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THE HAITIAN .ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
VOL. VI Port au Prince RUpublique d'Haiti
Sunday January, 15th 1956 No. 17
Victim in the grim tragedy, Yves Jeannot is seen above (right) as
he delivers speech-r.fter a match played by Racing Football Club of
which he was one of the direclprs Jeannot was a great sports en-
VENEZUELAN !NO GRAVE INJURIES:
DANCERS DUE Boys Spared In 30
.HERE JAN. 18 ien eep T b
oA tupe of Venezuelan, .folkWhe Je T l.l
"'dancers an.i musicians, famed in
Latin America as Retablo de Ma- rALL POUR occupants of a
.ravillas is Ixpected in Haiti Wed- canva4-lopped Jeep miraculous- !
;.IAesday on a 40-day air tour of ,y- escaped "U?2ath when the ye-t
six CAribbean aid, Central Ame- hidle plunged three hundred
'rican cities and .Miami- .e.ct ori.r a cliff at Gros Morne
.. n i earl'. Wednesday morning. !
Fifty-two dancers, musicians. I Only b' e in' He
art directors and members of enyone-vearold Gerar
the stage crew, travelling by Pan Dom.n who undergoing treat-
American World Airways, appear meant in the General Hospital for
first at Ciudad Trujillo, Domini-a fr- tMre of thc right thigh.
can Pepublic, beginning Janua-
ry 6. In the troupe are two well- His three companions, Philip-
kno-wn Veinczue',an dancers, \o- -e F'-pbert, Louis Areher'!
land Mort'zn and Rafael Becer- 3ni. J acques D a n a c h e. were (
ra. (Sec Pa.c i treatc-d for minor injuries and
M.l)e i.han 13,000 pounds of tr oi
St2_. cfnlwrrieilt is being trans- -: carrag accident oc P
ported on the 'itirkerary by PAA currc when the boys were on S
cargo Clippers. o thcir way home 'to Petionville r
SThe Venezuelan Ministry of after celebrations tn thle City a
Labor is sponsoring the tour. Petionvilles unex-c
From Ciudad Trujillo, the trou sparked by Petionville's une. tc
1pected football triumph over
pe will fly to Sad Juan, Puerto high-ranking Violette. i
Rico, on January 11; Port aun tr
Prince, Hpiti. January 18: Miami, Philipp Faubert, driver of b
January 22: San Salvador, El Sal- p lostcontrol op a bend c
%'ador, February 1: Guc c m a I a os oe and the vehicle
at Gras aMore and "the vehicle
City, February 6, and Managua, overturned and toppled over the M
Nicaragua, February 10. .The brink of the precipitous Gros n
group ri'ctLi'n to Caracas, Ven- Morne ravine. The *jp ast n
2uela, February 15. B. ,.
Ltauy t' ULIII JItU.
-The troupe is made up of mem-
bhers of the Venezuelan working Colonial-Days Shell
class, who are given spare-time
coaching in the Government-run
school in Caracas. There they Explodes In South
.are trained in the branch of the
Arts for which they show talent. After ten year; use as a sup-
port for the cooking pot of a Ga-
bions familM, a shell supposedly
Pentalyte Paint dating from Colonial times ex-
New Industrial ploded last week severely injur-
ing a young girl. according to a
Discovery report in La Garde of Aux Cayes.
'Readers who saw and wonder-
ed at a gaiyiv coloured sticker ad. The newspaper said that the
embellishing the Sun's, front shell was u-ed by the Beauvil fa-
Page last week mav be interested mily to support the ,rechaud*.
,'to know 'hat the paint it publi- Its explosion caused serious in-
ises is on? of England's major ;i'-- 'o J young 'laughter of the
S (Continued on page 14) family.
v ,- a
SETTLED IN BLOOD
A letter published In the cIn- Agricultural Agents and Agrono-
dependence* November 17 was mists in th. Cayes area was a
the alleged pretext for the shoot- complete fabrication. Gentillop's
ing of an unarmed journalist by letter protested the dishonest*
an old OolitLcal foe Monday mor- di-tribution of prizes for clean-
ning. ing coffee plantations in Les An-
The man accsdomurderin glais, and La Caiihouane.
he man accusdThe letter of November 17 ter-
Yves Je-nnot, .ex medical attaches nced thesepaecusations ,fantastic.
of the Haitian a r my H u- and attempted to prove thatGen-
gues Gentillon, reportedly told -tillon was deliberately lying be-
Police that he had sought an ex- cause of self-interest.
cuse to kill his long-time enemy But it ws not signed by Jean-
for six years not.i
This pretext was provided, po-
lice said, by a letter appearing The signature affixed to the
in the .Independance. referring letter was that of C.F. Douyoft, a
to Gentillon as a liar and de- Departmeri of Agriculture Agent
clearing that a letter written by in Les Anglais, who is the cousin
him in accusation of Government of the murdered man. The In-
O Foot Fall
es Into Ravine
dependence later asserted that
it had published no letter or ar-
ticle by Jeannot and that he had
nothing to do with the newspa-
per. The journal suggested that
there was another motive.
Policemen .o arrested Gen-
?;.~ 7 .rtf.-2-.- .--'? ..z_" "- ,' ....
.though with' less success.
Also, throughout the by-elec-
tions and Communal ballots, the
enmity had been aggravated, share
;:ehed by. professional jealousy.'
So, when Hugue Gentillon naw\.
(Continued on pagffe'2)
Not To Run Again
The New York Times
By PAUL P. KENNEDY
Special to The New York Times
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti Jan.
7.-President Paul E. Magloire
reaffirmed today thAt he w-uld
nof seek to pqcce4a- himself nexrt
= *' .: :. .... .. "-l. ,m B.. B'.-
Passers-by were attracted by" cla.EMtPtr writer -"-t -.- r a t.fliB
let ,ws t- [heQ nd b- "tf .'t ':have. the, ConsU 01-i..
the wreck and hastened to rescue ier wai. te.-lWyer and: trbee- thet. itifl Ve the codS:' -
the young Petionville supporters. lance& h iduw i est .wh e d .political [st Lri A.m4 .Adted m so that -he could..-
*1 thought for sure they were his ad'beenvqBoped.to ..servb4^ttertern Stec ptessu- -
I tg.t fr sure they wee his far more than.ten yearsi:-.. res arei :iq.ially interesting,,.to :
dead, one of he rescuers told nye r i
the Sun. In- 1046, Jeannot's uncle had politicians h-rein that they cent- .
_____ ____________ stood for. deputy of'one of the er in the newspaper Le National
Southern '?arrondissements, and -in which the 'President has -a con-
Protestants Ask had been elected, and in 1950 the trolling interest.'
Victim himself was a candidate, In an interview today, General
Hearing On --- Yrvloire declared:
New Treaty .c Soma want to give the impres-
COLD WAVE sion thaf Le National is an offi-
y Religious News Serve cial'paper, but it. is not. Le Na-
Sy Religion s News Se tio1 expressed its own opin,
,WILL PA ion .it t!-tc:pinion of Le NatioL
WASHINGTON, D.C. (RNS) - nal cannot cause me to go back
'rotestant groups. have asked the SAYS OBSERVATORY on the w'rd ofD a soldier.* .
senate Foreign Relations Com- t S O SE ALe National said editorially
nittee to hold public hearings on that the peuple*of Haiti dcdemand,
Proposed treaty of friendship. It was -o cold in the capital edo that the President continue
commerce and navigation with lnst week, that reports went the in office. It indicated that he was.
he Republic of Haiti. They ob. I rounds telling of snow-flakes in <,indispbnsable....
ect tp the commission from the the Pine Forest, ponds freezing General Magloire disclaimed
realty of .ucromary religious li- over in Furcy and Cabayol.' his indispensabilitya and said,,
erty guarantees for American But Rev. Father Bettembourg aI only hope -thait the man who,
itizins residing abroad, reassured reporters Monday that succeeds me will be able to do.
Among the organizations who There was no, cause to investigate more for my people than I have
iade the request are the Natio- the Possibility df a# 'Second Ice dtne. -
al Council of Churches, Natio- Age. and the subsequent introduc- He 'described his role in the--
al Association of Evangelicals, tion of Polar Bear Farms.under Presidential election next Jan11-
:ptist Joint Committee on Pu- the Point rVp rogramme. ary.-as that oa a good citil6n.s
lic Affairs. and Friends Corn- HE! explained that the coldwave H-e said he would cast his. vote
ittee on National Legislation. was severe in New York where 'for the man who has" my symp-
The agencies wrote Sen. Wal-. thpv had a snow storm last week- athy and who assures me he can
r F. George (D.-Ga), chairman cnd..-The Petit Seminaire College do more for the people than I
Sthe committee, demanding. St. Martial weatherman traced have done.,
at, before the Haitian treaty 4s the Passage of a cold current The 'President noted that/un-
nt to the Senate floor for rati- which met a Warm current at the der the Haitian political system
cation, the absence of a reli- bottom of the islands causing an hec would not campaign actively
ous liberty clause be the sub- atmospheric depression, for aiy group or candidate. His
USct of a hearing. b ut. the depression was due to sole role in this respect, he said,
The treaty, designed to repla- pil off, he said, and sunny days is to &'see that everything goes
ela old he here agait.
an old one that is now some- off in perfect order..
hat out of date, was forwarded The rain was-also. heavy for Therb are no political patties
the Senate by Secretary of thas time of year but not in the in Haiti. The campaign here is
ate John Foster Dulles rast Ju- class with Noah's deluge as some simplified to the outs, versus,
Upon learning of possible con- of- our ma,'itime interests began the cins., With this in mind and
nversy over the otherwise rou- to believe. in view of General Magloire's
Ie pact, the committee tabled i Father Bettembourg's rain popularity it is believed that he
nsideration of it until this Mi ts show heavier rainfall in can nae his successor
ar. p-'eceding years as recently c
(Continued o.r- paqe 29) a: in 1950. (Continud ot page 3)
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MAISON G. GILG
This is expected to be a valuable I
touristic drawing card as not only I
will non-players from Cuba and
Puerto Rico be anxious/to see their
teams compete, but also American
tennis fans will -almost certainly be
interested in seeing international
tennis by top-bracket players,
,If the tournament is sufficient-
ly publicised and adequate prepara-
tions made, it may prove just the
added incentive we need to boost
the 1956 tourist season into a re-
cord-breaking pace-, a committee
i For A Good Hotel
NOW IN STOCK
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For The Best Values
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6-Year Old Grudge Settled In Blood
Rue Dii Quai Scene Of Shooting
Continuted front page 1)
the letter in the Port au Prince the home of Jeannot's mother,
bi-weekly, !e unpacked his an- the wife of th-e late Senator Dfa-
cient 38 revolver, a souvenir of vid Jeanno;, at Avenue Charles
his term ?. angendarme decades Summer, Turgeau, and another
ago- and prepared for the cul- lives with Jeannot's brother in
mination o' tlge vendetta. Cavaillon.
Arriving In Port au Prince Ja- ---
nuary 6, he searched the city for
his enemy, at last encountering Cubans, Puerto Ricans
him at the autobus station en the Due To Play Tennis
rue du Quai 10:45 a.h.Monday.
Without a word he started In Port au Prince I
shooting from point blank range Cuban and Puerto Rican tennis
hitting Jeannot twice in the back, players will visit Haiti early Fe-
once in thie right side, and a pacswl~~l at V^
fourth time in the leg. brda-'ito piay a series of three
A uy-sthnt Joauth le mulus, corpered matches with a repre-
A by-stni2uf'. sentative i am from this Repu-
was qlso hit in the leg by a stray blic.
buale:. Th'r crowd fled pell-mell
rom the'ctne. Three matches are scheduled:
While lu.is victim was beiing ta- at Turgeani Club, Port au Prince
ken to the hospital by a mer- Tennis Club and Cercle Bellevue.
.ciful taxi.driver, Gentillon stood Six members of these clubs
silently awaiting detectives, sur- have been appointed to organize
rendering without a struggle. the tournament: Fritz Roy and
Jeannot was operated on 2:30 Joseph Etienne of Port au Prin-
p.in., but he "was beyond hope. By ce Tennis Club, Lyonel Fombrun
dusk' he wvai dead. and Reginald de Matteis of Cer-
Hugue Gentillon is awaiting cle Bellevue, Armand Klan and
riall in the 'Port ar Prince pri- Walter Hirsch of Turgeau.
SThe Cuban champion Orlando
One of hissons is a boarder at i Garido is current holder of the
~L, ,A a, I AAI ( West Indian trophy which he won
^-.--,- v ,-', from an ail-Carib field in Jamaica
E P E last September, and the standard
Sof tennis in Puerto Rico is report-
Construction edy very high. A keenly-cofnteted
'L nL .19 r, q 1q tournament is anticipated.
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Sunday January, 15th 1956f
Sunday January, 15th 1956_______
FLYING TIGER AND SHUTTERBUG PICTURE HAITI
AT THREE THOUSAND FEET ABOARD MOSQUITO
Perhaps the only two men in past nine years sky-filming in leading to the final maps. JEREMIE
Haiti who weren't complaining Alaska and tfie U.S., said they The flying photographers told
about the cold this week were are using two types of camera- Your Reporter that they don't ex- Qaq 6nerv6 moun'e en province, c6 l'id6e fixe oun chef
Jack Talkington and Frank Dear- the Hycon with 6 inch focal lens pect to meet anyone up there, as tion, oun magistrat communal, oun ingenieur qui ret
born, flying Tiger pilot and ca- and the Fairchild with 8/ inch traffic at the 30,000-foot level is baton queue yo pi but6, pi t6tu, pi band que tout oun r
meralnan. who are scheduled to focal lens. rather sparse, though they men- mintii L Oaon.
photograph Haiti from 30,000 tioned that in the States, when Lan temps bimbo pat' gairi-soldats mauves, farouches,
feet. The camera is automatic, Frank they leave a vapor trail, the jets ages con qa. Camme oun chef tap'minnin yo tambour ba'
Temperatures get down to 35 explained, so he just follows the came running to investigate, meche allumde, yo assassinin'l toui simplement:- -Rfgin
below zero nt that altitude and i-ihmage through the view-finder- They will be here about two aoDulon' Zaou manman qa ou gangnin pitite en mol
the boys are equipped with the and trips it when it overlaps the months, tle boys say, and expect Yo tail chaque npg passe devant cadave la tremp6 n
latest in eiderdown gMae Westb former shot by 60 percent. This Mechanic Paul Entz to arTive choi'l lan sang. Regiment Donodon nonmin oun late cola
jackets, quilted overalls and flan- give? a 3-D effect when it goes this weekend to complete the colmmlandant, lieutenant, suite en suite.
nel underwear to combat 'the the Geodetic Service here where trio. They hope to be off into the Rentre Port-au-Prince, yo d6ploy6 devant Palais Natio
chill, it will h:' sent after development wide blue yonder this coming -Regiment Dondon? Zaou Manman va ou gangnin, pi
Also incluiled in their standard in Pas3den.a, California, and dou- week. A momin. President Salomon mande- -Cot, colonel Zollec
equipment are-Powell & Co charge Ile-checking by the IAGS head- But they must have cloudless t A la tote nous? Regiment a r6ld: Min colonel r
ert Oxygen masks which they quarterss in Panama. weather as film with cloud or min commandant nou, min capitaine nou!...
wear four hours every day; and, Captain Lick Ellas continued cloud shadow is not acceptable G6neral Prophete faith Salomon oun signed. President a c
or eouic, their trusty British- the account, explaining that af4er -so though free from worries prende li en danger. Lan oun haussement z'6paules, li
built Mosquito, a De Havilland 'the film is put through the ste- about temperature, the weather dos'l.
type-fighter bomber turned out reopetic machine here, it must go has them as worried as the rest D6pi temps va a, regimentt Dondon ap empoisonne la
in 1944 which 'belongs to a proud through the complicated process of us. ni,,hlin,, nmn -- ant,4 ki,..S k .. SAS i t M,. '
fraternity of winged war heroes..
The sturdy craft is all plywood
except for P pressurised metal
nose where, the two cameras are
The plane, now a unit of the
celebrated American Flying Ti-
ger line, is rented by *-Hycon
SurveryD of Pasadena, Cali-
fornia, the company currently un-
der contract to make aerial photo-
graphs of all of Haiti, with side-
jobs for reforestation irrigation
and erosion studies.
Infra-red photos will be made
oft he Pine Eorest, so the trees
will stand out. The boys declared
that technicians may even be
- able to spot whether it's hard oi
Officials tnld the Sun, that
the camera work will tally $32.-
000, but the actual map-making
from the pictures will take Mnore
time and money.
But), a spokesman quipped,
ra conventional survey would pro
bably take 100 years and set you
back $100.000 each year. Only the
French still make maps from
ground surveys. /
Explaining the process, the
team showed a bar on the nose
of the plane which acts as a kind
of horizontal plumb line to guide
them in a straight trajectory. If
they break the straight line of
flight they have to start shoot-
ing all over again.
Pilot Talkingtonr, who has 8.00)
flight hours, said they would tra-
vel at an air-speed of 270 300
miles per hour while shooting, ex-
cept for low shooting when they
would operate at 180 mph.
Cameraman Dearborn, for the
lAGS's Ellas with Pilaf Jack Talkinglon and Geodetic co-worker be.
fore sturdy Mosquito. I
pJtt.muc uuL .CWgiJUILL ULC, LtL ua, rnJte.
Lan regeneration pays a apr6 tempete Hazel a g r o n o m e
Cantave, prefet Boncy, Dr. Bouchette fait tout ca yo te ca-
pab pou rider bureau developpement communautaire. Mou-
vement a prend con dif6 lan poudre. Sans lajan, sans manger
habitants la Grand'Anse ac Tiburon p& travaille pou ou6 si
yo capab soti lan misere. "
Nou crode, nous c6 pitite tou. Premier bagaille nous man-
d& c6 piquois, pelles, reaches pou'n retabli plantationS yo. Foc
routes pou en cas oun l'aute malheur, secours cab rive. Nou
pa.mande la charity, rmin aide pou'n d6gager trte nous.
President Magloire, ca ouap f6 pou nous?
x X. x
President Magloire dit con Ca:
-La Rdpublique pa choual papa, loe li descend pou baille
oun laute fait oun coute bride sou belle jument... JNSg oun
parole, 1'evit6 faute Borno, Lescot ac Vincent qui jusqu'au
lout t6 lan radote puisque people la rinmin changement.
((PRESIDENT MAGLOIRE SAYS HE WILL NOT RUNI Canadian Visitors
FOR OFFICE IN NEXT ELECTIONS, "TIMES" In Port On Patricia
The President took office in
December, 1950,: fQr a six-year
term, but he will have served
five months extra when it expires
:n May, 1957.
The pressure is enormous for
him to continue in office or to se-
lect his saicessor, inasmuch as
in Haiti virtually all positions of
prestige stem from the Govern-
ment and those now in office
would automatically be replaced
if an ant'-MaTgloire candidate
Thus, with a '"ear to go before
tho election, an abnormal degree
af political heat is fleveloping.
Continued from Page 1
There arc six daily papers in
Port-auiPrince alone, and each is
vigorously sounding its political
tune. Candidates within and with-
out the Administration are edg-
ing toward more advantageous
In today's interview, General
Magloire defended his Adminis-
tration's fiscal policies.
His opponents are making po-
litical hay ,)f the fact that the
country incurred a $16.000.000 de-
ficit in the fiscal year ended last
Sept. 30 The Prescident acknow-
ledged that the deficit was a lar-
ge one considering that the bud-
get forthe year was slightly
more than $25,000,000.
Hurricane Hazel Blamed
But the deficit, he said, was
caused by the economic disloca-
tion following Hurircane Hazel
in October, 1954.
The hurricane destroyed about
40 per cent of the coffee crop.
which acec)unted for about 70%
of Haiti's revenues.
The Pres! lent said that, through
the cutting of expenditures, the
budget was in balance in this
fiscal year. He added .that it
would continue so for the entire
year, barring unforeseen disast-
General Magloire/declined to
name what lie considered the out-
standing accomplishment of his
Administration. He said that the
public works .program, encom-
pasing water conservation, ir-
rigation, public roads and schools
was all in a coordinated plan and
that he liesistated to pick out
a1ny single phase as outstanding.
I The President hesitated also to
No. 1 on every tlouri. t's list visiting Haiti. elaborate on the state of rela-
tions between Haiti and the neigh
boring Dominican Republic. Ask-
ed whether he thought these tra-
ditionally bitter relations had
been improved during his regi-
me, he relied:
V l can state definitely that,
since I have been in office, we
have done our best to maintain
Among the passengers on the
,Patricia*, currently winter-cruis-
ing in the Caribbean, were-175
French Canadians from Quebec
and others from Ontario, when
the Swedish liner docked here
Saturday 7. A.M.
Co-incidentally, this visit is, on
the eve of our Commercial dele-
gOtion's departure for Canaba.
Mrs. 0. GUILLET
will be at
Jean F. Laham's
from Jan. 9 to Jan. 31
and will be pleased
to give you her advice
A Masterpiece of kthe Swiss Watch Industry
..f .............**<**** *** t*''^*if *-
i: PAGE 4'
Ecole Normale Students Learn
Art Of Scientific Butchering
FIRST YEAR PUPILS of the 'Ecole Normale Superieure. gather Witnrisses were: Colonel Be-
outside Oso Blanco butchershop preliminary to an afternoon of ins- noit Alexp.idre, the bride's uncle;
truction in the art'of butchering. .The budding teachers learned all Colonel Marcaisse Prosper, Mrs.
the aspects of the meat -vending trade from veteran Cuban butcher Alcide Duviella, Seymour Celes-
..Jose Valerino, touring the air-conditioned shop, then probing way tin, Fernand Magloire, Gonzales
,.' back into the cold rooms where halves of butchered .pigs,.goats, sheep Jn-Louis, Ernst Avin and Grard
.and cattle hung in sub-freezing temperatures Loiseau, Lieutenant Max Alexis,
:' Jose, a native of Santiago de Cuba, was born the son of a butcher. Mr's. Samel D6vieux, Vergnaud
Shas been in the trade for over thirty years. He came over to help at Duviella, rranck Cave, Edouard
the opening 6f Oso Blanco last year, then went back' home for a ,few Canal, Marino Bruno, Edgard Ne-
months before returning to Port au Prince for the duration. restani, Max Neptune.
;. : (-,,,. ",.'. .,,S
". ," "' '.. : .. ,'. ,,t1'; ,:,
INTENT FACES reflect the absorption of Ecole
-Normnaie students as they watch Jose Valerin'o de-
'".,onstrate hoA' to'cat a pork loin. Assistant .at
right is Mrs. .rntonio Rodriguez, part-owner and
co-director of the modern, all-hygienic butcher shop.
The visiting schoolgirls were accompanied by their
...teacher Msdemdiselle Coicou.
FIRST PART BACCALAkUREATE students learn
how to cut a true T-Bone steak during visit to
Oso Blanco last month.
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PAGE 4 HAITI SUN Sunday January, 15th lASh
Miss Nicole Prezeau, daughter
of Mr. and 'Mrs. Phanor Prezeau,
exchanged wedding vows with
Mr. Maret Guignard in Sacre-
I Coeur 'le Turgeau 11:00' a.m. De-
cember 28. .The groom, son of Mr.
and Mrs Jules Guignard was
:ccomprnied by Mrs. Peissiei
'Ji.colas while the bride walked up
'he aisle on the arm of Mr. Noe-
A. re':cptc:n followed the reli-
Sgious ceremony at the home of
I the bride's parents.
-A lady who is an expert at arranging backgrounds for gems, Mrs.
Odette Guillet of Prris will issue free advice from Fosy Laham's
JeweIlry Store for the next three weeks on what type
ot cosmetics io use and in what manner, etc .. A beautician of the
timous French house of Lancome t28 Faubourg St. Honor6. she is\
touring all of South, Central America and the Caribbean, consulting,
iccomnimending, advising freely.. Miss Guillet1 lodged at Hote Plaza,
loves her work and is devoted to Laricome (local representatives J.
1-. Laliam) and, she declared, she'll get an extra kick out of her
i !aii rs..ignment as shT' -has never seen such lovely faces,..
Ingrid Eergman and her Italian producer husband Roberto Rosse-
i.i,, '. nnntg a stagc tour of South America and Canada, according
to an nnnunce'ment from Paris, Mrs. Bcrgman will star in the play
je:nne an Bucher and her husband'will direct it... They may pass
through Haiti on their tour...
The Public Works Dept. has joined the touristic drive with a map
of Port au Prince... All viqit-worthy sites are ticked off... The dusty
arid area between Grand Rue amid the Croix des Bossales market-
place, known as Rue Tiremasse, is no longer in competition with'the
Great Australian desert Road-maker, have almost finished asphalt-
ing and smoothing operations St. Georges team sombrely flew back
to Kingston Ja. Monday in a Haitian Army plane. Scores: Athletics
St. Louis 5244, Football St. Louis 1-1, 1-0, 2-0. Henceforth the St.
Louis boys- will be famed .s the Dragons who -turned the tables on
the -Knight of Truth.... There was no sadness in the social side of
the.visit The Jamaican schoolboys were fIted everywhere winding
up with a Sunday night farewell party at Cercle Port au Princien...
Marks for distinguished playing: Rdemy (St. Louis), MaYry (St. Louis),
de Matteis (St. Loris), Cheri a.ud Hall (St. GC)...
-Back at the Riviera after a successful Su-mmer in the U.S. s.young
talented singer-composer Guy Durosier, speaking English and' eaol-
dent he can rejuvenate the lagging of the late oBamboche Room, at
the RIVIERA... Guy didn't marry the "'Hindu Girl- actress hie had
a change of heart a weekk, before the-zero hour, and was sued' for his
vacillation... He hopes to return Stateside next Spring after the Thaw..
-Bud Wilkinson, coadh of the GREAT' Orange Bowl Champs a0k-
lahoma., is due to visit Colonel and Mrs. S. S. Riddle... Bud is com-
ing with' his charming wife; he.gets relaxation before Ftid'ay nighi'-
game when she plays the baby organt..
-Miss Ivy-. Baxter, director of Kingston's leading creative dance
school, may bring her troupe to perform here next Suiy...
-Youtbful Eugene Whittington of Houston, Texas, and his glorious
blonde wife, kft Port Tuesday for the ,,Rier of No Return,... The
young couple vacationed here a week at the International Club. at
Thor, acclrimed it as ideal honeymoon territory, are on their way
South to Suriname. Dutch Guiana, to go forth into tie'junge cutting
down' trees and making them into logs, and other pioneer adtics...
They hope to spend hext Christmas back ira Port am: Prine...
-Our all male Michej Dejean Chorus- ha5 contracted with, Ibo 6ar
the winter season, will' qhiante every night till' the'end of August
at the Lu-xurfous hotel'.. September, Ole boys will tour Canada and
the U'S.... The trip to Bogota is. off...
-Pau-l Weesner. owner of Riviera, was-'up early one morning this
week to make sure care as taken irr umsoading his.baby._ A. S107'
WHITE' ELDORADO' CADILLAC...
A parked camioen on the St. Marc Iontroiris road sent Antonio
Rodriguez and Ford into a spir. He somersaulted 3 tires before co-
ing to a -craz6 net. stop. He and boy passenger escaped unhurt..
rfday was the thirteenth...
The Grumman Goose amphibian giant which ferries oil-drillers ac-
ross to' La Gonave was summoned urgently last week to the aid of
a. worker who had broken' his leg... w
Col. S.S. Ridtdle and Major Lou Stokes look the c-aft over as the
pilot was absent in the States, landed the baby in the bay to find the
injured man was already two hours on his way to Port atu Prince
At the Nleuchatel State Observatory
ZE I TH
THE PRECISION RECORD
FORP /RIST WATCHES
A ND FOR POC('KET WATCHES
S I N C E 1 9 2 3
Study these facts before buying a watc.h
Sunday January, 15th 1956
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
EDITOR-PUBLISHER BEVNARD DIEDERICH
GERANT-RESPONSABLE PAIL E. NAJAC
VANDALS SHOOT UP BIRD POPULATION
,Every Sunday invading hordes of lone-rangers armed
with .22 rifles swarm over the unfenced country-side near
Arcachon belonging to the Th6ards intent on the wholesale
destruction of any type of bird that crosses their path.
Birds of all varieties are massacred on sight small insect
catchers, which are the farmer's greatest friends, song-birds,
One of these grown men, questioned by a real hunter in
his thirties, explained he was %just amusing himselff.
The bird-killers fall into two general categories the sa-
dists who kill for the pleasure of taking life and inflicting
pain. and the suedo hunters who take pleasure in amassing
a bounty of the tiny singing birds.
It's high time for a protective law to be passed describing
the kinds of birds which gun-men may shoot. Destructive
birds, and larger game birds would not be given Government
protection by such a law, but harmless, decorative or useful
varieties would definitely be vtabuy for hunters.
Posters should then be placed in prominent places through-
out the Republic to warn the riflemen who think it's good
clan fun to slaughter the tiny winged creatures that add so
much beauty to the world and play so important a part
in the control of insect pests.
PREPARE .FOR MARDI GRAS, FEBRUARY 11-15.
_____ ___ ,Mardi Gras 1956 is the most
_______ promising in years. Well ahead
pkaH= of time. the members of the
PEN PAL PLEASE!
Since I was sick in the Hospi-
tal 1 started Lo collect Stamps.
Now I wonder Sir if you would
he so kind to print this letter in
your Newspaper, perhaps some of
your readeis would like to help.
this 'Xmerican young man with
his Hobby. -Just by sending me
some Stamps from your Country,
form your mail, as stamps to'
me are lik'? candy to a baby. It
glIes me so much pleasure, and
it hclps me to pass the time away,
and all of you folks coied make
me so very very"happy, if I got
a lot of letters with Stamps from
you. as Stamps give me so ucihi
knowledge of your country, peo-
plc, products, history etc. So plea-
se' I sincerely hope you will not
I want to thank tije Editor of
this paper for making it possible
for me to reach all of you good
and kind people. Thanks a Mil-
-her young daughters, who are This inv;tation was pilfered by
completely acceptable, and the her and the cards of the club are
invitationri which she presented personal.
bore the names of her husband The lady in question does not
and daughters who live with live under the same roof as her I'
their father, husband ... '
HOTEL FeM Afd4
orlti me. ine IIInZI5Uri or L iuc non iraominte bottom of ,my
..' *Port au Prince Commune. and Heart, and may God Bless You ARTICLES DE PARIS
^ Officials throughout the coun- All, I am
.,.w try live been making prepara- Your American Friend Embroidered dresses Skirts Blouses
tions. LeO Boffa ---
V- A complete fair is to be im- 1110 CoUege Ave
: / ported from Florida, Carnival Bronx 56 NY R 0 0 M S
.,:*' Queens from other islands of U.S.A 0
' '., : -. the Caribbean have accepted CAMARADERIE REPLIES AMERICAN MANAGEMENT,
'' | :. invitations to participate, a n d Sir, COMFORTABLE PRIVACY
I more elaborate plans have be- The l dy in question to whom REASONABLE SERVICE
^ And wien made-all around. entry into this club was refused, Centrally Located (Corner Ruelle. Waag and Chemun.
And with the increased care (Haiti Sun eTi Joseph Report-.) des Dalles
A. on tie part of officials, indivi- December 25) did not come with APPLY HAITI SUN OR. TEL. 3201.
dual anticipation is scaling new "
S~ heightst. Almost everybody is
.... hei .g. b eagerly awaiting the big event.
bour'ood jBut more is needed even -
fete. ii ;than this if we are to make the
,", days from February 11-15 the liar
greatest, gayest, most unfor-
getable fiesta ever. if we are
to exploit to the full the pains taken by Officialdom. .
Each and every one of us must join in the spirit of the
Mardi Gras, helping by decorating our own home and neigh-
bourhood, joining whole-heartedly in the "joyousness of the
f6te. lt's the people who make Mardi Gras. and in spite of
rivers and oceans of expensive floats, gala fairs and elaborate _-
functions, Haiti's Carnival depends on the co-operation of --
every one of us. I
HAIR-CUT FOR AVE. MARIE-JEANNE ...
Only one accident was recorded this week on Avenue Marie
Jeanne, .one of the beautiful, straight, double-laned boule-
vards on the Exposition, but, added to the previous total of 1
crashes this lone incident indicates need for corrective action. -.p -
SAll the inhabitants of the boulevard agree that it would 1 ".
be better to sacrifice beauty. to safety and cut the bushes al/ "
down. planting stunted grass in its place, so the motorists' "" '----
visibility may be improved when they are turning. Ii Oil A To o '
Wise insurance men would pay the cost of the City rerriov- C A aterpillar D2 T3ractor, operate inghi
ing the shrubs and replanting the area with grass. d gear, at 3 MPH, will pull four 14-inch
"" moldboard- plows 6 inches deep in very
^ IBA,' *heavy soil.
'^ ,..-r-," ^ f-S- -It will plow I1. acres per hour, using
..- ^ *AB*fo, 1 -ess than 2 gallons of low-cost Diesel fuel.
.' ,., i \- r Unlike wheel-type tractors, this ma-
MAISON G. GILG Rue Bonne Foi
THE FARMER'S GIANT
Ahine can operate on steep slopes or over
marshy ground without excessive slip-
page. Yet, the broad steel tracks exert less
ground pressure per square inch-than the
weight of a man's foot. Consequently,
with this type of tractor, your soil
remains more porous, easier to till and
: more productive.
Equipped with a bulldozer, this trac-
tor can .build roads, remove trees and
stumps,-build drainage ditches and stock
Vo watering ponds, level land or fill in eroded
It cail also be equipped with a loader,
rear power take-off or an agricultural
Let us tell you more about this modern
agricultural giant. It is more economical
than and can outwork a wheel-type
tractor of comparable horsepower or anyv
combination of animals.
DrniiTrn.r 'Rq PF l
HAITIAN TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT Chancerelles
MAURICE BONNEFIL MANAGEIt
' Sunday January, 15th 195
PAGE 6 _____ HAITI SUNS y.9
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: GOULDS PUMP CENTER
Charles F quiere
By Philippe Sterlin
(Author of Vodou Vevs)
Translated from the French.
ART is the representation in
a given form of the intense emo-
tion which elevates a man who
the mystery of life-a man who
Yet a work of art is not a copy
of nature. Instead of copying the
artist interprets. Sifted 'by his
extra-ordinary personality, inde-
cipherable symbols, which to the
masses were only derisive appea-
rances, produce for the. artist
transplendent truths for all. A
true creator, it is at the expense
of his substance, at the cost of
his life that he creates. His work
is always a little of his flesh and
blood deliberately offered.
It would seem that so great a
sacrifice should then confer, at
the very least a few privileges.
But it i4 seldom so. The artist,
dispenser of joy, often sees him-
self ignored. Whereas, above all,
he fears to be alone. Whereas,
nobody more than he has need
'of the presence and approval of
This point of view which we
share completely with Elie Fau-
re, is at the root of the decision
which Mrs. Lena Assad has just
made to organize a permanent
exhibition of Haitian paintings at
the Villa Creole. This is the re-
sult of a project which she has,
long cherished: to exhibit in a
suitablee setting works which have I RACE MUSIT DI
been intelligently and regorouslvTHIS RAC M S D
selected. So that even the foreign The sooner a certain race of
cr who is merely intransit here i 1Ces extinct in Haiti, the better
may appreciate in all tranquili- Busine-iss ethics, subject of gre
ty the real progress of young iii the schodo-roonm and firmly
Haitian Art and acquire a souve- 1!1 responsible fathers and mother
nir of real value. by member., oLt this Vieux Gar
This is not all. geni:-ati:n in s inte of "ouangas
,.ical Lfmis of attack
Also not only are the qualities
of certain men and women re- Ev'en tlo:la ',.lien modern n
sealed. But works of art, before cc- ..v number of local busir
yielding their message of beauty ,. . :.i.b.,itc lir.ok. when exeLc
exact many a contact, many an It l --%en n,':. there exists a
fire and brimstone businessmen beco-
for all concerned in the community.
at floods of rhetoric and prose, lauded
inculcated into growing children by
ers, are regarded with a jaundiced eye
rde, many of whom persist into this
*, prayers rmadichon. and more phy-
tethuds arc being adopted by an in-
!e;,nen, when offices are \rearing a
cutives are graduates of business col-
core of die-hards who yell and scream
approai, a devout harvest. '. ca off 20' ot every bill presented to them- then refuse 1o pay
I thrie balance until .tomorrow.. "next week., then -next month-.
Nevertheless, the enlightened I Yet if you owe them money, they will hold your grandmother as-
critc is a roal saviour. I ho-tage, spend hours ,.ah jure ou- every day. and even tore-close
S He can give the benefit of 1n the mortgage on your pig-pen.
his long study in his brief sum-
marie s.s The anli: ,".I these anachronistic characters -and characters they.
So it is thatMadame a p -r' !_;' v rme the worst 'tricks of Mlalice or Bouqui.
haSo slicited is thate aid of Ars. Ines F ,' .. u,-y Reckoning will come for these men who cripple the-
has solicited the aid of Mrs. tines I^ ^ ^ ,^ iclto h ~rec
Schleimer who, not long ago. work eLo:., Lir the country by holding out of circulation the currency
ed for the New York board of h:. iite*'-hlood of the country, who have been responsible for
education. irs. Sehleir th ,r'w o.ld-, dtti.'-riton in the race of bill collectors (No resDbns-
noeducation Mrs. charged with the sale bye re., r -ends a husky man round to touch l'argent, any
not only be charged with the sale ^ ^ ^^ ^^ bsnsmn
of paintingd at the Galerie Villa rnore reca:,.l he may be tempted to murder the miserly businessmen.
Creole, but besides shewill give Also the 1it.er a collector, is the less damage he sustains when he is
periodical lectures in English thrown o t rt certain second-storey offices). .
which will help foreigners better Then, u1;vn these Scroogeletts end up in no place higher than Hell.
to understand the message of the they will "urelS: be made to do extra frying duty to ease the lot of
ehibiterd wrks. the poor bill collectors whom they have frightened to death or. driven
exhibitedto commit suicide or even murder.
FOR SALE "THE BL'TTrERPLIES OF A DREAM, in softly blending colours,
escape from beneath your supple, gracious fingers, 0 Fabienne Jac-
A beautiful piano with mirror., cquinot, delicously to flutter against us- This opening stanza of
Call at artist Joseph Duroseau at Marat Chenet's tribute to the visiting French pianist who gave a high-
his piano repair shop 17 Ruelle ly successful recital at the French Institute last Thursday, shows howv
Waag Port-au-Prince inspiring was her music...
Sunday January, 15th 1956
Sunday January1 15th 1956
(Continued from Our Last I
CHAPTER 9: RIGHT OF WA
ART: 91: When two vehicle
meet at in intersection the or
which is to the left 6f the othE
will stop dead until the othc
car has passed.
h) When two veLLicles meet
- a corner formed by a side-strea
and a main road the car on Ut
main road has the right of wa:
c) When two cars meet at th
intersection of any road wit
a road of heavy traffic, the ci
on the latter road has always
the right of way, even iI it is n
to the left of the other car.
d) When two cars meet at tl
entrance to an, other road froi
a 'road of nleavy traffic, thd ci
on the o'her road has prioril
over that on the road of hea'
e) When two cars meet at tl
intersection of two roads of lie
vy traffic, the car on the le
will stop completely until tlo
other one has passed.
fj When two cars going in o
posite directions meet at a corn
er or intersection, the car which
is going straight has the right
way over that which wishes I
g) When two cars are approach
ing each other from opposite d
sections and an obstacle (suc
as a parked vehicle) prevei
them from passing, the car v
the right of which the obstac
is located must stop behind th
obstacle to allow the other c
hi The chauffeur who arrive
at the corner pr intersectic
- marked by a sign' beai;ing the
the line of intersection of ti
two road.-l He will contint
when the road in which he wi
hes to travel is free.
i) Violation of one of the y
ragraphs of this article will i
cur a fine of fifteen gourdes fi
the guilty party and if he fai
to pay, imprisonment for fi'
ART: 92: a) A driver must st(
immediately if he has an ace
dent. If there are victims h
mpst transport them immedi
tely to the hospital or to tU
nearest clinic, and will report
the matter to the Bureau de Po-
lice right away.
b) Infraction of this article
\ ill incur for Its author a fine
of 75 gourdes with suspension
of fis licence for 3 months, and
in the, case of non-payment im-
prisonment for 15 days. In the
case of repeated offense, the
' driver's license will be susp.end-
ed for a tir.
ie / c, In tie case where serious
a- injury is caused, death or se-
ft riouc da-mage, and the chauf-
e teur- disorieys the rulings of this
ar'il) 'lie fine and the length
p- of imprisonment v'ill be doubl-
n- ed and his licence revoked for
2h ever. A
to ART: 93: All drivers in defian-
ce of this chapter starting off
2h at 'an intersection before their
[i- turn and in this w a y
*h cause an accident will be in
it the wrong und will be liable to
to a fine of 59 gourdes or ten days
le imprisonment without affecting
is the action of the Civil Courts.-
CHAPTER 10. INFRACTIONS
es ART: 94: 0 In the ease of a
in breach of i traffic law, the po-
id lie will require the licence' of
Dp the driver in question for legal
ig statements. When the charge is
ie drawn up, the' ficence will be
ie given back to the driver who
is- will then have 24 hours in which
Sto present himself at the Police
a- Station. (Traffic Department)
n- Besides the infractor must sign
or the 'ticket> certifying that he
Is has received it.
S bl In the case where the driv-
er does not present himself, the
op license will be suspended for
Ml- three months after which he
ie will be judged for his original
ie c) If the driver can show at
SPresidential Decree On Traffic
cense withdrawn or suspended
according ic the gravity of his
bi Drivers who cause a fatal
accident through imprudence or
negligence will lose their licen-
ses for ever
c) These measures will be
taken along with the exaction
ot the fine.
Dr. GERARD BASTIEN
Post graduate of the Univers-
ity of Michigan
Professor at the Dental Facul-
Dois Verna No. 65
A Vendre Jeep Station Wagon, 1944 mo--
Jeep Station Wagon modele del. %
1944 S'adresser i Agences Apply Agences Otis ,Mc Allis-
Otis Mc Allisterv S.A. ter S.A., Rue Pav6e,
Rue Pav6e, Otage Tropical Gas Floor above Tropical Gas.
V m -
the moment when the violation
is established that he is about
to go a voyage, the Police will
accord him a reasonable period
of grace :ind this will be sbown
on the ticket.
d) In the case where the driv-
er does not present himself at
the end of this period, the lic'en-
-se will be withdrawn under the
same circumstances and with
the same conditions as the pre-
ceding article designates.
ART: 95: The driver who causes
an accident through negligence
or carelessness will have his li-
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- HAITI SUN .-..... ___ Sunday January. 15th l856
VENEZUELAN FOLKLORE DANCERS DUE
TO PRESENT SHOW IN PORT At PRINCE
: : ,% i,?:, = _- .- . .-w
S. ..... .- .- I'.
'OLE!'"'6 2-AtE'NEGRITA MARISOL, and that's Yolanda M.lorena flashing' a big, South American smile
as she i'asha'-ilrttj on the arm of Alberto Vega in one of the steps of the exotic Venezuelan folk dance.
Yolanda, .star Of1"HRstablo de Maravillas has bqen acclaimed throughout the cinema, Teevee and. taeat-.
er world of .all the Americas.
We will see her soon in Haiti The ,Retablo de LMaravillas" troupe is due here Weanesday.
A gala presentation will be given by the troupe Januar" 20 at the Casernes Dessalines.
Qualiltj wsooo an Sialat.
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Mrs. Cordozo's Speech Brings
Results From iUnited States
M.A's Jacqueline Tunran.Cordozo they might be interested. I took
Port au Prince Haiti the November 13th issue of the
My dear Mis Cordozo, Hla:lti Stun, which carried the ar-
Although I have nevzr had the ticle about their gift to CARE, to,
pleasure of meeting you on my ono on my two offices where ona
two visit; tn Haiti, I am making of rn:'- s.oe-rvisees is a member.
t he liberty f writing you Sieic showed it to other members
In the Detembter llth issue of the- mnd they were delighted
the Haiti Sun, to which I sub-scri- wub it Thii mayhave been an-
be, I read your speech before the ,'pnina wedge., to get them in-
Rehabilitation Congress. I felt. tpIe',.d ;n your project.
perhaps., I r.-rld help in a small i-'L:riaps, I had better explain
way at least. The problem was jmy elf. I aim a case supervisor
HOW 'i' in lh,- Department of Welfare of
Fir.t of all naturally, was a per Nc'. York City. We have what is
sonal contribution which you will called 4Social Audit* which is a
fin-! encnlosed I am sorry it can- 1cnclinual ie'view of the cases in
not be inore than tenidollars now. rc--lig;uilitv 'of the families in
I hone. I cmn rcp-et it Jater. L-"u'lir ..\A-sst.lnce'. We are respon-
'Ineli -- i began to think jlile to t'.cJCommissioner of Wel-
:-3ly t:iik:.. \lay t1e I could in- .r- Cenieis. arid although we
teryt som of the other people, I ,-o our .auditing" in the Welfare
Am ,'icani I met last July in Hal- C-.ntesi.. 'ye are a separate entity
ti in your work.' r'-r them.
YourI speech is so beautifully in other .vords we review their
worded anil so appealing, I won- ra'-,es and either approve them
dered if you had any copies of is submitted or disapprove them
it. Possibly Mr. Diederich might until the work we tell them needs
have s.urp!us copies of the Haiti to be done is completed. At pre-
Sun so that the speech could b? ent, I supervise the Social Audit
clipped from them. If 1 had a learns in two of the Welfare Cen-
number of copies. I could send lt:r;
them with a letter to the people; Perhaps, Ihat explains, in part.
who are out ct' town and give i, m interest in social work in ge-
them to those who live here in neral
New York. I As to my interest in Haiti In
I have shown the Haiti Sun to1 1954, my var-ation was spent in
one' person a2rod.'v and Ihave in- a complete fiving trip around the
terested her at least. Shd is a Cnrbbliean, visiting far too brief-
member of Ihe Delta Sigma The- ]" nil of the islands and Caracas.
ta Sorority which recently gave For many ears [ had longed for
to Haiti through CARE. She felt (Continued on Page 13)
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SUGGESTIONS FOR THIS WEEK IN PORT-AU-PRINCE
Champ de Mars
Open daily except Sunday from 9-2
Raising Lowering of Flag, 8 a. 1.-5 p. m.
Champ de Mars
Open daiully except Sundays
PALAIS DES BEAUX ARTS
Aux Palmlstes. Expoition Grounds
Open da ly from 9 5
MUSEE DU PEOPLE IIAITIEN
Aurx Palmiulftes, Expositlon Grounds
Open dally from 9 -
PFot further Inlormtioam
se your Travel Agent
FOYER DES ARTS PLASTIQUES
Aux Palmistes, Exposition Grounds
Open dally from 5
Permanent Art Exhibitians
Rue de Is
Open dally except Sunday from 9 I
Current Art Shows
IRON MARKET '
, OPEN daily frlom 4
Special Market days on Saturdays
Open dallyU from 4 -6
In Port,- au Prince
For vilt hours Fee
'ou"r Travel Agent
Rue Pavde (Near PAA Offices)
.Famous for its beautiful Haitian Mmld
THEATRE DE VERDURE
Aux Palmlstes, Exposition Grounds
Open Tuesdays and Thursdays
Evening for folklore shows
STADIUM PAUL E. MAGLOIRE
Boxing and Track Field events.
Football (Soccer) Matches
Thrice a week at night
For further Information Phone: 3015
Aux Palmlstes. F.positlon Grounds
Eight Shturdays aft moons
and Sundays morning
Glass bollom hnil leaves
Daily Casino Pier 9:30 am.
La Belle Cr6ole
The Caribbean's Molt
Unique Shopping Center
Open daily from 8 5 Phone: 3171
Citd de I'Exposltlon, Exposittn GroLnds
n I Wednesday and Sunday nights
trom 7 10 p. m.
PLACE IES HEROS
Champ do Mans
Sunday Coneerts from 1-9 .m
PFar further Infonatiaon
see your Travel Agent
Open daily e'xept Sunday
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Oien from sunset to sunrlslng
ft = Boutflllers
Moun lain.-top Retanrant,
Dancing and GUI Shop
Ctd de l'Expositlon
Gambling and Dancing
Open every night
Floorshow on Wednesdays Phone: 3076
Open on Saturday Nights Phoner 7SM
Air-conditioned Bar Dancing
Excellent orchestra, folklore floorshows
EL RANCIAO HOTEL
Dinner dances on Mondays, Wednesdays
HOTEL IBO LELE
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Dinner dances on
ruesdays and Fridays Phone: 7886
4 6f 4& FZRE PORT SHOPS
NAL. BANK OF THE REPUpUC
Open dally except
Saturday and Sundays from 9 1
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
Open dally except
from 9 I Phone: 2213
PAA-- Phone: 3451
KILM- Phone: 2352
DELTA Phone: 3323
CUBANA Phone:' 3200
AVIATION ADH- Phone: 2613
Compania Dominlcana de Avlaclon...3725.
SHIPPING LINES :
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Cathedral: 4, Q, 7:30 and 8:30 am.
Sacre-Ccmur: 5:30, 7. 8:30 aju.
St. Anne: 4, 7 and 8 a.m.
St Gdrard: 4, 5:30 and 8:30 an.m
St. Louis de Prance: 8 and 9 a.m.
Sixtino Chapel (CItd do 1'Expod nwua
St. Pierre (Pdtlonvilie): 4. 6, 3
and 9:30 a.m.
Ste. Th&r se (Pdtlonville): 6 amm.
Cathedral: French 6 and English I Le.
French 8 a.m.
Baptist Church: 9 end 10 am.
Presbyterian:. 9 mad 10 ajsL.
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Office hours: 8-1 p.m.
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
Haiti Sun (your newspaper) in collaboration with La
Belle Creole (your shopping center) have put out this
section of the newspaper in order to give you information
that will help you to make your stay not only pleasant but
We are always at your Service, for any information. you
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W1RTs1 aTUA -IOWrT...
PAM UFOGRTTARLE EXPERIENCE
Haitian Handowen Fabrics
Haitian Handwoven Rugs '
Cameras and Films
OMEGA & Tissot Watches
Patou, Le Gallion,
Nini Ri-ci, Corday,
. Raphael, Piquet,
; Coty & Houbigant.
L Napoleon, Martell,
.Harvey's Brisiol Cream
The Most Complete
Assortment of the
Haytian Voodoo Inspired
Haytian Sculptored Mahogany
Haytian Turtle-shell Jewelry
Jewelry from all over the
Kerchiefs, Stoles, etc.
(we mail them for you).
Dunlop Golf Balls
Dunlop Tennis Balls
Indian Embroidered Bags
Petit Point Bags
^ s^etre 4&tP
Trench Chantilly Laces
everybody meets at
cThe Fountain* in
La Belie Creole for
Fruit and Fruit Juices
Eggs and Omelettes
Waffles and Hot Cakes
Soft Drinks, Beer
Crisp and Cold Salads
Ice Creams, Sundaes
Cigars and Cigarettes
SNative Polos for Men
seo I gIifts p
., ),0 6@CTl ::g~lf sopj
Unusual amopg Gift Shops of
the world, is the branch of LA
BELLE CREOLE located on
the terrace of the LE PER-
CHOIR, the famous restaurant
on top of BOUTILLIERS
MOUNTAIN, overlooking Port
Through the wide windows
of Le Perchoir Gift Shop the
shopper's eyes are drawn from
the attractive show cases, to the
breath-taking beauty or nearly
two thousand square miles of
Hispaniola's plains, mountains
and sea, lying 3.300 feet below.
Spacious, and always cooL
Le Perchoi" Gift Shop offers
the same high quality French
perfumes. Haitian jewelry, dan-
dicraft, books, paintings and
hundreds of other gift items,
assembled from the far corners
ai the earth, as in the mother
store, La Belle Creole, in town.
The prices, the fixed price po-
licy,'the sales slip with every
purchase, with the guarantee of
the firm's name, are identical.
Located in the shop is a bar
whore one can sip Haitian rum
punch, C.ea, coitee, soft drinks-
or whe:.e one can hove a' ween
meal snack of s'ndvwiches, ca-
ke, ice cream, while shopping.
The combination of cool com-
fort, spectacular view, excel-
lent merchandise, and refresh-
ment, make a shopping trip to
LE PERCHOIR GIFT SHOP
a pleasant and profitable ex-
perience a high spot indeed
in your travels.
By Mary Joknson
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-
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 hqvers 3,000
feet above Port-au-Prince and
its emerald bay. Guests during
tea and cocktail hour have a
Eront 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 breezeswept
terrace, guests can watch cars
step at the Dominican border
20 miles away.
Whether it's a thick state-
side steak or an ethereal Rum
GoufflH6, Le Perchoir food is
superbly prepared and elegant-
ly served. F61ix Gulgnard and
is orchestra provides music for
The International Casino, a
swank establishment run by a
staff imported from Monte-
Carlo, is one of thy major
pbinmts of interest during the
summer and winter tourist sea
sons. There one can dine on
excellent Italian food and later
visit the gaming tables which
are meticulously run under the
supervision of the Haitian Go-
vernment. On the bay side,
an orchestra bears 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 pui.
on by the talented National
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 revolt
ving center serves as the stage
for Michel Desgrottes tri-lin-
gual crooning and a nightly
floo 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
Re Ro, Haiti's number one dru-
rnruper, 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 thatthed-roofed night
club, Cabane Choucoune, is the
mecca of the Capital Elite and
visitors. Alternating orchestras
thrdb 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 Cabanc
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 rbamboches> or non-reli-'
gious dances held in open eton-
nelles* to the pulsing beat of
the voodoo drums. It's an UN'.
For late Stayer uppers any
night of the week, Dan Allen's
Rendez-vous across form the
International Casino goes -trong
until all hours. And along
about 1 a. m., the joint is usual-
ly hopping with oldtime Amne-
rican favorites, such as Alexaa.
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-
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-iPrince, Aux Cosaques is
known for its tasty flaming
lobster and other typically HaL
tian dishes. The Savoy, just
off the Champs de Mars, offers
either Haitian or American
-foods and if you are really ho-
mesick for southern fried chic-
ken that is just where you'll
find it a block from the Na-
rional Palace tChanticleer,i
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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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 cars, with or without
chauffers, elsewhere. The Hai-
tian Air Force provides safe
and efficient air transport to
most important points in Haiti
at very reasonnable rates. Ask
your, hotel manager or your
travel agent for details.
Each of these trips has its
special attraction. From the
longer tr'ps you will return
with a grand thirst, a hearty
appetite, a delicious fatigue,
quickly banished by a hot bath
% want to bec.
S omrne acquain-
f^f "Ked with Hai-
P k li there are
J. many intere-
J .!.. ,which afford
a close-up of
; '. Haitian life
which you cannot gain if you
confine your sight-seeing to the
city. i .,
Most of these trips can be
made in convet'onal automno-
biles, others require the more
versatile jeep to navigate the
rough spots and river crossings.
All of them can be made in sa-
town of Petionville, then up a
winding mountain road, borde-
red by flaming giant pointsetta
plants. You pass the tratched
(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
aave 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
Ecips first, here are a few boiled
inwn suggestions for travel in
AND LE PERCHOIR
(Ler Pershawh) The Perch)
The mpst spectacular view in
Haiti:. 2,000 square miles of
Haiti spread out before you -
a miracle of color, form, sun-
light and shadow! Port-au-Prin-
ce lies at your feet (3.000 feet
below) like a giant map. To get
to this breath-taking, unbelie-
eable and unforgettable view
)u ride 10 miles from Port-au-
Prince, through the pretty little
If you have the time, we re-
commend that you take three
days and g.- to Cap-Ha'itien by
car. Its about 170 miles and a
minimum of 5 or 6 hours, but
you should take about 8 hours
to enjoy it most. So to one of
Cap Ha'itien's comfortable 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
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.
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.
AND LA CITADELLE
This trip is an experience in
history and geography. It is an
adventure and a pilgrimage
which you must not miss.
one of Haiti's most beautiful
beaches, Raymond les Bains;
Two hotels there, clean and.
comfortable. Plan to stay ovei4,
night at least.
FORET DES PINS
In south-east Haiti, i drive of
some 60 miles from Port-au-
Prince is a beautiful pine forest
at an elevation of about 7,000
feet. To arrive at this 150,000
acre forest, one drives through
the rich sugar cane lands of
the Cul de Sac plain, then
through and arid region of cac-
tus to the edge of Lake Etang
Sumnatre, famous salt lake, in-
fested .with crocodiles, lying on
the frontier of the Dominican
Republic. There the climb corn-,
mences to the cool Pine Forest.
This trip will take all day,
returning to your hotel for....:
cocktails anddlinner. Passing.
through a number of small Hai- .
tian towns and villages, it af-
fords a variety of impressions,
of Haitian life and geography..
Take a wrap for your visit --
its cool up there. -- .
.&a 4ei,& SPECUTIS at49
J ONE PRICE POLICY
PRICES VISIBLY MARKED ON EACH ITEM
FULLY jTEMISED SALES SLIP FURNISHED
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TRAM VEt SU ES TIONS
if you want another trip off
the-beaten track go to Jacmel,
on Haiti's south coast. Jacmel,
once a flourishing town, still
has a considerable export bu-
siness, but is typical of many
Haitian provincial sea-coast
towns waiting for better days
to come. Jacmel has a flavor
of its own. To get there you
can take the easy way by air,
or the adventurous way- by
road, about 60 miles, practical-
ly every mile of which has a
river crossing. Near Jacmel is
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Royal Bank of Canada
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9. Post Office Bldg.
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I TTThI HEYER DECORTICATOR
S.IS LOW PRICED,
AND COS.SSO LITTLE TO OPERATE
4kac L, l
ittz- we4C4cto-In% -tohc
WITH ONE SMALL
S" The Greatest Invention
Each day more kdecorticfiters go into operation throughoutthe
; ne, and other Sisal growing areas Free demonstrations and se
cator ih; operation al Duinout Belantde's plantation at Diquini.
opportunity of decreasing labour and maintenance costs, in-
y the new invention.
I in a Day!
In Its Field
v Republic, in the Cl-de-Sac,. Rivir'e Froide, LJgi
rviciue tii (firsi by.c-k iy trained Sonaci- engineer. .
Stop by ..at SONACO and see the New
Machifie More and more Sisal Farmers
are finding it jnt the thing they've *
/, been looking for
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AMiBA' SADO" PIER'I L. l:LDICOURT, en.'o of hi- country t
-the Repr)h.:: 01 V'Cecuc:!, ii seen :Ibo).'e cutting the mtaugrt'l ribbo
tf thie aboratory oi the ('arjpnao Sch',ol The recently. coinstructe
laborator. hoasts a portrait of Alexandrc rtion in thb principal hal
_Haiti contributed $1,000 to the building.
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ENGLISH In a Short Time
Professional translations confidential
(Ruelle Waag and Ave. Cheinin des Dalles Tel: 320
a Every Thursday 9 P.M. to 1 A.Mi. Dancing-Special
ADMISSION 60 CENTS
'Saturday Night its Always CABANE CHOUCQUNE
Sunday January, 15th 1953
ing to available evidence in the Only 15 Pleasant Miles
*it fortnight since the begein- 35 Leisurely Pilutes from Port au Prince
nming of tlih season. L
Haitiin A.-Vmerican Sugar, in Yet almost 5,000 Ifct, almost a mile above sea-level
operation for the current season Unexcelled American French German
since inidnightJanuary 1, is look- C
ing forward to a record harvest Creole Ci_;sie and Beverages.
from the company farms in the j'^;2i,, ,^, ,.4, <,<[t
Leogane and Cul de Sac Plains V I L
Cargoes received a, the Chan- H 0 T EL VI L L A CREOLE
certelles factory since December .
28 have been extremely encou- 'f." "
raging, while independent farm- IlW
ers were warned well in advance BE sure to include
of the date of company pureha- VILLA CREOLE
e'. ,ann vnulr itinerary"
Activity on the plantations has .
been steadily increasing from
early November when cutting .A4
Haiti's famous uchomard flar-
meno has been enthusiastically
acclaimed by visiting epicures.
and featured by cdmperial Li.M.a t1
nenMonday Night I ..
But foreigners aren't the only MODEL-TE
connoisseurs of food. Hlaltl:tis Fashion Show Daring Dinner
know where the meat is done
just right,'where Wines are of a -.. .
perfect viiitage, and flavour to
'kiellow their' mood and forn' the
perfect foil for each delightful ,,- ct-r
That's why special oecasionsI THURSDAY
are observed at aAux Cosaiques.a
I_ '.'._ ~ ~h~ai
HEAR THE FIVE PIECE
VILLA CREOLE J%~J~
The AUX Cosaques Bar mm m1mm l h arii n ItibL it .iA li.stfl, .( ;
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JOSEPH NADAL & CO.
MRS CORDOZO'S SPEECH BRING RESULTS;
NEW YORK WELFARE WORKER VOLUNTEERS
(Continued frown Page 8)
such trip oat illness in the fami- Then your speech kn the Hal- If you are interested, perhaps
l'y, Including myself had prevent- ti Sun. That was something tan- i you could secure copies of your
ed it. I li.,e read extensively gilc' P.z:':u!asrly because it is speech for me ?
a.)out th v.-zT-,ea with special ruliald to children, and I have Also, how much money is need-
cmphdasi -..n Haiti which had always be.i concerned with the ed to care for one child ? People
cal-tured my special interest. Per- children. O, course, here in the are often more interested in the
laps the l;-.\ paragraph in the States, we too have many who individual th;:n in the'group. If
Haiti Sun editorial of December need help. tULz hure, there are I had some specific data re cost
l1ilh i463 9ve.rs ago,, expresses mzian' mann' to h?lp-- individuals of food c clinthing for one child
m.' f.,:Nirig better than any ani organizations, public and for a year,' ;t ;% *.Il be a talking
'i,,ds of my own. private charities. One onntribu- point,.. Spe.'itic- r.iake 4it easier.
fili-s .3ar in July rn.My vacation les. naturally, but one's contribu- Would you be willing to take the
,wa; spcnl in l'uerito Rico, Haiti tion is swalllowcd up in the to- time and trouble on the pos-
and Cuba, hie"lucfly Haiti, once tal programme and becomes, of sibility that I can interest some
aghin no that isn't quite true necessity, impersonal in a Way. people here ?
il ?,! y ny fin-itest never lessened One does iunt. see the immediate If you do not like the idea,
-I should szy my interest in i results I- do 'iot hesitate to say so
Ii..t-i v. io nci eascd by my visit. So, the .ui;,eal in your specLh i *''.r nnt b.2 offended. It is just
I tnl':ed .,1l' Dr. Russell ire- made me wonder if some others thnt I left a piece of my heart in
Squcitl: jinil tell the need there might not feel the same way and Hli:t I suppose.
ifur ., miuch help. But I'm be interested in doing something Forgive the lengthy letter
to nl'. ono- nerson. for vour work in Haiti, I wonder please, and let me knqw how you
n - ...- -. - -- if you can understand that I teel about the idea, won't you ?
d '6 S A hope you do, although it is hard IL would appreciate it very much.
6II SU JAR to explain and I have not express- Sincerely Yours,
HA R E ed it veryowell.' [ ,Mi.;) Mary Harrar.
PROMISING CHATELET DES FLEURS
SSua.ar production is expected in the FPines and Poinsettias
to it a nat' ,high in 1956, accord -i in Cool Kenscot'f
HAITI SUN __________
FLOUR MILL PLANNED
--- --- --- .- -- -~ y -----. -
THE HUNGRY CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS
(HAITI JOURNALL, Dec 26-30,
eA large part of our success is
due to Maurice E. Elie, who turn-
ed in to us this morning 2,271 gds
which he sollicited in donations.v
SeWe met Maurice Elie and
this was lucky for the little un-
fortunates. cYou can't combat all
alone this apathy so akin to de-
featism,b he told us. eBasically,
there's nothing wicked nor inten-
tional among us, but one is un-
intentionally and unwittingly in-
different. Comq with me, and I'll
show you What one man Has been
and still is fighting against, and
which has stumped not bnly you
but so many others.z
*And we strolled together, trac-
ing the boundaries, so to speak,
of the Saline. Already the Saline
has ceased to be merely one hous-
ing project ......behind the Cite
Magloire in the Saline there is
another project rising from the
swamps whose well-ventilated
little apartments, weU protected
from floods offer a haven to our
poor workers. Thus, the educatio-
nal work is carried on.*
4Among these buildings there
are other,--old shacks, where
the beneficiaries of the Govern-
ment housing program still wait.
Five hundred children a thous'
- and s many as there were -
received a new bill from the
BNRH. A brand new bill,
not to buy anything useful with,
but to use as anyone with money
'would use it-to buy something
to please his fancy. There, as
well as everywhere we passed to
distribute the donations received
from our friends, we made our
little urchin; and hungry waifs
-bozo comme tout hommeD, or at
least rich for a day!'
.Thus, thanks to Maurice E.
Elie, we have conquered the in-
differents .nd made at least 4000
children hanpy for a day. How
can we not thank publicly this
man with the heart overflowing
wlth enthusiasm and generosity,
this good citizen who turns his
friendship into action in such a
way that this friendliness becomes
an arm or a tool to conquer,
again and again and for always
Here are in part, the terms
sure to attain the sum which each
year permits us to realise our
little demonstration of
What a beautiful thing is this
confidence in a friend.
And what a -beautiful thing is
faith in the success of a work
which one knows to be whole-
some: true gauge of success.
Thus, I am happy not to disap-
point you In sending the total col-
lected in donations which I was
able to assemble, accompanied by
the list of. the numerous kindly
contributors to whom I send a
hearty Thank You in the name
of the little unfortunates who
will derive the benefits thereof;..
S Sincerely yours -
SMaurice E. Elie
in which Elie turned over to us Thus, thanks to Haiti-Journal,
the funds which he collected in and their .ynamic collaborator
donations and which distributed MAlaurice E. Elie, a work of truly
this morning with us, accompani- social significance was once more
ed by Mrs. Marcel Salnave end accomplished in our capital and
her daughter. Miss Marie-Simo- Port-au-Princiens can thank them
ne Salnave. and several friends.o for helping us overcome this in-
Port au Prince difference and selfish apathy so
December 27, 1955 I foreign to the- true spirit of
Cher Anmi Marcel, NI Christ6mas'
Your insertion in the December -- -- -
02rd q-q of ;d faiti-journ, 1 a-nIhnut
me, ,just came to my attention
yesterday, and did not fail t
.cheer my heart, always as sens
tiv a-, a tiru seismograph to sir
cere friendship '
You said, ?As for the Hungi
Children's Christmas Fund, wil
the list of our collaborator an
friend, Maur'ce E. Elie, we ar
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AGENTS: JOSEPH NADAL & CO.
ry (Continued from page Ii
id scientific 'discoveries in recent
Trans World Trading Company
officials, representatives of orPen-
talytel in HaitL tipped off this I
newspaper that the paint is plas-
tic-based with Vinyl by Imperial
Chemical Industries I.C.I.
Britain's largest industrial che- "
The quick-drying paint creates
an impermeable membrane and
may be washed again and again
without fear of deterioration.
FLOUR MILL .PLANNED
The two-year-old question of a
flour mill in Haiti was solved in
favour of the merchants behind
the project this week. I w I'
Mr. Constant Elie-Joseph and Everyooays
his associates have at last been E vm, body' F- u
granted Governmental approval -
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minent businessman is at present ._
abroad in connection.with the
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Sunday January, 15th 1956 HAITI SUN -PAGE 15
DISPENSARY INTERESTING IF TRUE
^^ B Bf r A $30.000 dispensary, built at Y TED SCOTT
Pilate by the Church with Go- I Y SC T
1vernment.-aid, was inauurat- ONE NEW YEAR BENEFICIARY WHO BEAT THE GUN
. !'. ed Sunday by Bishop Albert Cou-
.l''l "" ''"" ~ sineau of Cap Haitien. THE HAVANA POST. JAN. 1, 1956
.",I "B 1, *'lr P ."'. i'^ Constructed by Engineer Ser- The new year which begins today will bring some radical changes
'.i'..' .., ..'" ".; ,.ge Lebon, the dispensary is equip for a grect many people, but at least one of them beat the gun by
.A..i' .'' ip'. ':.?' ...*/!i. ped with the most modern appa- I several hours -a most appropriate figure of speech in the cir-
.' rati and includes rooms for con- cumstanecs- and announced that he is forsaking the freedom and
.i' sultation, laboratory, pharmacy, democratic liberties of the Dominican Republic for exile in the United
.^'.*i;'"fs g. y '. r A t '' '. f. s necology. Building operations States. This gentleman, so early off the mark, is German Ornes, who,
5 "' "*ft UUlK I[ SS.: commenced last May. until a few days ago, was Director-Proprietor of -El Caribe', a daily
c W uI)'U ,'. "lm.r F FIunds fpr the dispensary Were newspaper which is the official mouthpiece of Generalissimo Rafael
SC. O 4'O 4 ,l collected by the Cure of Pilate Leonici.s Trujillo, Benefactor of his Father-land.
-' "" "Rev. Father Duchesne and mem- 'These comments regarding Trujillo and freedom and democratic
Sol- Ditributors jot Huai bcrs of his congregation, assisted liberties prevailing in the Dominican Republic I make on the author-
MR. ROBERT FATTON by a 1110000 Government grant, ily ol German Ories. 0 y a few short weeks ago, German was in
S\Work till t.o be done on the dis- Hav:.n: dru.nming up enthusiasm for Trujillo's current -Fair of
Spc-n-.ary is estimated at $20.000 PeaeC., but a dispatch on the front page of .The Havana Posto .ves-
D)irc.Led bv the Si;ters of the tt.rrda' rimitcd him as referring t8 Trujillo as -an arroTant dictator',
IlhIlv Crori, the institution will which i 180 degrees off course from the path he previously followed.
i f- _be of inimncuriable value in coinm. It seems that tlhe also have their printshop gremlins in ,El Caribe'.
beating the misecry caused by ill- Under the picture of the placing of llovcrs at the fookof one of the
-^ & Phness in the Northern community. Several! thousand busts of the-Gcneralissimo, the statue was, referred
-...... --- Lu as a ..tomb'. This obviously was a mistake such as can occur in
the b:st regulated journalistic circles, but it was sufficient for Ornes
to lire his newspaper, valued ot approximately% $1 million, taken
," p, S3W iron hiim. Trujillo, a mystic and rather impressionable gentle-
H'.^ \man, regarded the reference to .tomb- as-being an evil portent.
| A(U^e, ... iSf ~Do not for one moment think that German Ornes is one of those
e, rL \ '~~~ 1 & remote figures in the Latin American political scene, whose fate can
b be of only' passing interest to the readers of 'The Havana Post.. It
S.,-. -- aM so happens that German Ornes is the husband of Diane Godwin, a.
former student at Rtrston Academy, and the daughter of our, some-
time collaborator, Sylvia Godwin. Diane's father is the internationally-
famous artist, Frank Godwin, who is well-known at the 23rd Parallel.
B ANORUE N 144 | Although,I met German Ornes personally through Diane when they
MIXU-,_ 1,. visited here recently on the'drum-beating expedition in the interests
of Trujillo's -Fair,of Peace', I had known him'by reputation for many
Years prior to that time. When he announced in New York on Thurs-
Sday that his newspaper had been snatched away from him by Trujillo,
A! y Ornes said tha; his close relationship with the Dominican 'Strong
IDE P T, Man had been a -marriage of convenience-. There is no question that
mop he served his master with undivided loyalty and this always ap- -.
Aw rr.6...N9. L EflmAr wrrL peared strange to me since his brother, Horacio, is one of the most
-. .IN PETION\ r it VILLE active opponents of the Trujillo regime:
~- --- - .. ~ -- Whenever the term 'Caribbean Legion-, is employed, men who have
committed dictatorial excesses reportedly shiver in their boots. It
so happens that German's brother, Horacio Owes, is the founder of
the -Caribbean Legion'.
Ddring the civil war in Costa Rica in March and April of 1948, when
Jose Figueres, now President of that Republic, overthrew the Con!-
Smunist-dominated government of Teodoro Picado, a helpful hand was
W loaned by Horacio Ornes. At the head of a group of sixty young Costa
1 Rican lawyers, doctors planters and .playboys-trevolutionists, Otines
led an amphibious expedition which captured Puerto Limon, ,Costa
Rica's principal port on the Caribbean.
S./ Months' later, however, when exiles from the Dominican Republic,
Venezuela, Nicaragua and Honduras were assembling in thie jungles
ot Central America an army to overthrow the dictators South'of the
l Border, Jerry Hannifin of 'Time Magazine, found -The Army of 14i-
Sberation of the Caribbean. to be a too pompous title. -It ought to be
SIcalled 'The Caribbean Legion., said Jerry. The name found favor
with the top men of the group, like Brig. Gen. Miguel Angel Ramirez
and Horacio Ornes.
y yJ 4 ". d [. H / IAbout the middle of 1949, the .Caribbean Legion took a swing at.
f."zesents aim Trujillo, hut the organization had been penetrated. Half' of the group
gv' / n-/ deserted 'hours before the dawn of Tbay, and another section, includ-
[. [ I I -* h / /ing General Ramirez and other leaders, was arrested on Cozumel
-. Island when they landed for gas. They had believed that everything
A tw om w e cle iul. had been laid on for them to make the landing, but you 'ever know
/ I / Horacio Ornes landed on the coast at Luperon, but Trujillo's troops
fand tanks were waiting for him. Four Americans accompanying him
j were killed in the hopeless attempt to establish a beach head, and
Ornes was taken prisoner. The report is that he was driven in chains:
____IKQLNISCH c I= % 1 through the streets of Ciudad Trujillo, but his life was spared through
K NI/ \I the intervention of his brother, German.
SEAU DE COLOGNE Only a few days ago the press in Ciudad Trujillo recalled the expe-
'a editionn organized in Czyo Confites, Cuba, towards the end of 1947 for
71.- ".- t,^ ^ \i the invasion of the Dominiaican Republic., Millions of dollars worth of
-r-- ... arms, several thousand men including American and British war ve-
[Bii"/ 7 '0 / ^terans, and at least ten combat airplanes had been assembled A
power interested in maintaining the peace in the Caribbean, raised
*B *" ^ y a finger, the expedition fell to pieces, and the revolutionists were
.\. \, Some of the expedition's arms, however, found their way to Gua-
log ri\\oi/M ltemala and were used under a,lend-lease arangetbent several months
GLoCKE ASSE '4711 later by Jose Figueres in his outstandingly successful anti-Communist
___-----n--du,,r, N / Irevolt. The arms later were returned to the force which Jerry Han-
5 M ,__ -Ig 1 f-nifin had dubbed -,The Caribben Legion., and of which Horacio Ornes
is one of the principals.
:" j7 ^ /Anyway, the brothers Ornes now are agreed with regard to Trujillo,
iwhom they undoiubtedly will include in their New Year's resolutions.
.. To.a.perfume. / MORNE CALVAIRE (Close to Place) PETION-VILLE
Orfers fbe solution for those who prefer the personalized
*iita .comforts of a modern guest-house.
*- REASONABLE RtTES
ON SALE AT ALL BETTER STORES Proprietor Mrs. Margareth Cameron Phone 7414
PAGE 16__________________ HAITI SUN
President Feted By cOld Friend, 1 KILLED
At albo Lele's Luxury Nightclub 2 INJURED
... IN TRUCK SMASH
The Presidential couple and host drink a champagne tons'.
SMinisters, senators, deputies,
industrialists and other distin-
guished members of the commu-
nity gathered in an atmosphere
of gaiety and conviviality at Shan
go night Club last Saturday night
to attend a reception given in
honour of the President and Ma-
dame Magloire by Mr. and Mrs.
From the arrival of the Chief
of State 8:45 p.m until thesend of
the evening's entertainment, 4:00
a.m. tie reception was themed on
the long and lasting personal
friendship of the Chief of State
and industrialist-busin essm a n
Over after-dinner champagne,
the President said, in reply to a
moving toast from his host, that
he realized that the object of
Two persons an old Aoman
and a child wore injured and
a third an orange-vendor -
killed on the spot last Thursday
afternoon when a heavy truck
crashed into the verandah of a
house on rute Mgr. Guilloux.
The double-wheeled truck was
coming down Morne d'Hopital
when the steering connection
snapped, it is reported, and the
vehicle went out of control smash
ing into a house occupied by Mrs
Hermann Laurent. An orange
vendor named Elsinise was sitt-
ing on the front step when the
accident occurred. She was kill-
all this at-ention) was Wless the cl instantaneously.
Chief of State than the friend of I Mrs. Cecile Bo-venture, and
lon standing*. Mrs. Laurent's son were 'both'
Cocktails in-the main Ibo Lele critically injured and are under-
hall preceded a delicious buffet going treatment in the General
after which the guests retired to Hospital.
the Shango nightclub. -'
Among the guests were: Mem- -_
bers of the Cabinet and their s- ~ ,,
wives, the President of the Sena-
te and Mrs. Charles Fombrun, Se Iuilr
nators Louis Dejoie, Emrnilq St.
L6t, Ducasse Jumelle, the Army I
'Chief of Staff, Brigadier Gene-
ral Antoine Levelt, his wife Ma- -
dame Levelt and their daughter
Elsie, the Commandant of the -'
Palace Guard and Mrs. Stephen ,
Woolley, Police Chief MarcaisseI --
Prosper, high ranking army offi-
cers and orominent members of
the business world.
Mr. Brandt and Madame Alagloire followed by -his old friend'
," the President and Mrs. Brandt.
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___________ Sunday January, 15th 1956 .
IT'S THE FILTER THAT COUNTS
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Sunday January, 15th 1956 HAITI SUN Page 17
UNEXPECTED DIVIDEN 1)S COLLECTED VIOLETTE LOSES initnation equaUsing almost inme-
diately and in the second half
succeeded in increasing the score
BI PI41E-WINNING FLAIMBERT-1 SHOPPERS SCORE 2-1 Ito i2inrasn1tescr
But Violette was hampered by
bad luck and an apparent. lack
Will to v, in and flawless com- of physical training.
bination were the deciding fac-
*THERE IS A LOT ors in the Petionville victory! Goalkeeper Dallemand was
T Oover Violette at Stade- Magloirr' taken off tPl fieldd fiftCn minu-
", ,_'" O.CiOOSE Tuesday evening,
,'' "FROM dy entes grtnr the final whistle after
'.Playing under a 'Violette" lead a' blow on the head which made
3of 1-0 opened early'in the game him lose'eonsciousness, and short
At R ay mo n., mu a center by Jacques, Petion- ly afterwa'ds a V.o!ette goal was
Flambert's modern v,file showed courage and deter- ruled off-sidie.
store on rue des
Fronts Ports. Here
shoppers are seen
of the shop's annu-
al lottery were gi-
yen their prizes ill
F Flambert's this
means more than ."
incre money, becau- '.
.4 'se only the best is
A grouo o1 shoppers at Ray- '-t-'ony ($10;. Mr. Victor Brun -.-. .
moni Flamhert's in, the pre- ($10) Andres Jn Julien ($10j.'
,vy. Ilie also pledged the support'
Christimas -eason received a .:cgl Desire i$10;l Serge Alvarez I lie 'aso plegedt suprt
kick-back as thrilling as a tax re- '$10. Joseph Sylvestre ($101. Jn. the Embassy in Port au Prince
fund Friday when they return- ,Claude ($0'. Frank Chenet ($10). r, the ne~wly-elected emissary to
ed to the .tore to claim up to the U.S.
$200 in (nerchaudi-e free. I 'The newly-appointed ambassa-
The urcases ha ben dawn IJ'UU~~r~eI~lUZS doe thanked Mr. Barall and as-
The purcha-sers had been drawn= ilauclairZUphir-in's
:ured him that the sentiments of
in the annual sweepstake ruvnby 4 PRIZEWINNERS surround store-owner Raymond Fiambert.. In the
the store, based on-the results 'ppozntIent co-operation were entirely mu-
of the National Lottery, and were, Ffed by Baralls Itual. He expressed his great joy pictine are: Lieut. CoMne (his wife won 2 prizes totaling $30), Fran-
thus etgible for 'prizes ranging at returning to Washington where cinat Lafontant, Mme. Nicolas, Serge Alvarez and Andre Jn-Julien.
from $200 to $10. In hinour of the Haitian Am-' hie said, he alrekd3t has many
Winner tf the Grand Prize was bissador to Washington and Mrs. friends on whom he can comnt'
a Jacm-el Port au Prince Chautf \lauclair 7eZ-hirin. an elegant re- Ifitr the furtherance of friendly
'few- r afari lelatour who bought reption \y given Mionday even- ,elations between Haiti and Ame-
a ftifteen-dollar Execo pump de- ing in the beautiful Embassy Re- rice. .
veral weeks ago. He was in Jac- sidence of the United States of MR. ZEPIpRIN'S CARER .
reel when the drawing took place. America by the Charge d'affai- Mauclair Zephirin, former Hai-
Flambert's modern, streamlin- res Ma.i.) and itrs. Milton 'Barall. Iitan Ambassador tC Romie, and
ed store on rue des IFronts Over chamiage.Mr. Ball.has held Cabinet posts
Forts was the scene of gay pre- recalled the different stages of N Secretary of Statefor the Pre- ,
sentation ceremonies Friday as the brilliant career of the former siden(,y, Foreign Affairs and Re-
the fourteen prize-winners as- H-a-itian Foreign Minister. and ligion.
sembied to make their selections emphasised his' part in Haitian tHe repla-es Mr. Jacques Leger"- ;1W
from the wide and varied range American relations which have in Washington. Embasy Advisor
I wil le Mr. Jean Dauphin..
of hardware and household ap- become increasingly friendly in w.
pliances. recent years. ,
Prizewinners were: Rafael De- Mr. Barall said he was certain CONTRACT SIGNED' r
latow-r .$200) Francinet Lafontant that Mr.! Zephirin would be very NT_
($100), Emmanuel Pierre-Lofi's well received in the american ca- FOR AERIAL PHOTOS y"
($50) two prizes), Mrs Pelissier pital because of the pro-Haitian OF HAITI
Nicolas ($40 -'three prizes), Mrs. sMntiments' 0f all Lhose who met
Michel Conte ($30 two prizes, President Magloire when lie tour- I WtLks acntrac td
Mrs; Ljmag.- .joto $20, Mr. Dip ed the United States last Janua- St Lc signed a contract with
,AHycon Aerial Survey Inc.* of
Pasadena. California. 10:00 a.m.
S Z .r.i. iday in the Ministry. of Public
.. ,' ,...' .. . VWorks.
Tie contract, which is for a -se-
iLes of aerial photographs of the
W Ecountry tIfo,- use in map-making
by the Inter-American Geodetic
,rvey," "-a. signed algo by
I0L O EUMessrs. Alden E. Acker and Du-a
ne 0. Wood, President and Vice --
ands ing 1 President of theAmerican firm. MR. Ltll.k,6 Sul'O picks paint tor his priz.. Mr. Soo is seen above
4 over .- :ecaiving his Du,.Pont casein paint from Mr. Turini. manager of the
ov r ,store. His wife was the lucky winner.
V"' O LUCKY CAN
,'' ,.The answer- is V'ery, . .
Voy Lucky if yol ''.
I e one of the wise
"Very Lucky.if you
shoppers at Ray Flam
it bert's around Noel.
SAIMns. Pelwssier Nicoo
ans a lac'! On a KLM De Luxe Flight to IMs. winner of THREE
anly cly.1in Europe a family of fourr- l"pizes
father, mother and two children betixeen / ,the cash purchase lot-
12 atnd 26 years of age save $1020 on the (9t1r is sown here q-e-:
round] trip! Family Travel Season-Nov. ov urM c~eiving a garden hose
1 to Mar. 31-makes this big saving pos- -one of her, chosen gr-
sjble. Why don't you gike your family a *itesu-fomahs-a
- 'Continental Holiday?t The~,e Will never nlager Turnier. The lot-
be a better time! ROYL DTCHi'y is held each year.
:'. Q%,>n.: 3-> *- y
, Miss Adeline Mallebranche will
promise to love, honour and obey
Mr. Raymond Menos Saturday
evening in Sacre Cceur.
*Marie-H6l6ne Fisher returned
to school in Miami Wednesday
after spending Christmas holi-
days with her parents Mt. and
Mrs. Kurt (Curio Shop) Fiser.
Marie-Hdlene celebrated her
birthday -the night before zero-
Dr. Roger Fils-Aime took Rb-
ger Junior to the Sacre Ccaur
Church font last week, and on
the way back from the tbapt&-
me 'was met by a group of
friends who drank a whiskey so-
da csous tete i. Minister of the
Interior Adelphin Telson and
'Roger Senior's Mom held the hus-
Icy heir at the font.
Pierre Benoit flew to Afami I REMEMBER!
x x x I Now You Can Have Your Colour Prints Developed Hlere!
trip. films in only FIVE d'ayv... Prices of films, processing, mnio,i ,n. ,ver.
x x x all S3:75 for Kodak Ektachrome 120, 620, $5 for 35mni. t20 c'. .1, and
St'S5:T5 Ifor 35mm. stcrcovicv.'s (15 pairs) this inc.uJes Ihe ;-,:e or
SCruise ship eOsofjord.: docked lthe film!
S here Tuesday and sailed loff, to SEE GELO LABS NOW, 8 Rue Magnv, o( telephone: 7_34
f continuee 28days of luxury on the .5163 or Don N. Mohr, Tel. 2375, Rue Roux-Port au Prince.'
Caribbean, 2:00 a.m. WVednesday,
\ carrying good chunk of Wall1 ly Smith had contributed $100 to' ,
SStreet. poor children from Nouvelle FOR SALE
%'When thi gangway went down Taur-rain through the Red Gross
r ^^ BJw ~ on the big white Norwegian ear- and had left word she would also Several buiilding- lots at Area-
-< v w ly Tuesday continuous line (207) send down some clothing. chon. Magnificient view of the ci.
of botIC'lonaires streaked ashore The passengers, and even the ty, the mountain and the sea. Rea
xxx to romp and play. .rc. to.-nd wistful eyes shore- j onable prices and excellent con-
The three lovely Noustas girls, Captain l eif Hansen, grandson ward. as they stumbled along editions of payment.
Thflew back to the States to school f Leif Ericksen, a former tou. t he uneven dock to bid fond fare- Apply at office of Haiti,Sun ar
flew back to the States to school rist to pr-Coumbus Aeric .ell t their first enchanting Is- at Mr. E. kN. Bailey Expositon
Sunday. Aided and abetted by had aboard his ark: Famed No'- and Port of call. Building 236 Rue du Maga j de
teen-ager friends, the girls gave i' i Fa D. S e i .XEtat
a baptism of fire to Issa el Saieh's .cgian Snugeon Dr. Sorensen: n x a n
rjeatedi tous on Ruel u 'talian Countess; General Con- I e e n t c e n third-yewr cadets
rejuvenChili last Tuesday night. A dre du or super n t e n d e n t -of West om The Arademie Alilitaire flew --
nd Julie Saieh are also back in Point from 1932-38, an old China -Idtursday to Panama where they iPARRAMOUNT
nd Juie Saieh arehand who likened the Burma il spend two months studying
tV.e US. road to the Kenscoff route, and. military- police methods. 'TODAY 300 P.M. Les aa..bour
his wife; and sundry millionaires The cadets, who left by Hai- I de Fu Manchu
t .disguised in mink shorebound ,n xi-my plane, werd accompa- 5-7-9:00 P.M. Le Fil du Pendu
Marie Jeager flew to Miami Tuesday,evening.' nied by Maijor Edgard Buteau and MON. 68:15 P.M. L'a Vaviota
Monday. Also among the ship's celebri- Lielenant" Franek Bayard, both TUES. 6-8:15.P.M. Le Fils da Pen-
# ties were: Sue Brown, famed Cri- 1of, whomn are due to return to du I
xxx minal -maitre. of the Anderson, Port aa Pince early this week. see
South Carolina, Bar and Sally I Uzecarib is the school which i1HU. 6-8-15 P.M. La Vaviota
-Ro'and Pierre-Louis oppns his Smith, textile tycoon of the same i the Haitian cadets will attend. THU 6-8:15 P Ml. La Caviota
new qas station (Sinclairl at La- town. Lieut. B:iyard, president of the 1 FI. 68:15 Le Fils du Pendu
lue 1c.morrow with fitting cele- Mrs. (Colonel) S S. Riddle, a Federa:,oCn Haitinrinne de Foot- SA. 5-7-9:00 P.M. Les Tambours
brations.- ,friend of tIhe ladies vouched for ball, \%iil take advantage of the de Fu Manchu
their names. -trip to arrange a soccer tourna- SUN. 3:00 PM. Les Tambours de
xxx It was later discovered that Sal- I ment against Panama. FU MAlanehu
5-7-9:00 P.M. Les Gens de la
If you want the most
for your money, use
'B. F. Goodrich
They're made with
for Heavy Service
Malson Jean BOURGEOIS,
Aux Cayes ..j
Sunday January, 15th 19i .".: i
Sundy Jnuay; 1th 956HAIT SU Pae t
K,.,t.0or. Gecrge (In the Castle of j Mr.and Airs. Daniel (Rivierai
47 Skin) Lamming arrived hereil ".'ehcr ha\e a charnning guest-
T-..-sday on a 2-week assignment !their tcen-hpe daughter, home on
for rHoliday*. Mr. Lanumming, the,! holidays hom France.
greatest contemporary British x x x .
West Indian writer, is a native of M.-..nrl Mr;. Victor Aybar and
3arbadoes, has lived for many ItRrfel wf I -r home to frien'd-
years in London, Europe and the. W. diinr--r," n;!.. It was Mous-
U.S. His latest novel is Tlie Em- -on's birthday.
iigrant', pLiblished last year. He x x x
ii staying at the .Park Hotels. "' Vi:,.oun, an:l Viscopintiess
x x x I de i'.oSibr' virived here Tuesday
The Gunnings of Plantation fo -, f'iv.:-;lny st.y at Beau Riva-
Dauphin added a second girl to '. The Viscount owns COatier's
their lovely brood Sunday morn- Jcwelry, one of New York's ]arg-
ing at St. Frangois de Sales (Port est.
-' .Prtnce). Joanna will vacation x x x
for tqn days with her parents at Mr.and .\Mrs. Ai nthur Borden
rltorland before returning to tagcd a cala party on board
meet the rest bf the family at Pae their yacht '&Full Swings Tues-
than. day evening. New refrigeration
is to be installed.
ttaymona Mienos oacneoiurnooa x x x
was drowned and buried at a par- Mr. Jacques Leger, former Hai-
ty last night at Willy Lambtie's dan Ambassador to Washington.
home in Musseau. has taken over as Permanent
X x x Mission Chief of the Republic's
Ray monde (Estime) and Ar- delegation to the U.N.
nold Montpeirous had their first x x x
- a daughter 2:00 a.m. Sun- Colonel Edouard Roy, Chief of
day. They have named her the Haitian Air Force, is schedul-
Fabienne. ecd to leave today for the
'XXi XI States to visit the important air-
Sgt. Gerard Elle of the U.S. bases across the country. On an
Army returned Stateside yester- annual courtesy fisit extended
dray after Ylietide with the famit-, to Latin American countries by
!. and friends in Port. Gerard is the U.S., Colonel R6y will b, ac-
the son of Capt. and Mrs. George companies by Colonel S.S. Ridd-
Elie sr. 0e, head of the American Air Mis-
x x x sion here.
Former Riviera Manager Jinks
was over from Florida looking
over the local scene. He confes-
ses he is Itedching himself Creo-
le in Miami.
Mrrs Dan (Linda) Allen is back
from her tour of South America.
Cubana Airlines director Cel-
30 Costa ahd Senora have return-
.ed to town. Our sympathy for the
loss of'their expected child.
Doctors of business. Jack Lan-
Jon, Dave Womble and H. Young
are here on a Haiti Metal asign-
ment. The trio, world traveller-,
-enjoy the fare at Choucoune.
Mrjor Paul Corvington, Corn-
r aandant i the Military Acade-
my,and Mrs. Corvington had a;
reception Wednesday.evening to
celebrate 20 years of wedded
4x x x
Roger, son of Reverend and
.Mrs. Reuben Marc, flew to the
'Jominican Republic las; Wednes-
day for a five day sojourn. This
was young Rcger's first to' Cui-
Mrs (Colonel) Edouard Roy is
taking the 'Miami clipper today.
At the helm of the Bamboche
Room (Riviera) is Roger Martin
who has a wealth of experience
behind him. Roger had the fam-
ed eGolden Gate- nightclub on
Boutilliers when Tourism got a
shot in the arm half a decade
Mr and Mrs. Louis Leonard
hopped over from Paris last
week to join daughter Josette va-
cationing with Dr. and Mickey
The Haiti Sun was honoured
by a visit this morning from Dr.
Price Mars, distinguished Histori-
an and author, who was recently
named Rector of the University
'the fbrmner chief of the Haitian
delegation to the United Nations
fill the oost left vacant by the
dcith ofi Mir. Luc Grimard in
1924. He was accompanied on the
visit to our office by Mr. Kleber
Georges J4cob, ethnologist of
Mr. and- Mrs. Georges Leger
(Sr.i are expected home this
weekend from Miami. The distin-.
gui.hed Ipwyer and his wife left
Haiti last Friday, visited Guate-
maila before going on to the U.S.
Jules To.nir, shoe tycoon who
heads ,,Oneration shoe-stringv .is
-.ya: i.g Vodcu-in -pired cuff-link
-It was his birthday Tuesday.
Fisher woman Mrs. Anton
*'n?er observed her birthday
.\ion-,'.,y at the American Embas-
sy apid a.t home'in Petionville.
MEMO TO MOUCHE AND
To neck a giraffe
is a heck of a gaffe !
A real-life fairy story will be
climaxed Siturday evening with
the wedding of pretty Shell ac-
countant'Baymonde Gaveau to
Gerard Hilaire. Gerard and Ray-
monde were teenagers together
ini Jeremie, and this winter' he re-
turned for Christmas after ten
years in the U.S., met Raymonde
and a whirlwind courtship start-
ed. The couple will leave for the
States immediately after. the ce-
X' X X
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolhond-
ler of Schosdale, New York, are
spending a ten-day vacation at
the Ibo Lele. Publicist Wolhond-
'er is doing an article on Haitian
Night Life for cVarietyD while
in Haiti, also 'keeping his tennis
from getting rusty.
x x x
Photographer Raymond Ger-
Mrs. E.G. Woods was down
from Chicago for a 3-day stay at
Damballa leaves today.
Miss Alice Baussan and her
yacht-losing brother Hqnri -con-
vaired to Havana last Sunday via
Mrs. Mlarcia Gregg, from the
US West Coast (her husband
works with SCISP), gives a group
of Red Cross volunteers life-sav-
ing lesions In the Belleyue pool
Thursday. AmoMj the 17 stu-
dents ..dir a few whistlelworthy
SPharmacist Roland Dominique
and sister Mrs. Dallemand were
airborne for Havana on the 8th.
Olga Lamothe went to Newy
Mr. Rene D. Scutt. director of
the Fiscal Departmen't, leaves
this weekend .for-Geneva where
he 'will spedd the next two
months over the GATT conferen-
Bill Talamas flev td.Miami Fri-
XXX t 1
SDick Carlson,.a junior executi-
.ve From New Ybrk, made an at-
tempt to buy up the Centre d'Art
on Pis second visit 'here and
drew applause for his back break
ing meringue. Left the
Sans Souci Frday after a-10day
Amador Mourta went to New'
York this past week.
It x x'x "
Mary Jbhnson of;Time* ma-
gazine is in New York.
X x xx;
Jean '4fRhuirum Barbancourt).Gar-
dere is due to.U.lave for' the U.S'
and Canada tomorrow.
Guests of the Ashtons of Villa
Rosa are Mr. and Mrs George
Shurman of New York. Mr. Shur-
man is .,with the famous Kelly's
America Ltd., -the big British
Spice dealers who buy tons -of
spice, herbs, roots and even dried
ant-eggs. Mrs. Shurman is head-
ing fir Montevideo this week
.end to visit her parents while
her husband is flying North vid
JIrs. Louis Dejoie, wife of the
Senator, observed her birthday
,' XXX .
CHomme d'affaires- Piere Lam-
bert- (Ciment d'Haiti) is in town
at the Choucoune...
Yolonle Rocourt was among
Havana *bounr passengers Sun-
Miss Caridad Apollon will fly to
the U.$. Wednesday to resume
Secretarial and English studies
at C3alumli U'nlversity. The cle-
ver Bureau I u.Tourism, secretary
is on a.GJ'vernment scholarship.
'Dr. Lucas Ortlz, Director Of
Fundamental Education in Latin
America for UNESCO: is expect-
ed in Haiti shortly.
Port au Prince Tennis Club
had their monthly social tea at
Paik -Lconte yesterday after-
noon. Mrs. Fred Ludecke aidd
Mrs. Edouard Baker formed a
doubles team to organize -it.
Sad and Glum looking this
week is Aitoine Millet of .Fires-
tone who lost his watch, shoep.'
and' accessories amounting to 150
dollars Friday 4:00 an. 'when a
robber forced the' dining room
ddor on his 'ruelle Duncombe
Businessman Dumont Bellande
clippered to Miami Friday.
S xxx .
Najeeh Indonie is on a business'
trip to Mexico.
Mrs O.,J. Brandt flew to
rida on the IlthW
.Jeanine Powell flew to Miami
to study nursing this Week., "
.X X X .. ..
Miss Josette Pgtrps' aiid Mr.-'
Andrd *Nau will exchange wedd-
-Mig vows in Sacre CoeUr de tar-
geeu 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
*" x x 'x '
Prelty eDon Mohrp cashier Ma-
rie Th&Zrse Boucard is engaged
to tall,'distinguished Edgard De- '
'X X .
S. Patrick (I'feizer) de Verteuil is
home again after a cool journey
to New York and Toronto:
Don Lithgwitz is expected back
des observed his birthday Anni-' x x x from the States tomorrow.
versary on January 1st. Mireille Pierr-e-Louis is Kings- x x x
x x x ton "bound today. Baby, it's cold outside ... arid
Mlss Le6nne Bailey observed x x x Doc Reser z-ui in the Cul de Sac
her birthday anniversary onr Ja- U.S. Marine General Carson A. quotes an elderly (99 years 614l): 5
'luary 6th. Roberts and a delegation of three I'lady as saying its the plus frai--
Roy of Molne Hercule. The Leo- x x
nards are securely lodged at the
-Hotel Choucoune and may be The reason behind the cold,
persuaded to stay over for Mardi cold wavw ,is Beamrn Axelsfon
Gras. who cahic down from Iceland
x x x with the vague :je,,froida ten
Jean Khawly'Deltaed to Havan days ago. lie will spend another
on the 8-th. P' twd weeks here supervising ins-
x xx. tallinenm o' textile machinery for
the Madsen firm, and instruct-
hucie Pierre Louis was,- Hava- ing the workers in its use.
n) bound last Sunday.. xxx
x xx I
Elsa FScut. Interior Decoratin ,-\rtistic i.diehele'Rou-ier now
genius. is doing the cover for the occupies the xHotel Informationa
programme of the forthcoming desk out at Bowen Field, started
Cubla-Puerto- Rico-Haitl tennis work Thur'.oday, replacing Mrs
tournament tn be htld here. Louis (Mickey) Roy who resigned.
xxx X- xX
Delta Ai'lihes was overbooked
Leo Pin.-hinat and Jean Duvi- all Week.
2ni,'ud flew .to their diplomatic Jacqueline Nadal, pretty daugh-
0c7ts in Europe early this month. ,ter of hommee d'affairesp Josehli
Mr. Pinchinat is Inspector of the Nadal, flew to Havana Tuesday
missions in the Continent, while for amonth's vacation with fri-
Mr. Duvigneaud is Charge d'aE- ends Maria LuoisaLobo and Lo&
laires at Bonn. la Alvarez who voited her here
x x x in November.
WG TRADE MARK Tamous since 486z *
'~~ '_ # a
i olicers arrive )n ron atu -rarin-, i" 1 in ne eApcrieIceI.
ce this weekend for the annual
* inspectionn of the Department of
State Mariie Security.
He will be accompanied by Co-
lonel William A. Curtis, Liet. Co-
lonel John I. Williamson Jr. and
Captain Carroll E. Kilduff...'
Marcus and Madeleine Tala-
mas are oif to Miami tomorrow.
x X x
Boulos Sada accompanied Ge-'
rard Elip tn New York Friday
Thursday Maurice and Frantz
Prophete went to New York. .
To IuNSB em~, -
JOHN WALKM 0 glM M '
-. Several unfurnished appart-
ments at Place St. Pierre in Pe-
tion-Ville. 'Different sizes- of
roomn with all comfort and cm-
modity. Calj at 48 Ruelle Chava9-
nes Petion-Ville Telephone 7P0
S FOR SALE ,. ,
Luxirious villa and 5 lots neigh1
bourhood HOtel El Ranoho '
'Apply: Albert H. Silvera
r Johnnie Walker must be good, to remain in t i:
forefront of Scotch Whiskies for over 130 yca:-s
It must be good to pass the 'scrutiny of dist:ll:rs
with over 130 years experience behind them.
BORN. 1I2"-- TILL rOING STRONG .
Try it today-you'll agree it's gool
Sunday January; 15th 1956
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omitting the customary guaran-
Protestants Ask For Hearing of rl us liberty to our ci-
"On New Treaty With Haiti ti.zens may be resident
..broad on it.
Continued from page 1) feel obliged to oppose ratifica-
n *tion of the treaty in its present <,if we should forego the prin-
A study made by the Washing- form. ciple in this treaty, our State De-
aS v ton office of the National Coun- The po-ition of Protestant partment will have less vald
cil of Churches and distributed groups has been expressed by ground pn which to stand when
to headquarters of all its consti- Dr. C. Emanuel Carlson, exeeu- negotiating with countries where
tuent denominations cites the tivh2 director of thle Baptist Joint icligious liberty is neither un-
treaty in force with Denmark and Ccmmitt.e on Public Affairs, derstood nor wanted. It is not dif-
other small nations as the accept who said: U cult to think of areas in which
ed standard.'form of, religious li- v.- would make life abroad most
berty guarantee in such agree- cThe friends of religious liber- uniesirable for the majority of
Snts. This clause reads:' ty are interested in this treaty our citizens without this kind 'of
SeNationals of either Party wi- because it breaks a tradition by tcaty protection.b
-thin the territories of the other
Party shall be permitted: (a) to
travel there in freely, and to re- Madeleine JMARCELSings and Dances
side at places of their choice; (b)
toenjoy berty of conscience; Every
(ci to hold bolh public a-nd priva- Every
te religious services; (d) to gat-"
0her and transmit material for dis- Monday Thursda Evening .
seminarion to the.public abroad:
nand (e) .to communicate with O,
other persans iposide and outside ----c .. ---
such territories by mail, tele- wil e
AJR^D U Pi^ graph, and other meafis open to
. lI.h) general public use.p
The proposed treaty with Hai.l
ti omits cla ises ( i) and (ci al-
though using identical language
as to other guarantees. Article
VII of the Haitian treaty also
omit3 the ,ord vreligiousD' from
Sthe list of aetivitijs in which na-
tidns of either Pe rty specifically .
are authorized. to ngaige. .. '. '
A numbe," of Protestant deno "''. 1.8 H-
zbinations n-ainbin missions in ". i
Haiti and theirdctivfiy has been
increasing in recentlyears, parti- ix 9t
cularly in the overcrowded, po- ,". \
verty-strickeri rural areas.
HA Aspokesman for the State De-. '
apartment said "the religious liber- Dinner-Dancing,
ty issue idid not come up during
negotiations at Port-au-Princeh
because the 'Haitial government ,EJ RANCHOUfl
has always welcomed %both Pro-
testant and R6man C a t h b i i c
missionaries from the Uriited- I"Pertionvfle
States. Although Haiti is predo- ...
minately Catholic, there have K S>
been no reported incidents of N T I C '
prejudice agaithst Protestants or
denial of freedom of religion, the The public is advised that from now on the Passenger
spokesman said.e t cl%
Protestant representatives, call- Transportation Service of the. Aviation. Corps of the Hai- A
ed to a private conference last tian Armv' will he known as.
July by State Department offi-
-cia1I, flatly refused to accede to
this point of view ,They told the ,,Compagiie Ilaitienne de Transports
officials that most denominations
maintaining missions in Haiti ,_ -A'riens or COHATA
F January 16th a tctitctior, ol 10% on round-trip tickets
Madame Paul, Maglotre, will be allowed any person using planes of the COHATA
charmingg nd gracious First La-I for travel to the pro' iiccs that are senred by this compa-
dr, laid th o first stone of the n -:
-Goutte de Lait. pavillion at the' ue-Way Tckket Rolund-Trip
Cathedral Health Center 10:00
am Januaty 4. Port-au-Prince -Ji..rnel $4.00 $ 7.40
Port-au-"Prince. .a'. es 8.00%, 1.4
The favillion, intended for aid Port-au-Prince r:ulc 9.00 16.20
to poor children, will be complet- C 1!i .
ed in Apri', according to FRIPA Caves 6';r0hie .001 ,. 80
engineers engaged in its cons- Port-au-Prince,;- Hihbche 6.00 10.80
The stone-laying ceremony was Port-au-Prince -- Conaives 7.00 12.60
conducted by Mgr. Luigi Raimon- Pot-au-Prine-- Cap-liitien 8.00 14.40
di, 'the Papal Nuncio, and an an-
propriate address was'delivered by Port-au-Prince -. Port-de-Paix 9.00 16.20 T
Dr. Edner Poux. Mrs. Magloire Cap-Haitien Port-de-Paix 9:00 16.20
was accompanied by Mrs. L.
Preetzman Aggerholm. Hinehe-- on+ves" 6.50 11.70
Boulangerie Burns C. EDOUARD ROY
At Hinche I-t. Colonel CA.Arm'me d'Haiti
D UCemmandant Corps .d'Aviation
ISs-HoNNUREDrya t weekwhelnganbake-General Headquarters of the Aviation Corps M TIFO T
ir n urnirn jryhome Georges was almost oir 11h Hlaitian Army, ,,,
C OD JUNTIIIE. 'completely razed by ffre. byBowen Field, Port-au-Prince, Haiti --P[Qfl TDD r [
' I No loss ~of life was causedbyiF EPR E
J1 the flames. .Jaiuary 11, 1956. Jj 5 UI... ..~j
FOR EVERY OCCASION o'