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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: AA00015023:00094

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avenue Mie-.Jeanne' biTE DMAICALB' ESTIME .- Phone 2061 Vol XX Sunday January. 28th, 1962 -.No. 18 .
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SFrankie Laie Flqws Columbus' Footsteps

RETURNING IN MAY
?. WITH- ORCHESTRA '
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First Project TackledBy


LIBERATION 'COUNCIL

The first. project to be tackled under the new self,
help. campaign of economic liberation pf Iaiti decreed
by President Doctor Francois Duvalier earlier t
month is the International Jet Airport. Work on t$
new airport, af "Mais Gate", considered vital. to
growth of the tourist. industry, has been decreed.
begin February firs.
In a, decree published in the up collection of funds, at its new
Monitor, January 18: PreSident office setup on the Avenue M-i
Duvalieragave the responsibility rie-Jeanne. -
of building the new jet airport "Functionaries'who have
to the government, with funds up their expense accounts
from the national effort. not be exempt from. giviiig
At the same time the" econo- fewihours, weekly on the, airQ
mic liberation couqcil stepped worksite as workmen or at
post" which will not 'be ab
Stheir physical capacity or ab
'Top Ja Boys Due er co:netenc,"' stated a
n a iticle in Panorama this week
n -Day Visit S, l raw materials will be s
/ : -. on the airport project, this.;
T hn Paul Winter Sei" t. one iect will alsonnrmevent h fi


hk Lit No:u -,. -r.' .. ..
A'Accbtpanied.-by Mrs Thursto, 'of America's tqp, ollegate jazz
Snd .OD.A .. offi.Igla, An.- grups, is scheduledl. tdo Iusit
assadoi Thuinton saw nifWleb JEorar an ezino fmroa F ruary
Nj'9 rg 'Duritig their six-day .%11ht
ce I fbut will' give televioix and A?
rdpni sing vegetablee 6 igeessmng iecitals as well as, a piubli i'n
it, an e.eri pental farm, a cevt at. the Rex. Theatre the'ee
lvestock leed facility and tw& r#ig of February 9.
*i-ge efi~bLe ifarns. Sponsored by the U.S. Depart.
S ildo o d sl oa these project are re- meant of State under its cultural
'i f -e ,ub T ,$ a .salt; l P o ', ... ..t
SW"" and u " -"e ""Nai' ~1e sk.... US. ... .W: Wed to a-U.S, econo aid pro- presentations program, the sext-:
i... to ,the Artb 'Valley, et -plans tin make, an extensive
S .d bearded Tim Pal r rel wci since mid '195.zie- tour of Latin Ameriva. aiti
l ai'i.mWiTV a dten cejiure and in the 'US. tl e hQ bee. ches7 r o donla ...,. will be its first stop.
rMitb-e ot' ,.py" .t Ilqie"' Tornisit this year (See Page 1; ( o pg6 4) (Continued on page 16)
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U0:"l:A blue marlin. the first ever sighted 'in Gonave bay, ieer On i ee
.E foot .Huckimn luxury ya t Desert Q n" between La ueen, Lands 11,516s
4' nave island .and the Riviere C(ris on the mainland Blue Marlin
"" "'" K A '.
An atL f. 1 nday
Saiancsio 1.For Cuba
r ' . A guest of Torne Donnetley
(Le Nouveillste January 23) oon tF e month old "Desert .
,Siticed yesterday! at the open- an .vid one deep sea fisherman.
i' of: tbth Conferbnce of Punta of these-wa fbr atYp.t9,two
Dl Eiste, Haiti introduced a 'new decades 1p.nded the blue mran in
element into the Foreign' Miii- after a triling thirty minute,
ters miefing, a few hou .b ore bout. He utedl an eighty pound
the public discussions on the test line to catch thei115 pound'
Cubah problem. beauty...
The declaration of Haiti's Chan- The blue marin wa'oe n a
elpr cane .ut as a bomThe blue marlin wasonb, ora
.,elpr camoe out as a bomb, for, school of four. sighted in the out-
..them of.the Delgations amongwe-e er bay. One of the. school took
tion he bait. out of the hands of De-
. co 'rtvnep tha Haiti was one o sert ~Queen's Captain Eddie See-
aeh e s. uigast C-baw Shre .of sholts and he played out ten
feet of'his line.
that fact, the U:S.A. didn't check
$he support of little Central The sight. of blue marlin in
: e recan countries during the .the bay has caused great excit
'pralable consultations and were meint in the sminall deep-sea fish-
imostly Anterested in contacting ing circle here and could re- Thorne and Mrs Donnelley with Anton Kneer admire first blue
(Cohtinued on page 16) (Continued on page 2) Marlin landed in the bay.


of fuids aboard, that, is .so'
atrous to.national economry,t.
noma-na stated .. .

h *,k For: The, *krp"
"', I.Moniteur1 of .Jad ary.'I
come out' with two ip portfiiti .
crees.
1)-The text' of ,the' decree.,
S(ontinded .oi pagii)

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Lyle Bull Host On j
Independence Today
Executive Vice President
American Export Lines' :
W. Lyle Bull, Executive' Vice
'President, A m e r a p Export'
Lines" and Mrs Bull sailing' the i
Caribbian aboard the luxury'.
liner S INDEPENJiENCE. will.
give a luncheon reception aoariat
the liner today. Invitations were
sent out by Conpany Agents .
Haiti, Joseph NaLal & Czo. .
The Bulls are tre company's'.
official hosts at receptions held,,
(Continued on page 13).
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/Jet Airport

ECONOMIC



Thurston
Views Work.
n Artibo nite
Port an Prince, January 25.-
Ambissador Raymond L. Thtirs-
ton said' yesterday he was very
much impressed with the scalp
'and, magnitude bf the joint Hal-
tianAxmericari efforts for the
economicc development of the' A-
tibonite .Valley.
He made the statement follov-
ing a fOun-hour inspection, tour
of ..American'aid projects in'tbe
Artibonite his second such
tour during the past week, A
w.Vek- earlier. he reviewed Pote
Col'e projects in the Dep rtihent
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.In Haiti This Week
By AUBELIN JOUCOEUK
S. Some 250 members of the Tectum Corpora-
tion, conducted by Peoples Travel Service Inc.
of Columbus, Ohio held their Annual General
Sales Meeting here' this week. The party is
headed by Mr Donald E. Kramer, Vice Presi-
dent-General Manager of the; Tectum and his
wife, assisted by Mr Robert D. Albyn, General
Sales Manager and his wife, Mr Edward R.
Hall, Field Sales Manager traveling with his
wife and son, Mr Frank Yoakum, General Distributor.
8:: :They were greeted by Pai Am Officials and Mr Andy Anderse-
ji of'the Southerland. They. were lodged at the Ibo-Lele, El Rancho,
'.Villa Creole and CastelHaiti.
Tectum Corporation is affiliated with the Nationwide Insuranc
4.'companies an industrial complex .of 26 companies of which it is
the .only manufacturing one. It, manufactures building materials.
P/:.. Wednesday night the Tectumists got together at a dinner party
'held at the CastelHaiti.and, the-next morning they opened their
.: general session at .the Ibp-Lelq. In the afternoon, they broke' in
-t four groups to hold seminars in the four different hotels. On the;r
i.lorning' off Friday they visited. Ken-coff and Le Perchoir, in
S-Boutilliers. Friday afternoon, they ,repeated the seminars in swil-
-ching to different hotels,' They had their second general session
: at Ibo-Lele Saturday morning and a closing banquet n the evening.
.- This convention livened up the atmosphere here this- week.
S' ***Mr William Lieberman'. Curator. of Prints and prawings at
the Muiseum of Modein Art of New .York arrived bdre Thursday
W last for a two week visit. -William, who is also in'charge of the
' Exhibition of the European painters_ such as Picasso has been
i` .ntroduce't. tho e,R.aitia- Art, by DeWitt Peters,; 'Manager of the
t',Ait Center and his Assistant, Mi Pierre Monosiet, and to. the other
5a-charms- of-the Magjc. Island. by ydung. Architect -Pie;re Richard
!Villedrouin, a-graduate of the Escuela de Architectura. te Mexico.
SWillr Lieberman who was bdra in. Pis, speaks 'Frehch fluently.
H.ie is current guest at the ,GrAp .Hot4el ,Qloffson where he was.
oinjled by' painterrf.'."Soc6'ir d ii p6et' irlb 'Congodn who
i. accompatil him to Cap Haitien and the Citadel. The Citadel. is
:,ith the Egyptian Pyramids. the. most impressive views .I have
i. er seen- said .Jay Soih.. '
,. ***Mr Hosnhetre. Apollon, deneral Mapager of, the-, Rgie du
Dfabc VifiVr [ Clestii alid Mr William':h leiria'ri igeeted at
airportt Friday morning. Mr Mortimor Gordon/ President of
i the C oitinetal Ccopper & Steel Industries, Inc of New York, Mr
: Harms, m ilebr -of. e -Bqard of Directors,of the same com-
pany. and .Mrs Thomas ,J. Kennedy Jr., Assistant to Mr Gordon.
AYThey ae .official -guests of the Government. They are staying at
SVilla Creole. "
',gineer.. Iary Corman and hi wife V Betty frori Boston,
las tre- guests at the ,Hotel ,Choucone... Mr NewelW D.
S 'from Santa Barbara, California joined the Poie t TiV 'here
v:.;:weels as an eicp rt in.:educatiorin..Mrs Manta Early. Carter
ias'. greeted this wek- by -the Head of .the USOM, .M,.Earl O.
e, .she is the, new Chiei of Persopnel at the United States
i0erations Mission. in replacement of M1ss Charlotte Ellis who t
wwi:l fly bick to Washington, D.C. in three weeks.:. Mr Raymond
1.'D.'Hasting a sewspaperman from Washington, D.C. and wife
SGladys are visiting... Mr Arthur Phillips a Manufacturer from
t;oslyn I'Heights, N.Y. and wife former Ruth Rosehberg. Mike
h Rosenberg's sister (Tele-Haiti) and daughter Karen 19 and Linda.
'a4, arrived. here this week in company with Mrs- Harriet Herman
: Rosenberg. They were met at the airport by Aidre S. Apaid, Ma-
fager of Tele-Haiti... Mr Harold B. Merahn, a business executive
i,:from Rockeville Centre, N.Y. and, wife Ina made their return
trip here after ten years... Dr Charles Preefer, also from Rocke-
.villelCentre, N.Y. is visiting with wife Beatrice... Mr Gerald Lee,
Sa refrigeration executive from Brooklyn and wife Diane Joan. are
Sciurrent guests at Ibo-Lele... Dr Heriberto Enrique ninsl from
,suenos Ayres ahd wife Lidia a teacher arrived this week... Mr
SJohn F. Kelly, a contractor from New Jersey and wife Mary are
;.back here this week... Miss Francine Geoffrion, a lady lawyer
from Montreal is back here again to marry Max Fpmbrun, Owner
Sof Store Club, an active member of the HPBA... Youthful Dr John
,Richard Dolley from Portland, Maine was met at the airport this
t eek by Dr Harold Wood, Head of the Public Health program of
,LUSOM and Dr. Victor Laroche. graduate of the Vermont Coll-
,, . . ,.


HAITI SUN''


Sunday Jamnury 28th, 1962
#,


Se;e of Medicine, he comes here to study tropical pathology... Mr ington. D.C. and Mr Russell Fon
Norman. and Gloria Rosenbloom, :rqxael Agents irom Chicago are taine, .a regional malaria .advis-.
guests at El tRancho... Mr Wijliams S. Guthrie President of Buck- or for the AID in Latin Aineiica
eye Federal Savings & Loan from Columbus, Ohio and wife Mary ith office in ma, Peru w
met here this week by Dr Ha-!
arrived this week in company with Mr A. Glenn Mc Clelland, a ol Wood head of thek PubliH'
lawyer fror Columbus and wife Christine, they are guests at the Health-program for USOM ahnd
Chatelet de la Montagne Noire... Charles David: Fulford, a young Dr. William Goodwin, .malarial
bearded Stage Director from Ohio is visiting this week... Fred Advisor at the SNEM... Mr Nor-
Norman Kronfeld, a Manufacturer from Glen Cove N. Y. and man Rosen, Executive of the La-
S- conia Shoe Co in Laconia, New'
wife Zelda Barbara, Mr Irving Layton, President of I. Layton Hampshire and ile elen were'
Creations, home furnishing company and wife Jean from Portland delighted with their-visit here.
Oregon, are current guests at El Rancho. They promise dto come- back.
*"Bill Eckert, Executive of the Leo Burnett Advertising Co bf real sqon. Mr David Steinberg:
Chicago was met at the airport early this week by Edward Md- P resident of'the Hampshire
Gurk, Predident of the Internatorioal Club of Commerce.,. Dr. house Hotel in Boston Mass'was
Donald Johnson,a deputy chief of tle Agency for Interamerican vis g -herey :tdis Peek :si
***Dr- Henry Diavid, President .
Development (AID)' for the malaria eradication program in Wash- of the New School of Social tR-
search in New York ald !.'his
wife Bryna, an Adtninistrator,
BLUE MARLIN RUN IN THE BAY were, met at the- airport nt
SS- Sunday by Dr J6an Mare.Bi6r-
(Continued from page 1) Blue Marlin-school In.the outer- deleau; Director, of the -Gente
suit in boosting deep-sea fsh- bay. ; de'Psychiafie-de Port aaPrin-.
ing as a tourist attraction. Mr Donnelley is the .retired ee: .... ', .
Mr Donhelley Who has made President of the. Rubens --:H fMr-" Jane Newman, :an Exe-..
four visit to Haiti during the Donnelley publishing company cutiire from New York i-s curv-.
past quarter of. a century took in :.Chicgo .and now makesjtis rently visiting'in Cpmpany with
delivery of his ,custom made dryland'home inn Scoftsdale ;~. her 'nice,, is Betty 'leinibaili,
motor yacht in Jacksonville, zona. As, a welkonwn bobbiest they are. guests at'"the El Ran-.
Florida last month and sailed of 'photography. he caught ihe chb... Mr Wallace. Greene ,'aa C. i
to Haiti via Nassau on her maid- Blue ~ Iarlin' exhibited 'on 'the P.A. from; ibu giw..NY.'and ,
Shis. chaninh '.. wifr th'sare' back
here. in. conmpy witi a.via
Q'oba,, a 'I.bb."
on Neburgh ad
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en voyage arriving In Port aun
Prince January 13th. Mr 'Don-
neley and his wife with two
fogs and the Tony Kneers ap
guests intends to sail- down to
he Dutch island of Saba after
hey have several more tries at
he remaining members of the
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main wharf Mobday morning
from all angles both in color and
black and white.
The De-ert Queen was .spepial-
ly designed and has all the elec-
trical radio and navigation de-
vices to make life at sea a real
pleasure.


ri


You know
it's a rally fin i

Scotch when it's
JOHNNIE
WALKERS


-JOHNNIE WALKER
umt 1,1.-wl goog r trong S

EXCLUSIVE AENT IONEL D'DEKY.
EXCLUSIVE AGENT: LION'!EL 8, D'ADISKY


rt Braff anq wifeo^
six week isit hee. .Th.a:

Arvid ,Brieiles.t' U"

wife Gerh,. a .iiat |
Professgr. ...... N... .......

guests at *e Tibo-LUe...l-;1
"gblonge l Aoexandis
Comtess--of Blumenthal. i:3 A
home- again.AAxandra 41TD

met at the i .rpotyf16iend -al
Allen...' Thre e .'dSareses. 6:
ithe':rK~. ea A;rneiit' ':6 1lB* j i
ew dow ere
,They are Mjsses Jydw. ,t'dr&e 2
and Jean Hastings and iae"
Lohne..'They stopped at the Cai
ibe-Haiti Hotel. Lovely Judy-
Nordlie left two days before heir
companions. She promised to
come back soon...
S***Dr Robert N. Webster and
wife Jean from Tallagasse, Fla.
are current guests at 'Ibo-Lele...
William- arrived here Friday:..
William Weiss, a Lawyer and
hi red head wife Gloria spent a
few days here this week...
***Lovely Karen Curtis, daugh-
ter of the Head of the U.S. Air
Force Mission in Haiti and his
wife come home this Saturday
for a two week visit with her
parents and friends.

Counterfeited Bills
It is rumored that the Police
Department is i n v e s t g at-
ing counterfeit $50 and $100 bills
discovered in the circulation.
It Is hope that the counterfeit-
ers will be soon apprehended.

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i.unday Ja4uar 28th, 1962 H A I T SU N I .

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Dom inican Leader Sees Him self As Truly P"til factions. His ounds last fal in Santigo when
r ee ly joined, a different opposition unit, the police hurled noise bombs at,-!
Dem ocratic Liberal the 14th of June of the youths women demonstrators. .
wh9 had suffered physically un- Dr Bonnelly is of, Saish, It"
der. General. Trujilo. Han and French ancestry. His'
President Bonnelly Agaiist, Extremism Of Either citizens into his sevce, D Dr Bnnelly has three other father was a Santiago merha
honnelly joined the official fa- children: a son Juan, also a law- who served a number of.terms
The Left Or The Right -- Hopeful On mily in the Nineteen Forties and yer, and two married daughs a ma
Country's Future served in various capacities, in- His wife, Aida, suffered light cty'.
;i:. eluding Secretary of. the Inter-
i'By ROBERT BARREILEZ will. carry out the transitional ior.
S' job .of establishing a government
;Santo Doming. i.om icaa .Be- of law," he says. e was also Ambassador to !
public.-Dr Rafael Bonnelly, ele- Dr Bonnelly's outlook was far Spain and Venezuela and served, e A
/vgied 'to the Dominican leader- from rosy in January, 1960, when for four years as rector of the GARDEN PRODUcT S ;
F shp quicker than expected by real trouble with Generalissimo University of Santo Domingo.
thLi week's upheavals, considers Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Molipa, This career, during which Dr. .
hieiself "a liberal in the trul. the'late dictator,, overtook his Bonnelly says he, stayed clear A' re Available Exclusively At '
depiocratic sense." family. Dr Bonnelly's youngest of,getting himself identified with
The, trim, erect Dr. Bonnelly, son, Rafael Fiancisco -like him- the dynasty except in a purely AL LINCOLN ' .
picture .of the scholar, lawyer self a lawyer- was one of the professional way, came to an L JN GROCEIS .
aba siplomat.'saya be .is against hundreds of young men arrested end when his son was picked up. .; .-'
any, extremism oE'.either Righf in a plot to finish off General d RIGAJD GROCERIES'
or t Trill. When .Resident.-Balagiier star-
'Drns ? ears T elder' Bodrielly spent'e tted the democratization process High Class Iceburg-Lettc e "
old, ta -:ieen1sltetd t succeed nxtd seventeen months confined after General Trujillo's death, .S urg
President JQaquin Balaguet any- to .-his son-in-law's home here Dr Bonnell became one Civic ..
way. as head of the council of witb .a ,Trujillo guard outside. Union, largest of.the anti-Govern- Srawberries, Broccoli, Water-Cress'
state. .~ is was to .avee cme But the time was not wasted, It '
Y~jif Wer.- esi~e:-. gave Dr Bonnelly ofpoi*~ii ,to 's R
ut a ip- by Maj. en. Ra- .go.through an ample library fil- e Estate Aency rptanards of Food-Pu
Ae y .i'; a- ib6:6p- y 'aj eaE ,te'A'-cy
fadelVldriguez Echavana,. Sec- led' with social and, political lOISEAU ,& .Co. '
retail of State for the Arimed tomes. ,
Forces, aqd d.algh.tning counter- \ 1 lardn' : Mona Nigt .
coup agaisM General Xechavafria After the assassination, of Gen- Phone 2620 '
Bung alows camping .."- A Pghte 2620
brought President -Balhguer's re- eral Trjillo. last' Iy 30 Dr. able Addresi: AILOICO HOTEL IBO 'LELE'
signMiairit ghCr andI Dr 'Bon- Bonnelly went. north -td his'.home .
nelly, mived-in it once as Chief in.Saptiago, w ere he *wag born 'rSg Apart- h'*, N hlt C lub .
Exetive. Aug. 22, 904. ments/ Bungalows, Campian I A .
abot te sp 6t iheCoun- jilo. dynasty -Dr onnelly steei: period. HERI$IE WIDMAIER- HIS G OUP '
abt6 tir, -ts.ehaiuoasuc-For the ,ist e lb ste Tru- ti fo .it 'g .ng o wt
cil ''oI'Ste -for remolding his ed car of any assation with '
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T. Ri STON VIE7S ARTIBONITE ren mot of tl year the Haitian terrnTed or prodeicn. a Ir aLi. ore mportantisttLtcoma en
,,. famer, .{i.set!-ai:tced; trll now ;.c.ps but ene a ye"a; there' are %tV-a-USAriagbrnoai st thaP -i1ai
". .... ;' net approximately .100 per re now 40 areas of irrigted.and irrigation, .diversification o cro
.:: per ye plus o80. ent' for deh! roaein -at 'least. two .ropsa 'a dimprovednarketip g'vfclities
: day's lor.. .. year. As one official noted'to 4m- all u'er development at p~ esnt
'tye aere are -axUmA ag rs t tt
Sfrom.page ) fve eek Ss . assador. Thurston land vue i tliee are re
:g nt .f c : r n.e r t o-t h o -. .,i t- d ':. t ,, . -io r d m 1 .
I... '. r it of cu er tot th Uited t Ahneoe..y Thurstpn visit 10-tit sw at it was-ormerly. for the. Artibonite Vale '. .
e to the Villey's Aevelop- States Christras eve, tis., per- 'og .a u- m ber it dfor tomato th tibnit k
nF r.ga titidn."To ,ths. ena atioon basi,e rtedr 0 ,,sbels 4. : . .. .. ,.
S .O goveEmient, through a .pe.,week, aas expects teo" double r'ms, a.. we a.e v 's
3 zillion dollar DL;F, D loau ;:is -tt.fl snigu- begiinng- n ext weel ni. .e3perimeralt I e.. "
in g construction. of irriga- Supplyrig, the' ucucumbers ar tpical fruits, i.e. mangoes,.-
i canals ufifl.. 'to irrigate465 irigatef-are gone4_ avocadoss coconut, oranges,.-gra.
i n0 peftii r nd .d guax:a,. ae- .b-ib .ng
a ...pr i~'nt o i -or ganized uhdr. tadesed:-. for : ssib le intqoduction ,
inn e. .. ..t .cqy n.. i. . . -
U. -Undaer .cont&ucnti ; now. -siyte4 by -Paiut 4 ,agronomists. i 0". .. : .
.'!2-;.lj.s, o 'se.pondar' and On land that was.formerly',bar.- ; op-We esys'tou NT f f -- O R
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HAITI SUN

THE f G LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
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Edltor-Publisher BEBRNARD DIEDERICH
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SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION COEQUAL
WITH EDUCATION AND CAPITAL
IN THE COUNTRY'S NEEDS
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JACK GURNETT
The Florida Citrus Reporter
BoxI Up.
Winter H1ven, Florida
january 21, 1962
Editor, Haiti Sun,
Port au Prince, Haiti


There is little in soil and water conservation which uear ir:
is technical. Only the basic principles to bear in mind Being a newspaperman myself
-are: Soil erosion increases with volume and velocity with some 38 years experience,
of run-off water. It follows then that.any measures I have written very few letters
ihich will reduce volume and impede and slow up ve- to editors but having just re-
locity of run-off water gives dOreot results in soil-con- turned from a cruise aboard SS
servation. These principles can be used with ingenuity Eanghe Bahoamasa I feel com-
'to obtain- land acerations at little cost. pelled to write to you as a re-
Probably the most simple soil and water conserva- suit of my experiences in Port
tion method is the retirement of rocks and smaller au Prince last week.
stones from. hilsides an;l the use of then, to build First of all I think that Port
stbne-walls along contors. This impedes the water run- Prince is a beautiful city in
off, filters opt much of theop-soil particles suspended itsel, bt anden iparae to the
in the water,.and pertnits an increased degree, of water man who killed the goose that
percolation into the soil, to show up later in springs, laid the golden egg.
brooks' and rivers.
On cultivated fields of lesser slopes and. where rocks My wife and this writer had
are not easily available, contour-canals obtain the same bh erly anticipated our visit to
results, with an added advantages that they afford rounding mountains but we
paths of ingress and egress into hillside fields, for left your city with what can best
maintenance and harvesting. These contour-canals can be described as a "bad taste in
be used with ingenuity in such a way that they ca our .4 south" and what actually
divert water from one water-shed to another, if advan-' amounts to open resentment of
....the treatment we received while
tages result therefromas beenthere from the moment we step
constructeiW: arouS, a,, -i sioirce .of irrigation- ped off the tender at the dock
water- and to: mi.im of the water from until we got back ,aboard the
the watershed of: y can be carried Evangeline.
by contour-, 4 la ..reservoir in thecame
dnmeby ree i our first experience came
dammed g y, hen a character, about 20,' at-
fA bsmoka,.ll ud about dans tached himself to us and insist-
for small sream i its moUtains, ed -and persisted- in accom-
and population with unusual mason l is, is especi- paying us as we walked around
ally well ad(aptk thli useb of sm l tdams for soil and the city, fit to the post office,
water coni'atio. .".' .. ,,:then in the various, shops -mak-
I somwater consrvati. e y erect- ing an utter and despicable nuis-
In some c6untres earthn damis.re easily ereet- anc of himself. We asked him
ed, by hand with 'iules aid. .craPers, or with bulldoz- many times to leave us alone-
ers; with spill-ways and, irdgation2outlets constructed but he'paid absolutely no atten-
of -cement to prev6et. .t ig away.b, ithe water. In tio to us. e kpt cheering
most of the mountains offHaiti the porous nature of w couldn't understand what he
the soils inhibits such simiple- dams. Yet a pecular feat- wa saying. He kept asking ques-
ure of the population\ .he n.ount is that at least tions as to where we planned
50 percent or m lie ma.t h population has to shop and the like. He kept
some degree of sfl ,.. ..:1n trying to steer us into various
It follows then, SA ructed in dry- stores and b s establish
I 1.1 imments in which we were not the
seasons, capped and lined with cement or asphalt-coat- least interested. In the stores
ed masonry, are easily feasible. At theexpense of re- we did enter we made it plain
dundancy, large volumes of run-off' water aie then im-, to the clerk or manager that
peded, floods are minimized, irrigation water is provid- we came in voluntarily and that
ed. Multiplied by a thousand such dams, much-6f the the character who was our un-
invited and unwanted guide had
idle labor of the country has been converted into a no part in it. Having been in
great factor for prosperity, mariy foreign ports I know that
In Honduras, us in g t he same physical principle sometimes these "guides" get a
Fruit.companies cut through levees to achieve soil de- little commission on the purch-
velopment violent flood-waters, from the mountains, ases. That did not concern our
".character" in this country
heavily laden with rich top soils, were pouring out to e old best describe him as a
sea in the lowlands. Engineers cut the levees to permit "punk." Then we got a taxi to
the violent waters to spread out, slow up, and subside take us across town hoping to
in extensive marsh-lavels. As' the waters were slowed rid ourselves of the nuisance -
up they dropped their soil particles. In 1946 the Fruit but just as it started off, he
Co. had ones 12,000 acres of such recovered soils, tail- jumped in with the driver. I
told the driver to stop and ord-.
ored for and planted to 4Cros Michel bananas. ered the "character" to "get
In the next issue, if our amiable readers will -bear out and I do mean OUT!" But
with us,' we will discuss, with our humble abilities, the within 10 minutes of our next
,advantages of forestation and vegetative coverings, stop he showed up again- again
getting in the taxi, we left him
soe of' them with economic value; and the hefty so- behind but not until e had de-
ciological problems involved. handed three US dollars as act


.ng as our guide three dollars
which he did not get. From
other passengers aboard Evan-
geline I heard similar and worse
stories, of locals speaking a lit-
tle English following them all
around the city and when they
returned to the dock demanding
as much as $7.50 ."because I get
naid hv the hnlr Ir Enp s ,


r nd unkempt, that they just
,ave up without completing their
shoppi4,g and went back to the
ship. And when they boarded
that tender a lot of US dollars
that could have been spent in
Port au Prince went with them
- and Nassau, the next port of
call, got a big play because of
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-- -my ....... .LUn >I the contrasr no "uninvited
one or two merchants about this guides".
but they do not dare say any- i;
thing because of fear of repris- We found the better class sto-
als apparently, res staffed by friendly and co-
operative, people. If the tourists'.
Now, Mr Editor, it would visiting Port au Princ Were al-.
seem to me that after talking to lowed to go about the business
some 40 or 50 passengers after area without being bothered,
we left Port au Prince, that this they would, I am sure, spend, a
kind of nuisance cost the mer- lot more money in your city.
chants of your city a minimum I have been wondering why-.
of $50,000 and I submit that Port au Prince, through either
is a lot of business for ypur the municipal 6r Republic gov-
merchants to sacrifice to the ernment, does not set up a sys-
'punk" element of your city. ter of issuing licenses and bad-
People were pestered so much ges to real, honest-to-goodness. '
-by pestering I mean, worried guides who can pass exaniina-..
and bothered-by these "charac- tions as to health, cleanliness,'.-,
ters", whose ages seem to range their knowledge of English, their':
from around 12 years to possibly
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IoungaT Se.. No Conflict With Cristin ity


Voodoo 'Gro

By AL DINHOFER still dances occasionally with lo- "V(
I. cal Haitian troupes, when he 'mind
iVj (Last of a Series Repriped, -need 'funds for the religious pa- of ev
I. from "San Juap Sthr") raphernalia required in .ceremo- die...
Snial rites. It i
SIf- you passed Adrien Ciceron Adrien's mother, Lorgina De- the H
lantiAe streets of Port au .Pr~lsp lrge, ,was an internationally per c
gl probablyly wouldn't give aim kpown "mambo," or .voodoo pri- voodc
a. second look, as tp. say i:4gj eitess, whose exploits are recor- icism
Xoe. utht'the moment $ou are ded in numerous scholarly books "It
.bid that Adren "is a "houugaa", in. French dealing with voodoo. Cathc
'o op. priest, your attentiPn's Adrien says he learned the "sec-, Wh,
d an d you scratlise .his. rts of .the leaves," or the me- a vot
oa ce with wild eite-. dicinal use of herbs and plants, "To
l -not rlly knowing hat *'from .his mother. ing...
e oig for. Adrieg is a lean, clear-eyed they
'Adrien Ciceron, 36, says be's ran of medium .build and a pas- raini
S' ,a. voodoo priest for seven siv4v nature. Although he speaks ies..
yeA.s now, and Christian all :his spme English in' addition to nioni
ie Finench and Creole, an interpret- ent ti
:, er (who is also a follower of Adr


in Saint Louis du Nobd, voodoo) was present so that
e hbas made'a world tour drien would not be misquoted
lancer with' Katherine Dun- of mistulerstood.
famous troiBle-'Italy, In Is.the voodoo religion icreas-
dxicd,' London,. we travel-' ing or deeliping in Haiti? Adrien
' six year the says. He was asked.

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bapti
rites.
majoi
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self i
The
that
voodoo
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est
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sleep.
cifica
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some
Adr
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oodoo it in the iack of -the
and the bottom o. the heart
'ery Haitian. It will never
it grows liked the plants."
s said that 90 per cent of'
{aitians are Catholic and 100
'ent believe in voodoo. Does
oism 'conflict with Cathol-
?
does not conflict I am a
lic.".
at are the basic duties of
odoo .priest?
keep the religion flourish-
dto care for the people when
grre sick or troubled...- to
tain 'an altar for ceremorn-
to train "hounsies" (cere-'
al assistariti loosely equival-
o altar boys)... to teach..."
ien says .he also conducts
small, marriage, and death
Hie is obliged to' conduct a
r ceremony every two years
means or "re-instating him-
n the community.
ere are many esoteric laws
govern the behavior of the
-o. priest. For .example, on
in'days, Adrien says, a 'pri-
must sTeep a4ne because
gods come to you in your
."' OA Thursday nights, spe-
lly, Adrien "dresses" for
as if he was "going'to meet
one. "
ien's 'use-of Ieaves, herbs,
roots 6as carried. him into
ulinary arts. "Wheri yodi d
emony for a god, ydu must
re the foods he lkes.''
it association is there be-
SVoodoo and the drums
alp:ost any tiie of day
ght in the mountains?.

he, drums, .maoy different
,are used in the voodoo
lonies. B~3t they are more
that. The- yare for the peo-
happy time.. The drums is
e Haitian what. the hi-fi is
u. Most boys are taught by
fathers to play the drums."
contrary to popular belief,
rums are never used as a
s of communication )

ien explains that if voodoo
or even Haitian singing
dancing, seems frantic or
o the "foreigner," it is be-
one of the objects of the


rite is to be "mounted" or "pos-
sessed by the god" to whom the
ceremony is dedicated. This, in
A sbh~e, is"the ultimate e"motion-
4l satisfdetion derived 'from-the
ceremony.
' While Adrien's .domain or re-
41m, 'so to speak, is a small area.
df.tin shacks and shanties near
the Port 'au Prince airport, he
sometimes gets requests for his
services. from foreigners.

A woman from Texas was- re-
gently -taken to meet .Adrien;
(HIer.naj e and address; given to
the reporter is withheld), She.
*Lad heard a great 'deal about


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the fertility rites -during her nu-
merous trips to Haiti. She was ,-
interested .in receiving "the
treatment of the leaves."
"Her problem: She- was child-
less and could not, conceive.
After several attempts to help
the woman, Adrien,informed her
nothing could be done in her
case unless her husband was
brought to Haiti. The woman .b- .
turned to the states. Some inme,
later she wrote a letter thank-
ing the priest and informing hip.
all .was well. She had dfscover-
ed, through family doctors, that
the organic problem was .bt
with her.., but with her husband,



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Sunday January 28th, 1962


'H A T 1T


S'U.N '


"The "Singing Ambassador",
Wally L. Meyer of Milwaukee,
left Haiti last Tuesday night'
aboard the SS EVANGELINE-
but he. took with him the friend-
ship of thousands of Haitihns
who sang with him during his
brief week's stay. The globe-
trotting'songman who has led
more people in dommuzity sing-
ing in more countries ,than any
other, entertainer' (Haiti ias his
56th), arrived here with no ad-
vance comrpittments, no progr-
am of engagements of any sort,
and then quickly lined up an


array of singing
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appearances


that began his second -day in
Port au Prince with a workshop
ih song leading for teachers at
Bird College. It ended with a
"Songobatics" sing-session atten-
ded by all the pupils at the
Ecole Republique les Etats-
Unis d'Am'erique on his finalday
here.. .
In between these engagements,
he 'performed twice at the Insti;-
-t a t Haitiano-Americain wit h
adult students attending English'
conversational classes, with the
primary students at Bird Colle-
.ge, -g, o assembly programs fqr
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GERALD DEI.A(
NABIH S. IIAGE


the students at the.'Holy Trinity
school, two nore programs on
request of Sister Joan at the St.
Vincent Home for. Handicapped
Children, did an impromptu ap,
peaiance at a boy.scout award
milking ceremony being directed
by Father Yves Ph. Lafontant
(Grdhpe Capois ;a Mort No. .9
Scouts.d'.Haiti), and made a joun-
ner -.to 'Dr LariiMer, Mellon's
S6bwqitzer Hospital at DIscha-
,peles where ker sang with the
children. .'
Mr Meyer made an interview
and' tape recording for a local
-radio.station, 'and also appeared
in an.interview and demonstra-
tionrof his world-fghed "Sonrgo-
.bates", 'technique over Tele-Hai-
'ti.,iV. Because the station had
iat4j t'dpromide a studio au-
dience.tor .the song leader to
work with;6 h hurried-outSide to
pick 'ip any passing 'children
a4 id tuaced..with-a boy scodt,
and, three smaller school boys
.who. became -hiLs "working, au-
die ": `'eliee .have '-beenl va-
-rins' eprts o parents of
children tat '-youngsters who
*.wt6ed'tliei'unrehearsed televi-
:ivn- shows h'!time sang a-rng,
imitating-the song leader's many
humo6rous gyrations.'
''My biggest impression oif.Haiti'
is .,'tbMt t -ares. iuch, .fed .o
hnrmprvemet a iahead1 1wiTCb ,the
government c-. :help to better
liviog,' onditorns fo 'thd 'many
who' .are now 'homeless," .com-




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mented Mr Meyer. "Much can the stranger. I have noted that
be done to fix up the streets and haitians sing naturally and ex-
roads, as well as tackle the pro- ceptionally well. There is nwusic
blems of telephone commimica- and rhythm in the smallest tot
ions, electricity power, and the to the grown adult. And I have
outmoded customs conditions, found that people who can laugh
Yet ('m attracted to the beau- and sing easily, and dance with
tiful parkways centered around easy grace, are usually friendly
the most impressive palace, and and peace-loving. When we laugh
to the good nature of the avera- and sing and enjoy good-fellow-
ge Haitian. There is usually a ship, how can we hold hatred in ;
smile and a nod of welcome for our hearts?".


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:'PAGE, 12


( H A T T U '


SAS BEFORE IN SANTO DOMINGO / LETTEf

(Continued tron
Still another battle has been fought and won by the rabiity.and their
': democratic forces in the Dominican Republic, but the port au Prince an
struggle is far from ended. The attempt by General neral. Then bar 'f
( ,Rodrguez Echavarria to .*et up a reactionary, military area. only those v
Dictatorship with the aid of the old-time Trujillo oligar- licenses with
fees and an und
- chical elements has failed. fees and an und
.'The outcome should not be minimized. We are seeing hat they buswi an
Sa struggh:l that is historic in the sense of representing rince Ihave a right
Sthe new forces and new attitudes in Latin America. ponsibil ty- to ge
It is truly encouraging to think that the Dominican the situation,- to sei
People can rise, after thirty years of the worst sort of vernment or some'
Vftyranny, and fight -and in some cases die-- for free. latory agency do
Adom..Almost al students of Latin-American affairs a--ot jt Ia hrd
;wrotr off the Dominicans during the Trujillo era as ver goback' t Port
a'spineless and cowed people with no worthy leaders. That means loss to
&.How wrong that judgment was! US dollars that c
The United States anid the rest of Latin America city in exchange f
'0it fs c it. The'Dominican Republic jis.i'the.tliroes. native handicraft
i ,f 'a revolution. This does not at all. min. it1need go merchandise.
~"tie way of Cuba. Oni the contrary, there is'every hope You have a beaut
i'that if the United States continues to play its cards lots of possibilities
is elynd. if thi rest of Latin America' Will help, the time when Nassai
Do mi epubflc wil -make the transition from die- Jamaica, the Virgir
ltatorship to democracy with no, more than the expected even Europe, are n
play for tourists wil
c eifflcuJties. and other "hard"
,,l... 1
The Kennedy Administration handled this latest eri--
1ils wel.-It condemned the military grab for power and
moved Ito take sanctions tha4 were legitimate and ef- Le (
eotive. It is still, early in the game; but it should be Le
Jloted tlht the Administration is striking out on a new
sith.l.for the United Statfs in its relations with Latin
Aenrica. The positive measures taken to encourage
)democracy in the Dominuan Republic are without pre- PR!E
_cedent. In this respect, also,. the ..Dominican crisis is
making hemispheric, history. ( Y
I.A (New York Times) i

HAITI'S H

iTOREWORD TO PRESIDENT DUVALIER'S
JANUARY'. 2.' SPEECH
f:.. MADEEINEE M
| As in his preceding Addresses, on January 2, 1962,
2on the occasion of Founding Father' Day, His Excel-
Iency the President, of'the Republic. Honorable Doctor
.Francois Duvalier spoke to the Haitian Nation the
plain language of truth. Plainly and.unfalteringly, the
IFirst Citizen of the, Republic laid bare the Haitfan dra- Cho
~..ma. A drama' born of the lack of understanding of
.which for 158 years our country has always been a Lvin
victim. A drama grown deeper by the absence of conti-

i nen tal solidarity; whoever, unceasingly trumpeted G
r abroad by international clerks,:but whieh on the prac- Dinner
ticalal field is akin to the highways of Hades.
i'. With a solidarity involving the repression of their
pride; aini.-nd ielfespct; -'tli Haitiun' People has
i .nothing to do. This accounts for the fact that -in the
Present predicament-- enlightened by the lessons 'of
t its past, the-Haitian Nation in eagerness answered the
Oclof its ief and took the aggressive determination
-:to save its own self.- i HA
'. It is the.text of the President's Address "A New De- 1)
claration of Independence'. to quote the publicist Ge- 2)
.i. rard de Catalogne, which is published in the following SI
i:. pages under the title of: PEACE AND BREAD FOR
SSURVIVAL. "

SPEACE AND BREAD this is what the -Haitian
... People needs. PEACE \ND BREAD and not "PRO-
: MISES" and "SMILES". .
S"In the alternative of the destinies of survival or of
i. suicide", the Haitian People, under the aegis of PEACE,
Swill knead this BREAD, for together with its Leader S
:. It has chosen: SURVIVAL. S
(Distributed by Service of Iilorrhation and Documentation)
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R TO EDITOR (Cont'd)


W pake 5)
knowledge of
d Haiti. in ge-
rom the dock
vho have the
standardized
lerstanding of
S will not do.-
Sof Port au
t -and a res-,
t mad about
e that the go-
proper regu-
es something
many people'
say, "I'll n-
t au Prince."
if good, hard
omes to fthe
or the goods,
and general

iful city with
s and at. a
u, Bermuda,
I Islands and
making a big
th US dollars
currency to


spend, If seems downright silly
to let a handful of "punks" spoil
the.attractioei of Port au Prince.
I am, sending this letter also,
via carbon copy, to the editor
of Le Nouvelliste; t6 Mr Roger
Sassine, agent' for the Eastern
Steamship Co., and to the Ame-
rican consul in Port au Prince.
You know there is more than a
strong possibility that if tour-
ists brought in by steamers such
as Evangeline hear much about
the situation in Port au Prince
thatfthese lines may be compel-
led to eliminate Port au Prince
from their ports of call and
that could be financially serious
to the economy of the Republic.
If you find space in your paper
for this'letter, would you be
kind enough to mail me a clip-
ping? I assure you, this letter is
writtenn in a spirit of helpfulness.
You know Florida is largely de-
pendent on tourists and outside
dollars this wvould not be to-
lerated in this statr tor one mi-
nut .. ..
ordially yours,
Jack GURNETT.


3rand -otel

)loffson
SENTS EVERY MONDAY


boche Creole

IT SHOW OF THE SEASON!!!

Featuring '

AROE .

TI PARIS

.ANDRE QERMAIN

reographed and staged by

ialWilliams Yarborough

general Admission: $2.00
and Show: $5.00 per person
mer Time 7:30 9:30 P.M.


Sunday Janliat-y 28th, 1962

NOTES FROM
FIRESTONE
The newcomer to Haiti has to
make adjustments, but thfs is
true any place you go. A friend
of ours just got back from Christ-'
mas vacation in New England
and he was telling us' about thea
time he was detained by a bliz-'
zard in a small town in Maine.,
Anxious to get word back to
his family, he telephone.
ed the local telegraph office and
asked "Can I send a telegram-'
to New York?" The answer
came back calmly: "Yep, you
can Send it allright". Then after
a pause "But it won't get there.
The wires is down".
If vehicle manufacturers all
over the world keep on specify-
ing different sizes ahd types of
tires, we're going to: have to
install rubber walls in our two
big Firestone warehouses to hold
the bulging stocks we must ;keep
on hand to be sure you get the:
tire you want when you ask for
it. We added then up the other
day and among tubed and tube-
less, black-wall and whitewall,
rayon and nylon, bicycle, farm,
automobile, truck, motorcycle,
industrial, earthmover, aircraft .
etc. in sizes ranging from 4 inch-
es to 38 inches in diameter,' wi
have 246 different types- of tires
in Port/au Prince and the inter-.,
ior. To say nothing,of tubes.
As space pernrits and if we'
receive the facts far enough in .
advance, we shall be happy to
include club notices, of special i
events of general public interest'
whenever we schedule a "Notes
from Firestone" column. With-
out charge to, your group, of
course!
A carload of gleaming Phiico
refrigerators and freezers is'on
the way to your Firestone. store
to fill out our complete range of
Philco quality' appliances. 'A
Philco-Bendix automatic ~ash-a
ing machine would be a wonder-
ful Valentine gift for the girl you
married. Our own service mana-"
ger, Antoine Millet and-his crew
of three technicians will see to
it that your appliance is proper-
ly installed and serviced to your
c6i~iplete satisfaction.
You can get a .Detecto bath-
room ,scale at your Firestone
Store too. Best plate to install
it is in front of your Philco re-
frigerator.


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1''A I T ICS
DECREE ON INDEPENDENCE HERE.... r cmnnanding the American Ex-
TA' E'CP "~ I16S ..., .,.-" .port"9' luxit lnr SS'IN,_ 4,.i
STATI S. EPENSES: CONTROL h o r. "Sf1 liner S 'I !
S'n in ed ,fIm paIge,1) M Bull has been identified DEPENIENCE here on her.
The decree in question states for constructions, or any other aboard ship in each port of call with the shipping industry since maden .voyage to Caribbean
in its first article: "No expense expenses 'supposing a previous on tie cruise .which begap in 1909. e' has hed high .executive '
may 'A uthorized and edtaged,, evalu tion nq cst, the.eg imtiop Ne' rr Janai ry 8th positions with Maory Transport ..- ,,
if'. is bt fbieen in ~heU- ibid shall be. attached, IEor- .arpt Lines,' Baitimore-Obc c Steam- native of Vrga.
GET.'f the Re'.pblic by a law ide,, the requisition (ForFm u107) N.i &Q n -o B R.Ia e ship manyn; *~9~ R orit-e- dingab.:,:: Su __CCo '
or decreee.' sha be attached and, the, p Sugar Mi york Steamsip Comtpany.- Z"ast. 'iter -been ,..
St 2. htates:- ,Any expense leases halll b rimale- forcedlMb The Sugar Factory; of Larue,: n Steamship Lines and Water- te compa ce 12 He .
we e ihg engage d small sve.throgh the $eImprimerin d I'E- ., thp noYern Quartier-Mfrn'l i Steanishi) Corpbration. omnded a numbe of,
tohe bliieuh 4 s d ,. arid passenger vesses, invluu
t e -atorze according td tat." .. lai,'will 4 esurne'its operation e. 4 on SS.
t fori 'usd by ,ie upeor the services. f the. State 'h few wee nder .a new For, seven years, ending 1950 -e e _
ic6us' f Ac o ts,:aqd ,it is .fg- .excpt those pSf he. ro es. ow We h. pdov full confirm- he eqtablishebi- and -served as c asteg. o, t" Exc i
biddeS.to" th. Se. i es of hal have, to tget..gaifro, r the ato of that eaianit nes' \vhen ed of the 5epar et of .Ship .uiin w ar S Eva
State to 'receive gos by anti- "DPirecni Generale des..taTr a poamineat pe s9nality of management, U.S, Merchant Ma- gie e n e er S
cipt. that b t- d emis- pos' d have:. their pritin" to pi it to o t fices Academy; igs Point gi N, rin e lguhe
.s.ii.j 1 tat.- .- *. e assortedd th. the1 i o resight, sou judgment.i."
s arl ui1o asjco inad1 by 1Imprizerib,. c .-' M al "for s exp t sbigihendli
.. i;:'- -" -' -".' ,, ..'. ', ;' "-' "' I .i e.h.." W owner" are 'M Hlos- "ita. Sea Trans portato seci-. e.cabln I leadership under ffi "' ..",
: ...nr -ApPepn 'Rmond ce for i years as C.ommeral..
.r eh C rl A ste Hat. Ne w ". o ... i" .d '
- a.p!.h..ebH.4 u M ,ei.i-ype ., -l hi week told lao6e. an,!ilnmpt. n$dr.,to...gNtu .Today A' prolific author -.of shipplbg .- :.
o d c ..i .,ni. t-Sap. irojeot t be .andWik&,ii .i-P! Wf the mnemr- bartiies. for, vhrioiAuspub ati S enegal TO Hait.-
o the Bos de Mei I letyi o .L o*udQtP&4rtige former by Mr. Bull also-lectured' on .Steam- .- ,r
Sneixity tht ewhao t 0 a g : sgr Operation' an'd* Steaipnsl p The President 'of Senega."
.. '. ..vi..T't"'" '" ol"ibs'b.ilt tieNat.viSi tI ; d;.L -Traffic at th1.Schbo] of 'Foreigri p. .d .Senghor i s desigat&4
i-he inh:abitae it ofi-thIe' mad BS; Itarrafile rqs Ser-te, Geirgetown University Exc'lency.' 'Mr i.O ai'.'O
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;* -, } # c.n.""t7. p, odel id---eWti- iaie nH gaj est'lecturer in theOcean Tr.ni- The ''new ,Aibakadsad;'"a*
f .Tho a n" d t- i. improve. lidt i ter t. wder portao Institute, Jrne*.can Thel d moniig and w
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20 and 550 percent slashed off famous brand watches at La Belle
iCreole this eek make fojhe best bargains west of Zurich... La
Belle Creole also has some' greaf =discount buys in perfumes and
toilet waterman cashmeree. Visiting Haiti on a tour of several
SAnericaAl countries is Emil Sip correspondent of Rude Pravo
a:the UpltedNatious.. Mr .Sip's newspaper is the leading daily of
au, the Capital of Czechoslovakia. with more than a million in
u]ation, lie whs the paper's correspondent. in Rlissian for 4
dars -and China lAeople's. Republic for 1 year... A.P. Photogra-
pr Jim Bourdier stopped off in Haiti-for three-daMsenroute home
liibase i'New, Orleans after, covering the Donrinican Republic...
Another. news gathering visitor, t6 Hait this week was Al Burt
iothe "Miami Herald' who accompanied Ambassadbr Thurston dn
is tour of the Artibonite ..Wednesday... -
t'..ecord;for St. aIar~e recentlyy was the loading of 140 tons oi
t ,"ier in five houts aboard ,a Fblrida-bound dhip, from cold.
rage at St. Marc.... Spanish Anmbassador Rives and Monseigneur
of the Papal Nunclo:-eft for a fortnight in Santo Domingo
ie .-weekend before Mr Uhav~arria's, attempted coup... Janos De-
iej,;t flungarah-bo~ difdtpor.f -the Inptitute of Agriculture and'
fii erle moved into residence at Montagne Noire. last weebc...
ii.aul 'e.. .lvarerhed f'the ,A..iane, for .Progress planning
who., i to jo.Washingto ater, tthe New Year with; hi four
glhters, ,yie and miaid has returned after a. fortnight delay...
O60dy seems -top lk0vf ..'gl iity-i 'o. the- pretty Frencli actress.
J acconpdr e d.o t raM ash g e from 1phe
e pn.twlve inett e haEbo lt week Sel-
I..eRedm xpects.to s the .ecod. week of ebr ra.y in Port
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er l. tt ete of ''yo.e al ae d'Altigrace"
t Ig'sa th the R..P.;Des-
ee h::f '.f o *nft o~ga4 of ',the "Oblats de
;e ,.lo.i"p ,p:! tP ~ie: was welcoMed at -Bowen
UXta 3 andse several t.ian and foreign re-
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Upon arrivill here las kSunday frm. an engagement at the San
S&teontinental' popular Singing Star Franke Laine and wife,
"4fer'a'tress Nan Fre' are.welcomed.'by Jean Theard of Maison
-Martin who squuited them around dur.ig their stay.
'The aes sampled abut every faucet of Haitian Life and took,
aeut to, read a message in Fiench to fans over Tele-Haiti.
nestat Hotel El Rancho the Laines have announced their inten-
;.4of returnig in May with an orchestra to put on a One night
6hritySir 8 1- funds will go to the building of a jet airport.
'Wednesday evening Frankie and Nan were honored with a cock-
IllMrty, at Claude and Helen Martins.
:: :-,Aeh* hneing reservations to Jamaica midweek to permit a
ogr' stay they arm due to fly home: to California today.
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Sugar-Quotas For

Foreign Countries Will

No Longer Be Duty-free

..In The United States


'It is reported from Wasying-
ton that the exeottive, depart-
ments of the Government there
have prepared legislation to the
effect that quotas for.sugar en-
tering the United States will ,no
longer be free from custo1s-
taxes; It is felt that countries
receinpg ,the tax-free privilege,
such as India; Mexico and others
have not appreciated' the indiLr-
ect value of the subsidy. For in-'
stance Cuba, formerly with a
duty-free quota o. more than ~
million tons of sugar had .a sub-
sidy,of-2 to 3 cents per pound
eciial to $40 to $60 per ton. The
3-million-tCon q u ot at of C u b.a
amourited then to ani anual sub-
sidy 'of 60 to..90 rillido dolldis;
yet Castro ,and his fellow seift-
elected leaders had little appre
ci'atior' of the subsidy, ndr has
India nor Mexico.
The legislation is expected to
be approved by the U.St Cdn-
gress with little or nor ,oposi-
tion. Last year's 'sugar-quota .or
aaiti..amounted, to 45,000 tons,
which if filled amounted to- a
subsidy : of ore than one-million
1ars.,: Subsequently. dty-free
sugar-quotas. may again -be. ne-
gociated "tbut with reciroial
grapts'\of trade-advahtages.



.. .'
NEWS. IN BRIEF::
*During the week thUnited
States and, the six-member .u-
.ropean Economic Union' (Hdllr
and, Belgium, Luxemburg, Fran
ce. Italy arid West Germany)
sighed an agreement which \ovd-
ered cust.o im -taxes' mutually
mostly on Industrial ite ms.
There- were also however, some
agrdemnnts on agricultural items
mutually advantageous to both
entities. The agreement was a
notable' success 'for the adlminis-
tration -.of President Kennedy
arid the Economic Union Presi-
dent" Kennedy is requesting au-
thority from the 'Amtencan Con-
grtss to still further lessen cusf-
oms-taxes in order to negdciate
still' further reciprocal tariff re-
ductions with the E'EE.U.


Have you noticed the shiny
new Scout automobiles in the
traffic recently purchased by
the' Haitian Government. They
are similar in style and, usage,
to. the Jeeps ,of World-War de-
veylopment, and! of Japanese
Manufacture.


With the formation pf the new
Governing Council in Santo Do-
mingo, the Wahhingtont Govern-
ment has granted $25,000,000 to
re-establish 'its monetary stabili-
ty. A further grint of $20,000,000
is reported ready to :aid Mcono-
mic recovery following the lift-
ing of OAS sanctions.
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Sunday Jarldfary 28th, .962'4
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GEORGE KENN. MANAGING
GARIBE-HAITI HOTEL


Two months ago, a group of and"assuging him of their sup-
American businessmen. came to port in hit new position.. :.
Port au Prince, looking for a .
hotel t6b ent or'purchase. After After a surey of .the tourist
surveying the field.and meeting situation in' Haiti and its tre-
.with hotelowners, their choice mendous possibilities, he te.ld 'me
fell on Caribe-Haiti Hotel, on 'his hope in the future of that in-
Martissant poad,.: which some dustry. He confirmeFd all. I. be-.
months' before -was entirely re- fore knew about..the changes .q.i
*modeled and refurbished by 'a the Caribe-Haiti 'Hotel, paid a.
grouP) .of Canadian capitalists sincere homage. to the friendly
presided over ,by Mr John''B; cooperation; give.t to. him by the
Lome. Following talks .with the former manager Geriird Frech t-r'
later, a lease -was signed direct- te who will leave at. thd end.sot.'
ly between them and thq .ew this mo and to all peolte 'in.
group. -' Haiti and abroad .who cpngrat-
ulafted"him.'': :,,
STheir'nesxt.search was (for a "TIrough th ums
manager. The President of the SUN," said Kenn,'(I wish'.to ex-
group Jack Salomond went to see press ,my sincere thanks to Miy
,Gorge' Knn who had been run- many friends who are rejoicing
ning. .'."istillerie 'Prince", a fa- tosee.me again in the Hotel '~is:'
mily enterpise; since the Mon- iness. -' I.wuld 'like to tell tie
tara Hotel ,he,'managed a year oth6r people. now, ii *the. tourist.
ago, chatngd owners. Mr ,Kenn business that I -will. wok. to! ir'
wao palled, upon to retire to the prove tourist industry and I am.,
hotekbusiress,: being highly re- decided to cool erate with them.
commended 'to the new group by' all. To reach this objective, io-' ;
.travel officials, in... the United petition- is. nonsnsical i't'"th:tf s'
States. And thisis how, one day time, cooper on'is the only. pro
this .wek, I had the agreeable fitable attitude"... :'
surprise to meet hi'mm t the'desk ;
of. Caribe-H-aiti Hotel. "
:Like a fish in. water; .George -.. CARIBBE .m i ,ANi
Kenn is at'home .in a'.hotel,,he TIONQ ONTE N.p ; ;
lkk~ 'the workia id hias vast ex- :. .. -
peiience' to 'draw fh. Wheq ,UNITED NATIONS (AP)-The
I contacted him,f-he was reading 'rUnited Nations 'announced the
a lot 6 lett o e just received opening yese of o-
from .'Avieti;an-, -xpress, -Airt nation' center at iPort of .Spain.
Marine Travel; Ask *Mr Forster,' Trihidad, to,serve the' Ca.bbeian
.Empress Travel,' Service and are. James Keen,"1Brito' il11l'
other iniportaf1TavTvel Agencies serve..as. directi.;l is als 're-'
mi U.S. ianti Canada -- all cop- gional representative of. theU.N.
gratulatiig him fdr having, re- technical assistance board in he
sumed Ms'ativity 'in tourism area., .





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"Oniolis of first quality areiavailable at the

sales, counter of ODVA at the c&aier of .Rue

des Cesare 'rid Rue du Centre, at the'ollown. 'g

ptrces:


S lOlb01s.-Bags 15 Gourdes

S501bs,.-Bags 15 Gourdes .

Who sale orders will be filled on the basis

of Gourdes: 2.75 per 101bs.,bags (Minimum

A0 bags) and Gourdes: 14 per 50lbs. (Minim-

jum r 0 bags.)
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undiy January 28th, 1962 '* I A-I T I St

fffT T T l Scholship Granted T
lConstant Daquin
Off the Telediol lScj1
Mr Constant' Daquin, found
' and Manager of "Centre Cull
S \ rel d'Espagnol ANDRES EL(
--Aint Jemima and the Grace. Line have gotten together adver- g; 0 aWen w
a 13-day Caribbean Cruise for two in a newspaper contest, peda. a .ls .by the
s calieb Aunt Jemima's Cahbbebn Sail-Away Contest but' .i:.le W iteii 'one year
Amazing thing is that the ad pictures four ,ways of serving Cbr" ba,:.ere he w
takes, and one is, called. Haitian :Htcaked... looks like they're PIustic a
ered, with a fruit'sauce. Some Madison Ave. joker die i f'olombia
t one up. -From the'new nmnthod 'of "chilling" the huni u : '
to' a -point of suspended animation, scientists are sure. tq; y,. btenbh pi By fly.at tl
t n.in to .space by fi-eezing him-first. Now .1 know I donti i d he Ce
t,td.;.go.to the moon! -Ronnie Kahn was on 'a.martini.~ icF. $ i L ofiP r the sp
t week, but when they started to, kick back, he quit. Smat im i dD
yy;.. :noh ils, no runs, no'errors, and ndobet! -Sister Joan's jeep ;" i:. ..
t iW 0o the Rendez-Vous door one day. last week,I an hat".'
yo0uCi, jumped out? 'A group pflourists from Cleland .
i d.'ved that morning .by-cruisshlip! Whahs the'st6ry? '-Bs1 i tg
hitel in town is the Park... only one room vacant last eek
t'iliw' which one it was, ii a Carnival band. passed- s
o ... ... . .. .... ., t pI ress a
t't nid-aite .last' u ~idaw ; Don't .t.ey ever get tiredl t-'oirtage
r onz neetuncied thed oP ieUi of the, Desert Que" se
de Vos ~dnday last. --.iqa, 't, .Coast Guard. .iii a .
Mat ~th' new bay soundings thbse days, in case you fshenne .as'eks, in Petfo
interested. -I vas told -that the last issue of the N. Y. Times ville several houses hve no
i. . -, ter ,at dll, at the Cites St. Ma
this ,eek to reach Haiti was the Jan. 23rd. The reports of ti just"a few daops appearS
er in the week from P-del-E must have been hot. -Is anybody some days in the faucets.
und town importing that new product called Pan-Magic-a do- .
ourself version of the non-stick frying pan? Ads say that with We have beet told that tl
se onds o aying and about 4 minutes of ba the problem is now under study a
se ds of praying and about 4 minutes f ba the eating that the SCRTCH is planning-ti
the' ovdiih the pan is readSr for cooking without any fats or rebuilding of water system If
ase. I'd like to try it. -When Frankie Laine called Dan Allen's Port au Prince and' Pptionvil
,dez-Vous the "Lindy's of Haiti", Dan replied, "Wrong. This and the suburbs. The works w
be performed 'b technicians'
Haiti's Howard Johnsons-with alcohol". The Lainesg were en- be pr 'b ytechni.ians
.. ,- Hydrailie -Services.'.
Waind' 6n, Wednesday -evening at the Claude Martin home by
and'iFitz Debrosse... Frankie Works for Miller's High-Life We have no information wh
r..:. t Mrs Laine. drinks her- beer out of a green bottle! -Ale- the works is to begin.
da Evans 'sed-a bad case of the Fliu s an excuse to cbhie
c to:Haiti and the double-or-nothing routine. How's the betting? IT. AIRPORT
Newest advertising stunt to bcople popi4ar in the U.S. is using-
irlybirds to -hover ovbr ballparks and highly populated areas. (Continued rom page 1)
Lat ever happened to- sky writing? -Speaking of how much ad-
,tising pays, hear' this: 10 years ago nobody ever heard of a January 16th read-as. follows:
I..-.pray ..r rmlady's. crownifig glory. .The gals spent $110 mil- Art. .--The Government
-the Republic- is 'authorized 1
for it st year!. We're all in the wrong business, or else we build International Jet Ai
t have the right ad agency. --Cruise ship business to the Car- port in the outskirts of Port a
,eari.has more than 'dubled in the past five years with the Prnce at "Mais Gate", accord
erica and United. States having lieen converted from their reg- ing to the norms prescribed 4.
New York-to-Europe runs for. five Caribbean cruises, and the International Organization fi
entina and 'Bazil of Moore-leCormack Lines being diverted Civil Aviation. (OACI).
m their nors.l'South American. run itor six such cruises. Next A -Funds coming fro
nter's busing' is. expected to.:b even greater. -WhaSt.ever the. 'ional effort particular
Ippened to th man who missed the sailing df' his. cruise ship will', be invested in this constru
ne Evangeline) last Wedriesday and was 'so reluctant tto hand tion.
Itself over to the police to solve his' problem? --Iter report on '
N.. Times. thp Jan. 24th edition arrived. Late, late report Art. ,.-All the 'measures n
Sfollow (in case you don't know.anyhow). -A tew awe-stricken cessary to the financig of tl
S '..I enterprise, to the creation oifo
4ple finally woke up to the fact that"Doc Hayward'a highly, tout- gteizations, of construction ao
white convertible with the black top had mud grips and. a -hep ministration, will be taken a'
ve. A Jeep! What else? -Topical joke of the week: one Haitian. cording to the laws governor
Asked the other, what's the news about Pont 1'Ester? Answer.' the matter.
Answer-..' MR
don't know. I haven't been there for a long time. Why? Why. s o
eis where they're having all the meetings!... Post l'Esfer'is tenatiaon i i port of Port
ery fine market town in the Artibonite. What's in a name? Prince will begin on Februar
tell'me. -Just about everybody in town got an eyeful of Dan 1st, 1962, under the supervlsic
at Bacoulou Wednesday nite charge comme I'Armee Po- of a technical commission in tl
se! It couldn't have happened to a nicer guy., Never under- midst of which will seat repre
teathe power of a red dress! -What two adults (male) were sentatives. qualified technician
of the- International Org.nizatio
in the Iron Market buying a hunk of Bois Cochon--and offer- u Civil t national OrAg ato,
to split it? -And for all of you who haven't yet been able to others.
down to aE New Yearls resolution, how about this: it's up
u in '62?... Who, ME?' 2)-A decree "repealing the
decree dated November 6, 1961
KAY MAJOR creating an organization of fin
--- -----.. -.--. MAJO ance and of construction of
SInternational Airport."
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tu- This week almost all business- works hot only underway at Du- ;
OY men of Cap Haitien paid'a visit valiervillp but also to be inau-'
'as to the Offipe .of the "Mouvement gurated in some points of the;
0. de -Renovation Nationale" to Republic, among others at Ra-'.:
at meet the leaders of the .MRN boteau, Gonaives and La Fog.-,.
ill concerning the financing of the sette, Cap Haitien.
nd In connexion with this project':
at Engineer Roger 'Beauvoir of TE-M.I
CHINT went to the Artibonitd..'
ANNIVERSARY* OF and the North Wednesday.
he HAITI JOURNAL ",--
SEEKING POSITION;
r: On Friday January 19th our ;'
S colleague HAITI JOURNAL ce- 'Man wel acquainted with too-.
-,l ebrated the 32nd anniversary rist problem seeks position In: .
of its foundation by the late Pre- Hotel or Travel'Service. Can be;'.
S sident Stenio Vincent. employed as asslstant-Managet i
or Social Attache to enterta.;in
On this occasion we wish to tourists and take them to exc.r-' !,
Join the other colleagues to pre- sion.
. sent to the team of Haiti Jour- '
nal our congratulations and our Good experienoo and exceilpt '
of best wishes of perennity. reference. Apply to aiti Sdn. T 'i
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''HAITI SUN''


Sunday. January 28th, .
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S HAITI IN

b-i continuedd from page il),
thrI Delegations of more imports
~a.t Latin-American .Republics
.uich as: Brazil, Chile, -Ee&ador,
,4,Mexibo, Uruguay, al-of whQwr
:,' not inclined to punish CubA.
i~Antina plays the role of ,W
.dlator, by trying to conciliate
ihe "hards" and te irreduetible
'i- thie notion oL sanctions. The
iS. Se~bt~tary of lSte Hbd ra-
EIter talks with. 'his colleague;
%* i Bazi.f; OUrnuguay, tcuador,
el e;' parsorial guests of the
siderit 6f Uridiiay, with the
Pu"l6t'of, firidilng out'a basic
ai melAi eit dven bi~ore the opn-
I b-'tre Meetii..
lngs were .going on- in tlat
iayw4henr the important. decla-
i s -D lee'gtilon
gasid citW:c fY:. w et' ile.intied
I:pne of ior ~ atist- editorlals
ha.isurprises could .te.. register
l'' a amongst 'ih 'thi-irtin"


LIME-LIGHT


ttide, noW opposed' to any kind
pf sanctions against Cuba.".
SAccording to another AFP, ca-
bl6 the ..day of yesterday was
marked by intensified diplom-
atic activity, which, it seems,
didn't clear up the panorama of
the Cofetrthce. P'T lp 6eC t
embbaaswhnent prevails .ip the'
lobbies where reen-robi 'tfaks
are mostly contradictory.
', The cable adds: The fallIng off
of Haiti from the side on sup-
porters of the "hard line" con-
trib6tes to increase the 'confu-
'dn'i" Yesterday at night the po-
sitiqn were as follow.
. Partisans of sanctions:' Vene-
zuela, Peru, OSA, Panama. Pa-
ragiay, aid Cenfral ..American
Republics 12 countries).
* Opponet& 'to sanctions: Mexi-
co,, Brazil, Haiti. Chile, Ecuador.
SArntina inclined rather' in
'the sed~ r group, is trying to
.'oncflte the different .oi
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The group is 'composed of R cords, their ,first r-cor4n teG, p'stios of t. my. Heati%~D
ypung musicAnsz.who havee been be released shortly. ille~ e DavisT. o
playing together priarialy .M Composing the' Seftt are oIus Mok: Charlie 'k ke '
the Chicago. area qince 1958,. Patfi Winter,= Sax Altor bicfk ry' .Mdmgan, 'irny;W o
wheh .they. drgaind' .on the Whilsel, trumpet; :Les Rout, .b, and ri yoe d..er-s,;.: :' ;
N'ithwestern Untirsity camp- ritope. saxophone.; WarrIqn r- ... ,; -
- us. They won first place lst-I dtum; and ic ar E a ,-Speaing: 'of '1te, .fir.
yiaf, amdng-.00. enttrats, as the bass:. -; h is fr In s Latin :,t ecai
'bst collegee jazz gpoup at the Simildr 'to most top j=z 'or- Ioid"pu i ntdr nqe at
Geigetown IriteI--Cil egi te Jazz chestras the- Paul *inter 'Seitet wet has also a ted;to 'ic(
Festival. /' repertoire vanr4 yet c rn- eet a te igns '
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ch of Dunallervlae, dedicated to NotIreDbaNe dn Mont-Car-
The i~w leading-Cpnmmittee of "bnilatitde Haasco et
Sis forced, as follow: Gera' E. 'Lorquet, President; Morel
uban, Vice- President; G4li1 Deon, Assistant-Secretary; Mbx
l- Teaspurer; ne Qge. Manor Paul, Gener Prep.tit,
S d, Betchley Pierre- .his, Conseillors... Port.i Prinj.
toad is in the g&d eqdltibn announces .IA &tin" in
2&~4 2.ition. Mor4 than four teams of workers are.
Wg ay. londay at noon.' Dr Attele Jaseh, ir Luclen:
e and Dr C. Mode, reipgtjvely Secretary. of tate. Sub-Sec-
Arettry of State and GeidiL Director at Health Department, recelv-
,.d the lviit ifDP, Gerard' Philippe'-har"ir ex-intern olf Paris Hos-
.- tals. Dr Charller presented as gift' his graduation 'hesis Wok '
,:il.enUiled: "'Ies Vaicdl Gst rtumd ehe' .l'Aflulte" to the i Mseum
'f. t0lIe* epartment... From January lt 1962, 1'USOM ,(United Slatec
'1Op pdaSio Mission) .has Changed of denomination 'and become FOAD A. MOURRA
i (United States Agency for International Developmenrt). Mr Exclusive Agent:
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