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 Material Information
Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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Weekly


PO. T-AU-PRINCE,'to,

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avenue Marie-Jeanne CITE DUMNARSAIS ESTIME --Phone ,061 Vol XIV Sunday, November 20th, 1960 -



BridgeBuildersbeatDeadlizn

Army Day Celebrated CASINO Miragoane Pontoon 1

OPENING ON DEC. 5 Finished Nov. 22

.RVIEA CHANGES hANDS True to their tradition of spee- ion of a pontoon bridge and al-
dy nork the U.S. Nvy team lied road works at Lake Mira-.
Lecond tfme on Port -gu Prince's ('orps will finish their construct- least eight days ahead of schelld-
.International Casino to gie it ule.
.a 30,000 dollar reconstrucio in C1 l When the construction grou:.-
S ime for the commencement of fi'om the famed &'abees Corp
Casino is scheduled to open De- th LST "Spirit of .76" near Mi-
New .holder of the Casino con- JaU .li pleuun date was .et for- Novem-
tract is said to be NMr Salinbene, "Again the Clandestine Labor ber 30. The American team has
an Italian, wh6 previously held Hiing" y.'as the headline story cut the -tine down considerably
the contract of the Harry--S. Tru- in Le Mati this week decrieing to cross oer th o flo
man boulevard sited.Casino htwo suggested illegal hiring of ait dble to cross over .he floods I3
.eaxs ago prior to turns at con- ans under pretext of Govern- lake by Norpmber 22.
tractt holding by former Nevada mental authority. In addition to erecting a solid
Governor Cliff Jones and a Las "'It is not so long ago," stated (Continued on page "20) -
(Continued on page20 the local newspaper "that we .
Dr.entr. ranecoi Duvalier aie alive lof J spoke of the clandestine labor SeriesOf Foreign
ade review on the Cha .niU M alda to Ats aW t iring ciies of -tiis countryy Es- Fxhibits Q
,j L c:.y..parad'e' peerafly those p1 Jacmel and Le-
nmversi pr.the.Bxattleo .r o.es, ooffiated at t ig WIh Iii ogane. Last week we published WESTGERMN .
e ft"iiWkte'irler the iew "20 400 a40 Poeihe St -' .-, (Continued on page 2,t EXIBIT NOV. 25TH p
Seostit.on'of. which .the,: P.r, 6t wilI-persoall i .' ollin Atwood,-.regional .A series.ef expositions depict-
ifi Chief Col. Diniel Beauvoir assisted tle Fist Lady cement director of ICA (Point IV) "'ho IS BeautieS ing the products, information, in-
te,*ild tone. .. RE -, A . Arrived Mond aopanied by At L.uX ny dli an.\d business iave be en
______ ----__ _______________ ----- Point IV p~vil' Engiheer Warren At Luxoay Por
LEBANESE'- BUSINESSMEN sJ. Lethan spent the week here A large audience is expected dhariber of Commerce 'arid w6ll .
S. ;* S TE P S ENT cussing the aid program with to attend the second beauty par- star- November 25 with an show.
Saitian Government officials. 'ade of contestants for the title ing of West German phases o
An imposing delegation of cos Duvalier on Thursday mor Greeted upon arrival by C of "Miss Haiti 1961" to be held life a the chamber's building
Haano-Arabe" buiessmen ning this week.. ruerce and Industry Clov.is-Desi- at the Beau Riage's new Lux- With each exposition to last
we received at. the National Paying their inspects to the rur Mr Atwood had round table ony night club tonight at 8:30 week the whole Chamber /of
Place Lby .P-esdent Dr. Fran- President were; Adib Milium, discussions with Cabinet Minist- pm. Commerce building is to e uti
(Continued on pae ) cis and Point Four officials. (Courinued on page s (Continued on page 20)


ea agi, Haitian,, To Exhibit I


.ptinga an a Nv .hoo d S
of j~twLi tak&- .9s"J~ n~ OHa~ hru l s .-IN
F eon coiombia .
when. Irene Balas, Carlen> r lB a Rg
ner de Schaedel and Phiippe
'Sterlin openrv their. joint .exhili.T:
tio at ..the. Hotel Beau Pik'age
on Friday Ddcenber 9.1
vrdin[g ra- uniqip Win:terx ea
Opening for this cot,(mtry, the:.
x.. sTow, running through Dec
.will 'be-, a strong burst"
Color and 'a comprehensive
rescuLation of the cultures of
Wt and Latin America.
The trio-to exhibit Lt the' Beau
n1age comprise an iternat.tid :
gathering of accomplishe J'a-
is, each of, whom has m
nane for thbm'seve'si
active fields.
K aiti's Philipe Sterlin, sulpt-
All 'lather engraverit to
;-afi -lea it f t" o al
t a. selection of Hi.an
-diculptures which strongly
W-t',-the abstract expression
elj rioted .conceptions of Irene Balas, the Hungitrian born painter who has adopted South
I rotisland ed s culture. options o meriea and nxhose ,orks hang in the major air galleriesin ti- Carmen ainer
"- Lippe Sterli' in tb
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4P-AGE 2 H- .-iHAITI SUN" Sunday Novembe ,

Mr Robert Rosenman, an attorney from Chicago Miss Estelle Students Ask
.'. T. A1 Friedman, an accotintant from Chicago. The party was taken to Tr surer Re
S II i Iotel .Choucoune by the" Southerland and in the afternoon they went The governing .body of the"'
,.AA vWIIJfl\ to Cap Haitien for two days. They were back here yestei-day for tional Union of Haitian studq
-f a three days at Choucoune Hotel. made- appeals- this week
AS RECOUNTED -Mr Robert J. Wolff; financier :from St Louis Mo. and wife their organ "Tribune desga
giants" and a Odelegation for
Rit' -. Kla are current guests at ther.-El Rancho. Jerome J. Joffie, a release- of their, treasurer"
B BY Savings and- Loan Assoation. Official from St Louis and wife several college students
S- Sally are also guests at the El Ranchd. ed in September.
.H' AUBELIT N IOLICOEUR --Waiy Talamas, of 1e, Canape Vrt Shop' has entertained this Governmentoffisia told
7. "-tLJ IK~a.k' "week Miss Rosemary Monson, .a medical Secretary from Chicago on ent o a
-. RO-an urer Joseph Roney was in pa
UIODC PUCHASES RIVIERA HOTEI and Miss Marylin B. Wiatr a I.B.M. Operator from Chicago; they sessionn of evidence at the ti
S are guest at the Riviera. : of his- arrest that estiblished'i.
'- .Mr. Mardie (Martin) Herbert Bagedopow arrived here Thurs- -i Fern B. Alexander and Eve Edelstein, two pretty girls from belonged to a subversive org
S afternoon from New York.-He was accompanied by Mr. R. Chirago are keeping Andy Khawly'very bury for a week. The two nization.
-Other official sources stat
1a Eillico. a hotel Manager from CAnada., Chicagoans. are staying-at Hotel Choucoune. tha fii veslgati6onp
r Martin, former Manager, of the Riviera Hotel of Haiti ami .-Attorney Dale Dawson and wife. Helen from Michigan are ad other students was ihi
-ounced that 'the International. Hotel Development Corporation has guests at the Oloffson. -r way..-Communism was the a
qured the Riviera Hotel from Paul Weesner. Mr. Martin Vice-. -Mr Warren H, Pauley, an Export Manager for Congoleum naira, ve.isive. organization acootr

resldenFof theIinternational Hotel' Development Corporation and a floor covering, from Ne' Jersey is staying 5 days at the tana" to all reports. .See e JouE
,o e princal stok holder his corporation will manage Misses Mary C. Schafer an Elen MeGarry, a odel are guests tori page .
--Mall,,-6 hotels .of the chain -in the Caribbean. at Chocoune. ..
-. ,return to Haiti',. said Mr. -Marti, .because I love the country .Merchant Rochiraifi B. Dadlani from Jamaica-is visiting the ITUARY -
Sthe"peopnle. If is -the. reason wny the International Hotel Deve- Dadlanis here for 10 days. ; T.COL ALFRED BERNA..
We nt Corporation took th Rvir and. will do everything poss- ofThdeath occurred Suny
to promote the tourist industry. in Haiti.Mr Ray Purpus, .Vice- -teau of 'thel'Idica(Co-rps
C-'P.rqsident of the Hilton. International, is 'Pesident of ou.r Hotel the Haitian..Army.
h, he hopes Ltrough his-contacts to work in everyWay possible A Lieutenant-Colnel Bernate
.4't'only to the benefit of the .Riviera but also the Country. Further, ws give na -m tary funeral F
-- is our position that we aye guests in ,the cod itry and as such L day at the Casernes. Dessaline
not engaged .in politicsL ad -we will- 0a everything possible e AT. THE \ -- a catke s eif
... .. e ""I-werelaced-iii state afer1 eme
Shell to-promote the7 general welfare of the Community." .. re New York
Bloide andbeautiful Patricia Fenney and Terry V. Sharp, two ,'s Thuray'
of the Scarsdale Manor North Scarsdale, 1New York afre A member of the Haitian s
guests at the' El Rancho.- They are being entertained by med Forces: for 27 yearsC th
Tal pas bn k visit here, Joe .CollettiProduction-i Chief c I t.- te L. Co.- Bernateau ass ath
ions company, from Elizabeth, New Jersey and John M -- reden r d alcols uvas
t. S. chuurman, Managing Director of .an Amstel Brewery in li ir.
dThey are all guests at the El Rancho. SO E GXCITINGLY DIFFERENT FOUR -W. d had flbwn to: New York
". Reynolds, -ho relation with the Reynolds of. the Rey- weeks punda r, to his death las i
sMiriig- an executive of- the Reynolds Metals Co ini Nebras. Sunday at the Nav
....... *- Alban, New' York, :%where-.the
ved-here this week and'was greeted by friend, noted Haitian VOODOO DANCERS deceased as receiving hedial
G. eorges N. I.eger, Jr. After a few dayk in a hotel in FAMOUS BACOULOU treatment.
rion e, he was guest of the Reyriolds in, Paillant, Miragoane..
Ginger .Karl 0. Kohler, Jr., J.erzy Zapadko Mirski, Douglas
smith, George.' Louis- Christopler arri'Od here this week. to / "
w .wk on the development ol the Loan. Fund. ... "
Mrs'Katharine Newbegin, wife of the U.S. Ambassador of in
aJ t Prince was greeted at the Bowen Field, Tuesday, afternoon
-her husband cand son Robert Newbegin, Jr. and some high rank
tdliials of the Embassy: Mrs. jewbegin is on her first- visit in

D. Henry Colcher arrived from New York this week to teach
f'.9& mordthat the -Faculte de Medecine of port au Prince.
'YMr. Donald W. Van Zant,. a U.S. Government"official from,
shington, D.C. is current guest at the. lbo Lele. He is accom,
A iied by biologist Wilbur B. Stiles; a U.S. Government official
S-ft n Washington.
.-ovely Janie F. Back ,and Nincy Elizabeth Cotter are current
&-iguets at Villa Creole.
-Salesman Robert B. Berlin and ivife Satah, Miss Joyce Marylin
from C'hicago, Luray Marea Thomas, also from .Chicago
re .visiting Haiti this week and are guests at. the Iontana.
,--conomist. analyst Harlan Wayland Davidson; Jr. frtm Ala-
ida.Californiai; Mr George Scott a business Manager and wife
-.el-are guests at Villa Creole. R "
jtFaulein Gesine Bertrand, an artist from New' York arrived
ere for. a five day visit in Haiti. She will be joined here Monday
""y .ber sister. This lovely. visitor is entranced with the art of the
P,'cunbtry. She is a guest at the Beau Rivage.
,-Thursday afternoon, a party of 7 arrived here- and was
g.-reeted by the Southqrland- Tours. The party includes; Arlington
erett Eaton, Irene Veronica Eaton, an Account Executive from
4,iarsana. Mr. Donald J. Campbell, an electrical Engineer from
..cjnafi Ohio, Miss ,Doris Ann Adams, a home economist from Tons of floor space and easy access to .the com- prehensive stock -are the features of the tis
L'Vncinnati Ohio, Mr Lee Norman Abrams, a Lawyer from Chicago, showroom of the new NF & S Construction, S.A. building on Rue Americaine.
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Sunday November 20th, 1960)


"HAITI SUN"


Increased Tourist Facilities


Sen. Victor Nevers Constant Installed

As New Tourism Minister


Victor Ne'.eis Constant, w.:ll-
known oratorical Senate memaLb-
er, set forth proposals for tour-
ist facilities, following his 1,?-
ta;'.tion as the new Minister for
Tourism eaHly Monday, at a Na-
tional Office of Tourism ceore-
niony.

Presiding over Senatoi Con-,t-
ant's installation, Minister Paul
Blanchet spoke of Constant's,
."brilliant and patriotic initrven-
tions" in the Senate and noted
- that his new .appointment '.'.us
one which had been %waited for
and would give Senator Constant
full scope to "utilize his out-
standing abilities and make him
a member of the oIficial famdil;,
of the Chief of State."

Speaking tu ioi.,- assembled.
Senator-Utinister Const.ti-it read a
list of proposals wht.-hi e in-
tends to'inaugurate iit' Ins pio.
p gram as soon as pors'ibll The
proposals listed promised:
The urgent creation of a'"Pare
TOURIST MINIS
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L'U TuLrisin]Ie" whlieli would be
i'.edIcated toL the late Ptesident
' uiIVaIrisaiS Estime and would
al, e, in its ccntr.ii, a Palace-
.tf Touiis"t desti-ic.d to ludge
It'e variouss offices of that de-
i niltmin w v.ith a permanent Ex-
1.otition Salon included.
This Palacet would, stated Mi-
ni-ter Constant. also contain.
i cih departments as a c:ifeien-
c- h, iJ, alchi\ves, bil)[i'lec, pho-
i.,graphic. information, statistics,
tiransport, hotel, folklore and pu-
tlicitty departments all neatly
laid out and displayed.

Senator Victor Neiers Corist-
ant also promised that the Cit\
Duiirsaizas Estime would be de-
ci'ted a tourism zone in the very
lntal futurre and that a monu-
,nc-nt ouul be: elected to the'
Ilemor. oi the Marion Slaves
'who "hati such a small place
mit our histuio books."

The fouihti propos..d slated th'll
at Arcahalie, whcie the ilaitial
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flag was born, a permanent ex-
position will be kept up during
the two tourist seasons and cam-
ping facilities for foreign visit-
ci-: ,.ill be pro-ided.
The formation of Haiti's first
[,rate Aviation Club formulat-
ed the tifth proposal and the
construction of a string of hot-
c-ls between Port au Prince and
Cap Haiten made up the sixth.
Victor Constant continued that
serious attention is to be given
to the organization of sport fish-
ing in Haiti and that conversa-
ti,,is are to be held without de-
la. to permit a number of 'navi-
gatrii oand aviation companies
.o i ns t a I themselves in this
country.
"The. city's beggars, obstacles
to the advancement of our tour-
ist movement, will be alleviat-
ed-' added the new tourist nin-
ister. Also scheduled for the tour-
ist industry and in view of pro-
moting visits from University
.ind working tourists, Haiti's
Boarding Schools given mod-
ern comforts will be trans-



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the winter season.

Appeals are also to be made
to the National Service of Hy-
geine to regularly control all
hotels and restaurants and it
was proposed by Minister Cons-
tant that it be made obligatory
for hotels of more than 30 rooms
to assure the immediate servi-
ces oi a doctor and to maintain
a qijalified resident nurse.
Outlines of a project to pro-
vide Mole St. Nicolas with a
commemorative chapel were gi-
ven to those attending tie ins-
tallation. It was proposed that
this chapel would be built on
historic land where the first Ho-
ly Mass was celebrated in the
New Wo'rld.


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73. I(the city of Petionville. This is the residential section where
usess are modern and the hotels are lavish and comfortable
< iml the food can be highly recommended. The usual meal mighl
on ?tart off with a rum punch mixed with wild honey and lime
air- .ice. The next possibility could be flaming lobster, fried pork
e of 4 i.h rice and black mushrooms, and then perhaps a sweet potato
C to udding. This would all be topped off with a strong black cup
ent. Oif lHaitian coffee.
'sitlu Aside from hotel night lile, Petionville possesses a night club
k' iflue in the West Indies, the CABANE CHOUCOUNE, a build-
ng of bamboo shaped like an inverted ice-cream cone. Th/
4 -xlerior looks like the chief's hut in an African village, but the
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A contribution for the expen-
ses of organizing the publicity
and other expenses of the tour-
ist department will be imposed
on various interests and suppor-
ted by this country's tourists,
concluded Constant. The amount
of this contribution, would, how-
ever, be small.

Among those attending the in-
stallation ceremony for Victor
Neveis Constant were members
of the Cabinet, numerous offi-
cial peisonages, the Mayor Jean
Deeb and a delegation from City
Simone Duvalier presided over
by the leader Miracule Joseph."
Following the ceremony, Minist-
er Constant invited those assist-
ing at the installation to a re-
ception held at the Savoy Cafe.


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af FT '.i E. er Gregorio de la Fuente. Mrs ed. Here she was able to d
lt.n.ie--ileanHungarianHaitian Exhibit ea shabet
HnXt de Schaedel distinguished her- elop her abilities in the bad
self at the school and later con- ground of a challenging Andea
tinued her studies in the United environment in collabo r a t io
BALAS, DE SCHAEDEL, STERLIN SHOW AT BEAU RIVAGE states, working with various ar- eilli the school of fine arts,
.- List circles iii San Francisco and that city and many of her pr"
(Continued from page 1) with 25 color plates from his While serving as Director of Santa Barbara, California. ductions were exhibited in Cuz
. Well-remembered is the popu- own hand, clearly demonstrating the gallery "Foyer des Arts Pla- Following her marriage to Dr. co. It was in Peru that Carmez
larity that Siei-In received in the originality and power of sug- stiques," Sterlin, who also fill- Schaedel. who is a specialist in de Schaedel met and formed
1952 with his collection of art- gestion contained in the Voodo) ed at that time, 1955-58, the post Latin American cultures, Mrs. close friendship with Irene 4B.
istic bindings of pressed and fire emblems. M a n y U.S. libraries of Villa Creole Gallery manager, Schaedel moved to Cuzco, Peru las, the third artist contribution'
engraved leather which showed and museums, as well as similar dedicated his efforts unceasing- where her husband was assign- (Continued on page 17


" HAITI SUN"


the stylized abstract motifs der- institutions in Latin Ame
...ived from the Haitian Voodoo have acquired the French ed
religion. This exposition was of Philipe Sterlin's Verves
S.held at the Palais des Beaux lhe Parapsychological Foun
Arts. ion, New York, plans to edi
.. In 1954-55 Sterlin published English edition, reproducing
two volumes of Voodoo Verves designs.


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rica, ly to directing the attention of
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and tional possibilities of Haitian
idat- folklore.
t an From 1956 to 1959 Philipe Ster-
the lin worked as the Production
-upervisor in the Audiovisual


section of Point IV. Early this?
year he retired from the post in
jider to apply himself to artist-
ic creations on a full-time basis.
A member of "Groupe Culture"
S:erlin has had a life-long asso-
ciabon' with Haiti's outstanding
artistss and intellectuals.
Twenty larger-than-life sized
canvases of Chilean-born Carm-
en Martner de Schaedel .will
ilag in the Beau Rivage lounge
dining t h e December exhibit.
Portrait painter de Schaedel's
works r.:n the gamut of burst-
ng color arnd Haitian life. depic-
ting personalities from all walks
of this island's life from
laundress woman to a wrinkled
elderly Haitian peasanL

From her lovely home .in the
lull? overlooking Thor and Go-
nave Bay, Carmen Martner de
Schaedel, wife of Anthropologist
Dr. Richard P. Schaedel, (who
works in Haiti with Point IV
can readily scan a vista of beau.
ty and color which, she states.
is very conductive to painting.
Particularly fonl of painting at
the poolside, Carmen de Schaed-
el has dedicated herself to de-
picting the teeming and fascin-
ating human life of Port au
Prince since her arrival here in
late 1959.
Of Chilean birth,.Carmen Mar-
tr.er de Schaedel began her art
studies at the school of fine Arts
in Santiago de Chile under the
tutelage of the well-known mast-


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Sunday November 20th, 1960 H A I T I & UN PAG

stand sign language but it is for the quick and simple task
HAITI S U N -W essential for anyone who expects of having his car removed from
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER to understand the Haitian farm- a ford. This incident has provid-
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning er and his problems to speak in ed a folk tale that will be told
Editor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERICH the language of the land Cre- over and over for many years
Gerant-Resppnsable MAUCLAIR LABISSIEBE ole. to come in that community be-
MEMBER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN. In Port au Prince salons the cause the workers had only-dslf-
MEMBER OF THE INTERAMERICAN PRESS ASSN. usage of Creole will, perhaps, ed 5 Gourdes for the job.
ESTABLISHED IN 1950 CREOLE VITAL FOR EXPERTS bring on the old fashioned re- I remain,
The Editor, primand that French is the of- AT LEAST ONE CREOLE
Haiti Sun, ficial language "Creole is a SPEAKER.
S' PROMOTE HAITI NOT JUST CAPITAL E. Villa o e e. PEAE
PROMOTE HAITI NOT JE patois and spoils ones French"-
Dear Sir: but for the person wishing to THANKSGIVING
. To'drism Minister Senator Constant is a man with I write this letter to stress truly communicate in Haiti Cre. AT
ia fd -of enthusiasm, resourcefulness and energy whI, the ddsireability for all foreign ole is the. language, AT ST. TRINITY
witlx his new ppoatmet irully vit~aise flee Tour- field experts and, technicians T h e traditional Thanksgiving
sent to Haiti to learn the Haiti- An expert or advisor to the Day service will be 4ield again.
N.t Office. an language Creole. problems of Haiti is not suppol. this year at Holy Trinity Cathe-
:.The new Tourist Mini'ster hlas already cited a numb- This non-speaking problem has ed to be concerned about the dral, on Thursday, November'24,,
er of proposals for the benefit of 'tourism and among become more marked in the past snobbish salon or how to roll at 8:.00am. Everyone is cordially
lithese was a suggestion f0or the erection of a string of few years and currently shows his rrrrrs. invited to attend.
-otels wbeasween the- capital and Haiti's second city no signs of betterment, which,
osa 'beti e iy t the least is discouraging. As one graphic example: When RENT A COMFORTABLE
t'ap H1aitibi. Without Creole there is an un- foreigner recently travelled RENT A COMFORTABE
It ll mean the opening up of this beautiful island surmountable barrier to commu- through the Artibonite Valley in AND BEAUTIFUL BOUSE
to. tourists Ibut the hotels can not 'be built overlighit nication and relationships. a small hired car, equipped only Locatedt in very nice resident-
iand the n-eed for action is now. So few of the thous- The Haitian is quick to pick with the facilities of the English (al section "of Pot an Prne -
inds-of touriMse visiting Hiti amnualfy get further in up languages and even to under- tongue, he -paid out 15 dollars ner Cite Wilson). oms, -arge Ii
eir exploration of the island than the portals and .bedroohis 2 bathrooms 3000 .
u'burbes of this city. THANKS! THE EXPOSITION FLOWERS ARE CUT gallons water reservoir office -
This is fine for Port 'aA Prince but it is heart break- children playrooms garage -
Thi, is the 'for ort 'ath Pr but i is hebrlak- C AP After rnoriths of frustrating waiting, countless car servants quarters beautiful
'g for the rest of the-couitry add especially Cap accidents and 'tizee editorials, we can finaly say' awn Ige flowe, garden.-
aiian vhidh 'has acce tto-a true wonder of today, hank you to he mnaned samaritan who spent the Contact: Mrs Lon Depas
he Citadel --- known by menny historians as the Stlh few h in ome t r e o i.ed ip aw a he h orest of Rue Miot No. 2 (Cite Wilson)
nder. .of the Wo .ld. u .bush and flowers growing on the iSlands along Avenue
Thanks to Kyona and Cacique Beadhes, the visitor 'Marie Jeainmae.
n now extend his trav1s and see a little of the t'oun- It took a lot of crumpled fenders, broken headlights Le Picardie
in doing so (as wet as spending 'days and nights and frayed 'tempers Ib1fore action wa s finally taken.
-ar the sea, swimming, fishing 'and 'aill the attractive that remains now is to see 'tihalt the jungle doesn't FRENCH RESTAURANT
that come with it. ""
t, un .tat y, -of he 'ouri are Port get the chance to grow again and obstruct vision again. In Petionville.
But, unfortunately, many of the ''ourists ]are in. Port ...a..
: a few days only. las -a stopover from an d to other FISH LOBSTER OR CATIN
antes of the area and it is (high 'time that 'th'se visit- FRENCH ESCALOPES
s Were enbkouralged to spend longer under Haiti's sun. lovely girls in this e6untry Haiti stands a good chance. PEPPER STEAK
ap Haitian constitutes one.of Haiti's strongest tour- of pulling it off again. Ilt is hoped that these young FRENCH BREAD
t. lures.but it is fair from epqIoilted-to lbs undoubted representatives of this 'Republic's charms will ibe en- FRENCH WINE
i:ouraged to enter into ithe local contest Which winds Mrs Gerard BALrHAZAR,
city Manager
The first move in advertising the attractions of Cap oP 'on December 1st.
M-aitian and the North should 'be a serious promotion 'Rememnber: You have to be in to win. L E P I C A R D I E
man paign right here in Port au Prince with posters,
amphlc ts and displays %V4, #,v
.it sEhould 'be the ptrio6tic duty 'of alil in the Capital d 1 1J r "
i:-do their utmost to encourage tourists to visit the <
adel, OCap Haitian, indeed, the entire North either
land or air. SE NnW A 1 wxrZ N
Those people connected idtively 'with the tourist in- N EKS a &V & a i j i j
^try in Port au Prince and Who have not yet seen ____
e Citadell or visited Oap Haittan with its historic re- 4
nders of *a past era 'and its beautiful surroundings,
buildd be 'compelled 0to do So as a requirement and as
df their job.
I_ -t his way they. will -not only find themselves ent-h-L A If I.
"2 h thie North 'but they will be fully -capable of a '
dbing these enitlhiisilasms with future potential vis- W
t Ito ilti's 'Northern area of historic edifices, local
f rit"md aibundant beauty.-


QUI SERA MISS HAITI FOR 1961? FOR

.'!"WWho wil be Miss Hiaiti, 1961?" is. the question posed
by ..red and bleck lamp poat placards, bumper trips BETTER CAKES WITH 4
posters slapped up around the Capital this week:
e. committee .working on the selection of Haiti's
t ve to the 'Suga/rCane Queen of the World BETTER TASTE
if 'ear may not know the answer to'that question
Stey are working ailrd on thhe -promoting of 1bevies
young Haitiian girls, of whidh this island a BETTER TEXTURE
no shortage.
-took that world title last year sand with the 4 4 o o 00* .









. PAGE ;


VATICAN GIVES
FOR SCHOOL

The sum df 500,000 dollars has
been placed at the disposal of
Stie Port au Prince Nonciature
fol' the- construction of rural
schools, it was annouriced by
-...Capois newspapers this week.
"Le Nouveau. -Monde" gave
"word of the gift on the arrival
of'g. His Excellency Monsignor 'G.
'kerrofino, the -Papal Nuncio, in
i Cap Haitian anrid wrote "'At the
i-zmonment when the future of the
... underdeveloped countries is be-
,rig. discussed everywhere, the
t St-Siege is not indifferent to the
m fovement of, human, solidarity.

Mprtin Receives -
Transfer To Madrid
I Mr. Frederic'xMartin, Direct-
or of the 'French ,Institute, has
-received word. of his forthcom-
*mg transfer to Madrid.
- Publishing the -news of. Mr.
rMartn's -.emminent departure,
e,-he.daily press paid tribute to
t -his ':ork here during the past
--years, especially his en-
RI.largipg -o the Institute Library
"ad the. increasing -ogf,. scholar-
.hips to; study' in Paris together
'"wit.f the erection. of two-.. new
*laboratory rooms which have
been placed atthe sepices of
s outh,
r^ *^Ism^ :/


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"HAITI


HALF-A-MILLION
CONSTRUCTION
'"We know that His Saintly
Pope John XXIII has made av-
ailable to the Nonciature in Port
au Prince a sum of $500,000 for
Wtie construction of rural schools.
"This program of i construction
Sis to be elaborated during, the
next five years." The newspaper
heralded the news of the mone-
lary contribution with"' "beau-
coup de joie" and the Roman
Catholic Church's action which,
said Le Matin, will aid the .Gov-
ernment and the fight against
-innrnt-hi L mb i nil n schools c


SIIoInL e oi. .... u im LI ng

NEW GUILLA
RECORD OUL
One of the world's I a
*printing houses, Deutsch
phone, West Germany,
leased a .new record e
')y popular' exponent of
music, Raoul Guillaurpe
iroup. .
Distributed, in Haiti b
:nond Chassaing this late
atlme .record includes s
3ular numbers as, Vela
cherissais, Ti Mademo i
Beau Brummel, Rondel,
ne et' le Cowboy, CGmou
and A Quoi Bon.


SUN"


U.S. '.KENNETH D.
BAILEY" -TO -

Anbouncefient o..of: ti arrival
of a U.S. 6estroydr wth a-di. a
tihguished ioindi g ane, tt
"USS Kenneti D. Bailey", on
November 19 has :been trade.
Scheduled to call here -for 48
hours the Kenneth D. Bailey,
DDR-173, U.S. Navy Radar Pick-
'et Destroyer, carrys as ships
complement 14 officers and 257
enlisted men. The vessel is un-
der the command of Command-:
or J. A. Wiegard. -'


FRENCH .TOURIST
I MINISTER TO VISIT
.UME. EARLY DEC.
JT J e an ainteny,' Commissai e
r g e s t General of the 'tourism depart-
Gramo. ment of Francewvill visit Haiti
has re- December 15th and spend 48
executed lahors here and have talks with
Haitian Officials of the Haitian Tourist
and his ministry .
Mr Sainteny accompa qd, by
yv Ray- 1v.ron Clement Publicity direct-
st Guil- 'r of the French Tourist office
uch po- in New York will make a swing
, je la through the. Caribbean tourist.
sell e, basin and compare notes.
Luzan- Secretary of State -for Fiench
u Flage Tpurism, Mr Sainteny has had
the title of Com issaire General
of Tourism since 1959. A man
S who has- brought about a,struct-
S 'ural reform in 'the French Tour-
ism, he. has also seen his share
Ael of great tourist damperi-ar. "In
1954 he presided over a Srilitary
Qmicn C in a din d n ti-it-


Sunday November 20Wtl


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Stamps 'and other details which will

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Chi Minh (Viebnam) and thei- n
SChina war. He was gravely ,
M.AK1F rounded at-.-Hanoi,. -- ... .

on the label NOTICE SALES COUNTER
At a.neeting held on October I
l.a 22, 1960, the Board of Directors .-
0 -fM Caribbean Mills Inc. has -ac- A T T E N T 1. ON 1. !, ,
cepted the resignation bf Mi. Jo- i
seph..C...Cichowski -as. Vice-PIres- A T T E N T I 'N !
ideht iand Treasurerof Caribbean'
Mills Inc. effective immediately. YOU WILL FIND SUPERIOR QUALITY BLUE
Mr. Joseph Cichowskid ha no 1 ."---'
rany connecti6A' BONNE R QAY
Mills Inc. r BONNET RICEEVERY AY
Iites, or with any, corpora.
tion cpritrolled by the owners of A HIGHLY VITAMINED RICE
Caribbean Mills Inc.. .
SArthur D. HAAS SOLD BY SACK OF .100 POUNDS -
.. .,.haicni -o &r ,Board of .. AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
S' ' irersand Preglde.it o
Saribb ,r..s '- Blue Bonnet Grade-A $10.50 or 52.50 Gdes-,..

B T; B... .- Blue Bonnet Grade-B,- 859 or 42.50 Gdes. ..
SH S TS T B HE ,Blue Bonnet Grade-C 5.80 or 29.00 Odes. j
FOR--SALE TO THE

S- Chevrolet 1957 Belair Discount of $.30 cents or 1.50 Gde. by-10Oth sak on
a xe o, 8 Cyl. Sedan any purchase .made directly from the Rice Mill at D1E-
Im1a Vl[ "may be seen from 8:00am Io SEAlUX (Artiboiite Valley).
.tilr.iM*i"s1.0u /5:00pm, Monday through Friday
t... auirfon). pse*d' ,at the USOM (Point IV) Build. Discount of 4 per cent on purchases of 20 sacks or,
ing, Parking lot, Cite I'Erxp more of rice.
sibion. more oflrie.
- Sealed bids will be received
in the Point IV Administrative TO BUY ODVA RICE-IS TO BUY
Office until 4:00pm., November
lsa, 19r0. HAITIAN PRODUCED RICE-
Point IV reserves the right to
J&Y%%%%a Wl reject any or all bids. TO BUY HAITIAN PRODUCTS IS TO
See receptionist for informa- .
aTy Hat iti's, Leading
ANTS & BY CONNOISSEURS October 26, 1960 HELP DIRECTLY IN STABILIZING
ANTS & BY CONNOISSEURS U, SOM to Haiti (Point rV)
Port au. PrineO. Hl TI-iTHE ECONOMY OF THE COUNTRY


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"HAITI


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Sunday. November 20th,


Bum Boats Get Plug Tourist Writes To New Yort TimeOs Executive Committee PANAMA LINE P,
For Chamber Of CANAL COMPA]
Commerce Named
S:- Haiti's fleet of tourist cl'asing "Hey papa, hey mama. hey bald et sent up for the purpose. A special meeting of the Cham- The SS Cristobal of
bumfi boats, the busy dingys that head, hey George Washington. When night comes, many ol br of Commerce held this week mna Line aSrived-from f
swarm around each and every throw quarter." the boys sleep in their boats at elected a new executive comm- at 7:00am November-1
cruise ship, received a plug in When coins are thrown, the the ship's side rather than row ee composed of Messrs Louis
Tuesday's edition of the New boys slither into the water like the long way back to shore. In ittee compos ed President, On bard were a to
York Times with the following eels, catching the coins before the morning they are ready to Eri Bondecrel, r ice-president, Ju- passengers of were hich th
story: they sink ,no,.e than a few feet 6egin bargaining and begging les Taylor, Treasurer and Chris- ing 23 disembarked at
PORT AU PRINCE, Cries below the surface. again with anyone who looks tian German of PAA, General Prince.
of "Hey, papa, hey mama" bring When a passenger indicates in over the ship's rail. Secretary. .
tourists to the rail as -the 'cruise terest in an item, the young l iis.. Teannette Ba
ship drops anchor in the harbor salesman will hurl up to the RO VISIT FROM TO SFLL Mr's Felicienne Beauvais
.of Port au Prince. deck a ball of twine a pitch STRUCTIRAL CLAY American departing, Excellent Marx Celestin, Mrs Ma
Swarms of rowboats surround of perhaps thirty-five feet almost PRODUCTS INSTITUTE opportunity to buy household Hortense Colcn, Rev. Si
the ship a mile off shore, rowed straight up. The passenger can decorations, suitable for Christ- zabeth Deus, Mrs Marc
by Haitian boys.and young men, then haul up the bowl, table, A group of eight people from mas Gifts; antiques, reproduct- derique, Mr Hermann
their sinewy bodies clad only in statuette or whatever for exam- the Structural. Clay Products Ins- ions, hand blown glassware, or- Re\. 'Previus Gay, Mr
ragged swim trunks.' nation. Then the shouted bar- tituLe arrived in Port au Prince naments, etc. 1958 4 doors Eloodd K. Grady, Mrs
:$ome boats are -laden with gaining begins. yesterday for a three day -stay Sedan' rqn 78000 miles at bargain Hardy, Mr & Mrs Haj
'-".hand-made- mahogany and avo- No first, price is the final at the Ibo Lele Hotel. price. ghes, Mrs Odette La
'cado. wood salad bowls, tables, price. The asking price for n Consigned to Haiti Holiday Subtle attractive 2 bed-room Miss Anne Laurie, Mr
caredd images, tortoise shells,, set of 'bowls may be $8, and Tours, the group consists of: Mr house. -. John McMullen, Dr & M
.COIches, maracas. the deal may be concluded for & Mrs Houstoni Crumpler, Mr &. seen between 10:30 'and I2;00. dore Millei, Mrs Louise
S Others hav .nothing to sell; $2. Mrs E. W. Folsom, Mr & Mrs Apply Maison GREIGER, be- Mrs Francis Mullins, Mi
r..: they have come to beg, the boys The money is lowered to the Philip Kopp, Mr Henri-J. Abreu hind Albert ROY's residence at tasiq Vallon, Rev. Moth
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Sunday November 20th, 1960


any with loely red head Lorieni
(Lorie) Babins, of the TWA of-
tice in L.A. and her "young and
lively" mother. Evelyn. Sandy is
with Ambassador Travel Bureau
in Los Angeles. The three char-
mring ladies spent three days at
the Riviera Hotel.

--[r Edward A. Essigman, Ma-
nager' of Sears & Rob'jck in
White Plains New York arrived
here Sunday with wife Agnes
for a four -day visit at the Ibo
Iele.

-A party of 9 conducted by
Wayne Scott, a Tour Manager
f$r Travel World in Honolulu
was received here Sunday mor-
ning by Southerland Tours. They
stayed two days at The. Ibo Lele
, Hotel. The- party included more
thin fifteen tourists when it left
the Unitcd "States .- .they are
mostly from Colorado and Cali-
fornia for a six week trip
Ahro.gh Latin America and the
, Caribbean. They visited Mexico,
SGuatemala Panama, Equador,
-Peru, Chile, _Argentina, Urugv.
ay, Brazil, THinidad, Curacao
Haiti'and Jamaica. Among then
was-the young and lovely .il.ss
. Elizabeth (Betsy) Parker, .tray
elizig alofig with .her aunt Mirs
r-Eiizabeth:-Davis. Betsy just corn
pleated .her :'tudies at Smith Co'
lege in N :thampton, M-ss., and..


. 1.


is going on to graduate work in leave the Country after only one
international relations, She has day here. Her travel agent had


bee accepted by the Fletcher
School of Law and Diplomacy
in Milford, Mass.

-Mrs Rudy Tippenhauer. form-
er Ronda Merrit, flew to Miami
Monday with -1 year old daughter
Terry.

-Also tlew to lVLami Mrs Felix
Khoury. former Mona Assahl
with 9 month old daughter Nelly
Anne.


-Charming Miss- Lorena Mary -Rancher Norman W. Fain
Hodgson,,a Pan Am Stewardess from Arizona and- wife Nancy
in Seattle Washington arrived spent three days at the Ibo
here Monday afternoon for a .lei this week.


three day visit at the Hotel Chou-I
coune. Lorie is a Canadian. -Mr Harry Edward Christie, As-
sistant Attache ,at the U.S. Em.
-Dr Santiago Reyes, an Argen- bassy here arrived Tuesday.
tinian physician working w i t h
the United Nations is currently -_Mr Harr3 Johns, of the Cen
guesi at Doux Sejour Hotel in trial State College in Wilberfor
Petionville. ce, Ohio is currently visiting thel
Country with wife Garnetta.
-Miss Gertrude Hawes, a med-
ical r e c o r d librarian, at the -Mr Rollin S. Atwood, Regiona
Schweitzer Hospital in Descha- Director of the ICA arrived here
pelles came back here Monday early this week.in company witi
from a twelve day visit in 'Jam- Warren J. Leatham, a civil en
aida. Miss Hawes is an Indian. gineer of the Point IV, and wa:
-Lovely and sweet- Patricia AM. greeted by the Minister of Corn
Rooks, a bookkeeper- from Hial- merce and Industry, Mr Clo.i
eah, Fla.,, cursed her Travel Desinor.
Agent when she was forced to -Noted Lawyer John F. Boo',h


aWtion.





raft...


S69RULEDU

WHAT TO BU

S. ISAL BAGS and BELTS


badly arranged her trip. She
fell in love with the Country and
promised to come back very
soon. She stopped at the Sans
Souci Hotel.

-Haitian agronomists Antot'io
Aime and Pradel Pierre arrived
here early thjs week from San
Salvador where they were par-
ticipating in a congress on, ad-
nuistration of agricultural ex-
tension.


-" Ii A i c uJ N


In Haiti This Week


House For 'Rent
A large comfortable house fo
rent in Petionville.


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.WOOD CARVINGS MAHOGANY


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frorn New York and Coral Gab--
les, Fla., arrived here this week
to work on an industrial project.
He is a guest at Montana.

-Dick Abbott: District Manag-
er of PAA in Haiti and wife
Mary flew back here from a few
day visit in Miami.

-Metallurgical Engineer Rud-
olph A. Becker from Hunting-
don Valley, Pa., arrived here
this week with lovely wife Mary
Margaret on a honeymoon trip.
They stayed at the Oloffson.

-Ralph W. Kandall, a person-
nel superintendent for Pan Am
in Miami is currently guest at
Chou oune Hotel with wife
Blanche.

-The Bacoulou troupe just got
two contracts in Puerto Rico.
The famous Bacoulou dancers
will perform fur three weeks at
San Juan's International Hotel
and wil lalso dance 'at the Ra-
mey Air Force Base during one
week. The Bacoulou Troupe dir-
ected by Odette Wiener includes
talented dancers such as Marie
Jose Benjamin, Vivianue Damrn
breville, *Nirya Dossa, Bibine
SIcart, Paulette Casseus, Gerard
Dorsamvil, Louiness Louinis,
Albert Louijeune, Diobolo.


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TELE-PROGRAMME .
MONDAY NOV. 21, 1960-
6:00 pm-Test pattern Music;.i
S(Records)
7:00 pm-Program Schedule '
7:03 pm-Weather Report
7,:06 pm-Children's Prog r a m-
Cartoons
7.25 pm-The River Boat 3
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st edition) ,
Review of. the dayk,
events..
8:00 pm-La Belle Creole Showt.I"
"Frankie. -Laine" andsX
his guests
8:30 pm-The Unied Show As-'
socia tion S.A., the
most modern n. shoe'a
factory in the Carie
.r "bean. presents its pro-
gram "Highway Pat-,
rol" starring Broder
ick Crawford
9:00 pm-Telenews (2nd eait-,
ion) SurAmary of the
late news presented;..
by the Esso. Reporters.
9:06 nam-The Voice of Rirei
s-t o n e presents TV.
Concert Hall, program'
sponsored by the FireS
stone Interamericane
Company -
9:35 pm-Celebrities in' litter'j
ture and Art
10:00 pm-Close of program,,
National Anthem
TUESDAY NOV. 22, 1960.
6:00 pm--Test pattern Mus J
(Records) '
r 7:00 pm-Program Schedule
7:03 pmo-Weather Reporl
7:06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti
Panoramic scenes obf
everywhere
7:26 pm-Children's program '
Cartoons -
7:15 pm-Telenews (1st edition)!'
Review of the dayl
events.
8:00 pm-Art & Culture, presendA
led by Lucien Bonne13
with the participation.
of Haitian Artists.
8:30 pmn-Telecinema: "Passiodl
Immortelle" with" Cah
therine Hepburn ari-
Paul Henreid .
9:00 pm-Telenews (2nd edit .
on ) Summary of the
late news presented?
by the Esso Repd'rte.,1
9.05 pm-Telecinema Contin.
10:00 pm-Close of program
National Anthem .
Wednesday NOV. 23, 19Q0
6:00 pm-Test pattern -. Musfi
fRecords)
7.00 pm-Program Schedule 1'
7 03 pm-W'eather Report '
7.06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti
Panoramic scenes ..
everywhere
7:15 pm-Telenews (1st edition).
Review of the day'a
events.
8:00 pm-Red Barry (Episode'
No. 9) Weekly Serial
sponsored by Victor:
Saliba Auto Parts
8:30 pm--Man of the week.
9:00 pm-Telenews (2nd edit.
ion) Summary- of the!
late news presented
by the Esso Reporter
9:05'pm-Western Theater
10:00 pm--Close of program -
National Antlihem


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D :under the direction of Niels and generally range in age
y lours withk Danish Gym Teams By ..way of competition .
and Erik Flensted-Jensen was a members for a tour, male
member of four of.These. female, -are chosen ahd the .'-
S... '-. ? al number of eApert gymnang
By the time he had. reached composing the team is betwe
'- -. 23-year-of-age the young Dane 27 and 36. Placing big emph
Organizer Flensted-Jensen Touring For 21 Yar d made trips to Japanx Chink, on physicall educati6n the D |
er rKotea, the U.S.A., Canada and have hundreds, of pbysical ed
a great many of the European cation centres and gymnasi
countries. It was following', his throughout their country a
retirement from the'Bukh tours parctically every child enrolls"
Denmark's Gymnastics Jiin, Society. While there they intro- own connections with gymnastic that the gymnast enthusiast took a club of his choice early .
Famed the world over for its skill dlced me to Mr. Eldon Turnid- work and the colorful trips that up teaching. life aqd continues going to wo
..anl grace, may perform in Hfi-l ge, Director of Radio 4VE'H at he has been making since the outs and gatherings two or thr
Ti.,tas.ppyt of.a, planned 1962 Cap Haitien. age at 17. After more than a decade of times per week even after 6'
tourtoui. according to Erik Flensted- "He told me that he was fl.- leaching Flonsted-Jensen, dwel- coming enrolled in family li1
?-Jeansn, Danish Organizer and ing his private plane back to Born. in Vordingborg, Den- ling on the memories-of his Bukh With o- many hundred o
irjMaiagig Diector ol the Gym Haiti the following day, Tuesday, mark, the well-built Dane atten- world tours, decide to start his standing athletes to choose fro
team. I, and said that I could 'cacompa- ded several schools during his own grmnastic teams and tour- selection of teams is made moe
Fo .., dc a him if I would like to. It education years. vrom a Danish ing and with this in mind he difficult rather fnan easier man
SFor manydecades the little was then that I decided to loo public High School he moved to commend' s e e kin g potential tains Flensted-Jensen. He con
country of .Dernmark has ivon into the possibilities of giving The Vordingborg Teachers Coil- team members and the eount- rued that rigorous 'auditions
.univers4 acclaim for its high performances w it h the G y m ege and then to the Gymnastic ries to be included in the tour. held and only the very top bo"
ealth- standards and physical troupe in Haiti and several-oth- Institute of the State of Den-- The first United States-Cana nnd.girls are chosen rind rot-jut
: ediation.. Flensted-Jenseri h a s er islands in the area." mark in the city of Copenhagen. da tour was made by a Flensted- for their- gymnastic abUi ie
.tieen-.highlighting this physical From here he went to study at Jensen managed team in 1939. -While not essential it is help
fitness for the past 21 years, Mr. Flensted-Jensen's impres- the-famed Niels Bukh Gymnas- Since that date there have been that team members speak E'
touring with teams of young-Da- sions were formed from -the mo- ium 'and Folklore .School in 01- three other major tours 1946-. glish and a. thorough ffivestig
nish. boys. and girls to the four meant he saw this island, from letup; Bukh is known through- 47,-U.S.A., Canada, Mexico and tion is, made into-the cha'act"
c".Borners of the. world. the passenger. seat of Eldon Tur- out the world as a gymnast- of Cuba, ("Unfortunately we can of each cahdidate-by-the select
... .- -. idge's Piper Apache aircraft; the highest order. The touring no longer tour in Cuba,) 1949-50, -ors.
.4 gymnast and physical edu- 'AWhen we approached Haiti yes- Gymnast's education was con- another tour of the United States Following selection, of th
c..ationalist, ,the former since the terday and I saw the mountainss, eluded at the University of Den- and Canada and 1954-55, a world leam..which also- has to be pro
,:age of 6,. Erik Flenisted-Jenien the sea-andjthe clouds, I.thought mark in Copenhagen. tour which included The Fiji and ficient in another top occupation.
Arrived in Haiti Tuesday. to- ar- of the many countries I hav," Hawauian Islands, Australia and in Denmark -- Folk dancing th.
range,.performances.. of the Dan- visited since I started touring For a period .of 12 years. fol- New Zealand. In the .latter two -solid training for the world toud
'.ish .05n Team in conjunction but I could not, find one to match-lowing completion of his studies, countries the team spent two 'begins under an able team
;\vith a schedule tbur of Puerto the beauty of Haiti. I have seen Flensted-Jensen taught school in months in each. coaches. Erik Flensted-Jensen
'R-.ico; the Dorfeinican Republic many beautiful things but .tluW 'Denmark but his all-consuming coaches the boys through' thein
apd'.otbher Caribbean Isles. was the most beautiful." Passion has always been physic- The Danish- Managing Dihector routines while the girls are'coa
--The Dane's triphere was quite al education and gymnastics, stated that "at least" one year's ched by Nina Swartz. of Haslei-,.
t:isceiduled. :I was in the 'U.S. Interviewed by the Haiti Sun From the age of six he was per- training is necessar; to shape up Denmark. Assistant Directors'-
W arranging details of my- .1962 Erik Flensted-Jensen described fo r m i n g intricate gymnastic a team for a tour. Team memb- for the coaching are Knud -An-
tour-'and looked up some friends the strong adherence to .physic- feats and at the age of 17 he ers are selected from 'the best dersen :and 'Paul Clausen while'
.*of. .mine at the, Oriental Mission al education in Denmark, his joined his first touring troupe amateur gymnasts in Denmark Ingcr Riis Laursen- coaches the




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gymnasts for the folk dances. that beneficial publicity comes
.Pianist for the group is Esther to- these countries he has filmed
Karottki. because when not engaged in
touring lie is constantly busS'
StUnder thesee cicoes t.he ch touring throughoutt Denmark gi-
en tear. practices twn or three ,ving-lectures and. film showings
times a week.for some months; to athletic associations, schools.
towards the end of jhe yrea's universities and the general pu-
.training period the team prah-r- blie.
s several hours per 'day. This He stated this week that d the
aily practice is kept up on tour. r of Hiti nd Caribbean
.' Flensted-Jenseh explained that mes off the e will definitely
..the tours made by Dansh Gyr. be making films of this islaMd.
-team. are non-profit making ande found Haiti so beau-
have as their basis the ideals of tful that it was quite likely that
showing the world the keys to he would include this country in
Physical health provided by his travel book iWrritings. Des-.
g.nuwastic work. Finances_ for :pite the constant- touring and
,the toui, are made by lecture lecture 'work Flensted-Jensen
work given by the .managing has found the time to % rite three
-director and from funwids derived travel books one on his tours
from enhance fees to gymnastic. around the world .with Niels
performances, thisr is some- B'kh and the other two from his
times balanced by a flat fee.) own tours; describing the coun-
tries, -the- Gym team and the
"The. touring. team is 'usually recepon.given them.
'composed of single rnen.and Vo- ed to a Danis- woman,
l--arried to a Danish, woman,
en from all parts of Denmark herself one e gmn-
and from all walks- of Ide la- aid, h te.r En-i
ast and school teacher, Erik
orers, students. nurses, doctors, eted-Jeen has eight-
'et., o of -w m Flested-Jensen has eight- cluild-
rmers, etc., some of -whom t r ,
S. .' ren; the five- boys. and three
btain a year's leave of absence t h . ,boy ,
d o .s w . "_" girls are, Ejvind, aged-22, John
sand others who quit -their ]0bs ,n .
d or ,s w "b. 20; Jorgen 19, Mogens 18, Anna--
tind another on their return e it ,
h- n A ".ise 16, Kirslen 14, Elizabeth 12


- their native land,_ .

,Oh tour tuhe Gym team gener-
Iy: gives -one performance per
..-on an average -of four days
week. Piano accompanie-
is utilized for the folk dan-
and the graceful displays
,he .girls; a program consists
'an entrance march by boys
girls,- rhythmical gymnast-
by the- girls, then' the boys
fih fundamental gymnastics,
nce beamsr-- girls, Danish
glances, girls and boys, ap-
i'tus and .tumbling by the
ys and the. final salutation
ad exit march .-by both girls
id. boys. One performance tak-
..-t'o -hours. --. .'--

If ..the gymnrastic- display is-
inducted in the open air, then
t.'aamplifier is used for the pia-
.and record s hand tapes ac-
mmpanw the. team in case of
ed. A running commentary
itd description of each exercise.
g,ven by -Erik Flensted-Jen-
Lthroughout the display.

*embers of the. Gym team
..Wmake more than one-tour.
a hobby with m6st of them
-|after a year's tour they go
cto their jobs and their gym
i.ttc clubs and association."
edsted-Jensep added "I sup-
ethat-I'm the only .one who
jien with every tour and
tilll there. We try to eon-
these' ..tours- ij a christian
and we have made many,
friends du ri fig travels
over 21- years. ~

;ch country that- I visit I
show the team as much
t country as possible and
yzs e I f .take films of -each
.we 'see." Flensted-Jensen's
ahve a strong following in
rk and one such movie,
,Mw Zealand, and- Australia,
shownn to over 250,000 Dan-

to u.r director 'imaitains


and Nils Eric aged 9.


In 1950 the entire Flensted-
Jensen family, then numbering
nine, toured the U.S. in a house
trailer along with a Danish Gym
team. At that time the boys
were all to young to compete
with the team but all are active
gymnasts now and Jorgen will
be a team member for. the 1962
team. Flensted-Jensen is also
hoping to be able to take his
wife Elise along on this forth-
coming tour. Elise toured with
her- -husband during the 1954-55
New Zealand- Apstralia tour.
Erik Flenstud-Jensen conclud-
cd that the next tour will leave
Denmark on November 1, 1961
for the New England States
.:.heie they d ill .perform until
Chr:stmas. Following the New
Ycaiu they will travel to Florida
-,nd then- it is hoped to make
the tour of the Caribbean.

T h e director of t he Danish
Cymnastic Team tours met witii
officials of the Tourist Bureau
and the Board of Sport on Wed-
nesda.\ before departing for the
Dominican Republic to arrange
further visits on his scheduled
1962 visit to Puerto Rico,- Haiti,
Jamaica, Virgin Islands and Do-
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SCabane Choucoune HAITIAN- ENVOYS
Closes Nov. 19. FOR AFRICAN
L -Improvements For STATES
Forthcoming Season
; To Be Made -ANNOUNCEMENT EXPECTED

Cabdne Choucoune will make Envoys from Haiti are to be
,- its 21st year of .existence on De- posted to the new African States
december 1OLh, 1960. The night shortly according to. a front-pag-..
4ciub- will close biiefly on Satur-- ed article in the November.,16
day next to enable the carrying edition of Le JoTlr.
b out of repairs and improvements Any time now a decree relat-
in" time for a giand re-openfg we to the appointments is sched-
on the anniversary date. tled to appear Representatives
1: In order to celebrate inm style are to be designated by Dr.
ijmhe impressive 11st anniversary, Francois Duvalier's Government
1the management, of Cabane to Senegal, Guinea, Ghana, Togo
s:.'Choucoune. envisages some need- and Dahomey. Le Jour stated
iF'ed repairs, embellishments and that already the. names of the
improvements, s6 that the night personalities who, will be called
club may. present' itself in its upon Jo represent Haiti are be-
t.best attire- to its many friends ing cited.
i and" regular patrons. The .newspaper went on to an-
Starting Saturday November nounce personal pleasure at the
]9th, the weekly gatherings of announcement as, it stated, Le
i-.Cabane Choucoune-will be dis- Jour has constantly insisted on
'continued for a start anew, a the creation of relations at an
"-w.nderful start, on December 10, Ambassadorial leyel with these
1960- sister African states.


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Montana's George Kenn
Becomes
Naturalized Haitian

Hungarian born George Kenn,
by request addressed to the De
apartment of Justice has success-
fully expressed his desire to be-
come of Haitian nationality.
The Manager of the Hotel Mon-
.tana, George Kenn is married
to Edwidge Fouchard, daughter
of Mr and Mrs Jean Fouchard.
Kenn has the necessary five
years residence in Haiti (accor-
ded in the modified article 4 of
the law,) and the report of the
Department of Interior on his
morality is favorable. -

OBITURAY
Dr. Antoine Gabriel
The funeral services for the
late Dean of the Dental Faculty,i
Dr Antoine Gabriel, were con-
ducted' on Monday.
The late Dr Gabriel's remains
were exposed in state at the Fa-
culty of Medicine on Monday
and the funeral service was sung
at the Cathedral Notre Dame. -
The hearse was proceeded by the
Palace Band, A Military. Honor
Guard and delegation, of doct-
ors, nurses, and students, toge-
ther with members of the de-
ceapecd's family.


NEW ADDITION TO
SCHAEFFER FAMILY
0-s w a-I d Schaeffer, resident
German. businessman, gave vent
to happy- celebrations Thursday
to mark the arrival of his new
daughter Alexandria. This now
boosts Ossie and his wife Hilde-
garde's 'family to one boy and
one girJ.
Oswald gave a-celebration par-
ty for a gathering of friends at
the Sans Soucd Hotel Thursday
during the appropriate ''"Happy
Hour" and continued the' festi-
vities until the early hours of
the morning at the El,. Ranoho.
Hildegarde and Alexiridria are
due back from the clinic today.


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Camoprima, New Antimalaria

HAITI'S CAMPAIGN AGAINST' THE KI LLING D


In connection with Haiti's cur-
rent campaign te control a maj-
or disease in this country mntl-
-aria, the American firm of Park,
Davis & Cn. have aluiounced a
n e w antimalarial preparation i
Y.hich is effective against all sta-
ges of the malarial parasite in
man. i
Called- Camoprimn, the new
preparation combines' Camoquin,
a one-dose Fantimalarial introdu-
c' ed by Parke-Davis in 1950, with
primaquine for use as a.suppres-
.sive, a prophylactic and as an
agent in eradication programs.
According to-W. Richard Jeev-
es, Parke-Davis vice president
and director of. .overseas opera-


disease is Xtransmitted back to
the mosquito. The erythrocytic
forms (malarial infection in the
blood stream) are the basis of
the acute attacks, while the tis-
sue forms represent a reservoir
of potential infection in the form
of relapses and the gametocytes
iretrarismittal stage) act as car-
riers.
Elimination of malaria as the
biggest medical and economic
problem in the world today -
more than 200 million new cases
yearly- depends upon either er-
adication of the mosquitoes
which. carry the parasites or de-
struction of the malaria para-
sites in man.


tonsn, "Camoprima is effective Clinical trials of Camoprima in
against all stages of the disease more than 7.000 patients have
which is a serious world-wide been carried out in many of theI
'medical problem with an annual principal.- malarial areas of the
-death toll of more than two mil- w\orJd, the company said. In ad-i
tion persons." dition,- there was extensive clin-
Amodiaquin Camoquin) -dest- ical experience with both. Camo-
roys the infective malarial ag- quin and _primaquine separately.
cents in the blood, while prima- Medical investigators in India
quine destroys the tissue forms gave Camoprima every, second
- and also the stages at which the week for three months to 200 in-
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habitants of a village near Cal-
catta during the height of .the
malaria season.
The incidence of infection was
reduced from three per cent to
zero, the company said. In com-
parison, an untreated but other-
wise similar village'experienced
an increase in the incidence of
infection from approximately -1
per cent to nearly nine per cent
during the same period.


Other Camoprima studies have
been conducted in Africa -and
Latin America in confiolled pro-
grams ranging from a few-pati-
ents to several thousands.
Camoprima is the result of in-
tensive biochemical and clinical
investigations prompted by
World War II, when the Western
popeers were cut off from Indo-
china and their source of quin-
ine, whicli was then the main
therapeutic agent for malaria.
During the war, U..S. investig-
ators synthesized a large numb-
er of 4-rnminoquinQline derivat-
ives, including .am9diaquin (Ca-
moquin) by Parke-Davis. Furth-


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ment of all stages of all mala-'"
ISEASE ria parasites in man, and Camo-;
prima was the result.
er studies on a group of chemi- Dosage of Camoprima is re-
cal compounds known as 8-ami- gulated according to severity of.;
noquinolines resulted in the syn- infection, weight of patient, and."
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I Vigilence Is Price Of Liberty Says Le Jour

T THE RED OGRE MUST BE IGNORED

*'Certain groups of students are vast manoeuver destined to burst the tidal wave of communism
Being heard of since the past assunder the structure of our is nevertheless submerging our
ew days, stated.Le Jour's front Western civilization. The "newv youth, and communism, after
.page editorial Tuesday. lI/ wave" of communism, has also conquering the minds of our
.f,.It is a sign of our students' reached our shores. youth, wants now to control the
..tality. "Youth," said Bossuet political power. Now it wants to
tI"s. ebullient like green wine." Why be ashamed to say it: in dictate its law and constitute it-
. And it is precisely due to the our movie-houses Khruschev and self as a spearhead for its off-
enthusiasm and spontaneity cha- Mao Tse Tung are acclaimed .3sive against the state.
ateristic of them, that stud- Ilke heroes; communist. China Th4 Government will probably
enats everywhere have always invades the Caribbean with bro find itself under the obligation
been chosen for to ols in the chores, pamphlets and magazin- sf defending and safeguarding
tnlds of cynical politicians and es all abundantly illustrated :he moral disciplines of the fam-
doctrinarnihs.. and expertly prepared by doct ily, of society and the country.
.-'-Ina Bolvia-,. Chile, Panama, Ur- ors in revolution. One knows the Against the menace of stri-
,o.uguay, not" mentioning Cuba, power of the screen and the writ- ke, the constitutional govern-'
40ontinued Le Jour, there is a ten word on minds of youth. ment of the Republic must be
rve'ritable upsurge of students And it is thus that in the soul the shield, the rampart, that
against Order, Peace and Law. of our youth is distilled the ven- guarantees the values whose
It is clear that emissaries from om of Marxism. Of course the names aie, Order, Peace and
Mlbscow play secretly with -those healthy part of the student body Security.
&-qdent youths always ready to offers a resistance to these tox- The Gdvernment counts upon
-faI for the-romanticism of plots., ins, but as always the bad app- the goodwill and the .cooperation
.-;,.%Pass-words, s I o g a n s, come les spoil the good pnes.
Ir.rmn far away, from behind The University authorities and S
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allowing our continent into a ceased to sound the alarm. But
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Sunday Novempber 20th, 196.

of tle students, the teachers, and its arms in the face of insubor4
the families. The Government dination, menaces and attadksri
counts upon the collaboration of against the State security.
all those who, by their influen- We appeal to the students,
ce, their authority and their pre- concluded Le Jour, we ask themni
stige, are called, upon to say the to remain deaf and indifferent.
word of reason and wisdom and to the manoeuver of politicians^
to appease certain minds excit- Haitian and foreign, who mn:!
ed by the red propaganda, which dermine everywhere throughout
has no chance to dominate und- the continent-the civic sense of
er our skies. citizens so that the RED OGVRE.a
To the Haitian ,of .eason and can sepd out his lenticles on our.
heart comes the duty 'of opening virgin land that he needs for his.
the eyes of our youth to the projects of universal domination,.
danger of those international ad- We ask of those students, who0:
ventures who. throughout the will tomorrow comprise -the in-
continent, sow the seeds of hate tellectual and moral elite of this..
and violence. little country, to be wary ol their%
Force calls for force and viol- agents of Marxism. -
ence calls for violence; no res- Vigilence. is the price of Lib-
ponsible Government should fold erty.



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I,--,. ladder and meetings between seen whien he Mexican national LAW .STUDENT
.FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP OPENS Ratinoff and the FHF (Haitian team and a Costa Rican team LOOSES ARM
S.:OV MBR Fdotball Federation) de cided of 11 arrives here for totirnam- O S AR
NOVEMBER 25 seleeesTO-SHARK
VISITING TEAMS C.OKING series will be. January and Feb- ents in April" next -year. Costa -T S.A0C
. _____ ruary, 1961. Rica is currently the Central -
-...-..- .. . Also expected to visit Haiti American champions. .. '\ .
|f-aidtl's football Championships that dates for the three game for matches are the top players A young student of law
S1961 will kick-oft when- Etoi- ers.) This game is on the card comprising the champion Czech- On. the local scene the. players ming with a group of friends-:. t
ile. Haitienne takes the field at for 6pm. oslovakian team, Red Star. Here are working out at a fast pace Arcachon Friday nm)rning .w
.0p Cater Stadiumariagainst Manager Samuel Ratinoff was from December 13 till. the 20th in preparation for the visiting attacked by a shark which -
i-Vioiete on November 25. in -Haiti recently to arrange for the Red Star team* wilt play teams. Victory won'the Port au -reportedly stepped on..
ft' .ior to the big game.--.f the .the -forthconiing visit here of his, against Black Eagle and Raciig Prince Championship last year The shark severed ,the youth.
fi .ng their will be a curtain Argentinian team the "Hrria- players combined into .ne Hal- and Black Eagle. took he Haiti right ari. No -details of thfe r
||Jer- ~een "espoirs" teams nes." This team is third rung tian representative team. Vincent Cup, for the National shark attack ,OE condition of t
,;to 23 ea-idsoccer' play- holder, n the Argentinian soccer More visiting soccer will' be Chanipibnship in 1959. victim are avaiable. .
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Sunday November 20th, 1960


"HAITI SUN"


.CHILEAN, HUNGARIAN, HAITIAN 'TO EXHIBIT


(Continued from page 4) garian artist depicts the psycho-
%works to the forthcoming exhi- logy and the life of the people
bition. she paints and as one critic has
Critics who have viewed Car- stated "Irene Balas follows the
men Marnmer de Schaedel's work pattern of color discoveries but
have unanimously agreed ,that is very much concerned with
she is amply qualified to make strong forms.
er debut as a full fledgedged pro- "Working with the pallet knie
fessional artist. Balas presents a series of com-
Perhaps the best known of the pact, sincere portraits in vibrat-
three artists is Miss Irene Ba- ing colors, particularly in the
las, an accomplished Hungarian backgrounds. These and her still
born artist whose works hang in lifes are generally speaking,
the galleries of some of -the top more vigorous and plastic than
private collectors in the United her landscapes."
. States, such as that of Henry Irene Balas began her art slu-
Ford Jr. dies at the school of tine arts in
Currently styling her work to Vienna. coached by the distin-


Abstract Expressionism, Irene
Balas was invited to participate
at the Beau Rivage exposition
by her long-time friend Carmen
de Schaedel. She will display
twenty examples of her art
which does not restrict itself to
.et patterns of color but flows
in a an e.ye-pleasing multitude
of 'hues ani shadings. .
'The works shov'n b3 Miss B--,.
las in December will be from


those painted
in. Colombia


guished masters, Hoffmann and
Kaulmann.
Miss Balas took the top prize
for Austrian painters in 1948 and
the following year travelled to
Chile and became a Chilean cit-
izen. She exhibited her" works
several times in Santiago and
other Chilean cities and won the
first prize in the Salon Official
as well as'receiving various me-
dals in art competitions.


during her In 1955 she was invited by the
The 'Hun- German Embassy in La Paz to


travel to Bolivia and here she
painted the portrait of the Bo-
livian President Victor Paz
Esstensoro. During this visit Ire-
ne Balas also captured many
facets of Bolivian life on her
canvases.
She continued "her career in
Peru where she spent a total of
two years. Miss Balas painted
the elite of Lima as well as the
Indian in his surroundings of
CuzcQ. She exhibited both in Li-
ma and Miraflores.
For the past two years Irene
Balas has been painting and tra-
velling in Colombia where she
is presently residing. She brings
to Port au-Prince a selection of
her work in Colombia.
Miss Irene- Balas has passed
through various stylistic phases
since she began her art career.
She has moved from Classicism,
though to Realism to Impres-
sionism and her present
style of Abs ti ract Expres-
sionism Apart from purchases
of her art in the States by-priva-
te collectors, Miss Balas' pairt-
ings have been acquired by mu-
seums in Vienna, Budapest, San-
tiago de Chile, Bogota, and re-
cently by the Museum of Mo-
dern Art in New York.

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Sunday November 20th,'


New Government Bu

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S The old Police Department
building is being torn down to
make way for a modern cons-
truction on the same site at the
Place Louverture. it was announ-
ced this week.
On Monday the engineer-archi-
tect in charge of the 200,000 dol-
lar project, Mr. Roger Beauvoir,
supervised the beginning of the
breaking in of ground for the
contemporary new building.


During the construction peri-
od officers of the Criminal Re-
search Department, the Immi-
gration Police and the Bureau
of the Chief of Police will be
transferred on a temporary bas-
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it is possible also that this de-
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Another major construction
underway in Port au Prince is
that of the ne'w Tax Office. The
old rambling Tax Office build-
ing was demolished last month
and it is expected that the new
construction, when culminated,
will bring all the units oTf-the
Tax Department under the one
roof and in easy access.
A third government building
currentlI undergoing rc'surrecl-
ion is the Government Printing
office next to the National Pri-
son on Rue du Centre. As with
the Police Headquarters and Tax
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Mr%-and Mrs. Alfred Stecker are Miami bound on a combined
2usiness-health trip. They will visit with Alfred's sister and broth-
me--in-law -Dr.James Foster who are fishing Florida waters... Lloyd
:igi iadler of Canada and Sweden a consistent world traveller
.' on his second visit to H-laiti stopping at the Majestic in Petion-
llie.- Today is I'Secours 'Catholique". day. The Catholic Welfare
ich has' done suc-h a remarkable job of helping the needy, ap-
SVeals -or. finds to. cirry on the good work.... Dr Auguste 'Deiiize
oke'-at the II.A. Institute Friday evening on the technical side
a a voluntary blood'bank. His talk was accompanied by a movie...
ean Frrans portage on Haiti.deemed "caricatural" has brought
MEl a basrage or protests. The France-Haiti association and Mrs
Fh E bz in Pnt n


HAITI SUN"


Series Of Foreign

Exhibits
(Coutinued from page 1)'

lized for the display which will
include everything from house-
hold items to the latest in auto-
mobiles.
Opening Friday November 25
at 5:30pm West Germany's dis-
play will be officially declared
,underway by fourth term Presi-
dent of the Chamber of Comm-
erce Louis Decatrel. Minister of
Commerce Clovis Desinor and
Mr Luedde-Neureth, the German
Minister in Haiti.

A reception will follow the of-
ficial-opening and the public will
be invited to attend the exposi-
tion daily from Sam to 8pm. Mr
-Gunther Sambala the German,


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V : MI ST DIAUCOUP PUS


lovisiHeirnliziAn press attache of the IFrenc masy 'n vori aub
Commercial Attache w-ill be pre- ,iBE OilA ( *G
.ring."addedt.Uieti protest to the manner in which Farran present sent to explain the exposition '
.d i..ti to Paris-Matcti reader?... Friday 'last Dr FIurcand head and. on Monday November' 28th
Sthe. Welfare -Service personally supervised the distribution of he will show films and- give an
nveiope. containing $1500.. given the- needy by the president of accompanying lecture commen-
he publicc: cing at 6:30pm.
Following the W'est German i -
"'-. display will come those of Fran-
LEBANESE DELEGATION ce, and the United States. An
(Continued from page 1) interval of two months will ex-
.r a b ',: -y . te- ps_ pire between each exposition
"Atig"Asgali;. St Attie, Charles his three, years in f-he presiden- and in 1961 Italy, Spain and Ca-
-Hanal, .. Cassis, Bi- c. for the "bonheur" of the Hai- nada will give expositions of a
ia:IAii er ,'N::Talamas, D.. tfin people." He rnderlined that similar nature.
a "Arnaddl'% otirra, I. President "Duvalier conquered -u.eii Donmo I nu, o,, ni esilm
1l; ir- -Dacartt, 'Salomon Lte hearts of the masses and he The purpose of the expositions, LS "' ne" oimM0: ouN =1 mo
.f '-Wi... .' G. i u s ue d ..th.e Chief of State. according to the Chamber -of .j. .
numif "hoie d'Etat "and- architect' Commerce, is to bring the Hai- /
nk&ufi~l- s rotihded Presid- j.the new.Haiti."' ian closer to outside countries
*n 1Djwaeiuri ng the .meeting A.ssali ailo .stressed that the and inform him as to what and
included ajor ra b-aitiari businessmen of how that country produces. This -
o,.'. the residential Port au Prince were the parti- is a two-fold purpose for it will 4 \ .
brinmander, AMfinisters sani born of order and peace. help push Haitian products y
i Glo'Desinor, ;Herve Boyer, "How much can I tell you" -he abroad and will help to inform, 4 "
:- Figaro, Mayor Jear-said "how much our colony feLqs Haitians on foreign products. It .
Eiuckner Camnbrofine, Le- hobnred ,when. .you call to im- is .-also hoped that the exposi-
W.iaU. Henti' Jean-Baptiste portant posts in your Govern- tions will be of educational va-
i.- loisMaimitre. ment, the 'qualified members of lue.. ,
Lebanese .Consul in Haiti our community. Is this not a '
h.eA'eacurteous speech in which, double motif to back the profit- Following the opening of there -,
st.-"Mi.ked the President.for re- able community cause? This is German expositio. Miss Marg- 4 LEADER IN THE FIELD OF PROGRESS
&n'g -the' -delegation and for an honor of law and of Justice ret Rose Fouchard. a grdIate -
ri:nerest he- had shown in the' nd. our pride 'is great to work of the Hamburg Conservatry T '
i iny,.Mr Victor Assali also wonder such auspices," he con- Music and a tainted. pianist, cmbattlng erosion with
.'._a-seech in which lie- stat- eluded. will give her first recital in her -
i.. .h .. -President Dr. Francois Duva- homeland., and one which is to C U I S I N' E S 0.
blcficial .. ct ins that" the lies; had an-amiable word foi mark German week, at the Rex
denL hs brought during eachdf the businessmen. Theatre at S;30pm. .- the new revolutionary stove
oin the .fight to preserve Haiti's Riches

Sn Haiti This W eek CUISINESSO, the remarkable little 'Esso

stove manufactured by HAITI MET AL
fg Bla thad,. an Ek ret .Vandiviere, wife ot Dr Van- -Salesman Albert do' Matteo
i th&Oswald J. Brandt's dLvjere,. -who' does tuberculosis from. Flushing, New York stop- : '
'"flew q New. York, research, and Miss Irene G. ped here. Sunday with his wife especially for HAITI and already selling in
io ng for a few week Melviri.-who .also conducts tub. Donna, a brunette of a striking o .
'.,- ....' erculosis research at Gravely beauty,. in a swing through the other LATIN AMERICAN countries.
louise 14. .'De-Loach, Own- Sanatorium. Caribbeans. This couple was .
private' entployment ser- Dr. Vandiviere .s a very well- guest at the El Rancho Hotel CUISINESSO the-quick cookigecono-
staying two weekls at the known scientist. He is a success- for two days. CUSNESS the -quick cooking,
N.-..cy.- ful researchi '-in tuberculosis. -Mr John E. Fitzgerald, an ex- '
:Nancy ky, a.,Sepretary, His serum anti-tuberculosis is ecutive from Chicago arrived mical ghter against erosion and "a CUISIN .
t guest at .he Riviera being used all over the world. here Sunday for a 5 day visit
ti, He came here three'years ago at the Chatelet de la Montagne ESSO only costs $1.80. `
iac Vandiviere and Nor- and made some diagnostics, Noire.
lawyer-businessman "and ever since wants to immi- -Harold Bruce Kalt, a Travel Buy a CUISINESSO, buy BLUE FLAME
o es, .Engineer J. D. grate here,'' his wile Margaret Agent from Chicago and his
ew here last Sunday ,said. This time he comes to ne- wife Geraldine spent five days
2Ni aCMrolina.in a private gotiate the possibility of a large at the El Rancho this week. kerosene and help promote and preserve
a JCSSNER 3l10 SUGAL scale Tuberculosis vaccination, -Beautiful brunette Sandra E. 4
by J-. M. McFerrin, -Jr. and visit- the Coubtry .-and his Dorfman, a travel-Agent from < HAITI's forests.
l 'ty rwas -poined at the old friends, Drs Louis Roy, Au- Los Angeles, California arrived
iLter on by Mrs Marga- guste Denize, etc. here Sunday by Delta in comp- V '...s' 'v 'V,








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"HAITI SUN"


.BRIDGE BUILDERS... "(Continued frpm p. 1)

(Continued from page 1 vitil road system, :and. that' th
pontoon bridge across high flood- ".pouvoirs publics" will df 'al
Ied. Lake Miragoane, which has that is.. necessary to have thi
;severed tra-I fi c since\ heavy Development Loan Fund springh" &iis .ptished the water Treleas the 100,000 dollars need
level ,lip-by 20 -feet, the Seabees kd' lot this.
have repaired ahtitl blilt six mil-
es: of vital road way either .- -.-
side of the vast lake.
."-: NEW-STUDENT COTM1T121E
'-'Previotu efforts. to halt the j-AT HAITIAN-AMERICAN'
flo'oing ,by dynaffiting Blocked NSTITU'I'E -
:overflow, holes "failed. as did a
eod. o' waiing .to se:ilf tfie The Haitian-Amnerican Studd
water..would receed naturally. nts' Clu5 has 'renewed its' ;o
Snstead of going.down Lake Mi- vering committee for 'the Cur
0 fe- or'itiiped to -rise and rent acadonic year with rh utin
te tvwo0segmepts of the'.lake favoring the following sLudentt;
-li ned as o.ne with- resulting President, Serge Turnier, vi e
ding o the main highway president, Lyonel Ambroise, Se
&ooding of the main highway
vrtal.1arr"able land. ,, eretaty; Mine. Fernathe lHasil
Treasure. .assista-' secretary
ast- t week the bad state of- the Jean A.- Desroueaui misistan
ads in thearea to the South treasurer, Mile. -Edwidge. Laba.
ecessitated the inspection of -dy -
ubtiitc 'Wok Minister Marcel .- -
.aumec,.-Engineer in Chief Ra- .-
oW'f I,csptnassc, the, Chief Fore- . '
tiph J-.stin Bertrand and Engin- UFIST 'ISH' SiHIPMENT FI1O,
r:. Ednc Pauyo. , MOLE ST. N.ICOLAS FIR.i'K
Mole St:- Nicolas'. fishing co
,In apn editorial this wee. Le operative made its firpt ship
Main stated, that .they hoped ment, to' Port'a( Prince over thi
hat. these Meissner Engineering weekend, with a consignmrpnt. o
iCorp. will execute .its promise to 6,000 'dried fish amountliig ti
:epa.r the wdrst spots of this ,000 lbs.-,
*0 00000 0 000 0


Weeks


Oz


REX THEATRE RECITAL BY RIVIERA CHANGES
MARGRET FOUCHARD HANDS
e Young and .talented- Margret (ContinuedfrompageS 1:
Rose Fouchard, the pretty plan- from ge
e ist who delighted- TV viewers on Vegas combine and lately the
SWednesday with her rendition of Paul Weesner-McMahon partner-
- Bach will give a concert at the ship. '
Theatre'Rex on November 25. While work progresses on .the
During her -TV interview as Casino the Bamboche .Room. R -a-
personality_ of the week Margret isno at, the Hot el Riviera is op-
Fouchard won the heart of the rating. This latter is 'said to
audience with, her modest mann- be scheduled for. closing as soon
er and artist's skill. .. as the.International"Casino opens
its new doors.
Cap Militia Chiefs Call Change of ownership is al$S
The Chief and members of repot-ed at the Riviera Hotel,
the- General Staff 'of the Cap Haiti's largest .hostelery' and one-
. ilaitin Militia arrived in Port time..protege of Bon Anti Presi-
I Monday 'morning for a meeting ent -Paul Roscoe Weesnei. Ri-
With the President Dr Frabcois 'ier'as new owner ,as said. to be
- Duvalier. The group was compo. a Mr Mar.ty Martin I te.-of Aca-
.ed of Leon Jean, Albert Etiep- puico, M,-e4xic.o. An .infor med,
,, re, Robert Cox,.. iordapni 1ierr,, source stated this ..week that Mr
.- Antoine Montpremier, Raymiond Martin -conducted the running of
t Charles, Jean Baptiste Sam 'and 'the .hotel for a. period of two
* Jacques Larose. rtonf ly prior to taking over by
According to the. Le-Mfatin' the Paul \"WesUer builder of the
-. purpose of the. visit was to make hotel's expansive Chalet and
contact with the leaders ,of the swrimnimig.. pool surrounds. (See
:T.pital's militia. On Tuesday In -Iaiti This' Week).
g morning five of the Capois were
receivedd by the President in a -
- 'ong aud cordial interviekvw and MIme ANeie 'Arteaud
the visiting Militia members also Passes
e met with Captain. Beauboeuf,-
)f Commander obf Fort Dirianche. Mine Amelie Arteaud passed
o They returned to the North .ori awy on Sunday evening at the
Wednesday. residence of' Dr Andre Sam in
"0000 Pacot. The deceased was trans-
ported to CGa Haitian where her
funeral service. was held Tues-
I_'' ,day in the Cathedral..
NT Tlie'Haiti Sun extends its sin-
L UNTIL cere'condolences to Mr and Mrs
S* Gaston Sam, Dr and.rsAn-


Sunday, oveonler 20th,'


Clandestine Labo
-Hk
(Continued- rom page I)

a denial written' by the Mao"
of '.eogafie, Mr. Franicois.
c.q ,:, which stated that no- su'
lddeoL A-.iringe.isted1 in.
town.- ::

"Wednesday this,-wefk .our
rector received a lefter f'6
Jacmel dated Nov. L and-si
ed by Jacmelian citizn- Lo
Etienne." According to Le Mart
this letter writer, recalled,.t&
"last year an artJile appea
in your Worthy paPbr whcl
a. halt to the scandal c-dauseL
Jacmel by the system pLofla
'ir'v- 'vh;ch was conducted -i
ie, p: t ...

"These,.dayp : a t.:iffr of d(l,
destirie labor hiirig,-of oprpe
ants, I- don't -know to where
berkfg carried on.. I. d6n'. ,kno
to where ,but certain peopleb--
lieve that'these Haiti'an "t
ists" leave for Syria,-because,-
it is the big dependeide .of tj
RA.U. who are rangingg t"
dance .
"It i -time.'tihat those `who
pretend thqt they are aiding tVi
Go.,ernrient. have their actjoris
ceased" stated the Jacmel 'citi-
en: Le-Mlatin (called on the D.
partmenfit. of :Labor to investi...
the' situations and discern, if 'th
charges '-laid were -true. or alse,.

and tie& families Arteaud, Fran-
coi,' _Jeanty, ,Mbscova', -Luchbus;


Sdre Sam to the families Sam anl. ertelo ..

.M".. ISS HAITI CONTESTANTS PA ADE

Fl-'".. .Hundreds of Haitian and for- contest for the title bf "Sug|
S. YOUR SHOPPINeign residents viewed last Sun- Cane Quen of the.world.". Thi
Sday's parade of young.prospct- honor- was won -for Haiti 'thi
"- *-Pv- e beauty queens as. hey; were y6ar, by Mrs.'Waltet" Fisdhl-
S. : '- introduced by their sponsors the."'Miss Claudifette Fouchard
f I, ~- omthe spot lighted dias over- Luxon3:night 'cluieb, latest ad
S. sagging Beau PRivage's swimm- .tiohn to. Portau Prihce's ..nit
ool .spot chain, as.'proved a popu
: T- 'T second display of entrants lar gathering place since its .
AT' for the Republic-wide&contest, at ception a. month ago. Manage
the: Luxony tonight, .will. be, a by singer-musidian. Herbyv I
'* t T further step towards selection mailer, Beau. Rivage's "Luxori
Sr the Haitian eit;auty who"wilf features light dining, late an_
S" : early qe't yeai, represeh this igahd an all-Haitian floor sh6'
countryy at --the Call, C61ombia. 'ce a w*eek.,
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