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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00086


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POBT.AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avenue Marie-Jeanne CITE DU MARSAIB ESTIME Phone 2061 Vol XX Thursday November 30th, 1961 No 10



,an. American Festiva

72 Haitians f
Deported pens
From Nassau
AMAS FIGQueens Of Sister
BAHAMAS .FIG"..
ILLEGAL ENTRY Nations Attnd .

Nassau, Bahamas, November Qui Sera;.Qui Seral Jacqueine Ginlaume
r .--Seventy-one Haitians who Elaine Celestin
entered the Colony illegally were Miss Cafe, Mis Haiti, Nocole Thomas
deported Wednesday aboard the Marie Flesretter Samedyl (n1su
4.V. LADY BAILLOU, which is Senorita Pan America? Jerenie
taking them to Pdrt de Paix, Suze Wilson 4ean (Mss ilmlwe)4".
aiti, the- principal aatre of the Figuratively speaking, all hats The latter two, both late arriv
i als. have a 50-50 chance of co -
iirn'gga i ote "packet". now being are in the ring, and there are asrgthve ia t le des ae t i ft
vigorously ,cmb attend by the ten finalists for the first rtwo testingthe title, despite hase h c ti
titles. They ,ar e Oow
Bahamas q ment titles. They are: they arrived ating the chaff from e the' :3
This las pment of deport- Gladys Blot (Miss Cap) separating the haf
aes brinks to 133St the number GlMslaine Delatour (Miss Cayes) gran t
o D ,aitins deported during the Michaele Filus-ime THE PRINC ESe
cuirent ye-,-r an average of Evelyni Miot
(Continued. on pRge 6) MeireNle Hollait A speeoal innovation introduce:
e. d by i uential member of -
pA A& nnrra thee Contest Coin mittee, wi ll It 4k
-rG L /the "Prize for Elegance to
m nrr awgided to oDS of the fiiur 1u
ZIV-V ALve -ladies -who- while e not I. n,

ate DBeat hoto diets) UI aigd Tag erlcan ia- nouned to the Minister of Tou- THE VIsITI O
nflng ve p0D mlHul4 ge- a rut E isw IS Mr Victor N. Constant .
Ing start f~ the public rela- iW they are contributing $ o00 The mos W entatie beau'
tons. created by4he towairds the expenses of the fes- ties of other Webtern Hemirnph-
S. of urla'Pa merlo s-ival, ere countries who. arrived nd
t d Sinkso rism'p ainta merleq e-
Sal of Tbarlsm which is now In order to gain maximum Thursday; Nov. 30th,. the
.ngwhye. coverage .for carrying out a in the tug--war for th:
Queens wepriesentig r13 o planned advertising and public title are r o, at i.
ies will be arrive regularly ism Pan American s sending gl
y an American ipper, .and in a photographer. whi will pho- na's Queen ho was chroid b
Slowly Miss Arlene Nesbitt .a T continuedd on page 14) (ep tinued opa
TB otat FIiht r AmidsW Aiairincan Ao depr- ad Widmaler On Worldw
i -- ige wardess will travel to Haiti to n
h represent the United Statis in,
S 50 ts k Hai-ti T er.sanlkin the Atlantic 150 the festival. Miss Nesb4tt r ent- ( O ,
southeast-of 30 after a. col.sion with a Bana- ly returned from Europe where e mqsi of Herby idmaier nahonai i C iatring
t the -US1 G ard reploi d Sunday. she traveled with a groap under and his group will be heard musical talents of Widmaiera
the auspices of the, US. tate throughout the world Friday well as those of Hectqr A ..-.
i Car ita 00- 'tod- at Palm Beach this morningDepartment as "Miss Visit U. nibth do of Guatemala and the.
V s"iri' v .,. L ,., j...
Stloaded ith 'a 'cargo of with, Its cargo of bananas, ha S. A." Begiin pg at 8:15 p.m. local oe Quintet fpm la
fronm Haiji, struck the a crew.of 12, ihostly Balaians. The Managemept of Pan Am, tie-tie oice.of Amnerica JaMI Commenting eof: tfiem
'Trader, a. converted LCI Coast Guard.officials reported erican Airwaysin Haiti.also an- PrU idi c t. $t each ,wijl eoap ao
general cargo from Mi- that a distress call wap sent by ..-...
Io N a' Prinhce. No one (Contipued onp age 2) Bacoulou Troupe
S e '180-oot Haiti Trader was B Charity Event At Previews Fetival
F"W transferred safely to the Ca-
rn r The Ligue Feninihe d'Action Odette Wierner, Founder-direc-
d.ntacted by ship-to-sbbre radio, big party on M .ornday next Dec- pe has announced that for the
tor- Miami his vessel hit the ember 4th at Cabane Choucoune Pan American Tourist Festival
iti Trader. He said visibility with the participation of Wpbei an entirely new show entitled
poor. Sicot's' jazzband and Bacoulou .BAI. NEGRE" has been pre-
Troupe. pared.
Haiti Trader did not sink,
r, and Ca t. Jadier at- The party will begin at 9:00
ted to tow it to Miami. p.m. and many other attractions, It will be presented at the Ca-
Haiti Trder, of the Ste- as ,parade of gracious models baret Theatre Bacoulou next
Brothers Line of Port au for robes and hairdressing, will Wednesday December 6th. This
ce left Miami about 4 p.m. be offered to the audience. is the date of the official-vsit
ay,'was captained by Vic- The profits of that party will of the 'Beatuty Queens to Baconu-
.Galeano, of Miami, and had be used to feed and to dress poor lou's t r adi ti on a l Wednes-
crew of seven Haitian nation. children. day evening. Monday December
The LAFS launches an appeal 4th a pre-view of the new reper-
Distress Call to all people who. desire to -help tory hill be presented at had '.
Caravan, which was due the organization.. (Continued on page 18) erby Widmaner-and his Staieta .
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In Haiti This Week
SBy AUBELIN JOLICOEL

S*"A group bf 16 Californian Realtors landed
here a few days ago for a three day visit. They
were greeted by their Tour Leader Mr. Wil-
liam E. Witherspoon, President of the-Wither-
Sspoon Travel Service and his wife who arrived
a day before, and Mr Georges Heraux of the.
Heraux Tours. The party which stayed at the
El Rancho included Satn Stashak and wife
Lois from Lake County, California, his brother
V -Frank and his wife Marie from Miami Beach, Mildred Stanley,
!Notary from Long Beach. California, Florence Lynch, a Realtor
r;-.:fTom' Menlo Park, California, Alfred Bruce McInthyre and wife
I1 Elizabeth, Bob Anderson and wife Ethel, Mark H. Seaver and wife
1 Teresa, Reg Dupuy and wife Wilma, Dorothy McIntyre Annis,
SHarvey E. Miller and wife Lois.
** Jim McGuire.is back home again. Jimmy a prominent Real-
tor in New York is on his third trip here in a year. He will spend
4a month at the Grand Hotel.Oloffson.
'.**"Lovely Miss Joan Gallahan, a Secretary, for ai investment
.'banker in New York stopped here Tuesday on her way-to Jamaica.
[IHiti is included in her itinerary but she wants it to be the last
spot of her trip through the Caribbean. She is arriving this week-
.end. -
S.**Arthur Shindler, a famous Restaurateur in New York is
. visiting again with a beauty, his "bebe" wife "fraulein" Ingrid
,IFreyberg. Art is staying at the El Rancho run by his brother
LBen Shnidler.
K-
"' **Stan Bauser, Communication Supervisor for the European Di-
vision of Pan Am rn New York is visiting wth beautiful wife Wilma.
S***Hans Albert Rose-Rqlant, a German Actor from Vienna is
i spending two weeks here. a
.. -
S*#"Misses Gun JH Wenerbeg. and Birgit Caisson, two charming
./.:-- ,
:.- sitors from Siockholm just completed a four day visit here.
..They stayed at the Grand Hotel Oloffson. Miss Gun H. Wenner-
I:'berg is a Sales Office Supervisor for PAN AM in Stockholm and
l'Miss Birgit Carlsson is with Nordisk Atlas Travel Service in Stock-
ia.Jolm, Sweden. They visited. Cap-Haitien and the Citadel.
J:


HAITIAN ARCHIVIST IN WASHINGTON Mr Laurore St; Juste
(left), Directeur des Archives Natlonales at Port au Prince, reprds-
iented Haiti at the Inter-American Archival Seminar held In Wash-
lEgton Oct. 9-27. Shown with him is Madame St Juste and Dr.
: Wayne C. Grover, Archivist of the United States. A ,total of 42
..-archives specialists and historians representing 29 archives in 18
American counties attended the seminar, which was the'first of
SIts kind organized in the Western Hemisphere. The seminar ses-
ialoem were held in the building of the National Archives of the
united State&
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"HAITI SUN"


""*Mr Irwin Ress, an Account
Executive for the McCann Erick-
son, one of the -largest Adveris-
ing Agencies in New York prri-
ved here Thursday with his pret-
ty wife Joan, also in Advertis-
ing, he is with "OGILVY, BEN-
SON &' MATHER". Irwin and
Joan who 'got married last Sept-
ember are on their honeymoon.
They were recommended here
by Mrs 'Jean Hagin Leitner, Di-
rector of Advertising for the
French National Railroads in
New York who visited Haiti two
years ago with her husband. Mr
and Mrs Trwin Ress spent four
days at the Grand Hotel Oloff-
son and one day at the Ibo Lele.
***The 36 members of the Na-
tional Association of Fashion
and Accessory Designers (NA-
FAD) of the U.S. led here on
November 18 for a 7 day visit
by Mrs Lois Kindle Alexander,
National President of this Or-
ganization and Program Officer
for Housing and Home Finance
Agency, of the Urban Renewal
(Continued on page 15)

Haiti Trader Sinks In...
(Continued from page 1)
the Haiti Trader at.7:37 p.m. The
collision, they said, occurred on
the Grand Bahamas Bank, on
the' eastern edge of the Santaren
Channel.

A cutter was dispatched, then
recalled when it was learned
that Haiti Trader crewmen had
.been laken aboard the Caravan.
The Haitian crew and Captain
Victor Galeano were taken to
Miami where another of the
company's vessels, the' Haiti
Merchant, was in the process of
loading, cargo for Haiti.
The ship's value was estimated
to be Over $50,000 and the loss
of general cargo including cook-
ing Oil, new International Trucks
and twenty tons of paper for
Deschamps was placed at
$75,000.

Stephen Brothers Haiti's sole
overseas shipping line, is step-
ping up the outfitting of the MV
"Arvida Bay" a 700 ton freight-
er in Miami to replace the Haiti
Trader. A spokesman for the
company .said with the loss of
the Haiti Trader they hope to
put the Arvida into service by
the end of December to enable
the company to keep up Its Mi-
ami-Haiti run.


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15 Bourdon
Phone 2620
Cable Address: AILOICO

Renting of Houses, Apart-
ments. Bungalows, Camping
Houses for short or long
period.

Buying and selling of com-
mercial businesses such as:

Bars, Restaurants, Hotels etc.
Reservations at Hotels and
Guest-Houses

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Manager
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Thursday November 30, 1961 HA IT S U N
"GLARING NEED: POLITICAL. !.EADENRS;'I!P

[. Will The D.R. Go The


.I Wav Of Cuba?.


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(This is the second of a series of articles by a SAN JUAN
reporter, A. W. Maldonado, who has covered the Dominican


tion for a year and who just returned from th
I, -l where he saw the beginnings of freedom.)


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Will the liberated Dominican has the whole-hearted. supp
Republic go."the way of Cuba' Washington.
,.j (using. President Joaquin Bala-
guer's phrase)? The answer lies But the NCU is, as i
Sin the outcome of the fierce pol- called itself from the begin
itical power struggle now, going apolitical. The NCU was t
'on within the Republiq. ly. group that could bring
other the Dominican peol
The most glaring need. today oust, the Trujillos. It did
in the country is political lead- Inviting into its ranks d
ership. Whether the country will cans of, every political
1'gp to the left, center, -or again even former servapts o
to the rightwill dependon which' Trujillo regime.
political grouilcomes out on top
during' the 'coming crucial days. Its leader, Viriato, Fia
The Natior Civic Union is 66-year-old physician-philos
-~--today the ony' effective political dramatizes the essentially
Force i the country,. Its.leader- iticals nature of the NCU
'ship has.. thep-4thusaste dc port sees his mission as patriot
'.otf- the0.,mnidl sl'iakr'nd 4 go6d not. political."'He has" r
.irt of .the.' masses. : ,great. pressure. from, the.
Sand' NCU leaders'to assume
The N.C.U. leadershipp is most- sonal command of ,the cou
9'' ly- al-democati -pro-U. S. politics. "tFallo" ed' the
.Its battle against the Trujillo against Trujilld without, a
Regime was characterized .by of. political ambition. To
i, continuous appeal .flor ,'nog~dera- a pp'pllitical post pow, *lie
tion and noinioence. NCU lead- .would make his mission
ers claim that the movement pure. ,



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the extremists take over the
June 14 group by controlling Ta-
varez; that the NCU fail to
assume political .leadership; 'that
Balaguer, unwanted by the peop-
le, continue in power over a pro-.
longed period, forcing the peop-
le towards adoption of despet-
aje,, extreme measures of put-
ting an end to all traces of thd
Trujillo regime.

The third political group in the
country now is the Dominican
Revolutionary Party. This is the
only truly political party now in
the country withtrue politicians


STAR The NCU will become a pol-
situa- tical party and participate in .the
government. There is consider-
Sable speculation in the couhtry
that when this happens, the N.
C.U. will break up. From intern-
port of al dissention.
Whether this will happen de-
pends primarily on the ability
it has of Fiallo to exert full political
inning, leadership. In turn, whether the
he on- Dominican people will 4be led
; toge- along center-democratic lines de-
ple to pends on the .NCU's. organizing
so by .itself into. a political machine
iomini- capable of transforming the great
shade- popular support it now has into
If the effective 'political action.

S Running a poor second in pop-
llo, a tL2r support but potentially' a
iopher, force is the" June 14 Movement!
apol- (which now calls itself the Junde
Fiallo 14' Political Group).
tic -.
resisted June 14 is a radical, extreme;
people ly nationalistic group with a seti
e per- program,. for. carrying out -the'
intry's Dotninicap Kevolutioh. Its 'lead--
fight ership is 'divided among de.no-1
trace cratic leftistss and extremists.
accept The extremists are Fidelista but
feels. so far they do: not have the up-
n less per hand.'
Manolo -Tavarez Justo, 31, tall,
impressive leader of the June
4. Movement is a, firm 'nation-
alist with a heroic and tragic
history. Tavarez, like other Do-'
minicans tortured by the Tru-
jillos, gives 'the wrong impres-
sion of being mentally dull. He
appears to,:have difficulty in
concentrating in a conversation.
.He looks at one blankly. and
UJ often asks one to repeat one'S
words.

Tavarez, however, is keen, in-
telligent, and has a firm grasp
of Dominican history. He com-
mands, strict loyalty of those
around him. Extremists ir his
group believe they can control
Tpvarea by playing on ,his ,na-
tionalistic; emotions: The demo-
cratic-lftists' believe that they
,can get rid of Tavarez should the
"June 14 turn extreme left.

'The likelihood today of the
country going the "way of Cu-
ba" rests on the following: that



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at the helm. Dominicans unkidd q
ly call the D.R.P. the "phantojl
party"-that is, the party wMt
out followers. -

The DRP has been strongly.
pro-Balaguer from- the moment
its leaders returned to the couin-
try from exile. As, the fi-rst o
position group in the country
after the. assassination of Dict
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Thursday November 30, .1981


ador Ne Departs
Stere f aind"lopli- the State Department. It was in
U t nation; and to.Thomondewithths capacity at he accompany
hI V -m Andre Theard, 'Mkinister of, Agrl led former Vice-President and
culture. H6 also found time td Mrs Richard M. Nixon on a 30-
take his family on a short vaca- day tour of 'Central America and
'tion to Cap'Haitlen and the Ci- the Caribbean in 1955. This trip
t delle. Tiwo' months aTo on a includedd a 3-day visit to Port
trip by plane, jeep, boat and au Prince, and as'Ambassador
horse to Le de la 'Tortue un. Newbegin recalls, a very warm
happy islanders were unable to welcome for the Nixon entour-
catch a turtle after which the age. From 1956 to 1958 he was
island is named and the Ambas- chief of Personnel in charge of
sador had voiced a des-'e to eat. the 26,000 employees of the
The imaginative islanders then State Department and the For-
baked in bread an exact re- cign Service.
plica of a turtle, fins and all
for this jolly guest who declar- 0n MaIrch 26, 1958 Presilent
ed thd taste was "delicious_" Eisenhower named him Ameri- i
Like most career diplomats, can Ambassador to Hondurac,-a
Ambassador Newbegin started at 'and six months later. appointed
Sthe bottom of the diplomatic hiin a career minister. In re- I
corps-as a vice-consul in 19301 cogntion df his achievements as a
in Berlin. American- Amassadornr the c,


His first Latin American ass-
:ignment came a year later in
Monteifdeo followed in 1933 by
'a four-year tour as the Ambas-
arndor's ripvate secretaTa in


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former U.S. Secretary of State
Christian A. Herter presented
him last 'November witlI the De-


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'Mexico City. y nI 'ta*
After ..four' years in Ankara. LaViaL l
Turkey, the last thtee packed '
writh war time trpsion .and ex. HAJTIAN INSTITUTE OF DANCE
citement, Newbegin returned to .
'the, Caribbean as. Deputy Chief ANNOUNCES IFOkE THE FALL. TERM O.E,;S IN
.Robert" "" w, 'of; Mission at Santo Dorhingo. 1-CLASMSIBA.IEY
r 1.n.or retn ap o .Washington. ,The end of World War IT saw .MIoDI AlfALA r
b f0 13'e I 'o ..4 Mr Bay. Thurston serving witt him- in .Washington D. C., where '-MO RN '' I Qi Mt
D p.s m ;.. j, 1 V. .. ,,I &' ~ I. .7 .., ....1- .-- o ....1.,
t e .Departnentmt.center has been named ".:. he spent two years in ~e Divi- IB *
to. : sion of Caribbean and Central a j)
..ritWe" o-fez z ALJi lP ,Do )
e N ei, U.e S -... American Affairs for the Depart- AZZ ANDTP DA
bert Newbegin, Unite St ot. Mbeia restricted to the West-, ment of State before/transferring ..B R..O
e$.Ambaspador to Halti t r. 13 'ern emi~ipheret Starting with: to Bogota, Columbia. ., -TE4JC~i S E R P. RANING. ... '
orths, leaves fo, Washirlon his iilversity days the Americar n In 1951 he again left the West- 7-HBI OOF R AIS OAL 'REPER-
mc reassignment D q.e em b- AAmbassador has traveled to five ern Hemisphere, this time for RAR 'r
i0tfti leaving, behind a recordL coninegts and visited more than. a year's assignment in Paris, TO, .... ..OR BA-
o 4iow:ig the ciintiy iny which ,50 ti c frbm' Tannarive, Ma-. followed by a two year tour as a S YP DE", etc ,.
ed, ,.The.'dapLpr diplopiat. .dagscar.fei Leningrad, ('Russia:;o foreign service inspector and vi- : 8-P XE DAJL CA ~ S LS LS iR; SEALL CHL N.
.slir eeved pled almps frm. Pern to Manila. sits'of varying duration to 28 A: '3 TO 6YTEAER-IILD .l.-D. '. '
:.,-f tie 'Hati uduiring his ass. ,i Jewbegi's first 'months' in' foreign capitol on-four contin- '.:', SCHOOL LOCATED '..
jirg i ee.... ...'.PP or "au;,Pinnce saw little, e\sid-i" ents. : ',.o- .O oI O .. ,
M iPpt9,e e.i POn-t.e Chqaipd:dei Mars, iaext-tAoM Reg5Thesfrx
P tag.s.' 3-year diplomatic on .,- desire to know the From 1954-1956 the' America'- '
eer Neb., s.. seen dy alras to which he is assigned. Ambassador served as Irectr
ioI, Laq An iekiran ifepb- Since his arrival' October 19. of Middle American Affairs in T O UPS AND STNGI E DANOC.RS.
sieen. 'Aiibassador1 'to -wo- 1960: the 56-year-old .career di7-
t;.hei#id seired.as Assistart plomrat has made official visits *' ..k :jX I
,if-' :of the Division of .Carib- to: Miragoane with' Marcel Da- .
iiand' Ce'ntral .Aneric'i 'Af- I.fjec ipr Minister of. Public 'i
'.and .Chief. Division%,Paama ,Wrks.lP'te Cole projects with: .. L.
S .Central American. Affairs. Clovjs .Ri or, Minister of Conm-
al years later he T.sDib-. me'and Industry:, Artibonite
tc, 9f1 Middle American. Affairs Valley with Dr.Herve Boyer, Mi-
'6 U.S. Stat. Department. sister of Financh;..Jeremie with;
ais travels, 'however, have Dr Carlosi'Boulas ..former Minis-l
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iar with the local languages..
Not only has he p rom o.t.e.d.
French-language training for. U.
S. government, employees but
has also encouraged many to
learn Cresle in Haiti.
Robert 'Newbegin was .born:
February 5, 1905' in Bangor,. Mai-.
ne the son of an Episcopalian
minister. le attended summer
sessions at Grenoble University
and later Yale University, where
in 1927 he received his Bachelor-
of Arts Degree with majors in*
history, and English literatures,
He then studied for two yiars
at the'Harvard University.Law
School before following lis'h ii-
erests in International relations
o a career in the foreign serv-
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; A T one unfortunate experience with Why, you ask, should we be.
H AITI S U N the Bambou Shop. excited. Why should anyone who .
Sincerely, has bounced back and forth bet- .
THE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEW8PAPB : Robert F. Karsch. ween Miami and Mexico for 30 .'2
Community Weebt Published Sunday Mornng November 9, 1961. years and hopped on and off
SEditor.PnubllsWher BmERNARD DIyEDRImig Dear Senor: inaugural flights by Phe dozens .
E u BERNA DIE C Any moment now this letter be excited?
SGerant-Besponsable MAUCLAIB LABMSRIEBB Pnd the author are taking off on This time it is different, am
ESTABLISHED ISN 15 920 Edgewood Avenue Pan Am's Miami-Mexico City go. This flight across the G
Columbia, Missouri,- USA inaugural jet. of Mexico is the BIG ONE -
EEKE OF 'THE HANDICAPPED November 14, 1961. ~ We are so excited it is'diffi- the link that ties together al':#
Editor cult to write, mi "cuate. (Continued on page a13
SThis time each year The Haitian Association for the Haiti Sun .
rehabilitationn of the Handicapped opens a drive for Avenue Marie-Jeanne
Port au Prince, Haiti.
assistance Dear Sir:
SThe week of the handicapped reminds us of our duty
as.able bodied citizens towards our less fortunate bro- In August my family and I
others. The Association in its appeal (or-assistance to spent a very delightful visit of
about two weeks in your beauti-
-,maintain its various services for blind, deaf and dumb, ful country. We enjoyed the
ful country. We enjoyed 'the
'crippled and-paralyzed leaves the contribution up to friendly hospitality of the peop-
the' civic minded citizenry. le and the hotels, the good food,
We reprint, on page 13, this year's letter of the As- and the excellent guide service.
soition, Most of oi# shopping was `ina-
tisfactory. P(irchases: mailed by
._ ,_ ,La Belle .Creole, ,Gif Pair, Red
S Carpet, La Perl'e des Antilles,
I A PLEASANT, LESSO 'N COMMERCE and Corner Shop 'were received
in excellent condition. One paint- D D
Sinug mailed by Native Art Cent- 1
House here in ort au Price; a plesniiformative very poorly packed and arrived
experience ; badly damaged.
The two 'irge export warehouses cover more than We purchased a drum on Aug-
in acre in floor-area and these days are. filled almost ust 16 from the Bambou Maho-
ti the, eaves with coffee in bright new hgs of 60 kilos gany Factory and Shop, 281 La-.
.(133 pounds) each. Sure, the price of coffee is slightly lue (same address as Native
depressed now, but in New York it is 33% cents per Art Center), paying the man $10
pound compared to 6 ent per pod which included shipping charges.-
pound at esentas compared to 36 cents per pound The drum has never arrived. I
last year at this time; not too bad. The good crop.and wrote to Bambou Shop on Oct-
big exports mean fine revenue to the Haitian Govern- ober 17 about this, but received 'r
inment for there is a tangible tax on the. export of coffee. no reply. After we made the r
The next intriguing feature 6f the coiffd Urofi is that purchase: while still in Port au
it is all bagged in new sisal bags, a product of SAFICO, Prince, we were told by some
tourists that things purchased
a private-enterprise in Haiti. This use of sisal bags t the Bambou Shop were some-
proddhed-here saves some $100,000 in balance of pay- times not mailed out. Apparently
mnents for Haiti, besides providing more employment this has happened to us.
'and tax-revenue to the Gove nment. The bags are a I tell you this only in the
;ine product easily handled by the dock-workers. thought that, through your bus- ir ;
SIn the warehouse also were stocked cartons of'sweet- iness and tourist associations in
ehocolae being exported by the Scharf Brothers; our Port au Prince,' you .ma be e
guess is it was about 27,000 bs. a visual weekly ship- able to do something to protect
:_ment. Again new revenue for the country, employment, ulial o disoest s if
.and taxes to the fovernient. you know about them. I
.: .you know about them.
Guess what next; some stacks of well packed cart- ,.m.
Thore is, hoWiver, so.iiuc h
.i of dried Mangoes also for New York, an outlet for that is beautihol i i OF AIR-SPEEDED TIME'
-ourhuge surplus of Mangoes, wasted in the past, and the i eople, and their
now a source of revenue to the small farmmrs in the friendliness- that these good .Ne .a '
(. ~(, Continued on page 1U) things. more than outweigh the a a M E
f.' a .6 -:-..0
M-"- ii,- to 'TIME at thi special rate shown below, you _
1 qU Amoay and enjoy the convenience of havir-g your personal -
a si elaere bd to .\'o: r dcor or post office box. Subscribe
,,rm...n ei j6y TI. E's crlip, clear, accurate reporting of the
wee '. a igniicant ev'.a.ts in: .
I' Warnational Affair Medicilne At
U i. Ne Sport Book e
F%.. .~ res. Cinema,
SSc.ence Theater Music
All this plus extra news of Latin Amrrica in the edition yo :
eercei-e; candi,. often courageous raigorting of events not
covered else" ar -.
SI7 out the r "ipon below and hari it with pa: rent to your
.subscription i,:aalr, neweagert or bo, :'.ligr-or send to theI
a drtss,shown. This offer applies to nt .va shscrib rs only.
11Ia MI a 1111 m M aM n EX i .11 OFll M IF7 l "_4J
rime I.lternatior ", rn B.-:- le rationale de la
u l3puJiq. d H;.,;.. PIrt :-Prince
PleIe Ia. m Li'--speeI I TIME L.!in America
for 410 rtt- c as the s; .':,tm introductory pricp: G 35,00


ti's "Glngerbread Palace" and famed hostelery the Grand Hotel Oloffson, show place o Ad:., .a L r o. o. ox2
architeture, exquisite cuisine and conton ted living. et amongst a myrlal of tropleal frees ounr
the Oloftfon, complete with maulature pool, is the haven,for the uninhibited. 301







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71 Haitians
S(Continued -rom page. 1)
['; rover 120 a month. It equals the
Combined total for the two pre-
tieding years.
l. Wednesday's exodus virtually
Il~eaed. out the Haitian popula-
A tion'at Her Majesty's Prison
h'e*re, where illegal entrants are
ii:'customarily serving sentences of
:.six months each "subject to, ear-
i.lier deportation". The few re-
"'maining are mostly Haitian'
4'sloop masters and crew memb-
:ers who were convicted of bring-
,Ing in the illegal immigrants.
i We.-are leaving a skeleton
..ew, an Immigration. officer
i-.p ld.i.. .
. '.he deportees were brought to
S.the 'dbek where LADY BAILIpU
,j'l in two large brues and plac-
.e.'aboard the motor. vessel. As
te boat pulled off they lined
dhr .decks ad waved their
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ANNOUNCES
BAR Geisha & SALON Guinee


; Deported... Airline Belongingg To
t"'Haid hitei ineaieiwo\a
But Bahamian onlookers, H,. ,a I n
mindful of the'persistence with miSSUittg'
which deported Haitians return
to the Bahamas -some as many The Super Constellation with
as three and four times- treated the big sign on its fuselage. "Hal;-
the occasion as one for "au re- ti International" which carries
voir" rather than "adieu". fresh meat from Haitian-Amer-
"See you next week!" several ican Meat Packihg Plant Cornm
of them called out as Lady Bail. pany (HAMPCO) to'Puerto Rico,
lou slowly pulled away. / left San Juan last Sunday eh-
route to Manhgua, Nicaragua,
.for a cargo-of meat. There has
been no word from the plane in
I 4 intervening days and it is fear-
ed lost with its crew of three.
A searchh was made bylAmeri-
can Military plaires and the U.S.
Coast Guard but there has been
no news.

Seven -To Check\ On
.dOSE0 P NADAL ,I OM Jet Airport
Agets. Cn stMrctnn


CUISINE OF THE FAR EAST
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A Presidential Decree publish-
ed in the Moniteur sets upa
committee of seven, (ATRAPO1
for the administration of the
construction of the new jet air-
por at "Mais Gate". Members
1are:,-the Secretaries of State for
Commerce and' Industry, for Fi-
nonce, for Public Works, the '
President of the National Bank
arid the permanent Secretary of
the .Administratiye Council. Aldo .
to be appointed are two memb- Your cbarming Hostess BATHERINE
ers from the oldest international .
airline operating in Port au Prin- ,, I" g 'S
ce Pan American Airways. .
To this committeee... ; dt. Sr ...edC
will be added twq more .memb- r
ers when the airport"begins fune-
tioning, such members to-be se- eSe d
elected from two othwe airlines .
bperlating international y.
peating intmatnay..At the PeriMtyle JANSE VAUDL
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Dr FRANCOIS DUVALIER
President of the Republic

In view of Articles 43, 66, 90 and 154 of the Constitution;
In view of the Law of June 6, 1924 creating the Internal Revenue
Office;
In view of the Decree-Law of May 2. 1942 as amended by that
of August 13 of the same year and by the Law of September 6, 1948;
In view of the Presidential Decree of of October 1, 1948 published
in LE MONITEUR of October 7, 1943, No. 93:
In view of the Law of September 17, 1958 regarding the Income
Tax;
In view of the Law of November 10, 1959 amending the provi
sions of Articles 6, 9 and 20 of the Law of September 17, 1958:.
In view of the Law of July 4, 1933 on the Registration and Con-
servation of Mortgages:
In view of the Laws of September 10, 193-1, January 13, 1938,
January 30, 1948. September 7, 1949 and the Law of November 17,
1959 amending certain provisions of the Law on Registration and
Conservation of Mortgages;
Whereas it is necessary to establish a fair division of the public
charges \vith due regard for the contributive ability of the taxpayer;
Whereas it is appropriate to take into consideration both the
origin and the nature of incomes deriving either from industrial,
commercial or professional profits or from any other activities
whatsoever which involve gain, profit, or income:
.Whereas in the matter at hand the applicable rate is to be de-
termined in the light of profit margins of commercial, industrial
and professional income and of incomes arising from all other
remuneratve activity whatsoever;
Whereas it is evidently also necessary to improve the "Forfait"
system based on the rental value of property or on business volume;
Whereas the application of a rate fairly established can pre-
cede thd incidence of the tax, in the interests of both the urban
and rural masses;


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Whereas it is necessary to supplement certain provisions of the listed hereinafter.,is de piano jure.sul
laws on registration of certain documents with a view to reinforc- Tax. Income may comprise the follow
ing fiscal control methods; a) Industrial and commercial
Whereas the Economic salvation of the Country must be the come;
common work of all and their devotion to this purpose must be b)' Amounts of money corstitut
shown by tangible acts of cooperation and solidarity; particularly from rental of
Whereas .it is indispensable that proper measures be taken by aries, etc;
the responsible authorities with a view to preventing and punishing, c) Profits derived from trans
tax evasion; sions, brokerages and any o
Upon the report of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Affairs; the net plus-value deriving I
And after consideration by the Council of Ministers; d) Obligations arising from de
HAS PROPOSED sions or for services render
And the Legislative Chamber has voted the following Law: Article 3.-Income Tax is paid on i
CHAPTER I ized in Haiti, whatever may be the p
DEFINITION.- if the benehciary does not have his re
Article 1.-Income is the return from individual or collective in this event, an individual or joint ei
activity, the usufruct of a right which produces an increase in ments to beneficiary residing abroad
wealth or which satisfies needs, either in the form of currencies the Fiscal Administration the income
in kind, resulting from an intellectual or material initiative during is subject.
a given period. This deduction shall be made in acci
The word Income means any gain, profit or benefit resulting scale of taxation, except in cases where
from trade, business, or industry, wages (including bonuses and Article 4.-Any joint or individual e
New Year's gifts), pensions, profits from agricultural enterprises. 15 days after the final settlement of fl
rent or annuities, profits derived from transferable securities, es- a foreigner to submit a final declaral
specially dividends, interest or any other profits deriving from any the beneficiary residing abroad, witti
kind of securities in any form whatsoever, total or partial reim- ponding income tax attached. Failure
bursements of capital stock made otherwise than by a regular
decision for the purpose of reducing' the capital stock, commissions
end brokerages, net profits on repurchases, transfers and sales
of securities and stocks and any other gains including the plus-
vajue obtained from any sale of real estate.
CHAPTER II
TAXABLE ENTITIES.- g .
Article 2.-Any individual: corporation, company, joint or indi-
\idual enterprise whatsoever obtaining income in any of the ways B- -[T lL
-s se 1,


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WER; not pony power!


Ypu can put almost any engine on a dynamometer
when it's brand new and it will deliver advertised
horsepower. But how quickly does that horsepower
shrink to "pony" power? How much will it cost you
Stb keep it up?
Successful irrigation demands steady, reliable
horsepowLi that you can depend on to start when
you want it and see you throtigh the season with-
out a hitch. This describes a .Cat Diesel Engine.
See is we'll prove the BIG DIFFERENCEI

TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT Co. S. A.
e Bmnneiil. Manager -- hancerelles
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Tax


et to payment of Income
g itens
fits, and professional in-

personal income, derived
bperty, or mortgages, sal-
I
able securities, comn'is-
'r periodic gains including
m a real transaction;
,ed payments of commis-
i.
me listed above and real-
ce of establishment, even
lence in the Country. And
prprise which makes,pa.\-
required to withhold for
ix to which the'taxpayei

iance with the progressive
ie Law provides otherwise.
erprise is required within
salary or fees allotted to
In of personal income for
he amount of the corres-
1 the part of any joint or


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This English Translation of the new Income Tax Law will be Printed in three installments.


individual enterprise to comply with the provisions of tle present
Law will render it liable for payment of the income tax and of
the additional 10 per cent surtaxes per each month's delay or
fraction thereof, witHout prejudice of a fine of from G. 1,000 to
t. 5,000.
Article 5.-In case of lack of a declaration, and in the absence
of exact information on the civil status of the beneficiary residing
abroad. the tax shall be calculated on the basis of the personal
exemptions granted to a bachelor by Article 87 of the present Law.
Article 6.-The declaration to be submitted by a joint or indivi-
dual enterprise on behalf of a beneficiary may include as deduc-
tions, other than those provided in the pertinent chapter of the
present Law, as concerns the personal income tax, only interest
in so far as the latter has as beneficiaries an-establishment with
headquarters in Haiti or a person residing and domiciled in the
Country.
Article 7.-A joint enterprise is required. to declare to the Intern-
al Revenue Office between October 1 and 15 of each fiscal year.
all interest, arrears, or any other profits paid to the beneficialris:
premiums on shares, presence chits, stock dividends, remuner-
atinos and in general this declaration must show: The name and
first name of the beneficiary as well as the amount of any oper-
ation having for its purpose the transfer of incon from the
property of the corporation to that of the. shareholders ot partners,


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or to any party holding any income-producing share or obligation
in the joint enterprise.
Article 8.-Distribution of the capital stock occurring due to
liquidation or any other cause is taxable at the fixed rate of 10
per cent on the whole of the amounts distributed as currency,
shares or otherwise, due deduction being made from the actually
liberated capital remaining to be reimbursed.
Article 9.-As regards commissions and brokerages, a joint or
individual enterprise is required to withhold 10 per cent from the
amount granted, to be paid to the Internal Revenue Office between
the 1st and the 15th of the month following the operation, along
with an explanatory statement.
Commissions converted into bonds shall be taxable under the
same conditions.

Joint or individual enterprises are subject to this requirement
under penalty of being liable to the payment of this deduction and
of additional 10 per cent surtaxes for each month's delay or frac-
hon thereof, beginning from the 15th of the month following the
month during which the commissions and brokerages were paid.
Article 10.-Joint or individual enterprises shall be responsible
to the Fiscal Administration for payment of the individual income
tax to which foreigners are subject when brought to Haiti for
(Continued on page 10)


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purpose oY carrying out provisional work for the account of
aid enterprises.
such cases, the joint or individual enterprise is required to
e a withholding according to the schedule of taxation prescrib-
SArticle 90 of the present Law, due consideration being given
e deductions provided for the personal income tax, the latter
Calculated as a function of the number of months spent in





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Article 11.-Exceptionally, a personal income tax of G. 250.00,
will be required from foreign traveling salesmen, no matter What
has been the volume of their transactions in Haiti and.the period
during which these have been concluded.
Article 12.-Exceptionally, a personal income tax to be charged
to the seller shall be applied to any real estate transaction show-
ing a plus-value at the taxable rate shown below:
From G. 1.00 to 5,000.00 .........3.. per cent
Over G'. 5,000.00 ...............--....5 per cent
Article 13.-Notaries'public, sellers and buyers are required to
sign a certificate showing the foUowing items:
Description of the property and of adjacent properties
Name and first name of the seller
Name and firstname of the buyer
Present price of the property
Former price of the property
Commission, paid to the broker by the seller
S Commission paid to the broker by the buypr, as appropriate.
This certificate shall be submitted by one of the above-mention-
ed interested parties, to the nearest Internal Revenue Office in
the Property Jurisdiction at the time of deposit of the document
concerning the transaction.
The Internal Revenue Office:. following .its estimate ,of the sale.
price of the property, may proceed with its appraisal according
to the pertinent provisions of Chapter IV of the Law of July, 4,
1933. The results of the appraisal will oblige the seller to pay with-
out delay the tax on the plus-value, if there is one.
Article 14.-There may be deducted from the sale price of the
property expenses for improvement, -enlargement, or transform-
'ation effected by the seller, as well as brokerage. fees. .
For this purpose, the necessary justifications must be Submitted&:.
to the 'Internal Revenue Office or, in the absence thereof, an4'.
estimate of these expenses, the total of which, in the latter case,''
may not exceed 50 per cent of the amount to be deducted frOIA'
the plus-value. -- *
Article 15.-Sellers and buyers, as appropriate, shall be required.'
to withhold 5 per cent from commissions paid to brokers, to beq."
paid at the same time as the income tax on the true plus-value.
This withholding at the fixed rate of 5 per cent must be made:-
by the seller and the buyer, as appropriate, and the requirement
must be met even if the sale does not involve any plus-value.
Article 16.-The income tax on commis-ions and brokerages is
deductible' from the taxable income of the taxpayer, on the basis
of the final declaration.
The amounts paid on the "forfeit" basis remain the property'
of the Financihl Administration, no matter what may ,be the
results shown by the said declarations.
CHAPTER II
INCOME TAX ON 'THE. "FORFEIT" BBSIS.-.
Article 17.-Taxabre income on 'the. "forfeit" basis is the volume
of business representing the total amount of sales, of reimiera.
.tions received in payment-for services rendered, and of any trans-
actions covering loans of funds.
Income tax on business volume is caltulated on the basis of
the average business volume shown in the last two balance sheets
"of the taxpayer or in his last two final declarations, if he is a
professional.'
Nevertheless, if the. taxpayer,has been in business for only one '
year, income tax on the "forfeit" basis shall be calculated on the
basis of only one balance sheet or one final declaration.
Article 18.-Merchants, manufacturers, corporations, companies,
individual or joint enterprises, hotel-keepers, private maternities
and private hospitals recognized or not as public utilities, medical
clinics, lawyers' offices, attorneys' offices, offices of notaries pub-
lic, engineers' offices, contractors' offices, offices of land survey-
ors, money lenders and of any professionals whatsoever are all
subject without dilerentiation.to payment of the income tax on
the "forfeit" basis., ,
Nevertheless, retail merchants whose inventories do not exceed
G. 2,000.00 are exonerated from' income tax on the "forfeit" basis.
Article 19.-In case it is impossible to determine business vol-
ume for lack of a balance sheet, the income tax on the "forfeit"
basis shall be calculated according to the quintuple of the annual
rental basis of the building occupied by the individual or joint
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rday November 30, 1961 "HAITI SUN"


1


DELTA OPENS
NEW ROUTE
elta Air Lines inaugurates
Idy roundtrip Convair 880
service between San Francis-
,and Caracas, Venezuela!with
e'mediate stops at Dallas,
"w Orleans and Montego Bay,
naica, on December 1.
RThe schedule provides Monte-
SBay with its initial 880 ser-
Ice. pelta, 'the U. S.'s, fifth
rgest 'domestic carrier, scored
.other first in the Caribbean
pril 1-2L ,1955 when it became
e first carrier to put the DC-7
h intercontinental, operation.
T. M Miller, vice president-
raffic and sales,' said the 88-
lassenger Convair 880, offering
rst class and tourist accom-
nodations,. departs San' Francis-
p each Friday at 1:05 a.m. PST,
Pallas at 7:00 a.p. CST, New
)rleans at 9:30 a.m. CST and
reaches,; Montego Bay at 12:50
m.m,,EST. The flight departs at
L:20'p.m. 'and drives in Cari-
as at 3:39. pin. AST.
SNorthbound, the "Aristocrat 'Of
be Jets" leaves Caracas echl
atiurday #t 1:20 pmn., departs
n.opt;go Bay at 3:25 p.m. EST,
and; arrires:in New Orleans at
:0a. p>h.. CST.1 Its departure for
3an Francisco is 6:10 'p.m. 6ST,
rriging in Dallas at 7:17 p.m.
CST 'and 'the Golden Gate City
it 9:25 p.zi. PST.' /
in addition to the jet service,
Delta wili continue'tb provide
DC-7. ftglis between New Ore-
ms and the Venezuelan capital.
orthlpe und,, the 75-p a s s e n g-
r i'ane, offering first class and
tourist accommodations, departs
1a rac'acs each Tuesday and
rhuihaay at 9:00 a.m. 'AST. with
connections in New Orldans to
)allas, Los. Angeles and San
'rancico. -
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Exclusive Agent:
FOUAD A. MOURRA
Avenue JeanJacques Dessalines
S and LE CONTINENTAL $ORE Rue Bonne Fo


THE NEW INCOME TAX LAW
(Oontinued from page 10)
enterprise concerned or, in the case of a professional, in accord- '
ance with the provisions of Article 66 of the present Law prescrib-
ing a minimum tax due, consideration being given to the place'.
where the professional conducts hi activities.
Article 20.-Any check made by the Internal Revenue. Office
will occasion the payment of an additional bill if the results of
said check of the last balance sheet show a volume of business
exceeding the amount declared by the joint or individual enter-
prise. The said bill is payable within 15 days after the date of
its issuance, and will cover the fiscal year during which the check
has been made on the basis of the corrected average for the last
two balance sheets. r

Article 21.-The following are deductible from the business vol- -
ume shown by the joint or individual enterprise:
Sa) Commissions paid and 'discounts granted on sales, as sup-
ported by the necessary vouchers bearing. the. signature -
of the beneficiary and of the items sold and their unit-.
prices;
b) '(Customs) bills paid upon- the export of' commodities and
Sof any merchandise manufactured in Haiti.
Article 22.-The "forfeit" tax on volume of business on a "Cdm-'
mercial Basis" shall be calculated at the rate of half per cent up
to the. sum of G. .500,000 for goods of prime necessity the prices
of which kre fixed by the Ministry of Comnperce aind Industry;.'
and at the rate of two-third per cent for all other classes of imep
chants, manufacturers' and any other taxpayers subject to the
said tax as prescribed in the .present Law,
S .' / .
Any taxpayer who falsifies 'his business volume shall pay the'
double the amounts hereinabove provided' and shall be liable to.'
a fine of ftom .G. 1,000 to G. 5,000. The taxi basis shall be determin-
ed each fear according to changes in the volume of business. The
figures used shall be rounded off to the nearest thousand.
SArticle 23.-The income tax on th' e forfeit" basis is due In Its
entirety as of. the First of. October of each fiscal year, and .is
'payable one half on" the .30th 'of October and n' the 30th of April
Sof the following year at the latest. The half pdy ent has the'effect
of- a simple .tem. arid. does not suspend the obligation to pay the
tax but only delays its conpplete execution. Nevertheless, the tax-
payer who retires front uhineiss during thi second six months and
who makes a timely prior declaration to that. effect ,to the Internal
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'PAGE_
.'
Revenue Office will not.have to pay the tax for the second-
months.
Amounts paid on the "forfeit" basis remain the property of
Fiscal Administration, no matter whether the amount of the t"i
calculated on the basis of a balance heqt or any other dea.
tion reveals a supplement or not. /
"FORFEIT" INCOME "TAX RENTAL BASIS.-
Article 24.-Incofne tax on the "forfeit" basis- shall be calc..
ated, in absence of data on business volume, by the schedule
scribed in Article 90 of the present Law according to thp actu
rental value' of the building occupied by the joint or individu
enterprise. And in such case the basis of the "forfeit" tix s
be the quintuple of its annual rental value. The rental of one
more branches shall be grouped for purposes of calculating
basis for the "forfeit" tax. i .
Iii tle case of a newly established firm or a branch, the "forfeit
tax. shall be calculated taking into account the remaining
month period from the date of effective occupation of the buIld
ing'with.resultant sales operations. '
Article 25.-Any taxpayer who actually 'resides.in a b
rented for G. 200 or more may be granted a'reduction-of ne
of the tax. ,. '. '

This exoneration shall be granted, if' appropriate, only '~
written request submitted by the taxpayJ r to the ,Dltct.or i
Internal Revenue Office or tq his. representatives inpro
centers and coiimnltie. ..
Article 26.-In this- case, the reasons for this'request. .
-g by'; .r blid *wo. q fi ed 'l
by-anagqnt .'9f the Infter al Reene OfiQfe agd appe
official c..hannels, acedordng t ie place, whee .'the .'ax r
sidei. T6i reductionn :granted. stial be subject to ie..iaib t.h'
',, .'. ,- : '.
il yar.. .- .. .
A r1cle 27-THe, Internal .ReviPnu office da: f, a
,th.- report ffm its qualified ,agents, revise, e iithi 'a.'"
the. forfeit" tax it if i. determiried tlie er, .value.n'$y a.i I
to wFhich the "forfelt?' tax Whas eeni'aated',is .ridiculbtij:
.inlaton' to .the taxpayer's ait! to. t ,..ay., .
ldormlresn i'e`16 b;
one' side; in the case ofr,; :-inmerae..tenptr i ,.ftorl
operating funds, ad ertisl, adi&'the pJciiie ad a,'sia at
payers pay; and brl the otber; in the case of an'
prise: capital, number di wokets, powqr as vei
factors necessary .for fir;taxation, ;'
Article 28.-Any move. to. another-.;pla.e o.curri gduring..
fiscal year may cause ai revision of the tax -bais 'only f'
next fscaI 'year, unless there has been a decrease or incrmas
stock certified.,in an ,qffical' report made by two qualified
tors of th Internal Revenrie Office or by o-:e of ltk agents,
ifig to the .place where-, the taxpayer res'de j. :. ...'':
Article 29.-Any rewly bstablished merchant whpse .ie
does not exceed G. 10,000 may be granted for the first year o
operation a 30 per cent reduction in the riount of the tax ii
is determined that the "forfeit" tax on the rental basis is i
in fonformit:; with the ability to pay. This deduction shall
granted upon written request submitted by the interested pa
and upon a report Irnde by one agent or two qualified inspect
of the Internal Revenue Office, according to the locality where
the taxpayer resides,
Article 30.-Any joint or individual enterprise subject to the)
"forfeit" tax on the rental basis is required, under penalty of iet'
fine from G. 500 to G. 2,000 to submit a declaration of rental
of ti.e- 'ate of effective occupation of the building. Failure ont
the part of the said enterprise to fulfill this formality will cati0e
it to pay the surtaxes to be applied beginning rom the date indii
caed above.
T~ese provisions shall also apply to any branch o' the enterprise.

(Continued In E-sxt ="lton)
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Caribbean Construction Co. StA.

Builders Of The Military City

Gen. Manager: Gerard THEARD

Phone: 3955. P. O. BO 284
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Thursday November 30, 1961


TEMPERATURE by CENTIGRADE


Hats Off Before t


SA Martyr Nation
t m
The noble Dominican people unparalleled sadism, that killed mind, acts which can not be de- oi
deserve warm praise for their with diabolically refined cruelty, scribed in public so as not to s
>titanic fight against the most that carried on' its persecutions soil the innocence of children h
::brutal 'right-wing despotism re- in and outside the country with and youth. It was something aw-
'corded in the history of the unlimited fury. ful. What many of those assas-
Americas and perhaps of the In Santo Domingo death at the sinated had to witness and suf- t
Whole world, until shaldng off hands of the myrmidons carry- fer before the tyrant took their iv
i.the yoke .of the dictatorship of ing out instructions of the hier- lives, reached. all levels of wick- a
I.the .Trujillo dynasty. archs -many times with them edness, of immorality and hor- m
SThose who in the Dominican present and many times the ror, conceived by sick minds
; Republic -which was a repub- hierarchs themselves committing and corrupt souls. And all this,
.Yic in name only- struggled to the crimes- was of secondary instead of frightening many a 0
i.ust the dictatorship, put thru importance, if concurrent in that patriot stimulated citizens such ii
ian undertaking of incalculable death were not, as it was almost as- Viriato A. Fiallo to pledge tI
S.iggnificance, because they oppo- always, acts of maximum humi- before the altar of the Republic t
ispd an iron-fisted regime that liation, moral and physical tor- their determination to put an
,violated all human rights with tures unthinkable by a normal end to so much infamy, to so
Much cruelty, to so much ab- e
use, and to so much oppression
and injustice. .. p
WATCH OF GREAT DISTINCTION 1 Before a people who defied
TO GIVE AND WEAR WITH PRIDE~ human and marine beasts, ,who
E I knew that many of their coun- i,
S- 9 trymen pald for their rebellion
in the bielles of sharkS, and who
hats off! h
S(In DIARIO LAS AMERICAS)

fci-i' F
: LETTER TO EDITOR
the loose ends and gives travel- r
ers all of -Latin America in one
neat package.
The new route places Miami-
'Tampa-Merida-Mexico City side
by side, like soldiers all in .t
row. b
But, mas important, amigo, is n
sethe package we mentioned.
S73"17: ( cPlus Mrs))fseltwinding At Merida and Merg co City
watches 39 Jewels Gyrotron,'powered. the new flights merge with Pan
See the Superb i96o Giratd-Perregaux
Section'models oat oemost je'llers.. Am flights to all of Middle Ame- e
rica.. a
_' At Iiami the new flights link B
with Clippers to Puerto Rico and
the Caribbean area.
So, off we go from Florida
S to Mexico Cityn three and one t
l Na CS half hours. How s that for shrink-
ink a king-sized gulf to a pean-
_ut-sized lake.
Hasta luego;, ,
S. Roe~'Wqin,
0N SALE -AT THE P-The e4 4l a doa
O N Smented.:, souvetn of the first
BETTER, S T O R E S to patlists.
You're I .t' a-ollector pass it
along to some string-saver.
SEW.


FISHER'S:

HAITI'S LARGEST FREE PORT PRICE SHOPS
t) THE CORNER SHOP RUE BONNE FOL ,
2) ART.-& CURIO SHOP FISHERS ACROSS'FROM CU
STOMS

AND ,BUY HAITIAN HANDICRAFTS
STRAIGHT FROM THE FACTORY

ON 'THE RUE DU QUAI
(aM. EXR. 4ND DINERS CLUB ACCEPTED)

SAVE UP TO 60 Per Cent ON IMPORTS
SHOPS AND MAHOGdNY FACTORY

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A PLEASANT LESSON IN COMMERCE


rovinces, and to workers in the processing, and the
ixes they all pay; a development of Chatelet des.
leurs which has permission to import into New York
rom the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Also a small test-shipment of fresh Cucumbers being i
ade by Darbouco. The Cucumbers are the product
f a cooperative of farmers in the nearby Cul de Sac.
parked by Damien and Dairbouco. It was Darbouco,
headed by two Haitian young men with diplomas from
oniell, who also established the Potato industry in .
ie mountains of Kenscoff, initiated by the profit-mot-
re. The Potatoes for domestic markets help the bal-
nee of payments of Haiti and furniph revenue for the,
lountain-farmers which is relatively 'lucrative.
Returning to the Darbouco Cucumberp in the Cust-
ms House: They will bring 12 to 15 cents per pound i
n New York and after deducting ocean-freight, crates, ;
transport etc. will bring 5 cents or more per pound to'
he growers. Relatively good income, whith will- also
contribute to taxes. There are 60 acres of such Cucumb-
rs in tle Cul de Iac this first year.
At the airport Hampco is,exporting'-12,000 to 40,000-i
pounds of fresh meat per week,,by chartered plane;,.1
nore revenue to the small farmers.
We contrast these private-enterprise successes, act-,
vated by the keen profit-motive, with the failures of.,
ocialistic government enterprises, both here and..in
other countries. It is the private-enterprise system that.
has brought such great prosperity to Puerto Rico, Ha-,:
waii and the United States as a whole. One searches,
current history for a country of socialistic enterprise
with other than failure.
As in Puerto Rico, Government effort for economic .
recovery here will bring-quickest most effective re-,.
ualts when used to stimulate and speed-up private-.
nterprise. ..
-I.
The people' in the bustling Customs House Were a-
usy but pleasant jovial crowd marred occasionally
by some officious government bureaucrats, in small
minority.
Now incidentally the receiving warehouses at the
Customs House for incoming cargo are equally crowd-
ed- and refute the street conversations of economic in-
ictivity, for there must be money to buy this merch-
rndise. /
The Customs House for an occasional visit is a lot,
of fun and supports the theorem: "Never Sell a Coun-
ry Short".


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'hurday November 30, 1961


"HAITT SUN"


PROGRAM OF THE PANAMERICAN
FESTIVAL OF TOURISM

I filegr N,. t--Arrival of foreign delegations. They .i be
e piaed by;a delegation of Candidates tp National Cia petK;
mnibes of-National Committee and Delegates of Commnil.Ad-
niaistation. Vin d'honneur offered by Mayor of Port au Pidce.'
h fdi~ec. 1st-9:10 A.M.-Official Inauguration of FestwAitPlce
-Wat ons iUnies. 10-12 a.L.i-Round' of the Town. '.joxaiS i-
-lt :M.- .-Cold Buffet offered by the Casino des Caraibes. "ltr-
pta n M.-PL-Frenph elegance's Night. 'L Candidates: Ile
t~.idonal Competitin. (ftio ,ele) Informal.
Si:ib.l. ,e.e-d- AM. Shopping.. 9 P.t-French 'ig-
;.,'aiie rde :. :aice-party offered, by..the Minister of t'oidtin
.pi g lofor mal. :
t--.Sr -,9 AEM. 'Visit to Ibo Beaclih. Sh6o. -'9 .
i.. : orqikon Mi s 8,aiti -1962 and.-.Mis CIfe f. (Casino des
.'.... .. .
dh- T.eday th flirs sip: to, Cap ind ~d1. -
S4 nchEiegan e' ight,. (Ibob -Lo 1.
*ShOw .(Biacouldu) Info~i ':'

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Nt||^ w-tti JEiucrsion to Ibrio _







Sna Co pe tion (Casino des Caraibes)
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i Informal.: :
SSnddy Dec. 10th. 9:30 A.M. Intelligece tests. International
.Competifion. Second Parade of Candidates. (Beau Rivage) -
InfoHnal. 11 P.M. French' Elegance's Night. (Caribe Hotel)-

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Beautiful Peligre Lake

-fo dny and adl who wish to partake of the beautiful
goodness. of a peaceful vacation amidst the sur-
rou di' of aure's own greene6y: ,
'138 Miles Frbm Port au Prince
SHUNTING...... ........... FISHING
'I "SI MING .... ... RECREATION '

'^BS UNGAt.W. RESTAURANTi
: WATER SKI .. .... RELAXED
';'.., .. ."
For youiteseetion .aIll p n ODVA Btpflo-Stftln at
ctre' and dt R CE 6
Corner Rue du Centre and des Cesars 68.


* CARESSA So Soft... So Pretty


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so 9-26 sc 9-26
Pst Shop Place Geffrard
l .i j


Week Of I


..'St. Vincent's School for Han--- -'


dicapped Childre
school in iHaiti,
who .a:re' lind, d
paralysed. There
ment 125 pupils
tents. Th, 'chil
education and
they may 'becon
and wage eUmrn
boarding home t
the Provinces! w
portunity 'for eit
medical care.


This year thi
!counting on ywi
iponse.' We hope
also take the op
Jting on Monda:
-frdm 9:00 A.M.
St. 'Vincent's Sc
capped Children
series) and the
(Fdyer' des Han
la Revolution),
have an opportu
children in the
also to visit the
thdoaedi cdiiics
With 'ti; iss
cere gratitud.'
Sincerely yo
Sister Joan
Sec-National.
Clovis N. Bo
President.

SExhibitic
Haitian Pri
Modern Pait

November 29, 19


Dear Bernie,

Our next ip
will be preseritin
ition of painting
primitive and
and 1 sculptor
taud) at the Ar
natee County,
Ida. The exhibit
December 15th.
hibition (strengi
works by artists
sold) which
presented in Ci
ember and at
Jersey in late C
Sometime befc
in for a chat.
Kind regard


a


lhe Handicapped

November 1961.
Dear Friends, .

The Haitian Association for Rehabilitation of the Han-,-
dicapped takes pleasure in announcing its traditional
"FUND RAISING CAMPAING" from November 24. un-,
til December 10th.
Grateful for the generous response of its friends the"
Association continued and extended its field of activity..
From the results of its "Fund Raising Week" in May,
1960 ($5,967.27 and..gifts in kind) the Association, has '
been able to care for from 70 to 83 boarding pupils; :
pay rent for the Boarding Home each month, build a,'
recreation' pavillion, paiht and repair the building, cerA.
eit the driveway and side walk, purchase new matt-;
resses and give a better balanced diet to the children,.
and add to the joy of these little ones. "
The Boarding Home makes it possible for 83 chldtefl
coping from the provinces to receive an. Education;1
medical and therapeutical care at St. Vincent's Sehool`'"
for Hgndicapped Children.
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in, the only such, .
accepts, children ,..
leaf, crippled and L S .
s are at the mo- .
and 500 out-pa- ."' '"
dren receive .an t '
training so -thatt 1' '
e. useful citizens ''' ''
ers.. Without .the
the children from
6ald have no op-
ter education or .'


e' Association is e @ e
Ir generous r es-. ,.
e that yon will
opportunity of vis- ..
y December 4th ..
dntil 13:30,P1M. '.
hbool for Handi-
(Rue des CaC- 'D BIRU TOBO PO M '
Boarding Home '
ididapes, Rue d e ..
kou will then WE SDAY NIG
unity to see the w n DAY NIG M..
eir classes and ,, .
medical and or- BACOUL CAB ARE e '

rance of our sin- PETIONVLL
Home of the .
urs,
Margaret, SSM,
SSophisticated 4
onhomme, i
nhomme, TROUPE DE DANSE"
BACOULOU q'HAITI

n of 34 *a n W ,
mitive And Complimentary Merignue Lesson at 9:30 p.m.
iters' Works : ,
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961 Ie pG *

portant activity DraED, iU LQUEUR
ig a group exhib-
s by 34 Haitibn INDISPENSABLE FOR %'
modern painters
(Qeorges Liau- i ENO A E 'PAR
t Leagi p of Ma- EN
Bradentori, Flor- AND
ion will open on
This is the ex-
thened ith new AGENNTES FEST IVITIES
Swhose paintings UNICOS :
Ris successfully The only sweet IQUEUR made in Scotand
ncinnati in Sept- 11 bls or the fin^ p oM S
rtob w New Indispensable for festivities and for every o

ore long I'll drop EXCLUSIVE AGENTS;

, L. PREBTZMAN-AGGERHOLM. & CO.
DeW itt. o ..
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i. PAGE 14 i AfT 1 STIN Thursdav Novembp, 30, 19 i
..... ..-.. : -,-^ ._ -

-,:WIT L TI-HE D.R. GO. JTH WAY OF. CUi13A? Widmailer On VOA...'.
(Continned from pige 3) ci'y from tho sAy FiUJlY" and the (Continued 1rmm page 1)
,"regime. Popular backing of the s d, militant Tavrez. ,formeost Jazz critics and must
: 'arty soon diminished. n true political form, Miolan clans, Stan Kentqn.
Angel Miolan, party secretary, did not a give a straight answer. The, "VPA program can be
.told this reporter last week that to any of (his reporter's qges, heard. pver- the following fre-
'is larty could poll 50b,000 in nations on basic Domirncan issues. quencies; 9525, 11790, 11830, and
A g..e':,general election. Many members With' considerable tact, he refus- 50. .
o .f the disolved Dominican Party ed to have himself pinned-'down Widrmaier's recordings.,. were
-- the only official party under on any issue. made several months ago in res-
'the Trujillos,- are now Joining The greatest Trujillo ronopolk pose to a VOA request for jazz
the. DRP: over the lat 32 years was the m isicians the world over, 'o th
Juan' Boch, respected resid- plifical mo n o p o y. Nature, amateur apd professional, -to pir-
-:nt ol.thep DRP, i .considered scientists, claim, ",hates2" a. va- tiipate in an International Jazz
K ocratie "right of T4enter." "cui in; ad when the .Trudeos Clinic.' Only the. Iert recordings
eV, er-, the pary appears to 1efts the country, he Dominican reqed, b er are. broad-
g ing further to the right with people were suddenly drawn .in-
k incopor otion 'of ex-Domin to .a world of politics in w)lch Included in the Haitin artist's
S.an Paty members.' mdst' bE :them had neer lived. collection a "wo.6 original conm-
he- RP's a potential signific- -Becaue of-.the stature f Fial- points -'! i. e" and
$' as a poli ical-force "lies. i lo. and ecadse of the great pop- recoerdl ~ feites a A third
e 'ica.t know-how 'of it til ar support of the NCU, the r a ad
Tla i. ri oepjorer Visit.d best betitody il that' tfie -mi- "instruental. rendition 'p R alph
09't mee:k Miolart in his offices. nicanr Republic will no ,go 'the "thie E aliy A lu t sip
io .a wa" all friendliess and, wy.of tuba. But- this 'depends l i herl v i
tmil.'s to scores of people going very muc on l o quickl Fial- Pesro adcas daisi e t
gh i office. H called lor the NCU, and .te peoe .mat- Providin olar r th
y brother" aid -sbobk ure n the complex ad cruel best musical tents is the Be s-
S. ... i.. e School: of 'Music at Bostona
Massachusitts. Tie; tr a ri inn:g.
...u. d i .aofmhny .poptlar.. ypung
E. A riean. nd foreign musicians,
.;.:, c." .. h o ill offei, five -chol-
a. -1.' pA rei. ,. warships each. value., at
t on wat Widmaler, however, professed
Sgrapter intTest. in ithe feilco m-
in g. comments pf Stan ;Kenton,.
An : orchestra-.leaddr, pianist ,
and composer, Kbiton is adyn- te "1. ,Emile Caew oI the ai.ian Army' ransp
fAnamic, often. qointrver ial, fprce iDvision,.i p idP Y i6i l A. 4i. .intensive 'frai. ,nleeU
in the ja.world. HiS orchestras automotive bades a.t -the' Moitford Point Miotor:' Ta
play 'exceptionally. adventurous school at amp junee. North a oina l .- .
compositions and arrangements In 3~e above photo FC Cave is shown; ~ ting thea o
that ha .been i!ompared with
serious" conterqporary music. ,Iegulator of 'a mo10r i.'t' ,of his trailingg program spq
Moreover, his band. has. serv24 byj the.l N-al Mi~sion FFO Cave., departed for the.U. S:1
IN 4as a 'workshop and ,incubator :for last of September, .
,many writerss and .b16ists Who
hate achieved ..their first -majoi
exposure through him. Kenton's
own strong personalityas' spok-
esman for modern jazz .lis lent -'
added significance to these ef- .
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_Thurtday November 30, 1961


"HAITI -SUN PAGE 1S


Offthe Telediol

--That poor Mr Mathon who did some recent advertising was
d to be off his rocker and is in detention. -Freeman Wise, the'
t steward the Panama Line had, has found a way to visit Haiti
galn. He's on the "Atlw tic" which made her first visit here last
ank d is due back on Dec. 16th. -Washington Whispers that
*god deal of American money is reported to be flowing to Swit-
.zerland, being converted to Swiss francs. The idea is that Swit-
ea.d will escape destruction if war comes and Swiss francs will
a value that American dollars would lose. I'd like to know
where Switzerland's Fort Knox is located. Where do they
ji.:it all? -Aftet weeks of delay in getting away, Vic Greger is
withh the Choucoune buyers. A short trip but an important
e. --So idu...~drlvers are so busy looking, at the pictures on
S .1cktail glass' in the arch at Rond Point, that there's bound
e acdde or: two before the novelty wears off. -Apart
ney01 bIds, ope of the worst hazards in driving around
a the 'h bit' of using the public streets to pile up building
.s., such as and and rock piles. One day the street, any
.s .clear; :.next day the unsuspecting motorist finds himself
i~to pSt'nic'. a pile o something or other that wasn't there
,:...fkibrite.. place for this is usually 'just around the
Saer' .of. lorse. -Should be outlawed. -The Carlos Shop is busy
p tgto create a new art galery and make' rqom for a large
f' ok of dresses in readiness for the Foming season. -Dizzy Dic-
says a cad is a man who refuses to help his date with
as dis. --Map browning, this week turned up "Anse
Sand Herbes Guinees; both lovelies. -Wish' I'd Said That
-Some girls are discreet. up to a point, and some are dis-
creet up- to a pint. -Oct. Playboy came up with a refreshingly
t." different proposal of marriage: "Honey, how would you like to
'do 'this every night?" -Felix Mondesir, one of the most popular
barmen in town (he worked at Choucoune for years), and a special
.. favorite with the kids, passed'away on Nov. 24th, after a short
illnesss. A Kiplingesque character, he reminds me of parts of
b'*!Gnga Din. -Wonder what plane that was at 3 o'clock Tuesday
morning, which flew back and forth over the city for a good ten
minutes before going on? -The new Bigio building at Rue du
Quai and Rue Americaine is nearing completion. That whole sec-
tion is going in for blue and white... begins to look like Holland
a bit. -If you mind paying 25 cents for a red-cheeked American
applee at Au Lincoln. remember that an average-sized Mango costs
Anywhere from 39 to 5S cents in New York. It isn't what you pay t
for, it' it's what it's worth to you. And I guess that goes for a lot a
i lof othei things too. -Now that things have quieted down in Santo E
~Domingo de Guzman, here's hoping Dear Editor remains in our
midst for a while. -Mentioning the Dominican, as who isn't these v
days, reminds us that the name of about 60 per cent of the streets
in Santo Domingo are being changed, and practically nobody
knows where he's going or where he's been. Also the Doininican
A
Line ships have all had their names changed too, but we'll never
know the new names since the line doesn't come to Haiti any t
more. Can't blame 'em they had only about 40 tons of cargo s
per call, and that really doesn't pay. -KAY MAJORI- c


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PAN AMERICAN FESTIVAL OPENS...
(Contnned from page 1) at Port au Prince, the capital-
Angel Oswaldo Pombo, Ambass- city of Haiti, in the glory di
ador of Argentina; tropical settings, the splendor of
glamorous tourist resorts, and
Iseaara Rpgers, Queen of the the warmth of the hospitable
Bahamas, crowned by Great Haitian people.
Britain's CorAmbassador Gerardmith; It is scheduled to last fifteen
Thomas Corley Smith; days and will include folk and

Nina Holden, Queen of Canada,
crowned by that country's Am-
bassador Georges Kidd;
ULda Escobar, Queen of Co-
lombia, whom the Colombian
Ambassador Eduardo Tereza de
Restiepo, decorated:
Teresa Ovalle Walker, Chile's
Queen, crowned by Hon. Mr. Jo-
seph Nadal, Chilean Charge des
Archives;


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Ecuador,
Dolores
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Gloria Paz Rodrlguez, Queen
of Panama,
Carmen Freire, Queen of Peru,
as well as the Queens of Jam-
aica and of Guatemala, whose
names were not available at
press time.
Arlene Nesbitt, Queen of the
U.S., crowned by Ambassador
Robert Newbegin, is scheduled
to arrive on December 8th.
Other' probable arrivals ex-
pected are the Queen of Miami
and Miss Alura Fossi, Queen of
Venezuela, as well as those from
Puerto Rico, Nassau and Trini-
dad.
This first Pan American Fes-
tival of Tourism found its inspi-
ration in the program "Alliance
for Progress", launched by Pre-
sident Kennedy, and reconfirms
the desire of Haiti to fight her
way to Peace and Prosperity
through the creation of goodwill
and understanding among peop-
es, according to officials of the
Department of Tourism.
The event, the first of its kind,
rill be inaugurated on Dec. 1st


In Haiti This Week
(Continued from page 2)
Administration in the Federal
Government were received at
he National Palace by the Pre-
ident of the Republic, Dr Fran-
ois Duvalier. They are all "con-
eneres" of the different States
i the ZU.S. The party included
nany prominent Negro Person-
lities of which Mr Herbert
:vans, an Attorney and City
councilmann for Harlem and the
West Side of New York City.
*rbr Evans was recommended
Sthe author by Mr Henry
Nheatley, recently appointed
official Greeter for the State of
ew York. Henry who is from
t. Thomas in her Virgin Is-
mds visited Haiti a year ago
Company with his beautiful
money sin wife Artrelle whose
theirr is Attorney General in
ie Virgin Islands. He was then
administrative Assistant in the
irgin Islands. He was then Ad-
inistrative Assistant to Gov-
rnor Rockefeller. The party
Teeted here by the Minister of
tourism Mr. Victor Nevers
constant and Mr Pierre Chau-
et of the Agence Citadelle stay-
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On Sunday December 10th, the
SAnti-Canlcer League will organ-
ize its annual Bazar at .Haitiani
American Institute Building. '
-The attendants will find..ll
kind of Christmas Gifts 'for
children, such as baby d.ll1j
toa c.ads otishes, tiooks, eti
andi- especially. nice dresses M
young girls.
At 4:00 p.m. a. parade of
young models will take place.
with other attractions such as'
angling, donkey race and danc-
es for old and..young. At. ooni
exquisite dishes of food will be
available at $0.50cts each;.
Admission: $0.20cts. .


,Ship .:Disappears
inee October 30th, the si
boat '"Esperance en" Dieu",
cense' No. k-161, left.Port
Prince for Mole St. Nicolas.
date, this little ship,, carry
four passengers and four
crew, has been unrepofted.
captain is Saul Petit Frere.

.Haiti Spo'rt 'Aea
.. The,.:important .fker "H
Sport' reappeared Impri
tie '''L" Phalan under
directorship of Mr Wilfrid
Juste 'and L the. collaboration
well-known sportsmen, Ant,
(Zoupihn), Eugene Vieux, L
Clauvel, etc.
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past. seven- p;m. fo riembers of
the Press.
Oiga Silvera will -add, to the
pleasure of the evening by shoiv-
ing the latest creations of' her
Boutique. '
The Bacoulog Dance Troupe
has 'long been famous for its in-
terpretation ol 1aitian folkr dan-
ces iind folklore. A new .step
forward has' been taken by the
inclusion in its repertory. of
other dance forms -which have
their roots in our. common Afri-
can heritage. In the "BAL. NE-
GRE" will be. seen. a troupe,
whose discipline has not .die ve.d


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lif, and cuftiqre. .
' The program 'will i~ldu
amniong other scenes. 'Panan
ricana"; specially -concocted I
the. Tourist- Festival.
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