
iAd'Affaires over Radio Haiti at 6 o'clock last Sunday, was a real be held
? at.. -As usual, Sunday drivers are losing tempers over the Week
jams occasioned by the Mardi Gras bands. It would seem Cabaret
,vAse. to restrict them to side streets and prohibit them from the
wi .1 ed to bc
n arteries. -Will somebody tell me what they, .are digging of this
tat big hole for in front of the series of historical paintings on' It will
the Boulevard? Is it an underground leak or something new to 100 pe
built? -Dear Jerry Shaw, now that you have a nice new should I
fgeor your birds, won't you please. return the one I delivered sle.
SE- ntra
tem.in? -George Kenn's new desk job at the distillery sure is on, whi
tug the weight on him. --Gi Debrosse is handling the Ser- Costu
with-a-Smile Department at Claude Martin's shop while the all guess
.Ses are away visiting. Everybody in town who uses a type- suits.
.n: ter should be interested in that Ko-Rec-Type paper which HUM
d.nans you everr have to use an eraser again. Don Mohr sells Orange
Si'Oops! Now- that I've lampooned George Kenn, I have to take So aft
i all back. HE'S the new manager under the new management the new
:'tie Caribe Haiti (ex-Simbie). Told me I'o himself... I hope I famous
!,- must hi
ont. have to take' this ba6k too. --But George has company... standing
,,~.kes has put on a pound or two too, since he's been.master- news?"
iidn'g the Oloffson. 'OK, it's young and becoming to both of "There
dep And who am-I to talk?? -f'm about' to scream loud and ing casi
i. ..against 'Mother Hubbards (Mu-Mu's) made of good, bad or a mai
wards I
Jdifferpnt brocades, etc. for evening wear. They're just NOT for rom
ody, and a gal who has 4 youthful, slim figure is nuts (in nuts-net
n 'not so humble opinion to shroud-it in sack-cloth. Except for had the
Sfewlho .cAn lay' claim 'to the- elusive .word 'exotic', mu-mus Diamoh(
Ok'ibest in the kitchen, no iatter/what the material. You're not app
'a, I-,maeilYore..' not b6 accc
'se td/be, tb Comortable on.a .dance floor. -If you were and su
dodi od cihugfi' tht 'e raf i' jm' at'5 o'clock Monday last pedestri
,.,l VMartissant Road I h you ere p n front to see the eking, '
whole camionette-oad of people who had been to a fun- to throww
ri-jumped' bail when the driver took off after a little boy who n astr
S1dfor the lf ,'Looked. like' a put-up he had'
w y 'as the decoy. -On' the 'otber'ii- ,of the time I
Tle Twist is reducing.Dancing Doll Jolicoeur to a mere of my'
.sOf:.Lhis firmer sI.:L. and. if I hear anybody ask who's. The ers..
.' This
S'l.'eady, ii Able to answer. -Yep this u
l 'wt ,,,-"Ulcct
g m ii. m a ;u:er,Gina ,(Lollobrigida) or their
has come out of' mourning with as slick a wardrobe as "To n
4',ight envy. -There's a place in Haitj called 'Lesson' L.T. 349
down Suth)! ,and.one called Bpttey (ovet on the border), the hain
!tbgt's what I'll ""''':1 """' markabb
Stat's what 1:11 if I don't stay away fromthat map... tarkab
: the pati
dl.oBanbody who repeats "soon", t say cream puffs at twenty ly incre
es; at noon tomorrow at Rendez-Vous.' -What ,happened at intervals
:'CPin omerce at '.9:30 Tuesday morning? It went .dead like months
boy 'stackd the needle across the record, aiAd just as the treatme
due... ... t e cd n although
tespot' was due to be anmopnced, then came a qaess of him,
S !dsi tlhe.dial aftef ten minutes of that, but I'm still as yet tc
i,.. -. body should .tell that living doll Maieleine Marcel tor," a
` -.herielf into the hands of a first class couturiere and stop newsmen
ig to look like 7th Avenue. You're a natural, honey why come a
take his
g e it? -Man, am I going to be ducking rocks come tomorrow ty?" ".
8rl -There's a new coiried word going around for you peop- tor '"yo
ei~tho'are. ruling out of adjectives.. It's. FANTABULOUS, a coni. self. On
(you guessed it) of fantastic and fabulous. Not bad, eh? -You pointed
.'see Viv. de Buren's fine Italian hand in the new Bacoulou regional
'~q 'planning
.ia very.effective. -1 hear people with hungry dogs lead them I, believe
tothe. pigeons in the park to fill up. -Ever since the holidays, your Po
an Allen:has been figuring out ways to serve Bromo Seltzer
dwiches... George Moore pf USOM moved into that lovely ter-
rce apartment at the Caribe, and house-warmed it with a dilly
Sa -parfy. -Geo Gonzales is still jockeying the Montana, despite \RT
h.rumor he was going to the Caribe. --My old, battle-scarred
tcat is. scared to death of the new puppie who is forever 'trying
.bite the cat's tail. Always thought he was a bluff. -The bandi-
ol, have stolen so many of those Veve-decorated lamps along the F
.au, Rivage wall that it looks like a mouth with half the teeth
Sing. Too bad, but if anyone has one to sell, I might be inter-
stedI'd really like to know who made them in the first place: AND
could use two or ,three in my Ti Caille Pas Droit. So if you '. ,
w, pass the word along, and thanks.
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Carnival' Capers
Bacoulou Night Club an-
d today that it is plan-
gay "Bal Masque," to
I on Monday of Carnival
at the popular Petionville
'Bal Masque" is expect-
e one of the great events
year's carnival season.
be limited, however, to
*rsons, so reservations
be made as soon as pos-

nce will be $5 per pers-
ch includes a cold supper.
nMes will be required of
sts. Sorry no birthday

Bowl festival in Miami."
.er another leisurely one,
Wsmen turned to a World-
psychiatrist. "Doctor you
ave had onie or two dut-
*.cases that ,would make
"Well," said the Doctor,
was indeed one outstand-
e only recently. We had
in one of our confined
and he seemed far-gone
normal sanity. He was
.; on less violent days he
e illusion that he: was
d Jim Brady. In days
rent normally he would
impanied on the street
ddenly among crowded
ans he would start shri-
gave his 'rms, kick,, ry
Sofff his clothes. He was
at-jacket a good part of
e; sore of us thought
no ichanc". "But at the
was .working with some
lew. advanced tranquilliz

patient seemed a likely
on Which to try out some

ny surprise, our number
788 how marketed under
ie of Nixnuts, had a re-
e normalizing effect, on
ent. I gave him gradual-
easing dosages at short
Sof time. Finally 26
after initiation of the
nt he was released, and
Swe have kept track of
e' have had no occasion
o recall him". "But Doc-
sk ed the incredulous
n. "Did he actually be-
'useful citizen again,
i place in normal socie-
Vell that", said the Doc-
u must judge for your-
ly recently he was ap-
head of one of the large
divisions, in charge of
; or something like that,
e you Americans call it
dint IV program."

(Continned from page 1) program' and says, "I really
of English folksons. At 9 a.m. felt I was travelling in big corm'
Friday morning he sang with pany." The deaf in Guatemala
the handicapped children at St. sang with him by following his
Vincent's School. gestures; if the Bliss Institute
Mr Meyer is a ,full professor in British Honduras did not col-
at olunmbia University Teachers' lapse during the recent tornado,
college and graduate of the Uni- it remembers his voice; Cas-
versity of Nottingham, England. ro's hospitalized Winded sold-
where he once held a 3-hour iers joined their voices with its
song-fest. two and a half years ago; the
Wally began his work as a Nassau Police threw off..their
hobby in 1948 while working with usual restraint with him; the
foreign-born adults at Colombia, Olympic athletes at Helsiniki .in
and has now become an interna- 1952 blew of steam in his com-
tional song leader. He says his pany; the tough Canadian'Moun-
work is hree-fold: entertainment, ties relaxed in his company and
teaching international folk songs, 'got their song'; American sold-
and work-shops for teachers and iers all over the world have wel-
song leaders. comed his singing; the'1
A recent magazine article on Christmas Party. given'l by .the
this ebullient man says in part, First' Lady of, the -Pi.ippnue
that "his deliberately -flamboy- brought out an audience o-t' ant' style, his girations, and good 5,000 Norwegians ,lifted.it t. i,'
humor made.... (the audience)... voices with his, and the' .SoflI
forget their ,own .self-cbqocgpu.. of every land ave ici ed' 4dfl? ..
nee and in -no tiie) atall the Mr Meyer is';" men r.'tt
room 'vas.,filled.,with,, sonig famous Marble C6llei4ate{-f tm
laugher...." ch where the. .well-beloved "Nqr;.
Mman Vincent Peale speaks. As'
Mr. Meyer's:Service's are at well as being a song ambassali-'
the disposal.of educational-'ana of fedllohi and god as
charitable dganizations. He is Mr Meyer writes articles for'"
keen in meeting Boy ard Girl c a mgazie
Scouts, in reaching' hospitals, One his favorite audience-.
schdols and other, institutions. One of his,'orite i ue
His services are free to .institu-participation groupsis e
s whichare to payle in the old, peoples' homes" r
tiops which are ,unaule to pay,, landwere enertiment
,he s every land where entertai.itetitA
b;t, he accept' remuneration at a premium. They. think
is at a premium. They. think!
from sources in a .position to he's'prim and he is!
pay, to help defay his expen- hs he i!
ses. Many'local schoolss an insti-.:
Wally Meyer is recognized by tftions have a .rare opportuni y
sight on the streets of most "of to .Use his services, before.''he
the cqsmopolitart cities of the departs on t"e SS 'Svangfeii
world. Milabkee-bom in the U. on Tuesday, Mr eyer arivd
S. he, has visited in Canada, En- on this ship, last Tuesday,, u-;
gland, 'Swtzerland, No r w a y, fortunately, without t ittich: ad-.
Sweden, 'F r a n c e, Lichtenstein vance publicity. If you, meet him,.
wherer the Prince was the Scout ask him-to show you his scrap-
Leader), Ireland, Trieste, Mona- book. ..But don't t.ryto lift'it!,
co: Brussels, Egypt and 'gave -
15 programs in Tripoli, Libya, He will appear .o Tele-Haiti
Africa. In Wales he followed TV oh Monday, Jan.. 22nd ati%
Liberac on he entertainment 6:30 p.m. '
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-Sunday January 21st. 19(g ~.A T. I S U N Ad"f|

S. Miss Hilde Hensing, 'a secret'
tt p o report Ngews in Briefagi -- tr mbas
4ti .'7o hN eWIyS If u ie 2 at the Dutch Embassy in.Wa..1
ti f rAingtdn, D.C. She' said that,.
t h r. '. never saw such ,a happy, peop
A _. The Haitiin. people is hippyi
,spite of his :poverty. Back to
@Jim MacGuire is back again. @Mr John Staton Whealy, a States she will do her very
The prominent Realtor who was Realtor from Ocean City,' Mary- to help, : .
forced to shorten his six-week land and beautiful blonde wife '
@The JeaeryoJ. Restaurant
visit here 'is back after two Argentinian wife Gail are dis- @The Reservoir.Retaura
"week, to his darling Haiti, and covering the charms and beau- selected'by the Rotary Club.'.M
E n' Ncasse adD olck Ron Joseph, "f/w to the Oloffson.. ties of the Island in a ten day its weekly meeting. .~ -.
Engineer Jacques Nicaisse and -Dr Volvick Rony Joseph, fl to oon visit. They are housed a he
vi.sit. They are housed al the"v g
Maracalbjo, Venezuela to stupy TkMdlariology. he'y will stay'six CurrentLV isitini he,.
Maracalbo Venezuela. to study Mdlariology. hey wall stay six @During the week, ,MLr Digby Villa. Creole. These visitors are @Cu entl siting here,
Months. r Pierre Saless, French Engineer arrived to practice Solomon the representative -of entranced with the Haitian art. Syverson, a fi
at the Industrial Development 'institute... The Caribbean Mills Co. the Inter-American, Development They bought a beautiful piece of innesota his wife ,Be
snt"a check of W5000 to, Poulatid.and Halth Departnent as its Bank in Haiti; visited Lqs Cayes sculpture from Andre Dimanche loly daughter M..ri .
and cd6ferred with businessmen at 167 Rue Capois. They motor- weie 'reeted yby Mr
c-1nt ibutidh to the con struction of, tudet' Cafeteria... Mr Roger threMi concernng various indus- ed.to ap Haiten Thursday lton Lau from the Pptte-
Mpllon young. Haitian. statistician, left latt we6k, fof .Siitiago of trial activities. visit the Citadei. t .Cap Haitien... Mis Nat
Chile H il soji her one:year.. gineer LoUi. Leveque, lVMiss Mariane Boelen who Rihter, a stock broker' i.
s Sta e ":iPuietr fr d ..op special @Mr John Deiej, Director Ge- st spent days here', sated k .
-'.Sta e. -6r, Public.Vprk .t". S.' s ,. othat her trI .to the Citadel -s' company 'with Mr iBernan
c that be.. .trP .-to te Citadet Io
.'ij B de, df .M a.in 'etnt. 'o M f. krchidiocese, era of the Inter-American D- marvel experience bl, a business ExebutieI
'.l.'.. ". .me italh e' diuds -and yelopmenitBak in Haiti, left by. the most marvelouIs experiencS S.is, a and:' ..... ife 1"
S abea toy in an belop.erit B/ W Hati, lft of her life. Miss Boelen from St. Louis, o and'wife
Fl ,d...... de bent th&Ike 6 4 orStth6uBel an artist...and r James.-L';i
i .t to t be t th :th Bel a r Wasington, atur. Rotterdam, 'Holladid as been a arti- r Jamies L.i
,d afterno Wtiiec with the United Nations for 12 tersn. r
."," .,d.' ,. a*Te' _'i'. '-. '' ..; f h si ukee isconn
tu'e d' Mu-- 'r years..She has served in P wkyeeJ Wiscon n. ana s:
.AU-tutp~aly:"-"i De'0 ~~^X s h istep n,ig qGqnea, Rome and- New Ybrk. their, guests at .th.e .ei...i
I ', ,.ba ad !i.;lep s sister is- enjog She wis recommended here by Mr IrvingKlein, a Reato
tioih ari .ree, ay v tieos here. She ,.. Great Neck, N.Y. ahd wifeie:..
/ W- .5ivsV..e, t weeks ago .fith her PApK BAND STAND anor, Al'Siegl anAuto''i
sl hubant.swhD,-;ent- ck to ,ithe UNDER REPAIR from Baltim~ore.fnd we-'
Sir.beOst States;lie, was o'e of the' best Workers are busy repairing nie, Mr :?JoAeph'SilvAr, a gen
atni't^ 9A eirmeringue, dancers at the'El Ran-. the unsafe' condition of the Band mer dising Manager.:'
_e c '; ;Nuu'red cho Thsda '. Stand in the Place des Heios!. Baltimbre an-d wife Eveljii.:a
S 20 pI e for current guestss. at the '.E'"
oStLiI .Fotlt-.makes jec d ndd "ates. ,.. .. fee i9. e..fe
eg".. "e ,U si, need ad,.. c f .
p ayrolls, geterates taxes, helps the :Goverh!nent: and a properly for the ..prodc~lQp:.h the C.i'de$Sac Winter Vegetable Coperativne iess 'hica
adjusted. community. ..'Artluir. nasi well' fuj.d-oti .reretsentative '.nd :he were to aiin, intiating, the first considerable, shipment Lucille e also'.gu :
of-,h Murchiso Brothers arrived id- Port au rince during the of Cucyminbrs, Eggf ant' and Sweet: P.ppers by: 'Gade,'ine 'to- ,l *l'' asl
wed fsit HAMpCO and Cabear.fins.: two industrial entities, iw Ypr .. M a lIrs.Jac,onnell florists o'oluba O pke
.eah-:1es w AYMr:..-Mor. are ,iCnn.ell. forists .o Coflfbla; Ohi
S''i gdu di to t .e omi sren coun were iitors during-the ieek n t et dF
-u.. an. .....V~ :-e .,,. t ,....l s ..... h.
lar t thea t ork Times s toe effect ihat of, the import ofsan
wasi w c .the. I States, totalling 8,700,000. long tAns, Jam. -Ohi e t
was .iiateff .b vMurbq_ -.Bro tbib.. co& .
t .. r at ,o "ran, .a i than 50 percent Duth. Gt.4a' g5 'percent., acteiQol
Sre ioker of New. York Oe cQnfsidar l. supppidrs..were the Dofnioqan: Republi, fia.ltb a-
ft t1lh'Hale i e districtt t r'in tUe .. nd Briig. are o',ineymosIng'"" "
r" "' 'a" "- h'.' a *."'pn 'ureaJii.rhe .. an

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COnions 25 first qula~ltybe availablee ,atiu oN U ,U D QA 't'"e .
iep counter.of ODVA- the corne of ''' '
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0. 15.. ., Ba. .G_ -
'50b" s, B s 15 Gourdes" 6 'd "l e'
h1Ons oT d fiorders will :i filled on th t basis STRAIGHT FROM THE FACTORY. a ".

gof Gourdes: 2.75 per 101bs, bags (Minimun ON 'HE RUE DU QfUAl ,
: ). ,.. ,, ,' .. ( .EP.. AND DINERS CLUB ACC'PTED) ',.

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'.e U.S.e. .ic. Aibassa. antMr'E'dward McGurk, r now. conernqd'. with- 'ecnomric
iti Ray rR nood' iata Scaiatt' of -Frstbne, 'Mr and rmappipg swbich 'W. '.ticdgU r-
t'we..fi e ge'sts',.o.l. bp1oi tfa 'Mrs Carlot Pereira, Mr Athr-' veyiib' basic esoi e fth
ie tj ,iijn .-.. reeptiofrl of- ton Lee,.' $.es:, Chai otte .,Ebell- country: "tod satisfy 'the. -eq re
Sled :the Fst eera ry Bossian, Director, of tSOMMr rentss o the Al ha:e for .Prog-
tEmba .adMi p and Mrs Earl Jrinie,' Maj6r Do- reSs, .andc shae, as, a ti-
as ..' Thurday the i* nald Cury, Mr ,and M'IS Ben point for .ecohornic .pl9.nn g for.
a tog the guests. was hiid]er,. 'The" buffet. refresh. Haiti.- Thjsphase of the pror
I tary i St te irAg ments were c served .inm'a. flower- will, of .o4rse ;tise, ai
!' ;ir r 'Thes Ai aden4 a4 dining g'om. Mrs Williams amountt. :thie-data, rn"we,,af a-
.i.Piepidepto ; Sth t '- Ks -Upal qIualified for..the 'title ,ableb .. b 't i fir.ty ple .ui de
fiB 'the: Rpblic o:, t.4Iof lI best- eMsed womlan- i; the i l command P.; ie-
p Director,, a Ms t : ,b n lius '1, yil .ndle .n.pg
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