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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   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00285


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ME Phone 20 VolV Sunday, November th, 196 o.













"Kennedy avore
."he fervor in the Unit
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STIME Phone 261 Vol XIV Sunday, November f th, e960 No.vembe















tome Is' the topic Pf
e tin re..

S. 'Vice-presidet' Richa *
Manyn

the ,ne The fervor ithe UnitedStats Ambassa E glo and
Guate ala ts over the forthcoming esi-

-Envoys b r N ttg Haiti and the november:. W oute
ma envoy- Jose Artu Gon- a tor John Keedy himslc conersa
z.a as.radlaSa.l d- here. .not sojournede, -r
.. sentatonofettres 6f his sisters aven Ricsard inv-S""
T. e President ofte -iwp'blie: ._t Haiti'if. 16; was, greet :5
Dr. 'rancois Duvalter, received ed here by then President-lW'
.e net. United Statqs Ambassa- E Iagloire and" made a beS.
dor Robert Newbegin and [ua- tour of the country. While Sen- ,
temalan envoy"Jose Arturo Gon- actor John Keimedy himself has-.- !
zales Estrada at, double Pe as. yet. not sojourned' here, two-:-.-
sentation of "lettres-de Crean- 61 his sisters have visited in-ln;
ce" .at the -National Palacq Fri- this country as have- some ofi
4 .anismtrmg. the members -of his '"brain
Minister, Plenipotentiary .of trust" Aur .t.e past 12.,monthsi....4
Guatemala, Senor Estrada, was Presidential Candid!te enne-
Treeived by the President at dy's biographer wvas, one of the-
S (ContIhed on page 19)Y Democratic' sporters..to spend
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s, rarryea,.;:. ..-r [ 'au Prince
ThirsIya. and .departed- Friday
.C 4.(an airamo Bay, 'Cuba.'
iinamQ. Bay is .currently
uid g.grguentation as the'
w ...o see Cjba's. .Fi-
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massive' tctd toM &
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eihelAcagirdss from the:

lunent- to6'Haitian engiln-
the.. massive ,M &' S. .
bu 'covers 2,500 square me-
e built with mezzanine
S iHaltian, engineering
S*Vo anship, including de-
gnd$,fl shin'g, went in-
tl aopcrerte oi~qtruction to
kq ode rnfuctlonal bhulld-
f .te ny with, the w i
p .' at t othiis country.
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The 'vi"ol.n S ay, trninrg paring to ;.I a 'the almighty
attackk o one'pt n to bless those me of good faith-'
,..tl.t. -'E-,c'' .o i..otber "as. cordI ng t.. .e .. t-
hb ined 'arid denounced by .the, tie. oy 'ered h ce of
e .. t is^ week the ,ciden 166wasb n he side-.
,Vsj.a a ir las jed liite 'wa"lk bfo th ofCate rail .
of tftr, ChRsti h. spirit;' '- o rtau Prince:" "'
Just .a-tge fidlels, "were pre (Cinti ie..o pae 1)


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The striking Haatlan bill M & S Edifide


als wrote the boo.tn f-.1osot 0
'. velt entitled "Ly s andthl
Foxes". Mac Gregqr spent' two '
weeks in pott au Prince:
S 27 COMMERCE -Haiti' Seinior Victb r N'-eve""s-
VIPS 'VISIT constant gave a spee-hover Ra-,
Twenty-seven affable' Texans dio Caraibes 'on -Wednesday.' No- itr
from Houston's Chamber of Com- vember 2nd entitled "The ..Tri
mere visited Port ad Prince u.lip of .the Oem aic.Party
for24 hours Friday and met with e Economic, Future of.
local- businessmen .and city offi- lt. -
cials at.a cocktail party held at Inttetding-to give full. cover-
Petionvflle's El Rancho rbom 7 age t the presidential'.elections-:5,
to. 9pm Friday ,evening: Tele-Haiti will by on the air
Welcomed with speeches from from 10p to 1.3m .o. Wed-.
iy Mayor Jean .Deeb, the new. nesday pext, election. night '. -
"S. Ambassadorr. Robert, New- (Continued on page ) 4#)
begin and Edw-ard McGurk,
Head of'the 'Club Internatioi6af I E W o' d
ade Commerce, the Houston vis- it .....
It6is reedod with words from -Defend-. Ha 1ib
Gordon. H. Trrentine, Ge"er |.
Manager Houston C..amber of .A a K
Commerce and toi.. director
Leonard. S. Patillo .the Chamb- 'Cas : Worries
her's business Manager aqrid as- U.S. WORRIE. CASTRO
sistant .tour -director., "' -* MIGHT AIACK HAITI OR "
Taking liberal doses of Hal- "DOMItICAN fEPUBJuC ".
(Continued on page. 2) The United States is worded,-
ene .Max Auguste hat- Fidel Castro might 'use hisI, I
Ren Max Au guste eiw weapons to arm guel la
Passes Away forces for an invasion of Haiti;: .
Following a long illness Mr. the -Dominican 'Republic. Gun-'i.-
,.-Rene Max Auguste passed away temala or Nicaragup, according :',
"at his Petionville home at-9:30 to the New.York Times Novemb-
pm on Thursday. The -uneral er 2.. "
service was held on Friday. Cuba has been reported re-:.
SThe. late Mr Auguste was the ceiving large amounts of arms
proprietor of the "Librairie Nou- from the Soviet Bloc states thed
velle" on. Boulevard Jean Jac- Times. The" United States has
ques Dessalines. The many flor- asked the OAS to assign an ex-
a. -wreaths and expressions of isting six-nation -committee to.
sympathies were tribute to the investigate the arms shipments.,
high esteem in which Mr. Au- The report continues that Pre-
guste was held by .this comrmu- sident Eisenhower had the 'ios-.
r.ty. sibility of an attack on Hajti, or
To his bereaved wife and chil- other Caribbean'nationis, by, Cu- ,`
drer 'the Haiti Stin extends it bJIn mind when he spoke-. of
deepest sympathies. (Continued on page 14) '
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+PAG 2 .. "HA ITI SUN Sunday November 6th .960



in H6ti Mayor aaiisTezans
Si I ( fy page -ve.ry eas s ..l t ree Echols, .I, ,* Presid nt- -'Ciens
ti's "jole de vivre' all 27 of-the h -added., wat3 anbot' having-s4t: National Bank- and' T"tustiC.6
visitors expressed their delight ficient time to see-more-of -the Mr and. Mrs Russel .Jolley,,PR '
-AS .RECOUNTED -t this country. and many stated Republic but this will be right- sident Southwest InduStrfe, .i
:firm intentions of returning here ed by his next visit which .o (Steel products); Mr and Mrs
.- 4. in the near future: plans to 'makd-as -sooni .s s B. ejanson;, Presidif;
'BY ,Port -au Pfihlce Mayor ,Jean sible. -- .- i. eersTeLing Jbr-Ato A
SDeeb stated Friday evening i Pil' Riicrh, 1
OLC EUR ."The Hoston goup.has been. Thefolon st of nang are ich Pn .irin
AUB L ivery sympithh c and we hope the..tw.n member i ther'and Mt'Ar J
S- that contacts between 'Houston Houston-.Cha :be. Comer Pres.idpht Sanitary '.
S '' and Haiti' will 'continue. to be making the three-island to0tr; 4, es, .4nc,; Mr and .-Mr.
S'. .S WEEK more than cordial, because here, Tour Director: Mr, and- Mrs .Russell,. Mapagi
S-Mr.' William White Parish, Director' f Public Relations oin Haiti wehave been misunr- Goidon H. Turrentirie, General BsinesMcis alph,
ng P -residents' Organization -from Newt,-York- d: ,Mr Morris .dbrstood by certain elements in Manager Houston., Chamber .of Rqpley, 'President Ralph Ri~p
Sotan President. of Harshe Rotmani Inc, the 3rd largest the States. a Commerce; Mr and-Mrsf Vaughn ley, Inc. (uri' S Cla.r-S
iP la on F'irm'i th 'U.S and .a member ,of the Young at, Drecto of-.Inte -g (nvrestmfntss .aiason rRDit
io t .When a group such s. 4 onsA,, Mr ".and. "fr W Sr" Chairman ofIhBe BQard Nor.,
idesepn *Organizatioli" from Chitg-madg. anu l es to visit i our ..coti con- -H Av Dire"c Houston top. Dit.oCo.mpany' Men's t .6-
ion .o.e facilities and atmosphere of .I.e o ,th tinued Mayor' Deeb, .'.then .we Itepnatrria. Trade nd, -Travel thens):' rs.Lydia Houston, Presi-
end know that they a tryin to do .Fair; Mr amd Mrs. D l Care- ,de .Llia fouston Academy of
ung residents' Organzatiod ia Busines duca Grofp seethingg for Haiti. eask that. there e t Arht' nc.qau Cuture c. enardi
Presie'l tnts-, .,- ,O h'..-, '. t, post t" .. .-: 11," 1..",,.'C ]l.
`f C-orporations Preidbasho ha 0M s- Asto ill. t atelp-.. Q-:. s. M, .. .-, Man
1T A0tiinn-ia C6. o'.oventon F m i, o Jam A-..' Cuin-dns- -:. (tntg.. at our' Director.),. Hou
t Q.,. he age of 40, w'il ha'e their' rn Conventn and, hope.,hat ethinh cori- EngieeA-M ands of Cm erce. ;H.
S uan, Puerto Rico, from. April 16 thru April 23. Four hund- prehensive wili develop-' from
,l'Presidents with their 'wives,; plus. a topnotch faculty of-. 30 -this particular visit.
latrs.will bhe in San Juan during thal't'eek. Many of the young "The people of .Haitl have a
utshave indicated a .great interest in visiting Haitthe follow- great faith in UnitedStates de- M arie Jeanne
up ag mcracy and have no room for
jg.,seaine.. communism.. We will guarantee AIR-CONDITIONED
;!'Minrss. Parish andf Rotman who spent two days at the Grand that no communist power will
Hotel Oloaon met,'with Government's officials prior' tV the visit step in here while. President .Du-. STRAW-GOODS- FACTORY
y the Young Presidents,'They are now anticipating the. wonderful valier is in power. As long as 134, Rue du Centre
they arre as good friends as this
,in:e These, prospective visitors will have in Haiti.
e these,prospectivevisitorswi.haveiHaiti. Houston group then we would .
- Mr Rene A. Vayssie, Managing Owner of Hotel Roosevelt of like more such groups to bome IOlT.AU-PHINC;, IIAII
San Yfrancisco and wife. Bernice just 'completed a 4 day visit at- and visit us." -
the El- Rancho. Mr. Vayssie, a former Presidept of the Alliance Mr Deeb added "We wish that ."
ancaise in San Francisco, is from French descent. He has in- Houston would adopt Haiti as a S'dOLS ,HANI.NBAGS- --HA.
d kted his interest to develop closer relationship between Haiti ad second 'country. God bless Ame- "
te ....ls p eranc ic ... a' t iv ,e rica. I will always wrlcorme any UAriAN ECTy FRENCH PERF, MEF
"ran.cisco-where the "French colony" is ver.active. He has Aerican tourists ahd ai Aitog 5 R-C P
"Ngested. that the- Public Relations of-th& Commissariat -National here and give them all-the help ". HAI'iA-CERAMICS '
4"Tourisme, fly. to 'Sari Francisco for a. series of lectures at the I possibly can." 15 Years EperienCe in IHae dicraft -
ice Francaise and at the "Salon des dames..fancaises." Bus(ness Manager .Legnard, S. i .
eellknown Amer ca Writer Irring Ston6 announced to friends atillo f me worker-fbr the
-" "- "- "' ... .. -Houston Chamber D,; Commerce .. -. .
r' 4nAbramvitz, Honorary Consul of Haiti in Israel, his scheduled. whn askoed"'io ,:Haiti icamee to ; 00 a T : p
4 vlnivalon; Satdrday November, 9th with wife' Jean-'The ,Stones be chose as sojourn for '
wil -be guests of Natan and charming artist wife Mitza. from Le the'delegationstated Haiti is a "
th the-17th. The 'Stones visited Haiti for the'-first time in June vRi iirftortant island in the Ca-
"'and-'becaie entusedabout the Island. The' -nvitation of ,the ibbean 'and o. trip, which als' m l ;-
-* -: .taldes in JThaiymaea.and.-Puterto .
alovitz came at a moment where Irving needs a good.-vaca-, t a lP d not' t ve aen com- : '. .
Rjdo, would n6t. have beQen com-
i onnow the agony' and the ecstasy on his MICHELANGELO is .plete.itho firtcoung here,"''
fwshed-. H-8 is. the celebrated authorr of The Passionate. Journey Mr Patillo said lat the. visit "
Lbou a painter) which 4sbeirig 'dramatized im t ew York for a by' he 'Houston commercenem-
d, Play .One of. th'e chapters oul. of his book Clarence bes is part of a. long range pro-
q.b.tth Ddfe.se. r "'being "m"ad 'into television pla" the gram 'e. In. the Spring the
group visited' Panama, Guate- *
M.";.part.wl. e played by L.ee J. Cobb, He has also written .maa, El Salvdo t and' other, fl -
l ~ear TTb.a -which. isAktVan Gogh's Aut6biqraphy. Latin Amenca r ,-wu.n'flr-iCes '
'ring is the-t CrAtic for the Los" Aiglel Mirror Net s; he is "Hobuston is a growingg city" '
eponsile Ior the *review-of all the-most important art shows there. sted te buses manager, .it -
'ovely and lively blon-.e. Janet Sue .as :.greeted -here in te UnitedSttes, e .th A E
weekend by.b rrer guest.in .Sti Louis;-:MI,', "oravissahle. pe-' largest city in the nation and YOU WILL FIND' SUPERIOR JA. .Y BLUI .
t '"Gifaij6e -Leveque, daughter of rioted- Haitian Surgeon, Dr.' the oil and 'ptro-c'hemical. cmnt- BON-NE RICE EVERY -'
4 ,rtu'e. 'te w ... .. ...... 1
tveque.fom Port au-Priuce, Guilairie has stnuied labor- er -of the world... 'A HIGHLY VITA NANE RIC CE
"wor ks f6r about two -years ii St. Louis Mo. ga touri SOLD AV tSACK O "' 100" POUNDS
o.n"Hou on ATTsl,.g",atouristA TTH FOLLOwNG'.C -,
wet-works as- qn Executiver Secretary" for .a company in SIl move and her p Ie ar trvel-- AT TrE FOLLOa'INe.G--Pl d. -
.. ing--to.,seek btanesp oppo :rt.uine, Bonnet Gade-A $10.50or .52.50 es.
S ities. -kTfol ston's population is Blue Bonnet Grade-,---B 8 '59 o' 42.50. GOdes. -
B.urtoh Feinerimaii.- a pediatrician froth Hollyood. Fla 932,006.) A lot of. those people Blue Bomiet. Grade-C "- 5.80 r ~29.60, Gdes.'-;
is'beautiful wife Judith (called here Elizabeth 'raylori arriv- here, with the. visiting Chamber, Dis unt of $.30 cents or 1.50 Gde. by 100ib.sack on
ey '-. honey.moon- trip.last week. They' were 'married" 'i o Commerce group, will come y.purliase adp-directly front t-he Rice Mi at DE
tber 23 and spent, their honeymoon 'in Ocho Rios, Jamaica and 'back to HaitiT6otake a longer SEAUX (Artibonite Valle "
P a. PRrine, Hailti. Burt-and Judith.took lodging, al the .Riviera busiand t erhps pr ot Discoutbf 4, r cenon.purel esof0saks or
l '_ ; arind were guests of the Abramovitz last Saturday at La r Patlo wrho has'been with'iln' of.ice. ,
borde .Night Club of the El Rancho. the'Houston Chamber -of tom- O. UY DVA RICE'IS TO BUY
he are looking forward. they said, .to returning here, for car- merce for 14 years and has een HAITIAN PRODUCED RICE
v s' s guests of' the Abramovitz. Their new dreamn6f this young a Caribbean traveller in the TO BUY HAN PRIS T
:,d eba'rmipg couple .is to retire, in Petionville. past, though not .to Haiti, stated HT P DIR T Y N 'TA
That ie. liked both thecountry I INSTABILIZING
.Co.nu)on, M 8) and th peope who he.. foun THE ECONOMY OF THE COUNTRY
: -. 'S... .-- P.,* .eople who e..f,. '' f-ou-ndL

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' Suday November 6th, 1960 i


" H A TI SUN" PAGE 3


END OF TOUR HERE- NEW POSTINGS
TWO U.S. EMBASSY OFFICERS DEPART


c popular officers of the U.
Embassy here, political offi-
Forrest Abbuhl and vice-con-
im Nelpon, together with
families, departed Haiti to-
-the- SS Cristobal after
ring "au revoirs" from
,-many friends. '
r tours in Haiti concluded
hAssy officers and their
Ns left onboard the Pana-
i AUinbr for the U.S. and new
Spfstings. Forrest Abbuhl is to
move to' Washington D.C. and
:'Jim' Nelson to Wellington, the


capital of New Zealand.
A long round of parties were
given for the officers and their
wives during the past fortnight
by fellow embassy workers 'and
George and Gerty Heraux of
the Motel Sans Souci offered a
buffet dinner Friday this week
which was attended by a large
gathering of the respective offi-
cials' friends. ,*....
The Abbuhis 'had been in Haiti
for three years and the Nelsons
for two. Young 'Steve Abbuhl Jr.
suffered an unfortunate accid-


JETS FILMING HAITI


::. i.,(Contlnued from, page 1)
Sovred the capital on film but
o opment showed that cloud
'eUtion had been too strong
Aj-'.the city buildings showed up
.as.dark spots. The flight made
the "Skywariors" Thursday
i' week was conducted under
"aiuch better weather condi-
i
.e"r.To date eight flights have been
'eiide by the Jets 6ver Haiti.
,T i includes two over Port au
'l ice arid twice over the Gan-
O. .r'.and Fort Liberte -areas.
.lights have also bebn made in
.:-tfi 'North and Soutlf sectors of
.the-island. With the weather
conditions getting better w,i t h
the fast approach of Caribbean
Winter months, the planes will
keep u.. with their photographic
.mission "'fa further eight weeks


and until they get all the pict-
ures necessary. k
Over 3,000 pictures have been
taken of the Republic so far:.'
This has been done on 12 rolls
of film, each containing 360 fra-
mes; these will go to 'Panama
for processing and then be pass-
ed dn to Haiti.
The U.S. Navy Jets have
aroused a lot of interest in Haiti.
.Capable of staying up for 4 and
a hall hours each flight the
"Skywarrior" aircraft spend' ap-
proximately an hour-and-a-half
over Haiti on each trip. To get
down to equable shutter speed
for the cameras the planes have
been flying over the island at
around 250mph. This is a long
way short of maximum air
speed which is said to be in the
vicinity of 1000mih.'


J1S MESSAGE IS ADDRESSED TO

ALL WHO WILL CELEBRATE

THE 185th BIRTHDAY OF THE

U.S. MARINE CORPS

i1O YOU, DEAR MADAM,
"Jubt have 'a look
-. We don't want 'you to cook
SOn such a big day
It may! yes, It may!...
It may happen that you'll
Spoil your beautiful dress.
Just trke this address
Anid choose a good dinner
At the Chou-cou
CHOUCOUNE
Be smarl... and look Smart
Fresh and unhurried!


1) Cold Plate: ....... ... .. .. $160
Coffee and lea are extras


per person


2) Steak: ... .......... ..... .50 per person
With (Lettuce and tomato salad
(Vegetable and French fries ,
Coffee and tea are extras

3) Full Course Dinner: ... ... ...$3.50 per. person
With Lobster and steak
N.B.--Early Reservations, before November 9th, would be highly
appreciated
It will be a Dancing-Dinner
J"
...- .
S.. .


ent two weeks prior to his de-
parture when a truck driver ran
him off the road at Bizoton
while he was out horse riding.
Steve received a paI ful leg
wound.' Forrest' and Marge Ab-
buhl have 'three children, sons
Stev"e and John and daughter
Nancy..

Connie and Jim Nelson left
Port au Prince with their dog
Saki and word has it that. Con-
nie will be looking around the
maternity clothing stores on ar-
rival in Wellingto:n, New Zeal-
and.


HAITIAN DIRECTOR AND

PROFESSOR VISITING

UNIVERSITY OF P.R.
The Director of Ecole Nation-
ale des Hautes Etudes Interna-
tionales, Leslie Manigat and Le-',
bert Jn-Pierre, professor at the'
Institute, are visiting the direct-
ors of the University of Puerto
Rico and the University-College
of the West Indies, Jamaica.

*The tour is being made on in-
vitation by the Ford Foundation
through the 'Institute of Interna-
tional Education.


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.. Declared inoffensive to the
U.S. Dept. Of Public Health
WASHINGTON, D.C.

Order through Mascotte Scotte
WORKSHOP


I HAITI THIS WEEK


Richardot, Representative of the UN in Port au Prince, Agronom-
ist Louis Blanchet, General Secretary of. the Agricultural Depart-
ment, Mr Albert Grison, Expert of the FAO and Agronomist Alix
Large. Mr Santa Cruz who is from Chile came here to discuss
with the Officials of Haiti the di fferent projects presented at the
Conference of the FAO in Rome. He spent five days at the
Montana Hotel
-Francis Tockman, Director of Traffic in Chicago is currently
guest at the Hotel Montana.






H i5 IN PETIONVILLE IT'S






{* 1.1@0'fee: altitude.yel only 7minuteb
from the heart of PORT-AU-'PRINCE c

SThe most exquis5ite JieW ,oelookan3 leii y
Ihe b1aoy, ie plarinb,l e mountain .

D eldious continental duisine and superb "-
Servide
I 5eqa st

Personalzed attention to e&ery guest.

SS imminq Pool w1il ,.Lundbeon Lounge
and Bar Panorama Terode '
Air-donditioned de-luxe rooms .



W EEKLY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM
TUESDA "Informail eole 0u [e" ,T)anding from .
S 7:30 PM To mdnig i
JVlerinque inbsTuchon and Contest
'a1 9: 3o.dasual-dres5s.'Jooodmi5ion{ 'ee
vWEDNESDAj: (emplimentary 9et-togete'irPunehbobal
S Potj from 7p m to 8Pp m.-
FRimAy. : aloa.Dinner-*Dande from/7:3oPm oto
1:30oa.m. Superb Shov of 10;3o
SJo admission fee .
A oLL OTHER iHT OCGocka l our rn 7to9 vt)
S natie/ dombo .
S > 6,


^ o4 HAITI

ART GALLERy
0 ol?ve& dv QuAi


$Culptures by

R'.TRANKOIS
J. DU DERRiER.P
O. DUPERRIER
I A.DIMANCHE


PAINTINqGS J
d.edo-
J. E. r-ourgy
V.Denis
L. LazarJ
J. Gabriel
, N Jean.


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"HAITI SUNI"'


Sunday November 6thr,460


M&S Building A Tril



i (Continued trom page J)
With large spacious rooms,
with all advantage taken to let
..in natural lighting, the M & S
building was planned by archit-
ects Albert Mangones and Ge-
rard Roy. Contractors for the
7_- large structure were well-known
engineer brothers A I e xr and
Frantz Jerome.
S tracturdl stress engineer on
', the job was Maxime Leon and
it was he who designated the
'calculations 'necessary for 'the
setting of the concrete support-
ing columns (to allow expansion
and contrattion) and these have
? been arranged in a manner that
..allows the actual 'contraction in
."the cool nights, following day
: tite expansion, to be seen with
the naked ,eye. General supervi-
-..ion of the work .was carried out
:,.by Engineer E. Mercier.
-Today Haitians,, foreign resid-
9- rents, technicians and experts
Fare invited to visit this ne'k,
building where the complete suc-
ess of Haitian craftsmanship .can
Steadily 'be viewed. Every line
and curne was made by Haiti-
'..ans. from the clean lined con-
L. temporary office furniture, much.
of it ply wood covered with for-
. ucia, to the terrazo flooring.
.The furniture for M & S was
built by Raymond Menos and
o o r i ng work conducted by
i.: George Berthold. Menos also
h made the highly functional cash-
..'iars desk on the ground floor.
S.Highlighting the skill that has
fr' gone into the building is the
'amazing suspendpd slab of con-
.-- create 10 feet high, and 65 feet
: dhg., which bears' the company's
,p'.name- in four foot high concrete
1,..lItters.
The showroom of the new M
b u& S buiMing is the largest sales-
...'room in the country and is point-
keA in soft pastel -colors arrest-
i-ng to the eye. In this expensive
room are laid qut in neat dis-
play a selection dof hardware and
general constraqtibn equipment

BOURDON PARK
o .. 'harming bungalows vac.
Z.'.ant, 'farnlshed one -has two
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Apply temils bungalow or Mr.
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that would make the eyes of th1
do-it-your-seller ho b b i e s t pop
ou't.

At one end of the mczLanimic
Lloor is the'administration off c7.
and here too the Haitian motif
has been kept with the utiliza-
tion of a large sisal mat. At on?
end is a spotless cafeteria where
percolating coffee, is kept on tie
go all day and a large refrigei-
ator where the 35 employees of
the firm may keep their lunches.
The entire building is kept
cool and the" air circulated'-by
large exhatist fans placed strat-
egically throughout. This com,
pletely eliminates the need, for
air conditioning in the sales-
roomf
In front of the M & S build-
ing spacious sheltered parking'
is provided .for the firm's cust-
omers 'by ,means of little car
parks under the overhang of the
edifice itself In the large yatti
three trucks at a time can be
readily manoeuvered to load


Gets Trip To U.S.
Le Nouvelliste reporter Joseph'
L. Thevenin has been. attending:
a higher course in Journalism,
on a Unesco' scholarship at a Se-
minar in Quito, Ecuador. Invit-'
ed along with other Seminar
members'last Friday, Theveninr
flew from Quito to Washington
aind then New York to interview
:the two United States presiden-
t.al candidates. Joseph Thevenin
is a fluent Spanish 'linguist.

Mire le Boutique
Features
Latest Fashions
Port au Prince's newest bou-
titique Mirelle Boutique op-
ened on Ruelle St. Cyr, No. 10,
recently under the directorship
of Mrs Claude Fabius.
Six mannequins showed off
the contemporary clothes 'd e s-,
igns at the Cabane Chodcodne
Saturday .week ago and on
Thursday this week a fashion
'show of Mitelle gowns was pre-
sented at the new Luxony. night


heavy construction equipment. club.
S ,,I Mrs Fabius has recently re-
N Moving in by M & S Cons.ruc- turned here from New York
tion, S.A., has been taking pla- where she spent 12 months. For
ce throughout the week and the [several years she has been mak-
front doors will be opened to ing dresses for Haiti's .elite and
customers as from tomorrow her 'designs .are chic and entire-
morning. ly wearable.

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'TRAVELS NOTE-BOOK
.Vo -arotuid.. The changing country- rooms, of t~urse, at lower pr'c-
S\T ', side can keep you intrigue d for es.' An eight-hour tour, including
SVa.. CZon L ives a da3 or a lifetime. lunch, costs about. $5 a person.
S- .. / Some trips can be made in For an excellent dinner a couple" r
T '* c a day. Petropolis, in the nearby may. spend -as much as $6' and0 .
S T Organ Mpuntains is a popular enjoy ..he food of. Brazil -or : i- 4
S' resort \with Rio residents. You ternational cuisine.
can fly to Brasilia, new capital Churrascaria, a Brazilian ,b'tu.r.
de Janeiro, Brazil -.-- All A holiday in..Rio really begins priced to .appeal to the most of Brazil, that has :bee., crepatd becue, ,is. popular wih viitodr '
Edi praise and plaudits accord- fpr most visitors when .they first budget-conscious shoppers. They on a once-barren' plateau 580 The national dish is eijoa'
St Rio pale as you explore stroll along the serpentine moq- range from jiam'onas. to relati- miles. northwest of Rio, which is composeded of Ice,.bc
'i Cidade Maravilhosa -AMTr-., aic of- Copacabana Beach.. ely inexpensive topazes, beryls, .Sao(Paulo. 'great industrial .ci- beams 'and several meats. .
o s City- tlat surpasses ey-; :'On ohe side 'cerulean ,ate,r iametlysts, tourma li ri e and ,y of Brazil, Salvador,.' elbm, Th e night clubs here are n'i ch .
.y. expectation. :, edges "a beach thronged with aquamarines. There is,a dazz- inf the tremendous, spectacle pf-likeyou'd find .in New York r
ights'made familiar-by words bathers. -Across. the, street the ling array ,ofs ha p es, sizes, lguassu- Falls, are among .the in- ,aris, except. that you.can have
pictures leap out of the laTid-., luxurious, pristiiie white build-I mountings ana cuttings, of these iumrnrable aftuactions. But re- more fun 'and spend less money
"as p )our planel approachs ings. face -the sea. In'ne direct native stones... member. that Brazil ranks as for your pleasure or. 'try o''e of -
oo Airport "or 'a. landing. tion the 'bulk of Suigar Loaf Here,. where, the mountains the world's third' country in Size, the sidewalk cafes or visit a
Rio no5w is less'4han a 'h'lf, 16oms and in the other the tow- meet th.- sea,-.youu'll .find the and distances ,anr be .great -es-. midd!e-class spot. In., many: pla-
.fro Haiti as Pan Am jets. 'Tsing statue' of Clist. 'the Re-, people charming and hospitable, peciall'. when you, can't meas- 'es. the patrols, 'sing alo-g .vith
1s flight times. deemer-'domindles the skylinene the f6od exclient, the service ut1e the miles m i "terms of jet the music and-pro\idtheir-wr
d breath of spriu ;is in the froi, the .toof Crcovado'Moun- .gopd, hotels. opulent and with it. travel enertainrhen "
Rio: -The southern city en- tair- ",'. all there are-price tags-thatr give ; 'Mpst Nvacationers are content Pla Am;-jet Clippers'make the
s- a,,'lMiami'iB ea.,c h climate, Wander ,~oni the -waterfront 'youi dollars robust, pre-inflation to estabfish a'base in Rio and fl.ight..to Rio in 10 hours a^kd 30
iakroutid,.but to the southern' and the streets becorpe narrow o'er ... .. *' riturfi, to it each night. .,, minutes:. There-'s a* d pg
spheree the .:seasons 'are re- er, and more'picturesue. 'irin You won't, tire of Rio,, but ( When ,ou choose. you, :hotl stop .at.Port-0o, S ,pa d,a
and' the thermotnefer il.l a windo- shopping expedition here. is more'to' se. in Brazil. you' do. well for yourself thaL gveyou-a,. I an to
rfi. ,' the. tiseerntes log -a main business thorough- :f -you have. the time to det lash double room. that ..renti ltretch y6our le'gs.g he
gli.the 'end of the year. fare you'll discover :the city has day. There d 4,872-e hl. ,h- ,
fst.i view o Rio fron. disappeh ed..a'nd.youtre',in a CACIOUIJE ISLAND ,Q',., .'
a lureveal the' starting park., : :-., ..a A"IBO' BEACH" .... ,
o- f= the. lay .anid th. "-Te'T sho 'ou- pass ---especia,- 'y0,, 'Af..
1S OUR IIAiNPIW. '-E MAJESTic ,
a.,coastal city, teruptd, in ly 'the jeweler-'.s- hake. their OM.MAJESTIC AND
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importing from abroad. Evidernt- jobs for them in their res ect-
An Economic Commentary .ly, this will only be possible if ive fields.
the new Inter-American B a n k
ON HAITI founded to help the Americas is There -are, .undoubtedly, some
By F. L. BOGAT economy are sincere and willing, small projects, they would fin- willing to finance without too small projects that we cai, in
The folloui'ig study of the has- but the fact remains that it is illy become important factors in much red-tape those who are in- the long run, realize by our own
s problems of Haiti's econ- of major importance for us to the evolution of our economy. terested in promoting the erec- means, but our financial possi-
my and (he need tor rapid tec- obtain a substantial aid that will But in vie- .of the fact that we tion of Sugar-mills, Refineries abilities are so limited, and -we
fiction was translated by the help us to build roads, modern do not have the means to de- fbr vegetable oils, Fruit canning are so far behind our schedule
tithor, Fortune L. Bogat, from airfields, hydro-electric plants, velop thert, we can, without he- factories, Paper factories,. Hous- that, a massive financial aid. is
tas Informations Techniques & and housing projects, to reha- situation, call them useful-pallia- ing projects, etc. We have'hon- just indispensable if we want to
'ommorciales" of Tuesday Nov- bilitate our communications sys- tnes. No intellectual understand- est and experienced business- fight poverty, unemployment, il-
mber 1, 1960.' tern which is almost nonexistent, ing of our problems will resolve, m e r w h o can also c 6 unt literacy, disease, etc., and face
and to carty on a wider program them. The solution is in concrete on the assistance of an appre- the problems of an increasing
One of our most tormenting of alphabetisAtion. The ex-pans- and realistic action. cable number of %well-trained over-population. We have quite
problems, and the one that imn- ion of our economy depends on Haitian technicians and skilled a few natural resources, but- the
oses itself to ouir attention, i4 execution of these important The execution of the above laborlrs. Under- favorable con- main one and'the most import-
re economic crisis lve are con- works. We certainly welcome mentioned, basic projects would datlns, and on a basis of pn- ant is our man-power nobly vre-
onting. VWe hear about it all and greatly appreciate the aid permit us to realize certain other vatd enterprises, our business- presented by our rural popula-
ay and every one seems to we are now getting in the f?rm lesser ones of first necessity men Will be more than glad to tion.'This reservoir of national
now' exactly what to do to mo- of small embryonic projects, but which have already been studied promote such industrial-cooper- energy can only be' .tapped
lize our economic resources in unfortunately their effect on our in- view of increasing our indus- natives. We will keep on training through the scientific expansion
rder to remedy the situation, economy is hardly felt. They are trial 'establishments, our export more technicians and 'skill lab- of our agriculture- in' close foor-
ndoubtedly those y'ho make re- in fact virtual assistance to cultures, and make it possible ,to orers;' certain that they will dination with the increase-of our
larks, suggestions, and recom- keep us going. Naturally, if we manufacture in a near future stick to their specialisation be- industrial establishments. -*
lendations on the subject of our had the means to complete these certAin products that we are now cause we shall have plenty, of (Continue1 on. page& 13)

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"HAITI SUN"


LIationalDry Cleaning Progressive Firm

Continuous Addition Of Modern Equipment And Technics


-Priding itself on customer ser-
ie during the past seven years,
,e National Dry Cleaning firm
r- an establishment constantly
jogressing and keeping apace
iti the wdrld's latest dry clean-
ig technics..
Members of the local press
Pre invited recently to look
qre ;the modern dry" cleaning
tiferprise sited on the corner of


Rue Laimarre and Avenue John '6 wi'h the insltallaton of the During a tour of the exten-
Brown,. a modern blue and w:ite latest mode' dry cleaning ma- sive plant the directors point-
edifice established in 1953 by the chinery. ed out the functions f the three
Dernize and Bourrand Families. Recently two new departments departriwnts housed in lie large
Since the inauguration of Na- rolled into motion and today Na- build-ng. First com's the dry
tional dDry Cleaning the proprie- tiunal Dr.\ Cleaning is the first clearing section where the re-
tors have -ensured the keeping such firn, in Haiti to specialize moval of all types of spots and
up of new processing and equip- in the cleaning of carpets, dra- stains is a specially conducted
ment in the garment and cIea'- perines, curtains, chair cl.'ers under the supervision of Mrs.
ing industry and the first maj3r and ever automobile seat cov- Bourrand.
transformation took place in 19. ers. In this department National


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;.,Two operators utilizing the newly acquired machine for .peed-|
S and efficiently cleaning carpets put into use in Haiti by Nntion
i Dry Cleaning. The machinery also cleans draperies, chair covI
ers, curtains and even automobile seat covers.


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In goes the shirt aud a" few minutes later out it comes' freshly
liiiundered from the shirt cleaning unit installed at the National
Dry Cleaning establishment in Port au Prince.


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Dry Cleaning conducts a-proces1
of protection a g a in s t motthij
which is systematically. made
without addi tonal charge.'. Als
sited here is the pressing sce.-'-
tion where within 20 minutes'i
laundry is returned to the oin-vn
er fresh and ironed. -0
The second department is,
laundry which features a mod:-
ern shirt machine that launders
the garments rapidly and impbec-
cably without any danger of but-
ton removal or creasing. It il
here in laundry that the "famin'i
ly wash" is conducted sheets.
spreads, towels, nappies; rigbtN
down to handkerchiefs, all are
processed in this department
National Dry Cleaning has ifns
tituted what they term the .'N
nily wash bag." the laundry.
takes in the families' wasiimg'
on Jthe Monday morning at the
special drive-in and it is return
ed on Wednesday at clbosiA
time.
Proud of their newly inaugur&
ated carpet department th& di;"
sectors of the firm stated tiai
carpets, draperies and car seatR
covers, etc. are treated .ike
suits. If .they are 'not cleaned.
they swiflty become rundownj
in .tropical climates: and thereZ
for,. it was' added, these article"
should be cleaned" once .everyI
six months or. at a maximumA
once per year. Ensuring th1
latest in technics, National i''y
Cleaning is affiliated to "af
pet Kare" one of the largest
organizations in the United -Sta.-
tes dealing with this type, ,o1
cleaning. .
To accommodate clients the ary
cleaning firm has recently .built
a- car park that will take up- :|
eight cars at a time and in,-,a
edition a new curb service is oftl
fered wherebye an attendai"
complete with uniform, is ready
to accept customers' dry cle an .
ing, laundry or carpets, without_
.necessitating the client getting
out of his or her car.
National-'Dry Cleaning continue,
ed that a further public service'
had been added this year. Ti
service provides customers wif6
free information on stains, ney
materials and methods of clleaqn.
ing.
National Dry Cleaning wy'ikctb
the American Institute of Lauhd'
ering and the Karpet Kare
means that all that is new in.
the domains of materials,. cap
ets and cleaning are communi
cated direct to the firm in Potf
'au Prince which states thatA
is only too glad to pass this .ii-'
formation on free of charge' tb'
its clients both present and ft--
ure.


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M.V. HAITI TRADER ;t

M. V. HAITI MERCH
PERSONALLY SUPERVIS1E
LOADING AND UNLOADING.
SERVE HAITI AND FLORIDA.
forthnightly sailings of the : '
Miami- Port an Prince -Miiniln;
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The designers of. America's vo- including ,, c mbigqti thrI
ting machines have done their. keys 1 and two sefis {^ reve'
S utmost to make their product tampering with The machine
fraud-proof. One major voting Two of the keys are used at tUh
-;.I. _machine manufacturer has. dev- polls to lock the machine after
6 eloped several control features, final inspection before vOtin

Ior .1960 1e


Elections

60 Pe rent Of Votes To Be Automatically Recorded
Some 67 million A .:ricans 500- and upon which ite voter so constructed that voters can
will go to the polls on Novemb- registers his choice, is screened pull down only one lever -that
'.er 8th to elect their 35fh Presi- by a curtain which forms a 3 is, make one choice- for each
Sent, and approximatel- '0 per by 4-foot (121 by 152-centimeter) office. But they Can als6 be ad-.
-cent of the votes cast ..'ill be cubicle when closed. justed to situations in which vot- *'P
recorded. automatically. A voter's first step is to tur.a ers must select several candi-
a switch activates the machine dates for a board or a commis-
.The voting machine, of course, and closes the curtain around sion.
h.s..hardly an! innovation in ,the him. He is now ready to cxer-
Thubnited States. It was first intro- else his voting rights in absolute Final tabulation of the votes
.Cduced in 1892. But in recent privacy. To make his choice, he is simple. Next to the name of
years it has become increasing- need only pull a lever next to each candidate, there is a little ,-, --
:y popular. Voters have found his candidate's name. If he finds computer which counts the bal-
_that the machines are simple to he has made an error or has lots as they are cast for him.
operate, they are rapid -both changed hils mind, he need only WVhile the election is in progress,
,n operation and tabulCton of flick the lever back to neutral these computers are hidden from
results- they are economical, and make another choice. view by a metal strip. After the
atid.above all, they are accurate. When the voter has completed polls close, voting officials, equ-
3They also enable voters to bal- his selections for the various of- ipped with special keys, remove
1 li6t incomplete secrecy, and they fices, he turns. a switch which the metal strip and read the
are, for all practical purpose, records his votes. This switch total count for each candidate.
fraud-proof. also automatically flicks all the After the necessary certificat-
The- average machine -there levers back to. neutral, and fin- es announcing the totals have
. 4are several makes---is 77 inches ally, and oly 'after the levers been signed by- the appropriate -'- -
-'high?' 48 inches wide, and 22 are in neutral position, automa-- election officials, the machines, On November 8th some 67 million
inches deep (196 centimeters tically opens the curtain to al-, htill carrying the voting results, r th mericans will ca60 thei. r"otes
high, 122 centimeters w:de, and 'low .the next" person to exercise are locked away for at least 30 elect r 3th Preside Apprbximately 60 percent of, these
.56 centimeters deep.) The voting his rights. The entire process days. If a recount is necessary, voles will be recorded automatically on voting mnachines.'In recent
S.ipanel which contains the names takes some 60 seconds. the machines are available for ears the voting machine has become increasingly popular. Voters
of-the various candidates -up to Incidentally, the machines are re-examination. have found the machines simple to operate, rapid, economical
aid accurate.



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4artsj d, after breaking a In case of electric power fail-
mbered -seal, to show the in- ure, the machine can be easily
vidq totals when voting is converted to manual use. And
SrodOnce the results have finally, all ballot labels are pro-
n psed, the keys cannot tected by a heavy transparent
vd and the machine covering that 'prevents mutila-
an be- reactivated until the tion, shifting, or disfigurement.
t 'ftepares it for These safeguards, before, dur-
"Cib" tihis" can be ring,. and after the elections make
S>use uf" a third key it virtually impossible to tamp-
S[b'the 'custodian, who er with the apparatus.
a protective seal be- One of the most attractive
remove the oldbal- features of the voting machine
)t. i. a hew one. is its economy. The most coin-
,gmacbhine includes a plex machines currently 'cost
e cord counter, which about $1,800 each but simpler
i'-rpse t.TI registers models cost far less. Since-their
Ie i r'[". times theaverage life expectancy is about
.l operated throughout 410years, the per-year outlay is
6s the face of the ma- small. There is little or no main-
+ daily vote counter tenance, and since the parts are
s o wheri the polls op- especially well constructed and
-Pegisters tie' number the mechanism thoroughly test-
vot ng. in an indi-i- ed, mechanical breakdowns are
at .T these .two count- extremely rare.
|flereht inter- The .voting machine also cuts
s, toi.de a- dou--:doiwn election costs in other
n ee s'tithatthe num-. Vays.. Since votbs can' be cast in
r s Usi rg the machine less time on the machine than
i.wes W-tb the number on paper ballots, precincts may
e .c %on. the ,pio. lis be consolidated. This._ reduction
Sine aJ6 tai'.'a in the -number of precincts cuts
Slul efices cof.rof latch cost of personnel, supplies, and
t st^ voterr from rent. Since the machine is cquip-
044 in a ne~:,bdlat.. As ped with a curtain which, con-
lie ,,,"ch e 'liboo1- an ceal]s he voter, the expenses of
o ci ut-thie latch.which constructing booths, is eliminated.
S!tetolifik-on 'th There is alsq a saving in print-
a tiv The' latch is ing costs since paper ballots are
l aWdaed n e ni no longer necessary.
Sstered.. 'lhe 'ma-
c ine f.operate again' un- Today, there are an estimated
ti th puli out the latch 110,000 .voting machines through-
t Qtei: ,' out the' United States. Most of..


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in complete privacy, 'a voter pulls down levers next ti
. of her choice. If she makes a mistake or changes he
.need only flick the lever back to neutral and mak
hole. The large levers nbxt to the party labels are fo
cket voting. Prior to casting her vote, the voter ha
e switch at' upper left to her right. This activates th
and closes a curtain around her to assure complete pr

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these have been purchased by
county, municipal, or village au-
thorities under various financial
arrangements. A
Most counties purchase the
machines under a lease-purchase ..
plan that is, they, pay the ma-
nufacturing company a yearly ,
rental fee which is credited to- -
wards purchase of the machine.
Under this plan, a county can .
pay for its machines in seven
to ten years.
Other counties buy the mach-
ines. with funds raised through
the sale of special long-term
bonds. In cases where machine-
voting is required by law -in
seven states in the U.S.- state,
governments Jend the counties
up to 50 percent of the price.
In addition, to help defray pur-
chase costs, counties Often rent
their machines to cities, towns,
or villages for use during local- _
elections.N


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Contact Fabius Dutch Line
Phone 235.

FOR SALE TO THEA
HIGHEST BIDDER
1 Chevrolet 1957 Belair
1 8 Cyl. Sedan,
may be seen fron- 8:00am to
5:00pm, Monday through Friday
at the USOM (Point IV) Build-
ing, Parking lot, Cite do I'Expo-
sition.
Sealed bids will be received
in the Point IV Adminislrative
Office until, 4:00pm, November
15, 1960.
Point 11V reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
See receptionist for inlorma-.
tion.
October 26, 1960
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OAS Expert Here To Formulate Tourism

.-. A boost to Haiti's tourist in- all of the country, examining all
S.-dgstry and influx may be forth- possible tourist angles and then
coming. Here to formulate a, reporting on what must be done
- .plan for this country's tourist both in Haiti and abroad.
development is Mr. Louis Law,
an expert on tourism sent here An expert on tourism in all
--. by the- OAS. its facets. Mr. Law attended
On the request of the Haitian school in Paris Greece and Ita-
-_Qovernment the OAS (Organiza- ly. When Mr. Law finally got
,'.tion of American States) has around to visiting Scotland, his
.sent Mr. Law here for a three native land, he found that alth-
i:"to four months period to eval- ough he could speak many lan-
.-.uate this country's tourist pos- guages the best he could sum-
S..sibilities and submit a plan of mon up in Scotland was "plum
.both internal.. end external de- pudding." His family language,
velopment. :s, however, now fluent.
SInterviewed by the "Haiti Sun" Louis Law entered tourism in
-this week, Mr. Louis Law, born 1908 in Europe as an employee
.i Paris of Scottish parentage, of the famous travel agents Tho-
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War II he has been the Chief
of the British Travel Associa-
tion in the U.S.A. Mr. Law has
also been vice-chairman of the
European Travel Commission
and an executive director of the
Caribbean Tourist Association.
In this latter capacity he visit-
ed Haiti, a member country of
the CTA, four times. Mr. Law
retired from his position with
the CTA in 1955 and then put
in two terms as executive se"
cretary of the Grenada Tourist
Board plus another one-and-a-
'alf years as a world traveller.
Here until the end of next Jan-
uary Mr. Law stated 'this week
that "Haiti has tremendous pos-
sibilities and is by no means
gettingg its full share of the Car-
i3bean bound tourists."

13AL DES ROSES
BRINGS IN TOTAL
1,200 Dollars
The Junior League of Haiti's
"Bal des Roses", held October
23 at Hotel El Rancho, was suc-
cessful in raising a total of
$1,200 for the Maison des En-
fants (House of Children.)

Sponsored by the twenty young
ladies of the Junior League, the
Rose Ball was the second such
fund raising event held by the
organization for charitable pur-
poses. During the Handicapped
Children Week the Junior Leag-
ue so!d artificial- flowers and
raised some $300 for the Sister
foan Margaret Home and School.
The house of children is ex-
pected to open shortly at 31 P.ie
Pan American i Petionville
Road) and is an establishment
sponsored by the Happiness Ex-
change in New York, a non-pro-
fit group organized by Joseph
"Big Joe" Rosenfield. Mrs Ben
Schindler originated the Maison
des Enfants and assisted the Ju-
nior Leaguers for the Ball-. Ni-
cole Gardere is the President of
the Junior' "League.

M At the Bal des Roses the or-
chestra and the artists donated
their services and the Hotel El
Rancho donated all profits from
'he sale of refreshments.


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Sunday Novemb6r Gth, 1966


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"HAITI SUN"


An Economic Commentary


r(Continued from page 8) out contest at the present mo-
er-tain counties experienced nent -- the world's leaders in
,. trouble in obtaining financial economy.
[ because of their geographic-
,and strategic location. We do On the'other hand, while o he
Happen to, hae that 'privil- disquieting evolution of the So-
'.but in order to off-set thit viet preoccupies humanity, the
#ency we offer to those' who world's attention is focusedd on
to invest in the country the fast growing economy of
options and reductions of Western Europe. We watch with
toms duties, income tax free amazement coming up from itq
r.'a number of years, abundant ashes a new revitalized Europe
hd cheap labor, a sound 'mon- whose progress ,and energy is
.systdn, and the diversity symbolized by the Common Mar-
rom climate that makes it con- ket around which a free-trade
nlerit for a variety of cultures., area is developing. It would be
Sof course, only expect to re- a good idea for us to look into
hive, that aid from th6 United that European resurrection in ari
states of America. Fifteen years effort to determine in what pro-
o' we would not have to spe- portion we may increase our
y. The' British Empire, w#as trade' with that part of the world,
igirnnlg to fall apart and the more so. that in the past we have
t ,te, StWfe had 'no rival.. To- advantageously dealt with. the
r world offers a muwh dif- old World.
a< -, To some. people economic que
Surfing. the past years the Uni- stions are just words, and abs
lStates has been going fractions that make no sense
gh a vast economic revolu-. To the businessmart it is a brut-
S Ndw industries are, rising al reality ,with 'which one mus
Over' that".im .mense country count at'all times. To him, an
'a rate-never known before, effective economy' must be ii
;e can qay without hesitation ftlnction with- our present needs
Si.the Urnited.States are with- and in provision !of what the


future wvll be. In our century
events, follow with a surprising
swiftness; business conditions
change every hour in accordan-
ce with the attitude of-nation
towards nation. A constant and
realistic effort is necessary to
advance. On the economic plan,
and nothing should be left to the
whims of hazard. Our century
is also 'full of unexpected events
which make the future. of the
world unpredictable and extrem-
ely precarious. Paradoxically
enough, due to daily inventions
and' discoveries we are algo
living in a fairy world, oppress-
ed 4 'the same time by the
pangs caused by the infernal for-
ces. that we have released from
nature. It is, in that suffocating
atmosphere that are rising as
free and independent nations -
those countries that till yester-
day were under the domination
of colonialism. These newly born
states are already engaged in a
battle against poverty, illiteracy,


t disease, etc; they have joined
the ecoromnic battle of' the und-
1 er-developed countries; It is not
,* only a duty, it is an obligation
e for the more fortunate nations to


see to it that the under-develop- on its issue. If these countries '-'
ed ones win that economic batt- sucumb in their fight for the es-
le, because the liberty, the pea- sentials of life, they will drag r.:"
ce, the progress and the proper- the rest of the world, down with -
ity of the entire world depend them. ;'


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Sunday November 6th, 1960i


HAMPCO NOTICE

n. F HlJmo U lt Srk


Be Selective


Have you e ve r visited the
market at Croix des Bouquets?
Have you had the time to go
to the slaughter house in the
back of the market and see how
slaughtering is done and how
meat 'is sold?

If you have not we would like
to suggest that you take a time
from any Friday morning anfd
visit the Croix des Bouquets
area and then when you get


December Visit By
Senator Gruenin?
FOUGHT U.S. OCCUPATION
I
Senator Ernest Gruening, the
'Caribbean Senator," has indi-
cated his intention of revisiting
Hait.i for a few days in Decemb-
er,, according to Cbatelet des
Fleurs owner Atherton Lee.
I-
Although he is the Alaska rc-
presentative in the U.S. Senate,
Ernest Gruening, through his
long association wih Latin Ame-
rica, has earned the title of be-
img the Senator from the Canb-
bean. He is perhaps- more ac-
quainted with this area than any
"other U.S. Senator.

He has travelled extensively
in Latin America was the last
Governor, of Alaska and fought
for Statehdod. Also a good fri-
i: "end of the late Haitian Senator
S. i e r re Hudicourt. Gruening
.* wr6te many -articles, mostly in
,. the Nation opposing the U.S..
'Marine occupation of Haiti.
., i

. Port au Prince Visit by
U.S. Navy Destroyer
Rich-
The United States Navy ves-
sel USS Rich (DDE-820,. Navy


escort destroyer, arrived in
Port yesterday aqd is expected
to depart agdiri today following
a shore respite for her 13 offic-
ers and 246 enlisted men. The
USS Rich is under the command
of Commander C. 'F. Harding
and is a non-saluting vessel.


They Forgot Duty...


(Continued from page 1)
h As Mr. Leon Fontaine, Direc-


U.or eaILUR a e tor of the primary section of the
Lycee Alexandre Petion, was
leading his students towards the
home think about the people who Church (where they were going
consume those products from to assist at the regular 7amn
beef and pork. M Mass) he was assailed by a
We are sure that it will hurt ..personage" waving a cudgel in
the fine senses of each of you the air.
that would make a visit to Croix
des Bouquets slaughter house It was Maitre Jean-Louis, a
and we are sure it wil. hurt all man recently fired from the Ly-
'the more when you come to cee Petion who had not found a
realize that that is the meat and more elegant manner to chatise
pork sold to you through the his ex-director who he evidently
charcuteries and butcher shops held responsible for his being
of this City. thrown out.
It is incredible that you should without preliminaries Mr. Jn-
allow yourselves to purchase Louis began to belabor Mr. Fon-
these products 'and more incon- taine with blows from the cud-
ceivable that your charcuterie' gel which was studded' with nails
and butchers sell these products like a medieval weapon. This
to you when they have readily caused a great commotion right
available in their stores to offer'on the front steps of the Cathe-
you for sale HAMPCO healthy dral with the cries of the stud-
and sanitary frozen packaged ents, the indignant protests of
meats from selected animals certain of the faithful, the ener-
both beef and pork at prices al- getic intervention of a group of
most as low as what they are young men and the lively inte-
now selling for example: rest displayed by the "badauds"
They can sell to you HAMPCO idlers.
frn onand iacka n ercnad ra.,t- for 40


cents a pound which at HAMP-
CO wholesale price would give
them a profit of 25 per cent per
lb. Now cons'.imer of Port au
Prince can you tell us if'-there
is any reason ,why your suppli-
ers should prefer t offer to you
unhealthy and unsanitary. ,a
m~ ats:'


In the finish the police arrest-
ed the assaulter but not before
Mr. Fontaine had fallen to the
ground bleeding freely from
cudgel blows. The Police opened
an Investigation and Le M-Tatin
cautioned that this was no laugh-
ing matter to happen to the first
establishment of' the Republic.


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(Continued from page 1)
Guantanamo's importance fo;
the defense of the hemisphere
This was taken in the U.S. as
a Plain warning to Cuba, which
has been hinting at an ousting
of the Navy base at Guantana-
mo, Cuba, but also to the Soviet
Union that the U.S. would in-
te r v e n e if 'expeditions were
launched from Cuba against oth-
er Caribbean countries.
The United States President
announced on Novembek 1 that
the U.S. would "take whatever:
steps may be appropriate" to
defend ifs naval base at Gunn-
tanamo. The President asserted
also that the United States
would not agree to any abroga-
tion or modification of the trea-
ty assigning it the right to main-
tain a. base at Guantanamo Bay.
The treaty dates from 190.'
following the Spanish-American
War,, in which the United State:.
liberateed Cuba from Spanish
rule.
The President' said that a
clear understanding of the Unit-
ed States position was essential


because the intimate relations"
between Cuba ,RqU The Chinese
Communist-Sore' bloc had in-
creased the importance of the
base to the defense of the West-
ern Hemisphere..

In making public the state-
meent, James C. Hagerty, pres-
idential press secretary, noted
that S'ecretary of Defense Tho-
mas S. Gates Jr. and Admiral
Arleigh A. Burke, Chief of Na-
val Operations had made simil-
ar declarations of United States
intent.

The State Department, a lso -i
has left no doubt that if Pre-
mier Fidel Castro tried to take
thd base by. force, the United
States would 'fight. "

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In Haiti This Week' H, with traditional Kodak PRESIDENTIAL GUARD OFFICER
(Continued t'om page ) 1.,Relina pre6esion, is a new mod-
ij $ruue Sp' if tetz so o M' A. V Sp ilet (Ge' eral M i- el with choice of line intercia n-
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: -. .. geable lenses from 28rhim to :135
theEsso :here) and wife, 'was at thp .Bowen Field last m. Al, lenses couple aitom-
.th.:his; paE'ents ''and "ramssante." sister baphne to wef- tienfly to rangelinder, which is
"-'i*dfatie, Mr. Louis J. Wankum, Sperinterident of the ouinbined with a bright, paral-
Daupin 'and vlfe Simone. (de:. France). 'The Wankumins- lax-free,..- projected variable-fra-
ma ;vacibn trinp. me finder. 'Built-in exposure
VAeh rsit iTer linked with all lenses.i
c r iurel, Shindler wife of, the Prsi nt Shutter-lens linkage' maintains .
otookff Sunda mornig.to New York. Muriel Las .correct .exosure for all shutter
fe'l'ofram her very important friends in Nev YoLC speed, A superb'., oloar-sUd" i
i n tto eloor.li mtervi w to put ,'Haiti n the good ne's am .
eract e be propaganda of the ABC p-ogr.a o, o -Wit.50.m f-2l.8 le ,and r- '
3 ryng, case, $104,50 ..
3 Mu ie is .to appear in a..prdgram of one o t.:e mi y, .. o.10 ..
T otatio of New 'York. '. '
N.idcques. J6o'coeur dd Athbrton, Lee have greeted heic -.
Dr., George A.-, Zentmn'.Vr, Jr. a plait phoogis[ iffom
Si'Califorma His stay. here .was very short. He was gues'. "
V Cole
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toppd 4the Hotel Villa Creole last'.week. Jimm is
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..S.unday November 6th, 1960


British Mi

S*, At Bird

singing of the national an-
Eand-the. raising of the Hai-
:ag. over the school herald-
ea o.pnimng of. ceremonies
l ag' Noutweau College
,ldid op'Sunday October 23.
y-distinguished visitors at-
ed.. ie' ceremony incLuding;
V .v..,Edward Rogers, M.A.
P.reide, t of the Methodist
.rch nof Great Britain and .Ire-
i 'i*.(lis. wqrkl, has included ov-'
seis., tours -,o. Arica, India,
hsiqa atd th'e :Caribbean', and
iev... tib.ert Papailler, the
g!ster of Education.
wfse attending the .inaugur-
were. shown around the
-ge,, *new. school 'by the
eeor* Pastor' Ormonde McCon-
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methodist Church President j
College Inauguration


nell. They visitedd the 18 class's
rooms. the modern science lab-'
oratory, and the handicraft \work.
shop. TIcn followed the ra,:,'gV
of the flag, and the singing ofI
the national anthem in the prL-
.sence of 540 scholars, .officials.
paer.ts and friends.
A senior girl'ot the new coll-
ege welcomed 'the visitors an.,
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,r.enrds and. a senior bo.y gave.
a short outline of the College's
is'.ory Rev. Paul Decorvet, the
Headmaster of the second.i!-.'.
section, spoke of the aims and
ideas of the school and the Min-
ister of Education,, the Rev. Hu-
'bert Papailler, welcomed t h i s
addition to the schooling facilit-
ies of Port' au Prince.


The President of Lhe Method-
ist Chuich Edward Rogers. who
cre.-.ed from iAntigua hereee le
had presided over celebrations
marking the bicentenairy of Me-
thodism' in the Caribbean. spoke
to those' assembled in elegant
Frenich stating' that that very
Sunday October 23 was observed
in the Methodist Church of Great
Gcita3i as Education' Sunday
.wheji the whole Methodist peop-
le would be praying for .the
schools with their children and
teachers, and thinking specially
of the signdicance of the essen.
tial'ser ice rehdered by the'edu-
cational system.
Mr. Rogers destred to plaep
this. event the inauguration of
the School in the larger world
context, land to remind: his hear-


ers that humanity is face t
ith a common enemy. Th
emy, which still dominate:
thirds bf the hku.man' race, i
) erty. 'Poverfy .causes h
HL sickness and ignorance. It
O E L leed a- vcious circle. Thi
'.'. i -' "'' -- ,." "", ---: world problem:.-As a serv
y V'RY. IGilIHT S 'S.A. the Saviour. who calls us I
.-. WONDERFUL fellow men as ,we lov
SNIGHT AT L RANCHO selves, he. felt that he m
THE PLA. 'TO MVEET ,what he could in thile sl
against thi ancient enei
L''.' '.. L T, the children, of God.
-. OF YOUR FRIENDS
This' struggle obliges ius
_.Mon'day Festive Barbecue And all we can to raise the
4! -ReVue. Inti i e standard and .obliges us .
AY- "--- Spe bcial Floor dert..ke the noble task c
''Sho? 'ventive medicine. Howev
I N-' '0ESDA .Y Feature Eutert- believed c' continued, Rev.
nEDA ee that the most important g
i* dment h O' L attack is the fight against
:' THURSDAY- "Night Of Love- ance. Education is the g
'., lioness Fashion Skhw roadway that' leads away.
FRIDAY-r-'.Eva & Erist's" Spe- the thraldom of misery an
'cid Dap~e Pr'. *Vi|fh "a .erty always provided.
Se' is true education. 'It is no
L ," NI_-t matter of acquiring inform
'I' and knowledge. That car
,. Vith" 'f Gala Floor Show uc selfish beings who- us
---- Or, Cmop bite. I kQwTedge. fo r unworthy
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11) THE C 1 S ,..''RUE BONE FOI.


S- 2) zRT t CURIOG r4EISHERS ACROSS FROM. GU
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S .O' PS AND MAHOGANY FACTORY

SAt1E VP TO' 60 Per.Cent ON IMPORTS

A ,ND BUY 1HAITIAN HANDICRAFTS

SSTR4IGHT FROM THE FACTORY'

.. ON WIE RITE DU QITAI
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'HOTEL CHOCOUNE
CABANE CHOUCOUNE, /
as described in the TORONTO GLOB .MAIL by."
4ttrs. ALAINE J. HEINTZMAN' who was .a guest al'
4 HOTEL CHOUCOUNE during the month of
S..' February 1960': .-
"OUR HOTEL, ,the Choucoune, was' about live miles a'bot .
!the city of Petionville.. This is the residential section whera
houses are -modern and'the hotels are lavish' and comfortihli-
S ind the food can be highly recommended. The usual meal migh
start off with a rum punch- mixed with wild honey and lim'
!nuice. %lhe next possibility could be flaming lobster, fried pur, ^
.tiith rice and black mushrooms, and then perhaps a sweet pulb'
4,udding. This would all be topped off with a strong black cu:.
of -Haitian coffee.
Aside .from hotel night life, Petionville possesses a night cdul
( unique in the West Indies, the CABANE CHOUCOUNE, a build
.nag of bamboo shaped like an inverted ice-cream cone. Th -
,.*-terior looks like the chief's hut in an African .village, but tU ] ,
a nterlor contains a large, smooth dance floor where a go,
S.chestra plays the usual meringue." '
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knowledge united to morality action and the result is now
lno'A ledge put to the benefit of evident for all to see.
the general well-being of socie- After referring to Utheglorious -';]
ty. beginning now being made, the
Rev. Rosers insisted that this President asked God's blessinp .'
College was not built to glorify on the College in its continedi l
the Methodist Church. Its aim service to the youth of the fath-
is a more noble one. This Coll- erland. .4
ege exists to serve, as God'dir, ,
ects us, the citizens of the State Following the speech by the
of Haiti ; Methodist 'president the choir
President .Rogers then congra- gEve a fine rendition of the Te
tuJLted all those who had made Deum composed by the late Pas-
possible this fine realization, and to:- Alain Clerie and Pastor Mc-
welcomed most cordially Rev. Connell, M.B.E., B.A bought the
Paul Decorvet, Headmaster of ceremony to a close with the
the College, as well as his Swiss prayer of consecration. ,On the.
and Haitian Colleagues. After Sunday, morning, after mor.ng ,d
congratulating the pupils who worship which was ,taken by .the
had spoken, he paid tribute 'to Rev. R6gers, the. congregation
Pastor McConnell lor his' devot-' was invited to go to the audit-
ed service, adding that he knew orium and witness the surprise
that for many'of those present, unveling of a large bronze pla-
it was.nothing les than a dream que com.rLemorating Pastor Or-
come true jn the reality of the monde McConnell's long assoc-
College. These folk had not been iatioh with .the College and hib
satisfied only to dream. To thai work in association with thenewt
they had added both faith' and school.


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Sunday November 6th,- 1960 '


IN HAITI THIS WEEK

From the SS Hanseatic land- Those three couples were with
ed here Monday Financer Wil- the Florida Automobile dealers
liam Turner from St. Peters- Convention on the Hanseatic.
burg, Fla and his beautiful wife They have expressed the hope
Nada, Mr Richard Ayres, Offic- of returning here soon.
er of the Union Trust Company -Gloria White, a nurse from
of St Petersburg and his charm- New York and frene Donohue,
inC uwif e Bett T'ey were en- of the New York State Insur-


tranced with Haiti. Also off the
Hanseatic, Dick Lowe, General
Manager of "Tag's Motor Parts"
of Florida Inc" in Tampa, a
Chrysler Corporation Wholesale
distributor, and his wife; his
nephew Mr. Tag Galyean, an
Auto Dealer in Charleston, West
Virginia and his wife; Mr Buzz
Currin, Dodge Dealer in Fort
Lauderdale, Fla and his wife.

1960 UNITED STATES
ELECTIONS
HAITI GALLUP POLL IUTS
.KENNEDY IN FAVOR
(Continued from page 1)

.'W cover all aspects, of the U. S.
election returns from hour to
hour.
American guests will appear
on Haiti's TV Channel 5 to dis-
cuss the United States electoral
system and .to analyze the ret-
urns as they come in. The pro-
gram Novmeber 8 will also feat-
ure special films showing vari-
ous aspects of the American
%way of life..


Millers are fervent visitors to
Haiti.
-Mr Thomas P. Regan, Dir-
ector of operations for MEDICO
Inc spent a few days in Haiti
this week. He visited the St.
Antoine's Hospital in Jeremie
where the MEDICO group is
working. iHe was guest at the
Oloffson. -


-Young Writer William Lari-
mer Mellon III from Pittsbul'gs,
Penna arrived here this week
in company with beautiful wife
Legrand, Dr -enry K. Miller
and his charining wife
} and Kathy accompanied the -Mel-
lons to the Schweizer Hospital
for a week and will spend anoth-
er week at the Oloffson. The


MOVADO



ON SALE AT MASON ORIENTALL

AND LITTLE EUROPE


-Dress Designer Louise Ar-
mour flew down here for a ten
day sojourn at the Ibo Lele.
-Reginald de Matteis, Mana
ger of the De Matteis Enter-
prise in Puerto Rico is enter.
training here this week a part
including striking blonde "seno
rita" Wanda Fonfria from Puer
to Rico, Miss Guilda Bonanr.
and Salesman Felipe Vidal, also
from Puerto Rico.

They are here to attend the
inauguration of the M & S Cons-
truction building of Mr Alfredo
de Matteis Jr. this coming Mon-
day. 14
Also are here for this occa-
sion Mr Gerard de la Place,
and wife former Josianne de
Matteis, and daughter Joelle 4,
son Richard 2.
-Haiti has a new fan in Mr.
Herman P. Rubin who is visit-
ing Haiti with his beautiful' wife
Evelyn. his son Jeffrey 14 and
"rhvissante" daughter Sherry,
10. Herman and Evelyn are
both Sales Managers for the


World Book EnceClopedia, the
most widely used encyclopedia
in the world today. They come
from a series of sales meetings
in San Juan.
"'We are making a pleasure
trip here with the possibility
of business in the future,"' said
Herman because we .love Haiti.''
The Ftubins are originally frop j
Chicago, but they are living n'i.v
in, Miami.
-"Seduisante" Marie Beran-
gere de Matteis, daughter of. Mr
and Mrs Alfredo de Matteis, 'a
student of the Assumption Aca-
demy in Miami celebrated her
15th birthday on October 29. It
was a beautiful party with a
Haitian atmosphere. Many hap-
py returns!
-Lester Erdmann, a junior
Engineer at A. C. "Spark Plug.
(an electronic division "of the
General Motors) from Milwau-
kee, Wisconsin is '"cuirrfftly vi-
siting the Island..with-his. wife
Rosalie. They are bef tiful dan-
cers. They are guet sat the
Montana Hotel


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Above are tIo of the stamps in the Occide Jeanty Commemor'" .'
alive Series marking the centenary of the birth of the Haitan I
composer which w ent on sale October 19th.. Each stamp of'this 7
series is printed in small miniature size sheets with a commemor-
ative music inscription along the top. .
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ance Department arrived here -Leila Norman is back here
last week-end for a 3-day visit this week. She was greeted by
at -the Ibo-Lele. They have can- the Meinbergs and is guest at
celled their departure to spend th Marabou Hotel. *.
a five day longer visit at the -Lovely blonde Birthe Johan-
El Rancho. sen, a Danish stewardess from
-Currently guests at the El New York is currently visiting
Rancho, Mr John Richard Es- the Island in company with her
tey and his wife Maureen from mother Merri. They are guests
Portland Oregon, Mr William J. at the Ibo Lele.
Higgins and his wife Jean from
Seattle, Washington, and Mr. -Talented Designer Edward
Dwight Dickinson and his wife H. Wallace from New York ar-
Evangeline, from San Francisco. rived here this week in com-
John, Bill and Dwight are th-ee pany with Miss Ann Robertson,
Executives in vending machin- a decorator from New York. and
es. These three businessmen and went to Cap for a visit to the
their lovely wives are having" Citadel. They lodge here at the
a ball in Haiti. I Oloffson.


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TWO DAYS ES SO
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for several years for Arericans
.. based at Guantanamo Bay,
A helicopter flight -.to Laket Mi-
^, ^ **,.... -... ragoane- was- made by- Admiral .
S..' Smith Thursday. to view the .
work .by U.S. Seabiees .constru*-
**is back irr-fown... Gerard Ro 7;ier is tourihg Latiti ig a pontoon bridge ove the l

tteriding- the- National H pory, Academy congress badly f0qaodd lake' which has' --
S...Sen- Romulo Araujo'Venezuelan Ambassador disrupted and severed North-
acas last' weekend.... Colonel ,hristophe Mervilus South- edimunit'ations .or. the"
shl atthe 'Centre d'Etudes- Comthercialeg oist" fur. ths i pg help :
:..s- )..- o .. t. ..6 .. -h rains pushed .the water level to A u
.es),-opefed the-1960-61 -season .Friday .riighrwT-h over 20,. fetjhigher thab .the
i.-n-',6 he.principals-of teaching languages- and nrmal depth HAITI F T AGAINST ROSION
aanislh.. :, After .a "month closed-down- for reorganiz-. .' .
dd.Taba et des Al-imettes has resurtied ts-funC he tea f Seabees are x- -
S:, .. ... .. .. -, .,.... .... -.-..;pCCted to fiiish'the .Bridge.work -
erqrp oiusis is recovering at Canape ert trot a ,adjqe t_ .'road. i e--corngtrue-: -" ] --
. ..... ..... ."- .- b.. .. hu.....ae t : _road r. \:'<.'"
d- h,'h' sustined;he faIiig 'a 30-dayl p&iofd., a.d ,"cr':" UT HT AUUP PSf
rrecovelg fr juiesrecg edral .' u.l ..tha nked the Tey.- ri QU.lE nL A I. ..
,z-' accidenr, Satuiday -nlght D~M s s I'l rhye.- to
will be mrked in a.grandiose Chact and lat s' Mraoane, for, : the assistance
c, .i.. b.e exbi ted according to L M.. they have given .the American
!c0ked .willf-bei _exhibited., according s.t 'Le'.Mal N y n re c t "
S --...' engi reering, corps:', -
e anx .iimograktion Service has opened, an ihvesti -
n.hitij Bg.>of laborer: forwork-n4the Doiinic Admiral Alle) Smit. stopped 1'
eqgan, Ja-MfidLFahd Fprt Liberre according to.the .at Petionrille's Villa Creole Fri- .
a.ents. o the' rat ..ei day ahd. called bn- te newly -
ag' .-.: .h F..,.i! appointed:. A ambassador .t-,,Haiti
'...gerasf "the crossing of the "tond' fg the. US .Robert .Newbegin. .-
eies and Naples-via .enezuea and. Trni- The .Admiral departed Friday"
elaJanuary 25th, Passengers run from $225 ..mrning or Guantanamo. .


o .- 7eopdeso unn n .
innereopenet1esterda; selling exclu-' GUATEMIALA, U.S. ENVOYS ClOS i t AS Wl
... INCOME ODOU. A.U M.ON -
PA ats... Seha and Rona Thebaud were having 7
So~ dalt^Arsf ges a 'PRESENT CREDENTIAL .
.--,-- .:- ," .


be 4!et P-aahar-d A"i."Ceflefilpedtbr"of La PALACE CEREMONY q
irst, Mt1Ti Day" \as the ijctinm-f an-aggres- (Continued-from page 1)
-aVe..s- i s *ifa.acc hg. tore Jour. Thbe 10.45am Friday in' the .Salon J
onigi-re whohas been wagingwa~ on thb .aui where he.-presented his -. -
m" y e ad'...-e Mat .le1rs-_of credence.
e ety.- o..ad Le-.1-.W.k
t .3 CCUC-eti' d'Aceide U At 11: am Ambassador Ro-
0A-q; 4 (-t1 .nag o.athis',we s of a seven beet Newbegin was introduced 4
pii.ak..l a :. .,ei-hbor separated om-hi am .0' o' Piesident Duvalier by Proto- -- -
y ac da4i olewpapers:: Rt e F a o Chief Clementr Vincent and -
S ye .. e c n- ftet conducting ai, cordial ex- 4 :, .
change with tha Chief of State
ilte _.i,. t"R N 5. ." Nevwbegin was introduced to i.EADER,.IN : TIE FIEDL QF- ROGRESS "
.. menibers of the- Ca inet.. -. .. ".
TJ lI e Oni lea ing the NaNonal Pal- combating eosion wth
... j *-3 .' c l h .. ..e i, .: -" I-'0 ,.* e -.w" : **:.'* *'"- -::71
Sauce both envoys received mili-
tary, houor s and laid floral ..
w" deaths on the- 'mtusuleumof C U I .S .'
anes and .Peton -
the new revolutionary stove d "*"
S' in the fiht-to- prese1ve-- Main' ihes b

.-: -- CULISNESS0., -the. remrt '
B-.~- ^ ^ ?.ANAMlA rINE.--- PANAMAL .. -- t '

ACANAL C PANY .- stoe. manufacturer by -TAITTM-ITf/r

S The ss .Ancon of ;the Panama- -especially. or HAITI anid already selling sr,
Sine will al-rive from New York '
S-, 7:00am November 8th, 1960. other LAI N AMERICAN countries
.'. .._-0h O board are a total of 97 pas- .. -
S'eugerg of which the Tollo-ing CUISINESS.O the quick cooking, econo-
16 will disembark at Port' au -
T~D~UCSGPrince: "
T mic-al fighter against erosion-. n-d- a C. ISIN .
TI-LA TE.LST IOFFICERRuNTUnR .
W.Ro RT M NS RETUR ga .;zael-. Mr &. Mrs Theodore SSO550 only costs $1.80.: .
".5000 Bgraham, Miss Janet Cowger. /
Iione Dauphin, V & rs Jean Buy a CUISINESSO, buy BLUE FLAM E
.Braure de 1amel, Mr Mafdice
JA vPI4r4A-NI" C "-'O Miss Dorothy Davidson, Miss S1-
.!T'RA Lt'EJt Lf Ki Ducqs. Mrs Anthonine XEL Saech, 4 kerosene and hlielp promote and preserve ,
BONEC E FO IMrs Thelise Girault, Mr & Mrs < .
I_ .,,, __ _. _.. 3John Ingraham, Mstr. Ernst HAITI'S forest.
"'".-.'* ... Pierre-Pierre (16 .mths.), MV's .
S ',.'- Desgrotts. Rochefort. ..yyy ... :'


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U.S. Wins Rm

. F"UR RHHEF WINNERS IN HAITI .ON C4A
j.ait-ian ticket holders-won fqur consolation prices went to- two
|of the cash prizees in the recent other Haitian -residents Hilaire
^drawing of the R-HHIEF lottery Armand of 433 Grand Rue and ,
,gn the English Canibridgeshire lrs David Delatour of Cayes.
t .Handicap horse race. Holder of -
;,,th' first prize ticket was Mar- Owned by a- Pittsburgh mril-
4garet Simonh who .won, $10,000, lionpaire, Mtdsumpiei .N.i..-:h t. ..I
sl1 $500 for selling the winning won the Cambridgeshire int pour-
%tcket. ng rain, for the" first victory
by an American. horse in the
T h e 40-1horse. Cambridgeshire history of the more than 100-
Hardicap; was woni by Midsum- year-old race.-The drawing on
"dier, -Night II, an A m e-r i c a n the @Race took place at the off,
0orse, with F'ougalle second 'and ices of the National Lottery ih
,'Ide of March third. Behind top the' presence of sevei'al witness-
e winner in the. ARH H E F es on. October -24th.
c'axe Neil Derpoa.. Newarik, N.
v wio worn $2 000 and' third :prize There' wet + 40 eitered horses
mier Alfred WaAd of Philadel- in the .race,. With the same nunm-
hia who took 51,500. ber 'of ticket holders and 200
? .. consolation tickets drawn.- Haiti's,
^'pierre Louis,of Casernes Des- hospital Educative Fund, receiv-
ines 4nd Pierre -Salibas of ed a tojl, of $6,000. fomr Lottery
iayes both wohn ash prizes and proceeds'' '. ." .


SUS. Voters


These Men w
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ce And $JQ00

vBRIDGESHIRE SWEEPSTAKE ,
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urse draws


Sunday November 6th, 190
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out. the wiliuing-RHHEF tickets '-


Wili Decide Whi

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:' JohnF'F., Kennedy, 412, pictured'above with E!eanor Roolevell,
,.ilf of the U.S. President who endeared himself to. Haiti,. is re-
Rpoltedly ahead of Nixon in the race for ,the 35th U.S.% Presideincy
;-,Ih 306 electoral votes agalust -Rihard Nixon's 149 (Time, Nov.
.::.7). According to Timhe Magazine Kennedy has stated his ideas on
-'. fo reign affairs by "promisiiig to make America liked and res-
peeled as It was intRoosevelt's day.". On the domestic front -Ken-
":(redy has. proposed ait "sizeable increase in Federal spending, to
i)be accomplished without unbalancing the budget."


IFOR EVERY OCCASION

SHOES


Sv 'ic e 1 9 -p-. -d"'i"j'aR '" 'in g f r ie n d s 'o n L
in 1955. Pictured on the Road to, Damiens, in conversata ii '
a milk t aid,.-Nixon spqkJe to the lady through a bater tra6M1 s
litors who titld- the Creole. side of the conversations .despite.,l.. '
< -. presence .of-a live Denockratic mascot. ...."



THE WORLD

FAMOUS -

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