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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
Creation Date: May 22, 1960

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."

Record Information

Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00263

Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00015023/00001

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
Creation Date: May 22, 1960

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."

Record Information

Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00263

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LY, 1 A Y 22nd, 1960


\venly Beat Of ai

SPECIAL MYSTERIOUS FORMULA FOR "THAT


,beat of Heaven imported from Exotic Haiti -
iroof," is how the garish labels are portraying the
tints of the latest 'spirit" ghouling its way around


iia.nting the intoxi c eating
"r Voodoo"N these quart-siz-
4W youngsters -ranging in age
j 'm5 to 12 years- have made
j.4surreptuous entry to Haiti
.i h-';e express purpose of in-
Afiltf g '-.,bard and boutiques
.ith-indboctrihatidns of up to four.
aths : time, (depending on
tlb su*pfibility of the victim.)
The's need to panic ovei
Ahe- -hnidW 'plrits". however for
ithey: .4i dsily": contiolled'- and'
can ei ibibed or left al-
ohe.. f odo'oAdo6". i- not' quite
what. efirst- two. paragraphs
r'hay 'Ii. dead. .you. to believe.
i'Voodoo` 'has taken on a new
Tform- and now appears as a
'.Rbium :producted in Port au
,Prince J0 the Haiti Rhum Co.,
.Depot -entral, S.A.
:. Just' think. For $1.50 one can
Inuow'indlge in a private "Vood-
:-o" session but if your ideals
I. on a higher plane then the
Haiti Rhum Co., can probably
0cater for you with "Voodoo's"
companion "Haiti Club Whis-
y' a product which does state
ts intentions and sports a green
and white label resplendant with
Stop hat, cane and the inscript-
ion "extra fin."


BRAINSTORMING
ORIGINATOR
"It was my brainstorm real-
ly." stated Jack Sher, retired
American businessman, this
week when approached for the
run-down on these intest addi-
tions to the liquor world.
Sher was approached in the
well pestered "Voodoo Rhum"
and "Haiti Club Whiskey" esta-
blishment -situated on the street
torn Grand Rue on Thursday
this week. Painted gaudy red
and yellow furniture, In the same
tones as the 'Vobdoo" labels,
provided resting place for pad
and pen while the following in-
terview resulted:

QUES: Can you tell us a little
of the two produces?
ANSWER: "We (Jack Sher and
Manager of the business and
also Sher's son'Monroe
"Monty" Sher,) age the Hai-
ti Club Whiskey in barrels
bought from the states where
they were used to age whis-
key for about eight years."
QUES: What about the "Vood-
oo" Rhum?
ANSWER: "That was bought
in Haiti when we first came


EXPORTATION OF COFFEE
OCTOBER 1959-1960 SACKS


PORTS
Port au Prinice
Oalp Haitien
Petit Goave


"' '."Gonaives
S Jacmel
,Oayes
SJeremie
Port de Paix

S- TOTAL



COUNTRIES
Italv


United 'States. 11,275
:.Belgium 2,954
SFrance ...
H:. land 1,935
:Norway 1,075
",Denmark 125
s*.syria 1,450
SAustria 675
f Sweden 760
SGernmany 25
Switzerlanid 200
England
irzland 100
~.a.da 100

-,"OTAL ----
1 0Z by month 32.456

1')-from OFFICE
i::


'- 'O t.
12,052
3,000
5.669
2,685
1,350
3,775
3,925


32,456


Nov.
26,935
6,750
7,580
10,940
4,250
4,550
4,775


65,780


BY
OF 6(


here and is from 5 to 1
years old."
QUES: Where does the "Hai
Club Whiskey" come from?
ANSWER: "We make it right
here" (on the Grand Ru
premises.)
QUES: And how long is tha
whiskey aged for?
ANSWER: "Well, we have
special formula for the whis
key."
QUES: Yes but after the whisk
key is distilled how long i
it aged?
ANSWER: "The special form
ula gives the whiskey a me
low aged flavor, the taste o
good old 'well aged whiske
from 2 months to 2 yrs.
ques: And you have a disti
lory.. or whiskey here? (a
the Grand Rue establish
meant )

ANSWER: "Yes, we have wha
is called a Rectifying Plan
on the premises which 'prod
uces and blends the whiske:
which is of a Bourbon type.'
QUES: Since you startednman
nfacturing three months agi
how have sales been and
what sort of places do you
sell the liquor In?
ANSWER: "We sell to about 6
or 70 stores, tourist shop:
and boutiques in Port-au
Prince, Jacmel, Gonaives S
Cap Haitian but so far as sel



PORTS (1)
0 KILOS


Dec.
31,903
7,198
7,352
8,811
5.353
3,995
4,225


68,817


Jan.
37,183
6,441
9,520
6,617
4.922
4,050
2,950
900

72,583


WHERE COFFEE EXPORTED
OCTOBER 1959-1960


Nov.
23,140
24,600
3,930
750
5,075
1,625
1,543
1,016.,
900
300
925
725
1,000
250
. = =. .= .


Dec.
21,735
15,741
8,895
13,597
2,775
" 2,205
1,244
400
700
750
475
300


o. .. .


6 1 .68.....8
65,780 68,817


Jan.
21,255
15,741
17,735
7,913
1,940
465
2,130
750
450
500
100



. . . .


TOTAL
77,912
70.961
33,514
22,260
11,725
5,370
5,042
3,616
2,725
2,310
1,525
1,225
1,000
350
100


72,583 239,636


P.100 by Country
32.51
29,61
13.99
9.29
4.89
224
2.10
1.51
1.14
0.96
0.64
0.51
0.42
0.15
0.04

100....
100.00


NATIONAL DU CAFE.


wf's New Spirits,

AGED IN THE WOOD' TASTE -

2 ling goes well, we don't real- oo" Rhum only to the hotels
ly want to sell as yet, we the Americans won't drink
ti are just trial testing the mar- the whiskey -as they prefer;
ket. Right now we are not Canadian Club and brandsU.
it anxious but we are going to like that. But we are li'ing.-i'
e have a big advertising cam- up importers in, the States..!,
paign in the Fall.' for the export,of the Rhuir.
it QUES: Do you sell the two in the Fall."
products to the Hotel s in QUES: How much Rhnm andm :
a Port and are you planning Whiskey do you make each t
s- exporting? week? %,
ANSWER: "We sell the "Vood- (Continued on page 20)'
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Carl E. Davis the U.S. Diplomat expelled by the Dominican..
Republic spent two hours in Port-au-Prince Intransit to his new
post in the Republic of Panama. Mr. Davis accompanied by hisA
wife and two children told newsmen in Caracas wheie be spent
the weekend that it is "very possible" the U.S. government may
take the case of his expulsion to the Organization of the American
States.
Davis was employed as director of the U.S. Information Service
in C. T. in his 7th month when he was declared persona non grala
lby the Dominican Government which protested information it
said Davis had given to a British Correspondent.
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SUNDAY, M AY 22nd, 1960


Prolific Young Artist Briet

ART, POETRY, DANCING, DESIGNING


(Continued from page I)
There was more and such has
been the impact of Micheline's
paining that her subjects can be
seen on. display at Gallery Bro-
chette at Carrefour, Gallery
Sui.sse on the Grand Rue, and
at the contemporary new furni-
ture store and showroom "Mara-
bou" of Charles Dejean & Co.,
on Itu' IBonne Foi.
HLIS ARTIM'NT
Mi ilicllintc' is far fiom an
in'fri'quentl unllist. While doing
her Rfhetoriquc at the College
Ei miliniJ de Turgcau she dcl\es
inti tl".* inlricilc s of prvint-i,
whenever she finds the lime it
Nplr0e from licr classical .turies.
In her parent's home in Debus-
sy, 'l'urgeau Iwhere she lives al.
on,: with 1--year-old Roger and
NMli ;ory, lher ll-yetir-old sister,)
.slh his set up her own artist's
sltliho. She paints with a ferven-
wLy hhich places her amongst the
ne\% gene:r;Uion of Hlaiti which is
hre:iking out of the bonds that
in Ihe past enslaved any talent
appearing in the conformist class
ranks.
Artist Bricte was certainly
(lh.sec 'vere in Ihc manner bL'!ov-
rdl byy rimmntlscisls and in much
li, siamn- Iradilion as the Iolly-
\iwoil talent sO'uut. Thaia original
ilinrhId framinlg of onme i iclure
las I l d I t hdl'-a-dot'n of her
wi\.rl.k being placel on peirman-
cni dlisplin in the "Marnbou"
shinmroom ind Guy Marlin sign-
Ili, l Ihit Ihe rfurnilure store has


LE CENTRE D'ART
FIOUNDIED) 11111
Exelhsive Agents:
Alix, Anliulna, Armand, Buz,
il1e, Bigaund, Blatucllard, Dfcro-
hi'rs', Donto'id Dullfaut, Hyppo-
lile. Joseph, L -unlus, LuverIue,
Lliutalud, Montus, Normill, Obln,
llerre, St. Brice, Slophane, fur-
ilier. Viltl, many others.
17 Rue de la Revolution
in town one block to.
ward bay, half block
to left.
From Pan American
Open Monday through
Saturday
9-1 3-6 Phone 2055


received numerous enquiries ab-
out the young artist's work.
which although as yet not for
sale, has been subject to offers
by prospective purchasers.
Micheline Brierre possesses a
self assurance which belies her
years and states that she is a
frequent visitor to the Centre
d'Art where she purchases her
painting materials and has visit-


Sf-rt t.ieolFee
4 from the


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ed Gallery Brochette on several
occasions. As her favorite arts
she chooses Luckner Lazard and
several of her canvases bear re
markable resemblance to this
Haitian artist's works. Michel
ine portrays in her work care
ful attention to lines,- color and
harmonization.
HAS OTHER INTERESTS
Painting is not the only attri


altitude.ye" only minutes
heart of PORT-AU-'PRINdE-


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.The most exquisite mVies05,oer-lookimn lbedty
ihe bay, lie plains., e mounta;m .

;* Delti6ous donfinentol uisine and superb
Serlde .

SPersonolieda attention to eery guest.

i' Siimmin PTod vilh Lund~eon Lounge e
and Bar Panorama Terrade
S Air-dondi;oned de-luxe rooms ,

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WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM

STUESDA. :Informal Crloe u[fe" aonIn3q from
) "-' 7:3o PM To mAt"nig .
.Mer inue inmTruchon and ntest
ao 9:3o .dosvual dress.lNo dmi,,;ion fee
WEDNESBAL: eomplinentrl y 9et-to9getlerPunth owl .
Party ,from 7pm to 8 p m.
FRIDAy : ala Dinrer-Doande from 7:3oP.m to
1:3oa.m. superb Sho oat Io:o o
.bo adm;sjion fee .
; LL OTHER l Ji4HTS: dCocail hour from 7 -9 k .
natiVe dombo
c'/; 6d


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bute of Mic ieI e Brierre as she heline enjoys dancing and is an
also tfaovs fiewritiiig of not- ^vid'eadir and especially en.
lone oft'her 1ect patita nsat j i;'-'the-:works of the French
the Marabou is an expression pf authors Aragon, Sarthe and Ca-
one of her poems.) She holds rims together with modem poc.i
Ambitions of becoming an inter- ry.
Sior decorator and holds modest Yet one further expression o[
Opinions of her iptings at the artistic release has been named
same time expressiiig a great as a future, "must"- by Michelil
desire to voyage to the art cen- ne Brierre she would like to
tres of Europe and the U.S. design jewelry as does Mrs. ChL-
And like most young girls Mi- net.


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DAY, MA Y 22nd, 1960


.HAIT.I SUN
TE HAITIAN ENGIS45' LANGUAGEC1NEWSPAPER
,.Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning-
dilr.Publisher BERNAkD DIEDERICt
rait -Responsable MAUCLAIR LABISSIERE
MEMBER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN.
-, -ESTABIJSHED IN 1950


OLYMPICS YES OR NO?

Legt'3at's 'Pan Amefican Games saw a 26-year-old
itii'n itae 'he runner up 'prize in the Light-Heavy-
"igi Lifting division, his name Philomr Liig4erre.
's performancee was meritorious for several.
Sn;, .T'hi was hu first 'time in competitiba lifting;
*s g-he 'was then) a comparative Iewc',mer to the
I lifting world, he .was competing against and
sednf' tC3lyde Emrich America's hbot in tbe
land last but by no mean' least -the young Cap-
t born weight liftei c um body builder was suff-
ithe 'time .from "Tourists Disease," bought on.
gf food, .
t ,this plast impediment Laguerr n may webi
aiit en that class Iat the Games and Iaa 'as *a record
$ k hri ee .Olmple Invemerntsa a total of 902 pounds
6.. thequ during question. This year's Olympic
t'be staged in Rome, are .only 'four month'
M naii;m Hjaiti. is in-possesssion of a strong contender
d. -i.d da;- has anything been done about sending
-i.- 1 agerre to the Games to 'the best of our
-odg h iothrnig. -
i'Wihut~~i !Wellink.Qn ;the prQs a'd cons Qf what and
.aifhd'nt 'be done in eoinection with Laguerre's
r pea= n.at- .he Olynmplcs we pose this reminder in
t;.iprely rmerP enary manner fr once. Remember 'ihe
Silnaat -and pulf'c, attentionn won for Haiti 'by he fam-
I .ianid now 'deceased'Sylvio Cator-in the '20s?
i Alitght, so sport is sport but business i 'business
.-...al thaLt is What Haiti needs right now and could 'have
"-by way of pronounced advertising a medium which
.Imi:ght we'll be Irodu'ced 'by Iaguerre'a turn out, at the
Jtome.gamea,
'. T iete is no doubt that.Haiti has 'sport potential.
-_iJt take -a -look at. some of ouir runners, jumpers, bask-
'I. plbal pIayers and.if you need further convincingg, Phi-
-1-lome Laguerre. The participation 'of a 'Haitiaa- team in
s year's and future Olymnipi events win or lose could
"vidy bring good to 'this 'country.
SWhile on the subject it yet remains for confirmation
i that our strongly competitivee rifle team is going to be
.a starter ajt this year's 'lympi'cs, The old adage says,
"t'enlt..if possessed is 'the worst thing a person can
waste." '
AIRPORT FAST BECOMING OBSOLETE
'. -Air 'talk is worl'd-wide current talk What with myst-
5 ~0cious U2s 'and their tie -up with the Summit corifer--
;" ev'ce of.tihLe big four. Buft when it comes to activities
;~a the zsrigattcail sphere Haiti also-'has a strong talk-
]n3 point that embarrassing old pain in the neck
l'iowen Fieelld
!.'Here it is May 1960 with the year rapidly marching
n but- our one and only International Aiiport remains
jr.turfbed 'and .jdily unextended those vital yard 3
le f lairti is ever ltd her the touristt announcing"
of the jets.
aemiate. That is the result of all 'past argumentl-
gggestion aid proposed action an absoluLte
.hUgeaie hothling. Wel here is a 'little furor stirring
ion, tourist interests this week pointed out
the very very near future Bowen Field may
b'deci]ared as 'obsolete and condemned from furth-
'dti.es 'by 'the Iitern'altional Aeronautics Board
'.y iblave proven in the past to be a very hard
,~'ay from their convictions.
tufaelly the .Internation-al Aeronautics Board
S~alll y fly in the ointment, (which is rapidly
eaing anyhow,) for present indications are that
ipt.on our neighbors, the Dominican Republic,


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HAITI SUN, -
En Ville.
Dear Mr. Editor':
Such is my avidity for nature
and particularly the beauties of
Haiti that a drive on MondaS.
this week to the cool confines
of Kenscoff ivas made even raore
pleasant by a sight encountered
on top of Boutillier.
Fill ed with Machiavellian
thoughts I stopped mry car and
gained great satisfaction fio .


Petionville
featuring
The Smart Saturda


LA RON
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The El Rancho
Dac Orchest
SDancing Nightly Except
S THOSE WHO APF
THE BEST DINE
AT EL BANCi
-And always suj

may within a shot 'period extend to
'traJPfic and \what 'fdlldows on the heels of
ceasation olf prop plane traffic to our iUu
As a final llincher dwell on this la
fact. By December of 1960 Ipractically
of-the many airlines wilt have converted
JET'S. Who says the future life o f our T
%witl not 'be 'cut off 'by "malnutrition."?


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the fact that
"hop to Cuba'
last stand a
ground level.
bought to min
itorial in Janu
ted that this 5
ers in Haiti, s
by volunteers.
The only pi
my satisfaction
that I; the si:
displaying aI
iness to pass'
destruction to
ly' been a la
nature, and n
ort.
I only hope
has finally wo
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This immediately I remain,
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ary when you sta- _____ '
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ALL INCLUDED:
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- SUNDAY, 1 A Y 22nd, 1960


IElectric Co., Union Demands
(CONTINUATION FROM LAST WEEK OF THE ELECTRIC COMPANY'S COLLECTIVE WORK CONTRACT DRAFT


GENERAL CLASSIFICATION
OF THE PERSONNEL
Art. 7.-Apart from the memb-
ers of the management, the high
ranking employees identified by
the law and the technicians be-
longing to the management, the
executive personnel is classified
into 5 categories.
First Category (added by tran-
slator)
Art. 8.-The employees of this
category are those whose duties
-equire or are characterized b.


at Specialized professional stu-
dies or practical training or
the experience gained while
holding similar positions dur-
ing some ten years;
bi Independent and diversified
duties requiring a profession-
al ability, initiative and sen-
se of responsibility;
ci Those employees classified
iir the second category that
have 10 years of service.
E\amp1le.: Employees' qualifi-
el in -several services.


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Top employees of the important
subdivisions of each department
eventually entrusted to substitute
the assistant department. head.
The engineers First class
Accountants the Paymaster -
The foremen and Assistant Fore-
men of general mechanics.
SECOND CATEGORY
Art. 9.-The d 'ies of the em-
ployees classified in this categ-
ory require or are characterized
by:
a) Specialized professional stu-
dies, practical training equival-
ent to the holding of identical or
similar positions;
bi Independent diversified dut-
ies requiring usually initiative,
reasoning and even sense of res-
ponsibility;
c) Those employees of the third
category that have 10 years of
service.
Examples: The operators, the
1st class workers The 'French-
English stenographer-typist, the
secretaries of the Manage-
ment The Storeroom and ins-
pection service foremen The
second class accountants'- The
second class clerks.
rHIRD CATEfORY-
Art. 10.-Those emp I b y e .s
whose duties are characterized
by a responsibility limited
through a direct and constant
supervision.
examples:' The bookkeepers -
'he third class clerks The
meter inspectors and repairmen
- The'second class workers -
The typists The drivers- -
The meter-readers.
_


FOURTH CATEGORY .
Art. 11.-In this category are
classified th6se employees whose-
work. requires no special ability
or have acquired sufficient know-
ledge enabling them to perform
certain duties.'
Examples The foremen of mis-
cellaneous laborers The sec-
ond class oilers The laborers.
FIFTH CATEGORY.
Art. 12.-In this category are
classiflied the employees that
perform the simplest duties.
Examples: The Handymen -
Watchmen Messengers-- Jan-
itress.
ACCESS TO THE. DIFFERENT
CATEGORIES
Art. 1.--A change in category
is due when a promotion is gran-
ted or when 10- years of service
in the same category have been
accomplished excepting the first
category which attains the ma-
ximum after 5 years of service.
VAI'S TO APPLY THE
SALARY SCALE/'
Art..' 1.-A 'minimum and a
maximum salary is fixed for
each category and the advance-
ELECTRIC-CO.


Start
.1 Year
2 Years
3
4 "
5 "
6


ist. Class
200.00
210.00.
220.00


2
2
2


2nd. Class
140.00
150.00
160.00


30.00 170.00
40.00 175.00 .
50.00' 180.00"
190.00
- 195.00
- 200.00


DISCOVER THE FASCINATION


OF HAITI


Through Its Postage -Stamps

For complete information in Haiti

Stamps and other details which will be

furnished you free of charge, write to

P.O. Box 723 PORT-AU-PRINCE


ment will not only be based on
merit but also on seniority.
Art. 15.-The starting point to
determine wage increases based
on the scale is the minimum sal.
ary.
Art. 16.-In case "bf outstand-
ing efficiency, the employee can
each the ceiling in a rather
Short time. However, no more
than two increases may be gran.
ted in, a twelve-month period to
such an employee nor can he go
beyond two steps of a minimum
to which he would be normally
entitled considering his position
and length of service.

Art. 17.-The employee wh%
passes to a higher category M
benefit of the minimum increase
of this .category: The laborer!
will. be entitled each year to;
10 per cent seniority premium
Art. 18.-The employees of th
Company's branches will benef
from the salary jcale to the ex
tent of 90 per cent.'
Punctuality
Art. 19.-Tke employees mus
arrive at the office at the tim


WAGE SCALE
3rd. Class 4th. Cla
- 80.00 70.00
85.00 75.00
90.00 80.00


1ss


5th. Clas
40.00
45.00
50.00


. 100.00, 85.00 55.00
105.00 .90.00 60.00
110.00 95.00 65.00
120.00 100.00 70.00
130.00 75.00
140.00 -

set by, the'management. Unless
special permission was granted
they may not leave the Cornpa
ny before closing hour.
Art. 20.-The employees niu
each day check-in at the tur
clock for the daily report of al
sences and late arrivals to
submitted to the management.
Art.-2.--Late arrivals must
justified the same day to t
management, otherwise they w
be added and deducted from It
15 days sickness leave.

Art. 22.- The employee wi
wishes to leave during worki
hours must obtain previous au
orization from the head of


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Eyes Of World On "Miss Wo


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SUNDAY, MAY 22ntd, 1960


lId" Beauty Contest
WVITED TO SEND ENTRANT
ing of Miss United States and the pageant will- announce
her Court of Beauty. awards of special. cash prizes,
MISS UNIVERSE SELECTION contracts and trophies. For this
Major event of the program formal event a reserved'table
comes on the night of July 9th can be ordered at a cost of 25
with the final judging of Miss or 15 dollars.
Universe semi-finalists compet- MI88 WORLD 19i0
ing in swim suits and evening Organized .annually by Mecca
gowns as well as for charm, Dancing in association with the
poise and personality. The coml- "News of the World" is the
petition will be interspersed with "Miss World" beauty champion-
top acts in show business and ship to be held in London, En-
the high point of the evening gland from Nov ember 8thi
will be the announcement of the of this year A letter inviting
winners and the crowning of Miss.-Haiti to hold a "Miss Haiti" con-
Universe of 1960. test in order to select an en-
As a final climax to the week- trant for the Miss World title
long competition a Coronation was received recently by the
Ball is scheduled to be held in Commissariat National du Tou.
the Grand Ballroom of the Fon- risme from Eric D. Morley, Or-
tainebleau Hotel on S' iday July ganizing Director of the Miss
10th at 8pm. During tie dining World contest.
and dancing representatives of Mr. Morley suggested thaI "a
the organizations affiliated with (Continued on page 13)


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TWO INTERNATIONAL CONTESTS HAITI II
Two forthcoming events which to compete for the coveted title official Miss Universe swimsuit
receive world-wide press cover- of Miss Universe which is recog- will glide past on a gaily decor-
age annually deem it wise that nized as the f6remost event of ated float together with a water
Haiti choose a representative of its kind and one which is given ski show and a large selection
its aesthetic women, for on July world-wide attention. of bands and entertainment."
2 competition begins in Miami, On Sunday July 3rd the Miss The selection o0 the 15 semi-
Florida for the Miss Universe Universe contest is forecast to finalists for the Miss U.S.A. sec-
title followed by the Miss World get under way with a premiere tion of the contest is to take
beauty championship staged in presentation of all contestants place in the Miami Beach Con-
London, England on November in native costume and flag pre- vention Hall at 8:30pm on July
8th, 1960. sentations. That evening will al- 6th and the. program also feat-
"The Miss Universe Beauty so herald the entrance of the ures the presentation of a trophy
Pageant is more than just an an- reigning Miss Universe and the to the girl selected by press
nual beauty contest; it has been presentation to each contestant photographers as "Most Photog-
established as a magnificent for- by the City of Miami of an off- enlc."
ward step in the furtherance of icial key to the city. 15 .girls will be selected as se-
goodwill and friendship among During the next six days and mi-finalists in the Miss Universe
the nations of thle earth." So up to July 10th there is to be contest on the night of July 7th
state the organizers of this ac- a series of "stellar" attractions by a panel of leading beauty
claimed event. in conjunction i.'th the judging judges in Miami Beach Conven-
More than 100 beautiful girls of the contest. An Aquarade has tion Hall and all U.S.A. contest-
from the United States and conn- been arranged on the beautiful ants will aTso appear. Culminat-
tries throughout the world are Indian Creek where on July 4th ing this evening's- program will
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f'airlthe -lot of
Ithe Canal-'Zone,
arministratibn
a.success-
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Jlaj^ 4s resulted.
We m'idrate of
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"HAiTI


GOVERNOR...

iod of change, and the further-
ing of good relations with the'
Republic of Panama and other
nations of Latin America.
For his service during 'World"
War II, Gqvernor Potter- was
awarded ,the Legion of :.Merit,
Bronze Star Medal, and thel
*French Croix de Guerre with
Palm.


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RESULTS 1. .

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able and reliable seeks -full or
part-time position.
Reply Box 433 -' Halti Sun.
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CAR FOR 8SALE
English Oxford like, new for
sale. This sturdy car-is a barg-
ain. Apply Maison Dr. Georges
etlicourt -Petionville.

SEEI!S ENGLISH BOOKS
ON HArTr
: Person's wishing to sell Engl-
ish books written about Haitl
call at Haiti Sun offices trtand
.:7 Ave. Marie Jpanne Cite Du-
inarsais Estime.

ROUSE FOR RENT
Lovely three>- bedroom tivo
bathroom house located on the
Laboule road five minutes from
Petionville lor rent. For in-
formation call 3922 or 3332 at
Haiti Sun.


Beaui lfurndhSiM^'tse
rent in, col. redential MOre
Bercule (Petinoile .4 3.
4 bedrooms '
2 bathrooms (hot & cold wa-
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I dining room
1 large liing room with
glass windows, venetian
blinds, overlooking. a nice
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1 kitchen (hot & cold waterY
Servants ,quarters, Haitian kit-
chen, garage. '
No water shortage. '
:Contact Jean Bolte, Auto S. A.'
360 Grand'Rue, Phone 3134-2772.
FOR SALE
'Morris Minor Traveller 1960.
Station Wagon
Colour Blue with Radio, Lugg-
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reas:.iably priced.
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INFORMATION CONCERNING

THE ELECTRIC COMPANY

SIN PORT-AU-PRINCE AND CAP-HAITIEN

A-1-Fundsinvested in production equipment and distribution from
Jan. 1st 1950 to December 31 1959. (This does not include mainte-
nance)


Year 1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959


$223,368.59
194,019.75
134,876.47
157,976.39
163,737.69
239,184,91
317,016.90
212,907.06
257,227.12
154,344.66


TOTAL $2,054,659:54

2-From Jgnuary 1950 to December 1959 the folowing Units
were installed by the Electrid -Company:
Port-au-Prince Plant

Five (5) Units .with a total capacity of 5,360 K.W. --
Cap-Haitlen Plant

Two (2) Uhits .th a. total' capacity of 500 K.W.
3-Total capacity installed to 31 December 1959
Port-au-Prince Plant .

Eleven (ULUpit'. with a total capacity of-9,990 K.W.
Cap-Baitien Plant

Four (4) Units with a total capacity of 1,010 K.W.
B-l-Number of subscribers at the end of the year 1959: 21,114

2--Thettotal of deposits 6iof bsCriers'to December 1959 on list
: A: $126,634.06
3.-ACCOUNTS RECEIVEABLE


To December 31, 14 l..
" f" "' 1950
" ." 1951
". 1952
1954 ,

S" ". i955
1956.


90704.28
90;704.28
94,233.48

158,266.16
175 916.06
Is,.s


1957 -
1958 7
.. .. ,, 1959

Percentage Number of ,KWH
. ,,i ._ :, 1. e:.. .
;: Of ss- Non-egistered .
Year 0 -27.58 4,71513
... 1951 ..2,- 5,459,049,
0 3o.29 6 5,653
1953 -. 29 57 ,
I. 1954 31z60
195 34.82 11,548,
S 1,9 35,3, 13,469,243
1957, 37i". ff902,094
S 958, 40,03 1*,287,774 ,
1959 40.10 19,606,969
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Total of Toss in 10. Yrs. KI.W. 112,04,142 3

. INCREASE OF LOSS I1N TEhi YEARS 45.4 per cent .,
'- ; ,, ,,
-. " ,...-.. "''"^ ,,-- ;., "-,a^' VISM ''.;
-.-Approximatel ,,Pi 0 hau te peta fuel oil to generate
the l12,034,142 Kilowatt Hours that *ere -p, paid for.
---
D.-EleMctrt Power furnished free in rtte of tLb Omncston Con-
tract of 19i4. ,
,. -.i'. ? r ., ,, ,
S 'l D ing' the period .s J uary st 1950 to 31 December 1959, 4802 t
KWH have been furnished free to the Government. : :

r,2.-- AU. the street lamps have been installed in conformity ith
' the contract.


"Bloc Medical"

To Present Evening
Of Song .a
The "Bloc Medical." one of
Haiti's finest student choirs, will
present an evening of Haitian
folksongs and Negro Spirituals
at the, Haitiar American 'Instit-
ute Wednesday, June 8, at 7:30
pm.
The,..40 voice student's' choir
'will be decked in gay Haitian
costumes for the folklore part
of the show. An English-Speak-
ing' commentator will" explain
each number, and trace the his-
tory of Haitian folk music. "We
are' making a special effort dur-
ing, this pro.garh to acquaint our
English speaj.ng visitors with
the many fqrms of. Haitian mu-
sic;" a choir spokesman noted.
Tickets, on sale for $1.0) and
$1.00, may ,be obtained at the
Haitian-American Institute 'or at
the Auditorium the night of the
shqw.. Proceeds. will benefit the
Medical Student's Association.


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Offering t al' tfie adiFantages of large cars, 6 to 7 passe
Stability, Comfort, Power and all the advantages of the sm
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PARTICIPATION COULD MEA
om page 8) of the world sent representatives. Mayor of London at
be held and the to compete 'for this great title girls will each wea
the Miss World and the honor of their country. tional dress.
i's only respon-
be to pay the As. an indication of the import- "The very hign
fare to London ance and interest placed on the which the Miss Wo
the national con- Miss World title a leaflet enclos- enjoys is due to th
d l with the leHttr sent to Haiti' nl in .. 3


d be judged in
as cocktail and


k.ed fr
iptest 1
nt to
o Hait
ould-.
etune
, mize t


9sses these are .garm-
ch; contestants in the
drd contestt are judged."
also stated that all
'cinodation, meals and
ent for a Haitian en-
di be paid for by the
"irsi-'and that a most in-
Mj:i'p~rbgram had been ar-
ior. the entrants' enter-
t.including lunch at the
b eoimons with several
' Of Parliament and a
i~go given n honor of the
nrits-by the Mayor of Lon-
These qutngs. always gain
9t',deal of- pubUllty," staten
.tter.
-e World 1959 created a
e~i otf news for that year
Mel :rsEt time in the
.ig:f .beauty canteats that
i'tlt n s from al parts
"F, ~


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"In 1960 the competitors will
once more be staying -t Lohd-
on's. most luxurious h-tel, the
Savoy and amongst other inter-
esting items planned. or them
is a reception given by the Lord


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_U mu u a1t: Ijji o -t I &SU 1 u0 UUo.X 5l n oUnIoUUIIn andU
Tourist Board states,. "Today the tional contests oversee
very name Miss World is news ses of the-event aro
- everyone is interested in this on the very highest
competition which brings tog- the girls themselves
ether the most beautiful-and ed as ambassadres
charming girls from all the lead- .particular country 't
ing nations of the world.'Dur-. ent. The eyes of the
ing the whole time the ,competi-
tors' are in London for the elect-
ion, their activities are- foUlloW-
ed by the whole world and the.
amount of publicity received
both in-Britain and overseas, RPOIRAU-PRIMI
through press, newsreels, radio
and television is phenomenal. o
The finals of the contest reach
millions otpeople.throtglh BBC
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World 'Contest Desireable
LN NUMEROUS. BOOSTS
Which the be .looking at Miss World." Claudinette Fouchard was in-
ir their n- Only good could come from vited to participate in the Miss .:
the participation in either- or Universe contest in Miami iri
reputation both of these internationally Ia- July but her forthcoming marr-
Drld Contest mous contests, Haiti's Sugar iage prevents her from doing,'
ie fact that Cane Queen of theJVorld, Miss so.
in the na-
conducted Caribbean Construction'Co. S A.:
level, while Builders Of The Military City,
are regard- Gen Manager: Gerard THEARD
ises of the
hey repres- Phone: 3955. P. O., BO.. 284
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PAGE 14 H


This is CHAPTEII H and TITLES XII and XIII of the Cons
titution of the Republic of Haiti as translated from "LE MONI-
TEUR", Port-au-Prince, Haiti December 22, 195a. The "SUN'
will publish a Title per week of the Constitution as it appears an
the original, the
CONTINUATION OF TITLE XII this
Tile Armed Forces sma
a n
Article 175.--The Armed Forces shall be apolitical and strictly und
disciplined. Their organization and the performance of their dutine well
shall be subject to special laws, provisions, and regulations. V
Article 176.-The military career is.professional and recognizes WIVh
only ranks obtained strictly in accordance with the promotion syst tele
em and with the law. n
Anyone who has a military .ink legally nma. retain it tor litk SO
and may be deprived thereof only by an executive order. Brit
Article 177.-Weapons and Iar material may lie imported and less
Manufactured only with the authorization and under tlhe contio Mai
of the Executive Power. An
Article 178.-The duties of tl.e Police shall be separate front Ti
tlose of the Army and shall b- entrusted to special agents will' ey
civil and crinunal responsibility as prescribed by law. ish
Article 179.-The organization. of the Haitian Army and th' train
Courts having jurisdiction over it shall be determined by law. firs
: The. Court-Mlartial must pronounce judgment in the presence o'
Sthe accused and his counsel, and mention of this formality shall
.: be made in the said judgment, uider penalty of nullty.
-.. The accused or his counsel, may submit an appeal to the Courl
Sof Cassation or to the officer serving as clerk, who must receive:
the appeal at the hearing itself or in the office of the clerk of th-
Civil Court in the jurisdiction where judgment was rendered, with
.in three clear days from the date of pronouncement, The tim:
limit and the. appeal shall be suspensive.
L' The officer or the clerk who has received the appeal must, Iran
smith it, together with all the. documents in the case, to the memb-
'er of the Public:Prosecutor.'s Department at the Court of Cassation.
',-:'who must prepare the case for a hearing within fifteen days.
.Article 'S0.-No member of the. Armed Forces on active duty
. may be ;appointed to=any pirblic .6ffice.. .
, ... ,'." .." -" ' ' " ."s
S TITLE XIII
General Provisions

i ' iArficle'$1l.-The national colors shall be blue and red placed -
:i horizdntally in bands of equal dimensions. .
-The coat of arms of the Republic shall.'be the palmetto surmount
--:.ed by the :liberty cap. adorned by a trophy bearing the legend
"i. ~'L'Unionfait la force".(In union there is strength).
'.The .rnotto shall be "Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite."
.-.The national' anthem shall be ."La Dessalinienne." .
:.'ArAtile 182.-No oath 'may be required except .by virtue) .b1 t~e'
1-'Cop9titution .or a; law. .
*. 'Article 183.-The national .holidays shall be: Independence' Dpy.
-.anuari "Heeroes' Day, January 2; Agriculture and Labor Day,,
.May 1; Flag Day, May-18; the Anniversary of the Battle of Ver-
tieres, NO'ember 18, which'shall also the Army Day; the.anriive-.-
t'sy.b. f the discovery of Haiti by Christopher Columbus, Decemb-
S 'ic. r5'- .
:,:. 'The legal holidays shall be determined by law.
tt Article -:184.-No law, decree, or public: administrative reguln-
.'on .hall be obligatory until after it is published, in the manner
S, -determined by law.
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Article 185.-No place in. or part o .he territory may be declared
:a.'in .a..tate of siege except in case i. civil disorders or imminc:t
.'nva' on by a foreign force.
S..- The .act of the President of the Republic-of Haiti declaring a
;',,,'ute of'siege must be signed by the Council-of Secretaries of State
;=.,:.hi ,;must provide for the immediate convocation of the legislative
!.lhod:' to pass upon the advisability of the measure.
_'.i The legislative body shall determine with the'Execptive Power
t-".he constitutional guarantees that may be suspended in the part';
S; the territory declared in a state of siege.
,Article 186.-The effects of the state of siege s'all be regulated
;I ry' a special law.
&. Article 187.-All law codes and all laws now in force shall be
,'.-i.:praintajned in so'far as they are not in conflict with the present
L,0 onstiu o ; .. ; -, "


Caribbean Honeymoon For .Royal C

HAITI COULD WELL BE NEXT PORT OFN
ritish newsmen throughout young couple may. make a port erything and .r
Caribbean are on the alert call. Sun."
week and planes big and So if anyone in Haiti should
ill stand by to fly them at spot a pretentious white "yacht" Early in that,
moments notice to an as yet flying the Royal colors and thp bearing theyoq
designated Tsland which could British flag steaming into the at Tobago,a
I turn out to be Haiti. harbor this week please drop ev- given up yet.-:


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1 and a quarter cup 'sugar


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3 quarters toip soda
A !half top salt


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A half cup sour milk


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PAGE 16 HAITI SUN"


Epic Caribbean Flight In June To Boostl
HAITI ON EXTENSIVE SCHEDULE OF PUBLISHING PRESIDE
Acceleration of the Carbbean tourist :industry is REDTAPE OBSTACLE has offered the use of its ra
ing undertaken in unusual fashion by a U.S. publish "Red tape will be the biggest and base facilities throughout
who is scheduled to cal at Port-au-Prince on Wed obstacle on the flight," states area to be covered.
Conway, we have been working The trip is expected to t
sday June 8th on the second leg of a pioneering light for s to abt three to fur
ine flight around the Csiribbean with his family. get all 'the necessary papers pending on Weather conditi(
r ::eady we'llhave to' lear cus- and the tentative date for depz
. McKinley Conway. Jr., Pre- officials in each of the countries toms some 20 different times and ure has been set as Satur




























































.. . . ... . -... .o ... . ... ..
Hartman the Plywood man fro
-Hartman visits clients Curacao
TIwo couples from Freeport Te
i are: Mr and Mrs S. Nielsen an
Ir. and Mrs. Robert Dunal who
'the Pharmaceutical Maison of
on their fifth trip. Maison Gilg
... A first for television Haiti \
Seat the cinema newsreels... P
Boulos is attending the annual
sva and is not expected to rel
th... Mess night, was the nam
at the Sans Souii Thursday r
hiring to the U.S... lovely Moniqu
in the U. S. Embassy celebrate
s at her Babiole home Wednesday
John Brown is to resume active
old Snyder commentator for the
y is on a busman's holiday tour
es to interview President Duval
half of the island. He is lodged
23rd.... Engineer & Mrs Hubert
itin Pqc~ Ak --7









... 18 "HAITI.SUN"


Revolutionary Bowl Chance

TWO AMERICAN IMPORTERS ADMIRE
HAITIAN CARVERS' SKILL
A acation% visitt to Haiti six Two men are responsible for retain their heavy prinulive qua-
yeais ago resulted in a revolu- the long overdue "lift" given lity.
lionary style change for the Hai- the mahogany trade in 1954 and George J. Howard paid a vaca-
tian mahogany bowl and an up- from their designs and the carv- tion visit to Haiti with his wife
surge in the export of Haiti's ing skill of Haitian craftsmen six years ago and, as do many
carved craft which has flourish- have come a succession of att- touristss visiting these shores,
od since ils inauguration. active modern bowls which still purchased some mah o g a n y
bowls. He found the workman-
ship good but thought that the
design definitely called for im-
provement.
Mr. Howard was a long-time
client of an industrial designer
named Arthur Umanoff, a nat-
ive of Newark, New Jersey who
studied at the Pratt Art School.
did postgraduate work under im-
*minent Japanese sculptor Leo
Amino and then set up his own
company at 150 East 35th St. -
specializing in home furnishings.


Arthur Unianotf, the man who changed the shape of the Maho-
gany Bol I, looks at some new styles at the Meinberg factory
this neek.
IF YOuJ WANT THE
''PAR EXCELLENCE''
IN SERVICE, CUISINE AND
ATMOSPHERE THEN
ACCEPT THE WARM
WELCOME AWAITING
YOU AT THE



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FORMED NEW COMPANY
On returning to the States
from Haiti George Howard form-
ed a new company, Allen Max-
well, Flushing, New York, and
decided -to add Haiti's craft
work to his list of imports which
he distributes around the U.S.
As his designer he chose Arthur
Umanoff and the two Americans
came to Haiti with a batch of
sketches to initiate the new style
for the mahogany bowls.
From mahogany they switched
to Taverno wood and since that
initial visit have returned to
Haiti every six months. They
have too; every time a new style
is presented the sharp Haitian
craftsmen copy it so swiftly that
new designs are necessitated
each six months. Howard and
Umanoff stress however that
each of their styles although new
and modem retain that heavy
primitive value which makes
iHaitian woodcraft what it is.
Samples of each new line are
taken back to the States and ev-
ery January and June they go
on display as part of Allen Max-
well's permanent exhibit which
is viewed by millions annually
at this the woild's largest mer-
chandise mart in Chicago.
This week George Howard and
Arthur Umanoff were back in
Haiti with fresh designs which
they presented at the Meinberg


Two Talks In Fre
U.S. Independi


Mr. James Oberstar, who is
completing, his master's degree
in Comparative government at.
Georgetown University, will give
two public lectures at the Hai-
tian-Amer i c a n Institute's Lin-
coln Auditorium this week.

"The Political Theory of the
Declaration of Indepen d a n c e
will be the subject of a lecture
Monday evening. On Tuesday
Oberstar, who graduated summa
cum laude with majors in French


and poUlti
cuss aspectsj
If the Un
ures, iIVh
7:30 Pmni
A graduated
lege, St. Pai
er studied a-
d'Europe, Bil
is in Haiti witl
Mission as a t
nd English.':
A question p
the talks.


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-.-- ---- -.... .. ..... ,. Brothers Pantal building on the
Grand Rue and one of the oldest
S,. .- .. commercial landmarks in the
-- city. GIVE YOUR I
SThe min responsible for the
S- T. .. mahogany bowl 'face lift" Ath-
,T .PTLE n ..- ur Umanoff, works'' right along- FR E
Sside the Haitian carvers in the
PORT PRICE StOP/ Meinberg workshop and although '
lacking a linguist's control of
r.". U .] "I' Creole or French Umanoff gets E ."
".., alongs fine in communicating
with the workmen by a series of -
smiles, nod s, okayss" and i
"wees." .A yfl


Yes the new Dadlani Store on the coner of Rue
Bonne Foi is surely a "Little Europe" stocked with
fine merchandise from all over the world with emphas-
is on Indian Products. "Little Europe" also means Free


. Such has the export of the Hai-
tian craft' grown that the carv-
ers are now fashioning electric
clock faces and even a new line
of bar stools to please the eye
of discriminant drinkers.
As a tribute to Haiti's carvers
Howard stated this week, "the
real excellence of Haiti's carv-
ers is unique in that they do not
mind changing styles."


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TWICE as FAST
VlV TWICE as BEAUTY UL
APPLIED THE NEW ROLLER-K
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with lia 9 e~neil OfMOM A
Vitc eafileedof SO 91 moenuslae o .meeting aswell as courses in tailoringad
rector Mr. H. Yioe on 3 months in the Cathedral Close .under .carpentry under apprenticeship.
.vacation the'-JJS'O iogato-hehadeo ag he HAND ICAP WEEK PROGRAh$*




















program 0- t sh e: ofa larh tre
ficer .Mr- Casper: D. Green Is y1946 more and. more lian- As part -of the annual, appeal A
temporarily filling the position diape chlenwr pe- and fund raising of the "Asso-
of Acting Director. -Mr. Green's ing and With 20 clhiftaet in,'tt ciation Haitienne pour la Rlai
post is being filled by Mr David enhance the sCathedral dlose be- litaition des Handicapes" a spe-
KegC ame t small; so with .the cil program has been~arranged,
Mr ary oeld aiy aeBishop,'s, perihission and the co- oe120 etr have been: A
to spend their three months' a- sby the Association to bus
catononth Yb frn ttsdith Creche moved inth Red Gross in'ess firms, and companies, in
of Washinigton with the except- Headquarters. More -admore Hatboth in French and Engl-
ionl of a, two week's period which childreh--ogrrdithe1ir a n1rriy o o support for this
L-gelol et-by Plane Portwau-Prince's I'Skyliner Ca- is to be silent on a..,firshing trip site C~h n sY~tycue




















-C-bh 'andai ,W r'th' .
'iqtweked,_fio & egen to ba-ret" Le Perchoir turned on in' Cainada. tide 6 'eadd O *a 9hat 6:36 pin a ei-:n Q
c. o ,wi il nd' such a fabulous party for thWe oreert has, be Ieo arranged at" fhe





















!h6W,- them hisgii,_-W,ife -of, three lar STUDEN-;:S.r: se,
thm s feoftheelage crowd participating Thurs- ST'&TS. Useso b Ha1iw Theatre die Vrdilreieaturifig, a
the ormipiele Madsen. day night that festivities. conti- (Continu~d' firo Paged .nme a wl)iidgliif






















~given,;J num
:ndo~s griDupuyleft nued to officially bury "La Mor-. country, can improve under im- iol 4aeofattswohv iniit ei
tuy.for it sulmmer. holiday in te Saison" to the early hours of perialism" andf "Down with. R'a- thhe lingness, to as pror ds e
'ta~6Mr. DMupuy mil. consult the morning: *cied Discriminato- tHni-oirition-. Shh:~tt
I ,otrs. r'ide op his bad Strictly informal and based on A Police. detachement accom- We.Cleto oe r ~i
ee 71a happy-go-lucky theme th'pr panied acd alte cpsi
Ghre Dejean Jy wined die an. aned, to makh and'atrshttgtefag wr thdg the" s s i to;y to.'Alo
1,ooiay Aboard-the.Pa- the music of two orchestras, -they -movred "back to -the, Law gtesadr of uctoichlhldetcnriu in
de fi Nw or wer tl ar inth cndctv tat;ZdFs utywh'rethy iseredaheresraf thefycint doispteresed.ial bt at prtan \a
t dli@*the J., fiet ieeo E ecorL hr 1mwtotayicdn. tecogpitiono as a Public Utility. As an opportuni to see per-
-.ilePort, au Prince 20 minute, drive' from t-H-lt: aiti's National, Students' Un- AyhHiiA.oeneti oal h okb~gproB
anush 1; ill-pttteSr-.Cetr of the Frqnch Caba, io pf~ h~ is oges15,adi 93i a licesed ed'by the association.the public
E :o]ew1t i~ie e atmospheanteveyp itteSlldgy sPeust under the Dephrtment of Nation- is -to be'invited to the St.. Vin-
*,"crel,. Ciee:-Exporter Wr. iatable buffet which ran all the. Law. Faculty Thur'sdaty and aEdatlnofthHain v-cn'Sho fm Ia 230
C&Mdsen'ef -(by Panam with nig ht., and reevdwill bring. their co-ferenc oaenet.Ti olkdb ka3 tm9adt i 0.t


















-a idently close odaS11
4 1sen v f4 r atou ter da ugtrop inientl frmuche gdourmet com-nt cls odA he aPliointment 6f a supervisor each day and in the Afehok
SQ th hei daghtr mntfro th gormes peset, CABARET.,.-' of studies to coordinate th eclass- from. 1: 30 pm to 3:25pmn, with
pray in -Bkicelona Their were! "BB3".Berto Ba~rcilon and bCotifined from page'* 1) ic Jal program of the school with an open7 house oMa 3h:It
yge w pan Iwyer o e Cribbean -that required by the Department is scheduled, tha-theu
th'Co 1 Of Chill in the Span- the fum food and dancing -that Mills stated, "The, presence of -of Education. also be invited to visit "Le Foyer A
T61tile,_ Center,. many first-nighters havep stated 'orExcellency at thd-dedica- EQUIPMENT DONATED des Enfant$ Handicapes". -..the.
IAaeap o hs hiritnin of returning for. tion o1 the Cabare Power Plant Eqim' o ecigBril orikhie16r the handicap-i
sale. eft h s,, departed 6n a more "Skyliner" parties gives onthis 18th day of May 'was given to the'school by'thel ped children situated on Rue Ide
















a :s'cial 'I
I il hm ro te od aefsceduled. a pecl significance." American Foundation of 0 v e r-, -la Revolution opposite the Meth-
ir-sland otgh teUS Prospective party-g o e rs can he speech "overedgi s ogiteUS the high ea 1nd iclig Braille ldist Church.
pe ak teir.coie o aThrsday spot of Haiti's' history, "Ac-writers,. Braille books and em-
Thelilitary -Attache -of, Fran- or ,'Saturday night "Skyliner", haie, where 'more than a cent- bosed maps, rulers, games.,and ',,The. closing ball of the Asso-
(e-i aiti, (with -rsdnein party at 'Le Perchoir at the mod- ury and'a half ago, Jean Jacques pae.D.EiaehD iiecainwl ehl t Clu
49on,) General Philippe est charge of five dollars per Dessalines in a gesture, the'o otngv h cola.aaei on the 4th of Ju -ne.
G6adarrived in Pprt-au-Prmn- couple'with all dancing and buf- -spontaneity of which depicts the Maico Trainer with extta heaid- For ten years the "Association
lt VIun onday accompanied by feting included. grpdteur, gave to all the heroes 1hne 11o si chlrn.ob s atenepu aRhbltt
iand on a routine visit. Young women afid mothers in' around him, the symbol of the oes for t ix echilrng us Npeht e~niae"hshda t
tieeral and his wife are terested in entering retrt on union 'he had created around deaf-fibutes.Ltragf fro aiprct the boarding, ofhn













reat Laer a git om man-proe
t~~~~~ the otl otna Aceso Turdy a VilMadaine faul.E. Maglo'ire'fmadle dicapped children from the pr'o- d
-rudwvork for the visit of 34- 1anrese are invited to, contact "Te light, of progress and'the it, Iosbet ucaeetaa-vne nodrt nbete
!cn -scientists to, Haiti in Thrry Noustas atL Bel -lght of education, bolth in'separ-,dtr nt o ecigda-t atn h t icn'
_kehr-lof this year was laid 01e'. Able' symbols'-of the -efftrts of mtes .School where they can be treat-
DA., E. Hudson of the Pu- Major Genkral Leland J. Thra- Your. Government (President Du-:- v Mdny interested groups, have ed and educated, and continued
b'Halth Service,, Goldsboro, nathan commandere. of ,Ah US valier6 -,i one yearboth have colc- ads'tbraces and supr fti otycause, is
li, artinaj a guest at' the :Airforce in'teCrba s ube ogt ththi comuity. orthopedic, equipm ent for t66 cli- essential.
I ot 1ntanal this week'. to visit Haiti next we Ag: he speech!concluded witk-the nc hrhgossn he
at visitor ,to aiiD.Mission Chief (o]ii a h chairs anid funds came in for he A rcnl fomd "Junior
eipetstoreur hreOsarG.Jonsnar ofrinig1&$emifro ~i n items of' furniture,- school int eagef Haiti" with some 25'
ne oth with Dr. and Mrs 1-1. 7 to 9 Tuesday 'at the Petion- on behalf of Mr Arthur D. Heas, eilanotrncesteofa emeswt VsesJaculi
Tr'e). Turkel, a ,research-ville Club in honor of the Gen ]president, of' earibbean Mills dysho. eNda as Peiet ai
SCts, ftom Detroit has made eral. 5n. Ihv h oo otr t. Vincent s accet cide ForneR ,ViePsident,
rtstrides -in, the curing of.Abas ador- of Ethiopia in over to His Excellency the Se- from infancy to .18-years-of-age Anne Borno, reporting'secretary,
i m." sm. Haiti and Madame departed May Vretary of 'State for Public in,, the school program and ad- Nicole Gardere, treasurer and
i'alstindieaesofthe 8t anatrip, to the U.S. Wok;rnprsadCm u- uts are accepted in the out-pa- Nicole Blanchet as correspond-
rx. Hudson hbd,, S oaPereLus oths iain the Electric Power tins'evc:Casses include ing secretary are to helpth
goo utbodrd not or an E vnr u d e Ibt. Of- -Cabaret." those- for orthopedically handi- Association considerably by mia
tin1960 a ig n'30" HP model 25022 seril capped children, mentally retar- king a concerted drive for funds
il '-v na' '52-47 11he theives broke 'STEPHEN BROS' ded, children needing sliecial amongst the business commun-







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ght7 or J st, 'into his beach-house.- at, Arcach I E speechh training, classes for deaf- ity and Port au Prince hotels.









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on. EREHIIAD LOIA mtes anid blind children. In ad- The young members of the Yun-
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Corey mih Eelye uigard aforer fortnightly sailings .of the edition there is a curriculum of io egue are to sell artificial
th British Ambssa- beauty /Queen who represented M.V. HAJTI TfRAD)ER' sports, domestic science, music, flowers with tags attached read-
li mii hiils of Haiti at the "Miss Tourist" con-,M .H flMCO A ''swn and -painting and ortho- ing,. "Help the Handicapped."
d im!at her Debuissy. test in Quito, Ecuador, is enga~g- 'Miami- Port Pu rince --Miaml pedically handicapped children Girls are be posted in the city's








afternoon. d to Serge azin the so of ex- nec
af~hon dtoSre ai tesn fe- PERSONALLY SUPERVISED are given the-necssary physical hotel 'lobbies to sell- the button
Mr ahy h-Senator and Mrs Louis Bazif. LOADING AND UNLOADING therapy in ,a special clinic and hole flowers.
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es i tw n.re at ih tth ar TeleSphone, 23645 OPEN NIGHTLY
urtiorL o th U.S-,. Em-. :Coeur,-Turgeau to lovely Suzy MIAMI ADDRESS:
Ahe, 4arry. Truman B17, Jn-Jacques in a 6:30pmn cerem- TlpoeHgln 16
place next S~atur- ony.
SMothers' Day falls due on Sun- in Haiti on his first trip Thurs-
ogitaigst -Frantz cAay next, May 29th, so dns day in company with Mr. A. E.
dompanied' Harry fogtoeand, all ogtta Verhoeve, 'a rbsident oJamaica.
Shis latest recording special something for Mum. The two Philips men are here E A T
cs.ne'rei )Bon- Die~u' re- Mr. H. A. W. Ackerstaff, Ma- for business dicsinWrth. RIVIER ARR TRUMA N VD
idaftr nager of Philips Export .Depot their agents Curacao tng G I
v Gene in Eindhoven, Holland arrived Company.






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,. SUNDAY, M AY "2nd,


JERRY ERRENREICH WRITES GLOWING ITAS PROMISE'S HIATI SUPPORT. 'AT
LETTER TO TOURIST DIRECTOR END' OF CAP IHAITIAN .'CONVYLENTIOQN.
..'. -" 'M"A well organized. program of shall sell Haiti .th the .fo '
publicity -and promotion should moLt thought of t'eme .a
be put into operation immediate- strong bond of unity between ybu
&i'% ly as a means of attracting tour- and/oQurselves. _EaCh IT $ rixedm-
ists from America -and.the Car- ber will give concentripd.e04ffot
ibbean to Haiti," stated Earl to increasing tourism In' Haitf. -
Kennedy, Presidelt of the 'Inter- ,Je it further resolved that
minericen Travel Agents Society thought our enjoyment 'duiMn
at the closing session of the IT- the convention 'has been of the
AS at Cap Haitian last weekend. nighest, we appear before you
The full and continuous supp- at this moment, humble in the
S ort of ITAS members in any co- face of historical facts that have
operative program to be worked 'ed Haiti to proud indepetiden.
out in the interests of HaitP's ce." -
tourism was further pledged by At the conclusion of the busin
Mr. Kennedy. on behalf of the ess session the Leo Schomberg
convention members w ho held fartmily danced a series of Haiti-
their iist of a teek's sessions an Folk Dances. This was foll-
in the patio of the Hostellerie owed with a reception.


Pic. Irom the recent ASTA Convention shows (from left to right)
Iol;,errt Bjussun, (Hotel Ibo Lele,) Andy Anderson (Southerland
Tur-.i Gberry Errenreich (Traveltime Tours-Inc.. Chicago, Ill.,)
J.ttIess Ilonurat (Haiti's Tourist Director) and Rindal Assad
i1ill. Creole.) Gerry recently wrote a glowing letter to Jacques
liiinnr:t thanking him and Haiti "for certainly no Princess could
Ii.he Ihad more attention and service and I am deeply grateful
t, .i, aIll." She added that with an "all-out" campaign Haiti's
ljurslll could well become "a year iound affair."


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Chriqtophe.
Mr. Kennedy- expressed his ap-
preciation for the enjoyable con-
ventional stay in -Haiti and
thanked also the convention co-
ordinator Toussaint Guerrier for
the significant experience of go-
ing to the Citadel. A certificate
of achievement was presented to
each. of the ITAS members who
made the trip tUr the Citadel by
the Mayor of Cap Haitian.
The following resolution was
read by the secretary as expres-
sion of tle 'thoughts of" each of
the ITAS members visiting Hai-
ti; "Be it resolved that their li-
mited stay in Port au Prince and
Cap Haitian has been a -magni-
ficent experieAce, full- of warm-
th, true friendship and geniune
concern. We now know person-
ally how enjoyable and educat-
ional a trip to Haiti can be. Rest
assured that as we go back into
our respective communities that
we shall endeavor wholeheart
edly to sell our clientele on the
wisdom of touring Haiti.
Be it further resolved, that in
representing a clientele of over
14 million--people throtihout the'
United States and Caribbean, we


PRESIDENT. GETS.
NEW MAPS.
(Continued from page 1)
symbolizes about one-fourth corn
pletion of the _project to map
Haiti. Two years ago the Survey
gave the President the first in
a series of 1:25,000, topographic
maps of the Rdpublic. This mar-
ked 12 years of intensive mapp-
I ing effort by the Survey and
Service de Geodesie el Cartogra-
phie. Sinee then, more- than one-
fourth of the. country has been
accurately mapped. Maj. -Kube-
lius 'attributes this raid progr-.
ess. to the loyalty and growing
competence of Haitian technici-
ans, plus the use-of helicopters
and technical mapping aids. The
project should be completed in
two years barring unfdrseen cir-
tumstances, he estimates. -
*The- completed maps may be
used for road planning, agricult-
ual uses and "about anything
someone might use a map for,
someone might use a map for,"
Maj. Kubelius declared.
a


NEW SPIRITS
(Continued. fr i pag- 3)
ANSWER: '"Rig6t;ow ;only a
Siaall' amibnt but in the Fall
-we. expect to put out about
2,A0 battles a weeK."
QUEIS: Where will you find
yoar Whiskey market In Hai-

SANSWER: "We plan to sell
mostly to the Haitian people
and to any touristss who wish
to buy it."

At the conclusion of the.inter-
view ah unaccompanied surve.
to the fear. of the premise was
paid by;Your Reporter to view
the bottling and the "Rectifying
Plant." Haiti Rhum Co., employs
thtee full-time workers and some
part-time workers. 'Ivo men
were engaged Thursday this
week filling bottles of .."Haiti
Club Whiskey" with the orange
colored liquid which ran from
three big jars on a higher floor.
mnd don through pipes made of
plastic to the waiting bottles.

While the first worKer turned
,he control tape on and "'ff -and
.shifted the bottles- into the line
-f' fire the second worker whip-
ied on thi. screw tops' and the
cellulose cap wrappers.
Out back was a yard fuui ol
empty barrels while inside -were,
the huge ,."a'gjng casks" from
the-States, numbering five in all.
-Of ihe "Rectifying Plant" --lay
mans terms, whiskey maker-
there was no sign. -
Jack Sher stated that alth-
ough he thought-of the "brain-
storm" to make Rhum and whis-
key in Haiti it is his 23-year-old
son Monty who is conducting the
business. Jack added that his
trip to Haiti was "just to have
a look at things," Monty Sher
who has been in Port au Prince
since September last is a guest
at t.e Marabout Hotel.


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