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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."

Record Information

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:
AA00015023:00116


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SWeekly

,Every
; Sunday

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S PORT-AU- ING t IT Aveuii Marj-eanie Ci DURIIAUIS ~,J STJME -
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St. Marc Prefect Dies


At Cabane Choucoune

Felix Douyon Given Nationial Funeral Here .

SMr. Felix Douyon,.- the;, iPrefect Douydb died suddenly
Jrefect of St. Marc and pu- i le attending'a party at C(
blisher of/the. Artibonit4 bane Choucoune St. Pierre's Day
newspaper "'La Masse" t eits the Patro.' Saint of Petionville.
given a National Arounda; amni r Douyon va
on July 4th,. "" racked by a deepc'.ugit and h
I retired, to the Gentlenian's rTor
Swher.ife -was discovered. dea
SSulmmer Art Class W > niinutes later; according
b his companions, '
A. App l The -Nationa1, funeral, spr ic
-At Ceaniiic Center for thid ap celebrated
S : ie Cathedral ia iqUe otr
-Dua~ ~dne We sday a~ftinbono.
.ljarhnops were riendere
P, a" ecom ipany .. of the Arme
Vorek q nd 'ai -corndpny tof i
.l tiaa of 'tb e-Nationt l P
S *W e- .
.Grave side etqIogies, were mad
|by. ,Me. Michel Aubourg,. Secr
.wr General of .the Departmei
f Interior and Depu(y .of Sai
An" Arn6!x Louis-Jeune.





SiUn oVerhs
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!Parents develop. the sensitlJity "Something odd ha upe

ioad the imagiiatioi of your at the Lycee du T in
t children eSiol itm at].thelYMu-, iuantenalrle, on the morm
em school 'o Ceraitues .of -the ing of July 3", ."Le: Non
general Nvision of. ationial elliste" ..r ep o rte d thi
dupation (DGEN) situated at week.
Ave. Marie Jeanne Cite de 'Ex- During the history exatn fo
opostaon No. 4Lt ..- ie "Philo:' according. to th
iDevoted. an o .' ,mpt ii tteac .evemnng daily a student fell'froi
hers sthff the school; Artists La :his desk 'shouting and sh'akin
oardr Cedor Tiga, Prosperi, Vi- with -is. imbs maedng, convul
(Cbntinued ot page 11) ire moime'nts. The student .wa
Switch. difficulty transported to, th
General. Hospital to be treated.
'S- rant e Stot'e 'To the -amazement of the doe
: l c ~ors i when they undressed hir
n Au Cap o give him a needle they tour
his under-wear and pockets fu
SP CFrdani Oap Haitieu,_ a real if "poule", teiits of Ardouin, lN
~lpeseente de fien" is re- !iou, St. Rlmy and other Haitia
6rtaed to have been niade historians.
&i:, Rue 13 .where. a siclo In the meantime, the student
j%).-d' suddenly' feil into .a covered arid became the laug
0Soma, nenspaperg in tle -ig stock of the assistance, it
$aptal reported this week. es "Le Nouvelliste".
The police raid came about
vhen after the child had fallen '
to a coma;it; was disclosed that.
neighbor -not really trusted-- H 'S
om. EXPERIENCE TODAY
The police were called in, and A gala fund raising eV'e
d geudo "child eater" (man- ng for the MRN opened
u d enfant), arrested, m ade last night at the Ca&si
complete confession which she ,s Caraibes with four
lhaer retracted, The sick girl's he leading orchestras
."reints are. now menaced by a hie Republic providing co
ukrii'bit'fo defamation. I (Continued on page 16


S:un .:



ione 201 ,- Vol Sunday JULY 8th1963?


Haiti Zoologist's ParadiseSSp. i

.Of Unknown Frogs Linacve


Ti- ursten Bioleist Leads Searbh Partyee
To S U.S f species of frogs hretoforq unknown to
Shave been- discovered in.ali ding the Jhat twO ,
Ent.rtlites by .a three-man team of biologistss fro the Unit|
y States-In aadditio, 'the tean' has capture. anxi tJf
- U. S. Ambdisas"ador, B lyrare tree fiog (Hlyta (bte5pri)ni#---y t iN
V, mond L. Thurston ans d. .' ")" ". r%
American :Embassy's C9- specimiens.'have:,come to light, all f then iithel
is mercial Attadce, Mr. 1irua Repulic-ad Mft ra type of Mat u 0al
ie lentin,.E. Blacque made het (Wetmorena' iin).- .H,.aki )
m. first 6.f several panim Tha eoami, headed by -Dr ., our work 'lo o
d tours of 4merican busi e s 'berti;Schw`art z biologist w ooi "gy~ ? ".a'.
ig enterprises in mhiti on *jy Proerly. taught t caAbi rf' riC Adordingto Dc .
. rd. .i eg- i Kotiig, "Penltylvapia; 'Haiti ,has, the* a i
:e ..lying- i .a,,,...~ Ai gc C- and 'sponsored by the Natiif.lf :of endenic hbiS' Ia
it 47, Ambassador Thurst.n ,an iee Fdindai on, has _b ,.eq : n'. tn
e lMi. Blapque visited two..of:the engaged .for eight years Lq.4, .an'.d ,I- 'V,
SNorth's majbE pivdte jmerican -pcts t:Uie e.e gaged for.6 Ha Ct
d oncersPlantatitb. Duplip .t mgre) ,'..''an xhaustive, s .. ..
?d P-Eaeton and lhe CitadeUlf tie es tties with a:sec- i i
e. at Detc. ., ondar. enlphs'b bri i
i- The A keriPnlzr 'Aibasiraqdfr:,oAe- aitian phase' cit te investfga,4-
0cribed,,thie purpose. of-.this idio6 p13eglun' o Jdne 20;.,,wi coni-
le: sbsequent .tours-:-"To. be.o e.. tinue'.:-thloni, the.: summer rid
e fiiar wi.th the. role played.by resume some -time, nest y.ear,. i i
nt (Contiued .o page "Haoti' .a bzoolotgist's .Iar-- :thit i
at .... 4 -'.j dise," says. Dr.. Schwai.t. ,We: 4A
HS eat terS haive sited 6 isla.pds
..i ..-Jean ,and..-Francho' ..bean, and we have .olle-' icapped
Ltidecke won the' Gordon tennis .edaabiot 23;000 anptiHias'a'r -.ddaatif ndoi
*.up by beating their father's reptiles and more :than 5,000 scheduled 'to takd .place'-Tud d
douard Baker and Wilhem. Lu- :sirds., Bt'we eped.t bur;sty .in .uulyI at 2 4aiLPo
:ecke: 6-1; 6-3, 6$4; at.the f.Tr- Hati t.o be one 'of te woset..ep 2ePaistes, d P .de
,(Con ined on, page 12) citihg and profitable, periods Th. "' ..s.#""" 'a'rt
:oly' hi .. ..'. ,1 "e .'
.. .rea--- ng re'tingrQ ip,.
S. osis ". bof' ; '
Tourist Driver GQuide o years. s-
I- ho runs the "potP (O
- care of Pott'd ca i
- with only thebt' l ic
- I'ss Bradshawi'wellioniti i.
s The death of "Ti-Big'. figre during.the electoral cam- the Northwest and in mliecia
Eclesiasite Jean-Lord &ii is aaign of 1946 and the, Presidency circles' inHaifti fr her. uirelenil
Dr .es lt of a freak accidentt if, ,the Late Dumatais.'Estime ing bathe to assist tle heedy and:
e 'the eitelias road a fort- (ontine on page 5) sick.
nfi ht ago Jhias used ge.-
g eal mourning in the ranlrk .. -
s-of the Chauffeur-Guides .
Association, ..of which he Sand Cavf Mi n-MAa klaMnd "hon in ,"


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was an outstanding memb-
er.and. ini Tourist,- cltoles
where he was known well.
Ti-Big was driving his big pale
green Packard down the Delmas
when he accelerated to pass an
"Tutomobile going in the sarpe
direction one afternoon 2 weeks
igo. The manoeuvre brought hip
-ear left wheel against the is-
land separating the two Iane
highway and threw thie Packard
ut of control across the oppos-
te lane and into an oncoming
camion loaded with concrete-


blocks.

The impact of the Packard
",ainst the red truck was terri-
"c Both vehicles were badly
angled and driver Ti-Big was
extracted from the wreck in piti-
fll shape. He struggled at the
'"nspital to live for nearly a fort-
night.
"Jean-Lord was a welllmown


,w q ,u r .* *w ,,,,'. ,AW *, g ., 1 0...
S Effjjtjec t; Of Weather 'H .,.
-, r I, A, .
Sand'Oare, (Les jrois) a reef inth 'nmiddle .ofPott au Princ's,
bay'built up several years ago as as possible tourist attractiq 'with
'-estaurant and bar facilities is slibwiig the:effects if the weathet'.-
The hundreds of tons of gravel and concrete that 'went into build-',.
ig up the high point of the reef into, an island are graduallyx!
c-rumbling urider the constant lashingof seas. But .the island still' "'
(Continued on page 5)'











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PAGE 2 HA I TI SU

Mrs Clant
IIn Haiti This Weekent of the P
dation of W
By AUBELIN JOLICOEUR red here e
S***Mrs. Bella Malinka, a well known ballet ;.isit the orgi
teacher from New York arrived here this week dation is int
with her son Ivan Barry Dall 11 to teach at the MEDICO in
i-atliei-.,e w*urniam School of Dance. Bella is Vincent Scho
childrenn run
a teacher at the High School of Performing Art th n
er Joan; th
SNew York, the only school of its kind in the Hospital bull
U.S. where" children get academic as well as ind Mrs. L
professional technics. Only gifted children are Deschapelles
admitted there. They are two hundreds: stud- 'ital building
etnts from 14 to 18 in the department of dance. The regulations pe whie
iand studies are nearly as rigid as from the Bolshoi Ballet school of line'Braash
I.; .oscow. Mrs. Malinka is entranced with the charms of the coun- 'ize4 Field
.try. She will spend a few months here. Pix "and
:**The new Director-District and Sales Managef of Pan Am -'le of Cancer
here Mr. William Robert McElhannon and Lional d'Adesky look which' the P.
like twins. Do not got mistaken. Mrs. Ginette Sendral d'Adesky, Madeleine Sy
.[he 'beautiful Lionel's wife thinks that this resemblance is very ,X-' set.
'Mrs. Claudi
confusing. .ed- e Hosp
: ***Ensign Pierre Lassegue of the Coast Guard arri,.ed this week Jeemnie.whe
Sfiom a ~x month'studies in the U.S. He studies maonine repair- ipbrating fro
;T ents at theU.S. Naval Training Center of San biiego, -California tu'rdy: She; i
'for four months and has completed, satisfactorily after seven weeks pelles today
he requirements of the doursein' basic convetsatioria Etglish .home in twn
uder the-Military Assistance Program. Lieutenant Pierre Lasse Mr. Igor J
.is a Doctor of motors graduated' from Chicagq. ~''. .his wife RutI
'*,i**Dr. Myron Gershberg, a young psychiatrist from New York i.rpbrt Thurd
d his pretty wife .Naomi, alsq a psychiatrist arrived here .this ,M6ore, Progr
Shee t USAIDs
ek for a three day visit and made their outings, in -company 'JAID.
t oMr. Javrots
*with Buyer Lawrence Segall from New-Yotk and "synipathique" rancs
'ife Joan. a teacher. They were joined here by Jerry 'Perrone the State Dep
here: Mr. William Robert McElhannon and Lionel d'Adesky look assistantt to
f'othe, New Electric Service called Dial Dictation./ he program
M:; rr. James d. Du Pont, a plastics Manufacturer from Ster- Mr. Nicola
.' tuft' 'frOid?
lfig,.New Jersey and his charming wife Violetta and his "ravim Haiti arrived
4Ante" daughter plaudette sailed here on board of the SS. Arthe- it hi
is for a 7 da visit. They are current, guests at the El Rancho. 1haw Genera
'atzdette who just finished High School is an excellent dancer. haxldbag divi
,7i .Gpy Baron married Ghislaine Jolly on a ceremony held at an Handbag
.. ... Chu livbdon of -t
Ste ITherese Churh in Brooldyn:.on June 25 at 11 am. Arsene on of
B ;Gi y'G brother was the Best Man and Miss Renee Jolly, e poration.
'We are go
e's sister was,the,Matron of honor. A reception took place pletely' new n
one's home.'t ;232 Lincoln Road, Broqokyn and thbe. happy nv American,
t.-.went ;to W a Gallicia for .the honeymoon. Italian",
;. s--Ha 1962, 'Evelyn Miot and her .mother~ -:IV r n&i r a a a-
w..to Mami this week. Miss Haiti Will participate to the cho :
s Universe Contest in Miami Beach. She wAs seen,.off by the
it stern of Tourism, Mr. IViclor Nevers Constant who organized
:.sudcessfqUly the Paramerican festival-lasf year ahd'the Direc-
i"of Tounisim Mr. Jean-Ja.ques fIonorat. '
."Engineer -Richard Bennet Knight, his wife Sara, his lovely
pdghter Brbaa Ann .17 and son Richard B. Knight, Jr. 13. stop "
ked here this week on a .swing .tbrugh the' Caribbean. obbibe'r i
fishing 'her High Schopl at Needhaii Broughton School of Raleigh.
'North Carolina. She "paints and :is ai excellent daicer.
-' %NEW


.A ,A J^ CARGO

SYou know' I

S k's a really far in
SScoXtc when i.t's I

JOHNNIE / \ LUxuR
roH .0 WALKER PA0

FOR IN

NNNIE WALKER
:am ji.k A #Wag -


i IWIVEr .Agitt: PONEI, S. D'ADESKY.


N SUNDAY JULY 8th, 1862


dia Marsh. Presid-
ublic Welfare Foun-
ashingioi, D.C. ar
early this week to
anizatidns her Foun-
ierested in, namely
Jeremie; the Saint
ol for Handicapped
by her friend Sis-
ie Albert Scweitzer
t and run by Dr.
Larimer Mellon in
and the new hos-
g of the "House of
t will be dedicated
id run by Miss Ca-
iaw of the Unevan-
s Mission. of Port
the Natonal Le'g-
, presided by Mrs.
.W.F. gave a deep
Ivain Bouchereau to

ia Marsh has visit-
ital St. Antoine of
re the MEDICO is
m Thursday to Sa-
ik going to Descha-
and will continue to
x. She makes her
at the Oloffson.
john Javrotsky and
h were met at the
iday by 1 Mr. Ale.
'am Officer'of the'

sky who'came from
o as an Official of
apartment will be an
Mr. Alex Moore in
planning.
s'Stern, minufac-
Miami Beach and
this week in com-
Associate Mr. Gus
i Manager of t:re
sion of the, Carib-
gs Co which is a
e. Caribbean Shoe,

ing to create cdm-
larket with Haitian
material combined
Gus Shaw sail..
the'Hotel 'El Ra i-


lontana Hotel has a new Pr?- '.eroy, the Dominican Sn Ik
-:rnt-operator, Mr. H. NlMrra. dancer Cecilia Colon rnd th: in
.aber who inaugurated th* ternationally known artist Ro-
mmer Season Friday with an drigue Scott. The newly founded
,forgettable party, attended by orchestraa Les Blousons Noirs is
'iaitian Officials, diplomats' and a very exciting one and has no-
prominent' businessmen. .thing to envy its predecessors:
The program included a show Mr. Andre Dupoux, the Ass:it
v ith the best artists of the Na- ant manager must be given cre-
tional folklore group; the Haitian t for his courtesy toward lh'ii
Elvis Presley, sThger' Jacques guests.

Time takes on a rosy hub '.


The Movado sapphire crystal Rel 2654,
gleams with a rare brilliance.. "The oval look"
Its hardness is surpassed goldlfgure'dial
only by that of the diamond.
You will cherish your
Movado which offers you a ..
precision thrice triumphant Ref. 148, .
in three years (at the official minlalure move-
Swiss Observatory at' matidg1d t .1 8*. ...: "..,
Neuchatel). goldgdial/.






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: SUNDAY JULY 8th, 1962


''HAITI SUN''


U

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Cric Crac!

HOW
MALICE
HELPED
BOU Q UI
AND WON
A PRIZE


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u;Once upon a time, 'Malice and Bouqui were working,'in theit
:'Id (Malice was doing the surveillancece) when a passing "hab-
1itant" pulled up his bourrique and shouted.
."Compere Malice, compere Bduqui, you hear the news?"
% Bouqui dropped his hoe and Malice clambered to his feet, and
they both ran to hear.
S"Ca ou- gagnin? What's the news? Is the King- dead?".-. :
'.'No" the peasant said "He is too alive. 'He has stage acan
tt for the Carnival. Whoever tells the1 biggest lie will win the
:ggest cow you ever sav and enough clairin to last for a year."
iBouqui's eyes were glazed, his lips hung open:
'When the habitant had gone on his way after exchanging a few
ore bits of "tripotage" with 'Malice,yBouqhi still "wore his far-
look. ,
'."Ah" he said with touching wistfulness, "I wish I could vin the
-e. But it will take a good lie to in."
Malice did not answer, but sat thinking fir a long time.' Then
said "Compere Bouqul, you are my friend. We work together,
eat from the same table and our children are as brothers. I
o would like to win the clairin and the cow. But I cannot eat
Icow by myself, and I don't drink too much clairin. You are
gger and stronger than 1; You need the food and drink to keep
,n working..s hard. as .yu.do '' .
'.Yes its ori, know all that."' Bpqui inteuted' antifpat
; ~. Yes .... -' % .; .. i '
g a reveation of a 'sceme .to vin i.f6 prize.
"...So I will tell. you how to win.the ptize." Malice continued.
first, when all the contestants gather in the courtyard of the
'alace, and tell their lies, say anything Your mother died twice
ir your father is a zombi and let the others strain their heads
sinking of good ones. Then, wheq .the group starts to leave and
you have to cross the little gutter at the entrance to the courtyard
:Suddenly jump in the air and say:
"Maman! I stepped on a fish!"
SBouqui was delighted with the idea. He spent the day'rehearsing;
.and for the next two weeks studied three hours a 'day with Malice
.o as not to forget the plan;
SOn the day of the big contest all the world met at the Palace.
e king was there with his wife and daughters, all dressed in
the most ornate robes and carrying an enormous, sceptre.
.All the nobles were seated around him and 'the entire court was
in holiday regalia. '
':iThen the herald announced: "Ti Jean, the champion liar of
Rente Boudin."

Ti Jean said that long ago he had owned a dog and the dog
'had grown more clever each day, until one day he took the dog
kto the field and suddenly it' said: "You can't work today it's
'Vendredi Saint." He won a round iof applause and much laughter,
.then one by one the "centaine" of champion liars from all over
ine country told their "blague" and won cheers.
Bouqui told the one about his father being a zombi, and every-
:one shouted that it was no lie they could see that from the first
*'time they looked at him.
Malice said something completely "banale" and there was very
Settle applause.
SThen the Herald announced that the judges (the King and the
.. Prmne Minister) would retire, to decide in a few moments, and
asked the contestants to withdraw from the courtyard in the mean'-
S.hile.
As they crossed the little gutter, Bouqui slipped and his foot
lashed into the trickle of water.

S .-= t"


"Bon dieu!" he screamed at the top of his powerful voice.
; steppedton: a hai-pound "inulet '. *...
As the cheers and si:eams of laughter died away, Ma'lie~ sied
.udly and shouted:
"C'est vrai, I stiell it."
Malice won the cow and the clairin.

SW

'lme. LAVINIA WILLIAMS YARBOOUGH


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SA SPECIAL MlER COURiSE
BEGINNING JULY 2nd, 1962


: 1 P ssnis

2. Modern Ballet, '-
3.-Tap Dance
4.-iHaitian Folklore .
5.-Ballroom Dancing add special training in. VPas
de Deux", and COheaerraphy..

School located on the Champ de Mars, next to Rex Theater.
REGISTRATION DAILY FROM 8:00 a.m. to 0:00 p.m.
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Exploring Atwiak
(Contsuean *~nx.jel 1)
Mr. Kurt A. FISHER is ex':
ploring the chain of Arawak.
site in the Merger region, ear i
.eoane and coming~ a .colletion;
Re is also worldng qasa'ldy pLt
Henri Christophe ba.ed ie. '
materialss that include ; *Sci%
157 folio pages written bit .-=.
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THURSTON: TOURS'

(Contlnuea frbi n'page 1)

American private eqtepprise:
.'e domestic economy of Haiti':;;
indicating, at the -:..sme time.
*;at this wasman .important facr'
in the total picture of Haitian44
American economich relations. '...
SFirst atop .on tbp heles4ay -tp
"as, the PJantauon. aphinip,;.. a~e
of the wot-ld's largest sisal g.gw..
ing and.,processing plantatiols, .
which exBorts annually to E-uro:dI
pe and to there U.S. about.261i '
lions pounds.of fiber and-wr st. W
Approximately 3,500 workers a..2
carried on the company's-., DAPY'k
roll,, o that, counting.the work-.t:
ers' families, th enterprise pro iri
videos' support- *for nearly .20,000
persons in the North.
The" Citadel' Manufactuiing
Company has an annual volume .
of about one .million.,ollar hi; ~
sisal products, such as twine,i
rope and cprda. This. compan"J:"
dates from 19M whereas' thqil..,
Dauphin Plantation.. has exist.'d-'"i
fpr thirty-six years.

S u .'aace ': ed',. t:


osi tWA P"Ite er,
ation h anst be
private" enterprise, the
Government and te Haitian W I
ole." Ambassador.Thurston
likewise most .favorably imp
ed with .the positive contri
Lons this, American eiterpril
Snialdig, not only through 4s$
'ayroll, bIt also through a
'ry services In improving roaisi,^ZA
'rovidng hospital facilities atihd.;
npbrtiltle r edncatjln i da
adidnccment among its worker$ .:
Robert L. Petigrew, Coaunnel:i
Presideai d founder of tb4i;.
Plantation 'Dauphin has recenti'y '.
"ompleed a book O the history
of the Plantation which will ibei-.
welpomed as an' interetjng ,an I:..:
,almost unique chapter in the .
history of the economic' .levelp,- .
inent of Haiti by foi,'ign tnve.st,'
ment. (UMIS)
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V Biaok hardtop to excellent
cundction is up for sale as own-
er is leaving the country. Also
an almost new singer sewing '
-eihine wfi a. beautiful cabin-
ef.
Can be seen In the afternoons
at Major O'Neils on the Monta .
na Road across the street from
Malson 'Fortune Bogat.


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''HAITI' SUN''


. SUNDAY JULY 8th, 196


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S BY ROY TERRELL zech defense had been like a ihem elsewhere and Zilo, Ama- contender, the pencil-thin natio- nific
(In Sports Illustrated) -cat pane of shatterproof glass rildo, Tavares and Vava poured furrowed between the Andes and 'ei
For 250 million soccer players brown up before the goal, and through. he Pacific had been awarded tici
i. throughout the world,, and for perhaps no one. in the tourna- ie big tournament for good be- mi
:. millions of fans, the World Cup ment had performed with quite Amarildo scored first, on a vi- havior and, as host team did lar
is the World Series; he Olympic the diligence of the Czech goal- ciui.s lftiou'il klac from dif- not have to qualify. The selec- -b
games and the Davis Cup all keeper, a stubby, balding little ficult angle 30 yards out, and the tion of Child, said the FIFA, go- Czec
:rdHed into qne. Once every four acrobat rnmed Vilian Schroif. score stood at 1-1 until 24 mi- verning body of world, soccer, th
.years tlie 16 best national teams, In an early-rotind game Schroif utcs of the second alf. Then' ,s in recognition of the small co
i. survivors of a worldwide elimi- had stopped the Brazilians. But *Amarildo sent a soft, arching countries. It was not really ex- mn
'' nation tournament, meet to de- this time they assaulted his back rass across the face of the Cze:h pected that Chile would gain utl
Side which country really does line until it crumbled. Then they goal.. Schroif came out to inter- much recognition on the soccer "ngl
pi .lay the best soccer football, swarmed over. Schroif. cept, missed, and ,Zito thumped field itself. A
L a a Czechoslovakia. actually scored ihe ball in with his head. The in
Lastirst moving he ball into Bra final Btazillan goal was scored The 16 national teams in Chile loubl
first moving the.bnll into Bra:- final Bralian goal was scored
tiao, Chile they found out. With ere first divided into four-team switz
S"he great snowcapped petks ofH ill's territory with precise, short by Vayv 10 minutes later., A long
the great snowapped peas of passes to set up a close-in sho: hot bounced off Schroifs hands grups to play a round-robin -.
the Andes peering over the rim Josef Matopust aftere 14co mis n shodtvia Icked it in. By the schedule within each Eroup. Tie
SNational Stadium, and 75,000 lay.t t Brai me game ended, Schois winners and the four run-
,spctators 3 med ide the tan two ni.tes 'o tie' oi was hanging out so I. ers-up would then advance to
t:xswer turned out to be the than two MinUtes o te t hno ouse- i
ame that it had been at Stock game. The razilians all have looked like his necktie.
Solm in 1958:.,Brazil. .:ames, but the ,- ae er'y on T .championship match was
m in 19 Banes, so tey go' by nicknames 'ong ':assle lines. To 7 million C h a te l t d
- .The Brazilians, a bubbling instead: Vava, Didi, Zito, Lobe. h1leansv however this was not' Je t a e
band of assassins, beat stubborn 'The name that 'the..Czechs fear- ally the championship game at-
rCzechdslov4Xa& 3-1 in the final. ed most was Garrnha. Gar ri- 1. Thatia i occurred four days GARDEN PROI
%h-i. me. and' Won .pot only, the cha is a bo0-eg. .little bulllt earlierr when Chile met Brazil.
W Cup Id once again bt a vic- of a man IWo' lii a ur ed En- 'a.fact, the real story of the 1962 re Available Excd
a :o for the slashing South-Ame- gland upside -dwntin the quart World Cup was the amazing AU LINCOLN GR
i:rcahn style o.f play as well. Cz-e e-efinals n t repRq' the, oper- march of little Chile to the semi-
-R
'.hoslovakid .played as. Europe- )tion a isat sm al round and RIGAUD
.'ins have beeri playing i recent, tina" ,reund. iei nthew'W "an]dC- .u High Class Iceburg
year- methodically, carefully,' three and 6diiSn' 'hir dih 'hlle wasin the World Cup fin-
mR hceitrafang on ball control and onGarrincha, the Czechsstoe 1 group of 16 almost by chance. Strawberries, Broccoli,
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THE HAITIAN 'ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
'Editor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERIOB
Gerant-Responsable idAUOLAIR LABISSIERE
S ESTABLISHED IN ;50 Dear Editor
.r __ The Haiti Sun
EROSION AN ANCIENT BUT EVER En Ville
"; IM PORTANT STORr Dear Mr. Diederich:
"Behind the house a round hill, whose skimpy bushes In tk interest of truth and the
:' hugged the earth, resembled the head of a. Negro girl hiiman race I wish to review
here an article in Look Maga-
with hair like grains of pepper. Farther away against hie uly 3rd, 1t962 e entitled:
the sky, another mountain jutted, traversed by shin- 'Haiti, a Sad Sad Neighbor.':'
Sing gullies where erosion had undressed long strata of .ook Magazine advertises 7 mil- The Hait
..,rock and bled the earth to the bone. They had been ion guaranteed circulation, and l:it montf
i wrong to cut down the trees -that once grew thick up devoted five full pages..to the ar- Fr 647
'there. But they had. burned the woods to plant Congo ie' 'i a tons of su
Out English cousins' would call ro U-ed
beans on the plateau and corn on the hillside. e article balderdash but 'weo produced.
*': Bienaime got up and walked unsteadily towards the' possibly busier, hae- a couple -
Sfield. f three and four-letter words .-
; Dry weeds had invaded the bed of the stream. The for it.:, ,
wa .tercourse was cracked like old porcelain, slihay 'sith The -irit criticism isg that the ,
:otten vegetation. Formerly the wter had flower' fee- siibject-niatter has appeared in
"...ros w craced.. Le ol .pi sl te ArheA ican press i and juant '
Sly there in the sun, its rippling and its m1igingg like We Arhefican press a Jur ~
als fete' or five timneg. ald d' ...
.the soft laughter of- cutting knives. Then millet had ad if is a repetition of the
grown abundantly, hiding :the house from the road." same old theme, I it were true
These are the pungent words used.-by Jacq'jes Roumain in his -ve would have to' take it, but
novel "Gouverneurs de la Rose"' (1944)' that still aptly describe' iany statements which are.de-.
much of rural Haiti today. In virid prose Ioim:ania brings home .rogatory cannot be substantiated
the sorry state of much of oui' land that confines' to lose the and hurt the country andts
Sa people immeasurably. Tourists,
battle against erosion. who have constituted the second
Jacques Roumain continues: -largest source of income to the TRO
i'ook, there isn't anything left. The; water has dried' country' are discouraged from Makes.e
up in the very entrails of the mountain. It's not worth visiting here. The credit of bus- the "Gold
While looking an farther. It's useless.' Then, with sud- 'ness firm operating in Haiti is
Incorrectly tarnished. No finer r
edein anger, 'Put why, damn it! did you out the woods Let us take the second sent- EFFLE:
',Let. trees, take ethey !nee: ent E
dow. tie mhgany '" trees, and ef erytli'gs o 'nce: "Government after .gov- countless
Selse ta. t up there? Stupid people with no sense' emrnment has been corrupt; die- ing need
""Laurelien struggled- for a moment to find words. iatorial and violent." Pure horse- boiling.'
,'What else could we do,. brother? We cleared it to get radish. Irrespective of elections, EQUAF
!new wood. We cut t down :fr framework and beams :Taiti is one of the.most demo perfection
for our huts. We repaired the fences around our fields. test peope ve th shape of
]We didn't know, ourselves. Ignorance and need go to- I1ves around town in trucks, in corners.
.ether, don't they?'". shirt-sleevs. PIN PO
The tragedy of Erosion should be explained to the peasant .4 high Government official once Pilots are
;.:throughout rural Haiti. One manner would be n form a Creole helped the writer change a tire.a flame so
Theatrical group which could go to the rural ;opuladons and play (Continued on page 16) saves you
iar market places throughout the Republic. Haihati playwriters TI-BIG EXPIRES HUGE.
Should produce creole plays dramatizing the ,:urse of erosion. Sev- (Continued tarm age 1) LIFT
.'.eral year! ago Felix Morrisseau Leroy met with Ilis greatest sue. easier, m(
Sdess amongst the unsophisticated audiences at iamien and Morne 'vhose chauffeur and homee de ECONO
: -onfiance' he 'was'for many leg-. tomadle.
.-.-.Cercule with his creole adaptation of "Antigon."iance hewas for many leg-
'.:. A contest for the best play or short story speiLng out low t islatures," wrote "Le Matin". Lifetime(
t Hati Sun presents condoleances
Y u $void further 'disaster could be organized in .chools. The essay's to iig's family and friends T ma
h.'.feme could be "help to halt the daily shrnnivi;e of the arable and to the Association des Chauf-I Sppreciate
..and caused iby pressure of want 'and ignorance. feurs-Guides who have lost one T
-,_____ of their active members. T
: NEW MARKET AT CROIX' DES BOSSALES
By express instruction of the President of the Repu-
0 blic, Dr. Francois Duvalier, the itouvement de Renova- FOCUSING, COMPOSING AND
Stion Nationale by common accord with the Adminis- EXPOSURE SETTING IN ONE
Station Communale of Port au Prince, will take in hand COMMON VIEWER-
in a brief delay, the building of a modern market at
SCroix-des-Bossales.
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:T provides a delightful picnicking place for Sunday fishermen and k k o r x
it tourists.
ti -'Surrounded by a table-land of coral only a few feet deep Les
Irois or Sand Caye, if you wish, is visited daily by the Barra-
Scuda 11 operated out of the Casino Pier by Gaston Baussan and New At: LI
'Jean Coicou. They provide a glass bottom boat for tourists and
'the water is fine for all except spearfishermgn as these waters were
shed clean of big years ago. There remain schools of beautiful, THE HOME OF EXOU
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used his position in a thrust-for personal power."
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causing.serious administrative dislocation. Differences between the
SOld PSP and the "New Communists" can hardly -have-had ;iv
f' ideological' basis; they are both treading the same UMa ,ist;'nir.
Sist path. But the PSP leaders, experienced organization' men;r imiy
well have mistrusted the erratic character of the 2'th ofJiuly 'IPd
r: ers. .
I-Castro's. denunciation of Escalante is seen by a number of irde-
Spendent observers, as well as by some Fidellital, as the -outcome'
s2tof a. silent struggle for power.

S.. HEIR-APPARENT '
The weakness of the PSP was never to have been a part*. if the
Masses; in the days before its leaders hastily jumped un lastrb's
victory bandwagon the party.drew its main followitig frotna rom-'
paratively small section of industrial workers. Mo.:ui.t's .sy c-
c ieptance of, Escalante's dismissal 'is evidefice- that inc Russians
211rate Ca tro's political Importance higher, than' tnat ofVany Corn-
minunist faithful, ..
SToday the leaders of 'Cuban pbwer seem':fairly distrihtitf .'Pie
SRevolutionary Army is controlled by. Rail. Castrn, Fidel's, oungir
Sbrothr, who has'the white, clenched face of a fanatic, lie coA-
sidei political heir-apparent, and. has none of "Big .Botbher's"
*,.popular appeal.'The ubiquitous- security serviu', 02, is rn by a
I staunch Fidelista Minister of the Interior. The key Natlonh.'A ra-
trian Reform Institute (I.N.R.A.), n'ain' instrumentL fof' Cuba eco-
nomic socialisation, is headed by the. PSP Commnlist cl.s 4o
Castro, Carlos Rafael Rodriguez.
But 'the Argentine, Ernesto "C'he'' Guevara, a. Castro lieutenant,
is Minister for Industries. In general "Old Comniunists" run (the
.propaganda machine.

F OOD ANOMAI ES ,
n 4 '.' ,
.: .
;. Efforts are now being.made to forge a new alliance between in-

dustrial workers and peasants (campesinos). Theoretically,. the
Ic::ampesinos have benefited most from the revolution., since the
break-up of private land-holdings under the agrarian reform plan
they -have 'found themselves working variously, on' State farms,
cooperativess or independently in a Government controlled associa-
tioai of. small farmers. Partly because of the inexperience of farn
:managers appointed from Havana, food production hs s-uffered.
At the same'time Cuba's sugar production dropped this year to
S4,800,000 tons, the lowest for many years, though this was partly
,due to drought earlier in the year.

SBlatant anomalies in food distribution are apparel;'. in i"avina
food is strictly rationed-three-qurtiers of a, pound of meat a week
,per person, five eggs a month, one litre of milk a day for- every
:five people. EIvery child under seven qualifies for one litre a day,
.and usually, seems to get it. Because of inefficient distribution
Adults iare obliged to queue for hours for basic necessities. Yet in
the country I saw farmers selling turkeys, chickens and eggs at. the
Roadside: '
SThere is a good deal of complaint about food shortages. Officials
Point out that although many Cubans are eating less today, more
people are eating regularly.

i'
THE 'WORWs


Although food shortages encourage resentment against the revo-
lution, they do not seem likely to cause its overthrow. The main
pillars of the regime, after all-the Army, Militia. and youth or-
ganisations, get priority. So do hospitals, schools and other Gov-
ernment institutions. Nevertheless such privation's are partly res-
,..ponsible for the continuing exodus of Cubans to Miami, Mexico
Sand elsewhere. An estimated 6,000 are leaving monthly, and by now
'the total number of exiles is probably between 250.000 and 300,000.
SThey are not prevented from leaving, though they are not e.i-.


44-o".2 ,. ;' '., :,:-'V2, ,-:,,J :- :,.., -. ,U :.V' :,


co.iraged. Cuban officials refer to them contepmptunusly as giisandi-
'"worms) "waiting for the U.S. Marines to land.:' An official toUl
-ne he was sick of hearing "worms" in/ his department pining for
"the good, old days." "They're simply childish, talking about the
days when they could still get their Virginia. hams. Let then leave."
But most of those who pine for Virginia hams -have long since
left for Miami, where they are presumably getting them. The ex-
pdus began in 1959 With Batista supporters and "he haute bourgeoi-
sie. Since then thousands of professional men nand shopkeepers
have left. Catholics have snatched their children-away' to avoid
political indoctrination in State Schools. Now some of ,the small
people are going too., ,

While the, drain in technical 'know-how poses serious problems.
for the regime, their continuing resentful presence could bei ven
mote troublesome. There are probably, thousands "of counter-revo-,
iutionaries in Cuba. They include the rump of the middle class,
professors, some -students,' taxi-drivers, cabaret showgirts. '

PATHETIC GRIVANES
.4. '
Some of them crowd the bars and -ight-clubs I" Havana on a
SatuNay..BightgAfter aq.few drinks 'they like to gir their pathetic
grievances tbt anyonge'who looks like :a,fpreign journalist. "They'
.don't seem to worry thar'they'll be overheard*iby agents f 61riitro's
secret seivice: Talkative egusanos are s idoftmiar~'sted or even ad-
moished. Butit i aeth -regime men I rmet denied any ability to
,initiate a blow against'the regime -Thatthey 'said, would have to
come from, outside.' Their. job was to wait for,.D da4y.'. .
AhM inpnptanyt uestion in Cuba today is:.-In the long term, will
repression and, Maraist-Leninist indoctiination prove sufficiently
thorough to.offset the unrest caused' by 'continuing conorlic de-"
pression?- '
'I .4
For all. his personal 'arm Castro is a\ dictator who tolerates
no opposition. Six huridred and -seventy'five. Cunans have died
before"'iring squads, according to. official statements-the real
figure may be higher.' The Press, radio and television Pre capt-
ives of the Government. The 'single "party". permeates into every
sphere of'activity; almost every street has its "Committee for the
Defence" of the lievolutibn:". Education is blatantly'.yoked :to poli-
tical orientation. 'he tiumber of political prisoners is estimated to
between 10,000 and 20,Q00', And the elections promised by a younger,
more romantic Castro have long been forgotten.

PITY FOR AMERICANS


Cuba, officials say, isj~lazing a trail for Latin America. Banners
proclaim: Cuba "the first Socialist State'in America." Fidelistas
believe the whole Western hemisphere will ultimitelv take Cuba's
path. .Thus the Kennedy Administration, American big business
and the Press ire under bitter and unrelenting attaclt But the
Cuban Attitude to individual American visitors is one of friendly
condescension and of pity.
Cuba leaders lay the blame for economic shortcomings about
egually on-their, owr errors and the American trade embargo. Some
of the more realistic-including "Old Commiunists :-see the de-
sirability of renewed-trade relations with the U.S But a political
rapprochement is less attractive. "America," sail Castro, "is our
nly enemy." ,

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COMMUNIQUE'
MOVEMENT D
RENOVATION NATIONAL'

The kx e xenti v e.Commit.
thanks again all- those (aeitia
and foreigners) whohave puey
calcunlated their assisting
efforts of the. Mouvemet -i e
ovation ,Nati-naler iw. whoq
ways answered the .iial 4Mm
,' v ,. v
p-;j .. ., : *4?:i 1'
,That's wlh the Mouvem nt..g
Renovation. Nati ::ale:
voitesF then to'- the
'ous de? la Solldait, Nat i.- 4
which will take place pb Bqtu
lay July '7th at thelo.an,
international, d'Halti. :i:.;

EverythIng hias been p ..l
'br the full success :of the t
Everything has been 6epu
,or ths unforgetablq,-e .44
vouna.. ; .

'Evrythilng 'haS beenia
permit one to .be a ibc,
3pm to S am at the ren
re la oidarite Natpoliw

SThis". ,.the P V,,"
'or theip geat; treus- Q
benefit (of the
Haiti. ~,.
A: E','. ',IN. 'T
AT. ,TM
INTE ATWONAZ""4

Saturday Jnly, Itlh i !:
,, .. 7 "t i ., .
1-Ex~hibition de tiv;st- *-
2--Recital de chant.'
-Scenes folldoriques' ,
aiErienemble N e m ou re.pJean
Baptiste
5-Ensemble Weber rSpot.;:
. 6-Efs'emble Cas3itn: o '':
7-Jazz' Llen Jemiesu '. j,'."
8-!Tempetes d'Etr.es
9-epmiere experience u.
-;aire d'Hait .
0-TimbolIa. '.-i:

.Youw dnaice trom si l
8 a.m;.4a.m. L is Sbo'timeU'?:^"
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i CONTENTS' 6E ~F

AMERICAN HOME .

Contents of American Bom eo

- Antiques, Reproduction, Wori"A
of Art. Italian & Persian Tape&..:
tries, 18th Century AcademfMo
Paintings, "The Cries of 'lid-.
on" in Mezzotint, Etchings by.P
Famous Artists, Old Japanesei.'
Prints, Chinese Lacquer KumyanazL
Panel, 18th Century Colored Eni-
glish Prints, Haitian olounial'
Day-Bed, Old Haitian Console.
Table, Fine Linens Some Une-:
.used, Silverware, Electrical. Kit
.chen Apiliances, and Other -
Household Items.


4 Door Edsel
9000 Miles.


Automobile
Jr_,.. 1 .


S May be seen daily between 2 .
rd 6 -P.M.

Maison Greger, behind Chin.
* ese Embassy, at Musseau.

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CENTRE D'ART NOTICE


Note To Art Connoisseurs

The CENTRE D'ARI is open ALWAYS dail1
'from 9 am to 12:30 pm
from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm

And Sundays by appointment.

Permanent exhibition hang on the gallery's Second btorey
and a current show hangs in the gallery's first floor.
Persons with an appreciation of art will be reward-
ed by visiting the Art Center.
FOUNDED IN 1944 Roo de la Revolution
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'''HAITI SUN''


I Joseph report


Emile Roimner, the Poet of Jeremie is public
poems In "Panorama" on "Uncle"... Rudolp
SZrich newspaper "Neue Zurcher Zeitung" on
Sbean and Central America visited Haiti last w
s. man in town. is Bob Perez who describes
lancdr whose move stakes from Cuba to Puer
visited the Dominican Republic... Poland is inte.
i her sons part in Haiti's revolutionary War on
tians... Quoting the "New York Times" "Le
.: week: A tradition dating back to decades, in I
SRepublic, who share the island of Hispaniola
to'give refuge to their .political enemies. Th
Swho, it is said, fought in a cafe with partisans
of the -President F. -Duvalier, obtained asylunr
embassyy on June 20th. The three men, it is sa
61, Judo to get the better of their olpopents. II
it is said, that the "Institut ,du Bien-Etre So
et de Justice Sociale" of the government, dec
Small centers' where Judo is practized and prohib
lp'lemi between Leslie Manigat and 've
the "is~rybbok presented' by Manigat and, use
i tion's Agrarian Reform", has had a keen folio
.newspaper "Le Nouvelliste"... Colonel Jacques
or of the Coast Guard and his charming wife, t
Side Sajous welcomed their first 6hild July 2nd
took place at the Canape Vert hospital at 6p
have chosen "Mare' Marcelle" as tle name f
Spoundi baby... Roland Pierre-Louis, Sinclair. Ga
at Carrefour and Ate John' Brown left "Tuesd
where he will board the SS Antilles and sail
'. Chance. On a-grarind tour of Europe he 'will
%';Josette whlo'makes 'her home in Switzerland...
:.ieft his homieland' this' pist week: to take up
: Montreal hspital.R..araelle Roy daughter of
'.B".oy.-who now reside in Chnada .flew in this'weE
I lbete and brother. Bertram for the Summe
i:hometown,;. .Robert .Gardere is vacationing at
or t medical studies in Ottawa..
'.coeia Blinchet Has gone -to study Interior
s ..8.Senor'Enrique Quiroga Mardomes, Char
;lefJuly 5th for New. York where hW has beer
oi.XOChile;r. The official government gazette "Le
11 carried' the twoa important decrees: 1.-Tie
'.ppliq1ation, beginning August 31st the new cu
.p0ee. appovrig the pension beginning, June Is
'.;ul oenhe r, burner .Ageline SaintViile at' t
.gdurdes' monthly. Her husband was a Lieutfii
'.'. st S.a.. ay moYniibg a group of 14a
'Prince, for iah a'tour-f E'iupe under the cc
'I" ieUe iMaiTh se ~~ ssain0h I.f eraux To6
abard an Airtrane ,Caravelle'in Puerto Rico,...
;,Islands and leave Pointe a Pitre for Lisbon
m:couitries... Ed. A..Elly here with the USIS for
S(Con

r!1f7:'j:..'-ly,- .. ,


shing some poignant'
h P. After of th?
a tour of the Carib
'eek.. Another news
himself as a frec-
to Rico and recenti.
rested in celebration;
the side of the Ha;-
Matin" wrote th'-


'71SS EVELYNE MIOT REPS.
HAITI AT MISS UNIVERSE
CONTEST

Lovely Melle Evelyne Miot,
Miss Haiti, flew to Miami this
eek as her country's entrant
.1 the Miss Universe Contest.
Tourism Minister Victor-Ne-
vers Constant received a long
blegram Friday from his B i-
eau's representative in Miami,'
aco Sassine announcing the
warm reception given Miss Miot
in Miami

NOTICE OF ENROLLMENT
FOR UNION SCHOOL
OF PORT AU PRINCE


SUNDAY JULY 8th; 1962


Haiti and Dominican Enrollnent is now open for the
was thr refus 1968-63 school year. Kindergarten
, was their refusal
ree tyoungIHait!ans, [ROUGIH llt GRADE. School .
ree youqg Iaitns tarts September 3. '.
s of thd government: APPLY NOW. 10-12 a.m. Mon., D ram(uie A lBuuu
n at the Dominican -Fri. D ram .bU e LIQUEUR
lid. used the technic See Mrs. Phelps at Union School.
t is for thatireason, INDISPENSABLE FOR
cial, de Recherches RE;TOf. GETS HO(OC K.,'
:reed the closing of FROM I NHAPI'PY HE ENJOYABLE ,PARTY
itted the sport.--."A STI;. Tr
s Miontas over 4 s AND
.s bMonas even e When the results bf theN "AGENTES 4
d b students; "Pe end of the shoo year ex AGETESFESTIVITIES
wing in the evening eamns were proclaimtl. at the UNICOS
Laroche, Command- Lycee Philippe iGu"'rrier in 'Ti'e onl' s net LIQUEUR made in Scotland on
lhe-former Raymon- Cap Haiti-i last .eek.- some e babEs or thetinest pure old SCOTCH .WtHSK1.
ii T'e happy even- disiontentel s students took festivities and for evy
;mparens "Ut thc~r wrath un tlr, pdispemsable for festivities and for every occa.
ow at hd the parents out t hur wrh u n the f
nighschool rector. OIL on.
or the pretty seven. An irate student bounced a E XCLUSIVE AGENTS:
Is..station proprieto: stone off rector Mr. Arnobe L: Preetzman -Agerholmn Co.
dt f6r Puerto Rico Toussaint's head. The \ nlortutti- eem A,-
across the pond to -te man was taken to ustinien 4'/ '
visit with his sister Hpital' to have his head wound
Dr. Jerry Drevfu, -reated. Newspapers in Cap Hai-' .
Dr. Jerry Dreyni ti l deplore the incident and'
ap internship at a newspapers in the Capital echo- a
Dr and Mrs Louis d' their dismay that such a un- C '
ek to join her sister disciplined act could happen in -
er holidays in their he old establishment of learning ,
home from the ri- the Country second city. 4 Th e Direction of the CapinQ International take
pleasure to present to its amiable clients the Spec-
Sdecorating in the SONS BEAT FATHER tackle of the Season: '
ge r'Affair of'Chili ,
noinad Cou (Coninued from page i OLIES ANTILLAISES"
n nowhnathed Corisul I
Moniteur" of June .au Tennis Club Friday night. in the limelight, the Falllorio Troup of the Casino
decree pitting into The winner of the prizes offer- '
stom tarrif; 2.-De- by Wilson Sporting godds SHOW AT MIDNIGHT
t of the widow. of vere: CHOICE MUSIC BY
he Qtintof 247, st.-Fredy udeckesl THE CASINO INTERNATIONAL
he 'm4,.Ofnd-2coQuestald e
ant 'in thm fire-bri- d rererh 4 directed -y the
itians left Port au 4th--Ti Georges Leger fils MAESTRO QUESNEL DUROSEAIU
competent guiding of 2'h-Alix Themrd '
irs. The group'*Wl 6th-Totor Defils. 0
visit two Caribbean t*- ~~- a asseJ ".
and ten European
r the pasf year re- F S:H E R S
tinned on page 16)
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Off the Telediol Vana AndS arripcha
-Aterz sd a Te L hin while, during the first better known as Pele, caie by the goals scored ag
l m g t h e b e te k n o w n a s P e .ca i fl e by t h. o a .,.red atI t '?
Sz-Vous" should be changed to 'The Lunching Pad." How ab.ut week of competition, it seemed along, developed a virus that -veryone sat back tfoay
it; Da --If you saw Pierre.Ayot loo k dojwneast last Monay.. it .that no one' would ad'mce. The s to keep him out of action sense. ;Eevryone, that i

rhia. For the first.time the youngster sa a dollar bill and, poi it- from a Russian winter and dis- o secretive hat ey would not '
phda. For the "set w
covered that ica was located appear on radio or television l nd ?
:ing to the portrait -of George. Washing on,. she' exclaimed, "O'i, co e o~rica wa cate aprn ao0 eiso WI 1S
ng to the portrait of Geore Wi s li,~ -she' excaimast~esd, 0 1,000 miles north of Santiago, al- %,ould not allow their players tp Sng'
-pa!" -1 saw a teal dust spout on t iue du Quai last Tuesday. most in the tropics along the be interviewed by the press. H"e :ame Schools closed, f0 tt
it whirled around like a top. and rose. at least 20 feet in the air... Peruvian border. For days the lenio Herrera, the Span!s coach, asiob, hops and, ofiHs- s
.'i wierd Fthing to-watch. I heard.one pickiad-up a man bodily, not Russiand were so tired that they actually showed up alone at a h, a gener meeting
u long ago. -The. Dairien refrigerator went otut lof ordi last, could hardly walk to the prac- party given by the maoer f Vini central comiittiP io--
eeki at: the-'eril of all the' vaccines. .Shannon -.ntaitly be- *ce field. They were also having Jlel Mar in honor of the Spanish Conuuis party was dalledot
ae the most popular guy- town. r-What, I 'cannt understand trouble with the eight-hour time players. Herrera admitted that and by rhtfall, rec01 a I^
change between Acia and MoS- -e had been censoring the mail g a play-by-play broad-catsOt
why, with the ups and downs of the electric voltage around and e most of th s pa s eeived o h the iatch wre' seeing i
bout, more motors, etc. don't burn out. If you use a'volt, meter and stayed awake all. night. Fin- *Spaniards 'only write letters," musi hops. The Chilean-he
u'll rid that 220 V. i qlihits gh of 190, and 110 V. a high of 9'J; ally the Russian coach, Gayril' he expit ned, "when thie news is went off in"o the hes ionf
ven with a transformer you-eanet get higher than ,200 V. Ai, de mi!- Kachaln, came up with a solu ,ad." *. privatee estae to prer f
Don Mohr Sales is-closing 'r inventory from Augul 1st to 11th tion. "Go to bed," he command,- gItaly.i- the action beg n .
S ., -d his players, -"and leep for a -. Soccer football is a wonr
iust in case you need soihtWnltng. Don't wait too long. -Carlos hrs f action 1 the word.' The play game partly because ii
A-Preira's beard -has a very suspicious tdouh 6f henna these' sunny wa eas cautious toan extrem, the silly' a v er s el .gaie' i
ys. -4th of July comments: funny boV..deserted the. city streets Czechoslovakia, without a s generaly .low-scoring af- tW s4s5-minute periods.
S ,i an Amer *hoiday at least I'thought it as an- m ri- plus of fundsfor prelid naryre- d m l eems boken bte t
tliday ) As for the usual lunh pad- r~~o wd at D'i. H sel search, had dropped, its .ig s'trkng 4 ftP m inre.l:ees, b he- sat ere g o '
heard to remark, "Haven't sold a.hot dog yet! 1 they don't nId 1 o a C who would advance to the rqu'r maile othecing o
th. -200. A*. de mi national-' livi ng a 51i th a el lat.I
Sby'em on the 4th, when do they? Yom Kippur?" -If you're The mandid ago job f fnd- nas' the event of a tieat s a gme t rei a eyl
confused about it. I head it imm the horse's mouth: ODVA is ing a hotel but; 'unlhappity q he 6 end. ow arup pridy. Because ed sk-o s dr a remarkat ot he w
:Jon closed jus' pared to the bone. -Shannon Y. now has an- was not a soccer bud He forigt t u ws arrived at by d- order on the part .of te i'di
inalady .o add to his fashiqnable ulcer aid it Isn't .icers to -arrasge -or a practi ding te goals a team scofri ,e (onntl nue s s.pg
this ulcer! -It was bad news to learn that' Ti Big,' of the old the Gzel .w6k w "
gard in tourism, died as a result of that accident: oh Delmas 1i wha"t i.m ounted to a. ag e "
.eath. Row). -Much sympathy to Andre Espere on the. loss of i cthe ungle.ovakia tay is F ral ourt J geextended ordr res
h fiatfier. --Habib Fadou tt the Bar & Grill:on Ave. J.J. Dessa- WI on defense engineers from stri dne untui A1gust t 96,
lines, is in the market for an outboard motor o over 18 HP. -Haiti -l. IA lights continue to ope lte in no A.rm
Sone country where Judo is veoten it was announced over The English 'ame to while at PAN AMSIUOAN WORT LD AJR*AY
ia not log:i ,... : it sometimes bets arod the and the -end of an eig it-mobth seas- --
js qiieker than the eye. -I dunno why, but Haiti Cherie sounds 1they landed. At Rancagu they '
sweetest to me in German than.any other.lingo, even Creole (es- fund the. water oglooiT ;
Bedially when Katen'ina 'Valenrti does the vocals). -Lots .of people cold. "Now, I've seed 'Chile," t '
'te dating current events as A.B. or B.B. (like A.D.) after *id one of the players a n e- Oil .' :-'.
wbat man? --Chuck Wiggins was in. from the ValUey on the 4th second day, "and now Jniaeady
*ic'steak-up. t-The Pierre P,.udveinez (can that .be right?) are goh o, Im NTIry PROTOS PABPORT PHOTO
Staking off' early in August for Quantico, where Capt. Wilinamson s p gen considered.pan DEVEL OPIG' ENLARGEMENTS 'RiPOrJrm ONriL
w .be Pierre's boss. Col. Tighe Is there too. It'll be like old a game's beat player until Bra. r s1 ySE O -r
'i6one week. -Who was the tourist gal who returned to her hotel 'l's Edson Arantes do Nascimen- "AV e -.iizeW asib, o4-.Li I
Sthe other night to find she hadbeen cleared out of everything .
Owned except the clothes on her back? I heat it's In the hands bu1. 00K
the police..-Betty & Jack Hayward are leaving Haiti for the
tomorrow, Mdriday, if PAA is still lying, Damien won't be .
I-e same without the flash of sunlight op those dark glasses con-
ga multitude of sins. -I understand the newest name around
wn for Mr. K. is "Uncle Vodka". Not bad, not bad. --Somebody
it have drowned at the culvert. on the boulevard near Martis- IN
| e last Friday nite. Big crowds. In theta evening and the Coast
-boat was nosing around early Saturday a.m... and so was FSI
s any dope can' see. The early mornings n the bay are so cool,
.6 and lovely I can't bear to stay inbed. What am I saying?
KAY MAJOR i-

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r' r Ia PRESIDENT.
Chronique Creole REEIVES HIGH
JEREMIE 25 DCEMBRE, 1955 LIBERIAN OFFICIAL

Wednesday morning, President
)r. Fpancois Duvalier received
Loteie Nationale cree lan pays-a oun espece folklore. itun croy a special audience at the Na-
ance a base signs, reves qui assez amusant. tional Palace, the Minister of
Cubain yo gain oun espece clef des songs q-'i yo rcle charida he Treasury of Liberia, the hon
Plusieurs entire en Haiti et soit lan ivre la minme. suit lan L.:.pe nrable Mr. M. Sherman.
rience, peg icite ;compose pa yo. Mr. Sherman was accompany
Avion. 84; jaucoutmou: 08 ou 80; chatte marron: 94; chatte cave d to the special meeting by Li-
.elian Ambassador to Port au
37; Ti ce6ehon: '32: 'glos coclion ac tete: 82; rochon gras: 93: co binsa d P a
prince His Excellency Mr. Wil-
chon ac pitile: 73. am Fernandez.
Gain reve vendredi, reve m&rdi. Ou n'hliO' boz-:r :3u'l bozo-
h con'n dormi croupi:,. ca change numero-a.
Adler reve oun bebe, oun bdle poye qui tap chinle avec ii de
vant magasin Desquiron. Num ero boutique prini pule i- dep' Sunfriner Art Classes
ce 80, 84. Premier folt ii prend 84 qui perdu, I'al'lmois li -essay (Cdn e rm pe
80 qui fe'l gn.gnin. laire, Etlenne, Thomas, Damus. t
Omin habitant oui lan songe de bets qui .otire lIhn jardinu'. L Clasuep ,i drawing modelling,
deiscende la ille presto pou'I p~*ed bill palrc aue de bets ce 99 sculplure, corramic and decora-
tion, are offered.
SChance pou li, jack.-pote la' tomb. You too, Pare ered.t, t h
You to, PaAeuts, through the C
Si: Andre te :vleli la( ta besoin qulmbe ca2 ace dancing encore. nusemif and courses and with
Andie jprdii le- o.ih. aniel, interpreted songg. A~vw t oun mirage the .help of these teachers will l
Sneg gd3ne it al i cdduit pou yo connin 4a tIna la-a dtt. )ari about the evolution of arit
De' ere t, Cite :agloife Jeremie, un 'el c..sse crde. Halti, will lave'an idea af VISIT THE CERAMIC MUSEUMt
l., Derner req tp ....S Cite Magloi.re. Jeremide, ;4. 'bet, cat.;j corde.
1A -.entre ?s a' p s 'lan ounl caiAe eormte.si'ol lan o.jardin'l. Pej- naive, classical art and will un.
Li lap P- derstand better modern art. At 42 Ave Marie-Jeanne
.plesl, souleve.' Everement. PrAfdt, juge de Paix, :,minissaira.
gbuvern n" t .tb etL Trounte. Probes-verbal idee. Ce 'tomnme si c -
te dife. Moune envahi. Diole alele cbpnte con lrauge lan cerf-vo-AN D V ERSA T
llant.
Mi:' tes.' .pile-la vie touffe.,.AcCusafonr.. M ,lveillanhlspretl pour with
:., former. tiibunal.,auve Ins inatiqg, paq, paque. .Mi' Itclala sau~ '
situation-a.. i- .
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vant? B' la couche sou cabah'n:--Soa s qui board li couche? Cha-
quei. ..^e c you n em. CAT TOOL BSARS
iAh! ah! Bet la tap i journal. Qu journal ca? Come m'pa v "ia
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is ,la tap li .MER 4 1. 'Carries wide range of implements
mounted. on choice of beams.
'2...- 2 Swings to rear, or forward Ifor dozer
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3. Lifti and towers the tools instantly.
r bft r 4. Permits accurate adjustment for angle
Arms" i Bar swg forwbrd.or to the rear and depth' of tool penetration.
for mounting a variety of toots an D6 bnd-.4 Trbtdfls. 1 transmits traction direct from track
BY .C-ARL RO R its trac.; ion direct frames.fro track

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we've told the rosary of sufferin!
A~.jle yet, Oi lord .J
our Wok haft br hi
4 ..PyGod... .
t- r .- a
7. faf. rs,, .......
Y":-, I ou huts w = .were b";
:the eyes of our sons could notsee iight. Tool Bar Bulldozer dos full-scale Chisels and subsoilers are ayailalle in th ie sizes
'!d. yet... Oh Lord eathmoving, Ind.cliaring.
our black V1 od!
11'01 Lord!l.. ".
since our hands white with good can not pluck ,
',-. the sweet fruit of peace I ''-
give us white hands black with sin! '.


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NDIAY JULY 8th, 1962


FVava

(6itlnued from page 13)
1it- 'east at this Tle'v of
f a competition. It 'a
tA e -at. speed andtimn
, d .iiS ,unbeIevble, ; c
.;.isia.. substituition.are
ed B.it sometimes, .,in
cit met soccer teati :
:tjii rimi7i .purpose of
i:' anhis is .what":happ
Italy .Having played
P te whi We Geium
openingg^ ganm, the It
out to 'eliwinae, "
:.the World Cup altogeth
Vonly eight minutes, Gi
the Itulian .ins
( thrown out, D the .ga
A few.iinutes la

]cl4h2o '
und guitb english
enAstoriid.tickng Chi
years insteaa' 6 i e, soct
"'he Ias were vc
Sata papers' hi
Rudeness, ir South Amneric
ocr, seems to include -anythi
'to and including blackjack
eed in one's tnt''lks. In a
rudeness got the ftalia
.*.":.Forced. to pl;iyL
Jhor oh r iist "nf'thb'g. n
weni down under the enti
ic if not very expert; Chti!
2-0. I* wns- the .most t
'moment .in. Chile since A
iLiat lapBt'drato .t he d.
he Peruvian flagship off lq
i 1i,79, iA R. heroic solo.
pt to -sff'e '"Th va'-


And Gp'
'gun. Today the Peruvians in
Iin- sist that Artdro Prat-didn't treall
also ju pp, that he was pushed, an
in'g after :.the'..occer. match the Ita
dl :lians .felt a bit 'th. same way
nol ?he Chile an -players," claimed,
all th Italans,; '.were doped."
for.; :.
the Chile' could afford to.,ign6ft
?en, s such accusations. With .;J.i
a points, ;two for. each victoryy
any 'Chile wa assured a, glace in Wth
ali- quarterfinal~', as either. winner
while .: runner-up of the group, t4h
ier. first teamL 'fNaail IB' to -achieve
or- guaranteed' siival. -:So, relax
id. ing, the .Chilans lost to Germa
re ,y 2-0 intI B 'ataC!m of groul
t er y .an e t ,or Arica' ti
S .eet the s ..

r! 't Chile's advance had beehi
ile- unexpectedly easy, tat OfI mosi
cer othei quarter-finalists 'had bea
pry neipedtedly hard. Not one team
ext irvied th'e:opening round witl)
:an perfect record. At Rancagua
ing Hungary showed a brief return
!ks ) its 'pre-revolutionary form, de
nv 'ating England 2-1 in a fine
ins natch, then smashing Bulgaria
S. '; orn.ty'to ,be.tied-0-0 by Ar-
ie' gdtiEia! Eigland managed to ad-
hu- since wit6 h Hungary, but bnly
an by the .narrowest of 'margins
ex- after a victory, a loss and a tie.
Ar- Jimmy Greaves, the wel-travel-
'ck ed..ittib man who last year de-
ri- fected to Milan for $270,000, then
at- defected .back to Tottenham Hot-
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Meanwhile, at Arica, the Russiai.s beat Yugoslavia, their tough:"
Sjesot competition according to forecasts, by a 2-0 score in the.-opei
S.ng-game. BUt later, while Yfgoslavia breezed 'ahgqaj.ih R
began to flounder. Leading poor little Colomfbia 1, l'theRu S,.M
Slater, was playing like a tiger defense collapsed. So did the famed goal-keeper. 1e Q,
but seemed to have lost his'fair- Colombian kicks began to whistle past his ears as the South Ame-
Sed scoring punch. Also e didn't ricans oredthree gals, in eight minutes. At thi t e
s-have much help. The English
really were tired. yelled Stalingrad and\the Russians held. Three days later ,they
reached the quarter-finAls with .a 2-1 victory over Uruguay onqa ..
But most of the interest, aside goal scored in the last minute of play. .
_rom Santiago, was-focused on Somehow all the favorites had advanced, if Chile could'be dont i
e a Vina and Ara. At in this group, but it was hard to see w Chile couldop
r Vina, the heavily favored Bra- ,, .
; ilians were hardly impressive go further. "Football is not.very logical," hopefully reported .El
e while beating Mexico 2-0, even Mercurlo, The New York Times of Chile, "and maybd a1 miracle ;
r with their star, Pele, playing and viIl occur against Russia." Said El 1Sglo, the Communist. sheet
s scoring a goal. "Then, in a long- 'We have a chance." No one was exactly sure whic:hteam El. lglo!
e ange preview of what was to as talking about. .- :."'"i'i
- .e the' championship match, But Chile beat Rassiah 2-1., "We.decided on two tactic s; -s"i
'Brazil was held to a 'scoreless .
-e br te C s. hed to asorele e Chilean coach, Fernando Riera. "To go. all out on.,the .attacl,,A
P -ze by the Czechs. The Czech
o strategy was simple: render Pe ..mmediately. Then if we could score, we could .drop .back and try
Ie horizontal as soon as possible to protect that one goal." The Chleans also thought..that tiey. had.i
I get 'on withthe match. At detected a flaw;in Lev Yashin's supposedly flalvess'-goalkeeing!il
.e time there were eight Ctech technique. "You cannot .beat him' up high," said Riera. "e
t players encircling "The BlaCk catches everything. WVe iecided'to keep all shots as low as pass
' Pearl"'of Brazil,' but-findlly Pele ible,, hopefully along the ground."
Sd .himself in. Getting off a par. te C s a r n a 1 m
I ticularly vicidus ,shot, 'at .the S the Chileans attacked, furiously. And at 11 minutes Leone
Czech goal, 'Pele. severely strdin- Sanchez, the outside left, kicked a, ball fr4m 40 yards intot;,.t
1 a muscle ia his groin, a mus- Russian goal so hard that it parted two strands of' the netl B tii
- '.le that had been first injured went off in -the stands and a roar went up that cold Ihavg .:he'be
.ring the Brazilian -season. He hard in Lima..The only trouble was that Chile 6otld notioi ':
cariedoff'the field after., ,
s ared off the field after the ead. Russia scored at 27 minutes. So back Chile went onpthq
SJaly *-24 minutes, of play'land ,
iough he returned ortly,a he attack as if the players really had been doped., Lqd, by Eladid.o,
vias generally' ijieffectdve.' His Rojas, they swept onto the Russian goal' and in one minute had,
.aammates,. perhaps shocked- by scored again. Rojas joined Leonel Sanchez and Aro Prat as i
his loss, perhaps$ simply unable a' name for the ages in Chile by booting in the &oal. all 1
.penetrate the devilish Czech men went on defense, and did stop Russia the rest of t .
defensee while one man short, hat night great msses of people, paraded through ow
ere lucky to escape with a de. ,
erel to es Santiago until 4 o'clock in the morning, dancing, cheering am-
"There are twb'BErazilian ing, waving flags and dumping paper streamers, along ada
teams," said Alberto -Cassoria, Street until the plac Jooked like Pittsburgh the night!. Bill
*president of the Chilean, Fotball. TIazeroski hit his, home run. In fact, it was so much I: itt the.
coachess Association.i One with leni returned the next night to do it-'all've. Agair i.
'ele, one without Pele. Theydo in somewhat less excitig.ircute r semi"D
t resemble each other at all. som at es exciting' cir .ns tanq6s, tbe: ..- *
e second one ay hot be good finalists had been decided the same day. Yugosavia rany
enough to win." 1-0 at Santiago. In' Rancagua, Czechoslovakirea.b e ,y .1-0.
.by virtue ofr one sharp, well-executed offensive thru lowed
Now Brakil faced the necessi- by the almost unbelievable goalkeeping.,of Sooh.oif..; ,
of gaining at leajt a fie with At Vina, in place of Pele, the 'Brlaniat" ...
main in order to advance. At "', '
fI time Spain led 1-0, and' it Francisco ,dos Santos, who is happily called Gtrincha (
is a very terrible miomeit back ;mall, swift -Brazilian bird) and is perhaps the fastest soccerr play-"
me in Biazil, where half the c, in the world. Only 5 feet 6 inches tall, Garrincha has a right
>pulation was in danger of drop- 'eg two inches shorter than his left. The latter, as if to. compens:
ng 'dead in clusters around ate, is bowed likh a hoop. At birth, it was said that Garrincha
I ir radios. It was also a sad could never walk, .but unfortunately-for Brazil's foes, he gbmetiow
moment in Chile, for the Brazi-'
omen in beome', or he Brat i- learned to run. Sometimes it geems that he runs in all directions
ins had become great favori-
Even 'the -nahger of the it once. "He wobbles so much," said England's Jimmy Greaves,
Higgins Hotel, where the Bra- 'that even, when he comes at you to shake your hand, you don't
an players were wont'to prac- now which way he's going." Garrincha .is 27 years old, and his
Kicking a soccer ball around popularity in Brazil is equal even to that of Pele. Among his fans
ball-room at 3 o'clock in.the are even daughters. "I can outrun everyone but the stork," he
'-orning, was there to root for
says. J
s tenants.
He certainly outran the English: He ran around them and under
Perhaps Brazil felt this. Or them and between them, dribbling the ball as if it wasattached
tybe the.players were spurred to his feet ilth adhesive tape. He scored twice, once with a head-
on by the crazy Brazilan band er, once with a vicious kick past the fine English goalie, Ronald
u uat sat igh up in the stands, Springett. The Brazilians won 3-1, and far away, in a church in
pounding out a rhythmic, infuri-
ating clatter on an assortment the nation's capital of Brasilia, parishioners pulled their transistor
if oil-cans. apple boxes and tin radio plugs from their, ears, smiled happily and turned their
attles. Anyway, Brazil scored Ittention back to High Mass.
7 minutes deep in the second "Yes, Garrincha is a wonderful player',, said the Brazilian
'alf to tie' up the game, and coach Anymore Moreira, after the game, "but we still miss Pele.
.,gain with just four minutes re- No one else is like him in the world. Carrincha plays only three
naining to win it. Later the Bra-
ilians celebrated, not in the notes do, re, mi. He plays them well but Pele play the whole
O'Higgins but in the Miramar, scale, do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, do. And he plays each note better
.'here Spain was staying. While han anyone else."
e Spaniards huddled in their "Pele sounds like Williq Mays," suggested a visitor.
oms, tie Brazilians threw fur- "Willie who?" said Moreira.
"ture all over the lobby, pound- And so, for Chile, it came down to the big game against Brazil.,
1 on doors and kept everyone
awake most of the night. Czechs beat the Yugoslavs 3-1. The Czechs threw up their deadly


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S PAGE 16 HAITI SUN'' SUNDAY JULY 8th, 196
... r SU D Y J CONSULTED
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s0 'OD I O IT CiAAVE.ILE ... -u5 Mf UEURS'JE'S. sUR U PLnus GRAND aES AU MoW DE VOYAGED

ZOOLOGIST'S PARADISE LETTER TO EDITOR...
(C. ntinued from page 1) have just been scouting and (' (Contlnued from page 5)
only in Haiti-- "of any island -pling, but the results have of his pick-up truck. "Violent":
in the West Indies. And- the. been better than we dared to Haiti, in city and countryside is
: same can be said of snakes." hope. The five new frogs are of a ne of the. ost ,peaceful coun-
'f another thing, the zoology course the big thing, but ia ad- 's in the World. We- have hiad
b.of Haiti is unusually obscure. edition we have collected hund- 136 changes 6f Government in
"The terrain is so rugged,' reds of valuable specimens." 158 years, if recollection is cor-
yS Dr. Schwartz, "that many The amphibians, mostly frogs, ct, and there have not be.:n
parts. of the country have been .are caught by hand, mostly at 136 lives lost in violence in' such
-.studed only superficially, and night. The reptild and birds Government changes.
e are well, you might are usually shot -the team has "Actually, it is nearer the size
a :a t say terra Incognita. It's a been granted police permission of purgatory": A misleading fig-
tfremendous challenge." carry the necessary firearms. ue-of-speach. The countryside
'he amphibiahs and reptiles are is beautiful; the climate of the
To' meet -the challenge, 'Dr. Aickled in formaldehyde, and tie preponderantly mount i n o u s
ca.warts aind his assistants rds are gutted, -sterilized and cquttryside -delightful.
S9E*td '-. Klinikowski and Day- .uffed with cotton. Drawings of ''The average Haitian's miser-
.j-Ld ber, both ,indergraduites 'ome specimens are made by able lot has changed.,litge if at
at ,.Al right College- have been r. Klinikowkld and water-color al. He livel constantly., n the-
otlng.. day and night since paintingss of others are made by. e'ge of starvation and is 'plagu-
ei arrival. 'Tscorted by Mr. r. Leber. These drawings ind ed with diseases such .asa. rala-
Liten:,Rlgaud and assisted by uantings will be used to illus- ti4,:. yws, syphilis; such re-.
.' Elie Cyphale, they *have ate a monograph on the ampi pih rtg .20 yards, 10 years ago Anthropoto s4ptArlie Lege~nsi'ma p.beg le, p th
0 irade field trips almost eveiy is ana reptiles of the .West would have been correct; !but field work in the Jt tap akeg m making her headquart
-t-tio .Furcy, to -the Foret de- Ipdies. Dr. Schwartz expects to times' change.". Actually it is r with e su
inorthb ,along the ba.v to StL. pead the next ten .or twelve true there are few people over- -rs i s in. d.r Stldet germr
he. we ;s witig the mo graph, eight, in h i. t po one is who flew here from Iundien last month,; after' completing '. yeas
Inth.' w" eeks tey twoling the MonIoraph, *e jgt .b ','. n s. e Yea
-:"me .~te intend toh cover aid he hnlPs it' be. te de dying of :st~rvaion. laria, of stud, at the London school of Economles spent three iy e
by- eo ehhh ft l w "S nil la ithree wenr'oa.
section of the country. fiuivework on theamphibians -aws' an syphilis have' yielded he re. .... dng re earch work i"th professor Syd yne
i .. I a Dr. Schwart;, and reptiles of he region.'- -yremnarlable campaigns of era- Yale University. As a or,1f the 6ik, Ist v isit iss egs
.. f' 'a 'a tioens th inanc fndmenta 'ublishedan a io le:iu a deirie .-oiroal .dn.- thnaiai a
*58 fe .7^ *; ?'o dneie S' and heeisaid d ir- ard :o pen awteio lies to -oan hon tlie.aiwtoai ed-Tcdik-
U n nd da .L the aloVe picture: ?"iss 1e le tprofesso0. i ,


h" +,m'n n a"or"..r't.lel o nc Ptaed n a rile ped i o tis u- ,bl"
S.an A thqg, United naio be. late Brielman Ke 0 iuoi h. &etr o. r
JE'e. i' .'. ar. id a ain which .President Franoi A l i .e .
Cham : e DvaliereCwes a leader in his A hi ..o.. ...i
C 'a'mpagne ,. VAV F TP A.
"". '. "'" Both-the top-levels o[f Govern- V othb..semitinal passed 'hl..p .st unnti
e.: '..'q a :ip th flower echelons defense one morea-lot, d & YusaVV.,rone wu r e ,
are m y icorrptible n cpitaied the on by ori u
., gh onpitsal zed:ton the resulting confuse i ni.scrig
'r '".jm Although'. no onierar.ionl, decidingg go. !:in the 'I.s4 t minutes ot.plear.. T.e ",t go als 'W '
Z Fgaft
tiri, may CUL'. occur, who rw in as' ~marq Czc~hoslovrakia bad Scored. in' tsfor -previous' ganaes'
h. e n a tn tes re "W a strong aed oerr pets who deoi dthen that the dzecfi
S e:mur -findings of i -Denv ere going to gie. BrazU all It could hanidle in -tle dials .Maibed-
p 'ftl and robberies rby the pol- ire., Ad of course Brazil was going to be m tle al E
.: themselves. f ije Chiledn% had to admit' tis: -'
ti s fratic and bloody Fot Chile, it was almost a. shame teve ne w riht
Spo. eareltie arena" H oly borse-ea- t -
e... a. The wi tr,,has lived Brazjl .wo a Minvlas,3rha iai tc ,.:6 e he a,
.tugh4. or 5 resolutions", n awa, tej,98 manaPo .' %u.. ,o -. .m .. -. Thed
-. F, .lie' r.led t visit regularlY e .s nr e .. at. .iiu.tep .-he Chl eap'niana ,Fa' o~al.jus
S ethq.bak.ry, te ce r pfdsuch v~eiare sh .lteP butr .a n iF three. mWso er. f t .-.nar ih
:rvolutions." 1 .razil, ehead agmittud j by "two' FGvarrjcih ~a' ,coinera
.'.len n Ex ipo.rect,. i.- tEaS... o l .'.
,luc- cnthe --'kt m th V a
-.reqinbl. hurtful' reporting Lbe g hig," Ln ,
(oartiicle is he tops. n,"-,,. smt P.aad. t -dw I
tew of the statements couldaWas 4-2,fa athe oinhi` .f 6.-a -1.1-e
So qd u~..in.p .ei ..o-E L w, ~eing S reet th itm ihit hea"n -T- -estiola ve o'y F 0 eovn
E;ape:-n.e a ty at best h'earsY. Y.ugoslaviat thre "', g re when Ri.as F.ki.ka the ed:gLoe'
We a ne te with less.Ithapai a l ted play,' ..eoul Uiter : onsbM hie hi i
all o niews reporters.-,.shouldspepak oP what it "e I ". -t ... .
:W 3anage~ of.- tfle. ountrie ".When,. ;~ii. : -s F oes "awnay," s .. ,Albert& aara irfj'.nF
UAsW all branches 6f ourjov' t a woptpe tni thing hahs -hppenedF
I, -: e...n.t '"v- r''"ople will'-" hbe.' t wha '
eent misons, and, Amer Chile would:.neverFhgve.p s far the .ec nshidl
aAis 'born to such- 1anguadge ad been playedd n Europd'.But iere, at,-homie, the team .n eive
-I; i will have advaxtgesover grea t ettih1siasrindf crowds. and they -began to p bettj
h"fusiwh have acquired the In theiaare caFable,. eve l.ha die
languages. Our American intet-
lrelation wil l m a zil,' h6 admitted,. :fbut"theh Wt- ..ever had a chnce- al .,
naich"easie rbys clct unemo tussia either. Actual W'-.mnaybe we, hoilad have "lost to italy. ih
final reporting. we had; ,the World Cup fdhs year would not' have Fbeen' rarlp
S,(s). An American' Resident.- ,a much fun, would it?"

.,.. .Nuclear. Exp',ence... 'i- os g R .". F F
(Conftinqed from page 1) urns home '(Bientot" -olieave,. rea .sgnment and tb neet hid
tenuous het-meringue mu- new bpby..U.6..Cithra.Afe aidI M1.Ed. Murpy gae a o
sic. F
SOne of the highlights of the tail farewell' party in his.-1in.0, last night... Jean-Clabide..KennfiRth
+h~ evening .was billed as "'Premiere who. spent timn with the Bank of France studying on Frenchl C
Ther .0 yoneq ..e. n Experience 'Nuleaire d'Haiti", ernment schpiarship gave a talk on the Bank at the Weed
another is -tbe ramfing oi of a International Club de Commerce dinner... Many irate Haitians'
y a ,r f. .' Ford, Opel and Televso lo epared to pen replies to Look editor rossaurd who tore e
-et that were- ex ..'bte~d- under
t.UI"......."... arc; .. he tondha lnt arch during t public to shreads in an article published in Look this mbonth. :
,1k .a,, rticle,s. said to.-Ie fulijFo hjmceurcies ,, .-+
..F-.... ... .. .+ ..".. -
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