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Haiti sun
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riday February 2,3rd
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ageS HAITI SUN -SUNDAY, FEB. 26h11 1956,
Bir of DT. Jn. Price Mars G ARDf ALLEN WHYt. that he State can stand
4 h B h.znthe luxury of losing these 3 mi-
'inofdollars when. it ha lost.
~~FL,0UR MILL NOT PRACTICAL dwe
FLOIJ MiL NOTPRACICAL -;the duty on cement, for exam-
Bel~berve Octber d To 15th(Continued from pige 1)j
pl"To protect this mill, she Go-
for example, Wiener & Compa- Santiago de Cuba, the American '% nment will be obliged t(. dou-
(Continued from page 1) ny, how many times the shipp- Congfess is already considering ble the duty on imported flour
ing lines have refused to sto2 boycotting the cuban sugar, and and to crete an interna: CO-
Pars had attended medical life of Haiti, and in foreign set- at Jeremie for a shipment of it is being said that this de- summer tax. Mr. Gordon Boats re-
hool and was especially gifted vice. From. his post as First Se- 500 sacks of coffee because they crease in cuban sugar will be porls that several years a.- an
-matters of medicine. They cretary in the Haitian Legation were carving no importation granted to the Dominican Re- importation country was .nrown
e- gged him to do something. Al- at Paris, he was sent to Washing- freight. Ask B. Blanehet & Fils,- public. into such a budgetary cr1.1? that
though he made recommenda- ton in the same capacity. On at Cayes, the trouble they have Le Nouvelliste in one of its the Govprnment was obliged too
:$n- with the reserve of a lay- two occasions he distinguished ,in exporting, coffee when thbre editorials pointed out the pro- re-apply the customs duty cun the
In, Mars told them as gently himself as an active parlemen- 'is no importing freight. Ask the fit that the Haitian economy wheat.
hs he could that they must call tary member as Senator of the Usine a Manteque if it does not could diuiw from an increase in
..in a practising physician, he in- Republic. After handling with have the Fame trouble at Pe- the sugar quota on the Amerin- In summntig it all up, F flour
:'listed that was the Wst he could distinction the portfolio of Mt- tit-Goave, can market. We are certainly mill established in a non-pro-
-'do; sister of Foreign Relations, Dr. To authorize this flour mill not going to lose our chance to duringg wheat country is not.-a
,1.t.One of the friends succumbed Mars was sent as Ambassador then is to force the exporters increase this quota for a flour profitable industry, unless a spe-
p:shortly after, and Mars wag of Haiti to the Dominican Re- at these ports to ship their mer- mill which will bring absolute- cial protection is gran-ed it,.
ollged to suffer the reproaches public. His last diplomatic ap- chandise abroad via Port-au- ly nothing to us Haitians, nor which is made at the expense
7!Of the bereaved family who were pointment took him again toI Prince. It is also to invite the to Haitian economy.
convinced that he could have the U.S. in 1955 as Ambassador exporters of Port-au-Prince into It is not my intention to try I demand therefore that all
",'.he life of the sick man had he and President of the Haitian these ports: it is therefore to to-prove that this flou- mill is those whom the question inter-
-dly taken over the case. Permanent Delegation to Unit- centralize everything at Port- not viable, I would rather leave i ests, the Chamber of Commerce,
S.:'-Aeeking solace from his 're- ed -Nations He was recalled at au-Prince. to others more capable than the Association of Coffee Ex-
morse over. the loss of his the end of the same year to the To authorize this flour mill is 'myself the care of telling you. porters, the Syndicate of Ste-
!--frlend, Mars confided his wor- important post of Rector of the to snatch away the bread from Also, I am contented to read vedores, to ask the President
i'tes to his friend and neighbour, University of Haiti, and it is the mouths of the stevedores for you the works of Mr. Gordon of the Republic to stop this pro-
Ih gene Roy. The words of a fU- here the vigorous-minded edu who are employed by the thou- P. Boals, Director% of the Export ject which is absolutely against
l 'Lure cPreeident4Provisoire' of cator will celebrate his 80th sand in our ten ports of exporta- Programs -of the American Mills, the- gener.'l economy (Af the
Haiti was the turning of the birthday, October 15th. tion. If I should take Port-au- taken from one of his reports: country.
Vtide in Mars' life: a You owe it Dr. .Price A-ars resides at Pc- Prince, for example, let us say t The mills situated in the An open discussion on the
to your friends. Go back 'to me- tion-Ville, with his wife, the that we import 30,000 tons of non-productive regions of wheat Flour. Milli is oh the agenda
V'dical school and get the diploma, former Clara Perez, daughter, flour a year and that the shipp- are not viable because that 'sup- this Wednesday to the CGC
"F-'hat will allow you to 'practice Mrs. Marie-Madeleine Scott, son- ing lines and -the Compagnie ply of wheat is uncertain in luncheon.
P.Amnedicine. It is the only thing to in-law- and new grand-daugkter. Haitienne du Wharf pay $1.40 case of war, for example. A
r do, the people need your scien- His son, outstanding Haitian au- to the stevedores for unloading flour mill requires a highly me- B
P-.:e. thority on Mental *Diseases is one tou of flour. The Customs chanical operation and a small
'So tire Minister went back to Dr. Louis Mari, actual Director applies a tax of $3.80 per ton for proportion of hand laborC ING
: ~ ~~~handling the flour, consequent, erIoinaprntss
o4school, obtaining his sheep skin of the Institute of Ethnology. Here I open a parenthesis

L'ractice in the profession that tia dn Ethnologists. and Intellec- of this flour mill is then to take mill announces that it will em-dl
]..Claimed film. tuals in charge of the Jubilee away *5.20 per ton of earning ploy about 500 persons when
V..Concentrating on the mla- manifestations are the follow- capacity fram the stevedores of everywhere in the world a si-
Ldles which afflicted the a "ing: Port-au-Prince, which means milar 'mill would employ not
aunts, he developed many me- (Professor Frederic Kebreau, $156,000.00 a year. To authorize more than 35 persons.
thodsof tratmen fortheir Director of the National School this flow- mill, therefore, is to li.Gro .Bascni
ases, winning their confidence of Agriculture, and Presidernt of take these stevedores back to nues. 4cThe greater part of the ..:
c:, I his unerring diagnostics and the Union of Naturalists of the period prior to 1946 *when laborers employed in a mill are
4 unm~equalled devotion He was Haiti; Jubilee Secretary Ge- they- hardly earned enough to specialized in their trade and
':ibla to gain valuable secrets as -neral" cover their hacks. There will Se consequently, the greater part *
thousands of workers who are o h oiin r ildb n *
!.bet.cared for the people, and 'Mr. Emmanuel C. Paul, Pro- tof the po-itons are filled by an
..this pfll.ttQ..d the doctor to make fesso the the Institute of Ethno- going.to suffer when the Facto- imported personneL, Although
'r fIlo0;,v tlio research and discove- logy; Assistant-Secretar-Gener- ry proudly announces that it the promoters often lean on the
Tle n fawill employ 500 persons, fact that new domestic industries
tPlae'aej Winong the ethnologlts of Mr. Maurice Dieudonna, Pro- Another inconven.igce, the increase the employment of lo-
" nud.ejn times, when he publish- lessor of Sociology at the Uni-Government plans to give Port- cal laborers' this is not true in
Md $1 book ns Parla 1'On- versity of Haiti Treasuter. au-Prince a modern Wharf. How the case of a mill. 25 to 30% of
-.-J4 'isWktisiPra ~
Sele,:1 a,. presentati on of the Eth- lonary Committee can this Wharf be able to work the by-products obtained after
noigraphy of Haiti. Deeply cons- 'Dr. Camille Lh6riison,. Ex-Mi- with profit when the wharfage- the grinding of wheat are utiiz-
i)gous of- his duty towards the nister of National Education, on 30,000 tons of flour has been ed as feed for animals and un- Dr. CHARLES G. FOURNIER,.
- $i devtelopnent of progress among and President of the Societe taken away from it, when this less the local demand for these Cosmetologist for the world
the. masses of his -Country, he Hdittenne d'Etudes Scientifi- wharf has already lost the wharf products cover the quantty oh- renowned c Orlane beauty pet.
: ikittu-isihed his book -- a La quest; of the cement? To authorize tained after grinding the wheat, duets, will arrive at rotnarl
Wcotlon.de 1'Elite. His latest Dr. LoUis- Mars, Director of this flour mill will be the ead difficulties often occur. So, we Prince on February 26. He will
."%r~tln. de .l'F, Ite..Hislatestof another beautiful dream. donc nnF P,.H
TJ.' "eed In 1984- -"qelajions the Institut d'Ethnologie; do not have cattle in Haiti, even give free demoistrations, ant=
, jeWen t i. mnan Rep1s- Dr. Constant Pierre-Louis, Another inconvenience, the this small quantity of cotton lysis and advice on skijL treat-
Si 'tie ie Hait, President of the AssociationMe- basis of the transportation for seed that we produce is export- meant and care, at La iell
Swbeithe r oant. Piden H the Asio the shipping lines is flour; to ed. Cr6olea, from February 27' until.
publishede ill therland da e Hritienne, r lose this article will result in The importing of flour repre- March 10.
Tbcreeoftebilat-- Mr. Renec Victor, President of -
't~ct ii spotlighted by WjiS suc- the Societe Haitienne de Socio- an increase of freight charges sents an income of about $3,000- The above photo shows Dr-
on our other imports, something 000.00 for the State, that is to Fouoner working at the tx-
toss in the political and social logie.;thti toFunewrkgat m t-
which is certainly not to be hop- say about one fifth of its reve- lane* Beauty Institute in Paris;
ed for by. a poor country like nue, in import duty. Do you France.
ouiirrs. -

Another inconvenience, we
1-know that the mills which work .
47SMOOTHER... BETTER... ECONOMIC... A. Haiti have about 3 millions
dollars of credit and this cre- rT
ARKERS PENS AND PENCILS dit reaches from the importer
PR to the baker, to say nothing of
the' grocer or the housemaid,
The capital of these grocers is
Are Good As Gold nothing more than money from R L :NG
these mills. Ever since the an- S |S
nouncement. was mnade about Z
:.TRY A PARKER PEN TOMORROW noneetwsadabu
F this flour mill that they want
to establish in our country, I
ASK FOR PARKER PEN AND PENCIL have personally met the mana-
gers of the principal mill. who EVERLASTING GIFT a"
;THE PEN THAT IS DESIGNED TO BRING YOU are working With us, and that
is one of the reasons that caus-D
ed me to register as lecturer for RESSER WARE SETS
YEARS OF SERVICE. today. Let us think of the panic BON DON DISHES
that would result if, as it is b- CANDLE-STICKS
IT SUITS YOUR TYTE OF WRITING. ing repeated, these mills cut
off the flour importers' credit. SALAD SERVING SETS
Another inconvenience, we AND A VARIETY OF OTHER CHERISHABLE ITEMS
actually have a sugar factory,
N n i .its capacity. In the near future ON DISPLAY NOW
U~J~~j j4J\ e will ha~e sugar factories at
Cayes and at Quartier-Morin.4 Don M h
Oar" Gove'nment has done its o
~ best to try to increase our sugar
ONY NDAN TOEthe announcement of a second'"
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SUNDAY, FEB.- 26th- 1956 HAITI SUN PG

1.0,000 Worth of Drugs Donated BIy E. R. Squibb &'Sons
To lIelp Rehabilitate Area Affect~ed by (cKaty))

Drugs with an estimate value By EMIL'E ROUMER JEREM IIE.. *
of $10,000.00 have ieen Present- F .... .
ed to. the Department of Public Gmet9ye 1g7eu g
Health to assist them in rehabi- j t ..c.
Uitating the area hit byhunrica- u n a n
ne okaty> ate last year. Mr. ha.e.is, rests, sacr.pants, tiouiptuimies, demeures,
Ward G. Fatherly, Jr., General t6 fi eter .....vs yo Ian pile fatr
Manager ~of E.lR. Squibb & Sons. Mm* o~iI, noiu pa t6 connin ga? Touts visppes a rf
Inter-Aiimeriz-an Corporation of fe tribunal J~r~niie, documents dat4s 441 anvaty Idp
the uerto Rican Intr-Islande e r t
Branch, handed the documents pgi e ne; l ~n goat u
of the shinment of sulfa! tablets, yulle ga-a, prend bon jpIaisir, oun d~lectation, oun vou;6 o
vitamins and cough mmixtres to fo ....if..an bras ....... ....
the Minister of Public Health, 14Qflflif qua Ghislaine, madanEten hri a,6i
Dr.-'Ele Villard, during an in- OUrpa oshbtto ~a~,nt
*form~al ceremony Wedinesday tap vive sou Ii. Jean Fouchard, fait enuqt usenFac
morning. MIr. Max Theophile, pou produire oitvrages int~ressants. Mi W tJ&m 6
Ma... i Pretzmann-Agger toute oun histoire WHaiti que y
hm & C.. representatives of li1toire qui tk r sist6 A cyclones p
,Squb in Hi'~~ti, an G~rard M~'gain oun niouvelle as~ez mntkrsatdnpunifl &
Tn bl, and G~eorge e~Irm4tin rieux, cornscient aictif yo r61 ingniu lone
wer resent at the token, hand- E~h bien, Ian sacrilege er~tins a e dmu's u anh-
ing e h'uplies w he sauv6un liasse papers, et Ian papers
arrivb on the ~S.. < Mr. Ward G. 'at herl Jr. hand2inzg ovr the docum~ents of Mini out, mon cher Filog~ne, oun cif*oyen jion lnte-
from Ned York, Monday. the Dnt ShpettoMnser4la travaux pou ktablissemejit oun bata eu ac u aalP'U
Mr, Fatherly expressed 'thieJope inner dlo Ian moulin m'sieu Fouah.. I ."
that the d~nation of Squibb Coiltrat ai gain date 8 f~vrier 19 uvh lnde9 a
tt he donu Newv 17om incan A,,Inbassador M ~ e. Laporte, atrpenteur rou. 11 unitut- ensenm
in soe smal mau e th u- Presents Credenitial's to- Piresident Api 162 as yoic t ue bue au~ action
ferngintheaflicedare. r. rhe new D~omintican Amnbassa- 'Prestdent, members of th'e Ca- r~infm6t'. Goiivernement en mestep onuatieJ
th prdor tHatr.Porfirio Baso- 1 blnet andl Army staff officials. isyst~me irrigation.
squbb ndSon an Peetman Ira y el Rspresented his W4ith a-atallionI of the ArmyI Apr6 16~2 ans, voici que ingi6nieur Filog~inetovl chager
crhoi entialetis t President Paul again salutng him, on his de- restaiuration eumvre d'art ta-a, trouvale haecht aa
'tht ttremeicin will "be setMgli- Wedneday. morning payure Aafter the~ceremony the Bureau action communauitaire pa Ian. r61 ie oscn
durig a eremny which took id~ip&x'oat left for the e M~au~so-~ nin nap servi pays nous, pias ae coute guiole,mandi rvil
new ~ ~ ~ dipnayhsptlbigplace in t al~on Jaune of the ,lee>> to place a wreath on the corrects, 'efficient. Si gain moune qimi vL& faito6lln 6
National~~~~ Plc.itomb1 of the Fathers of the Hai- fromage, eacapoule c6 zeu, pan p6te gat
In cofrmt With Potioole 'tian : Patrie. ntt
procedue, teAnmbassador ri- i bonne entenkte, boQ>ne fiO cab~ ex cuter.
P-kRAMONT vento hQ Paace in one of the Bar' of Bibby Soap arlvdifcemndeunecyoeHzbl,'E'e-
Painii K ing Presidential li alnes,. ao
ccm-L aded Wit uk dn W apat effort a u ptrotism liCpored
P.M. e *aned by 'K.Roger Sayan of-o q ecna~a ~ as~
Cou~tisane d'Orient fiee iir of I Ambas, Tjhree Hundred Dollars piis
y 6, and r. Vton bar, S1 a ticket for a trip around a good 71







ta ie Kin crr at the Dominica .........
etar atthe on~nica~ ~ portion of the Western IHemis-
W1 P24:Le assyHe wvas saluted in the pe is cotined ita n the wrap- K
gron~softnepaace~ per of a cake of Bibby soap,
y i-8:15 PJVI. Cipiaine talllon of the Haitian Armny liiit Bibbta
Kink 1 ~er t~he command of~ CaptiBa
7a:681 ..Cptie yeais. Escorted, by Prilloe
Th~Cl~D e1 ard, Ambasa- Soelcyprhsrwl
Satrdy" -79:0, .N do Basora was reeived by th fa~ ba o ibby soap and be.

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ing risked. Some soap!

'aniel The'rd
Gets General Grant's

____ ~ > 'he resic~nce of Anter1 cp
Ambassador Toy Tasco ~Davis,,
was the scene Tuesday, of on~e TeYctHrtn orn ree ~i
ofthe moist unusual ceremonies
of th6 winter season~, -when M.-
~Daniel Th~ad, chief of pxroto- '0'Mie
tool of theinistryi o FreiI Can
I relations was presented withaVo get Or on vaT eIl d
cane originally the property of

pi.cehull drew ndm to the Ciiiil tioi is an u
Grce ast a gifttoiciuem M. ahar nusioetad 6
frm a ropof American noPier, S$atuirday thrugTues- its beinn l teerydy
frieo In Wahigtn hocp day of this -Dast -week. ~The ves-~ of WordWa I.I aste.
to admire 114m during his visitS sel, built on the TIines of a bott- thatHemnGrigArMas.
there. After introductions' by ieriach a type used'asa corn- al of theThirdReich,,decided
Ambassador Dlavis, actual pre- mercial fisTherman by the Du~tch to becore a yctmn n
I DPAITRE snttin f hecae ~smaefor generations, is named after with. the buildigol otd
Port-auPrinceby Mr. Harold R. Prangley ofth GrtBe nelti mdhe
Monays Wen~soys~ San~ticgo de Cuba in only Joynaon, an~ Oregon timber ty- ofRM a0R.famousNC: shiparm 'Q 'AWsint ui -ytsieft roeBer we Rbetedn
Friay a 1:5;.0_ 90 minutes. by Cubanol Amnong those who participat- cons Uel er rhi '00~ uc, s
WoThree convenient weekly flig3his ed in the ceremony wa M. eoen~utfo ~w0 t'ews d
= take you i i heg yTc Jr' mohr Mrs. L :c '
=i iiiii i~ii d b E U '1 1 i i~iii ! ro an ic atmosphere !i i! i~~li!ii~11i~ii of i Th iii!ardii and iiii1iii11~iii!=iiii~ h is l s iiliister, l~~ii !iS i ai i bb a ['a d nd h w ci nb t 5
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ii!!iiiiii i~Ame lcpn i~~i Worildii A ir iii i~ Presid: e n~ !~~it h Paul e. ai r~~ill i i U o ardii e ..... jc ~t Beer ~ inette
see your travel Agent or cii pa,, 1US]tun iii+!iees pre er!ted o sal r iii DminicaW a W
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specially equipped fishing boat Visiting Jer6mie
from Cu1p is here to be used in
a three-months experiment by Mr. Jacques Frangois, Secretary
the 'Ofdic des Percheries', a new- I of State for the Presidency. flew
ly formed -organism of the United! to J&rrmie Friday morning on an
COPTER ON YA% CHT Nations. The .,Santonia. has been inspection trip of the Community
A rare sight on any yacht is the cHiller' helicopter which is part rented by the Haitian Govern-.Deveopmenut Projects in the
of thi splendid equipment -boarJl ie 83-ft. aLa Siesta' from Gal-,medtlfrom the Compagnie Mans, southern peninsular. He was ac-
;e-..on. Texas. The pilot can t:ke off and land the,'40,000. 0O 'copter 'os del Caribe of Cuba, and ex- companies by Mr. Berthony Vieux,
with the greatest of eaie on the yarht.'...-The yacht's owne4 Texas periments were started, off the Chief of the Bureau of Commmni-
v'l man, John Mecom, is active in thetdriflLng for oil on La G bnave. coast of Mole St. Nicolas, and ty Development, and Mr. Ren&
He i3 expected in tow-n'Viany time. ll be continued alt jermie, Cay- Belance. The party will return to
es; Saltrou and grand Gosier. The Port au Prince Monday.
Two New York *Excutariesy. making in-rota, rintole tural and ve=' ................
getable life of Haiti-17 days at Choucoune lovely.3essie Cqr.r and Kath-
erine Baer...'In on the lie de France,'Dr. Joe Carver and Bell KnUc"- ".-"" .
kles, great friends of the Pliontod They ate fourth trippers to aiti.. l s depots
Franny Masbrck is reidin_ in Jamaica. ..- Mrs. Joseph E. Gilbe t whose
husband is responsible for building some of New Yoak's greatdst sky- "-
scrapers visited here on the Ile de France. Joe stayed hchne on a "
scraper. The Gilberts, incidentally, wer4 on the Ile's makden voyage... Q prbon l
Congratulations to the city for its new yellow garbhprge dr.b;saf tbdeks
...Paramount movie producer, Charles'Vidor, is du atf the' PRticho' 4."
March 1st.... MauLice A. Walter, Nestle~s man, was showed around
town by John Alexis, Preetzman-Aggerholm's special dgent... aUf e.ra-
paud avec mal dent, is the manner in which a ,Briesur' described
his aggravating girl frilen...
We have toi apologize to Boucard and Company and Cnragao Trading .
Company, last week we erroneously stated the float with the Queen ,J
uf Jamaica on- was -the Tourist Shop Association Float. It was no(.lI '' '"
This is the joint action of these two corhpcting firms. Congratutiadons! ".
... Rafael Apparicio, former Guatemalan Chargd d'Affaires ,Jere re- ii,
portedly lost his life some months ago in a Thunderbird in Guaieemala
... Dan Lamothe. Canadian tourist here at Choucoune, with his wife,' j
for three weeks heard of the Madame .Magloire FouMdation through -- .
the paper rnd contributed $500.00... Ted Roosevelt is ba.rk to the -
:ra'.'anut Hotel after a lengthy seipur in the hospital... Thfbau'ds "
C'ateldc:i-ti Hotel has set its opening da-te for March 10th, Manager .-
is former Hotel School man. Mr. Peck... Mr. and Mrs. Terry Kuhn .
a.rrive at the Ibo Lele today and will stay over till Tjesdyi The'
Jim Herringlons .will show the top executive of the Bohn Alauminum
Company of America, and his wife, 'around town...
Max N..-Vincent is sending out the following invitatiffonr Onry one-
oppDrtunity to see the real -Voodoo Ceremony. in Haitfi wilT be by-
*gong.dDrn Saturday evening, February 25, 1056, at 9:00 p-m. to Voo-
doo Club at Carrefour, 10 minutes from Port, a-u Prince. In- rustic-
.frame and typical nthiosphe"e yo0'l[ reclire ft was in .the past at the'
.':kilon10Iatime: 'Conie to Voodoo Club'...
1' 4C31BA' GABLE had to seek the refuge of fie PAA Clrpper 436
.tMM*Y'.ieS he" steped agrdomd here. earoufe to Mi'ami f6onL or Les depots do carbone'qul sont actimtJas
4*uel ri- niart"' c%66ifrPotgray-salt, the Idol was besiegeJr by-Z Anny-
!ermean\-'iotf ..c sts' ge nysucivtbte orEcf-dtrna ersf e e" ty adns Ia chambre ddtcombustionlant elimines.
,le~an", o "hd Mgt d e tibr me 'd'er" hii_ nose to-
*hr'q i pu atiogr .. "t bul.- de. ,'fe was left compl'tely ajoure... completeuent'xMent avac Eisa Extra.Mc.JorOil
,NIft RX 6-1 'hi W pushede" WRNYC"- the NMew. rork .....
i .-"' $,tioa t&tw top,,e 4* g4od. musi'e and .no cormer-ars -- Esso Extra Motor centient en exciusi-
ui0o tpWn ,. Ha? Good'fra'W -n'. iris fovelV young wire- N]ite un ingredient d- .oyoge qul garden
enjfwoltsWttwn N-. Gort his .siSto wand f oeyyunwi-
"enioye4 metingfng, the atmgsqtere in'd a hair cut before returning en suspension la pcu:..'_re et les porticules
.tpNow.,Yrlk 6 tthe dleedQie bubness, Saturd'a-... Senator Gre rxiterg de carbon, qui si diles re,.lent, diminuen
.i&. expected doWn: frbiim *w Yor[ in l are '.. Lovey Jamaieaw, Do- j'eFficienco etla bon,' performance devot.ie
rothy 1lemetson had 'a wonderful time here' with the Felix B'akers amo,,tur. est paurq.; Di 55'O xtrNa M rtcF
dirinKter two weekss vieatton..iuad likes Raitf so much she'd like to m aLu.eviet si sale cpuzi vous F items le dra -
work here... Onetime MBE annqqncer and' member of the Le Mitin
enui(aqe. Gsrrd' Dabady, leaves f~r France tnrray on a Unescm schol- nare du garter.
.:rishin. Mr. Dabady is also Chief of the Foreirnr Information Service ,
.of S.PP. and will further his information studies abroad. The.airport t O.i-. -
Oin i.Iaeuey has r 24-hour shift enlarring the nf-way by- 20D" meters E.r .
for -the operation of jets. Cuba is prepared. Strr performers aboard 7 ,
Jthe Ilie de France Lady Ona and Milo. Hyofiot~sm- and "Sl ind-Ree,linT*
team. dr-4oed into the office. befo6i the -shin sailed for NTatarra, Cuba
Wednesday evening' and olferid ,Ithelr services to Haiti ...
President Magloire is planning a trip to Aux. ,ayes, shurtl,, .an ,..
th% Cayens are at work on operations'for a. roydl welcbme to the nan
tions Chief of State... Legrand C. Griswold is back from assisting his-
first wife in her divorce proceedings with her,second busbamd... Mary
Tohnson is back fronp the States... Sam Deilseh 'nQ his beautiful model
wife. Frances, enjoyed Carnival here... Raourl Hector is of! tto Mi ami..
D. W. Schalkind of the E. S. Law\'fon Comp-ny, makers of the best
naper cutter in the world, is in town for-15 days.. Dr. Sydney'Marks
s due here this week-nd... The' Pierre Wieners, are flying to New t
York today... The Fletcher Lanktons are at the2 Villa Creole for a S
week's vac-iticn with their lawyer friends, the Gaskins..
.. ..h i


Seminaire to Build moaern: gymnasium, upon. we
completion of the project.
Sports Field Mr. Louis Garoute and Mr. F1 -
lix Garescher, have been appoint-
The Fathers of the Petit Semi- ed by the Alumni Association of
naire Colleg0 St. M-rtial who dur- 'tie Petit S6minaire Collige .Sant,
ing the past eight years have been Martial to take measures to obt-
consecrating their efforts to the min the support of former strdients
remodelling and reconstruction of and friends of the instit:tnn.
the buildings of the college prop- x x x
have now underta-ken a ne-vwIO(K FOR. THE
project A modern stadium which FACTS NEXT WEEK
will include 1%4o football fields,
cne for volley ball, another for Six of the nine plane; tarrying
basket ball. and a tendis court is missionaries who were to stage a
planned on a two-s..re area. situat- demonstration uoon their arrival
ed in the zone of St Martin. near at the airport Friday have heen
the Sans-Fil post. Ten minutes reported missing. Sixteen lives
walk from the Seminary. the stu- "were lost when the plane disap-
den% will have access to a new-' neared between Camaguey and
swimming pool, showers, and a Port au Prince.


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SUNDAY, FEB. 26th 1956

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SUNDAY, FEB. 26th 1956 .HAMiT SUN PAE.

HAITI SUN .Dear Editor:
STHE HAITIAN, ENGLISH LANGUAGENEWSPAPER This is my second visit to Haiti
Coinmunt WelyPublished Sdy M and I have enjoyed a great deal,
EDITORPUBLISHER BEVNARD DIEDERICH visiting all parts of the Island,
^GERANT-RESPONSABLE PAUL E'. NAJAC Jalso the Citadel; the music and
-f----- hc hospitality the Carnival 4
S T ** which was terrific and great
ACCENT ON SALES SLIP AND ONE PRICE POLICY Dear Editor, fun. All in all I love Haiti and
I am surprised that nobody hope to return An- the near fu-
A survey of the city's shopping centers points up that more has apparently ever cor- ture.
:and more shops are now giving out sales slips to their cust- pl a i n e d of the situation Sincerely,
homers and are sticking to a. one price policy. at the I ii t er n a tional tele-
Pioneers in the tourist'industry hope that the price tagging phone. There is only one line majorie Kensington
-of merchandise will soon be universal here. The growth of to the States, and the Dominican o Odette Blanchard
tourist shops this season, plus the increase of tourism over Republic is on the same line. If 341 Bourdon HOTEL PLAZA
last year, is phenomenal and the use of sales slips and price the Dominicans are talking on the :4 B
tagging is becoming necessary to speed up sales and increase wire, then we must wait. Go down Port-au-Prince. Champ de Mars....
the store's service to the customer... haggling over prices is any day, morning or afternoon, ----
becoming as rare as under-selling of one's neighbour. and you will always find three : :;
The use of sales slips gives not only the store a record of or four people before you waiting .
the sale but gives the customer a handy receipt. Price tagg- to talk to the States. If you are :
ing speeds up the process of selling or buying and guarantees there early in the morning, and ...'*
a one price policy on all products besides giving the buy- at noon they finally get you "
er (Tourist) confidence in the product, and the store. through, then it is too late to 'talk
to a business firm in ihe U.S. Re-'...
WEAR AND TEAR ON TOURIST'S ((TARLATANES)S turn in the afternoon, and wait
all over again, you'll probably get
As a suggestion to Hotel Proprietors -give a little attent- through onthe cocktail hour .I -
tion to your marble staircases. A number of nasty falls have am. surprised there isn't better
been registered this month and though they may be due to connection between Haiti and the' .,
.foolishly high heeled ladies footwear a strip of safety mater- States by telephone, and I rm -
ial on the steps could have saved the embarrassing andfright sure it doesn't help business or .
fuil thumping of their .Tarlatane, as they bumped down the toutm. I wish l you would look
:stair. into this situation.
qA stitch in time saves nine for who knows the next lady Hommes d'affaie .
lightly tripping down those marble steps, may fall and sen- ,x dx'x a : ''.
ous injury result. DaHit //
Dear Haiti Sun:
TOURISMI DEMANDS URGENT CLEAN-UP OF (TOILETS* Well, this is my first visit to "
I' *: Haiti, and I am sure 'there will A. a s : -
In the interests of better sanitation and tourism we will be a second one The Carnival ilaterpiece of the Swiss v atc Inusry
continue to call to the attention of airport' officials, movie was wonderful, I appreciate the
bonuses restaurants, bars, etc., the unhealthy conditions that hospitality here. I love the merin- No. on the buying list of every tourist Visiting Haiti
exist throughout Port au Prince's rest room facilities. gue and music. I learned to do the ..
Many of the better hotels, bars and restaurants realize the meringue in Jamaica, so I just
problem and offer cleanly and healthful toilet facilities to fell in line, on my arrival.' G N o P R EG
the visitor and local residents. Sincerely,
A'previous editorial,' on January 22, pointed out the de- armen Da Costa *R n EE AV;
plorable state of many of the capital's toilets. The editorial : c/o Odette Blanchard -
states in part, As one tourist blushingly remarked, with the ... .don
change of food and the liquid diet often favored by vacation- Port-au-Prince. QUALITY WATCHESSINCE 1791
ers, visitors to the country are frequentlyy victims of the ....... __ ......___.........-.....__
. This means that tourists oftenhTve to take -
advantage of the existing commodities and the result is em-
barrassment, anger and bad publicit y.
More than ever before, action must be taken because' tour-
isnm is up 40% thismonth over last year. The airport, movie
'houses, restaurants, bars, et., should take note of this fact -
Sand enlarge their rest rooms and thus give visitors to our
fair ity a more pleasant memory of Port au Prince's sanita-
ry conditions.p
MAKE MONEY AS WELL, AS'HELP COMMUNITY

S' WANTED: Mn ,with a few thousand dollars to invest in
an air conditioned theatre, showing double feature films of
recent vintage, the latest 'newsreels and opening in the after-
noon.
-On Saturday and Sunday nights the crowded condition of .
the local cinemas is a disgrace to a city the size of Port au
Prince. Due to the size of the crowds, awaiting the opening of
the theatre and mobbed outside the doors for the second and O ad
third showing, some of the movie houses have taken to show- '
ing only one film and no newsreel anything to answer the: *. ,
demands of the public to attend a movie. A* dSk .*'*
There are enough people in Port au Prince to support a
large air conditioned movie house and bring in a great deal I
of money to the investors. Many. residents would be more
than willing to pay a little extra to see better 'film and to sit
in air conditioned comfort.
At the present time the movie houses are sold out hours
in advance of the showing and woe to the party that is delay- >_ ____ 7T\_ =__
ed in buying hi; ticket he must wait for the next showing '
and' might even miss the picture altogether. There are many ..'.. E'CQLGN
citizens you couldn't drag to the movies because of the exist-
ing conditions..

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PMW 1 HAITI SUN SUNDAY, F~.. ~th 1956


Perpignan Family Float Scores Again:
Thte Frogs Who I)e anded A King-Moral
Fast becoming an annual con- ral behind ,he story brought o
tribution to the success arid the fact that what one pers
gaiety of the Mardi-Gras festival considers as beautiful, anoti
in Haiti Is the spirit of direct fa- might find quite ugly.
i plly participation as exemplified With the Lieutenant at t
by Lieutenant Henri Perpigpan, wheel of the float, and his w
private Secretary to the Presi- seated with him, this yea
dent of the Republic. For the green-costumed frogs were sc
past several years the Liente- Edouard 14, Robert 13, Her
'mait and his wife have entered Jr. 9, and 22-months-old Gilbe
their own float in the tradition- daughters included Gladys
al parade of the a chars v and Evelynne, 8, Ella 7, Maude
each has mnet with enthusiastic Gay 5 and Claude 2.
applause from the spectators on This years story-poem c I
the carnival route. Frogs Who Demanded A King
This year, the Perpignan fa- was as follows: *The frogs
mily, now numbering ten and becoming ,Aeary of a democ
soon to be increased to eleven Lic state. They clamored so th
adopted as the theme of its -co- caused Jupin to put the mat
lorful float 4 The Frogs Who up to the monarch's pow
Demanded A King. Their idea From the heavens fell a king
was executed presenting a huge peaceful. This king howev
whiie bird, head moving up and made such a noise in falling tl
down continually, a green frog the betrachian tribe, Tribe v<
held in its large beak. The chil- -tupid and fearful, Ran to hi
dren were dressed in green cos- under the waters. In the rush
tumes, with eight-year-old Eve- in the reeds, in the holes of 1
lyn .Perpignan doing a truly marshes, without daring for
professional job of dancing, 'ong time to look in. the fa
throughout the parade. him whom they believed to
Every year, the literary-mind- a new giant.
ed Lieutenant passes out a mim-
eographed poem explaining the Or was it a great log, t
story behind the float. Lastlyear gravity of which frightened t
his float dealt with seven little first of them. Who upon seei
owlets and eaglets, and the mo-it, ventured even to leave h


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lair. It approached, but in trem-
bling. Another followed it, avo-
ther did the same: There came a
throng; and their troup at last
became familiar with him,
Even to jumping to the should-
er of the king. The good sire
suffered it, and held himself
ever quietL
,Jupin soon had plenty of
headaches! Give us, said the peo-
ple, a king who moves around!
The Monarch of the gods sends
them a simpleton, who crushes
them, who kills them, who gob-
bles them up at his pleasure;
and the frogr start to complain,
and Jupin speaks to them:
What then! your desire. Do you
think you oan bend us to your
laws? You should have first of
all kept your government: But
not having done so, it should
have been enough that your
first king was debonair and
gentle: So content yourselves
with this ,ne. for fear of meet-
ing one" even worse.


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Ten little Perpignans with frog entiig bird.


For some time now residents of a suburban area of Port
au Prince known for over a century as Bois Palate have been
blandly denying all knowledge of this appellation.
We are*, they say with eyes of prophetic fire, and a visage
hardened, into cold determination, ethe men and women of
Canape Vert, the green and pastoral canopy under which the
progressive, pensive but popular people of this Republic are
privileged to exists.
"But, despite ,their bland assurance, relentless reiteration
and firIh purposefulness, the still
take passengers to BOIS PATATE (the nether areas) for .,dix
cob or> and to Canape Vert for une gourde..
Once upon a time Bois Patate was a field of crawling po-
tato vines and ,giraumon,. And there one found a few poor
hovels inhabited by peasant families.
But the potent hand of evolution has been active in the
region. Roads have probed the ihnermost reaches of neigh-
bouring Canape Vert and from Carrefour Feuille, to St. Mar-
tin de Thor.
Bois Palate is no longer a field of sweet potatoes.
It is a thriving residential sector with the most ,coquette.>
tropical villas in town, an area with a present and a future.
But says Le National* in a recent editorial, the Commune
is puffing along behind Progress, unable to keep the pace,
so the name remains unchanged.
Anywyay the residents are still resolute, and they still name
the area themselves as part of outlying region of Canape Vert.
Talking of names, one is inevitably drawn to discuss SAL-
TROU the perennial subject of debate between scholars who
favour the name <.Salt Hole.> and others who say the trans-
lation is really ,Dirty Hole.>.
Either way, natives of Saltrou are embarrassed by the !jame
of their native town.
After all, it is hard to be described as a saltrousian. -
thrdugh the natives of Santa Barabara are proud to be known
as Santa Barbarians.
A daily suggests calling the town Bel'Anse, after the pretty
bay which it boast. Then the people wouldd be ,Bel-Ansoiss,
a noble name.
San Pedro could also do with a change of name to Saint
Peter, to remind the population that they are now living in
Haiti, that the town is no longer part of the Dominican Re-
public, and that they should all talk French or Creole.


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In a few parts of the count try and certain cities you will never see foW eight ets., an under shirt
a pipe becausc people who live in these quairters are~ so selfish that or a pair of drawers for four cts,
va($i owner~ (o a liouse ~says that hie will not pay 3-1 'he first expenses, leichiefs for one or two cents
to the hydraulic company and ~see, their neighbours have the privil- according to the ~size, washable
loe9 of having pipes in their yards for a ifiuch low er cost without sheets for tw91nty cts, and wo-
even partial cntibutipg to the first effort. men' clothes from ten to .wen-
ty cts. api&e6 Thu~rsday is h~er
These quarters would al- 4washing: day.
ways remain dry if a, few Jo- 9n- Wednesday ~she delivers
bles women did not devote more water thain every> other day
thcmE'lves to selling water as in order to let. hercustofmers have k
a me~ns of yearling the~ir~ 1w- a good. provision of water for' the4;
ings. achi one of these wo
m~en owns an empty five gal- Or 'that same, evening shegosv:
1o~ o~kjg ol ~naine ito her~ customers and picks up
whicl she carries water to all the clo)the~ to be washedl.
w~heretheyhave~ to deliver it. Net morning, after deliyering ~a
Letus intervew Sia, a typleio as 4etr-~tJe
at embr o th trde.the clothes, wraps th1em uip in a
sI ~~e o te ra~...large sheet and starts rfor the
SUIA TkE WAE SELE iienda~nt wyof earning her liv. 'river 'where she sp'ends~ the day Jack&y I''mvie starlet, cudde pt a mrca4
Arissia, who is known a~s Sia, inso she began~ to deliver washing.rIn the evening she gets World Aiwy cargo man a grAfglsbfoefyngt.,e
was born at Anse-&-Veau( in th W:t' tt u sire501 people who have :14ne and starches the clothes Meiooapar in a 'movie.A
Southern part of Haiti, in 191 no pipe In their yards. spreads them on lines for them to
At the age of ten years old, she Si snw fifty five years :ry, prepares herself some supper
was b he prensgivn oaold but she is just as strong as. q -nc lies'dovwn on her mat to
young lady of her -home townm tlenty yeai ()ld- girl', she goes leep. Fi
wh ha utgt are n to the public fountains and~ 2Early ~-on Fridlay morlnin, sh~e I '-T E F L E H T C
was to go ofd live in 'Port au fils her bucelt which she can starts delivering wlater up to
Pric wih erhsband: There ipadutnhrhedJust noon time because fromn 1:00 P.M.!TA
remained t~here. eigt yer an Weefn her Aieald and, the pan of clothes ~in the light oQf a 46te gri-
at last, as shie waht becoming Wae is more and more trouible-, the peo- t hc folded uLp and On Saturday pie decided to send. her home. placed there to' make, her feel delivering~ 'wter she takes~ the '
Intad f ~nghme iagtth-e weighy less. She sells each pressed, clothes and goes about
l~ref~ lac6e >>with a certain 11Dfl for ont' cent~ and is so acti.. delivering< them to the owners
young man who had been in these clothes are not marked, but
love with he~r-for the past 'few j .do not think~ a minu~te. .that Si
months.. Things went on fine /will coitt, an error by giving to
and after a year, Sia was ~the ' someone apiece of clothes whic ATO
mother of a baby boy. i }belongs to 'another one, she gets' '" A
Whe b s ot e~t~o -paid for, the washing as she, de- AF +
y ol whn he irlwasI lothes to their owners, KC
years lWe h i m 3dat the same timeclecs
tose e.~4. o l~r moh money from those to~ whom sh
in rde t beabl t wok.gave Wvater during the past week "
~r~et beabla9 wok~4and1 she has so -goo memory -
Aeerashq itbe~m that no one ca folhe by tell-

at another, on~e, then a house- shJUTlgae
pealdsui a li in a little F I ri 8
keeper~aar eatl n ol reis pae
We'her chid as five years. aprmn' ,ich i et 1
ed to'iifti ee dolrs
a m~onth. -She as three sons atP
became Tkecidws homoe to see her family: pehapsT
son- The chid waIiis11:1i yet born oncile every five years she will L 'CIiAiEiiE,. ...
born.when Sia became victim of.nwtw
belt). ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Liebc~evr adfr77weeks 'with them and come back
to Port-au-Prine~ with~ bags full
oferite, imal as .beansand.all
thetie te aby stogeougilveA that sh gn deir sixty that can befon 'in the coun-
01 try whi-le~ here she sometime re-
-to his grnd-mother at Ansea- 'ing with, the fift pound load on ivsuhtin fmhoea '
u- iawa tenemloedinhe hadjust as if it we'eol uhtig frome hoe; O TAbyR N E E O K
part of all these gifts is
the apa~y ~~a wshe~a a0 h~t~ nnew~ si ha a. her to 'neigh'bours. Her'iattractions
-certain lay' house and remain Iin her mouth w~hichhe smoke oes te.0 JXms nSn
ed there. util. she expectedI to I Sh dos't eve nedt hodaysther40 Apipe massh con fightepanf
be the 'mother of. a' child whose We heavy pan, on her aed to (lasher ie -ga fuie ockudayf-gh
father is nio'w deceased. She level it fro flling. Shwoesa thernoqa' wiere>se lson Sudeyliversorn,0t
'told your reporter that this 111 Only el'water, she is also~ te nn canr 'sl' banano pelv-r
mpate would hv good' e7 woman,5 sm
on~e if deat-ih 1id'iut taken him .~10"le 'wlip kow what she ca see, and biscuihts'tand also she
away from hern~cefore then child do _,d who have no'-'wsherwo never missaes hert 'GuM- 'servi- L n aoscl ~
as bon eaigbr n te5Un't h e on November.
wiii i.-i liuss packU

.i isiai, au g prsu i la y
samre spot as with hier -Fihkt tw. ~ t~cphseeywe So pod'okn'ay
childrenn. When the b}aby was i 4id gIiv them to Sia who takes Looklchl at her face you born, as she coiild'nt leav hm 'i to the river and washes someone ,who, putting aside Jli
al nthe ittl' ue toim the. She pPprsapl o leasures of they world, is really
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1956 EVINR1

OUTBOARD

INCLUDES]

SNEW MODE]
The 1906 line of Evinrude but-
*"'board, motors ranging forom
three to thirty borsepowei has
,'boen introduced here by Anton
Kneef, Rue Pavee. The new line
.,marks the addition of four new
-.models by Evinrude. 'The line
was eqvandedd, Anton Kneer
explained, a to meet power re-
quirements for every type craft
2 now on the market.i "
c The variety of outboard, boat-
lx ng has broadened to such an
extent that it. is necessary for the
.I, boat-owner Po have choice of-po-
.':.wer 'for hig particular need, whe
thereer it's. for/fishing, cruising or
Swate-skiing l
:-The' 1956 Evinrude line inclu-
*..jles three new 30 horsepower mo-


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dels. They are: a deluxe electric-
starting Lark, highly-stylized and
finished in two-tone greys with
red, white and chrome trim; a 30
horsepower electric-starting Big-
Twin; and 30 horsepower stand-
ard starting Big Twin. These
three neWcomers supplant Evin-
rude's 25 horsepower Big Twins,
formerly most powerful motors in
line.
The other motors introduced
by Anton Kneer are: 15 hor-'
sepower .Fastwin, available this
year for the first time with elec-
tric-starting; 10 horsepower Sport
win, newcomer designed for me-
dium-sized runabouts; 7.5 horse-
power Fleetwin, the 'model re-
commended by boat liveries; _5.55
hbrsepofrer Fisherman, the new


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-take-along, motor weighing bnly FAMOUS CREOLE
51 pounds, well-suited for the BUFFET
lake and in-shore 'angler: and
three horsepower Lightwin, ideal The Great "Simidor Choir"
for canoes, dinghies, for sailboat O V
auxiliary power and as a beginn- O Mixed Voices
her's motor for children. I
-lHEAR THE FIVE PIECE
SOne of our most importantoen- VILLA CREOLE
gineering advances among bigg-1
er motors, Anton Kneer ORCHESTR1
said, is the introduction of the
new Crui-s-Throttle on the Lark
and the two Big Twins. The and hear Haitian r
Cruis-Throttle, a completely re-
designed cam, decreases fuel con- ;
sumption up to 20 -per cent on all
30 horsepower motors when mo-
tors are run less than full thrott-
le. At cruising speeds, Evinrude's
30 horsepower units ,consume less
fuel than did .the former 25 horse-
power models.
Evinrude's new principle for
hand starting motors reflects a.
new engineering approach. The
newly designed internal starter / "-""'
pulley, elliptical instead of round -
in shape, permits up to 40 per-
cent easier pulling on starter
cord. This is called Eas-A-Matic
starting. 'c

Evinrude's rotating speed con-
trol.. mounted on the end of the,
steering handle, permits steering'
and speed control in a single corn-
,bined operation. This control is
included on all new models ex- -B _m B l
cept the Lightwin and the elec-
tric-starting 30-horsepower mo- .l y ,iA fj
dels. For the latter, it is optional O 5i l& a t
equipment. l. b
Remote controls, available for j f
all 1956 models except the Light- Vod--cw0 i A
win, permit motor operation from
any position in the boat. The are-
motes a are easily installed in PURLAIN 'jjuA n Ou RYAL COP
*single or twin combinations. 'g' & GROENDAHI iMoaea
SThe entire 1956 line combi-
'nes traditional Evinrude blue-and-
white with a new shade, charcoal
blue. The motors are highly-styliz-
ed. Anton Kneer said, a to I
meet consumer demand for per-
formance cgmbineed with beau- .I
ty.


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A'FAITWf! MURAVM INWNT...
AN UNPPI TTA7LE CXPERIENCU
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By Mary John3m
Gaiety is keynote of night
life in Port-auPrince the
gay sophistication of a New
World Paris underlined by the
hypnotic beat of African tam-
bours.
And in keeping with its
French tradition the accent. is
on good food in a romantic at-
mosphere. Few places in the
world can offer a more enticing
blend of these two elements
than Le Perchoir, Haiti's smart-
eat restaurant that hovers 3,000


feet above Port-au-Prince and
its emerald bay. Guests during
tea and cocktail hour have a
front row seat at one of the most
bewitching settings ever pro-
vided for a tropical, sunset.
Then the 'lights go on and the
curving bayshore is outlined in
a necklace of shimmering
pearls. On -the bieezeswept
terrace, guests can watch cars
stop at the Dominican border
20 miles away.
Whether it's a thick state-
side steak or an ethereal Rum'
Gouffli, Le Perchoir food is


Other leading hotels have
special dinner dansants once or
twice a week. Visitors should
not miss an opportunity to hear
Haiti's internationally known
male Dejean Choir which per-
forms at Hotel Ibo Lele on Fri-
day evenings during the Sea-
son. The El Rancho features Ti
Ro Ro, Haiti's number one dru-
mmer, and members of the Na-
tional Folklore Troupe on
Friday evening and other spe-
cial dance nights which vary
according to the season. Hotel
Dambala has a Saturday night
chicken barbeque beside its illu-
minated pool, with and orches-
tra -providing music for outdoor
dancing on its marble patio. The
Villa Creole's Big Night is
Thursday evening with a Hai-
tian Buffet served beside its
pool in a gala tropical garden
decor and, of course, dancing.
The roof garden at Hotel Chou-
coune is open for dinner dan-
cing Monday and Wednesday
nights during the season.
On Saturday evening Petion-
ville's thatched-roofed night
club, Cabane Choucoune, is the
mecca of the Capital Elite and
visitors. Alternating orchestras
throb with the rhythm of the
Haitian Meringue, a dance so
simple that visitors need spend
no time on the side 'lines just
looking on. Though this has
long been the society gathering
spot of "the Haitian Capital.
rum and sodas are still served
for .20 a glass. There is an en-
trance fee which varies depen-
ding upon the entertainment
for the evening. The Cabamnt
Choucoune often features lea
ding foreign entertainers.
Saturday night is also th(


.': :t. tey N..b [ superbly prepared and elegant- rught, torI
tPftiuisteyBeaUW A O&^c^^ r GS de
rtiquldt Be it ly served. F6lix GuIgnard and nearby ME
Beaded Bagssate& uebypeardadeeat ia o
Hand-enabroildered Blouses, I g. 1 3 his orchestra provides music for sant ban
'Skirts, St dancing. gious dance
nelles3, to
nd-paintd Sits, Spearfishing Equipment The International Casino, a the voodoo
Kqrchiof, Stoles, etc. Bathing Trunks swank establishment run by a FORGETI
(Hayzth Paintingp Native Polos for Me from Monte_
ilHaytlanCqramlu Dunhill pipes Carlo, is one of .the major For late
,-Hytian Postcarfa Borsahino Hato ,^ ^ ,
f aPonhd. Borsalino Hats points of interest during the
;(we mail them for you). Rolls Razors summer and winter tourist sea
__ '. --_ -, .... sons. There .one can dine on
eJft ka xce'_.t Italian food and later
s. 1 Wvit the gaming tables which
Sare meticuusly run under the
P Unusual among Gift Shops of The prices, the fixed price po- supervision of the Haitian Go-
a the world, is the branch of LA licey, the sales slip with every vernment. On the bay side,
iBELTE CREOLE located on purchase, with the guarantee of an orcheeta beat out rhum-

the terrace of the LE PER- the firm's name, are identical bas, mambos and romantic Hai_
ICHOIR, the famous restaurant tien meringues for dancing un-
6on top of BOUTILLIERS der the twinkling stare.
jTMOUNTAIN, overlooking Port N in the be-
:.au Prince. Near the Cvsi in the bree-
... m Pn zeswept Exposition Grounds
1;. Through the wude widows ,fe Open Air Theatre d
I Ae Perchoir Gift Shop the Vidn r ere virtorh ean
F~iwpe's yeswe'Verdure where vistors can
qppersW eyes drawn from attend the bi-weekly shows put
Jthe attractive show cases, to the Located in the shop Is a br, on by the talented National
fbreath-taking beauty or nearly where one can sip Haitian rum Folklore Troupe.
l. two thousand aquatre miles of punch, tea, coffee, soft drinks- F l
. ,HIspaniola's plains, mountains or where one can have a'tween Around the curve of the bay
.K!pd uea, lying 3.300 feet below, meal snack of sandwiches, ca- is the newly remodeled Hotel
.' Spacious, and always cool ke, ice crean, while shopping. Riviera with its huge air-con-
|Le Perchoir Gift Shop offer' The combination of cool mcorn- ditioned Bamboche Room and
'.the.same high quality French fort, spectacular view, scl- circular bar. The bar's revol-
:perumes. Haitian Jewelry, dan- lent merchandise, and refresh- ving center serves as the stage
5.. craft, books, paintings and ment, make a shopping trip to for Michel Desgrottes tri-lin-
-hundreds of other gift Items, LE PERCHOIR GIFT SHOP gual crooning and a nightly
^'Itasmbled from the far corners a pleasant and profitableex. floo show The white-faced Ban-
-itd the earth, as in the mother perience a high spot indeed da dancer is Minsky's in rever- rm l
5i:.tore, La Belle Creole, In town in your travelsk e, a comedian par excellence.
par


taking trips into tme
Ulls to attend the pea-
i.bochess or non-reli
ces held in open cton-
the pulsing beat of
Sdrums. It's an UN
TABLE epqrience.
e Stayer uppers any


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


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rican favorites, such as Alexan-
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 dab.
sant is planned for The Sete
of Ki Pi not for from the Fish-
bowL
For dinner minus dancing,
there is Petionville's Le Picar-
di a French-run Penrsion fea-
turing Escargot, pepper steak
and the sort of food rarely seen
or tasted off the Midi. In Port-
au-Prince, Aux Cosaques is
known for its tasty flaming
16bster and other typically Hai-
tian dishes. The Savoy, just
off the Champs de Mars, offers
either Haitian or American
foods and if you are really ho-
mesick for southern fried cdic-
ken that is just where you'll
find it a block from the Na-
tional Palace (Chanticleer,)
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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Don't miss a Sunday with HAITI'S
favorite friendly Newspaper.
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wan to bec-r
t with Ha~i- E
mav y ntre- (for which you willhave a ew roofhabitations'ofpeasnts anhoro ~ thistrip wl e ulo
sting trips respect). You will have a new arrive in r'ural Haiti, where life unfrgettable impresions,
test for-the attractions of the goes on. as 'it' has for centuries If yo r rsedfrtn
whc fo~ city. You will fell a great pity as if t~he city below did n~ot y~ou can fly tthCaein. 45
Hata iefor the jaded characters who exist. LE PARCHOIR, moader minuztes, adcnmk h n
wihyou cannot gain if you hve not strayed from the bar oasis on the mountain, off ers iep~ma $.1.4
Cfhfe orshtsegto since you left.. And, of course, the facil1ities of its 'restaurant onof Hiisms euiq-.
city. ~~~~you will have y odrsre of nd night club, its Terrace BaTbahs amodls'an
covrsatwiona amnton to and its brnc of L el rT6 otl hrcen h
Mot o these tr~ip can be last you for many months. aloe Gift Shop to make th~e 1t4
made ,in conventional autoro- S~o, starting with the shortest even orenjoyabeadpoi ih tlat
biles, others require the more cidps first, h~ere are a few boiled tal.Atrsnonlih ~E E I
versatile jeep to navigate the down suggestions far travel in wraps a~sb n etee Pn oet
rough spots and river crossings. Hlaiti: are'aked to wea cotsin the I ot-atHii rv
~Allofthe ca bemdki a restauatafe p.m. Allow sm 0mlsfrm- ots
.Jety. B~~~OUTU~ELLR MONAN to hor fortis trip -pls IfyuwnaotetrpOf Picisabuiulie
AND LE PERCHOIR tietea.Aa eevtoofbu MT

on Haiti's south~ coast. miles, e. oariea ti'

41 I aiti spedot before youi -thogadadrein

light and sao! Port-au-rn adetr n ilrmg <11 fr,~e.fmuss ae n

below) like a gin ~map To gethefoiro:te nuc
The~re is a: 1ertz-Drive-i t6 this rahaigubleRpbi.Teethcim
Yousl Agencyin town where eabead unoretalviwFr
you ca ent arorajee at 1 rur ata rynilsacas hstiviltk M,


cauffers, elsewhere~. TeHa-oitow.Tgethryo thoga uib fsmlHi-
tinAi~r Force provides sf fyohv'tetmw e : .:
an efiie~nt
at very reasonnable rate.Ak:afo urvs,.,

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CARNI VATL 1956 re looked regal, seeming to be in
their loge at theopera. While all
IN HAITI the perf'ormers did their very
best to get their attention and
By Nouche Degener. approbation
Started with great eclat along President Magloire had very
the lovely Truman Ave in the much encouraged the folklori-
city of the Exposition, for back- que aspect and intention of the
ground the pink oleanders and defiles and float, it was shown
the. .majestuous coconut trees, with perfection.
the pile blur sea, and the pale As the 4Chars'- started rolling
blue sky where shows faintly a their bands blaring in a burst
.thin sliver of moon with a shin- -of enthousiasm and gay revely
-jag star above. I the undulating lines of dancers
A commanding arch lumi- swirled by ini sinrilliting eostu-
nous in gr-en and red, where un- mes.
derneath a bright military band Every aspect of the cfete, be-
play the. favored carnival me- iig superbly and humouresly
tinglies, explained arid described by An-
Al o\-er impeccably trained toine R. Herald the best report-
police organisation with their er in Haiti broadcasting for ra-
smart looking officers and their dio Port-au-Prince.
red fourrageres keeping every,- First appears the o Char du
thing going in perfect order tourism with the world -
President and Madame Magloi- known d.it'mmer Ti-Roro -


mounting the huge pink shall
of a conche while. Two. lithe a
rytimic suple bodied pretty
creoles dance a lively c Congo *.
cChoucoune,. an immense negress
with hriUlind eyes strong
proud breasts symbol of haitien
beauty sun.? by all .haitien poets
and musiciens since the beginn-
ing of time 'esplendant in her
multicolored dress and brilliant
jewels.
Ancient haitfens in their
ancient costumes" bald -
heards Beards and mousta-
ches top) hads Stiff colars
and stiff legs.
One of the most original and
amusing group was the oipig -
Familyh prancing about, the
G r a nd-Motiher and Grand-
F a t h e r pure grey but
all their descendants yefloW
-black white all colors-
very piggish !


'Magnificent africain kings
with their feathers their
heard dress made af plumes
and horms beads and small
mirrors richly embroided tra-
vesti.
A group of yellow and red
satin- en3embles with bull -
heads loudly cracking their
long sisal whips-
India Caraihes dressed in
turkey feathers painted all dif-
ferent bright colors also small
mirrors and breads wild wistles
punctuating their dances -Top-
ing their long shing black tres-
ses' witL ancient head dress
*A striking Char) was the
tCalebasses decorated with
hundreds of brightly painted
' Calebaass looking like so
many gay captive balloons-- on
it an orchestra of accordeon -
dren and trumpet.
Peasant "huts rolling by with
the typical dancing" of the 'nioun-
many gay captive' balloons\- on
Beautiful Anacaona -,'Indien
queen called the e Golden-
Flowern of the Columbian
era swinging gracefully in
her hamat ( personified) by,the
great dancer hermiance Muxat
of the National folklore trout)
Guarded by her powerful war-
riors and escorted by. her page--
( Andr6 Germain the director of
the treup )
This great crete enchanced by
the gracefuJl attendance and
charming, homage of the young
Queens of Jamaica Miarmi .-.
Porto-RicW"- Cuba with their
lovely smiles and their gay
gestures they enchanted the
crowds -bbut nothing could sut-
pass the grace and beauty it
the "native Queens.
Also the exciting dance step
of the suple couple of pirates
on their block ship.
It is impossible to tell about


all the fascinating, floats the
large groups of five hundred or
more each with their own or-
chestras -. Ti-ta-to, diabolo yo-
yo Cha-Cha-Cha, Dragons
Hantes anl others. .
The.t -a.gtnative costume -
the dancers the singers -the -
rythnmique movement the
harmonious colors every-
thing bein beautifully lighted.
Everyone did their best .and -
succeded in giving the/'most
beautiful :;how imaginable !
Dr. Nelaron Camille the
mayor" of Port-au-Prince and
his two very able assistants Mes-
sieurs Volcy and Rousseau must
be highly congratuled and
warmly, thanked for their
great work .- by all haitien -
and everyone else lucky enough
to have witnessed this magnifi-
cent spectacles .-A this brilliant
Oarnival qhowiil the real hai-
kien sprit wicrls- one- of the
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SUNDAY, FEB. 26t1 1956 HAITI SUN PAGE 15


CARIBBEAN MAY

NEW NATION NE

London Meeting may speed es-
tablishment of Federal govern-
ment by 1957.
Britain's policy of leading
Commonwealth territories to-
ward self-government as rapid-
ly as possible may result in the
establishment of a new nation
in the Caribbean by next year.
Dcitegaltts of the thirteen Bri-
tish Caribbean colonies, current
ly meeting in London under the
Colonial Secretary's ciairman-
ship, are discussing the final
details of how and when the new
Caribbean Fcderal G(overnment
shall come into being and unite
territories rome 'of which arec
over 1,000 miles apart.
If there is substantial agree-
ment a project which hlias been
under discussion at various
times for nearly a century and
the'subject of intensive British-
West Indian work for the last
nine years will be brought near
to fruition.
WHY FEDERATION?
The initiative of the federal
plan is largely British and the
federal idea actually goes back
to 1705. Federation is seen by
Britain as a logical step in lead-
ing the c-olonies towards self-
government, the principle aim
in all Commonwealth territo-
ries.
Caribbean Federation would
enable the three million island
people to speak with one voice
in world assemblies and will
foster the growth of a West In-
dian naliom
The 'British Caribbean territo-
ries are seaittered over a million
square miles or more.
this wide dispersion oT terri-
tory is -matchab by 'equally wide
variations in products: sugar,
cocoa, nutmeg, cotton, frut, ban.
xite, cattle, tobacco, coffee, tim-
ber, oil, pitch; cement and co-
conut-
Individually these widely scat-
tered economies could not be
organised for self-government,
since they could support neither
its expense nor a high enough
standard ot living, without con-
tinual British aid, to make the
proposition attractive.
Welded together under a fe-
deral form of government able
to take account of different le-
vels of development and diffe-
-rent industries, the territories
can become a prosperous, vigo-
rous political unit.
STEPS TO FEDERATION
Much progress has already
ben made towards federation,
in the British-West Indian se-
ries of conferences which began
with the Montega Bay Confe-
rence in Scolember 1947.
The net result of this, and of
subsequent 'talks up to January
this year. is that the principle
of federation has been accepted


THE ONE AND
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T eAVE e Federal Executive will be 1) The Federation would share the contemplated revenue, main-
HAVE composed of the Governor-Ge- in funds available under the Co- ly from a percentage of customs
neral and a Council of State of lonial Development and Welfare duties on imports entering the
T YEAR 14 members comprising the schemes as the individual terri- federal territories and not ex-
'-X Y A R^ t Prime Minister, three Officials stories have done in the past. ceeding 15% of total duties, will
appointed by the Governor-Ge- 2) The U.K. 'Parliament would not be enough to ensure solven-
by Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad, neral seven rriembers nominat- be invited to make a grant of cy. The report proposes alterna-
the Lf.cwa'd Islands and the ed by the Prime Minister and up to $1,400,000 ( U.S. ) towards tive and additional sources of
Windward Islands, three Senators appointed by the the capital cost of establishing raising revenue.
British Guiana, British Hon- Governor-in-Council. the Federal headquarters. Ii any case initial problems,
duras, and the Virgin Islands One of the most important 3i The U.K would make grants both minor and major, can be
(in the Leeward Islands group), powers rcsa-rved to the Council during the f!rst ten years to cov- taken into account when a fur-
mainly r"r economic reasons of State concerns legislation !er the budget deficits of those their conference reviews the sta-
v decikl.-d to remain outside involving money (taxation, pu- Iterritories unable to pay their te of the union after 'its first
11 icrlet'lconi fo:. the present Hic funds. loan; etc., ) v.'hich way. five years.
'o:,.; B:iiolh Guiana has ac- may be introduced only in the 41 Natural disasters, such as The speed with which the fin-
,pt-(d the prin.iple of participa- lower house_ and only on the hurricanes, would merit special al developments take place de-
['ui in a cLiustol union, and any Council's authority, assistance from the U.K. to indi- pends to a large extent upon
.:a ;ll of hece Lenr itories will The Senate has a delaying po- 'vidual territories, the West Indian representatives
ic lice to come in later, if they wer of three months on money THE LONDON MEETING now in London agreeing among
wish. bills and 12 months on other le- This is the plan as it has so, themselves.
')EA GROWS gilation. g .far emerged from the series of For Britain's part the C(jloni-
The g,.owlthl of the federal dills, become law on receiving conferences and as it has been al Secy has undertaken that the
.! .1. the .:active co-operation of the Royal Assent, which can be accepted, with singularly few steps Her Majesty's Governmejt
ilic Caribbean people, has been given or rIL fused by the Cover- disagreements by the territories has to take to create the union
more than keeping pace with nor-General. Legislation in cer- wishing to become members will be carried out <.with the
'iclitical developments. tain categories, including most Barbados, Jamaica, Antigua, utmost expedition,, and that,
Already a considerable numb- importantly, defense, foreign af- Montserrat, Trinidad and To- if the West Indian governments
cr uf regional institutions have fairs and currency, are on the bago, Grenada, St. Vincent, St. are equally swift, the aim of
been set up to deal with com- Exclusive I.ist ie., matters on Lucia, Dominica, St. Christo- 1957 might even be improved
mercc and marketing of the ter- which the Federal Legislature pliar-Nevis and Anguilla. upon and the federal govern-
ritories' products, airways, ship) !alone may legislate. There remain a number of im- ment created by the end of this
ing, labor, economic policy and GRANTS FROM BRITAIN ; portant points on which West year.
ievelopmeut. 'rhe ledeiatianon would gain a very Indians must have a further say
laige measure of autonomy in at the current London conferen-
Th:i opening of the West In- the first f;ve years (the time .cc, which will, among other AUX COSAQUES
dian Univet ;ity Co'lege in 1949 between .*l.rtionsl. British WVest things, try to establish a proce- Haiti's famous ahomard flam-
hls done much to foster the Indians ,vwnild be governing dure for settling any remaining men has been enthusiastically atc-
idea among WVest Indians that theminselv'es, without bar as to matters prior to the actual es- claimed by visiting epicures, and
they are one people with corn- color, creed or racial origin and tablished of the federation. featured by (Imperial Linen.*
mon problems that can best be subject only to the ordinary pro- One of the major issues not
.olve0 by working together. visos for electoral purposes of yet decided is where the Feder- I
Particularly important has citizenship and residence quali- I al Capital shall be situated -ma-
been the reactionon of a Regional fications. I jority opinion so far has favored
Economic Committee, adminis- At the outset, however, the Grenada.
tering a trJde commission servi- federation would clearly need Other major problems are
ce and advising West Indian go- financial assistance from the bound to rise one of the
vernmnnts on economic matters. British Gov'ernment to imple- most fundamental ones behgig
A British West Indies 'Regional ment the federal plan and to fi- the recent report of the Fiscal -
Labor Board supervises the em- nance initial deficits. This has Commissioner on the question
ployment of West Indians been promi-ed in the following of financing the Federation. It
abroad, and a Development and forms, is the opinion of this report that
Welfare Organisation provides ---
a corps of specialist advisers on .
such matters as labor, egricul-
lure, educal'on. engineering and .
housing in addition to assisting
the t.-rritories in their develop- Q li
men programs. ..
Since 1940 the equivalent of
about $100 million (J.S) has
been given by Uritain towards
these development programs. -
CONSTITUTION -
The proposed constitution fol- U
lows the Australian pattern al Jllfbi-'
lowing the Federal Government "
only those powers specifically -
allotted to it, all other authority IB Ii'-"
remaining to the Unit Legislatu- \ 1' /
res of the individual territories. J
'The Federal Legislature will -
be bicameral with the upper .
house, the Senate, comprising .
19 members appointed by the i -
Governor General two mem-al l--- .. .: _
bears tnr each unit of the fede-
ration, save Montserrat which 4/ / A Caterpillar D2 Tractor, op:-ratng .
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The lower chamber, the Hou- / moldboard plows 93 inches deep in .
:e of Representatives, will con- -5 4 heavy soil
sist of 45 elected members; Ja- S
maica, with 17, and Trinidad, It will plow I acres per h.OLUr, Lu.
maica wit ,7, nd Tinida, tess than 2gallon ','flc.w. cost DL<-'."-
with 10. will provide the great- ess thn 2 galor fr.cost D
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PAGE 17


NAITI SUN


1956


Ni'w (.Tmple Of Beauty, Opens:
Parisian Expert Promtises The Besl


One of the new delights of the
coquet feminin world of the Ca-
pital is the recently' opened tem-
ple of beauty eArmande Coif-
fure -, ofi"the Rue des Caseroes,
just Gff thi Grand'Rue. Mrs.
Arinande-Valenti, the owner,
wife of the French artist, came
ho Haiti two years ago, holding
a diploma frQm- L'Academie
Scientifique de Beau'te,.- .'L'Eco-
le d'Asas, from ,L'(5real de Pa-
Tis, all tops beauty s:whool of fPa-
ris. For yeats she dftrected eAr-
'mande Coiffure,, a leading beau-
ty salon of the French capital.
,.. Her shop is beautifully deco-
rat~d and modernly -equipped.'
tight revolving chairs anji dress-r
ing tables re- serviced W1th ins-
tant hot dnd ..pld running water
and the new.,reaeh modejq auto-
,atic hot and cold. air diyeri..re;
during, the amount of'.time ;.-
quired for a shampoo,-and eoif-
*/r 'l .. .. *.~ : 4.- .. '.
-."Mrs. .-mact*V Q.v,eJ ft
gott6q nothing in', 'aip ig .
BeuyPalace K. sQ6qal @ tn
tioq stem,- and laVa *"
the 8dn 'enee of- the "cdstomt
eris haveV b'en ilzitallil. St ietest


rules of hygiene are observed.
Specially trained operators hand-
le the hairdressing speedily and
expertly, employing the hot and
the cold irons like seasoned ve-
terans in their operations of comb
ing and ulissage,,. Every type of
hair may find just the right treat-
ment. Permanent waving, hair,
tinting and dyeing, cutting, fa-
cial irnssage and manicqrring are
only a fewl of th& perfections of
.the ".Arande. Coiffure. Chil-
'dren' Im. aj re c,,i special atten-
tioin also. Three charming young
Haitian4 ably second the Par.
-sian expert. They are Miss Mi.
nouche Didio, Miss Therese Ger-
main and Mrs. Astree Jean-Jo-
seph.
With that unique e' llbdrali
de l'esprit- -for which the French
are known, Mrs. Vale'nti snilling.
ly welcomes her customers, ma-,
naging to give to each the illu.
sion: that :wheflnIAot steb' wt'WV o
.ter. ~y4.exiojiid yaqr
self.D2mbir C&1fiElyt4;
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Captain Georges Bayard,
Chief of Haitian Naval Opera-
.lions, arrived in Washington, b.
C. this week for a tour of Navy
installation' 4and consultations
with United States Navy lead-
ers.
He is accompanied by Lt.
Qomdr. Lucien Mangones and
Lt. Raymond Julien Lafontarn.
The party were greeted upon
arri, al by Rear Admiral Loren-
zo S. Sabin, Jr. and other. top
U.S Navy officers and were ac-
corded an honour guard and a
thirteen gun salute.
While In Washington Captain
i Bayard was decorated with the
Legion of Merit Degree of' CQm-


mander. Admiral Burke present-
ed the award before a group of
senior Defense Department of-
ficials in a brief ceremony in -,',-
the office of the Secretary of
the Navy.
The awarl. which 'was signed
by Defense Secretary Charles
E. Wilsbn, read for exception ->
really mr~torious con4uic in.
the performance of outstanding
services from 'March 3, 1952' to-
January 27. 1956 as Comman-
dant of the Haitian Coast Guarl
exercising a high degree of ini-
tiative and diplomacy in coo-
p.rating wholeheartedly with
the United States Navy and its Ots CA V am-*
representatives..By his dili-
genee ani professional skill he -j ai
has greatly aided in maintain- S. g t
ing and furthering the bonds of .--
friendship and mutual under-
standing existing between Haiti
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sk da Kolbjornsen, who represented IAgrcult
..Haiti at the Carnival of Baran- an i.ns
quilla and Iler ladies-in-waiting Grand'A
Micheline and Jacqueline Courtois, euded
returned Tuesday from their trip culture
to Colombia where they -stopped Jacques
'the show. by theirgraciouness, ters


route of Baranquilla by cries of C11aude
-Aiiriba Haiti! Long live Haiti! develop
The royal party included the moth program
Aer of the Queen, and Mr. Lucien
Yacetiont3
Bamir, journalist and official w re- hi
'hetrsts the Max Val flew to New YorkIporter for the crown,1 ,h, :
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nPesientfte ngan ti and18thwasmarkedby agay surprise
Brcad'^eastinreg Syste. Nazn for the elegaion wihparty in his honor with all guests

brief purchasi *tny costume. The merry-making
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Jy inPdion-ilS e e-o heFec E;big;iation1q ashi: te.pSnan'j
Lay W theF -o W ahe day Janni versary,

x x x ifehe 'ilspend five days here. ie I eo ~of4e

turdaY a hme n el-* r. ryBordes osereshs r 24tan was th object of a-
h anid time failybirthda anniversary today, ieb- gdatille fete intimn. by hi ar-
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Thomas Joseph Flanagan is ar-
ng here by air from Washing-
don March 9th. Tom was born
*the U.S. Capital on January
*h to Mrs. John Flanagan, wife
the Assistant" Public Affairs
*leer of the American Embassy.
XXX
I. Raymond Rouzr arrived
,week from the Dominican Re-
blie for a vacation with the fa-
at PNtionville. She is accom-
tied by her two younger child-
Raymond, Jr. and. daughter
ann; older son Raymond resides
e. Their arrival- made the Milo
uizier family completed Mrs.
h.zier is the former Jacqueline
er.
xxx"
driving by PAA flight Thurs-
were Mr. and Mrs. -Vladimir
novic, favorite cousins of Mrs.
ae Ashton, for a week's visit
t& the Ashtons at Villarosa.
y have been visiting for some
6 in Nassau where Mr. Weno-
,.has shipping interests. He is
..official of Combined Argosies,
id He is alsp an enthusiastic
d idver and playwright 2- One
AhiA. plays is slated for future
e .x"x x
ack for a couple of days visit
Ihis favorite hotel, the Brau
;,. is retii& New York lawyer,
I e h. -The venerable vi-
if'wi arrived Sunday states
it'Ce has been meeting the Pre-
of Haiti since the days of
tiHbm Nord., (President, Nord
;Cds). He made his first trip to
ti^'back in 1906. Now 84 years
'age, ,the amazing barrister'visit-
the Citadel on Monday, adding
either gem to his collection of
lobe-trotting souvenirs,
The three Viau sisters, Raymon-
e Banqne Colombie), Gerda
Gaetjens) and Simone (Maison
*ilg) motored to. Cap Haitien last
ieek-Td. .


The. cocktail party at the Ne-
-tie home of the G&orge Nand6's
Sturdy evening was in honor .of
daughter Frederique's 21st
irthuda. The young debutante[
hill -'wed Karl Seigel en April
21st a Eglise St. Pierre is PNtion
Vine.
xxx
Chutk ~Wiggins, Agricultural -ex-
pert with ,SCIPA from the ,U.S.,
has been transferred to Ecuador
where, ie will be Country Pro-
g1m Officer. Chuck left Wednes-
-jy for two weeks' consultation
wftb the later-American Coopera-
Uive Administration in Washing-
[Oa. He. will collect the Wiggins
Bkood here and leave. for South
imerica the middle of Uarch.

i '_ .


- HG.TRADE MARK
cLA


Cultural Attarheh' Jean Graffis
and French ,rossignol' wife, cel-
ebrated their fifth "wedding anni-
versary the day after Washing-
ton's.
S. ix
Earl Brown, the National Af-
fabrs Editor of 'Life Magazine*
returns to the States with wife,
Emma, this week-end. The Browns
expect to return to Choucoune
next year and bring another -Lif-
er, Hugh Moffet.
xxx
Major General Lewis B. Hershi-
ey, U.S. Director of military -sel-
ective service since 1940, and his
wife are vacationing in the Carib-
bean. They are expected in Haiti
this week, and leave Miami on
today's Pan American Flight 431
for Montego May a Jamaica. Af.
ler visiting here they will take in
he Dominican Republic, Puerto
Rico and the Virgin Islands,, retur
ning by way of Trinidad, Venezue
la, the Netherlands West Indies,
Colombia, Ecuador. and Panama,
reaching Washington on 'April 2.
G.MC. xxx
G.M.C. VIP's feted."
The visit to Haiti of two Ge-
neral Motor Corporation top
Executives was marked by a
round of social activities this
past week.
Mr. H. Ounde, Export Mana-
ger of the Foreign Distributors'
Division. and Mr. Roy Larchar,
Assistant Export Manager, ac-
companied by their wives left
Port Tuesday morning to con-
tinue around tha Carribean,
after enjoying what they term-
edt a truly wonderful time.
The ladies, sprouting lovely or-
chids, endorsed their opinion.
Saturday night, the GMC
VIPs were entertained by Mr.
and Mrs. Marcel Gentil, at a buf-
fet supper attended by Cabinet
members local socialites and
distinguished out-of-town visi-
tors, among whom were 'New
York's Ex-Mayor Vi-ncent Impel-
literi.
Sunday night, Director of Ra-
dio Commerce and Mrs. Edoeard
Gentil tuned in the Television
in their Laboule home with U
small fete in honor of the visit-
ors.
Monday might, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Flambert opened their
beautiful Tete de l'Ean" .home
to the distinguished visitors,
with a sumptuous reception and
buffet of the most delectable dish-
es. Among the guests were Minist-
er of *the Interior and Mrs Adel-
phin Telsou. General Antoine
Leveli, Mr. an.d Mrs. Charles
Dejean, and the leading Cap-
tains of Industry of the Capital
an~d their wives.
xxx
French industrial Jean Lambert,
principal Ciment d'Halti stockhol-
der arrived at Port au Prince last
week. Accompanied by the Admi-
nistrator of the Factory, Mr. Geor
ges Naud6, he visited the various
sections of the Fonds Mombin Ce-
ment factory.


Chief of the Haitian Air Force
and Mrs. Edouard Roy returned
Saturday from the U.S.
XXX
Little Evelyne Latortuc, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Francois La-
tortue tMadame nee Marie-There-
se Leys) is flying to New York to-
day to join her parents, and meet
her new sister born last Sunday
In the big city. She is accompani-
ed by her aunt, Miss Clara Leys
who will spend a month stastesiles
to brush-up on her English.
-xxx-
Miss Helen Miller of New York
arrived on the S.S. ANCON'
Monday for a week's vacation
from her Union Square offices and
clinic for the removal of super-
flous hair. The charming Electro-
logist is lodged at Ihe "Beau Ri-
vage. Hotel, and says that she in-
tends to learn all about the cap-
ital by walking, instead of using
taxis, allowing her to crowd as
much knowledge into her short
visit as .possible.
x x.
Canadian journalist, J a c q u e s
Trudeau arrived Sunday for a
week's visit here.
xxx
Pretty Claire Dessources flew
to New York, via Miami last Wed-
neaday. Claire who has a perman-
ent'visa will stay there for about


Potion Roy and Jacques Laro-
ciliprp nf Cavaillon were here for


PASSENGERS ARRIVING
,rTrm-,nAV Wr" U TtTWU' VflPI"


1~ 1 Yt a OC ,l.l -.-. --_- UJL.3IJC/L A& S* .W-jM "*fl' w
x xxx the Carnival. ON THE -S.S. PANAMA
Lucien Manuel flew to Miami on x x x
a business trip last Wednesday. Miss Helenes Lamarre .Youyou' Mr. and Mas. Milton Alden, Mr.
x x x of Cavaillon is still in Port au and Mrs. Joseph Alien, Mr. and
Agronomist Max Vieux, Direct- Prince after the Carnival three- Mrs. Charles -Arnoldi, Mr. and Mrs ;.';
or of SHADA and Ircnee Thebaud, (lay entertainment. She also spent Russell 3. Brdwnback,.Mr. and Mrs- -
Banque Agricole official, left Sun two days in Cap Haitien. 'Louis Lee Bbhler, Mr. and Mrs., .;.
day for the United States and Ca- x x x Alexander Davidson, Jr., Mr.--and
nada on'a special mission, in con- Mr. Frank Marshall, Executive Mrs. Manny- Duell, Mr. and Mrs..
nection with the acquisition of a Vice-President of Seagrams Whis- William A,: Fisher, Mrs. Beatrice, ".
merchant ship for the transporta- key, spoke at the International Flynn, Mr. .nah' Mrs. .Howeh T?:'-.
dion of the Habanex business. Club de Commerce, last Wednes- ordF, "Miss Ka. tljerine- Gaffney,
xxx day. Mr. Marshall who was here Miss Ehl-Goldfminth, 14.' 'and .
William Denn flew to J&rnmie with Howe Trade Commission for M.rs.- JohantB. .Grover,-Mr. 'm..ntf.'
last Thursday, he hopes to ben a day in 1953, and is at present Mrs. Album'Gutterson, Mrs. Ma ;
there for about a week. jthe President of the Latin-Amer- ceile Hyppoilte, Mr. Edgard Lo-'.4';.5;.
xXx ican Trade Association of Canada rest, :Mr. and Mrs. Ledlie' .Lagh- -
Liberian Ambassador George T. I spoke of Canada's general over- lin, Mr. g.. ,TSrs.. Paul laurent. .,-=.1:
Brewer arrived Tuesday after an: all trade with this area, and had Miss Msfltla-..Liek,. Miss. RodyLiK; .-
absence of several weeks during' a good word of advice for the, Levy; Mr. arid Mrs. J. P.' MeEvoy..; -
which he travelled to Liberia for' tourist industry: ,Watch costs of Mrs. Celia Mayala, Mr.. and Mrs_^.:--.
the' inauguration ceremonies of .goods and service. Those countries C. Singleton Meaws, Miss Viole4t :'.-
President W. V. S. Tubman.. who allowed prices to get out of Mitchell, Mr. and-' Mrs. dfwardm'-;-
Recently transferred to a new control" have suffered.' He feels Morrell, Mrsr' Paulema-Patfl Miss' "-
post, Ambassador Brewer is here' that one of the solutions between Andrea Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Char-.<-
for a short sojourn, and to take better balance *of trade and the les Petty, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis K...
leave of the Haitian Government possibility 6f catching Canadian Rc.nach, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar F.--
and the Diplomatic Corps. He and. tourist dollars is direct air serv- Rohde, DIr. and Mrs. E. D. Rosen.-
his wife were very active in the ice. feld, Mrs. lola B. Sherwood, Mn ...."
social life of the Capital, where x x x and Mrs. Paul G. Tomlinson, Mr:..,
they enjoyed greet esteem, and The Manager of the Royal Bank and Mrs. William Wetlistein, and *?;,
the best .wishes of friends here of Canada and his family, the De Mrs. Robert K. Zimmer.


wiu follow the distingushed cou-
ple to Spain where Mr. Brewer
will ,take up the reins .df the Li-
berian Embassy in Madrid.
xxx
Chic Mrs. Edward Shoucair, the
former Huguette Abraham, is over
from Jamaica visiting with her
family in Petion-Ville.
l iX.'
Ketty "Beauty Salon. Biamby
flew to New York to pick up some
courses.
xxx
Carnival Queen Monique Lau-
dun who, during our last carnival,
was a public favourite will soon
go to-study music in the U.S.
with Mrs. Madeleine Marcel Du-
rosier.
xxx
Huguette Namphy is back with
a certificate for the "Secretariat
and la Comptabilitb, from a Ja-
maican college where she attended
classes over the past fifteen
months.
xxx
Mrs. Louise Chevallier is open-
ing a gift shop. 'The "coquette.
shop will b~e called SI-ANGO.


Tcumous since 186,-. j
_________ ______*>_


Has your office been full of screaming.People all morning?-
Want to get those ear drums back in Shape again :
LUNCH AT (AU CHANTECLAIRh
Start in quietly with a Martini and Chopin .
Have an -Appetizer with a Bach Fugue
Work up to a Soaring Crescendo With Wagner and Fillet .
arx Pommes. -
AUUfT ANTECLAIR
(Open 24 Hours a Day) 2 Rue Rigaud Bois Verna :' "
MARION DE YOUNG GRISWOLD
(Formerly of Hotel Oloffson)
Tel. 5986


Mrs. Ward, President "of the A-
merican Legion, association for
aid to war veterans and handicap-
ped service men, left Wednesdayr
after spending two days in Port
au Prince. She visited the J. B.
Damier Trade School and the
Nurses School of the General Hos-
pital, accompanied by Mrs. Fortu-
na Guery and Mrs. Jeanne Nelson.
She also contracted Mr. Mades
Chief of Mission for the CARE
Foundation. Mrs. Ward has arran-
ged to send tool kits for the use
of the students at the J. B. Da.
mier school.
XXX !
M.r. and Mrs. Julien Lafontant
and their pretty daiuqhter -Marie
Claire flew to Havana on a vacat-
tori trip last Friday.
xxx
FOR SALE LIKE NEW
Dinning room set, glasware,
kitchenware, ice-box, etc. Call
3313 during work hours.


Jacques Epailly is visiting with-.'.-
his moth e, father and sister, in '"'
Petion-Ville. Jacques is over with
his lovely wife.
Bill and Bertha. Stowe clippered
off to Washington, Friday.' The
Point IV official is off to handle
statesides purchasing of equip- ,
meant and material for the 'lprog-
ram here. :,
X XX .'"
Moniqie Coupet, lovely" SCISP. 2
Administrative Assistant, observed
her birthday anniversary Febru- '
ary 22 rd. -.
xxx
Louis. Smith and' Edouard De- -
sert, two of Banque Nationale's "
employees have received scholar
ships from the U.S. Department
of Commerce for an apprentice-
ship in the different service divi-
sions of the Ministry of Commer-
ce. The training courses were ob-
tained through the intermediary
of the U.S. Operations Mission.


A :


2L


Mr. Vincent R. Impellitteri Judge of the Court ol apeciai Sessums in
New York City where he was formerly Mayor seated with His Excel-
lency the President and Mine. Paid Magloire during a courtesy visit
to their Turgenn Residence Monday. The ex-Mayor lodged at El Ran-
cho distinguished himself as a good meringser.
LuLL, lteglieU .Ti-l.ou' and hls --
friend Irasperi flew to Havana Verteuiis are back -from thejr
last Wednesday. They hope to winter vacation in their home-
5tay there for a couple of weeks, town, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad..




w..


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..RGE2


HAITI SUN


VAN HEFLIN...
( Continued from page 1)
Van's lovely red-headed wife,
and two stunning daughters,
Cathy aged 9. and Vana 12, shar-
ed his- enthusiasm for Haiti.
after lunch at Choucoune Ho-
tel, with Manager George Kenn,
and watching the show at the
Cabana put on for the benefit
of the. Stella Polars passengers.
Even if he can't have his
wish about a film on Haiti, he
ha decided to return for atI


uanwes tumimon cee I
Of Luxurious "Floatir
On February 22nd, an out- by the
standing official reception was dining


held o0
FRANC
and fo,
tire of
Albert
this ret
Colimo.
Depart,
rn ni


least a month of relaxation 6n 6Office
the family's next vacation. Last Health
year they spent a month in Ha- .Ucligh4
waii but its getting so commer- jecdg fo
cial out there that they even ljoria a
have 'signs pointing out here Abolart
old house. Van Heflin who re yeD
calls visiting Haiti 23 years ago i Dre a
as an ordinaryy seaman on -a United
tramp steamer has just finish- rism.
ed a very successful play on N Mess
Broadway: A View From the I and Di
Bridget) by Arthur Miller. i ine
chens
Hubei-t Abraham and his sister, dining
Mrs. Edwa-d Shoucair, visiting luxwrio
here from Jamaica, took the the ex]
Heflins or a tour of the night piratiot
clubs, shops and hotels en- the or,
joyed it as much as the Heflins. Ecole-F
very Ir

USS FORRESTAL frwe.
(.Continued from pige 1) treuii,
*dterson, Captain Johnson and Reguer
Forrestal staff officers at the
residence in Bourdon. litary
On Sunday morning Captain Sund
JohnL'on, :cecopanied by his Americ
staff will make an automobile their f.
tbur of Podt au Prince and vici- restal 1
nity, including Kenscoff, and derstoo
will tneet later with Haitiami- tions a


the cc
board
In r
by Ch
speaki
thnkei
fine 1
ors du
al ins]


flw~. ri!-- C1~ t.L...


n board the SS ILE DE
E foil he Ecole-Hoteliere
r the resident representa-
the United Nations, Mr.
Le, Bel. Also present at
2eption were: Mr. Dantes
n, Directeur Gen6ral du
ment du Travail, pr. Sa-
Director of the Regional
Division of World
for Latin America, Dr.
eri, Director of the Pro-
r the Eradication of Ma-
nd Insects in Haiti, Mr.
d Desenclos, Administra-
rector of the Ecole-Hote-
nd Mr. Robert Angelvin,
Nations Expert in Tou-
rs. Angelvin. Colimon
dsenclos were particular-
rested in visiting the kit-
and the services of the
rooms and bars of this
us- floating city with
pectaxion of deriving ins-
i and ideas helpful to
gan!zation of the future
I6tel. The group was
tuch impressed by the
y welcome accorded its
rs by Messrs. Louis Sau-"
Maitre d'Hotel, and Jean
'e, Executive Chef, and

officials for lunch.
ay afternoon. Haitian and
*an private citizens and
families will visit the For-
from 1 to 4 PM. It is un-
d that individual invite-
re-.now being issued.


L IEQ U-I D A TAI 0 N


ALL LONG PLAYING RECOi


CLASSIC-10" from $4:00 for $2.75


12" from $5.50 for $3.75


POPULAR-10" from $4:00 for $2.75


12" from $5.50 for $3.75


Beethoven Berlioz Brahms Dvorak

George Gershwin Morton Gould Grie

Mozart Puccini Schubert Strauss -

Weber Bruckne Cherubini Corell? .

Gounod Liszt Mascagni Mendeissohr

Prokofieff Ravel Saint Saens Schuni

Shostakoviteh Tchaikovsky Verdi ]

Duke Ellingtofi Benny Goodman, etc. etc.


CURACAO TRADING


r


THE WORLD


ig City,,
I-
K'impeccable service of the
room personnel during K
)irse of tle luncheon on
ship.
reply [o the toast proposed
ef Reguere, Mr. Desenclos,
ing for the entire group,
d its hgsts for the very
essons afforded the visit-
iring this really education-
pection tour of the RLE DE
CE'
menu was exceptionally
', revealing once more the
testable prestige of the.
h Cuisine @s well as the
rbial hospitality of the
agnie Transatlantique. -
stioned about the tourists'
ssions here, the Maitre
el, Mr. Louis Sautreull,
of the passengers' delight
the beauty of the Haitian
ryside and its many'points
rest, as well as with the
Illness of Haitians every-
'; ,he also expressed the
that the services of the ho-
n Haiti, while greatly im-
d, continue to make pro-
and strive to match in
y the luxurious surround-"
and architectural beauty
ly offered by these esta-
nents; this, in order to
r meet the desires and
of their clientele.
Ecole-H6tel4ere owes a
al ,note of thanks to Mr."
otte, Chef de I'Armement
w York City who, upon the
st of Mr. Angelvin, arrang-
make possible this cordial
Lion on board the ILE DE
ICE.










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Cesar Franck
g Haydn it B

Wagner

Deilbes

i- Moussorgsky

ilanni r H

Louis Armstrong




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