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 Material Information
Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
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Weekly
Every I
Sunday


S'VOL XII SUNDAY,


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DECEMBER 13th, 1959 Port-au-Prince, HAITI -


Haiti And


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Chose


Claudinette Fouchard who entered the "Miss Haiti" contest last Sunday
'as the candidate of the "Ceroles Mondains" of Port-au-Prince.
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Evelinne Guigna


BREORD COFFEE CROP
dGOODSUGAR HARVEST JAPANESE INTERESTED IN HAITI'!
Sc w w AND HYDRO-ELECTRIC POW
V. cokte crop which was main-
sl for last years econ- The expansion of Haiti's sugar in- last year according
slump has jumped rm 260, dustry and hydro-electric power for tistics of the Japanes
sixty kilo bags last year to a the -Artibonite Valley were the two ice amounted to $27
',-ecord 600,000 this year. Although top projects of interested to the Jap- the other hand impo
S world prices are lower than proceed- anese trade. mission according to of Haiti's raw suger.
.rig years, they have now stabilized. Mr Fumio Miura, consultant to the Members of the mi!
Government export duties are up Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Di- (Continu
Sbut they have been simplified into rector General of the Latin Ameri-
Sron single-tax. Dti o a stanar can Society in Japan, who headed AUSTRIA SC
brand of 2 x' fifty kilo bag that sells t g
fob for $32 amounts to $12. Coffee the group. TEAM COMI
..;exporters are now concerned over HAITI THIS
i the regular seesawing of crops. They During a two day visit this past
I are studying ways and means to week the ten-member mission dis- The Austria soccor
over-come the every other year low cussed Japan-Haiti trade posswoili- na, five-time Austria
'harvest. ties and economic cooperation in the pion are scheduled ti
'.I: The Haitian American Sugar Com- form of investment with Haitian au-Prince January 3
Span, Haiti's major refinery places government officials and business- tour of South Americ
r.-:this year's harvest at 50,000 short men. Two members of th
S(Continued on page 11) Haiti s direct imports from Japan are Swedish.


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JTanuary fourth has been set aside as the official dedication day of Haiti's new half a
the end of 56 years of service of the municipal slaughter house on the La Saline boulevard
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million dollar meat-packing plant which will mark
1. Replacing the lunch-back iron frame "abattoir
mblic view a half mile behind Damlen.


ce waterfront at La Saline, a major
eye-sore.
To. manage the plant, the compa-
ny has acquired the services ol
Charles Campbell, a veteran of 35
years with Armour in Chicago. He
has supervised the complete const-
ruction of the large single storey
plant locate half a mile behind Hai-
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15 CANDIDATES
PARADING TODAY :
IN SWIM-SUITS
Minss Haiti is to be chosen Tues-
day from some fifteen aspirants,
five of them from the provinces.
The judging will take place at the
Casino.
The contest which will send the
winner on to Call, Colombia to com- r
pete with other South American
beauties has awaken parti pris"
emotions seldom seen outside the'
political of football circles in Haiti.- :
Today at nind the contestant will : ;
parade in swim suits at the Hotel
Beau Rivage before the panel of' .., '. :
judges. This hour appears to have '
been -specifically chosen to avoid.' .;
any display of undue excitement oIn.... .
the part of the briseurs-set. It will
be the first parade of Beauty cont-
'estants in swim-suits seen in Haiti..
(Continued on page 2): .:
TUNE IN TO
TELE-HAITI .
ON CHANEL
S. FIVE TODAY
AT 6PM
S------(See T.V. Guide page, 16)..
rd who was originally designated Miss SNAD
has been elected Miss Casing. :12,000 HAITIAN
"TI PIERRE" CAUGHT SUGAR WORKERS TO
S SUGAR 'IN ACT: BE RECRUITED
ER GETS SIX BULLETS FOR DOMINICAN
Recruiting of twelve thousand..
to official'sta- "Ti Pierre" a fast talking enter- workers to assist in the harvesting
ie Foreign Off- prising odd job man with a flare of the Dominican Sugar crop beg-
,000. Japan. on for mechanical engineering and ins tomorrow at Leogane.
rted 4,000 tons long side-burns paid with his life Eight thousand workers
Saturday night for his after dark recruited by the Rio Haina sugar
ssion were con- industry. recruited by the Rio Halna sugar
ssid on wepage on-) Shortly before seven Saturday ev- refinery located six miles from Ci-' '
ed on page 2) Shortly before seven Saturday ev- dad Trujillo. Four thousand workers
ening a two-gun airforce non-comm- are required by Refnery La Roma-
)CCOR issioned officer dressed in civilian na.
ING TO clothes surprised Ti Pierre in the One hundred and twenty Haitian
act of syphoning gasoline from the workers were contracted to work
WINTER Reynolds Company Cessna airplane for two years on farms of "Abaco"
team of Vien- at the botton end of Bowen Field. of the Mattson firm on Nassau.
n league cham- The special duty watchman claim- Le Matin in a front page editorial"
o play in Port- ed it took six bullets to ward off Saturday called attention of the au-
0 and 31 on a Ti Pierre who put up a struggle thorities to the. conditions under
a. when it became apparent to him which some of these workers return
ie Austria team that his lucrative gasoline business without money and miserably
(Continued on page 12) clothed.
A kinmodern Planthalf a million dollar -6'
American fin a nc ed meat-packing
plant, the first of its kind in Haiti,
will be officially dedicated at Da-
mien five miles from Port-au-Prince
January 4. It constitutes the largest
private investment in Haiti this year.
The Haitian-American Meat and
Provision Com'pany an enterprise of
Clinton T. Murchison of Dallas Tex-
as and two New York Investment
Banking houses Allen & Co. and
Dancy Duval & Co. will enable the
razing of the 56-ye.r-old municipal
.s slaughterhouse on the Port-au-Prin-


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Industry, Hitachi and Co.;
Titsuji Nishimura, Foreign Trade
Kanematt-u' nd Co.; '
iji 'Oyokaia, Shipbuilding Mit-
bubishi Heavy Industiyrlt l Co.;
J.uichi Osawa, Electroni&hs Nilen
.penl. and eo.; .- '
Osa.u' UIhd'-Textiles. Kureha and
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Sueyuki Wakasagi, Foreign Trade
Mitsui Bussan and Co.;
- idliie Yaniamoto, Foreign Trade
thehu and Co.; -
Scretary:. 'Shiutano Tani,' Minptry
of Foreign 'Affair Ecohoioi IfAf-
fairs Bdreau A E.ric.in ''fai s
Section. -;" -- :
l.enibbrs .of the mission were op-
en 'in heir praise or'i the "grcib~s
Ilbspfta4ty thed received fier.ih'ybs
pa'iktithl?' noted 'efrbzts' 'df Seait-
or Vi'tori Reveis Coiatal t Haiti Ai-
bhssador designate :to' Iapan' .~ho
entertained them at lunch Tuesda&y'.


,o V e r the Japanese-Haitian
BYa I.ent whiih has beexia-
te 'fi., JaphknesM dcen-
Iin: t t bt y HatF. -"'A i'
"~th member 'of the. mission re-
rtzig to the:prospects for increft-
^WE*te betwed~Ritl v t,'Itloots
gitfof i ally ~'i ; it l
~di& takdng'tboinY(%W tm06
O A thti year.
e-sit ion i-m
ie1c&d ~gEcua-
te ffwnwill returp to Toldo
thf ey 'wiiaVll e study of
'vari s propositidns and condi-
S d -in ou h America for
a e investment .
a.:imfrS n a million tons of
manually, ,1Ha -is supplied by
l-,di0io&ier' hali Auls-
;S: ie -nmiasioB' ibdibated that
ese invesinent-'i the sugar
s voiu be in .the form of

m in supplying the hydr-elec-
.ii wnn. r t uhiA.Pnlird ilarn &as


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oboue -- C4IANE
S .OF THE ISMION CN6UCOPNE
,: e Mra, Specida aLdviser
Mit lof Freign' Affaid; IT
-r' Teue Tujimoto, '-Heavy GR
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SCabane Choucoune made a spark-
*- t- TI- *.t ling' comeback Saturday'night after
(nted aihr page 1) a'-Sumnner recess ....
re than a thousand turned out Celebrating: its nineteeenth anni-
Thmrdayinikht to applaud the Iersary this month Cabane Chou-
~te'it-tJie'"Bi u RiOdg6 wheir couhe proved o6ce' aain that in
-.from the. provinces appear- taiti Romahne andd a bobicotne go
b;th_'first time. ". tqgether.- -
de; selecting a beauty queen 'Hundreds showed up..for the re-
,sdgps-will also bestow the title opening and applaid.a the special
en n-one of the'lovel, anniversary show with fhe Haitian
eles.. crooner Herby Wifiaier and his
S and the Cuban Tenor Aii del Castillo.
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GEf. MERCERQN'S
FIgtT AN}WVERSARY
AS AR1lY C$l

The first anniversary marking the
nominatioih of Brigddier Ge'neral
Pierte r Lerceron 'ai chief .of Staff
of the Aimed Forces '*as celebtat-
ed at a reception offered by Preid-
eitial Guard Commnider aid Mrs
Claude' Raymond Monday evening
af their residence in pacot.-
- 'Te President of the Republic and
Madaiie Dr Francois 'Divalier at-
tended the'party. Minister and Un-
der Minister of Intdeioi and Nation-
al Defence MM. Jean Magloire 'and
Aurete 'Joseph the chief and memb-
ers of the American Naval' mission'
were among those who attended.


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.SERVE THE EXCEL ENT QUALITY RICE
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HAITI'S FERTILE VALLEY

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Sc :::. G DE RICE ON THE LOCAL MARKET
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, "UEFALO" Grade-A
"BLUE-1BONNET" Grade-B
"'BUFFALO" -Grade-B
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S. $10.2$at the Mill: $10.50
9.20 at the Mill: 9.50


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9.50


S 8.0 at the Mill: 8.50
5.00 at the Mill: 5.30


'A Discount of 4 per cent at the Mill at Deseaux (Artibo-
nite Valley) or at our warehouse in Port-au-Prince, (corner
Rue du Centre and Rue des.Cesars) wil be allowed on pur-
chase of.20 sacks of rice or more.


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WASHINGTON.-
A leading Latin Anerican disarm-.
ament advocate has paid high praise
'6 proposals by Chile and Peru for
curbs 'on militaryy expenditures in
favor of economic development.


24-TAKE
INAUGURAL
JET FLIGHT FRO9 y
C.T. TO 'NEW YORK
Travel conscious Port-au-Princi-
ens noted with envy the'passage of
the Pan American Boeing 707 jet.
across the sky 1pm Friday at 600
miles per hour on its way to the
DohineSfn republic to open the jet
service to .iew Ybrk.
.Nineteeh American tourists and
five' fHaitians" tok the' PAA flight
43 .tb'Ciudad TIjillio tb' and 'a
hiaf hourss -l aer' ht''aftet a attiree
hodr t top-6ver i: D the D.R. made
thethr6el'Khe a a half-'hour jet flight
to'N .York: '
'AroMTl' iftor and his American
wife 'Aianine' ;eIpre red and jetteed
to'"NeW "rk F.rtay afternoon.
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can countries '
Facio called 't
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failed afiteh ifdco bitterly 6ppdsed a "d, .t i
the 1i. ia

The problem of disarmament is to fi6y th, u ,.
be takW up' again at the 11th Pdn idL.-,' '
Amertih'oonterence t' be'"held in ',.
Quitd 'nxt Felfruary. Facio, who is: 1l
rys'-diL'hcale oppose
Meanwhile, President Jorge Ales- formxt' Presidefit -I
sandrf" o 'Chile and Manuel Prado aid the atmosphi'
of Peru have -suggested separate arnianeiitha!s "no
talks intended to end the armam- ed''siiee i.i -
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Rican ambassador here, said their
proposals !should not be restricted
to the' South American countries as
some o'ffcial806 -m to biggest.

"The peoples of Central America
and thetIe'4srte ared epeBishi in
the ssaked'6 homle crisis s as the bot
er Ii '4iita'tecan republic .IiA
therefhr r$ilkr 'the samntireitibd!
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a sweeping disarmament program
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iriii ieutioiiiiis reportii* ol the C*ibriahi,;Min* f Bsenberf CiP-Haitinh
'i~o iated Press finds calling a Haitian "voilier" along the Mont- ait live .toc
o jjust whiit tIhe editor aboldd have.ordered. en. .
S-'-, i* . -, r Uin .'- .,--.t g a. A donkey
Lenbrgb who was for eight years-editor of the-Caracas Journal en Haniishi
S s travelled extensively since joining the AP- staff this sey bulls a
aJ id Lald l wuirin-e of te ime- giant raIhb
:,e gti-i.m.W.,nar; l Si l -is r Pmugoslav, 6nithe i
*':- ., t .. .~~~ 'trucks.
M.ai. several other languages Mr Bosenberg visited Hati briefly All Po
back to M iori atr ovring teDominican Republi. He ta Slaghl
Fliat ,fe magazine and CBS teams also covering the. Dominican ended the
--witd se .p .of DJ rei pre- .c migation;
S. Services an
were on ha
J -T CONNECrT HEADS O r'wo Cveteriareia
SS .MEE partmentb
A. .WITH iHAIt r ciis t iBdei who built .a said that;,
: ..-. a -... hospital in the Peruvian jungles to perience i
tie n ,b-eeri r
Ii4 awva l.tPe wiP aja treaty. the.-Indians came to'Hait"Fri- porta."on "
n I nI Relfic &teninhip day aynd wet Dr. Larimer Mellon higsbeeri r
---- wi Haiti- -- i l--iut a.SnmUar hospital, in the condition.
din Haiti b, f Abnit. Valley. haim aid .
P 'A'Steaship Agen,- the -otb toetors had nor known of the ,PRO
ej lg- ng tP iitence, of -the other ,up .until re- uy ave
i.n -Ppmbay-ad.e;al- centLv and both had named their the 'Hitiai
a't B. agg- .. stas afted the fanious Dr A- same plan"
Sert Schweizer: With a
iBder o A ce- origin spent Schedule,
.e.ajm n"ti two W days:Ihee .enrwdte home from atmi and
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MET 0.DiT D fCt '-+.. 50,0oibi
SCHOOL EXPANSION PROGRAM

The Methodist Church in Haitis isa who svit 't ss mer
spending over $50,000 on a school will be rector of the new methodist
expansion program i& Port-ag-Prin- school whed it opens .4nxt october.
ce which will .give the capital one Jean Louis Loutan inspector of
of the most modern..and elaborate schools in Geneva is coming to-Port
laboratory' in the country for stud- au-Prince this month at. his own ex-
ents of chemistry and physics. pense to. confer with Rev.- Pastor
An additional floor is. being added MacConnel about a position on the
to the old building next to the Church teaching stpff. .
on Rue de la Revolution which will ; Pastor MacConnel head of the Me-
make the three storey school an im- thodist church in Haiti has moved
.posing edifice. .his family to residence at the en-
The Rev. Bastor -Paul, Decorvet, trane o .the JLye Estate in.e, pt
head. of: the Maths DeDartment of as the future school was once their
the International College of Gene- home.
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UN S- ARATR BY. A FOR

by our Northern Reporter
n, (Thursday, December Farm wheri all adjustments, even
dar was a big day for food, had been previously nade for
id ifs irdIject to improve the quaudrupeil boardersrs. A' ni6b
iii the NdrthU -A- C-6' of eaant chet~ ed at the arrvivl
S4a71 V; of ASA (Aero- ot- the a imal;, whieb wip contrib-
uericana) laided it the ute to the restoration of Haiti's live
airfield wit-, ai i pbrt-. stock. .
;k's cargo ftbni the Stat- Other d liveriesare t&. follow :vn
the near-tirA.:. "
station, -five gi~ts, efie-
ire pigs, six yong.er- '- ...
rid seven heifers, thirty
its 'eke pored.od ... .
ilane into three 'Had's .. -

Cole's staff, surrounding
er and Major Bazie; t- "
teiveiry, offiials O -Im--
Customs and anitaio -' -
d a gi&at dial cn-ns.
and. Dr iElysee Eustache,
i of the Agricilture Dec
was very ative aiid he j
accoring to li glong:e- -
t's the iit fitk 't\ii is-
R ahimiis toouir country *
eilized in such a' perfect
Mrs a Zitler, W. Gra-
K. Kohlie from thi T-EI-
JECT. iie:,-tlch gra cih l-
the stck to Pte Cole. for -: .
'people,.tiavelled on the
e for constantt-control. .
delay of an hour on the -
the. C-46arrived at:.l 11:10-
formalities..were rapidly
by officials..,Among :,Ca-
wl.ait the airport, _ld -
botelmen of Capl-Hhile, ; .
ners of the North. Agrono-
aiaiU oi Pole Cole -acted
SophrA demed,'.mp!
lately after -the delivery,
ra caied to Grand'Pre' a Xii

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.THREE H-yiAITi.N -
DOCTORS
APPOINTED TO
STAFF -d '
SCHWEITZEII-.
bsiiTAL .
Three Haitian doctors, graduate
6t'the Port-au-Prince medical ical-
ty Who y.e; done. pdst..graduae
studies in the Unit Stat.
received- appointment the Sciheit-
zer Hospital in the Artibonite Vall-
e.
They are Drs Pjerre Sterlin, gen-
eral medicine, Gerard Frederique
eye-specialist recently returned
from. to year. in th. States and
Pierre Rousseau abesthpsiqlogist.
Dr Defen Venn a Sl African
4as been appointed medical direct-
or of the hospital.


MICHEL SID.CHIEF
FRANCOIS MOVES TO
TECHNICAL COUNCIL
Michel C. Auguste was Installed
this week -as the new director of
SID, Service of Information and Do-
cumentation, replacing Andre- G.
Francois promoted to head the
Grand ConseiL Technique.


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eLeather Maker hie iks

; Haitian Sharks

I s had'been naligned as mar- sandpaper-like hide: .When properly Corporation in New Jersey,
&& of ~ the~depith arid-man's in- processed the hide divests itself of Sea Leather President Moresi and
Enemy -until the coming-its armoured sheath of shagreen, Frances came to Port from Isla de
Moresi.and his lovely daugh- and then emerges a flexible and Margarita off the coast of Venezue-
ces,. remarkable imprevious leather, av- la and talked shop with Pierre Hu-
WSfl.fin-counti.g Caribbean tour, ailable in.. many beautiful, natural dicourt and Guy Cleiie of "Fruits
b{M toresi's stopped off-at te 01- grains and surfaces dependent-upon des Mers" regarding the shark si-
et *i w 'ie :d checked on the species. tuation.
i. ,. This leather from the sea, alth-
-'Ai-i*rsi-,ti'.of ough it has.its' sourcein.romantic Fortunately for tourism and sea-
,:'ai.'ia i .i st" places (around the'beaches of oth- lovers Sharks.are seldom seen ar-
Uid'lBs kut-. er Caribbean islands not Haiti) is ound this section of the island and
p [^buon$I o ig eroi an American leather produced by have never been recorded as stret-
agias' ,Papa Moresi in his Ocean Leather ching their leather on a swimmer.


ew BtAmbassador Due Early
[r Gerard, Thomas Carley Smith pee ed to arrive from England dur' manuel iC
.G. the.new .ritish.Ambassador ing the early part of 1960 to take led in 193
W,,replacingriMr Sydney Sim- up:his duties here. one son,
&ia.ho departed last month aft- Mr Smith was born July 30; 1909. Appoint
iS Iservice hlee,. is ex- Educated at Boltop School and Em- sul 'at P
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in the F
er 11,.19-
Aprii 19,
in 1941
.New Yor
ed to be
on his a
Attache
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;a Foreign
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Kingdom
Nations I
1, 1949. 1
-1952. Tra
1952, and
1954.


In 1960
college, Cambridge. Marr-
T, Joan Haggard. Children,
three daughters..
ed.a Probationer Vice-Con-
aris, November 30, 1931.
ice-Consul at Oran from
to Nov .1, 1933. Appointed
uy at Detroit, Dec. 22, '33;
onsul there in '34. Acting
ul at La Paz frdm May 15,
ed as Charge d'Affaires in
1936. Appointed Vice-Con-
, March 21, 1936. Employed
foreignn Office from March
. Appointed Vi.ee-Consul,
1938, and transferred to
[arch 27, 1939.'Acting Con-
ral there in 1939. Employed
foreign Office from Septemb-
10. Transferred to St. Louis,
i 1941. Acting" Consul there
and 1942. Transferred to
-k, March 10, 1943. Promot-
e 1st Secretary. and Consul
Lppointient to be Labour
to the Embassy in Bruss-
'h 31, 1945. Promoted to.be
rn Service Officer, Grade
transferred to the United
Delegation -to the. United
Organisation at New York,
Made a C.M.C., January 1,
nsferrqd to Paris, April 16,
I to Madrid,. November 15,'


PRESIDENT TRUJILLO
MARRIED IN D. 1R.
H., E. President General Hector
Bienyenido Trujillo united,bis dest-
ine with Mile Alma Mc. Laughlih
Simo at a grandiose ceremony in
Ciudad. Trujillo yesterday. The new
first lady is the-daughter of a forrn-
er United, States Mrnne who rem-
ained in:the D.R. after ithe occupa-.
tion ended. '. -

ST. MICHEL
SCHOOL OPENS
SA school founded by Mayor Wilson
Menard was opened at St-Michel de
V'Attalaye last week.

CHARLES HILTON
DIES
Charles Hilton of Petionvile pass-
ed away last weekend. He was buri-
ed Monday afternoon.

JIM TI FRE ARTES
POTERIE OPEN
EXPOSITION Dec. 19
Lates Jn-Georges and Jean Petit-
Frere have sent out invitations to
their ceramic exposition td be held
at the Nicolas Lovinski local on the
corner of Rues des Cesars .and Dr.
Aubry for 6pm December 19.
The "Jean et Lates" exhibit will
remain open to the public up till
December 30.
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..:., HAITI SUN
I1E HArIIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
EITOR-PUBLISHER BERNARD DIEDERICH
..u.a.t-Responsable MAUCLAIR LABISSIERE
I.lEMBER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN.
:.;... ESTABLISHED IN 1950


:,UA M SHOVED OFF TOURIST PATH BY JETS
;AND CUTTING OF NEW YORK FLIGHTS


ia bs been shoved 'off the Touristpatih by the coming
?. a,_e.aAnd the reduction of direct lights from New
k0rdi to tourist in.tere.ts he, Haiti has been
Itnhe "'milk run" lacking 'an express service from
a t important tourist ibreeding- grounds in the world.
.ak of facitties there for 'Jets plus Pan 'American's
g Tf direct flights from New York to. 'a single Satur-
ilj aoxnajio calaly kills the $1'36 excursion fare for
trip~,~t afiti from New York, they explain.
^:fiftel.keeper or Tour 'Agent in town this week could
i dplay a flood olf coreaspondenice that indicaJted
dloser--to.the U.S. tian IHaiti a fair as American
agenciess are concerned.

S'sew,' Yorker, -wi'shig Ito visit Haiti today must fly
gi tto 'Prt-nu-Prmice via Mialni, San Juan or Jet to
t 'rn j'llb atnd over-night.
ie: irqet flight scheduling may be ironed out during
LesLof ifiis uPdmig '"ree6rd" Winter Tourist seamp
e:imajor. anig ghnlare for the industry is the question
,o N:sszs a.n .b0scdlete 'airport.
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on a new jet airport does not commence next
i fhy the- ed.ed of 1960 [Haiti many possibly ibe.left 'without
irvice as the-airlines move rapidly to convert their ea t-
'feetts 'Jets. -
Tree d ea half Mtiillion dollars in the bands of competent
nd- eput le airfield builders could ensure 'Haiti Jet fajcii-
iewithin a year.
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,.B '. OMBARDOPOLIS ROAD

,- Pere Laroche. a .ieatly-ror


"bed Canadian ..who has 'been
in Haiti' since 19 48 is the
Cure--df Bombardopolis, a
dseepy lit e town on a five
thousand feet 'high plateau
on the Nortrlwest corner of
Haiti.


Bombard, as the locals
calll Itheir town,. was pretty
mulch of a forgotten and iso-
lated community untii the
energetic da pper Oanadian
ePriest with a took of an'd x-
eeotrive and a flare for road
bildiflg arrived.
Pee Laroche IIt was Pere Laroche mwhb
t i' e winding toturou trail rom Mole St. icolas to Bom-








t,.wlth e Noula. -
i 1'"hape and continues a to heainti it with his road


hoa usanjs of german.- settlers who farmed this area
.'lloniae times constructed a ord -to join Bombng ur








I ^ ..de.,,lja ad hhe Mole iSt Ti'oas i jeep and
o~utA h there is no 'trace delf it Itoday. 'So it is safe
SPere Laodhe amed his ofarmnunity are miand.
buifi ing a road thatt will or the first time link
..witlh the South.

--baerd to Baie de Henne on the abuth coast of
INdrthwest penninsula, they 'are carving a road
tve the traveller to Bcmbardopdlis 'a long tour
Idrd Panix and the Mdle St Niodlas by jeep and
boon to the-'local farmers and marchands.

erle xrn.the Narthwest this week exsained that
te, he remaining seven kilometers of road the
j.id i"s congregation need financial 'iaasince amount-
more than a couple of hundred dollars.



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Dear Mr Diederich
En Ville
Apropos The Bare Legs And Thighs
The tourist that comes to Haiti
is impressed greatly by the land-
scape-Mountains upon mountains
setting up the infinite, justify the
creole adage "Derriere mornes gain
mnornes" indeed, "derriere mornes
gain mornes" because curiosity suc-
ceeds curiosity and sensation suc-
ceeds a greater one. And the gamut
must extend towards infinite.


The tourist that comes to Haiti
must in getting off plane or boat,
rinse. the eyes so as to see with
a new optic, if he wants to profit
froni a visit to "d'Haiti Thomas".
So, Haiti's negroes; in order to prove
Independence isn't a vain word to
them, after 'bloody and glorious
fights sustouned against Frenchmen,
will regard their visitors, without
-impertinence,, but face to Oface ip
the central part of'the eyes.

If the Blancc or blanche" tries to
intimidate. them by a'right glance,
that Blancc or blanche" deceives
oneself greatly or wastes time that:
"Tout homme c'est l'homme et .ca-
brit pas peur chien encore,"

The, Haitian is very ticklish and
loving of himself. Dressed 'a la
franchise", he feels shocked by cer-
tain attitudes. If a tourist is walking
on a street-with bared- legs and
thighs; he tells himself that "blan-
che" want to 'laugh at negroes by
going away from the country's cust-
oms., So, after a glance of curiosity
thrown onthat unusual specie, they
measure with her scornfully as to
say she should be more decent.
A Haitian Integral.'

HAITI.N WISDOM ON. -
APPROACHING CHRISTMAS
AND THE NEW YEAR


With thee coming of Christmas and
New Year, the "Maniguetteurs" and
' eigueatteuses" are in motion
hUiieagamin n the commercial quart-
ej Fa;yla-adies as fresh as "Belles
% t"'owers are walking upon
i legs'with a smile 6n their
lii, '~jig openly, to attract the at-


tention of "Messieurs". She must
get acquainted or tie a friendship,
because the period of the New Year
gifts is coming. But those "Mes-
sieurs", are "Bacoulous", they give
the impression they don't unders-
tand and go along upon their ways
without paying attention to the pro-
vocations of the beautiful--ladies.
They aren't sick, because if they're
unable to satisfy the desires of their
wiv i and children for the ending
year, it is useless, in this case, to
embarrass oneself with new loads
or responsibilities!


In this matter, "Messieurs" don't
invent any thing; follow only the
Haitian peasant 'wisdom that for-
bids one to contract new loves at
the eve of ending year; otherwise
they make fire "sans aucune re-
compense."

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O.S. CONGRESSMAN;:
HERE ON TWO DAYk
VACATION '
Representative' Thomas E. Morg-'
an, Chairman of the House Forgelg'Y
Relations Committee and his wife'
spent Tuesday to Thursday here o
vacation, ; '
The Pennsylvania Demociat. t
his Wife were entertained .to. i
at Bourdon by Ambassador and, s;Q
Drew Thursday.
His visit was described asi
formal" and part of a general
of the Caribbean.'
Representative' Morgan has: ,eeni
a member bf Congress since .944..:
Before entering politics he wasaf,:-c
medical doctor in Fredericktowhi
Penn. He received. his doctorate -'
from Wayne University. He.is "sill.''
a member of the Pennsylvania Me-;.'
diCal Society and the American.n i
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Half A Million Americ

:'. During thp past few weeks the in progress in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin .face-lifting. And,
i'-' ost popular reading matter for Islands, the British islands of An- of the island, in
many an American has been a car- tigua, Barbados and Trinidad and Cottages is school
)'aitad of gaily-colored folders pict- the French islands of Martinique er 15th inaugural
:,U1i g lush hotels, palm-fringed and Guadeloupe.
e ches and torso-twisting dancers In Ponce, a charming old world Last year 132
ai'l'. pider-the-stars nightclubs. Or city in Puerto Rico, another unit of $16,000,000 in the
t.bdated-sailfish built like Moby Dick. the Intercontinental Hotels Corpor- the average expe
':Or mouth-watering buffets bloom- atibn chain opens this winter. With ure-filled, free
~'y ig amid hibiscus blossoms. a mountain-top setting, a swimming Thomas and St. (
Caribbean time is just around the pool, cabanas, supper club, casino, elopmnents in St.
-cotner and more than a half mil- cocktail lounge, facilities for golf, John, site of the
-.:lipn Americans will heed the call sea bathing and deep sea fishing .the tional Park, are
'.&-of fun in the sun when chiliblain. 170-room Ponce Intercontinental will ricans aware th
" i eath.er grips most of-the United
g: States.
Ready to handle this annual air-
I lift is the great fleet of Clippers of
Pan American World Airways, which
.'-puts the Caribbean islands within
Seasy reach of the United States.
:' -Throughout the summer, the air-
Sline reports, nqt only well known
;.is.indp like Puerto Rico, Jamaica
'7ud ..Trinidad-but those that once
iLq-wre iere lines. on the map to
i,~~' ot Americans, biye reported 80
9 per, cent occupancy of leading
R.' 4ls. And onmany of Pan Am's
,, ,rPUtes summer traffic increased
;2'$.rl 20 to 50 per cent. -
Construction for winter tourist ex-
on also has been going on all
s esuimer in virtually every island-
:j'b tie chaig that arc southeast of
i t to thti north coast of South

: -I B alrlcts. in ..preparUqton
P t service as well. as new
re i t ae t h oioe -prepw rions. lovely Carrefour Raymond Beach near Jacmel is a
i. l the Dominip epbic the Tourist who struggles off the beaten Ton
.iqnaigurted its new airport, Punta
'Cueedo, 15. minutes from Ciudad induce visitors to linger longer on Virgin Islands thi
Trqn~ilQ Constructed at a. ost of the island's Caribbean coast: Thomas.
bilpn dollars, it can. take any At least four npw hotels are open- Opened on D
commercial jet aircraft, now in op- ing this winter in Jamaica. Locat- Croix is the Gra]
'"-:e oi as well a* on the planning ed on the beach-scalloped north co- largest on the is
S.. st, they are. the Golden Hind at largest in the Vi
-.A gs ton and -Montego .ay, Oracabessa, a picturesque banana resort covers a 75
,new runways cabalee ot port; the 200-r oi7 Marrakech, and deluxe "cottages"
j N. pg ets are already complet--Frenchmans .Cove near Port Anto- vast sea frontage
,edTer's a new terminal building nio. The latter has the sort of hide- surrounding hills.
kt$ ntego Bay and Kingstop will away setting associe~d with Daph- 200 guests.
.get anew one next, year. ne du itarier's novels. In Port An- A half hour by I
''Airjort improvements; either in tonio, a lprtty, twin-harbored town, mas is St John
._e-. enlarged passenger facilities the Titchfield Hotel, now named the Caribbean's most
=lor.longer runways -or both- are Jamaica Reef, is getting a complete -Trunk Bay- h;

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ans Caribbean-Bound Ii
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, at the other end
Montego Bay, the
ting for a Decemb-
1.

,000 tourists spent
Virgin Islands and
nditure in the treas-
port shops of' St.
Croix was $59. Dev-
Croix and in St.
Virgin Islands Na-
making more Ame-
ere's more to the


fitting reward for
rist track.


in picturesque St.

Decemberr 1 in St.
petree Bay Hotel,,
island and second
rgin Islands. The
0-acre estate with
strung along a
and' up into the
Total capacity is

boat from St Tho-
where one of the
beautiful beaches
is just been ac-


quired by the National Park. Here
are changing rooms, towel rental,
and restaurant service on a covered
terrace offering a spectacular view.
Those who want to spend a week
had best reserve early. Accomoda-
tions are limited to several cottage
facilities or the Rockefeller-sponsor-
ed Caneel Bay Plantation which ac-
commodates 150 guests with the re-
cent. acquisition of the Turtle Bay
estate. A deluxe resort, it has seven
beaches.


South of the Virgin Islands facilit-
ies are expanding in pastoral Anti-
gua, the off-beat French islands of
Martinique and Guadeloupe and in
the close-clustered, British trio -
Barbados, Trinidad and Tbbago.
Antigua has boosted its hotel beds
from 292 to 400 and a new hotel -
the Long Bay- with a unique sett-
ing between cove and beach opens
before Christmas. The island'si'wind-'
ing, cane-cart roads are being paved
- to the extent of$141,000 (US. cy).
Leading hotels in Martinique and
Guadeloupe are expanding their fa-
cilities while Barbados will greet
winter visitors with four new hotels,
increased chartered vessels for deep
sea fishing, free port shopping and
V


more nightlife entertq
accommodations now :
Trinidad and nearby
ready have welcomed
elers this year. Desp
arity costs here .asg
the Caribbean have nSi
inclusive Caribbean54
ion costs average froi
pbr person a day,
island and degree .
These figures. eoi
meals, sightseeipgi
Extra eums for
be on every, bu4get-L
ing spot In all th i
Dutch Curaeao nt-
this repqtaQorn. It.
ready .bliging yWithl
ury goods which
ain prices due d he
gible impart dutiesai'.'
-Wherb .is ,IaitiM'j
the Tourist dollar?'':%.
Trailing sadly -bphtfll
the lack of Jet. faiit

If a Jet airport ''s
in-the New Year Iati
catch up and stay on,.i
tourist path. If it isi
will e catastrophic '&or'
of this island.-


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T 0' 1 N VE SJ I G.A T E I N-V E S T M: E N T P R 0 j 1fC T S H B RE
'by Foituheb 111%IT th" ,y
iidefiy the lulgUE(ge e coun -a
He 6xjbct to, pos bur,.visitors, an4 &lled koAffit
'P,
and who Is gene succeb4 in m. good TO compos, exper2
$ , wm- 441
suffi&itfik acqualfibM, wAh i &
busin- impressio who c
ess nerid ---so that h 6be A, parti
in go en receptions zind es. come e pM who
in a bdsiiiof1 id asvbr honestlr fd d4 jnd, Wci inust eiis -Ivk 'bi
fbi6bl. tiird 6. wkiA
and intelligently ihe` quesitobs t:hey i6 J i S. i 6 sh a hdA -, k 'npo ti
In6y ask h in., We say h IdM j -N jh MgAlj' qu an
one or iew gn wi gu6ts.
re , re Aa
e ihf6rmAt- The jh tj
nmny p op e give e success of e negocia ons will 6d ard M id h' --4
lq!7 ofty 6e'- tIsb th' depb
ca ., ey hate to SaYt. on 60 kno, how, ov tad..&, An
do hot- kh6vv )1141117 at-! 6r. e 6tlk
Durih o4.trAv6i9,' we ofteti rne'ei 60 WW* of the f6iein` 6r. rth the q e *Oee not,
ji6Q0e 'vhb are I king manag o ow in derm-
ihid the os- we si -' Iii i won r-eJ-6&U wi.
sibififik of irisdiig hLbrJad. in bid- ful time, now! it ds importantibr, us wtiA6 6 tifne.
4-
we vhz.it ir Ck
dltidA id 'the kn A hira t'i A 14 f(i
f4brTA6ii M0 t6 6w v es, kii04 is
lffiiffiono, 4h s6 6uiA h6, ziUA often, 4ftens 41
t TP. e 'mqst creiVre kn H
re n ro that nggoeiations h e sciences Jp, a ., er tD-be
ds',and, tD bear AAt o e pra
je n uces etiolate and fall 6 elihi;f=teA em..
ih
'fic fid 'in .6
i r ino a Ae4d- ook;, I partes be-,, Misse. qq,
ab ifich itiesd6ft 6f ,c les:pxi q;*8to to
"qmo_, ;,,and a 'renRe q
M mm 11 Pul
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eb we, pox. Za our:., iq 9.
0, M.. about t4e
re' hil but !ertabq,,,,,
djj IRS oran,
A -' dfit of olir j'6k 6i
Pk6jects. h J' uM,1,q""- a ffiM q accoi expenelic
b '1JV1hqn,. su-6
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Ppens satiaw Irily, g
Ong .9" el L'' 1""--
shoul 140 ifttdte." In sucu we. hasten' 41 on 4, argp-.,!ale
"v uslpess-
AwL6r-if WeAnno&vj, cd& a I the, iiillure.df er the -.091 jwtion of e
...... fi" of .bdl atrtv. "ds in, M5.
cia ons' tb L%&
ic-4 Aor4n ati, a ij)ititne the flrm;
in ,w.e decide t4
io t III e n t 1u*e,.,o.qr-qD Wa 2v
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e. M. i qq an. Sine- to -igners",
P"ggaft all s -me -Y
urMg dur M %dh4 an aWr6pAht d' m. ti s
fo-Atract eign capw 1e c9urse rronepQ*, and o' UPM ingshac Xmtx 'W"
the one, we ue cdfistiLfitly jd&nd
ypei, -4,.Athe bcKmtry,, becausqwe *1 then -ve Woja ggesj- ms'teq -a c4v4ns Inate of inseaurity vorable t
tar tjA. Elb Ahlk #hd. to ihiiMise' 6tir t6iliq9t
haVe something' Cbficf6te le
the,. should 'try toget in tbu6 afid to a" ,-,iq qj our ?4r,pu 1 While in'
s a Iffi-164" hi-Afito =hdt, We triifioos c6fiersafions- w4 f9i;igner 9f.tiots, Pillaggs, ejq;,,tbe cla
tablish regular contacts, withbus-. _wh6& fauii ft
94' es sueddssftilly.de'Ve -our ag!- -1o' deter-Dill' i ls t e or" er were. cked-up lkw',
mess or aniza ong Abidd&,, t if
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tatural 1eou .'and the c'ourage thei-V ref6seriiat.hves to ViL
dt&ces ong l4i-ge scOle, eqs,. -,o. CoiNiLti -A oq iniuch ofa c the'
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fore ogiezil t, L I 11MV cencert. busivesimen who are
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project jj,tt poiisible forelg i i I is,
ant' and res int n te*,W
the' distra6doi ho. inter ocutor. heirJ.el ,,_there
fin- in:. our 19 ns
Jhly ht'gtand, I i,
ouly, A visi Haiti *A the- i e, ? nqt,".expect we L=elV
to why should avail 01
the; we canoffe'r. 'Ihe business man too W t veryone,
ibe', o -,,investihg" be the object: of our Iji 'A ts-their; expen -npe, their 6ow=
have e so of Mnd thd permi
L-My adv.Oitajo th4jW4 extend to. is s6nsitiV6, to the charms -must hol*-,- -th andAlIdir-ability.1! W.
general ollicitudes. W6 -F,... AM; I I fi" U trai -,business man wi
ew indust- beauties. of our nil -b4t a we
yer cu evertake neessary precau ons long' experi t ak DE
ence success I IJABLY BEI
these con- special] to ob infomat I I I '. om.,,e,..a% '. I -
fy the eeimtW; Fr,yn y, wants nc)t -to be lured by'roarMous pro CAN' STILL CATC14 UPIAF,
aws our import; o m any venture Ji undertakes.
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ia>roc) deed It is special ought not to sounds.-In Creole, .or instance, the .i'...." "he -dibii
owctai n s n a "sienfti i be, buht is rage rangers trom learning dierence betweenn "oh"' nd nasal- a l
ahis snoa to speak common sarle one tor both) o Haiti's languages, ized "oh" is enormous in determin- W
an attempt to speak common sense on
a yut Haidti's lngaag People who Language is the system of comni'u- jng meaning. But sinre we dops'' b- .
ae to Haitis to work or ieare caiLa on e of a society. There is no make use of nasal sounds in En s- kus t
come to lHari to work or bc ue a vince ias to set words apart we.ban bard. lneau
often surprised, then baffled, and more e~oive way. t o o set pr n othel
finally discouraged by the act that people ot one's sincere desire to ly ear the difference .IneJeel Et I e
thl little counuo, has more than nb communicate with them, and so to first Yet to speaka Ilausage pass- en
tJamge Ursually they mre told to understand them, than by learning ably well, one must learn ils repe. os b f
leam renh. s the y offal language. their language or languages, tory bt sounds pretty exa.tly. Theae tlg t s .Tbit-ohe-
leam French the official language- ng or an et ndividu Me t ant her.i t
Rarely, they are advised to tearo are never many os Oindividual
reole, wih eeod be called te Learning a new language is difi- sounds min any single.-tongue. In note a-t f el t er"'
nretionle, whih nou be cauleit is cult. No matter what language it is, Creole. there are about 33; some dog bit'i a i and.e
spoken in some s r by all is tians it has subtleies and nuances that languagesgeet along on balf.that, a bi te.iee mp l et
pon somermbyon find, however that are ns hard to assimilate. And some have more. ote the-eqi-al6ene m.t^ .. e't
many maids, houseboys, ta dna long before one even gets to learn- In addition to Lth sounds them dog lt ~tl e stqd- a'.a The ?;a
era, storekeepers, and practcally tg any subtlenes, there is peity selves, every language groups the waJ:.bt rfwo tIe .ogi short ,
all professional people speak Engl. ot hard work and sweaC A few sounds together to form things which there p-e:-a l~s1 sor.'4hi w alds
lab, and oles tends to discourage words here on what a language rcan be called words 'The pioifesl on. i, wno are naude to convey mean.
-iemkioer to learn one. 4: But, ..zo .
them from learninga new language. oo make t easier to learn one. aJl inguist rught take esceplmon' to l ng:.fe, ani. hng. if .d
pa spe trs are aree- but it rm.v help pin d9-n what some uie- use of "word" here; but it iwi'l iPn irs .e.1huLge -meahnig-ruls..
anbly shrpngsed to find how many o the dffcues are. do for present purposes, eten thought for.'the p 0sitioni o the words in
ably surprised to Bnd how many A n dd' realize or
Haitians, even rural and uneducated he Strctuire of Language it is not exac tl correct Take Lrtle clusterss of meaning.- ford sit-
Cai t-ns. speak a pen'ectcgood eombmation of letters which form--.ance,_"=phrises.-'clites.- and"s`e'nt-
Spanish spe- k another reason or Eier language has .uinds andt word wTirnen on this .page and encet; a. d rules to regulate all
not learning tither of the languages tese sounds are ala53ys prerrt pre- say it out loud, slowL..- Naturally o.a these thUngs. This is ol "course.
of lHati cise In Enlish, or i stance, the the written letter stand for a comn- not aol- here is to language. But it
difference between a -"p" and a nation of sounds. No single one w ll sere as a starter. "
Haitians them.'el.eE seem. at least '-b" Is enormous as far as meaning of these sounds equals the whole .. ,
impresriosr'itiCaly, to be quick at is conceraid But the ofiferrence in cord in meaning. IU you omit one No one-can beginto do:-very. much
lea~nig new tongues If this is makldng the two sounds is actually "of the sounds, change n too much, with a new language till he mast-
true, it may be because many Hal- quite slihlt Tr') sa-ing a few words or change itu order in the word, the ers all of the sounds; and at least,
tans have had long exposures to which are alike except for the ini- word wdil either mean nothing, or a few oi the words, as well as the
more than one language. Their coun-. ial sounds b" and "p'" ike 'p3ce" perhaps it iill mean something d' bare riudmenrt of grammar. Gen.
try is bilingual, many of them hate and "base" or "pike" and "bike"), ferent iThus boy," "bay." and eratly, one inclines to-be very easy
lived in Cuba or m Santo Dormingo, and what is meimn wall be clear '-o on. Keep in mind. though, that on one's jelf, punctuating one's En-
where their hate acquired some There are iucb hfine difference and it i- the sounds that are beng chan.- is with "buero" and "si". or
with 'ben" and "oui." and feeling'
one is making progress But. .no
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thing Americans didn't realize tilt
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a' on. tle, 'i.e'.7z e seP.aa o. ..i.n f.,. persons than. .otl.g has b said yet abo to und oke h'me gunnabee-r .
.t oner .atnl .t'. bs- th' f l the comprehensaln o a new lt ang baderstand bee "Ann s uabes
t. ,teriits p *.ib knandh-a. -'- ''.. i. . r'u- aq answer.us'f.or.ear-' inge. It's all Very well to talk ab- back." It is simpLe enough h, er t



i- t,ords r Ugth.oletie"Caat ot 'l :d'f Tsnew -ta e lo'e ini dg-gwe- ilke to.- abl, be lht tomortow." )-. on this count are that people omission of sounds is the "melody ..
trcheol.;_ at ''soefv'-a-6eint Ia guage a t Oe oe can 'peak too fal.'" No matter wnat of iJ, another is e dfference in
,:.r.i on e, n o "f i feignnguage atatcomposg the language, some people speak stress along various pas of it. For
a e pL a in it- lik-e theinkingt- td a mn such gs statements the orst is OVr..it faster, some less distinctly, than most English dialects, the "melod
C. c.)ourse al~ .-1aei ,i g "' o" tand-p "Hell" Go.. dbye,"- But ge ting that far- is 'adainheddY others. But if they can be under- is qte lat unu l the word "right," -
rall to. Et.i .. ig e andsh in Enmglss can dIfficeo t. Whcontro na new hat moeaunt by their fellow spea kers, he' when i rises sharply; then it usual- :
Sa T. s e Im.lln lhat n llds oftel they don't appear. ne w plae. usually t notr spealng too fast for each ly falls abruptly on the word ba .
'iFe likg.that, 14nd often'thy. y'don:t appeals. One ma' study and pract- other. 11 one takes the English sent- The streses a- usually on "I'm's-'
," ad.. tey. :an't really speak En- ice just ast b ni ut itay e I ne es Enhsh sent- The streases are usually on "I'm,
-min,- t" oan"lt reoL f.a- R as ip au -t.are sthi dingt ma seem ence "I am going to be right back."
c ~44rir.s-your otrotf I ti i as if.things-oare adin "norma.l3 ," ittis likely (Cootiuned en page)- .1.) '
'r e 'L7sin. a lv4 lasng .ge.i nort:very much better, aren't really. It. is just that the," i i
over om i ven you sen' spelling the -language,-mind is storing up informahon for
lang je wlhit hb tei he ,eitet.o:But it's..sonire to relaxiat the'.next jump the jump into real
rin q learne:T u Latinis .the that point a.~ pretend ode is say- conversaoon, arcom panied oby
..ur of mosf irit.es tg orean'mbre thgeac y thought in the Fe-nguage One SHER'S ART & CURIO SHOP
i. m Frr-c-h .vats : oc.' e.;i~j stc .-..at nd'sll le4Irnirjg right there.) ealne comersation can begmn, how-
.- wrtonIho' g .t ha we nv e: Th next .tage, the hardest, is ever. thought the new language Re du Qai
q I. -:.n the iregilajities- In ..ur l-earninE to express simple needs in begins almost automatically. One is
'." uae T or a jgc language. 'ap ..l .eat,. ng to 'uting tb ther a. eply. or a new' SOLE REPRESENTATIVE OF
SL.- i-'-cullat. .in-are-iaa'e$AT i. are. the.bne,,3t0 J need saon, wi listenting to hata an- I EA
.unce in.bur aL6uni 0r"'t frequently: "C'ecie, please set me other person isa y. i GUERLAIN'S BEAUTY PRODUCTS
b t,e p. ,z'p L table;" "We hae no more whiskey process thar hones and poshea yo
Si ,d ,i emsn tl. in'~We.th' a.vp no piore e whi ske command f' nes and ahe I. HAITI is proud to announce the arrival of Irs. Claire &ZANTO,
E n ms-na L u in1the1'hd..-" ;When wil iou be one's comimund of Ita new lanuae.
rreiu- o iarl ties .. rl ages coming back" and the like. These Afher Lnr Iund of thinking has real- Specialist of GLUERLAIN P.ARIS.
S -er' bard, w course- But simple statements can he powerful lay taken hold, it is a matter of --
"ih enough l siij prgtire aLdditions to one's control of a fan- personal judgement h.w much firth- Mrs santo speaking Orentlly Enghsh is at your disposal
u-t' niewt brrcom fdur guage, parlcularil if th-. do four erone may go in the new tongura and la
t oI ,d eacidai y: guage things- urme of us cannot rest toll %e e3n
le5" rne1- 'a e r aifng .n ,,, .. recite foreign p~ts perfectly, oLh. 9 b.a.m, to 1 k.a.m. 1:0 h.p.m to Sb.p.m.
i;runr;,,' that much easier .. I include phrain )ou a-ill use ere see languages purely) as to old.
Ir nl,' not lhe true for everyone, over and over, thus providing and are as ready to toss them as- or special appointment
hul, gi-nerally speaking,.peoqle seem some steady practice. Ide as to pick them up. The imporn-
Slau I:-rn ianguages I :j 'psp '2. include new vocabulary, 'epe anr thing -and more of this later- at FISHER'S ART & OUTUIO SHOP
Dther things) in f issttrts. Oe 0ie .cianJiF" 'ponouns;- nouns and is what, exactly, one wants to know
-learnr at tui'st a-.ew- hpaes or ver.. another language or. Which anguaue du Q o C omshoe .
gr.c-r.i-, and sifce they get used 3. mclude verb phrases in differ- ge one larns, and how well oneultatis ae
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f '-ight," and "back," lightest of the
r!^ *;l1A being on "I'm." Such melodies
M.id' stress patterns occuy in all or
,'.: rie.rly all languages, and they are
r : lntterned, like everything else. Lear-
'lahg them is hard. Naturally, to
Speak a new language without any
.f'adcent," we need to be able to
d- plicate these patterns, too, but it
,"- :.terribly hard to do. The main
iftohn for trying to learn them is
9A:Mit so as to -be able to speak with
l - in, bat to understand better what
flet .ft ,a Before we have some grasp
d-1 ''iie international ("melodic") and
s;: stress patterns, we have trouble se-
krtting ont' the series of sounds,
w-vhich are grouped into words, which
S re grouped into larger units, which
S make language. So what is to be
'- ioB? ONe very useful practice is
.-' sit down with a native speaker
S.t::r'tthe language being learned, and
*,rite down v hat one thinks one
Shears as the native speaker speaks
Sj'dlowly but otherwise normally. (In
.t'e ee case of Creole, by the way, this
,:Winay seem impossible. As a matter
f c,'^ at, the~e is ii perfectly good
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begins to attach particular written
signs to particular sounds; and the
signs, grouped together to form
written words, are a valuable key
to more learning. Naturally, it's al-
so very valuable to repeat what one
hears. Strangely, when one says a
word correctly, one can usually un-
derstand better thereafter when it
is said by someone else.
This raises another related point,
though. Some of us are Very brash
about speaking a foreign tongue,
others very shy. Again, some of us
are very Perfeetionistic about learn-
ing d foreign language, while others
are mostly interested in being just
able to communicate. One can't ver-
y well change one's personality to
learn a language. fiut this much is
certain: one can't speak in a ,new
language unless one beg~is speiik-
Ing. Remember that your hosts nedr-
ly everywhere will applaud your ef-
forts.to learn their languages. And
rif one didn't make mistakes, he
would be very remarkable indeed.
Those of us who believe that they
must know how to speak hlawlessly
before trying to speak' are caught
in a self-defeating trap. What .if
babies decided not to try to walk
until they knew how to walk per-


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fectly? And while none of us re-
members our struggles to learn to
walk, we know hqw hard it is for
the toddlers, how they struggle and
take pratfalls, bow angry they get
- and how they are loved for not
giving up, Again, keep in mind that
making the correct sounds is one
of the best ways to learn to under-
stand them when others say them.
It is a mysterious process but it
is true. Here is an example frotn
Spanish. The phrase most common-
ly used for "If you please" is 'Si
me hace el favor." Spoken precise-
ly, it sounds rather like "See may
ah-say el fah-vor," But a Spanish
speaker doesn't usually say it like
that. He says something like: "See-
may ah-sayl fah-vor." If one wishes
to learn that phrase, both to say
and to understand, one first learns
it the "long" way. Then one says

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no stumbling. One asks Spanish- of the la
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the company to export even to the
United States. The company beli-
eves it has an export market'for
processed meats in the Caribbean
as far south as Surinam.

With seventy acreg of grazing
land adjoining the plant and ending
the practise of driving cattle over
hundreds of miles of hot dusty
roads by the introduction of cattle
trucks, the company will market a
superior beef to that which is being
sold today.

Workers'at the La Saline and Pe-
tionville slaughterhouses will get
preferential employemerit at the
new meat-packing plant.
The company has indicated that
the new plant will be a show place,
not of the quality of the Chicago
stock yards or La Saline, but a


Record Coffee Crop...
(Continued from page 1)
tons, an increase of five thousand
tons over last year because of a
better rain fali. 6,600 tons of this
goes to fill the United States quota
and 35,000 tons is consumed on the
local market. The surplus is sold
on the world market. Grinding at
Hasco is expect to commence Jan-
uary 8th. Haiti's second refinery at
Aux Cayes in South Haiti has fore-
cast their output this year as 12,000
tons, an increase of five thousand
tons over last year.

A two million dollar bond issue
by the government to pay its oblig-
ations to Haitian firms incurred ov-
er the past eight ,ears has been
generally lauded here in business
circles as good medicine for trading
which had fallen off during the past
.ear. Ratified by congress during
its special session the bond issue
is not to exceed two million dollars
with each bond valued at $20 fully
negotiable bearing interest of 5 per
cent per annum, payable semi-an-
nually at the National Bank of Haiti.


, DEC. 13TH, 1959


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The new Meat-packing plant at Danme:;s will Pm: an end to the 56 year
old La Saline slaughter-house.


comparatively odorless place the ul-
timate in sanitation.
Equipped with their own diesel
power plant and a reservoir of 125,
000 gallons of water from their 254
feet deep well the plant is built
on an assembly line basis.
Beef and smaller animals such
as pigs, sheep and goats are com-
pletely separate. They have differ-
ent entrances, killing pens, skiing,
chilling and freezer quarters.

Half of the building has a below
zero temperature. The entire place
is insulated with cork. One freezer
room can hang 50,000 pounds of
meat.

This week the company began
purchasing beef on the hoof in the


Aux Cayes region for. transportation
to Port-au-Prince and fattening on
their grazing land.
Although hundreds of small busi-
ness people who purchased the left
overs from the ,a Saline slaughter-
house will have to find some new
means of existence the new plant
is expected to give Haiti first class
hams, bologne, sausauges, frank-
furters and other processed meats
which they preyiousl.y ld to im-
port. The new plant yill also kill
the flourishing "afiba"r dried tripe
of cattle, industry on the water-
front *id the poor cowboy who
wal;cd the beef to Port for a mere-
pittan::-. Sometimes alter a week
on the road the cow-herder could
not e\cn afford the price of a ca-
mion fare home to the provinces.


OaIWWAU KT
DIPFFUBRNT




SANS CHAMBRE


M T".T lTI4 AT -- TROPICAL GAS CO., INC.-RUe AVaE .P-AU-P
lA DEALER 'IN THE ,k i , g AX 2 -ow.-&3.


Le aofi atmiibiSo do Is b2an
roulement done une traction o M
security suppl6mentaires. Un ii
'ispositif de silence .rkduit I.
rents bruits d6sagrbables de pn
tandis que la construction 16gre
uper-Cushion Sans Chambre ohd
jermt d'absorber les cahots do 19
route. Vous aurez moins de pnese A
|lat, et moins ddelais parcel que le
Construction Grip-Seal exclusive d
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-I IERRE CAUGHT IN ACT GETS 6 BULLETS people that thesefine animals bel-
PIER E onged to him. At a small fee he
S(Continued from page 1) hired them out for stud duties. Foll-
s in jeopardy. With the last bull- ains of Ti Pierre a man from a owing the death of Guilbaud at the
from the watchman's second' six- neighboring garage summed up the hands of plane kidnapper Ti Pierre
lot&r lodged in his temple Ti dead man -"cete ou neg enrage". played the Police inspection garage
rre.made a dash for'it. He ended He once.held a job with Pan Ame- volunteering his service to auto
a pool of blood on the pavement ridan World Airways as a linesman, owner who could not quite make the
eie several weeks previously he His employment ended when -his grade of fitness. His speciality were
i.set a. his own.little mobile au- weakness for stealing because ap- "bogotas".


K o aile repair shop. parent. He liked to consider him-
: self the secretairee" of the famous
.; :While personal from the Army P. 51 pilot the late "Cowboy" Guil-
tuLssport garage and airforce men baud: He wguld love to take Guil-
^.kered.aroLud the crumpled rei-, baud's dogs for a walk and impress


MODEL OF CHAPEL FOR
WILLY LAMOTHE'S VILLAGE


T: l'The model of the Chapel of Willy Lamothe's Village at Delmas. The
'iject of Haitian ai-chitect Camille Tesserot the chapel is an another
Addition to make the clean little suburban village self contained.
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Pierre indigent inconnu adulte".


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ORCHID SOCIETY HERE OFFICIAL
AFFILLIATED WITH AMERICAN!:


Wednesday evening, Dec. 10th
Orchid Society of Haiti met at"
Pacot residence of Mr and Mrs T
McKinley with an attendance
twenty-three members and guess
After the regular business of the
city the Secretary Mrs R. L. W
ters read two important commu
cations from the American Orc
Society Inc. one of which announce
officially the affilliation of the


SMOTEL

Petionville


featuring
The Smart Saturday Night Club.
LA RONDE

The El Rancho Duroseau
Orchestra
And always superb cuisine
THOSE WHO APPRECIATE
THE BEST DINE
AT EL RANCHO HOTEL


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SBUILDS THE WORLDS MOST BETfTPT

flPROPORTIONED CARS


THE NEV-StZ 2


CAS/EST CA7R IN THE r7i_^


A -, -d.


- Those present wi
Geo: Wakefield, Mr
Winters,-Mr andr
and Mrs Bert.: ReP
Moore, Mr Ionde
Geo Sallings, .-Mirs
Mr and Nrs:Jay.-i
Mrs Tom McKinley,
tham, Mr andM
Mr and Mrs Hora'ee.a
Todd.


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the chid Society of Haiti'wit
the rican Orchid Society .a
'om ership is world-wide: hi
of great deal to the memln
sts. new Society because'itt.:
So- members of a greatAj
Vin- family who will find a.'p;
mi- wherever they may-gbP
hid world. There is no clpt
ced among men then that .'
Or- thusiasts. w
One letter which we?;
here was received ;wit
enthusiasm, as it was.''
the President-foun edir'.
ty:
December 3, 1959'
,Mr Horace Ashton. .
Box No. 133
Port-au-Prince, Haitit' 'I
Dear Mr Ashton:
It is my great .pl~aured
you that in accordance 4
visions of the By-Lawsolfi
ican Orchid Society, Inc:
of your election to 4w
of the Orchid Society.i
affiliated society, youi!it
pledged an Honoyriry Vied
of the American -Ordl
Inc. In behalf 'of the 5
tend heartiest con
a most cordial invite
participate' in the.
American Drchid
the fullest possible e
As Honbrary Vice:"`
are entitled, buit tIoi
attend all meetings..
of the American
, Inc., representing a-
the desires of the Orchid
Haiti, and to enjoy
vileges as. pertal"to'to
We welcome your
eration instre
between oui -twb ;S
developing a' prog
of mutual pleasure
both organizations.
Sincerely, J
Gordon W. Di&
Executive-Se .
AMERICAN ORCF' %
INC.
The program for
turned over *to: -.
showed a very t t
colored hide's o,
Guatemala and'HOi '
beautiful pictures .
costumes and re
of the several In
tertainment. Vwas:
great deal of e'
refreshments wire&
once nnnefil very.
tribute to the rim
of plants of :a-
which he collected'n
in the North of Hi


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;. BUT NO SNOW F

i.now for ~Santa's sled breaks, the gifts cascade down am-
n~ierica,; but the jolly old ong them.
*i fl.amels and big white Christmas in Uruguay is officially
sget,-around -.though he known as "Family Day," though the
i .,twit; a Spanish accent church' calls it Navidad. Christmas
o .. y.a .variety of other Eve masses, called 'tmisa del Gal-
-'." . o,'. or'the "Mass of the Crow" be-
h& northern kiddies-might .cause of the lateness of the hour,
f .iefct that the Christmas are attended by all the devout. Dur-
5tedilr a period of three ipg the day it's an occasion.to bring
Aeti on where you are, all members of big families togeth-
t~.rditions that might er around the heavily ladeh dinner
Bi.t iinusalsj' to visitors from table. Champagne and.. cider are
i tittes. :. diunk to the tune of "villcicos," or
Almeriibm World Airways, an Christmas carols.
tw',the ustoms.of the'man- .' -
tiainds- it- connects with- the As in most other Latin countries,
6e.- world;, has researched the season extends to Jenuary 6,
R ,l da;lsts the holiday when gifts are exchanged.. InUru-
f fIolks: around and below guay this is "Childreh's Day," as
A: a,. . w. Wel-as the Feast of'the Epiphany;
,stotthe gift-giving days is In most countries the "pesebre,"
hany on Jauary-6, conme- or replica of the manger in which
-.the Three Wise..MIen who Christ.- ~yas born; .is displayed, as
t.Star of Betl.ehem with early as niid-Decembeir. With mari
the5ChiristChild .- families, this scenic reminder of th


3.iN o.rt.e Americano's
ighung by. the chimney with
akr. other .forms with our
ieihbors to the. south. Braz-
ldr put their she'ss in the
-. d- ',wake -to .find them
Mtio'gifts. In Venezuela they
d te. Children's'beds and
Atmh: they ire under' the


-can 'children obey juvenile
e ,in..mp.lses'"to get their
S *ih a.re .enclosed..in a "pi-
IXtat.. hangede from. the rafters.
4tintais an earthenware jar, us-
t im'inade.; the .fo i of..a -ig
,? er,, animal .' Blindfolded, the
ddetake turns whacking. away
tfie'with .a broomstick. When.'it
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most important date, in Christian
annals is the result of the constant
building and improvement..through
the years'. Some of the. elaborate
displays include- centuries-old fig-
ures that have been handed down
from generation to generation.


.Another custom followed in many
countries is the "posada," or enact-
ment of the difficulty of the Holy
Family to find shelter. In process-
ion the people go from place to
place in their 'villages, followed .by
the children singing carols to the
accompaniment of .castanets and
tambourines.
Here and there Anglo-Saxon cust-
oms have been creeping into the.
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Latins' holiday celebrations. Some-
have the Christmas tree of Nordic
origin and some department stores
display "San Nicolas" as the fat,
jolly be-whiskered gent first depict-
ed by American cartoonist, Thomas
Nast in the 1800's. But,,he's Papa
Noel in Brazil, Father Christmas in
some spots and St. Nick in others.
Haiti probably puts on the best
flora] display for .tle holidays.
Poinsettias which cost up to $10
a plant iti the United States prac-
tically grow wild in the Haitian
mountains. The road up from ,ort-


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u and January temperatures min
countries are in the high 70's aM'
Slow 8O's. .
S D' Each country, whether th.e"at
grounds be English, French, rt&T '
au-Prince to the old town of Kens- Danish or Spanish, has its own se
coff is lined by thick, high hedges of local customs, but .the commonD
of poinsettias so thick with b-iUlanf denominator of them all is the.i.D1;1
red flowers that few .green. leaves -f go6d will and friendliness'-pr%.
can be seen. And, everything g pos iced' al over t~e'world during i ,
ible is gaily decorated with fresh seaon"i.
blooms of all kinds during the holi-'
days. Perhaps the nicest customxoNa0i .!
is .practiced in Nassau, Bahnpi
It's a green Christmas season all where daddy takes the dchrei o
though Latin America. From the into the piie barrens a week or ao
Bahamis south -through- the upper before Christmas. For a one'shilng:
,part -of South- America is the land (14 c.), fee they can chop down qIwhi
of perpetual.summer, In Brazil, Ur- own Christmas tree and they usia;
uguay aid Argentina, as 'well as in l ring hone' wld orchids, tciIr
Chile and Peri, Spring, is "bustin' the holiday season debtna lion .


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S2) ART & CURIO SHOP FISHERS ACROSS FROM CUSTOMS HOUSE

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AND BUY HAITIAN HANDICRAFTS /
STRAIGHT FROM THE FACTO Y
ON U'BE I QUAlI
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S "- .. ,T : ODAir Rb t FIRST T
Joseph -rwP .,4 ;
w a a *- -- *Move than a dozen sets iive eki
-"i_ picking up Oiudad TrojUlo and U.S.
T .. "" ...* Stations constantly for two years
...' .... .... .* .. One day back in, 1953 your report-
.-a er trundled his:jeep. to Bois Verna
-.. to visit Yvan Michel to get a first
**~.' band account.of.the first TV. pickup
in Haiti. We found. Mr Michel stran-
i':- gely willing to frgo all publicity
i'lfnir dlen is back in town after a brief trip to Verezuela where to keep the. ews quiet because "so
Scale of his Flesta rental 'car business... Dwight Martin Time & many people. would.want to see it
& I. -. and my work would .be continually
~EB~ e u chief in the Caribbean overnighted here Wednesday enroate at ed." But since a neigh-
evr the wedding of. resident Hector Trujllo (Dec. 12)... -Sheelagh ibontp scdoolboy anaed to "s
~ lokfh for a new tenant for her lovely Diiquini residence departs he bea the finormer direto of
'e; road to the Villa of the wateifal has been rehibilitated... the Interi tidonl Telebhone Service
.a issuing i rst trial unsweetened chocolate shipment pleasantly added tie foioib g det-
o'. Yrk by the Aneon tomorrow... Mr Davis of KlIin and Saks is -
i ec;. O na Mrs ary: Mel iti are keely ii tedW ai Oh S undcay Vf- 17th at 6:45 b.in.
ie fiure of Tthe. St Mar symphony. They were responsible for getting 1953 he fiddled with his early-mod-
ends in the States to donate new instruen when e s y el T set and picked p what
peared to be an American station.
-their ancient pieces in a camionette wreck...

the hbitual electric cut seven Mond4 -nigh t e reception at ,-.T
.. Montan for the- visiting allnese T e Missl' into a ess one of HERE THE TOU
ste businessmen found his way to the manager and offered a diesel el- HAITI cb6
S ldt Japanese .make.. returit g me rm. school i hngston
Sfor the Christmas'holidays. Thursday night were Lydia and Exercice F
S . '. '
-r n Petlo of Petionville and Elizabeth Sanon of Port-au-Prince..
SGeorges Gauthier wedding which began at the home. of Marceau Des)- .. .
Sand Saere Coeur Church for several bridesmaids and their escort en- 1 Midl Atlatic ..........
n .the lita e einscdff police statiod..Climbing up to the honeymoon roost ,) a Northi Centi rl ..n..
3), South Atlantic............
took the wrong turning and didn't here the police whistle, for the 4) Pacific ... ... .....
iof the. auto. They -were released after questioning.. liaison Belnbold 5) New England ..............
S-epubc's largest coffee exporter is preparing a limited, supply of 6). West Noi-th'Central .... ......
best -coffee for the local market... The' Bacoulo e f p is ex- est south entral........
hpe fm a brief ,an Juan or on i 20th.. dit 8) Eas South Central .......
7- m. a rie, un ou on 9 0.: 9.mtii ) youintain .... .... .... .... ..
the Unitd States'afi outstanding walker around the capital during
pateari leaving.. The Hotel Montanaas had an excellent resp- Les Etats les plus i..teresants
'their Christmas Eve dinner dance. Thereservations are lii...
; : ; .' a) New York M. A. ...........
it.thage in'the-cabinet is" forecast by- ie.,Telediol... Me rbers b) Illinois --:, N. C.-.... .....-
apanese mission were' interested to hear there is a Ruelle Toldo c) Florida S. A ...........
.: -- d) California P.........,...
u-'liPce... Sixty five year old iny .ienet ted im te e) Pens aa M. A........
one .oj.geg of the. Rue du Centre this week. Congratulations... Ge- ), New Jerpey,-- M.,A......
is bick from serving two years with .tle U.S. Army... Lind a g) Oo -, E.N. C ... ........
S'th pretty youhbgAmerican resident is back from studies in ki-gs- h) Masacussett N. E. ;. ..
.fotChristmas with her family ad .friends... -Haiti lost ia specialist -- "-
a ,a"Toursday and e U.h gaiie a resint and .an
cea when Yvon Dufanal let on the and took
s: ew York... Mrs Jackie Bourjolly is over for
Siiher i while her husband holds the consulate in
SDFrce... D eonard 'Sier, City Sh6el; returned to Miami
asi theL- i -ad ha..
S.. ar tel at-the to PerrFoi this past year has mov-
m. fe _'s.make burlesque of folklore at the Casino,..:
'M M '-ub ie building a drive in restaurant on the belmas
A .: e. ldet,:o the drive-in-~verna... Asyees at the Vene- TIRE CI R eli
m.,.nisasy aresaid.-to be on' a huiger-strike; While exiles in Cara-
ai ai~ o.S ng min .e extremely high cost of livio g ii f

o'prasn~'4 s. underthe Special expensive Grand Rue -paving machine...
builder are-cs p ae~t studio on the Harry .8. Truman boulevard for
youthe ong Jia.-lH .lts52 4ex BDain thi Tailor entered the Sandstone
ege Wednesday... ibo on' the Grand IRue Thursday, afternoon saw
Ch person4litiWs as the Mayor and able Immigration -Police chief Lt. 2 '.
ef .roase cu hls dut.. .The Choren Simidor gave another
thr popular concerts at the Institut Francais Saturday,.. An early
-',.arrival was Rene "La earu e.. Mile Florence Roy the vivacious Miss Ba-
:eoulou bowed out of Miss- Haiti contest because of illness. He cousin Mile
qaaudulnette Fouchard went to bat for the family -and is drawing the top
...


DISCOVER THE FASCINATION
OF HAITI

:Through Its Postage Staiiilp

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For compl6tl itfbtoiiati6h in HIIhiti

Stamps and other details which will be

furnished you free of charge, write to

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Picture of paidtin's flashes gn the
screen as an English-speaking com-
mentator gave an art talk. But the
image faded out after 5 min. Next
he captured a children's drama on
Cuba's No. 2, channel that came
through clearly for a half hdur.
Mr Michei who has been talking
a correspondence course in TV me-
chaics, explained tiat it would be
ilpssibliJ ,q have constant recepf-
io. Je're becauL e wavqs .mut, be re-
layed Qover dipp in horizn..,How-
ever, he addp, if arelay station is
built on ,high peak near Fort au
Prince, Capitaites dould, be able
to enjoy TV Programs from the
UJ.ni ed.S.ate.e erxic, pi.Ca, Puer-
to Rjco and the. Dominican Republ-
ic He hs, eady. tailed with
members of ,tie Gedetic Survey on
tie subject and tiravelled up a feiw


ti STi t~fHA VISiT
ME FROM:


fiscal 1958-89


Ngnobre Total dp Touristes USA


9.23
3.674
2.032
1.749
1.148
666
6-44
276
201


1961
soit 47,9
10,3
8,9
5,8
v 3,9
S 3,2
1,4
S- 1,0


soin les. suivants:


7.11
1.641
1.632
1.313
1.047
1.023
860
728


per cent

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of the nearby peaki
best possibilities. He"
tilliers could pprobilj
adequate site for ai.
especially since,it'"ili
er facilities and, a.M
Domtic. issue. is ,ai
barrier tp cientfi
he mused, 'adding; !i
learn nothing is Itipis

Ie notes that :io.9
station, that. have g.
in South America: ,ai&
financial assistance
He believes that._
do much in dis"ef
blicity Mr the, cube. .
relaying of dpcumid
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The a lddle AtWluibi
leading- wit 4h,9..
total Americai vlts
S. A.

Further breaking
all three States .mi
York, Penisyvam
sey- ate among "
rhmoe visitoirl wi th
ingwith 37.-pere t

Following is .
with -18,7 per -n
this refobrd,
cent and-Ohio 7Uthjw f
of the States kivi!n


Third.i' .totali..
with1,3 per ent
17,08 per cent 32 pewI t)
8,36 'Stats givin .r
8,32 '
6.,, Fosuthis
5,21 of the total Amn
,1 region and Ca-
4th with .6,68;9.-&
3,71d
"' Fifth is New
cent a LU, R

giving more vi

total
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spend -
Nses Regio l.


L TrUEVEL rof the. EL
Iwho visit Hait



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t mis.'e tre" day visit to Methodist centers. Mrs
Blh 'ifii i .L gle is' looking over :establish-
Sment''s lina Cap-Haitien, Jeremie, Pe-
l.. " a'-' t l%-i' d te i e PoidP -'rId~ liihe. Ifer
m .' hisband'diedi t fee ydatMs
t-ur 'ago re turn o Ei ndgl~nd after a
s.rof visit to Haiti .

: Colonel and irSya are ddwn
di ga t sp Aho lda
Oia- Pe .4l-4nville with 'r aughtet

g' e. o". e

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L. Wi hB ere or fv.e..ya with'ihe
'- ar e i do U.9 Embsyashavebe reasifiied

Stie nipg o"f-the Telei '
ntoay: Mr Benbe Nellie Maal flew to New York
STTVets i Hhitii es, this ek to be~iar i ee. . .. _e -

-aat EI.)It.I Madison. Avenue executive Leo J.
Eidel 'waS ':' re '':r five' dd$'s at
VPw "- 'IC",b ". fteulhti withf his'wife 'and da'ight-




of the. levIe %hwe of Tur'.ur
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S I'. xf.V l 'wo flew .down; E Iette a hedr Wm er Canada-Suriday or the wdding of
t""^wo yoi'^"0^"-iig"-. sfor tormei. classmatesei; 'Clout. Des-
Snli h4.:and I -Tsceenrh nrteek ta beestaiL" 'The d n"l
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bAiia' .i.hTo-get MiT t"Ttav E --
s-a eat-' SALUTE TO THE SHOP GIRL ..


Doctor McDonald is leaving after
a year as- di_ ctor-of'Scisp hpro.

.. ic. p Tip hauer returned
oineyT esday after -a brief: ejourn
asouisa-gqiest'bfite Mencan- Am-

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;- _?ge. Ba4n was--'feted' from Le
Pqihoir to the Cpsino by his budd-
ies Friday eightt onQthe occasion of
his birthday.: -

LADY FAINtS W. AIRCRAFT'
CARRIED THROUGH CUSTOMS
Pan iAerin oiprkrs hueff-ed' and-
pufLe Saturday 'afterioon- when a
lady' of a remarkable es ie waitedd.
in' the airliner as"it touched .down
on a flight from 'Curacao.
When, they finally managed. to
carry ..the. lady'into the -terminal
shest.uiiggled to her fet n sorime-
what sprylyV' walked'- 'thrcugh the
cEstoms, and into a taxi before any-
one !oudd moment o t he odd fori
of'her body. "'- '
Thi' airport officials who. have.
seen. almost every .kind of shape

ing nots,;discovered.th e.wise'Haiti-
a,.lwdt.rmit have hid at least two
bolts of i loth and some doien other
accessories-4tied arouid her'? liody.

Two eharwjix dadgh(ters f.6En:
ginee.a. mnest BurKett' arr-
ived: yes 'fi roni 'school, in ani-
aica for the' Chistmnas holidays.

ter. Sa d Rodman' and his
4;Xgfie? SiW st-A arrived S aturday
fr i a three. week visit: They 'are
:lodged 'at Quisqueya in Petionvile:,
Fred Attie flew back (um S im.-

" T h u r s d a y '. ,'-.: .

t_,Sl'."M!ourr,-si..js down from', New:
0,*
:Gerda Preseau, flew 'iofme from
te ,.Statees Saturday afternoon'.
s. -
Aboard PAA flight-27 froni. Neiw
Y6r Satiurday -were:
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Getard Roumain, Elsa San "anier,
QGerda 'Preseau, Zili, Mourra, Maiy
R6d0ison,'; Josette Phillipeaux, Ar:
taracia. Gb aige, Josephine Ba-
ron, Jocelyn Dujour,-' In. Leslie
Derenonic uft, I fA Andrea Derenorin
cburt, -In. Ingrid Fahre, Ulla Fahre'
Br4m Bottefield. :Int; Curry Berter,;
. obe ttelA, "G'uy .Mompoiit, Jane
ybulle, CeUe I~aumec, Natan Abr-'
mo4Lt, Diana M Solaric, Tiliah Sola-
ic7liica S olaric, -Licienne Mo-
reai-Baron, Oriana Rodman, Selden'
Rodm n.,-' p vit Ambriter, Jeanne
Amibriter, Frank Bucimer, -Dorotlh
BdLhbner., Henry ..bccd, Cirry. Wil-
bipm,-Lyeyi am Q b ec-C i .S4pit,
-Eli&be chermermorn;- :orpon
-uta7"Mabl, Howell;- Ane-Marie
Lublh, Archil -nunges7 'Clnmi..
Coulitngke Eivire iSaldiige '-Alcide
Edoukrd, ~'homas iees, Marie Sa
tiba, 'Goel Alda.n,';'Louis; Pierre"


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Mr and Mrs Arthur Haas and
their daughter i'eturned to New York
via Texas Sunf.y after a week in
town.' The President ,l the'Floor
Mill and his wife.-were entertained
during their visit by Lawyer and
Mrs Georges Leger Jr.
.'Elena HaralsorC:spent her''btrth-
day Thursday-evening with husband
David at their "Head of the Wat-
ers" residence entertaining friends.
1- 41 s s -". -= -.
Mona Cajuste fliw to Miami Fri-
day. .
* * *
Artist Gesner Armand whose succ-
essful exhibition,.of painting is still
hlgling'4 dithi rIte .d'Art flew
off to eontihue his -studes and paint-
ing ih Mdiic6 Fridy;
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Beautiful house, with pool, huge living room, firep i "
our bedrooms yr |e!sor g.erulo Jr .f y or- semi-fnrnishe
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aaiey $250 p:er month.4l$i'iIaF Tixico station aiter Opest
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-Bt ts onesoLftbis. lpoders many fines features; others inc i
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The days before Christmas may
be filled with delicious anticipation
for the really young, the jolly and
the amateurs of roast poultry and
gateauxx". For others they are de
rsntdk dayS'bf ihusbnj tMU Aj

those who serve the throwingg shop-
pers the traffic cops, the taxi
drivers and especially the shop as-
sistants. There has been a4 sligt
buying spree this last week or
so, and it. takes stamina to remain
cheerful, efficient, helpful and und-
erstanding for long hours before a
public that is hot and in a hurry.
There are those behind he Si'nt-
er, as we all know, who sometimes
(alter in the airlessness of the crow-
ed shops and under the impact, of
relays of cruiseship tourists but the
shopper who is cheerful will gener-


ally get .a smile. It at-
alta3 bjeep b. &ei
gonism that the customer sometimes'
met in the immediate postwar ye
has jabled1 with the advent '!f'
dof greater plenty m the shop
S ows,.perhap 1 of g'et:
adventure'in.-the.business of-serii.
and seUiig. ...
The peak of spiig haf its oye
passeA,'12 '&y-of ,last-minute-man
ship remain foi'.: those Who io'm
aaye' notf seen- Christmas
or.have maintained to the ineffeb
uai last a contemptuous attitude t
the season. But only when the lat
sihopgifT'q othe China and..Datfi
Gifts for All-Ages.has eased h'o.i
achin" toes out of hei, es on
Christa.s Ev"l' thios :
who stand .and serve before tjie it
believe -i Chrstmas ian peace.


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REYNOLDS MEtABS LWILL
"I SW'p HATiIAN.BAB IT. t' OR.
U.S. SURPLUS." WHEAT ;
:(From The Wa Street_ J4urnal) ,;, ,r RiRce '-s d ; the arrangement
Sjhmond, Va.- Iq a .'$6 million wil% enable'. Reyold s to .step. up its-
to $6,5 million barter transaction, opveratibni- i'H'ti to full.,capabity
Reynolds Metals Co. will deliver forBthe .net' .year. -Heid d largp
400,000; toMs of' bauxite fmm .Haiti viror dI :&'pIi es of baud x made
to the U.t. Government stockpile it ogi.an to find ,ax aoutlet.'for,
in 1960. -h .H a f" aifia ndr'. He-,said 'the trans-
The bauxite will be exchanged for action s. i substantially ,increase
U.S. surplus high 'protein wheat, eimployMet' n n Haiti.'-and mcrase
which will be senti to Caribbean .iJat- government's : reeueii frt
Mills, Inc.;-,in Hat. Bauxite in the bauxiAfe.r tii arid&i cor .tax.:'. '
raw ore. from which aluminumm is '
extrieted."ft"..
extracted. A. f y artery' arangenent,
w Wa proposed to .thie U.S.. Govern- 'The colorful
e' barter. commitinent as adb-,ment, bat for one year, the dxinonh star and si
tained by Reynolds front Commodity, cement stated. ., diut-~,5It.B'. a
Credit Corp: in Washington," accord- / oi Sa
ing -to a joint announcement by Under terms of the agreement, Bqulevard. 've.
Walker L. Rice, president of Rey- Reygolds will iinin and dry the obsolete., it
nolds Haitian Mines, Inc., a- subsi- bauxite, trainiprt'it to the US. s re ier lotit4
diary 'of Rynolds hMetals, and Ar- stockpile and maintain it foi .the. Ae skaj
thur B.' Haas, president of Caribb' Government. For: this it will' be
ean ills, Idc. paid. in specIaUylete wheat te.JiJ
which will be delivered' to Cano- -Ai
This will be the first U.S. Govern-. ean Mills, Inc.; for process' g, into i
ment bartdr coiitracti involving the flour at a new mill near Port-au- ore he,.:or A:
exchange of Haitian bre for U.S. Prince. .. las
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