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Haiti sun ( February 12, 1961 )

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Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: February 12, 1961

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
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00298

Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00015023/00001

Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: February 12, 1961

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."

Record Information

Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00298

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Weekly
Every
Sunday


Hiaii


Il iOc


PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avenue Mayrie-Jeaime -- CITE DUMIARSAIS ESTIME Phone 2061 Vol XIV Sunday, February 12th 19:I -- No. 15


En


Avant,


MARDI


GRAS!


$740,000 To
Wipe Out Top
Haiti Killer

Malaria, the greatest threat to
health in Haiti. may be wiped
out within the foreseeable future
as a result of a country-wide
malaria eradication program
agreed today 6y Ilaitian and
.merican officials.

Dr Carlos Boulos, Minister of
Public Health, and Mr Earl Fin-
nie, Director of Point IV in Hai-
ti signed an agreement today in
the presence of American Am-
bassador Robert Newbegin. The
5740,000 funds for the program,
expected to stay ,soo:l, was pro-
.ided by the American govern-
ment. as part of its contribution
to a world-wide malaria eradi-
.cation effort. The World Health
'OrgiWzan tioOi VArican Sa-
niary Bu .ted Na-
t i on 4 ..hildrens


ITALIANS ON
IN HAITIAN


LOCATION
VILLAGE


3Days Carnival:Parade

Begins At Hotel de Ville

3pm Today


Stadium Sylvio Cator
Rocks To Competing
Meringue Bands
Sixteen Carnival bands, aided
by hundreds of dancing' figures.
poured out the latest Meringue
strains for an estimated crowd
of 20.000 and cash prizes for the
hit Mardi Gras Meringue at Sta-
dium Syl'io Cator Monday night.
From 7:30pm to close to 11pm
the football stadium reverberat-
ed from a continuous stream of
foot tapping melodies aimed at
(Confirc.!d on p::ge 13)


STAB MELCHOIR DE LA GUY (Calvin Lochart) and MDolres
(Sheila Gibson) in a scene frori the film "PELLED DI MIELL.IE"
in a village near Cap Haltien. -


E ny Fnd' upp talians End Film Shooting
technical directors, materials,
and supplies. DEPART FOR GRENADA & TRINIDAD
Shooting of the color snd c'- Although most of the h'fm was
An estimated 450 persons will nemascope movie "Pe' e '1 shot in areas around Cap Iliiti-
conduct the campaign. ~hey will Mielle" was completed in F .cn. the last scenes were filmed
visit malarious regions all over au Prince today by the it:alir he re in the Capital's nigh' clubs
the country by jeep, horse, bur- Film Company which will no Ivnd on Harry S. Truman Boile-
ro, or on foot, and spray every go t6 Trinidad and Grenada fc r ard.
(Continued an page 9) closing scenes, (Continued on page 19)
-- -- -

President Replies To Students:


Comrades Write Letter


Group Of Students
Received At Palace
His Excellency the Presjdent
of the. Republic, Dr. Francois
Duvaller, received Tuesday in
private audience at 11:45am, a
group studentss in the presen-
tr of the Under-Secretary of
State, Mr Georges Figaro.
A speech was pronounced by
a spokesman of the group to
which President Duvalier Intri'
replied.

In the name of the group, one
of the students pronounced there
following allocution:
"Monsieur the President,
We wish first to thank your
I'e.lllency for having accorded
is this interview despite your
numerous and important preoc- I
*upations. I .
We consider this favor as an- ;
other proof of interest that 3ou
ave evdenced to the youth. .
(Continued on p.ige 1IS


President's Improvised
Speech
Happ.; I am happy as I'm
always happy when I'm faced
with youth.

I ha\e taken notice of these
words fallen from your lips. The
government w, h i c h emanatel
romn the people could not but
protect the intellectual youth.
They slanted to consider some
ot its acts as acts otf weakness.
No. I have really iail that not
one hair should fall from the
lrhed of a stnlent.

If an inte;lectnal like me. ;
nian who has lively amongst
books, who hlas leit the books Ii
come and -.acrilice himself at
the head of the country; if a
man like me does not protect
youth, it would be a paradox.
I shall protect youth, cen 1 I
yontlh n certain part of it, J
(Continued on pagi' ii


Declarations Of
Dr. Verna and
Fritz Hyppolite
Followers of political event'
in Haiti were jolted by tI p.0
blication of a fac-similekafJ
leller, in Monday evening's Ie
Not' elliste. eo:nitining declara-
tons of Dr Joseph prna and
Fritz Hyppolite in !he ianne or
the "Parti d'Entente Populaire".
The text of the letter was car-
ried by the daily ne s-iupers I.e
Matin and Haiti Jourral under
the headline "Auto',r di Maon-

appeared as follows:
Port an Prince, February 4th.
1961.

I the under signed, Dr Joseph
Ierna, resident doctor at Grand
Bois. certify that I have solcitf-
ed, of my own free will, without
pressure and with all my full
ucidity, from the superior nn-
(Continued on page 6s


Haiti's 23 Man Team
Selected For'
Costa Rica Soccer
Championships
Haiti'. went, -t:".-ce man soc-
cer team, to play in the foot-
balt-championships at Costa Ri-
ca, 'was announced Friday night
during a fete arranged at the
Palladium night club "r. provide
funds for -(he team's tour.
Those selected to represent
Haiti are. Vertus. Leconte. Vic-
tor. Faublas. Beaubrun, Cadet,
Crispin, Desire. Blaise. Morin,
Limaee, Hallaby. Coby:. Wilson.
Delpeche. Pierre Lucien. G1ly
St-Vil, Champagne, c o q .
Desrosiers, Chardin. Singer and
Mardi.

Football Federation Pr:,;dent
Ge rwE Rouzier made tt-. an-
(Continued on p'i'i' 19)


KING DECLARbE
With arns extended, a portly
Mardi Gras King announced
"Carnival for 1961 is open from
-now on" and thus heralded in
commencement of this year's
pre-Easter festivities on hMundlay
night. Since then Carnival has
been on the upswing and the
riotous gatherings last night
proved that '61 is goine to a
Mardi Gras year to be remem-
bered.
It was Jean Claude Molestir.e
Andre, Carnival King for this
year, who made the viTal ar-
(Continued on page 19)

MACAYA ROI


"Baron Samdi" leaning against
his cross, on "ir ***[ *- r the
folklore spectac:-. "M *raya
Roi" (See story en prc 8 I)


PRIDE OF THE ZIM LINE
RSALEM FLOATING PLOT OF ISR.AEL


VC 7


" --, -- '*' ,


'llhe 10,000 ton aircondtitioned Zinm Flag-ship '-.as used by) Israel
Ambassador for fashionable cocktail party (See story Ipge 3)


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"HAITI SUN"


Sunday :Februar3 12th, 1961


In Haiti This week


AS RECOUNTED


BY

-.- AUBELIN IOLICOEUR



-- Howard -and Rosalind Schneid down from snowbound Westport
C -'i. for tleir sixth year. Howni owns the KLEIN's store ti-ere.
His 'tavissante femme" Rosalind is a talented painter. The,' are
slai\ng three weeks at the Gingeibread Palace.
-Nat Ruben, of the N. S. Me..r, Inc which manufacture. ndli-
tar\ ..nd naval uniform equipment is taken here under th" good
caie of Major Charles Turnier, Executive Officer for the Ilead-
qu.irler of the Haitian.Army. Nat and Charles are good ltiends,
thl-y met in New York when Charles was a Captaii there
for the Haitian military Mission. The Haitian Government buys
uniform equipment from the N. S MEYER, INC.
Nat A. Ruben is traveling along with his Secretary, Miss Agnes
Olson. They are guests at the El Rancho.

--Mrs Robert Butler, former Anna Egerton Gardner, of War-r.:m-
ton. North Carolina arrived here last weekend in company will
Mrs Katherine P. Conway, also from Warrenton. The two ladies
spent four days at the Ibo Lele Hotel. Mrs Apnna Butler prinmised
to convince her husband, an auctionary in Real Estate, to ;iccorn.
pany her on the next trip to see this beautiful Island.
-Dr Rhindall Assad, President of the Hotel Villa Creole gr'eted
ii.d:ay Mrs .Carol Seeman from Connecticut. Mrs Seeman .:as
s-ired here two days later by her husband.
-Lieutenants Marceau Eloge Michel and Roger Maignan, pilots
c.f the "Corps d'Aviation des F.A.d'H." flew to San Antonii. Texas.
-day last to study instrument flight at the Lackland Air Force
P.se and Reese Air Force Base. They will spend four' months
;i Lackland and two at Reese.

-Mr Pobert Irving. a distinguished orchestra Cond.ucr'. of' L .
.. York City ballet and Opera Company is current -''r st V'
ti Grand Hotel Oloffson. Mr Irving is a Britisl resident in ?.r.-.
'.ni'k. He is originally from Winchester, England.

-Yo'ng Hotel Tycoon Irwin Fields and his beautiful w'.i'e iii-
Sstopped here last week in a cruise on board of the Stale.rid:-
]lUin and Siirley v;sited Haiti five years ago shortly aitec' t:;.i;
v.edding, and were taken about town and country by the Fl-'ili'-
PelE.!ions of the Tourist Office. Now. Irwin and Shirle:.' .r- the
p'oid parents of three beautiful girls. The Fields sold their Bis-
-casre Terrace Hotel in Miami and have a chain of hotc-l inptb
L' S imning which them the Governor Clinton Hotel of New Vi.
Sloe Fields u-re travelling along with Marvin Miller, a 'lilesaler
in, building material and his lovely wive Beverly from Harr'
NI v. York. Bill Levinson, Travel Editor of the Americaa We
r.,.-gazine and his "charmante femme" Patty. .-

-E.unday morning. Harry Rifchin accompanied the Head of th(
L OiJ. Mr Earl O. Finnie with the Troubadours of the H(ole; Vill:,
Cl-o'r. to the Airport Mr Finnie was expecting ius wife whln \wa
srppo.ed to alive fiom Washington. D.C. but she could not niaki
it Sh- arrived the next day and missed the warm welcu.mie plan-
i-ld for hre by Harry Rifchin. Mrs Earl O. Finnie. former Cariol
S:ncli;r of South Dakota said that she is happy beyond whlrds to
bo bqrc' in Haiti. She came here for the first time in 19;7 ihen
her l-i.uband was sent to Haiti for a two year term with the Sanit-
ary Mission and had for assistant Dr Francois Duvalier.

-Dr Scherer Adrien. a noted surgeon of the Polyclinic rf the
Rue du Dr Audain flew to Geneva, Switzerland via New York
Sirday morning. He was hired by the World Health Organi?artin
t-. world: ac the Head the surgery Department of a losiii;il in
,rio. He will stay two months in Switzerland before ioliin in.,
post in Africa. His contract is for a year.


TRU ILLO'S SON
AND JOHNNY
GARCIA VISIT
CAPITAL

General Abbes Johnny Garcia
of the Dominican Armed Forces
and Radames Trujillo. son of
the Generalissimo, R. L. Tru-
jillo y olina, were here' in
tr&nsii this \eek,' according to
the newspaper Le Matin. Mr.
Abbes Garcia is the forme[ fa-
ntous Dominican Security Chief.


Bishop Paul Jn-Marie
Robert Here At Papal
Nuncio's Residence

Fifty-seven-year-old Mgr Paul
Jean-Marie Robert, who was to
celebrate 25 years as Bishop of
Gonaives, was obliged to leave
that city last Friday night and
take up residence. in the Capi-
tal at the home of the Papal
Nuncio Mgr. Giovani Ferrofino.

A mob of demonstrators, calling
for the ousting of Mgr Robert,
helped themselves to the con-
tents of the Bishopty's ware-
house. A Breton. Bishop Robert
was driven to the .Capital by
the district Army Commander.


In Haiti This Week


Mr. Robert Newbegin, thle US
Ambassador to Haiti, made his
first visit to the Artibonie V'al-
ley Friday tId view the ODVA
work being carried out there.
During his tour the Am'..assa-
dor attended the inauguration of
the Tomato Plant built by the
ODVA near the main Norrthern
Highway. The plant will b'e 'eed


for canning tomatoes and iimak-
ing ketchup a commodity
which Haiti imports subs' intial-
ly annually, Freezing ch mhers
are also located at the to.naq[
plant -and it is hoped -Iri e
near future to begin the ( Af
station of vegetables wlhi w.AL
be prepared by Haitian vwor'lrs
at the plant site.


WLD. Affairs Council Member Visits Here -

,Mrs Ruth Weir killer an cx- Ellis of the U.S. Embass'. Mrs
ecutive of the World Affairs Weir-Miller was introduced to
Council. flew to Port from Phi- Port au Prince at a 7pm t 09
ladelphia this week for a seven pm party in the Ellis' rotidoli
day visit with Mr and Mis Bill Villa last night.







"Soaping" dulls hair.

1 Halo glorifies it!


-A party of four of the BBC
TV NewrePl of London irrried
Monday and was greet-ld by Le-
rard Celifie of the Southerland
Tours. The party inrlldes ine
Production Assistant of the BBC
TV News. Peter W. Battv, the
News Reporter James V. Rob-
ertson, the camera mimn Syed
7. Abbas and- the Souril Einan-
er Joseph P Newitt. Thei drli.ve g _"
to Cap Hailien Mondyiv aiter-
noon and were back here the
next day, for a five days at the
Sans Souci Hotel. They have i
filmed various subjects for Ihe
BBC TV Ne'\sreel in the Carih.
bean. and left yesterday. "
-On board of a two engine 1 0.
NANZA IBetsy's Dirty Bitdi ar-
ricd Dr H. Mac Vandivier., and .
Dr Archie Dillard of til- Mc-uco
Inc. The plane iwas pilitd by.
Miss Betty W. McNal'l: a :;le-
-Wal record librarian.Not a soap. not q
assarte blonde" 'iIrtd Ro- cream- Hali cannot
:. ongtress on h ?rd of eave dulling, dirt-
the Jerusalem attended the catching soap film!
part- given by Ambass'idor Moi-
dekay Shneerson as gucsz il Iehe R f.'
beautiful wife of the rL,,tii:i. W a
dandruff from both hair Ic ". %
tlie Jarobsons Ilana iiaz made and slp! o h
plans to see much moie of
Poit au Prince on th. nx\t \i-
sit of the Jerusalem hner Yes. '%oaping" your liahr ill
even finest liq-.il or oilb criein
-Dr Emmanuel Voul..rop'ou- hampo.;os leave. flullinn,
los, of the MEDICO INC ii New dirt-cali:;n; film. Halo. Imarl
York is currently visiting hrre. ith a neo inlgreint. -nntakil.
no tnap, no nlick oil,.
He 'is on his second trip in six Thu, -Halo!.- ef' i. l, !,,.,!ir
weeks. Dr Voulgaropot; las vi- the 'verv first inue "' iw Ir.
sited the Medico operation c-n- Ask for Halo- .nurv'o
ter at St. Antoine's Hospital ol favorite shumpoc. tl..y.
Jeremie.
-Farrel William B'islhin'. Jr.
of the CBS in Grcenwhich. ('on
necticut and his v;ife Helen are Halo reveals the hidde
currently visiting here. They are'
guests at the Ibo Lele.


PAGE 2


U.S. AMBASSADOR VISITS ODVA
WORK IN ARTIBONITE








Sunday February 12th, 1961
------' --- --- :______._


PAGE 3


Ambassador Of Israel Entertains
On Floating "Plot" Of Israel


"Knowi ng that the SS Jerusa- 'rusalem is fully airconditioned.
Ic.m would be in Porl au Prince She spends the summer months
during my visit to Haiti, I de- on the Mediterranean run bet-
cided to give a party on "a plot ween Haifa and Marseille. SS
,:[ srael with the kind coopera- Jerusalem has a capacity for
non of the vessel's.Captain and total of 600 passengers but
:rew" stated Mr Shneersot carrIes only three hundred .on
Niordekay. Israel's Ambassador Aer winter Caribbean cruises
to Haiti, this.week. which ensures additional com-
Mr Mordekay, who resie-s in forts.
MeIxico City but pays frequent


Ssits to this country, entertain-
.d fellow diplomats, government
officials, members of the local
.Jewish colony and.,the press on-
board the Jerusalem, flagship
uf the Zim Line, on Monday eve-
ning. '
S Cruises Here
Malkng ive winter cruises to
Ilns port', the SS:-erusalem is
-n elegant 10,000 ton white liner
owned by the Israel Navigation
Co Sleek 'lined and with the
'Star of David colors on her fun-
nei the Jerusalem was constru-
i ed in G6rman shipyards in
v157 from reparatlon funds. She
, the Queen of the Zim Line
ind well worthy of the title.
Israel's-Zim Line has, since
[s inception 15 years ago,
-Iroutud from a single 1,000 ton
'.essel to a total of thirty-eight
lips, and a half a million
Ains. The Jerusalem will have
competition in tihe near future F
from the-- Moledeth, due to be
hunched.in four months, and the
?,.000 ton King. Salomon which i
i.ill be completed in the French I
shipyards in 1963 and will be f
itlized on the Transatlantic run.
As with her sistcrships the Je-


4TTHE


O D


SALES C(


nes "to ships has been the trans-
ition for. Mrs. Jacobson for
she now travels along with her
husband on the Jerusalbm.

Ike Gerstenhaber, commercial
representative of Zim Line, in
ithe United States, showed the
party around the ship on Mon-
day evening and explained that
the Jerusalem is not just a good-


Jerusalem's crew numbers 260 looking ship it is representa-
and the personnel are made up live of Israel's craft as well as
'of Jews from all corners of the her art.
globe and all speaking the com- Floating Exhibit Of Arts
mon tongue, Hebrew. Language And Crafts Of .Israel
presents no' problems to a non- Expense and skillful work
Hebrew linguist however as ma- have not be scrimped with on-
ny of stewards speak' English, board the luxurious ship. Throu-
French a'nd German as they ghout she has walnut and olive
speak their native Hebrew. Thir- chairs and exquisite draps and
ty of the crew members are wo- tapestries, all especially hand
men. woven. In the forward bar and
Capt English Trained -lounge (where Ambassador Mor-
Salt spray before the mast dekay entertained his guests
was tasted' by the Jerusalem's Monday night, a large mural
Captain, Jak Jacobson,. at the covers two walls depicting the
early age of 17. Exodus to Israel by Jewish peo-
ple from all over the world. The
Of Latvian birth, Captain Ja- 'scene shows a combination of
cobson gained his master's tic- houses, ships and people all done
ket by climbing his way up the in rich color with symbolic im-
ladder in service with the Bri- pressionist style by the famed
tish Merchant Navy and altoge- Jewish artist Castel. Each of
other gathered 27 years of expe the smnll bar tables is topped
rience with this maritme fleet with ceramics and this form of
He joined the-Zim Line in 1950 art work is also used to cover
and moved his residence from an entire wall in another room
London to Israel. Jak Jacobson onboard.
s now married to .a beautiful No Language Barriers
Israeli girl so beautiful ir In the dining room there is a
act, she was voted the most mural showing a traditional Jew-
attractive airline hostess in the ish gassover and another of
world two years ago. From pla- birds of all size and shape pain-
ted mostly in white. and flying
in all directions. This is inter-
preted as symbolic of the Jew-
ish race's dispersal in all di-
rectlons throughout the world.
All Zim Line ships have a syna-
gogue onboard and the Jerusa-
lem's is an eye-pleasing and
practical example. It is long and
narrow with low ceiling high-
lighted by rows of wall lamps
and the front wall is covered
TE with Hebrew writings. Seating
OLJN TER e is available on comfortable foam
rubber-backed pews for well ov-
er 50 people.


ATTENTION! I I1
ATTENTION ONII

YOU WILL FIND SUPERIOR QUALITY BLUE
BONNET RICE EVERY DAY
A IHIGILY VITAMINED RICE
SOLD BY. SCK OF 100 POUNDS
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:

Bt-e Bonnet Grade-A $10.50 or 52.50' Gdes
Bue Bonnet. Grade-B 8.59 or 42.50 Gdes.
BiueapBonnet Grade-C 5.80 or 29.00 Gdes.
DiscountnOf. $.30 ents or 1.50 Gde. by 100th sack on
ny purchase made'directly from the Rice Mill at DE-
SEAUX (Artibunite Valley).
Discount of 4 per cent on purchases of 20 sacks or
nore of rice.

TO BUY ODVA RICE IS TO BUY
HAITIAN PRODUCED RICE
TO BUY HAITIAN PRODUCTS IS TO
HELP DIRECTLY IN STABILIZING
THE ECONOMY OF THE COUNTRY


Signs throughout the ship are
written in Hebrew and English
and many of the vessel's tapes-
tries and drawings feature the
Hebrew word commonly used in
greeting Shalom. meaning
peace. Mr Mordekay, a guest at
the Montana, left Haiti Thursday
to return to Mexico.


ownjWAU rT




SANS CHAMBRU
( ,lllY


i- profit aiifitor& d.e b.a a &
roulemet done mue traction A mem
s6curie suppl6mentaires. Un ingenies
dispositif de silence r6duit les diuE'
rents bruits d4sagr6ibles du pamn
tands quo la construction 16g'e di
Super-Cushion Sans Chambre In
permit d'absorber les cahots de l
route. Vous aurez mois de pine &&
plat. et moins de dilais parce quo la
Construction Grip-Seal exclusive di
Goodyear elimine pratiquemeat ss'
crevaisons habituelles.


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es a nrm I a man 2WSlalRu


AT THE


Bacoulo'u


Club

SO EXCITINGLY DIFFERENT' IOUl:; W'UiDS,

THE

FAMOUS BACOULOU

VOODOO DANCERS


EVERY FRIDAY IT'S THE


hotel SANS SC0UICII

8 P.M. PUNCH BOWL AND DINNER

TERRIFIC FLOOR SHOW

ADMISSION $1.50


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"HAITI SUN"


Sunday February 12th, 1961


News In Brief


New Jersey executive, Mr C.
Anderson is spending a few days

Acting Director
Of Medical CNT.
Appointed
Dr. P. Lazure, specialist in
Psychiatric Infantile, was ins-
tailed at the Centre Psychiatri-
quo d'H-uli as the acting direc-
tor of the Medical Center on
Friday morning at 10:00. He re-
places Dr. Senseigne who left
Harti five months ago.

The installation ceremony took
place in the presence of Drs.
Nathan Klein and I.ehnan, be-
nefact.,rs of th;- center, Public
Health Minister Di. Carlos Bc'j-
los, the Cenlter's administrator
Mr Seard and the Director Ge-
neral of th. Public Health Ser-
vice Dr Joicphl Granloit.

A Canadian, 32-year-nld. Dr.
Laure is an eminent psychiatric
specialist who has produced all
abundance of literatu 'e dealing
.vith npsi.rhialry'


at the Hotel Sans Souci... Mr &
Mrs H. Buchenheu from Clear-
water. Florida and Mr and Mrs
J. K. tngham, Annapolis, Mai
land, enjoyed their recent stay
in Haiti very much and expres-
sed regret at leaving. They ul-
tend sojourning here again in
the near future... Englishman
Mr H. A. Hulks spent a few
days at the Hotel Sans Souci
this week... Mrs Eleonore Geis-
lcr born in Austria. had no trou-
ble speaking the language here
- she has Austrian born Mrs
George Heraux of the Sans Sou-
ci Hute' to talk too... Mr and
Mrs Ceorge Lenning from Day-
ton. Ohio loved being in Haiti
and really enjoyed their trip to
the C.tndel... Mr J. W. Richard-
son, a British business execute.
ive spent a fe wdays in Pcr:
this week on business and visit.
ling I lends here... Four temn.
bets of the British Broadcasting
Corporation (BBC) one of tir?
biggest radio-TV networks in
Great Britain left Port au
Prince Saturday after a touL of


the island to take films for show-
ing over a program' entitled
"Tonight". The team of photo-
graphers, soundmen and a re-
porter have been right around
the Caribbean taking eight min-
ute films on various islands. It
is expected that Haiti (with in-
cluded shots of the Citadel, Mi-
lot, and Port au Prince, will
be featured on "Tonight" in a
(ortnight's time... Congratulati-
ons to Robert Heraux. In Paris
at the College Stanislas since
last month only, he -has already
made the honor roll witn the
mention "tres bien."... rr and
Mrs W. Larson from Ames,
Iowa, are vacationing, here as
are Mr and Mrs D. Bernstein
from Palo Alto, California... Old-
timer Andy Kiraly is back here
again to make repairs on equip-
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Browne is at the Sans Souci. He
does auditing work for ESSO
and joined in the fun for Mardi
Gras Friday night along with


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Pacini, with the Burroughs In-
ternational Corporation, spent a
couple of days in Haiti this week
X 4wWeL X Wand spoke with Don N. Mohr
the representatives for Burr-

Cully oif the Christian Fusiness
S"cr"ess RMen's Committee spent a night
n Port au Prince this wenk and

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HAITI SUN-
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
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MACAVA ROI STEP IN RIGHT DIRECTION
"Macaya- lRoi,"' the" magnificent folkllore spectacle
staged Sunday night last, brought the theater back
to 'the days of success topping success during the Port
au Prince 'bitentenni'all 1949-50.
It was 'these years that 'ushered in tourism and since
that 'time the folklore of this country has come into
prominence unfortunately not always in the man-
ner with whidh it was originally intended.
The impolrtiance of folklore' galks. such as viewed
by thbe large audience Ilast Sund'ay, is tremendous for
they bring. a true aspect of this country's culture to
th'e Haitian ,people and 'through this medium: they
come to didersItand their low~ 'history of music, song
and dance.
Shows 'like Macaya PRoi, conducted under the exact
and 'skihil eyes of experts and e'thnologist's, are not
allowed to become ih olilywdodized or themed to simply
a'tltract the .tourist ddllair. The voodoo and folklore of
'Lhe 'Haitian people is preserved and fostered,
True, there- are sedti'ons df M'acaya Roi which call
for improvemelit; sudh things as 'better stage arrange-
men't and dhiolregralphy, more effective lighting and
:,ore foous oan the dtams, but, the main essentiai.s -
cpirit, material, talent and authenticity, are all there.
ft is 'al to tIbe hoped Ithat artists such as Jea n-Leo,
Destin'e, who hlas knoiw su'dh sweeping success abroad,
an'd haye. patrioticly volunteered to lend theii talent
and experience to the folklore movement wibh a grand
tour of the United 'Staltes, will be encouraged in their
efforts to he'llp place Haiti's folklore on an'interna.ti',n-
al-known 'basis.
Our congratulations are extended to the cast' of Ma-
caya Roi 'and particularly to Paulette St. Lot, Andrc
N'arcisse, Aindlhal Murat, Rene St-Aude, Lamartinierc
Hionoralt and tmmanuel C. Paul.


Haiti's Health Problems

'"LETTER IN THE TIMES"
Living and Working Conditions Icians find themselves compelled


NoL, LMYAENl'N I of Nation's Physicians Described
The writer of the following
February 6,'1961 letter recently served as Visit.
THE EDITOR ing Professor of Medicine at the
"HAITI SUN" University of Haili Me medical
Port au Prince School under ihe auspices of the
Dear Sir: Department of Slate Inlernation-
Please refer to your issue of al Educational Exchange Servi-
February 5th. 1961, page 19 in ce.
which you wrote: "Grace Line TO THE EDITOR OF
has announced a big big reduc- THE NEW YORK TIMES
hon in their. Fare between New In the Times of Jan. 30 1Max
York Cit3 and Haiti. This now Frankel reports on various rea-
puts them on an equal plane'sons for frustration of aid ef-
with the Panama Line." forts to Haiti. I beg to disagree.
Thisis not correct. Grace Li- with his statement that "some
ne advertises that their minim- times it results from resentment


um fare from New York City
to Haiti is $155 I believe that
if you take 'the time to invesh-
gate you will find that although
the advertisement appears in the
present Tourist or Winter Seas-
on, their present minimum rate
actually] is $165. Panama Line's
rate is $155. at present and $145
in the off season.
In addition their advertise-
ment in your journal of Febru-
ary 5th indicates their fare to
New York City is $225 minimum.
Ours is $155 minimum.
Under what system of Antipo.
dean Calculation does $225 equal
$155.?
John CUSICK
General Agent.


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For too 'many years Cap IHaitien, mecca of Haiti'.
historical sites and monuments, hlas been starving foi
th'e tourist dollar. With Minister Victor Nevers Cons-
,rnt's iisit tb the Caip thib week attention has once
'.,re 'been brought to the area's, problem.
The Tourist Minister's suggestions 'to aid the Cap
in drawing 'more tourists 'were restricted to Cap Hai-
tien itself. 'Perihaps as an 'aid to 'tihe second city moves.
could 'he- inlti'tuted in Port 'au Prince We believe that
an exposition of pictures of Cap Haitian's historical
spots and 'beaches could ,be set up at points where the.
would be sure to 'be seen by visitors arriving here
PerthaJps models of the 'Sans Souci Palace and the
Cita'del couldd 'be placed a;t the 'Colurrbu's Pier and nir-
port with smaller displays placed in the major hotels
and tour agencies. Thes e, augmented with photos.,
would ensure that visitors came to know more readily'
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to practice medicine with their
bare hands.
Aftei having been trained at
public expense they are willing
to serve their country by spend-
ing two years in the interior on
starvation salaries. But how tra-
gic and frustrating it is to diag-
nose ills without having the mi-
niimum means to treat them..
This is probably the reason
why they resenP organizations
that import foreign physician ,t
great expense, displacing thp
Haitian physicians without giv-
ing them the m'-ai.s to care for
their own people.


toward white men, especially The writer has submitted
Amneric;ls, by a long suffering our embassy a plan for dire
Negro people." help to Haitian physicians in o
Haitians' reasons for lesent- der to improve their living at
meant are numerous, but certain- working conditions and to supp
ly not based upon differences them with a rmnimum of drug
in color or nationality. It is The Hailianu medical profess
true that many highly trained ion has shown a geniiine inte
Haitian experts as well as phy- est in such an approach. Ti
sicians and nurses must seek gallant and proud Haitian pe
employment in other countries, pie \%ant andi deserve our hel
This is simply because the peo- But it must be done in a ma
ple cannot afford their services; ner that helps presere lite se
and if "they tell of Haitian phy- respect of the recipient as we
sicians who resent the establish- as tluht of the donor.
nimnt of clinics in the interior," HENRY COLCIIER. PI.
it is only becausE these phys,-New York. Jan 30, 1961.


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PAGE f~ Sunday Fehruar~ 12th, 1961


"HAITI SUN"


POPULAR PARTY'S DECLARATIONS


(Continued from page 1)
thority the authorization to make
the following declaration in my
capacity as General Secretary
responsible of the movement in
the absence of Jacques Stephen
Alexis of whom I have the pow-
er of proxy3 approved by all his
collaborators.
(A) The League ol the Popular
Party is managed as follows:
1.-President: Dr Jacques Ste-
phen Alexis who travelled under
the name of Bernard Celestin,
on August 12, 1960, to Peking
(Popular China Republic) and
Moscow (Sotiet Union).
2.-Secrelaries: Mr Gerard
Pierre Charles, who is now in
Mexico. and Dr Joseph Verna,
'defacto responsible of the move
meant.
3.-Responsible for the organi
zation: Fritz Hyppolite.
4.-Responsible lor Finances:
Mile Rosette Baslien.
5.-Responsible for Informa
tion: NMichel Durand.
6.-Responsible fur Youlh: Guy
Ma.cr, Vies Medar and Jean
Fa'ire.
ORDER OF THE DAY
FEB. -I, 1961
Tlhe Secrelar-. of the League
of the Popular Party asks of all
comrades to conform themselves
to tio e decision taken by the go-
ve;rnment and to make a comm-
on effort of the politic of social


justice recommended by His Ex.
cellency the President of the Re.
public Dr Francois Duvalier for
the best of the class and the
country.
This order is being given al-
ler having carefully thought on
the subversive and anti-national
activities of the opposition vhich
is dominated by the Dejoiste sec-
tor and headed by Dr Georges
Rigaud, Rossini Picrre-Louis,
the Breton Clergy, Father Adrien
and the other priests of the Pe-
tit Seminaire St. Martial, sho
can work only, and do work on-
ly, to destroy the middle class
of hhich Dr Francois Duvalier
is ai authentic representative,
as well as a representative of
the masses..

Consequently the party invites
you:
(1) To leave the "maquis"
(hiding);
(2) To return to classes;
(:t) To cease all subversive ac-
lii;.ics of tie public order into
which any other opposition par-
ty ,mould want to draw.
It is a safeguard for your fut-
ure.
Signed:
Joseph VERNA,
Doctor of Medicine.
Responsible to the movement
Fritz HYPPOLITE
For the organizing Committee.


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* "Police Net,'. "There Must be
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story published in Panorama
concerning the revelation by a
government spokesman concern-
ing the uncovering of a terrorist
plot, according to a Le Matin
article on Feb. 7th.
Le Matin stated thai Panora-
ma's story confirmed recent
news that arrests had been ma-
de a short while ago of several
makers.of petards (noise bombs
and also of certain people ap-
prehended by the police in the
act of throwing these small noi-
se explosives around the city in
attempts to close up scholastic
establishments.

"The arrests of the distribu-
tors of the explosives has per-
mitted the authorities to get to
the bottom of the plot" stated
Le Matin.
The police agents, continued
Panorama's article, were able
to catch these malefactoirs red-
handed. The public opinion
heard with satisfaction of those
governm-nt measures and fam-
ilies are now assured and safe
from that measure of trouble


POLICE CHIEF FORBIDS
SALE OF EXPLOSIVES

Police Chief Daniel Beauvoir
recalled to all city phar-macies
that the sale of all explosive
materials was strictly forbidden,
in a communique dated Febru-
ary lith..
The communique especially
warned against the selling of po-
tassiuru of chlorate. Only excep-
tion to the no-sale ruling is in
the case where special author-
ization has first been obtained
from the Chief of the Police.


that this bolsChevick movement
tried to place on the national
life.

Panorama asked that sancti-
ons be taken against the authors
of these bombings and Le Matin
followed up stating "our confre-
re Panorama is in a position to
have access to such information
which comes from a good sour-
ce and ordinarily this confrere


does not supply its readers with
tales of fantasy."

Le Matin concluded "Now is
the time that the public, the fa-
milies, the schoolchildren, stud-
ents and teachers would like to
know for sure that there is an
end to their apprehension. It is
the time for the authorities to
confirm these rumors 'and 'on
dit'."


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CZ Logistics


C.Z.h Logistics


Checks Haiti


"The project here has pro-
gressed at an excellent rate and
Uie workers, especially the Hai-
tian employees, are showing a
lot of enthusiasm,- sinceity and
capability," stated Mr. George
Hansen, Logistics man for the
U. S. Army, when speaking of
ihe Haitian-American Geodetic
Survey during an inspection vi-
sit here tlus week.
A resident in the Canal Zone,
Panama, for the past 14 years.
George Ilansen has making his
second Lisit to allat as the De-
puty Chief of Logistics for the
Dept. of the Army Icivilian sec-
tion G ceod etic Survey. Fort
Clayton, Canal Zone.
Mr Hensen's job is to make


tours twice a year, taking in upl
to 17 countries, to visit Geode-
tic Survey branches in collabor-
ating areas. During these tours
the object is to study all sup-
ply and maintenance. Mr Han-
sen has been engaged in this
work for the past seven years;
before that he was working with
the U.S. Army Caribbean Ord-


"HAITI SUN"


Man


*Sunday February -12th,'1961.


'upwards of 250 people are .enga-
ged-by the Fort Clayton depart-
ment.


"I like moving around very
much, and I especially like Haiti
for the people are helpful and
very friendly" stated George
ject personnel. "It's my job to Hansen. "I was amazed, at the
also try and help out on any progress which has taken place
problems or give any informa- at Haiti's Geodetic Survey and
tion that may be required," he know definitely that the progr-
stated. am will be maintained at ..the
same level in the -futuie:."
"We try to plan and schedule The Logistics deputy chieff con:
out future Work on a priority eluded that both he and his wife,


basis," Mr Hansen continued.
"We have to knowV what is com-


nance. .. ing up so in order to meet this
we plan six months to a year in
Staying at the Montana Hotel, advance." r
George Hansen was conducted The Logistics department of
around the capital by Major An- the Geodetic Survey in the Ca-
thony Kubelius, Chief of the Ge- nal Zone handles the supply and
odetic Survey here. Mr. Han- distribution of all instruments
sen spent part of his visit in3- and much of the allied equip-
pecting the supply and maint,- lment, including vehicles, to the
nance facilities here as well as 17 countries with Geodetic Sur-
conducting liaison with the pro- vey posts. To handle this work


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These Haitian and' American officials are the representatives of the international organization
conducting the campaign for the Eradication of Malaria ins Haiti. From left to right the. are: Mr
Alex Moore Jr., Director of the Point IV progr amme; Dr Alfred Juarequi Y. Molina, Medical
consultant of the Panamerican Health Bureau and the World Hlealth Organization and also the co-
director of the service for the eradication af Malaria; Mr. 'Robert Newbegin, United States Amb
assador in Haiti; -Dr Carlos. Boulos, Secretary of State' of Public Health; Mr Eugene Limousin, Sa-
nitary Engineer and co-director of the National Service for f.e Eradication of Malaria; Dr Otto
Stebbert, Chief of the Panamerican Health Bureau and the World Health Oiganization in Haiti;
Dr Harold A. Wood, Chief of. the Public Healthldivision of Point IV; Mr Earl 0. Fine, Director
of Point. IV; Dr Edward Kupka, Consultant of the rananer:can'-Health Bureau and Mr kodrigo
Donoso, also a Consultant of the Panainerican Health Bureau.
-- Dollars Fight Malaria
__ ______ (Continued from page 1i
house in these 'areas with an
insecticide. The spraying will be
Pa A en repeated every six months for
three years in an effort to kill
l the mosquitos carrying malaria.
Malaria is the most prevalent
disease in Haiti, and more
n ir IWdeaths were recorded from it
BLUE W I ASnul8l 3tUnlU\1 last year than from any other
S on the label single cause. It has cut serious-
ly into the nation's work-power,
m since persons affected by mala-
ria cannot work at anything
near their normal capacity.

Commenting on today's sign-
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something that can touch bene-
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Sunday-February 1lth, 1961


"HAITI SUN"


De tails O Gor t Pay 2nen t


nessary to restore our public DECREES: and certified -as valid by' the. d wings (upon revenues) pro munal Aamlnistrations and Pu-
financesto health and 'to redi- Article 1.-The Government is High Court of Accounts shall.re- d f6r service on the public biic Establishments may be con-
rect the general economy of the authorized to issue: bonds or ceive, in settlement, bonds or d t. averted into bonas or treasury
country for a period of six treasury bills in. an' amount' f bills covering .the vajue of these bills, which shall never be pur-
'months; ten million gourdes :(G. 10,000,- obligations, provided that this article 8.-The National Bank chased above par: Sich opera-
000) -in "order to liquidate the settlement is not "'prejudicial to the Republic of Haiti is au- -ions shall be carried out by the
VFrom ILe Muoileur No. 1I5 In view of the Decree of the Considering that 11 is appro, current debt arising from coni- the provisions of Article 23 of .tl sized to draw upon general National Bank of the Republic
SDecembeL r 'I ., 1e IIo Ixgislative Corps dated August private to make certain mqoifi- mercial operations performed in the Law on the, Budget and Pu- r, nue of the State for provi- of Haiti as intermediary, upon
17, 1fNU suspending the consti- cations to that law in. order to Haiti from October 1, 1950 to blic Accounting. s. s necessary to, service the appropriate notice by the Minis-
DE('hl;I' tulional guarantees provided in facilitate settlement. of said in- September 30, 1959 for the fur- No obligation may be taken '.: nations of reimbursement, try of Finance.'
Arlicles 90 (paragraphs 2 and eternal debts of the State; fishing of goods and .services into account unless it has been :'! drawings shall be made Article 14.-The bonds or bills
Dr. I 'lt.\NCUIt D UVA.I.IEl 8i, 1.9, 143 and 146 of the by local commerce and. indus previously verified and recogn- r n per month, and shall re- issued, as well as the semi-an-
Cuinllitution. and according full Upon the report of the- Mini,- try,. ized .asi valid according to a. p[ ent one-twelfth of the .an- .nual interest shall be exempt
I'iirt o (he I lic ,%-Iers to the Chief of the Exe- ter of. Finance; written report by the High Court-";' n y inscribed in the budget for .fron any tax whatsoever, pre-
cuLIvIL' Branch to enable -him to After deliberation in the Coun- Article 2.-Every bolder of an of Accounts. : -th said operation of reimburse- sent and future, particularly
In \vi.r of Aitirll" 90. 10. 10 take all measures he may judge cil of Ministers; .obligation controlled, verified Article 3.-The bonds shall be m t. from the income lax.
133, 115, 116, ].l 152 and issued at .par,. in -denominations Article 15.-The bonds or Trea-
s's of tht- Cionattutirj 'lndf Ar'd: ________- Article _5.-The bonds or Trea-
153i of h C'uIslitution il Ar- of nominal value of-.five thod-' .. rcide 9.-In case disposable sur bills-shall be signed by the
licles BD nd C of its trnsitory '' sand gourdes, of one thousand'-:. u I of the Public Tiranury minister of Finance and by the
Du ns; Lunch Dine Have Cocktailsd gourdes of fio e hundred gour- s uld permit scceler- resident and Director General
des, of one hundred gourdes, a I d r epuur c.h as e, Ute of. the Natonal Bank of the Re-
In I!Lv.' o l, h,- .. of Lp.'- By The SEA-SIDE and of fifty gourdes, freely o nation shall be carried out plic ot Haiti. Details of the
c'miri 12. D1!l ciealin:; the lKal- transferable, payable to the bea- by the National Bank of the Re- iue shatl be fixed by a decree
11.111 InliUltk- ilt Agiculltrjl aind B A C H ier and bearing interest at 5 p ic as 'ntermediary, on the of the President of the Relub-
Inilushidl Cditl; K Y EA per cent per"annum; interest op market and at a qjotaflon lic
K B E A C H "will be payable twice a year by, w 'h shall not. exceed' a ..
In \itL '. f llic' De.rce of June the tellers of the- National Bank e .io i inal value -of the Aiticle 16.-Four. months af-
17 I'..1 of lhe Milita- Council -_ of the Reputblic of Haiti. boe s .thuspurchased Wo the Op er proniulgation of the present
of G;uveirin, nt fixing regulari- Any. obligation whose amount en market shall never be great- decree, upon written request of
ilms fur liquLdity anrd cLio,\ra'cT DEEJI'-SEA FISHING EXCIURSIONS does. not correspond to a mul- er than the amount of the an- the Minister of Finance, the
r .K, c-pin dpusi; Swim S rfish Sn rkle Wa -Ski tiple of one of these denomina- ,o series-to be aprtized, ahd- nt bonds ior bills bich have
Y, 1,,1,,jJt Illn: ,IiLl,; Swim, Sleari s, nor e tions shall e. rounded off to a li bonds shall not:. be .placed n ot been utilized shall be burn-
In, ,,,. l i .,.' ,,( o e DceAnd Sail In Safe Coastal lower figure to permit offering ba in cirulaib. according to procedures pe
her 17, !i p iin i eto l an integral number of crcltif- scribed by law, in the presence
if, ~i,,.*n, t I i it,,rnl, WFaters From Kyona cates icle 10.-The Natlonal Bank of a commission consisting of
rh-bi. l .IlK' Stler :iilsing flioin -'Article -.-Registration of the of the Republic of Haiti shall two representatives of the Na-
,,pl,,.l.- t glict, ;,uil srji'. E gUR P0A RTY AaridI K OINA bonds at the National Bank of "r e thle option olr accepting at tional Bank of the Republic of
I, Incintl is, HAVE Y URn L PY AT KYONA the Republic of Haiti' is optional.- d the bonds thus issued Haiti, vo represerltativesa oi
ct' IIVwI tnii ULlul, i.i 1), l.i0 an. In case of registration, transfer b thel Treasury, if th e.econom- the Ministry 'of Finance, and
'u[lti.-ithr :0, 1'J (i.):; iUU0. % will be effected by endorse- i hntuation does not oblige it to to representatives of the High
S./fm ent, with notice of transfere pi ',de advances to the budge- Court of Accounts. A written.re-
-----..- -- duly provided to the National a I reserve fund, or if the co- port of the operation of burning
"_ Bank of the Reptblic of Haiti. ef ient for coverage of liquid shall be drawn up.
vj-t. ...' Nevertheless, the transferee l nations should exceed the
shall always-.have the option of p rentage required by law.' It Article 17.-The provisions of
t Iransformimg tlhem again into 41 also accept these bonds in the present decree may not pre-
S bearer obhleatios Iby rousing Lrante of loans extended to judice. claims against the State
TI a new registration. it! clients up to'60 per cent of arising after October 1. 195')
r value, under"' conditions which shall not benefit by the
In case of destruction of loss, w ch it shall define, settlement provided above.
0 only registered obligations will, article 11.-The reserves re-
be replaced; the owners of such q red by law of insurance com- Article 18.-The present de-
obligations shall fLu-nih to the pies may also be constituted cree abrogates all laws or pro-
Naionat Bank. of the Republic bb a percentage of bonds or visions of law, all decrees and
of Haiti a guarantee judged'adq. tr sury bills. This shall also decree-laws, or provisions of
Square by the General Manage- b( so for.private banks establi- decrees and of decree-laws,
Smen.t ofthat credit institution. sl d in Haiti. which are contrary to it, and
Article 5.-,Creditors. of the i case fHaitian investors wno shall be published and executed
S* tate who refuse to accept the h .bonds or bills should wish at the responsiBility of the Min-
Sbonds in" settlement of their to stall a riew agricultural or sister of Finance.
S claims may in no case enjoy in ustrial enterprise, the Haitian Given at the National Palace
Stmore favorable treatment than i tute of Agricultural. and In- at Port Au Prince, December
'Vn that-which is .reserved to hold- d trial Credit or the manage- 19, 1960 157th. year of Indepen,
S69 RULE DU QUAI ers of bonds, for claims arising r t committee of the, Special dence.
during the specified period. estment Fund ma der,
WHAT TO BUY : Article 6.--Tlhe bonds shall be advice and appropriate de& .' Dr' Francois DUVALIER
WHAT TO BUY in five series: A, .B, C, D, and oo ..t MiroF-
n five series: A, B, C, D and cons .by the Mitry of Fin- By. the- President: (Signatures
E. Each creditor shall receive. ance, purchase at a price wlich of Ministers.)
SSIAL BAGS ah BELT5 -an equal number of bonds of sJ*Jl not exceed par on the .peri .
each series, up to the total m rket of all or part of 'th
.FRENCH PLRFUMEI S and LIQUORS amount of his claim. In cases botds of bills which are to cons-
i. here an equal number of ithite the socail capital-provided TENNIS LISSONS?
SC onds of each series cannot be th1t these bonds or bills shall
-( 7 w C/ARV NG: MA IOGAN> issued, thelbalance will be di- rcch maturity during the.fwel IOE ETIENNE
STRT1vided begnli ing with the series e months -following th-' date uip-
SOR 5H LL whose maturity is closest, oi which'the operation is con- JOE ETIEN'NE
Article 7.-Maturity of the eluded. is the only Professor (coach)
: STRAW 005 PAINTINGS bonds shall be spread out over Article 12.-Joint stock com- experienced, patient and
a period of five years beginning ,'ies may liberate pa-rts of meticulous
with the fiscal year 1961-62, and social capital with bonds capWble of fin~ ing a champion
provision for amortization and a treasury bills, and so may .player of YOU!
& interest shall be included in the operatives. Inscription For Ledsons at:
r'- .re & general budget until full' pay- Article. 13. -- Unencumbered Carlstroem St. No. 1377
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Sunday February l1th, 1901-


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Miss Bliss Southerland's lovely Caribbean Tourist ASSN Exec.,
paying a visit here, spent most of her childhood in Port au Prin-
ce... Foto Lambert has opened'up a new studio on Ave. Marie
Jeanne, Cite de I'Exposition. The studio specializes in passport
pics. ID mug shots and developing and printing etc... Lt. Charles
Paul departs for Paris soon on a scholarship from the Haitian
government to gain perfection in orchestration and composition.
Lt. Paul is the leader of the Palace band and recently svwe a
concert in Cap Haitien... The marriage is scheduled on Feb. 18
of Mademoiselle Jeanne Armand, daughter of Doctor Maurice Ar-
manid, to Francois Blanepain, son of the French writer and Se-
cretary general of the Alliance Francaise of Paris. Francois has
just completed two years of military service in Algeria... Mr.
Philipoe North has been designated as the successor to Mr Fre-


Dept. Tourism Closed
Provisionally

Employees of the Department
of Tourism were advised Tues-
day morning that the depart-
ment has been closed provision-
ally in order to facilitate a re-
organization of the cadre of the
Administration.
The skeleton staff that will en-
sure the functioning of the Dep-
artment are as follows: Jacques
Honorat, D'a b e m a r Mentor,
Roussan Camille, Andre Suppli-
ce, James Carthright, Odillon
Jastram and Alice Sambourg.

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d ric Martiu, the Cultural Attache at the French Emb;assy. Mr When Mardi Gras 1961 draws o** O GG** ****oo**** s*a*6*******6** *ofse ts*** ee
~lto a close on Feb. 15, so will the -
Martin was transferred to Madrid after five years here... An of- t clse on Feb. 1, so wl the
ficial o[ the Tourist Department reports that a large number of pular couple George and Ed-
visitois from North America are scheduled to arrive her.? for widge Kenn of the Hotel Mon- NO W ...You can take
Mardi (ras... Katherine Dunham is building a new nite-club at tana.
her Leclerc home complete with outdoor rotunda and danc-lloor... Four years ago the Kenns took *
over the beautiful hotel and du- advantage
The Iialian ',i crew are running round town shooting ip loads over the beauiful tel and du advantage
ring their reign made the Mon-
of film and devoted a lot of it the other day to taking shots of tana not only a popular hotel
a well-lnown green Ford convertible with HPBA license 1,l':tes.. hut a favorite member of thee :.- -
.Peo)le of the Cul de Sac area are considering either starting lo night club circuit, especially. I
walk around in chain mail armour or hunting down the Ilrced.r vith the Tuesday and Friday: C .
of caiman there... Nearly all the cross streets leading -.f Ave evening shows comperred by
George Hungarian by birth *
Marie Jeanne have been treated to a very smooth and rleasan, and recently naturalized as ae W rl wide shopping :
coartng of concrete... George and Gertie Heraux held a highly Haitian citizen. W orld-w ide shopping
successful "come in disguise" party Friday night..., Mardi Gras Owing to the drop in tourism C P T
was officially declared open as of Monday evening but from I'e the hotel has had to be handed at FREE PCRT prices
look of some of those sorry looking shapes making their VdV back to the owners, the C-ardo- I I l
zos. The Societe Hait;enne d'Ex- W I1I VOU I rI n l -!
home early on a Monday morning, carnival must ha\e startc.d ploitaion Hoteliere, A has i ii
at least three weeks ago.'Some twenty Cubans who recently fled found the load to heavy to ca ry.
front found the load to heavy to k For exam le, if ou live in New York, cou crn
from Casiro's turmoil were picked up this week and \\ill b,- de- George, who did extensive pu- For example, if you live in New York, you can
ported...Local shop owners have decided that President Keninedys blicity work for the hotel and buy JOHNNIE WALKER RED LABEL
reduction of customs free goods from 500 dollars to 1C. d oliars Hait's tourist trade in the USA "
r or ct and Canada, said this week that for *2 9O
for returning U.S. tourists applies to Europe and not to Haiti... Four the same staff will continue i
the same staff will continue in.o
tons of Artibonite cucumbers have been exported to the New Jer- Iis absence and the same top delivered at our brokers New York warehouse
sey market by ODVA... Lovely Annie Borno and Fernand Crepsac flight service will continue to
Jr. were married at the Cathedral of San Juan in Puerto Rico be a feature of the establishment: for $3.40
recently. Parents Consul and Mrs Fernand Crepsac and Mr Henr3 it Joe Gonales re ning delivered in your home
mIanager.
Borno flew to Puerto Rico for the ceremony... The Argentine Ami Georg and Edwide have
bassador and his wife arrived a little late for a diplomatic dinner jen a home but have not map- If you live in New Jersey, Illinois, Connecticut
Massachusetls, Idaho, North Dakota.West
in a Partout' Sunday night. Cause: The Navy Mission gig round- ed out future .plans exceptMassacuses Idaho, North DkoaWest
ed off Bogat Bay. La mer frappe... The eldest daughter of British for one very important one -* Virginia, or the District of Columbia, .
Ambassador. Jill Corley Smith, is over here from England fo planning for the arrival of their for delivered in your home
., .... first child in April. a .or ," delvered an your home
Month of Haiti's tropical sun. She is taking a break from e Wt first child in April. t y o
We take this opportunity of
study in England... Early Tuesday morning there was a 'lash wishing Mr and Mrs George .
between four leather necks and members of the brotherhood. Keen our very best in the fut- "5 "
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Dragon hits Mardi Gras Meringue


(Conthnued from page IF

mailing Mardi Gras 1961 a fes-
tival- to end all festivals. High-
lighting the evening was the
Mardi Gras King's announce-
ment that as from Monday eve-
ning Mardi Gras was officially
underway and would run through
right up till the 15th of Febru-
ary.
20,000 Enthusiasts
Some 3,000 spectators paid
gate fees, proceeds from which
will augment funds for the trip
by -laiti's national football team
to the. Caribbean Football Cham-
poinships in Costa Rica. But a
further 17,000 men, women and
children swarmed across the
field at 8:30pm when Mayor
.Deeb had the bleachers gates
thrown open for the vast crowd
which had been listening outside
the gates.

A. gleaming white Oldsmobile
convertible, loaned by photogra-
pher Chaton Roy .for the occa-
sion, added to the color of the
festival as it transported a bevy
of beautiful queens from the pro-
vinces around tie- stadium to
the-applause of the spectators.


Mardi Gras King, youthful,
hefty Jean Claude Molestine A-
dre, perched on the front fender


mounted -on -a long, thin pair of
stilts. His dancing arid antics
had the crowd in hysterics and


of the convertible as it made the bands in raptures. It was


its waS round the perimeter 1f
the stadium and shortly after-
wards mounted the dias to an-
onunce to his "subjects" that
Carnival 1961 .was henceforth in
progress.
A
The competing bands, some
with reams of sheet music and
others with the tunes well ens-
conced in their heads. played
their numbers from a .dias er-
ected in front of the covered tri-'
bunal. Some of the maestros
leading their groups ,must have
been mathematicians to boot to
have managed to cram up to 301
band members onto the small
stage at once still leaving
room for twisting bodies and the
musicians became "wound-up".
A "woman" about 11 ft tall
bounded out onto the ifeld in
the middle of the evening and
commenced to turn on a 4azz-
ling display of dancing and ba-
ton twirling which was made all
the more remarkable by the
fact that it was really a man in
woman's clothing and he was


this colorful figure that march--
ed on long legs behind the car
carrying the queens around the
'field and- then proceeded to the
judges rostrum where he indi-
cated to the jury that a round
of applause would be' apprecial
ted. The judges complied.
STowards the end of the pro-
gramme those bands which had
already played decided to weight
the balance of- the decision in
their favor and while the .last
band was trying to make itself
heard on the dias the rdst of
the groups, surrounded b. thou-
sands of dancing and singing
admirers, wound across tlhe
field, slowly out the viain gate
and into the streets where the.\
caroused for the rest of the
night.
The only unfortunate aspect ot
the evening was the tempera-
mental loudspeaker system. At
no time during the entire pro-
gram could any of the merin-
gue vocals be heard, \wbich
meant a big blow to the perfor-
mance of one small group, and


the. mikes were placed in such
a manner that the oomp oomp
of the French horns successful-
ly drowned out the rhythm sec-
tion on more than one occa-
sion. During the last number the
system gave 'up all together -
giving the effect of watching an
orchestra playing in a silent mo-
vie.
Radio Commerce, Haiti and
Radio Port au Prince kept up
a running commentary and live
music broadcast over their
channels for the evening's me-
ringues wluch were: Vini Oue
belle bagaille, Carnival 61, Ce
nou minm minm, Meringue cai-
navalesque, Carnival N'j. 1, Car-
nival Duvalier. Carnival les De-
voues. Carnaval 61, Mardi Gras
Dansez Carnavai 61. Carnaval
en beaute, Carnaval endiable,
Demontes de Peoronville.
The queens presented on Mon-
day night to the big audience


were: Melles, Nicole Francois of
Cap,. Haitien, Rosy Jean, Port.
de. Paix; Evelyne Louis, Jere-
mie and Marcelle Curiel, of Aux
Cayes.

Preparations for Carnaval are
\ell underway and estimates as
to the number of floats run as
high as 30. The goverrunent has
given 15,000-dollars towards the
festivities and several local bus-
inessmen have donated large
sums of money. to make this
the brighest carnival e\er.
On Tuesday night the mren-
bers of the jury gathered at the
Petionville Town I-all where a
private retake was experienced
of the meringue contest per
courtesy of a tape recorder. Af-.
ter considerable debate it was
announced that the red shlui-ed
Dragon band had been award-
ed the first prize \with Dcrange
running-up a close second.


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Sunday February l2tlf, 1961 ?IHAITJ SUN" PAGE 15


Students Tell President
( Continued from page .1)
This kind attention towards
the students 'has been manifest-
ed again recently by the reop-
ening of the 'Ecole Nationale
dqs Hautes Etudes Internationa-
les' and the 'National School of
Agriculture' as well as the su-
pression of certain registration
ormnalities at the State Univer-
sity.
We deplore that these last
measures have not produced all
the results likely to bring about
a thaw within the University.
However, we have understood
Ihe high patriotic motives; so
we have not hesitated to send
over the radio a call to our fel-
low students for the regular re-
sumption of courses.
We have given the example of
nur healthy understanding of the
real interest of the university
follows by a steady attendance
to. the courses despite certain:
insane reproaches and despite
-iome threats' which were cons-
lituted by terroristic acts per-
petrated near the Lycees, the
superior school, and often with-
in the establishments themsel-
es.
Thus we believe we have pro-


IMPROVISED SPEECH OF, PRESIDENT
DR. FRANCOIS DUVALIER
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(Coutinued from page 1)


does not understand the historic
mission of this government. So-
me members of youth have com-
mitted reprehensible acts.
But, the Chief of the Nation,
%rho is the chief of all Haitians,
no matter what is said', has wan-
ted to show an attitude, behav-
ior, an attitude and behavior
which reflect, his thought of al-
ways the thought which he
has tried to develop for more
than 25 years. At this high po-
.sition which I am occupying, I
do not work for myself but you
- the youth of the country....
I have had, at certain times,
to express some thoughts as I
am used to doing amongst the
officers of my Presidential
Guard. I have had to say that
I'm very much afraid for the
future of our poor Haiti. The
revolutionary which is within me
is not a man easily discouraged.
No. He will always remain
what he has been since 25 years.
But when, as President of the
Republic, I declare and I re-
peat for all of you that I expe-
riPnrpe someRil fPUer for the hutul-r


cn our absolute trust in your of our poor Haiti, it is because
patriotism. The last measures the behavior of this youth is not
aken to repress thcse cowardly in accord with tht primary in-
iggressions against youth have terest of the Fatherl:nd.
,een able, fortunately, to again
Hiring about peace and security I do not see where the interest
n the city. of this country are in its beha-
Now that it is proven, even .'ior. It is destroying itself.


o the most doubtful, that the
governmentt -of the Republic is
it the level of its historic mis-
ion, it behoves us to offer our-
.elves to your Excellency in or-
Ir-r to try and contribute, with-
a the policy of your govern-
nent to the retablishlnent of
nity in the University.-
(signed): Max Cave, Imbert
.egros, Serge Chaumette, Da-
lie! Dupont, Andre W. Dueler-
il. Adrien Rameau, Muller S.
)imanche. Serge Fourcand, Luc
tonnet, Arnold Blain, Marie Yo-
ande Fenelon, Pierre Dorsinvil,
;erge Leblanc.
(SiD)


Youth, like you. should rather
have a wonderful intellectual
preparation be fore sampling
subversive doctrines. Since we
have had great men who have
developed doctrines, why should
we, as Haitian Negroes, ip and
adopt a doctrine which is in no
way alike to that advocated by
the great ancestors who have
founded this fatherland one and
sovereign.

I experienced some fears be-
cause I have noticed that .some
members of youth, who do not
even have an intellectual prepa-
ration, have thought and they


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recently did have thought of
adopting a doctrine which can
only go against the interest of
the country.
They have done it so much
.hey have lost their mental ba-
lance. They have gone on to
perform terrorist acts, which, in-
cidently, will in no way shake
a nian'like me.
But I am obliged, in my qua-
lily of Father of the Fatherland,
of Father of the Nation, of Fa-
ther of all Haitians, I am obli-
ged to experience some fears,
because the country does not
belong to me.

When, at a glen moment, you
will see the unhappy effects of
this doctrine there will be twen-
ty or thirty or forty years since
tihe actual President of the Re-
public will not be of this world.
I am thinking rather of you.
At the same time I am thanking
you for the beautiful words
which have just fallen from
your lips; I hope with all my
heart that the students and mem-
bers of Haiti's youth -from one
end of the country to the other-
will understand the deep mean-
ing of the genius of the race, so
that this country may forge
ahead, so that they may remem-
ber that Haiti is maybe the poor-
est, the least organi?-d, in the
Caribbean Basin after more than
150 years of National Indepen-
dence; so that they may re-
member that we are icngroes
and we are looked iupom.
On these words, members of
youth, future of tomorrow, I
close this little speech addressed
to you.


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By MAX PINCHINAT
On Show Now At
GALERIE PINCHINAT
1B6, BOIS VERNA
just before you reach the 'PONT MORIN" bridge
This is an ART GALLERY, not a picture shop, ex-
hibiting over 100 of the most attractive FRAMED
PAINTINGS made both in Port au Prince and Paris by
FAMOUS HAITIAN PAINTER MAX PINCHINAT
Iow 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
thle contact with his people and his source of inspira-
tion.
In the GALLERY PINCHINAT are grouped
some paintings of the 15 years of work by MAX PIN-
CHINAT, from 1945 to 1960. Prices have not been ar-
bitrarily based on beauty of the painting, but on its
size, just like Paris Fashion for MAX PINCHINAT
and OTHER WELL KNOWN ARTISTS. Visitors can
consult the paintings price list if they wish to.
All the taxi drivers know GALLERY PINCHINAT
AND don't let anybody tell you that the GALLERY is
closed. It is not.
The GALLERY PINCHINAT, sole represen-
tative and sales agent of PINCHINAT's paintings, has
exhibited a few samples only at "Foyer des Arts Plas-
tiques", "Galerie Brochette" and Galerie Suisse".
Open from 10 AM to 5 PM, and on appointment in
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Sunday February 12th, 196.


Cap Haitien is now in focus
in Haiti's tourist world and could
become a spotlight for visitors
in the near future. Tourist Min-
ister Victor Nevers Constant vi-
sited the Cap this week and
made a number of suggestions
for promotion of the second city.
The Minister and his party
made the trip to the Sans Souci
and Min. Constant made several
suggestions at the conclusion of
the journey which, if forthcom-
ing, could well make Cap Hai-
tien the meeting point for thou-
sands of tourists annually.
It was suggested by Minister
Victor Nevers Constant that a
vehicle route be laid from Milot
to the Citadel. This wiu!l elim-
inate the need for the long pony
ride up die mountain which ,na-
ny tourists currently .!'ie away
fruom. Naturally the more adven-
t-irous could still ride puny-back
hut a road would accommodate
Jeopsl ind cut doi\n condider-
abl: on the travel time.
To further make the Ci'adel
Hrip more enticing and enjoya-
le Minister Constan' suggested
1' e action of a Tourist Sta-
i i i in,3ing place) in the neigh-
Io.'ond o i[lhe Citadel. In order
1) in l ,' the Sans Souci Pdlacc
' '.Li moI.e enticing the idea of
-_ touringg tv'o rooms to hou-e a
l re um for King Henry Chris-
i "he's mementos and souvenirs
his life and reign wvs put
S:'v. aid
On lthir reunrn to lie Cap,
i. m Millot. the party was in-
iic-d by Engineer Jospilre to
lit the works of Pote .Cole.
"'.e Secietary of State showed
r great deal of interest in the


BRIDGE LEAGUE RESULTS
Results ihom the bi-neekly du-
i'lcate b,-dge session held by
;e Ligue Haltienne de Bridge
on Sunday February 5, 1961 are:
lIt. Mrs John Cusick Her-
r.i.,in Gerdez; 2nd. Henri Rei-
fi's H erard C. L. Roy:
d. Dr Urban Debrosse fo-
r.- Du:'ct and 4th. Louis Au-
-uste Andre Theard.
The next session is on the pro-
gramme for. Sunday February
19th and the bridge league sends
out an invitation to all bridge
plaSers come one, come all.


M-SGT. FLbYD INYEARD
LEAVING AGS FOR U.S.
The Administrator NCO of the
Interamericat Geodetic Survey,
Master Sergenl Floyd Inyeard
has finished his tour of duty here
and this month departs for Ca-
lifornia.
His replacement is Master
Sergent William Jones. The new
Administrator is scheduled to ar-
rive here in company with his
wife on February 14. The mem-
bers of the IAGS, and the many
friends of M-Sgt. Inyeard in Hai-
ti wish him a fond farewell and
bon voyage.


school, dormitories and the hun-
dreds of men working and sing-
ing in the fields.

A press conference was held
at 2:30pm, following lunch tak-
en at the Hostellerie du Roi
Christophe, and was attended by
local Cap Haitien businessmen,
industrialists, travel a g e n t s,
chauffeur guides and members
of the press.

Minister Constant outlined a
series of projects designed to
boost the North in the touristt
world. His plans included a fur-
ther tourist station :o be buili
near the spot where Chris:ophec
Columbus' flagship, the Santa
Maria, was \wrecked and went
down in 1492. The tourist Minis-
ter added that other tourist sites
on historical ground could be


restored and made more acces- Figaro, Senator Ulrich St Louis,


sible to the public. Special atlen-
tion would be given to Cormiers
- the beautiful white sand
beach fronting onto the Atlantic
breezes and surf and only. a
short ten minutes away from the
three hotels in Cap Haitien c;ty.
It was also suggested thet a-
ribe Air" place the Norlt on
its schedule.

Minister Constant convlnled
that he would like to see tie
creation of "pensions de famil-
le" -and "hotels moyens" to fa-
cilitate the increase in visitors
when the North really opened
up its doors to a nev. 'wave of
tourism.

The party accompayng NMin;s-
ter Ne\ers Constant to C;ap Hai-
tie! was corpposed of Minisler


Deputies Josue Joan Baptiste,
Jean Baptiste Pierre Louis,
three superior employees of the
Tourist Department Roilssan
Camille, Dabelmar Mentor, An-
dre Albert and Port au Prince
journalists,'Michel Gilbert, Ro-
ger St. Victor, Carlos St Louis,
Pierre Pompee, Andre Polssin-
vil, Dieudonne Pomero and pho-
tographer Charles Georges.

This group was greeted at the
Cap Ilaitien airport by a dele-
gation composed of the Diiectur
of Tourism in Cap Haitien, Tous-
saint Guerrier, the Maor. the
director of the journal "Le Nou-
\eau Monde", Gegard d- Cata-
logne, the Coordinator of the
Pote Cole project, enginPer ;.,s-
pitre and the well-knov.'n singer
Gina Menard.


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Over in the left hand, corner of the s nation stands a kiosk where all the fa-
mily needs by way of home teling mi ay be purchased.. There 6is a; SHELL Ke-
rosene Soleil pump right in, front of the neat little building to aecomoodate large
purchasers. ,
Four regular gasoline- pumps, two di sci, and one kerosene pump are lined
up on an island towards the front of t'.: station making gas purchases easy
and swift for motorists. SHELL's new st at ioHn- haas opet. a. firnn guarantee of
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York, according to a cable re-
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family this week. No details are
known concerning the young
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The SS "Cristobal" of the Pa-
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York at 7:00am, February 14th,
1961.
On board are a total of 107
passengers of which the follow-
ing 30 will disembark at Port
au Prince:
Mr Sam Barshay, Mr & Mrs
Joseph Becker. Mrs Nina Rao
Cameron, Mrs Esther Duviella,
Mr Abner Genece, Mr Emerson
W. Hunt, M-Sgt. & Mrs William
W. Jones Jr., Mr & Mrs Abra-
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nuel Larick, Mr & Mrs Harold
Levine, Mr & Mrs Heaton Ro-
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Schulz Jr., Mrs Eugene G. Sr.
Schulz, Mr & Mrs Henry Skrill,
Mrs Antoinette Solomon-; Dr L.
Stoller. Mr Alexandre Verrer,
Mr. Julius Weil, Dr. Walter
Wicks. Miss Marie-Anne Xavier.
Mrs Lea Zamor.
Education Head Visits
Provincial Schools
SThe Rev. Father Hubert Pa-
pailler, Secretary of State of Na-
tional Education, made an ins-
pection visit to the primary and
secondary education establish-
ments in the towns of St. Marc
and Gonaives at the beginning
of this week.


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Sunday Februar '12tli, 1961


Macaya Boi Elevates


Theater And Folklore


"Macaya Roi," the most spec-
tacular folklore show of the
ycar, was staged at the Theatre
de Verdure before a large au-
dience, despite heavy down
pours of rain Sunday evening.
With a cast of 63 top Haitian
rltists, the Open Air Theater
folklore gala provided a feast of
rranatized dance and singing.
Macaya Roi's choir was led by
Paulette St. Lot. staging was by
Andre Narcisse, he also choreo-
graphe the dances, troupe di-
rection by Andre Germain, mu-
siL by co-directors of Jazz des
Jcunes Anthal Murat and Re-
ne St. Aude and as consultants
Lamaratiniere Honorat and Em-
innuel C Paul, both outstand-
iti; ethnologists.
Although Macaya Roi is not
nI' to Haitian audiences, this
\\,,s the first time it had been
srtaged on such a lavish scale
tntll a spectacular line-up of this
counii:.' finest artists.
This cultural presentation tra-
ced in song and dance the gra-
I r folklore tale of a man who
-as sclcted as the leader of
his community by all t:ie other
Io.is irilninitiess. Such was the
nature of the program that all


tians were given the chance to
become familiar with the mani-
festations of the Voodoo cult and
its Gods. It also provided with-
in its scope and excellent medi-
um for displaying the identity
of each divinity by song, dan-
ce. rhythm, and costume.

We cannot but agree that Ma-
caya Roi was a great and wor-
thy effort and that this is what
the theater needs to bring it
back to the Bicentenary exposi-
tion era; however there- were
aspects of the show which call
for criticism criticism which,
it is hoped, will help future
shows climb even higher in in-
ternahonal esteem. *

Improvements could have bee
made in the lighting arrange-
ments. The technicians had the
lights but they didn't use them
advantageously enough to brinm,
forth the choreography and the
movements of the dancers. The
staging was somewhat amateur-
ish in that it lacked harmony
and presented to many gaps -
this meant that the flow of the
show suffered from a stumbling
effect that gave the audience


the impression that the dancers
weren't sure of what was. com-
ing. next. Some of the numbers
lacked-imagination and at times
the backs of the girl -dancers'
blocked the audience's view e.
g. during the Damballa numb-
er, in which the possessed dan-
cer impersonated a snake, the
lead dancer was completely
blocked from view. Interrlission
also came very abruptly.
Allowances must be made ow-
ing to the fact that this was the
premier performance of Macaya
Roi. The next staging of the dra-
matic show should find many of
these problems ironed out.
The decor of the show was
really magnificent. Wel' select-
ed songs and excellently rend-
ered were sung by the mixed
choir led by Paulette St. Lot
and Raymond Dusseck.
Andre Narcisse. playing the
part of Macaya Roi. danced pe-
tro at which he excells but as
a soloist and star of the show
it was by many people that he
should have been featured in
more than two numbers. The
other dancers really excelled
themselves to present a fine per-
formance. One of the girls play-
ing the part of a voodoo parti-
cipant under possession danced
so authentically that it almost
looked like the real thing.
Such presentations as last Sun-
day's folkloric show should de-
finately be encouraged and more
of them should follow in the
near future in order to develop
the local theater and the Hai-
tian audience especially to
bring about a greater apprecia-
tion of the Haitian people for
their own folklore.

The audience attending the
Macaya Roi was large and the
evening was spoilt only by the
rain which started in the first
half and -went from drizzel to
downpour. The show. went on
however because for it to rain
luring a performance of Maca-
ya Roi is not unusual so far
t has rained at every presen-
ation of the show.
Perhaps the 60-odd artists par-
icipating should appease the
Soo d o o divinities (especially
those concerned with precipita-
ion,) with a' liberal sacrifice of
tum days prioi- to their perfor-
nance.


DEDICATION OF RADIO
IVEH ON FEB. 23

Invitations were issued this
veek announcing the dedication
of Radio 4VEH (La Voix Evan-
gelique) by the Oriental Mis-
dionary Society at Cap Haitien
in Thursday February 23, 1961.
The dedication ceremony, -to
ake place at Petite Anse, is
scheduledd to commence at two
o'clock in the afternoon.--
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Sunday February 12th, 1961


"HAITI SUN"


(Continued Iron page 1)
nouncement during the compe-
tition for the top meringue ium-
Iber held al Stadium Sylvio Ca-
lor Monda. evening. HF's w\lids
were greeted enthiniastica.liy
and full advantage" of 'iem is
being taken throughout 'ile Ca-
pital city and its surnoutiis.
Bands, masked balls, street
processions floats and lur theI\'
re all here again this \'e. 'iand
a large number of visit.nr's hal
come to Haiti to joi n in .e s-
tivities which will carry on to
day and wind up on We'iln-sday
Queens iCom the capital and
provincial towns are here to ride
on a succession of c!llorfil,
spectacular tloats tlia have
been kept under wraps o"er the
past few weeks and are n.ow ap-
pearing in the parades before
throngs of people lining lthe
streets :for Mardi Gras' vibrant
actiyirty. S e n o r it a '.:dnlc-na
Drouct, the Queen of F.cui..or-
will sit in state. grace on t.'e
floats along with her Ha'tilan
sisters of "royalty". Senorita


Diouct was introduced l' TV
audiences earl. in the w ee;k i.er
Tele-Haiti by Mayor Jeal Deebh
and commentator Michel. The
host of Haitian Queens ,iiio
made TV appearances andt w:-re
further presented to the p.bi.lic
at the Football Stadium or Mon-
da', night and at the Pa'ildiumin
night club Friday evenirie.
Since AMtonday evening 'hli
tunes setting the pace for a i..c-
king cari.val ihae been pi3 edM
constantly over Port au Prince
radio networks and the top, .iies
have been set as "En v'.'rnt
Mardi Gras". composed h., Val-
demar and placed by t"e ,ed
shirted members of band "iDa-
gon" and "Carnival '61" '. ii. n
for Mardi Gras bJ J. Seji:.:r i.nd
played by "Deranges" "' was
this latter band that took Hiie
top meringue prize last y.' iir;
they came home a close se'..'Ad
this year.
All the city's night clibL and


man, of.- the hotels are
,il-.ut with masked ba
artics to attract 'the


"EN AVANT MARDI GRAS""


gi',ng -The Italian company did not
lls .and disrupt the lives nor the ccono-
an\o v. my of the H'aifian people -- as
so many other similar groups
have done in the past and
they found tiLs iMland arn ideal
locale for their work: especially
since no problems, such a- obs-
tructing TV, telephone no elec.
trick light poles, which n-r be
a big headache to a film l,.l-t.

"Pelle Di Miele" is '-e N to.
ry of a young man, the villagee
"Bacoulou," living on a small
island and devoted to d fine
fighting cock which is his pride
and joy and one ocr-ipc'ion.
However, he finds love, neglects
the bird- and ups and downs
that follow go- from bad to good
and all ends on a happy note.

The Italian Film comp-,.y is
now going to- visit Tr.nidad
where they will film the an.r.al
festivities for carnival and then
Grenada will be visited lor
shooting of the second half of
the film.

During its stay here the film
unit utilize-l Haitian electLrr.ans,
dftvers, helpers and do7?ns of
extras. Many of the extra.: were
'.weUl-known personalities around
the town caught in unexp"ct-
ed pose; ar night clubs wvhirh
the film company' visitedd in the
Capital to make on the spJt
---hots.


National Team For
Costa Rica Selected
(Continued from rnage 1)

nouncement ol t;ie team for the
Central America ind Caribbean
Championship during the fete at
which all the Queens of the Ca-
pthal -and the Equador Queen,
Senorita Madalena Drouet, were
prFeiffted to the large audience.

Gerard Rouzier, along with
trainer- A. Tatsy and FraTrrit
Civil announced that Roger Du-
roseau and Ernest Oriol of the
F.F.A. Committee will accom-
pany the National team to the
,Costa Rica championships.
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at it in the streets of th.- cJap-
ital .and outlying districts 'very
single nighL.
Only sorry note to date c'liuC-'
from local newspaper rlcl'its
which stated this week that nine
deaths and eight injuries r-s i't-
ed last weekend when M?.idi


Gras bands clashed on th.- lit-
tle "lIe a Vache" the ,r:mer
piuate stronghold.
The Haiti Sun t:ikhs ''-l. op-
portunr t:' o v.-isl' :n; o ill 'I*:- rea-
ders anid friends a mic- r: vr.rry
Carnival and MarLdi It..'. for
1961.


crowds. All the popular bands
are .having their work cut out
keping.. up.;with lists of enga-
gements and the music s' not
expected to die down until the
early hours of Thursday, Inor-
ning. The .street bands have
been celebrating Mardi Gr2s for
the past three weekends and
since Monday evening have been



Italians Complete

Film Shooting

(Continued from page 1)

Producer Luigi Rowe ,mis rn
scene Lorenzo Ricciadi and oth-
er members of the film troupe,
called at the Haiti Sun this week
to convey their thanks to mem-
bers of the Haitian pub'ie and
their sincere gratitude to those
w hose help a nd friendliness
"made this island an ideal place
for .filming."


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rAGE 20 Sunday February 12th. lOGI


In Haiti This Week


-Colette Dupont who visited
Haiti five years with two gir
friends has brought nere ihis
week her sister Denyse, and a
lovely friend. Miss Lynn Lan-
glois. Colette works as the Ma-
nager of her father's Jewelry
in Montreal. Denyse vill gra-
- duate soon in Medicine from the
Laval University of Quebec.
Lynn Langlois has tudied Busi-
ness and Trade at Universite La.
val where she has met Jacques
Aine, of Port au Prince. Ihe
three charming girls are stay-
ing ten days at the Grand Ilotel
Oloffson.
-Stunning Red head Mona Hem-
berg from Sweden is perincting
her French in Haiti. Mona who
has been for two years in New
York where she works as a
Ground Hostess for the Scandi-'
navian Air lines has travelled
a lot in this hemisphere, She
has spent some months in Me-
xico to learn Spanish and now
she come here specially to com-
plete her studies in French.
,-Robert Heraux, 15 years old
son of Mr and Mrs Georges He-
raux of the Hotel Sans Souci and
Heraux Tours has been honored
as one of the best of his class
after a month at the College
Stanislas of Paris. He came out
second in his first French ex-
ams over 33 French students.
Bob was a student at the St.
I oius de Gonzague's school. .
--Avi Abramovitz, assistant to
the Commissaire on board of


dthe SS Jerusalem is currently
I visiting Haiti as guest of his
uncle Natan Abramovitz. He is
being introduced to the Haitian
-Society by his cousin Danny.
--Noted Pspchiatrist, Dr Nathan
S. Kline arrived Thursday in
company with Dr Heinz Leh-
mann of the U.S. and Dr De'mis
Lazure of Montreal. .)r l.azure
is the new Head of the Psychia-
tric Hospital.
--Actress Dolores rearnenori
Denney was greeted Thursd.iy
by Banker Russell D. Farnw.rth
of New York. Miss Denney does
acting "and singing. She is cuest
at the Montana.
-American Industrialhi Sam
Gallin is current guest at the
El Rancho.
-Merchant Rempert R. Wurlit-
zer and wife Anna Lee ar? stay-
ing two weeks at the I'illi Cre-
ole.
-Lawyer James H. Matnii,, and
wife Eleanor are also guests at
ihe Villa Creole.
-Chaimante blonde Rosemarie
Stalder. a secretary. at tLie Swis
Embass) in Guatemal., is tn
joying a six day visit in iWilti
She is from Lausanne. ri-s mna
lie is guest at Hotel Flara
-Amy Atlas is back. She \'sit.
,d Haiti a few years aco witl!
friends and loved it. Sn-. is tery'
happy to be back she said. Amy
is the daughter of Mr Arr.old
Reuben who owns the famous
New York "Arnold R~lEuhOn's
restaurant" She ownu~ the At-


TELE-HAITI WEEKLY SCHEDULE

MONDAY FEBRUARY 13, 1961

6:00-Test pattern ---Musici (Rec-rds' Carnival Pararl.
7:00-Evening general program schedule
7:03-Weather Report
7:06--Children's program: Cartoons
7:45-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events
.8:30-The United Shoe Association S.A., the most mol(,lei ii ',
factory in the Caribbean presents its program. "Hligawa:>
Patrol" starring Broderick Crawford.
5.00-Teleneo\s (2nd edition) Summary of the late ncv; Picsen
ted by the Esso Reporter
9.05-Th eVoice of Firestone presents "TV Concert Hall', mrg-
ram sponsored by the Firestone Interamerican Co.
S3: 5-Celebrities in Literature, & Art
3O:00-Close of program National Ahthem
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 14, 1961
6:00-Test pattern Music (Recordi Directly from iel( Haitli'
Studio Carnival Parade
7.00--Evening general program schedule
7:03-Weather Report
7:06--Children's program: a) A children's story; b) C:rtnons:
c) A Western
7:45-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events
S 00-Telecinema
5f 00-Esso Reporter
9.05--Telecinema iCont'd)
IU.00--Close of program National Anthem


FAMOUS -


THE WORLD


las Spirit Co., a liquor store in ing five days at the Oloffson.
New York. She is gues' -it the -Arthur Schonbrunn. a Sales-
El Rancho. man in kitchen equipment and
Sls "seduisante femme" Faye of
Mr Harry Carey Jonas. Vice t.r -, ,, .
-Grerfat T\Nrlk N w Y kr i dwrm


President of Richmond Pulp &
Paper Co of Montreal is paying
a visit to the Haitian Publisher
in view of selling them the pro-
duce of his company. Harry is
waiting for his yatch Lazy Girl,
a, motor sailer which is due to
arrive to Cap Haitien this week-
end from Miami. Lazy (Girl is
i handsome 50ft Holland built
boat. Harry will sail in board
)f the Lazy Girl to San Juan.
He is guest at the El Rancho.


here Friday afternoon for a 3
day visit in company with Bill
Nelson. Manager of a Linen Sup-
ply Store and his "aimable
epouse" Lillian. They are guests
at the El Rancho.
-P u b I i c Relations GC.citrurle
Goldman from Bellmnrr, Mass
is staying a week at the ',ila
Creole Hotel.
-A group of 15 tourists from
Milan arrived here Fr.day and


-Court Reporter John Hcnoit, were greeted by Mme Anne Ma-
Jr. of New York is visiting here rie Armand, President of the
this week with his charming Magic Island Tours. The visit-
wife Jane Marie. They ;,re stay- ors stopped at the Hotel :bo Lele.


MRS. DADLANI

OBITUARY
Mrs K.D. Dadlani, who along with
her late husband who died last
year, opened Maison Orientale
on Tourist Avenue 10 \ears ago,
passed away at her home in
Kingston, Jamaica recently, ter
adopted son. Albert Dadlani, and
other members of the finily,
were at her beside when she
died. She was 54.
Mrs Dadlani last cami1 ti Hai-
ti for six weeks in December
and January. On that occasion
she attended .-heopenit,_ of the
Little Europe shop. She was
cremated and the Hinrdu ritH ;
were performed in Mai;ni. Flo-
rida.
To the members of the 'de-
ceased's family the H-.ti Sun
extends its deepest symn;lllhils.


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Sunday February 12th, 1961