Haiti sun ( September 30, 1962 )

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Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: September 30, 1962


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


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

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Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00126

Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00015023/00001

Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: September 30, 1962


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


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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00126

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- ., ,RT-.a-P'NCE, ',IAITI, 3. Ave MIarli-Jeanone CITE DU MARSAIS ESTIME Phboib 2061 Vol xX .- Sunday .September 30th, 19 .-r, No
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'New Road &

jtkii" ,Wbrfier 'Limb6rgiPresiolent of UBERSEE KAFFEE, one
il bet coffee customers and a philanthropic friend is seen..
V olbwg coluiinist Aubelin Jolicoeur, and. Mr. Albert Boyer,
d .e .A .oV..bnmh .Afflirs at theAlinisty: .h finances, lend-
,.- "'1 l:tyy iof 'Financs, blend-'
-.fe, .at i..qerved i his, thvo hundred coffee ;s .ps.
Wet Genay, ..during a recent visit' they mad in OGeurmany
hi. 1Cgest" '. S

.','.-i most outstand-
pn,t, tICoffee busin-
"y wvllU Arve herg
6day ppni.his annual visit
'kqpt .. County.
SPsldent of. the .1.3ER-
EE onp o4 Haiti's
tro4 e customers is conm-
er", to' visit his iany fri-
Sand .iiee,' with' hi ^Iour-
tiisseurs" such as Wiener, Na-
ion 'in Port au Prince and Otto
Bhuitt in Cap-Haitien.
.,.Mr. Limberg buy every .year
iiany. -thousands bags of the
korld. famed 'Haitian coffee tM
Mend with 'coffee from South
id Centra4n.erica. and -Afi-
a. aind Asia' .
" -, *M '-- ' .
'The man miends of Mr. Lin-
erg will roll iut the red carpet
r him he e Wednesdayy as he
i done forb: so mapy Haitians
iting Geri y.ya .
Mr. r Limrber.g" whose, motto
" '. (itinued ,on page 16)

ompulsory School
Sports To Be-

Physical Education in
Schools, coinu I s o r y by
aw since 1938, but seldom
enforced will be rigorous-
Dy. supervised, in the new
iMademic year beginning
etober 6th according to
e Department' of Na-
ional Educatipin.. w' ch is-
iued a Cominiqe to
'effect. mid-weK;
..he 'Eduaction.. department's
muiaq4e q pepcifies that the
r WutiCOntued on page 16)

"Herr" Consul Warner LimbergJ

0or Miss Haiti 1963

Provincial towns have
been. called upon by the
Ministry of Tourism tj
.form. '[regional'. committ-
ees" to prepare the sel~c-
tion of Beauty Queens
who will codipete in the
Capital for. the title of
Miss Haiti, it was announ-
.ced this week by the daily
Creole beauties frdm all over
the Republic Will compete for
Miss. Hditi 1963,1 Miss Coffee aid
Miss Tourismn durtag 'the :sec-
(Continued 'on pkge 16).

PrsdentnToTA- d rfl

President Dr. Francois Duvalier wilt address the Na-
tion tomorrow morning at, a sJefiyml.iiMfestation or-
ganized by the MRN at MariaFipi1 jL. the opeC g.
'of the' new 1962-63 fiscal yeat..: ; '" ..
The President's address will b 'badchfto the Na-
tion. The MRN has called u'.bVrunt officials,
employees as well as the ge eral atfe..the
Mariani meeting. .

Dedication: Of 'I
(See Page 3 For Further Photos ;

Photo Coverage,

A view of the bridge after dedication. The bridge was built by
ECHINT (the highway and road maintenance and Repair ser-
vice) and U.S. Steel with funds made available by the International
Bank of Reconstruction (World Bank).

Water, Sppl4,

.In spite oi, a oaibe'ap1ng
season, mia ia e n d'
'fons Of Pprt Pi,"Pnne.' a'
rPtionitlfe *'.W' idtl& WId
a water shortage 'and in sog
districts' water is simply ivaft
ed. .
(Continued, on page 1)

and Minister Heri e' BoV y 'r'SSpeech

President Dr. Francois Duvalier assisting his wife, cut the cere-"%
menial ribbon across the new bridge over the Riviere Grise at;..'
Croix des Mission on September 22nd. :


Bridge Tolls N

..T! l ol l ,al thie major highway, fo'"o'"
towns throughout the. Refpublichwvdpt& fl
week 'with, the publication of ithe ew "'io s
de la Republiue" La.ir' ;.
The: law .iie public this .week was sign
jrity' Lue F. -Frncoi; President of the CI.0
dated September lt tli.' '
Aticl&,' lst.--By the present will. be'paid entirely .o M.ie
Law is 'creaftd-.a spedial- Fuhd nuances and cnobitic .A
,called:. "FONDS, ROUTIEp .DE .Depattment. o.the t acou
LA REPUBLIQUE D'lIAITI". the Permanent 'oigo f-
"[' ..Fun.d..wl. nonli. Libeartiop Actlon o
.This' Fund will be administ- .Republic'o Haiti and.
ered and managed by the Exe- (Continued on page.
cutite. Section of the Permanent:
Council of the Economic Liber- french Hotelier
atiop of the Republic bf Haiti
according, to the Laws and Tg
rules 'f Admuiistration' refer .I ..t
ring to it_ '
,Achitect Robert'Baigs
*,Article 2nd.-Thlt profit' of du- .OAe1ect f the Hotelb i
tlabs 'apprb'isioning" the. Fuhd greeted' br e 'iuesday 'i
wil,'be deposited pn..' Aspeoial, ..pp iel Megv
non-fiscal account t the Nation- beautiful .ifeath
beautiful. .ath.
i ...k,.of,.the Republ.icof" ,.J old daughter,' ata..-t.
and: iiimi'hot be cbntuse- wt .,m F .ench..,Hoter : it
the ^ria~s-'to0the State 'fundrif gevai' -" the qj'


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,, '. MINISTER-COUNSELOR U. S. EMf SY explnedthe 0tio .e 'Jas:
n Haiti ThieekT DEPARTMENT OF U SY ice in Haiti to the visitor.
AT rEPA lM _Nl JUS Minister Desvarieux seized the
By AUBELIN JOLICOEUR D opportunity to underline the de-
ference of the Chief of' th6e State
en er, President of Varig Ai Mr. Curtis, the Minister Cotui- er of Justice, Wednesday mor- e
r. uben Bea, President of Vari Air selor of the U.S. Embassy in ning. for the Maguristraic tes and.o his igh-
U linq arrived Friday afternoon in the company Haiti paid a courtesy visit to During the conversation, the ferent jurisdictions akindis gh
Iof'Mr. Paul Baez, Personnel Filnager and Mr. Simon besvarieux, Minist- titular of the said Department care in the iudcain 4rs.-'
Mrs. Charlotte Franklin, Public Relations Ma- The cordial cdn ers&
nager for the same company in New York. W"Dr. Ake Nielzen, a Swedish physician teaching allergy at the noe to the LABORt .
SVarig s a Brazilian airline affiliated with l university of Stockholmn and his charming wife Britta are current LCOislative Chambei.nty N
Pan American. Legislative Chamber gn v
guests here... Dr. William Marshall of Cincinnati, Ohio and w;fe recent the argument'
'The distinguished \visitors were mnitt at the Barbara married on Sptember 22 are staying two days ,at the 9ssiohs which can rie'tt.
airport by Brazilian Ambassador here, Dr. :1 Rancho... James Anglisano an acco deonist and his pretty wife the workers and the .
:.NelsonTabajara and Mr. Jean Saurel, Sales Manager of Pan Am. Marion from New York flew down here this weekend... Dr..Ed- and. the disputes intei'. t
They are'ataying two days in Port au Prince. ward Goldberg from' Keqdall, Fla and wile Lee are guests at El people of our plam s', t .
RDncho. 'a, *ers and farmers..-,,:
'. ..: . Rancho. -. : - .. .^* g .
:. .ai.dan' economist Edriss Vincent, Head of the Department of **Bengt Rosio Executive Director Dag Hammarskjold Founda- The -U.S. MinCyter"o,.
Statistics,at the Banaue Nationale de la Repubique d'Haiti arriv-' lion in Stockholm stopped here Monday on his way home after particularly; was iipr b
.ed- here 'last weekend from Washington, D.C. where he spent 13 meeting of the Executive Committee of this Foundation iri .N.Y the cordiality .with whiqj was
ir.onths following the training program of the International Mone -**Agnes O'Don Nell, an Assistant Chief Operator. Tro weltnmed by: $he Minis Des-
W try Fund with a scholarship from the State Department., on, New Jersey and Erica Rapp, a Secretary from NeAhp h'h nid
Ii' ***Author Charles Fernand Pressoir who will .soon publish in Jersey are spending six. days at the El Rancho., all the necessary informations
SNew York his new book entitled "Africa in Haiti" (Basic Voodoo "*Architect Vincent Donnelly is' back here this week. Vincent on the action of the different.J
.'"and Basic Creole) flew to New York this veek to attend the wed- ;s current guest at the Chatelet de ]a Montagne Noire. section of the Department of
& din. g of his daughter Jacaueline who married yesterday architect '"*Michaei Finkelstein, a salesman from Sherbrooke, Canada Justice and left visibly satis-
al tied of his contact with the-qua-
,,erald Elie. d wife Naomi arrived early this week on their honeymoon... lifted representants owf thqI opne
Miss Margueritte Egan, a communication analyst from New Jer- of our important i aerial
*-*Youthful Hf aitian Agronomists Guy Beaulieu and Antonio Ai- isy and William Egan, a student slopped heree this week. Departments.
me went to San Jose, Costa Rica this wek to study "extension "*Dr. Gerard Frederique %ho just completed his specialization .
-.agricole" for 18 months. I (Translated from "LE. OU
Sgicoe" for 18 months. in Ophtalmology in Pittsburgh, Pa comes back this week in corn- VEIZ.ISTE'" 8ept. a' 2).
|'' *1bA group of sixteen travel agents from -the States conducted pany with vrs. Esther Eshleman, a, urse from Lititz, Pa.
VI Thomas Joseph O'Brien landed here-Wednesday on a two day ..,"Herr" Kurt. Ludwi gsent,', of Germany in Kingstbi{ is "
ormaton trip. They were greeted by Mr. Jean, Saurel, Sales current guest here. He was sen around in company with Mr.,
D.MAnagepf. Pa. A. and Andy, Andesh Mangerf. th $ouliier- Gunter Samabale.of the Germhn Legatiobland wife Evy. Next Door to th T
Si T ey guest atthe El Rancho. ere-ak .^**Lovely Ann Chappell, a secretary from Tate Georgia and. The collection of tollsbeg
oftO hot0eji topoo ok o~vgr, the accommodations. Miss Boots Jebeles, a secretary to a Congressman in Washingtop Fiday morning in .the o
;..'***Lt.Gene Bailey, officer of'the USI ade a short stop here this week.. Zone'of.the. Capital at. M.t
"L t U... Nava l I issiofn'er her e UtisC '1 -r'***F 'Fred Ludecke, Jr. just .completed a three month .vacations sant, Friday morning, anm
ie'.t e U.S.. I ' ces "be Nouvelliste". in its edi
Sava here this .'ith some relatives in Miami.e Nouvestein edi
ek. The Marine Officer .from North Car- Dr. Alix Theard, accompanied 'by. s wife Fancoise flew to tion of September 28th, 19. ,
a is acmpaned by his wife and his lexco Frdy to attend Congress.. oung Henri Robet Forb The same operation 'begui
..,7i-month-old boy Gregory; -"o t sells i Monday at the bridge of "gCion
.. psonisbackthi week Vi ill Air France from New York to he is g des sions" added our
:""Vic h.apson't is. 'back..-this week. Viq
o.to study engineering. league.
1h;-ko ent thirteen years here as Manager study egeering eague... ,.
j.':r,teh ,Firestohe is riow in Montevideo, Uru- .-,
a,. He -is a current guest at the, Oloffso:n S' . T I t SA. .I
'rg 'Charles Foot, a:'&epresentative 'SMALL TELEVISION CAMERA WITH
d .BlI tkinsop & -Co Ltd, a pharniaceuica l ftiipany of indbri WIDELY VARIED APP'LCATI rS -"
as met here at the airport this week by Mr. "Albert V.Aledrouin ..
.ithe M'Iaison Villedrouin, an Agent for the Ward, Blinkinsop

.*" June'-laine nIs ""Haddon-
W Jeise9 flew db h~*e' 'A &m Puerto
t.The ovely visitor, eet d' N is us dance.
:-0. ballet .,.n .Philad1p hi.-,jS .?,,e exponent
.,. al r: ms h, 'e held .ddiph,.e b r rlfr at Ca ibe-
.1'1J-I ltel and the Casin oTh iwnigt at Ket Dunham's
Thlabitatidm Leolerc, Frid&Ya ight 'aido Ca coune last
ight The young German sjiealdng visitor is ing: ier outings
Sbormipany, with stunning Ger' 'Pressl'iG ager or the
.'.ftel Oloffso. M .iss e.v. Levesde from Otta*aj (C ada), poet
T S4ariy Trell from Ne! Yoik, --Mis Candaca!e ve.r ktom. Pitts-
t .: '. and Mr a. .a. .ff-i "'." A en m every
guests at the Ginge ace
Ahale; a young Attot-ney'at Law fan Xew York and
.wife Joan were erintr'nced ith thbgr W~ here this
we4k;4fM and. Joan. got n arrived on September (i t d arrived
hrs .ew days later orl there honeymoon. Jin. a.' delightful dan-
cer utitroquced her husband to the HZutian meicngue. They were
uestfo' at the Oloffson, .. 0k ,.

J'ml- Blake CahooA, a noti np'"qr." p nd Melvin ,.'. 'U
:. Wright a photographer from Rochesteir, New York are stopping.'oa d B s"a e
th Sats Saud hotel. Tis smaultelevision cmeram o i tis Adio and- tel"viien .
concern, will be on .ow later .le year at ip Interhational Trade Fair in Las
4 ~ > ~ ~ :'. B u e f l ow i l e n, w a ssto wa "'a t" .'"-
n;. a.graelpedist r Buoi e .. w of appl.f a tions, being particularly suited to closed
n.. .. ... .ia. a, .. '`8'- nain nnide .a lir 0,1 1 ture' prvdl
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-AT.- Al! C.I.A Dffi1~ 4'.-. t"~ I

Opening Of Bridge1 Fancos val

the sei*uelan that any ep
tion necessarily dajres...,
and delicate wb i
Stionat thaat th
ion,..: the Iono e
cois Duvalier Is .do
is made all thfU Affha

expect deAi de
and srprisin b
the insincere 'ead.i. :6..
road % culipaqion.who'j
Their mind. hotlh, ese b:
hiddenn, motire of" eca
revolultio Jor -their own pa Z
al profit. Jih ordpr to to1-A
27 .rci their criminal purposes, ahek"
.i. to and he musto rha .
Himself and, : in.iets' e .c
ships to preserve their "l

SEngineer Roger .Beauvoir Haitian director o~ Teohint explain President Duvalier asking Engineer Bepvoir specifications of the fil nations' d .t mmu ty i
the, qualities of the new bridge during dedication ceremony Sept- new bridge. The conversation was held In the middle of the bridge people he duty of
ember 22. Lt. Colonel Gracia Jacqyesa, Comdeander of the .Palace .i. ' (photo .D;etzl and mahitaining the c
.Guard Is at right. of the RevWolution wth
other consideration than'l.eM
Minister H rve Bo yers Speech At Dedicaation e oco te so
these.schools, these heal
At the inauguration of the pl realizations; in fact they may the minds for a more or less rdins of-the former one through this bridge we inaug rate t
"'Frncois Duvalier Bridge" at be seen -by everyone; -.and the longtime, kept alive by the lead- the serene action- of the leader. and those roads that y
Croix des Missions H. E. Dr. people know them. I only wish era; then with the help of We are now in the last phaseof ernment' will rtal
isierve .Bpyer, Minister of Pu- to point out their useful aspect events bound tb every people's,our Revolution, the most diffi- SOn, are ,and d alw '"
Hblie Works a.i., delivered a in order to convince the skept- psychological make-up it reach- cult of them all. It' calls for the defence against t.'
peech from: which HAITI a SUN ieal persons that they are n-r es crowds; and finally after the great courage, sacrifice, politic- flous attempts of, thse
t ishes to extract some import- eluded, in the program of eco- period of commotion, it enters al sense anih consistency from seemed to hive swore hi l1
ant considerations on the gener- nomic promotion undertaken by its constructive p h a s e and the responsible leaders In' order es to th destrutin '
-a] policy of the Government. your Government. builds a new community on the to do away with the scores and county:." :
,': Preident 6 t'ihe Republic, ,
S'cretiries 'of State, Some people built palaces, ca-
e' nd Gentlemen:; thedrals as great. ostentatious "a aa - ;
'" ''o "* worldss which'can never belong
otay. we wish to pay homa- tq the people of the back-coun- ept e ci ht.FS
I-gito those eleetions that h tve.'(, these one can only admire
: made you the unqueptlonabile marvels at a distance, not
It Chief of the Haitian Nation and belonging to their world... But, CORNER' SHOP '
marked the end of a.period of in accordance with your pro- .
disturbance after which the true miss, you have chosen to im- RUE BONNE FOI .
;Haitian people, seriously alarm- prove their conditions of life, -
ed by the internal struggle and improve their uneasy situ- 4
which has marked our history, ation... HAITIAN MAHOGANY CRAFTS STRAIGIFE '-
and the heavy social disparities FROM U OWN FACTORY
which fed division and bitten- Who then can be astonished FROM OUR OWN FACTORY
ness among the sons of Dessa- of the solid foundations of your .

lines, deolded to make their
own destiny' and to select its
most representative an authen
tic"lpersonalitles to fulfill their
legitimate aspirations.

For 5 'years your Governmept
has strivbPnhard.. to accomplish
the promiises of the former can
didate of 1957, and 'of the re-
elected man of May 1961, to
t" justify the confidence of the
' people by the step by step real-
ization of their 159 year old
dreams. This bridge of Croix
des ltlissions, assembled and
completed within four months is
the host proof of your determi-
nallon. "To chilize is to trnin-
port". This motto can be un-
derstood in the way of material
transportation of human beings
anid products in order to ex-
lend welfare, and material civi-
Slization to all, as well as in
the way of the intellectual
transportation of the knowledge
and fundamental concepts of all
-..the aspects of civilization.
It would be fastidious to re-
I''call the list oL your government-

r Government?...

-' Because you have called the
r. people to cooperate closely with
the work ,ot the national reno'
vation;,thi t'eople can be proud
t today to offer a positive list of
i the realizations performed du-
ring five years of governmental
* action 'and It can consider the
future with full confidence. This
* cooperation was successful in
every respect; it has been able
to overcome the snares and sub-
due the resistance and the mis-
understanding ot the antipatri-
ots... who "tried to cancel out
your activities... it favors the
progressive and systematic set-
ting up of the economic and so-
cial infrastructure of the' coun-
Iry... And the people 'Is decided
to fight alongside your Govern-
mrnt and to build its own desti-

At a certain moment in the
life qf a Society, what we call
a revolution appeared unavoid-
able. Ordinarily the revolution
breaks down into three steps: it
starts 'first by fermenting in






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u W as Ha an Captainr Jeani Audubon, still great naturalist painter, orritho- en by some friends i
Young and enterpi g na.tur- Iogist anid essayist. es while Belloni Lwa
ally became enamoued o removed to JremieO
AOm Pages Of "HAITI SUN" decade Ago lovely young catu o A
nette Rab)in, who kept house for EPILOGUE ed the death of Ant
W~o WAS AUDUBON? has been proven false.her grand father, Monsieur Fou- Melle Rabin bore Captain Au- perhaps that of BellN
The information' given below gere. dubon, a second. son who. receiv- ly took Jean-Jacquesbc
The winner of the oisay corn- was, obtained partly from Oxilus ethnaeoBloiFuee.Nantes where" he offiiab l
petition is Mr. Anthony St. Cyr Fougere, son of Belloni Fougere, Thins wn o and nally ene
5, who sent in the prize-winning who himself was the younger old man F ougere clamped down both her sons, but during one Jean-Jacques toeth i" 'l
answer reproduced below. We brother of Jean-Jacques bu_ a mean hand on the projected of Audubon's 4rips t6 France, younger girl, Muguetw
know what was the gere, later called Audubon, and wedding of Jean Audubon and his slaves revolted
connection between the great partly from the following auth- Antoinette Rabin, especially af- lost her life and the two young lony.
American naturalist and Haiti, ors, .Francis Hobbrt Herrick ter be had discovered that the boys miraculously escaped
and it as Mr. St. Cyr who best who wrote "Audubon The Natu- captain was already within the death. Jean-Jacques was hidd- A., St
unveiled the mystery. ralist", and "History of His bonds of matrimony in Nantes!
Mr. Alfr ed de Matteis Fils, Life and Time", and from Con- Meanwhile, the hands of Desti-
local distributor of Audubon stance Rourke's book "Audi- ny had already marked Ma
paint will be pleased to present bon". A ADBN demoiselltse Rabnas anl dtu- -ji

th rzs f$0cahad3 H ASADBN mtent of it dcttehee p
cans of Audubon paint to the John James Audubon, certain- on following the usage of the*
winner. Will Mr. St. Cyr call at ly the greatest Inaturalist-p aint- tieUMs ObnwsolgeU81.9 EUI
the "Haiti Sun", Monday, at 9 or and ornithologist who ever to abandon her parent's home.
p.m. lived_ according 4o Curvier, was We find her as Passenger Ion "IN IS BNSA-5LE FO

ar af Le- bada emd conrla
Favourable mention also to born in the harbouro e Cay- or nuaed'conrla
G. S. Martin, and to Claulsel inu theAColony (f Saint Domin ving the prt of Cap. Frncos
This% Is in reply to Inote ap- Myonsieur YFougere, rich mer- the town of Les Cayes, where
hearing in Haiti Sun", August chant established in Le Cap JenAdbnaohdbunes AND
23r eitin.Fr~ncois, did business with one connectioirs, It is in the harbour
Jean Audubon, retired officer of, of Les Cayes,, upon arrival of AGENTESF STV IE
WHO WAS AUDUBON? the French Royal Navy who had the schooner in the early hours UNICOS
PROLOGUE goeindto business 'travelling 'o April b26thb, 78_ rtha A h ol set oEU ad n ct
The identity of John James ive Nante Is Iand Le Cap Fran- this world a boy' to whom sle the, behis oi the fidest pure old SCOTCH, WHISK
Audiubon has sometimes been cois. Here hesl Frnhwns gave the name of Jean-Jacque 4 ~ nal or fetVte n fr ev ury
'ieiled in mystery. Some, and' ;in d silks, and ok back cane Fougere', Jean, afte her lover, ag
aifong, them Alice Thyler, a sugar, and-indigo. As a side and Jacques Fougere after. he-r EXCLUSIUVE AGENTS,
"descendant -of -Audubon; tried to line, Mobsipur Auidubon also maternal grand father with
assof1tte" him with the, Dauphin,, 'brought in a, few slay-es which whom she lived.Tiis h tmnA ehlm&G
JIson of Louis the XV1, bu t this he sold in -Les Cayes.chl wo ae bc'e te

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bread or toast a chicken, with al the convdnfences o11 e. t
HAITI S UN ',z 2 dern cooking range. The stove is calle sfiokeless,-
THE AITIAN ENGLISB LANGUAGi. Tuse it was first edA- fndia (where today the
Editor-Publinlor -JERNARD DnEDERIODyi c n r t g .oo :ftevg
Community Weeki Pubjlahed Bunday Morlng i hve miijions) .and carries the smoke out of the houAe ., v
Gent-Rempnabe .~ MAUCLA. LAiISiB interior of the.house mfch coolerand ceintleiimt
Gerant-Respons-ble -' MAULI Ll ."to md "-"
ESTABLISHED The "m ok s ve nts the-househould bdget-
i dispiosing wit th e tuse oft.chacoal. Any fuel suwaM ..
palm,. fronds, stiqcksgrasa, leaves' can sbTed. t~is s
WILDERNESS .ENOW .. oierlfl' the ainount of.fe that' is:.consu ed1ji ad
---.. .. penfire, lhet.geneated b th-u
Croix-des-Bouquets' Wildernesi Eaow has ays which normally leaves 5an Meiit-fir ead 1 goes off ni
derna..s "" an "'... gQes o'_t intb ri...
,eem.ed to us a, charmijgrin-Ue.. tai%.,he atmosphere to make Haiti dci htter..
ge. in the center of the-laii we 'cominiy cale T.his.stove is designed. for ,coo diay for t house e
0ei-de-Sac. c h a i n ". t; wie'' gighe, a chaancintidyriapcd b tothdir pa
Readers of history. tell u,. that in colonial ys' a kitchen, (ille or hout. c4t th,.e ed.ii'te charcoal "'
Mnii a'pietaphor, in 'Paris wa 'eW'.c. a .a ,,toi bi&get4,,iep.the .,dSit aid-t tof hei o
lnter front Croix-deo6uquets. +ere -aoe iiffert.-ope top ofw ste low the
"uo 'q w the ui "fe""beY
npeeo sperus that oeg 0sok' top 'l -tv nwn...:
eaces that itwas- naostrospe scocook varips.egrees of heat desired. It costsnothing dped ft 4 ul
i g. -g-n' lnary. a.little+ .ime. In .ftet.it is like playing with ud and':ece pqss
S" -' of us il.s.e ~nsgre t nt. pes it io easy tobultd. It can be 'nit.B the house,' 'tgt. fom
economicc .prp si buer ut in the yard under.a little shelter aiiit n- 'ipuitj'? j
';fed-o oa6fl t, L 'd ortah Neby y dildn W a 'table. Nearly a de le '.]
e average i h Wrld or of nmy arts o Haiti ago Luther'I a a United Nations' e.xpe choose, the the a e
e rep are' considerable volpnme of esufresh J arbial yaiey r kthe.. launching of.d"Ithe'. moeloes& tast .whrli'
.t.eT-a~sily available 'for irrigittion by. 'tapping ..ti btove. He was. enthusiastic oveit the response ,of thp twctetied 9 -St
a and pumps. The Riviere Gilse, witte, faea,. people in this area. He said::cfhe-pe e. e over.the tin and the ''rbaMt
jupgh much of, the. plain 'seldom d ,. mountains, downthe riversheya from every-t: skirts "'hee :te-

I t]foreovet*thete is a canal that traetses almostui0 h .project before. The peoplfr hl bat they want and .ons. wVe" hae s a t so an' ut
1e plain, from a gorge on.its so'the te inei Marbi..It .demstnrtrates that an effort in mo- he'e diff rsnsi areausg
.ow as Basin General. The ,canal r.u n Aier4i rating the people ft'help themselves h.s been carried of the Capital.itt .dioes not l
rh-weast and reaches, well lieyondt Oroir-des-IBon- out by its leaders to the highest ilegree, It'will truly .perate-tp the 'satisfotion ao!its..
ets. Soil and water-conservation; -could greatl. ii- gi down ts one of the world's model projects. customers, who Hlave .man .i? '
| the volume of water available to is 'cnal. Ithe smokeless stove can be made i many sizes. For sons for cg6hplairt.
SPeople talk of winds but there are equally strong a family,. -public liitche, 'linic, hospital or hotel. Comn- one of the main reasons ,.
nrds in the rich productive interior allies of Ca ifor.- plete plans in lioth. Frefch 'and eole were made' a vail-T the sMdden 'absence ot one ot
ea. The winds of the'Oui de Sac hbve' ler been *ot able at the UN headquarters on the Exposition in 1953. the autobuses front circulation '
ican.. velocity in -thp history of the coauntry.Gupts ..Whi has't this stove been adopted? with no advance notice or re-.
20. to 25'miles per houoite experienced but can be -- "r -' ----- plaement for the missing ve-.
..... . i "I .... *f -. ... .. '~ -h le..Th s..prpb1etn...occurs ire-",..
inin ized by tree plantings. -.. -. .- r -,. qu ayo~-..ywaset are
--Thi rich plain is only .1,300 miles. -from the richest ve. old The passehnglwi w .l
rket in the World ithi .jet planess via Kingston 9 'fo ayonstie ai.a"e"tation.,
f irs away; by direct jet-ight whe .th new, airport locate alongside the; ,"A~ r !e ?
,ready, New York can be .e t lrs away. IDENTrrIT PHOTOS PASSPORT PHOTOS Valres f Rye des ronit
SB. m : nForts before learning that a I-.'
hking tomatoes, peppers and tropiea! products to mar- DEVELOPING ENLARGEMENTS REPRODUCTIONS tobus- X".s out of order. Fod "
q et, the speed of delivery precluding spdilage.. how long? Nobody can say .:
['There are pleasant leisurely drives for a Sunday or FASTEST SERVICE IN TOWN The -second reasons for comn- :-.:
holidayy afternoon. The plain, almost as "flat as a bill- plaint is that the sei ite e Iposind on
t:d table" is ringed with mountains to the south reach- e (ontued page dac
g to 7,000 and 9,000 foot heights. The blue s4k'e and K .
lifting white clouds with slight breezes make a pleas-
at place to philosophize in leisure Visit the market- G R a% jk e f or I in-

lace of tremendous extension and activity on Tues-
.ys or Fridays. Small growers come from 20 to 30 4 -V ..,
'les, on foot or burro to sell or buy at this market. FARE FOR HAITI
iso crack a- little with the people and you can have, One Cla .
pleasant unhurried fun and perhaps absorb a little
:agesse Haitienne"; there are indeed things to be NEW YORK PORT-AU-PRINCE (.DEPART
earned here. ,EVERY FRIDAY): 1 15


SOne of.tlhe biggest fire hazards in Haiti is the open .
charcoall stove. Expensive charcoal is big business to PORT AU PRINCE NEW DYOR(JEPAR TEVERY SUNDA Y)
thousands of "eharbonniers", who are a c o n s t a n t
threat to reforestration. The stove of the "ti cailies" LUXURY SHIPS: SANTA ROSA SANT PAUL "
tme earth add intolerable heat to an atmosphere alrea- L UPRSSENGERS SFARE FROM $S195.00 P
ten built indoors, consisting of three rocks and a lt- 300 PASSENGERS FARE FROM $195.00
kdy scorched by the Haitian sun. Besides being a major, i
re hazard it burns the pots and pans, causes severe FOR INFORMATION .
ie and lung trouble, and endangers the lives of the

n Thep answer is a smokeless stove- A stoe erected, O N a d a l C o
simply at no cost, only a little time and the use of a-
lair of hands and some clay. A great boon to the Haiti- OR YOUR TRAVEL AGEN I
'an housewife it can be made with an oven to bake reach

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.A ,. t I N' SUJAY SEPTEMBER 30 th 19
.. .. '-
me if the visitor was a rdiati- by foup S ve of the 'refc't Theophile.. Nadrall, i I. furnished all' The translate"-for .me into Spanish.
"." yRichardi. .The Secretary of thg,."cxplanations'of the Fortress -i -.-You can-speak French, Ji-
I.- t', ', "' Liberian Embassy who is Spanish, -a rthe6 poor Span: menizi declared, all' of us we
n'" "V, ',, : i now the Amdassador beard ish- since I .vas accustomed to- understand this language asI
his question and. said in perfect -guide English speaking people. well as Spanish or English.
Fren ,. At certain momnt, I was Belve me, it is not a "pois-
,-Ouiu Monsibur, tqs les' Ar- sei'iously 'embarrassed w en son d'Avril" (April fool joke; :
cai .ns sont Ifreres *ou cousins.,. Lt3yink o fipd oat' some" Spanish "Effedtively, Jimenez and. Del-.,
S- (. Sir, ai "the Africadni are itemsg I apologized .and askpd' gado-Cfiabatid spoke- flu e nt
brothers or "cousins.-- .' 'it someone.of th group .could French...
.-What you aren't Amerian? '
S. . wondered the boy a tf Nhot.

.'tl. ', ,_ i.. fic a. And -l beslt' proof s ., ;is
ii tda "'i the close'res'mbltlance 'you. un-
."Tli..der tnead Totirself between n m 3y i
.lb :.sida and ie t, .e f .
4,.1 '"nlawu .,,-" .*', * :: -" ..-repired I[o Ferqanddez with a .I: .'
.- . . large -.sm ue. . ,j. ,a
te he belt a-s he was plm the poiun Ar xt ..
et James aiM t iCt", a -goi.g farth l into the aabys- On Apri st 1948, Colonel'
cd; ouran;isftb wor -a g es, and old him D I. *- Mare PerepJietsn g geT
l ea :.. .- tic.tso..'* -:*,A',:.
INw-- ily --Excai e- me", .--ffr. H-uxiW ca.n some mon-th ~ -
.ed t ,.cover- a but I don't want t41n m. .... NE S el At iE .. ;
nth 'ant ctioon name C associated~ ::the thern-law SColne b D l ga d
a m the P re % O. ...$l .. .
r ed" ., your dranaie .death,. C, abaud .Nvho presided A- rthe-
*h;d4.~i lhwn ,LYbue3. omay,;. r t he sad Military Junta after the o oer- .
_F xnat*cobut' twaY m'V1 Mey".:," lid.... .. t.n
iaccor ading ', lic y, buth w o...Pre.ea. fi n e .a ,
S 'i t'oplhS qc l ent.. should h the Apubi me d to' ti' aand. vite Ihe -
i- help.'rptJm dit-, it your T oi ist D epa t 'Citadel. I Wv s oe .gd de of the'," -,
ment d t, u ." .h t group b, p..wbon were aciomnpamei ,
w h o -O I .- .-' .../ .i tr n .
1tedt. in the Cjta Haitisp -..
S,- ..'-Io did. lie .George T. rewer, then% A
7,. t om D R Alon g Wi.Dpoth
..tji "- bassador of Liberia in Haiti .RAsig
..don't :&rem berc' yhat I an- andi: Willl"lp 3 FerAndez.ti -
p~ed; at m pgiieWas ,Fiftf Setre ary .t1i ADirie if
.t oe.qn t.ya"mobXtV, -later ,, -thF ACitadel. ,'Thebo
W,". ,B D i otntr *, .. 0I, Th e Ne d he .
edtcopy of, The No ed their roses .t ght they Four Haitfs ruled" from
t. Tneni"' vihrt th were two colored gentle Santo Drmingo asboqd Pan Am
of the.,jotirnalist and readd from! the U.S The e-ven foun d flight 41 .Septerhberi 20thF with.....
.... .. .. .. -.-. n g ..- .de .. "
itu a,rfrwh re*, ing Christto_ Ambssidor" grd-a-politiLal pe- :i.L .....ter.m. The
,aise.. -his "A i a n sonality'"of the N rth-who w-s e i, th | wdr ci h *
GOATS,."." then the Prefect governorr) of and"&'inu i -twear. -I.
.... i " "." -p. Haitien. One of them asked: The : aiktl s Anit; h r.... .T
.X Lds iLibo, .ugu .. .ic.i.. a d

,'wt Smph t9 d. .- the I CACOU 1L.N. m.a 3 e mb nc.ana .uto r AsNS .. .

c P*[ & "" =" "":"" "": "*". ..l. i "' 'r aN ' ... m :' "s re-
fw oy "ChaH Doaine. n'incoroesm. .., ..
,r'rw aHn'nl -. 31-.. N CIH PTt-. 19 .n ..bPAan.: F9O.
.. :a'.tW" ie o s.'. :"EsPort re as and acdused of agitatNiUn. -'I .
4asiix ad z n e depoerotfged. alongY I.. with the.,Jour.b t o.'g -
.- .. Y ,: a.stU D T .. ,: 9.
hder' heh the -.- O 'Hins idified himself -s a I
Th beral" orUNBSOA -. N. ,inica njatin l- an was re-. MI E. B 8
.ed -s rai,"nioi -to. the T PORT"IATON)(."rded to OiS m"
opesed iank h. 1oU!Q -Agy0th turned by the' nextPAA plane ao
..id .',he. tlak,-i4Psdent Eastward. Ramvirez was aD..ast. aDANCIN
vras c,,e0s.:6nal :guest ENTRY (INCLUDIIN(i C vi-xut icuments, iugo or r""T'r
01t Hu-x.. yok f4t 19L ho! tickets. 'I CAST..EL..OO O UNTIL I lj j
hes of f the angles of the R O U N D -T RI- P. -r m o e o HIi t.
e. ..o2f. b n NEWS. INo BRIEF "
.11 .., . .a s -. V c. .
d a- ta neO Nicole Calixte, .F. "-td
-!&Ted his "attention to.the TR .. OIrAT ON) tiinled to Hhit'i. September 24th 4 -
r,, 'O .es, thank you!"''. ONLY $1.00 1962 after'spending ooe'year at 0,.;, ..- "II "

ek..ro." tife wa s edge to Chlddren CO 50 Cent, bans. New Y'ork. P M'O. Niple' \ "
f r pictures. ata m Calixte, is the first womai'froif. l'"F".
,. D', the A rm ed .F s l ho .d.i. L4
randret.u'nedvery Ylose" to I, be, sponsored by the U.S. Naval .i t SS o ,[.
-1xf oorgot me h m y warnte, edna- PE tTniE-Tu the
,. pdge, .tod hi by.-1'~- .sWhite nd, ,Mision -for scholig at U3 %
.ted States military facility.
1.' ":'" WO Nicole Calixte completedB U N E .EC .N..E
-"CENTRE ID'AIT. ,NOTICE obsen'ership training in 'Anes-
..../, ,'...".:" ;- .'.. . .thesil. S e. is currently assign "SSO STA N D A RD O IL S. 'A
te, rq A Co rs -- with:theSece dtSant
F. A. d't.. LIMITED
""",.,Ar.es l ln o he l r' The oAmerican Women's VCso- 'v S OFuE
no I sa a pre..k .oil.d ion.. O.o f Haiti I ill hold its.
7%or ,0 t .:0.p next monz o v ineetin ig on Wedn- I.dEeE
t". iuYi.:- &nd .Sundays by a~ppointmenit. esday, October31 at 30o'clock at P
the Peffnvil" Club in Bour' UNE ECONOMIE EXTRA :4.:.

I ...rs.-anent. b .ion aqg ou tile galery's Secon,,d Sae6 "After the business meeting, ani A V ''tss EXTRA "

Ei -gJha IA-rt center" "d Club of Haiti, -will speak to tho .DANS LE FERBLANC DOREfl
I I Iishoped for, and new mneras bn
out 4A.-.-Ill.. 'e g a re om0"
el -......... p -- .I -, Mrs. Frank CanMOTOR I PREMIUM
t e?'- are: A:--lmembers .... ..... .r g at tedac
II -s hoe foad ne eg


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FROM OCTOBER iST TO. 8TH, 1962 8.30pm- Le irner des Mohicans. presented ny LaAq'ie Com-:,
... -, ----- ____ __. : merciale 'rHaiti: "THE SOLDIER" .. r.. -' H
9:00pm-:Telenews *(2Dl edition) Sumimary o-f helat n'ews8t Pt
MONDAY OCTOBER 1st, 1968 sented by. the Esso Rep9rter ep.,I,... ,
5:30pm-Musical Program (Mire -feleHlaiti) ... :35pm-GUN SMOKE - .. l
,5:55pm-Evening General Program Schedule & Weather Report' 0o:00pm-Close ot program.- iatidhi" "';"
600pm-Let's Learn English -SATU5DAWO 1 '
.6.6pm-CARTOONS .
:00pm-TOMBSTONE. TERRITORY'- 5:30pn-'-Musicai Prg Sachdue e'
.730-pm-Ch dren's program,(2nd pa.t) 555p'--Ening.Progam Schedule .
.. : Telenews (1st &di-to)Review ,o the .day.' -env s 7:Opm---W-LLSF R GOt "A-' ,.< '
S -The FORD. Shoiw-$OMIOTn. ....P a 7:30pn-Chilr's Pa 4A, .. 2- e
S0 -The Camptll iU 'G Program:' SEA, HiN 7:45pm- TeleewsJ ( e., eu .day co 6ft,.Y e' 'g:
00TpmTelengwsA2ndeit) smiary oa thlatenews pre : :0pm --M -SQUA TiAYt e0gegJ Av
i; septed.'by theE e. orter 0:-m:."" *-.--. L rt"a ld- '
i. P..ow ..itcIu.Wu .orkw.'ee_-program: 'L. ..e .uy" .. .... TICI ,S- 'THE BRIDG -.-
'-RIYS OLD.G IEN' -. 9- 00pmr-Telenews.gnd edition Summ Wt 'new,' pre
,. Y' CLOONE Show .. : '.. '' ted b the Esso-Reporter .
aose1-c7 oj-jogram..'N d *aonal.An e . 9. '05pm-TEL_- RT. ...-- ,',- -.:..t- ;.".
FOAT.OBE l 1',, -.'-:- "- =" -9 1.0:00pPm-.T,ose ..pro am Z.ationar- m nem .:-.. '
-i rPro ON'.a.eii) .. UNDA. OrI EB th, 162
.:' --- G et ea! Pro.gram. Schedile 12:30pm-Musical progra...I, e T'_'.e a . -*.!
English .... .,m-Program Schedle '' -
pm, ib drn's0 Piogram,-st Part .. ... 05pm-Widen 6ydur mowcdge ': .".. .

SP OBBE & BONEL presents: MY TI RE S20pm-Childrens Program. -. .......
'"RU'- GOES TO CHOOL' 2 :00pni-T-le-Journal- -. .:
: -. .. j
S.pm-.Che p's program: second edition -- ":00pm-USANA Program: Destination panger...THE ACTRS
.i.--el- ws1.. st editi. yiew.- o th. 'day's-- -. n 3-:30pm-WAGON TRAIN: "THE BILL TANEE STORY -.
pm-A rica speaks to.yo ... ' ':30pm-Tele ema ,. .- -
0pn"--Tele ea-e n st part) Opm-End of -pogram -- National Anthem. ;, : gen-a 'l .
,St:: 3pi-Teinews (2nd ediony te ne e .. .. -" ..d.. o :r :. "'.- ; .JOSEP NADAIL i
sented by the Esso, R orter .. '
.... '. <-"- 4 e. -. . . ,& Bp e.... ,": g s -.. 7 4 .. .'.. .- .-. .' ": .., ;'
Teecmenim .(Cont'): .. 2. U..N. ..
*: --ose -of program -- National Antem -. .: ,-. 'C..

...5:30pm,- musical Program Mire le-Hai) ,,: : : '
555pm---Evening General Program .Schedule Th
*8.0fOpm-Let's Lemn English A y ,, --ALLERy- :. At .
G:30pm--CAR sTOONS .. ..3.pm- .- O Nl-. *A '-n -F.n

7:30pm-Children's Program, 2nd .Edition K.n A' e
7:45pm-Telenews (1st edition) Review' ol the day's events ulptures by PAINTINGS, by -" Y .*-
8:30pm--M & S Construction presents: BAT MASTERSON. 'o .rRANoul elo Waim -Spe And Snr1
9:00pm-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late news,, pre-, H.. DUPERRIER, V'T'eorgue Water-Skidl il, f
senled by the. Esso Reporter ". O.DU PERRtI~R L'. L ias ad S o i
9:05pm-Le Pavilion des Varieles, presented by the Curacao Tra- A .DIMANCHE .iabrIel From K.ONA
ding Co. 'N1 Je't'n. DEEP-SEA -FISiN"G ...
9:35pm-GUY LOMBARDO Show A A .. A....IO .. .-....
o0:00pm-Close of program National Anthem --
7 % . : .- " . : ( . A ,

5:30pm-Musical Program .(Mlre Tele-Haiti) ...
5:55pm-Evening General Program Schedule
6:00pm-Let's Learn English
6:30pm-Children's Program
.7:00pm-STATE TROOPER with Rod Cameion:, "ONE TI
t:30pm-Children's program (2nd edition)
7:45pm-Telenews (1st edition) Review uf the day's events
8:00pm-Germany Today
8:30pm-TELECINEMA 1st Part
9:00pm-Telenews (2nd edition) Summary of the late news,
sented by the Esso Reporter
9:05pni-Telecinema (Cont'd)
10:00pm--Close of program National Anhw.m



5:30pm-Musical Program (Mire Tele-Hlaiti)
5:55pm-Evening General Program Schedule
6:.00pm-Let's Learn English
6:30pm--Children's Program
6:45pm-PHIL SILVERS Show: "HAIR"
7:15pm-El Rancho presents: The Night Club La Ronde Orchestra
7:45pm-Telenews (1st .edition) Review of the day's events

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lhafl's "Gingerbread Ealace" and itmed hostolery the Grand Hotel Oloffson, show place oan
T., -'
IHitian architecture, exquisite cuisine and contented living. Set amongst a myriad of tropical treean

and gardens the Oloffson, complete with miniatureopool, is the haven for the uninhibited.
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inport 11nd L 6ci a I Indiist

:,,,.Textile I r
airs m
euqaicur aof hi.vch:- more, comple 11S 9LI09- Of rainin'g--
-abEt Lies-P
1 9 C
2 Uriug meth9d -A
vJ Artl U ai I t r
heseasonal:- nktirc 41 )e 6f- li,4ht' --cloth the di vdrs ty of.: in, (tntcepreneur talent
C t
L : i6e, b6iaess- Sut one' siRPe ts Pait( 4 X'Chfs -for cao- Inval b -ass
at it, a F Ver -,-drab t6 N o r' d o es I c e m t o
-f t td -it May V f46* ort t
vell be tied -up 'Attu Ire, jr), 'it
ow ;,an 1J, -is anY
-nu acturey if
a y neral riva situ4t
hpai d j:I,-and d&411j.' a- countryr an a ive
tput, nann eet 01 t such me,
tthe U, f o ur cofi ee -I)ro( su problem ;strongto 'me.,. a'general subsidy -to, it
an Zupqqt? ifiat cnncefi f -Her hey
r.9 o ma-nu acturrn
cb3nj7,o ng ong prices,, rna,, 'to -ttlzt
r, !t 1,-Qne.
-at th ef ave he,;, t -,7 S tMo
e to
is of -
it.:' And in( in Iast effition poor y' draiw'-n wiWoU mar ta -, I I 'j, I rj arc* Of That the
current "s more tfi( t
ia tio'n liisz boltcIiojAg d'd q I'tie "'i
-ed firfas,'may S
4ra t rize ult, U P- Y e111 Or-j of _it
cern P.q. ,edian inst.,r,- e e 'd 41 ok less by da Thefe is sbould,,bc ch s
inter,, ; 11
seems clear. -Biring pn2 go
flux" to. oubt Qg ai of Or h' Y,t
I sta
n a ux in,,t' am P1 b ah-- in&64M H t, "ingrQ tent
major, ch4nge In thos internation- Shortage can a-ise oricos Qt i a
if scorns robble that boilpngPot, o at --situation, -th -iii4t et ,pre'pgre m.qjor,' eg tile
Pfiblis as ,7
Is n--' in q tb
that, Haiti can look' forward Ih ,mulus'-. alone -and -unA ed), n
iwf id- en, tjyp;*- the 1j:Iest
aT 7 -P
next e 71 i ity that, Lbe, C
If years to',qotfon lining. equa', a
-aetlon-js As een --a
ih' 'f in
,sQems, more..
prices ii 64t tew'dclars iD- suiply t -zQst' in r e'e, blibi ff,
an -the $35, per isirig o 100 livyL,, Jhailri t to"!held -it tDon,
wl d
ge 'm
ar ost of-the 1950's oVr-, The, c 6, the
t o-0 the t)is ould be, t7i.-- icu
possible pressure:-:, Q.
that thcy,,,might
pos v eri say Certainly: apar wotild
-Iel.eveu below'that If the Us, permit itnpor 'in ere in mseTes
s ts to the announced policy ame.'' forw)ar ef- Tgest' ile for Jr6ii, CuiAai d t h xpanslOn
of reestablishing and maintain- Alternatlves.,are a. direct,
-pjes..and-,pitere in o,,,av Q por
ticl am t itri. its historical share of the fort to improve peasant '- S ;bL ts.
N. er) -A A g6e, tion' piiij -Japa:n.'
"wit the im or n
CCS I I va on
Jebate I,4orld market. This, of, course, and SLImu a e p an ing; iur- as t 'f, T e capriciou.9, Ll
the- ability'o the MI, S-q- C!
pemon 'le DRbi W,;PFA, W 'ed tiba ac
one, e- oijtl( increases the difficuty of re- tlier amonts,ith-- planta it*
satisfy domestjCL cou ore As equireme On
itian 'lions; rid, or indirectly per-' Sd IM versing the decline in Ila oU t,) nlheclothiin'es theywera pro the d'.
T e',
-(r e Li iit tmg
cotton growing. Also, it may mitting an increase in _4 e.
'b 1 .11 ;.-
du b Na
As Might 'L "pct-, or
ex ech,' 110 art fro
S'ing duties on CIng. ave 6're eft' 'ing- ro ng Indwdrd
'at L -as Pou'r ren -spi
Li well increase in in mill the grower by rai d 6ak
aw roUn i )UJ t b6 - L I ', cloth the importers-- otigbt-,,thO I aidjj S, _Ilp L "L C W,
T CU4afi
econgm! as t Uced, kcAfly, bd S I -and, iietp to use rather than export. types of prod lhc[06( -
ly (StXoJJgIY- c
ibtiCed' oVdenial coricen raL In 0 a v
Up, Iwas:,- mote .to JUStlf.---S
-night well: moan niore o" 8 Late-,
As the situation is shapin U 0 er,
by-an assor vora e orl _eJ1 L,7c e roML di C Spof
rS This'-writer several times L'
a cotton shortage ffi to
domestic is less permanently giving up ALr a -a
al, and private L-, a visor anSWer-,$ce echd 0 11 f
s b
Haitian G t4 t -ishiii els
in prospect within a I of cotton_ 6xpdrtii g The. I'd,- follow hg :
y, i ez re --to "d 8 alfi t is t
a eMp, e
Currently the mills are us:ng and woald certainly mean high t -.ri].est sPo, i,,bich coto no, however; was -1 e. -,go cro.). iti, eLL, or' the aver er cloth prices. The. conclusiol af
he VietorJoUS;-L-: Riti
over half of -that, evpn.L Iebutd
vi es- bKd-.;. an 41 ans are under way for exp is re-, evolt -
P1, a -there a cr need 'a-i e 51
ing, tJ )ress- t
interpre e Wro
M orterS- d the, la n
Sion and even for vstahlishnicnt effective cotton eXpanSiol PrR L -pd tha Jolent' fight VI g
of new mills. A three shift op- -am, rig an gi -n(Av; a
'ow6d- its ptibli6tio n ;is Jiand7: -1
by the Brandt plant re 7.a sq
oration fcan- cano;cut.tos t6,
hewrittilng- 6h
alone woWd more hdn wip,2 Government in I b :,at eir, f g- wd6, 4 ie
was -a blac out what remains of the erop: lie rnovii g to w ard one "tb
issue in effect of CUrtUii)gtP
Very soon a majot )Y 'Ing Ill(" t 0 ETTEw
dL 't- 0 e
ir to -import lile Imports.,. Oy n 1959 L h well become whether e
0 '.0 ly
Jeh real cx o
published- ,whi h JUfth
-'cotton or to T4ul W bt._
]a wa ea ng u a, or, Tr ALCOULOU.- D'HM-
If or ,goVprment actI0n-of,:. -- 9-' I ",
pension prograrh., seems :to bdd the ny- 'pr & rff,
A t a fome siiiii ar, S I
se;. &e'ry e a 1%9
P41LP, Y
th' em. b -en X
mills to bypass 7, 134 Pr 6h, FFE, A T 1= 11'INILI
to Ig -s r' r 6 ti,
1 sales direct
The net e, [gel OTI C11
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Captain Al Laporte arrived The family rf Captain Tom
from the Infantry School, Fort (Sully) Sullivan, Naval Mission
Benning, Georgia on September Military Police Advisor, spent
5 to replace Captain -George a busy. week celebrating birth-
I. Crist as Naval Mission Assist- days. Son Tom Jr. became 7
ant G-3. Captain lLaporte and on September 8, daughter Su-
;,his wife Joan 'are staying at san was 3 on September 11, and
-. the Hotel. Montana. daughter Katherine had her
first -birthday September 14.
x. x -
:-" After.. ending approximately . x x
three .teeks .at the U.S. Naval Harry Christie, Disbursing O'-i
TIolpitdil at. Guantanaino Bay, ficer at. the. Embassy, had ag
f. s4. : .(E-6) Robert Leves- birthday on: *September .13,
q",:: Naval. Mission Infantry.. .; .
st aponsr Repatir" instructor, was 'xx x.
'ansfee" by'Seice Rec6ords chie new Deputy Chief of Mis-
-- h .. ;,,iK'oval' Hospita, sion. of the Emnbassy, Mr: Edw..
SI--.Cf M: Min. rrPtie nninrit a bith-.




Orville and Phyllis Wilson of
the Embassy entertained the
General Services staff-at a pool
party at their home September

x x.x
_;Js'.' Naoma- Bauiatni wife .of
Ha ro'ld Bahgman.2. .Agrioultural
Economics .AA4is:or."at'. JSAJ,
left for -a one-week 1isi, t.6
Washington,' D.C. ..

, x x '' '"
Mr. .. John .~.otK; Assoi't-
a'r-.Progra QLfrcer.,(PJlanhing 4
flew -to the Statedo September. 7
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Ions ~

al Activities

m. English-language s e r v ice Servants' quarters; view of city
through September. Beginning and bay. $150. Charles Fequiere,
in October, the English service Telephone 4124.

will return to the 10:30 hour.
The Methodist Church on Ave.
de- la Revolution holds an En-
glish-language s e r v i c e, .each
Sunday at 11:00.a.m. The pu-
blic is welcome. -
" "- .'"> -. x x x ....
gO1- .SALE,. RENt,,OB. HI RE
For Rent: --2-bedroan house
at MIartissanl i.4Abaths,. kitchen,
iron. gnilles -'b all' indoy'f
.swimming-pool, .water" aUll y.
.*'' j i' '. 1 -

x X. .
For Benil: 2-bedroom holiusp,
Debussy, view' of bay; unfurni-
shed except for ,kitchen _whiili,
is complete. Contact Miss e-Da
ter,- personnel Ofiee, '.SAID,.-

rd Sale: 0Cldspot air 'con,?
tioner -tl000. BTU 11V;, exeel-:
lent .condition. Sgt. Itachel, ..a"
val Mission Aih-Section.

.l h aitA L, s atn t.U I.otcuOea e- a -ij*L urtbcausao f. hpLiuiuisun $aLi. .. -.. ol- ah e o.
.ember,. t-is e ,tedthat he day September 8 '". We offer him- our-tliere sym! 3 -" ':.
yill undergo extensive. treat- :' ... : pathy. "
e arid possible. surgery for x x x .. -.. . e takes ona rosy hu .
dislocat d vertebrae. 'Mr. Richard Lippewott, AID xxx through the-sapphire crystal
- *-'. *. Chiefr Office of Caribbean and Chuck Briggs, son of Dr. -F ;. a e n'"- ... -
S xx .' Mexican ..Affairs, arrived in Oharles Briggs, Chief,. Educa- of ypU Moado" Firmament "watch
SMjs ..Guilda.,Scptt,.:senior..dis- Port au Prince August 31. Mr. 'tion Division, and' Mrs. Briggs, .-a. .
busing clerk. with .USAID. --Ear] O.-Finnie, Mission Diret- spent the summer vacation in
1Saiti" Was transferred to the or, accothpanied him to the. Ar Haili with his parents. He- re- -'
iDJsbismg- ection4f 'the m- tibonitc ,Valley.-areaon lSeptem- turned to the U.S. September
barsy ben : He returned to Washing 1st. to begin his sophomore
S. ': i' Seplember 5. year at the University of Penn- t 'l *, :
S,.-. x.. . sylvania. Q x
Mrs Solaige rbbte6 A ,x x x'x""
'ID. .a.countarit, gave birth to a Dr. Edwaid .F. Crippen, Pub- apin Don Layne, Naval
so,, A4riere. Jr., at ,"anape Vert lie Health -Physician, Cap Ha- mission communications Advis-
lations I' the happte appire csta
S tlAugut28. Co tie departed September Tfor- or,. his wife Betty and their
" n" l :-- .' to t ^."e ho:l '
,atio th hasu station in AID W: ee. daughters returned from
eavee in the U.S. September .2.
.'. ... Most. of their t 'n as ,spent ;
':-_ .... visiting relatives in Washington,
.. .. D.C. aind Clevela nd .. -3
: .-.--4 "_ -.r# . .* '"
Passengers on. the weekly lo-
gistics flight to Guantanamo
Bay on -September 4 ended. utp The Movado sap hire crystal Ref o2654 '
spending a night away from gjea mswith a ral'ebrilliance. ."oi t.iook
: .sa *eFaf-^ ba 'is: Jc"ld -n .... r:o"-iorsardness is surl passed l ot.,
-4-- their families and out pf Haiti Its hardness is surdamSSd g9ld tiguredlai
i sly by that of the diamond.
.Rwhen storms trreyae.ed 'the Na- y ou will ch tfsh 'your ... . .
v. lane fromtandirig o t- Moalo whq offers you-a'.
S en Field on its ietirinn light precision.thrice triumphdht Ref. 14
SCOMPINC. Hsty efforts onh the. pajt of. n.three years (at--te official m iniature 'r
COMPANY.- ". e- " -ss bservator'y at ,mnt. gold 18 ctt "" : ,
Guantafiaro By .rersorinel m a- Siis observatory at d
aks f to- t .oiithyr" in your k4itcen... Use: naged to ,obta comfortab ,Neuchltel). gd Igure dial ". '
he i Srdwinneri, the TROPIGAS range. o ernight acco rmdations on
Sl.. 't the base for the twenty or .o0
... displaced Haitiapst The .pipa-
1 TOP URN A single -'flme with ne returned to .Port au Prince
9forace us .oeve cok- without .-icide the following

B. .The Embassy has. open a '

I. . --...i.,.-. whose ca erings. .
--_ widely e Mrsjyed, wall e i,
'" charge.' Hours are tentatively'- -
..P1 IOlI, iTEOTS CCool, econonatie. Pin oint set .for-10:00 to 1:00. The snack -.
P ts ar: yo third.-the size df ordinary pilots bar is located in the bor frorm-.
aflm tl ztkq eps raqe cool i uey wc :hi)$,and ery..,occulied by the comrpaiss- C
z J- ... .... ...' "' '" The Direction of the Casino. International take
v ,ualte -.window An inrdenox inaoal pleas'ure to present to its amiable clients th&.Speo- *j
L I f O? UI ER and PU L-OUT BROILER for day School for all age opened th le of the Season: ... -. .
r troug cleaning. for t fal s ePte LIE ANTILLAISES"
-'" "" .. 9. The Sunday School meets
O UlUaJOLe ." .,y 1tkensils: au* from 4:00 tb 5:00" Sunday .att~r- In the lime-light, tthe'FUldorie Troup of the Cash
-. 'n6on at the Uievailgelized Felds
S" A. issioh bead-quarters,,at Bo- -
-.. loise. Port au Prindc. behind A fIDNIGT
Sarate o alU.b lrners. - Fort -Mercredi. Children from 3 CHOICE MUSIC BY -
.... .etture W--is-- here. You must sej to to 15 are included jn -the class- THE -CASINO INTERNATIONAL .
It Eatoo eIis -, es; and an adult Bibl classis, directed by _the
t Es held for parents MAESTRO QU SN LD SEA

~#Ol J G S OM AN C INC hI he Holy Trinity Episcopal -

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;,UNDAY SFEM S .t,- V196ft.. .

r Often Rots On Treei n Raiti ',- '-'..'.;':.., .

'aT uae UAflt.nmnmd Cuavti M 6
Fj*rom far awat, Hawall come if they are full ripe. This puree capacity. Cpmbine flour sugar 1i r d
.some glamorous recipes 'or inay :be used, fresh, or may be cinna ion a 'lt Sprinkle '. %:
using guava. -Much of tile pung-, .frozen or canned for future use. over th fruit.. Add lime juice 4 cups t
ent fruit often ,poop- to waste. and dot with butter Cover with c
Too 1 many ,peo fa.rmeg and'Gu Mouse biscuit dough or pastry. Cut cups wa ter -.
even the urban dweller hto. not -, gashes in pastry for steam to half a lemon, Cutu.emaL -. Ad.
.* kiuiW how. to uilie guva. 1 cup fresh- uava puree escape. ; perh'sliens and bo
S '>*. I ablesoon' tie juice t aspon grated :freh gdgr af
'rFA zvrultl e ,,ieed- the- gum av*
Sfr e thegi va three quarter cup sugar. Bake in,a i hot even .for 30 to ot sl ; .'
l Ii yllaiHqa a4) e ot nd.Sacl and half"ttups whipplig cMaie i40 minitesi or .intjl goavas ar -.Peel gvas.. Cut 'fruit 'intdo in
Sguavak.lwoften, give!t .tdW' '. i' .'- ;. tender.": Sr,ush .crust With butter halves. "Rehio sott '*-inner "pulp ..neL
w ca tole'it IW cu vpor- "-mlk ,and .* .Serve warm".: with il' pa n seeds wit a spobn i
jsuvff'Z rhil.t ,i m rea. or vanilla 'ice creamr- suava shelsH intns pnsn mr-
4`.se~d .,:' 1t

8 ota e ert y W
Want to serve ,your mIY.1U- , ' .ar an#-.me jwce"o ,. -'. -.

o,:,y4Ufe" l a.-ko! nv ...ho.i,'aya ,
.. .. e o. d". '-ih P I i,Pbrciled', milk 9r ..--
t.atfi, now. h '"chilla- l 0wl11h ... hi-,.
:'ir'bft modm.wvhe, the.rl, Iil mzture'ze t 6 ho '
;Is cooked or 'used. w(th' t" th i '-
Kfoods. 'S& although-' yoi..may- no 'I
fI icte mfres&h gs'-a i 'flaor Gd -,* S C "' ....*
Sa m i',e s ure t- i("e,- .som"u' ,, ',-
of: fie products; jelly, ~marmi' .Ol.J:kr.tif> lit .. ""
lade 'ffothg,' chutney or sau s cup.btow'r? ; .. ;
ce. '-1egg,
.. ..... .. - L ,.* .p .-'- .' '.V .. .. .0 . -
Mae Use bf Y dur. k ,,.
T p g h -,,'. -".:'" :h" sad n io...I
Guava By Treating -haftenIi, ic ." : .on
.The Fani y* Of These Hf -l tsf o b OV W.el
tetaspo n ,. "
.Tempting Dishes ..Leo '. -- (: M
;. i .ea'po baking powder
Aloha iunch:- .. ha c(' cup candied orange .peel
.2 i. ,, If cuip a*u ii45 Cut inmalli
.a -% i l l f : c u p . sbeu t l k [
4A pups water a quarter teaspoon' t .
,.2twb thi d ips masweetenie
guCva:hc, 'rea t the faiusugqr tho
,a-two :tdrd -.cup.-orange juice '-ougHy..Athe .t pmaiPl, o:
S-.one third cup -lmie .jidce'. the n'ggredidht with the. soda
1ouiq .lhird cup freshl shredded dissolved in the guxava sauce.
-pihneappl Beat for 2. innutes Pour into a.
.. *greased .ad1 floured ]a&f pi .
Boil 'sugar and water lf 3 jBakeLiA is ?ov,300 ees-
minutes. Cool and add fruit juice [r,.abo.ut, 4i itutfes. The cake,
and pineapple. Pour ,6over.crack- "-ai k ot -ik"d Et'raI.ayps .
ed J6e or ice cubes before set- -, -A 't-
ving. Makes -12' servings of 1 Ra'ihs 'imay :be sotitufE
cup each. In this recipe 1 small for;theie*.i alge pe6ilor, this may
can frozen orange" juice plus 3 be omitted entirely.. A dusting
cans of water :can be. substitut- oif powered sugar,is sufficient .
ed fqrtlie fresh orange juice. icing; but'the-most delicious for
.i1' ", any".of the ,uava cakes islime h
Guava- D' ... ... *' -'
*L.. ime Bitter Icug
2 cups thinly sliced guavas ..
ffalf'"a cup sugar Lime putter Icing -.
large ripe bananas 2 cups powdered sugar
Three quarters cup grated co- 3 tablespoons .)te .juice j
conut ' teaspoons water %
half a, cup whipping arearil' one uatlier cup melted ll'utter .
ciect only the beqt -quality
ripe guavas.' Wash, pel, qna cout Mix all ingredients toget-er
i.to, halves. Scoop out thi seeds. stirring until creamy. Spread
Sliee guava shells thin. Sprink- at once. Calamondin- juice may
e; sugar over the sliced. gua- be substituted for the water Lf
vas. Peel bananas. Brush with desired. Spicialemeflt
1lipe juice to preserve color. aisee . po
Use individual serving dishes. Deep Di'h Apple- station, pour
Super-Rib de
Put alternating layers of sliced Guava Pie pneus tracte
guavas, bananas and grated do- entoilage 3T
cdut. Chill for 2 to f"hours 2 cups peeled, seeded and slit- sivjt6 de Goo
WhVn ready to 'serve garnish ed guavas
w i whipped .cream Makes 6 3 cups sliced cooking ,apples
ings. 1 cup Iugar
2 tablespoons flour
Purae uarm G OP
($tava Puree half leuspooi cinaiunOn
One eighth teaspoon salt
.'4teel guavas and cut in half. Juice of 1 lime
2yp a teaspoon and remove 3 tablespoons butter IL Y A DES PNI
sejIs. Cook guava shells in -
s.r 11 amount of water until Rich biscuit dough or pustr3 2-59-8F
te er. Press pulp through a Place layers of sliced guavas O
fig sieve or food press. and sliced apples in a baking SOCIE
i.esh guavas may be pureed dish, about 1 and a half quart

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p Goodyear. Et, tous
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A 1 S 1.1 N BU DA Yit 8t 1962

wills Hae trewothiea one he hoand bigsacri oisa P9hp eiGy02
found toip trbuios grun eatdblished hw a'hcod

Art. ,2nid of the Decree of 'Jan- 5) Tractors: Gdes. -2.00 pe
So Malice still had his pair uary 8th, 1962 creating the.Pe-r 24 hour day;
Long, ago, Where lived in of "sabots", and the old peas- maetCmiteo Eooi )Ml horse carriages,
Hfaiti two creatures, Mali- ,ant went back to his goat. When L.iberation of the- Republic of .oxen-charts: Gde. 0,25- by
cc and Bou lui.4-yhose ex- BogiswhmlaigteHa-iti. 24 -hours day;
ploits have Iive d e v eIr "bete" a little latyr, lie said to Article' 3rd.-Article 4 of the, 7) All 1 other non s Ipecified
anei hefllretlshimself: "I must be careful L aw of September 15th,' 195'3' vehicles: Gde. 0.50 a day.
recounted around the fire with Malice; his science is .reads a follows: B)-7Pont SoyIdo. (Dessallnes
after supper.' strong, after all." A I~h wnrothe vehicle to Big)
all ~ This-coliumn .is devoted be inspected will present hilm7 Per vehicle and 24 hour day,
to~~so hitrclrsaelo Ql r hisf representant at the, Gde. 1.00.
tile "lives of the two folk-' / E U G T srieo Ispectioll with e c-OheBrd toe
loro heroes. a marcltion Card of the-termbid~d:
PR MU GA ED, riel.Pei Vehicle per 24 hour. day:
The vehicles w~hich.. 'are I'm Gdes. 1600.
0ected every mot.,lpa n Article 6.-Thiis duty will be.,
H W MALICE.PROVED HIS "SCIENCE9! i additional tax of Gdes &5 n iid by any persori driving' orie
J ~~~~The, 1962-1 b-Btdget~ias ben :h ose- inspected ek7ery treee of the vehicles mfentfloned, above,.-
uqi as heig teth rad, he rda kilometre issued in a special, edition o' 2otsa adton axo Atil -Ay)Ulc driv
eweeirtel green -hther 6n Q .p ace, the other th fia pper "Le Moniteur' d i Betlsaddrcseiitd t.iraethcu
his ptal'e fiel. of idere itoull not 10mse.of S~eptembier 27th. -.The, docu oio cetwlendeetrtefthraspraonl
ale p dahe, eai-rentO contains' exacl 82 pag roin, itu illi f Ia pashengers, or, cargo -ccorrding
oth stone-.wajll watching The poor peasant saw the firs' es Sealimovmnshv 0.. tthfoowngtb:
k bo e topd ndpd< ee ad i ~h ude ti The additional th ile s prid 'a): Truck, Autobus', per pas.
J.s I W cipere Malice"., ced it' up. ihen; with a sigh;-he year. Thus the provfisins fo- -otl or a rterly by' there ve enger: G.20, ets oVerl the
cald.: tywitaay ayn:,,Whtexpenses are preene .i' IMle s r .59 and Gdes regular rate; aud 0,05 ets_
",upr,. crim *re_ wonder ul ;* pity thlered is only, one. It-s mor details. In certain c'hapt- 0.0a 'wl S^the5pecnorthcrorte
sou av hee, a jst e rghtsiz :M mi weers there :aes ttsiaof the initial tax -of Gdes.'5.00 b) Cnmionetits. and -tax is,
metd calculations cpncerning the ac, will, be poured frtito the specie per pasegr0 ls
Itivities of, most ministerial de-1 Fund callell. "ONbS IOT~ over the regular rate.
Bogitrotted over abnd look- Wilen he fournd the 9eco._ exmtdd
paitments. DE, LA RtEPUBLIQUE DTIAL1 Articlo 8.-Areeemedf
wie s fhe~a abat. eimedatl gvea The Department of Finatce tV .the.epayment of the 'duties esta-
crt hprt ryofjy n; lrghi ga adEconomic Affairs adte Article '46. -A, speialF tax of blished "'b r'i rserit, Law:
0'. he agreed 'te "oatel ran oftf to pik u hcileneto imeitely 'edONE GOURDE (Q 1.0 ),`wik eteve Ile mriiatrit e
Y Iowy lrt eoeaythrrvllrcopies of the Budget toa, -collected from any._vehicle n- "Servie de- 1"Et t" V d
bf, aS6 J_plf Y, ard 'o 11d find it. ...... .. ministerial departmbilts to' pee- tering the cities a~nd villages o'f Forceo Hat I t aP
q p pey $feequck? itedtea linit I the different couting the 'Republic" and "fConsuils,".'
979 adaaladto Wod&Bdqnsries to prepare their books; Article <5th.-.A 011 ,,uty s Xiticl e9 Lofi
ite hut slay L1 ?e left a ITgt -- Iope 1pi 1. V _
lih ea lf"di lce Ten tbdth ghnan aan n.etiracus etblhd as q~ows or any the Republic isau ozed tq
ea lo t nohe tean dshdvehicle, cros~siig a bridge oct- 'iadif te, i wav ?of. apolipiatlon.
back-veer oerthe 'lotu t ik It is known that the Se m-ed on the highways of the Re- obf the. present. awby- Decree
laug e, -er checks. for officials. S blIc public. afid According' to'the circtim-
mesqgoty te irt "sbo .lejuteinployees, and pensioners will: this .duty will be colledled as stances.
tojA6 have, a -onched it before: the "babi-
;,,"-"'' e delivered :next Mni efoos:Article 10.-The present Lqw
t pnd ud th ie 1t. The Oto t-bse iou t )~ig -ft x-e Mis- modifies all the laiws. or, ispo7
'ad-te- ar al bend. wil' take, place oqr. Fd ay ctq es iirfo a'al Dce o
I~ba YOU hidn' inaush whilee the ber_5th,`at- We 'Nation Ba Tck94,an- AUt 8:C ispositioris, of Decree; -all De-
_Ole tha t dhe zep"l 1: r,) 24 hol a crees Laws or 0ipstoso
re ngy.sho;-afd f ria 2Public "caioets ad: DecreekLaw s whiear contra
emqncope ieu nd ocod (From, 0L NOt WL ISItdis: G&e_ 11.00., Per 24 rj' and 'will be published and
yqu o\vho gave shpe aw4y tm f t,1hordyapid ec

Maic o-okno y, imure.Trhr o ter
w ite L I. Ih .iiii "h .a ai hourne da ,ap led,.d .

then oifn j oica e ',What Iga nv1 itb hivn crsipe

m idt 'he Bogi~s tur I thbc le ng-t, k1 rebhrd 6him."
jMble clldBogi n
aug 0,ugtHHsi: Cm adse opr
Te r6ond.etl bnut'."run Tyiotqu e i -bdaggk' to'.
haSE tAe N1t"We te ha
pubtin, dn adt sao', e .,placed we irth VA
they aitedby tecand sizntho& ho, e bc
Oh sa Whaget, a asspi mDa aa' ecudt Inthepl O
ce oilld edsta speln: whee hehab tron heote
Ate Evng cam aol
said "Ypu pee thatlher goa aId the t pih rd
goitt awayr at.. giv tote ant, wkre the "pyan"ET E TA T

ntel dyo ti-mjllacros's besie rh ri, d
heq onte betro,, saied of When quell haiatsali&I%, bheh

te~ ~ h wy (4m( bo fflos -alon the Xai: he ai s

UNbAY SEPTEMBER 80th, 1969
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I ts In .
ISto" n.

.-Engineer Jacques McGuffie of
the Shell and wife Solange and
his mother-in-law Mrs. Marie
Combres went to New York
Tuesday to catch the Air Fran-
ce Boeing to go to Paris. Jac-
Sques will attend a conference
of the Shell Company in Lon-
don and 'will make a four month
tour through Europe.

-rMr. George Patrick Rutland,
Jr. a banker from New York
Celebrated his birthday Monday
September 24th. He is guest at
the El Rancho.
-Robert Pessak, a merchant
from Miami and wife Carol an

artist are guests at the Hotel
Salvador. '

-Jacob Pesaric, Vice-President
of a Company in Puerto Rico
and wife Elizabeth arrived last
wek for an 8 day visit.

-Ambassador of Panama Aure-
lio Guardia greeted last week
her daughter Marie Sol, a beau-
tiful brunette. Marie Sol will
spend a few weeks here.

-Francois Damonde, a lawyer
and ethnologist just completed a
twelve month studies at Fordh-
am University, Fordhar New
York. He studied sociology with
a scholarship given by the. m-
rican States Organizition6'i.!

B. F. Goodrich -Mrs Yvette0Sokol wife of Mr.
Edmund Sokol, controller for
taMfN lEu SEDREN,a rrlved last week
L UNW IFE from Paris with her four child-
FAR BELTS ren Elizabeth, Evelyn, Vincent
and Jean Pierre.


w iadi of

e' Awfeu.ILv.e

-Joseph Cheries, an estimator
from Dania, Fla and wife Ca-
rolyn.are guests at the Caribe-

-Vincent Patsy Dagostino, a
real estate broker from Stan-
ford, Connecticut and wife Glo-
ria are also guests at the Caribe

HIGH -George Shou Hoon Luke. an
official -of the II S. Government
fIIUAIwV in Honolulu, Hawaii and wife
Elaine are staying a few days
MATERIAO- it the Castelhaiti.
,- Charles C. Valentine a busi-
ttcasd.e SM.ness executive from New York

Tires, and Tube-Batteries
iQABIB S. RAGE Saint Marc
D0UCARD & COo. Jaemel


Young man 26-year-old, active
and well prepared intellectually,
speaking Englush and fluent
French, having 5 year experien-
ce in, business is seeking em-
ployment as salesman, hotel-
clerk, teacher or else.

Caribbean Construction Co. S A.

Builders Of The Military City

Gen. Manager: Gerard THEARD


is current guest at the El Ran-

-"Ravissante" Claudette Le-
blanq, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Elie Leblanc sailed home Tues-
day after four years and half
in New York. She just graduat-
ed as a lab Technician from
Mendull Institutte.
-Youthful and talented poet
Barry Farrell is experiencing
the Haitian traffic behind the
wheel of a black MG. Barry
works as an art writer for many
New York Magazines such as
Art News, Life, Holiday, etc.;
for like all poets as he said, he
;as -:to.. something else. He
Has recommended to Gerty'Ga-
o 4*.fr the Grand Hotel Oloffson
by Al Seitz currently in New

-Four lovely nurses arrived
last week from New York to
work at the Schweitzer Hospital
ih Deschapelles. The party

which includes 'Terri Calouro,
from Bristol, Rhode Island, Pat
Hathawny, irom Somerse t,
Mass., Edith Manur from Rho.
de Island and Janice Carol Pike,
from Abington. Mass was met
at the airport by creole speak-
ing Marianne Czerrin, a nurse
at the Schweitzer Hospital for a

-Mr. David Christian, an Ac-
countant from Wilmette, Illinois
and his young and pretty .blon-
de wife Karin, married on Sa-
turday September 22 arrived
here Sunday for their -honey-
moon!-. They were warmly met
at the airport by beautiful Gina
Moore, Haitian wife of a retir-
ed businessman from Illinois,
Jerry Moore.

-Hary 'Wishnow, a prominent
Travel Agent from Massachus.
etts is visiting and staying at
the Villa Creole.

The New Family

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A family car which combines
nbw standards of comfort with
advanced technical specifica-
tions and an elegant body' de-
sign is the new Morris 110', in-
troduced recently by the British
Motor Corporation.

The 1100 is powered by a 1098
Phone 3955. P. 0. BO 284 cubic centimehtre capacity over.
head valve engine mounted
transversely and driving the
a .---- -----!. .front wheels. Indepdent suspen-
: I'ti# Lt NJQWL sion is provided on all four
wheels, in conjunction with a
.- patent Hydrolastic unit which
-" ---. eliminates the use of couven.
9' ) SiE S tional dampers--and is a deve-
lopment of the rubber cone suits-
TAR .PESOU TRAEL ,pension which has been used to
CRR PERWSOL TRAVEL OOPD great effect on the B.M.C. Mini
Minor. It is designed to reduce
pitch and bounce without im-
pairitng the road holding and
-. *cornering qualities for which
- the 'Mini' is well known.
The new Morris has a maxi-

uoum speed of the order of 77
miles per hour, with accelera-
tion and fuel consumption which
compare favourably with other
cars of its size. Disc brakes are
provided on the front wheels,
and the 1100 follows the trend
towards simplified maintenace


(CoatnuMd from paw 11)A"
Guava .,uice
Selet. guavas which a.e'" fl ."
but ripe. Wash, remove bl
ishes. Slice guavas and :gil
large saucepan.. -.nd Aend u
water to just cover. Cook.it
fruit is tender. Do. ,not.-o
cook. Allow to cobl.Sb
through a flannel jelly'. bg0
Use :in making jelly, .punchii 01
can for future use.
Quick Guava Jelly
3 and a half cups guava"' Jon
half cup strained lime ju(ce,
7 and a half cups'sugar.,
half cup liquid pectin
few drops of red color
Mix guava juice, lime'jiii
and sugar in & large saucephti
Bring to a ,full rolling boil.'
boil 3 minutes. Add. peetli
Bring to a boil lnd boil 2 'i,
nutes. Add: red coloring acco4e
ing to .the color, desired. 'P,
into sterilized glasse-. :Skim.
of jelly. Pour melted para
over the hot jelly. Guava je`4
is best when it is fresh. ,

Coins, edth n, r

by having only four gresfng
points, aud the cooling system.
and suspension are "sealed fotrl'

360 Ave J.J.-Dessalines
Tel. 3134-2772

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Under the personable management of MAX and
MARYSE BUTEAU, the airoonditioned restaurant
with its soothing atmosphere -quite sterqo music-
is an oasis of sorts, especially for businessmen and
their wives who wish to lunch in the City.
The businessman's full course lunch with day ta
day variety at $1.50 is now an established favorite.
Some of specialities of the "maison", Haitian in
particular, have been handed down for generations
and have no competitors. They are "Lambi gratine,
ecrevisse. homard flambe, poulet a la Russe, tassot
de dinde, tassot de filet, griot, escalope au gruyere,
steak au poivre etc. It

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S.ROGPK Bf L' UCA\D, his dauJghtr BRIGITTE 3id year stL.dent
of. the Faculty of 4Icdicine of Mampellier 'JIivercily and son SERl
F GEsudying at Montreal, flew by PAA to U.S. and Canada on
i.S.eptembcr 25th... Dr. ROGER VALME. alter a few wceks sojour.a
f,'in Port au Prince on the occasion of his lather's death, left for
S St:,Louis (Missouri) where he is a specialist in surgery and Uro-
A:ib inf a great hospital center.... Mr. MN bRICE MAXIMILIEN
,iil his three talented musician daughters GLADYS, WANDA and
irEAROLE flew to New York last weekend... On the same date.
W.npauiled by their respective daughters MARYSE and MIREI ILE
.'ew-.to Kingston... Dr. CARLOS BOULOS. former Secretary of
t'ate of Health Depdrtment flew also to New Yortk on a special
[issioh... Colonel and Mrs. RICHARD CURTIS,' chief of the U.S.
1-Ju Force Mission and Dr. SIBERT of OMS, back home from U.S...
EDRISS VINCENT, Haitian economist in charge of the-Sta-
'istic Department of BNRH returned from Washington last Satur-
'ere married at New York' on September 22nd... Mr. CARL ROLU-
ON of Agencc Citadelle, guest of the Commissariat of Tour ism
:'rance', flew to Paris- Saturday... ADELfNE SMITH, daughter
'thle well-known linotypist DORTICHON S. SMITH, collaborator
the daily paper "Ld'Nbuvelliste", flew to New Yoik to study a1
Sgh Schobol bfN'yac... .the .Charge d'Affaires of lNationalist Chy-
a ill receivee at the L.egation at Musseau on October 10th from
1;30;.a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the occasion ot the National Feast of
ie Nationalist China... MARGUERITEMARIE MATHON and AL-
RTERT LOUIS exchanged vows in a nuptial ceremony held at Sa-
l ted Heart Church Wednesday'at 10 00 a.m... The solemn reopen-
of the different Justice's Courts of the Republic will take
iace on October 8th, announces a notice of the Department of
itstice.. The director of the .Burea.u of Ethnology, Mr. EMMA-
?ULC. PAUL, received an important lot of books to the "Ins
Ntutt'Francais d'Haiti",.for the Museum of this institution... Mr.
I-rAN 'CHAUVEL, distinguished French diplomat, on missiori for
Government of the French Republic in Latin America, will
i t'fa Hati on October 28th. Ambassador CHAUVEL will visit Bra-
n4,Uruguay, Argentina,. Chile, Colombia, Venazuela, Haiti, 'Panas
i; Nicaragua, Mexico, Jamaica' and Dominican Republic..,. An
O.EL.CAR inunatriculated. 5482 ran afoul of a FORD Station Wag-
:gamonette Wednesday morning at Place Toussaint Louverture.
passengers of thiM Car, seriously injured, were urgently trans'
ed to the.GeneralHospital... Mr. JEAN ROC is the new No'
h .appointed in place of GEORGES VILMENAY. recently de-

,: 'LAMPSON, Creole-Speaking FIRESTONE Manager in URU-
UAY spent a brief visit in his' old stamping grounds .this week...
1t unusual tourist in town this week was undoubtedly a kilted
twho*is a surgeon-dentist in his old highland groft. Haiti was
L%. Scot's 63rd country visited and he shunned a taxi for shank's
,. and lodged at the Florville in town. A gay sight was the
|iuted scotman minus shirt taking movies of Port au Prince mo-
ents... Judge ULRICK NOEL left for Rome to attend a con-
reice last week... A new pastime at CROIX DES MISSIONS is
1'tchiupg vehicles' paying tolls and crossing the new bridge... The
9ig Policemen before the ne concrete toll both in Petionville
iad Martissant -are taking motorist some time getting uged to
.;.. Mrs. JULES TOMAR of Gros Morne and the children have.
turnedned from summering in the home State-New Jersey... Spear-
lihing guns no require Police okay prior .to purchase... The Am-
t for New York this week where he will meet his wife and fa-
ly. The 'date of Ambassador. EOUAGNIGNON's. return is un-
..... GEORGE P. BINDER of the Electric Dept of Stone and
b ter Service Corp in New' York was on a visit to Port this week.

Saribbean Construction Co. S-A.
Builders Of The Military City
S. Gen. Manager: Gerard THEARD
.. Phone: 5 -.. O. BOe 284 .
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/ In a holiday mood and speed-
ing though the air at vacation
time, it's rare beef we want on
the plate when meal time rolls
around. And, chicken ir the
next best choice for meals in
the clouds.
That's the word from the top
chefs of Pan American Air-
ways who plan and prepare
menus for 575-mile an hour jet
flights that connect the Carib-
bean, Middle America and
South America with the rest of

the World. It is a conclusion
based on hundreds of thousands
of meals served and scores of
different menus.
There is a daily "poll". in the
first class jet Clipper sections
on" the longer flights. The purs-
er comes around during cock-
tail time with the menu, which
usually has three choices of en-
trees, beef, chicken and fish.
And what do they select?
Close to 70 percent ask for
beef -roast or Steak- and half
_pf them want it rare. Of the
balance, 20 percent will take
chicken and 10 percent fish.
Friday changes things a bit
and 40 percent prefer fish, but
beef still runs strong at 50 per-
cent and poultry is down to 10
percent. Pork, say the major-
udomos of the airline's kitchens,
is a lost cause. Dress it up in

'y of a dozen different appetiz-
ing ways and it will still be the
choice of only a few of the 121
passengers who occupy the jet
Clipper seats.

When luncheon time rolls
around, give the "gourmets-oai-
the-go" a choice of hot or cold
lunch and the choice is about
even. So these menus are chan-
ged frequently. Always a favor-
ite is chicken served in aspic
and in one favorite Pan Am

recipe it is stuffed w:th pate de
fois gras.
Coffee remains the universal
drink, with only an occasional
call for tea and, of course, milk
or a coke for children. Pan Am
has experimented and finally
' has a coffee that seems to sa-
tisfy. almost everyone. It is a
special blend, made up. of some.
of the products of each of the,
coffee-growing countries through
which the airline flies.

In general,. there's as much
difference of' opinion on .coffee
as on the proper recipe for a
martini, but travelers like the
compromise formula now serv-
ed. In its favor, of -course, is
the fact that it is freshly brew-
ed in the four coffee makers on
each jet.
Chefs in the airline's two doz-



"PAN AMS Gourmets-On-The-Go"
Vote For Rare Beef And Chicken

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The Princess Royal, who is represent ing the Queen of England at the Trinid"
and Tobago independence celebrations, reads the Speech from the Throne during
the State Opening of the Parliament of .Trinidad and Tobago in the Legislative
Council Chamber at the Red House.
Seated on either side of The Princess Royal are the Governor, Sir Solomro0j
Hochoy, and Lady Hochoy, . .,.. -
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uutuana,~'i '. r ~

en kitchens in 16 countries'
ned to avoid repetition. So,'
with 136 different ,.menus.._,p'
you get the same meal Aw
during an extensive flying ,
cation it is the utmost in cc
Gustatory logistics for an a
line are a bit more involve
than the housewives' cori
storetto-lktchen-to-table routii
Visit one of the flighl kitcne
and you might find -all at't
same time- preparations,1'.
breakfast, snacks and..luneh.,
two or three flights: snael
lunch and cocktail tidbits I
another few, and for a io1
nonstop hop from one cdntihe
to another special food for 't
day's regular three meals, -pl
a few snack periods and. ,
cocktail hour. "

Special attention is given
meals lor the passengers it~i
economy section, for the :Ma
d a t o r y regulations stipolt
that it must be a tray .Pe
with a single meal selection.
must, therefore, be plInned
make everyone' happy. Al-
. there's the major problerhi
serving a large number.'
meals in a very 'short time.
times the stewardesses wi
that the jet would slow do,
I for a while!

The' chefs have to- be ,iV
careful with experimentalt,
ays into the feld of najt
food specialties. Travelers'
to sample the Mexican spe!
':ty; tamales, as well as g*.
jpanada", a tasty mreat-stuf
- .pastry native to Panama. Tbh
* and other specialties, are off
ed with another choice.
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[Of th Tedol
-The Women's League ball at Cabane Choucoune last week turned,
.:out some 450 people. -I just noticed the Casino sign on the P-V
:Road. reading Casino International... Enjoy His Show.,. Who he?-
.Tihe driver of that white Anglia, license 1727, doesn't care how
'ieariy he runs other people into the ditch when he passes or
Scarves. Evap the camionette driver yelled 'enragee" at him. -One
i-of the air conditioning units ilf a window of the Rendez-Vous give,
:ol-Ustrange bumping noises. It has been dubbed the 'Yarborough
S.fmnphohy'. Wish I'd said that! L-Speaking of dubbing, Ray L. P
lrsoni got stuck with the L. P.' for long-playing because he gets
--on' talking jags. -Bill Serman and family are off on a month's
,jyacation, with handsome Bud Sprague holding the airport in po
asition. -Dan Savoy's farewell party on the Lykes Line freighter
v.was. lo-n-ong one. It started Monday morning and !he ship didn't
itsal- until Tuesday night. If Dan wasn't poured ON, he surely must
a.ve beeh pourd OFF. -Newest victim of Hepatitis is Jim reese
.who is in Gitmon for treatment. ---ae Debrosse and her mother"
.didnn't.get away on Tuesday... they left Wednesday. Gae has aboul
49B days: of special meals mapped out. for herself from Chinese
. d Lebanese, in the city of delicatessens .and restaurants goo-
old New 'York.--The new man about the' house at the Ayots arri-
ked September 12th, weighing in at .5 pounds... named Clifford
:leorge. --Mr.: and Sgt. NicholE gave a farewell party fcr Ihe
Andy Zihars Saturday night. That bjffet was an Arabian N.git's
Divam! The Zihars are headed back for the States shortly (leav-
.iing' me with a lovely ironing board to replace my -"planchette'
.:Which slips,' slides, bobbles and wobbles. Merci! --Well, tragedy
at the menagerie took Ti Noir,, my old black cat, right out of
this world: To dream 'of pounds of hamb ',ppose. What
ttodern cat dreams of juicy mice anymore? -Arthur O'Neil is
a helpless state at present, and Sister Joan is the ministering
$ el, 'in need of some assistance. -Vic Lamson dropped back
tt;: the fold last Wednesday from Montevideo (where they like
tt mucho. He dropped into Rendez-Vous, looking for Don Lung-.
Witx (Plantation Dauphin) who was lunching next door (traitor).
"cuttlebut sas' Bill Vrooman is selling encyclopedias in the Sta-
"tes, and Bobbie is working as hostess in a resort. Nick McNeil is
in the Pacific and Buffy McNeil is in Germany. How do you
like that for a separated family? Barbara is now librarian at
Uinin School, and thriving on it. Mac is still Nabaco, as everyone
knows. -Speaking of Union School, the reports on Dr. Glines the
new prexy, are all to the good. --Chuck Wiggins, whose belt is
out another notch, hasn't lost any of his verve; is seating out his
wife's return. She is trying to sell their';car back home. -Mrs.
Cooper of Cooper Travel Service of Cleveland, who was here last
week with a group of 15 travel agents, was the guest of honor at
a cocktail party at Hotel Choucoune Wednbsday evening. -I guess
SI'll have to get up a half hour earlier from now on to avoid the
traffic tie-up caused by the new gourde house at' Martissant. It
Opened on Friday morning and the line backed up all the way
to the Caribe Haiti Hotel. I had to wait '30 minutes to get out
of my gate. Can you imagine what that's going to be like in the
afternoon heat and dust, when the world is a big pie, baking
;gently in the sun? -That Morris 1100's new suspension is, describ-
ed by the builders as a "cocktail" of water and anti-freeze... but
you ride on it not drink it. Smoo-o-th! Even over those humps
S.mn the road at the toll houses! That's the proof. -THE END: A
camionette called "TWIST" "PAP" is the driver. He's a twist-
er, all right! -Note to the Pierre Phipps: the parrot is still imi-
tating Mogli's bark, and driving me crazy. -I know that's a
putt, not a drive


3. Yesterday morning, a friend nace the life of the nearby
interested in the progress of dwellers of these huts and
id-banization in the capital and houses, the bed will become
'the protection of the humble narrow and the flood will run
people, pointed out that in the over destroying the houses, life
elosi vicinity of "Marche Sajo- and properties of the people of
mon" some compatriots decid- these localities.
ed to build some huts in the
lied of the Bois de Chene's tor- We call the attention of the
rent. interested administrations parti-
The peril is double: in the cularly the-~municipality, Dep-
.iainy season the flood will me- artments of Interior and Popu-




"The edition of September 20th
of the official paper "Le Moni-
teur" published important De-
crees on the desaffectation ol
some budget allocations and the
modifications of certain fiscal
aws concerning the taxes on
Rhum, the alcoholic beverages
mnd Propane Gas.

1-Decree transferring Gdes:
71,500.00 from- the Articles 1303
and 1308 of the Budget to. the
Department of Interior for "spe-
cial expenses of the Secret Po-
2-Decree transferring Gdes.:
243,000.00 from the Article 0101-
'F of the Budget to the Depart-
ment of Finances arid opening a
speciall credit at the benefit of
the same -epartment for:
Art. 0101-C: Miscellaneous:
Gdes.: 225,000.00
Art. 0301-7: Scholarships: G.:
3-Decree imposing an addi-
tional tax of 0,53 cts on each
bottle of one litre or fraction ot
litre, of the 4 types of rhums
determined in 't.e. paragraphs a,
b, c, d of the Art. 1 of the Law
of December 18th, 1959.
The Article 5 of this Law is
modified as follows:
"Any alcohol above 25 deg-
rees-Castier, distilled in Haiti
for. lqcal consumption will pay
a tax of 0,25 cts by litre or'
fraction of litre to be collected
at the source by the means of
stamps put on the container."
The article 3 reads:

"For the alcoholic beverages
and Imported beer, it is under-
stand that the fractions of litre
cannot be accumulated. Each
bottle of less than a litre will
be considered s a full bottle
of one litre and taxed indivi-
In case of contravention, a
fine from 500 to 1000 Gdes will
be applied.
4-pecree imposing a tax of
2% cts of gourde on each pound
of propane gas sold for the lo-
cal I consumption; the collection
will be made at the source by
the General Administration of
Contributions and poured to the
PFblic Treasury.
In the same edition of "Le
Moniteur" an important Decree
on the issuance of 3,300,000
Bonds by the Government is
also published. This Decree is
in connection with the liquida-
tion of .the Government Debts
for which a previous Decree of
October 30th 1958 had created
a special tax of $4.00 on the Cof-
fee export to be deposited at
the BNRH.
nation and Public Works on this
(Translated from "Le Matin")
'"It is said in competent cir-
cles that the works of the Jet
Airport of "Mais Gate", will
begin in October. Last week, in
transit at Miami, the Chance-
lier Chalmers conrirmed that
the U.S. Congress gave the
green-light for a $3,000,000 loan
for the construction of the air-
port. The sooner the better."


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Born in St. Louis, Missouri, in September, 1909, Mr. Edwa
Gllon Curtis Jr., 1st Secretary and Counselor-Miilnster of t* .
.Embassy in Haiti, is a career officer hi the Unted States l)pI
mafeo Senrice. After receiving his B.A., he graduated from; the"
Cesare Alferi Institute In Florence, Italy, and in 1935 he entereiv
the Diplomatic Service.

His first post was that of Vice-Consul at Budapest, HII
from 1935 to 1936, before going to, Wellington, in New Zeal
Named 3rd Secretary of Legation in Port au Prince, Haiti in Api%'
1940, MAir. Curtis stayed at this post till 19438. After leaving Halt
iu 1944, Mr. Curtis'went to Madrid, Spain as 2nd Secretary
the Embassy and Vice-Consul from 1944 to 1947.

After this he was named Consul and 2nd Secretary at the Hagnf
ile was then Consul at Zurich, Switzerland from 1950 tg JL9,
Named 1st Secretary and Consul at Panama, Mr. Ourtid"
later to Managua as Counselor. (1956-1957) before being app
officer In charge of Inter-American Segurity and Assistant to fl
State Department in Washington, on July 28, 195f.
Mr. Edward Olion Curtis Jr. Is married and has four chllde



"PANORAMA" Sept. 24, 1962. Inspectors of Commerce Departs;
Our colleague "PANORAMA" ment were seen around the dif-
revealed this week that some ferent market-places of the Ca-.
basic products of the Haitian pital, investigating the current'
food staples are very expensive prices. Maybe their action will.
on the local market. The family bring the food prices back to a'
budgets are disturbed, it added, reasonable level, stated the
by the persisting of the fact. daily.
At the end of the week, the

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C. ,. GERMAN COFFEE A Lottery's Delegation NEWS IN BRIEF'
TYCOON DUE To Madrid A s
S(Continued froun page ,i) Pan American, Airways, stave t-
could very well be "LIVE TO A delegation composed of Mr. ing October Ist will have- thfre
HELP OTHERS LE" is a hard, Breton Nazaire. Director-Admi- flights per week exclusively to P or
woikcr, a wea uily man ard :i nistrator; .Mr. Fernand Denne- Pargo, from Miami to Port a.
philanthropist who is now devote. ry, member .,of the Technical Pince, according to Numa i-bi
ing himself to de,,elop under Counsel; Mr. Roinual Achil!e, Icargo operations at the ait
standing among people- all ..e director of the Social Division cargo operateons a thrive here
the world. He invites to Ger of the Lottery, will represent 's on Wrv ee .'.
many and sponsors. !he sludie the "Lolerie de I'Etit Haitien" Kingston on We sdas -
of students from all the Colin it the International Congress podt'ed at 1 Maqne..
tries he buss coffee from. I concer-ning the different s,,st- rc
is his way to work toward ti ems of drawing iised in the wiC also b a fligh -st .dicth ro
betterment of the world. It i countries where a State Lottery will also b g a fightBwen Fdiret rn
his way to work toward love exists. The Convention will take at.Bowen .il--
.and peace. place at Madrid, Spain from at .,50p.'m. ;_
There will be un rn CAP -itgt0t.
. svtrMr. Limbera is -supportinr October 9th to 14th,' 3962. This Ter ek now o sui'e
". n ;many social works in. different, Delegation flew today .by Pan- days lea tng, o t n d ,en t -u
oilul Liniberg, economist Albert Boyer a rist e e to Miagmi, arriving E ll 8::00 1.
seen' ^ lihlai b um.-, the social works that Mr. Lim'
i et een at the Dinn party givn.. amburg'sh berg is interested in Haiti i T The Proprietorhes will all be DC&6A R i
.ber oG Commerce.on the.celebrated UbersettkTag .vers,- s a the Cancer League which in the es, each with cargo-capaci- '
"" 'i -. i . ..... s, Of Morris & M.G. 29,000 pounds.
._7,.. p' past he assisted with a contri- Of Morris & . 29,o O pounds.
S, button of radium for the Haiti's w xxx
cancer machine. The AUTO S.A. wishes to an- t get in a jam we cqI
WATER SUPPLY PROBLEM noune that a mechanic Enn- cartons of Chatelet des
____,,,____ _.__, ,..Beauty Contest... eer coming directly from En- n e it to Miami a
(Continued from page 1) gland will be at your disposal fand aerid heap, 12 cents
(Continued.. fro. i .m thy bl offrom October 4th for an eight ast a d cheap, 12 cents .
nued fr i smonithly bills of the Hlydraiii c- ond Pan-American Festival to da sta. poud.
,is a qesio of orgIniil-e.. We t be organized here later this, All those wishing a special Xagu
3 n of fair distribution which ateir year by the Tourism Ministry? rendez-vous are. ignited to reg- lPforrill Sptaguee is the spiue-

a.. -e e bi. .. norat, Miss .Hi B. Orgc izer, por'arily replacing Bill :.Siv
i' ie service is only efi- piossble to fix. time horst t dis- Ernst Casseus a. ae opanied y Pa' u ets... Bill' is e4oyg, te M -
le f n strict' Intrl ib l,' ae fdi'go th heeds anAirway wellA ai W W lie wenPan toi y WIo,
.exeation oft. orders, O- eta-, of' heh 'tl.'lfhe'cofsamers Public Relations official Jean (Comnlinued sw o page 14) or his auls o usr dugy satnB
lshed. should te.,atisfied, Saurel returnegla.st week front Spragueis ly. -
l a swing around .Central and Uniformity. isthe- key ,.to oahmis amal ftugh -
p~- rsitly, It s s-nfrom t is'd ear that' sich a Ipro- .South America extending per- meal serving. s guess, particu- Miami. .. ,
... iti p jsc dii g, illit couljbe establish- sonal invitations to the .Sister larly .in as far-t upg an opera- . ..
di g wat er :. wqu b itter tha e. ac Republics to attend the. Second dion as Pan Am's. Haute quisi, eDon r loo now. -
ilowover, the piyimnet of 'al "ech
"w" .r. 0, *''m......Yo.,,'h *h*" .'.. Pan-,American Festi.val in. Port Hie i hatee cuisine 'only When ah er at P "de l
i.. ...... 4 ,r e .- a l k tc h e n's u s e o l thre :a c I e w a g.i
'.'..... .. .... .:, :r --- Work., on "Pare de la Paix ful preparation methods, which blew' 'u:." Who a-?* o; naoli
!ii:::' i'Francois .Duvalier" in the Pal- is ..why ,supervisors ride the but tax-payeis ':to ihtlvire '"
':'". q' '. ':=''#:. miste section bf the 1949-50 Bi- plans regularly and. visit all is responsible? ,. .i:. '
.' . i centennial Exposition area, is the kitchens, Some dishes are
...iii.ii..i.. M:.:...:..:. in the mural stage this week. dispatched' to mthe control 'lab -I x x-x'' .'.i
''-he. n"oig -n: ,6..1
....'.'. i.* *. :. ...*i n.!!! This park, is to be the focal oratoties in Miain pi'1or tasting 'The foregoing news-te olei '
^ ..... .............. p"'t P aye a wl e atgb d foto soma,,comj.Bothsaa
S. point of the Pan-American Fes-' and' testing. .,,j to .soin O ts s .'e
i'* '' .-. :,,iiiiiiiiii. ,, tuval according to Tourism Mi-' The i only, limit, on. .variety of ties. The o
..... :.... nistry. menus is the a ppqtites.,of, the to apply t i n
.-..... 'T Be.nfr passengers.. Carrots, for instan- a term cv tby 't '
ports To Be E forced c. are left on the"plates.. Spa- 'rlhrs' i'ttheU.S. 'N' di-
0U!A .:: .. ii:i;(Continued f~onm page 1) l hetti' 6annof be' rebate t 'World War .: Son a nah
.I:: ...f..: wile e_ ud'e s
.... ... 19':3 out lbsing flavor, 'oysters are will be inpelud i L ij s
in .l=ro:d:t::o:::::w......................... t e E nglism cangt eagm'.n i .o r i
,.-.: nialkts sports in elementary and ful word but ot forcpfuleno
vegetables spread their odor "..
iiiecondarys c h o o lMs compuls. through the cabin. Ciite o Xxx ..''
m :: ry from now on will be enfore- Aond eho the hofa nruc 1-qealio'
........... iiiiii ed; Beginning in October, alI to go' v6'1ih' 'dotm'n to romantic' rele Joseph is the, proud $x
s schools will provide t0;o 'hours R e e e of a new, lborne near-hormas
ja pd wh o o t i .h o n ri ec e i n R io w vith th e p e ff ll I& c a b . ... se.1
M9A R buIsied If weelyIe bage invadixig his, thoughts? t. oolq e ir.
'..inn- -g Rectors of Priaate schools onre ur"gm'xso i'"s-' x
i, nstrtcted to' contact fhe' e "'' ...." ''' .
ic, FraeiEupad Ja-m inPotnefiiu Pulc'.,in Last week th.
ViN :: tional Commissionr for Youotli th 'nm '.'" colleague' "Septet io",
-',*'O'- ,* 't maind Spert is i order to imple- (Coftinued from page 12) young persons.,.see .r a t ste
o VRMOTH Prj1 .' .I msent their trahnitwig schedule. o Cap Haitien. It is said that
a tt 5 pI..m. Note that It also stops are implicated in a libel afrf
BA French Hotelier... .r'-n often between 1:00 and "They weq closely -qiestion.f
-MAR[rl I 11 Rossi 3-:00 p.m.. because Itild ?brlver-t: Iot t'hd"Bbau of Pollce.'
\.'. (Cntinued from B age 1) are at lunch. Woeno we add thatxx
't4qlj`[tt,, .bo-L.e. ... Aege- on Sundays and holidays there Our colleague. "L. ite
and who got his experience in is no serAice at all, we' can un- announces"l6'df' 'sever* -
'. hgtel business from j.hree. Con- derstand l1e ieffi'iency oV our .took place& atitbetAir ". "
tinents, Nigeria. in Africa, Por- 'only public.' trilihspoi4ation' 'yst- "' '" "'
'.I c nic, France in Europe -and Ja- Pm in Port au Phice. Last week wlth .n' gml
4" r..... maica in the Caribbean. He -For the con)mon good kind the of. broken Ag"; Nih s
". '....i. ,-.......-...-.-..... ............... .made his first visit more thanN aiN of low-income eepte, s6ne; commercee" es A6 ae ,ea
Syethirg should be dhiw 'fo the 'a ladyhioid bth e r of the '
g : EAt, A. $H ger of the Silver Sand .Beacb, modernization of our autobus de lech"t 1 )aVilmar'at
... ,n prx. Montego Bay, and spentk sryotem at /i
"a. 'ee -.7tt.the Ibo,'' "-. '1','".' EF:E posal of the justice' ,