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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:
AA00015023:00347

Full Text


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THE HAITIAN


ENGLISH


LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER


VOL. VI Port au Prince RMpublique d'Haiti
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Sunday JANUARY, 1st 1956


. 'No. 15;


HAPPY NEW YR ..,


CHALLENGE AND ACHIEVEMENT KEYNOTE '1955;
CO-OPERATION NEEDED THROJGH6A and
1955 may, not have been as good a year as we might have an.food- ..s and a ste
wished,!, but it certainly was not as bad as there was reason to deta jdk ok f +eplandtnig
fear. coffeeJe. ,.mu b.her'casfi c.t.ps
First, the economic depression that everyone predicted after destroyeal1, '.1 e one:'.'.
.Durricane..izez1.rippe.d'up..a large part of the Republic on that in. either case anu ievitabldvgap
fatefuI Octfbbet 'day in 1954, though severe, was not nearly as showed in the iteEse4. It
bad as it could have been. -' C was obviously iiNsTh htMk^onti-'
.... "".^ -*Considering the wholesale des- nue emergency4lq1t isfnti "or
ITrit ,iMairkS truction of coffee trees, catch any protracted'V'p;4 4d' t-; ere
'. ~ crops and coconuts, the .amount of was. a waiting pein'd. .tQ. co d
.Last Days
l si ys damage done to houses and other with before the' work -do'e to-,
Of G arden r buildings, the disorganization and vernment offiial '"nd..IUS..rtech-
Of Gat~rdener confusion which followed the har- nicians in .replantiig.,.'cofft6e nnd
Louis Basquiat's last. fortnight ricane, it was universally feared cocoa should Wbeixtt6o;prduceadi.ev.
on crrth proved his prowess as a that Haiti was in. for .p very hard dends. -,I,. .. -'
gardener when he took the .$50 time. ., Quickngrowing.. ro crops like
first prize offered by Lankton,. Cofee., trees do not spring ul yams, potatoes, "maengasp, were
SZiegele,. Mharhoeffer for the beat overnight. They -nqed care and planted'.by the peasants with offi-
"[gardelvin the CitH6 Magloire II ho- attention. fo three to four years cial aid, while' banas eas and
Sniesteads .. -- eforp they start to produce. Coco- corn ..wel.e also encouraged. '
S' Bafuiat died% two weeks after Inuts, too, seldom bear within five But Help Still, Needed '
*. receiving his prize. ] years of,,planting. But., %, some areas drought
1J.Otheri2pr4ew3in4ers in the cpr-|. 'Therefore, Government efforts, truck. 4ol-money. which 'the pe'a-.
oi' n' -' "- ,, . ."t .'if ^ tr. A r.IdhtrT yI tr.-W, flhS d. a S
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(S25), Br. Berthold Laieur ($15), lions and gifts from. other. neigh- .'" 6T( -:
Miss Yvonne' Dennis ($10) and se- bouring countries, could be effec- -'.i..-;
ven ($5) prizes to Raymond Rou- tive only 'on a very short term ',:" , ..Sct
main. Emmanuel Dominique, Em- basis, or a very long-term one. Cppt. t'S ttt
manuel Lenezier, Mrs. C. Verna, The rehabilitation programme '1 : 'C-'" -::'.'."
Huebrt Casseus, Mrs- Christiane. wvas two-fold, consisting of imnSne- Kyer
Moretta, Mrs. Fritzner Lafontant. I diate emergency aid medical '"v'....". .'. y.-
LeavesTomoir p immigration Seric .
Leaves To rem orrow . '. "' .. ....- .. .. *Captai .',Lucien' Scott brought "" '"
________ fifteen.-years of -experience' to '
GO'^. i;1 DT^^le'gri- ti- HE-k- m C b the pos ,o-of ef orthe Imrmi- .::'.;
Goodwill Dilegation Here From Cuba grtheion so vitof -ort 6u ritn-hi
M g. ce, when he took over the reins
Presents Flowers To me. Magloire of the service last week. 1
Invested last Thursday morn-,
Goodwill delegates from the The group will attend Mass -at ing by Minister Roland Latail-
Cuban Friends of Haiti Society the Cathedial this morning, then lade, Under-Secretary of State
who arrived in Port Friday with go on sightseeing tours of the ca- for the Interior, Captain Scott,
a giant bouquet for Madame Ma- pital and neighboring districts is an extremely valuable acqui- :.
gloire are scheduled to leaxe to- before departure tomorrow morn- sition for the department.
morrow to :-eturn to their home- ing. Y:. ... "e'.-'-Arm officer's distinguish-
land. ed c$tee'tas included 15 years
land. ; in 'the'.ooii Department's ni-
The goodwill emissaries were. mgai o
welcomed at the airport by 'Go- --ORISSEA-U'STILL. g l agrationSection;..and ,through-
.othip long terrw:odf office he has,
vernment officials,. the Direclo; t itlon t n ofi h
of S.I.IP.P., Mr. Denys Bellande, N BED khown initfitive and devotion to* :
of S.'P.P.P, Mr. Denys Bellande, the Republic.
Tourism Director Pierre Chauvet Morisseau Leroy, playwright and A sk epd for : quote this .
and representatives of the Jour- theatre-builder, is still confined'to week, Captain'Scott who does "
nalists' Association of Halti
nalists Association of Hait his bed after two weeks medical not sit behind closed doors- de- .,
Then, at 4.00 p.m., the twenty- ^ ^ ^ ttmnbf .:3
Then, at .pthe care for serious illness. lined to make a statement, but .
eight-member delegation drove The opening of the *Theatre fold the aSun- there were no
to tle Villa General Paul E. Ma- cd'Haiti has been postponed to a changes in the organization.
gloire to3atend a reception du- tentative date in early January' Quricd on a tourist card for
ring which they presented t when h e, personally, hopes to be Cubans, he said he was sure the
First Lady with The most beau- well enough to produce th6 sche- minister wbs au courantb with .
tit l Hfla-ve in Cubah. duled programme of French, Creo- the situation. Tourist interests
A 'live tu seven cocktail in the le and English plays, are :also concerning thdm.elves
Palace garden followed the Vii- But doctors have not yet decid- with this project he added .
la Magloire reception, and an Ibo' ed when the playwright will be
Lele evening wound up the day. sufficiently improved. 1 8
Yesterday morning was devot- 18______ SUSPECTS HELD
cd to visiting Cit6 Magloire II,
the CitR6 Militaire at' Chancerel- Fire Chief Recov ?rs IN CA YES MURDER
les, and other social works of .te I-, m C .h t .a .. .


7s, ..ri ..'[,: k.'; :., President and Madame viagloire, I E j oZ f.-ju IR O kignteen arrests were mate
p ":,'.-?.'*:, .;'A-, r followed by a visit to the Presi- Captain Georges Elle, Jr, this week in connection with.the
t ;'.'.*c:..':'< '.oo' ".'i:j, dent at the National Palace to is out of hospital after 6 days in- shocking COristinas Eve murder
i '"|'BB N t ''.' .*.... ""' ;'.: "'S present the best wishes of their ternment with an injured shoulder of an Aux Cayes planter.
,' .. t,....4z society J received in an automobile accident The man, Eliphaite Dufresne,
~"' "- '""." .... : ">' -Y' -- Minister Jacques Francois, Se- Christmas Eve. The able energetic was found dead on Christmas
*ILLUSTRATING A YEAR of Haitian U. S. co-operation, Haitian cretary of State of Commerce, Fire Chief was speeding to the Dayv on his fprm at Dorce, Melon,
* and American girls share honours in cutting ribbon to inaugurate gave a cocktail party In honour scene of a 'fire when his wagon near Les Cayves. His body showed
1fatuieu dispensary last month, built with help of Clevekznds '-Friends if the visitors from noon to 1:00 collided with the tank truck of signs of an attack with a mache-
of Haiti. Society.. p.m. the Fire Brigade. te or knife.


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U.N. Technical Advisor

HEIR TO CULINARY TRADITION


Sunday JANUARY, 1st 195ff

They are being shown around
Our Town by Hotel School head
Abellard Desenclos.


TO TEACH AT HOTEL SCHOOL Medical Center
The man who fed Yale's foot-1 quartered on tile Yale campus, UOf Port au Prince
ball team to victory over rugged I New Haven To Open Soon
Army earlier this year has come They provided the stakes or Port au Prince's new eCentre
to train our future tourist cooks College footballers, in spite of Medical recently completed on
and hotel workers in th2 art the fact that Mr. Angelvin's real Re Capo wl e inaugurated
which his family has perfected weakness is for English rugby this month.
during the past four generations which hlie played in France, and A novel and extremely laud
He is good-natured, grey-hair French soccer which he played in Ae ie h cnt wa oeeld
ed Robert Angelvin, master-chef America. by Dr. Charles Chevallier, one of
from Grenoble, France. And he Mr. Angelvin and his charming b Ceali, n
Iou:" best raneer specialists, and
is on his first assignment with the American wife,-whom he met : cce si d
will be oc :upied by six doctors
United Nations: taking over because he couldn't speak En- w ill epblish clinics there.
from Mr. Fabien Paret as Tech- glish and she could speak French,
nical Advisor to 'the local hotel are living with Mr. and Mrs. An- .Equipment of the center is va-
school. dre Sandral at Bourdon. lued at a minimum of $50,000.
o. pt p e is O EKILLEDiDrs. Boney and Pereira will be
Mr. Angelvin's pet project is ONE KILLED in charge of the department- of
the scheme started by his pre- HURT AT PELIGRE rge j the and o
decessor to establish an already 5 HURT T PELIGRE surgery, ridiosthefics and obste-
decessor to establish an already ""* t jpan aio
operating Hotel as the trying- One workman was killed and tries, as well as the examination
ground for graduate hottl school five others seriously injured Thurs rooms and the laboratory.
students. That way the boys and day when two Brown & Root Radiography and physiothera-
girls will go into Haitian hotels trucks collided on the Peligre py will be directed by Dr. Colon,
with practical experience as well road. while In an annex tobe built in
as theoretical knowledge. The two trucks driven by Ra- the yard, Dr. Harry Bordes will
The hotel willbe run on a Non cone St. VUl andyFranck Dorfeuil-i direct the iediatry secUon which
PROFIT basis: the proceeds will le, were taking the workers to the will include several bedrooms for
go back into the establishment lunch station from work in the maternity cases.-
itself or into improvements for giant dam when the accident ac- A doctor wil also be on perma-
ihe Hotel School. Scholardhins curred. I nent duty in the emergency ward.


will also be given when the
guests start checking in.
Mr. Angelvin, who arrived in
S Port au Prince December 8 th.
(his chic, brunette wife followed
on the fitteenth) is the great-
'V -grandson of one of Grenoble's
pioneer hoteliers, the grandson of
S its finest chef, and the son of
another great master of the kit-
ehen.
He represented France at New
S\York's World Fair in 1939, re-
presented the U.S in the Cooking
o, 401 Olympics at Berne last year when
0''^11 \ his team came secondd among 17
contestants.
S*' Inspired by Escoffier whom he
' met in Paris in 1925, Robert An-
S gelvin is heir to a tradition of
S,. fine cooking, and ever since his
earliest childhood he has work-
ed in hotels.
Paris, Monte Carlo, New York,
and every other important haunt
of gourmets from -Grenoble to
SArizona have all felt the Angel-
vin culinary influence.
Mr. Angelvin has been for 32
years save for a two-year tern
in the French Army when he
kept in KP practice master of
the kitchen quarter-deck. He is
SSoW Disrlbutors or Hai a member of the Culinary Aca-
MP -BIT PATTON demy of France (U.S. branch) and
served two years as an instructor
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,., ARTICLES DE PARIS

Embroidered dresses Skirts Blouses


Locked Doors Pre

To Ingenious Auh
SMr. John bobbins of Borel re-
ceived a stunning shock last Wed-
nesday morning when he left his
Riviera Hotel room to drive to the
airport.
Mr Dobbins, In -town en route a
Stateside medical Icheck-up, bor-
rowed Mr. Philip Fay's light blue,
1951 Ford, drove Up to the Rivie-
ra 5-"00 p.m. Tuesday, rolled up
the car windows, locked the doors
and booked- a room for the. night
Wednesday mourning a Brown &
Root driver came to awaken. him
as he had to catch an eauly plane
.at howertField. Mr .'Dobbins walk-
ed out of the hotel and saw thee
car out in the street down on its
knees a.
A marauder had visited the ho-
tel grounds during the night and,
probing, through the rubber insu-
lation of the car window with a
chisel, he had let down a length


Sheaffer's Stalesman Entemble, $20.00
Pen, $13.50 Pencil. $6.50
MAISON GILG
Rue Bonne Foi


REALLY A MERRY Christnuas
Season for Ctaude Ge-rtc. The
SIIASA e.recutive. u'hosc 'tvwhday
fell last Thursday wIas Ksrwwn out
of the l tJ for the GRANS0 whis
kg birthday prZZe... a borl/le o fthe
inellow, old Scotch.


Presidential Couple

In Le Cap for Xmas
President Paul Maglotre and
his suite returned, to PSrt au
Prince Monday after sapoding
Christmas with his famiy W x Cap
Haltien. It was the ft time
during his five years as 'ibead of
the Haitian Government ibft he
has visited his hometown firing
the end-of-year holidays.
The npresenr'n nf the 'ahiof rf


Then the *agrefini lassoed the State and Madame 5aglire
doorhandle and easily unlocked brought an unaccustomed exci-
the car. tement to the population' o the
It was then a simple job to push beautiful northern town.
the automobile into the road re- More than three hundred ehl-
move the front wheels and alsoat.
grey plastic raincoat which Mrs. s IatiesSa re oeposie
'Dobbins had left in the car. ques Dessalines Square opposite
Dobbins had left the car the Cathedral to receive -gifts
from the largest Christmas tree
ROTEL PLAZA that Public Works engineers
t- could transport. ,
(C4amp de Mars) Brilliantly lighted and beauti-
1 fully decorated the tree was-one
of the most magnificent ghts
witnessed in the Northern town
in recent years.
SMidnight- Mass was also made
.,more significant by the presence
of the Chief of State and his.gra-
cious First Lady, and Bishop Cou-
sineau celebrated the occasion
,with all the ceremony of the Ca-
tholic Church.
A revelllon was organized after
the Mass by the Commandant
of the Military district and Mrs.
IMoptrosier.
For A Good Hotel A visit to the Mopt Joli hotel
RASONA LnEr Iand to the Hostellerie du ;oi
AChristophe where the new Sans
ISouci night club was inaugurated
RATES vere also scheduled.



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- Sunday JANUARY, 1st 1956 HAITI SUN PAGE 3S


On Assignment For ,Yachtiug,

Writer Of c(Yachtsman's Guide", Disc
Finds Coast Ideal, People Hospitab


,Haitian harbors are a yachts- I
man's dream, according to sun-
baked Harry Etheridge, and his
sea-roving wife Josie, who sailed
their ketch-rigged Collin Archer
[ifebo:t 'Grabe. into these wvat-
ers last 'week in search of a story
for 'Yachtingt.
The author of the annual Baha-
"mas Yachtiman's Guide declared
the scenery delightful, the bays
placid and the people courteous
Sand helpful. Hlie added that Rhum
Barbancoirt to which he was in-
troduced back in Nassau by
Frenchunan Marcel Fort, who
sheltered here for several months SEA ROVING ETHERIDGES wit
in '54. is the best form of alcohol
it has. ever been his lack to taste. Yule season: parties aboard with
Calling first at Le 'Mole, the fellow yachtsman 4Skip, Rosenz-
eGrabe's crew, Harry, Josie and ki, nights out on the town with
two dogs a Peke named Lin ,Sunrise:' Travel 'Editor Stewarn
and a Fox Terrier known as Ked- Murray, and lots of Barbancourt-
ge were welcomed enthusfas- bottled cheer.
tically by Mr. Amilcar Jeudi, the 'The Etheridge Adventure
harbour master, and a crowd of Harry Etheridge is the type of
assorted fishermen, person who was not made for an
The wanrm, friendly couple ordinary life Too talented a3
'soon became favourites of the a writer and artist for one thing,
boatmen of Gonaives;.and gifts too easily 1iored for another. '
of fruit, eggs and chickens were Weathered and seamed by the
showered upon them in return salt air and sun, he looks like a
for their token offerings of a cross between the Pixies of his
rope's end or a can of paint. native Cornwall and the hero of
From Mole St. Nicolas the cGra 'a Hornblower novel.
be sailed south to Gonaives A Ship's Master in the Bri-
where, the Etheridges report, tish Mercantile Marine during
everyone went out of his way to the-, last War, Mr. Etheridge
be obliging. In spite of running bought the aGrabe at Falmouth
aground entering the harbour at. in 1941 after she had been aban-
night the couple found their stay doned by a Frenchman who had
extremely pleasant, her built to circumnavigate the
The adventurous free-lancer world.
and his brain-iurgeon wife were The 42-foot yaaht spent the
immediately taken in tow by Mon war years tied to a tree con the
sieur Roche. the pilot, and Dr. hard& in the upper reached of an
Rind. St. Ldger who entertained 'English river, then as soon as
them and showed them the sights V.E. Day was declared, and Har-
of the Citd de l'Independance. ry coplgl ke tVron1h t. It- i
Sorbonne graduate Josie mar- ferrying gasoline' up 'nd diou
veiled at the architecture of the the Seine, she was refitted and
Cathedral and other new build- put to sea agtln destination
ingi in the City, commenting on Vancouver.
the imagination and talent as cGrabez hasn't reached Van-
.well as the obvious technical cover yet, and it is not likely
knowledge of the architect that she will, but a lot of other
Arriving in Port au Prince from ports have been ticked off on the
Gonaives last weekend, the En- journey.
glish Mariner and faithful First The Changing Crew
Mate have been enjoying a gay Teamed with an R.A.F, flyer



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With $150 in his pocket from
the transaction, the yacht wound
Haiti his way up to Toronto.
rovers Hait Hazel and Chris got jobs and
S S P r settled down" to live in Canada,
Se, Scener.y defect while Harry got mixed up with
a party-going crowd, met an old
yacht-racing partner Uhnk Hill
whom he had last seen*in En-
gland in'19'31, then met the great
boat-builde1' Bob (Timber) Davis.
The only thing that managed
Sto check the hectic tenor of life
1 in Canada was four-inch ice which
S : l laid the bort, up solid in Kings
ton, Ontario.
Then Harry worked in sHip-
4 yards in Canada and across the
U.S. border, Wangled a job as an
assistant gardener, and some lo-
'vely bon through his appealing
d'g Kede, so-l hei- lasted:out the
winter of 48. '
th dogs happily bask in Haitian sun, m',Vhen the ice cracked, the
.Grabeu was southbound again.
'and an Arm. veteran, Harry forg In New York, Harry-sold all the
ed south, reached the Iberian pe- drawings and articles `he 'had
ninsula an.] stopped for a marti- ddhe anr failed to sell in Canada,
ni. netted $15.00-on the_.t-...-
As the days drifted by the ,'What 'was ix 4'.the "
crew became' disgusted with him a ;,regular Job *i .4 i .ntf
and he became revolted at the "-Zine.,.ljboai^'b a ....-a. ''if
sight of them so things began to 1. : regular ib"tqh' eY iae '"
be rather tense on the "Grabe.. (his last a pear i'
Luck.. 11 d.S he. was:..wel.1.
Luckily, this was also the si- Odtob& i.O 's '" was: we"..
tuation existing in the other 'equipped'A:QItkbread. and rumn
yachts gathered, together at Gi- as he set si l' or'the Bahamas.
braltar so a general barter of The he.coere a th a-
crews was carried out and Harry sign ne &n .pflg. the annal'






e~~androntentmentt ,egnn eve-^ pil ^ k anhe adnngl"
drew a couple of 'rather decent aehti J Guide ...... whi ch_ .;he
chapse -. both fresh from the hp ma'e.btble- .te. boat-.
Serdces. worl"t I - i
Finally, the boat put out of 1"-He alkic'rnerd'aft s:-..mg%
Gibraltar and charted a course 'rain- surge v 'as bo .n "4
sug.tho was;. In:.
for the Canary Islands where one of. gs .pae. ..ha.
ma)Ipfnts Alu,.ad.,
of the crew-miembers, -Pat,, de- bFeen Iraetqi medlie-z.
served temporarily to fly home, lands for'tlilast... lrb,
get married and hurry back for months By' "e e -Ah ied,
the Atlantic crossing., ad are ju .. met te
aW&dfg: ieto =.take,.;,
Barbadoes was the first port.-a ieal h oon;:,-, .r.t ;'
of call after 23 days across the The Ethelre tzio tbeii4M t
Atlantic, cruising before a suode- trip to the ot.e-.slinds 'of tiol
rate Trade Wind, feet on the till- West Indies since 1948, are leav-
er and contentment reigning eve- iig port this week and heading r
rywhere, for Miragoane, then home to tas- e
sAt the nextstep, Thaidid, the fa.t" i
;crew signed off and Mike went Ther verdiet:c Haiti is the
to/work for a Port of Spain news most beautiful of the Antilles\"r
paper. So Etheridge picked up ISipenE ptB
a newly-wed couple -- an En-
tglishmn named -Chris and his p
Trinida 'an wfe Hazel for the r vl
journey to Canada.
No Hope Of Vancouver
AWe looked at the map of Ca-. By EMILE ROiUM
nada and gave utp hope ofsaiin
all the way round to Vancouver Trope pousser bale tnesse. I
on the Pacific coast., Harry said vement littirature en Haiti va rd
'So we closed our eyes and stuck crivains pap rdsoude' yo 6cri cot
a pin in the map. That's how we rellement sans effort.
picked Lake Ontario*. Haza va fait oun Jacques Roul
After a tour of the West Indian paraite, exceptions qmu band rd
islands, the yacht nosed north- fail ti commerce en dntail toui
wards to New York and Harry creole cab dresser Bouqbi pou b.
Etheridge walked into the edito- Goha le Simple enRgypite, Bab
rial office of a yachting magazine temps na vIl employs frinci, C
to try to sell some of.his sketches. puisque Ian point oun oseul mis
,Good,. the editor said. But cash trois mille Oolumes. .
we prefer this kind of thing., DdjA, nou gain ti habitants q
And he produced some clipp- que tel minus habeas, cretin, 'sa
ings of old drawings Harry, him- parmi ngs qui pa canmarade Ii.
self, had sold to other magazines Lan. 6 dCcembre reception Ia
during his pre-war career as prdsidence Magloire t6 band ac
free-lance writer and illustrator. prdsidente bureau communautai
think I could do something Eh bien, A 'part discourses franc
like that*. theridge said, with- Roger Boncy c6 oun bdrn human
out letting on thqt he was the Goiverneurs La Rosic (Basse R
much-admired artist. faith oun discourse criole qui soul
la. Le lendemain et con nou y-a
core revenue de maitrise ti habit
fond.
En bas pongpite moin, m'gaix
morne qu'a faik.oufr.'professi Por
Crdole, i pa langue pou oun a
lan poche-li. C6 langue Saite, lan
Quant A bagaifle yo r616 pois!
mnountri jeunesse moune qul 'icri
cou P. J. Toulet, Levet, Segalen
Ian angli pou'n di cou Rupert B
Mamua, or ni nou va
Sans creole,' hittirature francs
Prend Rimbaud par example lar
Poux.

surement Rimbaud ti connin oun
rnl alcius la, ci lI'qu' baffle oun
...un sifflem
reprise stur la livre ou disir d
Nou pas ouii ci alcius ac toute


r*-. ; ' .; -'.,. ;..; ]-, . -. .-"
...'=',,-
[ER, Jitmie...
. . , -"..,
Yo-riette batte flanc yo, rhidu- '
t'.oun dicalcomamn-.tant qs'- q -"
u dio coul laIn source, natu -
r .' i .,: ..--
tain, oun Alexis, oun Depestre
igle la pi du. Seul creole -yaa
inm commerie en gros,. seul .
al' oun forme acceptable Xbu
i Gagno en Bulgarie. Tojite
c6 en centimes pou'n copter
rable en Haiti qui cab vende
ii manyen creole la pi'bieb
acripant qu'ap cherchi rang
Commune -pou 56me annse
* habitants, Mmd. Carl Cave,
res t6 fi descende.
. prefet a (Toute connin que
niste) secretaire communaut6
ivine-irCharles) Brinor Jules
levi enthousiasme assistance
encore vlle Jirrtie pas en-
ant-a ]an forme comme.lan /
n deux iA trois icrivains lIdn
t-au-Prince valsi.en place.
bruti joinde la'jan pou four
gue timpla.
ie, c0 movement ga-a qu'a
it ac inspiration pays chaudq
L. Nous seul nou cab prend
rooke.
fini.
a mine incomprehensible.
n pobme: La Chercheuse de

audelaire t6 soti Miragoine,
haitienne, parce que ga nou
Description No. 1.
ent, salive
.e baiser.
sue, aie li?


Thieves Break Into
First Jewelry Store
Thieves broke- into Haiti's
first jewelry store during the
Christmas holidays taking $1,100
in luxury watches.
The robbery, committed dur-
ing the night of Wednesday De-
cember 21, still remains a mys-
tery, but police investigations are
being carried out.
Jean Fosy Laham, proprietor
of the beautiful' new storA on
rue. Bonne Foi, discovered the
theft when the store was opened
for busine, Thurrday morning.
The main :iow 'window was
smashed and the entire selection
of watches on display --- Vache-
ron &. Constantli,jaRyvado, Er-
nest'.Borei .W; I W', .- was
lost", .. '
*-He et~i1Mreat$S-'fltSitn that
the' metal'I'ereeh "*aVclsed and
this prevented discovery of ie -
hold theft. /
It is to be hoped that policem-.
yestigation7 will be successfui.n
WFidiigefi daring robbers, .
.aise tai'-type of crime, hith
va'irtiU knownn in 'Haiti,
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,AGE 4 '
I iPAGE 4 ______________


Sunday JANUARY, 1st 195$


MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Grant Dailey, of Chicago, hono-
CONFERENCE i jrary member of the Medical 'As-
C NFER NC sociation ot Haiti.
INAUGURATED Dr. Constant tPlerre Louis wel-
corned the Chief of State in a
The annual Conference of the brief, eloquent address, pointing
Haitian Medical Association.was dbt for h'is attention some of the
inaugurated Tuesday in the Me- more pressing problems the medic
dical Faculty under the patrana- al prfessioA in this Republic. Dr.
ge of His Excellency the Presi- PierreN-Moel also delivered a wel-
dent of the Reppblic. j coming speech, ending with an in-
President iMagloire arrived at vitation to the large attendance to
10:00 a.m. to a Salute from his 'visit the windows where pharma-
Guard and a welcome frpm a' ceutic products and surgical ins-
committee colhposed of Mr. Ge- truments of Haitian and foreign
rard- Nau (Protocole), Faculty firms were on exhibition.
DeaniDr. lucien Pierre Noel, Dr Accompanying the Chief of
Constant Piere-Louis. President State were Dr. Elie Villard, Se-
uf'the Association, Dr. Edouard cretary of Stite for Health,, and
Roy (member) and Dr. Ulysses Army Staff Officers.


1j 0sph report


CHLORAT THROWERS
SOUGHT
IN DIPLOMATIC
INCIDENT


(-z.&..--.-- / a~t ,, Police n~e--.tJgations be-
ing carried out to disco(-r the
_____________perspon ou persons guilty t.A "trow
,ing a firecracker- into the resi-
-Robert (Shango) Baussan has the snazziest new Continental Ford dence at Turgeau of Mr. William
Maurice St=rk hired a new .ard-boy 8:00 a.m. Tuesday. When his Fernandez, secretary of the Libe-
wife.ci-me back to their Turgeau home 1000 a.m. after a brief shop- rian Embassy in Haiti, the night
,ing trip, she found the boy gone and almost everything that could be of Friday December 23 rd.
moved out of the house... Mr. Fernandez complained to
-Dapper, smiling Carlo Angelini is back in town with the Italian the Police this week that while
Embassy, .after an 'bsence of 5..years... Two of the years between were his wife and five young children


spent in Lima Peru, others at the Foreign Office in Rome...
-The Regie du Tabac, winning a world-wide reputation for fine
cigars, distributed ash trays and cigarette lighters to the newspapers
last week... Director Fernand Magloire showed his inventive genious
in the choice of motifs for the ssh-jrays...
-Aboard the New Amsterdam, which caught the beginning of our
sunny weather Wednesday after the two rainy days last week, was
Fordham University's President Father Lawrence Mc Kinley, of the
Jesuit Order... He-il almover aboard the vessel during the holidays...
-Leo Pinchinat's place on the Government Council was taken by


were alone a group ot young men-
entered the yard -actually being
so bold as to enter the verandah-
and threw a -petard. into the hall.


HFasco .Buys Out
Plantation Dauphin


E:mmanuel Leconte iu:3u a.m. wednesday... An impressive ceremony 9,670 shares in -Plantation Dau-
accompanied the Investiture....i -Leo is off to his job as inspector of phin, previously owned by the
Diplomatic Missions in Europe... heirs of Mr. Andre de Coppet and
-Artists 6f tife Jecan Gosselin Company (Comedie de Paris) flew in other former shareholders, ere
on a special Air France ship Friday morning for another tour of Haiti 'bought last week by the Haytian
...The *Comedie de Paris. will sta4 their plays off at the Rex January American Sugar Company.
6, plan three productions at the French Institute .for students... The transaction was finalised
-The Oloffson inaugurated its weekly Tuesday night show this past December 21.
week with Ciceron, drummer par excellence who toured with Kathe- HASCO retains 9663 shares and
rine Dunham, and lovely Adrienne Dejoie who sang a series of 'songs the remaining seven have been
of terror.... A pat on the back for the Roger Costers... itributed among the seven
members of the new Administra-
LOST ......REWARD Contents: lorgnettes, drivers li- tive'C6otncil: HenryR. Benjamin,
White, beaded hand-bag lost cence with name Mrs Arthur Bbr- S-:F-P. Clark, P.B. Clark, Frederic
between. Chanteclair and the Ca- den, $100, and important papers. E: Hasler, Robert L. Pettigrew,
sinmo. Finder return to Haiti -tIn Finder may also keep cash ($100) Jean-Claude Leger, *D. J. Lung-
(phone 2061) and claim reward, found in bag. witz.
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"i T IHAITI SUN .
STHE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
H Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning-
j: EDITOR-PUBLISHER BEANARD DIEDERICH .
,GER.ALNT-RESPONSABLE PAUL E. NAJAC
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CARIN9VAL IN HAITI COULD BE ADVERTISED
B'% STAMPS
Miari:. Gras 1956 is shaping uip as the biggest Nalional Ce-.
lebrat[L.t this country has known tor a long, long time A
three-ir,.; circus from the States, a host of lovqhlies from neigh
bou.inuw "arib resorts, more and better floats..
But l:e. most encouraging aspect of the Carnival p)r;parat-
ions ii .t they have been started well in advanced.
- The f.!ayor and Commune, as well as other officials concern-
ed, ar'. ,ackling the big task with time enough to have every-


S111 'lidont.etr o Ave Northeast
Wabhington 2 DC USA
D2cembier 17. 1953.
Dear Macdame LaJporiLCe.


the people' are so kind. All rriy ings to you and best wishes for
friends know that-I lbve both. a wonderful New Year.
Miks Smith, the cd-ordinator
of last Sunimer's group is plann- Whenever you comtne to my
ing to have another group visit town please get in touch with
in summer of 1956. No doubt I me that I may do some kindnes
will be in the group and will see for you.
you early in the trip. Very Truly' Yours,
Remember me to you husband
and daughter, Christmas greet- Martha W. SCOTT.
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Wednesday Night


.\ lIl-. rL. dL.>., nitl mean liat -CANI L
llougihi.i do not comi, your way ,
often Th. L- papei,' .'erc rcceiv d DINE AND' DANCE,
and each member of the group ., ..


thing jr-zanized like clockwork by February 15th, was most pleased to see hzr name
' !t ;,,uld be a pity if this wonderful show should not draw in print. I did not show the pic-
the tourists who would flock to Port au Prince if they knew ture because I knew each wou!d
of tr.t socialal plans and the date of the Carnival want t and it could not be divid-
But h.is is what will happen If the Carnival is undlerpubli-led.
cised. And the best form of cheap, effective publicity would When life is dull and I .am
be a special stamp, advertising ,,Come to Mardi Gras in Haiti tired aid bored I read my Haiti
Feb. 12-!5th>., which could be put on all letters going abroad. Sun anid look at the pictures
snapped in Haiti. Such an arm
PHARMACIES IN RESIDENTIAL AREA ARE SIGNS chair trip is quite refreshing.
OF HOPE FOR NEW YEAR Yodr country is so beautiful and
As rAie.New Year is brought in, new, modern pharmacies ____
are goitg up in the residential areas like Turgeau and Bois _-=
Verna.
The chic buildings, clinically clean and attractively design- _l-=.,
ed, lend a suburban air to the old streets, reniiniscent of 1 27 ai ii.
countries like the U.S. and Canada where the corner drug-
store is almost universal.
They offer greater tc6nvenience to mothers and housewives
who previously had to brave the heat and bustle of downtown .
Port au Prince for'anything more medical than an aspirin... '
and a sign of hope for the future of this city's urbanisation. .,,-


TOURIST CARD FOR CUBANS A BOOST.
FOI OUR TOURISM (G
The visit of a delegation from Cuba over the Christmas sea-
son is another illustration of the growing bonds of amity
between Haiti and her sister republic.
More and more Haitians are travelling to near-by Cuba, and
an increasing number of Chbans span the narrow channel to
Haiti. I I
Interest in Haiti is extremely alive among the Cuban popu-
lation, and many of the itttransit passengers reportedly have
inquired about visiting Haiti for a few hours while their air-
craft is being serviced at Bowen Field.
But this they. cannot do without a visaed passport, under
the present system of immigration laws. So many -potential
shoppers and sightseers are lost to the local tourist trade,
If a tourism card Were issued, to the citizens of the neighbour
ing state, it would be Ynore convenient for them to visit this
city. Tourist cards could even be sold at our airport.
This would involve no loss of revenue, because the cost of
a visa is practically the same as the price for which a tourist
card could be sold.


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PROFESSOR ASMAR TELLS Ti

ADLAI U.S. PRESIDENT -WORLD WAR IN 56
IKE, CHURCHIIJ. TO DIE -
MARGARET WILL MNIARRY TOWNSEND AS
CHURCH STATE SEPARATE -
MAGLOIRE FACES PROBLEM
If you believe Hitler is dead. Perc'n. and, later, the lall o
you are completely off the beat husband.
according to Jose Daniar Asmar Asnma;- also predicted Hi
Who puts more faith in the stars escape and declares that
than in Linge's confession, eminent ex-dictator is still
Asmar, a oProfessor, with a doc- and -cherming. travelling
torate in ,Filosofia ," letras' as coun-try to country reorgar
well as an ,Escritor a cPsicolo- his forces under Franco's pi
go., %.Sociologo) and Astrologo tion.
Ci entif i Co Internacionai-, is The star, and his charts
also fairly cjinfi-ci in the astrolger
S certain that Hitler is going to be a key f
t Adlai Ste- in te Third World War
SS venson is duled for this year and the
".' Adlai'Ste in the Third WVorld War --
g o into two.
"- w take h i s Ike and Churchill
appointed
S place at the With a new War brewing
pl c head of the ler haunting the earth, and
A m erican co sharpening his claws. A
SNation as paints an even blacker piety
so on as the future: Ike and Churchil
next year's both die this year, he says.
presi d e n- Amomg his other sensat
trial votes are counted. Anyway, predictions is that of the m
he is certain Dick Nixon doesn't ge of Captain Peter Townse
stand a chance Princess Margaret of 'Engla


I ,And this astrologer claims he
doesn't usually make mistakes.
He showed a scrap book of
clippings from newspapers in
which he predicted the.tiflumph
of General Franco which came
true in 1936, the Second World
War and its consequences, the
fall of Farouk, the election of
Ike, the death of StaIh and Var-
gas, whom he told he would ret
show sign as president and commit
I suicide, and the death of Eva


IE FUTURE


f her

tier's
this
alive
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sizing
rotec

have
that
igure
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next


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Fran-
Asmar
ire of
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ional
arria-
nd to
and--


immediately after the disesta- _19
blishment of the Church of En-'
gland. A
M1agloire's Problem
The Venezuelan seer, born on
the island of Margarita (home-
base of the Venezuela pearls'
brings 18 years practise, four a
years study in Los -Angeles and Ll
hundreds of painfully made
charts to bear on the future,
wringing its secrets from close-,
moufled destiny by a deft con-
neclion with the position of the
miooln aind stars.
This enables the dark haired,.
nervously quivering prophet to
Slate with assurance that Presi-,
dent Magloire is going to come
,vis A \is> with a problem thisi-"
year may make him repeat his I '1i.
declaration that he will not stand i.
again for President. I ON
But if the popular Chief of rr
State wants to go back for anot-
her tenn, he is certain to sweep
the field, he adds. AGENTS
As for Haiti, the sombre man HAITI


foretold, this is the yeai- -. -ave.
for a rainy da.y'. .luly is t.,-g t9
b- a boom montl but t%.'are,
.pas de baniboche, becaub from
August until the end of WVar Ill
a deep-rooted depression ,oin:
to grip Haiti.
The Personal Touch
Asintar, who arrived here from
the Dominican Republic on
Christmas Eve, warns thal the
Benefactor is in for a spot ot
trouble within the n2. rtwo
yerrs.
A touring proplihete v.oi has
i''-ited 26 countries in t;-.e past
18 years, is concerned chiefly
with making predictions about
nations, presidents and people in
general, but he also make.- a few
private studies for indiVicauals.
advising them what to do with
regard to their future in order
to improve their lot in life.
Senor Asmar, a publisher of
well-read horoscopes, uses birth,
days and the constellations as ef.
fectively in predicting events in
private lives as he does in mal;-
ing more general prophecies.
He may be seen, by appoint
ment at Hotel Majestic, Champs
de Mars where is headquartered
during his short stay.


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IS NATIONAL INDUSTRY GETTING A FAIR DEAL?


Foundry Fights Up-Hill Battle

To Keep 5(Rechlauds, On Fires
In t:-.' pr.iny monotuny of in v'c'arsi- in Canada studying? Agro-
tcinim naleII mnuild 'i the blast i'r, c.n-:I' to hs B rccaa: ra,,312 ccrti-
ing lie-at o:' roaring furnaces, two ficate won here. then started
younr men both Haitian horn ranching in South Haiti.
- toil week after week alongside 'But.. he says shrewdly. I
their worker.:, producing the ar- kn.vw w'her the future ot the
tidcles which local industryy linds country lies So I studied up
indispensable. on metalurgy and here I am. .'
Both men are hrn wny and in- His business associate is the
dustrious, but they have a. "n son 61' the German born fndus-
amassed the teglninal know-hio'. jtrialist who produces most of
which they need for their pre- Hlaiti's local made candles, nails,
cise! often delicate takes. -hoelaccs and indigo (see our
Ruard MAnrio Pierre-I--itu! int S5;uc-i in a large concrete
and Rudy Bertlihold p!ougherid building adjacent to the ouIndr'..
though volumes of' technical in- fRudy Britiold also studied in I
forinaton before beginning t1oilr 'the UnitL-d Slates. wcrk.ng .our,
foundry' a year-and a lihalf ago. years in 'various factorie-, and
Pierrc-Louis added 8 months his mechanical knowledge is one
Stateside training and three I of the firm's assets. I


VULCAN'S WORKMEN at right are the three men in control -Pier-
re.Loih, Castro and Berthold ,
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The Third Man
SThird man in the technical
combine is Dominican Jose Cas-
tro whose fourteen years expe-
rience in a Ciudad Trujilo iron
fouljndry forms the basis for the
system governing the twenty-one
unskilled labdurers,; employed by
the Berthold-Pierre-Louis team.
The system looks as if it dates
back to Vulcan st6el-museled
men working silently -in the
shadowy light of a large, one-room
ed building, digging earth from
the unpaved floor, sifting it .and
forcing it into moulds. Hundreds
qf bowl-shaped heaps of harden-
ed earth growing gradually into
thousands as each ..day's tally
is achieved.
By Saturday endless rowe
o these heaps cover
te floor of Dhe factory.
Then moulds are placed over
them, one at a time and the
furnace is stoked into a blazing
inferno filled part with coke and
part with scrap iron. From this
furnace a stream of molten me
tal is drawn and poured into ,ie
moulds. When it cools, a c re-
chaud v covers each heap, of
bowl-shaped earth. '. "
The 4 reahauds ., cooldking
pots without which no
peasant household is com-
plete, 'are not the only.
products of the Chancerelles
foundry.. Another peasant essent-
ial P the clothes-Iron .'- is a
favourite, item, at a dollar fifty
cents in the retail stores. -.
But there are times when' gives
way to challenge dand precision
jobs have to be undertaken. ,
. Counter-blocsk for.the Brandt
ilature of the Usine Mailsen,
giant sugar boilers (,-coppers3
in the British' islands), 1-ton'
rollers for- mills in Port au Prin-
ce, and Cap Haitian 43 grates for,
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Sunday JANUARY st 1956
Sunday JAN UARV, 1st 1958


AN ENCHANTED EVENING IN SALTROU


An Avant-Garde Report
By -
cc Mouche a
: eSsim,'.' by an anonymnons .-
Sreader.
: Mair.3treet in Saltrou dole-
ful darling donkeys carrying
Schunky churly charcoal for
those delicious home-cooked
meals of the Haitian cluisrne -
just a dot of pimento -a dash
of imagination and a pinch of
arsenic. 'But our roving Re-
nault goes on strike cen pan-
nes. An old kindly looking wo-
man a black patch over one
Seye (is she modeling for
Hathaway Shirts?) smoking
a siLa iler looking pipe (trying
to look like that famous pho-'
togranh by O'NeilP-invites us


to hlier caille for a ati grog"
-Such a cunning caille fro-
licking flowers and porphyry
pigs in mad profusion even
an elegantly mangy dog and
those primitive paintings all
over the wobbly walls real
gone.
Our hostess explains she
is-the Haitian Grandma Moses
just waiting to be discover-
ed waiting, oh such a' long
time ever since President
Hyppolite lost his Panama hat
but now we've discovered
her to De Wilt the path to
glory leads but to the Centre
d'Art (this is not a paid adver-
tisement ).
And so we sit before-this
enchanted caille gay. goats


galivanting about our sandalerd
(courtesy Belle Cr6olel.feet -
puny pigs parading about our
oversized (courtesy Fisher i baq
-pouting poinsettias and bur-
geoning bougainvilleas over.
head- mysterious moren<
mourning mirthlessly in the
distance the cling-ling-ling
is the iceman cometh the
clac-clac-clac as the Chattanoo
ga shoeshine boy passes as
we sip our rhum sans ,soda-
night must fall.
It falls and so does the
dust which our hostess combs
out of her long grey tresses (no
Italian Boy Cuts here) while
an elegantly elusive cat meows
softly looking for love and
dehydrated dogs dabble in dc-


luges of dilapidated dung er off into the wild blue yond-
looking for bones cr on foot-alas, poor Re-
And so to bed to toss. per. nault, I knew it well taking
chance to dream -white sheet, with us oh, Art where is Thy
I loved beside the kerosinc- Sting ? -our discovery. Haiti's
lamp white. )ink-tipped Grandma Moses. who true
sheets are paradise enoV. Nev. to H-aiti in her fashion car-
er slept better mosquitoes ries the Renault upon her
softly swinging on beer-can grizzly head hiding her ele-
chandeliers singing me into gantly toothless gums with a
Morpheus' arms the perfume Mona Lisa smile.
of perforated papayas handing And so dear Reader-wait
heavy on my hemoglobin.- for our next thrilling adventu-
And so I wake a glorious re- entitled: Stars fell on
morning, such as rnly in" Hai- Fonds Cochon ,
ti Van Gogh yellow sun ----- --
Alice blue sky -- Schiaparelli
shocking pink begonias. TOURISTS POUR IN
Now a cup of delicately:,
scented delicious coFfee (Hai itlian packetboat ,Vulcania .
ti's main export and we saunt- shed 554 pssengcrs in Port au
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Ave. Marie-Jeanne
Cite de l'Exposition


HK L A Ir


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


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LA BELLE CI*OLE


SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK IN PORT-AU-PRINCE
------ ,------------------------------------------------__________________________!____________ ^


NATIONAL PALACE






(hamp de Mars
Open 'daily except Sunday from 8-2
Raising Lt.erlng of Flag, R a. m.-S p. m.

NATIONAL MUSEUM








Champ de Mars
Open daily except Sundays

PALAIS DES BEAUX ARTS







Aiz Palmlstes. Exposition Grounds
Open da.ly from 9 5
Art Exhibitions

MUSEE DU PEOPLE IIHAITEN






Aux Palmlates, Exposition Grounds
Open daily from 2 5
For further information
ee your Travel Agent


FOYER DES ARTS PLASTIQUES


Aux PalmLstes, Exposition Grounds
Open dally from 9 5
Permanent Art Exhibltiom


ART CENTER

Rue de I&
ERdvolutilon


Phone: 2055


Open dally except Sunday from 9 I
Current Art Shows


IRON MARKET


tm


Orad'Bue
Open daily from I 4
ipeelial Market days on Saturdays


METROPOLITAN


CATHEDRAL

BASILIQUE
de Notre-Dame
(Catholic)


Potion Plaza
Open daily from 4 6

COLONIAL CATHEDRAL


^LOldest Church
In Port au Prince
For visit hours see
Your Travel Agent


leltlon Plaza
Open dally

ESP[SCOPAL CATHEDRAL







Rue Pave (Near PAA Offices)
Open dally
Famous for lits beautiful Haitian Murald


THEATRE DE VERDURE







Aux Pahlmstes, Exposition Grounds
Open Tuesdays and Thursdays
Evening for folklore shows


STA DIUM PAUL E. LMAGLOIME






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

COCK-FIGHT ARENA







.\ux Palmlstes. Expoqltion Grounds
Eight Saturdays arternoons
and Sundays morning


UNDERSEA GARDENS


-- fa Iroquoll


Port-au-Prlnce Bay
lass bolttom hoal leaves
Dally Casino Pier 9:30 a.m.


La Belle Creole


J'Ras Roux




The Caribbean's Most .
.Unique Shopping Center
Open daily from S 5 Phone: 311T

MUSICAL FOUNTAIN






CIt de 1'ExppOsitlon, Exposltion Groinds
Claslcal Concerts
a'l Wednesday and Sunday nights
rrom 7 1-0 p. m.

PLACE DES HEROS






Champ de oMa
Open Auditorium
Sunday Concerts from 7-9 p.m.
For farther Information
see your Travel Agent

PETION -,DESSALEM




RUG
Mir. Guluox


Open daily except Sumday


Bois Vernma
Open 24 Hours





RENDEZ VOUS


Citd de lrpmsilloam
Air-conditioned srE-danme
Open from sunset to sunriag


Le Perchoir




tioutfllllers
World-renowned
Mounialn-top Restaurant,
Dancing a.nd Git Shop
Phone: 2105

CASINO INTERNATIONAL






Cat6 de l'Jxpostiton
Gambling and Dancing
Open every night
Floorshow on Wednesdays Phone: 3076


CA3ANE CHOUCOUNE


PktioavlUg
Famous Nightclub
Open on Saturday Nights Phone: 7T30

HOTEL RIVIERA




HOTEL


Martlssant


Phone: 3151


Alr-condtlUoned Bar Dancing
Excellent orchestra, folklore floomshows

EL RANCHO HOTEL







PdtlonvllM
Dinner dances on Mondays, Wednesdays
'nd Fridays
I Phone: 7888


HOTEL IBO LELE

HOTEL






PRtionvtlle
Dinner dances on
ruesdays and Fridays Phone: 7886

THORLAND CLUB


Carrefour Road
Swim cocktails
Tennis


Phone: 2465


4U 4tSe& FRMEE POQTSYOPS


NAL. BANK OF THE REPUBLIC






Geffrard Square
Open dally except
Saturday and Sundays frpm 9 1I
Phone: 2263

ROYAL BANK OF CANADA






Geffrard Square
Open dally except
Saturday and Sundas
from 9.-1I-Phone: 226 '


AIR LINES





PAA- Phone:.2451
KLM-- Phone:-'35 f
DELTA Phone: 3;13 "
CUBANA- Phone:.3200
AVIATION ADH- Phone: 2613.'
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CATHOLIC SERVICES
Cathedral: 4, 6, 7'30 and 8:30 am.
Sacre-Comur: 5:30, 7. 8,:30 a.m.
St. Anne: 4, 7 and 8 a.m.
St G6rard: 4, 5:30 and 8:30 am.
St. Louis de France: 8 and 9 a.m.
Sixtine Chapel (Cit de I'Expositionj
10 a.m
St. Pierre (PItionvllle): 4, 6, 8
and 9:30'a.m.
Ste. Thdrese (PdUonvlle): 6 anm.
EPISCOPAL
Cathedral: French 6 and English 7 aLm. '
French 8 a.m.
Baptisl Church: 9 and 10 a m.
Presbyterian: 9 and 10 am.
METHODIST
ST. PAUL A.MX.
4-6 a. m.-9-1l a. m.
11:30 12:30 Enilish
7-9 p m. Evening
METHODIST CHURCH:
Rue de Ia Revolution:
1:00 English-9:00 French
6:30 Evangelistic service In creoole
BUREAU DU TOURTISMZ
Avenue Marle-Jeanne.
Cite de I'ExposltUon
Phone: ,618
Office hours: 8-1 p.m


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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, want you to have a very
pleasant and enjoyable stay in this lovely and hospitable
Island.I
Haiti Sun (your newspaper) in collaboration with La
Belie 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


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Haitian.Handowen Fabrics
haitian Handwoven Rugs
Cameras and Films
Patek PhiApe
OMEGA & Tissot Watches
French Perfumes:
Guerlain, Dana,
Linvin, Worth,
SPatou, Le GalLon,
SCaron, Milot,
Carven, Fath
Christian Dior,
SRochas, Chanel,
- Schiaparelli,
Nini Rici, Corday,
Raphael, Piquet,
Coty & Houbigant
Liqueurs:
Courvoisier, Otard,
Bisquit, Hennessey, .
Napoleon, Martell,
Domecq, Drambuie,
Cheery Heering,
Marie Brizard,
Harvey's Bristol Cream
Armagnac, Chartreuse,
Cointreau,
Haytiah Rhum:
Ihum Barbancourt
Haytian Music:
The Most Complete
Assortment of the
Various Rytlnms.
Haytian Voodoo Inspired
Jewelry
Haytian Mahoganyware
Handpainted Tissues
Haytian Sculptored Mahogany
Heads
Haytian Turtle-shell Jewelry
Jewelry from aj over the
World -
- Exqduisitely Beautiful
Beaded Bags
HRnd-embroidered Blouses,
Skirts, etc..
Hand-painted, Skirts,
Kerchiefs, Stolek, etc.
Haytian Paintings
Haytian Ceramics
Haytian Postcards
(we mail them for you).


e.


Dunlop Golf-Balls
(great savings)
Dunlop Tennis Balls
(great savings)
Orrefors
Kislav Gloves
Pringle Cashmere
Royal Copenhagen
Indian Embroidered Bags
Petit Point Bags
Limoges
Wedgwood
Minox Cameras


French Chantilly Laces
Swiss Embroideries
frish Linens


In Port-au-Prince
everybody meets at
eThe Fountainv in
La BoUlle Creole for
Fruit and Fruit Juices
Eggs and Omelettes
Waffles and Hot Cakes
Soft Drinks, Beer
Crisp and Cold Salads
Chef's Special
Sandwiches
Ice Creams, Sundaes
Cigars and Cigarettes

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Spnsrfishing Equipment
Bathing Trunks
Native Po!os for Men
Dunh;ll pipes
Borsalino Hats
Rolls Razors


Sift shop ^


Unusual among Gift Shops of The prices, the fixei
the world, is the branch of LA licy, the sales slip
BELLE CREOLE -located on purchase, with Lhe d
the terrace of the LE PER- the firm's name, are
CHOIR, the famous restaurant
on top of BOUTILLIERS
MOUNTAIN, overlooking Port
au Prince.
Through the wide windows
v( Le Perchoir Gift Shop the
shopper's eyes are drawn from
the attractive show. cases, to the Located in the sh
breath-taking beauty or nearly w-here one can sip H
two thousand squatre miles of punch, 'ea, co.Tee, sc
Hispaniola's plans, mountains or wheie one can he
and sea, lying 3.300 feet below, meal snack of s:jnd
SSpacious, and always cool. ke, ice cream, whili
Le Perchoir Gift Shop offers The combination c
the same high quality French fort, spectacular vi
perfumes. Haitian jewelry, dan- lent merchandise, a
dicraft, books, paintings and ment, make a shop;
hundreds of other gift items, LE PERCHOIR G
assembled from the far corners a pleasant and prc
di the earth, as in the mother perience a high
store, La Belle Creole, in town. in your travels.


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d price po-
with every
guarantee of
e identical.


op is a bar
laitian rum
oft drinks-
yve a'i wveen
wiches, ca-
e shopping.
if cool com-
iew, excel-
nd refresh-
ping trip to
[FT SHOP
)fi:able ex-
spot indeed


HAITIAN $ATURS MMVT

AN UNFUFTTATIe UXPEIENCE


By Mary Johnson
Gaiety is 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.
And 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


feet above Port-au-Prince and
its emerald 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.
Then the lights go on and the
curving bayshore is outlined in
a necklace of shimmering
pearls. On the bieezeswept
Lerrace, guests can watch cars
step at the Dominican border
20 miles away. '
Whether it's -a thick state-
side steak or an ethereal Rum
Gouffl4, Le Perchoir food is
superbly prepared and elegant-
ly served. Felix Gu-gnard and
-ds orchestra provides music for
dancing.
The International Casino, a
swank establishment run by a
staff imported from Monte-
Carlo, is one of the major
points of interest during the
summer and winter tourist lea
sons. There one can dine on
excellent Italian food end 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 in the bree-
zeswept Exposition Grounds
is the Open Air Theatre de
Verdure where visitors can
attend the bi-weekly shows puw
on by the talented National
Folklore Troupe.
Around the curve of the bay
is the newly remodeled Hotel
Riviera with its huge air-con-
ditioned Bamboche Room and
circular bar. The bar's revol-
ving center serves as the stage
for Michel Desgrottes tri-lin-
gual crooning and a nightly
floor show The white-faced Ban-
da dancer, is Minsky's in rever-
se, a comedian, par excellence.


Other leading hotels have
special dinner dansants once or
twice a week. Visitors should
not miss an opportunity to hear
Haiti's internationally known
male Dejean Choir which per-
forms at Hotel Ibo Lele on Fri-
day evenings during the Sea-
son. The El Rancho features Ti
Ro Ro, Haiti's number one dru-
mmer, and members of the Na-
tional Folklore Troupe on
Friday evening and other spe-
cial dance nights which vary
according to the season. Hotel
Dambala has a Saturday night
chicken barbeque beside its illu-
minated pool, with and orches-
tra providing music for outdoor
dancing on its marble patio. The
Villa Creole's Big .Night is
Thursday evening with a Hai-
tian Buffet served beside its
pool in a gala tropical garden
decor and, of course, dancing.
The roof garden at Hotel Chou-
coune is open for dinner dan-
cing 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 still served
for .20 a glass. There is an en-
trance fee which varies depen-
ding upon the entertainment
for the evening. The Cabane
Choucoune often features lea-
ding foreign entertainers.
Saturday night is also the
night for taking trips into the
nearby hills to attend the pea-
sant bamboches, or non-reli-
gious dances held in open eton-
nelles to the pulsing beat of
the voodoo drums. It's an UN.
FORGEITABLE exporienee.
Foi late Stayer uppers any


night of the week, Dan Allen's
Rendez-vous across form the
internationall Casino goes -troag
until all hours. And along
about 1 a. m., the joint is usual-
ly hopping with oldtime Ame-


rican favorites, such as Aleaen.
der's Ragtime Band.
For seafood and such spe-
cialties as Fried Frogs Legs,
there is the bayshore restau-
rant known as Fishbowl. The
food is excellent, the view inte-
resting. Another nore luxu-
rious Sea-food restaurant dan-
sant is planned for The Sete
of Ki Pi not for from the Fish-
bowL
For dinner minus dancing,
there is Petionville's Le Picar.
di a French-run Pension fea-
turing Esoargot, pepper steak
and the sort of food rarely seen
or tasted off the Midi. In Port-
au-4Prince, Aux Cosaques is
known for its tasty flaming
!obster 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-
mrnesick for southern fried chic-
ken that is just where you'll
find it a block from the Na-
tional Palace eChanticleer,
tucked away in .Bois Verna, is
the latest addition to the swart
eating houses in. Port-au-Prince
Open all night.


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N' you really
want to bec.
S--, Ome accquain-
S"ted with Hai-
f ( tl there are
iii^ many intere-
Bsting trips
l.J. which afford
a close-up of
a Haitian life
which you cannot gain if you
confine your sight-seeing to the
city. I ,
Most of these trips can be
made 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-
fety.


There is a Hertz-Drive-it
Yourself Agency in town where
you can rent a car or a jeep at
reasonable rate; or you can
rent ears, with or without
chauffers, elsewhere. The Hai-
tian Air Force provides safe
and efficient air transport to
most important points in Haiti
at very reasonable rates. Ask
your hotel manager or your
travel agent for details.
Each of these trips has its
special attraction. Frem the
longer tr:ps you will return
with a grand thirst, a hearty
appetite, a delicious fatigue,
quickly banished by a hot bath


TiRA VEt SUlOESTIOtS


(for which you will have a new
respect). You will have a new
test for the attractions of the
city. You will fell a great pity
for the jaded characters who'
.iave not strayed from the bar
since you left... And, of course,
you will have a good reserve of
conversational ammunition to
last you for many months.
So, starting with the shortest
,'ips first, here are a few boiled
iown suggestions fbr travel in
Haiti:

BOUTILLIERS MOUNTAIN
AND LE PERCHOIR
(Ler Pcrshawh) The Perch)
The most spectacular view in
Haiti: 2,000 square miles of
Hamti spread out before you -
a miracle of color, form, sun-
light and sha8ow! Port-au-Prin-
ce lies at your feet (3.000 feet
below) like a giant map. To get
to this breath-taking, unbelie-
eable and unforgettable view
)u ride 10 miles from Port-au-
Prince, through thb pretty little


town of Petionville, then up a
winding mountain road, borde-
red by flaming giant pointsetta
plants. You p.ss the tratched


roof habitations of peasants and
arrive in rural Haiti, where life
goes on as it has for centuries
as if the city below 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 more enjoyable and profi-
table. After sundown light
wraps advisable, and gentlemen
are asked to wear coats in the
restaurant after 7 p. m. Allow
two hours for this trip plus
time to eat.

CAP-HAITIEN a
AND LA CITADELLE
This trip is an experience in
history-and geography. It is an
adventure and a pilgrimage
which you must not miss.






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If you have the time, we re-
commend that you take three
days and go to Cap-Haltien by
car. Its about 170 miles and a
nainimum of 5 or 6 hours, but
you should take about 8 hours
to enjoy it most. So to one of
Cap HaY'tien's cpnfortable ho-
tels. For the night, go to the
Citadelle the next day, retur-
ning to Port-au-Prince the third
day. Eevry 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. Jacmnidl 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


.& Od& 4'*ew4 SPECIAUTICS at


one of Haiti's most beautiful
beaches, Raymond les Bains.
Two hotels there, clean end'
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 i
at an elevation of about 7,000 .
feet. To arrive 'at this 150,00 i
acre forest, one drives through-iA
the rich sugar cane lands of I:,
the Oul de Sac. plain, then',:
through and arid region of cac-'
tus to the edge of Lake Etang'
Sumatre, famous salt lake, in-':
fested with crocodiles, lying on
the frontier of the DomiMnican
Republic. There the climb comnij
mences to the cool Pine Forest;L
This trip will take aildayj'
returning to your hotel .foc?%
cocktails and dinner. Passing. |
through a number of small Hafc^,J
tian towns and villages, it a.-.
fords a variety of impression 0 j
of'Haitian life and geography;.'
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5 Tons of Sisal in a Day:
WITH ONE SMALL MACHINE
The Greatest Invention In Its Field

THE HEYER DECORTICATOR Stop by at SONACO and see the New
is LOW PRICED, Machine More and more Sisal Farmers
SPORTABLE are finding IL just the thing they've
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HAITI SUNPAE1


OCEANI QUIMBALADA

jM pr alc racoiiter histoi dccanni Quynbalada
';aigt jous sans manger
Vin'r: nuites sans domi
yo .-alins, nous mnialins tou.

Hi.-.n Occaliinl Quimbalada qu'sote L'Afrique
n:ji oun ti bateau piti, piti
sou nun gros, gros lan m6
L'sa.Jvr pou'l vine Haiti.

Occanni Quimnbalada It hougan toute bon
Traiter ti moune pou gr6 merci
Bat.e cincq tambous .ac deux mains,l
ous .a (i c'6 oun monseigneu.

LU debaque La Bresiliennc-Bainet
BaL peristile L.ogane
SPied tate Cayes Jacmel
SCots dle fer, Fon::s des nilgrc-, Mir.agoane

LJ t, bel, bicn camnp6, conne paler
Toutes' tfemmes fous pou i1
Toutes gagons respecter'li
Li faith vingt deux pitites ac quinzc diamans.

Quand I'ap chanter, feui4les nan bois trembler
L6 I'ap danser yanvallou
Mahis, vodou-z6paules, congo
Te-a minmec player en bas pied'l.


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Occanni marcher nan toute pays-a
Huit jous service icite
Deux semaines pri6 l&
T6 vivants contents ac les mos.


Et pi oun jou l'envi 'oue I'Afrique trope
Li tracer oun bateau a tk-a
Bateau qu'nan vMve Agou6-a
1'entrer la dans'l, l'aller .

Mmi Occanni reter toujou nan routes govis
LUogane-Jacmel-Miragoane
Loa yo rTOlerWl, li rponne
Toutes pitites, pitites pitites li yo

Voix'l douce cou Vent nan fl6ches palmistes
Li ripfter tout ga l'di
Trois fois, sept fois, neuf Lois
Pou nous pas janme blier'l.

F. MORRISSEAU LEROY

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ENGLISH

FRENCH


In a Short Time


JEFFERSON SCHOOL

Professional translations confidential

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PORT AUl PRINCE-NEW YORK


ROBERT BURNS
OF ODVA HERE
ON NASSAU VISIT
.Na-sau. a smaJl British isle
in the ,Bahamas, attracted Dr.
and Mrs Robert V Burns, Con- F(
suiting Engineer. 0 D..A. Hai.
ti. They embarked tom Miami
aboard the S.S. Queen of Nas
sau for a three day vacation
cruise to Nassau.
Since the ship docks hall a
block from Bay Street, they 1
found the native sLraw market.;
and thile typipral British shop,
very accessible. Dr. and Mrs.
Burns also had time to take
-a carriage ride through town.
vie% Queen Ann's Staircase
and tike a small glass bottom
boat ti, beautiful Paradise
Ba'Ich.
Dr. Burns is the Consulting
Lng:neer onil the Artibonite Ri-
ver Development Project.


NEW HOTEL ASC.
COMMITTEE

Dr. Rend Assad now heads the
*Hdte'l Association, with Riviera
Hotel's Morris Webster as second
in-command
Other members of the commit-
tee elected last week to replace
the former group headed by Gear
ges Heraux (Sans Souci Hotel -
Heraux Tours ) are:
Treasurer: Franek Cardozo,
Advisors, Georges Heraux, Paul
Alberti, George Kenn.


COFFEE STATION

An experimental coffee cultu.
re station will be set up in the
Grand Anse within the netxt few
months, the Department of Agri-
&ulture announced this week.
Coffee Office Chief Franck
Boncy is currently making pre-
liminary contacts among the far-
mers of the region.


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PAGE 14

Foundry Fights Up-Hill Battle
To Keep ,Reehauds On Fires


(Continued fromn page 7)

More taxing are orders for
intricate machine parts which
the lads receive from time to
time..
Help in this field is given by
a Jamaican employee of the Cie.
Industries Maritimas -. Joshua
Fuller, a'master of the difficult
art of patterning and by the Sn-


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I lesian Trade School near tlie air-
i port.
They make the wooden pat
terns for the moulds which ar'
cast in aluminum from these
forms.-The actual products are
in turn cast from the aluminium
moulds.
SNational Support
Wholly Haitian, the enterprise
imports only coke, as fuel, using
scrap, metal for rawv material and
making as many moulds locally
as possible, ne rare example of
foreign moulds is provided by the
big order for manhole covers
which will allow workmen to
oheck on the telephone system
being installed by General Elec-
tric of England: for this job
moulds were provided by Lon-
bon factories. /
But the country blandly balks
th., young industrialists in
spite of the current x Well Made
In Haiti campaign.
By allowing the export of
scrap metal, the Trade Laws tie
the boys' hands. They can't get
as much iaw material as they
Need.


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locally and sells their prodluts
at well under the price of mi-
ported ware .
If the* export of local ...iip i
were banned, the boys could buy
as much raw material as lithev I
need at present about 10 tons
per week. And, as Mano pointed
out, increased material v.would
mean increased activity and pro-
ducton, faster growth, a;-id bold.
or ventures.
The industrialists are confi-
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purchase of all available scrap--
and find use for it too:

AUX COSAQUES

Haiti's famous chomard flam.
me) has been enthusiastically
acclaimed by visiting epicures,
and featured by imperial Li
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But foreigners aren't the only,
connoisseurs of food. Haltlfmns
know where the meat is done
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HAITI SUN,


CHRISTMAS EYE went out with a bang this year a series of
bangs to be exact.
From Petionville to Rond Point, from Bizoton to beyond the horizon,
from dawn to dusk the petards popped and boomed.
Out of that roaring maelstrom of sound -that caustic cacophony of
explosive reiteration- ghostly forms emerged. Healf-seen shapes of
dancers drifted by in the acrid fog of gunpowder smoke; cowering,
shrieking women fainting from shock and the bitter odour of mock
destruction.
THE STORY BEHIND IT
Behind this seemingly mindless indulgence of puerile self a-sertion
is an age-old story of a quaint and superstitious people.
The Ancient Chinese, inhabitants of Marco Polo's Cathay, wyere the
first to discover gun-powder. They immediately recognized in it a power-
ful potential of protection and self preservation.
Thus it was that the ancient sages employed the new force to ward
off evil spirits And neither wedding nor feast day went by without
a salvo-of fireworks to keep the supernatural peace.
The tradition has persisted into this (lay and country though the
.motive has long since faded into the mists of forgetfulness.
THE SAGA OF THE SAGE
But if the motive has faded into insignificance, the practice itself
has gained rather than lost popularity, and fireworks today grace not
only weddings and teasts, but the ordinary, otherwise hum-drum days
of December Bfefore the anniversary of Christ's birth.
Presumably, there is a subconscious awareness that there exists
todsy a vaster, m6re formidable array of spirits. against which it is
necessary to be on guard on occasions of celebration. Perhaps, though
Sartre's super-strata of consciousness is completely innocent of a -me-
mory or suggestion of the reason for fireworks, a hereditary awareness
has persisted, and Man still feels the eery presence of malevolent
spirits, and feeling them quiets his malaise with a crescendo of ex-
plosion and sense-dulling fumes.
However that may be, it is certain that the presence of spirits was
felt in Rendez-vous this past December 24th. Encouraged by the fact
that one had merely to caress a bottle to obtain the metaphysical. re.
sults of an Aladdin, the guests grew fidgety.
No Chinese sage, transplanted from the era of Confucious, would
therefore have been surprised when -chloralts.- commenced to shatter
the shrill music of that enclosed hall.
It is doubtful whetherr any evil spirits hoxering rear heard it and
were afraid lut there was no doubt about the clientele!
In one-half qf the tenth part of a second Ca:no's open-air dance
-.floor was overflowing, cars were zooming olf in Jl directions and in
Ihe ,dansant fumeuse de Casa Allen. reigned upernaturjl peace
- a pace that reeked of gunpowder and, the haunting echoes of angry
oaths. '
.CASINO SCENE
The Casino was soon to become the theatre of a dramatic episode
as onchee again the firecrackers boomed. ,
Evidently there were spirits, of an unbottled species abroad that
night (perhaps mere manifestations of delirium tremens) because in
the midst of the fireworks .a dancer abruptly abandoned his partner
tand sauntered off-stage iuLo the shrubbery.
Most people discreetly-turned away their eyes -or at'least their
heads- But those who looked were amazed to see the gentleman rise
one arm above his elegantly pointed pin-head: in it was a 'revolver.
Four shots were fired into the sky. Then the hero put away his gun
and turned to walk back to his table, a smile of achievement lighting
his fe.tures...


ACTOR ON VISIT
TO PORT

Arriving aboard the Vulcania
Christmas Daywere Mr. Eddie
Hyans. famous Teevee, Cinema
and Broadway actor, t-,xtile con-
verting, eye-catching Selmnia' Liss
tlpromkes to return), Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Friendlander, Mr.
and Mrs. Woody Foss. They en-
joyed the EL RANCHO reveillon
highlighted by the Adele Sassi-
ne fashion show.
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1955 AN EXCITING

S Haiti was almost unique in Latzn
.America last year because of its 1
Ip.a'SDejul atmosphere. While strife
raged in cur sister Republcs this i
country toiled za peaceful co-oper- X
ation toubrds progress.
'By EDWARD TOMLINSON

WASlINGTON In 1955 Lat- t
in America blazed into head- ai
S lines more often that in any t
-- year since World War II." r
Most of the stories anere ex-X a
,- citing. Some were dramatic. Seo- I
Voral tr ld of bloodshed and gory
gIssassinatlon. There were milita-
y coups, at least one violent re-
" solutionn and an international ei
J. invasion- But others ae ought o
n' Yews of toppled dictatorships. It-'j
beration of political prisoners (
..'.... .. < and exiles and the restoration
of freedom. A few countries ex-
perienced economic booms. a1
In early January President a
11J ose Antonio Remon was riddled
by machine gun- bullets at thei
race tracks in Panama City. A
few weeks later his successor
,was impeached and imprisoned
le is an accessory to the crime.
..&r War flared in Centril America,
"'witen WO 4S dwmedsidross; the
the frontier from Nicaragua into
., Costa Rica. _Peace was restored'I
tn s e n r the stats ranio ton" of
IrL n ines prbsa tunetself OAA!6rig.. oi. 'St~ 6 a hri
stand against the hotheads In
t both countries.
All over the world Longines stands for supreme er ere tens not .-to say
watch-making quality. Quietly, classically elegant, sti;rmy eiectioni In ix number'of
these precise and beautiful watches are owned by the countries. Gen. Fulgenclio
tnatlisha. who previously had oust-
those, who care deeply about thcnir"possessions. oe Prestdent Carl.s Frio -Socoa-
The prestige of Longines has been held for three ras, was elected chief. executive
g generations, and today, higher than ihas ever been. of Cuba for a second time.
cato ad to her eltean o[fiverontinents. In Honduras a three cornered
it is acknowledged by the elite of, five continents. presidential contest. ended up
In ;,a" state. &id h.b' e- of
LONGINES' .Meantime, the Brazilian army
virthaMy has taken over the
.T r presidents, installed a third, in-
At 74 ot-t- 7 duced the national Congress to
S Gimpose a 30 ilay staie of siege
MAISON 0. GILO and clamp down hL mild form


YEAR FOR LATIN AMERICA


of (ensorqhip. Important -ele-
inhits in the Navy and Air-force
ire by ,no means pleased With
'he present state of affairs, and
anything could happen.
The black hand of censorship
till grips the press in Colombia.
Except in Brazil and one or
wo other countries, where they
ire still attempting to" penetrate
he labor movement, the Commu-
nists have made little headway
anywhere in Latin America in
he past 12 months.
Some of' the most dramatic
er'cnts and happenings in our
sister nations have had happy
endings. The biggest 'headlines
of the year heralded the end of
uan Domingo Peron's strangle-
bold on Argentina. The downfall
if the 10-year. despotism began
vhen Peron ordered his goons
mnd gunmen to burn the churches
and. cathedrals last June. This


was followed by disintegration
of the military forces .and final-
ly a full fledged revolution in
September.
There have been continual re-
velations- of pillage ahd persecu-
tion, of confiscation and politi-
cal rascality under the dictator-
ship. Much of the Peronfsta loot
has been hunted down and seiz-
el, or restored to Its rightful
owners. All this has been clima-
xed by the liberation of La Pren-
sa and the return of the Igreat
Buenos Aires daily to Dr. Alber-
'o Gainza and the Paz family
whose forbears founded and pu-
blished it for nearly a'century
before it was taken over by the
Peron government in' 1951.
The rebirth of La Prensa may
very well rank as the most si-
gnificant story of the year in
Latin America.


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Sudy AUAY_1t196HAITI SUN


c*.n C.Tk^
The lap Haitien Union Club Marilyn rnd Lou Stokes observ-
met last week to elect a new corn-! ed their 13 ith. wedding anniversa-
mittee composed of Dr. Adrien ry Thursday with the Jensens and
Zephrin, president; Mr. Frddy Maddens at Shango. It was a come-
Martfh, secretary; and Mr. Jean back ito meringuing) for the air-
Verne, treasurer force Major's wife now minus
xs x x : foot plastcr castand friend the
Mrs. George Reinbold is up from Scipainans wile who left her new
the Argentine with her lovely heavy weight champ 9 pound
daughter Anne-Marlene, stopping 6 ,ounce .,Randel, at home.
at the family estate, Bourdon Park. I x x x
Sxxx xi Mr. Marcel Gentil is making a
-- Mrs. Alberto Perez, wife of the slow recovery from a gastric ail-
jolly ambassador of Peru returned ment.
born the States in time for Christ- x x x
was. Mr. Walter I,Giles( Jack), pro-


S XXX
Daniel Bayard of Safico clipper-
ed to New York this week.
XXX
Sisal -and business tycoon Wil-
:bert Neptune flew in from a visit
to the U.S. with Yolande.
XXX
First Secretary of he British
Enibassy and Mrs. Paul Carmana
received at their Pacot residence
Tuesdayy from 6 to Spin. Cocktails
and a lavish buffet- were enjoyed
by a host of friends and Diploma-
tic colleges.


fessor of c.Political Sciencei U.
S. Constituioni and eCompara-
tivre Government> at the eSchool
of Foreign Scrvice4 Georgetown
University, Washington, D. C.
was in town from the 26th De-
cember till the 28th as guest of
his student, 'Gabriel E. Khawly
who is home for the Holidays.
Mr. Giles came here from Ja-
maica where lie spent a month
studying, the new form of Go-
vernment set up by England in
that Island for the thesis of his
Doctorate.


Sx x x I JaCK'S laourite drink is Mar-
Gerard ('Chewpie) Fils-Aime, itini but after tasting the Haitian
Junior reached his fourth year on Rumn voted for it as second choi-
December 21st, and with the help ce. He promised to return soon
of thte young fry of Petion-Ville "for a longer stay.
cared the celebration over to the x x -.
date of the arrival of 'Ton:ton Dr. and Mrs. D. Cook and daught
Noeel-four days later, wih an X-1 er, of Springfield, Ohio, arrived
aNs party at the home of his par-, Monday by Pan Apmerican -for a
ent. week's visit here. Dr. Cook, a pro-
x x x minent Florida Eye Specialist, is
Christopher Borden flew in from returning with the family to Mia-
,.Califnia to spend Christmas with mi today. While here they were
his father on the yacht 'Fall lodgedmat Hotel Villa Creole.
Swings. He saw the Artibonite and- x x X
visited his name-sakes Citadel be- Arriving via PAA from Chicago
-o0e returning Stateside Thursday. for a 5-day visit on Thursday was
xxx Al Holin, prominent U.S. architect
Vivacious Isabelle Leggett turn- He is lodged at Hotel El Rancho.
ed 28 on the 27 th. Hubby Charles x x x
promised a party for next year. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Boucard
xx x are ,ack from the U.S.
Honse guests of the Cubab Am- x x x
hasadox and Senora de Arce is -Judy Van der Kaay is home


their son Mario and family: Mrs.
Victoria de Arce, daughter Marie
Victoria, Aurora and son Mario IL
They will spend fifteen days here.
XXX
Mrs. Leslie Canez is showing eff
the Republic ,to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Zimmer of Oco-
mmewoc Wisconsin. Mr. Zimmer
in the .milk cooler business, would
be happier if there were more
cows here and fewer goats.
XX
Down from Canada to winter
with her daughter, Mrs. Edouard
Bellemare and son-in-law, the
Charge d'affaires of Canada,, is
Australian born Mrs. Margaret
-Graves.
* XXX
X X X
/


for Yuletide from College in San-
to Domingo.
xxx
Rivicra's Homer Shrewsbury
flew over from Florida on 28th.
Albert Liautaud flew to Miami
Friday.
XXX
Poet Emile Roumner was in town
this past week and confered with
he *Sun. on a future boost of the
Creole movement.
XX x
Jeanne Brousse fell fror a
horse Thursday and broke her
eight arm in twp places.
Friday was the birthday anniver-
sary of Ginette Paret.
On another visit to Port are
James and Polly Whyte of Was-
hington D.C. The Whyte's have
:n exclusive bookshop and gallery
on exclusive Connecticut Avenue.
Dr Paul Perigord and Mrs Bur-
ton WVilliams are back from Cali-
fornia.
Gisele Etheart went to Catacas
on 28 th.
Mexico bound is Jean Divi-.
gneaud.


G6rard Roumain is off to Philly. fCARRES BACK FROM KENSCOFF HONEYMOON


I1Mr and Mrs. Raoul (Ti-MaRre)
.:..etar entertained OACO mere-
rs at their new home in Trw-
g6au la't weekend.

Former Foreign Minister Miu-
clair Zephirin was honoured by
a reception at the Liberian Em-


bassy December 22 nd. during
which he was presented with the
Grand Cross of the .A.MAfrican Re-
demption.
Ambassador George T. Brewer
in making the presentation prais-
ed ex-Minister Zephirin for his
organization of festivities during
the visit of President William
Tubmar. to Haiti last year, and
commented on the close bonds
of friendship existing between
the only two Negro Republics of
thle world.
Mr. Zephirin replied with one
of his lrilllanf impromptu spee-
ches.
XXX
Clever Marie Carmel Nau gra-
duated from Madrid University
with flying colours this week. The
Haitian scholarship winner who
hias been studying in Europe for
Sthe past 18 months, chose eBi-
bliogrpphy of Spanish. Authors
as her thesis.
xXX
Ex-President Stenio Vincent
flew to Canada via New York last
week on a health trip.
Liberian Ambassador George
T. Bre*er flew Monday to the
States enroute to the home coun-
try where he will attend investi-
ture ceremonies for President
William Vacchanariat Shadrach
Tubman who was recently re-
elected.
Mrs. Philippe Cham clippered to
Miami 2:15 p.m. Monday to join
her husband, the Haitian Consul
in Miami.
XXX
Mr. Thomas Estes, Deputy Ad-
joint of the'Secretary g State of"
the U.S.A, is on a brief Inspection
trip to'Port'au Prince this week-
end.


Honeymooners Pierre and Solonge Carrt are-back fro r their trip
to'Kenscoff, and have taken up residence in their,new cottage on the
family property at Rue des Miracles. They were mvrried on December
18th at Basilique de Notre Dame with the following friends and relat-
ives signing the Register: Me. Maurice Alerte, M. Elie Dana, Me. Andr6
Oarnier, M. Hilderic Carrie, M. Augustin Pauyo, M. Phalynx 'Nicoles,
M. Edouard Carre, Me. Yreck Chatelain, Me. Victor Coicou, M. Enmile
Garescher, Dr. Lucien Pierre-Noel, Me. Jacques Desinor, Dr. Gabriel
Elie, Dr. Constant Pierre-Louis, Me. Aleide Edouard, Me, Maurice'
Charlmers, Me. Ren6 Lavelanet, Dr. Antoine Gabriel, M. Bvary Boyer,.
Dr. Claude Nazon, M. Alexis Benjamin, Me. Alexis Nicolas.
;.' .i ' ,.--,.
Guy Douyon, newly-appointed conditionroof payment.
Haitian Commercial Attachh to Apply atfthe office ofthe Haiti.
Washington was guest speaker at Sun or at Mr. E.N. Bailey xpOi
the Club Internationil de Comn tioa Building 236 Rie du Magasinf
merce Riviera luncheon Wednes- de I'Utat. ,


day.
-xxi

A pleasant surprise #waited
guests crowding the poolside ter-
race of the Villa Creole Tuesday
evening. - -

Half-way through the dinner for
the handicapped children, the
Cprolt A.rtlistinup dp DanoP nut nn


x x x o a colorful folklore show that
The 152 nd. anniversary of breathed a spark of tropical
Haitian Independence will be ce- warmth into the chilly moonlight,
lebrated tomorrow by a reception Very-well attended thie dinner
at the Hotel Dorchester, London, should provide much-needed funds
given by Haitian Ambassador to for the Haitian Society for the Re-
London and Mrs. Joseph Dejean. habilithtion of the Handicapped
x x x -_and gratitude is due to Mrs. Lena
Commander Robert Charles, Assad, who lent the hotel, as well
chief of the U.S. Naval Mission as Mrs. Raymond Bellerive, Mrs.
to Haiti, is Aow also Chief of the Wiener, Mrs. Vincent, Mrs Jacque-
newly formed Group of Militaryline Turan Cordozo and Miss Ram-
Councilors. py all of whom contributed to-
On a UNO scholarship, Finance wards the success of the f unction.
Department's Pierre Benoit flew Among the distinguished guests
to the States last week to learn. were minister dephin Telson,
banking. Secretary of State for the Interior,
Ss x x x and Mrs. Telson, the Under-Secre-
A special stamp issue will corn- tary of State for the Interior' and


memorate te iou in anniversary
of Kant, marked by the "XIth. In-
teramerican Philosophy Con-
gress.
A bust of the great German phi-
losopher will be depicted on the
stamp.
x xx
Miss Henrietta Brackman of
New York is back in town for an
extended sojourn on our shores.
Having sold her Madison Avenue
Photography interests, she is re-
turning to the field of journalism
as a free-lance writer. She has cho-
sen Haiti forwheadquarters but will
be working for the entire Carri-
bean area on assignments form the
hundred or more U.S publications
who have subscribed for her ser-
vices. Miss Brackman has taken a
suite- at Park Hotel.


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- "REG.TI.ADE MARK TamOUs si
C., -


nrno 46 W-)


Mrs. Roland Lataillade, Deputy and
Mrs Andre Jeanty, Engineer Ars-e.
ne Magloire, Colonel Leon Cantave
and Dr. Arthemas Bellerive.

FOR SALE
Several building lots at Arca-
|chon. Magnificient view of the ci-
ty the mountain and the sea.
f Reasonable prices and excellent


ap


SITUATION WANTED .

Experienced woman, speaking-
several languages, desires .-.wdrk.l,.
in hotel. Can fill any position; wio..-
consider housekeeper's 'place pr",
v'ate family, Has had 18 years ex-
perience- in $Ui branches of hotel
work, recently terminating i sit:
years with Hotel Riviera. Excel--
lent referepees. Apply Haiti Sun,.,-'.
Telephone 2061. \ ...--

PARAa MOUNT

TODAY 3:00 P.M. Le Signe de Zor-'
ro
5-7-9:00 P.M. Le Mousquetaire
ide la Vengeance

MONDAY 3:00 P.M. La FUlbustibre.
des Antilles
5-7-9:00 P.M. Les Gladiatuers.

TUESDAY 6-8:15 P.M. Le MousGque--
taire de la Vengeance

WEDNESDAY 6:00 and 8:15 P.M
Pech6 Mortel
THURSDAY 6:00 and 8:15 P.M.
Les Gladiateurs
FRIDAY 6-8:15 P.M. Le Mousque--
aire de la Vengeance
SATURDAY 5-7-9:00 P.M Las am n-
bours de Fu Manchu"
SUNDAY 3V00 P.M. Les Tambours'
le Fu Manchu
5-7-9:00 P.M. La Fleche Brisde


we inmminmyf
wa~mo- amlfj
To1mm Lame,. morn UL
JOHN WANLLnut UIW Lm6


It must

be good


Johnnie Walker must be good, to remain in the
forefront of Scotch Whiskies for over 130 years.
It must be good to pass the scrutiny of distillers
with over 130 years experience behind them. .

JOHNNIE WALKER
BORN 1820-S TiLL GOING STRONG
Try it today-you'll agree it's good '4


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CHALLENGE AND ACHIEVEMENT KEYNOTE '1955

COOPERATION NEEDED ,TlROUGIHOUT 1956
i'Cr| t aie fronm nana I I


cane had been rapidly dissipated
Aid starvation stalked many of the
inaccessible mountain villages
This situation was met with
energy and determination by Go-
vernment appointed officials und-
eo' Capthin Max Bazile and the
Red Cross led' by1 Dr. Louis Roy
who.- probed. .the most ouLt-of-the-
way vreas in the Republic for
_.gm;1 of distress.

DiSpeDisqies-. wrer built in the
SouthL., Q4distribution stations
estab d sn the mostdesperate
region .-.misery persists yet
in th^ e peninsula and in
MolUlfa. 'like Nou.el Tour-
rai r 4 .. .
.Fed dp lor, -the small far-
mniers %t able to. go back to
work, ...-I."ls. distributed in
.Haiti. I~_~'r...i- nanator by
n4iericap~
With production more or less
sustained, Port au Prince will feel
the bitter aftermath of the hurri-
cane much- less in 1956 than it has


edl for an early start (Ciouchou


Bay) Simnihic opened its doors
during the Summer.
To crown the year for tourism
ASTA's New York and New Jer-
so,' chapters help their annual con-
vention herejin May. and all of the
delegates left with a glowing opi-
nion oi the Republic.

A recently published Chamber
of Commerce bulletin stated that
Government emphasis will be plac-
ed on Tourism as number 1 dollar
earner for the New Year,. -

Achievement
December 6:h Ditinointed tlihe


tremendous achievements ,in' cons-
truction which 1955 has brought.

A new wing was inaugurated on
the Sanatorium, workmen's cities
were inaugurated in Port au Prin-
ce (Citd Magloire II) and Gonaives,
a hospital was opened in Les Ca-
yes, corner stones were laid for
another hospital at Canap6 Vert, a
Wi~litn^ru. Iri:*- ^f r --. Tl- # 1-


sm:ll larnner and to encourage him
to produce, lthe more fortunate
people, of the city v.'aill really be
helping themselves.
For without the small farmer,
Haiti would have very little ex-
port, and almost nn market for
imported products

N.Y. CITY JUDGE

HERE WITH FRIENDS

Among the distinguished New
Yorkers from abo.-rd the 'Cruiser
-New Amsterdam, which docked
for 18 hours in cur waters were
Mir. And Mrs. George Postel, and
sn:, Mr. and Mrs David M. Marho-
witz. cnd daughter, and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Weiser.
Mr. Postel is a Magistrate of tlhe
City of New Yorlk-. Mr. Markowitz
is *a celebraed criminologist of
the big citt, and Mr. Weiser is a
member of the New York State
Assembly.


tins year. And to rehlabilitate thee hMiltary1 I ait uancerezies, me The visitors who have been on
f-rmers, help is needed frompri- new abattoir and the new Croixr tour in the Carribeah for the past
vate individuals as well as official de Bossales market. The School oF seventeen days brought special
sources, the Republic of the U.S.A. was greetings to. friends here from At-
0 inaugurated at Bois Patate. tourney Emmanuel Greene, of New
Disturbances .-York, z great admirer of the Hai-
Haiti was lucky, too, that the" In te Artibonite the *Peligre tian people.
hurricanes. whizzing past in Sep- Dam is- taking shape as the Worfd's The group from New Ydork
tember. caused so little damage, largest buttress dam and'tlie'heart visited the Palais- de Justice,, mWo-
Janet missed completely, Katy pie- of a nraftf-mnllion dollar irrigatldni tored to' La Bodu'le.. Doutilliers, and
ked, a thinly-populated area near and electricity system. The Albert- Kmscaf-f, during the morning, and
the Dominican border for her tar- Schweitzer memorial Hospital is baikd; in the sunshine a.ouni the.
get. progressing rapidly. pool at 'El Rancho during the af-
We are also lucky that the Go-I ternoon. 'They were- entertained
vernment of this Republic is' Throughout the Republic the at a dinner party at Hotel Chou-
,.strong enough, hnd popular enough,' road system is .steadily pushing coundie. Roof Gardbn. at 8:00 F.1ML.
.. to :avoid the revolts flaring forward across b'therto',inauecewiplp by. Supreme Court Justice and
up..in most of the Latin American regions bringing outlets for farm MzstChristian Laporte.
Republics during recent months, produce and entry for salesmen of \
Minor political incidents in manufactured gods. Closing;'the-evening, with. a riief.
SPort au Prince fizzled completely trip t? tWe club and gardens, of
without any disturbance i'r the te- 1955 has been a year of achie- Cercle- Beflerue, the. visitors were
nor of city life or danger to their vement, a year of answered Oial- back on the wharf at midnight to'
persons and property of cftizd, lenges and tangible progress, but, board' ifteir ship for Havana andL a
Tourism it has been a hard'year.. chilly Winter in New.York.. 'Ibey
$60.000 were "spent by the Tor- If the promise of a. better life, expressed their delight and surpri-
rist Office ta' promote travel to left in the air as the old year goes? se with the beauty of the country,
Haiti this year, while local hotels out is to be, fulfilled fin'r 195. we and' the magnifeqnt buildings and
have begun an enlargement binge must all prepare for a grim fine hoftIs which the'aountrs has
that should carry on unabated struggle and be ready to help the .o offer tourists. They can hardly
through 1956. suffering, 'illiterate peasants of vait to, get back home to, rBecom-
New hotels are also nearing corn- the mountains. tiend oar little Republic. to. their
pleJion (Csstelhaiti) or are plann- By helping to rehabilitate the friends,.


IO $. Irs SURE TO BE

A IIAPI'PY NEW YEAR

FOR OSO BLANCO CUSTOMERS!-

i Prices fall faster than Arctic Snow,,A

NOW way below the thermometer in &*

Santa Claus'"igloo!!

iONLY ,ATHE'PR CHISTMAS Hormnel Chopped Pork 0.80
AN BEAHormiel Liver Loaf 1:00
BEA. OU BARGAINS: Ih orted Grade A Chicken $0.75

Imported Fillet $1:00 Hormel Pork Cutlets 0:85
GIrade A imported eggs 0.75 Ilormel imported Ham 1:20
Hornmel Frankfurters 0.85 Imported Dluck 0.85
Sliced Hormel Bacon 0.85 Salami 0.80
Bologna 0.80 Imported Pickled Tongue- 0.65
Turkey 0.85 fornel Pichic Ham 1:OO


SHOES


FOR EVERY OCCASION


STHE WORLD

FAMOUS THROUGHOUT


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