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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00106


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Weekly

Every
Sunday


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S PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avenue Marie-Jeanne CITE DUMAR AIS ESTIME Phone


2061 Vol XX Sunday RAPtl' 29th, 1862 --N


.Suriival


24 SOCIAL WORiER
FNEW 2-YEA

Madame Duvalier
To Promotion Be

Twent_-fViur social wor-
k ers of'the" "Shnone Duva-
, Her" promotion 1959-60,
thet first. to- graduate from
the two year old: National
School of Social Services
of H1i-/", Treitheir di-
plomas from 'Madfame Dr.
iranTois Ithva*l: r Thursh-
day evening at-a" ceremony
in the French Institute at-
tended by tfie Chief of
State.
Labor and Social Welfare Min-
ister Gasner A. Kersaint in his
speech noted that the school was
a Personal work of the President
of the Republic designed to raise
'the social 6etterrmient of the Hai-
tian People.


Roviag Around
Intai, -Rover


A young English couple,
Roger and Kate Starte, re-
cently decided to give up
t their quiet life and travel
the world in their Station
Wagon. The first stage of
their journey will take
them through Yugoslavia
"itao Greece. They agree
that while they are in Yu-
goslavia they will look for

douring.. the S ciM World
Whr by a British officer
liasing with the anti-Com-
munist Cetnik guerillas in
the ioutnains and forests
of East SRevia.
Last Deember a I aird-Rover
Station Wagown left the factory
en ioute to Western (erm-inyt to
p'ive a special det-norstration to
officials of the Ba-.utriain State
icing Co. The day after it ar-
I'i ed in Frankfurt, it completed
the final 250 miles tc Schwandor,
(Continued on page 14)


S' FIRST GRADUATES
R OLD SCHOOL

Presents Diplomas
aring Her Name.

United Nations' expertL John
Troniak, director of the- school
traced the history of the esta-
blishment and in congratulating
the students pointed out the im-
portance of their. task in assis-
ing their fellow people attain so-
cial conditibns.- .' -
Dr. Jacques Fourcand direct-
or General of the Institute of So-
cial Welfare addressed, a mess-
age to. the Social Workers and
Madame Duvalier herself a re-
gistered- nurse, handed out the
diplomas to the twenty-four gra-
duates.

The laureat of the class Melle.
Renee Telemaque presented a,
bouquet- of flower to Madame
Duvalier. in the name of her-col-


leagues.
Graduates are Yvette Adrien-
Basquiat, Emest Alabre, Jean-
Baptiste Augustin, Marie-Solan-
ges Douyon, Elsie .Brice-Desman-
gles, Jean Gamier, Francoise
Lormil, Jacqueline Grant-Ber-
n a r d, Antoine Felix-Germain,
(Continuedon page 2)
(Continued on page 2)


II
Nati Fo lklre-

Troupe .To.
Perform At
Sea For.
rFrench-

In a Televihion interview over
Tele-HaIfi Friday night Mr. Mar-
tin of the adlodftusion Televi-
sMon Francaiie dijdloed that
Haiti's'National -FaoldoTe TrouOe
.had been chooseir to participate
.n the celebration of the..cten-te
nial of the Oompagnie Generale
TransattHantilue this year.


"Survival in Dignity and Peace throughl...wo.i
the theme adopted by the Department of Labor at
appropriate fotr the celebration of .May Day thi
Labor Minister Gasser A..Kersaint and lU-" ei
sister Max A. Antoine are making every, effort 1
Labor Day into a memorable labor festival'.of t
cedented glory. -


Committees formed of workers,
employers and artisans will draw
out and put in evidence the i.ll
of the Haitian people -to "pro-
mote a- vast., movement of Na-
tional, Renovation of Economic'
Liberation in dignity anti pro-
gres'"'" state& the "NOUVETU
MONDE" this week.


The troupe will perform aboard -On the rniorrow of the historic
dath e Antillesf Martinique at message of the Chief of State on
a date as yet undisclosed and the occasion of the Day of the
the program will be transmitted Fathers, when our leaders took
live to FenIch audiences on the all the necessary steps for the
Continent. success ofOperation Survival', on
the eve of putting in execution'
Rotarians Donate the program of self-lWelp, which'
conditions the development and
Blood Bank success ol Alliance for Progress,
A group of members of the all of us must be filled with the
newly chartered Rotary Club of idea: Athat only work wa'n pull
Port au Prince made a .,mass us'out of our state of misery and
donation of blood to the Blood mediocrity," stated the Cap Hal-
Bank of the Sanitorium, under tian weekly. The National Festi-
the auspices..of Dr. Auguste-De- val of May 1st offers all an ex-
(Continhed on page 16) cellent opportunity to create an


Flower Festival May 2nd

Tourist Office Orga zing Rich Program


In organizing the annual
Fete des Fleurs, the Tour-
ist office this year if offer-
ing a particularly rich pro-
gram to include a parade
along Harry Truman Blvd
and sketches performed by
Haiti's top comedian Lao-
guichatte, the Lavinia Wil-
liams' ballet, singer ,bitz
Casiimir and a performance
by the National Folklore
troup.


Leading .fxorists and flower
farmers are participating in the
Flower festival that iN destined
to make Haiti more conscious of
its flora and at the same time
become an annual tourist attrac-
tion. -
Under the patronage of the
President of the Republic ard
Mrs Fi.'ancois Duvalier, the fet
ival will be officially opened al
the Beau Rivage Hotel at 8:15
a.m. May 2nd.


The grand parade will ledve
the Bay Front Hotel and proceed
(Continued on page 4)
I.= fi


LABOR DAY


The Official Program ol
LABOR DAY in Port au Prin-
ce and Damien appears on
page 2.


atmosphere of enthusia_
work. and conifiden ce
-- (Conthied o.n

SThe.E.

(From "Le Nouvef. Mona
The newspapers ,f
Haitien and all ,th
papers of the co i Ri_
reprinted th i-.i
appeared imn ,ou
der the title -"..
and relating that a l
unusual size h ad1
rfoitd at Haut 4d ug.
Sent- to Damien through
Cole, the egg has just .be.ej
tified by Mrs>-Doris Coeh.a
the division of Reptes'.aa
phibians of, the National't
of the United "States in: W..
ton, D.C., through X-rj
ures; and external, spelfiti
sent to her. Mrs Cro"chran
(Continued on.

Floating Lab-
To Gitmo
An .American medo
ship enroute. to ero
was saved Wednesdayt;'
United States Navy r.i
-operations from .seld
and irreparable damage
The MS Haiti. twenty.
from Jerermie, sprang a-:.;'W
leak Tuesday afternoon dul
heavy weather. TDespite hb
flooding she reached the Jeig
dock, but settled on 'he hot
there.
In response to a'- SOS,'i
from Jeremie by an Anieri
missionary U.S. Navy afdil.
sent from Port ani Prifide'-
Guantanamo Bay early Wia
day morning. --
(Continued on page"


U.K. INEGRO SETTLEMENT ESTABLISHED BY FREED U.S. SLAVES
7 A
SOcbioois rinds YThe CColS.
AVi the colony has remained- "praeh- arranged the settlement of'
unknown to the ohtsi.e

world, except for some govern- im a


An 138-year-old colony of 8,.00 riot far from the Haitian border rican N
English-speaking Negroes, des according to Norman Gall in the rendezv(
cendants of freed slaves.who mi- San Juan Satr. January
grated from the southern United to Rici
States, has been found on the A preliminary study of the "co- Hoetink,
isolated Semana Peninsula in the colors" settlement, established in bf Carib
east Dominican Republic. 1824 by educated Methodist, Amer In an


Sent officials and other ifinhabit- changing the "'sodal 'hyi
egroes a former pirate ants of the region. The Do my"of the Spash part
ous site, was made las can Republic is rich, virgin ter- aniola.
by a University of Puer- va. ..ic gin "ter- paniola. '
by a Univers, y o P ltory for social investigation."
o sociologist, Dr. Harr\ Hoetink said he and his prel
, for the UPR Institute Following the 1822 Haitian con- '25-year-old Dohinican wife vil
bbean Studies. quest of the Dominican Republ- ed the Semana community .
i interview, Hoetink said ic, President Jean Pierre Buyer (Continuedn on, .p.
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SUNDAY APRIL 29th,


Ii Joseph report


ranknk Pilgrim over from West Africa where he is correspond-
Set for the London-Observer at the Villa Creole this week brought
rinews that Poet, Playright Felix Morriseau-Leroy is heading the
National Theatre Movement in Ghana... Homer Page a freelance
photographer-here to do a story for medical magazine on-the float-
/. ing laboratory and anti-TB campaign off Jeremie solved his trans-
I^portation problerit by hitching a ride on the USSBough racing to
the aid of leaky MV HATI the second floating "hopital"... The
arrival of a Polish Commercial attache points up the extent ol
tier. textile trade with Haiti best buys on the ,market... American
doctor D.V.L. 'Brown flew in yesterday from the Presbyterian Chi-
cago hospital to work a month with Project Focus in Port de Paix...
'!:Di'. Brown accompanied by his blonde wife was welcomed by Dr.
-'-Georges Hudicourt a former pupil of his father..
C One of the most forthright provincial newspapers is "Petit Samndi
ir-W r of Port de Paix... The Dick Abbotts (PanAm district Sales
manager) are being given a round of farewell parties as they sel
tout. hientot. to pioneer the Virgin Islands... The third cinema to
L e~i on 1Main Street (Ave Jean-Jacques Dessalines) this year is
,adithe. Rivolil situated at the Portail St. Joseph end of the
Gran~ -Rut. The niew muvie house has natural 'air'onditioning and
ioteihon from the rain.. The Venezuelian Embassy looks splend-
ipew Green and wliite paint a.vi a hon pickrt fence. on Harny-
MEin Blvd. MAexlIo Eribassy is next for a nce-lifting... Himpco
.tinfia ng' a cattle fattening program soon... Barbancourt twist
i 'or pait of the_ great rhum's centennial celebrations is the
trage-t.,.,ome S f .the wedding taking place in town last night were:
toshwe Vital married Ronald Madsen at the Sacre Coccur in Tur-
gau..- Eldie Pierre-Louis daughter of Mr and Mrs Rossini Pierre-
ouis wed 'Pilipe Faubert in a civil ceremony held at the- Hotel
ia:a..."thislaine and Frantz Gardere,have a baby boy. Alei is
teir third son and fourth child... .ania and Gerard Auguste have
traned their first -son Richaid. They have two daughters'... Mr and
8elig Seligman,.first cousins of MaX-Seligman, are in town ion
.t.fsh6pping. spree. Strangely enough, they haven't seen Man in 10
ars .'Selig-asked AI Noustas where. he, could find the poorhouse
-enbihe ,finishes buying out La Belle Creole... Hildegard Niepel
V1. rid Selle, language students on a world tour, stopped in
ti last week to say hello to their friend, Ronnie Kahn... lMgr.
'gonor, Regent of the Archidiocese, feted Friday April 27th, his
dh:.anniversary... On April 24, at 1:35. Mr Adolfo Alarcon flew
-SA via R.D. he is the regional delegate for Latin Armerica'of
Oi Agent of ONU for Agriculture and alimentation... This
Sthe R. P. 'PapalIer, first Ambassador of Haiti to Ecuador.
,.byPAA". A $4,000 credit was granted for the furniture of the'
Stelbof'this diplomatic mission... Dr. Samane, regional Director
r World Health'Organization for the Caribbes, arrived on April
h.. Mr Jean Monies Lefranc, General Secretary of Education,
Aest .of the U. S.- State Department, flew to U. S... This week
gi'"ot an important lot of medicaments to the hospitable'estab-
ents of the countryT was made by the Albert Schweitzer's
pita1... Mme Fernande Balmir left for D. R. on special mission...
t week, Mr Hubert Carre, Ambassador of Haiti in Argentina
wed ,home on a brief leave with several Argentine Investors...
711Qutroza, 'Chilean Minister; S. Villanueva, Charge d'Affaires of
e D.R.; Mr H. F. Fernildn, Ambassador of Venezuela in Haiti
also in the country... From April 20th to 21st, the Centrale
,sslines of Cayes furnished 1,785 bags of Sugar of 200 pounds
ah The production at this date is 59,175 bags...






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.LOPING ENLARGEMENTS PRODUCTIONS
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Youthful Mayor For
Labor Day Official Duvalierville
SThis week Prefect Windso
Program Day preceded with the installa-
tion, in presence of the Deputy'
1-8:30 am.-Mass followed by LABOR DAY AT DAMIEN the 6th communal adminiscription of th
a solel4n Te Deum at the Basi- PROGRAM Duvalerile composed of M-
lique Notre-Dame. 1)-4pm-Arrival of His Excel- Pierre Jean-Baptiste, Andre Jus
2-9:30 anm.-Workers' Parade. lency, the President of the Re- tinville and Beauvoir Joseph. .
a) His Excellency the Presid- ,public; At. this ceremony, dynamic
ent of the Republic Madame Du- 2)-Speech by the Director of Deputy Luckner Cambronne tool
valier and their escort will mount the Division of Rural Deve- the stand and according to
the stand of the National Palace lopment; Matin" declared:
steps. They will be greeted by 3)-Presentation of decorations "I averealized dream dea
a committee of Employers and of the "Ordre du Merite Agri- to me, that of placing at thq
Workers. The .Chief of State will cole; head of this edlltyl young peoplee
receive the salute from the Pa- 4)-Visit May Day Exposition: like me, thirsty of ideal, having
lace Orchestra and a batallion 5)-Reception. only one aim: the happiness of
of the Presidential Guard. -- ---- the race and social promotion.
b) Dessalinlenne and fymn of Real Estate Agency At the Chamber recently, I pro-
Labo'ur. LOISEAU & Co. nounced strong words w he h c
c) Two young ladies will pre- have their resonance. You know,
sent to the Chief of State and to 15 Bourdon gentlemen, the strength of their
his distinguished wife the May Phone 2620 will. It can do everything when'
Day bouquet. Cable Address: AILOICO one does not freeze Into vellelt-.
d) His Excellency the Presid- t les and a, kind of volition. With
eut of the Republic, his wife and Renting of Houses, Apart- you, I think we can realize much.
,their escort will take their place ments, Bungalows, Camping 'My pet dream Io that of seplag

e) Workers dressed in their period. h#e first time I am attending ;an
work clothes carrying flags, ba- installation of ediles here.
tallion colors and large placards Sales information available "I do it because it is also the
will .parade to the rhythm of for sugar cane, cotton, fruit, first time that, I am a deputy,
'he Labor Hymn. sisal, etc., plantations and that a citizen of this community
3--Speech of -a Worker Repre- estates of various -types and has u'me to me with a program.
sentative sizes and in improved -and This citizen is -you: Pierre .In-
Speech of a Management Re- unimproved condition. Baptiste. I am. older than yon.
presentatire Commercial business such I shall lie at your side to be
Presidential Message. bars, restaurants, and hotels your lantern, You will face dan-
4-A Manager and a--Worker will bought and sold I gers, but I. shall lie with you In
receive the insigna of National I Joseph LOISEAU protect you.
Order of Labour. [- Manager "You will' face .- "apatrides".
Reading of the honor Ust of ..--- .......-J ambitions, ones, who thought that
persons to be decorated with the FIRST PROMOTION the gourde '1. re receive from the
National Order of Labor. 2 YEAR-OLD SCHOOL poor and the dollar from the
5-Depart of the President of (Continued from page 1) rich for tbp buOidli.of Duvaiier-
the.,Republie, Madame and their Jean Mallette,- Leon Jn-Baptiste, ville would be thrown in past-
escort. Marie-Denise Bayard, J u ci e.n ate, to anyone .oS,.'a illicit en-.
,Salute of a batallion of the Souvenir, Deslandes L e f r.( I .~ irling. It hauo pt b6bn that way,
Presidential Guard. Lourdes Sephane, .GhAlaine '.'" n&itr'wid nes.beW1
6-2:30 p.m.-Sportive and re- derique. Suze 'Mayer, Elsie C burwishes'ro~ 'Mil.ous admni-
creative 'plays at- Stade Sylvio bane, Myrlande Gourdain, Yo -iatF.io4 to 6. edile. ofA"
C a t o r. Cinema and popular letter Thony, Arnold Mignon, lInar- Duv eMie. .,' -'
fetes. :; ." 4clle Alcindor, Serge;F,-ie. F 'I ( "'uiiste ,7,6'S)





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fUNnAY APRIL 29th, J 962

-Haiti To New York B
; Daily Via Jamaic
|. New Panam Schedule
A A general adjustment of Kingston and Mo
hdnled departures -and activation of fli
valst nmajorU.-S gate- service from- M
rays. observing daylight York to Barranqu
Vlg, time was aniioune- and a rerouting
by Pan American Air- between New Yor
y4'.' Latin American. Di- -. Montego Bay h
sion. The new sununer on .all northbound
'hedules will. take effect -je Clipper. light
I A'irilJ-29. r( '. New York. Under
Sticigating an increase ,in ule the- Montego
er tourist.-trpyel -1o ILatin be made only or
-ericai.-the' airlino'.aniouiiced roun...trip.. -
her schedule adjustments abd On 'Wednesdays
ditions, also fo become cffec- the jets will fly N
'e on April 29& 7'eIhe- incl'jud ston--Vlontego Bi
-tightening, up of. schdules::on On other days the
hew -i etClippr rui.tn: bet- New@ Yqrk -l4
en -New York and Ja.raica to Kingston.--.New
i'tie nonstop ier vie tb hoJh-sult is ad saving'o


7KAT-HERINE DUNHAM
.. ."ANNOUNCES -

BAR GEISHA A GUINEE
O' -a VERYV- ENTNG FOR .
SCUIINE OF THE FAR EAST
Yur charming Hostess KATHERINE DUNHAM
PRE;9M...

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7'JESDAY


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y Jet minutes on ea ron tri. s ll and Saturdays co.nti its s fr Po
y et New York depart es will be at ward to SL"Croit. Antigua, aod southern poib ts." -.-'
a 9:30 a.m. and New York arrivals Fort de France;, Wartinique. --, "-3
at 6:40,_.p;m. (daylight. saving. Daily service .from Mi~ami to n a is a o.re0.1f.
time), a more convenient arrival the Jamaica points will-cuntin'y.e. tn a,' flightrf :rom i i
time -for passengers with- conti- Five days" each w,-ek a jet Cip, Kington a.d-.then ,n-tB it
SBay; ng trsortation to other U, per will make the ho#i nte q "i oll.ifap. -
tg. Bay; re-oIS' cities. hour 15 m iutes.-and dri S'uid This" Wednesday ght l'
i sn i and ndWednesday-a piston Cli'Per .nect at Kingston within 'I
l.,r Colombia mre o ve t rong for will serv- the route.'- Bthl wU York -jet h "flights, to" a d'
uilf, Co biE passengers to Pqrt_ an Price' connect with -the flights to ord passenger and 'c t setvlce. .
f passengers Hai, is belng established, too. ,A .
-k and HHiti... Because Halti does not yet have : ; '.-.
as been a, sto a jet airrt, sngers were GOURMET CLUB :NADS SE ONC .
and outhbound previously routed by. jet to San- "
, .t"q and $n p to Domingo,- Domlun Repbl. D ,.-
.the new 'sched- c, and then by ptah Cilipper to The Gourmet Clib :of- Por au ith a cream p desse
Bay .stop will Port an Prince. Ts. howeverPrihce held its next.tqj,.last ,:n- 'salad was theain CaEi
nee eah.daiv did not allow dailyservice. r, .heon for the ast w. lr Ja4 d asusualor
atthehome of o trs_ Earl Finned, mi;i .ele tables '"~i e
s.and Sundays' -'Beginning April 829 Haiti bomaid with-Mrs.Rlhe Scatt as. co-hpt- and givepn- ot6-he c.b- tnbe.
ew York --KinPg- sTsengers tan itd direct fom ess. The. final,,luncheolnitI,
V"-.Ne.w Y6rk. New, York to-Janmaten,every 'day, The- menu was fairly- represen- place ,early nextdnth;
e ro~ ~'iljh- and, a; connecting piston. Clipper tative of American itkAhes" and t' e -adies aind -theirt.g,
:ntego .'ay -- will take them to .Bort 1ailPErTn- coiisisted b assortelr appetizers abibl eI L
.York Tihe re- .e:' This 'daily. pilpn Clipper served,-with -Old Faoioned cok- September t,
E one hour five flight goes 6itto Sailfo Domihgo tails, followed '.h;, Roast -iBee? .te otasers f'f.e.e.i.
and San ,Jua and. on' Tuesdays Tan7ali 'Pide -and Corn Bread .ad Witer. -"


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SATURDAY ,
Special Haitian Menu
Dancing To MOZART DUROSEAU'S Orchestra
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(Fom"L NOUVELLISTE") Haitian Fabrics In -Special Sale

ty2Sd-Da f wregnyFor the first time since Rene Annind bgan loii

And Nc ional Gratefuless a eo atntetl rtoeb
a discount. They are included this week in the tr
Duig t session,, the'Legisla. I have said- before: Atno uehquurofishldn wide clearance sale at'LA BELLEOREOLE..
er ote uaniouly era. e ustbesentinals of Therefore this- is no game. You
n Va22dte Day the -Duvalierist Revolution of must take your task seriously- The fabrics ,by the yard, can coaeoeof theas
ovrinty and Na t io n, a I sorts. History is there. Dumar- because they are not only Com- be bought at a 30 percent clis- halls. -ht, same fabric
9.Ti rpsdlaly, sais Estirrie is dead, but his sha- batting Dr. Duvalier, they want, count off the regular price of $5, use' thel-e today,: beisgpqk
th-ii aie of the Legislative dow covers this enclosure. The to annihilate our social- conqu- to $6, a, yard. All' hand-loomned serviceability.
coswspresented by deputy heads of those who were right ests, the National Renovation- to- anid dyed in delicious colors. to loaiesdn s,
4h ire-Paul and secondedl near him, who have betrayed wards,. which- we all work I these fabrics have been snapped Fale is an opportunity ot'l
IbYthre oher colleagues. him, vegetate and regret ,today know very well -that. you arO, go- up' by tourists over the years to passed up The roughtexo
:TEITERVENTION OF this act' that .they had madeigt oei ao ftelweea rpr aeil uphol- Sturdy i-aterial is Idef
YABONE when they had -had the love and presented by. colleague Pierre- stering and, by the knowing few, in .any chimate,% and h'ra
es ypthy -of this greatt States- Paul. But I also ask it Of YOU for fabulous suits and coats. -,of colors 'for .your splc1on'a
man,.rtesfgad fyu ihs The well-known rugs are ,on combination .can, gie(,.
alwaygidso accypted tis of this Revolution which has al- sale at 20 percent off the regular to your decorating 'abiliy
agde ofayrv-The same problem is up for 'owed 'us to. sit here. .You must. price, which ranges from, $6.50 This end-of-tlie-s'eason;sl
tanfVeb IkeDr. Duvalier. We, have, traitors hold yourselves read' to defe d to $6N.9. Back in 1956 La Belle La Belle CreOle 0 sffo'
3 al uvlleiss ouamongst us Iwntodeiucetven if you should perish for Creole Won the leRbola potnt o it
*ed- yurflsh orthm ody;youmut av yuryour son, will come to 'replace the .American Interior, Decorat- coming eventssuha
hi ualrist Doctrine. But at guns already tO. fire; you must YOU osAscatosowatheon- Day and, Fathers' Day'T'
I fthsegsatrnot hesitate .o shoot your fathe This -is all, I had to'say-to~youf ventroff in Los Angeles with` one axe ,wonderful bara
igtt iv pgit our'-m~other,, your sonl if the :ofL 1hese handsome. rugs. found in famouss' brandwt he
hedshusedprvant to'counterac the desiderata Flower Festiva ... .These fabrics stem, from the- a number offine ,efm
ni tsar who hiave- wanted ofteRevolution. Isal be the (Continued from lig )-hn pncnlwcstepa-Teeaetwo gorgeouss
Asemly the appecait ofdrtiea h cabrt ie 1ng the. Harry Tninboule- ants, use for their candlmki. heavily 911verpae
lyth roet fLa)ifuon yuthr i tatotvard at 9-,30 a.rn. with bicycles in '1948 Rene d,-an began to TferyL ervice- ofV t Wel
1ets hs3 benBcas heDvlirs .otdesked out with flowers leading loodii thija~ndlwirck and by 9are a- ind. anyr othrL t
Is tl yutatjhis s::e not, Only I his life, but, that tecoloifful _citdfot. 14-atrMiuc exeietllt it r vile
lustig bee enrt Of L3 succesive generations to in- fThe- floats wlie d teioLBleCeo hadF the browse erun sqyo
l~eneeL oN Lh .Fowers, 'the airy honor of ,supplying 600 yards of to find something "
(14 etera e ;oi2Ferande- uln fteArot the Star of Na-- t to thie United Natioos td e o h cain

ofthe flrit dabou foree the oce.o
R NC Ched Jusic -Wee nee torac ee 'eik Oji'Aldeair VllV anrS u


g lma rght.4ro atdginev alti ntios ndan andIendusil etr d hspeech Of i s25 e ]ro.Tdht0s
ninp tad rs of h m n t for NeestCsntanoi:hteproc des
E t a RIC O- e, C ie f L ratfu o l toe sbic h w
of~~~ ntoey#Gnra(n edfo the reacisheiJt uwllpethFow o p a e- nat 54



he ~ MS aswthlwer 'Amdsaericaxin'" oes staid aSl ored a' specialls,
even~~~Tesa iee bae eund control:,a ofk atomic Dresgs iosgSne rtzCsmtwl i
merlner jl:h rotctio,winterth. ecrt Ia _eMuseio e ~t
encan egsatv aporionment- no de Fce euranstand.Non Uni -bt Htr'o'0-
Isohl--i 'J urg: d t hat (Ie Aogtheceue prno ia ertt i
usonf etehee iv Attor- spakers machinlery M. p Saka Ted Nations" P olaceote taro if
p t citi tI l if gtwhIic j Le Sl sti' Stiit rtdet rtiigt avetn ly
ec the Pueio R an alect of .50 -penerid~n 14 1's Aft t11istpr f h r
frocess,~ floedocaion;RerevtatJ.Main ntinr~cid1 -and wh aril he, im
dtgeayo.J~teviJstie Depar'mentani Pa a1t 4n Rnle deTorin Canstee~hio enetad crpr


0L SR LRSr, 6
ninanm~Th standaro -,ofir humasta If nsdn roce
el m wgt 'a aar brill nce a _an 6 e
IT I' 0A eES FREE PO- t CEdcaLpoes" NoO site aar ness i W1pse au a
e ~ on:E CORN1-m Lati SHOP diiE RO'hN FI. th Wat of th Flomonrs
on-iio havec a'u ph n 0.a
even inj threee-dare That re: 9fi Beau ub ma-
orm~~~~~ws Obea]tr c t~a "tria at '- -99o
t ju t "f CLS ankig S tate fficrs Lngullchahe Wih,)a
ANDkech on flowers. -.AIRAT



sAe wi JPla e TO an P Cate PONWPO T
-discussin Jhe ^lb MYrG Fg erTOd R ilias
eve. se e. defen ontol f a 'ingr AtA







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^i~ba APRIL .9th, 1902


HAITI. SUN -
TUE HAITIAN ENGLISH LNOUAGE NU WBPAPEB -
S o..mmnity Wee l. Publahod- Suiday Morning
Editor-PublUsher : -.' BERNARD DIEDERICH
Gerafit-tespons ble MAUCLAIR LABISSIEBE
-; ESTABLISHED IN 1PB .


. I- C IJULJE -, .- -. .

ta. ric -. -
ear Si, '..
I was very pleased to receive several copies of recent
ssnes of your newspaperr and to. see the wide scope
If the news and articles which you publish.
I was particularly. impressed by the interest which
our newspaper maintains in reports from 'and about
AfriTa h.i --Mi a English language newspaper in
Haiti-- is most laudable: it reflects to English speak--
ing reade_:the diep interest which :atiaits theaselveM
display4in AfricanIa.ff.rs;. -. i .
In' the interest 'o euracy, however, I- feelithit I
iould correct an impression given ,by. akn.art..q .repu-
blished from "The New York Times"'m -your is su, of
April Sth The article is Very amusing and in most res.s-
-peets accurate. However it goes astray when, it states
that West' Africa's .'Raniy Wagons" a, so called:
because they are ius-iel ii. 'bymaIet mainuiesf-4
In fact. most West Afhiirini e.. oes a
.gons) are-OWNJD by lie w1ire
vital commercial-ftorm nte i intoea L ao
.co~trfei. _'~lncIhie fy'ive. Notto .. iow. tle
lories, iut also upany iothe taxis, i9ng I a
small buses in the towns; -: ';..,,. %,:. "':-.,
Though meost ofth re ite o
Shave; nge signifcanfibfrilbtioq:t -
svw4 fiditical, life o( theircopnigntl Io of. at
leat o e i pated to bt ptillanllreL who
to .er iket staldaily n her chauffeur-driven Mer-
cedies l B' I know of sever -i~ho are the financial ind
mrie instays of political parties and, even govern-
m i tthat'lart of thir w d,
Trus ng that his l f ome teres to




esident Gofs dn t iit West Africa for
h "e server" onidon. .

T ('.-.. EDIT I RAL, f

S AITI HAS ADEQUATE LAND LAWS,
TOUGH,SELF-TAXATION ,
APPROACHES SOCIAL EQUAliZATION,
S"- QUALIFIES UNDER .
ALLIANCE FOR PROGRESS PREREQUISITES

Editor The Haiti Sun
Dear Sir:
-The placements of loans and grants by the American
Government in Washington, in the scheme of the Al-
liance of Progress among the 21 American Republics,
are dependent to a.degre-ofi self-help by these fellow
republics. Discussion has indicated in some entriesies
the need for replacement of large private holdings of
.scarce land with ownership by various smaller propriet-
-ors; for equalization of taxes in these fellow republics
similar to the lHeavy taxation -borne by citizens of the
L-liuted States who bear the. burdens for these grants
Finally there is discussion of aid in better standards of


living, housing and sanitation. .
Haiti, it seems to us, unolitrusively oecupie-s a fore-.
front position in working towards such objectives. For
decades.there has been a clause in the. Constitution ino
matter how many times rewritten and re-adopted, that
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.sincere. thanks t ,all -1 H-,aitt
..l Tob'Y-anea1&,r r d t4m y', .
7-
Needless to say the :qusanft
pS~ I 11 impressed me, th6 art ad teeld Ag 4S
'all of -Port au .rinca is an-i. ea-.-e. .o
gal~ery and ..trihute'- your, CVialesIrb4
April .1962 .ulture. I felt: that .as-..--an tIm I.heh_
Edita r -- -. "- having travelled in major dites wad It-I
Haiti .Sun n-this coillry oiine that, you ret
Port an ,Pruice, H-i.iL, outdoor.. theatre entertaihmeni Smcere"
Dear Sir:-, folk dancesand ong re-oi -
This weekend T sren i-Y see: highest. calibre .oft.erite-taininent., ;Ar
on. visit in Haiti -as -a .business- the: talent. o.,the erOT9-, i.50" b
man doing busie ,.ith. Haiti: pressed .me .- 0 1..-Thper .odm- ^ ^,g
ans I ,am so .pleased with the plete .cooperatioS .oLthbe- people'-'.-
courtesy, charm, and sincere i trying to male ithe tourist I
kindness extended, :. me from businessmen conti.wnt is a pleas.- :o9.i
the cab driver to Ui.c t.Qfficials re-indeed.... ., .-.;
thatI fflt Imu express my Thr majestic xuwty of your TBe'MC

..-. .'- ..v.
public lands. cn .ly ,be sold With app~ro ,ilfo the P. 4 o -
Chianb -of 0 ties, the leg lative body. The resur t It dyiU-
is l1at there )so olass of privileged. large la nd-owners; as1
t.,: t.erxnei its. elfcorrecti indeed-has tbyfar the o le
a St and holdgs most of which are, occupied by
-fl .pn :s Is"ase:in .small holdinKi for. teli ad. n- :
-t e -public Aeasui-, and- develop t o e.fl
i n'Or industries... .people
-MJ; ryo-probl uin Hgaiti then of akset &-wer IS
i~m 1! f isv iuil of land as one thin4&f it nw bee
_. mRepublic or- Efc6ide r'ini thIe;old& id61sed.
d ,ay4iCuba uertQoRic or Mexico. -". .. _. .
4 .:1y" ;' .. = "'" "' --: : ^.'. .
ta~xa n, the Governmeit here i alreadyd tax-
Ol, scale n1me0 cases more severe thai in -the ar ,.
"- .- .... ,' \ -" ,-* .' ^.''.. *. .. -m ,-;'at theJ!
S.S ,t -is true' tfh em income-tx ,Is higher ain t lie 'FEntei
I., lh small m^in a salry-soietinek pay-s n eLt of-.t
o per t ohis salay The gasoline tax which blebseti
"esi i fet .here directly indirectly by. sece feo
ever "ney i .t least S5 percent high liere 'tha.. tcpate
te-U- *---, -.-.-.- ..e... -- :.--. I-
.. .- .
In laiti taxsn)n %p0Sumer items paid through tine pleasure of
ums ervie p also felt by everyone md are much ours:'
lig e thannited States. :
l@" onc' oi)-ef iiigris certainly well groundederei ;
Witness Cite Simonoe alier: ean, orderly a.good aBo .(.r
Cite C.o Hasco'-
work of, uiproied housi.. lacking only jobs o. a:-
Analya t hen senms, toindicate that Haiti has Wad- 6, s
'varted i' itowik well along the paths set up as pire- ar Bernm
requisites for aid under the Alliance of Progress. On ageQ
S ... ... ..,-. (..... '",. -; (AprilR .5,
If there were to be a prerequ-iite still unfilled in our stad that
conception it .would-be in obtaining more Jor the money ne tad
ip Government expenditures, As an example, m. closely Leicas for:
neighboring Jamaica, with identical climate, -Govern- ra0, wkhih
ment .employees work five 8-hour days per week, and curate statb
bften a few hours on 'Saturdays. They have only some of my 'M-3
8 or 10 holidays per year compared to about 30 holi- and a R l
days per year here in Haiti. Compare this with anuur concern
five-days per week of a questionable 6Oiours 'per day, like an M-
30 hours per week, in Haiti as compared to 40 hoqrs in finder- clas
Jamaica.- It is,pleasurable to think of the many indivi- have a Nil
duals and several Haitian Government entities, who.do I .boughtre
a .fne conscientious job, but there are other Govern- cameras are
n'ent entities where the supposed 30S-hours per week purposes v
is nearer 25 hours or less. On the other hand Govern- ing especia
meant employees here in Haiti are taxed to their skele- telphPoto le
tons. Where we used to regard them as a--privileged Will.you
class they can no longer be regarded in that category. c
In most of the basic principles then Haiti is qualify- th Haiti -Si
ing for participation in Alliance of Progre.ss benefits, on With best
it- own volition and unprodded by Alliance of Progress Sincer
officials. It seems as if Haiti, unobtrusively, is leading Bernar
or near the lead in one of the most important sectors Editor,
of development. The Harti
(S): Earnest Observer i Port-auiPr


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Sedren Eight Years After



iTii fo" owing Is the text. of a present moment has control and
al delivered by fortune Bogat] management 6of the Company.
'own "'l ltian businessman In July 1960, wq gave you a
wand riter at -the International succinct account of the works
o ub. f Commerce dinner this started by Sedren at MEME in
pat Wednesay. 1954, in an effort to exploit the.
S- W copper deposit in the region of
,D1espite the heavy rain there Terre-Neuve. Today it is a real
spBa large, attendance .at he. pleasure for us to tell you about
40 wbekly lunct"ion'Aio'g 'the the progress realized since then.
b .guests were V.S. Ambas- 'The interest of evefitual invest-
ir~yi nd Th'W ratoan and 'ors in a mining project is based
leWvateMMf h of the -Al- on the. result of geological, geo-
or f m..ges miion. physical, geochimical, "studies,
and surface. drilling. But it
takes underground workings to
April 1961, 'I hid the pleas- determine whether 'the mine is
to'delive a talk here'at the icommercializable or not. It took
a ioenffralI .Club of :Commerce, eight years, -and 8.5 million, dol-
tt6e.txder-develped 'ountries ilarsta accomplished such works
.'r-. o-' the countries as: naapping -of the whole con-
ve*lopedIf. Imotist- the tession,- aerial survey, drillings,
Jiba tinhei*rnt to tifese cotmn- building. of roads, 'houses, stcres
.ib-ma 'much.n-the-.same, it shops, .a ill, thd electric plant,
that" their. conditions ,adp iary installations. These
ye fiawbat iimiroved. w 'rks were m completed in -Jun
Sand sal 'poli- 9, and the production-phase
g th p was re-ched at that, time. .
'bitthtfta1' latests -
wtter vioftteresIits I :iA C,'-
A. W i it i ifo in ourat .: or:produiction
i v se doun- as -baidly'handicapped by, a
.are doing all 'they cam to drought that reduced tHd" flitz of
"e ;tAtheiee cond he sprigs around MEME to the
i : ,asssitthe 'phint thit.it was m&ttr a ia n'n
"abs .i our l"e- o si~oible.for .,Ahe-Mill to obta.i,
b ie&h orco'u i b Ogal fois 'of R ater.'per ri
tf lee "id i" e ven'- nlte ~ dispegable to. its, opp'ra-
ir t r Tatew iAn thodIfi ons. 'Itf eould wonlt -work:at." .


Iiaa ses,,and a so- t4ients of coppe-onheritate
.-ectiwly ipuntng to 13,0 ton were
.4aw. nt ni n hf ,t6 .Japah and 9tPam

?'.ato o al4 were. tiqde: Sedr.es-ta~ios
*M/lw e t.the ofunda c i# t ,Wba'-b ft=i?8posit^
of' in- ntil a shipment t four thow,
.a....iv Llwhbih wilq niand tons ,of coicefltrate can :be
sto'st epma t .ai e ry sK weeks. ,....
'e..' "- L W" .
'-teprodizdsp. -- awi Iztordir to redti its loses"thli
.om..pan. decided'- to'~ritbice' its
ersoarnd expen, es. Frzg,'
dmplop are reduced "frni 0AM
Et lo 20 Haitian- -em. e
e.regio^ o a et ko1 iGSNd to 285. In'the ltare all
dftfi. 41 to- ; '
earsagME 1 'fte e wills e repic- i



e w:ere. about a.i.it -d w, :e ue.,n .fs,.
4'




a,.i..g-..dff.ter thr sutoel '.s e&sol e
ii. l a : ..; -w.;., .
"- w'at Dm t Coral' thse Coppt:er




a s so tthe .' flwt t ::thellwafli siin





ch V ".nlopmen rdua. uen ad'roM be' aba-do
.esour-ee of Hai g nedAs a -mattr-of fi O':t was
naa F b the Con uchbett ta wa beease-





".:h .of :'re .. 300' gals .of wate.r Ii'^ ,; -
\Il Thhdizrxnai ^eg- .-Jn. pn 'letff tb help us'tie!ole%.
2'f^l*.^^pconojidc~fla fiIaf~te~rIe wateripblemeii,- the.

I atie1 ute ; ewere'bein;htlowed wouldgat a





'7a t- '- .. cc
: :" *. "- ,U : ',:.P ... .. .t.t-e. a,.o,:.',Corailt-1 fhe .Co. '' ipy
Si$- f ~til' -lckal: oitahtnis nd
-^conpilc; Developmeat tlat, f1jeet had'to. be' abandon
JResources of Hai- ned.-As t.'matter .o fact it was
jiidow'e.by the"'Con-' .miuchb 'better''that: way- because
Y4HliaIaliewyv Ltd; ,of re- thi? 309gals,..of water pe. mbi-
yever,^e; Consolidatedat we We beink alblowed would
44N iK-4Am ty br' pbrary nile-
3;2 g' -'. -


a thp*-Wiiid'-G'ds aibg
prerAtec ruins.., and iat-
inJe gardens -at ktnilo..

"~-.------, -,
Depatortma-Prince on Tuesday,... .'. '
SFr iy ,or Satirday at 9: '5 AM. .
.Giant Pa- Arnmercan Jets then whisk ,
:,yo fom :Flr "tp "exico City..


tuous dinner aloft. zlete round' -% -: T -
S cdtomy Class lardis US $253. .. .
SanAAmis newest jet service also stops '- ". '
in Merida On the Yucatan peninsula. '" .. -
Explore ahicient, archaeological sites -.i
of the, Mayan civilization. Luxuri- ,, ..:.
Sous hotel -acconmmodations are avail..
'able a'4, bargain Mexican prices. -
AdMexicq, Cityj has everything! :-,
Smait shops, a-bracing (but tropical) -
S :climate,, bullfights, iuperb- dining and -
S international cabaret life. See yodr, '-"
Travel Agent or Pan Am today, -. .
'.-and discover 'how delightidl a ho i- '"
day in jet-close Mexico. cailbe. 1 '.., ,,,,'
,' ENj HE PRICL8S.EXTIA OF. EPERIENCE .
S., ON THE WORLD 'MOSBNC' "' '"
....fPLA.CE ID..A RiPUiLIQUE AGIWiN, CITi-DE L'EXPOSITI.ON -'" -"; .
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Altt SU N '' SUNDAY APRIL 2.th.i909

only some heavy rain showers immediately, and 500, gals. watei gues of high grade ore go oft itjm
would solve that ditticult water per minute started flowing bai:k the walls and have to be fo6Uuwe
question, when our attention was' to Corall 8 miles away. Witll this or else diamond -drilled, not lit
called to the existence of a' well installation the water problem is leave behind large' tonnage d
that was drilled at Mapou.Che- finally solved.' ore. '
valier, 13 kilometers from Minne; In the. meantime underground At the present-moment the:ti Mil
and which was ever actually workings were -progressing slow- can treat 1000 tons a day. Haitia
used. This time again the Dep- ly due to irregularity of stops miners are being rapidly ai
artment of Agriculture aM.thiorl- walls. This sort of o bsta !le successfully trained by Canadiai
ed us to use that well pr.iided makes it difficult to proceed Instructors; this'leids us o'b
that part of its flow would seive with mining operation because lieve that we shall soon he ab0qll
to irrigate the surrounding lariOs. the ore does not occurred in re- to do much better than our. idef
A $100,000, pumping station with gular shape "ore-bodies" goal of 1300 tons a day.. ;
a 38.000 feet pipe line was built 'which could be -mined fast. Ton- (Continued 'on. page
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...N.AY API..L 29th; 1962


'TELEHATI WEEKLY SCHA
APRIL 30th TO MAY 6th.


monday April 30th, 1962

5:0Opm-Mlusical Prdgram (Mire Tele-Haiti)
5:55pm-Evening General Program Schedule & W'
6.00pm--Iet's, Learn nglish- ,
6:40pmi-Children's program .
L 7OOpm-The Whistler r
.
7 30pm-Children's program (2nd- part)
7 :45pmi-Telenews (1st. edition) Review of Te di
8 :00pm- The For Show;, new series: FURIE
8:30pm- The 'friehd-'6o..,our home: Dr. personn
19:00pm-Telenews: (2nd edition) Summary' of the.
S sented. by the Esso Reporter
9:05pnm-Powel Industrial Works' wepkly program:
, .. -
9:30pm-TV Concert. .
10.00pm ,se. oi- program, -- .Na onal Aithem.
-- -''.- -. 7 .. -

Tuesay. ,i _. ::.a y .:-
..:5: Op M4usical-Pram _Mire Tele-Hai -
5:55pm--vening General Program Schedule
.6:Opm-Lets.Learn Eiglisi .- -
6:3Spm--Weather report :
I -6:40pm--Children Program -.
7: QOpm-NOBBE & BOND L presents: "My Thre
:. -.-,* *.. -...." ;' ::; .'- :.." ..* .y ." -. .- *. .... ._.- :..-
7: 30pm- Childen'~ program: Jsecond, edition
7:45pm-Telenews (0sf-edtin) -Revi-w o the day
i_-s; .Obp Ameria s & to- ou-: "- .
8:30pm-Teie&3nema -(1st part).
9 O0pnt-Telenews (2nd edition) .Simm y of the
"s"ented by, ie Essa Reporte,- .' :. -
qi .nceieciema (CopFt.
[64e program Na liona -Athei
-.'''" ,nB .,...-... .. / ."'! :: -.-.. .
5* 5 ri ning 41rn Progaein- Seedule;-
6 Ol s'LearnEng lish .
-a mtiWeather report: -. ''
-Chidren's program: cartoons
'-' rgne.. with Jack Webb-. -;'.
3p-Chidrens 'progra n:' Cartoo's
S7.'pm-el -ws; (1st' edition) Review of the
ft.: j A'PE TROOPER v
pm- n .ulagene -La Poste presents a new
't; Cicnte Lde Monte Christo". .--
.p.nTelenewvs (2nd edition) Summary at the
=.- se.. ted by the ~EssobReporter
S:-p BU TELE-1HAf '.I-' -
.':35pm'--Gernimny Today. (Documentary)
S10:00pm-Close of program .-- National Anthem

Thursday May 3rd, 1962
S5:30pmrMusical Program (Mire Tele-Haiti)
5:55pm--Evening General Program Schedule
6:00Opm-Let's Learn English.
S6B35pmt-Weather report
| 6:40pm-Children's program
S7:00pm-ICIINTERPOL (last week episode)
; 7:30pmxt-Children's program (2nd- edition)
7:45pm-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the
8:00pm-Western Theater with' Bit Masterson,
I & S Constrluction Co.


day's events
presented by M


8:30pm-Telecinema '.
9:00pm-Telenews (2nd edition) Summaryof the late news,-pre-
sented by the Esso Reporter
.9 05pm-Telecinenia (Cont'd) *
10:00pm-Close of program National Anthem

SFriday May 4th, 1962
S5:30pm-Musical Program (Mire Tele-Haiti)
5:55pm-Evening General Program Schedule
S6:00pm-Let's Learn English
6:35pm-Weather report
6:40pro--Children's program
7:00pm-Our Miss .Brooks
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Nlie -Y of &ther. ever., diffid-in as ieg" his iiosi n toward .. I I 1- 1.1,111.7 ,-
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be tq me$lbtweenthu ney 69ssand lip apieenji,L' L" .. ,,i --. ",
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O r t 01 hiS leg i *Vsen accointrig ty'the4ornis an L PrQVlii0TM I Aruiele.SS.-ilie- 7l5lfitic musf oyalty,
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:1 ,,, .1, ,-merfti6l perio I '. I .".::.*-..:.:,.*..:,,,,.::.:.:::!::::: !!:.':,-,.-.- I Lr ,, The-apprentic, is Re care oV the -employer's mater- ::
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31 i 1 .-% I Ni c 4" tile nne -s cl,,,4au live .", --, ,A' Ws the same the whole World, over ...
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tAG 10 -. '1 AAITI SUN'SUNDAY APRIL 29th, 16 O
F.-

T 1 ('1 1 d) Exploitations for the protection, production fattening, impri) CACIOUE ISLANDU
Vn | -vemnient and- breeding of animals used in the tilling of thl-
.,...D ud a iiLa JU o ---C soi,_Jor transportation or alimentation. l "IBO B-EACH"
(Continued from page 9) e) Exploitations for breeding of bees, for the production, ship 30 I U'E
meant and transportation of honey and wax. ONLY 30 MINUTES
their supervision shall be secured jointly by the delegates Article 98.-In all industrial, commercial and agricultural con- PROM PORT-AU-PRI.OT I
cl the trade-unions and the representatives of the Department of cerns, whatever their nature may be, the normal working hours
_.bo and -Social Welfare. cannot exceed eight hours a day and forty eight houis a week. ENTRY (INCLUDING
-; cti;cle -95.--Some scholarship whose number shall be jointly de- Without exceeding 9 Hours a day for the industrial concerns, and BOUND-TRIP
teinned:by the Department of Labour and Social Welfare and the 10 hours for commercial institutions and offices, the parties can BOAT
eern shall. be granted to the best qualified trainees of the agree 'on a distribution of the 48 hours otherwise than by working
.s'ols o -pprenticeship, taking into account the financial poss'.- S hours a day. The duration of a work is. the space of time during TRANSPORTATION) ..
ties of the exploitation. : which the personnel is at the disposal of the employer; are not
S.-General Disposition included the resting hours during which the personnel is not at O N $LU
tie 96.-Pending-the regulation of labour according to crafts ,the employer's .disposal. *l ldren V Cents. '
professions, and the organization .of committees of supervision Article 99.-The limit of worKdng hours provided for in the pro- .
d'-cotrol.of the apprenticeship, the "Direction Generale du Tra- ceding paragraph may be exceeded in case of an accident occurred Private Dressing Rooms -.
a t 'shall-'be entrusted with the application of the legal disposi- or on the verge of occurring, in case of emergency works to be Whi a i I
^tt6 related with the apprenticeship. done to. the machines or tools, or in case of an obligation, but only .. .-
T in the necessary measure to avoid a serious handicap in the nor-
S. TITLE mal functioningwof the concern; 'to prevent the loss of perishable FOR BENT:
NW.o. 4 ON OU ND.I'IONS OF WORK material, or avoid to jeopardize the technical result of the worl Furnished or unfuirnshed Lr-
IAFTER I so that, special activities, such' as the institution of interests of go House, wonderfully' suitable1
worka-:re-':" .-vie i accounts, to allow tie concerns to facesurpluses of work resulting for Embassy. _
i cle.97.-.rThe institutions;of work are.divided into three catii- from special circumstances as far as the employer is normally Bluated at ells Nazon:
..BedrdWnh .."Bathrooms, tar
ies')1) liidustrial. --2 Commercia -- 3) Agricultural instau- unable to find other means. Dr-w s_. B- Room -m spaloa
-.."........ ,0es .Drawing- Bo.. spacous
i ..- The overtime, thus given, shall be paid with a 50 percent in- Dining-Boom and- comfortable
e industriaLinstitutions include: -. crease and entered so that it may be controlled by the competent VOrandah,-- large Roof'- er-
Mines stone- pit, extracting industries of all nature; authority,'in.the staff registrat, similar to the salary paid to the race Land suitable for build-
.he induirie:s in which, the -.products are manufactured, mu- staff that has worked overtime and the reason for, which they e.in. Tem.s-cotmrt'l- arag ito
died, cleaned, repaired, decozated,- complete0,. prepared to i.-helter cars--. complete.an
,--.*- o.- \ .'. comfortable servants quiurers.
-s o In Wh the materis go through a transforma- continuedd on page 11) Phone: .Nos. and 41.6
tu.rgicnuding-iroduiction -- transformation transmission -, "."'.',?.
;p' in general and electricity; .. .-
'._ oe''trution reconstruction, maintenance repairs alter- -, .- .. .- .-
SatippnSor tting down of' o al buildings bedifieea, orts, d ks'
^F cl sh, z;ads;'.airports, tuqnels;, bridges; gtters wel-l, ai r
:-t bolep an.. ..tetlepones acconm.modao, electric ,. At L. d9 .
-f'titE distributionn. o other' -construction -.works as .wewll s 8. d.
o.gNs-f:i .repakiti6fi and: foiihdations priqcedi-g e:, la,.
wed -,or
) he opbrtltb of- persons or goods by land, sea "or
%. :_n _g _.;. .t. J-.' -- .rfh- ; -olre= aiors, r: "
,.um g -tsAin ...- go ds- -in Me eoJk, d aow s Design
SwaiB tis, r aue. '
i-ta --. "tti on ..s.' sp-] : n:'t" i.i -is asi e], om'mi'Als e s'
oter intiturs, e ll, m sttu ons, and dministr i ps..
'onin ilie on.officeWolM.iL -- A RyE M.c
tainstiuioni a thbse where are arrived out 6m -..-
rvati6n and ilpmient of ag uil tu4 ".A

a^. j ."hhton .fort the protection, prod estraionaret, tmpr AR :R -
t-fagor-t; t down, cutting: down and transpor E ."
i tip0 EarBt of- -harcoal. ". -.'.-" ",- .RX mI i.-
.-..*6. tf -.-o w d, ,:,,-of -s z : g n of t s
.3*ir~ Ongo -t.. oe ...te : rbteti.on, prodibtion;.!baweuting, !'shlp- -... FOA.. -
tt$5i~t iP.-r the protecion, producdtnt, ha.vestin,; stMio- 4 -, One am ..-..
i~pt d-t".aii'tisportatio&. of Slowers-and vepeiables. NO -A P CA
-,..- AU PRINCE N YOR (DEPARTEVEAUPRN SUNDY
6 SANTA..EVERY FRIDAY): SANTA P LA





WPASSj $300 PASSENGERS P .- EFARE FROM$ 19.YEAR',
-'" *-J '-'" COMBO-SHIPS (52 PASSENGERS) FROM -$155 .
Sw'ss ,I.n. PORT AU. PRINCEE N W E YORK (DE0PARTEVERY -.sUNP


-.LUXURY SniPS: $SANTA ROSA -- SANTA"PAULA
WALKU.... : 300 PASSENGERS FARE FROM.$195.00

0* **.* *"***** FOR INFORMATION


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Kt PDUVALLER

requested, without any.
tfe :g.twp:k -"
-vertime is not as&thori
character.
.4 .. O. =-The. ove ti p
S-20 hours a .C ek. IteCi be
e, pspecti .ot Labts i atesi
'ons there st some.
ite case of; widespr
I 'Q r ., .. .
Ib e61 ssi part
ithorizaio i' of the .Inlspector
b efititeid'to & finumu
V have e en played
ot be counted Iathe.no.n.n

Article 102&. z'i.i.gthe ap
"Wmoian shall be ented to.
ie'bf these 4-h&-i&p Shal
:A.fi'cleO 103&l0Ve3 r industry]
'Id to' caIc ilie a6nni
addingg .and 'ins t- e ., staff
Utaber *st t A .1 at
SePtniembet 3Q Neyertlidle'
.he yeab_ .,-r:0 .Decemhe
.be al pursue t



Article 404.-Thp.restictiv
:el,

i..stitutioB' ., 'whosea.ct


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i insult i sil.deteraff


-Ti theo niadture of the w
a jrof work .:do n.
t-fegie sha'lln'affe
e' tg lem
Article 106.-Some rxgdina
ierle intend rgaiza
n c.pnsultqd, shall determi


'tie limit signed to I
-. for some categories.,oj
- Tb-4he tImporary uderog
to permit some;enteer
nary Work-'


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W -
WUSNtES
JNICOS
The only sweet LI
ie basis ox the fines
idisjkisable for 'fe


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ABOR CODE : Article 107 -The "rovisions related to the duration .of the wEior it c
d 'iom pag ) suef as are .recribed ittem-98,-shall nota ply: '
: a-to the institutions i which, only the members. o ftr''
prejudice to the raise provide t l
,. ui;.. t..e-. ri p,. .. player's family are working; (Cpniue fr n~ pai: gB iB.
-. hb-the piblic--administrations in which .the staff-'acts as 'an "Dring 1961, pern
ied .in the, works having adangerus Government's powe '" ions -:ere:' eaty
;rgan of the= Government's power; .. .... re. o y:-.
W There -was. only one ii
"--' -the persons occupying La key p6s.tion. "t' "ied two.n y 90 '
Avtticle '108.--In the 'case whei, according to customs or ag~re- tdct.iand: spirit .co.cilti
gven athorization ?tied r iments pissed between -workers and employers,. the period o work the Labbr .f"epat ettw
consulting thlie trade-Tnion organiza-
-.coult is inferior to what has beei provided for in the present '.l w, and years, i ntrac .wasg
e latter can forbid the ue of the the rate of, payment higher than what was specified by tHe present 'Sedren-Uion" t
ad unempyment so that as mar ,erall-20.per cent'raise"'CL
ead. unemploymept so that' ams, rn law, and the rate of .payment higher that those provided' for i ehse rcl20 every cen& nle in
-emo.ed.,. e -. eto everyone" A toaloi
.em .... .... : ot overt o e, the existing conditfbns shall be maintained wkdt.i one' 469.30 i.'wsesa ere, ido'{e;pti"
ies decide otherwise, and on a.writt'en lrig ... w7,e *' s ":w. ith
.. Abour,.the employee or worke :AcI-109.-In brder to factate .the appUation ofthe present take' .pay 'o
m rest of one hour and a half, when w, ea emploer .must: elusive of teanua.bot&
or hI b his aJary..This'-rest shill ... .. .... "
r hatlf bhis salar .Thisorest shtil a unce by mearis of posters placed ina' visible and acces- J /to the present
tioot the o,.".. sile 'pofitio withini. the if'stitutioh, or.' :ay r.shiiabe Ca n .no wr '. op
,: : insti ., or. ^ y i b ab le

eant nursi. or pegnacy peiod, place, or y any .,other way approved y:.the: competent operatioris,-.to dabl
n '-, authority; .the. hours,. at whidh worok begins and e.d 'ori ; it had t. overcome,
.tw pi odas.Ofrest eve. day.Eaca n. *
pods'f eve .the o is prorme by rotating teams'k ofworkers the een. is 'a
l,-be' o a di:ation, 6f. I n hol a... bo_ ... t00 00o. m-n yal.ti.
hqursfwhiph e in and eds ie ttrn of'vor1 for I -
i' or commercial ,+oncern'-is .comrn-. .: .: .dn. : d. b ." r ....e ;to, the State.'Needlest is-
k I'd taoh of the ork.so astost -. : .... amount grad
h ok sa .t b'annoudce by the same -meians, thderest given the staff,' rest t.W i n
at 5 o'clock:i t afternoon fro s..
a .- moon,, that .n cohfo&mity 'with item 98 is not included in the du- ductidn. '
i.'odlkp.m.fifrof y 1st, obwi'.; ratio-r,-of te work.. .We kaill .kiow1t t. is .
-'s""during.the..estivities'ofthend,'- "" "bto- entirely.e'
S the st f the shall-be consider illegal to" employ a- person outside 1ble 'to ntirel imna
uaJury. st, thecicdI.titutions ,agraph bo esent ite risks of accident in a.,
o...h"b, be '" e.. t t o" "
heip-aictivities ,eyond 5, o'clo.kha p.m.; .,. -' ;; .-.: -. .*' ,.t e e -' erationh. News., f ,in.c,
..n.. a'b t^ ^pay+ thi + Apl"y-" s .. e, .+ 'th cenyur es..P^S, Ofn-^ .
othey-..aythe;:d.b o- ". '(to be .wjxtfj1.dduonn"ext Edl.iop) ... ..... .

.- .. du in a edd' "nts".1d'a"= .

....t& treat o hob ., r c ,on C o. A the .-os mode e-
ce. .. .,-". .. .M. 8 O ties. through-.te'dp.pyk&.o.

t t reati'or 'hospitalize .pati ts ., "e' .'
...." htels aes O Ie Mihltar City rh ternatioi alotorganizadoi
i; d er sid -ir iULtiwhere~,0'qh~.d.:- .iAr: li BAOL Un dT =H Taround, ,Die l

I :dru-tores, bakeries, factoric .d- a ok akinhabiglia'




-.whse continuous fuietioping- pust Every W dnesday Night Electricity supplied yee
ork, be guaranteed by relating teams,', .- eis eGibri- fi:e3 .i
Spexeeed an average. of .56 er week .-. with a total of 2750 tW igt
-ink is -fui'nished free Uto t'he -
i.e leaves the workers may ,be eu- nh E +g d.. ing "i .. *
.roundg d.Terie-neuve,.om ou



oe.s of Pu.blic. Authorities, adopted edair' to the many Pn in j.





tia ot emp i E Tees- Eand.workers'have o" es o mah reial:.y
ne by industry t.r profession: underground. "' .....
..sI "t D, -,DO SE CABARET THEATRE anEDesE^COULOU D'A I._ .




.The most recent estima q t -'



atons gthat may be sat eptedao the the ore reserve o* them nine a

trki-e generaactiviteed by reof te cng teams, .." per cent of copper I t is a

exploitation. This doesaot mean-i
p rises to face surplages .of. 56etraordi- that we expect a soI W fi
Sedref. We are getting reade tol? .
te leaves e w eri- start the ai gsroect anoou t
r cP-Ves t'.I-.. *I4.. 'air-compressors.-supkyg'conpher-ii.e'.
tiohs" -of Jbft:. A, utholties, adopted sed'atr,etoppher vanylues 1onri















serve in ore anfE. copper n a'l'e 4as
ine by industry r profession e good enough to jut .







the iinpbrtant capital reqL'r& Ly
se ENJOYABLE PARTY -auNatoMeme iswfion: insro id n f'
the geeraLacity of h 4 o of a growing cen aturity. Haiti is
SpeonswoeabourIs casual. logerin search of Its oien







FESTIVITIES ation, but is definitely or Uhe
tios thread that wil lead it to tdes-
QUEUR made otland t t iny as a civilized nation. This
tpure old SCOTe C surpl iIes f.fex-. is thae reason why w have
tivites and for every c. FEATURN HAFITS OST EX struggledre.We during eight losing years
GROUP OF ENTRTAIN RS in o rder to make a realV ty of
tthe pemining industry wkin Haiti,erand
SIVE AGENS: BACOULOU CABARET THEATRE an exist.amplWe of Sedreat of wa- .
n-Aggerh Co. Free meringue Lessos at 9:30 p..) g o wperseverancppernvai.,,ts '
"hstor yandho bs-


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The Egg Iden ti

-(Continued from' page 1) Agronomist Pierre D. Sam, .c- I am, in a v
$sidies,- an authority on the mat- cording to the instructtonr of the terested by y
f, tj .her works and observations Director General of thq Depait- ly because a
V allowed her to write the ment of Agriculture. Natural Re- published in


)ly study of its kind on the sources, and Rural Developrent.
eptiles.-of the Island -of Ifaiti.- April 6th, 1962
.aslison of the letter from As an answer to your letter of
. ..Smithsonign Institute to Mr March 23rd, the egg of which n
i Bdnnefil, chef of the secUion picture has been submitted to
et.entomology and Zoology of our services had been identified
i rn-ahnd of which a-copy has as that of a crocodile of the spe-
e'de communicated to. us by dies Crocodylus Acdtus Cuvier.
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-IOLOGIST FINDS "THE
.1 : ; .---._-

:'i(nfined 6 rom page 1) peoples -and
Huai and studied diaries and: the .outside v
-rch records to .trace- the, co The Protestai
I's.-development. The Cdrib- work, educa
'Ins itute -will. sponsor -fir- have been'gi
TeSeare l 'by Hoetink in-Se. ly to the loos
i net-summer.; -. Ways of- the
Hie -Dutchti.or:.sociologist has ded.-
en a'- prelhninary report on Hoetirik sai
ifin s gs which .will appear, assimilation
uly o issue of 'the" iitutle's se "of -Sparni
..i.ticio,'tt ;Joir4al o! Carib working peop
Studies". -. are identified
ei-Lembeer taKir.lg a'three- rients, jas we
M -a wiik Qver a .mud' and cliay names :in' -ma
Itia.:i emiiote idllag. religious more. illegitin
fiva];' T betnik- said.- "The .
r-l., .seemed-to be thi. bacc- b- etlnk- sai
fe, ft Sew' iana ulture "adl division" today
there a.e- sti .- i .Protst- Semana, comma
:ip'itsf1i~sekaterd-tighLtt assiiatihg ..
peflnual.: .' elite ,- speaking
lie o'ommiMyt custouns are' adorned with
--steiady erosion through in- and living in
g Le'-contact.'r.ith ..nelgib..ring Ihouses. -
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htaelet des F

GARDEN PODUCTS
S-Are- Aviilable Exclusively

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communication with
roriU, Hoetink said.
it, traditions of ha'.d
tion and discipline
ving way very slow-'
er Hispanic peasant
countryside, he ad-
d evidence of solr,
included increased
sh, by'"'the honest
Ie."' as tife Negroes
in-church docu-
ell. as. more Spanish
rriAge records -'ind
mate Births. .

d- "a sharp-- social
'y exists. within the
munity,,tetweeri .an
majority. and ..an
g_'archaic Englisn
h :iblical., phrases
laFge ivooden. townv
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T I SU N '' SUNDAY APRIL 29th,- 196l

S d 'Solonib "it is simple, bu v'" tion and-a utility, for the. fauina
Shollld have thought of it." -We of our couitr.y. -
Smust niow through- adequate pa-- We niust flote the celerity~ wi't.
blicity, allow the identification which the Pote Cole and PTamiei'
of Crocodylus Acutus Cuvier '-.d urided their efforts to inform th|
ory special wavery, ino- insure its reproduction in he Haitian public on this discover
r't the time whele I measure of its existence man. which had caused fear close t
y "Herpetology of constitute an important adlrac- panic.


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Hispaniola" in 1941, I had onlv
found six Tiving specimens
around Ile a Vaches, Lac Azuei,
in Dominican Republic and in
Puerto Rico.
I -hope that you will take all
the necessary dispositions for ihe
protection of this species;, It is
!however.the same type that we
have in .the South of Florida; the
race having unfortunately a' ten-
dency to disappear, its protec-
lion is, at home, insured 'through...
dispositions of the law.
Sincerely yours
Doils ,M. Crochran,
Curator of the Division of
Reptiles and Amphibians.
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" +A"t SU N -'. .. -" .':.


urvivnal In. Di

C(odtinued rom page'-1) of the furthest corners of the Re-
sUits of our efforts," said Le public, the Department of Work
:-Nouveau Monde. -- and Social Welfare invites you
,L -. to join it in view of commemor-
Ministry ,all ating the first of May,'the Na-
I,Under-Secretary of State..2Max tional Labor Day by -manifesta-
A. Antoine Ihasa sent out a vibralit tions of' unprecedented glory.
"'call Itd-the Fornes utl.Produc- Already, enthusiastic 'adhesion
ton" that we tqke pleasure in 'comes to us 'from all sectors in-
prpducing. .. .terested to any aspect of pro-
4"Worktrs, Employers, Artisans, duction. We wish that during ihe
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few days that separate us from
May 1st,. those that the fever of
'reparations has not yet seized
join us in view of the grand, comn-
memoration of this fastious date.-

";Workers, Employers, Artisans
of the furthest corners of the Re-
public, this year the Department
)f Work and Social Welfare habh
decided to choose as.-t.heme- of


A-



TE DbELL RfNlG



S(.LA -L-O.-C HE A SO N E ) .


The whiner presented -h.self this morning around 9 at the SHELL sta-'
tion 'f iURACAO TRADING -with the.card of reservation for a Hunting trip;
to Ndrth fri. This card partially .w written in Arabic is distributed, by the
SELL SOCIETY (or' Company) in Morocco.:


The client who won.is Mr. Mairius Ferdinand, taxi driver.
A. 5 -.
Resident of Thor.
~'1


the coming -manifestations: Sur-
vive in Dignity and. Peace
through Work. One could not bet-'
ter express the common will to
impose to ourselves the sacrifi.
ces of which depends .the survi-
val of our community in dignity
and honor, as-has expressed it
with so much lucidity and nobl-
lity His Excellency the Honor-
able Doctor Francois Duvalier ih
his outstanding and historical
message of January 2pd, 1962.

"To these manifestations cum-
memorating Nationl -Labor Day,
we .are inviting not pily emploL-.
ers, employees and artisans, bit
also -intellectua woPkers. L:'-
wish' "to .rnd :thMay, 1st is-
not only the'Day of ,mahualWor-'
kers, but also, .pf all" those' who-
ring. their, assistance' to incre'
se the production arid wealth of
the Nation wethef -it be under
the ihaie of capital, physical 'ot
intellectual 'effort. It is unru elyj
the c. pnction.: of- these three'
factors which allows the realit-
ation of great works. One. alirays1
needs a brain to .conceive', arms
to execute and capital to finance.
"It is because of this. reality
that Inc Department of Woik' and
Social Welfare .takek-.pleasure in
sending a call to all workers-in-
distinctly, tb all employers and
to all intellectuals-so that toge-
ther they may exalt work on May
Day in concord and discipline.
"Workers, intellectual or' mari-


ua.l, employers, artijs aaof -i f
furthest corners of *h 'putlidi
it is'only thanks to your -ar.min
that the country will finaUly'bi
able to be saved. The History ,:
the Haitian People' shows :.t
too often we have chosen th
way of discord-and sterilei stffe.
ings, so many. paths- ..
. circle, when they do not let
to,dead ends. ,
*--
"For two years the Depart.ti
of Work anid Social Welfare M
geared the commenioration.'V.
National Labor-.Day ;on.-ri an.:
jeoti'e. of economical ,6cai
"Necesity to. :reae the ia'
alprcductiori view fbigt%

to try arid eak tle .bpnid'
der-developmerit. Th T h is ll
agaiti- the accein 'ill:. be, tipii
the'importance to thecioii
pro'lemns- for 'e are"cor" i
that social'-proress ust
hand- in- hand, wih'.econornic;pi
gress.'. ..:^
"Workers, -Intellectual., or "
Olal, employers, -artisans..of 't
fui-thest corners of the .Re pubI
may you, -through..-partTcip"i.o
in .the manifestations which3
mark .National Labor, Day, Ihi
your. will to play a dynamic iro
in the fight for survival in. pe'a-
and dignity through work.". -;

Max A..ANTOIT EI.,. -:
"Under-Secretary of StateFi
Labor,and Social Welfare..:,-


A client 'of Shell since 1948, Mr Ferdinand ls the owner of the taxi licence
plate No. 10445. Mr. Fdrdinand is a bachelor,. "


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- INTERESTING DETAILS


I I- M. 'erdinand declares having received his surprise package on Tuesday
.Apil 17th around -:30. when he was buying a dollar's worth, of gasoline,
-THE BELL RANG. "-


Questioned on the delay taken to present himself at the station, to receive
his gift, Mr. Ferdinand declared that he was waiting for the last moment to
open his package -but that he listened regularly -to the radio. He wanted
to keep (or con*"rver everything..


Afterthe mapy calls made over the radio, Mr. Ferdinand decided to open
the package, tS reservation card' for.. the hunting trip was there. Mr. Ferdi-
nand received his Easter gift this morning. The party "was gay at the Shell
Station of Cuiacao Trading.


4. Surrounded by..the niembers of the sales department of Philips and after
receiving the ,compliments of the man ager of this department, Mr. Felix Du-
mas, Mme. Elimaud Barniano presented him with a beautiful Radio-phono
stereo model H 4 x 05A, gift offered by Curacao Trading to Mr. Marius
Ferdinand winner of the mystery prize of the Shell Program:


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SUNDAY APRIL 29th, 1962


I Lab Towed T

(Continued from page 1) trol gear, partly supplied ty USA
..Anchored in the Port au Prince ID, the helicopter was the firs
harbor .at the ti/o, the destroy- to arrive on the scene. Ihe US
-er escort USS Br,.,.-gh dispatched .Brough, under the command r
-thee-damage control specialists Lt. Comdr. Carey, arrived shoil
t.to Jeremie aboard a U.S. Naval ly thereafter. It was foll.we
$fssion helicopter. Piloted by that afternoon by inp Haitiar
Captain Frank K. West, and car- GC-8, commanded uy Lt, j g
tryingg pumps and damage con- Larreur, which stond kv tvo os
S. v ___ ____ __


E. ASN O A *

e Direction 6f the Casino Infernational take
sure fo present to its amiable clients the Spec-'
e of the: Season: ;. .
..,NIT M G IQUE.

e ie- filht,e Folkl.oric group ofthe.i as0o.

SSHOW EVERY NIGHI AT MIDNK*HT
!CHOICE MUSIC-BY -
THE CASINO INTERNATIONAL
Sditrected by the
AMESTtO QUESNEL DUROSEAT





S'-,.CENTRE- D'ART NOTICE '

N-te To Art Connoisseurs
*ik"e CENTRE' D'ART is open ALWAYS da3l3
S'from 9 anm to 12:30 pm -
trom 2:30. pm to -5:00 pm

i:;-And. Sunday -1' appointment.

P '-e rmanent exhibition. hang 'ou the _gallery's .SeieoaIl u ?oic,
d-a ".curreintlshow hangs inmthe. galery's first floor,
.- Er$tols with-an appreciation.f. art will be reward-
* bvisitifig. tte Art .ente- -
.. -i"'c.e la Ji-esi.lio"
DED IN,.194".'."- .- de la 1eo 'oioi,
m ;. "


'o Gitmo

k- sist vith rescue operations.
st Temporary ret airs were soon
S effected and flooded sectin.t-, in-
if eluding the engi.a room and :t1t
I- laboratory, were pt.r.ped out and
d the Haiti refloated..
n Concurrently 'r-ee:-ng:, WoiLd of
. the accident the Comnmander of
s- the Atlantic Fie::, c.rc(ted the
,7 Commander of th? CaLril bean Sea
Frontier to. assur.ne operational
control of the U'S Brougli and
to render assistant" ? to the dis-.
abled craft'. Frdm' Guant-inamo
the" commanderr of- Search and
S-escue CoPliol '.dtspiclehld a US
Navy tug, the-'US- 'Utina to the
rescue.t 0 -ta.M30 TiUrsday
the- Haitx left Jer'c,? in*ov. fnr
reairus at" Guantaniao NaVy
.Base': -
SExtent..of darnma to the ljl.
was not mmediatelv detrrrmined.
but prompt action. by the US Na-
vy saved the ves e' from e.,ten-
sive damage.
IThe. MS HATL formerly ile
US.S.. YP-583, a cr.nverted Navy
Patrol Vessel,. wa.s ccinppeA Ias
a. floafihg laboratory ,It carri'id
vaccines and X- ry facilities for
use inzan anti-Taurc,,losis cam-
paign in Southern Haiti. The sJhip
was enroute to Jeromie in con-
nection with this campaigng, co-
operatively orgat.d 'd by- the-Jfai-
tan-Ameican, ruborc'ilsigs' As-
.ciation and prAiect "IE DICJ's
Staff at Jeremie's t:. 'Antoite
Hospital. Its Mastc-,T ir.l M
Van Diviere, is director o" .,t I@
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TB association imn- 'perdtes thejnother vessel ri Jeremie, the6
.IATI for them. MS SPITFIRE, .-in S5, Tao! yacht,
The HATE was 'Lted out by the which was donated the gr',ut
North Carolina Tubereaulosis As- by its former Ame.iLan owner.
sociation, which toeltner wil, Among the groai abnvid the
the Haitian-Ameritan Tuberculo- HATI when its troubles began
sis Association ani MEDICO re- was Mr Homer Page, an Ameri
presents an impcriart exam:,'e can journalist, wvho is covering
of what private philanthropy is the anti-Tuberculos's c'nnpaign
d6ing to combat health problems for U.S. newspapers and minga-
*n Haiti. The sane group ihas zines.

ROVING AROUND THE WORLD
(Conttnued from page 11 day occurrence, and there is h ar-
20 miles from the Czecneslo\tov dly a bit of jimisf-, mountain
ian border. For 1l,' hours the pass. plain, savannah or oiier
L.nd-Rover plougned, w,.Uowed border of barb-irism left herehee
and splashed its way over-appah'- a Land-Rover has not left its
lingly rough grao'il; m' ai fnd tracks.
Water in the opeic' -t coal iTines. ". s,
it then towed :rec- another rival A fleet of Land-Rovers was used
vehicle which had becom.,.b9- to with an immense tra's-
ged- dwin in -thearly stagesbf 9PO a group
the trial.>.The. Yuning .;offci headed:-.b Yo ...Ainsouiue on
werd amused but duly impressed tropialisa of Porguese
Timor,d500ulirymilsntpmseDar7
by.. thf Lafid-RoVer s extra mno- Timor, 500 -air .iles frtm Dar
bilit.- The speed tests v.-hih fol- svin'and within 10 degrees. of.the
lowe-. clinched the deal and Ba- Equator. In that isolated spot in
,varian State Mining Co. ordered. the Indian Ocean. in an atlno-
This represents a mnaior break- sphere of green jungle and dark
through in ,a territory :.tiff with nned -nitives, they' went in
competition froji ("enrnh and' search..,of .Black Gold bil. In
other companies. Tinor there is-no suc.nthing as
There are certaihlv no civilh- a sealed taknac road, just ro'gh-
d 'countries whre.the sight ",of ly cleared buffalo. tracks, which
a. Land-Rover is not. ll -every nd tr ro. re'Sn "tt


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of La- S-alle University, higher
Accountainy-working, for C.PA.
Degree, offers his services- to
he. commerce.
For complete'informationd conu-
tact No..12, Blelle Waag,' Port
aT Prince, Haiti.


.1.


up 06e sides -mof stains, Ilhru-
valleys, across ziver":and creeks'
and .along beactbps, straight
through the heart of ihe jungle.%.
During the ".v;t' '.eas'p, iet
monsoonal ains transfbi6-rh'm these
tracks into avenue-. of. mud and:
slush, often two feet deep andr
strewn -withh..inssishs bpgdiirs.-
,['des of track are obliterated or
just plain, washed away. Lan..
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AUTO-S. A.. .
360 Ave. J. J. Dessalines TeL: 3134 27712 Rovers did tbe 'ob I c -rry1ng
'.-" -.. -" -the crews t' o a'n...f'om'..ihe oil
rig site, carry rocks and lumber I
FRIDAY NIGHT. from the jungle back to the camp1'4
Sfor building, brc'glIt in thel c-iadr
classes df .cattle destined for Itbe,
coeI*a e. In (A t.wijytlr A.i'
FAMOUS CREOLE BUFET: .8 P.M. scoukgt, they. did just about ay-
4 NATIVE FLOOR SHOW 9 P.M. thing and everything.
SDANCING TO THE MUSIC OF THE "and-Rover does .-he jib0'
CASTEL COMBO UNTIL 12 P.M. everywhere -. every time...C6ur-
), tesy '6f AUTO, S.A, 360 Avenue..'

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1







AY APRIL 29th, 1906:'


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ff the.Telediol
-How about that straw-hatted, bespectacled Haitian gentleman
ld l around In a racing sulky with a Palomino pony. between
.I; sbajts? Who IS he? and WHY? -Sparring partners for iunchl
1cks, Bill Steed and Pat Weekly, are at it again now that Pat
4;back. in town. Bill swears he ordered a pizza every day for
Pat during his absence, and .now he thinks it's Pat's turn to pay
me -checks. -Fidel Pereira has added insult to injury with a
-rewcut. well, they'll both grow in. time, or both yield to the
filette.. -Sanq Ferber's back in town, after everyone said he'd
I.er d6 it. That's our boy, Sam. -Man, how-I'd love to be in
Lbilrg when Jolicoeur hits town! I mean to get the real story,
st hand. -I hear the ,departure of a number'of USOM people
the Grace Line showed up some coolth arnong the ranks, there
ing two separate parties on board one fun afi the thlier,
stuffy! -Looks like they're going to have to do something
out getting the cars thru inspection, or some of us working
obs are going to be left-overs... the line every day "runs Irom
ba4-entrance to the Traffic Department to the back end of Cite
-. 'Whose got the time? -Big American corporations who oper-
lte'in foreign lands sure lave some odd-ball troubles. F'rinstance,
r. India foreign, executives have a choice of getting a driver's
censes or signing up as incurable alcoholics (the stuff is taboo
India); so the company has to provide them all with private
iauffeurs. -The visiting carnival show opened at 4 o'clock
-aster Sunday, and the heavens opened an hour later. Guess who
'? The same rain made a swimming pool out of Rond Point
th the vagabonds coining tnoney pushing stalled cars. Ronnie
nwas the first car up on the sidewalk, in front "of the Rendez-
jus door where Ronnie' was headed to drown his sorrows. -Lil-
in Bolte is'in the thr6ts of rededorating their new house in Willy
Lmotte's Village. -Mary and Andre Espere are back in wown
vacation from Florida. They both seem to have been dining very
rle. -Well, the rains have come and so has the sea of mud;
kretching 'from Martissant" aong the boulevard back into Rue
mericaine, etc. Twould seem- thdt there ought to be a few bucks
und to put into new sewage sy-tems. Anyhow, the mud give
ployment to b a number of laborers who are busily pushing
ti' invaluablebe top sil back into the sea. -The N.Y. Times,
d-cea ;uth.72-hour Steel'Drbailk which began April. 10th in the
B., as a'masterpiecp of .te.kamwork in all directions, including
ing. Reads like. fiction.' -Note -to Bob Tippenhauer: tha day
er. finished bragging tod you abqut my tires not having had
ipuhcture inm wo' eiS I had one and the day after that,
noi.er l guess the honeymoon is over, 'Bob. -Isn't it about
me:Guy DWosier showed up to give the home town a treat?
hlar. his recordings, but no news of the man',himself. I miss
im too; don't you? I miss his brother August&e.too, but I"also
s the dough I logned him. Ah, well. Never againi- I always say.
... : KAY MAJOR


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la 1 Forbpgn' Corporation will
By require-the services of a
PRODUCEION-
BISERIN'!ENDENT

Candidates who must be will-
gto' undergo a period of train-
Soverseas ,and be fluent in
rench, Creole and fEn g lis h
Iould possess the following qua
cautions:

'A)-Excellent organizing abil
i ty
)--Engineering Background
--Good disciplinarian
--Industrial experiEnce
)-Ability to handle' and su-
pervise labor. -

Applications and curriculum
tae should be submitted in t'n-
ish giving full details and
es -of two references to P.O.
x 433 Port au Prince.
" : .: "-- .'


50-Bed Dispensary-
Hospital Planned
For Leogane

'The project. of a building, ot
the community basis, of a dis-
pensary-hospital-of 50 beds at-Le-
ogane undertaken by the leaders
of Public Health Administration
Minister Dr. Aurele Joseph and
Under-Secretary of State Lucien
Daumec is meeting with more
adhesion in private sectors.
The plan- and costs were gra-
ciously made by the Society of
Construction DEROT. The effort
of the community permitted to
assemble some materials locally
on the construction site. Gdes.
30,000 have been collected by the
different personalities of the
town. The Haitian-AmericVn Su-
gar Company (HASCO) has of-
fered to assure the transport of
construction materials from the
Capital to Leogane.


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modernes. II mord. en biais et ,r
grice a son profile i
C-E-N-T-R-E O-U-V-E-R-T, ,
il se nettoie autbmatiquement.
Ainsi,vous obtenez une traction ,'-1
constant. II vous cote *':
moins de temps, moinsde travail. ,
et moins de carburant.:; i
Allez le voir encore aujourd'hui
chez votre dealer Goodyear. 4F

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IL Y A DES PNEUS GOODYEAR POUR CHAQUE ROUE DE LA FERME
259-F .


'. HAITI SU N '' AGE i
FRIDAY. EARTHQUAKE CAUSED
TENSIVE DAMAGE IN NORTH 7. scl"our ;.d ,Sae
earthquakes that shook Cap Haitien.--- Grande Riviere du Nord.-
arly fiaty minutes after The small house of Mme Flo- The houses of MM.. Clovis 1
on Good Friday caused iency Vereus; a part of the cent, Necker Narcisse, Alphodiae
damage to homes, house lived id by Pauline Paul .Jn. Rene, Erankel Joseh anidi
barracks, schools and and the roofing of the .Jean Lu- the ladies Hercule Placide, kMe
mental buildings in North ciani's Shop fell down. The house cedes Casimir," Ley St. Villa i
was fire to six intensity of the Commander of the Depart- xilius Almonor, LW Lafortune.
Meralli scale and the m4nt and those of Mis. Clara the -Widow St. Slain Guerrier
make, thd second of the And Carmen Andre were damag- NMM. .Germain Desrosiers "RUie
id ten seconds according ed. Massilon Kavolte; the Cathol4H1
nation furnished by Fa- Acul du Nord.-- and Adventist chsu rh-es ar
ineider director of the .The Caserne and the local of cracked in certain parts. -
iry of the Petit Semi-
Martial.
Haitien at least one FOR SALE
as hospitalized by fail- "
r and rocks in the Jean Steel desk- for sale. See, HAITI SUN Avenue Marie JfiT n'
establishment. (Cite Dumarsais Estime). -
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S U N Sunday APR"I 1st., 1962
S U N


Voyages par...


AIR PRANCE
BOEING ET CARAVELE.. .- a EmU.EUMRS '* LE US GRAND RESEAU DV MONDB
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'Notes -From FIRESTONE


.Tnnis court sign: "If Ladies'
; Shorts Become Ai' Shorter,
.Thbey Won't Be Allowed Any
-qanger"
l^ .. xx "

-Big-FIRESTONE tire sale now
on... Buy -now! We'll --pay yu.
, for the t unused mileage on vouq.
?-'present tires. You need new .tires
tt-.'., prevent dangerous skids on
sth& roads -in the rainy season.
.-e.very. size anid type' in stock;
-.:speciiat"prices for-sets of two or
N4our.. Comr in' and see. how little
divingn. '.=pdace of niind" costs.

ss.'x ,- xx

b-' e -American Women's Club
aiti has--. informed us 'thpy
iAi&ve changed the' date of next'
-Month's meeting because of the
Il .days. The:-new date is May
i. Wednesday, ,3 pm at-the '-
SjoziWUMe-Club. This is be .an-
'ai ong.tmnmeeting' soQ they're
IDg" forrd to a, .big.4u ia
:,eiect, nh 0 officers, vote 'on 'a
project, Wind. up this: past
affairs and get. se-t'

I. e .. -' "1
yearv .


-.'
Club (NOT A.W.C.!) treaw .#r.
htrodcing her report: "I want
-1o be' sure you understand that
V s:exact-tgigres I use are only-

XA ....

'V atheit Dayis coming ij'anb
1ii', t.ouhthe date -in the t.
and'the'dote here -in' tait tLe


not the same, the sentiments
the same.'But having sentimenL'!.
not enough. One likes to trans-
late it into a tangible form. Here
t- FIRESTONE we are primed'
to help you' do just that. Beau-
tiful gift items especially suit-
able for Mother have been com-
ing in and our Mothers Day
.ent will start two weeks be-
fore Mothers" Day in Haiti, which
is Sunday, May 27. Sale starts
Monday May 14th. Special mer-
cfidndise, special prices, wide
assortnient. The best items will
go first, so .hop early.
xx .

SOMETWINGs rFOR NOTHING!
We have a new pamphlet for
you, giving instructions on bow
-to make things with TFOAMEX.
no cost or- obligation,

SFOA .E 'Ipar. rubber is one
af the, oqt: sftifking upholster-
.4ni mgeea&p to work with be-
ebf :hqn you inis d-. the job
it looks professi-nal. Not- onl,'
that, 'but it feels professional tbo.
rItMl ?especi aUy.-good for this clil-
iatf beputse, it holds its .shape;-
is sanitary does not attract
-bugs or mildew; bi above all,
is---eomforta'ble "-"

We have. mi1lded' cushions for
tounge chaira.- ,nd FOAMEX
sheets one ,i'ih :t$i.1, also two
chesss thick Sin. stoc.' The sheets
can be.,-eas& gldEOl-Agether for
:w.eater. thicIless.

Come in and'gpt the pamphlet
"-,you'll find. it" irifistinzr andl


ANC a I-- ^ ROO- GARDEN
at,


-MICHUL DESGROTT85 M siM -
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TOURIST 'GDE ASSOCIATION
For the t .,Ot their School In cow tructton,
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Orchestra


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: THE SINGING COUSINS

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well illustrated to make it- all
very clear. Even if you have no
project in mind, get tour pam-
phlet now and file it .awv.y intil


you wait Ht.


cxx


BIG FIRESTONE TIRE SALE!


Buy now!


.X X,X


Life is a 'grindstone: Whether
it grinds you down or polishes
you up depends on what you're
made of.


TIDE LOTTERY Gi
The Lottery TIDE patronized
by the Firm Procter N. Gamble
and represented in Haiti by Jo-
seph Nadal & Co. has obtain Na-'
lion-wide success.
Prizes of transistor radios, Ko-
dak cameras, battery rasors,
men aud ladies watches french
werfumes, etc., etc., will be dis-


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New York Times
Newswoman Visits
Ruby Ilart. Philipp, veteran
correspondent of the New York
Times in Cuba, and now cover-
ing the Caribbean -visit Port au
Prince this past week.

- Miss Philipp whose third book
an.'.Cuba is now in the hands of
the publisher said this was her
tfi-st. working visit to Haiti since
194-, 'when she interview Presi-
dent Dumarsais Estime and re-
'called that Poet Jean Brierre
was her. interpreter at the Na-
tional Palace-at that time.

Miss Phlipp in the early, days
of the 26 ef July movement in
fCuba -was sent. under condition
of great- danger an orchid that
Fidel Castro had a bearer from-
his Sierra Maestra stronghold
deliver to her in the wellknown
Times office in Hlabana.



Rotarians Give Blood

nize, Mrs Denize and members
of 'he staff.

The doriors were: Jean Sorel,.'
Jean-Claude Nadal, Jacqi s Tor- e
chon,-..Claude' Fequiere, Ed Mc-
Gmuk,-Elias Cassis, Clifford
Brandt, Ernst Avin, Alex- Tanix, 4
Re'ne Martin, Sharnnon Yarbor- 4
iqugh, Bobby Powell and Guy S.
Martin.

1Th%, donation is in keeping with .
the. high aims of Rotary Inter-
national helping others and
r lIding bridges of friendship. ,
The- local club received its4
ibarteF'on March 26th at a pre-
sentation dinner given at Hotel
lCastelhalti, with many visiting4
Rotarians from abroad. Since
that date, there have "been pa.
lumber of new members taken
into the new club. It is to be
expected that the Rotarians will 4
.contribute a great deal 3f goode
to the loca community, as Ro- 4
tarians do in all lands.


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AINS POPULARITY
tribute to the winners.
The first drawing will tal
place on April 30 at 8:15 p.ri
over RADIO-HAITI. With only
cover of the box of famous sol
powder TIDE, you have a cha
ce. -This lottery will have thr
drawings monthly during t
summer.


unique Medico-Chirurgicali

5, Rue Oswald Durand Phoile 389*
Port-au-Prine', Haiti

Dr. Fritz AUDOUIN
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Dr. Simphar BONTEMPS
Surgery I
Dr. Rene DECASTRO
Pediatrics
Dr. Oreger JEAN-I4OUIS
Obstetrics Gynecology
Dr. Victor LAROCHE
-Internal and Tropical Medicine
Drs. Jean. M. VERLY and Antony CAMILLE
Urology
Dr. Leon LAROCHE
D6ntist
Mr. Yves LESCOUF.LAIL
Medical Laboratory
Mr. Jean FOUCAULT
Biochimist,.


CONSULTATION:
7:00 to 8:00 A.M.


4400 to 6:00 P.M.


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noyelist, and author- of "Dr. Zhi- Port au-Prince, Haiti "WI.

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