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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00318


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THE HAITI,
VOLUME V -Pr-;-rice


AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
REPUBLIQUE D'HAITI Tel.: 2061t


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NEWSPAPER
SUNDAY DECEMBER J',o4 ,.


The hole drilled by Pierre-L ouis into the. Mourra m.nagasin,
The tunnelling burglar stole 10.000 in cash and valuables on
tlis-his last but one raid.


The open 1Mout-rh safe -Police belie-e the stocky robber
could have mn-ved it unaided.
-- .- MAKE THIS CHRISTMAS
: HAPPY FOR SUNSHINE
HOME CHILDREN
The committee for the Sunshi-
*.ne Home Christma-s Part, has
V A requested that our readers par
Oticipate in the drive for contri-
S buttons for the benefit of the,
..kiddies. Clothing, toys. sweets.
soft drinks, and any other gifts
may be sent to the -Sunshine
Christmas Party Comrmittee,a
/~o Haiti Sun.

Bauxite Mining

O "t'he ":gofmeiNo Millions Slated
tuy&0, the thief 'looking vcnd
young it 1950. Work on the Reynolds' baux-
ite mining claim at Miragoane,
PR.SIDENT ATTENDS retarded during the past year
INAUGURATION by the slow process of acquir-
President Moigloire left theil
capital yesterday morning for i can.wlgt sm nth.
'In earnest 1his month.


the Petite Riviere de l'Artibo-
nile where he inaugurated the
new Casernes, and later in the
day attended the inauguration
of the Schweitzer Hospital at
S'Deschapelles.


Walter L. Rice, Vice Presi-
(lent of *ReyncOlds' MCetal' nni
Pieident of Reynolds' Mines
in Haiti told the *Sun.. betor?
his departure for the U. S. Sun


shot dead Tuesday 2:10 a m.
trying to escape a police trap
laid around the Pierre Assad
store on Rue Roux. The wo-
man, Lucia Bolane, is the
only lead to over $25.000 stolen
by the shop breaker in four
known ,coupsD.
Identified as the burrowing
safe-cracker wvho has been
chiseling his way into clown-


PRESIDENT MAiLOlRE
INAUbfUltaT. WURK
ON UNAIVES CIT
After. the mass held in tho-
modernistic, year-oldr Centcin-
quantenaire Cathedral to ob-
serve the dlosing.od 'the annee
Mariale.. His Excellency Pre-


sident Magloire inaugu;-a,.ced
the ccnstruclion of the inew
(Continu-.d on Page 16)


Corner-Stone Schweitzer Hospital
Laid By Founder LarrimerMellon
Dr. William Larrimer Mellon 'from ihe private fortune of
a fervent disciple of the great Dr. MelJon and his wife (the
Alsatian philanthropist Dr. Al land was given by the Haitian
beitt Schweitzer (of African i(Continued on Page 14)
missionary fame), dedicated.
yesterday the new hospital at Brown&Root Lnm
Deschapelles, for 'vhich he pro W ork In Artibon
vided the funds. Another rmportamt phase in
'Hopiital Albert Schweitzer. ai.i's heroic fight for recove-
is the resuJt of Dr. Mellon's de ry from the ,.grmun ravages of
cision to emula-te Dr. Schweitz- Hujnoane Hazel has just been
e'r; doing In the New World as completed. This' week !Brown
he did in Africa. While con- and Root finished its fast emer
templating the Americas, una agency jc.b of repairing the Bas
ble to decide on a starting sin General Dam and its vi.tal
point for his philanthropic irrigation system. As a result
work, Dr. Mellon met HaitLi's farmers iLn the Cul-de-Sac will


Dr. Maurice Armand and be- be a
came intrested in this country.
$900.000 will go into the build-
ing and equipment of the Des-
chapelles hospital, all donated

Gets Go-Ahead

For Miragoane
day, he had given -the .Go
Ahead, to construction of ins-
tallations at Miragoane. and
shipments of ore to American
refineries should commence
early 1956.
Though unable to give a de-
finite figure for the cost of the
installations as engineers still
ar working on an estimate. Mr ,
(Continued on Page 15)


ble to save rheir crops and


Asked if the present.-'tninte-
rupted flow of current could
be Tpected to continue, Mr.
(Continued' on Page 15)

TEAM FROM PARAGUAY
TO MEET NATIONAL XI


FHF officials will select this
%'.eek a National XI to Meet
the Libertad team from Para-
guay which is expected to arri.
ve December 17 for a three-
'rne tow'nament december
18, 20 and 22.
Fresh from a victorious South
America tour, the Libertad
boys ar'e reputedly in rampa-
ging from. The team is ranked
(, Continued on Page 15)

Is Reconstruction
ite Valley Area
the people of P.rau--Prirnoe
will not be deprived cf the
food staples grown in the Car
pitail's major bread basket.
The work was complex t .e d
under contractc, with the- Publc
Works Department -at the ur-
gent request of PresiC'ent-Ma-
gloire in his determined battle
to save his people from the
(Continued on Page 6)


Bulozers and dragline turning Grise River back into original channel


Police Seeking Dead Burglar's P R IN
ENDS NEW UNITS
Sister As Lead To Missing Loot WILL START OPERATION
LONE BURGLAR WHO PERFECTED A NOVEL METHOD Farewell to ,Blackouts
OF SHOP-BREAKING WILL GO DOWN IN POLICE AN" 'Electric power should defi-
-VALS AS NO ORDINARY THIEF HE PLANNED nitcly be off the rationing
FUTURE INVESTED IN REAL ESTATE schedule by December 20, Elec
Detectives still are searching town stores to break open the trkc Company Director George
oir the sister of the ahole-in- strong-boxes, Samson Pierre- W. Polley told the Sun. this
ie-wall, burglar who was (Continued on Page 3) week.


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polyclinic bhuilt by Dr. Lir;en Leconmte, brillant, u*nossumting
ouwig brother of the First Lady.


TROPICAL IAS GO.
TAXES OVnK FROM LPG 9
A,... S. Riddle Manager ot
ISu Staldatiiid O t S. A. Iim.
uunced yesterday hlia: "'r,'pi-
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and has iasumned the distribu- ".
tiorn of LP Gas an-l rip'ifiii-cea T- ,/
The Haiti DiV\i&S'.i of Trot,:.
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.HAITI SUN, SUNDAY DECEMBER 12
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Dr. Leconte s Dental Clinic ,o-dt equip- po to ext tend r fjc;,it- RAIDERS FROM S. J.
Visited By President M agloire nnt, winni-ng admiratin for and will be pl3ie> to S,, ,,grl, ,,Iod,,- the hopping
and e. )e ndvhis initiative. The young den- their preen.. and future clitn- ci-nter Thursday The annual
Mine. Paul Magloire's young yri -ne.hegorannn'ual
Minte. Paul Magloire's young te- aenoon in. tist who recendy concluded cele-at Rue Paiee. T&LphhcI Christmas shopping safari, the
brother. Dr. Lucien Leconte- afternoon i his new Che.n.,
-ears L ulils come over from Ramney
on of our foremost dental des Dalles polycU.c. two ears t udy it Howd 3883.ea
on of our foremost dental University, Washington and ______A b__As by US A:rforce plane.
surgeons-received a visit from Dr. Leconte showed hMis dis- Ne York, has accomplished a
His Excellency the President tinguished guests around themajortride forward in Hai-
ticln dental in e d e c i n e A!
I construction of the clinic-conr,
sisting of a lab~oratory and an
.air-conditionetl consultat io n j .
room equipped with radiogra- _
phlc machines capable of detect
ing the slightest infection.
A professor at the ,Medical
Faculty of Port au Prince Uni
\'ercity (where he gained his
dental degree before going
abroad), Dr. Leconte is also at- .
tached to the General T-ospi-,
C "i tal staff as consulting physi-s '
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SUNDAY DECEMBER 12

Police Seeking Dead Burglar's


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LouIb 1 thoughtI. Lo have a tar-
tuI.e hradtien toim his robberies
S$10.u00n1 cash ;ri valuables
stolen tem i Amador. 1. Mour-
ra Tuesday November 23, and
$7.000 from Ziki Nahra's Grand
Rue warehouse June 30, were
the tWO largest hauls; but the
two intc-ivening robberies pro
duced nearly $10.000.
Pierre Louis (alias Samson
Jean) was traced by investiga-
tors-to Petion-Ville where he
lived under the names: ,Joa-
chirtBonanes and .Joachin Bo
lane'. Thp Comnmanding Offic-
er of the district, Captain Vic


t:j,- Bl.ichet, and Criminal In
xeitigions Chief Captain
.Jaici:tIes Etienne co-orcinated
their iiel'irts and apprehended
the dead robber's yard boy, Ro-
.bert Beauvoir, Wednesday.
Through Beauvoir police dis-
covered the thief had recently
built two modern homes, one
located at Morne Herc u' I e
which cost an estimated $1.500
to construct, and the other on
the Delmas road which was val
ted at $4.500
The Delmas home furnished
with the latest in aluminium
furniture, was painted the po-
pular flamingo red, and was


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often lived in by Pierre-Louis.
Deeds and titles to the land
bearing the dead robber's
n:n,.m) were found in the house
POLICE TRAP
Pir:re Louis was trapped
Mlnday night when, around
11.30 o'clock, detectives Placi-
de, Themitus, and Jn-Paul Bar
ndve heard hammering behind
the buildings in the Grand'
rue Rue, Roux Rue du
Centre block, the area favour
ed by the ,hole-in-the-wall.
burglar who was rapidly earn-


ing a reputation as a Phantom
shop-breaker.
They immediately alerted
Police Headquarters, and Re-
cherches Criminelies Chief,
Captain Etienne, who had per-
sorn.ly handled the investiga-
tion of the mystery robberies,
arrived on the scene accompany
ed by Lt Bastien and two de-
tectives.
liealthily the R. C. D. men
climbed on to the roofs of the
buildings, and located the noise
behind the Pierre Assad -ma-


gasin. which had been looted
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of $3.000 by the same maraud-
er a few months ago.
A police cordon was thrown
around the building and .letec-
Lives watchetl the man wo.'k
his way into the hole he had
made in the wall adjacent
to the one through which he
tunnelled ,on his previous visit.
Trough the hole, Plerre-Luis
reportedly opened the door, and
dragged the safe out into the
light from the .fen-foot-square
(Co'ntin.ued on Page 16)


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Police report Pierr-e-Louis whIeeled safe to the, ape -n door ....'.- "
where hlr wo rked by noonlioht. .. .




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SAnx cent Imilie Articles : rits of all kinds liaison Orieniale French Perfumes Oriental 'novelties


.Car.los Haitian handicraft. French Perfimes Ounga boll.Dresses Souvenirs e
Carihcraft : Mahogany Sisal Ouvroir liationale : Embroidery Handicraft
I Champagna's Perfumes Mahogany Maxim's Handicraft Tortoise shell
eo Deslandds Mahogany Factory Meinberg Bros. : Mahogany-- Sisal & strawgoods
Haitian Gift Shop Mahogany Handicraft Samba : Embroidered dresses 9
Jacquelline : Embroidered dresse souvenirs Rham Barbancourt : Hati's finest rum
Jeanne's Dresses Souvenirs Si La Shop : Sisal & Mahogany goods
La Perle des Anlilles Perfumes Sisal, shoes, bags Si-Jou-La : Dresses Haitian handicraft
SLa'Belie 'eCroie' Tourist- shopping center Tam Tam : Mahogany- Souvenirs
Le Perchoir : Shop in the Mountains The Souyenir Shop : Perfumes Jewelry

\ 1. One Price Policy

/ 2. Prices plainly marked on each item

I 3. Fully itemized sales slip given without request

SnRhum Barbancourt available atthese shops


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CHAITI SUN,


SUNDLi/ rLCEMBEIt 1!.


ti Joseph !report


0 wliat courage alcohol
Giveth thee -


BATTLE ROYAL AT
RENDEZ-VOUS
When the lights went out at
Dan Alien's Rendez-vous 3 a.
m. Sunday, thousands and
thousands of courageous little
gremlins hopped out of the
taffla and started throwing
glasses.
A big brave pixie sent a
glass into a lady. An enraged
husband came close to sending
the pixie into -fairyland. Ba-
dle Stations, was sounded and
wifh the appearance of a small
cannon, mother's little heroes
vanished through all available
openings -one man in his hur-
ry forgot, to open the glass
front door and did a r a r e
somersault.
Tourists. enjoying the floor
show, applauded this particu-
lar effort. Dan Allen took ad-
vantage of the lull in business
to inspect the kitchen.
The drunk who had b e e n
fightingg consistently s i n c e
2:45 a m was absent from the
brawl as he was occupied with
, arresting passersab34 for cri-
me unknown. Envious of the
participants in the big brawl,
he set about trying to start
another, was arrested arnd will
Ivpceve the decision fol his
two fast rounds with a poet
fram the vmgEltrate this Mon-
day.



UNFORGETTABLE
SHOW :WINDOW

Miss Lola Pincherle while
window-sh )pLn i n ront of
the beautiful ds.pl y in the
windows of Curaa.o, Trading
Company on WVednesday s:ip
ped and fell striking her arm
With admirable couragee she
appearedd th net d.ay a' her
desk as usual, her broken arm
trussed up, but her lovely
smile unchanged.

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CANADIAN GIRLS AND
BOURIQUE CALL WALK OFF
The two youthful Canadian
girls who quit the Capital De-
cember 4th 1954 on a unique
walking safari around the Re-
pubhic. wc:e back in ihe c!.'
yesterday with not even the
promise of a blister.
The writer and protographer
team, swinging rhum sodas
from a corner in the cool down-
town Fresco Bar Saturday con-
fessed to the Sun* that the
only walking they accompli-
shed was in the line of their
dally habits and domestic ne-
cessities in the village of Croix
des-Bouquets where they were
deposited by auto December
4th.
Robust Janet Benett exper-
tly crunching a large lump of
ice stated frankly; cI've gotta
go back to Toronto and see a
woman specialist and have
x-rays taken-nothing serious.
but it means calling our walk
off till next April.,
Jean Merill drilping with
Kodaks of all sizes and shapes
had a word of praise for the
good citizens of Croix-des-Bou-
quets and special mention for
the Mayor abd Police chief
who graciously donated daily
meals and the local hogan
who provided them with a
first class caille" completely
furnished with a radio. The
hospitality was something won-
derful, the girls chorused.
Cippering off today, the la-
dles have entrusted their dar-
ling companion, eleven month
old boutique -Gustav T. to the
charitable arms of Senor Don
O'Nell wio has promised It a
home, protection and special
diet In cool ,Pet1onvnle.


MQRE POWER TO THEMi
Poles are In the headlines ;
they are once again -upporting
sagging wires (birds-nests and
Spanish moss) that convey a
. regular flow of current inst-
ead of an occasional whiff in
the course of a 2-1 hour day.
These .poteaux electriques.
actual pillars of our society"
have another important mis-
sion. Strategically placed in
the .middle of the busy routes
of the capital, they giv'e moto-
rists the happy selection of
either slaughtering an odd citiz
en or two, folding into a wall
of a shop or residence etc, or
the less-costly -alternative of
enveloping a near-by lamp


post.
An example demonstrating
this preference occurred Mon-
day when the chauffeur of the
Canadian Embassy's new (1400
miles) Bel Air Station waggon
avoiding a man jay-walking,
across the rue Pav&e balancing
two large sacks of wood on
his head, wrapped the auto
around he nearest .pole. The
Bel Air was unwrapped for
the insurance company to
claim and the bent-inthe
middle pole (iron variety) was
given the Immediate tempora-
ry support of a wooden post.

Mr. Maurice LemieuxL Em-
bassy Secretary, the back seat
occupant is having trouble
bending-the-elbow at El Ren-
cho this week because of hav-
Ing hurt his tlftmb during the
wrapping process. Mr. Leminieux
has joined the ranks of those
motorists who can look back
over the years at their parti-
cular pole and reminesce of
the time. they were saved
from a fate more costly than
death by a ,poteau dlectrique,..
With the rapid growth of the
auto population. It has been
suggested that more poles be
planted In the streets to serve
all.



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SThe Ambassador of Mexico,
Mr; Jose Torres Talavera, has
mncved to his new re3.cd', e
at No. 14. Avenue Panamerican
Next to El Rancho, (Malson
Donner).


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The two Canadian ladil's b.5 a fond fare-well tQ their qMh.
panion and friend( l-woi th ol d Gustave 1, the. bouirique vihp
was to'have followed on thf ir walking tour of Haiti. -


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SLy. .I- I'EI.EMBER 12

Dedication Service Held For
hew Methodist Chapel


The new Metlioditi Church
on Rue de la Rcv'alution. wai.
opened officially Sunday No
vember 28 by a special dedkia-
tion service in which six mni-
dsters took part.

The pastor of the church.
Rev H. 0. Mc Connell, preach
ed the se"i'ion. and the Re's.
Henry Bernard, Marco Depes.
tre, Aalai Rocourt,Ruben Ma.-c
and Van Putten partici-pated.


denti and Mine Ma-gloire. secre-
tiKr;, of State. and high offi-
ci's attendt-'d

rn _,'r an teuital 'wa\ s giv :t:
by Rev. Pual Orjala, Lhe Amne-
rican Minister of th-, Naza-
rene Church,. who is an accom-
plishEd organist The church
was beautifully deco r a t e d
with flower-, and the large
congregation had the pleasu-
re of listening to the harmon-


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SIAMESE TWINS BORN. -
DIE MINUTES AFTER HOTEL BEAU RIVAGE

Siarne iwi girls die-, tL the For The Best Food in Town
General hospital within te.' AND
minutes of their it lt UNRIVALLED SERVICE
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w'ecne-oay afternoon. i ,Te 1..
their Mirs. Lamercie Hjmfge
had given birth five tim'cn l,'j
viously, and Jione of her chii
dren survived. Wife o. a c- --
penter tilhe woman lives at Le.)
gane. She is reportedly in ve'y
good health.


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Six pastors took part in dedication


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pleasant f o.r, ,. i .. ; hip. One of many
occasions lor drinking Hennessy.


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Haitiano-American Institute

Loses English Teacher
When Hugh Kirkpatrick l,'t small son Charles left f
this week to take up hi, new Prince early this week e
post at Beirout, the Institut to their sojourn in the
Haitlano-Americaln Jost one of Said Director Brown :
lts most prized staff members. sincerely happy over th
Mr KXrijpatck will be Director motion in favor of my
of English in S Language Cen- colleague, but it is like
tea, in the Middle East with my right arm..
headquarters in Beirout. The
distinguished .professor who COFFEE EXPER
has been in Haiti since Februa- PLANS GOME-BA
ry 195-4 was Interim Director FOR SOUTHWES
of Courses ait the Institute, Cotee .expert LeLipen,
furnishing valuable collabora- gate to the. Haitin G
tion to this establishment, ment.toaid in their progi
Director ind Mrs. Ralph rehabilitation of coffee
Brown -entertained at a -bon tons, returned recently
voyage, party for the Kirkpa- an inspection trip to the
tricks last Saturday night in On his trip he visited
their Pacot residence. Mr and rious plantations, in Cae
Mrs. Kirkpatrick and their Jacmel, accompanied by
----- Frarnck Boncy. Mir. Lei

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, dele-
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ram of
plant
from
South


HAITIAN AND U. S.
MEDICOS MEET
FOR HEALTH TALKS
.'. dhe opening of the -emiL-
nar on Tropical Medicine De-
cember -4 in the auditorium of
the Fc dtA'ty of Medic-'ine, Dr.
Charles Dambreville Director
of In.sect Conirol sktzch.:i the
l'] -;jor,' LC" ni ,rl.1- n Hiiti ...n.
the battJe against it.
FollowIng the course of the
di.ease. from Christopher Co-
lumbus' lime *to the establish-
ment of the \World Health Or-
ganiz,'it-,n in Haiti, Dr. Dam-

009.'r


breviie aescnredt h n e i.,r, itr. Tne udircto.r 01 tfhe anti-


done by the Rockfeller .'on:i-
dation, the American Sanita-
ry Mission, and the WHO.

Drs. Antoine Joseph anu
Fzantods Duvuhe: tL.ressr.'l
.the seminar ot Haiiiar: n nd
American doctors un research
work carried out by the Inter.
Anvi'i.,can CJ-cpeMIau, e Strv.-
ce of Public Health at the Tiu
pical Health Center at Gres.


yaws campaign, Dr Joseph
spoke of ihe developments In
the study of Terraynycine treat
ment of yaws.

%over oy' rl'iL- b:rf, uean oi
tht. F lt"culi.\', Athtjirjiz tellen.
ve Pubhc Halih Du e-cftjr and
Constant Pierre-Louis, Presi-
dent of 'the Hai.Uan M'edicl
Association. Dr. Auguste De.
nize was interpreter.


DAMBALLAH HOTEL
Port-au-Prince -Pelion-Ville- Haiti
Telephone 7887 7237
Best 'Located Hotel in Haiti
An Ideal Spot for Honeymooners
An Attraclion for all Tourists


he va- k Atop a Mountain, 2,000 feet high, is the Enchanting
es and Dambala Hotel overlooking the Magnificient Plain and
y r -1 XIk Air-conditioned by ,Nature.
upen's Ohly 15 minutes from Shopping Center
mopenth. Perfect Service
'inth-o Excellant. French and Haitian Cuisine '

Seeg eul-* c"Attractive Show every Thursday Night
ue to LES PLUS BELLES NOSAIQUES We extend to You our Cordial Invitation to the
HAITIENNES Dinner Dancing evtry Saturday Night on the Starlit Terre
t-SHEr0e ipeO n DAMBALA HOTEL

I _PAE____A_ A member of the Family


l ELD V I/PhB RARM~y/OANIf


CURACAO TRADING COMPANY et ses Agents


.HAITI SUN, SUNDAY DECEMBER 12
M___ A -. --- A -i .- ,- k. ;DI. .'l- ___ -C_ "6


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SUNDAY DECEMBER I


WISE and


B,' J. C. Merrill

i-ortl-a -Pa 4we
L.,y uj light,
rr;ai3/i rAfef.ii; acin du-'. ';:.
Set oa a hillside, ,
Crusted with Jr c !;,
Brought from tite sea depths
Oj flagellao.nt so..(o'.,
Bearing no seet 1 4w, I u.i,.,'n.
T'hi setlu'eft, ait' *t', h! t (Ij lci
rolOig iv tlh ditadi-ii
Scoripiois gOni? b-'\\:'ic.
Hoag fioit, thle 'tlil'u ,n.cs
Doomiitn-g abori.' ,/.-
u1 jobuliious sp ir'"
Of telltric tides
Fromii the iet'i ." a .ryi)l,
Where the interstellar tele-
phones
Looig rend the nught
Ot thy keening, -phozp1i'or
tmooll
City of light,
With the green, golden sun
rile,
fWla.'shing the squalor.
FromZ. the veins of thM splen-
dor.
No regrets flaunter
With slow surly motionn.
Voices in. unison;


H-aorve.st the tresses
Of subhmliated ioy,
Though none has 'oand-'.'d
In the porous, wintry spaces
Of the black crystal se.wers
'iththhe sleek creodontj
There shall wie meet
I' th[lie grey orcheitectIe
That is music of ,iihi';i:
SleFiFpmg in torment
When they bi ute at our lts.
Jdst- aroundd the, corn *r
It is cold in the sewers.
.And damp ;is our i lotil.n
When the weather is bad
x x x
Benjamin Fankli j \ma
centuries ahead of h'is *!n?


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The Editor
Haiti Sun
Port-au-Prince
Sir,


Last week I wrote
to Mr. Diederich a


a letter
pel.onaL I


letter, not intended for publica
tion or the eyes 6t Mr J. C.
Merrill.
You showed it 'to Mr. Merrill
and you published it with a
nasty little foot-note. Thank
you, Mr. Editor, thank you
very much.

THIS letter you iay pu-
bish if you wish. It is just to
advise you that I will tlind
means to prevent you aid dli
Merrill from using the. he:,i-
ing Wise -and Otherwise, in
the future. Thisis not a threat
- just a statement of fact.
It is to be regretted that the
putrid living worms. Mr. Mer
rill found in Kenscoff failed
to smot-her him in their em-
braces, or that he failed to
crawl into one of those -bar-
rows. beside his female peas-
i


A treat at
tea-time!


AGENTS

Haiti Trading Co. S A
Chamber of Commerce
Bldg: Cite de l'Exposition
Phone 2069


HAITI SUN

OTHERWAWISE wrote to Voltairie at the couu,
OTHE WS of Frederick the Great. der.oun

God ,uLe thie Kig. cing pragmatism as a way of
All i wchuteuer, life. Vol'aire's reply offediced
AO a more is he'e
.% I motr ',*7 .s l'e? he' Franklin who never wrote to
CoMe oil Y t ai'hf",. him again. He saved the letter.
From ,'iebright
Towe-s of gljland however, and it is now on axhi
To the stern ridescence
In the, crenelated streets bluion at the public libR-ai :n
That flame with r'efulyepc,. Phladelphia Pa. USA.
RemembEr the houtr
lWhe-n tih. d-read Chi-feu: to!-!. This is my conception c.f
City of light \
l'hosl stiff dannlinn ccn,.v Port atl Prince.


ILIe IDIICAIL1)D11lie
FAMOUS FOR ITS FRENCH COOKING

OI O 0 Specialities -
ONION SOUP* FILET MIGNON
. PEPPER STEAK SNAILS
ESCALLOPPE DE VEAU e u-%JIE
S Located in cool tete de I'eau, Petion-Ville
, For reservations Tel: 7416

HOTEL SAN MICHELE








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IN PETION-VILLE
/PHONE : 7894


The RIVIERA

Hotel d'Haiti


f a

* I


/

/


) Nightly Dancing

\ ,8 P.M. to 1 A.M.

) In Air-conditioned

/ ,BAMBOCHE ROOM,

.Featuring Haitian Folklore.


WHERE THE LOWEST ,PRICE, IS


___________ Page?
ant of Ken-scoff, anid stifle in claims is there.
the ischium excremen- hli? T j. GRANT.

FAPPRCE


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S HAITI SUN. SUNDAY DECEMBER 12
BrW & R o Co cu tackled the job of the raging that would have developed un- E,, and soon Brown and Roo

Brown & Root Conclude Cise River which had ro&red less the via] CuJlde-Sac road equipment and engini.rs were
Reconstruction- down the Toad past Damien at was opened promptly. .pittE Reontrcto them their Bach. itc


(Continutei from page 1)
threat ,of famnine. It is a stirr-
Ing example of how -AmEr$-
canS and Haitians wo:'k-d in
c lose collaboration w i t h.
speed and efficiency to put our
disaster-struck Republic back
f on its feet.
As you probably know, Brown
and'Root, through ODVA, was
among the I'Lust U S firms in
S Haiti to offer its services in
the emergency. And luckily it
had the heavy equipment so
gentlyty nelededl, to v.win the
upper hand over the Cul-de-
Sac's rampaging rivers and re-
pair the damages they left be-
hind.
In the first desperate days


that follOWed n t az.' ,Poass,
a convoy of Brown and Root
trucks rumbled into Croix des
Missions and evacuated some
260 hungry marchands and
other refugees who had been
stranded by the flood waters
that cut off the northern route
to the Capitaql, turning the high
way into a river bed.
Then it went to work on re-
establishing Haiti's main life-
)line to the North. The bridge
ar Croix-des-Missions was too
swaybacked for vehicles to
cross in safety and one of its
piers had settled. The structu-
re was lifted up by enormous
-jacks- and new metallic piles
were installed. After that, it


a height of 10 feet after break-
ing out of its old banks to seek
a pathway to the Bay. In two
days' tfime the torrent was d.
vested into a new channel 30
meters wide dug by bulldozers
at Santo, the holes in the bank
were patched up by thousands
of sacks of dirt backed up by
strong dikes of earth and grav-
el reinforced by piling. And
the silt was scraped off the
highway to restore the flow of
charc.il. rice, o!,intain r,,nd
petit mais to Po t',-?r;n.- On
October 20th the road was
again in operation.

During Lhe interim, the price
of charcoal had risen from $1


In gratItude for the prompt
and necessary aid, President
,Magloire personally present
ed Brown and Root s Project
Manager, Howard Bayne, with
a warm letter of appre.:ition.
On October 28th. Mr. Payne a-.
companied by Major Alcide Du
viella went to the National P -
lace to disiicuss another inajc '
problem on the Ppesldentia'
Recovery agendahow to re-
pair the 31-year-old Bas-in G-
heral Dum and inrigation sys.
tem in'tirrme to a'e 1he crnps
The plan was submitted to the
Public Works Program, nppri:v


by r.he Riviere Blanche.'Sjlted
caina'ls were d-redge-j, at Boucan
and at other loaded points d(-ai
n;ige di-tches were 'duug to re-
move water from ctlltivatej
i.relds ,a.rnd a long wc,.odcn flimle
was constructed at the Oan

Last .%,eek Enginec: S' Lot
c.f the Irrigation S.T\-ICC 01 of the
Pu':!ic WC.rk-S Deparimcnt ins.
pEolel tthe,fbiikhed job ard no'v
water ic once llor c'-)ursiljg
along ".he canals fertding the
hur.-,-e:' o I ] Tt!e f.:rn.- -.
\'idi.ng food for our roeming
Capital.I


.............. ______a donkey load to $1 for a signal;
S' s-ack cooks carried from t!e

market in thedr own' hands.
Lower income families who
depended upon a gourcle o0
two stretching for a day's food









,> 0
supply found .cinquante cob-
purchased three medium .ba-
ananes, rioce had doubled in
\ price toi2 Js a pound and pois
A vr.2rouge. had gone up t.o. 30 cts
`.a ,pound It doesn't take much
.ar~thmeiic to figure our
..! .:Nmany hun-gry stomachs there
were i te Hatian Capital
Undercutting at doiWnstream side B- assin General nor the size of a -food crisis



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The right bank canal at Bassin General being cleaned by a huge


New Timber Flume from dam to right bank canal (Bassin Gerneral)
*
.e.uri r. PaynLe:
Aui bu Lo0Y ugo, duvij LIZ 1-31 i'LoJCnul, U] ML IL.'. A- Lii(6
OIA uy Ih Ke 1Broion aa. Boot in ltite .-i'ibotbie I. aUlley wh-ttr.
a"is beeln ortunately spare.-I by the hurricane, I extiendvd to
you and to the br;ilthant. tedn, uj ec/tinecwtiusI ,t' Ae yoJt
u.z.oczates, the deepest co'ng'raOiLutioi uij my .,UL.t',i.n L'. jot
the good work done.
During the inspection that I just made in thi P lamne au.
Cul-d&-Sac. I have. been able to witness that it was mainly
Sdue to the efficiency of Brown and Root iwho Ihaa spontane-
ously offered assistance to th,' Government, tlht tte tral-
'fic had been restored between Port-au-Prince and Cap.Haitiav.
the flooded rivers controlled and ilic bridges epa.icd in a
mnininmumin of time.
This appropriate help given to the stricken Haitian People,
in spite of your great vontrctual obligations an'd your strict
desire to meet these, nbligating, had assured 4u you.1 the
natural gratefulness of all the country.
The generosity of ithep Amnericuan Governent in giving the
Haitian Red Cross the opportunity to feed during a certtai
period of time the inhabitants of the strike areas, the Go-
vernment is cone ni;,rt.,qP now all its efforts to 'pair o(ll the
irrigation canals and the ditsi ribition systems such a eItasin
General, which must allr.', nni male crops to be r".p'sibh'hieI
with the shortest possible idlci,, I do .hope that the Public
Works Departnc wt 'il' ind if neccessary, from ih AMann-
gers of your oreat ComipaOt'. -l7 possible co-operalion for th'-
carr?/ino out of these important u'n ls.
Thanking you in thr naa;?r of the Haitian Governmern, f
iwnt to ssuln 710io of muo dM.utinguished consideration.
Pnt E. MAGLOIR'
UIr. Honwrd Payne
Prniret Mffnnaqer Broin and Root. Inc
De-whappelles.





"- 7-7, "


Bureau: Stand 2;11
Ave. Marie-Jeanne
Cite de i'Exposition


3K ~ K T


I
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Phone: 2061
P.O. Box: 433


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On this beautiful


day (the days are always beautiful in


Haiti) we wish to extend to you our heartiest welcome.
We, as well as everyone in Haiti, wantyou, to have a very
pleasant and enjoyable stay in this lovely and hospitable
Island.
Haiti Sun (your newspaper) in collaboration with La
Belle Creole (your shopping center) have. put out this
section of the newspaper in order to give you information
that will help you to make your stay not only pleasant bUt
profitable.
We are always at your Service, for any information you
may need.
HAITI SUN
LA BELLE CREOLE


SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK IN PORT-AU-PRINCE


NATIONAL PALACE







.'Champ de Mars
SOpen dally except Sunday from 8-2
SRaising Lowering of Flag, 8 'am.-5 pmn.

: NATIONAL MUSEUM








Clamp-de Mars
Open daily except Sundays

PALAIS DES BEAUX ARTS






Auxi almlstes. Exposition Grounds
SOpen dally from 9 5
Art ExhbitMons


MUSEE DU PEULE HAITIEN





Aux Palmlstes, Exposition Grounds
Open dally from 9 5
taor turt-.r Information
see your.Travel Agent


"-OYER DES ARTS


PLASTIQUES


AuxPalmlatets, ExposiUioa Groumda
Open daly from 9 5
Permanent Art ExhIibItions


ART CEiTER


.. Rued e la
IBB; |sfi~jk Revolution

Phone: 2055
Open dayexcept Sunday from 9-5
Curtt ret Show"


IRON MARKET






GrandRue.
Open "aailv from 6 .4
Peal Market days on Saturdays


METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL


Basilique
de Notre Dame
(Catholic)


Petion Plaza'
Open daily from 4 -6

COLONIAL CATHEDRAL


Oldest Church
SIn Port-au-Prince
For visit hours see
your Travel Agent

Petlon Plaza
Open daily

EPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL






Rue Pav6e (Near PAA Offices)
Open dally
Famous for its beautiful Haitian Mural



THEATRE DE VERDURE


Aux Palmistes. Exposition Grounds
Open Tuesdays and Thursdays
.'venings for folklore shows

STADIUM PAUL E. MAGLOIRE






Rue Durand
Boxing and Track-Field events.
Football (Soccer) Matches
Thrice a week at night
For further Information Phone: 3015

COCK-FIGHT ARENA






Aux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Fights Saturday afternoons
and Sundays morningl


UNDERSEA GARDENS

4 (Iroquois)


Pnre-an-P--,", Ray
Glass bottom boat leaves
Daily Casino Pier 9:30 a. am.


La Belle Creole





-Rue Roux
rhe Caribbean's Most
Unique Shopping Center
Open dally from 8 5 Phone: 317T

MUSICAL FOUNTAIN






Cite de 'Exposition, Exposition Grounds
Classical Concerts
all Wednesday and Sunday nights
from 7 10 p. m.


PLACE DES HEROS






Champ de Mars
Open Auditorium
Sunday Concerts from 7 9 p. m.
For further Information
see your Travel Agent

PETION-DESSALINES






Rue
Mgr. Guilioux
Open daily except Sundays



FISH BOWL
---- -- -- --


Marftsadnt
f f | Fish spe.ialities
Restaurant


A short drive from CapitaL-on sea-shore



KI PI (CAPT. ACE'S


1I-- Martissant
Sea-shore Restaurant
Sea-food specialities
RENDEZ-VOUS







Clite de l'Exposition
Alr-condiloned Bar-dancing
Open from sunset to sunrLsing


Le Perchoir





T-a Boutililers
World-renowned
MounLain.-lop Restaurant,
Dancing and Gift Shop
Phone: 2105

CASINO INTERNATIONAL






Cite de I'ExposiUon
Gambling and Dancing
Open every night
Floorshow on Wednesdays Phone: 3076

CABANE CHOUCOUNE



-p Choucoune



Pttionvilhe
Famous Nightclub
Open on Saturday Nights- Phone: 7890

HOTEL RIVIERA


"-. Phone: 3151
Martissaat
Air-conditioned Bar Dancing
Excellent orchestra, folklore floorshows

EL RANCHO HOTEL


Pdtlonvilha
Dinner dances on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays
Phone: 7888

HOTEL IBO LELE

I HOTEL # #
1 80LELK



PitionvUle
Dinner dances on
ruesdays and Fridays Phone: 7886

THORMAND CLUB


Carrefour Road
q*,,Im cocktalls
Tennis


NIAL BANK OF THE REPUBLIC





Geffrard Square
Open daily except
Saturday and Sunda)s
from 9-1 Phone: 2233


ROYAL BANK OF CANADA






Geffrard Square
Open dally except
Saturday and Sundays from 9 I
Phone: 2263

AIRLINES


KLM-
DELTA -
CUBANA -
AVIATION ADILt-


Phone: 3451
Phone: 2352
Phone: 3313
Phone: 3200
Phone: 2613


SHIPPING LINES





Pan.aa ........................Telephone 341

Com=mar .......................................7 .2082
rrans-Atlanic ......................... 2691
W asiley .................................... 3867
amburg American ..................2238-3486
M ~lcoa S S .................. .................... 2766
RoyalNetherlands Navigation......... 3455









CATHOLIC SERVICES
Cathedral: 4, 6, 7:30 and 8:30 am.
Sacre-Cmuzr 5:30, 7, 8.30 an.
St Anne: 4.7 anda 8a. m.
St Gerard: 4 530 and 8:30 a. m.
St. Louis de France: 8 and 9 am.
Sixtlne Chapel (Cit6 de l'Exposlttn)
10 a.m
St. Pierre (PeUlonvllie): 4, 6, 8
and 9:30 a.m.
St ThOrse (PdUtionville): 6 an..
EPISCOPAL
Cathedral: French 6 and EnglshI 7 am.
French 8 am.
Baptist Church: 9 and 10 Sm.
Presbyterian: 9 and 10 a. m.
METHODIST
ST. PAUL A.M.LE.
4-6 a.m.
9.11 anm.
11:30 12:30 English
7-9 pjn.m. Evening
METHODIST CHURCH:
Rue de Is Revolution:
7:00 English
9:00 French
6:30 Evangelistic service in creole


BUREAU DU TOURISM
Avenue Marie-Jeanne.
Cite de l'Expositlon
Phone: 2618
?Office Hours: 8-1 p.m.
Phone: 2M5


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COTI O.F' ". BE" "ROE AN
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ljayatn HIandwoven Fabrics.
laytian Handwoven Rugs
Pamneras & Films
Orench Chantilly Laces
iwiss Embroideries
tish Linens -


6VMcI2A & Tissot Watches
SFrench Perfumes:
puerlain, Dana,
j: Lanvai, Worth,
Ipatou, ie. Gallon,
ron, .,illiet,
..arven Fa:h,
ihristian Dior,,
Aochas, Chanel,
.chiapareili,
"1ini Ricci, Corday,,
aph..el, Piquet,
foty & Uoubigant
vueurr:
e'urvoisier, Otard,
3isquit, ItLnnessey,
gapoleon; Marte-ll,
)omiecq, Drambuie,
mheery Heering, ...
Ia:ie Brizard,
Harvey's Bristol Cream
rmagriac, Chartreuse,
*iintreau,
iyti.n Rhum:
urnum BarSancourt
.iytan terature
syian Music:
Phe Most Complete
osortment of the
variouss Rythms.
b9y(lan Voodoo Inspired
jewelry
Saytian Mahoanyware
Iatamianted Tissues





:Unusual among Gift Shops of
4e world, is the branch of LA
ELLE CREOLE located on
he terrace of the LE PER-
rHOIR, the famous restaurant
Stop of BOUTILJIERSI
SOUNTAIN, overlooking Port
Price.
'Through the wide windows
Le Perchoir Gift Shop the
hopper's eyes are drawn from
.ae attractive show cases, to the
reath-taking beauty of nearly
0wo thoiqand square miles of.
span'ola's plans, mountains
4d sea, lying 3.300 feet below.
"Spacious, and always cool,
LIe Perchoir Gift Shop offers
he same h'Igh quality French
Perfumes. Haitian jewelry, hnm-
icraft. books, paintings and
hundreds of other gift items,
iemb.ed from the far corners
r thi earth, as in the mother
tore, La Belle Creole, in town.


Haytian Sculptored Mahogany
Heads
Haytian Turtle-shell Jewelry
Jewelry from all over the
World
Exquisitely Beautiful
Beaded Bags
Hand-embroidered Blouses,
Skirts, etc.
Hand-painted, Skirts,
Kerchiefs, Stoles, etc.
Haytian Paintings
Haytian Ceramics
Haytian Postcards
(we meaLl them for you).
Dunlop Golf Balls
(great savings)
Dunlop Tennis Balls
(greqt savings)


In Port-au-Prince
everybody meets at
cThe Fountainz in
La Belle Creole for
Fruit and'Fruit Juices
Sggs and Omelettes
W-affles and Hot Cakes
-Beverages
.risp and Cold Salads
Chefs Special, .
Sandwiches.
Ice Creams
Sundaes and Beer
::gars and Cigarettes


'pearfishing Equipment
'Bathing Trunks.
Native Polos for Men


49ift shop ('

The prices, the .fixed price po-
licy, the sales slip with every
purchase, with the guarantee of
the firm's name, are identical.
.Ak,


Located in the shop is a bar
where one can sip Haitian ruw
punch, tea, coffee, soft drinks-
or where one can have a 'tweer
meal snack of sandw:che-s, ca-
ke, ice cream, while shopping
This combination of cool com-
fort, spectacular view, excel-
lent merchandise, end refresh-
ment, make a shopping trio to
LE PERCHOIR GIFT SHOP
a pleasant and profitable ex-
perience a high spot indeed
in your travels.


aAl TIAN rTUiRAV UWffUT...

Am umrnflTTARLE CX? wENCU


By Mary Johnson
Gaiety is the keynote of night
life in Port-au-Prince the
gay sophistication of a New
World Paris underlined by the
hypnotic beat of African tam-
bours.
AMid in keeping with its
French tradition the accent is
on good food in a romantic at-
mosphere. Few places in the
world can offer a more enticing
blend of these two elements
than Le Perchoir, Haiti's smart-
est restaurant that hovers 3,000'


above Port-au-Prince and its
eme:.'ald bay. Guests during tea
and cocktail hour have a front
row seat at" one of the most
bewitching settings ever 'pro-
vided for a tropical sunset.
Th-n the lights go on and the
curving bayshore is outlined in
a necklace of shimmering
pearls. On the breezeswept
'.errace, guests can watch cars
ctop at the Dominican borde.
) miles away.
Whether it's a th!ck state-
-ide steak or an ethereal Rum
Souffl6, Le Perchoir food i.
superbly prepared and elegant-
ly served. Fdlix Guignard and
his orchestra provide mus'c for
dancing.
The" International Casino, a
swank establishment run by a
staff imported from Monte
Carlo, is one of the majo:'
points ,of interest during the
summer and winter -tourist sea-
sons. There one can dine on
excellent Ital'an food and later
visit 'the gaming'tables which
are meticulously run under the
supervision of the Haitian Go-
vernment. On the bay side,
an orchestra beats out rhum-
bas, mambos and romantic Hai-
tian meringues for dancing un-
der the twinkling stars.
Near the Casino on the bree-
zeswept Exposi'ion Grounds
is the Open Air Theatre d2
Verdure where visitors can
attend the bi-weekly shows put
-n by the talented National
v' lklorri Troupe.
Around the curve of the bay
is the newly r:-modeled Hotel
"iv!era with its huee air-con-
ditioned Bamboche Room and
circu'ar bar. The bar's revol-
ving center serves as the staee
Ior Guy Durdsie:'s'tri-linqual
:'rooninq and' a nightly floor
rhnv (Thpe whi'e-fSced Banda
dancer iq Min-ky's in reverse,
a comedian par excellence).


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Among the world travelers
there is a saying that good shop-
pers, when they die, go to Haiti
In Haiti there is the widest
possible variety of gifts, souve-
nirs, jewelry, clothes, extraor-
'dinarily fine rum and liqueurs.
native handicraft and L'nport:d
luxuries from many ports of
the world.., all the way from
Paris to Pakistan.
Haii's r'chy hand-barnished
mahogany bowls t-ays and
sculpture are well known. So
is the famous Rhum Barban-


nellesi to the pulsing beat of
the voodoo drums. It's an UN.-
FORGETTABLE experience.:
For late stayer-uppers any
night of the w:ek, Dan Allen's
Rendez-vous across from the
internationall Casino goes strong
until all hours. And along
about 1 a. m., the joint is usual
ly hopping with oldtime Ame-


Other leading hotels have
special dinner dansants once or
twice a week. Visitors should
not miss an opportunity to bear
Haiti's internationally known
male Dejean Choir which per-
forms at Hotel Ibo Lela on Fri-
day evenings. The El Rancho
features Ti Ro Ro, Haiti's num-
ber one drummer, and mem-
bers of the National Folklore
Troupe on Friday evening and
other special dance nights
which vary according to the
season. Hotel Dambala has a
Saturday night chicken barbe-
que beside its illuminated pool,
with an orchestra providing
music for outdoor dancing on
its marble patio. The Villa
Creole's'Big Night is Thursday
evening with a Haitian Buffet
-erved beside its pool in a gala
tropical garden decor and, of
course, dancing. The toof gar-
den at Hotel Choucoune is open
for dinner dancing Monday and
Wednesday nights during the
season.
On Saturday evening Petion-
ville's thatched roofed night
club, Cabane Choucoune, is the
mecca of the Capital Elite and
visitors. Alternating orchestras
throb with the rhythm of the
Haitian Meringue, a dance so
simple that visitors need spend
no time on the side lines just
looking on. Though this has
long been the society gathering
spot of the Haitian Capital,
rum and sodas are stfil served
For .20 a glass. There is an en-
trance fee which varies depen-
ling upon the entertainment
"or the .evening. The Cabane
'houcoune often features lea-
ding foreign entertainers.
Saturday night is also the
night for taking trips into the
nearby hills to attend .the pea-
sant cbamboches, or non-reli-
gious dances held in open cton-


court. Particularly prized by
gourmets is Five Star, Rhum
SBarbancourt... so mellow that
it is often gerven with all the
ceremony accorded a grand, old
cognac. This is one of the few
rums in the world which is
distilled net from the :pure
pressed juice of the sugar cane.
Only a few case's are ex-
oorted from Haiti each year.
For this reason people who-
really-know take their full quo-
ta of non-taxable liquor 5
bottles of Rhum Barban-
court back to the States. The
price in Port-au-Prince is ama-
z:ngly mod:-rate.

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der's Ragtime Band.
For seafood and such. spe-
cialties as Fried Frogs Legs,
there is the bayshore r-stau-
rant known as Ki Pi or Cap-
tain Ace's. The food is excel-
lent, the view interesting and
the dancing fun.
For dinner minus dancing,
there is Petionville's Le Picar-
di a French-run Pension fea-
turing Escargot, pepper steak
and the sort of food rarely seen
or tasted off the Midi 'In Port-
-u-Prince, Aux Cosaques is
known for its tasty flaming
lobster and other typically Hai-
tian dishes. The Savoy, just
off the Champs de Mars, offers
either Haitian or American
foods and if you are really ho-
mesick for southern fried chic-
kan that is iust where you'll
find it a block from the Na-
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if you
rc-ally ,yait
S0io become
acquainted
S.with Haiti
\there are
many int-
eresting
trips which
~ afford a
close-up of
Haitian life
which you cannot gain if you
confine your sight-se-ing to the
city.
Most of these trips can be
nmade in conventional automo-
biles, others require the more
versatile jeep to navigate the
rough spots and river crossings.
All of them can be made in sa-
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There is a Hertz Drive it
'Yourself Agency in town where
you can rent a car or a je-p at
reasonable *rate; or you can'
rent cars, with or 'without
chauffeurs, .elsewhere. The Hai-
tian Air Force provides safe
and efficient air transport to
most important points in Ha'ti
at very reasonable rates. Ask
your hotel manager or your
travel agent for details. "
Each of these -trips has its
special attraction. From the
longer, trips you will return
with.-a grand thirst,, a hearty
app-tite, a delicious fatigue,
.
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quickly banished by a hot bath
Sfor which you will have a new
-espeet). You will have a new
zsL ior the attr.-c ions of the
city. You will fell a great pity
for the jaded characters who
eave not strayed from th? bar
since you left... And, of cou-se,
you will have a good reserve of
conversational ammunition to
last you for many months.
So, starting with the shortest
trips first, here are a few boiled
down suggestions for travel in
Haiti:
BOUTILUERS MOUNTAIN
AND (LE PERCHOIR (Ler
Pershwah) (The Perch)
The most sp-ctacular view ii
Haiti: 2,000 square miles of
Haiti spread oit-'.before you -'
a miracle of color, form, sun-
light and shadow! Port au Prin-
ce lies at your feet (3.000 feet
below) like a giant map. To get
to th's breath-taking, unb.lie-
veable and unforgettable view
ydu ride 10 miles from Port au
Prince, through the pretty little


'own of Petionville, them up a
winding mountain road, borde-
red by flaming giant points-tta
plants. You pass the thatched


:oof habitations of peasants and
arrive in rural Haiti, where life
goes on as it has for centuries
'. li tne ci.y ueiow did not
exist. LE PERCHOIR, modern
oasis on the mountain, offers
the facilities of its restaurant
and night club, its Terrace Bar,
and its branch of La Belle Cre-
ole Gift Shop to make the trip
even mote enjoyable and profi-
fitable. After sundown light
wraps advisable, and genti:men
are asked to wear coats in the
restaurant after 7 p. m. Allow
two hours for this trip plus
time to eat.
CAP HAITIEN AND
'LA CITADELLE
This trip is an experience in
history and geography. It is an
adventure and a pilgrimage
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If you.ihave the time, we re-
commend that you take three
days and go to Cap Haitien by
car. Its about 170 miles and a
minimum of 5 or 6 hours, but
you should take about 8 hours
to enjoy it most. So to one of
Cap Haitien's comfortable ho-
:els. For the night, go to the
Citadelle the next day,, retur-
ning to Port au Prince the third
day. Every mile and every
hour of. this trip will be full of


unforgettable impressions.
If you are pressed for time,
you can fly to the Cape in 45
minutes, and can make the en-
tire pilgrimage in a single day.


JACMEL
If you Want another trip off-
the-beaten track go to Jacmel,
on Haiti's south coast. Jacmel,
once a flourishing town, still
has a considerable export bu-
siness, but is, typical of many


Haitian provincial sea-coast
towns waiting for better days
to come. Jacmel has a flavor
of its own. To get there you
can take the easy way by air,
or the adventurous way by
road, about 60 miles, practical-
ly.every mile of which has.a
river crossing. Near Jacmel is


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one of Haiti's most beautiful
beachEs, Raymond les Bains.
Two hotels there, clean and4 .
comfortable. Plan to stay over-
night at least.
FORET DES PINS
(Pine Forest)
In south-east Haiti, a drive of'
some 60 miles from Port au .
Prince is a beautiful pine forest .
at an elevation of about 7,000 ',
feet. To arrive at this 150,000-'
acre forest, one drives through
the rich sugar cane lands of
the Cul de Sac plain, then
through an arid region of cac-
tus to the edge of Lake Etang
Sumnatre, famous salt lake, in-
fasted with crocodiles, lying, on
the frontier of the Dominican
Republic. There the climb com-
mences to the cool Pine Forest.
This trip will take all day,
returning to your hotel for
cocktails and dinner. Passing
through a number of small Hai-"
ti-an towns and villages, it af-
fords a variety of impressions
of Haitian life and geography. --
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HAITI SUN

THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER

COMMUNITY WEEKLY PUBLISHED SUNDAY MORNING
EDITOR-PUBLISHER BERNARD DIEDERICH
GERANT RESPONSIBLE RONY CHENET FILS
Founded
SEPTEMBER 1950


"Keep Drunks And

Brawls Rareties
O ,~c rIdom sees a drunl:., or ilnes.',;
biawl (frec.-for-all fight) i Haiti, proba-
bly btcumc of thle tenperament of the
people combined with the Sine quality of
Haithn r'U)i wich produces a happy, singing
,oi.d c, .it rlrc ly a desire.c .? fght.
Naturally parsons who have developed a minau-
rois temperament' from a lifetime spent abroad
in -.aqhio'inble. civilisat'ions. where braw liing is
accepted in the daily course .of events, nPay pro
ve exceptions to this general rule. ,
But this past Sunday morning pointed, o.ut the
growth of a thorn in the co-mmuwnity.
A drunk was aZlowed a free hand to create a
dxsttrbancz-ardM even encouraged-instead of beif m
dealt with severely by the -management of the
nightclub he was patronising the owner of
which suffers firn .insomnia and likes to cater
to the wee hour crowd.
0
SThe proprietor of a nightclub should cons:der
it his 'uty to nip any disorder in the bi-d
and not permit it Vo blossom into a Battle Royal.
Ih the early hours of the m o r ? n V
a joke .can became a c h a I I- n g e : i
sbsequently a fight ij the Management and po-
lice do not keep rummy minds in order.
S,. Obstn.ate ,toughs. can be soothed with tact
ant1 uirmness, and if force', has to be used, it
world be better to have a display from police
officers who know what they are doing, than
from drunken amateurs who might maim inno-
cent by-standers. i
Nobody wishes the famed Haitian Sa.t'u-day
night to include -rough house. exhibits, but
behavmiour in one night-club is becoming .so bal
th.l, nIu- boxing is no longer held ,t :;ulf .1li-
gli.'e, fans suggest ; 4Let's go dow t t9 It, Fr-
p'isitwn a?,,-? see the 'ight.


CANADIAN RED CROSS
SENDS ASSISTANCE
The Canadian Red C r c' s
(who havz, donated to Hazel
vic[ims h?rc $10.C000 and ifcod-
stuffs wonh $20000), will thip
the supplies from Halifax De-
c e m b e r 21' a r r i v e
here Deccmber 30. A re-rrEen


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Interested parties that the Ge.
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Embassy, is in a position to fur
nish full information. suaefl as
prices, samples, etc., on the
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PEANUT OIL (for talble and
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Page 16"

"'CARL" Sends Iew Man 7o

Assist In Enlarged Program


Mr Rudolph Adams arriv-
ed last Thursday by PAA clip
per from the New York Office
of Care Foundation, and was
met at Bowen Field by Mr.
Sam Ziskind, Chief of the
care Mi:ion in Ha:t. The
new, arrival who is a graduate
of the City College of New
York will spend three months
here to assist with the new
extensive progrFm undertak-
en by this humanitarian orga-
zation in Haiti.
For the past two months Mr
Zi-'kind has been doing an ex-
colent job, jeeping around
in the wa ke of the
c y c 1 o n e, where he deliver-
ed hundreds -of food packages
to the populations in the strick
en areas. He will- be seconded
by Mr. Adams and the plans
are already under, way for a
mammoth Christmas distribu-
tion of food to the needy.
,Mr Adams was born in St-
Croix, Virgiu lalands, -cc-.iv.
ed his educatiouI in New York


and is coni-ici-eJ among the
best and nm:..-ti expei-1i-d .oi f
the foundatiamn'; wjrk... He
told us [thal he felt quite idt
home amoni hi.- !lio tp.1l c j.-,
generes, and that alIho,.igi i i1
had ex.e.ted to be grfr.ti','
hampered in his wark by h:s
limited knowledge of Fren".h.
has found Lthat almost ever.v
nie here speaks Englich fluent
ly. Mr. Adams is lodge:i chT-
Henri Sendra.l.


FELIX LAVELANET
PASSES AWAY
Port-au-Prince n- .Lii 't I'! i-
loss of on? it st '.. ii *


cHAITI SUNo


*)Illars lasL week, .riLl ihe j?ss
ing of Mr. Felix L.it !Jlne'-.
C'onfinedl to bed 0 '1 ,,
four months with a i..., :. -. ail-
m:nt.- the f:'under a:'.I I,. c-
t'-3r of 3n il'.r jl't it i .aincnivr-
cial firm of ManufacturL:-'
Ag?ni, n .began sinking j't ar
i c-nt (Jinpliations set in.
The end came quietly late
Thursday afternoon. He wa.
59 years of age.


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a:L 4 00 p1:, m .i FL i,'i amniA
a hu-t 3f relatives and friend 'i
\i.h) crowded into the larg-
Basilique de Notre Dame to
pay their last respects.

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Haiti's famous 'homard flarrm-
zne has been enr.husiastically
acclaimed by visiting epicures.
and featured by 'Imperial
Linen.,
But foreigners aren't the only
connoisSeurs of food. Haitians
know where the meat Is done
just tight, where wines are of'a
pcrfEct vintage and flavour to
IL tl,',v their mnood and form the
l'Orfect foil for each delightful
course,
Th it's why' special occasions
are observed at 'Aux C6saquek.-
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his wi
among
Lione
Mrs. I
Raynm
Mrs I


idow. and a large faminuly.
g whom are. Mt. and Mis.
1 La\'.l Net Mr. a;ndl
Paul Logaiin; Mr. and Mrs
end Archer; Mr. and
Edouard Lavelanet; and


SUNDAY DECEMBER 12


Mr and Mrs F6Iix Lavelanet,
Jr.
-Haiti Sun- presents here itg
depest sympathy and COndo.
lences 'to the bereaved fami.


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Famous Broadway Producer Plans
Haitian Show For U. S. Tour


Studying the possibilities of
offering foreoggn shows with
BaIton artists, Producer Geor
ge Campbell and Mr. Edward
Gtoodnow arrived in Port au
prince last Friday. Caimpb'ell
is credited wil-h starting Yma
Sumac on her great career as
Swell as with poptilarising Ja-
panese ballet, Kabuki, and
Bali dancing: A native Detroi-
ticr, who adopted Boston anr'


New York as a ,theatr-ical back-
ground, Campbell, when he
returns for several weeks in
February, hopes to build a
show of 40 Haitions (tNight
in Haiti.) and tour the U.S.
T*re theatrical producers are
slaying at the Oloffson which
they praise highly. Th6, Dejean
Choir was audlitionerl at the
hotel Thursday night.


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FAST FOR
WELCOMING GROUP

Flying in by Delta C&S last
Sunday morning, Harritor D;I1.
lrd, U S track champion got
in too early for the -chaleu-
reux welcome planned by he
American Embassy

Lieutenant Georges Ti Pou.
ce) Elie was luckily un h.triJ
and came to the rescue idr-iv- 0
ing the ace athlete to Hotel
Olviffson where a delegatio'n
from the Ena'bssy and the Bu
reau of Sports finally -caught
up with him. Dillard then \+ist
taken to the City Hall where ua.
graind-scale fete was given by
the members of the Council.
II
The Olympic 100 metre
champion ( 1948 ) g a v e ex-
hibitlons at the Pare St-Louis
meet later in the day. Young
schoolboy star Serre was Dil-
lard's opponent in the exhibi-
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Miss Marie-Edith Orlando
became Mrs. Jean Fourcand
last evening at 6:00 in Sacr2-
OReur Church, Turgeau. The
young couple were led to the
altar by Mrs. Antony Lev-,eque
and Mr Noel FourcancLd.

xxx
Daniel Vital is a year older
today. He'll bamrboche the oc-
casion in his Turgeau villa.

xxx
GLLiane Leger (daughter ot
Ti-George and Joujou) celebrai
ed her birthday .last week wiJLi
a Sunday afternoon patty.


x x x
Christianne Moi avia celebrate
ed her biriliday Tuesday in
,her honme at, Babiole.
X X X *


CHAl'Ti SUN-


Miss Anna Dor exchanges
wedding vows witlh Mr Joseph
de Pradines Tuesday December
28 at St. Anne's.
x xx
Miss Paul-a Mompoint anc
Miss Adeline Charller clipper-
ed to Canada last Friday. Th'
nurses will study on a Hospi-
tal Maisoneuve scholarship.
xxx
Curacao Trading's Christmas"
show winrCow was among he
first to capture that Chris.-
massy atmosphere.

xxx
Mr Donald J Connolly, ma-
yor' of Trenton N. J. arrived in
Por-r Sa iurrl.y', acIompanIeUJ
by horticuJLurist industi iaiit
James Ippolyto. They were.
lodged at Hotel Riviera during
their four-clay stay.


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Gilbert CraaI wavaz Christen-
ed last Sunday with JacquelL.
ne Godefroy and Frederic Bod
chereau as god-parentas.
XXX
Brock Laxrence flew last
weekend to the Gitmno Medical
center taking son Philip for
treatment.
XXX
Patrick de VerteuLil flies
Havanawards by Delta C&S
today for a convention of
Pfeizer's Caribbean Headquar
ters (antibiotics).
xxx
'Haiti's First Secretary to
Buenos Aires, Mr. Frank Paul
cllppered in from Caracas last
week-end, for a few days stop-
over before going on to his
post.

Mr and Mrs Georges A. Mi-
chel started their family ith
a healthy boy last week. He
will be Georges Jr.
x x xK
AlMiss Ghislaine Etienne was
hostess to oine of the season's
gjyest I)namboches. in the
Fernand M.agloire villr at Kens
coff laSt SatLIIrdy night.
x x x


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Mrs Marilyn Heni.mninger of F.iunce. Mr Clement Jumel-
Avon Lake. Ohio is practically Ic-, zippered home Monday
running this large suburb of from representing the Govern
Cleveland. Her friends joking- meant at the Inter American
ly refer to her as .Madama (Confer:nce at Rio dle Janeiro..
Mayor.- She is present: in Mr. Jumelle was accompanied
Haiti on her annual Fall v'aca by his wife.
tion, making this her thiril
visit to the Horace Astlhn at x x x
their Canape Vert home. Mrs
Henmninger is an attractive Sixteen American doctor.,
-celibataire, who has fallen in menibers of the -Indiana Sta-
love wibth the natural beauty ion Aledical Association, ar-
of Haiti, and her letters to rived here Monday. The doc
friends at home read like high tors, accompanied by theii
pressure publicity from The wives are lodged at Hotel Ri-
Bureau of Tourism. viera.
XXX XXX
x xx x xx

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IMr. and Mrs Jean Graffis
held a *bamboche for Bories-
Dillard Wednesday night. The
US Embassy cultural@ attach
and his guests feted the visit-
ing tnrack star 'until long after
the curfew.
Sxxx
Roger Jarman has already
sent an S.05. over from Pana-
ma for Rhum BarbancOurt.
XXx
A surprise party was held
last night at cLe Perchoir. Zor
D)r. Raymond Borno *and his
fianceee Miss Franqoise Sil-
vera.
.xxx
'Director of Bohama Construe
tion Co. and Mrs. Albert Plj-
per. welcomed their children
Thursday to enjoy school holi-
days here. The children are :
Adrianus, .Mrijke, Frans An-
ieke, Albertlna, Gert and Fran-
dina,'


, Roger Villedrouin arrived ho
me from the States Tuesday.

Mrs. Raymond Smith, wife
of Point TVS Director, arrived
tIs week from vacation in the
U.S.. -
xxx
2rs Don Lungwitz and daugh-
ter Bonnie arrived friom the
Faitn in Virglnia to spend
Xmas at Dauphin Plantation.

B ill Talamas 'flew home from
aavana, W&dnesday.
xxx
% Thursday's plane from
Jamaica students F'lrmin Kath
leO.and Merove Zenni, Marie
61d Jeapnlne Powell a n d
a-r i e Cardozo, flew in to
Spend the Christmas holidays
"1n fami.ie..

xx
Ajexandra Verna was one
lea'old Thursday. Big sister
,t-hefle Put off celebrations
w Years.



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Carlos Pere'ira is back, arri-
v'ng Thursday from Miami
where he attended the Propel-
let Company Convention.
xxx
F..tz Oriol arnd Alphonse De-
stdmIo arrived Wednesday on
Malquetia Clipper.
Xxx
Henrietta Brackman vacatio-
ning here at Oloffson, is gather
ing material for photo-stories.
Xxx
Gerard Bourjolly of Citadelle
Tours lost a tooth, and bit his
lip when his Chewvvy kissed
'the almond tree on the Carre-
four Road, Wednesday, as he
swerved to avoid a. pedestrian.
xxx
Monique and Edith Chauvet.
two of Haiti's most brilliant.
young dress designers, held a
fashion show at Hotel Riviera,
last Sunday night modeling
creations of their own.
A large and stilngulshcd at-
tendance applauded the wide
assortment of beautifully work
ed dresses, and the grace with
which they were modeled. The
delighted spectators exclaim-
ed that this was an revolution
du pays*.
XXX
Mrs Otto Madsen's fete is
today.
XXX
News has just been received
that Dr. Daniel Russell Point
IVS Community Development
Specialist who was injured
aboard a ship while distribu-
ting food a week ago has been
sent on from Guanltanamo Bay
where he was undergoing trea-
tment for an operation in the
US. He Is at present Interned
in the U.S. Naval Hospital a't
Bethseda, Maryland.



SMr. and Mrs. Louis Wankum
of Plantation Dauphin are off
'to the States for a month's va-
cation.
xxX
Mrs, Rene Jeamny, wife of the
Haitian Ambassador to Paris,
's expected In Port-au-Prince
on December 20th to spend a
month visiting with her daugn-
ter, Mrs. Pierre Roy.


SUN.


F -


Red Cross President and Mrs


Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Moise
had as house guest this we.:k
their cousin Etlincund Lect.-
horn from the Doinic.min Re-
pLublic.. The 'ocatis i called! fcr
a visit from Cai'los Lasclhotin.
Mrs ,Moise's father who jeeped
in from his post at P.atitation
Dauphin to v.'c. m? iin '.i fep
hew and Wv,". witn hi childr..nii.
'Mrs. Moise is a v:i ',Lil iiiemtnl?-r
of the sec eoa i;. corps ?t
SC ISP.
xxx
Rony May, Head Comptroller
of the Esso Havana Office?
spent two days visiting with
company officials in P- au-Pce.
flying back to his post on -Fr.
day.
mX33


Mr. Edward J. Sparks, form-
er Charge d'Affaires for 'the Vashden I
US here, has been promoted school in
to ,auxilliary Secretary for In Pa with Y
ter American Affairs. In The orien-tale.
US State Department.


xzx
Fonds des Blancs Institui:i
ce Miss Clelie Dujour wvill'
wed Mr. Marc Aurele Cassa-
gnol in.January.
xxx
Gladys Beriony is 2 years
old tomorrow.

xxx
Gardener Denvers's B i l I
Black on his tirst inspection
trip here this week visited Rey
nolds' Mines and the Peligre
dam site accompanied by dis-
tributor Jaoques- Martin, mana
ger of SONACO. -He was im-
pressed with the work under-
way especially at the danm.
Mr. Black lefL yesterday to
check progress of cutting away
the hill that blocked the Pa-
nama Canal until recently.
XXX


Dadlaini is oier from
Kingston to help out
Xmas rush at Maison


i xXX
Tabbish Liberian Secretary


Hernandez is recovering from
an accident his green Cam-
5ridge Dodge hit a police wag-
gon on the Exposition -
Xxx


Last night, a Mammoth Fete
de Charite for the benefit of
the Furcy Dispensary was
' dcien. The success of the affair
was assured by a Committee
of ladies, including Mrs Paul
Magloire, Mrs Marcaisse Pros-
per, Mrs. Frantz Brandt, Mrs.
Clifford Brandt, Mrs. Reginald
Peters, Mrs Caprio, Mrs Fran-
cis Etienneo Mrs Alcifidor,
Mrs Gerda Siegel MahIiman,
and Mrs Bessieres Oriol'
3XXX
*VicLampson was on a busi-
ness-cumn-health trip to Miami
last week.


During the Christian Dior preintatio-n at E'l Ranwcho Hotel
on Tuesday -night, MAladame Vincenzo Carugati was among
the,elegantly gouwned group of spectators vshow-n. seated wiith
MAliss Pace. Mrs. Sicard and Mrs Melda. and Andre Galliano,
Greco vnd Bombace l Mrs. Carugati, wife of Casino Interna-
tiona.'s -Director, wore a gorgeous (lark red gow.n (ro-'.ge gre-
nqt). richly worked in authentic 'oilId-famed Tripol. cmbroid
cry. TIL gouon it'a.s purchased forty years ago. and has attract
ed much attention at fashionabler r-ecCptio-ns on the Continent.
Xxx


Voodoo scholar Phllippe Ster-
ling will autograph the second
i ,lchand-fnade, volume of rVoo-
T si 8doG Vevesp December 22.
The presentation of the book

Tamous since 4862-w i } be -made by SeL etqry of
-__s State Roger Dors'mville.


The Gaston Turniers
nee Ghislaine Woolley)
named their daughter,
November 22, Rachel.
XX x


iMmie -
have,
born,


Now a full-fledged grand
pere., Georges Polley wi'
be keeping a fond eye turned
toward Por'o Rico where the
Hugh Minor .family has been
recently .augmentee, by the
birth of a little' package of
beauty and' charm called *Les-
lye Karen.. Mr. Polley slipped
a'ay over the Thanksgiving
week-end to join wife Ruth
who was spending a month with
Cynthia and Hugh'in anticipa-
tion of the stork's visit, The
pipe seems to have grown a lit-
tle longer, as the proud grand-
father is smoking at a special
angle.

Mr. and Mrs Jean Pinchinat
'are the proud parents of a ma-
le heir, christened -Serge., who
made his appearance on De-
cember 6th. Young mother Ma-
rie-Lucie .(nee Vaugues and
new son are doing nicely.
XXX
A baby girl was delivered
by the stork to Mr and Mrs.
Nessim Mourra, Madame nee
Raymonde Sol age, on Decem-
ber 4th.
xxX

A second youngster was add-
ed to the Fdouard E s p e r
household on Saturday, Deoem
her 4th when Mrs. Esper, the
former Ginette Buteau, present
ed hubby with an 8-1 lb. boy.
Their first, 4.yearold YaTmIle.
pronounces the name of brot-
her Gaylord with an excellent
accent.


L.


Louis Roy returned by air to
the Capital Friday after port
cadling around the stricken
Southwest area in the Coast
guard bdat aVertieres.: Pen ,_i-
nutes alter their return LDr. Roy
addlresc-d the Junior Red Cross
Rally at Theatre de Verdure.
Xxx
PAA Director David Gossett
is Miami bound today for a
week-long consultation with
Head office.



Abe and Sylvia Ash returned
to Handkerchief nmanufactur-
ing in Brooklyn, Wed. after a
memorable honeymoon in Port
with the Ohaloms and Hararys.


Page 13

Max Elie is back to manage-
jnent. of Hotel Cboucoune after
vacationing in the States.
x-vx
Tuesday was the biYthday
anniversary of Rudolph Adams,
Care's new Assistant in Haiti.
He says it calls for a week's
celebratifig to get acquainted.

Solange Maglio Is recuperat
ing from head and face injuries
received when the car in which
she was riding crashed into a
Lalue lamp-post. Brother Ge-
rardcl who, was at the heel
also reaped cuts and bruises
but his injuries are less serious
than Solange's.
Cheerful news was given the
family when the Doc. announc-
ed no scars wil, remain to
mar Solonge's pretty face, and
she may be sufficiently recov-
ered to leave St. Francois de
Salles today.







Page 14


Corner-Stone Schweitzer Hospital

Laid By Founder Larrimer Mellon


-S(Conlinued Jrou ,pgje 1)

G o v e r n I L 11 t). In ad-
dition. tiaineu nurea and doc-
.tors will he provided for the
institutlonl, with an increasing
number of Haitian peroonel, as
local students will be sent
away to study on scholarships
(also financed by Dr. Me'lon)
reLurning to work there.
Dr., Mellon, who left the
board of directors of the Mel-
lon National Bank to specia.


lise .in medicine, will give Lth
hospital the benefit of his own
medical knowledge and expe-
rienc. Mrs. Mellon, also a qua


lified medical technician, will
partner her husband In th2 di
reaction of the hospital.
In Ws short, simple dedica-
tion address, the". American
philanthropist said that it was
his hope to live to see Hopi-
tal Albert Schweitzer owned
and operated effecienLly by
persons of Haitian nationality
on a sound financial basis-.
But he added that wiithoutL
.doctors, n-urses, technicians
and taf-f consecrated to the
service of humanity, 'this hos-
pital will fall short of its ex-
pectationss.
Dr -Mellon described the
three aims of the institution as I
being : I) medical service to
the community of Deschapel-
les and Its vicinity; 2) invit-
ing rocngnized medical autho-
rities ,to visit Haiti, and encou
raging Haitian doctors and qua
li'fied students to attend de-
monstrations of operative tech
niques and Join in discussion
groups; 3) the hospital staff
must seek to foster interest



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REPLACES cTROIS PAS. I

(Replacing Lieutenant' aTrois
Pas Jerome who died recently
Timoldon Gullm6 (The Good
SamQaritan.i has ,. been chu-en
to supervise .the Stadium Ma-
glloire, according to rumours
-now circulating in the capital.


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and a sense Cf responsiIbilbty
in members of the comauniity
- especially among young peo
pie- for solving public health
problems.
His speech (delivered in ex.
cellent French acquired during
studies in Paris) also emphas.
ised -the importance of .ethics'
in the direction of the hospi-
ta l.
.,Besides buildings. men, and
women,, Dr. Mellon s:i.J *ho.
pitals require food and mE iJici


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ties which make up etLhicsi.
To this task my wife and I
humbly dedicate ,tii'-l',es.O



CHRISTMAS CHEER
FOR SUNSHINE HOME
Upon the initiative of CARE
Found'ti:In'.- Chief of Mission,
Mr. S&rm Zi.kin:l. .a group of
huInimizari.niin \\,:rkers met on
Friday evening and org'-nized
thernmelv'e; into a Coni-mittee
for the purpose of bringing rlie
joy of Chrismas to the little
orphans of Miss Doris Burke's
Sun-hine Home.
The meeting was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard
Flls-Aim6. at Petion-Ville. Plans
for a Christmas Party on Fri-


that can rling tiL- spirit of
Christmas to the Su-some-ocdd
kiddies about \v.hom Miss Do-
ris. throw< her frail ai:rm of
protection %kith th? fiei-cene.-.s
of a lonee; There wi.il be an
.arbre de Ncele., gifts and toy-
plenty of ice cream and cake,
and candy, a fihn and gan-mes.
Mr. Zisjkind ,ta'ed ththt li; idea
of a real Christmas for any child


CHATELET


'.f

SUNDAYY DECEMBER 12 "

is a full stomach with a toy..-!
his hand.- The children
receive gifts of clothing also.
A.mnn those present at tIhe
meeting were: Mrs. Rolande
PhelIts-Delanchear, Mrs. Stan.
ley Baranson, Mrs. Marie.wal.
Unguord, Mrs. RossignoL Mrs.
Christian Laporte, Mr. R
Adam., of Care, and Mr. Zis.
kind.


DES FLEURS


Takes. Great Pleasure in Announcing that
its fresh, newly cut flowers of long life
, and unsurpassed quality
will now bihe sold at the Flowershop of

Mmine. Alice Villard
No. 78 Turgeau, Telephone 5523


ne administered with in-ight civ. December 21th. were ma- When you buy Haitian flowers you give employment
and love in fact all the lquadli- de. and will include everything to Haitians and revenue to Haitian merchants




un, depart ne m llu
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es b afte es ATLAS TID depassent routes lestsped-
lications requises dabs les meilleures batteries. -Puissantes
i e't durables, elles mettent une voiture en march avec la
vitesse d'un eclair. En obtre, elles ont en reserve une
grande puissance pour ravitailler en energie tous les ac-
cessoires electriques des voitures msnodemrnes. Ne cherchez
pas plus loint! Atlas HD... c'est vote prochaha
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rs pout ATLAS "Grip Safe" sont plns soTweii--&eR v'
0 plus longtemps. Leurs rainures "agrippent" avec surete, et'
leur surface anti-aerappante fourrmit une protection ab-J
S solue, peu imported le temps ou la route.
Visitez vote Vendeur ESSO et demandez lui de veils
montrer los pneus ATLAS... il n'y en a pas de meilleurs. I
Et, en achetant votre prochain jeu de pneus, demanded.
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NDAY DECEMBER 12
-FAREWELL
TO ,BLACKOUTS,
(conrtineud from pagm 1)
ley replied that he cou!d
ILi be too.sure untitlt- te ,tO
iiLi rece.nrly brought *o','n
l0n ,the US. are usa.i..'a-.
BI he added that he aho
pet to be able to colitlue-
lhbou. further ra.;,,i,,ig as


a


4 "HAITI SUN.m


HOL.UBECK GOES
Mr aid Mrs. J. Holubek Jr.
returned to Port au Prince ,es
terdav j:Ater concluding a spell


ti's eminent scholar Dantes
Bellegamde on the LIN comin'is
-1icn to ,i vestUgate racial dris-
cri'innution in SouLh Afrca


,.i_ superintendent of construe- some ,EiLIs ,ago.


tioi c.." the nUning camp at Mi-


racune. He leaves for the U. M l
S. on the 17th. T O* IA L
TEA1VI FROM PARAGUAY _
TO MEET NATIONAL XI .1
(cotiieud from paiqeIw l I ITXl"


amnring Latin Amernicas best.
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and 10 Libertacl players made


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BAUXITE MINING .1 .
Continued from Page I

Lice said he could put it safely
tihe inillionss.
On a visit to, Miragoane this
ast week accompanied by
'0mpany Lawyer Georges Le-
r, fils, he remarked that the


the Para'guay selection for the
World Cup Com)petition this
yea r.

HAITIAN DELEGATES
FETED AT MONTEVIDEO

Membes of thile Haitian dele
gtyion tu t[ie UNSECO conle-
rtneee in Montevideo we:e
guests of honour last week at
a suml)tuous banquet given by


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A bullet sent to j.ovow him down
I 'A hWm behind the left ear,
,an h; died in hospital 9:30
i i Tuesdat, without regain-
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.Pierre Assad was-. summoInedi
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His last opening--a J '" fti-t i 'Pa jro'l Ou ) c Ii 3 3 '1 t I ,o/c..
in-rh ,wall. made on his firs visit to -Pierre Assad's. oShut
dewr, by detectitez, the youvg bwrglor collapsed o t,,or
rubble of this tunnel. --ft, chisel.


BURGLAR'S SISTER "
cp0ei.-. Pi. o1
the wel between the Lc'e'.-
ing buildings.
t the previous visit, r'ie
*thief -had no, trouble opening
the safe as the keys were lef
in a drawer, but this time lie
had to rely on his hammer and


Chisel marks on the b.ick?
-i ih'- -aife attest to its tougir-
ness, and a detective recalls
seeing the robber light a cir-
rette and check the time on ii
wricl-w.-watch.
Hearing the stirring of his
watchers, Pierre-Louis leapt
for z -mjll w,,.er p'pe and tried
to climb out of the sr-:er-wa!l.


ON GONAIVES CITE p Poje Rboteau by atlit
(Contin.rd Jfrom Page 7.) girl from La Saline ",ho got
paternal Presid r',ai embraci
workmen city at Raboteatt. in exchange.
A crowd L.,ilmnated at iUU.J His Excellency w,.s guest
was on hand to cheer the honour Wednesday afterab.
Chief of S-:te aL a reception in th6 pie.
The Di: .:tur uf the NJiur..,l Paret household, after 2 t
Lottery. in I;s iniaugurzm i -.h ning cocktail at '.he Clau
deciced L!-: h .. nmi;te th Forbins, and lunch with Co(1
-Loterie de l'Etat H a i t i e n nelr Germain Ducheine.
v as honour-- I that it %a.- i' FATHER GRIFFIN T-EAVE
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on a moreI s.':. .':,d l:..ilJlL to which the fathers of thl
bases. Pz'it Seminaire Collge t
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