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Title:
Haiti sun
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication:
Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00290


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. PORT-AU.PRINCE, HAITI Avenue Marie.Jeanne CITE DU HARSAIS ESTIME Phone 2061 Vol XIV Sunday, December llth, 1960 No.'


$11 Million


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,ditian Army Transfers

.36 Officers Switch Positions
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Thirty-six transers o[ officers of the Forces .Armees d'Hadi
d our d.ary ante of the officers -listed.
6 t .are now effective:


Colonel Jean Rehe Boucicaut,
FAd'H, de son poste de Comdep
Palais National a celui d'Assis-
ta.Mi Lh d -''taEt-M~for Geribral
des KFAd'H.
Colonel Rene Florville, Ad'NH,
de son poste he ComdqpiNrd p
cel. d'Assistant Chef.d'ttat-Ma-
jori'G-2.
Lf-Colonel Max Alexis, FAd'H,
de son poste d'Officier-Ex'e ttif
du'.Grand Quartier General at.e.
lui d'Assistant Chef d'Etat-Maaor
G-1., .
lt-Colonel Roger Tribie, FA-
d'H, .de son poste de Quartier-


Maitre Payeur des FAd'H a ce-
lui de Comdep. Palais National.
Lt-Colonel Lecestre, Prosper,
SAd'H,' de son poste de Comdep.
Artibonite. a celul de Comdep.

.LtCblonel. i.h. Rene J. Leon,
FAd'H, de son poste de Com-
inandant du Service des Trans-
ports a celui de Comdep. .Sudd..
'laj~p oljdoel Honorat, 'FAd'H, -
le-sdfn6poste 'Inrspecteur du De-
partement Militaire de i'Ouest a
celuj. de Comdep. Artiboqite. ,
Major Yves Chamin, Ad'H, de
(Continued on page 2)


Grant For


White House


Meeting

Indicates Continued
Aid
President Dwight Eisenhower
and President-Elect John Ken-
ne'dy emphasized continued aid
and help to the peoples of the
world by the United States du-
ring a While House pro-inaugu-
ral meeting between the present
aimd future leaders of the U.S.
Eisenhower and Kennedy stat-
ed that the U.S. would continue
in its aims of protecting free-
dom, aind trying to help better
world living standards. The fol-
lowing Washington press release
details the first meeting in two
years between the U.S. Presi-
dent and his January successor
John Kenpedy:
continued d on page' 3)


Haitias Working-
In Bahamas
Outside employment for male
Haitians is being offered through
the Bahamas sited Green -Cove
Farms. 75 Haitians flew. to the
Bahamas Friday .fortnight ago
and ,a further. 200 agricultuxal
workers are scheduled to leave
Haiti on December 15.
Green Cove Farms, a 'vast. U.
5. owned and operated vegetable
growing corporation with farms
on many Caribbean Islands, ar1-
ranged t he employment drafts
with the Haitian Government.
Each worker's contract is re-
newable every sk months and
the jobs run from field work
I' rough tractor driving, cooking,
paper work and technical posi-
tions.


Haiti


Provides Support For


Vital Projects

A Grant of 9.45 million dollars in special economic assistance
and 2.96 for technical cooperation funds has been approved for
Haiti, according to a Haitian-Anierican Joint Council press release.
issued Friday.
This was rc-%ealcd following to meet foreign exchange needs,
the completion of talks between current governmental expenses
His Excellency Piesident Dr. (Continued on page 10)
Francois Duvalier, American
Ambassador Robert Newbegin Superior Service Award
and Rollin Atwood, ICA Region- To U.S. Ambassador
al Director for Point IV in Latin Robert Newtbegin, American
America. Ambassador to Haiti, has been
The grant includes 5 million honored with the State Depart-
dollars in budgetary support en- met's Superior Service Award
abling the Haitian Government for his outstanding performance
as contributions to International whilel e Ambassador to Honduras.
Organizations. the ODVA and Sixteen other State Depart-
certain public works. In addition, meant employees received simil-
4.5 million dollars will be for atr citations during ceremonies
to realize budgeted items such in Washington Monday, Dec. 5,
economic development projects, presided over by Secretary ot
*including those under way in the Slate Christian A. Herter and
Artibonite Valley, Pote Cole and Deputy Under Secretary of State
others.. for Adrminrstation Loy W. Hen-


Projects include a century-
w i d e malaria eradication pro-
gram and a network of self-help
rural schools. Another' key un-
dertaking is vegetable production
and processing which will recei-
ve ,an estimated $4-20,000. This
means that large additional
quantities of Polte Cole and Ar-
tibonite Valley vegetables, rated
among the world's finest, can
be grown for local use and ex-
port.
It was noted that 9.5 million
dollars of this aid mondy will
be deposited in the 'Haitian Go-
vernment's New York account,
from which it may be drawn


derson.
A total of 138 employees and
units of the Department of State
were variously commended on
this same occasion.

New Office Hours
For U.S. Embassy
A change in office hours for
the U.S. Embassy here has been
announced by the United States
Information Service. (on Decem-
ber 7.1
The Port au Prince U.S. Em-
bassy kill now be open from 8
am to 12:30am, and then again
from 2:pm to 5:30pm. This ap-
plies AMonday through Friday,
except for holidays.


p gest: Yacht
urist In Haiti
Frank Shaw, -owner of the
black hulled "Flying Cloud" is
the skipper of Haiti's longest re- .
sident yacht. The schooner has ,
been. moored at the Casino Pier
for refitting .since- Mid-October. '.
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With 'everything now trim and. .
ship-shape Frank will be cruis-
:ing off :.on or around the 16th
of the month for Antijga; but he '
has. strict instructions from his .
daaghte, J.6-year-old. .Patricia, ... ...
not to budge till she arrives here
A"of: "-next week friaom NoVa .Scotia to .
our-.operators of the 25,000,.do ;WtL PI..8 -l .mputioa .u a :tld cr4'w complement
nibihIne slt Jp front of the aparatus housed in the'Geodetie urvey A' jack o all traes' boi .
btding. Front left to right they are, e:laAde. bonMud "'e Flying Cloud,. Patricia- -lld Mopre (Mi.) Lerne, a Ne(v pk stockbroker, apn hd we
i h e k j't.a Hoiti with her father in Oc- ,,a ,me out o pose fur the en r. a ,AUB
'ld to s~es "otber bit left shortly afterwards o o a -on./:
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"HAITI SUN"


Sunday December llth, 1960


[In Haiti ThisWeek

AS RECOUNTED.

BY

AUBELI'N JOLICOEUR

-Last Sunday arrived in Port Mr. Monroe (Mike) A. Lerner,
Stockbroker from MERRIL LYNCH, PIERCE, FENNER & SMITH
Incorporated of Seventh Avenue, New York and his beautiful wife
Julia. The Lerners have been recommended here by Larry and
Fran Roth who visit Haiti last Spring. These charming visitors
have shwon a warm interest for the art of the Country. They are
entranced with the splendour of our landscapes and the friend-
liness of the Haitian people. They have brought a painting by
Lazard and a sculpture by Dimanche. They are current guests
at the Hotel Ibo Lele. Mike and Julia will sail back to New York
by a liner of the Panama Line Monday afternoon.
-Honeymooners flocked here this week: Jerry Allan Nagrin,
a merchant from San Francisco and wife Gayle; Richard J.
Lehner, a young lawyer from New Jersey and wife Patricia, guests
at the Montana; Marvin W. Ellin, an Accountant from Brooklyn
-.nd wife June, a buyer, guests at the El Rancho; Harry David
Milman, a law student from Canada and wife Florence. guests
at the Ibo Lele; Harold Rand, a publicist from New York City
and wife Lilian, also guests at the lbo Lele; George Reidlich, an
electrical Engineer from Forest Hills, N.Y. and wife Carole,
guests at the El Rancho where they were taken under the tutor
hiup of Mrs Charles Beily, who will be joined here soon by her
husband, a finance from Wall Street; Jerry Schorr, a market
research analyst from New York City and wife Judith. a teacher,
guests at the El Rancho; Stephen Kreielsheimer, a Sales Repre.
-entative from Dumont. New Jersey and wife Carole. guests at
the Montana; Morton M. Friedman, a Credit Manager and wife
Caryle, guests at the Ibo Lele.

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-Donn B. Schindler and lovely wife Marcia arrived here last
week -in a cruise bn board their 30 feet ofipg yacht EjDDpiERS
GREEN. They are 'from kew York. bonn used to work tor the
General Electric in Havana and his wife Marcia is a model. They
are cruising all through the Caribbean.
-Olga Silvera is back from Europe and the U.S. this week. The
talented Haitian "'Couturiere" just spent two months in .Evrope
visiting her daughter Mireille'at the Brunoy Convent in Paris, and
touring Geneve, Paris, Hamburg and London where she bought
some material for her boutique.
-Dr. E. Archer Dillard has just completed a month's service
ior MEDICO at the Hospital St. Antoine of Jeremie. He joined
ar the Oloffson, Dr. Lavonne Painter- also' with Medico at tile


cular productions. He is also
well knownh:'ahi agtSry brilliant
and writer columnist. He used
to have his column in the New
Yor Journal.
Jane Mathews Rose, well
known as a show girt under the
name of Joyce Mathews, -is a
stunning blonde. They were
made for each other. The heavy
tempests did not take their love
away.
The famed couple took a suite
at the Hotel Ibo Lele.


Hotel uOonson. Billy is now 61. He was. born
-Ron Stpinman, a News Editor for NBC in New York is having from a humble jewish family.
a few days respite in Haiti. He is guest at the Hotel Oloffson. A champion short hand writer,
-Engineer Arthur Drexel from Miami is currently visiting, the he started as a personal Secre-
tary to Bernard Baruch, now
Country. He is also a guest at the Grand Hotel Oloffson. He made ry to Bernard Barch, now
an elder U.S. Stateman, former
his outing in company with Mr and Mrs John Durie. and Ron Adviser to Presidents of the U.
Sieinman. .... S. including Woodrow Wilson, F.
-Hans Meyer, a representative for a group of European.-news- D. Roosevelt and Truman. Billy
papers in Washington, D.C. is visiting here this week. has a brilliant mind'and studied
-Harvey F. Dick, a Steel Tycoon from Portland, Oregon arrived in his youth under Berard Ba-
ruch all about the world of Fi-
here last week-end with distinguished wife Helen. They spent a nance and became a very suc-
few days at the Hotel El Rancho. They were delighted with Haiti, cessful financier and a great
said they. Promotor. He is one of -the
-Lovely blonde Donna Garris from Chicago arrived here Sunday wealthiest men in the United
States. As such he became a
on her second trip to Haiti. Donna who was her elwo years ago States. As such he ecently do-
^ Philanthropist. He recently do-
works for. the Scandinavian Airlines and travels all through Eu- nated a large collection of sculp-
rupe. She came to arrange her wedding.with Jerry Chamier, Wally tures to the State of Israel. He
Talamas reported (and who knows better?) Donna is a guest at is looking for new sculptures
the El Rancho. Jerry Chamier got sick the" secondary of her heretoehlarge Js nationn .to
arrival here and the Talamas brothers aire' tlg care ot the Israel. -
S -- visitorBilly and' Joyce" were guests
smiling visitor. of Mr. Elias Noustas at Le Per-
-Thursday afternoon arrived here world fafned Billy Rose choir Restaurant .last night.
from New York and Mrs Jane Methews Rose from Lausayne, .., i
Switzerland. They have been married and divorced and carried .Japkson Ellis, well known
Pgain and... Billy a celebrated promoter and' a ucesbu finan- Wa i nd- textile designer
with shew-renbmiii ,Maidison Ave
cier, is the owner of Ziegfield Theater. His many theatrical p nu with sh. i -ranifi ,guest at the
auctions include Jumbo. the Atquacade, and many el.er' specta-H". es'" t a t
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Asg dual action in between. I parti-
1a w z n g kint adnd of ute tCheti
val King and rubbery dancing
3i anc at dahe i~aiti~of the spider man in his stringy
siO B Eese dc the little brown bodies of the cosfthes. tsa n ied
c Seems to e 'o the free- girls whirl and bounce in their h dm and
D FER domn or. openness of movement. vivid costumes. It is a generous finger bamboo flute_ with occa-
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ojs~eui ~ wudb llat 1i ban& iThea room vbae s s e pcon
S eoscope co of deliberatences of step as if the elegant pageant of King b ro r
4fame p of Bacouz Haitian dances, songs, and vbo- the. dancers, have been- entranc- Christophe's court and thevitnoultohersatdum
lou .acers,! ne' the' skilled doo drmflfl-la ei ut ed by clattering. drums.' lent and pliallieritual of the tall ta twl patclydgs
diretoolf-M letWi- dslaorteewes At h Least since4ssful is a cemete.. drum and plenty of indivi- yu upr
nei Isawin stack of praise Sahi Juan Hotel'k dub Tropicorb:P-etnme followed by a
from nc wing San Juan, odejtt WintscmayOf .Banda solo dance by a male R. Rouzier New Ambassador To Caracas
Pueto Rico daly nwspapers. 1959 Qgly uninhibited and uns- performer so blatantly sexual
A ihotedged :eeas- the pliiled "Bacol u Dancpers"' pro- that the eshtcqai fhs It was announced in Le Matin he had proved himself as a
coutts.prerme dace group; duce-onerof the most ,colorfully, darice 'is curtailed. this week that the Haitian Gov- sound diplomat, and a capable
the15 'olorfu. ore expres- animeate8 spedtacJe ,s in town., ernment -has asked the Govern- man' at his job.
sionk: leftlfait recitly for, a Tfieir dance tem-pos rainge-frorn h ms xitn ndufr ment of Venezuela to accept the At this moment, the newspaper
thewe .,.t ,be -th6~ ero slo _rindg iegus to, a gettable portion of the show is appointmentt rof Mr Raoul Rou taeheiorncofod
IRa ig h S., an -a pecia raic. prance-away, a convul- a rwn omcutdnezer as, the new Haitian Amibas- relations between Haiti and her
sho Aier Base sieyrhythmic AfGdne -'wihbed h at n i sador to Venezuela. sister Republic of Venezuela
eziv itvates the, perf ormers-, as utwthameren .gue beat. This The daily Le Matin stated that -were prime. "This task needs
inda f2:, ep p.tiatWel .s teudee.emto-iglstlzdanesderif confirmed ,teappointmen of the presence of a career dpo
f~oW1 te' :wuoDjxhers 8N spentbdacrtlybMisWee Mr Rouzier would be "a god mat withalto xeinei


LOOKS- owD t'j~ -JKE hAEisMI~
hi i t -Jhhs, T Ii.- C horeograp h a tii luhstrous a-acoieegn"dance fea- choice". because durig hi9w= atnAeicnafir uha
cor b h eiwi otme -fothsHiir re-urn the nir copyiner appointment in Monrovia held by Mr Rouzier."
berer D e r 3r _e~t tion ar'e by l4iss W Siener, -who 19thi century French -costumes
of te .Island im .and also sbqres the chore as narra- With. peppermndt stripe embel
At am h- uan tor wth orchestra -leader Cha- sen.
f1 the_$r'e date

KIM6LO LOOKS AND WASHES LIKE BAKED ENAMEL
SPaOT CHWCKING
COLOR, ACTION, SEX INA
HAITIAN REVUE
TROPICORO CLUB
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Odette Wiener's troeof1
dancers and missicians from 4
Haiti. Every move they make
.b bigger, every bend lower,
every jump higher (what a plea-
,Nsure to watch dancers in the

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many. During a European tour
in July Astra Willeke-Messer-
lian and her husband and young
son visited with Astra's parents
in Cairo. During her Cairo vi-
sit Astra was requested to give
a series of concerts, at various
German cultural institutions in
the Near East, by the German
Foreign Affairs Department.
. Shortly alter the vacation's
conclusion Frantz Willeke retur-
ned to his post here and on the
3rd of October Astra ,played her
first Near East concert in Cai-
ro. Since then and up to the
28th of November, she gave a
total of 18 concerts, the last one
in Beirut. The tour covered four


willeke accompanied his moth-
er during the entire-Near East
trip, a total of 18,000 miles.
Born in Haiti Ara is fast follow-
ing in his mother's footsteps, ac-
cording to Frantz Willeke, al-
though his musical preferences
seem to differ whenever he
hears a Ra Ra or Meringue
band playing "he goes. crazy
and jumps all around the place."
states his father.

"If he's anything like me"
said Franz Willeke, "then- be
will be more inclined towards
Jazz." But whichever way it
goes Ara Dirk Jurgen is destin-
ed to be a piano player like
his mother.


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rating' in the Airtibonite. area.
-The, newspaper alleged that tele-
graph and telephone .~iires have
been torn' up, causing the isola-
fion of the Capital from .the rest
of the Republic. -
The morning paper announced
Thursday that on Sunday. even-
ing last 4 kilometers of wire (at
a minimum calculation) had
had been torn up in tlie.Artibo-
hnie Department from North
to Northwest between. St. Marc
and Pont Sonde. On Monday,
when the circuits of the South
were severed.-by further .acts of
vandalism, Gressier could not be
contacted all -day. -
"What is going on?" the hews-
paper askes. "We are facing-a
sabotage but what do they want?
It does not seem that they are
trying to disorganize the Haitian
Administration since the dam-
age is such it can be repaired
right away,
"Would it be to discredit the
Telegraphe and Telephone Sr-.
vice? This hypothesis seems to
be right. If this is the ease -then
it is a pity, for this service is
doing its best to rebuild the cbm-
munications system which'h '
been declining for several years.
"Let us hope,Z. con.cl-ded Le
.\latin, "that the .Departmern of
Interior and the Haitian Army-
vill do something about this se-
-ious situation." .

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Popular PisIShtsb
Astra Willeke-Messerlian, the -
celebrated German'Bconcert pia- a ta
nist who'delighted Haiti's mu- IneK H a t For T w o Y eaigt
sic lovers with five concerts ,. ..
last yearr ne to ts countries and 28,000 kilometers Contrary to local ndWspaper formances are scheduled ti were earsate as ws
try yesterday afternoon follow- At the concliTion of the Ner reports Astra Wieke-Messerli- thq Slpring and.A.t-.n of where urh-._e4 to -,...
ang a concert tour of the Nea East tour Astra' Willeke left an will not be giving' -corncerts -lNo less fiamrous itthe. ilelo t4 er p'avtent.. Of. co se ih t
Beirut (on the 1st of Decemb- immediately. She will definitely household heret- i a. ks -ikes p cdto. Haiti..the-
c e on er, for a visit with her hus- be giving concerts during e-her her- mch,, tiavelled "medium grd.. piao made 'Ithb trials
sh a r, A Dr band's parents in Western Ger- two year residence but, no 'per- Grand" ,piano. Manuifactured- in (in 5.'m Alreiady Fratz Wille-
sc admirer, Ara Dirk Jurgen, -.
her two-and-a-half ear old son mny. On Thursday this week Gerany, e pio as made e s ndering wat they e
tra ywsdamt at the a olrpont she departed from. Germany for Sabotage Of by the famed:. German Bluth going td with the,pano when
by her husband Frantz Wleke Haiti via New York and.Miani. Communications? n er iii 1894.-Bought by an .Egyp; Frant tw;- fTlher years of ser-
-Press Relations Officer of the She left Miami Saturday and Power 'Poles And Lines. Ban celebrity the no trael- rice with .....the.erman Legation
German Legation in Port au arved here at 2:30pm with her Being Puoned Down led the lorig ourny to r 'r ire co.Iude .
SPrince. son. .
Le Matin,in a front page ar- '. .. ,. .
In May of this year the Wille- Franti Wlleke proudly des- tide, deplored the destruction in -
kes left Haiti on a four month cribed this week how 2-and-a- -recent weeks of Power poles-and
vacation in their homeland, Ger- hall'-ear-old Ara Dirk Jurgen telegraph wires by vandals op--' ._ -:.,.., .,.











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exci ong~ia Ap n tio prie oflco hogan cru~o tches~
r offered to the tourist who sue- could be presented to the losers.
THE a Hessfullyo navigates an entire
ylini e day street -without falling in a poth- Yours,
,Pub~lis, ,ENo DIED CH ole and breaking at leg. Consolay R.BaJ.






A ego Jltois.Herecivd is h papn EstogxnsinCo
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MEsh ER OF iHE INdge nGnclg rm oay1{atDsae~da
PsT LISHED 1N950 X19AS EUSH ON PLANE SEATS ON HEART DISEASES
Theepditorpd A prominent American medi- Dr. Wilcoxon's most nown.
o sun i cal research specialist and prac- work is in demonstrating the
Ili" E ANB BITaSir,-icioner this Surg e a pater surgical technique of pthe Vagie
le f e It- -Tiiougli the facilities of your for Haitian doctors in al Hysterectomy. In recent years





_Thd.,Ary We ar sory -tut ,WtIr of~fo 1942 to14soritibwnu f oqa edc
eXcellent newspaper could you George M. Wileoxon, his Dedica oga baae r t round the






om peoplet-~o~frp pwonod th watigprcic asbenlmi- t hetrog ter nnopi
v b .1a e -taL rtd d $od please,:enquire. of Pan American ceived his B. S. degree from world lecturing anid demonstrat-
World Airways why it is that Mount Union College, Alliance, Ing the Vaginal Hysterectomy in
lp'16 A,4 eI atbis'end of thei Idl~asidimpossible to book, passage for D. degree from the University KorA and Japan
tSI~have ienen aincnd or out of New York during the of CUScago Medical Schdol, Chi-
e 1i kta month 'of Decembea. cago, Illinois. He received his The paper "Estrogens in Co
ee The Christmas rush, as it is M.S. degree ia Gynecology from ronaryi Heart Disease" deal
for a. aibleitem to gulp atont bite. o dat School in Chicago, elhioie a physician, how many confir-
ea VB yd a'sort a sa least 20 cases where people d 5Dr. Wilcoxon practiced gener- med cases of coronary heart a li-
10 I inHit floighe line of 'thought that siring to visit lHaiti- over Christ- al surgery for seven years. He sease in pre-menropausal women
,044ben' a a as- have been informed by was a FlightSurgeon in the Uni- have you seen in our practice?
Itg ,beFAA, in mid-November in New ted States Air Force in Wforld Does coronary heart disease ex-
York, that "We are sorry but War t46. For ist in women of norm de
we are booked solid and have the past 14 years, his medical nological balance before they go
The -WA dozens of people on the waiting practice has been l ed to the through their menopause?
laatourg field of gynecology. This is the doctor's second vi-
tt ie IIl 0in n eiti aeed ye. One further question: Why is A .Hsit to ceait d
heet Wilth e-y eotl -mkte'tl it that the "most experieficed US OS UR II






-Ticaundre --a ai
shAenea3.oI TicarksinnatorCa(ei airline in the world" seems to US CSTOARD V
lack sufficient transportation ex- Mr P. RT
4ety1Peaaft91 IbatilrAyl) aunl they'd be. 0adalilg peiceaddquttrnpr The U.S. Coast Guarid vessel Y TRANSFERS







erienc addeuthe trnsor I G e nghd tolarnritha fin Port A uReaM e ec1u
theySo ioiers,f don't get the ida tt the to take care of the Christmas CC I arrive n r
tourists larateeruinau Prince Bay yesterday morne- ao g
tM ring and is expected to depart
It is r r nBOILING MAD today. She has a complement of son posted d'Adjoint Prin'cipal de
ceriskWin 8 Odga#m T*ULatty..-An inve tiglation by 1U5SEDSOPNGMI officers and 123 enlisted men. I'Assistant Chef d'Etat-Major G-
tlt where the- ks linger SUGGESTED SHr The USCGC Ingham (cPG-35 3 a celui de ComdepOest.







Thrn dEditords rasors
wndig save sim-ilar MI-- Haiti Sun 'U.S. Coast -Guard Cutter) is a Major max DeeOten, FAd'H, de
'd s Jthe OVe. -Shark for, -Dear r. Editor: ,non-saluting vessel.. son post d'Officier de liaison









m;ux; P.nce ag ci C n eGade Quartier-Gneal-
t a dYour suggestion in last week'seG d
edition for a tourist Shopping ADMdRAL & MRS, BRERETON et la Mission Navale Americaine











thte ettrwak Vondis Gonoilla c
e Mall is an admirable one. I have BACK IN IHATI en Haiti a coln de Comdep. Cen-
TEIHA U FMST ANPNIVE"I II a suggestion to add to your idea tre-
that Tourist Avenue be closed The many friends -of Admiral :Major Charles Turnier, FAd'H,
off to motor traffic. With the and Mrs W. H. Brereson will be de non posteddOffieer atahe
current condition of the city's pleased to learn, that the popu. uBra elIsetr-ee










-Rwei hbs air newbk Whc AdH Cn agi desu 'ofinpiers,'
TEEE-'H 1P lid iridt T netwbr, hidl1streets why not close of all the lar couple will arrive on the SS ral des F~dH&elidOfce
teebaiesli R t4hnives art Tueddaly. next (Dee- city to all traffic and encourage-Ancon of the Panama Line on Executif du Grand Quartier Ge-
e '.)the tourists to participate in an December 13 from New York. neral
Peciple Eike to talk -f. Phumnble beginnhWg"- butt Fort FAdH de son pse d'fcer-
au;Rrizwied's TENA television, Ofhaniel 5, never real-:1. EAutia du Depat. de la Police
1y 9 ibtmble it stmrted with a bang, an enthu-. de Port au Prince a aelui de
si a~ e and. a program mm Vdficy, thact hbaz Com. du Service des Transports,
,,:.-, 1 :, ; 1 I I IFAd'HL
THE HOW LAC THE GO PACE Major a.h. Octave Cayard- F-
4 nef '6b wS ,p ffer .pro)Aems, fbig or lithde, in .Ad'H, de son poste de Com. de
the #love ]fatn newybtWl-at uintn a 3soeme Cie. (Police Port au
ted Its h~tta -bug' bita= awfifty and efficiIItl in a Prince) a celui de Quartier-Mai-
ma er w8 asfnngiy edbalbli-dheld telvilsion Ib rea~s a trPae esEdH
housbhold riequisite. APr9raams Of.aistrall and eIua d'LA deDE son pote d'Inpecteu
tio! value. have been-fo the 0Mnnig a main feat- OUA NGTCU du Dept. Militaire de I'Artibo-
Q re of_ the. daily progrwms Utgether *ith bthe bring' RUL PEET nite et: Comdis. Gonaives; a ce-
of i$z,'p lies to the screen and the, broadc'ast- udeomeNrdOst ;
ngtfaLe ITS YEARLY, CHRISTMAS GALA C0apitaine Frederic Me. Arty,
-1Two shoms feattaing the, famous SIMIDOR CHOIR of 45 voices in -FAd'H, de son poste de Com. de,
a, special holiday program- at _H: 30pm followed' by as spectacular la Compagnie des Pompicirs, F-
6 ake hisop Knt o xedte oeta show with the El Rancho Variety Ballet of 14 dancers. Ad'IH a celui de- Com. de la 30e
Teled Hiti will tes~tixuc to Prosper: and. bring to thts Compagnrie, (Police de Port au-
nation's. Iperpile etutttrle, eduwaaion wnid enltertaintieht Prince).

Capitaine a.h. Monod Philippe,-
-Yanick,- Jean Benjamin and the -acclaimed FAd'H, de son paste de Quartier
AN HA SCHOONER Dance music of Edner Guignard's 14.plme Orcliestra, Maitre du Camp d'Application a
..Reserve your table NOW for Christmas Eve and celul de Com. Ide- la Compagme
(Con tiu 44 frm-,p4,ge 1 two, keen' sailors who. have eYarsEeai presdes IPompiers, F'Ad'H.-
to. attend school, iNovra 4o&bee living in, Haiti, off aid on 'Lt. Franck Rorniain,, FAdWH. de
tia. -Now she is, coming back to' for the past two years and nwAMSIN2,son poste d o.d osDs
crew- With Frank who s4'pefAds, 6a t look around Andidu for trict de Petionville a celui de
nine mot .~fte12 in the:ya uiesopruiis ota A, magnificent and delicious- reveillon willbsrv fo QuartierMItr du C~aW d'Ap-:
'on vitcatiom". -Pri~c wilfls rn hwMdlh nfrteadonal price of $5.00. piaindsFdH
Two passengers, will, sail wI~ith Pat~riciba a~nd ,Flying Cloud butA seilywr ecm wisyua Caffitaine Marcel Cherubin, F7
Flying CodwhnsetksIt uit slkey`that--they'll head 'AdIIH, de son pose de Com. du
''av oP oi uPInce- BtIs way again on: on Ie of. he District, de Hinche a celui d'Of-
[They are .Tn nJean an e sonbhoon~~ber-' Caribean.. eruse S, EL RANCHO(onudonae 0







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PAGE 6 .. "RA PT -4 N .
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Haitian Voodoo Priest Berates, Bar..jr1 og O W hr.. .
,.. .... .., I .k.r "-:Don tplay-with- iss ellow o0 b ala-. .
ANTHROPOLOGIST'S VISIT- STILL CRE A-TyR"-"Teback ra iseady i sho h
::'the 'only-.way, 'o t.wace- / Iab.
In a recent letter to Time.Ma- Time Magazine extended con-' An-ii ." .t- .ol i y ;Io ': -W. a"bfeV.etr isuceIdkotw dt
gazine, under the title "The siderable coverage to Barker's re Ppves 'sf ..EG l'fB"R. .CET I intend.to. I copsi'
. meaning of Dambala," Port de visit here and the following is posT bast*& 'e Port'de PaxHaiti. ,. ". h twele,. great r.elil nd
" Pai. Voodoo priest Legba Elie- the letter and reply that appear- This is- not -tie. Instead S '' '..- Kr J C.et
zer Cadet continues the f u ror ed in a recent issue: lessor Barker'.s jorb,.iui -..H ,.'~ Mr.Jadet. is riht':Ifis' p.ple e'st doo priest iAi ,.
created by the visit to Haiti two The Meaning of Dambala- not especially'.oug '.. are "Ihosfe. geitll Thiae (THE R '
months a go by Anthropologist Sir: Dambala meas. lov" tri ia.te .slUgerior to- onp. .And .tiei i Prfessor Arth
Paul Barker. and justice. Weftha NegIora l. morals ar -no wor6is:: g9 o :Gprha& Stae' "Teache- Cofle
You try to throw ridicule on are able- to 'lw' th wa ti h as e:er come to.6 e .J G Uamn .
Following Mr Barker's visit me and my people. In the -r-


cons i d e r a b I e argumentation tide (about Anthropologist Paul
arose as to the actual area vi- Barker's dealings with Haitians'
sited by the German State Tea- while digging for evidence of
chers College Anthropology Pm- the civilization Columbus des-
lessor and whether his search cribed -'Oct. 10,) you .(Time
had been for gold or for artifacts Magazine) and Professor Paul
from the era described by Chris- Barker depicted my people as
topher Columbus. the worst uncivilized savages.


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Curacao and Caracas connect at
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Twice weekly, Clippers bet-
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Travel time between Miami


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Monday at 6am and Friday' at
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au Prince, Curacao and Caracas
and connect at Port of Spain
with the South American jetlin-
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can jelhners make similar, con- imli Iq the'fianas. These flights,
nections at Caracas and Trinidad- o'de *,weekly in each direction,
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Pan American's flights from and Buenos Aires is only 12 Spain at 3pm to connect with a racas, Curacao, Port au Prince CaFacas, Port of Spain- George-
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A Profitable Melon portantmcrise centers. Both A&..
He and his- felloivpsegr mi and Port Everglades are
-e s l, will produce an estimated handling more cruise traffic this-:
$100,0,0000 in revenue for the season than ever before.
SEASON AHEAD MAY BE. BIGGEST TO DATE steamship lines this year. The New York remains the coun-
profitable melon will be divided try's major cruise port, but the
By RNERBAMBERGER drab'skies to the sun, 'and..rela-.a a.'Wide selectionof staterooms among the regular cruise ojer- Florida ports draw passengers
..(Int The New York. Thpaes) xation~of -exotic ports~in -the West even for December sailings. atr h kn-Atlantic from amogn residents of that
Statistically this could6 be the, Indies,-.-. South America, Africa, A prospect cruise passen- steamsllhip lines. The later have state, from the ranks of Florida
biggest- season in the -long .his- and the, Mediterranean. Some ger, should be prepared to spend scheduled 122 special cruises tracationists anid from the mnid-
ty ,of .winter cruises not only of these, vessels-will sail around about $50 a day fo good accom- this season. western states.
out of New York's port but -also the world. modations. He will be paying Foi the poit of iew o the The new southern and .mid-
'9n~ro the1~ poin of vieanIiw ofrtp the western market has prompted
olat-pf ports in Florid .-and o -n Cruise bo kings 'this year were for air-conditionid comnfo0r t s trans-Atlanlic o per atoa r, 'thewetr makthd ro td
,the' Gulf of Mexco. Between the delayed..a bit by the usual eleo- aboard 'a self-contained resort, growing winter cruise business cruise. operators such as Voore-
st Iart of the. season, in INovemb tion year jitters and the autumn and the price includes not only is a welcome Aevelopment. It IcCormack, Furness and Grace
or, and its conclusion, late. in stock market gyrations. Once his cabin but transportation, food enables ship-owners to employ to schedule calls at the Florida'
march, -about 460 sailings -are 'these ,two situations had settled and., entertainment as well. He their tonnage profitably during ports. In addition, Atlantic Crui-
as~heduled. If fully booked, these down, reservations picked ,up. can, of course, spend more or the winter, when tourist traffic se Line and Caribbean Cruise
ships would d be -carrying ail es- While most of techoice space less than this amount, depend- to and from Europe is slack. Lines have scheduled chartered
t in a t e d 135,000 vacatiohists on the choice cruises is already ing 'upon whether he is in the nre new aspect of the cruise calls in Florida this season. At-
away from- cold weather and: booked, late-comers can still-find, market for a dluxe 'suite or a picture is the emergence of lantic has chartered the Costa
minimum-price berth. Florida's east coast ports as im- Line's Franca C and Blanca C.

Cruise S fluf Well-yCaribbean has chartered
P a I IHome Lines' Hanseatic.
Fro a Ptotlof o r cei Td A a L s A newcomer to Florida waters
seshps allng Ii In Prt u-Piinc Niuw i du~toar-will be the Ariadne, operated
Bay during -the month of Sept- ive Port -at 10am -today and rive out of Miami by Ariadne Cruise
ember, the list ha staggered to an 8am arrival time has been 4 Lines. The vessel, acquired ear-
lier this year from the Hamburrg
a total of 18 for this month, ill- set today for the Jerusalem of You k owle.Ti erfrmteHmu
eluding two ships .due in Port the American Israeli Ship Co. American Line, will sail the Car-
I ibbean.
today. 14*4 The former vessel is scheduled It sa reall ibban
loge a total of 97 ships to de at rmwhs te, eltF Local Sailings
fia'e :eenlised s shedled o tr'ssaiinghou ha bee litedSmt' w en t'sFrom New York, twenty-six
call in-Port with tourists between for 12:05am. tomorrow morning., JOHNNIE. (Continued pago12
noand gay '61.- However it is The following list of cruise-
t at i re ships ships comprises -the passenger W ALKEER
beadd to t6e list of ex- vessels due Port-'au Prince -MR & MRS L. GARVEY
fn`i e next enduring the rest of this month; HOLD COCKTAIL PARTY
Dec. 11 Nieuw Amsterdam, ***.
Hollnd -merca LneOver 200) guests attendedI a
seAo aibean crui- Dec. 11-Jruae m LnJ HN E W n
I ) I J HNN E W A KER dazzling cocktail party sandI but
o peak in Am. Israeli Ship Co., fet supper given by Leo Garvey,
thesi recent Dec. 13--Rotterdam 1Adm inistrative Officer of the
weeks and~the lure of trpic sun Holland America -Line ..EbsyadJ~sGre
PIC ine, U.S. Embassy and vlrsGare
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IY being buffetted by snow and Eastern,* Shipp~ing Corp., day this week.
winter- cold. (conI 'on. 12) DISTRIBUTOR PREETZMAN-AGGERHOLM Cocktails were served on the
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The cool e evening brought
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Sunday !Decemiber 11th, i-f6-O-,.


White House


Pre-Inaugural Meeting


(Continued from page 1) incoming administration."
Washington Dec. 6.-The Unit- President EisenhoWer and Mr
ed States Government will con- Kennedy, who will be sworn in
inue to seek "Peace with "Justice as America's 35th President on
in freedom for all peoples." Jan. 20, discussed foreign and
This pledge was emphasized domestic problems which the
Tuesday in a joint statement is- Kennedy administration will face
sued by President Eisenhower during the next four years.
and President-Elect Jorin Ken- They met for nearly two hours
nedy after their pre-inaugural in Mr Eisenhower's office and
conference to discuss the order- then went to the cabinet room
ly transition of Government where further discussions were
from Republican to Democratic conducted with Secretary of
hands. State Christian Herter, Secretary
"We reaffirm the historic of Defense Thomas S. Gates, Jr.,
American position that this na- and Secretary of Treasury Ro-
tn does not covet the territo,-, bert B. Anderson.


of any people, nor does it seek
to dominate or control any other
nation," the joint statement
said.
"The American people and
heir Government have consist-
ently sought to protect freedom
and have tried to help people
throughout the world better their
standards of living.
"These national objectives wvill
be %igoruously pursued by the


representatives who are working
on the necessary orderly trans-
for of executive responsibility
from one administration to an-
other. The progress to date of
this work has been most satis-
factory."
Mr Eisenhower, Mr Kennedy
and the three Secretaries dis-
cussed, according to the state-
ment, major problems of peace,
security and freedom, "particu-
larly including the American
balance of payments and the po-
sition of the American dollar."


Pointing out that there was White Christmas Ball at
"full understanding that under The Sans Souci Hotel
the constitution, the President of
the United States maintains sole Preparations are well under
jurisdiction until his successor way now to make the WHITE
is inaugurated," the statement CHRISTMAS BALL on DECEM-
added: BER 23rd the most wonderful-I
"The meetings, however, were evening ever.
extremely informative in natu- Sale of tickets has already
re. Thus, we feel that %we were started and reports are, that
able in our discussions to pro- they are selling fast.
vide a better foundation for our THE WHITE ANGLIA CAR
which will be the main attract-
ion of the night, is on display at
the FORD MOTOR COMPANY.
Stop there and have a look at
it, it's a' beauty.
There are going to be other
very important prizes.
Ladies have you started your
Sexciting white dWsses jet? Don't wait too
your exciting long, the dressmakers will be
_a ., very busy soon. -


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on famous sisterships ANCON CRISTOBAL



S3 day


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cruise to


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REDUCED
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10% reduction from one-way
Steamer fares when used with
air transportation in opposite
.direction. Steamer baggage
allowance 250 Ibs.


Leave Port-au-Prince 6 PM
usually on a Monday or
Friday, arrive 8 AM in
midtown Manhattan,
West 24th St., New York.



Modern American-Flagship Serv-
ice and Comfort. All cabins are
outside with private bath. Amid-
ship air conditioned Dining Salon
accommodates all passengers at
one sitting. Open air tiled Swim-
ming Pool. Spacious promenade
deck plus 8,000 sq. ft. of out-
door sports deck. Beautiful
lounges, Cocktail.Bar, movies,
dancing.


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The Eisenhower-Kennedy meet-
ing was their first in more than
two years. It was further unu-
sual because it brought together
the oldest and youngest men to-
occupy the nation's highest of-
fice. Mr. Eisenhower is 70; Ken-
nedy is 43.
/An Honor Guard--of Soldiers,
Sailors,. Marinps, Air.Force and
Coastguardsmen lined the drive-
way on the White House grounds
as Mr Kennedy's Car arrived.-
Mr Eisenhower warmly greeted
his successor on thO steps.
Before beginning their, two-'
-hour talk,. Mr E.isenhower es-
corted Mr Kennedy through a
portion of the White Hoyse,
showing him the dispensary,
kitchens and swimming pool.
After emerging from the White
House, where he spent a total
of three and a half hours, -Mr
Kennedy told newsmen the meet-


Ings -had been


"extremely- help


ful" because discussed were
"problems which, the 'United
States now' faces and will face
in the days to come."'
Kennedy- said the balance-bf-
payments situation, the proposed
suspension of nuclear '.weapons
tests, the --.orth Atlantic Treaty"
Organization and similar .probl-
ems were among those discuss-
ed.-
The President-Elect reported
Mr Eisenhower had told him
that he would "always be- glad
to be of service to his country."
Mr Kennedy said he does not
plan. to attend the 'NATO Minis-
terial meeting Dec. 16-18 in Pa-
ris.

He was to fly to New York
City later Tuesday and remain
there overnight: Mr Kennedy is
scheduled to. confer' Wednesday
with United Nations Secretary-
) General. Dag Hammarskjold.


'1>


By coming to the BALL you
are helping a very worthwhile-
cause, all the profits 'will go to
the LIGUE CONTRE LE CAN-
CER.
Tickets are on sale at the
HOTEL SANS SOUCI or from
the ladies of the CANCER LI-
GUE. Admission $2.50 per per-
son. MIDNIGHT SUPPER $2.50
also. Tickets are limited, get
yours now.


U.S. Elections Results
(Continued from page 2)
"Thus, only 124,583 votes se-
parated the two major candida-
tes. Mr. Kennedy had 49.75 per
cent of the popular vote and Mr
Nixon took 49.56 'per cent.
"Mr Kennedy will be'hia'igu- "-
rated' Januiary 20th, succeeding-":
President Dwight.D. Eisenhower i
who became President in 1952
and who has served two terms.' .


GRANT OF OVER
$11,000,000
(Continued from 'page l;
and the economic development
program.
Commenting on the aid ann-
ountement, an American official
observed "Haitian Technicians
and their American advisers"
have tried to" develop a series
of sound cooperative economic
projects capable of bringing tan-
gible results to Haiti."
SID.


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Sunday December -11th,-1960


"HAITI SUN"


In Haiti This Week
A.-5, -(Condtinuedfrom page )
Dr.' (Ph. D.) Judy Ross. Goldberg announced her. arrival here
with husband, Dr. Ivan Goldberg on. board the Nieuw Amsterdam
December 13. Judy will be on her fourth visit here and Psychiatrist
i'ah on his second.-They spent their hoheymoon in Haiti 20 months
ago and-are now the happy parents of a lovely girl called Bonni.
Judy is one of the best friends of Haiti in the U:S. She has coni-
municated -her love for Haiti- Cherie to a great many.
-Engineers John S. Galvin, Benjaminx F. Svoboda-and Fred
Allan ,Kraemer from Illinois flew, down here this week to continue
their studies for MEISSNER ENGINEERS, commissioned to build
the rbad of the South. They are here for a month.
-Salesman Thomas J. Masotto from Brooklyn and wife Melanie
are honeymooning in Haiti and so are furier Norman Appel and
wife Vera, and Norman Gilman (in records business) and wife
Etta, and Barry Feldman, in garment business and his wife Renee,
all from -Chicago. They are guests at the El Rancho.
-Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kaye from Chicago, Mr and Mrs Sam
Golding from Long Island, New York, and Mr and Mrs Howard
Stark from Nashotah, Wisconsin just spent a few days at the"
Hotel Ibo Lele. They have enjoyed every minute of their -sojourn
in the Magic Island.
-Archeologist Kurt A. Fisher, Consul of Austria in Haiti greeted
here Wednesday. Mr Louis Barcata, Traveling Correspondent of
the Viennese Daily DIE PRESSE. The Austrian Newsman met
with the Iocal Press Wednesday at the Hotel Sans-Souci. He stayed
one day here and will come back in two weeks.
-Beautiful Mary Ann Taylor, of. the -Southern Airways office
in Npw Orleans, L.a- arrived this week with mother Mrs Regina
Tayr..n 3ey stopped at the CastelHaiti. Miss Taylor was forced
to shorten her visit here, because her mother got sick- because
ot ife sImell pox shot- she took before coming here. Miss Taylor
i has'-,libn .a warm interest faor the Haitian art, and the Haitian
menu?'she dances beautifully. --
e are leaving the. country broke but happy" said noted
Archi frdwadt: C. .Basset in taking the plane back to San
FrancmJ ) rgaY.M1Rin^ha .his charming wife- Dbity. d Badsset
is wI. Firm SKIDMORE, OWINGS & MERRILL, .1 Bush
Street i.Frwancisco. The-couple spent four days in Haiti. They
usited Haitien and the Citadel. Dory wished she could stay
longttn. a day in the North. They.were guests at the Hotel
-Olo a .-.
-Kei Frank .an Executive from Miami and his "belle femme"
Eveyn are as guests of -Mr Franck C. Magloire, Publisher of
the e E!;atin Newspe, and Owner of the--MBC Radio and his
wife -Peggy. Evelyn and -Peggy, two Miamian ladies of a striking
beauty.and ex-models have been friends for a longtime. Ken and
Evelyn-are on their second visit here in two months. They lorg-
ing at- th Magloire's gorgeous Chatelet de la Montagne Noire.

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-Tall and lovely blonde Carol Rider has never had it so good.
She arrived- here three weeks ago with the Puerto Rican party of Ia
the Alliance Fraincaise. Her party left -two weks ago and she is B
still at the Hotel Montana. (eo Gonzales,- the Assistant Manager H
of the-Montana has made his voodoo work on her.
dE
-'tigene Schwartz, a sportswear manufacturer and his "ra- v
vissante femme" Gloria, Kepnethf Epstein, in ladies wear business th
and his "charmante femme" Phyllis arrived here this week for a
a few. days at the Hotel El Rancho. Both couples "very sympatico"
are from Queens Village. New York. They are keen exponents k3
of the meringue. t
-Architect'Robert Baussan, General Manager of the Ibo Lele th
greeted last weekend, Advertising man Frank buchner and wife M
Dorothy, Mr Irving Brown Jr. and wife Electa, Frank and Pit la
Brown are Robert's partners. They are currently staying at the ta
Ibo Lele-.
-Young Lawyer Martin Arlook from New York and wife Eleanor la
arrived this week in a honeymoon trip through the Caribbean. fr
They are traveling in company with .awyer Foster Herman and M
wife Florence from Bedford, Mass. They are guests at the El '
,Rancho. a
V
-Mr Herbert N. Scott from California anrved here this week i
with wife Eglantine and lovely daughter NoeLeh Rose Marie. Herb S
ani Eglantine speak French fluently and Noflla is a student of J
Medicine at the University of California. They spent three days "
in Haiti. -
L
-Borris Frank, a Supervisor of the Rosenberg s tele Stations b
in the Caribbean is visiting here he" was greeted by Andre Apaid,
Director of the Tele-Haiti, and his wife Florence.
-Writer Merilynn Hiiton from Los Angeles arrived from New ]
York yesterday. She is traveling along with Harold J. Limpert
President of the Limpert Bros. They are staying two weeks at
the Ibo Lele Hotel.
-Mr Johannes Proksch, First Secretary of the Austrian Em-
bassy in Washington D.C. stopped here this weekend. He was
greeted at the Bowen Field by Mr. Kurt Fisher Consul of Austria
in Port au Prince. Mr. Proksch brought us good news from Karl
and -Inge Lichtenecker. -Karl is in Charge of the Cultural Affairs
for the Austrian Embassy. in Washington, his beautiful wife is
working in the radio program of the Embassy. The Lichteneckers
yisited Haiti more than three years ago.
-"Senorita" Nadia Btesh, .a student from Argentina flew down
here last weekend to spend a few days in Haiti as guest of the
Brgios.
-Ken Berghardt-of the NBC has recommended here Miss Helen
Marmor, of the News room of the NBC in New York. She arrived
Saturday for a few days at the Gingerbread Palace.
-Realtor James Mac Guire from New York arrived here this
week for a few days visit. He joined the party made by the Duries,
Drexel and Steinman.


-Sweet and beautiful Lea Sar-
ande, a French Hostess and
:rownmen Roberts, a British
.ostess for Pan Am in New
ork arrived here late yester-
ay afternoon for a four day
isit. The lovely hostesses fly to
he Countries of Europe. They
re guests at the Marabou.
-From a Super Venturia Loc-
ygeed, a twin-engine plane of
he Jim Walter Corporation
handed here Saturday morning
ie Governor elect of Florida,
,r Cecil Farris Bryant and a
trge party including his Assis-
ant John E. Evans, James W.
falter, President of the Jim
alter Corporation the world's
irgest builder of shell homes,
Yom Tampa, Fla., Raymond A.
Mason, a banker from Jackson-
ille, Fla., John M. Hammer.
n investor from Tampa, J.
Wayne Reitz, an educator, Ray
E. Green, an Employee of the
State of Florida, Wendell N.
arrard, a businessman. Mario
Trejo, of the Chamber of Com-
merce of Tampa, Richard M.
.obo and James M. Gllespy Pu-
blicity Agents.
Governor-elect C e c il Farris
Bryant stayed a few hours in
Port au Prince with his party.
They are making a swing
through Latin America and the
Caribbean.
-Italian Movie Director Lo-
renzo Ricciardi and wife Mirel-
la arrived yesterday in company
with World famed Italian Pro-
ducer Luigi Rovere, scenarist
Fede Arnaud, Cameraman Aldo
Giordani, Registor Salvatore
Rosso to start shooting the pic-
ture Pelle di Mielle (Honey's
skin). They are guests at the
Marabou Hotel.
MEDICAL SUPPLIES
DISTRIBUTED


The Catholic Medical Mission
Board, NYC, through the ser-
ices of Catholic Relief Services.
NCWC and Secours Catholique.
has j ust distributed $20,000
worth of medical supplies to
over 35 dispensaries and hospi-
tals in Haiti.


Wow!


'Bamboche Creole'


ARRIVES AT THE
Hotel Oloffson
MONDAY DEC. 19

OUT OF TOWN DATES:

La Gonave Dec. 1

SIle de la Tortue Dec. 7


Limbe Dec. 10
Hats Gngrbread Paace"and fwued- iu"sierr- the. Grand HOtel eOMttbshow place od


w, 'eccas et i Cari.bean .ttrit He a Cabrit Dec. 17 '

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"HA ITT SUN"


Sunday December 11th, 1960


Winter Cruises


(Continued romrn page 9) season is for continued heavy
ships of twelve major trans-At- bookings. Observers agree that
lanLic lines will sail on special last year's record totals, when
cruises. The lines are Americain 115,000 passengers spent about
Export, Canadian Pacific, Cu- $90,000,000, will be topped.
.nard, French Line, Greek Line, While the Caribbean ports and
Holland-America: Home Lines, the West Indies remain the main
Italian Line, North German area of concentration for the
Lloyd, Norwegian-America, Swe- cruise industry, longer cruises
dish-American and Zim Lines. to the Mediterranean, around'
Home Lines' Italia begins her Africa and around the world are
new weekly run to Nassau on receiving a growing share of
Dec. 23. Other newcomers to the attention from operators and
local cruise schedules are the passengers alike.
French Line's Liberte and Ita-
lian Line's Cristoforo Colombo. Insurance Company
Both ships will make a Christ- Board For 1961
mas-New Year's voyage to the The Association of Insurance
West Indies. American Export's Companies of Haiti elected Mr.
Atlantic makes her cruise debut Jean de Lespinasse as President
with a voyage to the Mediterr- and Mr Rony Chenet, Jr. as Se-
anean by way of the West Indies. cretary for the year '61 at then
Many of the Christmas and annual General Assembly meet-
New Year's cruises are already ing held on Tuesday December
close to being sold out. The out- 7 at the Chamber of Commerce
look for the remainder of thebuiiding.


CRUISE SHIP INFLUX UNDERWAY


(Continued from page 9)
Dec. 17-Bianca C,
Atlantic Line.
Dec. 19-Franca C.
Atlantic Line.
Dec. 21-Yarmouth,
Eastern Shipping Corp.,
Dec. 25-Franca C,
Atlantic Line,
Dec. 29-Maasdam,
Holland America Line,
Dec. 29-Liberte,
French Line,
Dec. 29---Mauretania.
Cunard Line,
Dec.. 29-Nassau,
Incress Nassau Line,


Dec. 30-Jerusalem,
Am. Israeli Ship Co.,
Dec. 30-Gripsholm,
Swedish America Line.
Dec. 30-Victoria,
Incress Line Agency.
Dec. 31-Franca C,
Atlantic Line.
In addition to these vessels
there are the normal Panama
and Grace Line services calling
each week in Port. It is hoped
to realize, with the supplement-
ary flights coming dailb into
Bowen Field per Pan American.
the estimated total of upwards
of 90.000 visitors.


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West Coast cruise" operators,
such as the Matsoq Navigation
Company and Ameri6an Presi-
dent Line; report a growing in-
terest in cruises to Hawaii, "the
Far East, the Antipodes. and the
South Pacific.
COCA COLA RAFFLE DRAW
TAKES PLACE TODAY
Drawing for the 400 dollar
first prize in the COCA COLA
competition sponsored by Bras-
serie de la Couronne, S.A.. takes
place in the Radio Haiti studio
at 11:30 am today.
For weeks now Port au" Prinm
ciens from the youngest to the
oldest have been collecting Co-
ca Cola bottle tops, each one
of which is enscribed with the
name of a Haitian town or city.
As the tops are collected in
sets "swapping" with fellow col-
lectors has been the rage in re-
cent weeks as competitors find
themselves needing only one or
two to complete their carefully
cherished hoards of -bottle tops.
The lucky winner will be able
to) have a real spending spree
buying Coca Cola.


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AIR-CONDITIONED
STRAW-GOODS FACTORY
134, Rue du Centre


PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI-


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PANAMA LINE
The SS ANCON of-the Panama
Line will arrive from New York
at 7:00 am, December 13, 1960.
On board are a total of 122
passengers of which the follow-
ing 41 will disembark at Port
au Prince:
Admiral & Mrs W.. H. Brere-
ton. Mrs Georgette Charleston,
Mr Montasse Charlet, Mrs Loui-
se Chevalier, Mrs Lina Delille,
Miss Marie A. Desir, Mrs 'Luce
Duvalsaint, Mr Idorcin Estime,
Mrs Erzuhe Fleury, Mrs Cleo-
cia Gaspard, Mrs Mina Grill,
Mrs Herard Herard, Mrs Wilda
Jn-Baptiste, M i s s Jacqueline
Jean-Joseph, Miss Marie M.
Joassaint, Mrs Yolanda Landin,
Mrs Jeanne Logan, AMiss Eliza-
beth Logan (13Yrs.), Mrs Fre-
nande Maurice, Mrs Odette Me-
nard, Mr Kleber Mercier, Mr.
Louis Michaud, Mrs Don Mohr,
Mrs Fernande Paul, Mrs & Mrs
Victor J. Pe n, Mr & Mrs
eon Pina r "ss...Gislaine
Pierre, Mr- -",osemond,
Mr & Mrs Saelts, 'Miss
Therese S i ,s. s rrs Euge-
nie Sanmpe Or seph Seve-
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21 months
lien, Miss
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el c i nIle a t o i g T w r s oAt show -folostheaconclusion strng following inHaiti- thoug,
each Sunday and dancing to the stage were a Cuban dance com_.
C S'O -It'is scheduled that four- or aidess of- beauties each Sunday music of -Haiti's largest orchest bination and Herby Widmaier
live morecotitestaits remain. to night from 9pm -to 10: 300m and ra,the 16 piece "Luxony Orch- and the "Starlettes."
Sbe presented tothe judging pan-, the popularity 61 the contestants estra" under the baton of Michel "Luxony" night club will op-
ch~l Stunday evening. for"the el: and- tentative plans have been and the applause given them is Desgrottes, continues until 3:30 rate throughout the tourist sea-
t. two, months hundreds., of .laid -this week. for, the final se- -utilized to a certain extent by a.m. sor and plans are underway to
Prt du, Princiens have _gathered et~tion of-Miss; Hai ,ti at the 'Inter- the judges. -Contestanlts for -the present a genuine Haitian folk-
the Hotel Bea Rivae's.''Lu- national _Casino -in' a, fortnight's title were supposed to have 'en- Herby Widmaier, well-known lore show each evening that the
ony Night: Club"- todaflaird a2time. ,(The Casi in a:recon- termed from -the other 'cities of musician and singer, attends to c ubop en s. The supersonic
coes I sion of yung Hal t i an, ditioed state, i's -due to open the Republicincluding Cap Hai- the smooth functioningof the sounding Luxony Orchestra is
beauties competing for'the "M~iss this Weekend,).). tien and.Aux Ca'Yes, but to date night club and on Saturday constantly working on new nu-i
'itir71961 title..- Large audiences -have been di- all entrants have been from the nights conducts the hour long bers and has promised to keep
tending -the Luxony for the par- Capital,-city and its suburbs, broadcast of direct music piped all feet dancing on'Harry S. Tru-
'odate, nine young ladies have from' the Club over telephone man Boulevard till thee wec
een introduced the aienc wires to Radio Haiti. This ses- hours of the morning.
ndselectionpanelof4and with sion runs from 9:30pm to 10:30
inthe -neWc fortnight it is exKpect- Pro.ST AE
.Ithat the final selection of Approximately 450 people cain STORAGE
tebediuty''to represent H~aiti at 4 DI C VE T1 F S I ATIO be seated at the "Liiony," Port
sample place to sell or rent on
1961 Sugar Cane Queen of au Prince's latest addition to the
the. ni road to military city, next air-
World contest will, takepla- night club circuit, and a- maxi-
mum crowd has ttede port, close Hasco also one of
rday and Shiday evenhingshiows the best houses in St. Marc to.
The tl since inauguration of -the club seland storageplaces to rent.
Those~T ro todslyterp aY u h Its 'Postage. Stamp ts months n augo.aOn Sa thecu
the public from the suspend- months ago. On Saturday Apply Mr. Reinbold, opposite
ed di~as ,over- the Beau RIvage ,evening a two dollar- entrance rt.
ood-lit, pool to date 'are: aie or complete- information in Haiti flee 1,, dollar towards drinks military______
Mrthe Alvar-ez, Imm iaceulIa etc.,) is made and.. a one dollar
r I e s, Marlene -Brantome; -charge is made on Sunday even- WANTED TO RENT
1ooe E u Del- m S 'and, other details. which, will be ings for the beauty parades and Furnished house three or
is, (Miss' Beau Rivage,) (bla- dancing. two bedrooms no children -
s- Domopd (Miss iih charge, write tI Last night the Luxony featured prefer Bourdon or Petionville -
rlene Niolas, Jacqueline Mo-he Pueto Rican singing trio late December to early April -
aille, (Miss Qloffson,) 1icheli- "San Juan" an all-male voc- ,-write Dow Patlama P.O. Box
Pe eu ette Ricot. P.O.Box 723- PORT-AU-PRINCE alizing group that has achieved 337, Port aun Prince.

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U.S. COURSE FOR THREE HAITIAN
ARMY OFFICERS


On Friday December 15, three
officers of the Haitian Army will
depart for a training course in
the United States at the prin-
ciple base of the U.S. Marines
at Quantico, Virginia.
- The officers are Raoul Remy
of the Presidential Guard, Cla-
rel Clermont of the, General
Headquarters Staff, Haitian Ar-


my and Lucien Alerte, Military
Department of Casernes Dessa-
lines.
A specialist course of 10 months
duration will 'be undertaken by
the three Haitian officers. Thi-
course is of a specialist categ-
ory and known as "Basic School
Infantry."


HOTEL

-EVERY NIGHT IS A
WONDERFUL
NIGHT AT EL RANCHO
THE PLACE TO MEET
ALL
SOF YOUR FRIENDS
Monday Festive Barbecue And
Revue Intime
TUESDAY--A S special Floor
Show
WEDNESDAY Feature Entert-
ainment
THURSDAY "Night Of Love-
liness" Fashion Show
FRIDAY-- "Eva & Ernst's". Spe-
cial Dance Party With 'La
Petite Jo" .
SATURDAY "La Ronde" Night
Club With Gala Floor Show
SUNDAY Orchestre Coumbite
And Game Night




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Llavachek Passes TRAVEL AGENTS FLYI AN .M
Through Oin TO IAITI AND- DOOMINXCA REPUBLIC
Way Home '
New Yoric Times correspond- Ttventy-three, Toronto travel 'They Pan'Am 6 to daddyd Tru-,
ent-photographer Johh Liavach- agents are flying Pa, AArieran' jillo today aad- villa be guests
ek made an .overnight -stay in World Airways from"-New York at El Enmbajador.Hotel until-De.
Port au Prince Tuesday on -his 0'o Port ad Prince -and .Ciudad cember,.13,r when They e'urn-t
way back to -the U.S.J from Ca:- Trujillo on aF trip de gned to, Tordr iti ..
rqcas, Venzuela. A -Latin. Ame- promote totilism t6 Haiti afid .he ..TI groupp will risit.. acea o
rica coverer lor several years, Domiilcan Republic. interest in both countries.jatherj
Llavachek is constantly on the The group arrived i .Pqrt. au. ing proinobon'irtornitigi ail
mpve and -makes his homing Prince December.: 8 and. were acquainting -themselIvs .with the
headquarters with wife and fa- guest& 'at trie- El Rancho i-Ftel many .. attractions available 'i r
mily in Jamaica. during t hree-day visit to. Haiti. tourists. "" .
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7' A No mechanical problems have
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AW tgdap t. A.vaued : with the m iern movie photographes. This gives a far worth. The machine takes ap- chines to date with the excep-
ar.. $5,0oq, now operattlng at xet*aof today theSwss de better angle view than would be approximately eight hours to cor ion of "a little dust" i n the
tli'b dead Surve, budiltg4 Wild aping mentis t obtained utilizing a stereoscope pletely transform one picture to electronic computer. The only
ary d. opery tedwithwide ange lense. Its the mapping table. A spokesman other mishap encountered has
i Gvernment-the friition -is to 'low: up, pictures To gain full advantage from for the Geodetic Survey stated been when an unwary visitor
cope m aine is. dor"th,. (tken byerial photogr ) to t third dimension, all pot- this wqek that working wit- the has bumped the mapping table
cordi at o tpograph a- size which enables the operat- grapes for the machine are an- compulating machine is, in Hai- putting adjusting equipment out
m4ps.. -,' "- or to call out' the smallest topo- gled by the cameramen flying ti about 100 times faster than of alignment.
Made in.Switzerland arid start- graphical" details .to a- fellow photo operations, e.g., for a pic- plain table mapping. T- he Wild firm of Switzerland
ed on its initial work five days worker ttacipg outlines for what lure over a seven kilometer field Other advantages made possi- makers of the A7 and AS corn-
ago, the.. d AS i the third will entually become. a corn- the cameraman w would snap ble by the Wild AS are that it pulators for topographical maps
suchl-mappi.g. Tonchlue acquired prde ensive section rap of-the about 45 per cent of the required does away with the eie-strain- extends scholarships each year
by Haiti since the Geodetic Sur- Repbli- picture and then take another to ing system using color separa- for personal tours and instrue-
ey commenced mapping work 3Dmovies havenothing on this include the rest other required tion and this latest mapping. ma- on at the firm's factories in
here. Haiti's- Government now piece'of equipment when it co- area. This gives the desired chine also has an advantage over Switzerland. The Geodetic Sur-
possesses ofle 40,000 ..dollar--A7 es..- to .dimensions. The Wild -overlap and angle and much bet- the first AS compulator in that vey is hoping that a scholarship
mapi"ng machinen, ;(known as-a AS is -so constructed that a se- -ter coverage. the operator is able to make his may be extended to Haiti so that
tirst order cow.pulator). and t.wo 1e of prism' gives. an outstand- In man saving hours the Wild adjustments with a swift adjust- the mapping unit would then
Afs classified as second order; ing their& di imepsion to the.aerial. machines more than prove their ing hand gun which does away have a fully experienced em-
-. with wheels that operators must ployee on hand in case of mech-
use on the first machine. anical breakdown of oue of the
Pride and joy of the map wor- machines.
kers at the Geodetic Survey,
i (apart from the rightful pride in The competent Haitian staff
w e -- the finished maps) is the Swiss workg with the A meri ca n
hej, a'. en manufactured Wild A7. This ma- members of the Geodetic Sur-
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0' -n -a h ovation and angle calculations by their knowledge to mhp Haiti
.' se of an electronic computer for a second time. (The Repub-
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1a ous olive green cabinet, the elec- the scale will be larger.) To
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version channels, save water, halt erosion. neatly spaced punch buttons laid takes upwards of nine months
---- aout in easy reach of the mach- and the- operators of the three ,
S line's operator. Bought in early compulators now twist dials,
-,. 1958 the A7*is manufactured by move levers and make difficult l
the Wild Company of Switzer- mathematical calculations with .
... land which ranks in the World's a swift sure ease that gives the
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5 PER CENT ROOM TAX OFF TILL JUNE 1961 N6w Roste Of H-aftis DIilomatic~osts -
-, .- ,. -A -" *- /."% -"i- ..J
The recently enacted law re- protest from hotel operators in tified their agents and represen- It was announced this -week mey.) The. Ambassador for these
quiring all hotels here to pay general who felt that such an natives of their room rates for by the daily news'aperq that. a positions will reside at Porto
a 5 per cent tax rate on each imposition was unjust on the the forthcoming season. laitian Embassy will not be es Novo.
room rented has been postponed' coming season's business which, This would have meant that tablished at either Senegal (Da- The Haitian Armbassador -' t
according to a communique is- after several years of lagging with the enactment of the 5 per kar) or Mali (Bamako). Addis Abeba will also be; acqr:-
sued by the Department of Tour- tburist trade, is now giving pro-' cent tax law there would have dited 'at Acra (Ghana.) Pridotio
ism and the Department of In- mise of considerable improve- been no time to absorb the-said .-The; Dakar post will have a Haitian diplomatic missiohs-, 'p-
dustry last weekend. ment for the first time in sever- tax. 5 per cent tax" deducted secretary who wilL conduct' the ening at Lagos (Nigefia,) 'Ya-
It is expected that the tax will al years. from present rates Would have work of a Charge d'Affaires at ounde (Camero-un,) ame I"(To--
now be applied in June 1961. The Objections arose from hotel meant the difference between Bamako. An Embassy is to be go,) Brazzaville (Congo;) ahd
law, which was to have had im- owners mainly due to the fact making a profit and taking a created at Abidjan (Cote d'rvoi- Conakry (Guinea,) honorary
mediate application, met with that most hotels had already no- loss in many cases. re) and at. Pofto Novo (Daho- consuls will be posted there "












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Respective ministers who can gie in Quito and .has a diploma
: C r^ j l 1heri arrange for- the presenta- In Anthropology from the Uni-
: .'-.tion of each candidate and their versity of Chicago.
SC OLARSHI PS FO .. MEXCO .. necessary' qualifications.
.:.,; ...'.:'"/." -. Professor Buitrpn is of Equa- He has conducted research in
,The. pe Diredtor' of,. RE. nization a dp & ']ie2 gqi2 for, :some of the trial nationality. He. has a di- anthropology in various coun-
FAL,.-roessor,: Ambal. Bidtron, scholarships- eah yeh. ^2..ii. ;s<.'..iu ajidA while here will ploma froni the College Normal tries of the Americas, has writ-
is edlIedj 6 arrive heretoy df, :atatticuaro, .Mxci, to te lke further selections from Juan Montalvo, Quito, where he ten a number of books and a
on a spciaeinission, During-his coutries. of -. tin Am Haitian candidates. obtained the title of 'Professor large number of articles on the
stay.he'--' ,4l' Aslect ,tudet's: fo From 1961 onward .'C AL'i The candidates who will be d'Ecole Normale. He studied economic problems, social and
the ,orthco .ug, apidemic. year woik with a new orientation and 'selected by Professor Buitron history and geography at the cultural and rural population
for -(-C FA schqlarslips- (19- a. new plan of work. for, the scholarships will benefit Institute Superieur de Pedago- problems of Latin America.
62.) Professor. Annibal BWtron has from bursaries offered by UN-
Since 1915 'bie 1CREFAL orga- alreadyy, investigated possible ESCO and the. Organization of
American -.iStates' (OAS.) The
cefntre of CREFAL was founded
in 1951. and is financed by UN- : --
A "ITI" TIi :- -:'' r :. --:,' .E- ESCO, the Tvexican Government,t PT N LE
7 :2L ,_ -..: ..:. -.--.'..the Organization of American I NVILL T TS
States, the United Nations, the ,
SFood and Agriculture Organiza- A
tion, the "International Organiza-
TAT U ;, SaotA ru
ti.on of Work (OIT), and the '
World 'Sanitation Organization;
S .- '-" these last three institutions, as
..:... "-::" c wi U-UNESCO.' have been espe- -Rt I.I100olet: altitude .yel- only 7mmutes ,
:,"T. -;'*E"'p" "p" "C"' '--*,-- -, _cialY- organized by the United om the heart of PORT-AU-PRINdE .

"The mo exquisite iev)s,oerookingq liedity
/'-" The CREFAL organization
A N. .- N.. particularly desires o choose its bye planpa artlye desires o hoooun.s .t
I A -L T.- K.L-TV I'O .N-; !. candidates for the next course
p..: .lIN".D ia3Bro^ I' .EU .:frohn people who have already Delieious donhnenlal dui"ine and uperb
S .BON'NET-B-ICl 'i V lAY ^ .i-' worked in the following fields: Ser idq A r
A II -G'-- L I lD RICE (a) pireqtors, Administrators, Se
SO "-S BY SACKO? 00 POUNDS Inspectors, n1 1
AT lE FOLLOWING PERICES- (b) Personnel. Technique, ersonalized attention lo eery guest' .
et G$10.50 or 52.50 Gdes .(<) Instructors for the- forma-
neBone. GrneiB ".8.59 or 42.50- Gdes. tion of national and local S immil P001 O ih Lundbeon Lourne
_:,o.t ,(, 8. ,. Personnel Administration.
A B.iuep -- 5:80... .9;...-. These three types of scholar- and B PanoramaTerlrOe
Iteotnbf $.30cents r]i.J:,.Gde.. b. lObi ack on ships would further more consi- Air-dond;ioned de-luxe rooms .
an purehase'tuade d ree from the Rice Mill. at DE- deri candidates,.. trained in the -,
sF. ( e. Re )f... .o .. -: .-: fields .of community education,
eoutf'4p cent on,.purehases-o 20 or culture, public health aid
more o _ic~ .:, social service. EEKLY ENTERTAINMENT PROlRAM
TO i BUY G- &VAI IS The scholarships will provide
HAITIAN PRODUCED RICE for study of nine-(9) months du- TUESDA :Inforril Coie tuele- "Danding from
ration and will have as their 7:3om to midonq
TO KUY HAITIAN PIODUCTS IS TO ration and will have as leringue IfTruchon and &dntest
E DIRECTLY IN STABILIZNG a ho s w at 9:30.doual dess.io odmiion 'ee
-THE : ECONOMY OF :Tl--COUNTRY the study of methods of .)EDNE5DA: .denplimentiarm get-togetherPunibovi )
.... .... community development Poar from T7 m to 8p m.
S"-. 'and FRIA al Dinner-Dande from 7:3oP.,n to
(b) scholarships will give ge- 1 :30 a.m. Superb Sliho o" 10: 3o
neral information not yet jo adm'ision fee .
,.. ....... .. ^.^ .. -- covered by the respective fiLL THER T cktil O ou,- 7to9 1h '
fields but to do with com-- t OTHERte dombo .
S. -nity 'development.
';/..... '" _Al:.S As follows, the scholarships -
Y, grantees will learn the value of
..'.. '" close relations which exist bet-
ween them. This is to prepare
them to work together and equip
Them for the integal program WHAT MAKES A WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPENT
e m, ." of community development and
proper specialization when they
T iirh 'flT V XAmyh bave a complete understanding AT THE
; ,.-$.i:, -1 of the basic fields.
The, prbgramne will be divi-
ded into four principle groups:
S .1, ( ::; Foundation principles and
""'"a ':'," the organization and dev-
SDissE. 'a elopment of the commun-

Sb) The nature and functions
". of the elements which ex-
", .;,* t ist in the programme of C
community development.
S(c) Th social sciences and
their application in the de- SO EXCITINGLY DIFFERENT FOUR WORDS,
R'EE i T B^ ... :-'-veloprnent ol .the commu-
CC unty.THE
Si : ; '(d) TheL technics arid the ba-
... J..es-t-eBnceL'.1ir1t,)qle'o.rc : ." ... sic pedagogy and their
:::'or lid did t. -:. application to the develop- FAMOUS' BACOULOU
dy* .&h .'" ... ies ment 'of .the community.
Those people interested in the
scholarships should see 'their VOODOO DANCERS
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Sunday December -11th, o69


CAGE 18 "HAITI SUN"


The following editorial on
Haiti appeared in the New York
Times this week: .
The Trouble6 of Haiti
Wherever one .looks in Latin
America today there are causes
for anxiety. Haiti is no excep-


ti
m
ty


'We Can Gi

ion; in fact, it is one of the are stark an
lost worrisome of all the twen- Here is a
y countries. which are cz


The basic facts of haitian life


uuOu Negroes
the rate of
mile. This is
Lion in Lat
denser than
age per capit
estimated at
means that
nnt. even live


New York Times


They barely subsist.
The United States has bonsilst-
ently tried to' help Haiti arid is
at this moment making a new
effort. President Duvalier was
harshly critical lest summer of
what he considered to be the in-
sufficiency of this aid and he
even hinted that if did not
do more there wag fttsks the
other side of the *wrmflb turn
to. Fortunately, t*-& .resident
did*not carryout eat, but


HAITI.
RECOGNIZES
FL SALVADOR
JUNTA


gleams witn a rare orniance. The Haitian Governmert noti-
Its hardness is surpassed gold 18 figure dial Hia -.
only by that of the diamond, gld ligu dial fled the Junta Civilo-Military of
You will cherish your San Salvador that this country
Movado which offers you a gives the new Junta diplomatic;
precision thrice triumphant Ref. 148. recognition. A cable to this ef-
in three years (at the official minlatur move-
Swiss Observatory at ment gold 18 ct. fect was despatched by Haiti.
NeuchAtelg. .ld a dial December 2.
The Junta replaced the Presi-
dent, Jose Maria Lemus, who,
--^ -on the pressure of the army, re-
LA !signed on October 26 and is now
D' uin exile in the United Statse.
MOVADg7-.
Argentina, Honduras and Spain
were the first to recognize the
San Salvador Junta and the US
ON SALE AT MAISON OR NTA A is now inclined to do the same
ON SALE AT MAISON ORENTALL after being hesitant for a time
on account( of the believed ideo-
AND LITTLE EUROPE logies of three civilian members
of this provisionary Government.


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his country through his .Go;'.rn
merit. '" '
veH lu t MN Our pew. Ambassador 'RoRf
SNewbeglo, has been' malfing"en-
.d almost terrifying. eeism is a. persistent ou raggecomic-aid
tiny- country into. b enon, as it is elsewhere ou Dvelop Lon
crowded some 3,750.- 4tln America. Fund ThGovernm entvlhao eeht
30nd mulattoes at -r. Duvalier .has full powers,- cooperative. There have been 'ndo
the densest popuae his imposed martial law and incidents of violence in the ibst
the densest popul has relied greatly on strong-arm year or so, and only the ehurc h.
ind America, ey e police .methods. All the. same, state conflict threaten. to upset
Indias. The aver-he is the constitutional and duly the calm. Hait r desperately
a annual income is elected President- of Haiti and needs internal, peace'and exter-'
$35 to $50, which the United States has always nal help. We can provide the
most Haitians do felt- it necessary to try to help help if Haitians keep the peace.
on a monen basis.


&-,4


"HAITI SUN"


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Sunday December 11th, 1960 "HAIT T I SUN" PAG 19

U.S. Election Results ShtI Filtering In
The close voting race for the next President of the United counted ballots and the like. 4
Presidency of the United States, States on November 8. BuE a "This was the picture, drawn
contested last months between month later official'rpturns froni from incomplete unofficial re -
Rlchard Nlxon and John Kenne- the 50 States., were .till- ineom- turns across the nation, a month K
dy, aroused a lot of' Interest plete although Senator John after the election: l
throughout the Caribbean and in F.' Kennedy, the Democratic Mr. Kennedy 34,193,027 po-
Haiti. -, .. party's candidate, was the ac- pular votes.
The following Washington ar- knowledged winner. Vice-president Richard M. Ni-
ticle indicates. ju1t lho.Close ,. "Thirty-seven of the 50 States xon 34,068,444 popular votes. F
that race for the 35t' prliden- had certified tlkeir vote as of Other candidates (most of
cy was. Kennedy took 49.7 per Thursday this week (December whose names appeared on bal-
cent of the total .popular votes 8). In the remaining states, the lots in single states only) -
while Nixon took 49.56: official outcome was being held 474,710.
"Voters in record nurnbers up for a variety of reasons, such helps
went to the polls to eledt- the as" recounts, canvasses,' still-un- (Continued on page 10)
? HAITI FIGHT AGAINST EROSION

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FROM PORT-AU-PRINCE -
LEADER IN THE FIELD OF PROGRESS
4 %, 4-DAYS AT SEA combattin erosion with
S All convertible parlor-bedrooms are ;amidshps
4 and outside with private bath.-Large air condi-* C U I S I N E S S O
tioned dining salon. Dancing, outdoor pool and
Shaded beach decks. 8,000 sq. of outdoor sports the new revolutionary stove
S -. decks. Spacious shaded promenade deck, cool loin the fight to preserve Haiti's Riches
lounges, cocktail-bar. More space to roam pe r
-passenger-than on any other ship of comparable CUISINESSO, the remarkable little Esso
size.t m
SPECIAL FIRST CLASS ROUND TIP stove manufactured by HAITI METAL"
\~l STEAMER FARES -1 90 AND $100 plus TAX .
Agk'for new folder of all-expense shore excur- especially for HAITI and already selling in
Ing tours including Cristobal knd Colon on the
v/ s City and Balboa on tlhe Pacific. Sea ocean liners the quick cooking, econo.
"climb" 85 feet up through the mountains via CUISINESSO the quick cooking, econo
mighty locks mof the aama CanaL mical fighter against erosion and a CUISIN-
RUE ABRAHAM LINdLN T- L: 3062 ESSO only costs $1.80.

Buy a CUISINESSO, buy BLUE FLAME
kerosene and help promote and preserve
SSteamship 'Ii H lTI's forests.

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(Continued from page 6) Lt. Gerard Laroche. FAd'H, de
ficier Attache au Bureau de l'Ins- sow'posts. de, Cornp. du Soou-Dis-
pecteur General, au Gd. Quar- trict de V.Mirebalais-a ed"i4. de
tier General. Corn. d' District 'du- Cap4-Maiten
Capt.-..Gerard .Gourgues, FA- (Seme, CompagniieL
d'H. de.sdn poste de Com. du t. Plierred Josdph FAd'H, de
District .de Port'de Paix a celui stonposte, de Cro., du District
de Commandant du District de de Nippes a celui de Corn. du
Ouanamnnthe. District de Pbrt de Paix..
Capt. Pierre Martineau, FA- Lt. Joseph Lemoine, FAd'Hl. de
d'H. de son post de. Chef du son poste de. Com. du Sous-Dis-
ler Bureau au -Grand Quartier trict de la Croix .des Bouquets;a
General a celui de Commrandant celui de Coin. du Sous-District
du District de Belladere. de Petionville.
Capt. Frantz Lominy, FAd'H,
de son poste d'Officier de Servi- LU. Augustih Etienne, FAd'H,
cc au Corps d'Aviation a celui de son poste d'Adjudant du De-
de Commandant du District des partement Militaire du Nord-
Gonaives.. Ouest a celui de Commandant
Capt. a. h. Gerard Kernisan, du District de Nippes.
FAd'H, de son poste d'Officier Lt. Augustin P. M. Faustin,
Attache au Bureau de I'Assis- FAd'H, de son poste de Com.
tant Chef d'Etat-Major General du Sous-District de St. Raphael
a celui de Chef du ler Bureau a celui de-Com. du Sous,-District
au Grand Quartier General. de St. Marc.
Lt. Mercius Riviere, FAd'H, S-Lt. Louis R. Elie, FAd'H, de
de son poste de Commandant du son poste de Com. du Sous-Dis-
Sous-District de St Marc a celui tnct des Gonaives a celui de
de Commandant de I'Ecolc des Com. du Sous-District de St. Ra-
Recrues au Camp d'Application. phael.


a celui de Com. du Sous-District
de la Croix des Bouquets..
S-Lt. Ikeen Chenet, 'FAd'H, de
son .poste O'Officer de Service
au Gd. Quarter General a ce-
lui d'Adjudant du Departement
1Militaire du Sud.
S-Lt. Jean Emm. Marc Noel,
FAd'H, de son poste d'Officieg-
de Service au Bureau de..I'lnten-
dance Generale a celui de Comrn.
du Sous-District de Mirebalais.
S-Lt. .Serge St. Eloi. FAd'H.
de son poste d'Officier de Ser-
vice au District du Cap-Haitien
a celui d'Adjudant du Departe-
ment Militaire du Nord'Quest.
S-Lt. Abel Jerome, FAd'H, de
son poste d'Officier de. ~ryice
au DistricL desf.laiveisp:Me lui
de Cord..tpu o
naives.
S-Lt. Rene Jasmin, FAd'H, de
son poste d'Officier de 'Setrice;
au District de Petit-Goave a ce-
lui de Com. du Sous-District de
Jacnmel.
S-Lt. Prosper Maura, FAd'H,
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*. i bU he Chile t hal'e Affairs
here) and the Rivera's beautiful house guest Ursula Seltmana from
Pontresiqa, Switzerland,. .




NO .. N AIWAN


Lt Jean Kiviere. FAd H, de de son post uOfficier de Sevi- '- r ..
son poste de Com. du District S-Lt Paul L. Lazarre, FAd'H. ce au District de Jeremie a ce- PAI TINGS
de Belladere a celui de Com. du de son poste d'Olficier de $Ser- lui de Corn. du Sous-District de "* '
District de Hinche. vice au Grand Quartier General I'Anse d'Hainault.
By MAX PINCHINAT
,o On Show Now At .

GALERIE PINCHINAT
UNTIL -. .06, oISVERNA

just before you reach the. "PONT MORIN" bridge

fSk Mian i t i A Y, not a picture shop, ed-
'liibitfig o'"her o00 of the most attractive FRAMED
DO YOUR SHOPPING [aiatings. made both in Port -au Prince and Paris by
FAMOUS. HAAIl.,AN I4INTER MAX PINCHINAT
h ow in France.

1O. The artist .UWHO HAS EXHIBITED BOTH HERE
SAND ABROAD for the past 15 years, comes back to
Haiti every five years and for 15 to 18 months renews
AT the contact with his people jand his source of inspira-
A T I r- ." ..
oLITTLE- EUROPE

L L E U R OPE In the GALLERY PINLINAT are grouped
some paintings of the 15 years..tf work by MAX PIN-
S' CHINAT, from 19j45 to 1960. prices -have not been ar-
Free Port Shop bitrarily based on beauty of the painting, but on its

Corner Rue Bonne Foi and Rue du Quai ize, Nst ibie. PARI FASHION W r -MAX PIN-
REq eINAT "nd OTHER' WELL KNOI"'TBSTS. Visl-
tore can consult the paintings pri6e li~.'they wish to.
S"' All the t aidiivers know GALLJY PINCHINAT
HOME OF EXQUISITE GIFTS ND' onydytell yo' GALLERY is
closed. It is not. r'

I*Swiss Watches French Perfumes Precious Stones Pipes The GALLERY PINCHINAT sole represen-
Stative and sales agent of PINCHINAT's paintings, las
Silver & Cristal Silver & Gold jewelry Assorted Liquos -etc4 qxhibited .a few samples only at "Foyer des Arts Plas-
tiqqes';,. "G alrie- trohette"*aand .Galrie' Suisse".
Open from 10 AM to 5 PM, and on ijttment in
.#4C oo. o I. *o so o. ,the 'e aintg. V- ADMISSION FREE. '.


FOR EVERY OCCASION

SHOES


THE WORL


FAMOUSS"


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