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Major Efforts On Behalf Of Haiti


Local efforts on behalf of the sur-
vivors of the January 12 earthquake in
Haiti have been massive. As of our
deadline this week, the local popula-
tion had donated almost 130,000 euros
and the Collectivity pledged another
200,000 euros in response to this gen-
erosity. These sums prove that we
were all touched by the gravity of this
major earthquake on our neighboring
island. A large part of the funds were
collected during the events held on the
dock in Gustavia on Saturday, January
16, and coordinated by the Multi-Pro-
fessional Economic Council, with
monies going to support relief actions
by the Lions Club, Rotary Club, and
Croix Rouge. A total of 17,308,62
euros was raised via various sales in
addition to donations given directly to
the three service groups, each of
which had its own stand on the dock.

Where does
your money go?

The Lions Club Opts
For Reconstruction
While they regularly send food and
clothing to Haiti, this time the Lions
Club opted for a different solution:
"Until now, we preferred to send mer-
chandise to Haiti. But in this time of
emergency we felt it was better to col-
lect money," explains Jean-Pierre Bal-
lagny, president of the local service
club, who announced that they raised
$44,000 on Saturday, January 16. The


un Monday, January i8, Regis rain,
president of the CEM, presented Jean-
Pierre Ballagny, president of the local
Lions Club, with a checkfor 5,584
euros donated during the fund-rasi-
ning events on January 16.


The CEM organized a '. "
Haitian relief day in
which businesses, res-
taurants, and professio-
nals raised more than
17,000 euros.


Lions Club decided on
Friday what they would
do with the money:
"What I can tell you is
that the funds will be
used in the reconstruction efforts, as it
seems very difficult, if not impossible,
to provide immediate aid."
In addition, the Lions Club purchased
two 40' containers that should arrive
in Saint Barth shortly These will be
sent to Haiti as soon as possible. In the
meantime the club is continuing to
collect donations c/o Lions Club, BP
186, 97098 Saint Barth6lemy cedex,
or deposits can be made in the dollar
or euro "Haiti Disaster" accounts at
the BNR

Rotary Provides Shelter
For 1000 people_
Without counting the first 20 that the
Rotary financed last Wednesday, this
service club succeeded in the purchase
of 84 additional ShelterBoxes, these
solid plastic cases that contain a tent
for up to 10 people and survival gear.
Nils Dufau, director of the Rotary's
communication commission, told us
that the first wave of 37 boxes, pur-
chased on Thursday, January 14 via
the Miami branch of the international
ShelterBox association created in
2000 by a Rotarian, had arrived in
Haiti. The rest of the boxes should be


here in the next few days.
Yann Perez, president of the Rotary
Club, informed us that in spite of
meeting their goals, in light of the
enormous need in Haiti, the Rotary
Club would "obviously" continue to
collect funds to finance additional


One ShelterBox contains: A 10-person
tent, blankets, water purification and
cooking equipment, basic tools (saw,
axe, shovel, rope), a stove, and other
essential equipment such as mosquito
nets, activity packs for kids, and a
wind-up AM/FM radio.
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continue to get calls from
individuals and businesses
that would like to finance
additional boxes. To do so,
you may deposit a check at
the CEM or the BNP in
Gustavia, made out to:
Rotary Saint Barth (Action
Haiti). A donation line has
been established at 0590 87
05 01 (you can leave a mes-
sage if no one is there to
answer).


More Than 15,000
For The Red Cross
In all, the territorial delega-
tion of the Red Cross in
Saint Barth collected
10,356 euros, in addition to
the 5,784 euros they
received from the CEM's
actions on January 16.
These funds will go toward
emergency relief adminis-
tered by the Red Cross in
Haiti. "For us this seemed


the best way to offer emer-
gency aid to the victims,"
explains Henri Louis, presi-
dent of the local delegation.
The Red Cross has put an


emphasis on two efforts in
Haiti: the establishment of
medical centers and creation
of potable water stations.


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On Thursday, January 14 and Friday, January 15, the young
members of the UMP political party held a food drive for
vi, rimn of the earthquake in Haiti, ( lle' riin, non-perishable
items. By the end of the second day, they announced a total
of 33 shopping carts offood and palettes with hundreds of
canned items, dried foods, water, and milk. These items will
be sent in the two containers that the Lions Club hopes to
send to Haiti as soon as the situation allows.


To offer as much assistance
as possible, Alexandra Def-
fontis (on behalf of the Col-
lectivity of Saint Barth6le-
my) has made a computer
and staff person available to
all Haitian nationals in
Saint Barth. The goal is to
use all possible avenues via
the Internet to try and find
missing family and friends
who have not been in con-
tact since the earthquake.
Almost a dozen people
seeking up to 50 family
members have taken advan-


WOOING WITN ALL OF THE rNER HOTEL AND VILLA ONs THE ISLAND


tage of this service. For the
moment, the search has not
been fruitful. "We are con-
tinuing our research," says
Deffontis, who in addition
to websites such as
www.familylinks.icrc.org
and www.koneksyon.com,
has sent a list of the missing
names to the Canadian
radio station, Voix Tropical,
broadcast in Haiti. Contact
has also been established
with the Haitian consulate
in Guadeloupe in the hope
of g'i; g i, -.


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HAITIAN PRIEST An Ecumenical Service for Haiti

EUGENE KAZE AFFECTED BY

THE DISASTER A ,


Like all Haitians around the
world, Father Eug2he Kaze,
the Catholic priest in Saint
Barth, was personally affect-
ed by the earthquake that hit
his native island. But for
him, as for many Haitian ex-
pats, there were many hours
of waiting and anguish
before the first news arrived
from his family He finally
got good news on January,
14 at 1:30am: ly 31-year-
old brother, Pierre-Lucien,
who works at the Ministry
of the Interior and has been
studying economics at the
same time, called to tell me
he had just been rescued
uninjured from the debris at
the university in Port-au-
Prince, a 10-story building
that collapsed like a puff
pastry. He was trapped
underneath for 48 hours! I
didn't even know he had
been at the university. In
reality, I was worried about
my sister who works at the
Minustah (United Nations
Stabilization Mission in
Haiti), whose building was
destroyed. I had spoken to
her at noon when she was in
her office and I imagined the
worst. Fortunately she was
outside of Port-au-Prince
when the earthquake took
place." Their parents live in
the eastern end of the coun-
try and are also safe and
sound.
The : I..iii..Ii.1,i religious
community, to which Father
Kaze belongs, was hit hard
with the loss of 10 members
when their building in
Turgeau collapsed. The
Inter-Institute for Religious
Training (CIFOR) collapsed
onto a minibus with seminar
attendees at the exact
moment they were leaving
the building, causing 20


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deaths. The cathedral and
the majority of the churches
in the Haitian capital sus-
tained heavy damage, as did
The Church of Saint Louis
Roi de France, home of
Montfortains.

Long-Term Aid
The Catholic community has
not been excluded from the
fund-raising efforts for Haiti
that have taken place in Saint
Barth since the earthquake.
But the aid is for the long-
term: "With the church
council, we have opted to
help with the reconstruction.
Of a school, an infirmary, a
hospital, that is yet to be
decided," explained the
priest, who can already envi-
sion "the day that light will
once again shine in Haiti.
For the time being, intema-
tional emergency relief is
taking time to reach the vic-
tims, but it is &i llig there.
Now it is important to start
to think about post-earth-
quake aid." With this goal in
mind, Father Kaze told us
that he plans to go to Haiti
shortly and make an evalua-
tion: ly objective is to
come back with propositions
for projects," concludes the
priest, who found it hard to
conceal his emotional pain a
few days after the earth-
quake that caused 50,000
deaths according to the
World Health Organization,
or the 70,000 according to
the Haitian government, or a
possible toll of 200,000
according to the American
Army


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Anglican vicar Charles Vere Nicoll, Evangelical pastor Iris
Romney, and two Catholic priests, Robert Blanchard and
Eugene Kaze, participated in the ecumenical prayer service
at the Catholic Church in Lorient.


As local events and fund-
raising drives were under-
way to send much-needed
aid to the survivors of the
catastrophic earthquake in
Haiti, the religious commu-
nities of Saint Barth joined
together in prayer on Friday,
January 16 for an ecumeni-
cal service at 6:00pm at the
Catholic Church in Lorient.
There were tears in many
eyes as Father Eugene Kaze,
a native of Haiti, shared the
pulpit with fellow Catholic
priest, Robert Blanchard,
Anglican vicar Charles Vere
Nichol, and Evangelical
pastor Iris Romney
During the service, the
island's spiritual leaders
shared their -ii...ug lii and
read various passages from
the Bible: "Jesus invites us
to be God's hands and work
miracles for those who are
suffering," said Vere Nichol,
who read from Isiah, Chap-
ter 43, in the words of the
Lord: "When thou passes
through the waters, I will be
with thee; and through the
rivers, they shall not over-
flow thee: when thou walk-
est through the fire, thou
shalt not be burned; neither
shall the flame kindle upon
thee,". Father Blanchard
noted that at his Sunday
morning mass he thought of
the Haitians who were
unable to go to church
themselves, as many
churches have been
destroyed: "We must have


faith and believe that this
crushed people can rise
thanks to the solidarity of all
humanity, and become a
people that can once again
help itself." Two young
Haitian women spoke, one
in tears, the other praying to
God to give force to all
Haitian mothers to be able
to get the food and water
they need for their families.
An email from Haitian film-
maker Amold Antonin, who
attended the St Barth Film
Festival in April, described
the conditions in Port au
Prince as "apocalyptic," and
that the images we see on
the Internet and TV did not
illustrate the reality of the
situation but that moral sup-
port served as an enormous
comfort to those who sur-
vived. Father Kaze, over-
come by emotion, sang "Le
deuil d'Haiti,*" which he
described as a Haitian text
set to music that the
Haitians sing and play on
the radio every time there is
a catastrophe in their coun-
try. The words of this text
seem particularly appropri-
ate now, when Haiti is clear-
ly bereaving. "This is the
first time since the war of
independence in Haiti that
the rich and the poor are liv-
ing in the same place: the
streets," said Kaze. "The
future depends on all of us,
and I am certain that Haiti
will be reborn from its cin-
ders."


















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New Head Of

www.medici.tv


A classical music fan and director of
the "Temps Musicaux" festival in
Ramatuelle, France for the past 22
years, Didier Bensa (who also serves
as president of the St Barth Restau-
rant Association) has become head
of www.medici.tv, which recently
became part of "Museec." Created
in May 2008, and previously operat-
ed by the production house Id6ale
Audience, this web-based project is
dedicated to classical music and
offers concerts, operas, and ballets
via live streaming or VOD (video on
demand).

Herv6 BoissiZre, who remains the
general operations director, original-
ly launched this initiative. Also a
classical music fan, who listened to
programs on France Musique, the
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ous record labels, most notably
Naeve (which produced singer Carla
Bruni-Sarkozy), before founding
www.medici.tv. By May 2009, just
one year after its debut, the site had
aired over three million live web-
casts for more than 400,000 viewers
in 198 countries.

The VOD catalog includes over 400
videos including concerts by some


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names in clas-
sical music
today:
Claudio Abba-
do, Daniel
Barenboim,
Martha Arg-
erich, Maur-
izio Pollini,
Nikolae Lugansky, Anna Netrebko,
Magdalena Kozena... There are also
archive films by great artists from
the past: Maria Callas, Herbert von
Karajan, Leonard Bernstein, David
Oistrakh, Mstislav Rostropovitch,
Samson Fran6ois, Dietrich Fischer-
Dieskau... Plus interesting portraits
of artists and composers (Glenn
Gould, Sviatoslav Richter, Yehudi
Menuhin, Philip Glass, Arvo Part,
Karlheinz Stockhausen, Pierre
Boulez...) by leading directors such
as Bruno Monsaingeon or Frank
Scheffer. And finally documentary
films made by the best in the field
such as Johan van der Keuken or
Alexander Sokurov add to this virtu-
al music hall available online 24/7,
and which comprises the largest col-
lection of classical musical videos.

In addition to the VOD offerings,
medici.tv's numerous live
webcasts for music lovers
have ranged from a con-
cert by the Berliner Philar-
moniker direct from
Moscow, Mozart's opera
Zaede by Peter Sellars at
the festival in Aix en
Provence, 10 concerts
from the Aspen Music Fes-
tival, Pierre Boulez at the
Louvre, and The Chamber
Orchestra of Europe to
every concert from the
2008 and 2009 Verbier
Festival programs, which
attract an average of
800,000 connections each.


Didier Bensa


Goals In 2010: "To offer 60 new
films for VOD each year," explain
Didier Bensa and Herv6 BoissiZre.
"We also plan to develop the site
internationally and add to the num-
ber of viewers worldwide by adding
versions in Spanish and Chinese to
the existing versions in English and
French. In fact, China has over 20
million people who play musical
instruments and represents the mar-
ket with the most potential for devel-
opment," concludes the new man-
agement team for medici.tv.

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* February 4 \ ladimr Juro\uski
at the Theatre des Chamnps Eh -
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* February 6 \erdi's Requiem.
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* February 17 Missa Solemnins b\
Beetho\en under the baron of
John Nelson. Lisbon
* February 18 First recital b\ the
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The Dengue Epidemic Continues:

VISITORS ON THE ISLAND MUST PROTECT THEMSELVES

FROM GETTING BITTEN


Saint Barth has been experiencing a dengue epidemic
for the past two months. Since the third week of
November, over 340 people have had this virus, which
is carried by the aedes-aegypti mosquito. In order to
prevent dengue fever or to know what to do if you sus-
pect you ar e sick, Dr Gilles Alayangues from the local
hospital, Dr Deborah Brosnan, David Graham, and the
St Barth International Pr operty Owners Association
have issued the following information:


Most dengue cases are
benign, but complications
can develop. Seek medical
help if you develop
dengue fever.

What is dengue fever and
how is it transmitted ?
Dengue fever is the most
common mosquito-borne
viral diseases in the world.
Dengue fever is an illness
caused by infection from a
vrius transmitted by the
Aedes mosquito. There are
four types of the infectious
dengue virus (serotypes 1
to 4). Types 1, 2 and possi-
bly 4 have been identified
on St barths. Infection
with one strain will pro-
vide protection only
against that particular
strain. Future infection by
other strains is possible.
Dengue is transmitted to


humans by a bite from an
Aedes mosquito that car-
ries the dengue virus. You
cannot catch dengue from
someone. Aedes Aegypti,
the dengue mosquito, can
bite all day and takes only
1 days to complete its life-
cycle.

How do I know if
I have dengue ?
Symptoms usually appear
between 3-10 days of being
bitten. Dengue fever is char-
acterized by the sudden
onset of high fever, which
can last up to 7 days or
more. It is often accompa-
nied by one or more of the
following symptoms
intense headache, back
ache, body aches, joint
pains, loss of appetite, nau-
sea, vomiting and the devel-
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known as hemorragic
fever (which includes a
tendency to bruise easily
or other types of skin hem-
orrhages, bleeding nose or
gums, and possibly inter-
nal bt ... 11,'). A blood
test will often show low
platelets. Patients with
dengue fever often become
dehydrated.

What should Ido if
I think I have dengue
fever ?
Contact the duty doctor in
St barths on 0590 90 13
13. The emregency room
at the hospital is fully pre-
pared to deal with dengue.
The doctors and medical
staff on St Barts are expe-
rience in dealing with
dengue and can provide
excellent care and advice.
If you have left the island,
go to your doctor as soon
as possible and tell them
that you may have been
exposed to dengue fever.

What is the treatment
for dengue fever ?
There is no specific treat-
ment for dengue or dengue
hemorragic fever. Patients
should rest, and drink
plenty of fluids. Pain
relievers with acetamino-
phen are helpful and
patient should avoid those
containing aspirin. Consult
a doctor. Supportive care
with intravenous fluids
and frequent blood test
monitoring can reduce


complications of the dis-
ease. In severe and hemor-
ragic cases, bloods trans-
fusions may be required.
Hospitalisation is recom-
mended for patients who
have severe symptoms and
for patients with signs
(e.g, low platelet counts)
that may lead to hemrro-
hage.

What precautions
can I Take ?
The best and only defence
against dengue is not get
bitten by an infected mos-
quito.
There is no vaccine or
<. But you can take
several steps to protect
yourself. Applyling insect
repellent is the way mots
people protect themselves.
But it is not the only way
: wearing long-sleeved
clothing, using mosquito
nets while sleeping and
staying in mosquito-free
rooms are good measures
to prevent mosquito bites.
Individual measures for
sick patients are very
important to prevent con-
tamination of healthy peo-
ple. These measures are :
insect repellent application
on clothes and inside
home protection with mos-
quito nets. Other measures
include insecticide sprays
and burning reppellent
oils. You should decide for
yourselves on one or a
combination of these.


St Barth Weekly n0188


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TIME OUT


Where to go dancing? See an art exhibit?
Listen to live music? Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let's party I


Special Events
I Saturday January 23
Pure Surf & Music on
the beach at the Tom
Beach Hotel in St Jean
Giant screen for the
projection of the new
film, "Oasis Surf
Generation," shot in
Costa Rica featuring
young surfer Elliot
Ivarra, from the St
Barth Reefer Club
Live Music with
"White Knuckled
Week end" and live
painting with Zaza
Noah!

Carnival
I Sunday, January 24
The carnival parade of the
season takes place on
Sunday, January 24.
Organized by La Pointe en
Mouvement, the parade
will start at 6pm on Rue
de la Paix in Gustavia.
They will join Les Youngz,
a new Carnival group, in
front of the Ti Zouk K'f6 at
6:30pm. Together they will
march through the streets
of Gustavia and conclude
at La Cantina, along the
waterfront. Information at
0690 49 27 44

Live Music
I Every Monday
Disco evening at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Every Tuesday & Sunday
The Real Cabaret kim & Co
at Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou
I Every Wednesday
Theme Party at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
) Every Tuesday & Sunday
Angel's Night at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Every Friday & Saturday
Crazy week end at Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou
) Every Friday
Live jazz music during
dinner. Restaurant


Le Gaiac, Toiny.
I December 21-January 23
Evan Goodrow Band, Rock,
jazz, from 9pm to midnight,
Bete A Z'Ailes, Gustavia
) Saturday January 23
The Last Show with
Tanya @ the restaurant
Do Brazil, Gustavia

I January 25-February 14
Seed from 9pm to midnight,
Bete A Z'Ailes, Gustavia
I Friday January 22
- Live Music with Tanya,
Soley &Papaguyo,
Flamenco, Reggae, Soul
Vibes from 7:30pm at B4,
Gustavia
- Funky in Live with Dana at
St Barth Pub, Lurin
) Saturday January 23
- Live Music with Tanya
&Papaguyo, from 7:30pm
at D5 Brazil, Gustavia
- Live Music with the local
Band Roots, at St Barth Pub,
Lurin
) Sunday, January 24
- Brazil party at Nikki
Beach during all the day.
- 1:00pm: Follow the wave
with Sundek fashion show at
La Plage, St Jean
- Live Music with Papaguyo
& friends, Funky, Flaminco,
Reggae Soul Vibes from
7:30pm at Bonito, Gustavia
) Monday January 25
Live Music with Soley
&Papaguyo, Flamenco,
Reggae, Soul Vibes from
7:30pm at D5 Brazil,
Gustavia
I Tuesday January 26
- Live Music with Papaguyo,
Soley, Flamenco, Reggae,
Soul Vibes from 7:30pm at
D5 Brazil, Gustavia
- Jazz & Blues in Live at St
Barth Pub, Lurin
I Wednesday January 27
- Jazz & Blues in Live at St
Barth Pub, Lurin
I Thursday January 28
- Theme evening at St Barth
Pub, Lurin
- Funky & Rock in Live with
Dana at St Barth Pub, Lurin


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) Friday January 29
- Live Music with Tanya,
Soley &Papaguyo,
Flamenco, Reggae, Soul
Vibes from 7:30pm at B4,
Gustavia
- Live Music with a local
band froms St Martin at St
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Night Club
- Yacht Club, Gustavia
- Eleven 12, Gustavia
- The Strand Supper Club


Let's Party
) Every Tuesday
Evening "We will rock you"
at The Strand Supper Club
(Casa Nikki), Gustavia
) Every Thursday
Ladies first at The Strand
Supper Club (Casa Nikki),
Gustavia
I Friday and Saturday
Crazy week end at Ti St
Barth, Pointe Milou
I Friday January 22
Latin Temptation, Dj'ette
Tuche A, Salsa, zouk,
reggeaton, Elevenl2,
I Wednesday January 27
- Ladies 1st, Elevenl2,
Gustavia
) Thursday January 28
-Flower Power 70's, 80's,90's
Elevenl2, Gustavia


Fashion Show
) Daily Fashion Shows
- Fashion Show: every lunch
& dinner, La Plage, St Jean
- Fashion Show from the
Poupette boutique, from
1:00pm at Tamarin, Saline.


) Every Tuesday
6:30pm: Fashion show by
the pool, from the boutique
at the Isle de France,
Flamands


Exhibitions
I Through January 31
- Ladies First : Groupe show
featuring photography at Clic
Gallery, Gustavia
- The Water/Bodies: The
gallery has hosted shows from
the top artists in the world and
those who will be in the next
few years at the Eden Rock
Gallery, St Jean
- Robert Curran invites you
to view unique photographs
from around the world :
"Anthology". at TomBeach
ArtStudio, St Jean

SPermanent exhibits
* Alain le Chatelier, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
* Works by CyrilleMargarit
at Nikki Beach, St Jean
* Paintings by Suzanne Mac
Nally, Les Artisans
* Tony Caramanico at Clic
Bookstore and Gallery,
* Dave Stevenson, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
* Group show at Pipiri
Palace, Gustavia
* Rose Murray, Comptoir
du Cigare, Gustavia
* Sculptures by Timothy
Holmes, Comptoir du
Cigare, Gustavia
) Artists' Collections
- Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
- Didier Spidler, Gustavia
- Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
- Mitchell Summer, Toiny


St Barth Weekly n0188


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At a cocktail party hosted by the Col-
lectivity on January 14 in celebration
of the 26th anniversary of the St
Barth Music Festival and its organiz-
ers, president Bruno Magras and first
vice-president Yves Gr6aux, who is in
charge of cultural affairs, presented
the Medal of Saint Barth6lemy to 10
musicians who have participated at
the festival for many years.
The 2010 edition of the festival
kicked off on Tuesday, January 12
with a complimentary Mozart concert
at the Catholic Church in Gustavia
and concluded on Wednesday, Janu-
ary 20 with French guitarist Eric
Franceries from Lyon, who was
accompanied on one piece by the
Miro Quartet and another by the
Chorale de Bons Choeurs.
Music lovers were also treated to a
magnificent piano concert featuring
two outstanding pianists, as well as
an evening of arias from great classi-
cal operas and contemporary works


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pool-side restaurant for lunch & dinner.
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Have you seen the
two performances
aboard La Loupi-
ote yet? Try not to
miss their last two
shows on Saturday,
January 23 at 6pm
for "The Naviga-
tors" and 7:30pm
for "Between
Island and Wing."
These silent specta-
cles combine acro-
batics, dance, poet-
ry, and theatre, and
are performed by
Franck and Del-
phine, two "nav-
ig'artists," who love circus
arts and sailing. They
arrived in Saint Barth
aboard their sailboat, La
Loupiote, and use the deck,
mast, ropes, and any other
nautical elements necessary
for their acrobatic adven-
tures.
The shows are suitable for
audiences of all ages and


last 20 minutes each. They
are free, but the artists are
not paid for their work and
invite the public to make
donations to help them and
their two kids continue on
their great adventure around
the world. Additional infor-
mation is available on their
website for La Loupiote:
www.voilierspectacle.com
or by calling 06 90 21 3157.


St Barth Weekly n0188






SEEN IN ST BARTH
mmmmmmmm


An evening offun and
music at Do Brazil:

Phyllis and Ken
Haldeman enjoying
the performance

Tanya Michelle and Soley
vamping it up on stage


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Martin Scher and Sylvia Chavkin
in a party mood


Carnival
On The Way:

The Youngz
rehearse
for Mardi Gras


MOTHER TURTLE IN SAINT BARTH


There is a woman in St
Barth who is attuned to the
suffering of red-footed land
turtles. Her name is France
Arnaudo-nicknamed
"mother turtle"-since for
more than 10 years she has
come to the rescue of these
reptiles, giving them TLC
when needed. Her home is
a sanctuary for all injured
turtles: those hurt in road
accidents or by construction
machinery, females having
difficulty laying their eggs,
or those suffering in captiv-
ity... no matter what their
handicap, France is there to
help them!
In five years, France has
"repaired" 30 turtles whose
shells were damaged, prima-
rily in accidents along the
road. The repairs consist of
using resin on the shell or
even fiberglass usually used
for the hulls of boats. Plus
all the nursing care France
dispenses with the valuable


help of the island's veteri-
narians. Most of the turtles
stay with France for a short
period of time, just until
they have returned to good
health. Once they have
healed, they are released on
the high hillsides that
remain a favorite habitat for
these turtles. If you find a
turtle that has been injured,
do not hesitate to contact
France at 0590 27 77 80 or
amaudo. france @ wanadoo. fr


























GuSTAVIA 0590 27 78 62


CATERER DELI RESTAURANT
OPEN DAILY 9am-9pm, TUESDAY 9am 7pm
Route de St Jean 05 90 27 90 65 kikiemo@wanadoo.fr


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* Puzzle G at www.sudokustar.fr
There's no math involved. The grid has numbers, but
nothing has to add up to ii., lily else. You solve the
puzzle with reasoning and logic. It's fun. It's chal-
lenging. It's addictive!"Fill in the grid so that every
row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains the
digits 1 through 9."That's all there is to it.

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* Local Weather

Saturday
Scattered Clouds
High: 81 F / 270 C.
Wind ENE 13mph / 19km/h
Night: Clear
Low: 770 F / 230 C.
Wind ENE 22mph / 36km/h

Sunday
Partly Cloudy
High: 800 F / 270 C
Wind ENE 15 mph. / 25 km/h.
Night: Scattered Clouds
Low: 74 FE / 230 C.
Wind ENE 22mph / 36km/h

Monday
Scattered Clouds
High: 800 E / 270 C
Wind ENE 22mph / 36km/h
Night: Scattered Clouds
Low: 74 E / 23 C.
Wind ENE 22mph / 36km/h

Tuesday
Scattered Clouds
High: 78 E / 26 C
Wind ENE 17mph /28 km/h
Night: Scattered Clouds
Low: 74 E / 23 C.
Wind ENE 17mph /28 km/h


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Real Estate

FOR SALE:
Participation in an SCI
(real e state i investment
company) for a building
project (permit issued)
comprising 7 apart-
ments meauring 45 sq
meters to 100 sq meters
in St Jean.
For additional
information contact:
06 90 56 29 95

For Sale: This villa is situa-
ted on the hillside of
Flamands and has an ama-
zing ocean view. It encom-
passes 2 apts on the first
floor with 1 bedroom each
and on the 2nd floor 1
apartment with 2 bdrs and 1
bath. Perfect for yearly ren-
tal with a good return.
St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International
Realty : 0590 29 75 05

For Sale: This beautiful 4
bedroom villa situated in
Pointe Milou offers expan-
sive views across the north-
western side of St. Barth
including sunset views.
Very good rental history.
Not to be missed!
St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International
Realty : 0590 29 75 05

For Sale: This charming 5


Solution
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bdr villa was recently refur-
bished in St Jean. The main
large deck with pool over-
looks the hillside and offers
a distant view of the air-
port. The villa features 3
levels in three separate
pavilions. The layout
makes it perfect for rental,
generating great revenues.
St Barth Properties
Sotheby's International
Realty : 0590 29 75 05

190- For sale: 980 square
meters of land in Saline
with pretty ocean views.
Building permit for a two-
bedroom villa with swim-
ming pool. e-mail:
kayquattrocchi @
hotmail.com

190-Attention investors:
Property for sale in a resi-
dential area of Terres
Basses, St. Martin: Villa
"Lagon Bleu" with 8000 sq
meters of land on the water.
500 sq meters of living
space with three bedrooms,
garage, studio, gym/mas-
sage room, large terrace,
infinity pool, Jacuzzi, pri-
vate pontoon for two boats,
guardian's villa with two
bedrooms and pool. Price:
4.2 million euros. Good
rental history.
Tel 0690.34.14.34,
stmartin-properties.com


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1 Emergency
Shipping rescue
Gendarmerie
PAF / airport & port police
Hospital
Fire dept.
Doctor on duty
Pharmacy A6roport
Gustavia
Saint Jea
* Useful numbers
Tourism office
Harbour
Boat company Voyager
Airlines company Winair


numbers
05 96 70 92 92
05 90 27 11 70
05 90 29 76 76
05 90 27 60 35
18 / 05 90 27 66 13
05 90 27 76 03
05 90 27 66 61
05 90 27 61 82
n 05 90 29 02 12


St-Barth Commuter
Air Caraebes
American Airlines
Taxis Gustavia
Saint-Jean
Town Hall
EDF (electricity company office)
Water system
Post office Gustavia
Marine Reserve
Catholic church Sunday 8:30am Gustavia
I. _, church Sunday 9am.
15 tF~. ,. church Gustavia Sunday 9am


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05 90 27 66 97
05 90 87 10 68
05 90 27 61 01
05 90 27 54 54
05 90 27 71 90
00 599 54 52040
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