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 Material Information
Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00288

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. ,.PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avenue Marie-Jeanne CI E DUMARSAIS ESTIME -- Phone W06


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-The.following constitutes. i co, (ated to, the national and inter.
py. f the- questions submitted'to hiational press. On the other
SJie N tnister of Cults Joseph Ba- 3and, the movement ,as frankly
u aid by Paul Kennedy, lew vipported by thA Catholic orga-
i'o r k Tinfes' cor'rpes ondeht for .iiations of which the J.U.C.-
'at;G AnAmeic't, aend the replies iCatholic .UIuversity Youth)- is
given.by 'the Jormer. This ques- one. It is no secret to anyone
lioiaa a -nd -angwers, was issued 'n Haiti Lhat since 1946 the funec
.. the. Press F]ri'day.- ,oninq of t'h e s,e organizations
Ques. (i): The radio announc- (Continued oni .page 30)
eFl iged ris oen f- the qeabee unit and the oirs stu. ed yeslerrday thai the Archbishop .
7on w Miragoauc Lake ponlool'.bridge, buil- by the Naly -was expelled for having. assisted ,i
Cuo tltial 'crew eight days Within the. 30.4ay. schedui..,ikidge. t sad spe E ER'
and~ ~Olite.di ioan works cost 1id 140,000 uade available by I(A. cifically' that the Archbishop had COMMUNIQUE
-' '-. --... .- -urnished $7,000 o these student ISSUED DURING
Government. The comb'uaiquH
S" this morning did not mention A AiS .
i, re Pres u this. Has it been officially, atleg IN THIS .EDITION.
-.., ed thaL the Archbishop urmishe -
.'$7,000 tc%-tud, ts?
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uj^~ .d~ii~ ..xen^ ^S^e^a ^uu. ing^ -dnlSce; o.emtsnweregi42n choice b1'.retr
...9 W^l se ^ mrunists in Haiti. But,'"in t]f Last September.. while the Uni- ,Ul to classeswithn 12 hoU s n
'A "leke'lap" welcome was "I thank .ou for the great en as of the student strike, the versity, the colleges and the or be struck off. the register, and, ;
thse eceptioQ.ge iSh-i sii- thgi i . ;arg"o .th. erament holds proof i refut-, .schools of the Capital w re on p
geratress S ta oniel, bea lift up the morale able and palpable of the .coni- vacation, a communist militant
tiftl star of the movi6 screen a:t)ie ,m- .Wn 1hog 4 irec c4s s th winit orgian oi the mo ement. "a-med Joseph "Rone was ap- On Wedriesday Army uits.
an idol to thouai(Id fa HRai- destiny. of.hlie Nation so as to Proof. that has been comnmni- prehended wh I e distributing closed up- five striking Univer-
in pier fans ho wronged sigiy im that mission; m m.u ni st propaganda of a sity faculties, posting rifle car
the J el.iih Jacques Dessalines his sacro -iaint nissio1, has but frankly subersive character. rg uards andstudents pan-
nBi ev.:rd Fridy. on begn.. -- -- While the-inquiry was still run- *cked when noise bombs explod-
"-pu knew very well, all yo 'ning on the activities of the' cul- ed at two city colleges.
Sar,,a dro e down the main, who. have followed me during prit, which, visibly were of a
riday th l ,presidential camp nature to create disorders, a Thursday began with a Govy
... orng, through throngs o ; you kew th* group of students decid. tol :- ernment advancement of Christ-
cheering [,fans, iri a convertible! rtal leader g led 'tow (Continued on page 19) mas school holidays "(now a'...
Snrote 'for the El' Ranchd, Hotel youlh and that 'ffy companion month earlier). Foreign Munster.
.in PetiorIville w he re .she wil of struggle are books,. outside ol T oseph Baguidy held a: press.
stay Suday. Gun and Thompson. conference and di ..p la yed' a"'
In H.aiti from a contract in r friends, they f,-Iive l Department Of Cit wh ag wi pia
Sa i -Juan, Puerto Rico at the to use yoth, the finflower6f... and sickle and inscriptions '
oterevitkinental San Juan, Sari- youth, fo samefu. poss. COMM i Ue Ia Liberte 26 Juillet, Vive L,U--"
ta Montiel .,Wil make personal The man in front of you. has SR.'
pea e at the Capitol and been minisome police reports- having re- At 2pm on Thursday hll busi-.-..
appeaxjances at-the, Capitol and been. 'minister of the illuotrions
r "". ,ntinued on page) 'I (Cotinde'd on age ) sealed that Mlgr. Francois Pon- ness establishments closed and.
." .'.'".ou i-n'u ,."" page 0 p 'H rier, Archbishop of Port au Prin- citizens marched through thh::
i ' ce, had been part of the inci- streets to the National Palace D
erm t 9 y' Long. Association dents of the past days. by excit- where the President. Dr. Duv-'
LW h H t ing the students to strike, the lier, spoke from the Paladide
i t 1 Department of Cults undertook steps and'stated that his ene-
amiably to persuade his Excel- mies were "lizards" and lid':
S "e are working together hand ke of his country's long associa- lency the Papal, Nuncio to see "gone mad."
l hand with our American fri- tion with Haiti, the many facets the Prelate and obtain from him Towind up Thursday's activi-
.and 'the other peoples of of commerce exchange by this Seen' here plugging for Haiti's that he took a vacation. SimuT- ties the Archbishop of Port au
I"e' Western World, especially country- and Germany and the touri nm;-and .-weeiving a, typical taneously the Foreign Depart- Prince, Mgr. Francois .Poirier;
Sthe Caribbean, for. thue coin- scholarships issued yearly from Hawalian greeting is Jea'n Jae- ment undertook the same app-, was expelled from the country
a'm- alms of -peace 'and good- Germany to.Haitian students. ques Ilonorat, Director General roach through his Excellency the and the Reverend Father Pa-
Ul" stated Ktirt R. Luedde- "It is .unique that Germany 'of the Haiti Tourist Commission Ambassador of France. pailler, Minister of Education, :_-
fathi, Miniister of the Federal 'was: represented. Tin Haiti long and delegate to the -1960 ASTA. The two distinguished diplom- returned here from France.
blic '*.f"Germany In Haiti..before it- became a single eState" Convention held recently at Wai- ats contacted immediately ti e .
week. .' said i Mr Luedde-Neurath this kiki Beach; Honolulu. ASTA's Archbishop who refused to listen Paul Kennedy of the New York,'
Interiewed by the "Haiti Sqn" week. "Before Germany was in- 30th Congress attracted spme to reason. Due to the politician Times submitted a-written ques-
i. th*- contemporary Legation itiated in 1870 by Bisihark as 2,000 delegates from all parts of actions of Mgr Poirier,. due to tionaire to the Minister of For-''
alem d on' the Exposition one country, several of the indi- the Globe to the business n+eet- his provoking attitude' towards eign Affairs orn Friday and the
rounds, Mr' Luedde-Neurath, vidial states established repre- igs ,hild, 'at Waldks-famed the temporary r authorities from answered questionnaire was issu-. <
head' of the Geraman Legation sensation in Haiti. MRoyil Hawaiian and Hawaiian which he depends through his ed to the press by the Govern-'i
here for the past two years;,. spo- (Continued on page 4) Village Hotels (Continued on page 19) ment the same day.

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Archbishop

Gets Swift :

Expulsion "

STUDENTS STRIKE '
DECLARED
ILLEGAL AND
COMMUNIST
INSPIRED

A general strike was declared d '
Tuesday as "a list effort" by ,
the National, Unm of Haifan-:-
Students to have Union Treanur-
er Joseph Roney and a.number..
of College .Students released; :,
from jail or brought up for trial.a Z
Acting Education Minister Jo- -:
seph Baguidy termed the stud-...
ent stikRe illegal ard. dmin t.is--;
inspired. -... ; t .. ike
'Sa"ie day 'as. the, stike Mdr,..









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"HAITI SUN"


Sunday November 27th,


In Haiti This Week


AS RECOUNTED


BY. -

* AUBELIN IOLICOEUR


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Shie Parish,.. Public Relations Director for the .Young
B.'esidenItsOrganization of N.Y. who visited Haiti last month in
Sipnywithi Public Relations Morris Rotman of Chicago -in view
to arrange the visit of the YPO members in Haiti next April an-
I aunced this wekthe arrival of -Mrs Gloria Llewllyn, in charge
I tolhep Ladies Department of th& YPO.
Nk. Uewllyn will arrive here Wednesday noon to check with the
f n designers and models to Study the possibility of a Haitian
sashion:,Show at the- Convention 'of the YPO in San Juan, nex:.

Gloria will. visit some boutiques to get a capsule showing. She
.'ill stay two days at the- Grand Hotel Oloffson.,
-French Engineer Pierre Lambert, Executive of the Cement
4'Haiti and wife. -former Elena Delgado Chalbaud arrived in Port
I-.,,'Saturday afternoon from Caracas' via Miami and were greeted by
W7 Marcel Amirault; local Director of the Cement d'Haitl, Mr.
-I.Corgeg Naude and Engineeir Marcel Villard,. th9'tw6 Administrat-
1 '. o" and Attorriey Alix Mathon, local adviser. The Lamberts are
Staying three weeks at the Hotel Choucoune.

S..Mr and'Mrs Alfred Stecher flew to Miami last Saturday. Al
-:Secher will require the services of a surgeon in Miami.
-Fay Francis, a young and lovely Advertising Manager from'
I e4 York and RitA Philippsthal arrived here Saturday last for.
a I day visit in Haiti. They were guests at Marabou.
S-irs Paul Volcy former Claire Stephenson returned here Satur-
ay last after about fifteen years in New York. She arrived in
t "company with daughter Edith and grand-son Serge.
:- --Senora Malin de Gonzales, wife of the Minister of Guatemala
n'.in Haiti has joined her husband here Saturday last. Senora Malin
E. d. Gonzales is a writer.
-Mr Georges Rocourt, of the US Steel Company in Chicago is
'v: siting the Country, 'fdr-a week ,
-Miss Delia .C. Goetz, of the kCA.iri Washington, D.C. is visiting
Sor tree weeks.
S-The Hostellerie du Roy Christophe, the oldest Hotel in Cap
I'.aitieh 'is credited as one best in -Haiti by a 'well..kown Travel
'writer. L'Hostellerie is a delightful resort, a haven for the weary
'v sitors.. Its French cuisine isb:praised- iy-- all- those who stopped
there.. This resort is provided with a beautiful swimming pool,',
: tennis court and many other comforts. :.
-- The First Haitian Lady Ensoyee Extraordinaire, Mrs"Lucienne'
Etsime, Widow of late President Dumarsais Estime arrived here
.Saturday last from her post in Bruxelles .with her youngest child
Regine 7.' She was greeted by a great deal of parents-and friends.
-Lovely Carol Ann Robinsoh, 20, from Chicago never-had it
-so good. After a four day visit here with a girl friend early last
weNk, she went to Jamaica,, but- this, British Island was too dull
afteirHaiti, she came back Here for- the rest of her vacations.
She was guest at the El .-anclio. Ray Polynice tutored her.
.-Rene .Charles, First MeasLdr of the Coast Guard and seaman,
Rehinbbld St, Louis flew SundAy to the U.S. Naval Base in Great
akes, Illinois for a three months training- course.
Captain Yvon Volel, an Engineer of the Garde Cotes d'Haiti and
i. m; officer of the US Naval Mission -saw them -off.
----Cuban economist. Francisco Rodolfo Tamas, originally from
Hungary, was greeted here this, week by Industrialist Oswald J.
B. frandt.
--Teddy L. Kolbert, a .Salesman in Sportwear, arrived here
: Sunday with his wife Natalie, a brunette of a striking beauty.
-.- Teddy and Natalie were on honeymoon here. They lodged at the
Ibo Lele Hotel.
-Sunday afternoon, a delegation composed of some prominent
personalities from arab origin such as Mayor Jean Deeb, business-


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men Victor Assali, Jean Jaar Milhim, etc. has greeted the First
Envoy of the Republique Arabe Unie in Haiti, Mr. Mohamed E
Table, Ambassador of the RAU in-Panama and Minister in-Sawn
Jose, Costa Rica. The Egyptian diplomat is accompanied with Mr
llamed Mohamed Wazzani, an Attache at the Department of For-
e.gn Affairs in Cairo and Mr Mohamed Maher Abdel Ghaffer, an
Attache at the RAU's Embassy in.Panama. "It is for me a great
pleasure as well as an honour to be the first diplomat appointed
in Haiti by the Republique Arabe Unie in Haiti. I had high posi-
tion as well in politics as in business and I badly wanted to come
and visit this country. When the opportunity was given to me by
my Government I was happy beyond words and now that I am
experiencing all I was told a great joy and happiness fills my
'eart..." said Mr. Mohamed El Table. The Egyptian diplomat will
present his credential letters to President. Duvalier next week.
-Sweden Countess Ebba Von Eckermann from Stockholml, a
designer of note was greeted here Monday by the Public Relations.
Officer of the Department of tourism and Dr. Rhindall Assad,
Manager of the Hotel Villa Creole. Lady Ebba. has been recom-
mended here by Mr Edward D. Aherman,-: Honorary Consul of
I'aiti in Boston where she met the- Assadslast September. Lady
Ebba just spent a few months in the'United 'States where she was
helping. some American textiles : factories with- her talent' and
experience.
-Lab Technician Sam Dt Rico from Philadelphia and. his beau-
tdul blonde wife Lois, an Office Excenutary.-both.of Italian descent;
arrived here for a four day honeymoon. They stayed at-the Hotel
Villa Creole.


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TELE-PROGRAMI
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Monday November 28
6:00 pm-Test pattern. --
(Records) ',
7:00 pm-Program Scheduj
7:03 pm-Weather Repdrt`
7:06 pm-Children's Pro
Cartoons j:
7:25 pm-The River Boat -
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st ef
Review of the
events. .
8:00 pm-La Belle Creole
"Frankie Laine"
his' guests -p-
8:30 pm-The Unied
social t i o n...$ SA9
most trod e r 6 ^
Factory in the-A
bean, prepints. titsr
,' gram "Highway,i.4t
'. rol" starring .
-. -ick Crawford? :
9:00. pm-Telenews (2n.d':;e.
ibn) -Summarty.ot
late news press
by the ,Esso Rep
9:06-pm-The. Voice.. of..
s t o n e presents .x
Concert Hall.' progr.
sponsoredd by the F
stone 'Inlerameri...
Company ,
9:35 pm-Celebrities in Tittevg
-ture Ind, Art S
10:00 pm-Close of program.
S National Anthem .
Tuesday Nov. 20 IS O
6:00 pm-Teit pattern Music
(Records)
'7:00 pm-Program Schedule
47:03 pm-Weather Report '
7:06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti -
.Panoramic scenes, oa
everywhere, .
7:26 pm--Children's, program-
Cartoons ..
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st editiA,
Review of the dat
events.
8:00 pm-Art & Culture, prese
ted by Lucien Bond
with. the participate
of Haitian Artists -
8.30 pm-Telecinema$ 'Madanr
Curie avec Greer Ga
son & Walter PidgeoQ
- 9:00 pm-Telenews (2nd. edit-'
ion) Summary of theWI
late news present
90 by the Esso Reporter
9:05 pm-Telecinema Contin.
10:00 prrr---Cose of program
National Anthem
Wednesday Nov. 30 19601
6:00 pmn-Test pattern Music
(Records)
7:.00,pm-Program, Schedulq *' -
7:03 pm-Weather' Report""'-
7:06 pm-Albui Tele-Haiti-
Panoramic scenes bi
everywhere.'.
7:26 pm-Children's, programs
7:45 pm-LTelenews (1st edition
Reriewv. of -the day
events.
8:00 pm-Red Barry- (Episo
No. 10) Weekly Scri
sponsored by Vi.
Saliba -Autd, Parts-:
8:30 pmn-Man of the week.
9:00 pm--Telenews (2nd e
ion) Summary of
late news preso
by the. Esso Re-
9:05 p-m-Western Theater
10:00 pm-Close of program
National Anthem.








t Suday Noember 27t


SPresident's
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,c-(ti 'oidlitued from 41agu I1
;iYU eiS EIstime. The man
fr'"t, of yo'u, the man speak
to y, is a witness to the 'do
all or 'the Verrites man v
wIvt6 dreaming "his dream
a great patriot. ...
!: "i.-it decreed this -year
e' Lo.dr year, .d eyeryt
as' LA .fall :in to start: build
*t, rseemss that 1I should addr
.f-?I. to my people, and te
;:jertiiAnt,;isnB
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m-6erbf this. world can.
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tou lfill my. mission.. W
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VICE-PRESIDEN'D IN WASHING N


impromptu speech ..Presidential
Decree
"The famous words that you A
in iked so muoli, and that I had D. FRANCOeS DU' AL ER e
S pronounced during the ePresident of the Republi
ing pro-ounced -. .dring the elecor- In view of article 90 of the
)wn- ate campaign (applause as one
Who .n'.an er;es '"they have become onstitutson;
In view of Law-decree of No.,'-
of -ad") we must say them again r 3 "
'Again they have 'become mad'
applause). lMly "-dear' citizens, In view of the Law of Febru-
S.to .e .day's work of the Chief of ay 1948;
'ody 'tonte, today's 'work, has been In iew of the Law of Sept-
ig. thle .aviet that is whyr i -P' p ember. 19, 1953 on Immigration
hg. the heaviest: that's why I -opu e land Emgration; -
roess his- talk to aend. and Emigraion a
en Considering that the.: 'right of
"it l expulsion is onie attributed to the
-"I. nelere iep forl listen Sovereignty of the State:
yoiu, Duvalier' heart. -e 'ili al- Considering- that each State,
n Du. a lie h' .e.oh er '. il. l ii iin the limit .of its terriLory, to
oe,/ ,a.,s like the. er:. '-T, hold
a ol"e ",. :.--.rathto l --k 'be -decree the measures .guaranfe
take an -olive wreath.-lo& l161bak the.
. i ngthe interior and exterior so;
hy, he chief of a a th'e chief of0
has '.prtern bcet^'i"..y.. .h.s, ie t "a .B And coWnsequently .: it,. nl, a rigbas sthe
.. A. o ne ght _to e pelba,. ll tr
toe ,.. plotting on the natio'iat soil of
6iend qt hze p si tis 'hs 'qt u
hno .-lte. tiBh, .a_.. las, Ie nd is subver.sit. to the establb ,
- h thie ti a ng as t -ished political an social order ;' .
bti others it9 i 1 I hI.; tol n bd s o c
npil oatbe asewi tho We donamic Considering that the ,purpo e z. e-Pr-.Lye tvndon Johnsn grated n
S t, b u t d m of the Haitian Government is to Washington by-NegrTI FaN E .
hee poner that characterisolm guarantee and maintain Ithe in- < .-
.,- m.|-.- ( last ..'-. wrr ....terror order and the .security of . ... """ Q-
arIp th force were co v eredby long t a .. U.S KRJFTCHMER STORAGE
the frmilles is doubleO again. by. U.SS.
th -y aIpinliseb) that same"power youtassui the safe ading of con- PAYS 24 HOUR ample place to sell or rent onA
hee ha" e fowd me* ,L tinental American order; VISIT zt B sc a o .ne. ol:
there C dtooo..havee followed me, will a- Co ring that onsgner The S avy Radar Picke pt, close Haso also one of
Fho -%4nc6'V60 eay..o-I"uoisrmg a s r" the best houses n St. Mar
who was b ready to erusn all o Francois Poirier of French na- Escort Vessel, "USS Kretchmet" el .bstu ese s t reto
teles." tioaliy is desirable; DER-329), arrived, in Port au sell and storaeplaes to rent.
.- i u sirl Apply Mr. -Rebbld,, opposite
S .On the report of the MiLister Prince at Sam yesterday with a .Pltr a-r.o.rt3
of Interior; complement ol 171 e1ilisted men arot
.. .DECREE-- .- -aLid 13 officers dnboard.
Article 1.---Monei eur Frai- EXpected t6 depart early this Lieutenant Commander B.
S cois P6irier, b-f -French Natiotir eveningat 5 30pm, the USS Kret- Laper and is a non-saluting ves-.:I
'ality is exIelled- from trhe Hai- chmner is-under the command of' sel..
tian- territory. "" .. i
Article 2.--He ill be'embark BEST FOOD IN THE CARIBBEAN!
ed on the first occasiono-for ab- H T L
road. HOTEL CHOUCOUNE
Aie 3.-he present Decre CHOUCOUNE
yil.l, be published and 'executed, CABANE CHOUCOUNE
at the dihligence of the Minister
of Interior. as Aeribed in the TORONTO GLOBE MAIL. by
Done at-.te National Palace, Mrs. AL A I I NTZMAN who was a.guest a
at Port au Prince, th eb- OTE CHOUCOUNE 'during the month of
.er 1960,.the 15th :'eaf' ; toI-Inde. February 1960:
pendance. .'OUR HOTEL, the Chouconne,. wasa about five miles aabve~
Dr. Francois DUVALIER the city of PetionvilAe. This is the residential section whert
By the President:- hoties. are modern aMd:.the hotels are lavish and bomfortabh
The Minister of State for
.."Interiorh stand, National -atDefence Omd tUe food can 1e-highly recommended. The ugual meal might ,
S.Dr. Aurele JOSEPH /utart'f off with a rum lunchh mixed with wild honey and limc
''- ", -. )'- W TO ENuia'ceY- The next possibility could be flaming lobster, fried poirk
FurL..nish d T h ET u h.eo.'ith.rifeeabd black -mushrooms, and then perhaps a sweet potalt
S. ' o beedro us -- no hree o adding. This' wguld all be topped off with a strong black cUij
d p -d A-Haitianoffee.
lit'"66 prefer ourdwn or eVtiotyl -- .',,'-
64 Iate D(ecember to e'y Ai. -.'- --Aside from hotel night life, Petionville possesses a night dut
... wirite Dow Pait-ma-P ..Box- -iqie in-the-West Indles, the CABANE 'HOU(OUNE, a build
337, Port Pt.- :. ng of bamoo" hapel like an inverted ive-cream, cone.,Thi
AiM RNT ix t-terior looks like the chief'p hut in an African i-vilage, xt
sagr6ables di s i .- Moder.n .urhishd oom, IWad. -,erior -contalns a large, smooth dance floor 2wher e a goor
OnStruCto 10 te1ining puol. t bedrooms, office rehestra plays the usual merngae."
lSans Chambre arge lvin'groom. COMPLETE DINNER A' LA CARTE: $4.
be " "ots di Opposite Sinclair Filling Sta- SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT:
ber. 0ey:, ... lion, Pe(iojviUle, Rue Derenon- T URSDAY & SATURDAY E .1E I
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L o ng. .s"...Gunther Sambale;- in charge a.
"". Economic Affairs,; idn iiti sb
p g-e '. "- n" co t" 'e "e s; W o ng es ; on
Do 04 .. ge )'i .tat"time (1151,'." continued .the Ltaw. Degree at Breslau's Uni- A comment on thE. efficiency spla 'S"ecretay. 'here- fnceaJ958;,
fe'.t ese Lender (Staft) Germai minister, "aqd with th varsity of Law and later took of the staff caused' Mr. L(edde- Mrs- Marlene .irsch, Cltura
e ietves was,..the family exception of the. war years laiti -his second State degree in Ber- Neurath's reply "Each member ff'airs, -six years in-.Haitij
iutt .i.ch acted- as consuls has nearly always baoi German lin f my staff has a comprehen- Fran i-Joseph .'Willeke,- Pbli
t,.the, Stat- # Oldehburg.. in representation, either 'Consuls .O Entering the 'German Foreign sive knowledge and ive all work Relations Affairs Wih6'-s '"$
r au Prihnce:foI m as early Charge d'Aff&irs." Service in, 1938, Luedde-Neuratti h a team. I am very happy to serving here f9r the. past-
SOtto SchuUt, a descend "servedas 3rd and then 2nd secre-, worn'with them." .ars; Mrs' T.- Zobe here-snei
'th family was' recently 'he son of A Getnan Govern tary of the German 'Legation in The other. members 'f the.Ger- 195 a'nd. Miss U.' Graitsch',.'.i
ad-:s:,the first CAnsl .of ment official, .Kurt"*Luedde-NeU- Tokyo during the warx years and npan Legation's staff are;' Ma'- Haiti' .since .1957. .The Legatio
mNOSt,. 4. Haitian since rath was born in .liace-Lorai- after the war entered into- the Bausenhart; a secretary .posted (d ln 'onage. .
I. A. ... : .- ne.-(now.'a lCrench.. territory)' ~i Swiss-Germanrt xport-Tmport bu- ',
wrewre severa-'other.Ger- 19U1.. Educated in Friboutrg, Lu, siness-qntil recalled to Bonn and -
-ar&1&g;,epresented herp at' edde-Neuraih-received lis iniitial the ForeigRs Service in early .,
1950. 1
.. In early 1950 he was made
~a.. member of Eidcnhauer's C~1n-
.. ., cellery-.- the new bureau tend- -I PEIONVILLE i.t -
ing to Germany's .foreign office .
ard. affair, whidh oziened up in
'eknly 1951, and fooiving-appoint
1 rient eto the- Personne QpaI-
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tizaited is the Gerafi .Consul
in. 'Baielona; -Spain- in "1953
where lie. served until his;-'ap
pointment to this :country in
1958.
The years'.comprising those of
the two world .Wjirs severed di-
plomatic functions by . here but following the ceasation.
of the- Second World War Ger-
man -representation was Once
again established here -and from
1954 up 4'ntl -March of this year,
"the German ..Legation wa.q cited
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JAY WALKING PREVALENT DESPITE LIGHTS
F'r. any years .Port au Princeans' have suffered
"'.under the painm'llly false illusion that they -are immune
..'lo t.r.gistri'fk by either car, truck, bus or'oyole. Un-
L.!fortunately drivers of vehicles realize 'he harsh court
*.ipen'alities exidth'g here for injuring pedetrias and
.,nadh into each other rather than clip a jay walker
,1t's time 'th e pedestrian woke up, took 'a pull on him-
Sself-and obeyed 'pedestrian crossingss, t adfic lightst, .aind
the commands of traffic cops on point duty, ini Jed
ocf' wrabiing blatamitly all over the roads at their own
"
the Traffib Department has worked "hard in. recent
monthss to proifote safety consti6us drivers;. tihe next
SUlty will have to.,be promotion of "safe" pedestrians.
AtL.peak rush hours, in driving rain and in the night,
people on'foot take. or .r.the streets and casually strdll.
-ac- ]ig' signing car Itorn, sfudling brakes and righte-
"tiv i roit*' md IW *ibro r nerves as
ey, dfV'ioleaf jaiy
wake. .
.; the pedestrian is going t '*conItinue to'thinlk it his
right to walk in the middle of'the road it might be
e l wdl for the traffic aeparLtmernt to either restrict the fi
-walTking on the highways crny 'at suth huirs as two
i-'l lihe ,m.lrnui'g or getting all jay walkers' equipped
.with chain mail .aAd white flags. The pedestrian may
think i't futmny but the driver .doesn't.
The drivers are 'doing their paTt, niow ilt's the turn
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HAITI SUN
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
',Editor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERICH
-Gerant-Responsable MAUCLAIR LABISSIERE
'MEMBER OF THE INTER:AMERICAN PRESS ASSN.
ESTABLISHED IN 1950


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE'S WORK FOR HAITI
:Port au IPrince's Chlamiber of Commerce has shown
initiative and fore sight by inviting countries represen-
ted in 'Haiti to sh w produx-bs -and ways df life in a
series of exlpositionds to be 'heId alt- the Chamber. of
Commeorce Building on tlhe ExipositioriGrounds.
'If the first in this series, the exlhi'bi't currently being .
'staJged by tie iGdenmia Legatiqip' is any-indication then
This 1960-61 pfgrat i ',expde tions will prove to be
bootot sail edhdatonmI.i.npeitu..
SWorkinlg lhal in hand tihe German Legation and the
Chanlber of. 'Comma.rde i h'axe. arranged a comprdhensivre
and wieid 'ilid'.ilt b ing of the major prodtiuts im-
oplte*d by'Haiti from Oerrmnany. A memlb&r 'of the Ger-
man.. Legatipn. ,is an'1land daily to' explain various fac-
c'Is odf the exposition an'd answer any quIestion posed
Afdlve.tising. these expositions to the tourists coming
"to Haiti in'royes .'inlg the Wintter .season would ser-
z.2 severall sound, purposes, -chieT- of wfiih' would be to
advertise those countries. presenting the 'exhibits 'and
'jow Haiti is Ja progiresive nation pushing towards a
g. O .;, n..o nlrciall lev l.
?'perhapso.v'en mnoire fberneficidi b o this 'douritry is the
reci-pocity whidh wit! permit. Haiti 'to exhibit 'her wares
tih.n se buntries thalt exhibit here.'


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DR. HENRY COLCHER
TEACHING HERE
After a week in Port au Prince
)r Henry Colcher, New York,
here to teach for a month at
he Faculte de Medecine. has
finally managed to buy film for
his unusual and sell invented
novie system an Internal mo-
'ie system.
Dr, Colcher described his me-
hod of photographing inside the
ruman body and its purposes to
he "Haiti Sun" this week. Un-
il Dr. Colcher came along with
his idea doctors used to argue
ith each other as to-what they
aw and didn't see through the
ensed instrument which, when
inserted into a patients stomach
with light attached, permits the
examiner to see what the ail-
nent is.
A specialist in cancer and dito-
lenal-flcers, Henry Colcher him-
elf was involved in arguments
'vet what his examinations did
or did not reveal whale was go-.
ng on in patients' interiors. Dr
rolcher solved the problem by
hitting 'a movie camera to the
end of the urv'ed 'scope which
'provides photographic eviden-
e just like a photo-finish for
a horse race."
In order .to obtain the best and'
most precise results Dr Colcher
utilizes a camera which permits
the operator to see through the
lens as the film is being made.
Naturally in the dark, caverns
of ones stomach a pretty fast ac-
ion film is necessary and a lot
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The,.SS Ancon of the Panama
In Haiti Line arrived from New York at
The Panama Line has been 7:00 am November 26th, 1960.
conducting an aggressive program On board were a total, of 106
o bring tourists to Haiti, not passengers of which the follow-
nly in the United States but in ing 24 disembarked al Port au.
he Republic of Panana and the Prince: "
anal Zone. 'His Excellency (Au- Mrs Rose Alexandre, 1iss -
elio Guardia. Ambassador of Hortonsia Azar, Mrs Virginie Bn-
apama to Haiti, has been gra- lan. Mrs Elizabeth. Brignol, Miss
iously assisting on this project Jocelyn Brignol (10 Yrs.), Mr.
nd arrived from Panama on Raymond D Berhe...
SCristobal on November 25th, Raymond Dej.ean, Miss Berthe
S Crisobal on November 25th, Fenelon, Mrs Carmelle Gilbert,.I
O Rev. Sister Marie Laure Leveil- "
On this history making voyage le, Miss Ulna Louison, Mr. Dieu-..
he ship will carry more passen- done Lovinsly, Mrs Gyslaine 0. -i
ers to Port au Prince' from Pa- Martin, Rev. Vincent Robinson
ama than to New York City Mr ,mmauel RosemhertMrs
rom Panama. This is the first Leonce Rosenthal, Mrs Maria' -
ime this has happened. Sanchez, Mr Joan H. St. Hubert, '"j
47 passengers disembarked Mi & --Mrs George Spencer, Missg ;`m
ere as against only 35 destined Danielld Therlonge, Miss Julien-
o New York City. The passeng- ne Turin. Mrs Vivianne Vieux &
rs. arriving at this port are: dgtr. 2 Yrs., Mrs Claire.Vilainr.
Bauman, August *I. and wife ...
Biava, Vincent' Tea Party At. Ethiopia
Carlin, William R. Jr: wife.& Embasr y Home ii
daughter. Madame Habtermariam, .wife',
Cawl,. Mrs Maxime A. and 2 of the Ethiopian Ambassador to-:
hidren Haiti, gave a .tea in honor:of,'.A
Corrigan, Larry 'and Wife Mrs Baguidy at fier:..J:Desprez'...
Crook, Mrs PhyUis H. home on Monda3 after non: Wiv- ';
De- Leop, Alwyn .and Wife 'es of the Diplomatic Corps merm-"
Frensley, Miss Bertla I. 'ers in Haiti and other friend...
Guardia, Aurelio of Madame, Habtermariam- en-
Hale, Hugh D., Wife and 2joed the lavish tea part .
ahildiren odteaihe -vp
Jadis, Stewart H. Neckar, Alfred J. & Wife
Lau, Milton W., Wife and Dtr. Nicholas, Etienne G. & Wife';
May, Andrew J. Pr.uitt. Mrs Anne H. M :
MicLintock, George T. & Wife Reardon, Mrs Rosemary D.
Mallory, William B. & Wife Sprague, Howard H. & Wife-.
Million, Harold.J. Wife & Son .. Weade, Fred M., Wife & 2
Morrill, Miss Mildred N. children.
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Germany's Long Association With Haiti

t- continued from page 4) gation here hdpes to extend in next year-and-a-half in the fields.
'also has' a complement of three the near future, are- given to of Architecture, City Planning
H aitian staff. Haitians desirous of learning 'and -Engineering.,
_One' of the facets of the Ger- trade practices such as engin-,
man 'Legation that has drawn, peering or car maintenance. It Shortly after the conclusion of
much favorable comment since is expected that those behefit- the Second World War the Ger-
its institution ywo years ago is ting from these practical courses man Republic decided on a new
the system of scholarships offer- return to Haiti to pass on their course to arouse interest from
ed on an.average of 22 to-Haitian ktiowledge gained in actual work the outside world in Germany.
students eac year.. in German institutes and specia- Invitations were extended to va-
Offered to Haitian students at- lized factories.' rious .countries to send. journal"
Sending Universities, the schol- i, stS to visit Germany and to
b-uships are for 12. months study As an example of this second date four such invitations have
.in Germany at the expense of type of scholarship Minister L-1. been extended to Haiti and ac-
hUie German Government .with edde-Neurath 'spoke of Haitian cepted.
.the 'exception of the fare to Get- Army Engineer-Captain Jacques Asked if these junkets would
ihmany which has to be covered Joachim who studied for three continue in the future, Mr. Lued-
by the scholarship winner. (In years at the Port au Prince Hai- de-Neurath stated.. that a fifth
somee cases the Gernian Lega- tian-German Bibliotec and now Port ,au Prince journalist had
on has. covered this expense speaks and w ri t.e s German already received an invitation to
yiais.) fluently. make an extensive tour of Ger-
Studying at German UniVersi- many and it was hoped that
'ies the -Scholarship winners n Captain, Jo a c h im departed these trips would continue' in
6:extend their '12 months if desir- Sunday -last for study in Germa- future years.
S'edi This form of scholarship co- pry .on a "Deutscher Akademis- During colonial times there
.ye an average of .-12 students cher Austauschdienst" scholar- was a strong German popula-
per.:yehr. The German Legation ship issued in Bonn. tion in Haiti at a now practical-
i-.Haiti also offei's a second Bor.n here in 192-9, Captain -ly deserted area known as Bom-
S.pgrm of sc-holarship of. which a- Jacques Joachim took such ad bardopolis. It is estimated' .that
i:aixiately 0 arie ex-te Ai d ed irtterest in Germany that the Le- some. 200 persons .baring pass-
parly. .. gaion here decided to help him. ports. of, German Ndtionalitk
Int Known -as *practical training As a -result.of the Bond scholar- currently reside in Haiti while
Sa1td' specialized study scholarsh-, ship, the Captain will study at -there are a, further 150" to 200
ips,. ese.'grants,' waich the Le,-the Sluttgard University "for the Haitian-Germans in the country.
,.. -s e, .. The German Legation Head a]'
.so estimated that there are.close
.to 500 Haitians 'in this country
speaking fluent German. .'Much
S"- of this predominance of German
r speaking Haitians comes from
fr f r't- the work of the little 'German
Library founded on a s"alJ seta-
Sle in 1956 with books'on German
culture ways of life and ind s.
t odical. together with German peri-


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It was not long 'before a teach
er was enrolled to give German"
classes and today between 12('
and 130 Haitiauis regularly. .i-
tend the six w eekly Germnn
lasses given by Haitiani Pro-
fessor H. L. Chevalier,' who
spent 35 years in Germ.-ny, anil.
Miss Spiekermann. Lectures' ort
life' in *Germany and German
culture -are also given at' the
'Library -by Dr Max Chancy, a
Haitian who"spent several years
in Germany. prior' to returning
'here. The Directress of the Li-
brary is,.Mrs. Renate Wilson..
Minister Luedde-Neurath stat-
ed this week that the divisions



NOTICE
At a meeting held. on October
22, 1960, the Board of Directors!
of Caribbean Mills Inc has ac-1
cepted the resignation of Mi. Jo-.
seph'C. Cichowski as Vice-Pres-'
ident and Treasurer of Caribbean!
Mills Inc. effective immediately.:
Mr. Joseph-Cichowski has no
longer any connection with Car-
ibbean Mills Inc. ,or any of-itsl
affiliates, -gi with any corpora-
tion controlled by the owners oa
Caribbean Mills Inc. '
Arthur.D. HAAS
Chairman of the Board of
Directors and President of
Caribbean Mills Inc.


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Sunday November 27th, 194
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of German economics fell into
'several categories. "Many are
employees of such big combines
as Plantation Dauphin in the
North and the, Reynolds Mine-
while others are employed by
Haitian business .firms. in the
capital. Several have their own
businesses in Port au Prince and
others have farms in the North
of the country." .
Prior to. the 1939-46 War-there
was a. strongly supported Ger-
man Club in Haiti but persistent
and aggravating insinu'at i on s
that this was an enrollment bu-
reau for Nazis forced the club
out of existence. In its place to-
day is the Haitian-German Club,
a .cultural association -with most-
,ly Haitiai. merpbprship by peop-
Je who have 'lived in Germany.
at one time or another, and cur-
cently under the Chairmanship
of Mr Max Bouchereau, owner
of the. Caravelle 'book shpp and
a, former Haitian Consul Gener-
al to Hamburg.


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On Friday this week the Gaer
man Legation, in company with
the Port au -Princ6 Chamber -of
Conimmerce,. held a 5:30 operinfig
of its comprehensive -Exposition
in the Chamber's building,on tlhe
Exposition Grounds.
The forerunner of future ekh-
ibits of industry etc., by Ameri-
ca, France and other countries
(in 1961), the German Exposdi-
tion, features facets of Germia- .
any's trade with Haiti, industrial
progress and cultural" aspects .of
the. Federal Republic .of Germ-
any.
In 1959 Haiti imported $1,600,-
000 worth of produce from- Ger-
mapy. In turn German imported
5600,000 worth of Haitian made
products.,Coming into this .coun-
try yearly (and- featured in the
current exposition) are electric-
al accessories and appliances, '
(such as 'telephones ,wiring and
radios,) construction and build-
ing materials which includes ev-
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Interior-And National Defense Department 12-HOR DELAY MARTIAL LAW
Dept. Education DI DiCREED
the continent by the adepts of Communique Tuesday DEPT. DEFENSE-
COMMUNIQUE an ideology condemned by the The Department of National INTERIOR
r A, communique issued by the which the publications, the reu- Sister Republics of the New Education issued a commCOMMUNIQUE
SDepartment of Interior and Na- onions and the activities were World. on Tuesday November 2 stat-
tional Defense on Tuesday Nov- putting in danger the very ex- Consequently, the Association ing:
ember 22nd states: stence of internal public order called the National Union of Hal- The Department of Natiopal A Department of Interior and
"Sihce the start of the present and were endangering the trad- tian Students and its affiliated Education advises those interes- National DIefense communique
a wre egh a-ii a ate ed that the "unlimited general dated November 22nd states that
Academic year, some subversive itional position of the country groups, as well as all other as- strike" decreed by the Execut- the Council o f Ministers, desir-
el einents that distinguished socjations of students and so stke decree by the Executi- the Counc of Ministers, desir-
m e n ts that distinguished toward its. international engage-.. socjations of students and so
thenmelves in a recent past by ents. called "Youth" Associations are, ve Bureau of the former Asso- ous of giving the Executive pow-
eir.activities, contrary to Con by the present, dissolved. ciation of Haitian students, ..ha- er effective means to counteract
tiritional order, have regroup- The Government of the Repub- No assembly of any kind will ing been declared illegal and of the anarchic effects of commu-
R communist inspiration, advises nistic activities t ha t everyone
:d. themselves in the-schools, col- lie, intent on maintaining peace be authorized in their customary the students and pupils to go can see i the armed disorder
egesand universities with the in the families, aware of the ne-places of meeting; it is also back to their schools as per throughout the Sister Republics
Iident purpose of an attempt cessity of guaranteeing the ex- forbidden any meeting, in any schedule, within12 hours, of the New World, on the'-
srupt public p ea ce and ecution of international agreem- place, that would have for its Should they (the students and strength of the law of February
ltranqiubity ents freely contracted, and desi- purpose to attend the business pupils,) not observe the terms 27, 19.8, identifying said aetivi-
rous of contributing to the esta- of said associations, under pain of The present communique they ties to attempts against the Sta-
t oNUIer the pretext of using blishment of a climate of peace by the violators, whoever they will see their inscriptions void te Security and the Constitution,
eiroconstitutional right of as- and concord required by the Pan may be, of all the rigors of the in the establishments and facul- and in conformity with the cons-
m ling themselves f r e e I y, American ideal, is .decided to law. ties to which they belong. titutional dispositions governing
ose /subversive elements, esta- take all measures susceptible to Signed: Dr. Aurele Joseph, Signed: Joseph D. Baguidy, the matter, DECREES MARTI-
hed in the idst of the Uni- allow it to face the exceptional November. 22. Minister. AL LAW on the whole of the ter-
'ersity a center of disorder of situation of crisis provoked in Minister November 22. .ritory of the .Republic of Haiti.



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"'HAITI SUN" PAGE ,


The cutting of a ribbon' Tues-
day signalled the reopening of
the Republic's Southern highway
and inaugurated the U.S. NavX
sSeabee built Lake Miragonae
Bridge, linking Port au Prince
with 'the South.

Sy,.mbolic as a new. phase in
U.S. aid to Haiti (utilization of
U.:;-ed Statcs Armed Forces in
contributed consbt'ution work,)
the 190 foot Mi'ragoane pontoon
'bridge spanning the badly flood-
ed lake ivas put up in record
umie by 40 Seabees and four of-
ficers arid, completed S days be-
fore/the 30 day schedule.

,Driving in a jeep of' the Am-
phibious Construction Battalipn
No. 2, Seabee Commander C. F.
Krickenberger was first to cross
the ICA sponsored, bridge Tues-
day. With him went Marcel Dau-
mec, Minister of Public Works,.
Transportation and Communica-
.' on, David Keogh, Acting Chief
.1f the International, Cooperation
.Ad mnistration and Colonel Ro-
:.bert Heini;1 Head of Haiti's U.S.
Marine Mission.

;,.t. ";This 'initial 'crossinig of the
'sto*dy pontoon- kpan was made,
t". 11"am' between four raiiks of
saluting Seabees clad, in smart
fatigues ar'forage'caps. Watch-
ing from both ends of the brid-
ge were some 40 guests broug;ft


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Mii-agoane Lake Bridge Reopens Southern Haiti Tuesday
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to the ceremony by Coast Guard
cutter and dozens of local re-'
sidents. '
Speaking to the hundreds as-
sembled for the November 22
inauguration Minister Daumet
stressed "this construction "job,
accomplished by Seabees, is a
new phase in United States-Haiti
aid and' cooperation."

The reopening of Haiti's traf-
fic link between North and, South
comes after months of wdrk at-
tempting fo solve disasterous-.
flood problems of the-expansive
lake which rose 20' feet .after
Spring rains to completely swal-
low the. old bridge' built in 1930
by Officers of the.U.S. Civil En-
gineers forerunners of Sea.
bees. .

When Lake Miragoane rose to
a depth of 24 feet and a further
58, centimetres above the exist-,
ing bridge, all traffic from North
.and Sputh was effectively sev-
ered leaving only a slow and
unsafe ferry system across the
flood to carry on communica-
tiobs.
Colonel Robert Heinl, Jr., Head
of 'the 50 man U.S. Marine Mis-


sion in Haiti, training the Hai-
tian Army, immediately advis-
ed that- Army to seek assistance
from a United States Navy div-
ing team equipped with compare
hensive diving gear .which would
allow thorough 'exploration of
the lake's floor in an effort to
find the solution to the gradual-
ly -overflowing waters.
A four man diving team arri-


ved here in August and under
command of Major E. H. Jones,
E.Agineer-advisor of the US Nal
val Mission to the Haitian Arm-
ed Forces, commenced prepara-
tory cleaning of four natural' out-
let holes two feet above the
lake floor and though thoroughly
blocked, thought to be the over-
flow system for Miragoane.
(Cqntinued on page 12)


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1 INTERNATIONAL,
SUGAR CONGRESS..
Fireworks are expected at th I
current reunion of the Intern
tional Sugar Council, being hel
in. Mexico, when Cuba's Ra1,
Depero Bonilla Cuban .Com
merce Minister places
country's complaint before tbe
council; that Cuba's sugar quoJ
ta has been aggressively cu'.
Haiti was one of the Latin Am''
rican countries to benefit fro
the vast cut in Cuba's sugar qu
ta on the American market.


GRAVE ACCIDENT .
AT TROUIN -
Tuesday fortnight ago at U1:5
am a camion licensed No. ,807.
and piloted by Robert Baucica.
turned over near Trouin injury
nine passengers and killing 'on
passenger named Nletand Re t
The injured were rushed to J
Jacmel hospital and the dV
man was taken to the host.
for the / legal formalities...'12
driver of the Camion was lodge
in fai.


BACOULOU. .
TROUPE PDEBPART
FOR PUERTO R0C-
Madairi e Odette ..Wiener,
dynamic .-director. of. the .f
troupe of Bacoulou dancers
parted Moniay afternoon hfor
Puerto Rico tour of showsif9;t.
Accompanying the Dan c e"i
were' Madame, Suzy Lecd'it
costume manager and Jean-Ola.'Q
de Castera, the, supervisor. at'
decorator. The members of!,
' troupe- comprising the Bacoulol
dancers made their debut Pt
"to Rican performance the nigh
of their arrival when they.,
(ored in the San Juan Inter'c
tinfental Hotel. -They are sche
.uled for-a three week star
the Intercordtinental and will' pe
form at the Ramey Air.- BJ
before returning to Port au 1
ce.


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cording to the importance 6f the.:
.3 .N J I-cock-pit. In certain of the "Ga-"
guerres," the cock owners are
-k admitted free of charge: in. oth-
Ii ers, they pay their admission
ferent names, according to the Guinea pepper pounded-to powd- of their high quality cocks them- like the spectators are required
color of its plumage. For exam- er) "gingembre pile" (pounded selves." to -do. The proprietors of the
Hi pie, there is the, "gaguine," and ginger), "piment-bouc" (goat cdck pit collect a 10 to 20. per'r,
.,z i lthe "coq-rouge" or "Dambala", pepper, hot and stinging) or "pi- Like in boxing or football, cent commission on the .receipts,.
the s e r p e n t i e r (snake-weed ment zoazo" (bird pepper each fighting cock owner, small from the fight.
CoCk fih knon to have cock), the "taissade" (badger small pods of red pepper with or large, has his partisans and
C O _fightacnt is knaow to se cock), the "Zinga", the "Zinga- a searing hot taste) and other.in- fans. The spectators animate the At Port au Prince only, there
been practice in Flaners, a blanc," the Zinga-gri"' and the gredients having tte propriety cock-arenas, often placing large are more than a hundred of
desolate, swampy old region of "Zinga-rouge" (white, gray and of stimulating the organism of sums of money on their favor- these "Gaguerres" or cock-pits.
:rance. Doubtless introduced. The "Coq-pagnols" the'bird. and exciting its passion ite cocks. They ari located in Bel-Air, at
antoomingoorHispanio Spanish Cock) brought over for the combat. There are also Poste Marchand, there is onre
the, former French ratese, the from the Dominican side are the simpless" (c h a r m s and The "GAGIUKRE" (Cock-Pit) near the Fort National, one at 1
Spai, occupying the Eastern The "Gaguerre" is the place
paih, occupying the Eastern usuauy of a tar-red or cnnam- words of a prayer used in mass- The "Gaguerre" is the place La Saline, at Morne a Tur, at"
part of the island, possessed of shade. aging or treating the injured) where .the cock fights take pla- Bolosse, at Carrefour Feuilles,
Sflair, lost no time in establish- combined with an unguent -om. cc. This :Creole word is derived at Saint Martin, at Delmas, id.
ig cock fighting on comer-areLaished posed of "uck leaves" which the from the Spanish '.'Ga0lo" which the heights. of Avenue Fouchard
cial -baisis. Also, prior to-the High Quailty Cocks .cocks4 ae made to swallow af- menas cock; and the French and in various other by-coniers
Amenrian Occupation, fighting ter each treatment. word "Guerre" which means of the city. The Tax Department
;-'cocks of the .best species, own, 'The "Coqs-Qualite" or "Coq- / ,. combat or fight. "Ga-Guerre" exercises a right of control over
,ed 'byi the country!s Military Dis-." Bhtailfle-"diifer -inpletely from The "batailleur de coq" (na- or "Gaguerre"'. therefore, means all the cock-pits of the Republic.
trict. Cormanders,- all of whom. ordinary cooks. The neck, under- me gvey fighting cock owners) "a place of cock combats." They are divided into classes: e
.w.ere 'mostly exponents ofy. the wings and'thighs- are 4h6droughly become' as fond. of his cock as 1st 2nd 3rd and 4th classes.
Spo.rt- usually were brought n plucked; the"'omb removed and he .is of himself. He closely wat- It is 'a sort of circular'stadiun Those of the 3rd and 4th ciass-
form the neighboring Republic.. the %purs sharpened to pi~"ches rover the feeding of his id- in wood, huilt on a rather large.'es ae called "Petites gaguer-
n.It may therefore be affirmed points. ol. Each- day, he subjects the piece of ground, and being 'able res." They are patronized by the
tlat' the practice of cock corn- ' bird to a sun bath, from eight. to contain from twdo' to three small fighting dock owners, com-
bet is a colonial heritage. Special ca.m is lavished, upon o'clock in the morning to two hundred people. It is surround- posed of yard boys, laborers at
Ai.Add 'oE what. does this practice the birds including a dailyi mas- o'clock In' the afternoon. About ed by.benche. arranged in live the Custom House, biscuit vend-
nsst: -' 'sage o? the t nibs arid a. simul- 4:00 or 5:00 pm.1, he puts ',the .or six rows) and the arena is ers, candy peddlers and wdmen
. ant bath of-the plucked parts, of bird through his paces within oth- covered by an improvised roof from the populace whq are im- '
'J I lsjfhet speculation and deve- the body. The bath,.is administ- er 'cocks being .used as "sparr-. of coconut, leaves. The center is passioned by .this type o amu-.
tloqpng of the, warlike nature offeredd in the fdr'rm of'a putting ing 'partners;" he teases the' affected' uniquely for. the' cock semer't. .. .:
ajertAn. species. oi the gallin-,of the solution from the moaUh bird and .annoy.it .rom time'to. ,!ight, hre first .row of seats Each 'Gaguerre" has' its. dy
.aceolds tirds 'which are in Creo-. of the'groom i who at thde same timrie in order -to ,.keep 'up 'the ordinarily are c o m po s e d' of 'and mode'of operation., Those of
]e caIle4 Cogq-ualite" (high time serves as ,Manager and Vo- spirit of, combaL 'chairs' rnted from 'some firm "the 1st and 2nd classes work on
tiUl]tyt.. cock),. co-gaguerre" terinarian -- (docter-co cock ." such as an undertaker, are re- special. days or three times per
I 'qghPig o c k s). or ."'Cq-ba- doctor). "' Certain big-shot "batailleurs served for the big dignitaries, week. The "Petites Gaguerres"
stock k of the'dombat). all de coq" .hire the services of a the 'judges- and the owners. /of functionn almost every afternoon
Uepedrng.upon tie. locality. This type of bath,, in. Creole groom of "$oigneur" for the care the fighting bocks. To reach Ithe'from 00 o'clock.on and all day
.n t, e 'Cq-qualite'' or call .'soenagp" is composed of their birds. The small own- seats, the spectators payi an a. on Sundays. The clientele of the
t Co q-atle, are divided into of a mixture' of rhum, mader erg who cannot afford the lux- mission fee varying, from ten to. smallcock-pits isvery 'dense on
various categories a.nd' under dif- 'wine, "poivre guinin" (grains of ury of "cock doctor", take care fifty centimes of a gourde, ac-' Sundays. Besides the spectator's




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nd the backers, one meets the py. The ".take" is reported to go judges, assisted by the cock-pit
"rmarchandes de salaises" (ped- upwards of 200 gourdes ($410.00) owner and several notables of
dlers offering a plate of sour for every "parie", and the num- t h e community in attendance.
herring, avocado, w a t e r cress her of parties is' anybody's Immediately the betting is orn,
*.id shalots, a favorite among guess. Few indeed are the farm- under the designation "a la plou-
&aitians), the vendors of "trem- ers who content themselves .with me," (the loser in this fight
es' (raw white rhqm, with tree shelling out the 10 or 20 centi- loses not only his cock but the
ots and bark of an aromatic mes admission,fees, for the.mere cash as well). The cocks alre
aure): absynthe, lime, hog- love of seeing the "'zinga's" placed by the judges and the
pod, '"rhum brigade," anisum prowess at tearing his adversary fight is on. In case the cocks
d other varieties; candy vend- apart; Very often, a spectator fail'to fight during the combat,
s shoe-shine boys, -"fresco" transforms himself into,-a- pliy- they are again squared off 'by
S"rs (colored ices) etc. er after a hurried consultation the judges. This method known
S with a certain type of "march- as "cole" (glued). Seven "coles"
A we'l-oierating cock pit can ande' 'that sells portions of ,"ca- makes a betting. After seven
rry out from 10 to 15 betting brite boucane". at the entrance colnis have failed the judges
riods. per day.' The maximum to the cock pit. She "lends"' him declare the combat' nul and re-
e for each betting is about .a few gourdes,. at ifiterest, on turns' the cash deposited in"their
minutes. After arp advancee "security" which may consist of care to the parties concerned. If
reement' between the parties his worn- leather sandals,, a on the contrary.. the combat is
ncerned, a cock fight betting palm-weave chapeau, his worn waged %without any trouble, the
-bring in $100, $200' or $300 leather belt or even the worn judges turn the cash and the
.the large cock pits and from "vareuse" off his back. He'll adversary cock over to the win-
10 to $15 for the.-small. hand it over glady to get, this ner. ,
4.'in the area of the Bicenten- emergency financing for a chan- 21 The partisans and backers
(Cite ,Dumiarsis .Estime) in ce to place his bet'on his favor- of the, two .parties ,.support the
section known'- as the "Pal- ite "coq-pahgnol. '" ,.cs of (hebtting. "Tey.' deposit
1stes". the 'cock pit, called . their cash, and with the combat
COQ D'OR" operates&'alhmost the' cdck pits in the localitjes, terminated, they grant a per-
ly during the touristic seas- of" Arcahai., ,Petit-Goave, 1'Asi-- cehtage -20' per cent- to thq
S' e, (Anse-a-Veau, --all- are, fioted gwner of' the losing cock. Ac-
'. -o the grandiose a tivities and tually, all the combats,, in the
the regions of the Artibo'ite the crowd they attract to their small -pits. as. flell..as the large
id' the North it is reputed that respective 'regions on Sundays. ones are.operated a. la ploume"
e 'best quality cocks a-e to be At times' the famous amateurs 3) The. owners, of the cocks
phd. Each week lend, vehicles of. the cock-fight hold a, rendez- thenmstlves *finance :the betting
de ldwith cock. -&and. th6ir own- vout at -these" games. .: expenses without the aid of the
rs'strike out for the country- The Cost Of A "C6q-Qnalite" partisans.. 9n this' type. of bett-
d, followed by'partisanis. and I:r bygone days, during the'pe- ing, the partisans and the back-
rackers,', rushing to these reg- riod of 'our former satraps, the 'eri occupying the -seats play
ions in quest of sensational bet- '.,col-pangnols", origininating in. "outside" the game; that is to.
ng ( the Dominican territory, were, say, they bet among themselves,
tquoca at between 50 and 100 outside of the judges. Certain
In the ,Artibbnite Vaiey are to gourdess, ($10. to $20). Certain of partisans, impassioned, contid
'e. found no'less than 35' "Ga- 'these- cooks' couldL. twin four or ent iat "th& victory of their fav-
.uerres,'". which are 'a "must"'lfive 'fights in a run. They called orite cock, may during the cmn-
t-m'ost of the male populace' them "coqs ;montes" ("fixed") bat, offer. bets, a sort of advan-
Wbere they play their favorite or "possedes de mort" (having tage granted players going some-
unday past tiYne andtob satisfy the. magic power to intimidate tides as far as! .engaging $20t
heir, instincti(re passion for a and to strike down the advers- against $10, 5 gotides against 2
bouti with Lady Luck. At oBorel ary cock in a short time); These gou'.es 4'according'to theirpur-
hey fill -the two improvised, days,. the "coq-qualite" business se. -
cock-pits t" cdpa'city, apd the is becoming- bigger,, and conse-
Deschapel 6is "Gaguerre" sees queatly more lucrative- due ':to Cai.is cock fights- sometimes
te'gourdes and centimes of pea- the increasing number of cock- rese'e 'sulrpnprises or th sct-
sant, meh deposited with'joy as fight owners.. ators:' A, cock" h, h .domiats
they crowd around the pit. Pe- The "coqs-pays" (local spec- its adversary.from-.he begimrpg
Rte Riviere boasts six cock pits, ies., purchased in 'greater part to the epd ".b6f.the i-tbPt can,
and;at Verrettes there are tee by the smallcock-fight owners aD the'lash minute, go, down un-
principal ones. Point Sonde cn.- cost five or ten gourdes {$1 or der '.tl shock 'of a "souele" (a
es.in for four, Pont' P'Ester has $2); rarely '15 gourdes. The big blow,.fom the spur of its adver-'
three' Bois Dehori has 'two, owners import their cocks from sary), with its entrails punctur-
'idncourt has three, and. num- Jamaica, Cuba, Martinique or ed, thus reversing all progiost-
erous.iback yards are known to the Dominican Republic, at pric- ics and tllrowing the. partisans
vhaye "private" fights, throughout es ranging from $50 $100 to and supporters into confusion.
the Valley, with, 'the -village of $150. After a fruitful combat, an Also, at limes, certain wagers
seaux gaming in prestige for owner may resell his cock, on on coqk fights can ,degenerate
It growing "Gaguerre attract- the spo t, for from $200 to into a riot between partisans and
.ion". The people consecrate their $250. Inversqly, he also may buy s u p p o r t er. s. Result: broken
'-undays and' Mondays to the -from another owner at thp same_ heads, knifings, 'the arrival ot
coclkpits in a twice-a-week bet- prices.. :. the cops, a trip to jail and worse.
lbg, but it. becomes a daily op- 'The "coq-borgne" (one-eyed
.ration in 'the region 'when they cock) sells at a higher- price.
'all a "Pasafi" when there/ is According to certain connaiss-
drive underway to raise funds eurs and amateurs, these one- Le Piardie
or the building -of a school, or eyed cocks are very mean and Le iordie
a cn'ureh. The proceeds from cifig bets on the cock-fights: -
cock-fights are oh these occa- FRENCH RESTAURANT
sions generously poured into 'the The Various Types Of Betting Petiojvie
covers and the betting Is kept There are various ways of pla-
-in full swing until the required cirig bets on .the cock-fights: FISH LOBSTER OB CONCH
Amount has been raised, and the 1)-An owner can refuse to al- AU GRATIN
rive is called off.. Then the pea- low his cock to fight for $100. FRENCH ESCALOPES"
ts return to their Iold sched- He demands $200. Should the ad- PEPPER STEAK
le of Sunday and Moenay 'play- versary fail to produce the FRENCH BREAD
'ng,.'The "Gaguerres" in the Ar- amount, the partisans and back- FREN WINE
tibomte do their duty'By paying .ers take up a collection among Mrs Gerard BALTHAZAR,
1the"equired taxes to the "pre- themselves. Once the required =Manager
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Seabees Beat Floods And Deadline

(Continued from page 9) Given extensive coverage by pontoon span which 'has taken
P. ter three weeks of diving -U'.S. newspapers since its flood- away a source of lively income
and cleaning the holes dynam- ing in he Spring Lake Miragoa- -inflated rates charged in re-.
A; ite charges were placed arid de- hie was finally conquered this cent months for ferry services
to'nated, but these failed to re- week wih the completion of the across the lake.
suit in a' lowering of the water Seabees' bridge, expected life 20 On Thursday morning the 40
level. The Navy team spent fur- years, and six miles of "Roman- enlisted men and four officers
.' ther giving time. endevouring to like" approach roads. During-the of the Seabees came to Port au
find outlet holes blit finally gave next 12 months, as the floodwat- Prince for the first time alth-
,"ilt up-when additional holes fail- ers slowly rcede, the pontoon ough they have been in Haiti for
ed. tb appear. bridge will gradually settle down almost a month. On Thursday
Hafi's, U.S. Naval Mission to. rest finally on top of its pre- evening Minister Daumec tehd-'
theni cgntaoted Navy officials in dedbssor which still stands un- ered a reception at Cabane Chou-
the U.'S. which restilted it a damaged. but well underwater. coune in honor of Commander
September .investigation of Lpke While Haitian authorities and C. F. Krickenberger and the of-
..Miragoaie. by; Cagtain McFar- Miragoane passing Camions ,and ficers and men of the Amphibi-
'-.lane,: C.ivil" Engineering officer Camionettes are highly -grateful out Construction Battalion No.
.;o .the .Atlantic Fleet. of the U.S. Navy's aid and con- 2. The Haitian Government is to
struction oL a formidable bridge decorate Commander Krickenb-'
T: Captain McFarlane -reported to the local inhabitants of the area erger at a later date/, as yet to
'_ the:. International Cooperation are not quite as keen over the be announced.
"'Administration and athe: Navy
oDelrtmpvt in Washingto'n who
doe his reco mendaions, DISCOVER THE FASCINATION
m.-a.iing funds available,, totalling F
40 by the former depart- OF HAITI
ihent. or quick, naval support to .
ts co c ete. ou Through Its Postage Stamps
..oFo'ree..commanded' by Vice-Ad-
'imr.a Ge rge c. Towner, uSN, For complete information in Haiti
i;then shifted into..high gear for .
goped aiort "Help Haiti." tamps and other ,details which will be
W.nsday' ..October 26. the
S' :USSG'raham Caonty,. jan LST .
Wt.'Th: Spiit of '76"l painted turnished you free of charge, write to
o n.iehr bo6ws, leached near Mi-
rag e and opening her mssi- P.O.' Bo 723 PORT-AU-PRINCE
-0've'bow ;bors, disgorged a load' .. .. _
.b' I tien ~,ipzers'. 'trucks, .jeeps, '
'&'ppwer shbVels .d 100 pJo-ntoons
f6ir dt.idge t6 a s a .fie -flooded
Lak7 lose t1 sections had
now .ohed as one, flooding %val-
uable arrable land in the' pro-
CPSS
"r Disembarking entirely self-con.
',tainpd, wiith tents' and all food
?and necessary gear, the Seabees
of the Amphibious, Construction
'.aleota No, 2,:: bjiguacqd 4lght
r i te lake sid Te and setting7
tbemi e qes.a 30.day limit, com-
.KM DiPenceR a 12 hour-a-day seven
Says a weejk schedule to erect'
he 100 foot, pontoon bridge and
six miles of allied highway each
Side of the lake.
'i addition tq building the brid-
J' ge andrdiworksldn the ,ebrd, If you're looking for office furniture that really expresses your
ge and road works the Seabees
diving team recovered a pump- individuality, then take a ,few moments to call or visit, your MA.
i ring overwhelmed by flood wat- RABOU dealer.
els. They bought up twol 15 ton Beautifully designed desks in striking blonde, distinctive dark
~ ,urits and several lesser items walnut, woodgrain or traditional plain gray; also available modern,
f vital achiery. dramatic tire-tone arrangements.
Total 'cost for bridge and ap-AR SIZES 30 x 60 tops
proach roads was $140,000. If any
of thslsum remains in hand it I-:EASONABLE PRICES
:will be uptiled to cbnstruct and. No. 5004 -- $ 89.95
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Sunday November 27th, 1960 "* A I SUN" PAGE 1

Tele-Haiti's XMas Anniversary Minister Of Justice Writes Attorney

GRAND TRIP TO RIO FOR TV RAFFLE WINNER A letter addressed by the Mi- of its good faith and its will to
Haiti's bustling Tele-Haiti TV set. It is this number that will competition and who are pur- ister of Justicey Gene ra thcois, ork untiredly towards the bet-ian
Channel 5 will celebrate its first placed in an urn, together with chasing their sets on time- week states: people will neverorne y allow faithlessia
anniversary December 25 with other competition entrants, for payment, must have all pay- nfome d of the spirit of ds- d lawlevess politicians whosess
;a grand raffle drawing., Top the drawing of the winning tick- ments up to date at the time ciphne and of bigaage of which cound lawlestis are notorious, h
prize. winner will receive two els of the draw for the raffle. ciplme and brigandage of which communistic ties are notorious,
prize. winner will receive two ets.. of the draw for the raffle. certain students of our faculties to use youth as instruments of
:return tickets from Port au Piin- 2.-All applicants must set 4.-No employees of Tele-Haiti have been guilty, this spirit their wrong doings and turp of
Ucc to .Rio. forth their christian and surna- or .Pan American World Air-ae been gulty his spr rong dongs ur
TFi- to -tickets for the the least effect of which has udes.
T-e two tickets for the trip mes together with their address ways are permitted to partici- teen to perturb public order ad -
!to Rio are valued: at $1,582 and of residence. pate in the Tele'Haiti anniver- create an atmosphere of i ecu- TO SELL
-in ,d;on to this TENASA of- 3.-Those clients entering the sary Xmas raffle. American departing, Excellent
Hotes inRioplus $200 m spend- ing you to take all measures oortunity to bu household
,iiHo in uso $200 in snend- decorations, suitable, for Christ- _.
ing money afforded you by the law, to ren- decorations, suitable for Christ.
S der powerless and return to rea- mas Gifts; antiques, reprodu'ct
SRnner-upiz twhs agniScet MAJESTIC AN6 MARABOUT son the students, the bad con- nand blown glassare, or-
Westinghouse Telev i s i on set LONG RESIDENCE duct of which shows unmention- ianirnts, etc. 1958 4 door
iJ Cbnditions fo r participation in SITUA PED GN PETIONVILLE SQ JAR able and unpatriotic goals. miles at bargain
The Government, which has alrce. .
-the anniversary raffle are simp- PLEASANT AND COLORFUL ready given incontestable proofs Subtle attractive 2 bed-room
eT, house.
-The raffle" is drawn on Dec ATMOSPHERE h between 1:30 and 12:00
E 25th ad at tim EUROPEAN OR AMERICAN PLAN Apply Maison GREIGER, be..%
ertier 25th arid-a t that time all. STEPHEN BROS e a
entrants for the: r;ffle'must be IF REQUIRED M.V. HAITI TRADER hind Albert ROs residence atA
and possession,of a Westinghouse M. V. HAITI MERCHANT MUSSEAU.
set purchased at. Tele-Haiti AAR PERSONALLY SUPERVISED .----
ween Decerrer 3, 1959 and MAJESTIC AND MALOADING AND UNLOADING OCCASION .
D bemn 24tir, 1960. This. is ALSO OFFER SPECIAL RATES SERVE HAITI AND FLORIDA FOR SALE: -
.the main condition of entry. i* .'.- FOR forthnightly sailings of the On account departure: .-
qirern nts aimi- [Inrt an Prince -Mllaml FORD ZEPHYR 1957
a.perinrm th contest MEUBLES MARABOU (CHAS. DEJEAN & CO) NIIAMI ADDRESS: Excellent condition
'i ade by sending in the ser- WANT COLOR AND CHARACTER Telephone: Highland 51767 Contact Falilus Dulch Lljie
iiaI number of your television IN YOUR OFFICE FURNITURE? FrankUin 9-7228 Pone 2353. / .
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Favorite Recipes Cookb
ISSUED BY DIPLOMATIC WOMEN'S GROUI

"Les recettes exotiqes les ce, and by their friends. All cipes. book are gou
plus appreclees" (favorite redc- these recipes have been tried lights offered in such
pes) is the new, comprehensive and tested and all are firm fav- Pate en Croute by ME
S.cookbook and housewife's .help- orites. of the French Emban
:er placed on the book stalls re- Complete with an ingredients ed Egg and Fish Cas
cently by the Diplomatic Worn- conversion table and written
men's Group of Haiti. both in French and English, the
The recipes contained in the recipe book contains an interna- DR. MELLON'S CUN
-'booklet have been contributed tional gathering -of dishes from AWARD
by the Women of the Diplomatic the world over. STILL NOT COL
-,Corps stationed in Port an Prin- Included in the Favorite Re- AFTER THREE
___...._ .,*_ _- Miss Rose Kahn, he
New Orleans newspa
S" terview Dr. Larry Me
Deschapelles sited
Hospital, stated this
Dr. Mellon is so far
Overdue in collecting
E 0H TE L award.
In 1958 Larry Me
.. EVERY NIGHT IS A awarded the Cunningi
WONDERFUL' by International Hous
NIGHT AT EL RANCHO person most worthy o
THE PLACE TO MEET tion for work done to
I le in a Latin America
A L L Dr. MeUon, now u
OF YOUR FRIENDS holder of the award
years, has been too
Monday Festive Barbeoue And to
make the trip to Ne,
.Rvev Intime for his prize but he
TUESDAY -A Special Floor his intentions of ,tra
Show New Orleans in Jun
SWEDNESDAY -- Feature Eutert- year -which will mal
: ainment years to collection tin
THURSDAY "Night Of Love- CACIOUE IS
lines" Fashion Show "IBO BEA
FRIDAY "Eva & Ernst's" Spe- ONLY 30 MIN
cial Dance Party With "La PROM PORT-AU'-
Petite Jo'" ENTRY (INCOL
'SATURDAY "LW Ronde" Night ROUND-TR
Club With Gala Floor. Show BOAT
TRANSPORT'
SUNDAY Orchestre Coumbite ONLY $.(
And Game Night Children 50
,. Private Dressing
.. White Sand .B
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1 James C. Nelson, American Em- Raymond A. Moyse, Moussaka,
Yo k bassy; Gazpacho Andaluz (cold Mrs Horace Ashton; Yucatan-
soup), Madame Leudde-Neurath, Style Dutch Stuffed Cheese, Se-
P German Embassy; Humita, Se- norita Vasquez Peon, Embassy
nora de Pombo, Argentinian Em- of Mexico and Veal Thonne; Ma-
rmet's de- bassy; Fish with Sweet Potato dame Pace of the Italian Emb-
dishes as; Green S au c e, Mrs Fernandez, assy.
adame Sice Liberian Embassy: Spanish Om-
ssy; Devill- let, Senora :de Rives, Embassy Thefe, and dozens of other
serole, Mrs of Spain; Chicken (Dbro Wett), equally tempting dishes, conmbi-
Madame -Habtemariapn, Ethiopi- ne to make "les recettes exoti-
an Embassy; Beef Steak and ques les plus appreciees" a. high-
NINGHAM Kidney Pie, Mrs Corley Smith, ly desirable kitchen' item. All
Embassy of Great Britain; Ta- proceeds from'n the sale of .the
ECTED male Pie a la Cordova, Mrs Ro- recipe book will go to the aug-
YEARS bert D. Heinl, Jr., U.S. Naval mentation of "funds for the ex-
.re from a ntission; the famed Haitian dish pressed needs of the orphan
per to in- Griots tendered by Madame children of Haiti.
lon of the
Schweitzer
week that
two years
a U.S.
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ham prize
se as the
if recogni-
help peop-
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collecting
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"HAITI SUN"


Sunday November 27th, 1960


r ERMANY'S LONG 'ASSOCIATION
(Continued from page 6)
Myner;trnnagineable for build- maceutical products, tools of all
' g g.'.Moction, Automo6iles, bi- types '- including 90 per cent
;.cyclesand accessories DKW, of Haiti's surgical equipment
YolUSswagen, Mercedes. Benz, 0- and jewelry, ceramics and pot-
pet, NSU and Ford Koln (Ger- tery. 4ccorling to Luedde-Neu-
ian version of the American rath, most of this trade has been
-Ford.) built up 'since Germany started
Also imported here from Ger- exporting to Haiti in 1949.
inany are all types of machine- In reciprocal trade Haiti ex-
ry industrial, agricultural ma- ports to Germany annually, Cof-
I..cjiunes, tefridgerators, kitchen fee, Sisal, Handicrafts and 103
e uijpmetit, chemical and phar- per cent of her Honey. These ex-

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ports total $600,000
-Opening the Cf
tion's Exposition o
5:30pm, German M
de-Neurath thanked
er of Commerce fo
ive and its invitatic
."this is an internal
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Part Haitian becat


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minister Lued-
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tional exposi-
Haitian one.
,se we have


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in future expositions.
"This Exhibit highlights over
100 years of commercial relat-
ions between Germany and Hai-
ti and we are grateful to the
Haitian public who have shown
their liking of German made
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Stales. ,' '
Kurt Luedde-Neurath, a.
tried man, with three children,j
departs Haiti in Mid-December'
for a 'vacation with lis. family
in Getmany and Spain -where
his two daughters attend school.
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mter-the American sun-- masque balls. which take place bion cosi s have not increased.
e--e usiast'.wl- 0 heads this year 'February 27-..March 1. H-otl accommodations," meals
fte.Caiibbean can ;have his: This winter 'these BalL -Jais and sightseeing will- run from.
n eat it,. too: -He can canbe reacheQ in -many cases, $25 to $40 per. person, a day.
e acititi'g holiday or a in.t must 'half the- time it-formn' Guest house' accommodations
sojourn or, he. can enjoy. ":riy took.'.Jet service fnaugurat- In San Juian; Paerto Rico, total
ure-of both, ed last fall -by Pafn 'American 250 rooms.-.This winter they'll ,.
.cha.iof islancid that arcs World Airways and expanded be three. more new places at.
eat- of -Florida to the north :this "year, brings to Americans' which to stay: the 200-room Mi-
i, South Amderica has a doorstep Puerto' Rico, .the.. Do- ramar Charter -House 'and in
trcalendar Tilled-with fiest- ninrcaq Republic, Jamaica, Bri- the -old' picturesque section -.of
+.dspos- events; Buit io ad- tish'Bahamas, and 'Trinidad.. The San Juan, a'"restored Spanish cb-
re' pJenty, t0 oun-" p-roxii ty-.of-,:the-.other islands. lonial marsipn and convent. .
".s n'dy 6hvesie a'& bea i 'to these, points; and. the .frequen- In Jamaica.' -new poshb reso
4I"'- n-ew"" .". .
Sot.sifs a'nd. sailboats cy. of 'ir service. betweezi them, -'Frentimiin's Co'is -. is- epen
".d la away-from-it-all also, makes it ea~to-reac,, ap, ad... yo other hotels .are. sitei
:. :: ': .. -i eacefuP ,retr'eatS i th taribb '- f & winter season, inauud-.,.
i Puerto :ic tartsr- ean,. Haiti%' newest attractiozi.s Ca-
eason: early wi'i'aseJalt Depending on destinatiion- and cique' Island in Porlt aui'Ptince's.
er and' "aInt enatianatl .S. departure. poqit- from. the sun-drenched. Bayrofi'Ponaives;'.
I Tounament, -follow ester seaboard, round trip air -Ten cottages- a. -reairant and
concert*.Ad-ld'ama sea fares to. the islands, range from ibar- are on this ilaud- whibh is-
.atroo saint fiestas,i -and $33 to $3120. Jet surcharges run reached in .less tha .v'' .hour.
elebratio .of the sugar har- tromn $10 to- $30- roiiund 'trip A- from Port "au Prin- and tills
~aea .offers two major-'targain. "buy.- is a 'first class a long- felt tourist need m the [
.tcfioris -- the-Jamaica 3C>day circle trip offered-by, Pan capital sea -'bathing.
Colt-Championship -and, the. Am for $220.50 .which startsi and -
ofl.t e'g Bay: Ocean -ndilsin New .xork.and, takes the ish' arbados, a holiday
Race.dy, Dutch' Cura- Vacationist to. six -of the islands, isle in the European manner,
iq..ts atntual Internation- Suice reaching the Cari6bean is -pns-.two .majoi hotels this wint-
shing alnd trolling con- a mattec.of. 60 minutes (VIa -i. .e-t"One is the.154-room Caribbe-_
stst oveh.whber.-4-5. Yachting o Nassaui) to 5-and-a-halJi.-ourh im tih AshionablHastings dis
l, .iisng,-dA -mo-.0 e .'rk- to -Ja~. ms t i Jh other is Sandy Lane,
CSt .arei.a.Sed' t roughiout i.rst timee visitors -pemr is'n it6he. 380)acre resort'.on. toie ex-
i Bcritish Barbados: hopping, .reports the' :aline- .clusie St. James coast. At Saw-
.largest.of th'.."Vip- U r Accommodations all oVer tho: :Ly.tLane there is a nine hole golf
p holds a two-wieek Caribbean. are fast -aditeasirig, course laid out on different lev-
fia w'hinigdihg, And al]- This- winter there will be more els and boasting no parallel fair-
the. islands .celebrate ihan 30,000 rooms. Despite a -o- ways. ,
.".--- a .fiesta of, floats,. pularity that is luring more than -
p' eecd'.n"errym akers. and half a milioh Americans, vaca aI Trinidad, last of the island
-- ..-. .... ci,a ne, hotel --Farrel Hoio-
A '... "- .. .- ,e. . . s- makes it easier-for tourists
t.. :- ": :" .... -.-".- '.-.. .. '- .* tol se&-Pitch Lake,, aj b tKpornless
S" '. a.. ,.' - ' lie of asphalt that t h -oneh of
.. the wonders of the world; Situa-
e 7/^. t.ed ri nClaxton Bay' Fa'rrel Hou-
'is a fortv-minute drive south
'MENS T 'TS -df Port, of Spain, the capital, and.
a4 30'.minute drive 'from: Pitch
Lake.'
Expansion of facilities is also
I'. HANoKpI&EPs ousting tourisfln in Curacao the'
I'. -,. spot' where.-'touists pause for
againn shopping of the world's
luxiry goods There w as a 22
i: :-y:.:.o ,-AD g . cent increase in -1959 coni-
. paredto 19.5,, in.beh. number of
'sta-over 'irtdrs. ,And, the num-
S 'FABRI ber of Americans spending a
--B. holiday there also went up 17
r cent moT'e Jast year than in
"1958.
'-- "-" i Those who want to 'cruise
'" '. -,- .- <. .imong the smaller islands or
,BLousS take at least a one day-boat trip
"" -. v-'ill find it easy to-'- this wint-"
N er. In French Guadeloupe, whe,
M--.: '"a mall hostelry L'Hotel de Dole
L-- es Bains has opened, the visit-
or- may take the new govern-
ment ship "Delgres" to St:.Mar-
tin, St.-Barthelemy, Marie Ga-
F RE- PCOTT SHVbPINr aENTER lante, iLes Saintes and Martini-
Ss Rue...u: Q que In Martinique they. can
7' l"e nc. hirts E..rade-on order hop a 'Clippne and head north
.onde.liered in'24 our. to Puerto Rico or soith to Tri-
: : .W ship to i t ate s nidad. '
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trips from St. Thomas, a 'half
hour away by boat.- Some trips '
include a jeep trip of the park--'
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lays -only. dullard is can that he is the foreigner once their government, adjust to lo-
he-must be a good will outside the USA, that he must- cal customs, etc and etc.
dor for the .USA every conduct himself like a guest, not "But with the recent rapid in-
while -also enjoying his undertip or overtip, not refer- to crease in travel to Central -and,
rip abroad. the. country's currency, as "fun- Sbuth America, and the Caribb-
irie,'andnewspaper stor- ,ny" money, complain about the eari -lands that' just a decade
vell as special chapters .coffee or the dry martinis, -avoid R.go were off the .beaten path
bopk' ,minud-an Ameri- telling people abroad.-how to run idr U.S. tburists- the' travel ex-
S'" ." '. " ...'"' prts of -Pan American World'
i Airways" believe 'the how-to-act
... advicee needs,further refining4.
time takes o-'a:rdsy. &u .' .You. can -be more sinipat9co if
4 -. .: .,A .si e s
.through the sapphlre crystal ou: follow -ertain siniple rules,
.. ... say these travel advisors. And if
;.f-yopir M ivad? "Firmament .watch -' y aren't simpatico, you'll- get
s tot-changed on fun. The clos-
est translation ofr sir-patico, they
explain, is 'a "charmingly like-
abl e.son."
M" too achieve this status is simp-
le according to specialists -in
these matters. Here's how:
Be a diplomat in using your
camera. Curb: your enthusiasm,
and use gallantry. The grace of
a wpman striding down' a palm-
lined avenue with an enormousi
b basket on' her head may send,
Y-ou into a.'fenzy that you'll miss
the shot. !f you can't shoot from
the hip, approach your ,subject'
with a courtly manner. Explain
`ow much you wvanl ,a souvenir,
picture. Or use 'gdstures if youth
PE ." ; can't explain..If fresh from the,
gleams Withn i raro brilipce "The oval look -, ,hills ydur subject will be pleas-
rgo l;dlgolre ddia ed. If not, "your subject may
onl-y-byt .,.aRdrn-ap .-a-wu 'wiant ic1 be 'paid.
Yo u wi" M "" :
-Mya tffrou a Some times a ,picturesque sub,-.
1 e- r (atbepofrt idlal -in Iauove- jeiict doesn't wvish to be photo-
,'ne -t. gold1"t c graphed. If you -shoot from the
.,. hip and are discovered, be pre-
P ared to run for your life.
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he ancient landmarks,' the-bold,
original architecture,-.the 'femin-
ty of. the women; the hospitality-
of. the people .(which is spontai'-
'otus, once they are sure they
have your respect). And keep
rour opinions 'to yourself, aliblt
things which compare unfavoi-
ably with the- U.S. counterpart.
/lore important .still, avoid' all
politics.
'Even a- passing "acquaintance
vith the history and economics
f the country : you are visiting
i ill iheightern -o'u r traveling
pleasure land 'endear you enor-
mously to its 'people. "While Si-
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uses manoo," shdrt for "her-
mano" (brother).
"You will n6t only be simpalicoc
you will be "simpatiquisimo,"
if you know a few words- of. Spa-
-ish, Frenc.h Portuguese or
Dutch the principal languag-
as of Latin America. And '.it
does not matter how _badly'youu
fracturee these tongues. The fact
you are making an .effort is sin-
cerely appreciated, Latin Ame
ricans -rightly-- c-I a-i m most
Americans expect everyone else
,o know English. 'At. the same
time, don't assume nobody 'un-
derstands English. Feel your
way. .. '
Practice the "abrazo," the em-
braee with which Latin .men ae -
.quaintaices greeLt'each other.
Jut don't be"premature 'in it-
use and never use' the "abrazo'
.nm the -ladies.
Never get ':ipsy ini public.
Lone women travelers should
'.ot go bar-hopping, or -take a.
-stroll alone after dark. And" they'
should -avoid wearing shorts or
slacks except in 'the setting for
which they were designed -re-
sbrts.
Latins are elaborately 'polite.
American. brusqueness is- inter--
preted as rudeness. Soi smile, 'and
go heavy on "please" arid
"thank you."


.freeing much of South Amneri4, .
bear in mind that each county J
hap its own story and a.M
quota of patriots. Knowing the. '
name .o just..one ..of the. .-ost
outstanding is-a- sure guarantee.
qf becoming simpatico: -.
I, .n the Caribbean' cduntried,.'
,which. Pan Am jets put -,on the'
Sdoorstep of the USA, you..'canu
call yourself an American. ;Put
when you .visit Central or South
America, switch to North Ame-
r i c a n ("norteamericano)'oib62
cause the'e people are also Am-
ericans .Geitral. and" Soutik-, to
be specific. .
.- ..You can count pn "go6d old.
"American coffee'' and dry3 ar-
.tihis the way you get them, .At
home in most of the. top C'ib-.
bean resorts. Elsewhere yli.re-.
better dff-taking: a couple q ftjars"
of Jnstanit coffee.. OtfhmvFseOs u -'
Ilgt a frqng brew served iblack..,
or with hot milk or canned'milk .
-'t"or the di-y martini onjy bee.
ind' there will it turn up to your.
liking: So whliy nrot be adveltur-.,
ous and try the local) potion
You go to'the fascinating lands'
'of Latin AmmeHica. to relax and
-being relaxed :is,,P big parL,..
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IN HAITI THIS WEEK
(CoRninued from page .2)
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iEngineer Everett Schrewsbury, Manager of the Compagnhr
-cji que_ was back -.here this week. He. just completed a thiet'
visit, in the.,United States.
lEngineer Allan-A. Miller, who completed this year a fifty yeaw
ace at the Compagnie Elcctrique has arrived from a threr
vacation in New -York with ivife Adrienne.
idward.'F.. Gray, International Representative of the Auto
4k.s Union in New York and his charming wife Lois stopped
fje Hotel .Oloffson .this W.eek. Lois is in charge of Extension
: School Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University
New York Department). Lois came with her -husband frdm Jam-
Bpia where she was traveling with a group of 75 Union Leaders
N study Social and Economic conditions and changes. She recently
ssel her exams for Ph. D. in Economics. She is writing her
es on.,the Puerto Rican migration'and its impact on the New
brk.Labor market. .
i..erard Manuel has greeted this. week Mr. Henry Hyman in
frt-Export in Jacksonville. Fla. .- -
_l'Mr'.. Cesar La- Cruz, a Cuban representative for Coca Cola in
ngston arrived here this week and was greeted by Diek Forgham.
ger o( the Brasserie ',a Couronne in Port au Prinde.,
sister Anne- Marie. of the .St Margaret Cohverit -in- -Port, au
ibe is back this week from a three week trip in the. U.S. She
,e back with lots of gifts for the kids of the Episcopalian
oq she is in charge of. "
k .4iss Evelyn F.- Thomas. a medical -librarian from West Palms
achr Fla. iq. currently guest at the Villa. Creole.
A group of. 74-Haitian workers flew t- Freeport, Grand Baha-,
-Friday. They will Work in the Green -Cove Farms.
lkhilppe Megevand; a French Hotel Keeper in Jamaica arrived
e. thisweek with his' beautiful American wife Katie, for a three
y respite at the'Ibo 1 L'ele Hotel. Philippe is 'the ,Owner of the
V..R SANDS. Hotel in, Duacans, Jamaica, a. wonderful re ort
-Dbn a' ,bea&c Silyer.SaTill was (he .pla e, H.M Elizabeth' I
U,1.e. Prince Phil, restd -whe. '.hev -tere making. -their, tour



`?-1Wi pAegptm'an,' a, Hotel, Owner .'from Miami Beach and his
-i ..g6oyce are citrrent guests at the Hotel El Rancho.
pReEaIt6r..Henry Anster from-.'Bonita Springs, Fla and wile,
e.at alw ititi g ,tfii-wek. and stop at. the Splendid Hotel,
'urrel... Mjepj'a ,Bgawer,.. frim St- Louis;Mo.,'and ,wife. Arline
e'- uipeziso.i .re .tayig- tlr6"e, days..at the:-Montana- Hotel
| n. tkAMi iwotig.iwith'. Mrs- Virginia, M' Si-hgwein- of the
,Southwestern Bell Richard Palmer. and wife Norma front Newv.
SP:ersey are staying-five days at the .Sans Souci.
-Mr Gerard -Gebara greeted Friday" beautiful Spanish actress'
a ta i Montiel (Maria' Abab) traveling along with impressario
rrera Gonzalez and. a itrty of fifteen artists, they are guests
at the- Ibo Lee Htbrel.

--Joq n Hand of the Katherine Dunham party in Haiti greeted
i e1 en .riday'afternoon lovely German Secretary Miss Anna Mail
kWiais here for three- weeks.


"HA T SON"


-Mrs Jacgues Vadon well known.
here as .former Francoise,.de la
Place '.brought here rsday a
party of seventeen Puerto Rican
Students of the Allaince Fran-
cai-e in Puerto Rico. They are
all adults who are learning
French in the Alliance Francai-
se. -Mrs Vadon is "also accom
panied by husband Jacques Va-
don an Importer of French pro-
ducts in Puerto Rico. The party
received here by Heraux is stay-
ing thre-edays at the Montana
It ncludeis Dr. Carmen Berio, n
pediartician, Mr and Mrs Celes-
tih Morales, Mr and Mrs Gre-
goire Manatou and children Mr
and Mrs Rafael Manatou, and
"las bonitas" Rae Marquez, .Ray-
da Maldonado, Laeticia Pastra-
na, Josefina del Llano, Nelly La.-
fontaine, Angelina Cordova, Ce-
lia,Vasquez, Carol Ryder, Doris
Baez and Geraldine Suarez.
They- are keen exponents of the
Haitian meringue.

-Mayor Jean Deeb has enter-
tained Friday at the Montana
a -party including beautiful act-
ress Teresa Saramd from Nei,
.York, Annette Degensheih, Jim
TReddle frdm kansas City, Mo,
brother Elias Deeb, David Ta-
l.amas of the Canape Vert Shop.
-Dorothea Audrey 'Flaherty an
'Editor from Reading, Mass and
Miss. Helen P.. Sousa an Office
Manager from Somer-ille,- Mass
arrived here Saturday for a two
day sojodrn at-the Ibo ,Ile...
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iuhere -Thrsday with his "ravissante femme" Iris. The'charming
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coupllare staying three.days at the Gingerbread Palace. wer
S-ThAnmas M. Ritchie Jr an Investment banker from Verona:" sha
New jersey Stephen V. R. Ulnian, a Lawyer from Hutington Ncv, ics
;dest
Yotrk*t d Joluh H. Beebe, Jr. a Stock Broker from New York City
are voting here this week. They are -guests at the Oloffson. TI
-.4Industrialists Investers Henry Dubbin and A.T. Story arrived imp
.arp this week to meet with. the Government officials. They. vere has
;eited -by Mr. Natan Abramovitz, Honorary Consul of Haiti in Petd
Iael..'Mr. Dubbin, prominiient Financer from 'Miami Beach is'
trAveling with charming wife Dorothy. Colonel. Story is an Invest- maiT
-nient banker from New York. Mf Dubbin and his party arrived shed
.;.here, in his private plane a twin engine beach 18S_piloted by Erine give
"D bis They are guests of tbh Abramovitz in their beautiful Villa coiu
.. .. side
hate
S. visitors went td Cayes Saturday in company with Ministers the
e. e Blyer of the Finances and Clovis Desinor of Commerce ing
d I dusty. the


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)NEY -DISCUSSED
(Continued from page ) '
ene' in favor of Roney, ask-
tor his immediate release.
Government. promised that
would be clement in favor of
ey. But under the influence
professio'tpl agitators, -Haitidn
Foreign, those students, -who
m closely collaborating with
ign leftist movements decid-
without any kind of rnan-
L, an unlimited strike rein-
ed by menaces against the
egues of the capital.

onfhonted with that embull-
atmosphere created by word
orders eminating from out-
- as the government has ir-
table proof of, it has been
ded to advance the date of.
as vacations so as to app-
e the minds of the students
have them think over the
ve dangers to which they
e being brought to by some
neless adventurers of polit-
whose dream would be to
troy constitutional order.

he communist flag bearing in
rint the hamrfier and sickle
beer hoisted at the' Lycee
ion'.

he Government, desirous to
ntain national peace establi-
d after such great sacrifices,
es the guarantee that the
entry will Te maintained out-
e of the wave of. wrath anid
e that is sweeping through
Amierican continent, \menac-
the stability of families and
very basis of civilization.


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(Continued from page 1)
are under the direct inspiration
ofP thop of Port au
.Prince ^ $ i* : :- - ,
'Qu es. (2) It 'ias been reported
'in official circles that there are
"foreign agitators in Haiti. Could
the. minister sayf.rdin'w h i c h
countries t.Ne foreign agitators
:came? '
Answer: -uring the past two
t'ears'.a large number o? agitat-
ors. have circulated thie Latin
0,Arzierican republics for the pur-
:'pose of creating subversive mo
. veinents and- to implant foreign
ideologies to this continent. It.
is. not possible for the moment
to give names -or. nationalities
.of .thesk agents but we might
..,ippint out that: this has produced
'a;, communist 'Inspired. uprising
'iri 4he American. Continent..-
ues. (3): Has ."the expulsion
of the Ardhbishop affected in
any way the Concordat between
Haiti and the "Holy See? -
'..Answer:, 'In no fashion. -The]
LMJHaitiah Government. has not on-
.7,:ly to maintain the terms of the
Concordat that ties it to the Va-
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tican, but, besides,-we.have the Ques. (6):. The President in Answer: All those interested
most cordial relations with the his talk before the manifestation in political life of the Continent
:.Church. The conduct of a memb- at thb Palace yesterday said he know that the communist offen-
-er ol-the Clergy can in no way knew who the enemies of the he has been unleashed in Latin
affect these 'relations. administration were and where America..One may see why Hai-
Ques. (4): How many Univer- they were hiding. Can there be ti, facing a most acute econom-
sity and how many College Stud- a further identification of these ic crisis; is a climate which in
ents have been arrested and how enemies of the administration, every way favors -communism,
many are still in.pisob? such as what are.their ideolog- ,and cannot remain outside of
Answer: In prison' actually ies and what plahs they have such a movement. In fact the
there is student Joseph Roney against the administration? number of communist Haitian
and some College (High School) Answer: Ideologies of adversa- agents has considerably increas-
students known for their commu- ries oi the Government are well '6d in the past two'years. It is
nist affiliations. known. Tht*y arb of Communist to be noted that there are agents
inspiration and have in -view a' prepared in Europe; they meet
Ques. (5): It had been stated climate of anarchy .and implant these days on more favorable
that at least one of those arrest- mrnrxist theories in Haiti. ground than-ever before in Latin
.ed, 'a student named Roney, Ques. (7): .Now that the schools *America. .
would be granted clemency. Has have been dismissed and effect- Quea. (9): What were the cir-
;that been delayed because of the rely the student sifike is over, cumstances surrounding the de-
student strike? how much longer is it consider- tention and expulsion of. Arch-
Answer: The Government was 'ed that Martial Law will be ne- bishop Poirier?
disposed to take a clemency cessary? Answer: Mgr. Poirier never
measure in favor.of the impris-, Answer: The" most absolute was detained. A decree of ex-
oned, but the agitators wha calm. reigns in Haiti and the pblsion was taken, against him
worked in close collaboration Martial Law, as it is possible simply' because he had become
with foreign elements and who to see, does not in any way. af- too involved since 1956 -in the
have, more important, the sub- :fect the national.life, it will'be internal affairs o, the. country.
versive aims which hastened to .lifted at the opportune moment. .Ques. (10): Has the. Vatican
decreed order of'strike, thus cldo- Ques. (8): Has there been been asked to replace the Arch-
sing the way to a solution of sudden upsurge of communism bishop and if so has a Haitian
conciliation. W .[! in Haiti? Archbishop been specifically re-
quested?
A,$ O C o9oO o eo 'o.c Answer: No decision has yet
been taken on the'subject.


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POIRIER: DECRF
(Continued front, page 1)
swearing to obey the consti"i
tion and the laws of .the cod
try, due to his absolute .refut
to listen to any conciliatory t9l
the Government. of the Repubi'
using its absolute right to e
sure the interior and exterij
security of thd. State, has takl
against Mgr. Poirier, ofFreid
nationality, an expulsion decme
today. .
The Government. 6f the.Rep
blic, basing itself on the. co
cordat between the Haitian St
te and the Vatican, has alreat
.advised the "Saint-Siege"
that the.'.Archbishop seat can
take care of.

SARITA MONTIEl
(Continued, from page. 1)
Paramount minovie t h e'a te
where she will sing prior
screenings of tfh r e,e .films
which she has starred and' w
acclaim ."Valdencia," "Viol
ter.ra" and "'Carmen de Glre
da."
Sarita. Montiol, made her fli'
appearitd at the Capi$ F
day at.6pm. where a hiige b
net apiroshe .front of he the
tre. retad:'.We'Wicpme to Span
greatest 'singer and ....aqtres :
SARITA, MONTIEL." .

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