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Haiti sun ( October 29, 1950 )

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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   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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:
AA00015023:00321

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SCOTCH WHISKY


*THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
VOLUME V_ Port-au-Prince REPLIBUOiLTE DHAITI- TelT 2061


NEWSPAPER
SUNiAY JANUARY 2 954


New Year


To


Ni


You- All


A tiny cripple hesitates awhile before eagerly reaching for the gift Santa Claus
brought her during her Christmas Party given at the new .Sunshine Home. orphanage
by ;hild-lovers.


Telephone System Due Overhaul

By General Electric Engineers


The telephone system of Port
au Prince is due for a complete
Overhaul, early this year, by Ge
flera'l Electric ',-f London enci-
nleers.


Two EBirrh engincels will ar-
rivL-hue Wedins6iy to be;ii
- Study or i he l jtujf :t i i :'cc :in
dance with a contract signed ie
gently between the Hait'ijn Go.
verment and the comp':n,.
-these S'pcialis wi l eplac:,(e ci.
'Ieas and inst-all underground


ou.omunikcations where necessa.
ry.

5 CALLS OVER
CHRISTMAS
FOR FIREMEN

Twelx e hui 'le.'were de-troyvd
in a; Christma.- Day fire on Rue
Americainie. the last in a series
of five summons for 'the fire-
In en.
Thirty persons were left ho-
,nelss but no injuries were re-
pored.


This .ye. rs *Sur.4'hine Home
Chrisutas Party. effort orig..
uated wheai the Chief of Mis
sion of Car- lF-oundation walk
ed int the offices of the Haiti
Sun and declared : -I've just
come from Miss Doris' orphana
ge at Petion-Vi.le. Could we get
a group o; ladies together I'd
like to see a Christmanas PaiAy
through for those poor kids. I
can dispose of a Hundred Dol-
lars. Perhaps that would fill a


present National Budget coulJ
be netted from Haiti's Tourist
Trade, if .an integrated sales
and promotion programmer we
re set uml according to Irwin
Robinson, the man who han'Ilcs
Public Relations affairs for the
New York branch of the Bureau
du Touirisme.
Claiming -a modest 10 per
cent chunk of (the $140.000000
spent annually by tourists :.o the
Caribean), Haiti could expect a
tourism' dollar flow of $14.000.000
a year' Mr. Robinson told the

HOTEL SIMBIE
NOW OPEN


.htlle smtmaob and plac-e a toy
in each hltule hand in an at-
ti-.n,.-i to give -the ilJusisn of-
,happine:ss fcr that icn--e d',ny.n
The r.o0liboll \vas tossed.
Sc6 n afLteiwaris a com-miltee
vwa.r ong'aLijed comnpo bd of :
IMirs Gerard FUs-,imn, Mrs Stan
ley Ba.lanson. Mrs Marie WaIl-
ingfcrJ, Mrs V. R.ossignol, M?
Rolacnde .PIe;ps-D'elmanchear, Mrs
Aggie Vincent, Mrs Ciristam
Continued on Page 14


nal de Coimrerce at their weekly
hvi,.-ra ,luncheon Wednesday
December 22 and he added -the
cost of proimoting the neceessa-
ry .pulblicity would be only about
1 1/2% of an-ticipated sales -
S210.000 a year.
Buit, the veteran travel deve-
Jcpmnent ofT-cial continued, the
only way to start reaping the.
pr.:fljrt is t ) sow the first inves.
Continued oa Page 3


,Happy


Pendihn a ,hrin IJe reception, .W'tin
next month, Haiti's nev. ril- .$ 9.r .,
jon-dollr hotel was opened,
quietly Monday. The 'erv firit .q., ,
gue..ttr at the Simbie Palace. ""__ _ ._-_ n,
Hotel are old friend-- of this
country: Jack Long travel Lovely bride Franqoise Silvera and her handsome groom wed at the St-Pierre Cathe-
editor of the Axnerican Magazine dral Derember 18. Pictured with Colonel and Mrs Roy -brides mother- at El
- and his charming wife. Rarcho reception.


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WIFE OF CAPTAIN
SHOT-CONDITION
CRITICAL
Mrs. Roger Rameeu (wife of
Capt. Raimneau), was ruL-hed to
the hospital on Christmas Day
after she was shot a(ccidentally
-Le Nouvelliste, reports.
Her condition is considered
serious.

FRANCOISE SILVEBA
BRIDE OF Dr.
RAYMOND BORN
In one of the year's most im-
pressive ceremonies, Miss Fran
coise SlJvera became 'the bride
of Dr. Raymond Borno in St-
Pierre's Cathedra.l, Pe'tionrvillle
Saturday December 18 at 6:30
p. nm.
Following a sumptuous .reeep
tion celebrating the signing of
the Civil contract at Hotel El
Rancho, the religious ceremo-
ny was attended by over 1000
guests.
The church, decorated by .Ta-
bou formed a beautiful floral
background 4o the bride wio loo-
ked de]icieuse in a Camille-reat
ed gowvn of white Chantilly lace
imported from France. A short
vedi and coiffure of lace a n d
tulle were arranged by Macda-
Continued on Page 16


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SUNSHINE HOME TOTS MOVED

FROM HAITI'S (BLACK HOLE,
*l.hen you pour the spirit of charity into the simplest act,
that act cannot end with you; it goec on and on, touching lives
of which yqu may k'ow nLothing.'


Haiti Can Net $14.occxoo Annually

From Tourist Trade Publicist Says
An income equal Lto half our member, cvf lthe Club Internntio-


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Page 2 HAITI SUN'
|pii. rage jio, sN

SUnsavory Abattoir Conditions


SDisappear With Old Year
The d!Atys of! the lean, Sc'rub-
.... .~t',..,..,.,.......'. ,. 10 n i u u i 1 1 ", -- ',.* f i


,, 'led brqed of cattle are nuamber-
e, as kiar as Hait is concerned: -
A' s tastas they can be flown in
!'....bwe strains bo sinloin-lrodxUbcilng
't eef". cattle are being introduced
.. it. o tone down the muscle and .
sine.; wC and add table-worthiy
beef to our -stock.
'A'.*'" -:
.: Wiatih.te niew abceulfsj, new
I.dea, on battle raising are biting
AI tn mu ght eo, and our agronousit,
7reZ' l ypastng on scientific A
."-"kno*A ad uuat.Ly ines the
ca ,, ot a.t imxi\e. sites. .
Sanimal mae ,piowr es Rv e A SIGHT FAST DISAPPEARING from the reformed e eabalffir. iloj Widh Me
's' .e ,..A. d s :
nd".. e M ... W,.:. .. I . .. ... ... V.
iii'.:,"/''. C AIn~t .1: altilhorities ..
'! I',."haved instit "i rd&Jn drive 'Sight Usedha to L..a com. pools of b 1 o o d no longer.
si tai. an extensive .cleanAu of mionp-ace in the h.ajlcenta:y- oalk the cA acks in the cement
I.bblble slaughter house* a.Qd its old Hyppdoite-construoted -&bat floor of the iroh-frame build- t
:Ierye.' ia'vmtl removal to a sitelnr the tc Cr. now ar6 'fast becoming ing, as x\dtih the irA-Lrc',uction :-nf 't
L:",..l..i..igg disricts. things of bhe past. Coagulating hoses and' .runninLg wat er the but E
', ,chers can give the building a C
brisk spray in between the fi-'
yor simty killings that make *'i
-.... -.>. .,' up a morning's work. 'In days 0
',.- otf more easyto-ng nga- 'f



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i. U CC A to the drovers and thir candidates for huitblitilt. *6f 'lialf-csht6ty-old
.ahqt o:r is the end of a 'long,journey. Plans .ri unidto*h to ibovb te building
t ei outlying district. -
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;,Cal

I a connection with
/light at New Oriec
NEW- ORLEANS,
Phone: 3313
.,.'A4 : ,, a'; ,S,.

k -'"7"A : . ,,
,mu , .A B'T: ,. t IT til .ttl. tiii, .fs ,-.igrus tsto
slaughter"-houset .i U.

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SUNDAY JANUARYZ'd
nenr, there was a faithful exist -on 'the food affordecF


crowd of admirers gazing oa.
who ri-valed the iues Swooping
down on',vhe, poled cow before
the short, tapering knife of the
butcher c.iuJd be bomjpletely
withdrawn from the base of the
animal's skull. As the heavy-
musolec man stooped, sweating,
to slit the t.hrzat the speed'est
could get in hig tin-can in l.i:,2
to collect 'the blood.
Bat even in the odd days sa-
nmtaition was not disregarded
and, if the appearance of the
"abaitoir may have led to the
belief that the beef was not
."
from healthy cows, a look at the
rigorous inspection to which ail
candidates for T-bone steakes
vere subjected by the vets
ould have been reassuring.

And the method 'by which
hese cow-s are led to the siaugh
er is in itself 'a -t.st of health.
Droe-r .flaog the sturdy !.easiu
m-er tW%. hundred- miles and
nore of rugged terrain, sl!eD-.
ng by the rad urnder th? shade
f a mango tree during the day,
onging oh. at night. The' cattic


.'.* r.' '" .


Sthe land through 'w.ihh tth
pass, and their wae.-r supply
drawn from huge drums porl'
e on theif bacis. .,

On arrival at the s.laught
house they were herded, idnito
pen and there auctioned o.f
meat buyers who payed the.,
n-dinal aabatoi.r- fee tQ,.ai"
their purchases killed (aft
more than three tries el tih,
I
.W"1
tibral columin'i, skinned,
into sections, and hung ,
the rco'f in a matter of minutes
Staked into the veteran, sl
"'* sir
teahouse -an.' where the I
are restrained by mes&,4
windows, the beef was th'de
livered to meat markets ia
.charcuteries.. **..,.


.The meat-markets a-loa,'gi
fliecting the new-look in "
beef oirdsu. Eviden.ci,,of'this
provided, by the Oso B]aniri
which receifiit'ly opened .strealei
ned doors on Rue Gedfifrd, h-
le the Charcuterie de Chamiiie
de Mars nmainta.ins its 'high
standard. '


A.AA
No vity i the world is
rb eiorexhlhrati
iA rijht now is thel t


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SUNDAY JANUARY 2

Haiti Can Net 14.0ooo.ooo

Yearly Tourist Income
Continued from ePage I "The p r og r a m I


tnent, and the necessary C
is a lot more than just a
for the amount need





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*HAITI SUN.

,r expanded buying by to see the big Winter Resort 7uc-


I envisage


would., Mr. Robinson said In
capital addition to the funds necessary
chec- tc the job call for :
ed. 1) Ebxpanded sales and mer-
chandisng.
100 2.) Creation of a hard hitting
S promotion organization,' intimate
It acquinated with travel and state
fed with the best people availta-
Stable .(The speaker then cited
STourism DIrector Pierrme Chau-
\ vet as- an example of the cima-
S ginative, energetic*, type needed
for the organization)::.:

.) .Conditions mi. H1ai tha,
.%q'wu ena&1le your1 inof'Arty W CSE

S in.- a "dition to:ouei and
S gigtseeing aeilits, I have in
m ;nind the handicap under which
.your merchants operate when
They try to compete for tourist
shopping doUlars. Frankly, Ja
-W'" mnaca's -In Bond Shops,. St
- ^ i Thomna's Free Port and Cura
.. cao's and Panama's lowdu'.v
structure act as a brake on x.
pended' volume. If tCustoms


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tourists, isn't it possible that a
National policy is running coun-
ter to the good deeds Haiti ,is try
ing to perform by encouraging
tourism ?
clsnn't it possible that in the
lopg run lowered duties on cer-
tag types' of merchandise might
actually increase revenue by sti-
nuidaiLng-vastly greater buying?v

PROMOTION JOB
SMr. Robinson's speech to thf
Comerce CLub was intended to
describe ,our relationship {i.e.
the relationship of Travel iDeve-
lopmen.t Corporation, New Ycrr_
of which he is Presldent) t. Hai
ti in general and to the NuLinal
i Tourist Office in particula-..
The Tourist Office and his
L firm have a ,contractual agree-
, menit to serve a public relations
Sand general counsel, which en-.
a tails keeping a finger on tha
, pulse of travel trade in the
. United States, publicising Haili
in newspapers, -nmagazines and
. through radio and television.
Giving examples of the 'e
- of work his firm has done, Mr.
) Robinson said: .If you happened


For

BUY
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Complete Satisfaction


FROM


The Tourist fnd


MEMBERS OF


Gift shop Association


Aux cent mille Art
Carlos
Caribcraff
Champagne's
Geo Deslandes
Haitian Gift Shop
Jacquelline
Jeanne's
La Perle des Antilli
La Belle Creole
Le Percheir


ides : Gifts of all kinds Maison Orieniale .,-. : French Perat
Haitian handicraft. French Perfumes Ounga Dol ;' Dress
: Mahogany sisal Uuvroir Naional : Embroidery-
Perfumes Mahogany axim'S Handicraft -
Mahogany IMahogany-
Mahogany Factory Menhlerg Bros. Embroidered
: Mahogany Handicraft Samba Haiti's fines
: Embroidered dresse souvenirs Rhum Barbancouri S isal. &Maho
Dresses Seouvenirs Si La Shop : Dresses -
p erfumes Sisal, shoes, bags EMBROIDERY SHOP
STourist shopping center Tam Tam : Mahogany -

: Shop in the Mountains ..The Souvenir Shop : Perfumes -

1. One Price Policy -

2. Prices plainly marked on each item

3. Fully itemized sales slip given without request

Rhum Barbancourt available at these shops
-


tion of the New York Times a
i
,weee ago Sunday, you may hav a
noted a dominant picture of
Haiti on one of its pages; and
from time to time throughout
the-year the Times as well as ma
3on and' smaller newspapers Irom
coast o coast devoe stories and
pictures to Haitian tourism In
the next Issue of LOOK magazi-
ne, you will find a fine tl.ie--
page picture story called iCanrib-
bean Cruise,. Haiti is the featu-
re's stop over point The' Novem
ber issue of American Magazine
carried a splendid acorount of
what the tourist will find here..
Haiti is well represented In the
North American Press..
TOULt-IS DOtLkL'
.The importance of tLurist
dollars to any National econ.wmy
is a subject so webl-known that
1 will not dwell on it :,ere
the speaker said oyou have seen
Sits effectiveness over the years
and I have had an oppo.'tuniLty
to observe at dose range how
the flow of tourist dollars adds
rich red blood to national Lco-
Snomies.
I Mr. Robinson cited Great Bri-


Laln as an example of a national
economy which had found .tou-
rism a boon to its blood--reamn.
.Dollar starved after the close
of World War L he said, the
Bristish for the first time went
out frankly and aggressively to
get tourist business. As public
relations director for the Bri.
tish Travel Association, I saw
tourism rise to the top spot
among its dollar producers. As
an IhvisibIhle export tourism rose
steadily between 1946 and 1945, .
and since -then has beconiae the
Number One source of dollars
for the'cn.untry (outstripping)
such traditional Brfitih exports
as textiles, whiskies etd.,

B"t. A. gb4Lnson added. wigi.
le msirte.ssmen recognize ; tb
'value.of this income, nhey tend
to ovenrlook.the a1 tLat....tou
rism has to be cahried out just
'like any other business with the
same rules and principles.
tFor example. ,he said. often
they do not realize that the tra.
vel business rests on the same
sales, marohandising and distri.
J
bution structure as other in-ius.
(Continued on Page 15)


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uies Olental novelties
Souvenirs
- Handicraft
- Tortois e shell
* Sisal & stravipods
dresses
trump
egany goods
Haitian handicraft
- Souvenirs
- Jewelry





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- InHead-

-- AuPas ,,Escapes Bullet In!Head
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3.Goodrieh Al Drw I Will

IF \Si^-,f(I Downtown Port-auiPrince wit-
rn messed the downfall and he
near execution of Au Pas' on
,Monday evening. The eccentric

char-acter dresses as Faust in
black-reacts like an irritable
eagle whenever accosted by La
S/ Police his laige forehead ta -
S' es on angry lines, his nose
curves downwards in the shape
Jf a worn boak and his long
emaciated body brstles with
indignation. ,Au Pas, knows no
er.








BOU~ff. & Cm '
At exactly 5:00 pmn. Monday



N "Y g. CAR Belle Creole No. 3 store, with. a
Isholmnifoamed policemen at his
S' throat, landing in a hea.p on the
WILLIAMFINAH, J road way.The lencaman gained
7.401A di unats*Fsrts, lort-au.Pdnca
JEAN BOURp;II, I I r the vantage o1 landing on top
Aux Ciilf -"- "
A. SUiO,;* SUCCmAnp Pas, buthe was forced

imeIb-r"UP l0r strength to relin-
AlPHONSE.AIE.., q.uish his strangge hold.
111111.101121) & Co.
RIAYMOND LAIIOCHE
RAYMONiD LAROCE- when the gendarme finally
managed to dra,'v his service





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.38., rhe crowd howled %Non' non
A1 est un fou>. (No, he's only a
crazy man). The Rue Roux LookA
on a wild west aspect.l The n-
it prudent scurried for shelter,
and the good citizens who ope-
rate the shops opposite came
forwvrd staunchly andi endea-
vored to separate them and
calm *.he law officer, pleading
with him to put away his gun.
Tourists off the cruise ship -Nas
sau. stood-by petrifiecLd. The Po-
licenmn, having overpowered
*Au Pas, holstered his gun and
levied a series of vicious kicks
at his head. With the gun secu-
rely resting in the holster, the
public swarmed around the hat-
less, now pacified gendarme.
Ereathing heavily, he was on the
point of .'listening to reason
when "Au Pass struggled *to re-
tain his nmachette and two large
pieces of black painted wood
from a citizen who had seized
them: This enraged the gender
me, and with reinforcements,
(a detective) he tore from the
grasp of the black-garbed excen
tried an old tin fondly lashed
together with a dozen different
lIittle pieces of coloured cloth.
Dealing a steady flow of head
purches he marched the now
disabled .fou. down the Rue
Magasin de l'Btat to the nearby
Police Post.
Joseph, a vagabond car-wash-
er who has mended his ways,
picked up Anu Pas'- old black


SUNDAY JANUARY 2


Me moot
fto/ea/ar aA4


14uic -~


Let the/Insurance Company do. tChe worrying- See Immediat-
ly : 'NORWICH UNION. Insurance Co. Joseph Nadal and
,Co. Agents. Tel.: 3486


" FLY KIM TO -


PARIS "
Low Thrift Season fares now in effect
De Luxe flights with SleepAir accommodations
Economical Tourist Class service
Fourth flights per week from the Caribbean
For full infomallon e.s ,
S.AE. & G. MARTIN IMP. & EXP.
CO. Tel. 2352i Southerland Tours. _
S Tel. 3591/7378; Henx Tours., Tel.
J 34931 Magic Island Tour., Tel. 2078.
Jk WORLD'S FIRST AIRLINE JA


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I fet hatpfrom the gutter and .
summed up the battle with the
_ exclamation that 'Au Pas c&est
dij' tuin habitant de Pont Beu-
det.. (he Is already an inmate WSJCrAK GRANT & lONE LID DITILLEM iCOTLA,
of Port au Thince -1meaneAy
of Po am P-ilce-n e Asy- Distributors : Halt! Trading Co. Chamber of Commerce
.lum ,.o.ted' in the ul-de-Sac. Bldg. Cite de I'Exposition Phone : 2069


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/, .. roomy, two-door sedan with years ahead styling. Go automat-" ...
with full-time powbr steering, brakes, windonm.and seats.
SHere's The glret-tarnews of Wi yearl ifever Bi-teVte nave
, J ,oY.I had so' much choice in a car . 4 brilliant Ford ,orevi !
" 16 u:;ferent models! A rainbow of colors! And in
Sj every model'tne exciting performance of Foro's ail new
S#IJ-SANT ACTION POWER. .. new, higher horwepobwer!
SEE YOUR DEALER L-UCIANI BE MANN & Co
' SEE YOUR DEALER --L UCIANI DEHENANI &" Co


Plain). Fearless cAu Pass with his..
As an eye witness sutmnmed up unbalanced mind has b e e n
the brawl : -It was a pitiful known, on several former occa-
sight, and a shame, as the Po- signs, to have come close to
l'ice are doing a commendable death by his brazen back-talk .
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job of clearing 'the streets of and assaulting of ipoAllcemen.
these undesirables %%who constant Observers feel -his pitiful
ly pester tourists, but this dis- brawl couJd have been avoided
play of unconsmroldablJe temper if the gendarme had been equiopp
Son the part of the gendarme ed with a pair of handcuffs an4
raised tourists' as well as public had been experienced in their;
indignation and. the five bu;- use as he had obviously forgot-.
lets in the gun could have ac- ten the an-rach abouton. tech4
counted for five innocent lives. nique.




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SUNDAY JANUARY 2

Christmas Cards of Fort Nativity

Sent Round The World From Cape
Ffteern hundred Christmas Stamped with speciall first cards showing the eFort de lia covers of a lOc stamp bearing the
Nativite-, where Christmas was design. o the fort, the cards
ffrst observed in the New (printed in 14 languages), were
WorUld were sent out this year sent to newspapers and magazi-
from Petite Anse a.u Cap, the nes throughout the world that
jte of the fort. take the s3yndicaced.. aBelieve It

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DINNER DANGINiG-
Tuesday & Friday Night
To the Ibo Lele Orchestra
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to crown that perfect moment
pleasant companionship. One of mai
occasions for drinking Henness,


losejh Nadal and o., Distribuiors


'HAITI SUNR
or Not, column.
Head of tihe 'Beliee It or
Not, organIzation, Qouglus F:
Storer, came across the sk:,trh
of the fort drawn by Christo-
pher Columbus in 1492, and af-
ter lengthy research discovered
the Fort de la NativiAe was the
scene of the New W 'rld's *Pirst
Christamas,. '

On a recent visit here, he iro-
ned out final details and g':t the
Haitian Postmaster Genera! to
agree to the use of the Colum-
bian sketch as a Haitian .Lamp.
Proceeds from its sale are dona-
ted to iumicane Hael Relef
work. ''.:


TiMe Samlta Maria., the great
Expjic.elr's Igag-ship was wrecked
off Pctlte Ahse on Christmnas
Eve 1492, Lnd as there was not
-noueh room on the Nine and
Pinta, his other two cara'vels, to
Lake al the men, Columbus de.
cided to establish a first settLe-
meint on. the shore of the har-
bour Almost. imn-umedia'tely the
crew beached the wrecked caMt
and' used the lumber to cons-
trunt a fortress which they na-
med Natividad- in honour of
the day ohi wh-ich it was begun.
There the sailors prayecL feasted
and rejoiced on Christimas Day.
The site of the New Wonid's


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existence When todumbus re-
turned to Fort Ntl'ity on his
second voyage, a year after its
founding. he discovered the lit
tie settlement had' been wiped
out by Indians.
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CONGRESSMAN
YOUNGER
ON VISIT HERE

CaQ-fo'nla Congressman J. Air
thur Yomunger, accompanied' by
his wife, called at Pota.u-Pin
ce for a few dmys vaation las
week. They were lodged at.-Io-


first Christmas party -bad a brief tel Rivler.


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VSAINCEN
a IERIEjSIA~IinIEAirT

Mr Mrs ARTHUR VINCENT;

Wish

Their Friends And Distinguished Clientele '


A Very Happy And Prosperous?

New Year /


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Pae' ,HAITI SUN. SUNDAY 7A
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Lee Wrte From. ,-*Kenscoi-r t 'This situations in varying de- the fast road to inpoverishmait is going to
L eW ie ,T m s) Fr ~nsco[ '' " = t i- !
Lea Writes ( m ,S greens exists all through Latin such as that of China, the Near how are the owners of tie"
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Citin" SHaiti's Major Prob m America The deforestation and East and parts of Italy. It is not going -to tive bedo sle.
CETEhOKUIG SOIL EROSdON Overgrazing of many of the- overgrazing lead to floods, o- a matter of fifty years in the tion begins to yeld revenues
m ..t.m he New York Times' se hUsids has thinned the grass sion and in turn to progressive future, or twenty years or even AMy answers which do tot ;
A.Lt column. covers and packed- the sofils to impoverishment. Unconscious of ten. For regions o& some coun- clude education in the a,.
Our Aid in. Launch ing almost cement-like hadness. the great extent of losses which tries Kt is here already. R's to these la'ndow"er ..
Conservaric.n Loazeap Destructon follow non-conservation. many Sure. the answer is reforesta perficial. j
SPrograim fot- Latin America The runoff of these torrer.ial of our good neighbors are on ton and, conservation. But who (Continued on' Page 9) '
Urged rains ram.n these denuded hard ...,.*.. .,.. .. -.. -.... .. ....', ... ..- -.. ,
The writer of the foiowing lacked hillsides was almo. HEA Y DUTY AIR -. ='I
letter formerly headed the Tro- mediate and piled water ini the ./ T, E R ..
ical Experiment Station in valleys. Roads, bridges and' d / CLED P W ER UNITS -
Puerto Rico aw'-serv&d in the were washed away; more than -'
natural rubber section of the 1,000 people were killed and t.-
Pioduicrion- Board. much addtdonrsl destruction and Pu ps, Com ressors, Concete
In-.the western parts of Halti oss of liie was caused' from f .
-ihdhghwsocity wlsns of Hcas landslides and Mortar Mixers, Electric Generalt- '*
icane Hazel' unrootfed and so- Added to these losses were '/ V Hoiti'ng.i
V ........ Eq m ibraterss Hoisting" ...
nwtinles collapsed buildings, over the incailcuibable tens, ofthu
sutedand 'broke treesi.and reft sands of 'acrefeet of rich black Equipments, SprayersEtc.
standingn trees uonpletely lea- 'topils ie livelibood of t49j
.... Over 12 Models "om 2 fo 35' HO I A
less. The hurricane was aoom- sma ian4owner washed'in- o O r 1 M o o 3 H,
pahied 'by tor.en.. rain,'-hich to the'oceaL :3 i .
.exitanded over a:much greater sn, it, a 'arge prt of ,'
In sm t-6, *.lag par
radius than' the area of violent the enormous devastation of the '
'winds ano -whkl lasted for hurricane in' Haiti was -run-off A1-
as after ttie hurzcane h'bad- '
po d. our considenabLe United Sfa- f
Most of this imounutainousl ar8-ea te irps of toretsters and con- J"
hts bemr denuded of -trees for servaii"on men wil LisiatI3
:. fri]r'.ears. .Pjressurx&q of p Pu- testify that stLch dan.age is to a
chas taued, cultivation of great degree pzventaible by to- El
ids This'is suicidal resaition and' other consarvadon
Of' I oth er vation
S-.,.- st.. ..o o t '.... In' o w Wiconsin Motor Corp. Milwaukee, W is.
mn.ieiate loss of their fertile of the devastation caused by ?
itoilpsos. The Itpsoils In. general this and other hurricanes can Local Durihldr
Lthave fy ar the -highest concen- be prevented by commonly ac. CAL S &EJD
tations(of paant foods, and the cepted *conservation practices ? Su ReM & 77 5S utu 4uui- *
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cVoodoo Veves., a hand-pairt-itJ, dbcut
hand.-Wriiten collection, of the a'tenti1
various symbols of Haitian loas source


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'Sun, show-windrow this week.
A weather-beatemr berwhishered
peasant, evidently Iresh from
the moines. -of the inteordk%
paused uncertainly before the
office Monday morning and stood?
a long while gazing at the mys-
tic design made up of assorted?
stairs, imchetes and a few geoj
metricaJ shapes that Mr. Sternhlin?
had chosen to grace the covert
of his \work.
After considerable debate with
ininselff, made manifest by sever-
al foaise start,, the old 'hal)itait.
slipped i.-'to the oiS'rLce and dp-
proa-cli',' the advertising desk in
a hi-Jhly confidendal shufitlle.
in a barely aihlitb-le whisper
he a-E-cd to see the work, and
with aw-e-sti'feined fingers he
reviercnt;y perused iti.
axde'lJ I.lue de-ium snmo:k and
'britches qmuivering w'LJI antici-
pation. his gua',lecd fingers al-
ready groping in hi's tassell d
satchel. Told the price was $ 10,
he stocd for a while with down-
cast eyes, then asked
wDo I get the s anagnietises.
(charms) too?.


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.,A GratScp- o in love with the country, and as which he is now outfitting. services at t1he disposedd t Hal-
W HIZ" A -.Gra ScuMtor he already has built a workshop To increase a hundred-ifold the tion youth. He awil convert the
tCreate A erpiee here to make the Petlon statue, ;&lue cof -his contribution, Mon- fc-uncirv into a school where ta.


BY PI.RRE BLAIN
I was permitted to watch Fr>)-
..ASr AJfredo Monitaguitelli at
Work. on the rnmagnraificent Petion
etaie n the newly'yJ
eateiKer' on Rue MgTr. Guilli);%.
'Moinagutelli, perhaps the
would's only sculptor who casts
eB well as makes the moulds for
'bis statues, is rei.ownd rrund
the globe for his many monu-.
zients some of th mn hgh
bidders for first place among
contemporary sculpture.


This is Ubhe man to whom the be decided' to make a foundry, ta gull -also has placed his
HI~itian Government gave Che
task of making the PeLion statue t '''.,.
to be offered Clarzoas as a token
of friendship from Port au Prin-
ce. You wil recall thatl the Simon
Bo.livax statue in Christophe
Colomb Squar was a gift from
the Venezuelans to the people "
0. Hait*
The, sculptor, a gcood friend of
mnine. confided to me -that he
was really satisfied with this 'g"
job. He added that he was also.I '


Sculptor: Mntagutelli '"


Petion-Ready for the casting


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In the .atelier., Petion's likeness begins to emerge from the block of plaster.


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uiTi s.I

THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER

COMMUNITY WEEKLY PUBLISHED SUNDAY MORNING
EDITOR-PUBLISHER HERNARD DIEDERICH
GRANT RESPONSABLE RONY CHENET FILS
Founded
SEPTEMBER 1950


'54 Inr4Retrospect
N sopire of the mammoth workers. People N ho were
set-back of Hurricane Ha destitute and hopeless by
zel which carnet just as cyclone's devastation may
our national eco no m y look fovrwoard to a year of i
was g a h e r i ng velocity ver3', for they have been g
for the grand wind-up of a re- tools and the seeds and they
cord year, progress has been r.'iing to supply the toil.
made in every field of endea- A P o I i c y of industM
your. sation is being carried
-saRN could not touch the most relentlessly, and several
promising young dollar earner fi2,rs ere welcomed into
of the republic, Tourism, and fast-growing fold this year.
the 70 % increase shown in the government continued foste
Winter season of this year over infant enterprises imposing
the respondingg period in 1951 protective tariff on impo
has been maintained. onan and freeing locally n


According to the Natauorrad Ton-
iJ
nit BureaaL sone forty West
-todes cruises will include Port
dU Prince as a po't-cof-call (iu
ring the current winter season
and thougA theur shunt stays in
town benefit hotels very little
s-ghL.eering agencies shops and
btrs enjoy a brisk business from
cruiseship touric.1s. Apart from C
the winter cruise business, Haiti
i served by a growing number
5l airline and 'iteaffiship compa- I
nles on regular year-round sc he.
tu-les. The Mamenic Line of Ni-
caragua tMarina Meffcante Ni-
citraguence, S.A.) was added to
the list when Lits SS -Berlins
eCl'ed at Port au Prince early
this year.
Agriculture. bolstered by our
coffee, was of course, dealt a
vicious blow by the cyclone. The
long-term effects may continue
to be felt for years to come as
the Southwes' Haiti's most
productive region was left
bare of crops.
Quick cj.ch-L.rol)s v. U apiing
up to cover the denuded earth
and already the tiis'ive and
capablee v.owrk of the authorities
corcer.-,iE, 'is show-,ig teSults in
the reseel.mng of the Lind. But
the export cr.:pz will take a
longer iime to get ha(k on their
feet.
.The gi in-i fLire ILof ( -ta '. ation
that faced the inhabitants of
rural districts hit by th. huiri-
cane was averted by the help of
our sister republic- antif hy the
selflessness of our rjown relief


HAITI SUN

story at Fond Mormibin iur-nedi out


the
now
reco-
iven
are



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new
Che
The
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g a
rted
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oap from taxes, in 'a law paseIs
i,1" August suiplementaary to the
952 decree which gave a soap
making mono'poly to -SociCte
nd:lb'tsrieHle et Agri cole S.A.- Un
ier this impetus, the fuin, hea.
led by Joseph Thelaud and
'Vil'bert Nep',une, is setting tiup
ol)erations in a new .factory
uslng iiew super-prodiuctiv e nma-
chinerY. Ev-ipor:tted milk is soon
o .became :, Haitian product al-
so as Herbert Berthold an,:l Ju-
es Taylor are already Installing
iach'iniery for Its manufuacure
In adflition to these domestic
products, our giant cemerrut fac-


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HAYTIAN TRACTOR EQUIPMENT CO., S.A. Mfirice Bonnefil
- Manager Ave. Dessalines -Chancerelles- Phone 2631


its first bag uhlcs suarimaner: 20 %
cheaper than imponrted brands
ihe newv product fits neatly into
the general trund of more ona
larger buildings. Plastics, metal
products and the productsi of
father peLites industries were .ow
being produced locally, and' the
quaJ.ly as well as the varietyy oc
these produt.ts were sharow:n In
the exhibits of the Industrial ano
Agriculcr.-il] Pair heirj at Da-
mrniens' in May.
BEAUXITE MINING
Most important of all. R.--y-
ruolds' Mines, gave the go-ahead
ear,]y this mnthh for the exoei-
diture of several million dol; irs
.for mining equipment for Mira,
goane. Company Vice Pretident
Walter L. Rice in announcing
his decision added that beaii-xite
ore should be ready for shipment
to the U.S. early 1956.

in the .-... -. ,J.ne adiey, Wo, k
nas been spped up adld Line Pe-
ligre Dam ,u be the \Vorlo's
largest but-iress mjjor Tn-iile-post wit th he pour.
ing o" the firstt bucket of cement
in August.
T throughout the republic the net
work of roads is spreaiinrg in
smiooth-surlaced br'oad-guaged li
nes, opening up the wealth of
thi interiorr focr the scenery see-
king tourists, and the produce-
s-ceking merchant,
The.eye-sore of the down-towii
area the Croix (les BHossales
Market is being Turna-dozed out
of existence by the 4Grand Tra-
vaux des Marseilles to make


.*om ..or modern, hygienic t.
pla,.Lnen( while ,Compania
ie I. dusur.as MAaritlinmas is uin,-
der 6zntact to extend the F-.j
sitioU.I Boulevard ito the Hasco
factory. The company's exipe-
:iencedlffirector is also conside-
ring dredging the ifau'a ana
sten(h out of the hainbour tnat
bordEr-s tUhe route.
PRESIDENTIAL TOURS
A further sign of progress this
3ear was the P-iesident's Laifin
Ame:' o:n, tour \h%,ch won him
and his charming First Lady
the respect and friendship of the
people of our sister republics,,
streingthening 'the ties i-hat bind
them to Haiti. It was "lis Ex-
cAgency's first foreign visit sin-
ce his election. Plans are under-
way, too, for a PresldentlUail
xisit to Washington e a r I y
1956, when President and Mine
Mogloire will 'meet President
Eisenhower and the U.S. First
Lady.
WORTHY YEAR
Looking back on the ground
gained, in spiteof Hazel, 1954
may be summed up as a year
worthy of the anniversary .of
the 150th anniversary of Haiti's
freedom and a well-used period
In our march forward.


Lee Writes
The "7 imes"...
(Continued from Page 6)
Capital andm Techniques
In these days progressive pri-
vate capital ond technical k-iow-
how are in contact and on tap
The missing factor is the coot


Clnat'on e-f suh capitall and
technicall know-how with the
governments of 'Latin Amerkica.
Our Deprtinent has competeit
satesmen who, given direc.ioa
and authority, can bring these
factors together w'ith govern-
ments for effective acioM once
the poblern is brought to their
attention.
There is widespread -gratitude
in Haiti to the United States
for the aid of the United
States diplomatic and arxned ser-
vices, so inmnediate and effecti-
ve with ships, planes, helicop-
ters and supplies. Not only" did
they bring material supplies but
brought some reassurance of
security. Seldomrn has the United
States spent taxpayer's money to
better use. "
But conservation needs are
sti l w1%h us, an'urgently. Such
consecation is not too difficult
with diplomatic gudlimoe direc-
ting the way for the private
capital technical kno,'-how team
which is -long overdue onr the
field.
Aitherton Lee
Chatelet des Fleurs. Haati, Dec
4, 1954.

DENTIST
Dr. Gerard Bastien
Professor at the Denataj Faculty
PbsT ilraduate Universiy 'of Michigan
85, Blois Verna. Phone 5234
Hours: 5 12 a.m.
3:30 7:00 p.m. J
The clinic fs air-eonditioned X-
ray examnations. ,

CLINIfUE. DOCTOR I. GOLDENBERG '
PEDIATRICIAN .
Child Sepecialist
Clinic Dr. SYLVAIN
Hours :
8-11 a. m.
Consultation, Ave. Christophe
Clinic at Petion-ville Ave. Pan-anlerican
except Tuesday and Saturday
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Voodoo Takes To 7 he Air
Voodico is reportedly gaining fervent as those of ,the most p>-
vast popularicy in the U.S. Akr- pudar sLmie, this %Voodoos haLs


b.xroe because of its .alU.tud'e.
staifiia and storehouse of wea-
.pows..
Now that Vo)coo has taken
to the stratosphere, bhe UiS. Air
defeamoe counaid is puttIng in
'.an caly bid because of its value
;. as arn interoEpteir of guided nis-
" siles.
.'' ....Though winning followers as


nothing to do with religion. It
is the ,petit noinm r Mc rDon-
nell Aircraft Corporuiion's ne-
west, fastest, most deadly adi-
tfon to the air deences of the
United States.
The 20 Lofn, one-man superso
nite jet now is operating under
the Strategic.Air CommandL and
will be stationed at overseas


bases to ride escort on
B-52 bombers, fight of
Intereptors and ever
ahead at iulil speed
enemy air defenses
bombs.


NEW COMNITi
CHOSEN FOI
CERCLE BFLLE
C ut.L;e cLi-Uetie etc>
i tL'; fteW co ILnU .L Le,
ycars Tnursaay e% eiin
Sle prel'iou.s comImiLLee
dcined a further perLod
at.
rhe coimnii.ttee headed
getic, and compete1nt' Il
Fla-mbert as President
posed of: Friedrich I
(Virce Pres.), Crl I 1
(Treasurer), Robert L8
sociaete Treasurer, Beng
latrd (Secretary), Robert
(AtLsociate Secretary),
Jeager, Anthony DroDu
Vonbe (Achdisors).
Changed with the
considering accepting ne'
bers aire Jean Lails.
Liautaud,' Max QuesbeL
The President of the o01
committee. Dr. Blie Villa
unanimously elected H


Member.


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perience during the past months: our brothers


metal iparIts anntailly.-and the
trade in metal Ae'uipment car-
ried on by fhe army. ,public
works and private enterprise
is even .more extensive. Thus it
mnay be seen how great an ex-
pense will be saved by 'the new
fowiidir'.
But let us get on to the story
of Petion's statue. I have been
through a most fascinating ex-


Watching A Great Sculptor

Create A Masterpiece


watching a ,great sculpptor create
d masterpiece!
His Pation is a giant: 4 meters
80 taIdl, and wiLh a base 8 meters
high.
Thle size and grandeur of his
conception -Ind talent are shown
in the magn.ficence of his achie-
vemeint.
'Ihe people of Haiti mray be
proud Lo offer such a statue to

MAX U. DUVIVIER
76 RUE PAVEE
(opposite SHASA)


Continued from Page 8


signed youmig Haiaan-n may pro-
fit Ironi his great ability and
aence.
economic advantages also wi.l
accrue from this foundry, as it
will be equipped .to cast all
types of metal objects.
The hydraulic service alone
imports more than $ 300.000 of


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This Petion
(as a disciple
bej as our f
been in 1802.
guiteLli has cc
thognaiphic x
but I aim inc
also sought ki
earth, tomb c
sun1 torch o&
luxurnious na
of beautey, to
this rnasteerpie


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is young, surEong,. In the National Palace court.,
of liberty should yard last Thursday, more than a
d*cht-r ,must have thousand children received toys
Of course, Monta. and clothing from the ladies o
xisul-ted many li- (he Mine. Magloire Foundation,
ortdiraits of Petion The distribution, presided over
lined to think he by the First Lady. with the as-
aowledge from our sistan-e of Mines. Macel and
tf our 'heroes, our Oharles Foanbrun, was followed
Sliberty, and our by a party. His Excellency Pre
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Birtish Ambassador aid Mrs cad centers and scenic spots of
MiMlS Irvin flew 'over from San the capital..
SJuan Tuesday monnga f't er xxx
spending Christrmas l'aure On Sunday. Congressman A-
.bord.. dam Cltyton Powell his wife
xxx rAazd Scott, famed pianist, ana
Bofbby and. Bill Vroonan will their son Adamn. Jr. (.Skipp r,).
-,M,'iterfain at a cocktail party, clippered 'back to the Un'teo
-'O I ..'.by a cnini c. on New States 'after a week's visit to
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T.W..:. s D Haiti.'ptoppinglat the Beau Site
.. .. Hotel. Highlight of the recep-
tios offend their hono ir
:A b g ba__ ibdhe for the young o a h ho
: 'fry.. .wih Sntey ad C g 'was the cinqf & sept. by the
Voomn la.-pi g 'host took:j-' Afipen Charge d'Affadrs Mu-
m. Thorend ton Barral which 'took place on
, ., f t Tbow.and on Tuesday.t atter
"" 'eS"ay. 'December 21st: They
S..'...' .. .'' att .hided Xmas night festivi-les
S"-"-, fh .w.'. 'at -&o un ,wdth Phe George.
: ., re Chr.isn, as . W en (Jia or).
.,; ,vi ,6 Yoo'nt' an .Prince. he x x x
-:-... Wf the Nevw YorksPayohia- '.Sacha Thebaud -is hjumna on ho
.. in.. stitute was welbome- by lJidays from Miami Univezsity
L]br.'J,,ous lMars, fomer sM- V.L'eire he has been learning* the
igf. t4pJthe IkstOUtte who p'lotV mysteries of architecturee Keep-
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'ljes. Sacha Is supervising build
ing operations on his Dad's
eightrstory (ifcAnmerJy 6) hotel.
x x'
Stanley Baranson and Ferdid
Noirris, Program Officer and Di
rector of Adminisbrative Servi-
ces, of Point IV, respectively, at
tended the Nicaragua Conmfeten
ce ealy in Decembei. Mr. Nor-
ris returned to Haiti on Decemnb
er 12th. Mr. Barenson stopped
over in M ami for a physical
checkupwa-rivfnig viam PAA on
December 1th.

xxx
Miss Sama Little, Eoltr o01
4Hoube beautful. Mblagazine ai-
rived Sunday arm New York
accomnpanitdd by ,Kbileie.t, la-
minOus ore- leaigner. They are
lodged at Ibo Lele HoteL The
distinguished visitors'?' ljed on
a veniaoi in Ha-ti 1aifie .- 1isi-
ing to vhe 'ravings of Miss Jucy
Ross who spent .hers here: with
h r niqthEr"arayear- and a halt
ago. ,, ,.
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-Carnldlo Gonzalez Cervantes-,
Nicaragu.an Ambassador. do Gua
tesnaia, arrived here Christimas
Day. the dipl--amat was accoin


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Mrs Dras Seraif, 'Cusse"
las and Mrs. Esflher vasaonce.
los Ouervo, members of tfae,M
tianoCulban Institue of
recently arrived in pNrnst
Prince with message o. s
thy from the people of O fa to
the people on. Haiti.


Major Garcialos Diaz Gonza-
lez of the Mexican Army Meb
caJ Coraps, arrived' on Chrisanas
Eve. He is on a special mission.
XXX
As a gift to our sinlstres..,
Canada shipped 175.000 lbs. ot
codfish, recently.


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Naude's engagement, .to
ince, of New Y (ned last Wednesday eve-
ata 4,ete Intiime at the
idl Neiette residence of
parents, Nh. and Mrs. Geo'r-
'sude: The lovely fiance
her handsome beau while
school' in West Palm
live .years ago. John who
SABC Television, and
0t has recently returned
summer In Europe have
jlHg date some time in


.x x T
jleThato Phipps observers
* qteday alt home.n the
Woods.
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:e,u. v. uuLd O ibner
.'I.i.tL.Ea 'Lhe a
j^^ ji.-jii.. .i^.a to a
it u di ,.'Lk dinner
ti's retan) Tuesday
at her hoine n Pecrr.n-


xxx
-Estkit was a c.ianm
ess a.t -her New- Yecr's
My Fiioay night.
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night was oelelrait
he Gerard- Foarnibruns'
ler home with a festive
iher-ing. The tuhiree
sa received able as-
S Al"- e ombnun' ot


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eoiM Da'lencoq
,ek after Seve
Venezuela w

.and techniq

the disposal
lXghbors.
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ral years
here his
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Mr. and Mrs Maurice Pean
flew to Miaimi on the 29th.
x X x
Muc-.h to the sorrow o.f the
younger set Claudette, Ed.xvige
and Claudinetite Fouchard,, and
Fdorence Roy are flyIng away
to continue their studies In Puer
to Rico. on 4th. /


XXX
Mireille Pierre-Louis !ies to
Kingston on the 61h
XXX \
Jean Marie Canrile returned
dromg Jamariaa to spend $he
Christnmas holidays with the fa-
mily. "


Raymond Pace Alexanler metm
ber of Phaladelphia Ci j, Cour,'1
a top Lawyer who p)-'.aded for
Haiti in the Aped Pieia -.a-e
and helped settle the HAfDA
aft'fair is here for a \veck's va-
ca-tion ait Hotel Chou-tounr.

xxx
MAr. and Mrs. Lionedl D'Adesky
have retu-ned fionm adaroad.
xxx

AJ Nevue. fondly nicknamed
-Bull Doga by his 'friend's is
sadly plodding 'Ois way home-
ward to base in the U. S.Januia
ry Isit, after more than two
years assignment *here as an
Armerlcarr Embassy Guard.


x x xx
Shell. Director Jean Pierre
Legriand and h(s charming wife
were hosts at a -Villa Creole.
reception last Tuesday.


xxx
of our
Pdire RichM, a foi-aner- pro.es

sor a% Lyc-e Toussa'int Louver
ture, is back among the capital's
teachers after 6 years at the Sor-
Lonne. The Univeqrsity cd Paris
Scho'a.rihip brought him a de-
gree in Science and Mathemaa-
'< tics. ir. Ric-he is re-entering
L the youth instruction field.


.HAITI SUNs

Mir.and Mrs. Leslie eoat fitew
to Mami on the 26th. for a three
weeks vacation.
X X 2
xxx
Claudette Gaillard made a Jlo-
vely bride as she walked down
the aisle with Hector S. Cabre-
ra of Guatemala. They' were
married in a 6-30 pnm. ceremony
at Socre Coeur on .December
23rd. Marraine was Mrs. Robert
Gaillard. and Parrain Anrtoi&
Dufot: The nE-'vlyweds will ma,
ke their hornet in Guatemila.,
-bientot..
XXX
,eorge Baboun flies to Mexico
by way of Miami on January
6th, and Mireille Babqun flies to
Newv York.
XXx
Claude Ftienne is off to Miami
on January 5th.
xxx
Craig Vrooman returns to
school In Cornnecticut on the
4th.
xXX
LLiiane Fai'us has returned
from Manhatan, a graduate ste-
nographer of the New York Bu-
sinaess School.
xxx
X XT

Pierre Sylvain, the coffee ex-
pert who has'been aiding Abys-
sinia build' up vast coffee plan-
tations, returned home last Thurs
day on actiono. Mr." Sylvain
returned! by way o' Arabia,
Spain and Polrfugal,.

XXX
Barbara Poweill, a Pan Amne-
rican Air hostess on the Euro-
pean nun,. hurt her neck in a
Paris auto aoc'idem tParis is the
Metropolis of auto accidents),
and managed to return to Poam.
and spend Cihristmas with the
family. At a Reve-ilon party at
her sisters, chez Mine. Gotrlleb,
Miss Poweld had her neck sup-
port removed. A fareweill party
is scheduled in her honor for
the 3rd of January.
xxxX
Ghisdaine Brierre, dauj.ter of
Traffic Chief Capta! -ind Mrs.
Fritz' Brderre sang Gounod's
Ave Maria., and Adest? F'
dJlis' at Midnight ...si at the
Caserne Dessalines. Her talen-
ted rendition met -vith great
a'l-'.proval.
xxx


EG.TRADE MARK rcimous since

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a e3 .Mr-. Myrtle Garti'erArtved by
of' Engish in the -Polytechnic plane fromn Detrot: Mhigan-

QColege orf Brooklymi & "siting for a week's vacation. The char-
Mvith his old Columbia classmate ming Librarian of the Washing.
Samuel Ziskind. ton Elimentary SchooL a,t De-
x x x troit, Is staying at- Hotel Sans
Milton itad .:Paud Fergusson Squci.


are home in Pacot tar the holi-
days from school in the U..S.
x x
Jacques Thebaud went to New
York' on Tuesdfy.
xxx
Mrs. David Gossett and son'
David, Jr. were over from Mia-
mi to spend Christmas with
PAA's new chief. They have been
seeking a new home into which
to sink tihelr roots.
xx x
Jean Casseus clippered to Chi
cago on, the 31st for further
studies in, the University.
x x -
Over from .school in the po-
minican Republic for a 15 day
vacation with Ambassador Luis
r
Logrono are, his children., the
15-year-old t\\tins, Isaura and
Aitvham.L and 11-yearold Santiago.
i.n.y P. Orlinde, student at
Louisiana Stare Univetsity, ac-
companled by sister Mary Patti-
cia (Patsy), are home at Dec-
prez, for the holidays with their
parents, the Patrick Orlinds of
Point IV Education Office..
XXX
KaLhlieen Zenny and JBarbara
PowellU fily' to New York- on the
7th:
XXX
*x x x
On Decenibef 24th. at 4:001
pm. AIrs. Paud MegloLre presided
at the distnbbu.tion of 500 oca-
deaux de Noel, offeredWVy the
Lankton, Ziegele, Marnhoefer In-
ternational, S.A. to the children
living in Cilte Magloioe No. 2
Gabriel Khawi"y is spending
Chrrisntmasj holidays .,here with
his fmnily (the Edmward Khaw-
ly's) along with class mate from
Geongetow n University, James
Dow ing.
xxx

On Sunday morning, JIecem-
ber 25th a reception for the Bo-
11vari-an Society was held at the
hone of Mr. and Mrs. Perci{'al
Thoby.

x xx
Lo\'Et)dy Edna LaJort.ne baci-
me "he bride ot Attorney StruW-
!et Guillet on Wednesday De-
,cemn'ber 22nid. Mrs Paul Cassa-
gnoL andl Daniel Lafortune, the
tbr-ide's brother, led the couple
to the alltar at Eglise Bacre-
Coeur.


SX X X
Carlos Pereira retur,ier1 to Bour
,bon Park, Wedne:sdq-, after
spending Christmas with his
mother in .lew Orleiians.
xxx

The staff of SCISP give a Fa-
rewell Party in honor of depar-
ting Chief of Party and-James
D. CAldwell, on Januairy 3rd, at
the offices of the- organization
In the Exposition grounds.
XXX ,

Claude Gentil a n d Flibert
Ethirt are. banmbochirig the
New Year in Ciudcad Trujillo.
xxx
Reginaild de Matteis spent Christ
mias and New Year's holidays
in Michigan, visiting with tUhe
famidlY of his fiancee, Miss Alice
Eaton. He is expected back thI
firstt week in January,
x, x
xxx
Business Manager and Mrs.
Hartan Smniih entertained ,fhe
the ,personnel, of the S'CISP'at a'

rhrstimas .Party .fromn 10 to 12
ont .Chrittnas morning at Wffdr
Place 2oyer. vtila a~t PEtion-
Vilile.
X:FXX


Business Manager and Mrs.
Harlan Simiith en-tertained tihe
the personnel, of the S'CISP -at a'
ChrListrnias pairty fkoan 10 to 12
an Clnrisms morning at tW6Lr
Place lgoyer 'villa at Petion-


If XX X
John Ziegedle. from/ Lankron,
ZIegefle, Menarihoefer In.l. S. A. is
expected her on January 10th.
x x
Cajet Roger Brun is home holidaying ,,
from Allen Military Academy in Bryan,
Texas. .
x x x
xxx
Andy Anderson brought a 'particular'
note of gaiety to the Petion-Ville home ,
of Mrs. -Lisbeth Andersen, his mother,
when he arrived from abroad to spend
Xmas'holidays and several weeks here
*en famille...
x x x
Dr and Mrs Alfredo Scala, -promi-
nent New York 'Surgedn-, accompanied
by daughter Jeanne, are spending the
holiday season with -daughter- Mrs
Louis Oejoie, Jr. They were the center of
a social.whirl in Aux Cayes and Port-
au- Prince. _
x Kr x
Mr and Mrs. George Ramey of Far Hills,
New York, were entertained at lbo Lele
by Dr. and Mrs. A. Scala, on Thursday.
xxx
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Mr. and Mrs. Kiki Villard welcomed the
arrival, Weldnesday night, of their first
addition, a 7 15' baby girl.
X x x
Lucienne andl Jean Linuataud
(shoemaker) celebrated the birth
of a son on Tuesday, December
21st. The new arrivaL 'Mon-
sieur J'acques, is their fourth
child and tipped the scales -at
8-1/2 lbs.


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'':' HAITI SUN,
!'.:..",;. Vage l4 : -: .. .
SIJISHINEH E MOVE Santa Claus and picking the pr
U U HOME MV E sets addressed to each chi. off

GO lT OF 3LACK HOLEn the tree spectators Stanley Ba-
':OUT OF ,,BLACK HOLE,, Chita aot.aGe
:. Coetlnued from Page 1 selected toys and clothing from ransoL Ohristian Lapore Ge-
:. a lst &rrying the names- and rard, Fil-Aim, Mrs Jacqueline
.: Lapor.e. with audolph ,Adamlbges, labling each for easy dis- Wiener and Sejour Laurent
-. 2 ..I ..Sm, Ziskiad of bthe Car trilbuvion from the Christmas pressed themselves into service
b'" ul"- nation. A check-up visit tc tree, to be dressed and decorat- as waite rs and waitresses for
the home revealed thlt there ed at the orphanage. the little folk and were often
were at' least 85 .childti to be Rolinde Delancfhear anI Mar- called upon to place a spoonful
provided for, and addition celle Fils-Aimd set up baking of ice-cream into an eager little
SAinds or contributions would quarters at Petion-Ville and pro mouth.
Have ,to be obtained to augment duced the cakes to be served
the generous offer made by Mr. with ice-cream and cola a- fe i Ht; SNUWO\AL
Zisktnd. The .Haiti Sun. and Xmas party.while Aggie Vincent While plans aor :Lie L.,0J- ILe
.Le NouiMlistea opened their lent her special technique to the Home's Christnmas u'd ty hA
cciaumpns to the cause,. publish-, sandwich s luad. met with sponLaneous response
' ".ing the activities of the Sunsh- Direotor Ralph Brown of the from a generous public, the Corn
m" e Hame group, and asking for Inatitut Haitiano America.i mi-tLee was still a little 6-ceurld,
*'.. 4 nations to be sent to the Corn handed in a large box of toys. at the problem & oganizing it
S/mitiee, c/o.f5he Sun., gifts, clothing and money that in the ail too inadequate quar-
S In the meantime, Haiti Sun had been contributed b7 stu- ters and disnmal aspect cof the
S. visited th? orphanage ,and inst-.-'Oents and friends of the' Institu establishmentt and had about de
clued to transport the children
Sad of writing as last year-astory te at a party held here for the cied tans children
on the forgetten little orphans children. of Sunshine Home. for ChrisLqmas day to some oth-
-, '-exposed' the animal-like con Director Legstra of the Cuaa, et locale. The question of mov-
'..," ditiOns of their existence. The cao Trading Company .contrilbut-. iwg te "ny babies causedsorne
.: fo. rtunalte establishment, was ed 85 dolls and toy animals fo hesitation, so several members
-:.: 4'te.".. ed : as lPetion-Ville'sp 'Miss -Burke's Orphapage. decided *to -pay a visit to Miss-
H'.'":". -Hole of Calcutta' with 85. l Burke inr order to make'some de
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-: .ch ildren crammed into three FLa Belle Creole' threw in 15%. cisioi. ,.
m ip.' tunlhealthy rooms, lacking additioraal Xmas tree-orniien ms They found a breathle-s 'and
'i sanitation. even stiilight, plau1- w-,hen members of the Commit- trans'fornmed Miss Burke in the
.:'"'ed.'by wasting dfseasesl ,he tee called -there to purchase ub- riidst of moving' preparatin; ,
un. ge r "mva of the oo'atons. 'and J.earned that a first load h:-1
firstI lth e:
.1: 4...f.. let I 'to;' om ... b other bui d- Assistant Manager Alb-)t C.l already been sent to their neV.w
BI: ,stt on ".:' "cs, of Oomipag .i,''Eclairage 'hosue on the other side of 1Pe-

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it,:. o3-uon o erphane we t e publish Chiclets .and pencs were' owferr phalage less than'ta wes, before
-M^. % piauces -o Boye inatd.,'-, b_'o the busilessfi'm/t of Gr ,bringli g fola tid ci lo thinat n for






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."t, e,,reortage arnd got a qu.ck Vr Naude. : ., h*e children. Mrs. Maglohir"!had
.eacfion ..from the,paublicf. People "Rh Boucardefa.A two made a persona ionDcteon of

':;!i'= .. i, ... whom weref oi'e..day tou-, rniatesicie trrkeys (a'-r,..acly men-" the quarts~rs and ey'amtned sere
m:..... tou ld be seen l.avingg their t oned), and Mr Hoger sn:ew- ral of the 'ittle ones, before tak-













l^^*-^q^q^t^, Wk&Mis Dori Burk Frnotc .W: Wilson dnd 'Baboun er 20 thj Viss Bkecoptint'ed.
dpd ber'4ttle'chartgai'were con- Ustlers,-. top comhtpcva'irt of: Mrs Preetw-iaflAggerholm, Mrs,
Z eind "None of ithem lat. Wit-' the borge-de'meer maies hubs tan. befor







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B^ s^n.Wamng- ^^ hintd cash -- .' jc~B
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*- 'S .he also h a n dt'd n Christian Laporte. M BiBW Stowe Jf
a check carrying the same aMr. a B. George, Mr Lemaire
.ures as Miss Doris' overdue Mr Wilim Shaw Mr D.
; d npideecric bl, and 10 Cadwel, Mr. Jilmey Uoano",Mr' i
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o I~e" hieOsmih'a 1%Lit FrancdWilsn AndI 'Ba bo', e2 avMssBre aotn-'d












Sbs. of cooked beef from-. the Jean Brson,. Jeansen, Mrs Mrs. Jacqueline Wiener helps an orpha










;oves IIoteiRiviera. PearNo WInon. while other children revel in the new-fount
-Beetie Baranson shorpperJ and Wcrth Sam ZIskind acting as play garnet
ee2.;., w as Hat Tradin ., ft, .ave.
E. -g mtffying results, rom b battle of Grant's Scotch ,tc." be
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,.,"ii=:~lc .every.. visit-6r, 6ash,. contri.utio"ri reached'
Ab ,, '., ',buitig, 3 nd pro. "the" Cmi~ttee. f.. th~e, .fo~dpw- '
4 ,~vuihon. of 'Toney., 'ing donors :Raytmond. C.. Smith'
.17" 'b. ,lurkey for the 'th~e Staff of the U SEkma-bssy,
.di's-Xnais dinner. M,'. M Engler,- Captain Chris

" "'Lemaondis, Mrs. E. Keenan, Mr
-"". "';6'he a~lgo b a n' d e d in Chr'iseptan Laporte. Mr. Bill, St \ve
-.,,..;.A Ak"check carrying-the same ,M~r.R. B. George, Mr L.ema~re,


Clement Magloire. staunch pJLP


ars of the Madame Paul Magloi-
ne Found td Lion were
commissioned by the First Lady
to accompany Miss Burk2 on a
visit to several vacant houses
from which she wds invit.l to
make a choice for a. new resi-
dence for the. children of Suns-
hine Home. Miss Doris' e y e s
were brimming when she iic.3p
ed into the waiting limousine.
and there was a prayer on her
lips as she repeated ;: Ma-
dame Magloire, bless you' "
And so it was that at 3:00
o'clock on Friday afternoon
Christmas eve, the Committee
gathered the well-scrubbad and
,welilgroomed children around
the gaidy decorated tree se't .i)
in *the living room of the b.auti-
ful one-story -a n d bas-mp:-.'
house, whioh was their Christ-
mas gift from their fairy god-
mother, Mrs. Yolette Mnalo&-e.
An officer from Palais National
arrived with a letter addressed i
to Miss Doris Burke, of Sunshi-
ne Home.
TheFirst Lady of Haiti expres-
ed her wishes for a Merry Christ
"mas and h bright vnd happy New
Year to Miss' Burke and her
kiddies and- -ent a; checque to
hbp realize her wish.-.Th Comn
SmiLtee. which had loped to have
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Mrs. Magloire 'at 'tHIe party had
been intrormed earlier by Liete
nant Prophe',;e that she wou'.d
be engaged at exactly the same
hour with her Christmans tree
for the children at 'Cite Mag'ot
re., She had not forgotten, even
for a mlofmeht-.'her',wrds[;a the
Sunshine Home.

We learned that the Sunshine
Orphanage will be lodged in its
present new building located 'offf
of. Rue Olerveaux on the on the


stow away a box of delicious ice-cri-am
I luxury of a full stomach, and happily


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tian souvenirs & jewelry, os
froiiim Paris. French-des,.-11-
skirts (ready -made or nidc tN
measure) French perfumes, on
ginal designs by Adele jas;fse
Haul ICouture.
ADELE SASSINE HAUT
COUTURE.


SUNDAY JAuNUARY '.

Rue Louverture, opposite
sidence of Mr. feraand Rao
re and next to the residence
Mr. G&rrd Lescot, for th ne
several 'mo n t ha ornly;.,
Preetszman-Aggerholm hiasg
yen a piece of land at
Hercule where a suiablbui
.4*
diag is to be construted, th
assuring th4 future of Sunaht,
Home.
The welfare of these child
lies close to 'the hearts of h(
Care Foundation Christims-'p
ty Comanittee Memnbers, a n
in a recent meeting, it was dO
cided to make the Committel
Permanent, and a Bank of toy
is being kept of the surpks a
tidcles, for distribution on birl
day anniversaries, at Cariava
time and- at Easter. The suIp.u
fund's received wild go towan
liquidation of some Of the un.
paid bills clouding over the ho
me, and the rest to be budget
off to Miss Burke in grocer
staples.
Thus the snowball which wad
tossed 'severaJ weeks ago is gai
ning in volume and iimpetus. Th
Sunshine Home remains a sp
bol bf. that which can be achie
vedL in a short tiue, by a com
munity alerted to the possibiUl
ty of bringing succourf to
worthwhile proqedt InvolvMg
their less fortunate brethren.
By. I. S. L.


fAPRIVAL
Adeline Blanohard arrive
from San Juan on. the 18th.





SUNDAY JANUARY 2


Haiti Can Net 114.ooo.ooo


Oon,'inued from Page 3

tries. There are wholesalers, re-
walers ana the cou nerpart of
,Mliuactudrers airULiies, steam
ip lines, hotels in the tra-
ijusines.s The sleak-.: remarked.
.1 have observtd a feeling ou
the part of businessman not di-
rectly associated with some
.irapch of travel that tourism is
a never-never land In Halti
I might even caII it a blue-sky
business..
The dominant .Aeling is that
tourism just happens, Mr. Ro-
binson eglined!
But from a hard-headed view-
[.. I hope you wiU agree


wiLh me that in trade and busi-
ness things rarely *just hap-
pen., They must be made to
'Bearing out this. statement,
-Mr. Robinson told of a plan
mapped out by Pierre Cihauvet
and himself -to bring a group o.
leading steamship executives to
Haiti for a long weekend thus
giving. them an opportunity 'to
sample *our product..

The result was that 50% (a
total of 82) mrare cruise ships
are scheduled to visit 'Haiti this
season.
When word got' around about
the increased number of calls


HAITI SUN .


ask why they weren't getting
the buklnass.
cit's very simple he toid them
You fellows sit in your offices,
writing letters and hoping for
the best: The Haitians went out
and did something about it.L
This increase is only a start.
e If we can exloi-t the momen
tumi -Mr. Robinson declared.
the results next year will show
a continuing upward movements

SALES PRODUCTION a
M'r. Robinson explained that
in any business there is a mea-
sLireal)e relationship between
sales objectives and sales pro-
motion budgets.
cIn some industries as much
as 10% .of the sa'.es dollar goes


in Haiti, representatives of other 'back inio sales production 'he
Islands kept phoning him to sai


And :in tourism, though. nert
is no accepted ratio., outsian
ding results have beehnacconi-
plished by recognizing the mar-
ket to bte tapped the competition
to be 'met and the sales gcals to
L
be attained.
&In the case of Greet Britain*
the sepaker stated -in contrast
with a promotion budget of on-
3ly a few pitiful dollars before
\Vorld War II lthe s.les and
promotion job undertaken after
the war called' for aI, initia.i
budget of $200.000. The Briti-h
got their feet wet, and they 11-
' ked the feeling. In 1946, income
from tourism was about $ 25 000.
000. By 1948, the figure had
jumped to $65.000.000. The rise
has continued and current tou-
rist dollar Income is running at


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Continuous music and dancing every nite
from 6:30 p m to 1:00 a m
Every Saturday night $1:50 -minimum- per person
Sunday 8:00 p m in Dining room
CHOIR MICHEl DESGROITTES
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the rate of $ ICO.000.000 a year
The current promotion budget
is $ 700.000..
Nassau, too, Mr. Robinson re-
vea-lejl has doubled its touist
trade in less than five years,
with 3 1/2% of its tourist inc.
me going back into promotion.
In Haiti our tourism" income
last year was $ 4.000.000.
'There is no reason why, prb-
per sales and promotion plan-
ning, this figure cannot be. tri.
pled or quadrupled during the
next two or three year. '.the
Tourism promoter said.
RETURN'
iMr. Robinson ended hiis yislt
'he Cay alfier addressi,3g the
Commerce Club, 'to fly hcme. for
Christmas. It was his seventh
trIp here in less than a year.


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"..;'e. " .HAITI SUN, SUNDAY JANUARY 2 ";

,,OURBWOBRD 'FRANCOISE SILVER R SALE DISTINGUISHED Mrs. Ingrid Kunemnund. t i
PHOTOGRAHEI HER E BRIDE OF Dr. At Petion-Vilile (Kenscoff road) VISITORS rented G e r m a n anit wh
Welter Ausgood. top poogra- RAYMOND BOn beautAful 2-storey house, 5 be- Guests at Jacques Khav.ly's brought exhibition (iny
N ," ~ e a s x ~ o h t g a C en ti n u e d f r o m P a g e I1f G M ~
: pher. is here from Los Angeles i drofms, 3 terraces, 2 bathroone's, new home in Petion-Ville v'er Women's Paintings from Ham,.
.'. on an assignment for.tree sto- ne Kemizan ate of Paris). etc. For ifomation, apply Haiti the holidays are: Edmond Khou burg is spending Xmas hi
2, ries for his magazine Ou Mrs Gineute Roy mother of Sun ri of New York sister, Mrs Miguel painting s c e e s. She
., the biase was elegant Ina fuln ".
Wo'ld'. a New York publication. ~Tercl her husband and theiz return to Germany a hboat. ,:
:-:" frstassgnmn~tcentrin gOWL geenand pink lace,
,ii'f.ist assignment entering CameraLu o lc children cadillac riding Cuidad x x X .
.completed by a pink plumed hat.
:,"tond .Miss Marlene Zephyrin. completed by a pink pled hat. ot COMPLETE Trujillians. Alan Agnew and wife are
':.:". ,.= les~ident. Pa~ud Magloire, who
lovelyy daughter of the Minister President Paul Magloire who without x x x re on a visit, stopping at HOW
.of Foreign Reflations, whose ;as .parrains and the groom's New Model Eleclronic Senator and Mrs. Ive, back Riviera. Mr. Agnew is the M.
.' oto wl. be the cover page of lther, Me Due Borno, spme. Flash froa' a visit to the -Cap. wore nager of the Japanese Tea Ga.,
.the next issue of .Our World.. on the occasion. "R jir. received by Senator ,nd Mrs. den in the heart of t;olden Ga.
Mr. Ausgood will also do a do- dPrinci'pal Witrnesses were Pre- :j'.[ *:'. Louis Dejoie at dinner, Thurs- ge Park in San Prancisoo -
sident Paul Magloire Luc Borno '
Scummentary story .on Haiti, from sident au day evening, x x x
t and social fi Mrs. Sauret. Mrs. Edouard Roy, 3 ., ........... ..
...one Edinuardl Roy andcial
.e which promises o be very Colonel ouard Roy and Lr.
Leon Iaea."
editing. Arriving on D i5er Leo Laleau / '' '
:".4'.'... has e completed. Attending the. bride were their ;
..1h, .'he has already completed',,$ S t~ .. a
''4eature. on talented. -dcing teen lovely maks of honor in f .
.": tnc. Lavinia William. for white on'gandy gowns and cape / Jit l^ '^'^i ..^
Ebony.. The M ornian' Flashes from ?'n ,.,
ye.on an assignment in Ja- 'wh, Were : Mtrie Claude 1-Built-in storage batteries. N'.
-:Ro..m.in,.J..-ane.de 2--115 volts main supply "N ,
.. eaie in January, ore RMi, Josane de Mattels, 3-500 volts dry-cell batteries -/
*Greta M r hilaine adjustable light-beam angle V-shaped '
'%;f:'.returning to the U.S. plastic body. Price $89,e
:. Eiah. andAhona Roy, Ghis Price $69'
PARAOmUT an Jaoy,cque ONE YEAR GUARANTY ? "S
PARAAUNTtt. Edith ad Jacue- REPAIR SERVICE/ ..i I
~ Ilo ;6: and8ao pn mlinte Godeftoy, Edw~dge and
Ti,,..RTOS.TOU (R claudmnette Fouchard and Yogai iT l dW -. fri:
T-R I)-DPIS P.H...- r.-
an=:' i ,r .ine Don'nique, Mrs lTIm 6orno A .
:6and 8:15 p ma n r.acn
was nrralfe.. LEICA ROPLEX VOIGIANDER etc Luncheon Dinner Dancing Daily
:y'r..SOAiFLAiMWOUKEi ^ ^ ''*
a 6 and 8:15 p m T-e- T rSpecial Difiner Dance
-'7ftOIS TROUPIERS Of M d Wed av Friday
Wenesday: 6 and :8:15 p m TO "wrrv p0t;Fq urse n ay,,Wenesay r ay
..Q-.l,. E ETAIT' VERTE NALO-RE IN T.. S. .
ah:ington r j. __ V Evenings' ,
sday. 6 and p m : i d it1os 1; Shows by National Folklore Trouplj
. br. tirsday- 6 and' S:15 p m 'gol oF
the Distri-s chief greeter4 yes' -Y I -^ SewmugU'- D JluS E'S.
..: . ...... t eray ws. n byleCo.-... DAICING ..GHTL FRIDAYS 9.30 P.M.
IVA~HOByou ean the
) ,;2.::...'.,. '. :.. :.: = trda is naimad by tlhe. Comr- you wvantth| -- -- _-. = = -- -" ., .. ., ,. ..
.s.ners 'beadomost for ayour -The Best Qunality Cement at
-" A u nuX-OSAOUES 1-4 o ,church organ dollars the Lowest possible costa
Ra,-'. .s famous chomard flarm- Com e to plan a rcepo. Dollarfor dlla, the Hammond / BKII
for Eiatian President Pl Organ provides more for your
ime' 'has' been enthusiastically Porgan fund.Pi Onl y Ithe Hammondr ALLEN BAU AN
claimedd by visiting epicures loire. whowil v:sit here J nu. Organ brings you under' thofir
acclimedby vsitng . ~ ere iri Inely rich Cones ... exclusive offer"'
'"and featured by :zImperil: ry 26. reverberation control which .. t he i.
Si .. 1 1 brings cathedral-like tones into / .
Linen.. . Co-Cha'urman of the We.. .cme the smlest church... serves
*.:,:.u -oeg es"your church for a lifetime at
But foreigners aren't the only committee will be Melvin D. Hi! minimum cost because it neter
: , ,' 'needs tuning. |
e:' cqnoisseurs of: food.. Haitians 'dretli, honored by Pre..'deut Ma these are a few of the re-a.
t.* ,. ."' .''. .. sons why the Hammond Organ
,kn'.Q"wbeqe: the meat is done Sloira- with the decoration of is the larges't-seli-g -churoh *i.
Mt rgt .... organ in the world.
.right,.here wines are of a Grand, QOffider Honeur and HAMMOND ORGAN 9 -
pp,.fect' vintage and flavour to 'erite. As a member c thse Pa- aties et o b ,og1
arrged ha e ,r Hildrthe nafotb Ciabon : r
. mi 'iow thei rm roood and form the *r Sptnet Model. ,
Vllowtheir'mood and form the nani Canal Board Mr. Hildreth $ 1285 not ab, e. *oSn)
delllum tole~ t8re atdo'burches
...fati, "* '* far eh e arranged, .to have its ships renew | .




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