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 Material Information
Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00090

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S MIRE bpsCUador to HaZti, -succeeding ice has prepared him to.


S. ". .'. vice
*INJURED o BURNS U.S. Navy Xmas McGhee said that' Hai,
'pr-tfy three bediAbom house TreatF o of the United Tta~ s'. coi
Bois Patate "as consumed by sibhoor s out"

the exittleoson unshithat is ieved to A Christmas party for 59 r d
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een the cse of the fe tian boys and girls, many of t hi the
r E ater the officer since 19 wa s heldsworn Thurstns career hiandm to the
Slard A, Elly, Assistant U.S. Navy desmber 18toyer here a S "Ae ahis first pr"efiench.
urel deAmbassde day.. afternoon. sThe. .destroyer ainse t eirl m t o is 0
dI Etatsp ROY whohas rented was th wbe .in. Keppler which t thise ne 'pste, noted i
house from proprietor Clau- docked n Port a Princesday think that noone betassar to

cal plants ad teir ninemoth 91d baby, ve- fro rg the Sister Mad ere rph- attending the ceremony.
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u an le In the Z m Venessa . ... manage and the Ecole Naonalsaid othat Hai(ti.. e
Lines rt sre Nw e Fr New Yorkers eFn Bgde ar des Canadians;::
duo atical island ongy op the Scene* b Lnt
fire by a.complete lack o u water:, Touof reather-' ffp Voas -ma fde
A swing pool of, water :cream; soft-drinks, and .does .
remained tiseless bause there were served and a film of ex- 21 members
a s iA'Christmas puZy .[or 59 tai-
jig M ean e of Latfie a finally .takes him to the''I












as o means of building up corpts frqm -great Ame can ia e wn h .::,-
Spressure M for. leth Christmaeds as eeke n. ig ter cultural ri s
SG Embssy ...ith ife Kaged he Hai (Continued. on page it y 'wen Cianada at

R h. a .. -. -. Led by' the dapper Pte
.. fhe 21 year- n old. a.t -
ciety, Lieut. Colonel .Ur 91.
fromloethe Frerich-sPaki. g
-t rom one oAme- ives of Quebec provinces e'e
rica'. at.ademies are. d.d 6n iChristmas ddaias an'
shown here t ing -aslnd Nouveau to stay here up to Jin,4hu
College Bird, wb)re they were third.
recently guests of the Depileme ."Thursday morning upon
]dass for a day.,The American official : y welcomed to t[ean'
students are Geore. BisAi and p itdl by Maor Jean, Deeb "
J. David Stitzer. As students ad. .nel Mitchell toasted Haiti
Germantown Academyr e s* a tropical home for' tani,
vania, founded in 1760. they were that should .raw anmaflt -
ial gestsremained seess of Cl. there reenedand ,afilofy less than fivethousnd..
R ,lmer, of the U.S. Naval lis- twenty-one Arnericar ,States;'
s -as orea onen week during Mitcellulding up m reiicts. ',wil
Chiutdifas' holidays. A- 1936 @ra -w come the twee ty-sqand' i
du o the ier (oantotn Anca- soon, possibly in 1992.
dey, Colonel Recha tener Souht vacationers fro vit
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several s ols, whicl thousand tourist annually..
Enlued a Inmchn at Coli Hiti which we bave al
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Saint Pierre, journey yed 'to to b~a home away -tram hobn
p Haitienwith triith a selective members
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.adel, enck de mid s areof 1200, t' hr e "Union des1 l
eth Nouveau Colleg:e Birdsalud d'Amerique" devotes its ene
renehtl atte olehe B th tine and. Thursdanin m Spanish and Po
Cawss many other places of I. nter know and understand their.








est. Many distinguished fatheoes td ito bye Mat hieant heebi
haveid ent 'their. sou, toGera brothers to the South.
ermawn Academy since its -found-, Altouph Canhae is not yet
vanlag, including Simon tBoliv member of the Pan Americ.
BW1 George Washington. Ambassador Rltyniond L. Thurston being cong-ratulatedzohn hi. appointment as nev US Envoy to moembr the OrganzAtneathe
alaiti, by Dr Louis Mr, Haitian Ambassador ttoWashington. (Cntn ess tpage 4) fivetho
SN N Y T A enty-one"Ameier

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Sunday december Slst. 1961


H Haiti
By lAlUr
- '. ***News
of the SA
wife form
old daug
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Office in
Payne.
Al Dinl
New- Yor
aiEY : sie'js here to
k.lot- this latter Magazine
gon'Sisters is a talented


:that soule Casino's Crack pot
1heDinhofers are current guests at the El Rancho. Al and Elsa tht oe Csos ot
d lghted"Wedneslayi wi th e Bacoulou Show put~on ytype employees thou ght that
ted Wednesday with the Bacoulou Show put by att would never recover. And
fri friend Odette Wiener. Friday night came, Matt's win-
-e.ui'dHabilation Leclerc's Hawaiian Night was attended by qings reached more than Twen-
Slrg. erowd including Officials of -the U.S. Embassy.. USOM ty Thousands dollars. He paid
linocal perbnalities and tourists alike. Colorful sisal made Lei all his preceding losses and got
'.:Hawaiiani necklace of lowers) were presented to the guests ands from e Casino who T id
Hawaiian way. The Menu was very Asiatic. that evening about Ten Thous-
d the Hinlzght of that Christmas' .Eye Reveillon was the hands to other winners.
twtian dance featuring lovely Marie Christine Dunham Pratt,
iph. star, ver yimpressive in the show with he rAsiatic looks Mr Matthew Hess Shulman
who won recently more than Sev-
te tall and, beautiful dancer LIis Anita (Kitten) Collins, enty Thousands dollars in Las
S19-ye-old artist from San Diego, Calif. here to learn Vegas has now a Traveling Ti-
tiDhiiham's technics 'and teaching at the Katherine Dunhar's Maman given to him by Eugene
Bi..-de .Dase anq the Master of Ballet Lenwood Morris, dancer Lamour, Maitre d'Hotel at the
.lioreographer. El Rancho, as a Xmas present.
"F .Agjies Lovett whose.husband Wllianx R. Lovett is the It is a niatuhog produste ado
..the huge mahogany statue ador-
dwior dof the astern Shipping Co which sends here the SS EVAN- ning the El Rancho's bar which
NE every we k and the SS ARIADNE every other week. stop- Matt made his Lady Luck. This
o.,O ur-poIt last week on a cruise aboard the SS ARIANE with statue wearing gold ear-rings is
urc c a .ship broker from New York. The Lovetts guided honored with white flowers. Af-
fr Pierre Chauvt, Oiner ot the Agehic Cittaelle, made their ter each good night Ti-Maman
;,nat got a special treatment. ';Do not
..ngs in company with .Miss Nancy Ranek,. Advertising Manager let Matt go, sme gamblers said,
Jolsiah Wedgwbod & Sons Inc-of America, DistribitbeM of the we will pay his hotel bills."
E h .Wedgwood China in the U.S. 'from New York and Miss
Jg' Alden. a French speaking' student at Harard university, ***Mr and Mrs Murray Knob-
ei-is studying business Administration. el greeted here last Suhday, Mr
Jules Berman (Mrs' Knebel's
.:Belle et petite blonde" Evelyne Salzman, 20-year-old daugh- brother) banker and his wife
of'Mr and Mrs Fritz Salzman, of WILZA arrived last weekend Dora, Mr Samuel Schultz, a CPA.
mie' lidiays. Evelune; a graduate fromT- a -Switzerland. Business and wife Betty,, guests of Murray
kM-wor~k as a secretary for th lLiberty fabrics company in and Nancy Knobdl in their beau-
York' wit a capacity of four la guages... Miss Michael (Mika) tifu Villa inDesprez...
ad,:pretty 18-year-old, daughter of. Engineer Joseph Salgado: *Granvlle A. Burland, a TV
QWn. herq: lat weekend with her fiance Gaston G. Margron, writer and composer from New
-Engineer' now enbsted in the U.S. Infantry. Mik just Ydrk City is back here in ,Co
'11 o pany.with his pretty honey sidn
l&tefrom Wood School where she studied secretarial works artist wife Leu Camacho, who
bu i4ess Admistration... ~Miss Edith Brisson, who works came for the first time five
i France .in New York was met last weekend at the airport ;yeats ago with a group of art-
i'r.. father, Me. E mman te Brisso n... Pretty Sonja ,ist* Len is a former star of the
i ,t.oem, .a-i-yearold student at Mount St. Mary Academy, Katherind Dunham troupe with
New, York was met at .the airport by. her parents, which she toured Europe...
"rAd Mrs Robert Carlstroem and her grandmother, Mrs Carl- *Pretty blonde Connie Clod-
oi n abd a lot of admirers... dMis Monique Tanty, 21-ye rold felter, a student in arts from.
.(ghter of Mr and- Mrs St. Louis Jeanty, a graduate of the Latin- Philadelphia and New York is
tlnerican Institute in New York arrived alo 'for the holidays... absorbing the charms. ,f the
".g David Ross 19 who visited here, last week in com y w Lad of joie de vivre in- cm-
we company -pany with Malcolm Marshall,
,4parents, Mr and Mrs Jesse Ross and sister Laura 14 praised ,talented fabrics designer from
agbluy his Mathematics teacher in Hamilton College, New York, New York recommended here
titan Mr Evan Chenet. b Adele kamen and Jack Fror-
.. lick, a mechanical Engineer, all
&l*eonhrd o arrest, in electrical business in New York and three guts at the Oloffpon.. Mr
tt wie lanhe Ie k Ty we mt rving K. Marks from the Frank
y wife Blanche are back. They were met at the airport by Best Advertising Agency and
j. Lelio . irf an.d their ten monl. old daughter Deborah were met at winter'and come here to enjoy.
bairpro; by their pareat-, Mr David Scharf the President of the Haitian sun. Irving is the
t1aitian Manufacturing and Specialty and wife. Mrs Scharf elder brother of Writer Robert
1hrfirt granufacturhigad, SpiaMarks who made two trips here.
liS her first grandchild, Deborah,'the Apple of her eye... Manu... Wittstein, a theatrical de-
hiare-Importer George' It. Michaleck and wife Jane. are back, signer from New York and Ro-
1erges imports handicrafts from Haiti, they are guests at the bert Miller a painter are visit-
f son... Lovely Dorothy Graves -of the Bankers Life Insurance ing here. Ed. Wittstein did sets
uaty ol Chicago stopped here this week in a swing through and costumes for many Broad-
in with Les Moholm.. way shows .of which Kean and
k-.: ;, -, :--,. :,,.i. "- (CoMtinodon page s)
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S***Matt Shulman's gambling
SQ technics is still after two weeks
T h isthe laughing-stock of the gamb-
.IN JOICOEUB lers here. The Plastics Tycoon
sman Alfred Dinhofer, a Staff Member from New York on a three week
AN JUAN STAR in Puerto Rico and visit with his family and a group
3er Gladys Malagon and pretty 8-year- of friends found out this week
SSandra Isabel. few dn that Ti-Maman (a mahogany
tr Sandra Isabelflewdownhe statue that he made his Lady
Juan on a trip sponsored by the Delta Luck) 1lso abides by the Haitian
P.R. whose the manager is Mr Doyle proverb which runs thus: Ou jou
pou chasseur, on jou pou gibier,
lofer is also a Correspondent for the (One day for the Hunter, one
k Times Travel Section and also fo day for the hunted) Except that
at the'Craps table there are 3
vrite an article on the Haitian Night nights for the gamblers..and 3
e. Iis wife, one. of the Three famous for the Casino. Tuesday, Wedn-
sihger known under the name of Elisa esday and Thursday- were so
aood for this- Gambling nlace


Located at Corner of Rebecca and Lambert Streets. Noe-It
PetionvItle (Tit St. Pierre Avenue)


IS A PLACE FOR THE GOURMETS


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'Soapjng" dulls hak

Halo glorifies it!
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Halo reveals the hidden beauty of the hali
H-81-I-EL .


FOR GOURMETS!
a charming and delightful sie,
-you will enjoy the exquisite
French 'Cuisine:

| Quiches Lorraines
Escargots
S Escailope A la Crenme
Civet de Lapin ai Chablie
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Leclerc Snakes In: Damien Loc


Await Decision On Their Fate


When Port au Prince Prefect,
Mr. Windsor Day, made a per-
sonal call at Katherine Dunh-.
am's Habitatioii Leclerc last
week and ordered snakes both
foreign and. native arrested. only
two foreign snakes were found
'"in' captivity. They were the em-
eral green tree boa and the
African bull python. The king
snake and 'a bull snake had died


HAITI NOW.L
CUCUMBER


a month aftel their arrival here
last May according to the fam-
ous American Dancer. Although
excavating ten feet into the
earth where the two snakes were
said to have been buried did
not disclose ahy snake remains
it did not prove that they had
not been buried.-
Prefect Day ordered the, two
foreign" snakes and a family of


IN WINTER
BUSINESS-


local snakes with a do
young 1o quarantine
Agriculture Departmen
at Damiens.
"They are not ver
here," entomologist Leo
nefil of Damiens zoo
entomology_ department
week as" he showed
shal:es in a locked. ba
shuttered wooden tool
an isolated section of th
grounds. /


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zen green
at the
t College

y happy
once Bon-
logy 'and
said this
off the
rred and
shed in
he college


Shot in the Arm within Luck:- Bpoid ot
Cucumber prices in New. York Ivr Bonnefilpointed out the
have been poor. Good weather in Geodetic Survey deflated look the emeral greeh
SFlorida meant regular supplies of snake had acquired wrapped
Cukes in New York at ordinary Completes Mapping Job a large iron ame wire netl n
prices. But the Prender boys
who- have- a cucumber-growing -The Interameritan 'Coast and' Fovered.cage with the bull pyth4
on slumbering in a corner. He
and shipping operation in cooper- Geodetic Survey says that- they o thsmmberat e n believe .te
'.atim 'Wiith the ODVA in the Ar- have completed their job of map- nadkes had holte eight though
tibnite, having plenty Cukes on ping in Haiti and are scheduled snakes had lop t weight through
bhanid-decided to try out their to close down January::15ti.-loss of appetite because they
'pacing and shipping, routines These surveys are fundamental were not bothering with the
-aywaysSo.Wednesday, the 27th, to-any cadastral. survey, that is lttle white mice Miss Dunhay
theyrshipited, seventy-pbund survey of land for land owner- ending out regularly as
their menue.
sacks (210 tons) of selected ship or trafisfer.. Where the Ali-
cukes dn their chartered 400-ton anza de' Pogreso' is planning Damiens officials do njt appear
ship to Miami for trucking north. land. distribution in other coun- to be overjoyed with their two
Wot happen?, -1s ay; the 25th, tries,, they will learn that cad- guests and will be glad .when
a free hf obrida from Jack- atral surveys are basic to any a decision is rendered on thbir
sonville to Homestegd, south of proper- division ,, of land.' The two prisoners as hundreds of cu-
MIamj iait .i4in the .Winter boys in the C'& G Survey will ious persons, are beating a path
i .it ia snow. be miss& ,-goid.guys. across the College lawn to the
i. '~ t- ' ," '' '' wooden. shed for a peep at the
S* o snakes.
--. The 'department has written to
f Animal Distributors in New York
l' 9 or.'a full-report on the snakes
W , and 'with this report the dept
expects to check with the Smith-
? EN N IG H TLY sonian.or some such competent
SN NI Institution to determine whether
ii'- -' '.G A M, BIL N G the two unaccounted for.snakes
''"' AN ''; if alive are a threat to the Isl-
Nc G TO and' of Hispaniola.
.-% TW4.


JOE TROUILLOT'S
ORCOHSTRA

MIDNIGHT SHOW

SEhtrance Charge $1.00
On SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS


There were three animal deli-i
series from New York for the
Leclerc zoo and- the first con-
taining-the two unaccounted~ for
snakes was the 6nly one inspect-
ed by the Department of Agricul-
ture's icthologist Doctor -Elysee
Eustache, the other two were
inspected b& Customs who some-
how failed to notify the Depart-
ment o; Agriculture.


PROGRAKI OF COMMEMORATION 'S
159th ANNIVERSARY -OF -
NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE '
Port-au-Prince
JANUARY 1st 1962.- in all churches of ?tH-i
At Midnight: Seats will be "reierv'edl
Canon fired from Fort Nation- Choir arid the nae. -
al. '10:00 a.nmr.: .
8:110 a.m.: His Excellericy 'thee-,
of the Republic aceoiy
Raising of the National Colors: Members of the Goven e
2J gun-salute from Fort Nation- a wreath at the, Mahsolae
al. At Noon: .
Government's. Employees, pup- An Address to Haitian Po
ils of National and P ri vate will be broadcasted-.by Hi'-1`
Schools, accompanied by their xellency the President of thpli
Directors and -'Professors file public. '-
into the Cathedral to attend the At Tight:...
solemn TE DEUM. Concert -Public,. Rejoicings
8:10 a.m.: the Place des Heros' de :'
A Battalion of the Presidential pendance.
Guard takes up position on'the DRESS: Jacket or t7n
esplanade before the Cathedral. Homage-'to the Hberod0'-B S
8:15 a.m.: National Independence. ,' -
Arrival of-Diplomatic Corps. JANUARY 2nd 1962.- .
8:25 a.m.: 10:00',a,m.: -'
Arrival of His Excellency'the His Excellency .the P
President of the Republic ac- of the Republic accomnpaild
companies by His Ministerial Members- of the.Goveinentji
Cabinet and the Chiefs of Staff lay wreaths on .the Monunwrt
of the Armed Forces. Toussaint Louverture,. I.en
-8:30 a.m.: ques D6ssalines, Henry- *CI."
Solemn TE DEUM at the Ca- ophe and ,Alexandi~rPetiof.I.
thedral of Port au Prince 'and DRESS:. Jacket. ..'


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TROPIGAS NOW. '

THE TROPICAL GAS COMPANY .
BE ABLE TO GIVE YOU BETTERtrSI
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ING THE HOLII
H4lTI'S LARGEST FREE PORT PRICE SHOPS
1) THE CORNER SHOP RUE BONNE FOL TROPICAL GA
B) ART & CURIO SHOP FISHERS ACROSS FROM CU
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AND BUY HAITIAN 'HANDICRAFTS
STRAIGHT FROM THE FACTORY Moa

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(AM. EXP. AND DINERS CLUB ACCEPTED)

S SAVE UP TO 60'Per Cent ON IMPORTS ng .
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Sunday December 31st 1961.


station of their discipline .and
hrilitary abilities. 'This Parading
Militia was reviewed by His Ex-
cellency, the Honorable Dr Fran-
cois Duvalier surrounded by the'
Chief of the Army .Staff, General
Rene' Boucicaut, Secretary of
State for Coordination Minister
Paul Blanchet and' Members, of
the Cabinet, Deputies, top Offic-
ers of FAD'H, official' personal-

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President At Nationa


H:U(rom "LE JOUR") .
tnmore -than one year, the
r..;Zacharie Delva devoted
elf to the task of exalting
atriOtism of Artibonitians by
rationn of well-trained mi-
hen. -

o'de :militiamen gave this
ling at 10:00, on the lawn of'
national Palace, a demon-
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I Pafece

Cities and thef"uith orties of the:
Artibonite Department. 'Pefects
of St. Marc and Dessalines, MM.
Felix Douyon and Emile Jean
Francois, on this occasion, were
dressed in the uniform of offic-
ers of Artibonitian' militia.

Formation of the Militia'

Around three thousand militia-
men representing the Artibonite
Militia, most of.. them were
dressed in their brilliant uniform
blue denin and red scalf. The
different battalions came from
Gros-Morne, Ennery, Marmela-
de, Gonaives. Pont I'Estere, Baq
d'Aquin, Villard, Dezeau, Mail-
gei, Pont Sonde, St. MarcLian-
court, Borel, Verrettes, Petite
Riviere de l'Artibonite and Des-
gslines.

Two-companies of Haitian .Ar-
my in garrison at St. Marc and
Gonaives straddled those im-
presive forces.

Under the leadership of Zach-
arie Delva, their coordinator Mr
David Jean .Pierre .and their
commandant Mr Duroc Pierre-
.Louis, the militiamen travelled
through the night to be in Port
on time. The transportation bus-
es made several trips. Among'
,*hem were around one. hundred
"rilitia-women froni different lo-
calities of the Artibonite. '

.The Parade -

Under the command of Cdlonel
SMarcel 'Cherubin, commandant
of Military .Department of Ai'ti-
bonife,, Assisted by Captain, Ce-
lestin, District commander bf
St. Marc and J. Belliott, Dist-
rct -commander of Gonaives,
many commandants of sub-dist-
ricts and commandants of the
Militia .companies, the militia-
men accomplished m i1 it a ry
manoeuvers for whichh they were
applauded by the crowd before
the Palace arid Toussaint Lou-
verture square. The militiamen
firpt marched in single' units,
then in formation while singing
bavalierist songs.


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They gave a military salute
to the Chief of State to strains
of the Presidential Anthem. Af-
terwards, the Commandant Du-
roc Pierre-Louis accompanied by
his adjudant and the flag of the
Militia Corps climbed the stairs
in order to present to His Ex-


The Para.ling

With the National Palace .Band
in the lead, the" Militia compan-
ies paraded through the streets
of the capital. Their martial look'
and their harrb.nious marching;
(Continued from page 13)., ,
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T..o.-cheers ha'c-l the- d'fi- crlltc"c'the Prehs-c"t nf i"0"-g :
lit group movement's perform- public, Commandant in Chief. ,fIt
d by the company of Gonaives Artibonitian Militia, an.-"Epee'
under' the command of the Ser- d'Honneur" and to reaffirm theiP
ealt Jerome. .. loyalty of all the militiamen,
S .... His Excellency:,the first Ma-
L'Epee d'Honnear gistrate of thd-'Nation paid hom-
The militiamen joined again age to the zeal of the militiamen.
ider the command of Duroc and their leaders and expressed!
ierre Louis Chief of the Arti- His confidence in their unchang-
Dnitian Militia.' eable loyalism and devotion.


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.A.IT. T T "--, ._ AIT XPT EXPORTS CAN,- E INGR
,,. AITI .; CAPITAL NEEDED '.
it M...,. HaIA DNGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPEB Jean B. iraUd, a young and of .capital made It imposi
"T'liln' UBtWe I"PubUshems Sunday Morning Bq. kej.wan. .rom. Jere; Ti the order. Small. q. l
d s .-o? i BERNAR DIEED B IC. p iity af of .n' interest t' the
"6.' 1Bsed . t -expot to, the U.S. businessmen. Thus, h
int-tsbile MAUOLAIB tLABI mi this week as he prepared a ship- hundreds of 'drums of
.iM .:,a B SHED: IN Mo19 WIUL ..E RIVIERA HOTEL meant of. Maangas and plantains required .for each shipraj
S BE ,REOPENED?' .: for Miami. Mr. Giraud for more an important capital isti
-.1; *, ,I '*O]B.qI iW E-- . ,_ than two yearshas exported, tons arW .to bqy:the recipient.
S* R HOSPEROUS NEW -,e of the more serious ha- of malangass"' and plantains to of resuming the. fincti
S7 icp to the promotion of Vpurism Miami., Malanga is a root.of. a 52 gal. ,drums- ,.aind
A -Bitu!tp'C6tTe-ehp is the, key,. to, the, improve;. in 'aiti.n the lack of hofelrooms plant that looks .like ,an,. leph- the, syrup from the 'prd
economy of Haiti l g 190 ,. offee is."the' pricipa i taur e oundse aits e0 In the" South.2, .a e k h,,
0 x ,. .- the:. prcipa s.re Of reveue'bu rar, hundred rooms were numbered quantity,, of .alangas is found We' knowthe same,
expor te ropu i. It ni pa source 'o revenuet-ot y a, by official publications, two of and the, penalties. arourid Port a ade as ye to a
for the COunti It Is of .varying grades bath e bga three .years ago. Since then the .Prince produced the edible root businessman Edouard ,(
are especially esteemed in bier i sad canumer, iccles., largest hotel, the Riviera, has that is in great demand in New, Martin, Who could' not
Th ., pranth'ro ..ii A-stlmn: t 4 .550o,00 ba.gs f. 6. closed whict.means a tIue more a l. dtzm.Wtherhi parts :te, j t exp.ed. ,h
- fm; ^ ,h toi' w'71 niinn n dtf!. one hundred'' rooms are no ite 'portes ffla. .o e- |
kilos (M.2,ip each; totl' 72-738 mlpnIn pouda, .,,. to ccommbd- 'GiW&'tody reporter that :'
Blcs -ae .-lower than last ear bstl good. .itor -. t -..,.. ath tian .cts s.chtI 'a. .seei
-., ... . : .' isucas( t i'~-~ 'oca)'giger $lrira~
e he Losing of the i a l b co g realint rest
tt~.A.f......... t SereOii; fBrHyear caused a lot" t '.om..ents. M. iami 'imlor.rs.A.few webk.. ."h"s
....' ""., om.,s.. ,o,.i t s. nurtose -to. ryeol_ -ee reeintpresting .oal "_ons '
'bout'%ofthe r ..... pct e ,them. But,. think that ," t -'- :i.oai' ,,d cane 7.
ate .. 4,
oe the mnthing .ueng t should be done h expli ned su 'inypl
S-agr th", "s "y at oveo rnrnth' t br by- the "----' DtW ti.
.... tidii*t partu ent of t o -urisin to:put N aue "".
of th thi ~i~a lae.st ests co tof 5our1i todur a e
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.,last I b1du ist goiw oAu, r e Ia m.
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U6., o oT earat op \ nera-t t ni s e bn i oeni l publictyrdi b M
the 'j C h'.c 1 e uds tar e 0 tour' e gh mini 4
re er. from r ...if Weaefo e .row. :teeI.t.ied at .r -a, "l.el toine e d t t s 4. .















!.tP(t P l 444 htad s"t o m o pan orztebt ien 'iitors is goa il ariseo'aird 'wtpmaight eabs d .Estn oatse t A' ^
o 4nmi3qipi" rt better copper prices substantial reg44f avenue Uwi'l BLOISEA SLA
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U Pubably hoeflum industd inr theolad few years fwr the Collee crop and how has; others or soande ofshe Phone 2d2' b e
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'": rigthe Haitiklnercait Meat,6[B- its atood at d1 $ i lliog from a y Houses for short or long:a
.. -. ...e..h meatso.tlaft- ago.. ePrivate enterprise can take e hebows for most of period.e
St. to i p ents 't

S70 iids per tte authorities t. that Department of Coerce an In y .n ticular, sm b ei n


-.far away s the upper reaches of the Artibonite room f or plenty o'r progress. Joseph LOf t
-g'gfitlv ., So the best wishes for a prosperous New Year to6all, ian -
,- ateti rculatiol 1ii*'xe os e Wit:hw presnt- b erj d'jticiais fofitidiii C, and Peiond.lle, -th-
iviopattsad mn if any -is foreseen for wer -drking erA eti -g- -.
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bably hoeindust!ii ~theS' Ist few j.ea s .ii ,.the Coffee crop and now hs other f so f Phone .20. "







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'export e revq:ue irculates in ,je Panert auy ieentng of os,.
TGvn tr"e g df c meats, Bunkafows. Cmn
..e t, '~the Hait.iar$ e a Meat Q.b (n A- its stood' a t :so x 1in 4 di $i fromnp aetye. Houst.a- or short or long
Sitt~of Sieh meats~ 4 a ago. Private centers can tawk the bowns for mostu of period.
7OO mder OA authte o3i;o t thisfeconomic progress.nThe Government, through the V
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wea"ptJ sPul..' theme-for 0 eostanitlyIa0ger Bars, mestabrauth, Hotels etc.
evbti grosses well over $1 i' ibfont per But, with about 4milion people, and a gross revene-
year. alage part o it goes to the siall"farmers from the exterior of possibly, $40 niillion, there s b'. stilled "G-ues t-Hoesn.









a far- away ts the upper reaches of th~e Artiboniteroom for plenty of progress. Joseph LOVA
So- the bes wises for aear toalf
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here to'there by jet is. a
i. rb6f a. few hours'these
ot.t everybody knows 'that
'S .up to tfYn.
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',W learnf to dance the twist
cps, are' strong that you
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th.,'oe o ye ,b is : spills over;
."(A. A bit' o : maracas and bod~ go W 1.0mia i twl t
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I~rtarcha4 ChAgeP 4g~f ie o
Hai: tiaii'M iiigie, etc.s. .^ ,,' /.
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T ned,*qEtncat thqnep, Ohe k np r ,t M
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dance with,-by the time ,yoti
reach your destination.
S:Getting acquainted on. a jet is
easy. "
'Veteran air travelers like1 t
swap stories .about the ypes of
aircraft.' thy've"'flown in, .parti-
cularly to;sorne sweet young
thing mIaking her' first jet hop..
Island hoppers boarving at Ca,.
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HAVE YOUR PARTY AT KYONA
Swim, Spearfish, Snorkle, Water-Ski
SAnd Sail In Safe Coastal
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taking off. Less than'two hours
more yflng 'an -the' i tra-
veler is i_' a n a;., .. .
If he ha.l bidn flying to Pana-
ma from Houston, here "would
be two stdps' eci"'dity and
Guateniala' Ciy-' althbukh .he
entire ,trip,. stppovers included,
is slightly less thp eight hours.
Onde Pabh Am:schedule out pf
New York o' So Afilrica oal
sumek only" '8-4"'.. hurs ai d
eludes three' e rroiute st~ps':_i ii
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ribbean ports with baskets bur-
sting with loot. are' a target for
questions by other passengers.
Some information seekers, en-
thused by what'they. hear, often
c.h.a n.g e plans :and island-hop
heir. way home, reports'.Pan
American Airways, whose jet
routes web the Caribbean.
Long'before 'the 'coc k tails
break out, the gregarious air
traveler has fundd good comp-
any even" if he happens 'to. draw
a.' seatmate who wants 'to' sleep
or repd. a tome on' higher, hath.
ematics. A 'walk do~wn the aisle,
a pleasantryy or two, : does the
rck o 'getting.acquited. '
"" " : ."' ' ..14 .
The shutterbug, of course, us-
ually meet almost thew. ie .jet
road. of passseg s.E E ne in
a anridw. peqat good naturedl
inclines b. cward so Tat -te
sihot.of one of 'Central Aieticas-
awesome,'s ,volcanoes or te, in-.
yiting'. mountain: and seashore
snery,, of. Caribbean island
won't be .miiss'd.
Even wheq the panorama, hap
glided past.;'er,,window, tb, miet-
w girt, goe along with this sure
,e way:,of boy meets,gi b.
reclining her' seat. A]par.'',q;
'of fthe reasons sbe.'s t ,eln-',
air is. became men4 ten .t 'pre-
dominate ',on thesd 575-mileA-
hour -jetliners, flyin bet.en the
United *States ,and ,,Latjn. Ame-
rica.

Not all jet flights .are a,.matter
i' sitiig 'for several":hours.. .1
^Talke PEan'.anse Flight fe^T
whi, .links Los nge s toPa
nanWvia.Guatemala After' fitl
hours, and 15 .minutes aoftfi-el
for c "ktail' ihd'Tuch-t thee's-
a 45-minute stop at Guatemala
tr's',Abrora Ar port"This ial,
ows; plenty .1 time for a traveler

shop; lor handjoomed textiles,
weatherr goods.and silver jewelry,.
do.wn a beer-' and goggle a't -th
brilliant costnes of. Guatema
la's Indians who, in turn,; are
;g6gling at, the jets landing and


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(Gostiu&di on page

STEPHIN- BROS '
M. V. IATI" MECA
SPEBSONALLY SUPEKS
LOADING AND UNIOADDNI'
kaRtVE .AITI AND FLORIDA

agorthugbtly msalaIgs qfi the .
Miami-Pot anu Proe.-Miami

AIAMI ADDRESS: .' '
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Pishn~. nog


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AROUND THE WORLD IMPORTS
MINTON, WEDGWOOD. E-G U A,7 x ubn umi azgq wyn
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r ROYAL COPENHAGEN, AUDEMAR PIGUET, RAPHAEL, PATOU,
ROYAL WORCESTER, JAEGER LE COULTRE, -BALMAIN, WORTH,
ROYAL DOULTON, ULYSE NARDIN, RIVO, REVILLON, VICZ,.
ROSENTHALE, SPODE, ATLANTA, STUDIO, CARVEN, LE GALLON
SANSLEE, COALPORT VULCAIN. FABERGE OF PARIS.
GUSTAUBERG. J. EAN D'ALBERT
JACOUXB GRIE'PE
FATH, .PIGUET.
-"KISLAV, .CORDA.Y,
4 GEORGE JENSEN, ENGLISH DOESKIN,
SHANS HANSEN, GERO, ITALIAN' ANTELOPE. MINOX,.CANNON
DRAGSTEII, GENSE.

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HAITIAN HANDICRAFTS


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JEWELRY & SHOES



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SPORT SHIRTS MAHOGANY CoUlletor' IDe
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'beanet cn gor.t evOi ri3''orful cup )i t:,dav' .
Nesafe No other.coffne ..-no matter how
Sits made... astesso freTrr.rotrjendly.w.
,oripletely s aiLsfgin. t3day' Ntt.laiy ,
the accent is on wrfTe!

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B: d British Guiana on the north-
east shoulder of South America.
'.This flight ends in colorful Sur-
I inam, north of Brazil, and an au-
I.tonomous member of the Nether-
lands Kingdom.
. Another Newi York-South Ame-
rica flight stops at San Juan,
VPuerto Rico and Dutch Curacao
...(where everyone rushes out to
indulge in some of the best sho-
.ping in the Caribbean) before
landing at Caracas, Venezuela.,
,-.And still another Pan Am sched-
Sfile flies fro~ New York to Rio
A:de Janelro in less than ten hours
I with paiues at Trinidad and. dra-
|imatic B3isila,. the. modernistic
;capital O 'Brazil.
::Air travel 'fun"_consists of.more
triaA O ing people, shooting
.cpicturests la.ng over cocktails
iiand dinner, shopping at airports
'en route. It also consists of peop-


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S' HAITi


SUN'


iys You Just Sit


le watching. And absorbing for-
eign atmospheres just a few
brief hours after leaving home.
Foreign languages -Spanish,
Dutch, French, Portuguese and
many patois- assault the trav-
eler's ears. In one airport color-
fully dressed Indians catch his
eye. But in another, such as Bri-
tish Trinidad where a third of
the population is East Indian,
Hindu ladies wearing veils and
caste marks attract his atten-
tion.
In Central America, ink-black,
fragrant "coffee served in demi
tasse is offered at the-airports.
In the Caribbean it's a Plant-
er's Punch. And in some of
these gay, little islands ,stretch-
ing south of Florida to the north
coast of South America, the lilt-
ing rhythms of a calypso-combo
fills the airport.
Then there's the fun of find-


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ing out that there's more allure
to your destination than you
thought.
On the flight to Mei da. capit-
al of Mexico's state of Yucatan,
a young lady, carrying a cam-
era and book on archaeology, sat
next to a casually dressed man
stowing his fishing pole beside
him. They eyed each other's
equipment speculatively. On this
hour and forty-minute fli g ht
from Miami there are no stop-

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oersl). Curi.si3s :,I)n lid to
conversation.
While the girl talked about the
pyramid-cities of the ancient
Maya Indians which she was
going to -see near Merida, the
man dwelled op the wonderful
fishing at Cozumel, an island
reached in an hour by air from
Merida.


Sunday December 31st, 1961


I: lictal 19'0 t-e number. ,i
international air travelers b.^1.
ween the United States anidl.fo*
eign countries totalled 4,576,42E
in contrast to 1,474,435, who
made their trips by ship. No-
body doubts that most of the
air travelers were swayed by
speed. But those seeking fun also
find it.


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THE SUN,
THE SEA,
THE SALT SPRAY
At The

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(Mariani, tO minutes from town)
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. The show is presented by Lavinia Williams Ya rborough oulslanding interpreter of classic and
-tolk dances and founder of the Haitian Institute of f.lk and classic dances with a cast including
Iisch agentss as Glamourous songtress Yolande T oussaint, well-known Andre Germain in a daring
i. ...d dangerous fire dance and the unimitable Troubadour li-Pl':ris and his Trio and numerous
;I oti well-known dancers.
SThe aia.w is presented every Monday night at 10:30 It is n tery spectacular variety program
-which comprises the best dances and song of the Magic Islandl.

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7-MAN D.R. COUNCIL, MAY BE
,t. o m io READY TAN. 1st.
iw U. S A ant, Domingo Decepmber 28--.Univesity of Santo Donil
,., ".. .. -The National Assenibly met yes- Tuesday, representative's appil
terday' to consider the modifica- ed the la. which was ammenq
SB .- tions which would make the pro- after consultation with a'.-fdc
(Continued lrom page 1) of graduate assistant in political ignod to the, National ,War Coll. posed governg state council student commission, ..
paid tribute to the Ambassador's science 'there. ege. In 1952 he was named De- the legal substitute for the pr- f it is finally approve
work as a psychologist, as well puty Director of the Office of sent silent Joaqui Ba la w will give the universe, e
as to, the career of the Ambas- In 1937, Mr Thurston entered Eastern European Affairs in the s d that he expects the mol mmni, efore, th
sadqF .. fo'ather, who; ,Thurston the Foreign Service. He served Department of State, becoming dificains to be readyby the, title it to a me time wubs
said, is ohe of the great sociolo- as a Vice Consul in .Toronto un- Director in 1954., He served as 'nd of this weeo so the seven- otiless ttanalive pub cet
gi.fs-of' Haiti. Ambassador Thur- Iil 1939, at Naples until 1940, and Counselor of the American Em- ember governing 'state council the s annual fe .pbet. .
stonr said 'that he had also met at Bombay from 1941 to 1945, bassy in. Athens from 1955 toc~ld becbmea reality by Jan. n ,gu als udgetc
u Haiti's Minister of Public Works, He was AssistaUit Chief of the 1957. He returned to the U... 'in The' council, which wil proi- day that all property con
whpm he called "A man of great Division of Middle Eastern and 1957 to serve with the Interna- siotally b' headed by B plaguer; from Dominicans for poi
talent.; Indian Affairs of the Department tional Cooperation,. Administra- willhave ull xecuti' e and e-reons must be retuqr~nd
Ae. .'sd that he is looking for- of State from 1946 to 1948 and tion as a Mlember of evaluation islative p owners until anew elect- owners. t be .e
,wud to beghninin his new .ass- of the Division of South Asian )teams in India and. Iran. From ed goverijient will take over in La.re numbers o .Doi. ,
ig ient. Affairs,- 1948-49. He served as 1957 to 1961 .he was Counselor 1963. were' orc to leaye: .e'
S .-;xx Political; Adviser to the U...S. of the American.. Embassy. in It is also expected that th d their o l pe ti
.BIOGRAPHIC SKETC'. Representative on the UN.Secur- Paris, serving as political ad- senate will act' 'on .the' proposed fiscated for
Y(IO4 pL. THURB TON ity Council and on the .UN Comr- viser to SACEUR and as Alern- law to give full autonm o the torhip ."
mission for India and. Pakistan ate Representative of ..the U' s. S.
S Thurston a career Foreign in 1948. on the North Atlantic Council. a :A
SSe ce -fficer, was born in St. .Mr. Thurstn studied Rusianh Since August 6f this year he has Beu t. P
Lis, .Missourl, on February 4, at the Folreign, Se vice Institute been stationed ir.the Department . :
1914'He recer ed an A. B., de- in .1948. .'He was assigned .as ,of State as Deputy Director of for any and 'all who' wish to partake of the b'eii
gre to m the Universityof Tx- First secretary.of the 'American the Operations Center. goodness of a' pe fiful vaoion amidst tlie
asi19 and an A:M. from the embassy in Moscow in 1949, be.- roIndins of nature's' own 'reener
s e Uniersity -in 1935, and corhing Counselor of. Embassy, Mr. Thurston and his wife, the
he. the position of research as from 1950 to 1951. He also served former Elizabeth Sherman'. of -38 Miles From Pprt ail since .
sistnt there during both' those as an. adviser to the U:.. Deleg- Butler, Pennsylvania, have one -'; WJUNt NG-" 1 .. ,4
'ye In Ii 1937 he was granted action to the UN General Assem- -daughter; -Ruth, ,who-is- a Fiesh-.' :''A
a. h. from the 'University of bly in' 1950. : mah at the University -of. New ,
w "d .6lodiM tie '.pdoi I 1951. Mr. Tursto.n is".-. Hamsshire.: :'BUNGALO .. RESTAURAJ.
' P." ' .B ",. 3. ; .', '-" .. .^W
..... K 'Y HousAel. i
l' ."-ybur rest-.rvation, call p in ODV a
S h& e. losing, ai d neighbdt lod 6 't $1,000.-
ou e 'cause ws no! ,he the flaming 'use- 'Two neighboring houses and *
immediately .termined, ;the' read salvaged"'sdnme furniture. be- the Iron work shop of Mr Claude t
is bieeva' t6Rtfiavebeen the res- longing the, proprietor of the' Ry in the backyard were also i
ult an, eluding .gs ian in house .1d .ctlaing belonging to- damaged by the fie. '
the:ki cthen .." ., :. .. --- ..."
Th6 three Haitians injuteed: by o sale' 37 acres beautiful.'ind located In Northern 'pait of
the bxplosiqnIiai amini De s _De iae fit ea Cap Haitieut and Efamous "C kTADELD i' owner
Celestin, the;naid, her hulsbLnd ~ iq per*anentl i USA d.. to se. to someone interested
man Sonson' ?are ibn'td Inbullding beantiful re sort or intexpsted in. farming. Ful l price
for burns at th einl Hospit $15,000.00 or .est offer for further Jnformation, contact Mrs Marie
for burns at, he Genb al Hospit .. .. aa
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' ... hands. One hand acl ng the
,h e" .Lr -'g ik
a '.t e n- the :
e stable, respectful, good al deficiencies. Authors had pip- was done or- the other .day engineer' even pIospector, digg- ft e he
ays before. thde camera be- es, often provided by ,the studio, and; am Mtill sufficently strntmg.ig ifo the basic 'psyche through other acov an eyer'Then we
ai:ndid' -'and the. public clenched in a firm' hand ,at.a uB. to: .be ;chattering volubly, the living rock. disengagedfr the and
..W4*w'lit \vatted to se' at- safe distance .from the face, de; smiling wolfisily2 laughing mer- I got-up as i mch: basic psyche the hands, pointed'to the'fwll,
iM16iack)teeth -failifig th e't onstrafing profundity of.mind. rily, pointing imperiounly scrat- as I cbuld; nea ly "divided in to the Asky; to the :drain ptie'
cl ofhie for the sitter, pho- Duchesges looked ducal, politic- ching industriously, and crouch- .half by the edge 6f the kitchen hey faped like :batu-'thi d'
fq siiifable for inclusion jans ste*nly, benevolent and all lig iri corners. in the semblance chair, whi the: phdtograp ner its stuck up like~apalisades,.' and
die'. .. ....elsjo J3 .. .rd- fe'epdaor. all 'the ti me:,ganbble- g Ab. ..1'eI ..:.
elegant magazines ere children like models Jor.Bubbles, ffear. d .- ucked" and weve'daro d me, l time, able le
.of one rigid,.no-breath.. In those;. stable, respectful The invitation carie frontt an firing" his, death-rayal laugh-laugh,.bding- natrlly re--
i AIpose ah thank you good' old days hotographers.ap- elegant inagasife who.- anted angles, at 'the range .of three lFxed. and'aitotedifo ,tt6e.gun.- -
.i- chr ning,: ..charming, prpacied their clients like e- Jy views .on Chbistmas -enpugh &'fet .Cbnvershtion, staccato., biut :At the end f tlit Mreel the"
ietitealL asuriig, kindly 'dentists, .infent to-air: the:-ieart tE stone-- with, 'very full, had shiffed'iUp a rioti photographer said 'bhe, dnt:-
es' ebre':, gloifeioed. with' upoq; poducing .:by p.~, r ri,n 'g.,:n-photograph;'to, illuminate- and. from the weather todthe discr- quite got'tha one -hwt'tid-te. '
ii heavenly.light 'behind: words and soothi g, .gesti~re t .lendp'substaice to. witever these- ery and" character i' lysis of *Trl ib -this wayfSubjeet and
*itever'i niglit be the cotidtioit o f general anaesthesia Views might. b Viewi aof a .cbna. ~tual friends:An'atihe- 'tine photographer; wee s.u d d en by.
the,-pnivate, lves: Of- in' wch their ,work might be, sirvate. nature; -crooge pis .the death-rayJ clfeltirig on. e crpubhed, on a, ur; face to
e n squared up .s.fl~tJnd. painlessly: cimplel.~ ,n d Cift. a fi thf ntil dame back on. C rget; ue :fce' tb i, bjetbi avig .ts
p liKnie'n stag "N, oadaya.s ha,'i o pi; ere puttogethea nd inserted ': ri-t -ore-'-n '- gh.. lay d W ealy .
.....- and'l ... ... ....... '"' ," .bbarkin Ake i dog .... . P
ehe 'cpoieo. ot.the lens .,ti~e taken .pir. li .in.an itb the teleph one a anibu~ 'ar. oin d aceleratibarking like a dog .
p nofettetion, ve ega tin ~ :4 f lhr the otog'apber ..i r.' e gonee,, oldnt
.dbou.br'Actnece reblvnoev & l ivb son"mthing 'o a ibry U.to get .' ach whti. yes r o- hel nderif ie;. p
.culptured profilee in, a'fist, ,crnss-talkl.varety .act- on and -.ta.ke.-Lady Lewish ng linking, .ccudi a head the saet .ecuid. .
Salaiaohglthe li 6upd.witha bcroatic ~w whose, reflections ,o- d.the.ieast:. i g t ih i din C dee
;~g egcoicelin i ge.,s .biD.ow,: Carefully arranged br, him . more .oextrav.- t .'_
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SStiday/December 31st, 1961 H

CARLOS
iM

Shopping Can -Be
S. : '. . .


SCarlos makes it that- way.
Where else can you sit in a
breezy patio,' under tropical
trees, sip an out-of-tliis world
Rum Puhch, and chat with your
friends while a bewildering, va-
riety of interesting gifts and sou-
venirs, are. used in the adjoin-
ling rooms?
**.
SAt Carlos you are free '-to
J browsd, ask questions, try ,on,
sniff,. price, handle or just gape
at the interesting merchandise
so pleasingly displayed.

Carlos has a new addition in
the form of a newly constructed
room where the ladies can run
amuck. There are dresses, hats
and handbags,. blouses and
-skirts; beachwear, all In a riot
of colors, shapes and sizes.

Tourists appreciate- the fine
values at Carlos, the interested
sales peoWe, the reliable mail-
home service, and the spacious,
[ \


unhurried and unharried atmo-
sphere.
To many visitors wh&" 'hied
not once to Haiti, but often, stop-
ping at Carlos is the first thing
on their list of-'what to do'. At.
Carlos. the visitor from abroad
has another unique advantage.
He, or she, or they, can feet
a friendly, charming Haitian fa-
mily, from Grandma, aunts and
uncles and cousins, 'right .on
down to the last-born grandchild.
Some of them work there, others
breeze in and out all day' to
see relatives, and if Grandma
McIntosh had five cents for
every kiss on -the cheek she gets
every day from. members o6f-the
family, she'd be a millionaire.


The mahogany
is one of the mos
up-to-dpte:in the
ings from the m
tive of. Haitian ar
walls; Lafontant
all over;" there a


Rock


prevents :unnecessar/ tire fu

GIVES 16NGI
GREATER
Husky deuble-c
'-in new. B.F.Go
Service tires givi
in forward of
against -slippage
built to its ifll
flexes evenly_--
str that can
tire failures.
Keep. your off-ti
meat on tHe' jo
B F.Goodriboh
ires. You'll be


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ainsI, the best
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your way;

The bar at
over by Engl
.rice, who mak
pie and cone
cruise ship is
harbor, it is a
to sit at the ba
rice put toget
of the famot
Punch. In fa
cruise ship pas
of their crew,
time ashore
.because if you
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an ARTIBONITE M
F -. (Continued from page 4)
brought acclamatiohs ad -d ad-'
in crystal, and of miration. They crossed the
,.vagrant' breeze streets; Geffrard, Dantes ..Des-
ch.'.aperume scent touches, Magasin de l'Etat, -des
SCasefies, Avenue J.J.- Dessall-
nes and Champ de Mars, gave&
Carlos is presided the salute to the Mausolee of the
iFsh-speaking Mau- founders of the Independence
sh-speakig Ma on their way before reaching the
es a. hobby of peo- Naional Palace.
actions. When We wish to congratulate once'
aberl ed tn ore the leader Zacharie Delva
I liberal education t
r ad w M and his assistant, especially Mr
ar and watch Mai1-
her a fw gallon Duroc Pierre-Louis and David
her a, p alatcloing Jean Pierre, the Officers who
ct, palate-tickling ere in charge of the training
csnt, sme of the of the militia, particularly th
ssengers and many


spend their entire
in Carlos' patio...
don't know Carlos
now;Haiti..


;t, complete and
city; fine paint- TI Jt PH REPORTS'
lost-'representa- .R _E"-:
tists adorn th On ec. 22id, ;23rd, and 24th,;
sculptures are at Soudalles (Bolosse), Cite Bou-
ire. fine porcel- teille (La' Salile), arid Carre.
S four-Feuilles, a distribution of
Foodd. first hecesity's .a articles
-and closed envelopes were 'hade
by the "Service d'Informatiot6et
de Documentation" (SID) to.0h
ervie -poor residents of these localities:
.c.On Dec. 28th, at. 8:30 a.nf'.-the
different parishes of the. Archi-
i lUreS diocese celebrated the comme-
moration 'df "Saints Innocents'
ER SERVICE fete".. On Dec. 31st, at an .to
TRACTION 99 9p.m. cocktail party at French
T ,A N Embassy, Mr Jean Fouchar,
hevron teans. and Max Bissainthe, officers, of.
,odrrich Roct 1irench Order and Arts" paid
e full traction- homageto France and it cult-
reverse, guard ure... On January 1st, 'at Manoir
SThe .ire is des -Lauriers, Ambassador and
anoed' s& e. Mrs Charles-, Le Genissel will
- no Ibellized -
se..unnecessary receive their fellow- citizens...
SThe Secretary of State for For.
: he-r i eign Affairs, Mk Rene Chalmers,
he-road equip. received -the Diplomatic Corps
3b. See us for
Rock Servie at Villa Creole Hotel-'Thursday
money aheadLt night... Mr Gustavo Orlandini,
Ambassador of Italia in Haiti;
lMr Robert Ross, Economist of
SUN in Haiti, -arrived this week
after a sejqurn abroad... Mrs
S"i[ Olga Wiener, Silvera, proprietor
0i of "Olga 'Boutique" and daughter
-CJEf gElizabeth,'-rettrned from a trip
fl) at Ste-Croix '(ies Vierges) where
the&.put'on a well heralded
.' fashion-show... The '"Legionnal-
res" and other religious cath-
' olic associations of the parish bo
Ste Anne feted on Dec. 25th
the 62nd anniversary of-birth of
; r the Canon Kebreau, cure of the
parish...


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S HAITIAN LAWITRS -
RCIAL WILLIAM NARR, S. A. FOR Prices: .
,.FOR CON O .

IU'T RECEIVED 101bs.-Bags 15 Gourdes |
-Ten Haitian Lawyers who
DRICH: Tires and Tube Batteries made application to serve in the 5lbs.-Bgs 15 Gourde
Congolese. Republic hard been
Port au Pr e a cepted bY the UN: .Mes. Ax Wholesae order willbe filled n the b
,L, Pi c Mathon, Andre Moise, Rene'P3 o- orer
limon, Roger Boncy, Leon Man-
E SAN:SA'TTCQ Jeremie nus and Luc Piverger will be of Gourdes: 2.75 per i01bs bags- (Miimu
Judges; Me Gaston Sam, Gen-
LD DEl AOUIS Jeremiei oral Attorney with the Substit- 10 bas) and Gourdes: 14pe 501bs. Minim
S" ,utes Gerard Alerte, Herve Al- and o O. Ibs.
fred and Luc Thimote. .
[S. IATG E Saint-Marc They have a two year con- uni 10 bags.)
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stein, professional tenni..,playej
of United States paid a visit'itf
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top, tennis coach. Mr'Epstemin
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Col, Mit6hell explained that
his' friendship for Haiti, dates
from his University days in
1922 when he became friends
with. dental student Jules The-
badd at' whose hotel, Castelhaiti.
the group is now staying. "Since
then I have--met hundreds of
Haitians including Ambassador
Philippe Cantave who has 'been
a distinguished: representative of
Haiti in Canada for many years.
Mayor Deeb 'in his speech
welcoming" the UNLDA to ,Port
au Prince described the visitors
as "the authentic. ambassadors
of Franco-Canadian culture" and
declarEd; that 'the homeland of
Toussaint Louvert~re and of
Erancois Duvalier was also their
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off the beaten track of tourists.
The twenty-one memibes are:

L'UNION DES LATINS
D'AMERQUE

Dr et Mme Paul-Enille Chevre-
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SDr. Marcel Desmardis
Miles Annette et- Denyse Fa-
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Mr. Zotique 'Frenette,
Mrb Maurice Gauron
Paul Gauthier
Rollande Gauvreau, .
Mlle' MadeJeine Lapointe.
Mr Gilles Moreaf -;
S-MileleR.ejeane Leduc .
Therese -Legare
Mile Aline Leroux
Mile Henriette Meflchand
-Me et Mme Paul Galt.Michaud
Me. Maurice Parent .
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Sunday December 31st. 1961



Offthe Telediol
-Well. the best hangover medicine is a hair of the -dog that
bit you. Iced champagne before breakfast... that's when the least-
est does the mostest! -And don't forget, now is NOT the best
time to make new resolutions. Wait 'til Spring when everything
is promising. -I bought myself a Xnias present a bra-0-matic
by Exquisite Form that has, of all things, a magic button to press
when you push the wire down. 'It says to release the magic button
and the bra automatically locks in place! For how long, for Pete's
sake? I'm afraid to put it on.for fear I'll never get it off again.
--on't some kind company please send me a 1962 calendar?
They seem to be awfully scarce this year. Another few years, and
I guess we'll have to go out and buy 'em. -You've heard of the
Mexican Hat Dance? Well, I saw a Hat Dance the other nite in
RePdez-Vous... the guy never took his hat off from the time he
came in until lie left, and he ale, drank, talked and danced several
Tangos! -Whaddyno? In almost the next mail I received a calend-
ar fhom Brasserie de la Couroi:e, and it's a beaut. It's the Birds
of America one both -beautiful and informative. Mille mercis
and, the Happiest New Year. -Shows you how little I know... there
are such things as Choucoune beds, and they're not in the Hotel
Choucoune either..That's a tiadd mark, you dope. -The-New York
influe ice on Nemours Jean Baptiste has brought forth that new
song, In the Subway (with my sugar-ball at my side). How about
that?a- -How "come none of the employees at Leclerc have left
tliere' for fear of snakes? -Did you hear about the poor. tourist
who was arrested at the airport last Thursday morning?' He had
no hotel reservilton;- didn't ImoW if he wanted to stay in a hotel
or a penslon- and didn't want to take a taxi! C(azy! He wanted
to walk around but not In the jug! -This seems as good a time
as may to reprint an excerpt from "The Meaning of Democracy".
-Yea~ s ago,, during the last war, a popular magazine editor was
asked to'give the Writers' War Board a statement on the subject.
He was astonished, but came up with the following: -Surely the
Board 'knows what-democracy is..It is the line that forms to the
Iight.'It t. don't. nt don't shove.'It is the,holein the stuffed
;-$; hrt ghb ei awd t .lowly trickles; it Jis the dent
in frh iih, tit -t is khe recurrent suisptcion that more
'than hal if the pope right irie .than half of the time. At
is the feeling of privacy in the voting booths, the feeling of com-
munion in the libraries, the feeling of vitality everywhere. Demo
cracy:is a letter to the editor., Demodrapy is the score at the
beginningof the ninth. Ii is an idea which hasn't been.disproved
yet, i song the words'of'which have not gone a*4. lt'1 the iuqtard
on the hot dog an dthe crPeain iq the rationed coffee. Derqqcracy
iS a request from a War ibard, in the middle of a morning in the
middle of .a Er,' wanting to. khow what democracy is. -_Somehow
it still adds up today, and it's a good thing to believe in, a.nq
doesn't Mr. K. wish he:had it! --A Very Happy New Year :to All -
may your days .be poiiisettia studded; your nights star-dusted;
may your,,good wi bhg b,.-granted and the others forgotten an y
prosperity snlle on yo and Lady Luck touch you with her wand;
may.the devil .el e rt .yo and your.:friends stand by; may. your
pockets be fullruan your heart emptyof malice and envy,.Peace,
within.and without. -
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Bravo Giovanni. Robert Miller is
Art Director of McCan & Mars-
chalk Advertising Agency. They
are staying at the' Oloffson...
Evan Janovic, a paint dealer
from New York and charming
wife Florence are back. Floren-
ce is a copy writer. "

***Jacques ,Baussan is, back
-after three years in Europe
Where he studied hotel business.
He' spent, eighteen months in
Switzerlaid and eighteen months
in, Spain. Jacques is a graduate
,' from an American College. He
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THIS WEEK
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The Training CentertOk I.aborde' '


Haiti's Firt Rural Intermediate Sco
By Marcel DESROCHES and educational materials, ac- the principles and. "thi
On the Western sector of Les cording to the imperatives of ices of community Educati,
Cayes, fifteen minutes from modernr Pedagogy. all can improve their kno
that city, the Rural Develop- es in agriculture or do'i6
ment Division and CEP are re- As a' proof" of their .deepest economy and industrialart'"
alizing a social program which gratefulness, the population gave, The. functional education,
will improve the -general c6ndi-.'the. name of S. E. Dr FrancoIs vided the children will hdipt
tions in rural communities of Duvalier, President of the Rep- to develop a "sympathetic a
the South. A few years ago, the public to the Refectory. the name tide" forwards their conmiZ
rural area of Laborde where the of Ministei Andre Theard to-the ties, to increase their mnental.Sj
improvement is being undertak- Domestic Economy room and moral ability in order to i'pro
rural life doi.ditions. 4
VII.-It is the. ambition t.
-Rural Development Divdidi.p
CEP to continue th.e .efi
struggle to benefit the po or
ses of 'th e country, in
conformity with the obe.ei
the. Center. which aid'
a) To complete the n
"ual formation.
-b) To encourage and dei
professional Aiptitudes .
practices of industrial
agriculture and dor iW
economy. -
Sc) To help the hild
Shis life, to help bie
Shi activity and to becot;
citizen 'helpful to thec:i
try; .
d) To .contribute to the:
eracy .campaign.
VI.--T h e ,R u r a IT
ba Center of .Labordg and 'it
The Library of. ait's first, ural intermediate school, dedicated t a
nex, the Ele-zientar Sch6olj'.j".
at LSiborde, near. Cayes two months ago. be etoneier nt a Sch6i Ln
be consi-dered akan outpost'
en, was'iconfronted with a lack the name of Dr Thomas A. Hart civilization where wil b e
of aur educational program. to the Library., .. orated the 'elements of the
I.Illt was only around 1957 ure' rural ,elite of the Soi
that the' SCHAER,. actually CEP, IV..-Th Center. will.'" receive. Department. This is also
built the first school, a demon- very soon ,upils.- of the tth:oppo tunity to consolite ,
station community school. The Department. :.As a100 students more,.the:fri ehndsnship w
capacity and ability of teachers of both sexes are expected to be binds the two ,oldet e
helped the development of the registered; theyy wil be selectedd of our Hemiphere,iHaiti
iietly opened school. arnoingat upils who covered 7 Uniied States. -ca '.
year Study In a rural school of :
:I1--Because of the progress the aix subdiisionh DistRicts. Because -of its concepsioi.:
realized by- thii school -in the Tibere .ll be also' 20 iiembers the. ib inteIltual .oid'sd
area, the former Direct~o'ofr -C Assocatiori atrthe entire level it- is ,the living syinbgol
EdUication Division of USOM Dr expenses of the.' opperative Haitian Arherican coer
Thomas Hart, decided to built, Agriculture Program (CAP).- 'with, inview, the raising o
besides the Primary School, a With the exception of residents standard of our ee
SRural.. Teaching Center, 'inaug- of Laborde who will have their ase's.
rated last October 8th 1961. daily meals at the ~iiter, :all :. : -i
The different branches of this the students 'wil board,.e c se Fo -
"Shrine .ef knowledge' occupy V.-Bede the Direct o AmnestyFor
the nice and elegant building followed training program P son rs
everyone can see. the U.S., 'the different teachers
II.--The new building includes: selected for the Center, are all Our colleague "Le Matinr'd,
a) The Library with a sec- graduated from Rural Normal vealed that several p
tion -reserved for the office School. Moreover, they .partici- were liberated by specl?
of the. Director. pated in a special workshop or- tructioa of the Presiddent':.ofP
ganizdd in 1960 at' Damien by Republic. The attitude of
b) The dining-room with a the CEP. mency of 'the :Chief of State
capacity of lb00 students. VI.-The program of study will been well. commented oni-in
c) Four large classrooms. cover three years. It will include public declared the, mo
d) Two dormitories of a ca- well balanced'acadeic courses, daily.
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pacity of 5u students e;. .
is the 21-year-old son of Archit- e) A large shed for the tea- -
ect Robert Baussan and his ching of Industrial Arts to
wife, Owniers of Hotel Ibo-Lele be dispensed to the pupils -
and Ibo Beach... Donald Fried- of the two schools.
man, a realtor from New York f) A laundry. ,
was met at the airport last week- g) A delco electric plant for P- RT IEN A D H TA
end by Evelyne Salzman,.. Dr general needS of the whole CAP-_RTIEN AND THE CITADEL.
Thomas Amos, a Physician from Center. ONE WA B BY PLANE ,ONE WAY BY LIMOUSINE
New York City and wife Jacque- h) Fresh water will be pro-
line are current guests at the vided very soon after the ALL
Marabou... Mr Charles GQmer, installation of a 75 gallons INCLUDED"' '"
in' steel business in Baltimore per minute pump. in a 225
and charring wife Betsy arriv- feet deep well. OPERATED BY i d STOP-E TOURS
ed here this week for a few days. AVENUE PAN AMERICAINE
Be t s y was recommended by The interior walls are 1 ., r -'PETION-VILLE .HAITI
"cute blonde" Gloria Pruce who painted and decorated and the P.OBOX 31 Phone: 77 1 -
visited Haiti recently with herbuildings have all the desirable P..B 1. hone: 7761
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'f 196t was a year of change and'progres for the Hal- For the Improvement of jng- rica, the Haitian-American In-
: Ai riiIecan I'stitite. Nearly eyerjr aspect of the Ush teaching throughout Haiti stitute .is dedicated to strength-
tral cesteis activities were affected, from b seminars were organi-ed during ening understanding between
ti ete's activities Wereaffecmlibrary the summer and -fal -for Haiti- Haiti and the United States.
hous to ,Englishl teaching. an teachers of English. Tvo
S.:. '. ;." "" American language specialists, It attempts to strengthen Hai-
h.f...a Dr -Richard Krogh and tian-Amn.e.rican ties though ifs
jTlie.htg major change came. ed froi- Paris, with their arriv- DA wand a rogh g spc tian-americ ties treuh if
i change came ed fro Paris with theirarrv- Gloria Wasiliewski, were broht French and English teaching
1-March when Dr. John Wond- al ex-pected in the coming ol w mrbro French and English teaching
-n-eMarChe whenhDr.y John Wond-n h al exp e c t e d in the coming to thet institute to help Dr. %n- programs; its operation of a mbk
er replaced John Floyd as in- months. der and Ji Oberstr, U.S. e- progras; its opration of a m-
ttMe director. A former Uni- v 'r Mission language instr adern lend aging library with books
'v tyi instructor, Dr. Wonder To provide better service to conduct a thre- week s mnar ie .and magazines on medicine,
.'ame to Port au Prince with its public, library hours were A t fr n science, engineering and sio-
August for nearly 50 Haitian
nfany years' experience in bi- re-scheduled to 4-9 p.m. Monday t aclers. he prg m wasCn ogy-as weo l as Amertcan histo-
:;Mtiptal center 'work in Brazil. -through Friday and 10-12am. on a nued :i the fall ',i: nmi c economics, art, music and
!-Ober- .personnel., changes :in- Saturdays. sp-c is- WUl ~ii er c lture ad c rarous IltTrd l programs
,ided. the appointment of Mrs ducting a~rioa. s s at le i show ing ds, lectures,
~iiJ ane lV6i. dis librarian, and. Mr Major impovqments and ex- film showings, art e bt, etc,
trard. Fiere. as .assistant li, oei we'ere..rf' t u T. : ~"c
rarian ,- center'.English -.teaib. 'ptgngA The Institute encourages both.
4 1 ue'... ;-, '" ... vd-.aren it fdti lr, PIitians' and Americahs to par-
'The institute's 5000 volue. vmzh :'Am ticipate' -in its programs and
library was the scene of man~ i etal help initssupport Membership
. iemehts during. te yea vce c e .can :be. had'iort a Iinbpicehl
-r'.: dfel shelves were insta Jl ..... o ar -while 'the,.library. is. opqh to the:
e'4, wails re-painted" th, ca,. anz n gene r ,public.


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$46,000 PAY-ROLL FOR
DUVALIRVILE~R .
In order to Allbw 'dpportune
circulation of money% At the end
of. the year .the payroll. : of -Du-
valierville works -was "paid in'
advance. .25,000 for the workers
and employees and N20,000 for
the -'urchase o mniatefials, tran-
sportation and gasoline 'Le Ma-
tin reports. .
S'OAS SO dLR t
The Organizatiqn of -.iericai
States has -made .a scholarship
available for'a '.aitian'ebnieer
to study the iragi ahn-' tlban
*planificaation- in i. -l.;.ie, The
inscriptions; Wil.,i -, on
January .3lst. e ciary
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Slte volumes- ---remved- and- tve impdrovteheit of the English ings, refreshments, and inform-
Simrpornt.~, several hund- program: material .to be cover- al discussion, was organized for
, ^%a 8& added,.to.the library's ed by each class -rwas-,nearly, university students..
u ii.cbllecti6 B-,f bf.1 iR iri. doublte, f nal exams We7 instt-
i:ench;, trftisratiohn Addl tiial luted'and oral exams. given per- As- one of over fifty similar
bo translation were order- iodially. bi-national centers in Latin Ame-
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