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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:
AA00015023:00119


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ING S A E is. the aU-iteel -bridge over Grande Riviere at
" des M asins. Construction of the bridge that will replace
.0ent'0 P cture that never raly recovered troen the destruc-,
Sfload that folowed hurricane 1ae t1 $ 14 is being carried
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# Bd,. wit? a po4pH Wof about 550,0Q(, and Jamaica were
ilsold ederliMtion which began toe
e lapte fT. cia a ceded last September and sought osepal -
* 3depe1. epce. Jeicae largest-oin the 10-member island gibup;
t approxtndtely '1,700,000 people. ,
,i. vi.jite Iy& ci.s lmmtargaret'of BiNtain and he.busban. .
a 0Snode. oy p4rmstrong-JTones, will highlight awre
a'&e, lgatps. The Princess illa represent her sider, Queeh a
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' Mayer, popular President
nAIwiyA recently had,
4lner guests Gordon Dunn,
. Weather forecaster from
ani and Wilkiam Roy Mc El-
mn- and Johi' Quinn. of Pan-
SEd. "MarKer has a notable
Ne from forecaster Dman":
t au Prnce and the GGonave
area constitute oan of the
est places from, .huiicane .
gj in tha. Troples. Sinde. the
ot Cpstopher Colonubas no
dicanb'wuds have caused Ga .
. in thi area".- Meteorolog-
say that large mountain
bobs defod barometrle de- ( JosePh In the arms of i nurse
#at the Handicapped Hospital in
Northwest Haiti. Miss Bradshaw
(""0 on pag6 16) Is on Joseph's night.


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Arrives For e

A team 'of four doctors group who have completed
arrived F r i at y morning their two yeai tour of du-
from the United States to ty. _
take over MEDICO's Jere- Dr. John Robert Munro, ac. e-
nile project 'from Dr. Ar Gill' University graduate,. is the
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GKEE.TING ..,'.0 TEAM FO JEREMIM at Bo# n .ield
Friday ior4*ig j iot MIssion Jacquq Laria '(seco d from
-i ,L...fheW.WCare-Offle here. Members of ithe new


...vn, Dr. and John ..Mu.]Q*Gwow
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rn, Dr. and Jo Muro an family. Absent from photo
S1 Dr. Don 0. Prommas o1 Thailand wh6 arrived Wtl next day.


Joseph To YiGobs

And New Leds' ife

ONLY PASSAGE --. :.
MONEY LACKING

Little Joseph, the three-
yearsCld congenital ainput-
ee, onb of sixty-four Ian-
diqpped cbildrej moved
Ikto Ckroline Bradshaw's
.'Ma son d'Espoir"-h-oilt- "-.
al at La Pointe des Palmis-
tes last month (as Treport-
ed in Haiti Sun July 22nd)
,has more to smile about
'today than ever before.


The .little boy with the shiny
black face w'ho'was born in Haut
Limbe without arms or legs and
who was used by an aunty fol-
lowing his mother's death as a'
begging devise of sorts is being
accepted into -the Kegsler Insti-
tue in East Orange, New Jersey
where he will be given artificial
limbs and a new lease on life.
The onrily stumbling block to
Joseph's departure for the world
famous Institue for congenital
amputees is his fare and thift for
a girl who will accompany him.
A group of Episcopal ladies have
agreed to provide $1,000 needed
for the purchase of the limbs
and Miss Bradshaw is endeavor-
ing to raise the transportation
fee by early fall.
Born with stumps down to
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the new team which will.p
ume responsibility on. "ustt;
for. the MEDItCO assistance
jeet to the St. Antpine .lt*$t4
in Jerumie. "
Only one'of .the' four doctor
is.a native American.. She iu..
'Susan Huttpni a graduate .fAd..-
medical school of th Pe."
vania University abd-recen'"'
'resident of Albaquerqae. ew
Mexico Doctor !Iumo \
Brown are, bo5 Canadians *
have been Aiin. tB
for the .ten.
C. Pro4& gthe
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Prommna6jaj aQI%
because orIiOtufl
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, Miss Frances Niles, Delta Sales Representative: Olga Silvers; '
Julie.Benell and Odette Wiener on the WFAA-TV Jalle Bene 7-el
Show in Dallas, Texas recently. A
DELTA AIRLINES
Dallas, Texas. from Olga Sllver'u Botiqne In
Dallas this month. She ac'om-
June 28, 1962 panied Mrs. Odette Wiener nd
Mr. Bernard Diederich the dance troop to Dallas for
The Haiti Sun performances at I(e Brook Ed- ,-
Port an Prince, Haiti. low Golf Cib and for a peer- .
Dear Bernard: mance in Corsicana, Texas. As
It was my pleasure to arran- a member of The Fashion GroSn
ge for a showing of fashions (C0ileet a page 5) .


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4PAfE 2 A. '' H A IT I U N UNDAY'AUGUST 5th, 19"
l-Mr. Erwin Poikin, a prominent lDO Laig le ad his "jojie
"-":" ^- ^ W e ek^ 7 ^ lawye' from New Y',,rk and kl A'lm "'. -and Bill Bras:,e.. eal Estate ,
attractive blonde wife Isabel' a ,4id his 9ravissantdte, f:mmn LOI &
-teachr spei 2 days here t.j ,Jiep ,om',.Aata, .o Vianaa. spt.
1 .y AUBELIN JOLICOEUR week in company with Len Kl6 tw, ds hw'tfis'wee,.. ,. Bordon
[:7 y -ALisNBoJurdonO
Stefa Wenta, a famous ballet star and ger, a stamps dealer and his (C..nbnued on cage ) Phone 2620
chdrbogrhpher from -Pbland arrived here Fri- charmingwife Le, so a schoolbleAdr LQ
Teacher. They made their out- ACCIDENTS ON c ae A
day in company with her lovely Fhench wife. ings in company with Hank Ep- CARREFOUR ROAD Renting of Houses A
t^ former Jayeiine_ Delia, a Realtor, Directn stein,, a children sportswear 'ma- .. -. oentsBu l s, a
okthe. Consorfium Francais de 1 Habitation, in tnutlacturer hom --New York and two terriblc accents, were nients. Bungalows, Cam
aris. Stefan and Jacquelin are on their 'hon- his wife Doris, a. famous.' inter- registered on the Bizoton road Houses for short or
ior designer under the name of 'Thursday. period.
eymon at the Gingerbread PalacePa Doris Raymer. The party enjoy- The motor .omnibus of "Regie.
t-eftan who studied ballet with -Leon Volzi ed every minute of their hort' du Tabac" ran over a 3. year- -Sales Information avab
kowsky, Director of the- National School .of visit here old boy crossing the highway at for sugar cane, cotton,
Uera of Warsow, soon tIecame the first star of the Company and Bizoton, at 2:30 p,m. The im- sisal, etc., plantation
Mpait tothe ste, till 1957. In the end of the same year. Journalist Fred Miles, Editor pact was morta.- Following th of pe
=1i':to ..... :-,-. .. -- to i geLfan of RaAlway Age Magazine and legal ot.n.liries, the corpse wa sizes and im in
+wat.-to Pa~ris with his female partner to jomin Serge Llan s R" e ulim proven t
m .w-blaLet company called Ad~ai.o Class. performing all aye' his dstinguished. wife Virginia transported to the niorgue of the C o. e. bodlt'lojs -
m ballet coinpany called Adagio Class performng all ove of Young and.,Rubicam .4dv. General Hospita. Commeri busss
Srpce. .After- the departure of her Polish partner who .went back stopped hereearly this. week in. A1b ut 10:00 p.m., two Taptaps liars, .eq4ta 'ts, and._ho
o- ola nd- he danced with Lucette D6rsonval, Yvette Chauviret company with their lovely immtrluOlated ''1105 and .11.23 -boght and sold,
inrd, ',ope'e Clavlbr talent Friench ballerinas, .daughter Erica travelling along met In a head on collisionr. Theosh .LO I U
en 1958- and 1960, he made a grand tour of the, Middle and vith her. girl friend pretty Fran- later ended ut'aganst .an ele i Manager;"
E-ast with the Theatre, d'Art lu' Ballet, directed by Mrs. Plan- ork fSr he. Vaitian. kte ty inJupe FOR SiE.
a. He joined this year the European Ballet Company, directed at -advertisingt ...'-ke. A Ar. Nsh ambler'Sa",
wodd .famed .Leonide IVercind, who is with Ballanchtie the Eric and Mrahces ill t AUTO FOR SALE tomato TransmIssIon, Exe
mdt. tiamous balet :rasterp of thp d. CoUege nextrSeit. The .. Austin-Healey 1958 Condition.
"wi ehe first ballet dancer in tfil next Jitm of Mercine,. stayed at te' -Castelhait-i...ie: (Economical Siports Car) In Contact .
--. ... g. stors -.1 n .asorn.:;.-.n A-Ode Con fo.. --New t es.e.. :
4N*Crdcklers of, whiltrthe shooting will st rt in Paris on Aug- .srs were.taken aronoi A-Ode Condion. New yes. Place Geirar '
$t ...... ..il be sw"n iT -and country by .oger Poi"rpen. See BUTC A TON AVARY' GAR
1 hsft filpswil l be show in th- e h .ne h-,TV an..December ; VA.
btdi"cor. He'wll soon after l
iv-e Pr.ito- g&tfNew. .Yor-as an immigrant. He wiUl. work ,as

e -,al' Ja ,eqIu e were recommended here 'by Jean Gsse-' VE I NIREASE
%i 4 56*-'n coming here since ten years'with' his celebrate f. ..."
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a e-P..' Stefan -has met at.the Oloffson with old -I
S'li the.USAID and his charm- 0LAED El IEN '
Jo ; a vrsatile artist who' 1y piano guitar and dances
@ -d T cel, bie knew from Paris through Th eDirect-
t 09y- pdy of the Philippines ..

o '.I *J i I'ots of..4 beautiful *: r % l l I *** i irrrknu'tmwLu' *
Tstanai atgcore here aix -ths :

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3r..t4. a, visiy eam oa t i
'a ,e tg h p le --.the Haitian ..atists ..
own i. .for.. of. the count
( 1t i:h d mt leson of : I
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i, .temost popula1t-scen's r I 'j
... .rmaedpodern ..type of Haitian "- .
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.,r t .easy se',. her .,
CIEn eibi~t -broligit -tobthe AElJ anclia. IL''OB R
_W .4 cais,' dimtga f Haan I D gR O
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SPuerto Ricos Tourist Econ.oi
The v'st benefits to'b coffee and fruit. In addition to pst 63,000.Inhabitaat Fo
Areivb from tourism and M.e A its sugar mills and a tobacco Jy an agr'ialtural cenr,
s*overnmedt assistance to 3 processing plant, Caguas has a mon is today shifting i
Snew indulsel es, etc., can rnihber of light industries, chief to industries as itsain
4.best be. appraised froi the. .o5 which -s the manufacture of otf. income. Consequently,'in
fr|oUo*wngT'cts in Connec- its unique status as a. Common- Tourism is the other major electrical 'quzipmerit. new homes are being -ilb
tIlo6n with our neighbor, healthh of the United States, 'factor that. has made a differ- Bayamon, whichis twelve mil- the area and two ot
%Puerto ,ioo: Puiprto Rico has been able to ence in the island's economy. Be- s southwest of San Juan and co's largest aia Isinod
S-. create a- fvorable climate for cause Puerto Rico is so easily s considered pait of the great- hbQpping cente,"'i '
Puerto Rico is nm Island. 1600' capital investment from abroad, accessible by -air (3 and half, er metropolitan area,' ha al- moi.' "
es south pt New York in .the This is the program now known hours from New York by jet),
Caribbean. I" total ,lan4 area is throughout the world as: "Oper- .the' itmber of visitors annually .
about 'two thirds the size of Con- action Bobtstrap." I now exceeds 340,000. These tour -
2 6ctiteut, and its only natural re- ists spend more than $54.nkilUion,
utces .are its-scenery and its The, basic inducement to in. yearly with lotal' h6teld' and -
-*Imnrte. Yet it has. a population dustry is exefmnption from U.S. merchants.
i. 2-';40;000,- 'raking it twelve Federal and most Puerto Rican
WOimies'as' exiselj. populated' as .taxes for a period of up to ten .,Principal Cities. .
I'M.liited States. years.... 'Othr .;nducements are The.:principal tiess and :park- ,
.. the .availability, under liberal ,etig centers on the iand. are: ..
:+If t twefity four years terms, 6t' purchase or lease of .r3,1 Juan, Pon MayaI ez, S
-this. stn.,,-an .I. oa.r. value .c Arecito,he mayamou ...rty-
is" sU "slaid.has.prpgressed standard factory buildings. "Fin Areci, .Ca a nBaya o.
poverl pQystricken. ne-crop ancnmg is through the Govern-. Sano un,' t etpoital a, a th ,
0noni yto a country whose pre- .,iment Development Bank whic b su n erpla.n' ar a ,
eant perca.'pi ico ie is exceed will lend up to.50 per cent of the as apopui .aon "
ed y oil- coateralvalue o the machine-sa LA ESSO. STANDARD OItS., A.
i.n... er ..--. jour percent of the total. salaries .
S. tminzuea .The Bkey to any -i i a.pd wages of the, country. .
'.d .ozn .&$tng activity: i LIMITED -.
Pijrto Rio is an understanding A a'result of ,Qperation' Boot- Pnce, on the -outheruko.st,



.f every. bu-siss.an' the soutl 9 These plants represent an invest-, a .that' extends theleit ."of -U N E. RO TC,.:I-N ET ..
eipy Puerto'ican. ., ;mapt ot "inoe th ',d000 t sidsear e t UNE ECO.NOMIE Xt w
ft is dynaiffid andto-attribute strap. ae created o oethancto ies. o th, by .aor rbgs .. -. EOX
L'to Rico' growth to any one t OOnew jobs for workers in a difficult d.EC ESSO EXTRA-h ite To
r buto thamnost important f.d the fadtorie tfmermelves. as well'er f .. -g ..o aS
...ould...a. .pe :obethe. .dustr".'..asan..equal.n.n.b.r..ofi.ew.jobs and hih' i adde d 4.


.a-zaior -of the -island t is. public' .utilities eand' service many heat an e Uhht ind-te es MOTR OIL PREMIUtM 6W-o
Spest fifteen years. Becathe. so ndustrie p e. .T a inclu ding c .a ns -. -
"., ". .. ,.. ,"- ,.. ..-. .fo"" .und.es f h ,, nd fruRit canne- fO L nDU T'A N -." '" '- '
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fagi ta center with an irfl THE POPUAR BOND PO T T
oaties so t industry y- bulalso Under the personable m iag M a.






has plants producing rm, fer- YSE BUTEAU, the ajrobndii sta
i ." er, leather goods tile and wit s ig atmosphere --quite stereo mu -
-bcco products" a an -oasis of sorts, especially foor b siRessmenan
-... ut Arecibo. has a population of heir wives ho. wish to lunch- in the wel,
S-" ". 1 79,000; Its pricipal products are ..The busiessmiin's full course lunch "with "da to
u.gar cane and rum but several. y variety at $1.50 is now an estabs M fbv ont
.new industries -are. doing. in Soe of specialities of "th 'maiso', a"a "in "
lu,.odt.li- o paper olant bah P ictCil.r, have been handed: down for .ene rtio
'd~"' a-m production n e pa r ~ an--. d haV.e no competitors. They are "'amb.i gr.ti .







A .gasse. revise. homard flambe, poulet a ia RdsseI '4tbss8t
"ha -'atlO population of t asst de filet, -griot, e 'p a ,, 'g







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cane and tobacco. Small farmu E '-
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-1- stock for continued reft ng on on personal relationships, on the The proper morneat to. launch 'i ... ." ,
I I mode of consumption to an abs- that. tb&r6 .is no 'depressing e -

L:' ajrger scald may. wekf: 17e the ,other. Often kenkay wholesaldis modest, wholes4le operatiol;is is I
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-%,, least desirable alte'rnativC,, dur- in the, country get into credit generally in the -fall, when cof-
I spendscash if, she 'can avoid it, brings so sharp I crease in-
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or ell. St!,I, who, :, upplY, Ahem and- tM se and ether sueli iteuis axe reach- 1 ;
"",filot 'sell rapidiy. w, seeks to transfer soni-1, -measure cbntage :gain on th6 'nion('jr,in_
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16' a I yers. For women wbo: beginning to 6 the risk. s ch measures e ies greatly; byt :cam .rlgFi)f,,100 I
I d )arW, to take a 11yer in aLe codnt:Ty,ide' Then ihe:peas tail. So "
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SP'P s the,, prevailing impression ,which visitors'
Baviof the f tHa~ti is one of seun-aridity and.
.-Peb-i familiar with agricuiltart soils
1i. of the ,..untry as ond of.jich- black soil of lime-
o rigi, olis similar :t ome of the soils of Cub
the-. l Do"inica Rep iblic,. probably lb611eso otlr
p&throu.gh sue types of soils an' low rain-.
oii'- aid ronai.ives region.

U W. oming to ,onr attention recently
0 and in# so-,lrg re-Gr
bt lthie economy ofthe country. The ser-
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Aisp. Michel*e 0 rere and' Alexanfre
utish ei abundant r a i fa L I
ought~ th cotnfry wi~t the exeption of the Cul
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A:oi-'"nap, published. some years.ago by Messrs. Has-
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lack soils of liinestone.o4igin. The ignificanoe of this
tha flt such igneous soils. ae frequently acid and- pIit.
abi for pineapple and avocadoes, .better drainage ,
certain crops 'than the heavy limestone soils, although
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Haitian Fashions
In Texas
(Continued from page 1)
.n9., It was quite easy to arran-'
ge for oum club to devote our.
entire luncheon program for June"
to fte showing of fashions from
aiti. Our Regional m director,
Julie Benelf co:-ommentated ,the
'fashion show'with Odette Wiener.
Olga Silvera, agela Hakimn and
'.three Dallas models showed, the
fashions to a 'very euthusiiatic
,group Of women working hi ta.
sluon ,,public ,l ..o.[e news
iedja ind>el& fis. Guests
.roB t t it ,: were
al. eseif pe -mmentary.
not" only .inclb.ed. description
of the clothes being showibn Umt'
was, a very interesting discussion.
on Hati's attraction' for, the'
tript: Miss .Bene- isted Haiti
.bout three years ag. a.id-hs
cooperated- with me 'i Haiti pro'"
"i*otions before. Slhe s,- the most
paopilar., TV personality 'in our.
city and' .has given' minuch TV
tim to visitors fro .yur I.s-

The 'tree girls l to ay
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,over ,,, e.b ,lpn', rpg.+. ip.
Haiti oil .June J-.. teny-,ve
minutes o-Miss',;e.eli" .ive TV'
show iwas devotei-rto Abowng

Ti.,n,'iei witiie detfe.'Wiener 'o
aitis ',d.iis, attractosi Beau-
tilunlcenery .typtl f Hait
wast the backgroud l's do
th t'aS .'*' a'ad'4 -
Enclosed two phongraphs
,made ph the set at the Julie eB&
-nelI show. -
'Very. best personal guards.
S ordial y,. '- ..,
--. -. y ,an'ceswNILES, ,
Sa-es .Reesentative.
',Delta Airlines :
: : TICE' :- '
secretary holdidng.a .diplomA of
-the.Monteal Univer. .
French: -- English --.,SpanIlb
peU ng;' ,.:.., .
of fers h. Aer'oees to Commeree.
?k oratin contact .:
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PANAM'S PRESS RELEASE UESTIO

The "Committee for; .the ih- ed by measures of-.S. e
.provement of air service, to both to the carried s-
Haiti" has asked us to.publish the passengers, with a e'ti
Athe following public notice. to. the a4ely. of live i wand
The "press release" published perties. One could star' he st.' '
i" 'the "Nouvellinfe" July 31st as-early as AAUXICO liW.
in connection- with "efforts"' of 1948, BWIA .et. until n" o.l"'
an airline serving Haiti, present cently 'last year .:when', bi.l.|.
the: following observations' by the ternational carrier:- alIed.aeil
undersigned Committee,, for.'the wen Field to transport ia"
full appreciation of the- Public .Haitians to fthe Congo.> .-.'..:'
in General. 6, Thea :1 of.' di
1, -The facts put forward s.em measures -to. caerL, W.n
to have been issued with the aiim co'urs& lead to an ~-'ctua
'ot distiactiig-tlie "pubjie-opinion "without. monopolistic
fro'f .the' real probldmr, and does ge_" -contain, besiesreg
not' refute the severe allegations. posio to, fe' ,:th
and evidendc&s presented by 'his 'li diug fee'~ im"..r."d'
committee ,to' 'th, CAB''I' ltetr 2i, d which fortiatey
dated 'July 16t,1962. d lette ded:,iry.'lp.yea. :
put forward precise facts on te intervntio of-.6-'h '.spo
*mythof ,the 'seriice of the ai-' ible Haitian body. 'i'
line 'together with waving flags .7--The .ppress ._.telIae
of international. publicity in a' same -spirit of distract
v6r of ,aiti"..' .--" ,. b.... .pblic Apino ? "frorr^
.- '.,, ~problems has of'course'l
'2-The existance- of ..another pention' the ,touchy iuest
airline servicee I Halti' isel;, airargQ servicee Iti
,ecaeus' experiiende" -has proven is supplied spoadicay
that the airline 16ferred to; has contempt of fhe,- tri'exiu
never 'taken-the initiative of',the .ofHait.' --'
tourist and econpimy -are's, It fol- These' remarks have
lIwed the play.of.. -coinpetiti pose o ".creating a .pole
after Delta 'and KL- M ad 'it ir'au-' otily one aini toput the ree.
gUirated'. A s'ideal' low farl from .straght.
New. York'to S$anto Pm )ingo had (Signed):' '.
:concidea 'with the 'puir'chis'e of committee FoTi-Tn9iree
the EiEmbajador Hotel '.by .their mentOf The ..irsenieotoI.alt
airline, indicating their .-pirit of '.-:.:-'.!
.. : f t '" : t a
3..-With'.the ame.'aiof dis- .. '
tracting- public_ opinion, -it. "was ,-"
developed in' the p*es release,
an unproductive a 'ort leg. f.the ';*'*""4"*'
seryice.,to. lastbui'not the .re-
cise demand of another Armerki .''
can carrier to link Port'atU Prin- .'." "
ce with the "cross-roads" of the ;
Amerioas which 3s San Juan. -
4.-,-The announcement airline,-in the same release, 'of
a new service to New York via gO eN.
.San J~af, and Santo Domingo JOSEPH NADAL. G. gg
eoinc'des surprisifigiy with a tre :
cent big '"bob" against it to .,the CACIOUE .... A
CAB.., "IBO D AC '""
.5.-A short memory has made .'"
known in tbe press release that '. LY 30 M.
the -suspension -o service, "by ROM .PORT'-AtUPRIN( ,
KLM,- B A, DELTA and CDA,. ENTR INCLUDE D i.ti
without: a monopolistic advantat ROUND-TRIP .-
.ge" of this airlined, had refused BOAT .
to shy that the ceasing-of opera- .TRANSPOBTATION) "
tion of these airlines to Haiti ONLY $1.00 ,
enter under the untold stories of Children -- I Centa :-'
the interniponal- service supplied Private Dressing Roomse :\
at Bowen -ileld, which is strain- .'White. Sand Beach- .. I
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PO ESS OF INTERMEDIATION where finished goods are whob sn whraetesles is silch goods desti~ t
saled and credit to Y: smes rr povincial towns as Les, y-, s umed by peopeA g granted. As .regional market in the south, and Cao Hautt n in *lass position. Tidy hri
:N HAITIAN MARK-ETING unite and represent regionss' so the North, without ever going to the distinctionbten a -.
the commercial complex of Fort the capital. But inevitably such al products andyarou p-
au Prince unites and represents business women are tied to the ducts. Fifially, teei h f
Ifte-'cosd well, they pro- acter is reminiscent of many' the Repiablic. Por au 9Wnetae iclt. icinbt
L apdtrnso- atnAmria eetoolseAll of this description ',s by At this, point several 'distinc- perlshable, goodswihmy
etirt>csh bt ariclal o fft eas goivay ,of backgrund to the third tions may be drawn with re- easily bulked,an os
pasuply for .the mark- It is a city by virtue of its. large 'atraieopen to the modest frnet rd rgaigo efaie
ete i: nd hr family. 'I have yet concentration of population (now seller, of kenkay: to change, her ending in the capital, Firit, there high -unit price,
tofn carter who simply In excess of 200,000, it is believ-, form of business operations. The sthdiiciobewaen trade oms omia
hols hr csh sources in,hand ed); its, central role in admininis magnet which .seems to attract moving into the city and crade ete~ri~stics. .Othe uc-
durngth dadtrtin government services., almost all resellers intent upon moving out of it. Second, there in ih r
of ~ ~ ~ ~ e herkresadi or acitsfo motepnion i's Port -au r rince. is the distinction between goods these'fu areofep-j
of esekindsof investtunt; and expo rt. there 1s some petty There are,- it is true, resvllers destined to be consumed by ing the way reselr ne no
11'niy,.Lliweer; bp a .faulf of industry in the eqpital, .but in. its whose commercial oper nations fre lower-class city people, o the latrger corn ca
O& generally o-inddistrial chariac- relatively' large and successful peasantry in other reinad(Cot
Maker -ter;,, it ..resembles other Lalinf-7
AnA6 al ie ,hat .has. Amrcne cities more than it --'`
orue -s#iall sale born- does cities of, equal size' Ii Eur-
A aket wo- ope -,or North America,
t ael becomes dis Coastal'- cities in .such <*oun-
PLVWL~i~ly nrewarding du-, tries. are really ports of entry
fttg Lle1d.e.ispg and, summer and .departure -for praductz,., as
LTay-udraeto make sllwl seneso otrl their
boo 'ndegdyj, history 'as well as' their Iunction
t ove 'to' childred differss %from' that-'of :the 'Indust-
tose o, aconmssion of .,wo, rial, cit', -of th ttchirke~ba~sed
t 'hese~y, T drenwestern ied -'Ye %uch cities,
ighbothopds an r e important, albeit i
Sitn~~~~ar y ve cnmcAvt

pmissic. LMhe tity diffser f ie o-ids
-uhk inc .wth -elich kxasot.nymoto h ua
,4eota the wealt; 4o rthe Par ILIpr -L o ys a
'tnoes 'Ond -ise sopd Prom C eG ya d6
thy-aetiv ma be the, landsi~ieo all heconobay t ahc-COig-.. '
!~~~~~~~ eltl entylnty u also a very su'
boa 0a inditadtial n sharace ..of. tr u heog "ita ari- nauv IR
&dswh re'egin capital 'in cutrlpqdcinohe .Grtatlnd nusbr
i SyVPie vxl'egu- Oaitse 'only .tad- ortiqus/i'

enenn. ihes utem Heaitil prignt ]r it; brae .-Lcpi Too'' legrvauacex
77l'ekiy atheTes oands -btweeh -wdigferek d' e .G)g,.,
W.' fiaataive'y weightr" be"oipts in idtheltcognayse, other lS~ ioeauo
buh'n gtvpsoldu 11hanb.o tegippl 'uet

maayge tstbir "o:e: traen hatn ma, aswell
U be W bln tol r a t maj s u .< ifinishedh
praedbt id ai~lcl le ad i ancoes~~
*evmatnpuv_ors herfirdlit,*-th_ ucaptli h niie tedae
of 118 iid ge-copiintr, 'fsrd t jhqn, of no


-crops, Pa .jm cundsftytIheedthretsg k.tveld myes
Id'~~~~~"1 theoreically tral tr1tiauan et uvsupA
the esneitm whic ainr44' ;.cifo (in wg h
or&1mm' but intq. IVs. a st ea f,
;~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~h v a eassaie.Ths~les ti atv, e -grac a son
atext Doitwren *pric4 torsle, anP, by

fationf .Ru m-il T'sr alrvi:
a]erRi dess Goodyear Etbot e upre

y,~~enolg buk, a'Tripleue, Tempered-a V_ une exclu-6
W, ab P ieitdre un -Al ear A


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fNSU'DAY AUGUST 5th, 1962


(Continued from page ~)
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TELE-HAITI WEEKLY SCHEDULE
-PROM-AUGUST 6 TO AUGUST 12, 1962
I .
.J,-
I ONDAY AUGUST 6th, 1962
5: 30pm-Musical Program (Mire Tele-Haiti)
5;55pm-Evening General Program Schedule & Weather Report
6:00pm-Let's Learn English
6,4Opm-Children's program
?:00pm-
7;,Opm-Children's. program (2nd part)
7:.45pm-Teleflews. (1pt edition) Review of the day's events'
.8:OOpm--The Ford Show, new series; FURIE
,8:30pm--Alfred Hitchcock presents.
I:. 0pm--Telenews.(2nd edition) Summary of the late news, pre-
sented by the Esso Reporter
D9:05pm--Powell Industrial Works' weekly program: "I Love Lucy"
ib30pm-TV Concert
10:00pmp--Close of program Nati6nal Anthenm
.. .. .= / -

TUESDAY AUGUST 7th, .1962
5~ 0p4----isical "Program (Mire Tele-Haiti) -
i 55pm-Evei~ng' General -.Program Schedule
6:00pim--Let's Learn English ..
6:35pm.-Children's. Program i
:40pm--Childrep Program
7:00pm--NOBBt .--BONDEL presents: .'My Three Sons"
?:D0pn d-iiaren's program: second edition.
T '45p Teeews '(lst edition) Review of tie day's events -
8:.00pm-Ainerica speaks to you
8.S-prm-Teienetiea (1st part)
.b:00pmL--Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the. late news, pre -
S.sented by the Esso Reporter .
1)b5pm---Telecineia (Cont'd)
:00pm-Close of program National Anthen

*EDNESBAY AUGUST 8th, 1962 -,,
30pn-Miuical5Prdga (Mire 'hlealtbiti)
5pn%-Evening Genqeral Program Schedule
-. r
600pm--Let's'teAn English -
pir Madren'a Program
'40pmi-Chlfdren's, program: Cartoons
;.b0pm-Dragie., '"with Jack. .Webb .
T:3Opmn-Childre in program: Cartoons
7:45pm-Teienews'(1st edition) RA vew of the day's events
:Q00pm-'Les Dames du Corps Diplomiatique PreseateRit
1.ipm--Acfalites d'Israel 'i
:i30opm-.Boulangerie La Poste presents a. niw chapter-of "Le
.-r ': Comte de Monte Christo" -
i00pm-in-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the. late news. pre-
.. "sented by the Esso Reporter
905pm-Heraux Tours Program "Le *Livre des Voyages"
t20pr STATE TROOPER
t5pm- Germany Today- (Dodumentary)
pm ose of program National Arithem

S....GUST 9th, 1962
1.,all%- Program (Mire Tele-Haiti)
S5pm ening General Program\ Schedule '
l Ompm-.et,'s Learn English .
iLpm-Children's Program "
m,-pGldren's programsj -
i rpm-I.CI INTETPOL (lastweek episode)
l pm-Children's program. (2nd edition)
S4"pm-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events
I pm-M. SQUAD presented tiy M & S Construction
p.3nm-Telecinema .
im-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late news, pre-
sented by the Esso Repbrter *i
S m-Telecinema (Cont'd)
m--Clse of program National Anthem

IDAY AUGUST 10th, 1962
Musical Program (Mire Tele-Haiti)
m f--Evening General Program Schedule
wm--m.Let's Learn English
-Children's Program
I-In re
-1lture tutantine No. 2


7:45pm-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events
8:OOpm-Sea Hunt .
3.30pm-Le L[inrer des Mohicans presented by "Banque Com-
m.; ciale d Haiti"
9:0pm-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late news, pre-
I sented by the Esso Reporter
9:05pm-Tele-Sport
8:30pm--Gun Smoke
10:00pm-Close of program National Anthem
SATURDAY AUGUST 11th, 1962
5:30pm-Musical Program (Mire Tele-Haiti)
6:00pm-Presentation of Evening Program ,,
6:05pmn-Let's'Learn English Review of the courses of the week
,7:00pmi-Children's Program Wells Fargo Tales an3 Cartoons.
7:45pmn-Telenews (1st edition) Review of the day's events
-8:00pm--OUR MISS BROOKS >
8:30pm-Pan American World 'Airways Program: Ici Interpol
9:00pm-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late- news, .'pre-
;* sented by th6 Essb Reporter
9:05pm--Germap, Actqalities with Gerard Jolibois
9:,20pmn-Tele-Sport ,. / ,
1000pi-Close..o- program'- National Anthem

SUNDAY AUGUST, 12th, 1962
12:30pm-Musical programm Mire *Tele-Haiti -
1:00pm-Program Schedule I
1:05pim--Widen your knowledge
1i20pm-;,Cbldren's Program
1:30pm-Childrdn's program
2:00pm-Tele-Journal
3:00pm-7-USANA Program:. DESTINATION DANGER
3:30p m-Wagn Train '..
4:30pm-Telecinema "
,t6:0pm-End of program National Anthem.




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For Sa-le =.

CONTENTS OF : .

AMERIOAN HOME .

Contents of American Hom '.

Antlqei, -Reprodnetio, jplra
of Art, an& PerSiam Tape.,, ,
tries, 18th. Century Aademif?
Paintigs, "The Crles of lod-
on", In Meputint, Etehlags-by,
Famous -Artists, Old Japanese.'
Prints, Chinese lacquer Kiuiiyin |
Panel, 1Mth Century Colored Eu-y
glish. .Prints, Haitian *Coolonis.
Day-ed,. Old Haitian Console
Table, F Le.inens. Some Ur- .
used, Silemrare, Electrical KHE-.
chen Applances, 'md 0,t he.r),.:
Household Items.. 4,
'4 Door ldsel Autom6bile, R
9000 Mes. ', : ,

May. be seen dally between.
.nd 6 PM. .

Walson Greger, behind Cnl g
ese, Embassy, at.Museau..,
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;- ago 9 that ;is _Idcas'tuldly, uplTed byL-,banan&LDaiqkziris in of their h 'I c S, I ,jj dri&_
9LL : My previous Caribbean cruise occurred many years ; 9 1 9 9 .. I 1 9 19 ost, 'We fAnlcnis sores of' at ti lghtus!I -a canal lined With;'." aurant .were enchantLd ,to bear a lush, Hispanic waitre from striving u strife, Wild extianses o
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'L in 1929- An old traveler, they say, never admits that anythibg 9 9L L' : -9 L'. I "L ild,. t: ettgX- tt
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In these earlier days, Caribbean cruises must have been In th 9 Ly LWalk' 1 4, "L 1. L L ', '_ '. L _jL 1 9 .L ; I 9L r. L L 'L. L- L 'L 9L _'L L L L I -the world, a grandiose new h
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an aging german tub, seemed ` -a ,L- ,L L 7 9 L_ -9 9 `2 U T i;AND P611i 9 9,_`7" 9L, 'L9 L 9 'L I L,9 I L(Co&fift (d ikontil Pftjc;1)L L other smaller; ,charming accommodations wher
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1 9 : devil of a firne locating Soree of her ports, and-, Lin L wan enng 9 1 L 9L .. .... L : 'L L ,,i r Nlitit i .and ibl ; 9 9 I 9 _' I L L'
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sagas of th L eir island's colorful ks4rY L Z L L -, L L"',L L !al bburn6 dspo& L L _, ed to tlle ba, ajor event, of the- celebmtions will be the L national 'loarade, eating ,place& New industries are coming in, and the airport run--
: I about, the icruise lastesi a d&y or two longd than, scheduled. I L L L I 7" ,j-i 9,,L .'j > _. L : L' ;, 9 :, L 11 L '- L L
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9 Just getting the passengers safely. ashore and back eat fv rw ,44AW 4 -wa5 oVM L, S-94 6L, ( n -file out irbio1.,-towrt'I-fo 4theowcill-remaillered -, -P1' 1,
seemed Ao I L I e" W"t; L 9 L ,- L 9 .1 I 9 sk L it'a fi, ffi&fireL ,]iZ th -rl --Natiopal9l Stadium w ay is emg extended to -serve L the biggest of jets. -
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9L pose problems. At all ports of call, except Havana and Kingston, 9 1 lu-`_a L Ve' L I L. -9. -, flowSL:thu clia g Put hbukxandtheisa L with Princess M are,, 9 me "'fiefiraca L ;1 nal,9 Bleat ehJish f6r1n.L L V.j.'Au`m (If rulin J sfifln6 a. L t P ,-Mlnige
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_' .' ."' dings spprrntq gg !! ,pp 9 #idegL L L Us L acid W ere .ll 9 ,"LL 9, e -stadjain, -` L 9 9 I the jet provided a noiseless, vibrationless and gracious transporta-
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.9 L 9 _,-1 9 1 .9 9 L. "-. L 7";So' it ;WS, o'l L (I Do aica s tie L w -flag ; a .-cororful_ Lb __ tiori experience. It was an experience to make a Carib
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L But things have changed since. On my second cruise; we made 1 e ga' FOP' re 9 r', '. '. P L 9 t I ill irled, ffimewmile
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fI7 moments tel 'WeLslifies o carriages imd i I L L erald sic of birds is harder to hear nowadayr.
:ur way unerringly to where w should be, arld"there was no agony 9 L 9 9 L 9 L ,L 99 9 L ,, cut lio% city )_g noran Ie and 9 I -1 a 9 9 o. find and the- mu I
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,r hazaid about getting.ashore. L L I I 9 L L L._ 9 _L _, no L;i L So on ho' L nuo anC c I I Int'dern, 'L. I ,9 b 9- L t L be eel L ebr 'ilons will 16e' id- at- il- 1 9 I I I I
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However, there were more basic changes in the Caribbean. The 4'r L L L _,_L_, L I I I' I e 6f thoe i"hinds. I I i I I Idppenfi L, I I _-_ "9- -_ 9 :- L _. I
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first time around, ic coastal villages, with their tiny, bright- ULTRY L L 9 wittions, lkclyd ,in
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colored houses, stood out easily and vividly against snow I -house to .,g 9 9 ,1 L 9 -', 9 L .1 1
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9 9 Almo;t evei u cal L _j, new, buitcliri wm oil An" :"'___` ` 'L ':- ,, _:-" L- 1 9 1
L L9 I when he made a sale Negroes s4n' J:Iso Qogs as I 11 ,_ L L, ., -.-Sl- 1 .9 9 9' _99 'L I 9 -
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9 great., lengths ,of, cheesecloth, over'-fobacco plants to shadei (he 1 r L L I, I I I ess
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SUNDAY AUGUST 5th, 1962


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PROCESS OF INTERMEDIATION Prod.*-cts No Eaten. -c
By Pegsant' t!-.
IN HAITIAN MARKETING In addition to rice, there aie so
a great many products of the an
(Continued from page 6) addition there are stocks of par- countryside which the average 'an
Stocks moving into the capital ticular craft items which i.re peasant would not- dream of m
Ey be consumed by city wage made only in certain ru~-l reg- consuming, except perhaps on Ej
rners or be trucked outward tons, bulked, and then dlitribot- the most festive occasions. Tur- pl
ee more to other regions. In-~ ed to other regioAs though keys, chickens, guinea hens, gr
rded here would be the hulkc chains of intermed;a.ies opcrat- ducks, eggs, end the best green th
such products as millet. corn ing through the Port va Prince vegetables are among typical Ri
d cornmeal, root crops such "funnel". Included nere wr uld products of this sort. Though of as
yams, sweet potatoes sweet be brooms, hats, basket. ropes. course a peasant will eat such he
uiloc and malanga I.anlhos.- croupiers, headstalls, saddles and ooads if he is-8 ;-g or sick, pe
app. and Colocasia spp.. and saddle pads, riding crops, tin or if they occu unmana- gil
geable oversuppl3' ue to a f-ea- 1'i(
ne fruits, particularly ihonse braziers and other i:ikerwar, eabe vee o a ea-
vested in enormous ouanti- ceramic water jugs, wooden lad- kish market situation, he much ge
s .and having low unit prices les and bowls, and a few other- prefers to selJ them off and buy r,.
xeak seasons, though not par- items.. foods which yield greater bulk. be
larly fragile ---such as man- Consumer Items -.The same is true, though less the
es :and the, local grapefruit The distinction between those so, in the case of meat. The sig
rtlef badatk). Rie, *'n cs- items which will be consumed meat most commonly consumed ur4
tiali" rain, is consumed in in the homes of those having ap- is goat, it seems, With pork' next ff
eat quantities Lb- the peasan- proximately the same class po- most important. Beef is the meat ha
shiad by urha.i wirkors. but sition as that of the producer, almost certainly least consumed al
it' finest grade-s ot rice.. form- and those which will end up in by the peasantry. Hence products
big- item in the diets of people .the homes of wealthier persons, of these kinds greatovequa entities and n-
higher class levels, has already been noted with re- cy eat uants d n-
S.gard'to-rice. Rice is one of the ally reach the tables of the mid-
1u6,s moving out of the erpi- surprisingly few agricu Itural de and upper classes for the
;.-in addition io these basic items which is-,consumed alike, most part, through intermediary
tuf which are produced both inpoor an middle-class- series Most on the hoof moves
d, .which arge pr",'duced boo in' poor andin jaI.; -i nd. out"of th.. -ark ng. ,
ftaiti .itself--- include a few',settings. The- preferred variety '- and out of' the mark ing
ategic necessities which .are .of w6e&, called (Creole) repfro stream almost ntirely i t.e
sic to peasant "life, however or repsorou, robby gos m hdso men.-Rralwomewill
i:le; Here on may nienbtioi ly to middle-classb hmes and to buy up such stock, as described
p (much .of t produced in the boards of the rich..Less pz earlier, to serve.asa means for
) Looking oil (also rrJ..c- ed varieties, such as those call- investing capital; but men, for ..
Sart ing aiti, lotihand ed. (role): binfa and fiton, the most .part, sell it. into the
-in paxt mi Haiti', cloth. and ec. s ( o1e:, su seal. c vand i no
thing (both imported and pro- are consumer in the main by market again, r transportt on
ed, in several bocal factories),- lower-class people (Though- it th hoof. The .wy women corn-
t.. lor (some of it milled in should be emphasis that ,rice meay handle meat products is
.id.kosene, macheth., bush is, in any ,qa,'an. elegant fod in buying upy supplies from, but-,
.i es,: alt cod. 'elrap. In faiti:; mo-: Hitfiani of 'ne- chers to retail -Antiny p.tions
Ai t dd'kitcheit ,ware, spic- cessity-c.dtsuie- m rch mor.mil- n the marketf, or .i salting up
n ihddwate of some kinds let arid co -eal, 'than rice, quantities of pork to wholesale
.'L1inges% locks, .ecrews. rat' lince these are [esss expensive and retailelsewhere.
.xilginletsb, chisels, etc.). In' products) T, he distinction been sea-
sonal poidutts and year-To"ind
products partly'interse6ts' those
Other distinctions enumerated.
-E. ..ggs and. fowl.. for .instance, are .
presqnrt irr-' markets llTyear
round. But the supply rises'
SI /sharply in the fall. This is. be-
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'use the fowl are tet er .e.
en -usually with the chaff and
me broken grains of husked
id winnowed rtillet and rice,


id trash corn- during and im-
ediately after the harvest t.
ggs are of course also more
entiful. At the same time, the
eater flow of money through
e -economy pushes up sales.
ce, corn- and millet, as well
most root crops, come" in
avily in the fall, though the
aks vary. remarkably fr6m re-
on to region-remarkably, in
ew of Haiti's small size and
nerally sub-tropical climate.
nece stocks of the grains can
stored more or less efficiently,
eir seasonal character is less
gnificant; but storing proced-
es are, all the same. sadly-, in-
icient'. Vegetables and fruits
ve a much more truly season-
character. The calendrical


"spotlight" mo Cs across t'"e
countryside through the year, as
different regions success i v e l y
supply the capital and other sec-
tions of the nation with their har-
vests.


Variations in rainfall in given
years, development activities in
certain, areas, gluts in one har-
vest which, discourage heavy re-
planting in the next, changes in
the world pripe of coffee and in
taxation of coffee, and other
factors -cause both smAll and
large shifts in these successions
through time. Naturally, those
products which store well, are
produced in great bulk, and are -
basic to life, as well as tie hard
goods produced domestically and:'
abroad which are fundamental to
continued economic activity,. un-.
derlie trade which is year round,
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SPROCESS OF INTERMEDIATION days in all. the daily earnings may bring sixty cents or moar terms of overhea, this:1;
N HAT AN MARK T would be at the rate of U.S. for- In the. capital. At that rate, a strategic choice frin.E
-,.- IN HAITIAN MARKETING ty cents, or 2 gourdes; this would eleven birds will.pay folr : tond nme.'iTra.vel.for th eH
S(Continued from pRge 10) Selling Onions be considered very respectable trip, and thirteen will pay'fo self costs the sami"
Sthough varying significantly in A woman who carries.onions in indeed. And'any Saint Raphael their own, transport as well.as case; and transport;cb
intensity"with the seasons. he spring harvest season, from marketer with: a capital -of- 250 for the reseller's: Eggs pfrcas -prodice are high. I hav. t~'
Again, the distinction between the 'Saiit Raphael region of the gourdess would happily -halt 'her .ed at three :or two cents.'may presin thata'woman eell
durable, bulk, goods and items .north to Port au' Prince should marketing activity, it -seems, fqr 'be resold at three for five cents, satisfied .her proeft .i
which are- fagile,- perishable, have on. hard a "free" capital-the opportunity to .work in her -normally. There.are certain .-if- costs 'of r rt pp
'dAtor) -have igh unit values, of at least U.S. $50 (250 gour- Iome village at a 2 goutde-a-day .ficulties with dealing in these 'most without r i ard-to
/overlaps.-with, the others. Most des).; .even with that amount of rate. Were onions to- be selling products, of course-were there amount of cap ve
'important.inthe category.of per-. capital, the risks are, severe. ,at U.S. $9 a bag in the capital, not,. many more women Would least up .to'a certain
'ishables would be ;eggs,. most. Onions sell for .approximately .4the woman who- had invested her turn to them. -With eggs, the the saleses of goods carried
fruits, and green .vegetables. eight dollars the bag (40 .gouir- 250. gourdes in the -case 4escrib- hlnor dangers are, spoilage and the capital to -'W the. coltri
'These items have been discussed des) in Saint Raphael when the ed above would indeed lose mo- breakage. When bying eggs, -a promising, it makes goodcn
in other .contexts.-They are. con- harvest gets under" wa$. They ney on. lier operations. .No wo- 'reseller .seeks to separate outfmic. sense for the reser'
s.'umed. j .the main by middle- may sell for as.much, b.as ten dol- mran -can predict at .what price tie bad once by. xaiiining them maintain operations lr twei.
;-and upper-calss families in the. lars a bag to retailers in the she will be able to sell a[ pro- against the light but. usually ections.' athet than one. A
.-'city and by tourists. Hence most .capital. Transport .will cost fifty, duct such as onions upon reach- peasants will -sell all o*r none ed consideration once more
`such producee flows into the ca- cents a' bag;. the fare, for the ing Port, au Prince. 'She will The reseller seeks to. sell in the to 'do 'with her total'ope
pital -from all areas, and not- marketer herself runs about $4. know the goini price of the pre- sanme way when she reaches capital. If. she carries oiioM6
outward'. again.. Since they are Storage at a city depot costs U. Vious. few days and ihe -tries to Port au. Princei-but is not,.al- other..p'erishable .
itagile aind perishable they are of S. four cents, per bag. Ta"es-#re purchase in angeipaton :of 'tle ways successful. .The risk .of the limit of her
course -highly speculatede godsqd, U.S.. ten. .ents per bag per daY, price holding or 'even- rising; breakage is great, 'pairi ly to- the' city, sh?'s canot
..and those who deal in them, must. unless the marketer can sell.off otherwise she -Will not buy -so since the roads of Haiti are so stoic to carry home nti
sell offyquickly. or lose their in before the tax collector comes speculative an item. Still .it is bad and transport so rickety.and completely .sold off, -iles
:vestmren Such produce is more by. The total cost of the opera- plain that a woman who. can in- unreliable. Fowl are -less diffi--relatively give credit a
liablele' in, oth kinds to loss tion described here, not includ- rest twice 250' gourdes in such tult to'sell off, and less risky, ments. At the 'sie
through spoilage and breakage; ing. fod expenses for the mar- an operation stand a 'better but on occasion, particularly -in dare "not inv'est herl'pi
it.seems-tthat the margin of pro- keter .she will niormilly sleep phance eof making the trip pay the fall, .there are .gluts.' Snde capital in products wj'
it 'on these- items is likely to tree in the depot), comes -to than her less welt'fixed neigh- women dealing in these products have a slow 'ale "-
be very high, oir' else t6 disap- $236.' If .she is able to sell her bbr. As a matter of fact, only usually have high overhead ex- turn home, or ele 4she hI' f
%pear entirely, with serious' los- stgck at U.S. $10 per, bag, she woman interviewed in Saint Ra- penses and limited capital, a bad no -capital 'to bustockfr
-:ses. will -make a profit of U.S.. $14. phael.so far has'claimed. to oper- 'day .may wipe them out. Often, next .trip to the ciy.So

This would be considered 'a rare ate in: the onion trdde with: l6es as will be disussed in a mo- .clever tactics are emy
A st these various distinct. and wonderful coup, however,. It than tS. -4G1 cpital-this re- ment, fowl and eggs turi up as make the most of a pt
ltion and doubtless others, par .further, assures .a profit ov,et vendeuse. described -a tip which important adjunct sto&': in' the home, J.ut there a.e
cur market women an .ieir fivepercentgn the total invest 'demonstrated her intrepidity as operations of women'. bdlking always -Soibe.. women win
aU es.The woman who has mehti it assupes .that taxes Will well as hergood fortne. quantities of less risky produce up at. Pora t auuri
eL- .t 4tot u fr m thi.retailing be paidbuft-'"r onheday; and -a sort.. of speculative .sideline at: the very en
of bcabrac to some 6ther, wid- omits the cost.of fobd during.-. Chicken And Eggs which may pay the costs of a vest -is9 about: to' e ae
4er aptivity,-.asindicated, usually the trip. Normally, women resel- For women ;with -apital in the trip, but will not be counted upon their .orfe region andselt
thinks in tennis of -the Port: au ling onions in the capital cannot neighborhood -of U.:6. :-20 (00t. heavily to make''money. Other quickly,at their h aomnlet"
.Pri"e trade. Whatever altern-. complete their, sales i."-a single; gourdes),; -anotier- category of 'alternatives of this sort.could .1e .Bit this naneiver 4 may .il^t
:1ate ictiit f egecdts,-it inust day, such that their food aei -goods mnay-be foMi fitting name- .discussed here, bu, these' ex- oie case i..PSaint- i .
be. to'ield her a tax costs .are likely to be 'hi ]ly, thatfof 'eggs and-ibfwl. Sihce amplet should be sufficient .r woman,whoreturned
areass naBi e iiurn ,.on.her invest- et fthln calculated here. Women' the tri from s.a. point :such as" the picture. some coqgo' peas; fell sic
nmen She wil' learnthat the pro- often stay in the capital a week Saint Raphael-ih-the north is ex- :. sportatio s "o 'er- aryal.anda,.a ^.
.it margin on some items -is so or eight days.before selling off -pensive, however, even a fowl Another view of the alternat- sell at the local market
Slow fat- transport, taxes, and all of their onions. And thdy are .and egg dealer would %need subs-ives available is exposed 'when -weeks. By the tim sit'-
..so O5 .will eat-up her gains .un- .not above pleadi-g with tax col-' tantial stock -to make 'the -tripit is remenibered that a.-woman- operated congo. .peas er..
less Id lse sufficient capital to lectors to remit the collection of worthwhile, The -turnovier in these carrying stock into the city may I ; '. .
dealAn substantial bulk. Onions .the tax becausee they are so hard items ii -rapid' and the percent also carry, stock .outward. In ..(Omnamie :,on
will llnstrate this sort of: situa- pressed. If we were to hold, cns-o i ofit is. usually high: ofte be..;
tj.ion,even though the profit mir- tant all of,-the-factors discussed. tween- fifty and one hundred per- %.ne. LAVINIA WILLIAMS ARB
-gin on .onions is often comfort- in this single example and sass- cent. 'A chicken selling for U.S.
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SUNDAY AUGUST .th, 1962 J


*.' t' f T Latins Seek Bigger
heJ,. Sales To Euromart
ff. .. A representative for Latin Am-
1- Unaer a Washington, D.C.. dateline, the N.Y. Times reported erica left or Brssels recently
bhis fickler: In its new handbook for overseas volunteers, .the Peace to appeal to the European Com-
.' tops deals wYiW. a- key question: "There seems little reason to mon Market to -keep the. door
-i'tul a man who 'normally wears a neat, regular beard that he open to Latin exports of coffee,
1t6ould shave it off. On the other haMd, a group of volunteers who meant and wool.
*i'%" -, after Scdwic, ee-.noinic af-
, addenly-decide to grow shaggy, semi-ludicrous beards as a lark salchief of the Organization of
, .i... -:"I .. .fa'rs 'chief of the Organimation of
I-.' evidence of roughing it will bring discredit on the Peace Corps American States (OAS), carried
,nd make it more difficult, for us alL.to do the job". There, now. a special, note to Common Mark-
iiAl a couple of cuties from .the cruise ship last Tuesday caught et Chief Walter Hallstein on cof-
ightn of Carlos Pereira in- a restaurant and ristook him for Fidel fee trade:
C..Ks, Wooge) -'They saythat Richard Widmaier's new record Alm Is Wider Matket
y- .-. .. 'f OAS officials indicate a -case
s.*ith tl.orchesta arq tops! .Can't wait to hear them. -Lat- Awl off enal in behalf- of all
i*t cocktail party.gag is the bhai-sit .dollar b1ll described by some coffee countries f.' the OAS for
.a'JfKenedy. Dollar". It's a'real dollar bill ,reduced in size by a, widening market in Western
art d'.. imechanical process called, 'ereping". They should Europe '.for their, major espqrt:
b nme.'o, four lacy gourds! -Jim MacGuire of-th- Butler Chain They sad th; note will point
f ." I... '. /*out that the $300 million a year
-t.can is back with.Al Seitz at the.Oloffson. He says he finds Latin coffee exports to the
ceasingly- .difficult to stay away frorp .Haiti. --Saw Peggy six Common Market countriess in.
o ''. qu6 k lunch~g at Rendez-Vous, in work clothes- recent years -accounting for 20'
Abe uVtilstaknging .mvetoy .at the store.. Once a .year come percent of total Latin coffee ship-
5IUr'll-'wateri,.i.h? -Geo Gonzales is another recruit for K.yone; .ents- are far qutweighed by
-,o' as .-Yyona. is going to wind, up as headquarters for bilon a. yearthese 'a-
tio. ns have. bought from Eur-re
PBAwo power! -Pt Weekly left last-.riday for a'month in recent years.
4 1 2I''. .a nlterir-.redecpation mi- a hospital. Good;luck! .. -
lop o:- Seng hod poet,.;and President of :Senegal was dakcd The note further ill ta.e 'the
epre red.to6 -send his yqung'-African! studentgf td itudy in Europeans to .task-fpr the series
:"in,' and. he '. of discriilutatcry, quotas, taritfs
o, ..and he plied": 'He who studies "n Moscow na t wha te 0.
@ ]'i~ :*-"2;.;' r" ''' ".." '* r-, .. *," '. : ^ and- inte _aJ taxes w mch t.e O^
,k.ant n,. .i sat-.. Hurrab,j-Reside&fits -of Carre-, .i'.e Snayng the 'situation
.l;wvhiwwvelcdnng the .EW M man, wish he 'iad-'goething to say have "greatly hamstring"
k.o 'the:edInfestatior of rats they..:are sufferihg..-Al Picard Latin coffee. marketing;in E-
6 o:6 pm'. close .to home Of recent wOees (that's why you rope. 4 .. -
a: s.,'f)-hl o; save his tioney : e expects ,to' be leaving ---
'il8ene -b;f'the atnh.- -Mrs Noustas left- ate iat wdek -ar n % *
M .-f'i *'f" 'A .'h. th".e..*- sa"le -t-'ae 1? ,e .,, hse experts say Latin expor..
4but.whdre? -e ,.York; Canada?- r iee Lx.e
A bu, hre? Ne ,yrk;Canada? -whever. he is earnings from coffee-sales ii tho
tt:,'leep savingyour 'FABFibotops and Palmolive soap ,wra- Eurdpean community hive. beern
your, Colgte..,Dental..Crea. boxes. The Colgate 'Cash reduced 0 percent .-below what
te lmk this' coming eelk Maybe you'll e-.the lucky on they .could have %beeri in-the ab
Te j .prize.'of'-$1 .:.T hope so. --Th' BillW altefs ~wanto seee of thesee b'irie:...- -
r.'e" a---'" ;.;' ,,'" -- '-. h-On thie subject of coffee.inea;
Bill hasbeed. wwool, Dr. Sedwic will argue
hl ih.' cancer.' to go fishing, If-you're interested', you can for. OAS in Brussels that the eco-
--.latt.he .old- Cap'n Ace. place, in-Martissant '.the gate's no development programs en-
st ye 'fCedo :e (ys lht's the boy's name! -Wel 'visaged fbo -:,Latin Amerida.uiider
iiala .g..t: a Je -fion ^ il s ~ ~b "seriok, tlriatened" ,by the
'-2F.r:oner -, MD a M ie-is a corruption .ri the old .
S, ..ontiiua:hon of Ebopean "discrl
D ri'..an.d anothr'&isidat P6'et' au Pinic&.Was : *ititn. .
^^* Da i... .... "*iniati n. ....
ca.fieotRandei, b'u tials apot.her s-l ( course. I'm .-. ..
e 'aboutit lng ago. I always .arrive: late. ,tin" &aiea-'tie OAS ote
Sio.. .ou aore looking,'-for me; you says ~cgnize,8Jestem urf-
-.. -Afr.....eoldbj""bt iM ;-
7 -. ue that financial assistance- for
S:"' -' -::'; .- ". *- economic development shou6ld- be
S R ON MM RE AL.not taiffpreferences on.
-. : '.: .C.x"u":se'. &Fe". t'. ._..-'tropical"p.oduc .'
d .Named t.OAS e bou
.otin n o I -.' ol
-.... t..... the-. .'. -... oas ohi.esof4ped s #bo
.hI ti" Vi*- d-a. Ae -dot e igaizaion of .
'm ac the no enc ates (OEA)n place ed the
i-C.rFei'nE. ....ag.dy,-,of the. Ambassador '-Eriiest Bon- t t
s ie. -a. Wi join Eurpean conic
,h. .is ,some fear that as part
-, ; .. t any. British. membership deal,
-.,^ -.'-TAI'f, ':" :cthM' "mat abd ,wooJ. of Austratliq
7-. :-... .' and New Zealand; Britain's.Comn-
S monwealth 'partners, will be gi
OtS4A t o s. en? preferences -ip, the growing
RT, oj..",.. ...European market. ,

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New MEDICO Tedm...' DEATH OF Mme. I
(Conatued i-on piage 1)' FELIX' MARTIN
dical degree at the Bangkok
University of Medical Scence. A cable fr1om Cap Haitien an
He did postgraduate studies at ounces the -depth of Mme. Fe-
the University of Pennsylvania lix Martin, former Suzanne PFre-
and is presently a resident of the deric Elie, proprietor of the Pen. -
U.S. sion Martin at Rqe 18.
The funeral took. place Wedn
Jacques Lauriac, Chief of Car, esday afternoon at the Cathedral
and Medico mission to Haiti and of Cap Haitien.
Ehs Weden of the Care officer To the families Elie, Martin,
.here greeted the Doctors- on ar- Carvalho,' Mallebranche, parti-
rival Friday morning. Dr. Mun- cularly her husband, her 'sdn
:o is accompanied by his wife. Edouard Martin,' her nephews,
Roberta a Registered Narse and her nieces, Haiti Sun presents
their two children. its sincere, condolences.




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this. interesting, perhaps, :she lias. society. pays a lowpI ce n
HAITIAN MARKETING Fond des Negre E.--. made important> sacrifies.' to their for t hiat the n-arietih .
into making a ste uward in This woman goes regularly to educate one of her sons, w"o can videos. This low prie6 t..'pB
tilin'the aiket and ,she wasithe 'scale of operations is pardi- Port au Prince the year round, speak, read and write: French. Is guaranteed: Ey.'the -n
compelled to sell out at a loss. scularly important The cons er- at two-week intervals. Her major This last "investment" will pro- individuals participating'ti'4
.compelled to sel out at a loss. cularly important. The consider- stock on such trips changes with. brpne epceifi,
parallel m euver, requrgations d apln a stock on such trips changes with bably never bring its. appropri- tribution:. The price :it
A parallel maneuver, requiringations which can ball planners andt the seasons -now millet, now .at; reward; 1 is a neworthy if course raised byUch h.onside
niong toathial. is Raphael reg- one's ichcan 'be ignored many at corn and cornmeal, now beans, pathetic demonstration of the; up- tion as sshocknigly infrir ao
iofrom.frips ade with on e'sn ecnd no matter ihat exquisite or ginger, peanuts, root. crops, ward striving these women feel and high impobt .dtiute on'9
istoosfto -Port au Prince,. to stop care a reseller takes withe coconuts. Her. main sources of andmanifest. hides aid fuels (whicipuh
at the great h ighwa market stop e a resell there takes absolutely supply are at sme remove from It. would like to raise one fin- transport costs)'in ,muf
t thde great highway marth et at ib operations there is absolutely *o her home neai Fond.des Negres, al issue with regard to Haitian modern and scientific a;ci
SPnitaode [VEstere.in the Artio- 'wa' for her to know how well such that she increases her mar- internal market intermediaries, ture (resulting .i. poor-vpeBp
eits ey to buy up ri When or how poorly she wil do gin .of profit slightly by going It has been stressed liere that and relatively higher rodd
:e i in .weid in the a r Saint -any Rem tpen' outside the defined peripheries the arena of exchange and in-. costs)i and heavy t
e then oe t wh al e of that market area. She main- termediation in Haiti is typified distribute e 'inter'ri ae dia
t, intimer to u .newith a pro- Tho.ased women who arrest in their tains ongoing relationship with by stern competition. It has also v cities. N e 'of: these.
stuy new onion based an who do best in te the peasants and petty resellers been notpd' that many lierons however,, qan .faily be
stocks for another trip to Port regular commercial operations who supply. her by paying a bit who. specialize in exchange also the marketer's door.
Te is verymi- see to e the bigger holders more for their relatively imper- 'contribute such services as 'pro- wil buy for a.-ittle i
rtiant.-The Saint Raphael mar- of capital. The concentrated in- ishable stock. She does not,,how- ceasing, bulkng, breaking. ulk, and sell for as muchI-'e:ii
et .hId. Tdbrsday;. the mar- telligence which goes into build- ever, advance or request credit storage credit faclfies, and .of ket will' bear cannot.:
ke ere bridge held ng an original 'capital of five ofcr, her conncepstin er.. of.......
sday; .while' Friday is the or ten cents into on of several tionships (This ii an area of m hny of them engage ,in' exch- tho~s in this sen~e
S(though g y no mean ..the hundred dollars must be remark- business racticewhere th r e ange r lypal the -ime and to. of a al busloAi
) day f or wholes.aling g ons able;, those whe ,a pass the test are those who do andthose who otherwise' often, contribute to everywhere. Butt.. h
the capital. 'An onioi n reselldr hre the ellte of the marketing do not; it Is possible to -pay agriculturaltprod tion. Me st asks ro her service tse
in_... ha l._ n.g ricehes, .sem_. .h t.erac.. m,. e ., gee rally," whether, giViAg. and such wort en aie.self employed. of- the "fixed irges
1 um Try to reach P- or t experiences t-i """"" .. and apt these, "
rern ry to reach Port experience ad capital, these getting credit in the Haitian set- These women, like the market above; la s arny additional
atrice "Friday .morning, sell women show- fne judgment da ting is com me racially wise. sjbstemn which they n ainti -l in ge "- her customers ".. te .
bd1'P boy eMonday, get to 'Estere heir businesses, ..and w hat is 'Sonie women prefer to avoid larg part- are essential to the are willing topey o to^
o. ondayl o r Tuesday nd ore, e they atre in a ptaition to e e- o
o ,onday igr. .Tuesday, d aore,-th ae e a positionto-such arrangements, and give- Haitian economy 'as presently ces sh provides.
S ..n Raphael by Wen- tand losses which w- uld n.ck persuasive 'reasons for their pre-, constituted.. Were they eliminat- assured that, If ,those
a~ ght so -as to self rce in out resellersof- fewer resources. fer ce-- ed by some outside .force im- could' be had more
:- : ,... .. .. ,h sca.e r --se es,.o rc .: Sre hce). .d- wh"le- w. e n. pu some outsie .forc, d T0 Is-de n ot iore c,
the market-.on Thursday. She It seems characteristic of the addition'. to he .' "staple' is dt ,- w. .n o ther a he w i
coulol t conceivab mae a most success revendeuses to stock this woman e es to t.e o r andk ge .a.ieti scrsn. or m ., she cirbun
:ce ti to.. wie cap i t .the succes.ul t. rke b. s.e stosk this sias a se.. imde anbd ciey rouc ad pand op ir o un p et I y crcumven6i,
return trip to.'the capital the stibute their capital in several capital, she buys gup "f' ing consumer, between r 6ions- and a i ,B er and wYameyli, eg

";narke -'omen --- t tirqd. Sced- t.r o. too little' yet., about the mates, and s on. S he also car trid. ot is conceivable, of cour- We Afri... An -p i'
.J...,:.P..nes .a' e ,sen-' city-b a ed.wpen who have .. e .aes empty gallon jugs with hei soe,.'at changes in the economy assumption tha .flhtoti
in t. or umnenss operaflons come either stainary retailers to Port au Prine, where she ase a W ,hole may lead to a with- of distribution wil be.d
.of t 't ',- r .rg-scale dees in capital whas them .filled with ull-proof ering away of this system and ed by.t elimination f.'";t
i tEA 'to speak of thm-here.. 'ut in to be carried ba for-re- a diminution o 'the nunibers and diepan fom. .ab ve '
l. e: the ca t es ssf larg sae in th Fond des Negre re- 'activities of piarket, women. But abe before tie. fact.
yor. on an Ag ercich scale 'or seers, t o _ni a rcimm gon. She 'also buys some whole- 'vhen put the other was round, This-does not. evadeiie
nure oh orTercialo of-versatilit ntinem o ar sale stocks of hard goodS in the it is difficult to- see how any of whether the Hai co
ventures ofthes sortsThe con- feature. of continued success: capital -lard, soap,. and the changes in: 'the market system,..- s making the 'st os
cei which must go ne Fond des Negres market like-- but she does- this. as a sir- imposed from above, could pos- of it source On ul
S< .ODETtE 'W E E vice for women. relatives Who sTbly contribute to. any advance hard pressed to find '.nir!
-'f.,OD .-"e. "t .".EAre retailers in the Fond des No- in the economny-s a Whole. Litances where iuntelign"eel
VI. '.r gres region. In 'turn, they act Though 'the circumstances of qi-: arid.'. business acmi'
MROUP-- DE DANSE BAOOULOU D'HAII as .buying agents of .staple kodds the market sometimes allow the ised'up',with such.pr: i ...
Every Wednesday Night for her between her trips'. 'I she reseller to levy a high price for SidneeyW. V II N"t
sees items in Port an -Prince 'her services, either up6n produc-: Saint' Rap'hadl, Haiti"
-.-_ .---...- .. which she kndws to be in short er or consumerr,. or 'upon boTh, .-5 Augusti .,- .
supply around Fond. des .Negres '
but in .relative- oversupply inthe ATTENTION! U
city, she will occasionally take
a flyer! Her operating capital ov Your Pets
norbially exceeds U.S. $200'00 Pets. ..
(1,000 gourdes) but --and this 'NOW AVAILABLE
appears to be very important-- .
she..does not invest it all at one Fresh Rabies'Vaccine
time. When prices for her staple Fea-Go-Powder & Liquid Soap
'items are discouragingly low in la tc a d lc)s-
the capital, she has sufficient re- (fls, ticks and ce)
S serves to permit her to store her Other Veterinary Supplies
stock in a depot there in hlpes
"of a price rise, and still buy CLAUDE MARTIN
what she wishes to carry' back 20 Rue Boene Foi
to Fond des Negres. Friends at
j.he depot will sell off for her
during the two-week period if
prices rise to a figure she sti- 3
plates; and she will have word t' .
frgm other returning market wo- 'I
men whether to acquire large Yo k Ow
stocks for her next trip to the ay
city. Not all of her capital Is I W
working at any one time, it is '
.true, and she may appear to be
k'' ~ violating a basic rule of Haitian, j H I
market operations. In practice,
however, she is hedging her in- W A
vestment and guarding against
any unexpected catastrophe. (On
Gone occasion this. woman kas
FE ITG A -ATTI MU- -- I EX TTIrN U robbed of 990 gourdes in cash, OHNNIE W ALKER
GROUP OF. ENTERTAINERS while sleeping in a depot). She
BACOULOU CABARET THEATRE was withdrawn funds from her -,- sa
Capital at various times to in- o r
(Free Meringue Lessons at 9:30 p=.) vest in pigs and other livestock,
PETIONVILLE HAITI and in land, worked by her sons .







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t'j. ~t"* ecqalauirea. fir and second part.was boardd
; ast differet Radio Stations' 0f the Cp6ital Tuesdayp eight.
f01'3, 015,candidates'participating, only 787 were accepted 'fot the
;br "amimination. "Dr 'Oarloar Aroiemeni Arias, Presideht of the
S"f.te eridan-~'d tion' of lawyers and also D.rectt6r of the
rtincan Union O'Mde af Panama;,visited the capital, to..per-
so ^vite'"Haitan lawyers to tie. XIIITJi meeting of-the Feder.
I.t'...i, ch' will, take place on:April 22nd'to 27th, 1963 at' Panima.
eple.d flowers on the "Mausolee des Heros" Tuesday morning...,
SThe direction of the "Loterie de l'Etat Haitie-n announces this
wmek that the third drawing of the 'Libetation Lottqry" will take
I, p q on Tusday September 18, 1962 at 8:00 a.rn... Two dtsting-
i :sh blonde girl: the daughter of the U.S. Ambassador and Mrs.
i'~yond ,.Thuriton. and, the German Pienipotenftiiary &ibniter and
u, .l t Rit Lpedde Neurath. were seen daringg the Haitian' meringue
aid the Twist last Saturday night,, at 'Cabane Choucoune reportedd
S46 e':uirnste" Wednesday..; Mgr. Ferofinq, .,Papal "Nuncio in
flat, few to Jamaica as His Holiness Pope John's special .Ani-
bas.dbr tid .lndepadece- celebrations... All the tatino-Agaerickan
i tli^qmts acetedited"in m dit. u Prince were present at the recep
: '. .: : 1. ;" p ". '
Q; ti,,df ered, jby the- Repiteeitant of Peru on the occasion of the"
cI!'. ui' r 'ecrete of Peru, Saturday July 28. The absence, of. the
: bassador 'uston was: noted, arid. the presence ok Mr. Milan
d 'Plett Representant of Venbzuela, the country which is -the
P. Is of the moqvement- in favor of sanctions sagAinst the. new Peru.
SiaWt!egime was noted, 'said the evening daily. "What must it
Sthl)iT -.Nti duvevWiste" commented... The Committee formed to.
Iwecome the visitors of the "National iEditorial Association" Thurs-'
S a i. *
4fay was as follows: Laurore.St.. Jste1 Bertony Vieux, Raymon
S eaiLeu c .Ltoen Montas, yoger,Gamilar, Seige Pea Mme. Fritz
BOevr, Frantz; Lero;. Alcide Edonard,' Roger Joseph... Dr. John
W .ieri who directed the- "Institut Haitiano-Americafir" for a year
arift-i- -moriths is returning to Iis professorship at the University
Callionia. 'He was. farewelled at 'th'IAirport- by Mr.' mand
,-.S. Attache .Cultuiel: Mr. Uly,' assistant tJs,. .Cualural
Attache. Mr-. Julien Lauture, assistant-director; MrJ RoWgerSa-
vain, of the Cultural Service of the Embassy and "Mr. Louis Jac-
qu tesaot the-Idstitute;..- Two Japanesd businessmen: 'M4essrsfyosidd
,.. yanaralad ,T "o' Hori, visited. Port au Prince 'is. ipfe... 'Mr.
I elivipp Nofti.. Attache Cuilturerif the; French. li.baasty tii'i Port
au Prince, left for Colombia. (via -Kingston) to visit"his family...
'I.. ", *. .
M a"iaJ.Mrs Miumrice -Sager and, Dr.. and Mi. Magmndimof; Miarnmi
were' isit rs' iHaiti during the weel going up to the Cap and
the-'CtCdeue'And- visiting j'ith old frieridi ii the City. Maurice was
o 4cti f'iaa,:'uing some ten to twelve yearq~ago here and
.was. time businesss afa r o.fhe Port au. Ptinoe' Tlmes,
"Mrs. 'Stger was- principal of the Unibu'Scbhol during its period' f
_7eat expansion and *.,otl-'are remembered with pleasure in all
-egmnlms -fl the-ommunity. They 'left by Panair for their return
Sto liami' yesterday y,.. There- is a' P- p size' dress shop .hear" the
Cathdri that blatantly adVertises. -"We have the secret of the
Dair stitch"... US. Ambassador and Mrs Thurston are visiting
-'Haiti's Southwest this weekend and taking in the fine beach of
Carrheour-Raymondd (shades of the South Pgcific)'...


1" HELP" THE
"LIGUE CONTRE LE CANCER"!
CABANE CHOUCOUNE
k TUESDAY AUGUST 14th, 1962
's Entrance Fees $1.00
COME TO THE PARTY AT
^ Tisekets on sale at:
IBRAIRIB CARAVELLE, HOTEL' SANS-SOUCI,
ROND-POIlNT DE L"EXPOSITTON
YOU WILL BE ENTERTAINED BY
THE SUPER ENSEMBLE
NEMOURS JEAN-BAPLTISTE


h- ooe zasernes ot me Miilitary maize, the property.ot, OB5S
th following zone: .Sub-District of this locality, the the,5th rural .section cit St: i
Rue Americaine Croix des industrial School and several pri'- was ,entirely* flattened "iy'
Bouquets -. Cite La Salifid :- vate houses were damaged. In. wind -
*Fort Dimanche Cite S. 0. Du- ,: "
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v raieA -- Lancereules Radio
Commerce -- Drouillard San
.o Ghatehublond Sarthe -
Etoile Plaine du. Cui do Sac
- Croii;des Missions Croix
des Bouquets Beudet -- Ave-
nue Somoza -,Route de Delmas
- Drive In Cine .Cites 'Ouvri-
eres and II Cites Cidet -
S.t. Martin Aviation Sale-
-'ens Zone Maternite de Chan
cerelles Zone IDASH Cite
Milifaire Zone Industrielle Dr
c., Duvaler,a St.. Mai-tin Mor-
pe -Hercule Freres Mtfs-
seah '- RotteAviation Pa
tioo\ille Marche de Phiohn
. ille Bas de "Petionville .- Gi-
aIrdo -- Meyotte -I- Berthe --
jqis Jaid u~i,:' :r
Poi' 'Pr-nce,, August 4, 1962.'
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NEWS IN BRIEF

"Le-Matih" notes that the Sha-
da offices in Cap Haitian ,avte
~een closed and all personnel
there conged.
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'find no surprises in,Puerto Rico
and few in Haiti unless they are
prepared to fight 'their way
through .tHle 'jgle of commercial
'prinritivism' tha f now. clutter
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Port au Prince Safe...
(Continued from page 1)

|"preiohis this being the reason
fi' for the comparative mmunity of
Idr bay region. This is a tremen-
dons asset, a region immune to
hurricane winds yet only 713
miles from Miami and 1300 miles
Pf:onm New York. Gordon Damn
4paOught to know.

A. NICOLAS' DEATH
(Conutnued from page 1)
avD.er the weekend, the newspaper-
ireceived even. more startling,
news, word that the remains of
o the Gateway to the Artibonfle
the deceased had disappeared.
i-The day following the burial,
relativee' of the deceased-visited
e tomb at the cemetery ,to
pray, as it is customary: They
were.. startled "and shocked to
S.the tomb open and the
se gone reported "Le Jour."


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LrTTLE JOSEPH USED
FOR BEGGING IN
LUMBE HAS CHANCE
TO ATTEND FAMOUS
KESSLER INSTITUTE
(Coatinued from page 1)
where his. right leg should be
he has no such stump on his
left side. Abandoned by his fa-
.ther and handed over to ar-aun-
ty shortly after his 'mother's
death at the beginning of this
year, Joseph was entered into
Miss Caroline's Unevangelized
'Fields Mission handicapped hos-
pitaL. in Northwest, Haiti in
March. "
In preparation for his trip to'
the United States, Joseph is be-
ing taught English, and "he
speaks excellently, so far as nc-
cent goes" Miss Bradshaw re-
ported this week.
"An investigation 'is b ei n g
made into. this rather troubling
fact" ended "Le Jour".


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Jack -a sosie of. Gene Kelly-
and Bill are co-Owners ot Atlan-
ta Home Improvement Compa-
ny. The boys think that they 'are
too young to appear as bosses,
they take the secondary titles of
General Sales Manager. Mary,
i successful beautician just sold
'her beauty shop to become a
housewife. Millie is the happy'
mother of a few months old
child. ,

Marge Ryland joined the US-,
AID last week as a secretary:
Lovely Marge Is a native, from
Long Beach, California. She call
,'laiti a -oasis after'two years' in
Sudan. Marge Ryland raises
champion siamese cats as a
hobby. She. brought two with her
here. She is being.-introduced 'to
the charms of'the Island by "f i4
vissante" Joanne Van Noy also
of the U.S. Mission and Ernest
Martin.


New York is currently "visiting
here. Barney is a cominmrcial
artist and shows great if terest
'o the Haitian art, He is guest
It the Oloffson.

Lively Sandra Hodgkins, of
New York was greeted at the
airport Friday by her pretty
blonde hostess Kyle Bringhurst
and her mother and 'stunning
green eyes, brunette Monya .Ste-
vens, also a guest of Kyle. 'The
Three charnt.rs are keeping the
boys busy. Kile's father, Mr. Ro-
bert Bringhurst (who is working
here as expert for the HASCO
Jew to the States this week.
BeautifelS Charlotte Silverstein,
a :brunette and-Jacqueline Perle
a blonde invaded our shores Fri-
day. ,The two stunning young
ladies from' Miami. Beach are
holding beholders in raptures.'
Thqy are' fully aware of their
chazr and.,,are getting the best
Crom it. And they move beatiti-


!uily to .what. :rnhe music says,.
Novelist Gill Stem, .author of They are gupsts -at the .Mon.ana
the Celebrated NINE MI LES TO Hotel.
RENO, a novel. about divorce .
psychiatrically oriented arid her' r., Wayne Hart, a psychiatrist
cute daughter Janet Stern. 141 of note from KansasrCity is.
were visiting here., tl*is week. back again. He' made Haiti his
Gill, also a news writer has been second Country and the Oloffson
with Philadelphia Record -and Ai second home.
New York,Post of. which her fa- ;
their J. David Stem was the Pu-I Prominent Realtor Jamep Mac-
blisher. She founded a small GCire is on his fourth'trip sin&e
Newspaper in Hartford County, ]ast December'. He is an' active
MVaryland .with her husband Paul member bf- the HPBA. Olotfso" is
Capron before they got. divorced. his home. .
Her novel was-published by. Da- ,
,.vid McKay a.-nd reprinted by Sig- "Geittille"' .Lorraine Kushner,
.net Book Bright and lovel, Ja- .N .secretary. from Toronto and
net will finish bhight School iq Helene Eisenberg, f lso fTom To-
three- years." Butts"e wit not roqfo.a cu*renly. Visiting..
wait' that long to come back ,. .-.
here. Mrs. Caprori was delighted m Sobl, a Salesman ,fro
with her guide lMax"l-llo Joseph New York arid his wife Ielen a
who showed. her nd be, daugh- Travel Agent arrived here Fri-
ter what '"iuaiti hasi.est. They dy on .. 3 day visit
were guests at tidge lbLele. Ja- i -
net' is uiteie4 twister-. .Dign& Frances Dixon a teach-.
"tharmante" red head ,Adri- er 'and Judith- Carol Tqrrentin,.
lene Christen, an interior desig- a Lab Technician; from San
ner from Bemrne is h'aing a lew Francisco, Cal. 'are.visitg.,
day vacation in the Caribbean Albert Abraham 'Bzura, 'an:
,after six .nimonths. In Chicago American' industrialist having
where she .s an Assistfat Mana- many enterprises here arrived
.ger of Blake Interior Designe. .Friday with charring wife Pai-
and Consultants. She is gLbest line and daughter Barbara.
st thI Majestic th Petiomille. .,
Mrs. Juliette' Amelecourt El- Mr. Thomas Wooll, an Execu-
kon. a famous food expert writ- tive for the CARE from Canaan,-
Ing for many Magazines in. New Connecticut was met Friday by
York and Europe flew to Paris Dr. Arnold Wooa, Head of the
this week to marry the Manag- Public -Health. Service of the US-
er of the Musee de Paris. /Mr AID and President of the Rotary
Rene Heron. de Vllefosse. Club and sotie officias of the
SCARtU here.. H, is stayingat the
Mr. Yves Laine, of the Market Marabou.
Research Department of Air Miss ,Helen Maq Flynn. Dirpo,
Prance in Paris was greeted this tor of secondary Edpcation in
week by Mr. Philippe Iegui- Aurora, Illinois stopped here this
chard Manager of the Air Fran- weel-end.
ce Office here. He is invedfigat- "Senora" Sylvia Viera Lucio,
ing about the possibilities of ex- a professor at'the University of
tending the- activities of Air Puerto Rico in Rio piedras is
France'ln. the Caribbean. He is currently attending, the Spanish
staying at the Villa Creole. Seminary being held at the IIai-
Barney Etengoff; Art Direc- tian American Institute. She is
t.tootoitulaiPhotbgr y -p rom specially delegates here .by".t,
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In, Haiti. This Week


James Nelson Bumpus, a For-
eign Service Officer of the U:S.'
Emfnbassy in Rio- and wife Eva -
arh guests at the Oloffson,.E
So is Claude Arce, an Execu-
tive from Puerto Rc0. -. .

Hanni Preiswerk, a Dietielakt
Ruth Marlene Tjart, a urse arid
Linda Matthies also a nurse i'r
rived yesterday to join 'the
-Shweit* -foofll's sftda.j


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can-" you allord i-
SHaiti. W..
SPor"au Prince, Haiti-- WI.


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Puertorican University to attend
this Semindary organized ,br the
.Centre Culturel. Hspani- neri-
cain. '" .

Miss Carof Kornegay made an
appointment in New York with
,'gentille" Mils Nancy Taylor.
The two girls would meet at the
I obby. of the Grand Hotel off-
son on Saturday August -4.. an-
ei arrived yesterday but Carol
failed, Will she arrives rTday?
Morris Rosenberg, TV -E ecu-
tive arrived -here Friday' iith
wife Ruth and son Michael 12.

Dr. George Fisher Browvi of
Toronto, Dr. Susan J. Hutthni of
Chiefland, Fla., 1r. John lRober '
Munro .of Cahada and wif: IRo-
berta from New York an.-:'ild-
ren Suzanne:2 aiid.John lTomas
10 inonths came here Friday to
join the MEDICO Staff -at. Des-
chapelles.
.
Johannes B, KoopaL, a b&i ss
Ma"'ger from Holland ., e'iU
Theodor and. daughter. CaN.. 8L
arrived -rom Santo Dofgo.bfor
a. ten day sojourn at he illa
Creole.
Dr. Arthur Bergner, a ."*cal
-sthdent from New Yortk a:idf-is
wife .Dr. Reneee Kirsch tfi~dger
came to offer their services mo-
mneniarily to the Schweitzer Hos-
pital...

16frs I:ate ,Willeen "Myer. ,atnd
her. lovery daughter., Xfte Afpz
oufston, Texas are visiting alsod
this weekend. '

Dr. Don Prommias frbmrn ng:..]
kok, Thailand is lete..

John Dwight, .organ, A cons-
truction -Engneek fron P Dallas,
Texas and' P&ifeLinda Jane, a
teacher are slayn' a few days
at thd .villa ;Creole.

Lawrence Danielso, -a Clergy_ -J
mamBapker .rom Clevelend,
Ohib "is gueis at the El. .a.ncho,
Viltia' Kurzer; a,; toy r4e
'-from New York. >" .
Mr.' Hubert- Hoff, a U.S. Artily
Officer was among the passeng-
erp ardved 'from "San Juag Sa-
'- .
Carl Gulbransen, a Salesmn
f'om Norridgd, Illinois And his
wife Carol Ann, a secretary,-1o
ward .Anthony Cunningham, a
:Subdivider and developer .fri
Newpoit Beach and is' Wife.
Gretchen, John David Knudson,
a Realtor from Arizona and-wife
Trenna arrived Saturday for a
*3 day visit at the Ibo Lele.


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