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R.nne ') r- v e I0R1 Al.*"- '-yipay, S;ainuary oth n. 1 ,
'.ARS : PELPLE pi MIELL4E cond.- y Seco idatj
Bin ?omiorrvor Unive
.; :. -- .* '. .. a
SPrimar and secondary school
Invitr liand courses at the State UInier
iMonday, January 16th, according
Or VUCo0mIng For
-A -visiting committee if the msC IFr
Newv York World's Fair 19M- Momance River
came to Port au'Prince last
-- -week to develop Haitiai interest
S ... participating in the exposi- A Bailey bridge, is expected to
... tion. arrive here in the near future.
Top rTothdel-atres Heles -l. w illiams and talented actor et J.-Anthony Panuch, chairman, It has been made available from
Coopet (Calvin Lockhart) arrived in Haiti a fortnight ago to com- presented Secretary of State Jo- the U.S. Army surplus supplies
mence their. leading roles Wi the film Pelle I. Mielle being shot seph Baguidy with an official in- through the United States Over-
here. The flin is under the production of Luigi Rovere and is citation to participate in the Fair seas Mission (U, 01WV).
directed by Loreno- iRicdairdi. Helen. Williams '.on her title role on Wednesday. Noting, the fair's -
wie.. L r theinme' "Peace Through Under- It is expected that the bridge
moer .0 other beautiful girls while.'Lockhart was selected from two standing",Mr. Panuch said the will be Ianded at Leogane and
tbousaiddappl .pt 'exieosition..will offer Haiti-a uni- will 'be e dcti as a span over
"- -. .... -- .'.:^ 4,, ,.. .4" .. ....P ppoduuty.. .. ..4 jver. as .repla
culture, dancing, and i ,e i Bemn -to the' aiiiet brid
Known to other nations. He epti.- which collapsed -rently.
PANAMA LINE Out But N mats that 70 mon persons
would view the fair in two years. The destruction of the old Mo-
Other members of the commit- mance river bridge forced .all
W without Fight tee included William J. Don&- traffic to ford the river. The
:, e former newspaper reporter. Bailey bridge is one of the hun-
S and now head .of a public reia- reds of famed -steel .bridges
*' tions firm; Arthur C. Ford New which, were speedily erected -du-
.]ROM THE NEW, YORK& JOUR NAL OF COMMERCE York's Water Commissioner and ring the Second World War to
Washington Bureau longtime., public servant;: Hardy keep communications and trans-
(Continued on page 20) port lines open.
Washington: The Adminiistra- has. made it known she intends. -
lion's order fo4 the..Govertiment- "to step up a. hearing on' -this .--
owned Pdnaina Line to halt all matter soon after the first of
commercial p a &ens I e ng d the year".
%ill not'.go unchallenged.. including a resolution by the
T h'e incoming Admiiiustration full committee asking that any ..
views on. .e line' now down to action be withheld : until the corn- Saved- from tropical .rot and" ,
two. ships, -:.- re not lknmwn, but mittee' could investigate the line converted -into. a pictur-squ4 .st-
the Panania 'Canal' subcoinmit- and itsI future, 'apparently fore-, soft. for both-'.Haitian taji for--I
tee of -the os ei Merchant .ia.. stalled a cosniplete shutdobwni, eign Toursits., 'the onetime. cons- ...
rine and d' e0res- Coninittee Major beneficiaries of the'des- truction' camp of rthe Pelige e
intends to look int. the pe's station of commercial, acbvltWa Dai build, e t.-has ndw beei, ad- r
operations. .*': ':-' ; '' vill .Wl be Grace .Line and-United ded to Haitl'kto t ." attiaetion-.
Rep. Cenore K. Sdgliva "'(Dem'. F t t ., oTh Fonnrmer. ,is a -'.sub The )Bpeautiful. Peligre Lakie".-:
Mo.) : subcommittee 'chalnnai sidi .ed p. -' enterprise,. tnder. the, -wing', o
"- -* DVA, offer the lKRir F-tyle .-
". ... '. 'I ." luxun relaxing on a fIoabng
S. t faurant with time out for
oger iOrsinvill el s First s' mig wster skiing o the
I N W Afrit o t plaei4 -lake "behind a forty hor-
w Af.n st se-power driven speed-boat, fish-
.' ,or melton, millet, snook or
Acpripl bed'Hitiaii envdoy first ishit ,- to .hs homeland 1i'Isael ca, or shooting duck
to ts;evpal tif i h' nat o ee e a migrants '-Itn 1 i id. ,
,do. in 'li$ a yia8 Aml Abas- -. Ambassador., oget Dorsinville. '."
...' r .is. k .;.Adeht6 f At.a i, aUt maSitet 048 -n 3lk ;. a.. .. .
.ppof+. :A & :" ,is hidhere as ah,.,&Tp: .sbs, t : .'.." ." .,i' 'S' vi.B+r" :
ddA t .echola. s ic "Ati'._ lfr.t t 14ba
b.-. y :..'..,..frican Sbtt b
.,tq1'.A : s?fafl alo #rtea .ittlt t1W CP
rsity Jan.16 .
reopenings are set for tomorrow .
sity will commence the following
g to Government announcement .
The University of Haiti (no*
to be known as the State Uni- '
versity) was closed by a student
general strike on Thursday No-
vember 24th declared to be "a
last effort" by the National
Union of Haitian._ Students to
have Union Treasurer Joseph .
Roney and a-number of college
students released from jail.
Government communiques, sta-
ted that Roney, together with
18 other students, had been ap-
prehended while "distributing
communist propaganda of a
frankly subversive character."
Rohey was jailed and one month
later the student body went on
Same day as the strike Mar-
tial Law was decreed, all youth
associations dissolved and stu-
dents were given the choice of
returning to classes within 12
hours or be struck off the regis-
ter and expelled.
Advancement of the Christmas
holiday by one month, commen-
cinc on Novembehr 24th Muellel
(Continued on page 18)
L Tourist Map
lae .ould well become a 4
^' I ^ ^??
PAGE S "H I T J S U -N SUNDAY
for having presented the children of this Institution with 500 boxes
11 of Ice Creanm' for Christmas. Sister Teresa said in a. letter to
In H t W :: Mr Martin that she had no words to tell .him of the gratitude of
S1 a. the Institution because they had never received such a rich gift
AS RECOUNTED -Mr Lou Scharf, -President of the- Haitian Manufacturing and
Specialty Co., flew down here just before Christmas to' spend, the
J- holidays with brother David Scharf, Executive of the Cocoa Fac-
SBY-- tory hee and his wife, at the Riviera International. The "sympa-
Sthique". American industrialist is introducing to Haiti, beautiful
AUBELIN TOLICOBUR blonde., Miss Didne M. Comer a dealer in Fine Arts from New
York City. They are staying a month here.
-Mr,'-1attiew. Hess Shulman, -a tycoon in the plastics industry
-Luckner Lazard, Co-Founder of the Gallery Brochette locat- in the United .States- just completed a two week visit in Haiti with
ed;at Carrefour in the Villagd of the same name -ihas made lis d .iguishjed wfe Pearl. and two lovely daughters WUa 16
.a name for himself as one of the most popular Haitian painters and Teresa Regina :12. The Shulman family is from New York.
and perhaps the best Haitian Muralist. His murals adorn leading Mat is a great admirer of Haiti and a good friend of the. Haitian
Haitian hotels such as Ibo-Lele, El Rancho, Choucoune, Montana, people. He was on his sixth trip here. And during his stay here
Sans Souci and the famed Cabane Choucoune as the Pan Am Office for he (iilays he made. many Haitians happy with gifts. His
in Port au Prince. He is now commissioned to paint some murals Guide and friend "Speedy" calls hih "Papa". Asked by Mat
at the New Pan Am Office in Miami. Two years ago he experien- whether they want to go to Paris next April or to come back here,
ced a tremendous success with an art exhibit in Mexico which has 'Pear], his wife, and Willa. and Teresp Regina, his daughters prefer
some of the most thriving art in this Hemisphere. He has just to return here. The Shulman family flew to New York Friday
finished a series of paintings for an exhibit at Galleria Sud-AmeriT noon.
cana, 10 East 8th Street, New York City, on February 20. His -Loeier than lovely Carol Lee Walsh, Secretary to a Physician
coloring is soft, attractive, ever pleasant and, depictive of the in Washington, DC. and -charming Yolanda F. Coppola, of the
true Haitian way of life. Emerson Research Laboratories in the Capital City came to Haiti
-Representatives of high Haitian society got together Friday Sunday December 25 for 3 days and prolonged their sojourn here
December 30 on board of the beautiful marmorian SS JERUSALEM, to two weeks, cancelling their trip to Jamaica. Carol kept her
a ten thousand ton Cruise ship of the Zim Israel Navigation, on an beautiful green eyes open on all the beauties and charms of the -
invitation made by the Honorary Consul of Haiti in Israel, Israeli Country, visited with Yolanda the Fortress Citadel Cap Haitien,
industrialist Natan Abramovitz and his lovely artist wife Mirtza. called the 8th Marvel of the World, danced the Haitiat meringue .
The guests including Secretaries of State and their wives, a large s if she was inspired by Terpsichore, -was entranced witln the Y
number of diplomats, Editors of the leading Newspapers here, Hatian art, got some sculptures by the leading Haitian Sculptor. a
Prominent industrialists and businessmen were delighted with the Andre V. Dimanche, water colors by Emmanuel Jolicoeur and tI
warm welcome and the hospitality of their hosts: Mr. Wolf R. paintings by Boucard and world famed Luckner Lazard.
Lazarus, Executive Vice-President of the American' Israeli Ship- Carol and Jo have already made reservation- at the Oloffson a
ping Co., Inc. from New York and charming wife Rachel, "sym- for a return trip in August. ,
pathique" Capitaine Jack Jakobsons and his beautiful wife la (a he o Lee Hotel was enlivened for he holidays by the in- (
;bliss International Air Hostess of 1958I and Consul Natan Abramo- fectuous "jole de vivre" of a large party including Richard Beck- s
vitz and wife Mirtza and son Danny. The party was a merry one hard a P.R. and a Managenent Consultant for the Young Pre- rC
w-ith music by the Ship's orchestra, with drinks of all kinds, with sident Organization, and his wife Alethea, Mr Mel Mohr,, President to
ihe attentivenesses of the hostesses and the kindnesses of the hosts. of the Mohr-Weicoff Advertising Co, and Member of the Young
This party was part of the policy of Mr Abramovitz to tighten up Presidents Club and his wife Irene, Rose Randell, Director of a
the relationships between the people of Haiti and the people of Promotion for the Minx manufacture, Billie Devoe Inc of New F
S srael. York, a fervent visitor of Haiti for ten years, Mr Maurice Beck, f
-Mr Herbert Martin, Vice-President of the International Hotel a textile tycoon from London and wife Phillis, a famed fashion w
SI development Corporation and President of the Riviera International designer, Sam- Green, Managing Director of Dale Cases Ltd. from to
d Haiti has brought this hotel, the .largest in Haiti back to its old London,' Sid Gee, Managing Director of the William Gee Manu-.
lame. Everything blazes new and beautiful in this 110 room .hdtel facturing Co. from London. Norman Bmnell, of the New York
with a marvelous garden-lit up by artist Nick De Morgoli. The Stock Exchange and his wife Dorothy stopped here on a cruise
"reveillon'" held on New Year's Eve in the Riviera's Gardens was onboard, of. Liberty to visit their friends Mel and Irene Mohr, and e
a delight In the terraces leading to the chateau No. 1 in the back- Bill Pitcher of Esso in New York and his wife Audrey (Bunny)
ground described above Choregrapher Constant Jeanty presented flew down here to join their friends Dick and Alethea Beckhard-
nis Surprise Show before an audience of four hundred -people. Mrs Leonore Merrick and Mrs Nanette. Guilford were the last tc
Nearby the pool the tables were laid for the midnight repast and join the party before the.vacations were over. Mrs Merrick is the j
_ie orchestra of the Riviera maintained an atmosphere of "joi wife of David Merrick the most.successful theatrical producer-ol t
ae vivre", and the audience went wild with the noise makers, the last few years in the U.S. -He has five hits run righth now
Strompets, and confettis provided by the Riviera. ..:. .on Broadway; The World. of Susie Wong .with France Nuye,t
-Young Danny Abramovitz was very" thrilled about his cA1se Gypsy with -bthel. Mernna, Becket with ,Sir'Lauence Olvier ,
ci.board of the SS Jerusalem. Daniy flew to St. Thomas, on Dec- Irma La Douce.ahd I. Plume de ma Tante. Mrs Nanette Guilford
Somber 23 to catch the boat and arrange with Captain and l9rs a opera singk;i has -quit the Metropolitan Qpera to make he
-,ck JaImbsons the party that was going to be held on board own records distributed by her Nanette Guilford. Company.
'- here on the 30th. He sailed to Port of Spain, Trinidad, La Guaira -David Raralson, a former station Manager of Pan Am in Port
and Caracas, Venezuela and Wilhelmstad, Curacao and enjoyed au Prince arrived this week with lovely wife Elena, son Davi
the unparalleled, comfort of this cruise ship of the Zim' Line. tee and daughter Susan Elena. The Haraisons are staying a fe
1 -Mrs Muriel Shindler, interior decorator from New ,York and days in' Haiti; *, .
.wife of the President of the El Rancho Hotel, Mr Benjamin Shind- -Lord Col ton, a Member of the House of Lords of ,Lodon a -
ler, inaugurated 'officially just before Christmas her 32 children .ved here Thursday,afternoon frim,,New York, -with'Lay olydn,
Orphanage located near Ti-St. Pierre, in Petionville. She have aLawyer of American origin. Lrd and-Lady Colydo, are hang
-a very merry Christmas to these children who have. now.a -happy ltpi lodging, between:tlie Gingerbread Palace: mdl e Caci e
-;life and can look at the future with joy and .confidence. ,r rInd dJbo-Beach. They 'are' staying .tw' weeks-nt -Hait .
.-- -Mr Martin, President of the Riviera International has made ;Aexpected, Mrs Irma Levy arrived hereThusday after on
a. lot of his hotel employees happy by giving them all .the surplus ,frli -Ma utt not at the schedule time. Mrs Levy Iad, ,ee
!rniltures accumulated during his renovation program And he has comnnnded herd by .Mr Fritz Jacobi, Directpr of the Edito al n
nei called the Benefactor by the Superior of the Salesians Sisters foamafioin nter o, the National Educgtion Association of NiY. ty.
iv. .. .', ,-; *.- -. '.- "c .. :" .. .. : ': .":.' .
JANUARY 8th '61 -, 960
Muralist Lqckner Lazard,
at work in his
Mr/ Anthony .Distinti,. a, Labbr,
Leader- from Brooklyn, New
rork arrived here Thursday-. for.
t*o week visit. He i'guest at.
he :CasteIHaiti. .
World famed. Ameticdai artist
tarry. Belafonte, actbr singer
nd dancer:, of great talent stop-'.
ed here on January. 2nd with7'-
rtist wife former Julie Robin-
on, and' his two daugliters' Har-
y and his family were en route
p Jamilca to his eighty-three
ear old grand mother who is
'ery ill' Harry was traveling
long with well-known Designer
talph Alswdng who does -work
or the Broadway Shows and his
wife Betty, an Interior .Decora-
'Harry Belafonte who has been
here twice has always '"shown a
warm interest- for Haiti -. he
yven stated that one of hist grand
mothers was a descendant of
King Henri Chriqtophe. Harry.
vho hada contract to Sing'in,
nme of the ledilfl,hotbl!s.San--
Juan -has given Haiti a big plug* --
n praising th.e successful lu.
e Bacoulou and. the Haitian;'a-
ists, the art and the people, of...
Haiti. This. famous ,artist wil'
'ome back .here for a visit with0'
n two months. =:'
Monday.. Young Stock.,Booker
Paul Bernstein ':id his "ravis-
sante femni4f'.Diane, from- New.:
York, Advertising man Dick*Sha-
irob.:.-and lively wle, Ailike -
Stock'Broker Barry Klein. 'a d
charming wife Georgia .a rive4d.
here. They are on-honeymoont-X
Paul has been, recomiedi
here by his 'brother'Sai4yy.
stein, a successful Sto.irht
from New .?ork '6 visited s
mi three..eek, ago with
ful bl6tonde w Micl'M
Paris. The re hne
couples syed t
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Jsn.Y t4, Mal
-' : i W". ..'.- ..".-7 :I t -A-
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* '';'.N**; -.-. --.... :.
pys.... T e ui"- lut Of J, ail And-. Plac...d hI" "I '" n ,. P eier Aleis De' ..
-,a^ W1.n nt .qe,,Jp "-.'plr Ls,-,Laare Pierre-Louis, Roland
S U ati C' ''" .- 'Louiva ,Pierre, Louinia -Jean, DelvA,; Albert Joassaint, Philo-
i-. educatlon Ce. 't r .. -. ..Desir, Mecene Millen, Gerard ma Telhomme, Fritz Moise, Re-
.. Enlien- Maurice, Morisson La- ne Jn-Baptiste, Prophete .Cons-
eiive1 ar lewSrasC h-.e children .wer: trfansporte. .cen ter -named-. hpnor of,.ire- rose, Jn-RdbertA.lphbnse; Er Lu- tant, Maurice Beaujour, Cedieu
.the tnci a.on,'; to Careouw herea La wyer Ner- sident. uvalier's ,th m.-greeted mnas, Jn-Baptiste Jn-Robert,-Jn- Michel,_ Frantz Joseph, Severa
.Irr 'e-ndw ,.%iSoaI..v&, n f-'the- '-them. alongwith his s.taf.of.pe- ...
lad r the 'nd*w o l a.ava A iomn, T ire or the them along wit' his sta. of spe- Claude Jn-Baptiste, Marius Pier- Jn-Louls, Cerelien- Joachim, Sa-
. Intuter,.: -. .-- re-Pierre, Gustave,'Jean Jn-Bap-non.
1 .-r .a p ...
s- Eve as part of a.*"-" -
President otor-,Francois. 2 .
Salier benqqnalljsithe. the .re:-
jt'a'e of Ihp yountgripdenez;;.ladl
ri for pe~tty crimes 'ifl ad boour
...g ceremony within the. a .
t the an.cetcay-j,'al-
The -yqgsters '.. wer-e' given
._, khaki u"dcM.rs to. replae.
J-,,t,. 6 .i/- ..-'4-4'
thmir scant prison grey ..gat
mients along withah sitmas p
s -peechs were imad.e by 'Di
ititor of the Social Welfare Ens t
tiute Dr -.Jacques Fourcand and
Attorney ,,.Genieral -1Max C.- Du-..-
essy hailing this .milesitone in F.
President i the Natioial Prison stand g before a photo 0 his
comibatting- Juv,,qile, deTinquen- t the Ps sd .ne aptoh
.y, .father after whom new boys center named"
.. caists: Psychologist-consultain,
...............4 4 .cialists:
r Emmersoir Douyon; Reeduca-
-tion specialist .Lawyer Gerard
.Gourgae; Juridical" ,consultaInt
4J udge .Ulrick Noel; Medical con-
.sultant: Di Victor Laroche,
chief of the socd service Mee
Renee Telemxque; Juvenile De-
linquent Ed-catidl '-' 6 "oiaistp:.
'Max Thimoleon, enito -Antonin, 2i
R.oland Abelard,. Gabriiel. Ray- '
.mo6d, .Dael Jacques, Joseph
Jaafte, .-Carlos Verela, Jean-Ge-
i'ard- .G.he Bern ard 'Jean-Baptis
; t&.. Occupational. Therapists -
.. LaWyer Charles Leroy, Julien
--abel, --Jules Ga,--Edner Jean, C
S iharle.'Matton. Chief Inspector .
:.[- Eddy; Bordes. .. /
diZ e -er te juvenile pran-
The ,ys .eleas. .- frm pr:` ol 'tcho J1 n-C-arde isti. Jn...aude
presentp i.. ib t-.nsferred to val 0 a.r, orolan, Anto'e"e-n .,i.ck .
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CA ME RA S. AT FRI-'l. 1'IIr PITclSf. -
if sii bsA
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I tLr -, ~ IC
S'Barin che Creole'
1s At- The Grand Hotel Oloffsoni
EVERY MONDAY NIGHT
: 10:30 p. m.
ttaenke $2.60 Dancin
..in an -- .. '-n -av. ;s.. AT -"
Kb p..l.,. A .
g with the
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S su"Av. "MARY 6,
"AGE, 4 H A I T-1 ti :N
PAN AM Slates 158 Jet Flights, T6.1Latin, Amer' Wee*
'o 'handle, an anticipated 'win- Among major new services are, hours between\Houston and Gua-
through the, sapphire crystal:
--ter travel rush to sunny lani;is the six weekly, 121 passenger jet ternala, and 6,hours- 15.rilinutes
of I vatch
b yqur Mmido," rmamer,
the West Indies and Latin flights that' span the 3,360 miles Ne- etween Hous
for tfie,2,348 mil Ffi it l!"
'America, 158 jet flights wiaekly between San Francisco and Pa- ton andPtinama.:
being sqheduled in that area nama in just 8 hours es Jet flights on the 190-mile rou
'fiy -flying time, with a stop en route Mi mi assau go-
Pan American World Air te between a and
at Guatemala, are b by
ays. eing ipaugurated an
"This is more jet service bet- Also inaugurated in mid-Dec- Am- '..om,: F.6rUary. L with 14
daily jet Clipper
ember were ht < kl
ween the United -States and La ig a wee W.
America than is offered by flights in both directions betNe n Paif ,American also has reali-
combined", Houston, Mexico City and Gua-
911 other carriers gn&l- its !outh American jet
pointed out a Pan Am spokes- iemala. At Guatemala, these schecl ti the fastes
-man. flights make direct connections lighti by any airline between
The jet Clipper flights are ope- w i t h t h c California-Panama New.York Ptio d6-Janeiro d
.4ating between eight United Sta- flights, providing all-jet service Buehos- Aires
tes gateways from California to between Houston and Pa ama. -range DC-8 -WX
Pan Am's long
Florida,, serving 15 overseas' ci- By 75-rnile-an-hoti,l:jot,.'.Chp- ets are now makirt 4,867niile
ties ranging from Nassau to Bue- per, flight tinies axe,'Yhiodr`bet- non-stop Rights -betwee7ii New
nos Aires. ween Houston aud -AT4* o 4 York and: Rio d Janeiro -in just
9 hours 15 minutes. The big jet-
liners also make. the 5,38 -nile
flight between New,
Buen'os'A* 'thonly one stop'
M6aido sapphire crystal Rat 2654
at Carapas, Venezuela, in 1-0 .."Tho ov'l took",
EW 'W AY To UY gleams. With 61 iiiire brilliance
tes gold 18 ot
hours 45 rninu g time, "Its hardness Is:-siurpassied gold lljur,Idial -
I Piston, engine schedules have only. by that of theAlarnond.
N beeri'mvamped in a' number of. -You will- cherish your'
Movado, which offers,-you a
71WTAVM I H OUR'S J: cases to merge, with jet schedu
les and I give, this winter's tr precisionthrice.tflurriphant
av& three years (at the official:,
ers more convenient, and speedy 'Swiss ObservatQiy at ld
flights, Pan Arn officials said. Neuchktel). y4V
and new,;e -vice prov
Xvnique i Wrd bN La-
There -will be daily flights in
s1vt's vou tinie 111011(.) and eller"v. 4, 1
both directions between Miar4i,
'5J and popular, French-speaking
Port ad Prince, Haiti, with the
-inauguration of addiction nig4ts
SAVE: UP `0 "0370" LISTINGS effective January. 3,
Travelers betwCen Miami and,
uenos Aires now can
R o or 13
make the, whole trip with only ON SALLE AT ALL
two. stops, at Port au.Prince and -AND:- LITTLEL L 'ROPE
NO; flu -South -Ameq-
af Caracas, where'
can. jet Rights make direct con-
ti ns with piston engiine D lit
NO DERM O T flightsto, and JEmm Miarrii. Ll QU
An afternoon fli-ght, out of
-for Nassau has been resch d- OR'L
ei uled for anL elllier depaiture to
NRI CUSTOMS, PROBLEMS" A allow travelers to make-'better
connections for the /AND
popular: "out island" resorts of
the Bahamas TIJE.-NEW YEAR-
ore convenient ESL
sc eL L 1VITIE&
dules have. been worked Lout FEST
C'ghtL flights weekly between GINic
New Clrlansj uatemala and- y. swee EURLma&
FW M RS NOW TOURISTS HAVE BEEN PUGUM W", -key Central American points.. ojL the fineSf1)&e 61& &CfM H
fftghtS, out dS jible. f
TING LIQUOR THEY HAVE PURCHASED, wifft OVer' The DfL New ClrleLnS -for fe fiVIti or.".eVeU ope*
kight Chorges, with, Customs, problems.. also --make i#ect connectio
ne", pit ns at
POSSI "'W an -Am jet
swobp La Belle Creole has made it Gatmala P
in Haiff (WIt" ghts EXCLUSI[VE AGENTS
fli to shrply, re' OLM.
liquiar purchased abroad, particqlarl Tea
ie t -L"'L- PRE]
ucin time betweene ETZMAN-,A GERH
to your home, in most cases at pr r thari
_YOU a a-
oh 19ing it throuh, aCcompanied byl -811,
0 U t'h
ON A CARTON Of FIVE ROTRES ng.,. exapist
ville, and Aii :film.
114y- 'Del. out NA,
flanky Ifi 50 1-1 yzll4
an ister finest ?
3, J & B Rare Scot0 Whisky -33,0 13 56 wa
11 5-IQUen' krte Sbtch Whisky' p p urm, PAwt
Gi lbey's spey Roy.-t wfts ome
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"ter Gin -4 D 5RRkER
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tiara axgq. iirage, the
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FROM LE MARTIN DECEMBER 27th 1i6O.
Variations On A
The first study on the political
c.'isis, which at the end of No-
vember provided the nation with
days of fever. is that of Mr. Lu-
cien Daumec which has just ap-
peared under the title of '.'One
Aspect Of The Problem."
Thuse few pages were written
under the fire of the battle be-
cause they were first published
from the 23rd to the 28th of No-
vember i, our confrere Le Jour.
The historian of tomorrow will
interest himself all the more,
because, lie will have on hand
a living testimony, from an in-
side observer trying to look from
a distance, who has tried to ex-
plain and even to judge. One
may not be in agreement with
Mr Daumec on a specific point
of Ihis analysis or on the impor-
lance he gives to such a social
category in the struggle %we have
just witnessed, but one cannot
either, refuse him an effort to-
%wards lucidity, trying to place
the various actions of the crisis
under the light of reason
Mtr Daumiec begins thus; any
student strike here has inevita-
bly started with the purpose of
the overthrow of the govern-
ment -To substantiate that as-
" imption, the sociologist gives us
:;-; proof the stri k e of 1929
4,,_inst Borno, and the one of
1,)41 against Lescot, emphasiz-
ig however, that those strikes
I w:e been able to appear after
i',e American Occupation, when
lVie creation of a Ltrue Uruversity
S.id other schools of every kind
i Port au Prince provoked a
lheaIvy concentrationn of young
Mr Daumec goes on to explain
why in 1960 such movements will
lint succeed. According to him.
the past strikes had succeeded
becau-e they benefited from th
active cooperation of all the fo
ces: population, army, come
ce and industry, Unions, civ
servadns, political clubs, clergy
cells very closely related to. th
presidency *etc. ett. the author
says the present international s
tuation is far born being that o
1946 and he gives two, different
ces. One of the. differences ac
cording to him is the Province
which since 1957, have irrupte
into the political scene. The otfi
er is represented by the present
army which offers no measure
of comparison to that of 1946
because says he, the men wh
compose it do not have the sam
social origin. An overthrow o
the government by a striRee be
ing then unthinkable the autho
tries to find the origin of th
last movement that erup te
among our students"
Behind The Curthin
The cause resides according t
him, within the various material
miseries that our students en
dure. They are not an entity cu
from the social body. they be
long to the middle class and th
masses. Which explains among
other things the deficient die
and the facility with which the:
can follow those that exploit tha
theme. For Mr .Daumec, there
is no doubt, that the student
have not acted buit have beei
directed. In other terms the au
thor, thinks that the directorial
committees that signed the va
rious manifestos were the tool
of other forces because experien.
ced teachers as; says he, tha
the members of -those comm
ittees are always linked to poli
What were. the forces that pro
pulled the 'stuiBrits si ce the au
thor admits that their movement
has been directed? Mr Daumei
archists they .once more snow
that they are naive. They are
certain to loose within the con-
crete realities of the geopolitic
of the Western Hemisphere- and
of ours.- If those forces belong to
the middle class they then. ex-
press the historical' struggle bet-
weeh the different -tendancies. of
that social category where as in
any otF'er class one does not ne-
Sce'ssarily find a- sentiment of so-
THE TWAIN MEET
However for the writer only
two forces have .acted. The An-
archist and. the forces of exploi-
tation. The first have played on
demagoguery, the second have
tried to find once more qew op-
portunities for exploitation. The
author underlines that--over the-
middle class and thie" masses
those opposed forces MEET in a
clearly defined struggle for the
conquest of political power.
THE ONLY WAY
For Mr Daumec, the conquest
1of political. power is no lQnger
possible for the forces .of exploi-
'Lationi and the installation of an-
archism at the head of the city
is utopia. It then follows that
,the only possible road of deve-
lopment even .if a strike suc-
'ceeds is the victory of another
tendency of the miiddle class. In
other words for .fie sociologist
any crisis- now can only maintain
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S ... :at the head of-the state the mid- wbrsening.b .ur-.a4feri.l se-
-, .. die 'class phd their represents riees to' impose themselves and
., .." d ais. t- reacIh .their'- goal.. Mr' Daiec
II- .E.N R.ESPONSIBILTY repeatpropdr foreign aid i... im-
P- Now.. is not- the time to fold operative, "- .. -
"our arms, so .Mr Daumec thinks -.
t. alao to tp Anarchism and ex- INVYIATIONI TO THINR,
he gite a triple hypothesis. Either .loitatio. if e- -'ove.ment needs-That is asynopsisuft a,"
r- those forces belong to another* te hlpfii .About book that ny-observer o-f a
r- social class than the middle ofr w i .- About abok thfatsy obe.erof
,i ,etn that he forr'alates -.:.biefl some btin affairs m aust know and on
1 land heprobabl aans-blams to American policy.-- .Ern- Which he mnust.meditate. -The
y, and he probably means commu- phaslihg that its-" fundamental ,background of M Daumec. as
le nists, either '-they belong to the .
r middle class and he ises. mistake is to- ask usto tighten wellas Ihis official position form
-our belts again .and again, .wit' the apy.reasons to ekamin6i lth :
- The author reexamins metho- outunderstandih -that the inter-'fret the various point.- of.
of dically each hypothesis. -If those ter
-f drcaey each, hypthesis. aIf those pretation of its. thought makgs of views -that -e develops-with a
Sforces belong toclass- it indirectly the-.most precious logi that- he would" want, to be
c other than that actually -inwpower
e- other than that actuallyin power ally the anarchit force impeachable -but which however
s the is then treason, by the which says the author -need a is not deoid of passidn.,
d dents, of the interest of youth .
ji.. majority. If those forces are an- '.; "-___ -.. .
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SUNDAY JANUARY 8th '61
New, Book Classifies Travelers By 10 Groups
Tells Them Which Caribbean Islands They Will Like
The newest guideUook to the
Caribbean has a new concept:
John Wilhelm's GUIDE TO THE
CARIBBEAN ISLANDS divides
all travelers into ten groups and
suggests whiih of the scores of
*Caribbean Islands each might
fnjoy. The book is just out from
According 1o which group you
are in, Nou may be advised to
go to Haiti (where the food, sce-
nery and art is outstanding), or
to Jamaica with the swankiest
hotels anc inter cafe society),
.r the Virgin Islands (gay life
with sonic of the best shopping
in the Caribbean). Altogether,
some' 26 islands of the Caribbean
are recommended for one tra-
veler or another.
The following groups of tra-
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-1.-Money is no problem and
you need two weeks or more of
good rest in the winter, prefer-
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a first-class hotel with excellent
food, good service, and a little
2.-Your wife has been after
you a long time to take a "Car-
ibbean cruise" and be a pinybo,.
You are about to do it and don't
know which bit of advice to fol-
3.-You are a fellow with a
good job, you usually do things
you want to do whether you can
afford them or not, and you have'
just decided that you are going
to take a two-week vacation in
the Caribbean this winter d:e-
tails be hanged. Still, in an af-
terthought of caution, you arel
not unmindful of possibly ,finding
a good hotel at something less
than the top luxury rates.
4.-You have Often thought of
getting away from it all on a
tropical island, a nice, one with
long empty beaches under lean-
ing palms, with a colorful reef
nearby for a bit of snorkeling
and watching the tropical fish.
But you actually didn't have in
mind cutting yourself off from
5.-You are a young lady or
young man, or just young in
heart, and wish for. an inexpen-
slve vacation during the summer
months and still have a chance_
to see something .new in the
world, and perhaps a bit of'ad-
venture. In fact, you demand
6.-You are a couple who like
to see things worth seeing-r-his-
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dancing, exotic flora and fauna,
sugar mills, rum factories, and
7.-Sports are your baby, and
youlike golfing, fishing, and .so
8.-You are tired of beliag an
old stay-at-home and want to
learn how to live it up.
9.-You are anxious to get
away. from it all and will live
on a shoestring if you must. The
sad truth is Athat there really
aren't any very cheap places in
the Caribbean unless you choose
to go completely native, and you
probably have no idea of what
10.-We haven't" begun to get
close to your type of Caribbean
Well, you 'can't classify every-
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towns and hotels on each island,
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SUNDAY JANUARY 8th '61
To Promote Canadian
By LUCIEN BONNET
This concerns the great nunm-
ber of Canadian tourists who, if
they knew more about hospita-
lity in Halti. would not fail to
visit the country.
The Canadians, owing to their
abundant prosperity, hardly
think about the possibility of fin-
ding in a little lost corner in
the West Indies the comfort they
have been accustomed to for
such a long time. In spite of a
marked inclination toward every-
thing exotic, they are subject to
a certain reticence which keeps
them from deciding on a trip to
The reason: There is nothing
which strikes their eyes, which
affects their imagination. No
sooner is there a radio or tele-
vision broadcast about the mat-
ter, than it is picked up by the
public; all thbe listeners and
viewers take notice and never
miss an opportunity of talking
"Thou wouldst not have look-
ed for me. hadst thou not al-
ready found me."
In order to be interested in
Haiti, a tourist must, first of
all, know what Haiti is like, what
she looks like.
Does that sound paradoxical?
tes and Canada
tants doubtless possess general
ethnical and geographical know-
ledge. Outside their territorial
boundaries, the details of which
they have difficulty in knowing.
they are. aware of the existence
of other people under other skies
with more or less different cus-
toms. For instance they know of
the existence'of the Smaller and
Greater Antilles inhabited by.
peoples having different origins
But they have a wrong idea
about the attraction or interest
that may be offered by one or
What I propose to the Depart-
ment of Tourism is quite simp-
le, so simple that to many it
would look childish.
But touristic propaganda is,
first of all, a psychological one
Whether it be the Canadian
American or any other tourist.
in order to have the desire to
comer to Haiti, he must know at
least in part. through appropri-
ate means of propaganda, what
is typical. and attractive in the
.country to be rediscovered b.i
him. Climate, weather, landsca-
pe, living conditions, yes. but al-
so History, customs, culture.
worthwhile elements, caracteri-
zing the life and way of being of
the Haitian people.
For the average Canadian or
the United Sta- American, daily absorbed by a
are as big as constant work because of the
of their inhabi- way of living imposed by the
society he belongs to, has, un-
fortunately, no time to document
himself about what he could be
interested in. Hence the necessi-
ty to reach him directly or in-
dir-ectly; of sulplying him at his
very home with the elements
that he would need.
Informing people through per-
sonal contact: In other words,
taking advantage of any encoun-
ter to reveal Haiti to the other
speaker under one' or another of
her particular aspects. The well-
informed person reacts on his
The author Lucien Bonnet, (at right) Commentator -on the Art
and Culture show over Tele-Haiti interviewing Ethnologist Lamar-
tiniere Honorat. s
69 ,RE DU QUAt
WHAT TO BUY
. SISAL BAGS and BELT5
. F4LNCH PERFUML5 ..nd LIQUORS
family and social sitrroundlngs.
During a six-year stay in Ca-
nada I seized on each -individual
opportunity to point out the tou-
ristic attraction which Haiti
holds for the Canadian tourist.
My numerous acquaintances are
from the artistic, commercial,
industrial, ecclesiastical, intellec-.
tual and political fields.
Awaking Tourists Curiosity be-
forehand: Reaching a larger pu-
blic through various .processes:
lectures and conferences,. variety
shows over the radio ojq on. T.V.,
painting exhibits, handicraft ex-
hibits, etc., using with advanta-
ge the best modern meeans of
information and propaganda to
reach the most people at one
time. As far as Canada is con-
cerned, many serious advanta-
ges may be derived therefrom.
In fact, according to' tl.e latest
statistics obtained in 1957, .in a
population of 16,879,000 inhabi-
tants divided into 3,872.000_ fa-
milies, there are more than
3,712,000 radio sets; more than
3,500,000 T.V. sets.
80..per cent of. the Canadian po-
pulation can watch programs'
from* the national television -net-
work; in great centers like Mont-
real, Quebec, Ottawa, Toronto,
Sherbrooke, nearly 90 per cent.
of the urban population -regularly'
watch the' telecast'. programs
from Radio dCnada. I know
quite a few show directors .per-
sonally, at the Canadian T.V.
network. I myself have had the
opportunity of 'being called on
for interviews on programs of
cultural or simply exotic inte-
rest'. Su conceived, an advertis-
ing program.would cost the De-
liartment of Tourism nothing. I
call on the opinion of Dr. Andrea
Valentino, delegate of the E. N.
I. T. for Canada (Italian Nation-
al- Tourism Bureau in'Canaaa).
1 Our government, he states,
devotes fabulous sums of money
to the establishment of tourist
bureaus in marn._countries in the'
most luxurious buildings invol-
ving excessive expenditures with
staff and equipment,. while a
constant and well organized pu-
blicity campaign requires .very
often much less expenses and
produces better results. Nowa-
days it is useless to wait for.the,
public .to come to. us.to be: in-
formed. It is up to us to reach
the public -through the most ade-
q.ltate and scientific meani-":
.f These means, for the most'
.WOOD CARVINGS MA4IOGANY part, are very simple, andre-
-W O CR N MANquiin g very little expenditure
S TO TOI SH .fiom the' Department of Tour-
I am thinking of the Influonlce
/ .STRAW 35. DAINTING' of the Haitlan folklore,: its.' ui-
B'tural and publicity val Is
S>there a .better advertising ele-
ment abroad to promote, tourism
tha", the folk Wealth of: ourdan-
ces, the repertoir-of, our artists:
"National' Folk Troop, ldor
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Me 59 0,, ,7e -... ..-
SA11 T I SUl N 7
Thanks to pictures on folk sub- The more Haitian works will be Financial mqans- very low, but versity auditorium. Lectures on wlbeinteiesta in receiving
jects .,the pictures being taken known abroad, sthe
nai-ratlion:ift Canada, in the stu- and the Stronger will the. desire to discover, at least to feel,- to' L am thinking of thre incompa- men. Also those of the I''Rcme
dios of the national film office)..-of the tour7'st be of coming here apprehend 'the -mystery of 1he rable influence of our history, lieut Club", an association inclu-.
I can inaugurate a series of lec- to experiehee 'the Haitian, real- Haitian soul. -.o u otmoayltrtr igalrenme fMontreal
iSpeaking of mystery I am to create in Canada a favorable businessmen. It would be easy,
real, also in colleges and on 1-. am thidking:t1he influence thinking of the pwerful attrac- reaction toward our country and in- th 'case, to enttertai them
V. ,under the hospices of the De- of the Raltianiclassical and To- tion thetourist is subject to, de- its cultural values. on any project of the kind, for
partLment' ou m pular music as, avan of in-, siring to- discover on the very Whether it be works concerned the benefit of touristic propagan-
Thanks to my numerous con- cresingthe touristic int t of spot what Haitian voodoo-actual- with our history, or books illus- da in Canatda.
tacts in the Canadian society, the Canadian for< aiti., ly is. rating the different forms of our It should also be noted that
the Department o f 'orism. will -At the "Casernes Iessalines" Putting. aside old- prejudices,' contemporary literature, they tourist prop anda so uder-
have no problem at All asas (Dessalines Bairacks) the. pala- rather guided by scientific lights constitute a very rich -flwering stood may.bring to 4Eni stil
the budget is concerned. ce band leader, Lieutenant Char- shed on the qi
A visit to the different book- my -request, has graciously ask- Lamartiniere Honorat, Michel has nothing else to do but gather, amount of foriegn curreaW that
stores of the capital affords the ed his transcribers to prepare Aubourg, Leonce Viaud, Jacques just' the same, he must be in- would be b'ouht the Iotes, and
possibility of gathering albums for me some-works of our great Orio1, a number of American formed of the existence of these stores which strengthen our na-
of oulr- best folk songs designed composers Occide Jeanty and ethnographers, as well as Mrs works and authors-; tionial economy and arse .a stmu-
for artists.of ,the Canadian radio Jean-Bapiste, 'up to n.w un- Audetfe Rigaud, Major Louis As soon-as I returnedto Haiti, lous to local production ao i con-
and T.V. networks, for he 'be- knowii-in Canadaille has also Maximilien and so many others, I toured the bookstores and ma- :simption,; a necessary -remilt of
itproised me..some carnivW tu- we. can already help the victor ,de a-list of our best authors and all increase in monetary circu-
pieces ol'the Dejean. Choir could nes. in "exhorcizing the ghost" by their writings. Quite a few edi- Intion, but also indiredty by the
also be included, The composer presenting the subject to him as tions of famous works have al- commercial and indusba boom
would be glad to--put many of From the record shelves of it 'really been exhausted.. I sugges- which that propaganda Is likely
his masterpieces at my spousal, Joe and xtz An o, Belle Cre- .I am thinking of the -influence ted -a re-edition of these books to! effect. r, the ydli the
In Pdti ivlle, a well-gid .'Ole, 0uplessy^ etc.T can get a of the Haitian paintings oer de in Canada. I have businessman, the industrialist
m U si ci id.7 Felix A, Baptiste; good collection of H1aitian misic, f ul evocation of the artistic soul seen many a bookseller and au- from Canada who generally tra-
keeps i -his home a whole -quite typical, -which, -accompa- of a people and the image of thor who would give me samples vels for pleasure, is always a-
wbalth~of Haitian -music o. his -nied-by, appropriate commtents, the everyday life just as it will which I could take for this pur- dy to take advantage -f an op-
own imposition, which I would. will -serve for- radio broadcasts be revealed to the visitor. o Dse to Canada, where I could portunity of making ineresting
like to have printed in Montreal,.in Mortreal. After six long years-in Cana- -contact various printing house. contracts on the spot.
da, one of my first concerns, on I am thinking of the influence
mly arrival in Port au Prince, of the Haitian handicraft, its ma- CLJHMAIE OF CONFIDENCE
was a visit to the "Centre d'Art" nifest interest for the Canadian A climate of confdence which
(Art Center) and "Foyer des public. is beginning to show itself, is
Arts. Plastiques). Haitian sculpture pieces in still to ')e recreated and more
Despite th wide knowledge ebony or mahogany, those b& a and more inteisiied day
that I formerly had on the sub- Haitian artist like Andre Diman- day.
ject, I -have been impressed by che, for example are particular-
the unprecedented development ly valued in Cahada. The same This 11 an
taken by this form of expression is true of certain household or why a rationaLa-eans of propa-
of artistic thought. For me it fancy articles, such as those that ganda should be adojpled in ow
was indeed a true revelation. may be seen at "La Belle Cre- der to stimulate the touristic in-
A muln~titud of oir ariss fll -01e" "Carlos Handicraft," at terest of the Canadians Haiti.
endless galleries with their pic- Fisher's or 1Vievs' 'stores.. Men I am ll Willing to put the dis-
tion should be made the em- Posal ofe
At the Art-Center: broidery works of a rare quality rism MaY diffierent tdllitacts in
Philome Aubin, Bazile, Gour- exhibited in the windows of the Canada as well as ry possl]
gue, Benoit, Leveque, Leontuis, "OvorNtoa"(National ties in the advetsn fieldatm
Duffaud, Fernand Pierre, Desro- needlewori house), Most welco-, in at increasing the number of
siers, NorznW, Stephene, Vital, me are the articles made of tists,
Montasse Antoine. shell: bracelets, earrings, paper
At the "Foyer des Arts Plas- knife, etc... Maythat modest suggestion
tiques": Lazard, Dorcely, Pin- For commercial purposes, the meet with a favorable reception.
chinat, Cedor Exume, Merelus, exhibit room of Whidsor Hotel, Lucien BONNET
Arnoux, Obas, are being ane
famous through their primitive
paintings. While modern painting,
Enriches itself' with such names
as: Antonio Joseph, Luce Tur-
nier, Gesner Armand, Beauvoir,
Lapierre, Jolicoeur and Desro-
siers who become more and
Others claim to belong to both
schools and enjoy no less suc-
cess in Haiti than abroad.
In Montreal, following an
agreement with. the managers Of
the famous Montreal theatre "Le.
Jesu", the director of the artis. -
tic society of the University -6f
SMontreal and its advertising
committee I am assured that
an ultua oraft4niso
from Haiti, -under. the hospices
of -the, Department -of Tourism O O K
will be most enthusiastically THE LA TEST IN OFFICE RttTM
welcomed in the respective asso- W14ERE COMFORT MEANS RE&A/4
4 With the people. inchr
the Art Museum and "Foyer
Art Platqe" I niaeIHA L S A
Uffiversity- of Montreal's socialR E IO N O
Center's great Salon, at theGe-RU BO N
suls showroom -as 'well, as -on
television programs, at the Th]i-
Wa.sidigton Tl.hu' United Sta-
LS Congress his ).isseCd unani-
moiiuly' id Pi cidJ-nt lseilhow-
L:. IlUs i..l a rebs'luLion ; u-
I olrit..r. li sc oul pubJiL land
c the :ite o dj inmeurial to
a wornan i j. in ill her work,
was a -..,r.inul ,nl p rt oft the
proALrtss ol lf11te 'N:gro race.
-The woman to be so honored s
is the late Mary McLeod Bethu- L
ne, noted educator, lecturer, ex- P
ecutive and leader of many wor- v,
thy causes. The National. Coua-
cil of Negro Women, which is
sponsoring this Freedom Memo- b
rial, hopes to unveil it on Jan- v
nary 1, 1963, the 100th anniver- w
.'A ,. ?, .
One of the la pwbi Bethuio % :i at a brotherhood luncheon in Washington arranged
in her honor by the National CouIncil of Negro Women in connec-
.a Mitith it. 'th ;annilersari. Nearly 900 invited guests -ien and
Some of all a-lk- u f life- turuied out to honor the woman who
I':-, been called "iot only one of the great leaders of her race,
but one of the truly influential Americans of her time." Dr. Be-
tamuie is shown here with Mrs Franklin D. Roosevelt who was guest
-pe her at the luncheon.
MO 0DERN HAITIAN
SP A INTINGS
By MAX PINCHINAT
On Show Now At
106, BOIS VERNA
just before iou reach the "PQNT MORIN" bridge
This-is an ART GALLERY, not a picture shop, ex-
lilbiting over 100 of the most attractive FRAMED
PAINTINGS made both in Port au Prince and Paris by
fAMOUS HAiTIAN PAINTER MAX PINCHINAT
Obnw in France.
The artist WHO HAS EXHIBITED BOTH HERE
AND ABROAD for the past 15 years, comes back to
Haiti-every five years and for 15 to 18 months renews
the contact with his people and his source of inspirai-
In he GALLERY PINCHINAT are grouped
iome paintings of the 15 years of work by MAX PIN-
hIbiNAT, from 1945 to 1960. Prices have not been ar-
braily based on beauty oft te painting, but on its
.AmiUsike. Paris Fashion for MAX zPINCHINAT
Sand OTHER WELL KNOWN ARTISTS. Visitors can
consult the paintings price list if they wish to.
All the taxi drivers know. GALLERY -PINCHINATa
AND don't let anybody tell you that the GALLERY isp
closed Jit is -not.
The GALLERY PINCHINAT, sole represen-
tative and pales agent of PINCHINAT's paintings,
exhibited a few samples only at "Foyer des Arts Plas-
cqUoues", "Galerie Brochette" and Galerie Suisse".
*. Open from 10 AM to 5 PM, and on appointment in
(lie evening. ADMISSION FREE.
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tary ot the signing by Abraham
Lincoln of the Emadcipation
reclamationn that freed the sla-
The memorial will probably
be placed in Lincoln Park in
lashington, a public square
'here the Emancipatio'h. Monu-
nent, depicting Lincoln with a
lave whose shackles have been
broken, Was unveiled in 1,73.
Jo design has yet been iei!ce I
bul the Council anticipates vide-
pi eud support .ol t..C p ibLic
mund-raising .drive that has been
tarted. It hopes to ge" en g'i-
noney not only (or a statue but
eventually loi a Bethune Memo
ial Educational Center whvi 1
.ou:jld house the Counc i an..
erve as a center for t'-c arr-
ities and archives of Negro
I'aitdlh n dcletermninatio 1 were
he chiel characteristics tnal en-
bled Mary McLejd Bethinm to
conquerr secmingiy. iiisurm)u'rita-
e obstacles. Devoutly,.religio.s.
ie woidr start each morning?
ith the prayer. "O God, let
rme new-strength be mine.",
nd each day, some new
length was here until, long be- hi
re her death in 1955 as she
eared the age of 80, Mrs. Be-
inc was known as the First l
idy of her race and one of the (
standing women of American v
The daughter of former slaves.
e worked in the rice and cot-
n fields of her native state of
uth Carolina until she was 11
hen the first school for Negro I
ildren was established in the
rea. Young Mary walked five
Jes (eight kilometers) each
iy to school, then in the eVen-
g taught her family what she
d learned. By the time she
is 15 she bad taken every sub-
et offered by the small school
t her appetite for education
as whetted rather than satis-
A small scholarship offered by g
white woman for a Negro girl
who would make good"' enabled
ary to continue her education
Scotia Seminary in Concord.
north Carolina, and for eight
ars she worked hard and glad-
to help pay her way. Two
irs at Moody Bible Institute
Chicago, with another schol-
ship, completed her formal
ucation -and she began to
ach. In 1899. she married a
low teacher, Albert L. Bethu-
The late Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune's contributions to her race,
er country and to all mankind place-her among the wsirld's great
Imlnaimtariajb.. The U.S. President and Congress have .authorized
he use of public land for a memorial to be erected by the Nitional
,oimeil of Negro Womien to honor this daughter .of. former slaves
.ho became a- noted educator,' lecturer, executive and leader. of
'.any worthy causes. .i -
DISCOVER THE FASCINATION
Through Its Postage Stampsl
For complete information in Haiti
Stamps and other details which will be
furnished you free of charge, write t -
P..O. Box 723. PORT-AU-PRINCE
Ji4W.', -AE. '
EEM.-LO LOOKS;ANID WASHES LIKE BAlKEp EUAt144 .
It was in 1904 that biMrs Bethu T ..
ne took'the step that started her
remarkable career of service
and leadership. With a total ca-
pital.of $1.50 she opened a school
of her own in Florida,. conduct
in a ong-woman campaign to.E
ftce it. The first Daytona
first and lndust five nstittle.girls -
a tiny.rented cottage forOSEPH NADAL AGENTS
tch the teacher hadascave- GL" F .... .
ged and repaired gbie make- -u s V@e Finih ,,A ,
shift pieces of furniture. V-TheIII......AL...W.. ..II. 'WL;I
first pupils -/ five. _little.,girls ... ,4. -- ... ..* .,it -.
(C.ii.ue o-age -4)' JOSEPH NADAL, AGENTi S ..
.. :, .,: --. .- : .: ", -.. Q. :. ,:'. ,-..
Memorial Planned To Honor Great Negro Woman
" HAITIS UN. SUNDAY A ARY 8th: .. ...-.-
"HAITI SUN" ":SUNDAY JANUARY 8thb
SUNDAY JANUARY- 8th 361, "HAITT S
A, HAITIAN ECONOMIST --WILL. RECEIVE
%TRAINING. AT TI E WORLID- BANK
m., Cedoine Jeannis, (M. A 11 Mr: Seaniifl' hae als op-
chief~ ohe exti'aorfr. toteaiisr pt
cefo teatoteMntr or ty to study- fiscal policy, Aori'da gossip' co'lumns ame at- about art, but she just happened of honor at a fete 'chez Pierre.
of pnance, 'has been Invited to problems of ,tiaem con on ready writn excitedly'
natoa Ban fo Reconse eulo M. Janswho atterided Fisk theyteCnredAtadpinig e'Rc extraordinary art studiod
oeigat GereVgor 'Hlen: Richr sidence-,galler which they hav
aSmart alm Bedch Galleries the Palm Beach Notebook made out 'of Norma Naomadge
. Teos gsoJ nadian aleTcn can end of this month as flows: Dec. 25, 1960. old silent film studio, taking with
agry 9, 1961, and will coiitinue the Hqia Goeret Three-terribly .exciting prm- Tn n egeDq t h hmarcent pi'cturd, by the
thog uy.1 19r61.y Pnimi Tony an~d Beegle Duquette (he ~thiem a recn pictre
ties forecast a Haitian show to did'those wonderfulKnf Arthur Centre d'Atsy4newest primitive
The Purpose of this program is PANAMA LIN PANAMA Come. The artists, each highly and the Round Table co Istuhles painter, Gerard Valcin.
to provide an opportunity for na- C ANAL COMPAN-V individual, are Sisson Blanchard, which Practically stole the even- The New York World's Fair
tionals of the World Bank's, The SS "Cristobal" of the Pa- Antoine. bin -and Jasmin Jo' ing at the recent New York open-omtteewere5 guts
member countries in caileers
dy. \ 1961, and
On board are .a. total of 79
a). The, techniques of economic passengers of whlichi the. follow, "Another something to~ watch
anh~yi as -relatedt to the IBR- ing 26 will disembark at, Port au' Is a~fascinating buyer' W'ho
D': toperations and ,oriented- to- Pripe :1 ~ among the g0st att e ale y
wa q`te problems of econopic Mrs Therese1 Alexis, Mrs, Pilar She' is Mrs Harry- C. Barton of *
de p Brancaccio & 2. trs..11, -4 rs. Swampscott Mass. who has an
Sigovide" an understand- Mr. &-r,-Axs Martin Coqhen,,!.Ms apartmentat the Towers. In her CAP-M4TIEN ANDTHE CITADE
in~g`o, fli IBRD orgatiization, 1stTler Duvielia, Mr. & Mrs H.I quiet, unassuming way s~e look- O EW YB LN 0 EW YB IIUt
~ ~a~unmg ~y si -ONE4 WAY BY PLANE, ,ONEWAY-BY LIMOUSINE~
'practices and opera' -se Mr Mrsiarcel Mehu, ed the- paintings. over the other
tio Miss May Moise,- V-etor.Na_ day and had a' red star put on ALL.
provide opportunity for fasse, Mr Gabliel.Nauj Mr Car- a mad, vibrant colored onetNC U
SAtd'of outside institutions 8c.,e slis' Lucille ierre- done by, a Haitidii called Sisson
(New'York Financial, Centeri T- 4uis, 'Mr Elrich Prudent, Dr. Blanchard. PaR S A OPERATEp B-t dI1s5Top'E TOURS
VA). theii purposes, methods of Georke Retan, M~ir & Mrg Leone AVENUE PAN AMERLCAINE
operation' ahd.,organization and Ricardi, Mr William Ross; Miss Mr. Blanchard is on the road p PETION-ILLE HAITI
their relation, when it exists; to Carmen SVeve to fame, i Mrs Barton is run- 'P.O OX-tL -HAITI
the IBRD and the International rin, Miss 'Barbara Sykees, Mfrining true to form. -- **a
Finale Corporation. & Mrs Robert Tochunter. She chlins o know nothing
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MEMORIAL PLANNED TO HONOR GREAT -NEGRO WOMAN man never had a college educa- gether t6 ma e this world a bet
t hon., a. dozen U.S. colleges and ter place in which to live' .
1 universities conferred honorary That her own contribution had
(Continueiid rom page 12) xious to make the women of her Negro Affairs in the National unvesies conferred honorary That her own contribution ha
and Mrs Bethune's son wrote race an effective force for pro- Youth Administration and as his degrees onher. h was honored been vast was attested not onl
with charred splinters of wood gress, in 1935 she founded the special adviser on minority' a- with wards by private U.S. or- by the honors bestowed n her
and used the juice of mashed National Council' of Negro Wo- fairs. Once when she visited ganizations and was decorated during. life but by 'the many trn-
ekkrberrks for ink. men of which she was president him at the Executive Mansion by thrge foreign -governments. butes paid when she died,. The.
Later this indonutable woman until her retirement in 1949. the President told her, "I am she retired as president "New Yor Herald Tribune,"
bought a dumping ground for a This federation is now composed always glad to see you, Mrs Be- of thg Council of Negro Women, for example, said: "In Mary Mc-
small down-pa ment and built a of 22 national organizations and Ihune,. for you always come ask- Dr Bethune said, 'My purpose Leod Bethune s death the Nero
school with discarded material 36 local councils. ing help for others never for now is to give myself as fully race has lost a valiant leader
Scontrbuted labor The yourself", as I can to uniting women of who served with uncommon dis-
an contribute labor. The yoursf. c America' and of the world, to tinction. More than that, the;
school was able to expand as As'a leader in the Council and President Hprry S. Truman America and of the world, to nction. More than that, the
she secured money and' counsel other organizations, including named her as an associate con- that universal sisterhood whole country has lost a great
,oin botb white and Negro bac- the National Association for the sultant to the U.S. delegation at which is so important, so that American. The example of her
kers. Advancement of Colored People, the founding of the United .Na- women of every race-, every life is a lasting inspiration for
International- Council of Women tions and as one of his personal creed, every color can work to- every citizen."
1i 1923 the school \.usi merged of the Darker Races, National representatives at a Presidential
with a men's college, Cuokman Council of Church -Women and inauguration in Liberia.
Institute, and became Bethune- National Urban League, she ex- Although this remarkable wo-
C.okman College with tis Be- c-rted a powerful in flu ence -
thne serving a, president until against racial discrimination and CACIOUE ISLAND. -
EhI? retired in 19.12 A progrtssi- for interracial cooperation Dr. "IBO BEACH"
c-, co-educational institution, 1t Bethune has been called "one of ONLY- 30 MsINaUTES m
now has an enrollment of more the most potent factors in th FROM PORT-AU-PRINCE
than 600 students and a.41-mem- growth of inferiacial goodwill in ENTRY (INCLUDING
ber faculty. America." ROUND-TRIP
A courtly,.' capable and color- BOAT
AlthoughI thI I',clege as al- ul fhg'ire, she was a friend of TRANSPORTATION)
,. ,.s uppermost in her mind. he high and humble of both ra- ONLY $1.00
, 's Bethune ajo, served hier ces. She served President Fian- Children 50 Cents
Private Dressing Rooms
people in mnan other wa:s. .,n- klin D. Roosevelt as director of White Sand Beach
Fine Restaurant',nd Snack Bar
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SUNDAY JANUARY 8th '61
"HAITI SUN "
CAPITAL CITY CHURNED INTO State Floats $2,000,000
MANHATTAN ISLAND FOR A DAY Bond Issue T'o Pay
Colorful American tourists and Commander George Croisille of
crew men from the three largest- the -Liberte invited Tourist Mi- A two million dollar bond issue
v..inter cruise-ships s t o m p e d nister Victor NeVerg Constant, to defray debts incurred by the
ashore December 30th aMnd gave French Ambassador Le Genissel, State with local business con-
the Capital city 'the air of Man- Transport officials and newsmen cerns was promulgated by an
tiattan Island. to inspect the giant Atlantic ve- official decree last month. The
With the visit to Port of the teran the afternoon .of its visit. bonds will apply to debts out-
SS. Liberte of the Transatlantic Commander Croisille personal- standing from October 1, 1950
Line, the Nieuw Amsterdam of ly led the Tour of his ship. The to September 30th 1959.
ihe Holland Amerika Line, and v-isitors were treated to three do.- Government creditors certified
Cunard's Mauretania coinciding, cumentary films on the birth of by the High Court of Accounts
the peaceful bay .was turned into France's new' Queen of the Sea's. will receive their delayed pay-
,I fothy sea by dozens of Laun- The liner "France" longest Ves- ment in bonds of corresponding
dies ferrying tourist to and from sel afloat was launched last year value.
shore while every bum boat and is presently- being prepared The bonds which will mature
v.ith a bottom to it was thrown -for service is today the pride over a five year period commen-
into services by -the mahogany of France and her building in- crng in the present fiscal year
vendors s and coin divers. dustry. 1961-62 will be issued at par in
The deluge of Bermuda short- units of 5,000, 1,000, 500, 100, 50
set on the city drew complains Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres gourdes.
from many of the proprietors of -vere_served guests in the Euro-
tourist starved tourist shops who -pean cafe where Tourist Minister The bonds freely transferable
declared- there were too many Victor Nevers Constant thanked and payable to- the bearer will
to handle in one day' An esti- Commander Groisille for his carry 5 per cent annum interest,
mated four to five thousand hospitality, paid tribute to the payable each six months at the
came ashore. Company and France's Maritime National Bank of, Haiti.
Mr Gerard Vital local agent endeavor with the launching of Provision of reimbursement
lor the Transatlantic Line and the luxury Liner "France." and interest will be forseen in
the general budget until the is-
-sue is completely paid.
State creditors who may refuse
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SO FoCITINGLY DIFFERENT"' FOUL' WORDS,
PAA's Jean aurel
Pan American World Airways
announces the appointment of
Mr Jean E. Saurel to its mana-
gement staff as "Sales Promo-
tion Representative" in Haiti.
Mr Saurel who was born in
Port au Prince in 1929 has been
employed by PAA for the past
six years as a Traffic-Sales Re-
presentative in their district Re-
servations and ticket office.
Mr Saurel is being promoted to
the position formerly held by
Mr Christian R. Germain who is
leaving the employ of Pan Ame-
rican to pursue other interest.
Port au Prince January 3, 1961.
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- SUNDAY JANUARY 8th '61
RELIGIOUS ARTS CONTEST CONCLUDED
BY SALON DES ARTS
Many of Haiti's top artists with considerable success and
competed recently in the Reli- support from the public ol Port
gious Arts Contest organized by
the Minister-of National Educa-
tion, The Rev. Hubert Papailler,
with two pries awarded by the
Salon des Arts.
The winners of the prizes of-
fered by the Salon des Arts Di-
rector, Mr. Andre Galliano, were
Milziade Derusier with his pain-
ling "Christ for All" and "Adam
and Eve" by Daniel Lafontant.
Paintings were selected by a
jury who first chose 15 works
and on a final deliberation of
subject, design, color and pers-
pective, placed as top prize win-
ner the work of Derosier with
Lafontaat taking second place.
Those composing the panel of
judges were: Mme Leslie Mani-
gat, Mrs Pierre Blain, Aubelin
Jolicoeur and Andre Galliano.
The competition lasted over a
period of two months and met
au "Prince. Following' the conclu-
sion of judging a member of the
panel stated "it would be very
desirable if this evept, which
the direction hopes to stage -an-
nually,' attracted in the future,
in a concrete manner, all those
interested in Art and religion.,
"Tiis collective effort by Hai-
tian artists and the direction of
the Salon des Arts is a big en-
couragement to this country's
The spokesman extended his
thanks to the Rev. Hubert Pa-
pailler who graciously patroniz-
ed the contest, to members of
the jury and to the local news-
papers. Thanks were also exten-
ded to Mr. Lucien Monnin who
introduced participating contest
artists to a large audience over
the local TV network.
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Decree Concerning Liquor
Dr FRANCOIS DUVALIER Article 2--The application of -On each liter or fraction of a
President of the Republic article 3 of the Law of Decemb- liter of imported Spirituous li-
-In view of articles 66, 90, 14 er 17, 1959 creating a Special quor containing alcohol 'blow 20
and 154 of the Constitution; fund called'"Special Investment degrees Cartier: Gourdes 0.60
In view of the Law of. Septem- Account",' is suspended uiftil -.($0;12)t .
ber 4, 1905 concerning customs; September. 30, 1961 for the arti- On each lter or ftactioii of a
In view of the Law of July 26, eles defendd in paragi-aphs 500, liter containing alcohdl--above 20
1926 concerning the customs ta- 1004, 1005, 1006, 1011, 1012,-110i, degrees. C arti er. Gourde 0,90
riff as well as every- other de- 1102, 1202, 1203, 1662, 166,4 2306, ($0.18).
cree-Jaw and decree in force con- 2309, 8085, 8086, 8089, 8090, -11043 Article 4:-As circumstances
cerning this. tariff; a, U1046, 12303, 12308, 12310, 12- may demand, -the 'President
In view of the Law of Novem- 429.and 12430 of the customs ta- may, uponi report of the Minister
ber 6, 1959 establishing an excise riff in force. of Finances, modify. by Decree,
tax onrL luxury food products; such provisions of this Decree
In view of the Law of Decem- Article 3.-The. applications of for the development of tourism
ber 14, 1959 amending the legi-.-. paragraphs 3 and 4 of article 9 in Haiti. .
lation concerning the alcohol, 'of the Law of Deeiber'. 14, 1959 Article 5.-This Decree abrid-
wine and tobacco industries; conternidg t hle'alc6hol, "Indus- ges -every Law or provision of
In siew of the Law of Decem- tries, is suspended until Septemn- law., every Decree and detree-
ber 17, 1959 creating a special ber 30,: 1961h'16? the-articles tde- law oi 'provision of fDecree' and
fund, called, "Special Invest- fined in paragraphs' 12303. ard of Decree-law -to the contrary'
orient Account"; 12308 of the' customs tariff in and will be carried out dat..the
S- force.. diligence of the Ministers of Tou-
In view of the decree of -the 1 Th90 g 'pr.iio o" rism, Finances, and Corimerce.
Legislative .of August 17, 1960 tide 22- (paragraph i mf 4'of i-id Industry as appropriate.
suspe d i ag the constitutional the Law of August 5 published in Given at the National Palace,
guarantees prescribed in arts. 90 le Journal "Le Moniteur", num- at Port au Prince-on December
& 8th paragraphs, 94-,.139, 143 bers 72 and 76 of September 10 14, 1960, 157th Year of Indepen-
and 146 of the Consti t u tion .
and 24, 1931 are restored in for- dence.
and according full Powers to the Dr. Francois DUVAIER
Chief of the Executive Branch ce: ... r
for the nurn s n f taking All ..... ="
pt l prp Up e ot a ng an
measures which- he judges ne-
cessary.. to- restore our public
finances toa health and to strai-
ghten out the general econorny
of the country, for a period of
six (6) months; ,
SConsidering that it is the task
of the State to promote the tou-
rist Industry and to improve the
Considering that. it is impor-
tant to accord. easy_ terms to
foreign visitors by --exonerating
them fromr.'the taxes and fees
prescribed by the laws cited
above; .- ."
Based on the report of the- Mi-
nister of Tourism, -Finances an(d
Commerce and Industry;
'. -. .. ~
j', V "
And other consideration of the
THURSDAY "Night Oi -Love.- Minsteria Council; -
liness" Fashion 'Show .DECREES:
FRIDAY "Eva & Ernst's" Spe- Articl~' 1--The application, of
cial Dance Party With "La article.3 of .the Law of Novem-
Petite Jo" ber 6, 1957 establishing an ex- -
SATURDAY "Ia Ronde" Night cise ta-x on luxury. food 'products .
Club With Gala Floor Show is suspended untilSeptember 30. __ ,. 1-
SUNDAY -Orchestre Coumbite 1961 for the articles defined in. .ai A -" '"-" if
SUNDAY-Orchestre Coumbite paragraphs 12429 and 12430 of t doi t act .
Antd Game 1Nig the customs tar iff in force uI d o* don e.-J.-,1
iispoif do ddi a r6d-
Lunch Dine Have Cocktails -.,. u -stUfl-. In 4
By The SEA-SIDE Super'Cyshion-Sah. Chamrs".
KYONA BEACH _,P pert 'rabsordber;h.- -
YONA- u1 EA Vous ar mon6s d- piw
'plat,. et noins de d61aispa' .-e
-00- Gonsruc. Grip-is
DEEP-SEA FISHING EXCURSIONS oo- a Tmi
Swim, Spearfish, Sndrkle, Water-Ski <7 -' iio.-ab.ui.-.. .
And Sail In Safe :Coastal -
Waters From, Ky.na -
.HAVE YOUIM PARTY AT KYONA o"
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pair o Mtesresadte Agetdsrbtoi fCrs-gs ra atr.euyPe
e FR 6ue~ th.~sdNT fbs'e and OnEhnje xethdpeied on- C of atCNoe, exe- ovesGrea in theNrh Deut aPierreo
Republic,'''~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~-~ue treeave inrsmy:h eutws ,0 ondt epi L on ftv~pgrade i.the AC.S. caliis, ther gues some broth
sens .thi yer .ecase o tbs, angngfro biy de wako pp aid geift has beecn' ecare
zy~~~~tt&"ih Chief! appointt-am loca tootdrnscltig acrin onfatop aste pla s-Snti o Ptem to :Cain atow ns easeo h
e, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~f Cubae wat-t os~et unr St .VSmTi~ deo M alo rtoin 10,ase' i pracicll cofSmonetdbacodioofherd.Mnt
Hait, wh suefyded t I En g .t sal 'rIf ocaloe.nthe dux .pday. Bogeaecmetl ioaed
anh jjie tiame Variips of G uana theoo Hicifan s isoonb egan co- 6f-u4i- Wb- k 'Cr D i er Scoo received
thse-0Nava. _upl De Ie 'i almostietto 't A brde.omeiin ewe
f Mr Fun ri 18hool c l ec tin s fo, fnil iesadd ritio -1&6 tbniait s 'The. gweaY, i .thiesr 'ut p art auPincien bd Carpon Ha ow the cofek croplo
[stma w ifeso-h rsents' o ohr-tof i 'im Epsoamhmc dithitve' is expected preide U bio Chle-ophtingel thex oav.erie in te ourth.' Inaciewties
dRepuli Tis yfear Chryceistmas CThei~ld of-b Yod SoCritm n omner. ietedy fJnay ekspsto1i oe rtae
send~~~~'-O theaig,~o calititeso'E~ki there. ona Ctlli t. he ro soal om i-* *.' Agny C an etert isiome bas.
senan -athois yard b oea se a, 'of hdit h "te oiluys JanWharanging-B, cre ones e-foroizdmuie heminsihteengint
-,li -fra "'''d d.h _jr -Ele I i on ad ent Ipl "anhz Iie ra T-sdy fo~ left, .nuua bupta r they ucan't the carrie
'je t .ff u antaei nplmit, Baa 0' chiden's dolfothpg: Hacdi oif tre(tlgk ino h p Ynral fty.oirfrne.. ii
y Chief Tousad dyChde.erty JonR ~ oh, matoni pat Lodg nt of7MNIE P ted tomintownslbecaseve thuded
e, Cuv,Nyanted o io-"Gu -ry 1 1 measure aidg ofN ta town lount Col. 6, atei y, exand erG bLe condition. th rod. Mot
il~ua 0,k sptvsla -mch en it n -th nex days.tI~d a
-Saer sTIal rri'oerl d Bogn ar copetl isltd
hief-~ TJamAV ValT:OInaa,te, ta
Nava Suply Deot e mst rom entto st A ride cmpltit ee
na promooe theg Uno lb-or
dood e Ic) YO~ttcat dIfit- eies F av %c.y.be d- o ein c in. Tourism Factivitie
b bris liand poi erormin.gh da f tanronaree dsicldn ah
sen tohe, trCn Church,,r .rs 36711 orfscces *
od ]o O peao o v ne csm a rega driv gand Cand enea rtinage s itorese ,
n a n C a h o l c a r i r~ t s t n e r q h eas g l i i r i n fcl u e : e an y L u i a P re-tB i g o f l eg r o o m W e re g ui o d e t h mnd t o ig h t s e n i nr t he x
plai,,-at-he Bse a~c.. ellrlI ahM ezk Vice lastTsd fonh inauura- Cau tlo ig dmaeal
siae dd picev oru em s throuou ut the boill
-.. .. A ..... .- .
SCHOOL REOPENING SET I .H This .k. .. .k.
-NI.EWLY- WEDS RUjRuN ..
(Continued from page 1) attend school) of the present de- JOELLE-MAR-TIN--- PATRICE'DE MATTEIS
the student strike and on Decem- cree.. ..
ber 1st, in a post-crisis gesture, Article Five continues that if Haitian Agronomist Marcel Joelle Martin "nd -Patrice De Mrs.Frederic" Martin regrettfil-
President Dr Francois Duvalier it is established that the children Dupuy flew to -the Congo Friday Matteis, mamriedin .Port au ly left Haiti and their i .nyfri-
ordered the release from prison confided to their care dispute as an-Expert of the U.N. (FAO). Princerecently, returmed-to-Hai- ends on Friday this ,week. for. a
of student Joseph Roney and his the good faith of the parents or Dr -Claude Stephen, a dentist ti this weekend fromh A-ahoney- new post in Mtadrid..f ir MIIartin.
18 fellow students. abandon or suspend their stu- and lawyer flew to Miami where moon in Puerto Rico. Theyl ere held the .position of ..Cultural At-
Schools are scheduled to re- dies; and if the director or the he will stay for three, months, mariaed at the-Sacre Codur, tache to the -Frehdh Embass.'
open with a new Director-Gene- professor is of foreign origin, he It's rumored that he went to The bride's .parents, Mr' and Aet.iover the past five years; .,s
ral of Education. He will be will be expelled by the Haitian Miami for his wedding. .- .. ---- '-::"- '.-'-'
*Mr Jean Monies Lefranc. In an- Government within 24 hours. ...... .
bouncing the reopening of pri- Dr. Clovis Kernizan, Rector of Mr J. H. Condon, Acting Exe-
mary and secondary schools this the State University, in a notice cutive Director of the .CaribbeaI
eek, Mr. Lefrane reminded published January 4th, informed Tourist Association announced
-"those whom it concerns" of ar- students that following the sol- the arrival of Mr A. F. Gonza-
ticles 4 and 5 of the Government licitation of the University ad- lei,, Jr. Advertising Promotion
decree issued on December 8th thorities it was decided that a Manager of the Reader's Digest.
last. suspension would be placed on Mr Gonzalez will be here o4 the
These two decrees stated: application measures recently 10th.
(Art. 4) Eery School Director taken by the Government and .
ust send in at the end of each relative to the reopening, of the Mrs Muriel Shindler ol the El
week the names and surnames superior schools and faculties. Rancho greeted Thursday after-
and addresses of all the absent Consequently, the re-enroll- noon a verygood friend Mrs
students to the Department of ment for courses is now placed Ffinces Kaplan, from New York.
National Education and the At- under the responsibility of thel Edna Katz and Jeanine Schwer-
torney General is. requested to Deans and Directors of the va- ner, two Psychiatric Social wor-
apply the application of the pre- rious schools and faculties. En- kers from Boston, Masis arrived.
sent decree. (Art. 51 Any Direct- rollment is opened to this effect here Monday with a recommen-
or, any teacher, of an establish- in each of the established so dation from Miss Irene Pierre
ment, public or private, Haitian informed. .. whd visited Haiti'-lat year. The
or Foreign, congregationist or The students, conluled Rec- tw "armf g ix .ladies stay-
laic, will be under the rigors of [or Kernizan, must, .upn enroll-led aL.lt Vidla:w Crje. 2ieanine
article 2 (which states the pos- meant, pledge to follow their Schwerner Who speaks French
sible fines and prison terms for courses regularly abd abstain was entranced with the Haitian
those persons responsible in the from all activities detremental jart.7 Ednad- Ialtlz s mostly in-
event of a student's failure to to pubhc order. k-.. tereste it ,'.ea tn sun.
T happy yo 9 coule retarded -o -aittis .eket",m
8 P.M. PUNCH BOWL AND DINNER honeymoon in Puerto Rco. its Do Mteiur Was of is
TERRIFIC FLOOR SHOW ",.e Martin.-
$5 PER COUPLE INCLUDING ....- BS i
RRFCFES T TOR -: .
Au -1 net "-ae G "..
FOR .. l n". w 4=
BETTER CAKES WITH N!ce "
T- w A "tRICA, nED "C
FOTRT -I "..- S'uRon. GAI eIAN PRO5 d
M l R E0 BUY HAITIAN ..R',-I .1. :T,;;*;,
"e P- --
... -'. -, -D-~~~~~~~~m.u.t.o.4" r.,n 0npr .esof. sa
Mr.,1' A.OIISH~ UTT-OfIgl Vlere, 0it -neu
-The ;,.eorge Slisk of, the.
Tait fo ana Ie weat or' te cmmeoraiti USOM to6,Haith--are back for ani
thi de wa fobs f Higa other7 f two. years jour of,. duty
e d'AfairMr Aek- Mt Bllie enkthl the after -a, vacation inPnmr n
r who.i ca e v plmai c.i Jun ygota;.. .Gale aargraves Of th,
frn M~to tendered at -the Pidardiht restau- USEbayreuedonth
Tetuig Charge. d'Afiai; rant in PetionvWll and WEtgtPnaaLn hs ekfo
wek n Prt u gve celdll arkat he Hothree-we soourn in the Canal
Zone. She, won all the "os
Pie'adits surrounds.:. His -tel' Solendid for inemxbers of the ra s"< teshpcmn bck
uded pstoips Tomest back.
anw perear o. the Spa
iEbas 'Europe trhie, 'mherneP
Lot 'nd wTh hs wife ls
mo0- h -n oreae uss
congratulationem sphr e- E
holiay .nPot u rn wt
hi Awfeand' Cagtr' uzeoorass dcr u
uatdo Iu an' yarrb oiay.a Eis the t us
h er re thi we. the; Spacttha
Emassynw a an het arirvedttere
fromeCanadteac wth.. his wife last
montiehw.l Tret:cur ried gosudest HAT FI T AG NS ER IO
at Jmthe cfa thisa. week Haftrpen,
J in the hems vcaispwihheresc
faily heed oelRveai
.*4~~ gon lou os4ueu g
Tifomed Mchsine 9andextro e
'oidaysrin Porthau.s Prine bee
'hisbifed obed an aug ttratzive onns 0som0WRAM PLUSs o n
a!bsett ng. Caib Itasooe o
iday.~h Haiti TM;( Qikuek
tor MHalel reetuarne d to- or
'Hii nowrhas' a heat atieterik id e
r ,ecals the fat thatn t geg the tr
do cannot lthel cIent' N r RTon TonsNrd
introduceda peonyte poat, 35 Wes f
Jesse Ewalda retrh~ t te astuio
..in Jamic thai, week afte L OpPOGnS
goo aloqu Aa ucetpven
ew~~trat cutoer. ctaPRSNew lightinHg,' Rih
Wkj reomd ciieln xtro
ineir toc-p hav -been-emrabelid Es
cobndt bed-a atatvctm o ns" o
MrER ecae. HtTI 'and .led seln
Ven Cahein NidnaM
-.)aNrEe aree IME AMERICAN oesntries. e
nee&Of noSNES theia quick cooing Pel eosy
hee F > ee RE
fo- the 4thoio n aT I
4>W97 kalo levsh>4 N"UW-,fE ,OPORS
ig~~~4 44>* i~~n4, _;So
-C~sino I: S~j'N ES-S-
In Haiti This Week .. .
-Miss Marie ouise Holton a proe *hio is
staying a month at the Sans Souci te : '
Sudy om the 'BIANCA C i Ittlian I t e ship hired
I, by't iticCrise Linee of tani )dintarlin the Port
: 400 dealers of the Tuppertikare Home P f oes co r ando, Fla,
in an incentive trip 'offered by the Company. A convention was
held on board of thg. Bianca C during the trip. The Ag -
delle! ,. telpi"ns here for. the T.. p. d
M .r i- es, A k the Co,"dny h ..w ,
to Mr Pierre Chauvet, President of the Agence Citadelle, that the
visit in Haiti was the highlight of the whole trip.
-Mrs Zulma S. Parker, a prominent painter of Woodstock. New
York arrived here this week for four months at the Hotel, Excelsior.
--A party including financier William Merkle Jr., President of
the Commercial Bank, Clemard Joseph Charles, Vice-President
Director of the C.B. and financiers. Pat McGill, Gerald Connell)
Jr., greeted here this week at the Bowen Field Mr Don E. Renne,'
Financier and Director of Public Works in Kansas City, Missouri,'
his wife WauneLa and daughter Michon Susanne. They 4re guests'
at the Montana. -Mrs Lou Davidson flew to New York this week
to join her husband in view-to go to Washington, D.C. to attend
the celebrations for the inauguration of Kennedy's office.
-Stunning red head Joan Marilyn Adams, an Air Hostess o'
Las Vegas, Nevada arrived here this %eek in company with Bil
Robert Tomcrlin, Manager of the Golden Hotel in Reno, Nevad-i
They stopped a[ the Riviera International.
-Globe Trotter At Noustas. President of HADAT (Haitian Aine
r.can Development and Trade) including La Belle Creole here a-
hi New York, Le Perchoir Restaurant, and La Belle Creole 'tlec
rationale, a service which facilitates visitors with liquors bough
;.t .La Belle C'etblc.
-Dr Norman P. Rolenberg, a surgeon orthopedist of Los An
geles arrived here Friday with his beautiful artist wife Pola, for
a three day visit at the Hotel Sans Souci. Dr. Rotenberg, originally
from St Louis, Mo. has made his 3 year orthopedic residence al
-Dr!.MahfinjA: Qeeiginow. a
physicin df ChtnadoP'Calilornia is
currently visiting here with'.his
wife IAnore Pauline. They are
guests at the Montana,
--Captain Fritz Hodgsbn,* 'of
the Haitian Coast Guard flew to
San Diego, California early this
week ot three month training
-in welding' and workshop parc-
" -Ravissante" Helena Louise
Melnick arrived here Thursday
a a.y .:ry9
,Sun4~y Isaitry',5*:, 10(3
ptorningr him company with. her
another' i-Ms Carol- R. -ielnick
arnd Mrs Doris Raybin Snyder
bf New York. They afe staying
two weeks at the Hotel Ibo Lele.
Helena does -TV and movie
works for. the Roger Wade Pro-
ductions in New York. She, had
been repominended here by Bill
-David who visits Haiti every'
-Mr Rene Costa de Baure-.
gard, regional Director of Air
L71JLILA VA d .- .,. i t ..I' i ... ... .| "
NEW CAT NO
SERIES F TRAXCA
f"l 'm-.. : z
,. a .
the Hospital for Joint diseases of New York where he knew Dr. J -
X astey Parisien. who was also doing his residence in the same u :
SHeld in 1958. Dr. Rotenberg and his wife have visited Dr and Mrs 3
Vastey Parisien in their home at Rue Capois. 4 "Ba. ''''' .. *Eariam --it,..
Artist Pola Rotenberg is a sculptor, 'she works with-clay. -This ev tl a .w.s .u .. w.
Gerni b6dn artistt has shown a great interest for the art in -
Haiti: music, dance, painting and sculpture. She wishes she could C,,-U d et a ep.e.d o" 9'-
stay here longer to start painting. She dances the"Hkitian mnerin-A .1Bet
gue with the gracefulness of Terpsichore --:the Greek Muse ol f.st Series F... a laJ cj yd. bucket dufion N 933 e
Dance- Norman and Pola have visited the famed sculptor Andre;' .W bn eero -ning engine getv.S veeda. ,i~
V Dimanche, at 169 Rue Capois, and were thrilled with the Jasmnij Ij Q-f-l. j '' e .- y-
Joseph's Clay works. te 'aln.. ."MC -
--Master Sergent Edward C. D. Shaw, -Administrative NCO i. Operator conveniences malbh eat-`PO .r.!.,
cliarge for'the Naval Mission here arrived Thursday afternodn will: ". ae incy n Pliety l e g :j-,f.7 a' ndeAp
wife ffacqueline and 11 year old son Raymond Edward. o om ies up'tO
-Lieutenant Louis E. PeUetier, of the U.S. Navy .erearrive c scat Conivenent ntiCOOls n-.
tile same day. A ;,-f' g otxols "Oprator can putt s... n.aa f,
'"Bopita';- Leticia J. viuda de Rivero. of Mexico; arrived;,,her .- ... ...: i
IThursday with husband to be merchant Gustavo Spinolo. The wq r with less ft and ~scnss your load andv i .
slo.pped atthe Riviera. international. .. eicien. '::. '" : equeient 'th! Ca
-Newly weds Arthur and Barbara Gould arrived liere early this ..
week to spend their .honymodb ,at 1'he,'Caciqtu'e laind IbBeach '
Arthur is an Attorney from Washington, D.C. Arthur'and his lovely ".
oM"e wfr'e:made a.stqp athe.Grand .dtdl'1 ofto do. .o. flying *
thom yester ay. .' .""AY f"&'TR""OR Bi '-.. "" .-'k ,".'
:FOR EVE R CA10 TE
,SHOES. w $ I 1.'
France in: New-YorklAfr Plee1
Mulot,' inspector' of A 4igFran.|,-
also in New York, pdI'%.Pi-
re B. Lacombe,! R4i esitatVe
o Air France in Puerto Rico*arz
rived here to iniugrat te.
France Office-in Pott-ail Prin
The inauguration tools -plae ~t
turday afternoon. at -. a
Office on Rue du Cente r
followed .by. party ',"'."
6.'to 8' at the Montana, IIe... .
visitdrs are guests at tliw']..
lana Hotel. ,
n*& L **
, .. *
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