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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   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Haiti -- Port-au-Prince

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Sept. 1950.
General Note:
"The Haitian English language newspaper."

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Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
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:
AA00015023:00286


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PORTE 'RE, INGE, HAITI Aveinde Marie-Jeanne .- CITE DUMARSAIS ESTIME Phone 2061 Vol XIV Sunday, November 13th, 1960 No. 3 .



g Pelle di Miele Here*|


.. G tant talian. Ricciardi Seeks
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H Created aitian Actors
Tourism Minister g And Locale
Senator Victor Nevers Const- Lorenzo Ricciardi. Italian film the past. month, Ricciardi and
ant will be installed Monday as Director, and wife Mirella are Mirella stated this week thCt
he Minister .f Tourism, port- in Port au Prince seeing actors local Haii-an actors stand a goo....
Io' re-establisihed by, theGPresi- and local beauty spots. for the chance of killing roles as th
dent i the. Republic, Dr. Fan. filling of t he screen feature principle cast in the Baltea F lm.h
Scotis Duvalier, with a decree is- "Pelle di Miele" (Honey's Skin.), Prddtctions movie.
sued? November 10. Here for the second, time in (Continued on page
Minister Constant, one 061 the ..
Seiiate's most active apd vocal 92 M n o
... members, has a wide travel e- 92 Montgomery.
bssador..Robert ..of the United States Embassy perience behind him-ad aol ineer.svisit from
P 4. "to ... ."thtUitedunderstandig e erof the tourist in- "
k ifth,-Pre_ ident .Dr..Fr.aois Dumiller..dring a. meeting dusty. At' oi tin'i, for a ELbrie e Oit,
Ambassador predepta i.s&- credential it ?he ed period; he 'served as iti's en Ninetwo members, o th
t. io-.a., t..Palace. 'v ., oy to Tokio. Montgomery. Engineering Co.,
Jersey, Detroit, arrived on a spe-
I,'icfl PAA Clipper Flight', No. 83,
F rt_ T Q9 l Wt, Bo-. en 'ield Satuzday fora
.. .... seven., day sojourn In. Port au
.-water tw- ,bullets. a 10YCENT LEVY OR STREET. Prince.
S REPAYIN i PORiT AU PRINCE airconditioersin rsey, the
er his a4~e .. ista


adpTi ab n g. n of streets. communal decree. to .6 p competed. in 'an tincent-
ek o;,d torltherebi tioitphortlywillcryon ofafau she elicit in-ve ePlan .and came away with
p. a city dir aiti;g e, tolls on all formation.. .. fir prize -a. trip. to this is
lre 'audbe.c4 When bq -otorized traffic leaving .and Announcement of the project land* offered aor selling the
Phase by '.a policemann entering the Capital have been came Tuesday. at 5pm when the most cool -air units. according to.
)by: jumptpngin.to a "sewei .set up, it was announced t4s President of the City., Council, .te.'quot given..
n-tidert bridge Qttsida week. Mayor Jean Deeb, spoke to the Hai.dled here by Holiday Hou-
rni.ent Tax Qfee tited The establishnienf of a "law press at, a ,gatflering held in the S the 92 visitors will stay in
cemeteryy. creating toll is to make it ob, Grand Salon of the Hotel de two parties at the Ibo Lele'and
f waiti., for -the thief ligatory jdr all cars, trucks and Ville. Present at. this meeting El Ranqho Hotls. Special tours orez, -Ricciardi, e a
e, out of,.his improvev sed -. motor cycles entering the Ca- were Excellengy Georges, Figato, of Port au Prince and surrounds-.film director and his- wife l ,
.the : policeman called, pi.t bSy the Exposition, the. Has- under-Ininist r of I{formation & together with night club. edxcr- la,- seen on-a riv a I'-hereo
brigade who .hobled up 0'' and, .Botfrdon' Chancetelles "Luckner. Camnronne, executive Oions have been .arranged for choose' actors and locale ri.'
:.onhinued 'oit a '" .roads, -to pay. a toll-gate-fee of secretary adjoint to the Chief of the Montgomery Co. members feature movie. (See in Hait!'I
.'- "" .. '.. State, together with a number (Continued on page 20) week.) j. '-
of City Hall" dignitaries.
(Continued on page 6) '.
New ltS.Ambassador 41 ."
Received
By President

rite recently appointed Arnb
assador to the United States Em
bassyy in. Port au Prince, Mr
Robert Newbegin. was receive."
by the President of the Republiu
Dr. Francois Duvalier, at thr
National Palace Tuesday morn .
ing.
It is believed that-importan'
questions concerning certain as
pects. of Haitian-American rela
tions and the U.S. aid prograir.
',ere discussed during the meet
ing. Present at the Palace gath- 9...
ering. were Foreign Minister Jo The. Honorary Consul in Haiti of Israel, Natan A--bramovitz an&'i
seph D. Baguidy, Finance Mmi- his wife Mirtza, a well.known artist, greet American writer In gmin12
ister Herve Boyer, Cornmerce -."
.Minister Clovis Desinor and U.S.Stone and his wife, their bouseguests. Stone is the celebrated auth .or
": ." Embassy Cooneeller Philip Wu- f the novel "The Passionate Journey," and also the writer of.
fhPresidenit of the fUnited States John F. KENNEDY liam. 'an Gogh's Autobiog-aphy entitled "The Dear rIheo."


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S"' HA .I SU N"IS


In Haiti This Week


t .- AS RECOUNTED

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turdat lst,. Mrs.AU1n M. Morrison and',Petet ,L. -Fand
etiveely writer and photographer for EBONY Magazine, lead-
'egro Magazine of-the U.S., were greeted here by .thePublic
ons. Officer of the Conmmissariat Nb onal d4T .qurm ,, and
IpChef Of-the-Information Service of tie-:same office. -
on and 'Fland are working on a stoi'y about Haiti's ari
IBONY. They' have been introduced, to the leading -artists
an'and went io the Cap-Hatien Tuesday to meet with the'three
-leadihg painters of the North. Wednesday afternoon, a great
-a9&r artists got together'at the El Rancho for an IntervieW.
pite .Painrters-Ldce Turnier a.d Dieudonre "Cedor 'anstwred
y questions of Newsman Morrisoni. ,
-t:Jack"McGOwan, Diiector: of GUIDED. TOU.R PRODUC-
Crystal iver, ,Fla. arrived here. in company with beahd
b inde actress Carol Wise, aS'.ar of the above Film Company.
ieonr ". v ..iing 'the Isl and for tto-..purpoes 'to make
-sts on, fim-and' to-lpeate some scenic'places in.view
10 hl-hoir.r television- Slow 'oL,Lhis island.
'bteGowh "t'hs 'been interested-t o visit ,iaiti-oP the -recor.i-
,f':ot :fiss' Irene I. Crumr Exediitie Director'-of. tle quided
PSroductions who visited the country a few'years'ago. Mr
I0:'-was forced -t shorten his visit here to ..ly' .back to
ot" ut ,adcomplishing" either, of .his two. purposes. He ex-
)aie' act- here. very soon. He -was a .guesf at the Mon-


.*F'.m- irector Lorenzo Ricciardi ,returned here this
hm wife'.Mirella. This couple, spent fen das inm Haiti las
l :lJQkipg..-.qover -locationswand actors, for the film- PELLE-DI]
:.. (Honey's. skin) that Baltea Film Productions of Italy is.
in the Caribbean,. Polle. di Miele will be a feature film
ABlicolor-cinemascope taken from the'-original stdry "Mel-
e a Cruz" by Lenzo Ricciardi. It will be.. produced b.
S '-Aovere,, thb celebrated Producer of "The Path of Hope"'.
*vll.r mark Lorenzo's-debut as.Director; he has been an Assist.
AA`irectr for a great many. films, amiong- them "Ben Hur'
i Mirella, is'part of the unit as a special photographer
t i'-has a 'chance to provide' most of the acto.'s of the principal
' stated Iiorenzo on arriving here last Thursday: Lorenzo and
B ,are guests at the Ibo-Lele. They are being guided by
.'Lragque.
'hiisday. rtiooninext-w.eek Miss Denise- Otisg,e..pcomkaw
for HOUSE & GARP EN (The Conde Nast Publications in
e here -and will be greeted y the Public Re.latio.s.
Smi.art -National du-. ~isime and old flierid n..ge
-- ata er Edit.ei*.wrote last year a.sensa, fi6
Y 0ier visit to. ta f t.'cently a beautiful tory oh&i- i
4iz she is a s i*te6 t Ahe Cohim. Ndatlohal dr.. .Tou-
SMiss Otis who0'. ri'%at the Villa Creole Hotel, will B
l.esl;here next week by PIhotographer Nick De Mprgoli to write
Wi'eA"y exciting story on .Haiti dealing mostly with Haitiat art.
s- will 'stay till December 4th. -
-':.*Two-W lovelies from St. Louis, Mo., Mary Cutsoukos and Virginia
%'n. arrived here last -weekend and kept the boys running back
&W forth to, the Montana. Pierre' d'Adesky, the King' of Kyona
ah nd Geo Gowztleg, Assistant Manager of the- above hote!
kIght them the Haitian, meringue. Mary. eutsoukos, from greek
nt and Virginia Evers left .regretfully Sunday.
.-tTlus week and' once again David Talamas lost his mind
ber' a beautiful girl. This 'time her name was Sylvia R. Powell.
ei shapely accountant from Chicago -travelling along with Miss
M. toinette M. Poppish, a stenographer. They spent-five days at
#1e El Rancho.


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unday November 1th(196O


H. M. Montgomery Jtf
New Vice-ConisuT At'.
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-Miss. Rose Kahli, a journal from New Orleans has annbunc-
ed her arrival for .this, passing .week. gh does interviewss for
'New Orleans States and .New .rleans.- Ite .. '
-Wally Talamas of the Canape Vert Shop has entertained this
week a big parfy including Misses Eleanor Kovac and Elaine
Egge two lovely young ladies who ,stayed at the El Rancho.-
-Maurene Mirt2z a "19-year-old- Travel Consultant of 'striking
3eau$t from. Miami Beach discovered .Haii., and its charms this
week 'as he'. was maKing 'an educational tour inthe Caribbein.
.Maurene- .1js a Lkeen ecpontento.,o: the. Haitian meringue.
-Haiti Holiday.Tour has received Sunday a party of five memb-
ers of the. Tax Executive Institut-e of Washington, D.C. consigned
1-1 the, United States Travet Agency. The party were guests at'the
Castel Haiti. -
-Four girls from Newtonville., fa$s invaded our,, shores Wedn-
e.Oday mornirig very habpy* about .th-- ennedy's, -success. The
patty I &d&eiu 'a .,s EK Mhrtud, 'TeblAieoSeuiq$e4.e L.,e. -i
sertative, Alice Purcell, Chief of, Personnel, MaryF-'. Leblanc.
S' ervisor for the'New England Terqpbdl1e. C.and.. 1nl, ri--,
Feiris who works in.Advertising. The p'girfr are current gust
a' the Villa Creole Hotel. \
--Beautiful .Hatian-Model Ma-the Decastro of the Simone Sas"ij'
Couture' flew tp Miami Beach this week to take part. -in a prajele'
cif fashions which is being field at the Hofel Everglades on I
Beach. .
-Sweet .,and pretty Ramine Allan, daughter of- Mrand-Mr .I
.E. Allan, married, Bruce Seaman last night, Saturday November
'1, At ('"hailotte, Amolie, Virgin Islands.
Raniie 'Is a ending actress in cinerama. No 5, -South Seas Ad-
\enture. Her father has" been here for two years as 'a Communi;
actionss Media Officer- or the USOM. Rarmine and Bruce have been
-for many years in Hawaii. Bruce is in Travel Business. He came
here two '.we.ks ago ..' decide- the date of :the wedding. Radnine,
her mother and Bruce flew' to Charlotte-Amolie early "this week
IL complete arrangements for the wedding. Mr Allan .joined his
irtmily in Charlotte Amolie on November 11- to be there on time
,or the wedding. The young couple will take a one month honey:-
moon in South America and will return to Hlaiti for a short visit
'.nd then pruceed to Honolulu, Hawaii whew' they will make their
home.
-Two lovely textile designers' froi. *;Iw Xork, Misses- Barbara
Quent and Despina, Diane George are current guests at the Gin-
ge'bread Palace. Barbara and Diane are staying two. weeks in
laitil Diane is from Macedonia, Greece, but Barbara was called
.'erpsichore -the Gredk Muse of dance-,- cause she is a -good
Cancer.
-Writer -Alice Franklin' Bryant from Seattle Washington is. a
current t guest at the Beau Rivage
f --Engineer0 Maurice- Perruchoua-orom Switzerland returned here
this week-to work on the.Belle An se project, He-is. staying three"
weeks at the Villa Creole. -
-"Ravissante" Carol Ann Robi" 'n.. A d tit
cretary for -the Material Serviqe, t 4.le.,pp C.
fo'&udu ,f i ng J .he. v-SI frxii'alnn.. (;'fhicago at" edr"
Thursday in. company 'with Miss ; QJores. arieA ri n:.e cl'
f4lso with the Material Service. r "iy are Reii.getert ..
Pierre d'Adei'y' of the .Kona Beach -- -
-Blonde Airline --.ouise Svoboda., a Jec.etaty, -Ludi-ll& Florene'
Lenz, a nurse and Ema Lucille Lalli, alap a nurse fr Ne. Y-ork.
are currently visiting -Haiti. They a4re guests .at the Sans S6ei .'
-Dr Hilda Jane Walters, a lady physician froin Marland and
Mis Judith Joan Ray, a nurse and Joe-H. Waters, a mndpl1
Techhologist.arrived here this weeekfor.1 thie MIVEDICO in St An-
toine's Hospital of Jeremic...
-Mr Blaine Littell. a journalist for NBC i-vNew 'Yot ; visiting
here with "captivante" wife Antoinette,. they are guests at the
Ibo Lele Hotel. -
.,-Also visiting here this week Journalist- Edward 'P.--Mrgan
from Washington, D.C. and charming wife -jKatherine.. They are
staying 20 days in Haiti. "e a
-Journalist George Francis Prescott and .wife 'Carol Jean from
.linois are spending- 5 days at the Splendid Hotel.
-Twin brothers Bradley and John Clark, two Executives' from
New York are staying two weeks at the It Rancho. John is trav-
ciling with wife Pauline. Bradley is on his 7th trip'here
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"-fhru .S. nEmbassy in

4giy r.,.';etfieltN New Je_.
seyarrived.-ir 'Haiti to.take-lp.
Lhs 'new post this week.
studentt of Africa ,vlsi
"W-.' MIontgomery, p, ingi1, A *ir 4
atudied 'ElMtcal scinxfde at
lam s College,-i-lwamstot
Mass., and atf'princeton Univer-,
sity, Nei' Jersey. :
He -.entered .service with tbh,,j
State Department in A 958 fAud,
was emppyed for two years-J ..
Waslngt .. _.wher be -ha. d
educatibriar' grants for 'AfL
students before being.posta ;
this.cu
CUiTently lear-npr&e4& ihO
firstWr i,'t4
'sit to Haiti and his "first post :a
VitbeCo sul and, td; secretary.


Cap-Haitien ColIege.
Benediction -
On Sunday_ November 14 "the'-
benediction of the College T"''Re-"
'gina hiumipta" will be held in .
Cap Haitien. Ti.e College ist'dirf .
ect#d by Sisters of the congrega-..
tion f 'Saint Croix et des Sept .
Doulurs." -


105th Anniviersry Of
Marine Crp'
S..:Big.Part,.utJ.-

--^.:L-flOUcpune-
zt-^od:be small eagarat 2:_

dj- r l-a. d ttenle r he.td.'
er by..e! et
kM.l thie,""- "ten&-

Corps and,Ie,; at,
Sconee. P6teionh'iiT" sdar '-
wdek. -. .
SiMnxbers of the Haitin
and Go.rhrnt t J.
rican residents, a'gtoj: bofI
*Bees (whIo are -rHigth
foreign residents,-'.a
party; wateh -,nthat i-. p.":"
birthday .d'ait -ereai iy a-
danced till 'the.-k eirly hours .of-:
Friday maiohiig,. -
, Cabane Chbueouwe
bedecked wfth flags -a
for the occasion and !Hafli'a."a.'
American Militia anatteni.e
full dress uniforms. .Tht. ie -
address of 'the evening -w' -
en by Colonel "Robert 'Hei," -
Commander of the Marine :Cop- .
unit-based in Haiti. -





lay November 13th, 1960


"HAITI SUN"


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"able To Kennedy: Haitian Salutes New


rad protected USA against NI-
'catastrophe in favoring your
Bess to 'Presidency slog-Foll-
.Boosevelts policy and prest-
lt American Nation and also
me in the World will be sav.
|top".

MARCEL BENJAMIN
. (s) MARCEL BENJAMIN


us .is the message .that 60-
c-old Marcel Benjamin, a re-
,-.Haitia .Civil Engineer,
l.to'the 35th President of the
;ed States, John F. Kennedy,
Oednesdayjollowing the elec-


by did 'Benjamin send this
! e? As a strong Kennedy
ter the pensioned engineer
E'solid advocator of the new
R6dent's 'ideas' of no support
Dictatorships.

oan interviewer for a Port
Since newspaper in 1955,
1 -lBenjamin sat in on a
conference held during vi-
sident Richard Nixon's


tour of this nation. At this con
ference, states grey-haired Ben-
jamin, Nixon answered a ques-
tion in such a way as to indi-
cate- that he was willing to cover
up for dictatorships.

Thus it was that Nixon gamed
a political enemy in Benjamin
while John Kennedy, condemn-
,ng the selling of arms recently
ior use against Algeria, swiftly
wvon a firm supporter and one
who places all his faith in him..
"When Jolui Keunnedy is ins-
talled in January I am going
to be in the States to see it,"
stated Benjamin to the Haiti
Sun this .week. "If I can get
even just one minute with luin
i would be happy..

"It I could have this favor I
would like to speak to Kennedy.
not for my own satisfaction or
gain, blit to explain the situation
of my country to him. I am sure
Kennedy would help us." Ben-
jamin's cable and message was
also read over the local radio
stations.
Born in Cap Haitien, Marcel


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1U WVILL FIND SUPERIOR QUALITY BLUE

BONNET RICE EVERY DAY

-,K. A HIGHLY VITAMINED RICE

SOLD BY SACJ OF 100 POUNDS
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:

Bonnet Grade-A $10.50 oir 52.50 Gdes
sonnet.Gradc-B 859 or 42.50 Gdes.
Bonnet Grade---C 5.80 or 29.00 Gdes.


US. President


Benjamin worked in all facet
,t ciall engineering for the Pu
blic Works Department for 3
Sears before retiring on a 20(
dollar a month pension A g'adrli
ate of the Port au Prince Schoo
of Applied Sciences, Benjamin iS
married to Germaine Deas ta
Port au Prince-a;i uA A1mdricai
Iescent.)
The Benjamis have five- chil
dren; Lucien, 33. an atomic re
search engineer married to a
French girl and resident in Pa
ris; Roger, 31. v.ho holds his
degree in Philosophl auid is ials.
married to a French girl, a ph:,.
sician, and living in France:
Jose Benjamin, 23, a Mecano-
graph accountant living with
his brother Roger and his wife
in France; 26-year-old Jean who
is currently completing his stu-
dies in France for the priesthood
and Nicole who is married to
Lelio Brun. an engineer and Di-
rector of the Sidi-Kacim Labor-
tory in Morocco.

As a reply to the question' a:.
to how he had managed to give
his fanuly such a comprehlensite-
education and start in life Mar-
cel answered "I just had to w\orl:
hard, that's all." He added thar
the only time lie came close to
really being in trouble was whei:
he was fired from the Puhl'c


MIRACLES DE LA FOI AT
MlETHODIST AUDITORIUM

"M'iracles dce la Foi," a two-
and-a-half hour stage play by
actor Pierre Blain, will be per-
formed in the new auditorium
of College Bird on November 21
and 22.
Being performed again by po-
pular demand, "Miracles de la
Foi" will mark Nouveau College
Bird's Bicentennial celebrations.
Writer-actor Blain will play a
role in the production which feat-
ures. a large cast and %%ill be
supported by a choir prepared
by Edouard Desmangles.
Tickets for this popular play
are now on sale at 0.60 cents


count of $.30 cents or 1.50 Gde. by 100tb sack on general ar
irchase made directly from the Rice Mill at DE- each seat.
Monday a
S(Artibonite Valley): and 22nd,
~-. ce at 7pm
L"t of 4 per cent on purchases of 20 sacks occ at
ice. A

0 BUY ODVA RICE ,IS TO BUY EVER

HAITIAN PRODUCED RICE

ilUY HAITIAN PRODUCTS IS TO Hote

fIP DIRECTLY IN STABILIZING

ECONOMY. OF THE COUNTRY

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nd one dollar reserved
To be performed on
iad tuesday the 21st
the play will commen-
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c-:.cption of his wife Gei'tnaine.
"She can't speak even one
I,.urcd of En-lish" he stated with
a smile. "I remember when she
was studying to be a teacher it
was me who had to do all the


Voi ks durnow the time ol the Engllis parts ot ler courses.
- Lescot Government. Retiring last year Marcel Ben-
:2 "Even then I did alright jamin decided to take a trip and
0 though," he continued. "I man- see his children. On the 7th of
- aged to get an 800 dollar truck March of this year lie left .for
' and acting as my own driver I France, where lie spent four-
s started work carrying materials and-a-half months, moving on
a for the construction of the Ex- to Spain for 15 days and then
position." Morocco where he stayed with
his datfghter and husband for
A fluent English linguist. Mar- two months. He returned to'Haiti -
eel Benjamin' stated that one of with his wife. who had spent
his brothers, lie had eight of the past three years with her-
them. was exiled and had to go family in France, on 'the 22nd
to Jamaica. After five years of September.
Sj.eak ;,? e,,i,,cd to Haiti and -
taught all his family to speak "Now I'ni saving my money
fluent English. Marcel has made again" concluded Benjamin. '"I
strong use uf this and lis passed ,.anit to see President John Ken-
on hiis knowledge of thle langua- nedy's installation." He proba-'
Se to ]us entire family, with the bly will too.


< BEST FOOD IN THE CARIBBEAN!!!

HOTEL CHOCOUNE i

SC ABANE CHOUCOUNE
as described in the TORONTO GLOBE MAIL by
mljrs. ALAINE J. HEINTZMAN.who was a guest at
HOTEL CHOUCOUNE during the month of ^
February 1960: .
"OUR HOTEL, the Choucoune, %was about live miles above-
lie eity of Pelionville. This is the residential section where
housess are modern and the hotels are lavish and comfortableO
S..d the food can be highly recommended. The usual meal might
1 tart off with a rum punch mixed with wild honey and-limeb
',lice. The next possibility could be flaming lobster, fried pork
ith rice and black mushrooms, and then perhaps a sweet potito'
-udding. This would all be topped off with a s-trong black cup
,I Haitian coffee.
Aside from hotel night life, Pctionville possesses a night club
dique in the West Indies, the CABANE CHOUCOUNE, a build-
4 g of bamboo shaped like an inverted ice-cream cone. The
<4 lerior looks like the chief's hut in an Atrican village, but theci
4 ierior contains a large, smooth dance 'floor where a good
S-ehestra plays the usual meringue." '
'COMPLETE DINNER A LA CARTE:. $4.
< SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT:
MHURSDAY & SATURDAY- EVENING


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American Women Serve Baiti


For several years the mem- For example, the Sewing Com-
hbers of the American Women's mittee is responsible for the re-
Association of Haiti have been pairs and distribution of donated
devoting themselves to the cau- clothing as well as the prepara-
se of aiding underprivileged Hai- tion of new articles this year.
Stian children and adults. In its T hi s committee m e e t s each
fancy this association was com- Tuesday and has already pre-
:posed only of wives of American pared 863 articles including: clo-
,.'technicians of USOM (Point IV). thing, sheets, diapers, dresses,
' Ho we ve r, shortly after its shirts, and trousers. These arri-
foundation, the membership was cles have been distributed to
enlarged to include the wiv- the General Hospital, the o.ph-
'es of American diplomats serv- anage at Port de Pais, to aid
.ihng in Haiti as well as those of the good work of Pere Rion on
other English speaking diplom- Ile de la Tortue, to the nuns in
ats,- other Americans and some Cayes, to the pediatric center
Haitians. for abandoned children, to the
The goal of the American Wo- hospital in the Pine Forest, and
i men's Association of Haiti is to to the Simone Duvalier Orphan-.
'. contribute by every means at its ,age. In addition to these articles,
f disposal to relieve the hunger, a large quantity of toys were
sicknesss, and other miseries distributed -to orphaned children.
wlich plague the Jess -fortu- The Committee of the Banque
nate people of Haiti. To real.ze de Sang has'alreadN donated this
this vast program, the organiiz- year to the General Hospital 558
,..ation is divided-into several corn- pints of blood. This ,committee
.; .rmittees all working in close col- had the privilege of receiving a
elaboration according to a \..ell medical refrigerator for the con-
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the committee of 98 blood stor-
age bottle.

The Welfare Committe has
been active in providing medic-
ines to those in need at homes
for- the sick. It has distributed
twenty-five bottles of Stalazine,
of 1500 pills each to the follow-
ing centers: the maternity wing
of the General Hospital, the Psy-
chiatric Center, Simone 0. Duva-
lier Center, the Asile d'Alienes,
and Hopital Justinien. Also, 446
sutures from the Ethicon Com-
pany have been distributed to
thp Hospital of Jacmel, the Hos-
pital of Cayes, and I'Hopital Jus-
tinien at Cap Haitien. Twelve
dozen bottles of vitamins were
sent to hospitals all ovea the,
country.

The association offers its as-
sistance to welfare organizations
and to all public and private"
institutions which call on it.

To raise thel necessary funds
to buy medicines, clothes, toys,
etc., the association calls on con-
tributions from its members and
otber interested perso.is of the
community. It organizes social
activities and benefits of which
the proceeds are used ior the
various projects.


The proceeds from the Inter-
national Dinner held last. year
will be ,used for equipping the
new delivery room of the'Gener-
al Hospital when it is completed.
"'The American Women's Associa-
tion of Haiti hopes to achieve at
least one such worthy, project
c:ch year.


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THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
*Editor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERICp
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CONGRATULATIONS TO USIS COVERAGE
The Haiti Sun 'takes. this opportunity to 'congratulate
'President-Eleoet John Kennedy 'as' the 35th PresidenLt
of the United States and extends simi'ahr felicitations
'to the .looal USIrS (tUnfied States nforma'tion 'Servica)
''team,' uider the direction of Ted Arthur for the- cnm-
prehensive 'ard interesting 'coverage. of the eltetitons
tiFe f bt tb ilt'- haiiaf.' Ra3io. and TV audiences on
#-Noveimber eight. ;. ,
P ,, RESERVATION, OF HAITI'S
1F:- U.. l. ,TECTURE
' J ie i',1' ffici1 i veninent organ, has
SanA'o 4edm-fin..a economic decrees .Abating that
S. ercia' ioirt. a.u Brinkce .are to. 'be
,*tax i^th' i; e- t sue a kn.kown s tihe "tax for
a~e "er be di thb buildingg.: ':

iai jail teni. b aid.to Iie Staite 'until the- estab-
I..i ijb. is ie ~k e"ilattie a.tiye- has been ,provid-
.e erebye, withn'a our Imnig-I period from the
omagatilaotio.f thie ditcree, business- houses' will be
.xe'i m.tha.ax pa y."divgt.hey.i.updalte, h their buil-
eng' .ct t.o agreement 'i o their plainas from the

7 -0TI tlhe reasons for the move: by say-
ng'IIi buildinaE.rdonilfdrminig to fhe
required for.a commercial zone."
eeihas 'aroused coilsiderable animation fram
Port a mrin e iti and 'anmgtt tourists. WhSie it
= -vei eto'ihe iolean, neat c it would' be
distgous o h'.age 'ihe unique arQhitecture of this
'ity'toh efpaler if*fai ya-by .'so many other mod-
.,crn, apiQ a.Iof the world.. ,
.'aPoit au Priftce poa"esseszan 'alhitedtural 'an'd colon-
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.b"i tt'he pt 'arnd 'to destroy this charm
'4y iiHe'..e y into' a groulp'0if -cdntemlporar- but
sterilee sameness' buildings would be tg~ dest Qoy a basic
feature of Haiti 'which mnalkes t 'so itidh iibre inter-
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Special Casino Taxes For Jet Airport

CO struction commencement of the casino's The party or parties auhioi0
Construction operation. ed to operate casinos in kHai
t(B Pay.ment of 5,000 Gourdes shall be required to maint.l
5 Per Cent On ($1,000 U.S.I per year for an op- broad a tourist office to..be.6'
Hotel Rooms rating license. pervised by the Haitian Cons
(C) Payment 'of a tax ot -10 in the local.
,.-Exclusive right for the State e n o
per canton gross income derived
t. operate casinos and all other from games in operation in such Haiti's Internal Revenue. "
gamblingg houses, and the sole casino or casinos. tThis tax was Partment shall 'be in charge .p
distribution of flour, throughout formnerIly set and 20 per cent i controlling gambling estabhls
'Haiti, was granted by ,to de- Further obligations stare that mnents with rr-gard to the hn'li|
crees" issued in the past two the.Casino International of Haiti. er of tables anq coin 'machinC
weeks which is the property of the in operation. '
The decrees also create two Haitian State, shall be managed Concerning the distribution:o0
special taxes, the funds accum- by a party designated by the flour, the decree -stipulates tr
united from which will go to- Haitian Governnient. the State. stall be enabled'.
Wards the construction of the Beside the, International Casi- award a franchise for such:
10,000.000 dp Il a r Jet Airport n n o otherlasino may operate tribution to one.or several ce
scheduled for building at Mais in Haiti without the special au- panies which shall distribute).,"
ate. thorization of the President. Ap-flour under the direct "sup'
The taxes are a special 5 per plications for said authorization sio, of the Department of Co
cent tax to be levied on all shall be made on a special ofi- merce and Industry. .-''
nings from gambling and (as I form which costs 100 Gour-
stated in article-. of the dcree) s ($ USand sha be add- The distribution and .wjo
a 5 per cent tax on hotel room essed to th ecetar of State marketing on the internalinar
charges- that. commence froe of Finance- who in ttrn shall et of wheat flour, which..is..,|
the promulgation of the decrees. d to the President of sentially a public Utilit), asr
forwa-d it' to the President of uto
This latter tax is to be collected the Repuli togeheiusively reserved to the
from Hotels' administration and recommendations. The concessionaie.mayano, ;
-.'il be handed over to fhe tax, any. pretext, export' wheat' .
office each week. Authoiizt-d Casino games are' with' the sale of which tie
All this tax money will be pla, Baccarat, Trinte et -JQuarante, been entrusted, nor stock it
ced in a special fund at the Na- La Bale, Roulettle Chenmin de divert, it from local consul.
tional Bank of the Republic 6f T'er, Chuck-a-Luck, Craps, Pin- tion in any way whatsoever. |-6
Haiti for augmenting with funds ball Machines, Slot Machines -
towards, the construction of the commonly' alle d Jack Pots, ''
Jet Airport. Coin Machiries one armed ban- PROTOCOL OR
The decree' concerning' gamb- dits and 'all others which ar
ling stipulates that the gambling played in Casinos. ; APPOINTMENTW
concessions may be granted by The nurnlier of tables (gamb- .
the State only to a private party-- 'ling)- (6r all-'casinos is set At Rene Ilyppolite h beWi
or a hotel in Port au Prince: a maximum of seven.- 'That bf ed as the Protocol ief.
Petionville or other cities in the nickel slot machines', at a mnax- Foreign Office. For the.,'!
Republic with a minimum of 200 imumn of one hundred. ears- he.has been, the irs
rooms. The Tax otee .is responsible .eretary if' the Haitian Embi'a
Authorization to operate a ca- for the supervision of .the. gamb- in Madrid.
sino shall bind the administrat- Ing establishments as concerns '
ors of said casino to the follow-, the number of 'tables and coin English pnd Spanish .ei
ing obligations: machines and the International. 1%Mlle' Any Levequ" caughtt'.
IA) A deposit of $50,000 in the Casino of Haiti will be adminis- engineer and Mirs Louis '
National Bank -wliich may be tered by the concessionaire de'- que, has been named as the,
withdrawn one month following signaled by the Goverhment. tache of the Protocol Off ti
W o' so o ,' ,


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Sunday November 13th, 1960


. "HAITI SUN"







G "HAITI SUN" Sufndy ;Noveber 18

S only the-Capialbut, Petiopylle "The sacM5cer'wiflt' be rt*t'"
SW -"d. .betao.ei
'and Y Carrefo and we have full noted Mr. Deeb "but it.is iikver
confidence -in the abilities, of the to: grelt When it comes to ifak-
S' ". ,.aitian engineers for" they have bing the Capital of our country
10 Cent Toll: Levy For Street -Repaving in Port au Prince' already'given us root with the clean and attractive.' .
.. .C a. *' instruction of the Grand Rue. ,PRESIDEN TO. SUPERISE.
(dpntluued from. page 1) conversation with President -Dr. are in.'With their arinage chlan- a "We .avei alreadyestablishel These projects are to b.t.i
;ltiming that the piolject o Faw.ncois Puvalier" sapted PVMay- nels blocked this presentss a 'sr twatr w ite ccomilish the pervised, by His Excellencthei.
iet ana'drainage repair as or DeebI ,"and, in the presence ry spectacle andi damajor ad-. work with the' ex sting-itmeans,of President.' of fhe Republicp r.
I'"such importance that we ,of 'Mr. Lucknler CMnbroqnl p icap .to the--activitis of PbIt. au 'the ;go'ntry. It is not possible rancoi Duvalier, histe
Ie .Oim .'oment to cdli 5 the1:4cr6at&, Mr. I..C,- b. e..
ye thoukhtof. asking our in- subhitted.eto the President'se-apn- Princed itizenS' .:' ; fo n- t moment to c on 'the Secritary M ir. n L Cambte
the newsmen and the:raqib ,proval:. two, .projects' th ,ishoild A FAR-EACHING PBOECT resotroes of- ,the budget .o thb the- Ministers of- inace'id,
licm tio 9d us in an intensive be realized with the actual res- Mayor .J e. i Deeb continued .City Coimtiune l. that of. tile Public. 'Worlks and- member .ol.|
&iiig," .'Mayor Jean De eb sources of this country. stating '1"Today we have been Republic." the City Coupbail. '
cot; .lld"h'. '4..' ', + r i..' Al
'cribed the' project as consist- "Every tie.I ha'eto go put called to the City Counil; 'it is .
"'of: A and especially -ollowing, a.. de- our duty to aid the Government -'
.'.vastating raii" the t mayor on- in realizing its dearest dreams -
he- coinbreting of all' the. tinued "I .suffeu.,from th estate a' Haiti more beautifull and
of, the' Capital and ;6f .that the streets of 'our Capital- more prosperous. *
U,' ths permitting "Haiti .'. : r ', pa- ,fbur a- .fl S f=i
al tter mod rn .capitals *:',.: of .th City Co.lici have' ',ever -" .. ..., ...
". L Picardidf ,econnto A p-
envisage,. in the .silence of' ouM.,*" ....
'reorganized Cst onscetce ..our office and our ONEAWA BY PLANE ONE WAY"'BY ISO
nage. PREN H RESTAURANT or and with ,our strong sup- '. '""
Details of t,these (wo ro: '. Petionvill.. port abd ddbhesion to the Chie: 4.
e announced b'the State, the methods oremed UD
e ee' .e s-: FS OSTI..E.R CONIQCH for sucI a state. of fairs O C s.e CoPI.tou
T ese'engiebrwil'AU TNdie.aidofcerta rAE
mpl car an.l1 RE E A d nds of tihe Government we hive -.' vE a A' A lA NE.
ofia 'wgtH 'te; iTiad. FRENC.- arrye.d at. the' conclusion of thei (-STIO S i t.. hEn yi. p.
t -y.t lf+N EN'c nee.si.Hto akp.'the .OX
vi ic s r ALTJAZA pf the Capital and.modemize theb '-, =- 5
.e .MElectri Ctaniy. .drairae syste i .i .T .. :i aa-. .
,to,' mbinbe' '- fo a : a r reaching .'project .but we' have '-
successfutl iitio: p : deded- to take up: this project.'

Vunds' accumulated by the Mabr Deb pfinued hs, .' ,
tes w go. towards the speechid .to those assemb led and ..
e ,a .. ..... :_n .. *-. ; -..:
.t ,.Usthe Pre. t/- ojectsid W' slae wil .have 'cr ,dics but'." .. ... .
ria Seetary we guarantee the total execution
A$& broine suggested tise j
e drivers on' the )traeiseorm 'g the .
: .-be .ivowed td ad4that od enzesa dIh1te .u., ituo. ..
tarp to' I entines4 ,ENGINEER'POR
i... the 1 cenit t 'ihe .to projects will'-be 'i'
+ ih' s toll Mgates.p f;"; cutiedr b theL folov~~nfig .enn'.i .,-. nfampus l;,l1ersil MIG
to eeoll i the'PrbIerz"' stated MabJorJ Deeb- Allt
'e- pdbih., H .isEx -e work will be" prdimed .
filrcol da U''i .aians and these are;. .Elgene. ." -
..Tuesday meetingg Mbr.' Limousi- who will b the- coo- 4.-
Deb p ei home '"d diaijtor of .ti-e G rands Trava i-.,. -
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,.. BEE HIVE" Thread Helping Haiti's National Sport Of is causing Mr. Kirsop's firm cushion at last week's Wednes
.. grave "concern, as it is causing day meeting of the Internditional
.., ." concern to ill exporters of goods Club de Commerce.
iKit Flin The English Sewing Cotton Co, ca as well as Venezuela, Trimn- to this country this is the
e exports "Fords" and "Bee Hive" dad, Barbados and Jamaica. On- flagrant theft and disappearance Stating that competition in the
cotton to Haiti and Latin Ame- ly other stop on the trip was of goods landing in Haiti. On a thread business was very keen
'Our thread, exported all over rica and Michel Kirsop said that to be the Dominican Republic visit to Gonaives Michel Kirsop in Latin America, Mr Kirsop
-.. the world, is used in Haiti by Haiti was a good buying country where for the past several years called on a Haitian customer said that Haiti was good cust-
the tailors, Marchands and.- by for thread because of her nuni- the agent for the English Sewing and found that "he had received omer because of her population
thosee engaged in the national ber of tailors. self-sewing. mar- Cotton Co.'s business in Hairi- a consignment of our thread in and with the growth of new in-'
Haitian sport of kite .flying," hands, the fact that many es- has been located, cases. Of the 360 gross (12 doz- dustries in Latin America- and
M stated Michel Kirsop, Assistant sential items of clothing are ma- en per gross) of thread he should the Caribbean it was hoped. that:
f" Export Manager for the English nufactured here and of course With the newlaws now in for- have received, only 8 dozen the business would continue to
Sewing Cotton Co., Manchester, because of the kite flying. ce stipulating that all exporters spools were left in the cases. expand. % *.
.England, this week. "In Haiti, as in many of La- from foreign countries must Why they even left these is a
tin America's countries," stated have a Haitian representative, mystery." An avid fan of Haiti Michel
IS Mr. Kirsop, the epitomy of an Kirsop "the sewing. thread is the Dominican agent for the firm Kirsop concluded that he hopes
'.,, Englishman, who visited Haiti to mostly utilized in hand sewing will no longer be able to con- Mr Kirsop's firm is not the to pay further visits here ih the
R- appoint an agent for the British and by the thousands of one-man duct his business in Haiti thus only one to be suffering losses., future. He departed Porbt anu
P. firm ofl cotton manufacturers tailor shops. It is easy to imag- necessitating the immediate ap- For some months the increase Prince Wednesday afternoon for
i/and exporters, is the first mem- ine the amount of thread used pointment of a Haitian agent to in goods thefts has been alarm- the Dominican Republic, 1N e w
,.:ber of his company to visit the for the flying of kite some of handle the English firm's goods ing local importers and retailers, York and Home to Englandt He
..island and stated to the "Haiti those light kites go up to 4 and to the 12 distributors here. Kir- most of whom are inclined- to finalized that the' trip from.'New
Sun" that he could 'make him- 500 hundt'ed feet." sop stated that this appointment believe that the loss )occurs in York to London would take six
self understood" in French In Haiti for a .week, Michel would, in all probability, be most cases during trans-ship- hours just as long asthe.'Port
t.while making the rounds of his Kirsop had already toured' all made within a week. ment. This drastic occurence au Prince Gonaives joturitey
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Sunday November 13th, 1960


PAGE 9 -


"HAITI SUN"


7 Latin Am erzca To Share In


Urge ForSBillion Foreign Aid


',,Newly elected President of the
.United. States John Kennedy will
soon be confronted with propos-
tials for greatly expanded foreign
aid ,and n v approaches to it,
'&ccordihg -to. Dana Adams Sch-
idt, writing in the New. York
lmes oh November 7.-
Schmidt states that a proposal
*incr-ease the total' aid request
.T.-about. $,000,000,000 is being
discussed in, the 'State Depart-
ent, the ,International Cooper-
at.'on Administration. and the
get Breau. IIf-utilized a pro-
~.fn, of-'this .aid.` would come
iti and 'her Latin 'American


Iye?, .continues ,the New
..l Time, st.pry, the Admin-
o ati~ on. ed 4;200,000,000 and
'..ap'popriated $3,800,000-
1

e would. be 'in line
a-:coxniion among many
.en. planning and ad-
foreign aid during,
ers .that the next
il .b .the- beginning 6of
nferst of wealth-from
us*iplized northern part
VW. rld' to the. nderdeve-


.'U.S. WOULD STILL LEAD

.,Transfers from' the non-Com-
munist world, in the form of
,loans and grants, may rise to
0,000,000,000 a year by 1980,
according to a set of projections
irculating in the Executive
ranch.

. -hile Western Europe and Ja-
4.would -play increasing roles,
u'4Anited States would remain
he leader. At present it is cal-
.ulated that $4,000,000,000 annu-
i, Y:.flows from the Unitd States
.ndi other capital-exporting ,coun-
fr to under-developed coun-
tries.

'Foreign aid, in the last eight
yers, has gained acceptance
amog. Republicans .nd Demo-
s. as a basic tool of, foreign
cy,, officials who runm the aid
.S..'rns feel. But they also feel
fat the sense of mission, moral
hmperaitive and excitement char-
Cteristic of the- early days of
roint 4 technical aid has gra-
.ially been bled out of the pro-
pam

.These officials believe the ear-
ly fervor must be recaptured if


I.".e Urni
,.le .the
thie vicil
nations a
.ca anc

j* WOULD
S.:Some
,. emphasisi
d "co
jmse of
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ed States is to play uhe
'y envisage -in breaking
ous circle of rising popu-


On a more practical level, oth-
ers see hope in expanding the
role of American colleges -in
receiving larger numbers of for-
eign students- and in sending


out larger numbers of tea
and experts of all kinds
contract to the I.C.A.
Senator John F. Keni
idea of a "youth corps" to
der technical assistance in
*'i


ichers
under


of military service is viewed
skeptically, however. The under-
developed nations do not ask for
ardent young men just out of
college, officials say, but want
mature men of experience whose
advice they can follow with con-


fidence.
nedy's
o ren- Other new approaches to for-
place cign aid that will be urged on


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the new administration include
the following:
-A longer-term basis to per-
mit more effective planning.
This could involve formal recog-
nition of the function of foreign
aid as a permanent part of for-
eign policy. Technicians are ea-
ger to be rid of the prevailing
"use it or lose it" rule-attached
to aid appropriations. If they
carry money over until used.
there would be less rushing and
fewer mistakes, they contend.
-More initiative could be ex-
ercised. in newer countries by
American economists equipped


to suggest lines of development:.
and specific projects. This might I
meet the complaint that the4
Communist bloc "offers" aid-.
whereas Americans insist on for-,',
mal requests. '
-The use of surplus American %;
agricultural products to pay part.
of the wages of workers on pub- s
lic works, partly financed by:
American foreign aid, could be-'
expanded. This has been succes-,
fully tried in Tunisia.
-More attention should be-
paid to the development of what ,
sociologists call "social infrast-:
ructure" in under develop'
countries. Plans for a new $500;,-i
000,000 aid program for Latin.,i
America which experts call "just,,
a beginning',' have followed thisoi
line, emphasizing housing, agri-
cultural extension projects, agr, i
iqultural credit plans, education 2
and health. .


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In the meantime the city-traf- These signs will regulate the
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Properly

L- In Haiti .

'A basic need for all Haitian
I-,,Hotels is properly treated and
. filtered swimming- pools, 'accord-
ing to Seymour Kawaller of the
:::Modern Swimming Pool Co.,
.,fWhite Plains, New York.
Here on a short inspection vi-
[" sit of Haiti's pools, Mr Kawal-
j ler expressed amazement at the
.-poor state of the majority'of. the
Capital's swimming pools which,
ihe maintained', were not being
treated efficiently or properly.
Aware that an acute water
shortage exists .in this country
during the dry season SeynMour
Kawaller told the Haiti Sun that
wiith a comprehensive filter and
proper water treatment a pool
..need only be filled once a year.
The Swimming Pool'agent sta-
.ted that many of Poit au Prin-'
;.ce's ,pools were treated, only with
U.hlorine, a disenfecting agent,
V.'.hich was fa from sufficient
?. preventing the -formulation of
healthyy Algai in pools. So far
,.'%"tourism went, he continued,
..'s was a -very bad practice as
jerican visitors ob ejected


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S;HAIT I SUN"


Treated Pools Major Need


l swimming in pools infested with
murky slime and Algai.
Mr. Kawaller said that a thor-
ough and hygenic upkeep of
swimming pools here v as one of
the most important facets of .the
island's tourism especially as
the country lacked beaches n
easy reach of the capital city.
"In the United States public
health standards decree that all


You know
It's a really fine
SScotch when it'll
J JOHNNIE
WALKER


public swimming pools, no mat-
ter what size,- have to have a
complete water t irnover every
8 hours. This becomes 16 hours
for pools installed for private
use" stated Seymour Kawaller
The presence of disease carry-
ing green Algai. as 'is found in'
many pools here, could easily
be eliminated by the fitting of
a. sand and gravel filter and the


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DISTRIBUTOR PREETZMAN-AGGERHOLM


PAGE 13


utilization of properly administ- is nedded to ensure hygenic;
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gem. It is this latter which corn- treatments and cleaning mater-
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and prevents it from reforming, During his visit here Mr Sey-
according to the Modern Swim- mour Kawaller met with DoI -
mirng Pool representative. Mohr & Co., local agents for all,
Modern Swimming Pool Co. equ- .
Complete installation of filter ipment, and held discussions.:.
systems in a hotel pool, depend- with Mr. Tom Moore of the Don.
ing on size, would run from 500 Mohr firm.
to 1,000 dollars, stated Mr. Ka-
waller. For -a private home the Mr. Kawaller stated prior to
necessary equipment can be pur- his departure Wednesday tha* :
chased for around three of four ample filter and chemical treat-'-
hundred dollars. ment supplies will be placed on'.
With the ,installation of sand the local market in the very near
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.;.PAGE 14 "HAITI SUN"



SHaiti Favored Kennedy For

SPresident

JOINED WITH LATIN AMERICA IN MAKING ITS CHOICE
'Staw polls conducted here conducted Friday week ago put New York Times Correspondent
prior to the Tuesday election of Kennedy ahead of Nixon in the Tad Szulc stated, in a story writ-
.John Kennedy as the newi Pres- race for the "35th presidential ten from Rio de Janerio, that.
.o ident of the.United States, indi- election as did a ballot taken at Latin Americans "franrdy favor
coated that the majority of Haiti- the Haitian American Institute Senator John Kennedy -s -the
ans favored -the Democratic can- early this week where Haitians man most likely to meet their
'.- didate as did many Latin Arie- have a 95 percent favoritism to expectations." -
-..,.rican countries. John Kennedy. Szulc's article stated; Latin -
'.A Port au Prince spot poll Prior to eletcion day, Nov. 8, America is watching the United
,", States elections with immefise
interest, predicated on the hope,
that the new President will grant
this vast region the top-priority
6:.- attention heretofore reserved for
other parts of the world. .
SUnited States elections have
always .commanded interest in
SLatin America, but events of the
." Lo V AU K last four years in this area and
D- FFERENT their impact, on .relations with
'*' the United States have created
the feeling that a turning point
in hemispheric history is being,
Approached. -Heifce the great im-
'"A 8 Ra .. portance being given here to the
outcome .of the balloting Tues-
day.
Latin Americans -frankly favor
Senator John F. Kennedy, the
S Democratic Presidential' nomi-
nee, as the man most likely to
Meet these expectations.
In a sense, Latin-American pu-
S'. .. blic opinion has -been encourag-
ft b am or& a b. ed by the fact that hemispheric
-. de n n-n problems have been seriously
roulemenp donned lue traci* discussed, probably for the first
curit uppl6mentalres. UGo iB mlI e time, in. a Presidential camp-
.. isb e S.lence reduj 1 W algn year. However, it is real-
: r d ized that only the urgency of
S. .gits h s dsa gr'abls the Cuban situation has forced
S- t and' i q'ue la construcidn legk. -' the candidates to turn their at-
Su, r-GCushion Sans Cham. ro in tention to this region, which La-
ko ls c hots d 4 l- in-Americans say has always
-:': "m ernot d'absorber les cahots ,sin-n
1,- -P been forgotten, neglected and
6utS. YVousi aurez motis d p simply taken for granted.
'p lat, &t moins de d6lais parce quo I.- UPHEAVALS ARE FEARED
C.. o '-S .I vextlu.ive dW With something of a "we told
Fkk 1CQW uction Grip-Seal. O"nlid you so" .attitude, many Latin-
'A Goodyear 60mine pratiquemno, M American officials .and commen-
read" aWison abituelle.' tators recall that for years they
".. have been sounding warnings
over the lack of United States in-
terest in Latin-America's -grave
economic, social and political
-problems. They have feared that
1-S = A i this would perhaps result in utip-
heavals or in surge of ariti-Unit-
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exploited by extreme. Left-wing -would then be. given a -wid
and nationalist groups; =-.- hearing. This, it is said;,-wo
Here in Brazil the Cuban pro- "serve, in tiile, to propel the h
olem has often- served as a re- misphefe toward neutralism.
minder fhat Washington gave the "cold war" and a grow
President Juscelino KAbitschek orientation toward the Comm
a polite brush-off when.,he .pro- nrst bloc.
posed, in -1958. his .program of ,At present, the Venezuelan G
far-reaching -inter-American co- vepnmient Is beset by revolti,
operation in political as well as ary pressures from LeftiLts;.
economic enterprise., ru's regime charged- last mob
President Kubitschek acted.. a- that a conspiracy of Commn
ter' interpreting the attacks on-ists .and "Fidelistas" was a&o
Vice President Nixon in Caracas Ecuador has a new and -natio
as the first major danger signal alistically ininded Administi
of changing Latin-American at- tion that faces .deep social p
titudes. However, it is pointed [blems and a difficult. border di
out here that it was only after pute with Peru. Argentina. ar
two more years, aind the explo- Chile 'are fighting, to maint
sion of the Cuban crisis, that-the ,economic .stabilization again
United States embarked on a. the onslaughts of the Left Win
fresh approach to hemispheric Brazil is between Administr
problems through signing the ec- tions, and the policies of. Presi
onomic declaration in Bogota in dent-elect Janio Quadros are
September. still question mark. In the cdun-
With this background in mind try's destitute northeast, Sehat-
and with new complications con- or Quadors .(aces a -potdntially
stantly arising -n the area, La-; zievolutionary situation. ,
tin Americans look upon the Un- ". ', '*
ited States elections exclusively Responsible public opinion-has
from the viewpoint of .how the high hopes', based primarily on
victory of either 'candidate will sentimental reasons, that a Ken-
affect hemispheric relations. nedy victory would mean a 'new
NEUTRALISM COULD GROW era in Uhited States relations
Sentiment here is summed up with Latin America.-,Through
in the belief that, -unless 'the next fifteen years of deep changes
Administration gives Latin Ame- here, the impact o( .PE.igdent
rica continuing' top-level atten- Franklli D. Roosevelt'as -"Good
tion, expressed in political and -Neighlbr Policy" hias not'et be-
economic measures, it will run comee outworn and it is (omstant-
the risk of seeing the region in- ly recalled across .Latin Ameri4
creasingly turn, away from the.'ca. Thus,. Latin. Americans tend
United States. .-, to see a Kennedy vicw-y as the
It is', said that extreme Left:.piomise....o1* t ;.'et -Rrn ose-t
Wink, nationalist "Fidelista" and, .vel Hi' tiiini'~ about the bem-
other anti-United States group's.isphere '
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AVELLERS NOTE-BOOK -


Mxuti Train T,


SCon fts Oceans

nlHanama City, 'Panama-A cod verpment-owned Panama Canal a five mile strip, -
strto-coast Troid-trip .hin riden bompny. travels between the and beyond that is. t
7t '.two bucks is' still< about the .terminals of ,jPanama City on of Panama, founded i
'biggest transportation' bargain in the Pacific. side, and Coldn, on 3 department forme
PtBe Westernr Hemisphere. the Atlantic. The old wooden ing to Colombia.
.;And that's .exactly what. you cars with,ytheir straw seats (or Here; centuries ago
.ge.here in the Canal Zone, cheaper, wooden .seats) have Peru crossed, the .C
ssroads qf the Wvorld, where been cartryng' Zone. personnel., (Royal-Road) from
t lackety-ciackArAmerican train travelers and visitors for..more. Atlantic on pack m
'LI take ydu from. the Atlantic tlin' 100 years., sent to Cartagena-
tet0e Pacific,' "r'vice yersa, and Today 'a Diesel pulls them, but and thence to Spain
ack,;again for only $2. a lone steam engine, of pearly gantlet: of j the' 'Spa
at'Is'-leps, than an, hour .and a vintage ,rsts,.pn: a platform, out- qere gold-rushers "ci
al U each way. side the 'tatonp at. Balboa': the Atlautc to Pacific. an
IGetting to -Panama, is no prob- Zone station on the 'Pacific side, ed north to Califort
l. i eitherr -. only,' four hours as a mute reminder of the...soot Here -Simon 'Solivar
m* in1iani, six fromNew Or- and cinders-.of a bygone day. /j' first Pag American
.ans pr 14-from Los Angeles by Many Americans, today, 4unfa- 1822, out., f which-
an ;American.tWorld Airways.. miliar' with, theC'.&n4 .buift dur-'the Par Amerien'
'Te ..trahs-is.thf traintrip. lo ng their., parents'. .time,', appre- known, as ; the' Qrg
Luresqde. Part:. oftie route ciate only vTenh they' see'it the, American States. ,
4 aogside the Big .Ditchfi heie magnitude of th the'all, accon-
C* -te .glimpses,"o "oceanves- listed from ,19 914 Panama's shops
I s g '.i' -' offer choice ps
Sg.g through, the- three..sts he 'builders -conguered bugs offer choice wares:'f
-locbs 'as ..our train rAbM 'an4 diseases, as rwelt las, near- and the Orient at pri
y 'Mcj,._ it, .tod," is, through impassable. jungles'-Howl well a frctio of those
e g tropical jngled they succeed' is ,reflected 'to- In.addition, 'there. .
.e r is s.pgged.it.* ,waa:in a candl w hichhand&es. 5 interest, .unexcelled
a.'a-'arahingrggritund fot to 30' ships dailyy one of the accommodations, s v
t .O s 'during the lIst world's busiest, marilinme.arte. 'golfing, and' horse i
-.V he, U.S.go. On e their side of-, the canal :L. There's rio6ed-tap
.'- ~ ting lin orout -si
S. ;.' :ist cad issued by. a
et office. Money. p
diminaied. too,' a
silver Balboa' is e
U.S.. dollar.' In fact
its.- othen si1er coi
25 and `b 'cent d
like U.S. coJn, Pat
money, tusin g- U.S.


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MINISTER PAPAILLER HEADS
UNESCO DELEGATION FOR
,| .HArnI
The Rev. Hubert Papailler,
VM.tiaister of Education, heads the
q' delegation representing Haiti at
..the XI.General Assembly of UN-
A i'ESCO in Paris from November
1i..4th to. December 10th. .
4I;. ,_Departing Monday for France
-with the Rev. Papailler 'were
-.the other delegation members,
J.Tean Montes Lefranc, Gineral
secretary of the Department of
Coordination and Mrs Nicole
0oice, Attache of the same De-
ipS.rtment.
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and storageplaces to rent.
rjipply Mr. ]einbold, opposite
iltary airport.
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Boat Travel To H.aiti .


Banana boat travel is "tops"
so far as Miss Margaret Bates,
a visitor from- Engiand, is con-
cerned:
Away from her native England
for the past one-and-a-half year,
Miss Bates landed from a Ba-
-nana Boat at Gonaives Sunday
week ago from 'Nassau, B-ham-
as determined to/pay a visit trj
the Citadel. '
Unfortunately the buses wer-
en't running to the Cap that da.
or hour and Margarqt finally
hitch-hiked; into, Port au Prince
with small hand bag arid sleep-
iig bag. This young woman was
one traveller who liked to do


things the hard way.
arure'. per 'Camior
Haitien Wednesday s
'to walk from the Cit
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" HAITI SUN"


My Best Travel Memory:Trip Into&Voodoo

By ANNE FRANCIS
`Star of "Girl of the Night" COuntry
.~My best travel memory took
-place in one of the most fascin- The natives, with the best in- tried a bottle of rum and sold
,ting countries I know, 'Haiti. tentions in the world, were try- drinks for a dime. The only
ing to pour an evil-smelling po- American song he knew was our
SA large group of Hollywood tion of herbs down her throat. national anthem. The trail rang
.personneL and reporters had She was trying to keep from with "Oh say can you see..."
:.gone to Haiti for the world pre- drinking it. By the time we rea- There was an excitement and
.miere of "Lydia Bailey." While qhed her, she was in a state of a sense of darinV about this
vwe'were there, we flew, across fears and-, near-hysteria, trip I've never "experienced
"the mountains and jungle from since.
Port au Prince to .Cap Haitien. We had our guide explain to
From Cap Haitien we started the natives that the white lady
the climb to the fabulous Citadel didn't warit the medicine. They
built by Henri Christophe, the shook their heads, but stopped NEWS IN BRIEF
slave who became a king. insisting. She felt-more reassur-
ed, and we continued on to the Mr. Richard King, of the firm
S t top. As.soon as we reached the of "White Horse", London, En-'
:-The Citadel is built atop a top, we sent someone else back gland, i! k current guest at
mountain, with a, commanding to her. George and Gerty Heraux' Sans
ew of the sea and country for Soulci. Hotel as are Mrs Gladys
.les around. The only way to The view from the top, and the Wright, Canada and Mrs Helen
atach the mountain top is afoot Citadel itself, built by a strange Heimberger, a new member of
.- on .horseback. We went on and powerful man, are sights the U.S. Embassy staff and per-
rseback, using the tiny Haitien never to be forgotten. We en- sonal secretary to Mr Robert
.Pes. The horses are so small, graved the picture on our mind's Newbegin. the new U.S.- Ambas-
wwas almost ashamed to ride. eye, then started down. sador.
,ost ,of the Party had gone Also staying at the Sans Souci
dead. I- started later, -with one As we began our descent, the are newspaper man G. F. Pres-
thie. reporters and a native heavens opened up and poured cott and his wife, Maine, Illi-
rain. The trail grew slippery, nois, Mr H. Montgomery, who
S, and our little ponies slipped and is replacing Mr James C. Nel-
e -trail winds through dense slid all the way down. I'll never son as Vice-Consul at the' U.S.
'le. There is no life around forget one addition to the party Embassy and Mr C. M. Wright
V ..h an occasional native acquired on the way down. He who is replacing Maurice Brooks
ed aut. Through, the jung- was a little native boy who car- at the Embassy.
'ou sometimes hear a native
er chanting as he works. __
s;j .,voodoo country, and if
re, a tenderfoot, as I was,
can't help feeling a little
s you make the trip. S HIP BETWEEN
"0 1801-X(ITI

.ddenly, as we rounded a V A
in the trail, we came to a V
*' of natives hovering over / -
'iwhite .woman lying on the _
un'd. She proved-fo be one of r A141
.0 reporters. We couldn't imag-
41what had happened. It turn-
.dout she had become ill on the .
+Wde .and had insisted that the W I
'e of the party'go on )o the
Sto without her. Then, left, a!o- N
b; ..he had become'lonely and .,
!. tened of the natives.


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ON THE RUE DU QUAI


IN HfAITI THIS WEEK

(Continued from page 2)

-Mrs Annette Rose, a painter from Palm Beach. Fla.., ar,;ved
.here Friday morning on board of the SS Franca C in company
with her mother Mrs Rose Kratsi and her aunt Miss Rae W,\ner.
Tne party is staying at the Hole) Oloffson. Mrs Rose is entrr ced .
t. the natural beauties of the Island. This "charmante" ', sitor .
plans to make some sketches hete. ,
-Lovely Helen Muharsk. Patsy .M. S-A dan and Myrna I. -.
Warknen, teachers at the Rarne. Air Force Base in Puerto Rlico Y.
flew here Friday for a two day respite. The.\, stoppedd a' the
R.viera.
-Mr John Hollingsworth Tresqler, Ji. a book publisner horn
Ohio and his wife Joan are current guests at the Oloffson. Joan .
is. a keen dancer.
-Misses Merril Ann Kreutz, in Advertism in New Yoik and
Nanc3 Jane Pierce, of Time Inc. arrived here Friday but their.
luggage was not in the Plane. The two gills are staying at least
a week in Haiti.
-Miss Anne Copeland, a Travel Agent trom New York is a;,.
guest at Ute El Rancho. -
-Writer Samuel Burchell Ill and Investment Banker John Kelly '.
Culman from New York are visiting he'e. They are staying two
%teeks at the Hotel Oloffson. "
-Dr .Copeland Bowers fronri Kokomo, Indiana and wife Dorothy
are currently guests at the Villa Creole.
-Lovely Mary Yick from Boston, Mass. and Mary ee, a comp-..,
ulter programmer ruom Detroit, Michigan have had .a five day
enjoy le visit in Haiti. These two Chinese American, girls were
guests at the El Rancho. ;.
-Mr Wallace G. Rouse. Vice President ot the Berlanti 'Overseas
Corporation from New York and "a Member of Ihe Republic of
Haiti special commission on economics affairs tthe other members
are Mr. Berlanti, Engineer Ha-rry Tippenhauer and Minister Herve
Boyer as Chairman) greeted at the airport Saturday Dr. Carlos .
Otto V., Vice President of the Venezuelan American Independent
Oil Producers Assoc. Inc (Empire State Building, N.Y.I Dr. Otto
came here to meet waiti several Haitian Officials. He' is guest at
the El Rancho. .

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Nahoun (Bebe). Aura, the Haitian representative for A.%l..l
- the largest producers of fiber textiles and chemical product
in the USA. Mr. Acra is seen here attending the first sales con
\rntio'i of the AMCEL company which aas, held recently at tlI
Stutlier HIulel in Ne% lYujk. '


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SHaiti's-tourism and encourage- is exchar
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,'ged 24 hours a day by this cards COL
Scountrys radio Hams, now num-
,o being over 150, who extend in-
'-vitations to all coriers of the
world.


.- Averaging half-a-dozen, cont-
acts daily, each of Haiti's Ham
: radio enthusiasts come in con-
..tact with hundreds of potential
tourists each year and many vi-
-'.sits have resulted from the des- .
optionsns of this country issued t
.dover the either. One such Ham u
':told the' "Haiti Sun" this week
thatt many of the visitors who
comee to...Port are themselves
.'amateur radio operators and o f
have made their sojourn follow-
'ti"g v-ivid radio' descriptions of
'.his count' y.

P:.With the pattern of touristt
boosting" down to a fine art the
tlotal Hams first start their
b'roadasts with the exact loca-
.txon of Haiti in the Caribbean.
Then' comes temperature, and
weatherr conditions, samples of
Ihe views to' be -seen and the
j'rbeauties of the island --all des-





o Hams have also served in
the role of educating. A young
-;.Ham .in the U.S. spoke to a coun-
tierpart in Haiti telling him that
hs school class was haorou ing a
geography test and each stud-
e .nt had. to pick a country. Na-
trast. HAskedti ws chosen andcher
'te Ham here gave a complete
i picture of Haiti which was taised
.F 'rt: the other end by the school
d t he 'student. -s









S.t-ed on-the'tape record- .
'.' h was the S thoroughness of
thJ geography passed between for
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Rayond Scott. HHRS..
It baserican won the top prize for
e urtest. Asked by his teacherin
t'-r bow he .-ame to have such "
promplete knowledge of o forehis is-
ed from the studvernment just sat back
l'.^an switched on the"tape record-


QSL CardsGT Jules Tomor, has
receivedd half-atdozen visitors
romn the States as a result of
T Ham. radio sessions. Others
w ho.r' have been rewarded for
Ifthefr efforts at plugging Haiti
end who have received visitors
-.sare HH2V Victor Lemoine and
;. Raymond Scott l-2RS.-

ta.1- It -has been suggested that as
^"a further step by the Hams in

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Sunday November 18th, 19606


All-Night Watch On-Local TV ,,


Stimulated Interest In U.S. Elections



A Haiti's big night for .TV, No- U.S. "As far as I'm concerns
member 8. found Tele-Haiti and it's the same juice out of a'd'
radio audiences* keeping a late ferent glass" he said. He. also,
late listening and viewing post spoke of how Fidel Castro, hadJ
into the small hours to hear the talked: to his followers concern-:
results of the United States Pre- ing the elections. -
sidential elections. The members of the United.j
This is the first time Haitians States Information Service (US.1
Late shown such a wide interest ISj who arranged the radio and,,
n hlie election of a U.S. -Presi- TV shows were enthusiasticalltI
lent and Tuesday--night listen- congratulated "by the many hund-"
.is were kept full up to .date reds who listened. .This compred-'
)y radio broadcasts and the ex- hensive team was composed of-;'
cellent programs provided by James Oberstar, commentator,.!"
,he USIS and Tenasa. John A. Floyd, the Director,
Tele-Hajti opened its all-night the Haitian-American Institud,
-hannel with a program and' who introduced the films shiod4"l
:im on the conducting of, voting' Julien Lauture, the assistant.
in England for Prime Mirdister lector of the Institute who.super-- "
ind Parihament and followed vised a program at the Institute
vith films on U.S life which where some 300 people gathered -
%ere interspersed with the up-' to watch the election results on':"
'o-date election .newscasts. the TV. Also Carlo Etienne :who'
Most of Haiti's television sets masterminded the turning of theO'-L
*ad all-night watchers and a] USIS offices into a radio studio-'
iuni,er of election night parties, for simultaneous broadcasts, (4..-.-
.anging [frm coffee and cookies radio stations carried a five-
to stronger brews, were held in- hour election night program
(-*ding a Large gathering at the throughout Haiti,)- Miss Ade
Hotel Riviera. Perigord who gave the coming
in his early morning (7am) taties each hour and- half hour i
post-election day radio program and -Fred Qujnn,...tabulator 0
fiom Petionville Juste was cau- the results and writer- of:the raI A
tious in stating his favored can- dio newscasts.- -Mr. -Quinn also4A
didate for .the Presidency of the wrote part of the'TV nbwscasts:;J




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AA-Bowdp Field Station rqaniagenJohu Quinm and family are
k from i .twoq..i nth vacahlon in the States.... The Claude Ma-
ts.A'CA) have pamed their-son :n heir "Philip". He weighed
o. ndriaiy October '23rd... Two French doctors arriving here
n. oiaicultfuaJ miss'ioni are.-4-ooteur Worms a specialist in
Ldrea.sicdkhessesrDpi-- the- crtaryv General of Pans Hospitals,
1iDr,-,Pequigot7 inspectbr.ef Health. They will give courses and
ererces at ut 'Faciulty7ot:Medicine:. 'ilbertCastera is baek
at Uermiany and iS. dd where heb specialized' in typewriters,
.g machines. e iis:o i- a workshop on Rue Dantes Des-
cej. .'Te.Huiita'fi i ainteA- Irene Balas n6w famous through-
ebysterinH.emiseere, has arri-ed in Port au .Rrinc aind
-Vgiveaff e iUjonii th-Eit should stimulate -the "winter art season
S '-. '- r' .3 : ., ", '
Poti:._ TiheHaitiaWFederation .f Ti'nspor't workers, announced
-'=-- November 7 fares on the P-au-P .Petionville cirCuit
'atter'pm :to one. gourde..'.Only exception would be
itted.to idec., :till. 9pn. fq ten cents 'U.S and,
card signed. byif-AOe 'Larose... Natioal- Popular
Vs.dppi at- th&" Verdurt -'-ver" the weekend' the 'pla.
a wife or the jealose husUantS. The play as-'adver-t
ta'slugan "Watch .out youdon t'throw ihto disaster tihe
does not search disaster... Work on the Internationial
berentrecomenced -on 'the -Haezry Truman. Boulevard.'


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-ITima takse on a'rosy hufe
through the sapphire crystal
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In Haiti This Week ,' t A 4' -a x'-*% a '' %

-Account Executive Franklin 4
S. Kelly of Holiday- House (Tra-
vel Center Inc of Detro.t, Mich.)
and Mr and Mrs Andy Ander-4 fri T '
seu of the Southerland Tours -S
welcomed with band and banner
Saturday a party of the Montgo- O L I V
mery Engineering Co. These vi- .
sitors are staying six days atl
the El Rancho and Ibo Lele. F an B eu
-Young Rene Scutt flew to 4 r r
New' York yesterday to study .
electric engineering. He will live .
with his sister Mrs Daniel. I-bb- l
bert 'iv Netv ,York. helps
-Ypg P oe.t "Jean Richard -
ra.orest was .Taken to the Bow- HAITI, EIGHT AGAINST EROSION
On Field. Satidyby is-aplopt; -. .
ed. another, -iss Pire Merce- ___
ron, wife af the Chief -ot Stff
of 'the Aimy. Jean. RICHIARP'D *. '
will study theater (directing, T. *F' ..r: p- ,m
V.) inm ,aris for three. years. -- i.z. U 1 CtL-.t' '
Many fellow Jererni ens farewel- '-
*ed hi m.
-Haitian economist. Maurice
A: Lubini I*rrived 'home fromm '
South America Saturday. He 'at- .
tended. -a statistic seminary in '
Santiago of Chile and" visited
several --Latin Nations enruoute S

-. -Mrs Lucille W. Schreiner, a
community concert represehfat-
Ive 'from South -Dakota and. sist- '-
er Enid W. Rierncke are current .
guests. at Villa Creole Hotel. ..
.-Lunchionertte Owner Emma- CHE0 1o 031N r 4PIus .unh A ul ,I
nuel Banner from New York and i,-,t' tr
,wife Miriam arrived here Sat- .'
urday to spend a week at the / .
Hotel Ibo Lele. -.
Mrs Berta Salzman arrived N \
here from New York Saturday. --
-Mr Arthur Haas, President .
of the .Caribbean Mills. Inc. ar- .
rived. Saturday. He is staying
at the El Rancho. He is to check
'the work of several CPAS. ... "
-Michael Francis Mandulay,
President of Ojai'-Valley. Ford "4
fi:om Ojai- Caliornia is. visiting -
here with wie Rita.-They are .
staying at El Rancho. LEADER IN THE FIELD OF PROGRESS

-Salesman and Manufacturer ,
Wilbamn H. Tourin is staying two combatting erosion with
weeks at tile Oloffson Hotel. -
-Aristid Seide, a Public C U I S I N E S S O
Health Officer from New York -
and wife .Evelyn are staying ten
days-at, the-Oloffson. the new revolutionary stove
--Newspaper Editor Donald loin the fight to reserve Haiti's Riches'
Justifs Sterling Jir. from Port-
land Oregon is Current guest at CUISINESSO, the remarkable little Esso
the. IWo Lele. -
-Mona Chauvet and Marie store. anufac red b(y HAITI
Gisele Mevs greeted' at the Bow- ) rauj r -eu
en .'ield Saturday Miss Mary ,
Califano, Secretary of the Pre- especially for HAITI and already selling in
sident of Panamerican IndusL- )
rics in New York. Mona and other LA TIN AMERICAN countries.
Marie Gisele work for Brasse-
ne La Couronne which is a sub- CUISINESSO the quick cooking, ccuno
sidiary of the Panamerican In-
dustries. Miss Califano is stay-
mg two days at the Villa Creole < ical fighter against erosion and a CUISIN.
Hotel. < .
-Mildred Smith a medical ESSO only costs $1;80.
technician from Chicago and
.sister in law Atrell Smith, a Buy a CUISINESSO, buy BLUE FLAME
clerk for'. the .Teephone Co. ini Buy a
St Louis, .Mo :are staying three '
days at the Splendid Hotel.- kerosene and help promote and preserve
-Mr Carlos Valera Gonzales,
. new Ambassador of Peru in Hai- HAIdTI's forests. -
ti arrived "Saturday with his '
.wife. /-, -,,, -/" ./--",. / ,", ,",/x ', ,"." '.


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EtAQE 20


"HAITI SUN".


Sunday November


KENNEDY SISTERS ON VISIT HERE IN 1952 Tourist Director
ariM ASSISTNG EROTKER'E CAMPAIGN Attends Congress
AFTER LISTING ROT CAMPAIGN Jea Jacques Honorat, Haiti's
Director of the Govermnent Toni-
p.. 7-T ,"- =
,.. 7'" fist Office, flew to Honolulu on
9.", S'": ..W'"ednesday this week to par'ti-
.. cipate at the two-week Internm-
': "," national Congress o4 the Amen-
Scan Society of Travel Agent
i (ASTA)..

CALL AT THE

STORE CLUB

AND VIEW
THE COMPRHELN SIVE
7-.
'- :' I in'~o ny & Slg goods,
Paintings, -Jewelry,
Tortoise shell
byv Haiti's top Craftsmen.


4,lesidbet-Eleler John R. Kennedy's sisters Men from their p'aie
toVweun Fleld' for ;a sojourn 'inPort all, Prince in 1952 after 'he!p-
i. their brother', elected this. week as the' 35th President of the
.n" ed' tsates, campaign for :his startling Senate victory over
ry Cabot dge. .


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ROBBER ELUDES....
(Continued from page 1)
a 'hose a turned a jet of water
into' the- sewer, hole.. The thief
did not budge.
Corporal ,Jacques Montrevil
shouted into" the hole threaten-
ing "If. 'ydu don't .come but I'll
shoot." To which the robber re-
plied "Shoot if you wish but I
will never ,come out." At 11am
th.e policeman replied to the'
thief's taunt and fired two shots
;ito the darkeiled sewer hole,
the results of which are no:
known. except- that the wanted
fian. -still didn't come out into
LI c-bperi.

Italf-an-hour. later the Corpo--
*atleft' to .returiI later with a
Citizen. named '"Jan Le Riche
iho willingly clambered into the
hole in pursuit of the robber. .A'
fIw minutes later he came' out
alone'. .
SA passing of the hat Ip make.
a monetary collection'.and, ar.
med with knife, rope' and Hash-
lightQ Jean -Le Riche .climbed
back into the sewer for a 2nd at-r
tempt at apprehending the want-
ed rman. Two. hours 'elapsed and
Le .Riche crawled back out into
the 'sunlight Atill emptIhanded.
After' all tlise' useless att-
empts the police ftidally gave up
the chase and, at this time, the
robber still- remains at, large.
X'dc6rding .to' Le Matin though,
Jean Le Aiche lived up to his
surname and ended the day- pro-
"fif bly, 'thanks to bystanders'
contributions 4 gdurdds,. 75
centimes in pocket. and- a bottle
of Coca Cdla. in stomach: .

'BALTEA .FILM...
(Conitinined. from page I/
Filmed from an original- story
entitled "Melchior. 'de. la Crui','
written by .LIrenzo ...Ricciaidi,
the Baltea film 'will be shot. i
Technicolo-Cinemascope: .s.(.0
full, sfory see in Haiti 'this weed
page...) ,. .

NEW JOURNALIST
ASSN.. HEAD -
Dumayric Charlier was elect
ed Secretary .General'-oflthe Hai
tian Journalist Associati6n at 6
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Montgomery .:
(Continuei fri.E R
who will depart o*'&-
trip to the U:S.--on tii
November.
The following list-.
are those of the 92.viAii
Detroit:

Mr and Mrs Willi
'Mr and Mrs Charles:
Mie and Mrs Haryt.-
Mr and Mrs aaul"tV i
Mr and Mrs Wilirdlia
JVMr and,Mrs Vito'D]3
I Mr .and Mrs Jamos'cs D
'Mr and Mrs D4niel D,|,|
Mr and Mrs Edward
Mr and Mrs Gornelilus,
Mr. and 'Mrs Joseph.Do
Mr and' Mrs Michael.
-Mr, and Mr's Anttihdny'y
1Mtr and Mrs 'Sidrey .
Mr and Mrs toward Gb
Mr and Mrs.'MimlaidI-k
Mr and Mrs Richard'ge'
Mr and M Beijai
Mr and Mrs John Kaura
Mr and Mrs Edwad "jl
Mr arind Mrs Wiliar La
Mr anid.-Mrs IMrin ".Ld
Mr a and' .Mrs Milton -
-baum.. ':" :.
AMr and ,Mrs Edward ]..a
Mr.' and .Mrs Saul ..a
M U'i'nd' Mrs. Seymor:i. j
Mr Watson MaoWe-
Mr ~nd Mrsk Roobtrn 1 g
Mr 'aM MrspLion"MIlle! r
r -Mr.nd 4rs,' Samuel, k e
S r and Mrs lMics Naug



'i Mr and mrs Wilim'
Mr and Mrs'Samuel Ro
Mr ad- Mrs.lFredi R. b
Mr- aial MrsHenry Sc n i
Mi'and Mrs Emmauel SR

cimatro ,
Mr 'and Mr Eugene' .
Mr ThonaMrs. Emma uelh


Mr anti- Mfrs erbert-Wr
Sr.
Mr and Mrs'.Josepi Zisa:
-, .,
meetjigt Friday n"ght." ,
He obtained 17 votes- from
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