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 Material Information
Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Haiti -- Port-au-Prince
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Sept. 1950.
General Note: "The Haitian English language newspaper."
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Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
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jPei lit -an .frR..-b will Ws w- o iew th-is.' "eek explained-
go ti the d ogs ai. l e.ver consist .f the: Dog
minute, Ar er pre- began last mthnd the. ope
dicted thils week.- ing is scheduled jfor the first

is..heej-to open the- first' ral ."We intend to run a cleariand
dog track in the'Caribbean bas- fashionable:Dog TraGekl itt will
in. PreSident -df Canibe ~is~- not o' al. act: tour~ ..ut
rents, a ::ian -rpo rai ne dne ofthe pp rat

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fai "Duvale' usfi Arcahaieplpvwiat "-
Ss .o oAo'-f 'the largest Mils.aeinn a
ireasono perpetuate thelmis- -'Todas-'-ehristening promis- coiitrl nearby the Flc. rodigr h
ronouncednae of theslae p to :ealgothie. rebith ofWthis Ceiit Mills. .
whieft was disovre hiho
wnergeiorofSintDmn- town- itated-at thenbeginning (Continued on pageitho 1)--
ge tNico s .de -sCabaret, ho -. -
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as:g.-nere o the. uaste ofiaesntMee-.
"ommunal Admszoti de-
By Americ an Oaitholomiis



George B. Reynard, P. D. i-~
Well- known American Ornitho- 'A
ogist chidpent last week in HaiDr Reyti
completing his tape recording of -.
Hati' Boy Scouitand ides as na fbird-st wsoent for recordsouth
..beclssuedby Cornell Uiver -


Ssi.y. Re has ade several vi- .
st before: the. last being June .T
0eee but this is the first time he:
-mosuccereded in recording the
..of the SWALES THRUSH
whichwags discovered high on
Albxander: Wdetmore of Smithso .

S. and has never been reported.
ganywherutielse.
S.Under the- guidance of Leonce "
Bonefil and accompanied by',
.-- Horace Ashton, Pres. of the Or-
'CE.."oti ofee-iassoci. atel With.Boy and.Girl Guides chid Society of Haiti, Dr Rey-
broughiout a cai ngenutdflHalti'. Boy Scouts- and.Gir Guides as nard first went to the South
honor- gr"w-h-" their to.ehies wed at th-e eGoucurh We4sf of Haiti to record the birds
"i-"-e-ir hie s w ed at the Ba --k.---',. .'. -'.
-receu~lr .Am~ fsober.,oeierar des Guides- d'Hst Wti-eue-.to the Hotte MountaMs. He was
,"m, -successful in adding- several .
vAevr R r .. ..'Ha.tl.CommissineiGeDra
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S. co ort come before .a else
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It was Eugene Lamour who, after a few practice lessons in a Amcan bassl ; ,specia aels u -s town
h .otel bedroom, co-piloted Ed. M argers mne back -omm Miami ew egi aounced i s o
SMr Marger's -broken al-m was the reason. The newtetm ..-for i tt Po i. g t ^S abe 6 hi j t e;;-
Developtient Loans froin the U.S. tb foreign countries is "artificial t:prbpriate funds hjiVe le nirtiad lents of Hait, ;anrd m ayit: stre,. r -an;d return the- 'sme en ,
insemination of capital". Not bad, that. The lower two blocks available for the improvement ithep writes t i Tese G ok.yhok are nr- fte
Sof Rue des Casenes are-pitte like a battleild. is a aiti's nation-wide Erglish-teadh sb ed a e

last week complaining that he was so busy there be didn't-even duig hisremark seeoo.re
have time to date the pretty girl he went up with orr the plane: at graduation exercises.at 'twe r est ear A&i'tl-'
That's busy! Jose A. Montez, 3rd Secretary of the Venezuelan ealtian-American Institute. ass t drecto ondi ereeA ec
sary, July 5th, over Radio-Heaiti. July certainly is the. month for chase n e; b t .p n- Rohi u
R.eda books for l.'cees. The, bo ks;' ap- hr, S O .. ...S D- .R.,S. r-


hemispheric independence day celebrations. Col. ad Ms pMed by .the I istiry o d- a special, delight ': for me- h' e s
len gave one of their famous parties Friday nite at the ex-Simbic,- &ation,'ull. be ditiabu~ted .to Ty tf w ev-ti' .a oon to noe .. a y
in celebration of Red's new rank. Must have been 20a people there. ces by the Minist*y of Edot:, yquieiSat and r achevementln b"Puse -a.betting at'i
Tim Kane was in fown last week. He was arrangi g for East- tion andthe Hatian-Amer of i'Englh. I know edibles ot rd
ern Shipping's cruise ship "Evanglehie", too-call at Port au Prince Istund it. "The b ooks l cover t,, 7 ihN t.SUh n he tve t is e ghs
every Wednesday, etc. The fishermen at MartiMsant are out years s a a secondri y oav students ahe Ha eekly tc Ie av n t
in their 'canots' every hour of the day and night. It's a wonder school students -throughout Hal- i .nsitute,-and ove .e-. owee -a tfd '
..s rn EdeLe tin UA9tev'c""n oethe; w eekend Biki "'uI,-



the fish ever have time to make little ones. Karen Curtis is. ti", Ministr ol dupaton I eoni- i~ t ertS i tudyin -.. ast l be e
books f-o -. pme' tae. lastraed.tbv. e. e







looking very sophisticated these days with long, dark tresses. -- 'c Virad noted Ef'lish. b;y 10 30 p.m i -
The City Club's card is worth reading. It goes like this: "f you .. TIh-'t.IMinister .statd as We al ow that the study. of g 'Rac be a
want to spend a good time don't-forget the misfortune of 'fe en e 'ope and de glish has deep bistohrc rooit To uist atti!tio- .or Ha it and
se. that o "Th younog- Hisans i r ak !e e d e tn," M -Liberman cpn-
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ed brinks. Rums of the best famed Brands. The house is hinting p et' pi' a-ed. e i ad E ish teachers at hi San .. ;' .'
for you and assures you the mbst agreable' time"' Wow-- endede theit mile ede ios tshci Palache and t-ishedi i- s a e -
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Vous must have had a lot of late revelers- Tuesd y:hevra- people n este4 ii- er ecdnizist sitt -our' M- r E ng Royal "" n, tti .-o f
around ton, among them Burr-Re-naudewere compl king Wedn- ,cul um,. Pi aitt e speal. comm-
esday morn about having two hours sleep. That lubidof.iron iposib biek ari'ieas. .are i '- aye approach. ouree'. n ~ iecatt ial-. 'f.orm,
reinforcing rods piled up in front of Wm., Naars store was so hot theaas of languages with bnew .nethods. chaired^ by. Mr Eti-i ldart
fom the sun they had to water them down before the mnen could. beer ae rcomned hs-Our e s is on ppari asisant ireor
frmitheric Club's dcarda cewrtebading. It goeuldts beenke by toi ec-I eod tuheset&on; and icSledb' -both




handle them. Talk about frying eggs ion the. pavement! Th books 'ad d'that. JRoiit IV 'has people 'o.sek ther- iat,:n iguHsi ond e--
'Candlelight has rebuilt its wall, but much smaller this -time, so been aetoaid us e lo wite histo, W enl I irs, drawn e a gram ..'tir is 'a t .ib i .... ...t-4 -a n d









that if a driver plows into it this time, he mst be.looking for it. e I titeil'als began to yenh and mdrne i rHai-

rians at night. They're the ones that buy ten or fifteen cents Haiti-6n taers.~The Hnm a nd' st e n .re PI. Ino'i as o ie
worth of gas t make each trip, but the worse is- that to saive Instiite- plains to low the si .ie a eve h thefirst re or
their batteries, they turn off their lights hen they are behnde miar with visits to liycees' e pe.t that-yor, i sa 'esult of ido n tie re reared tt s fk.

driver enough light to drive by, but a pedestrian trying to crass er communities during the yer. problems-'- w-v : be -ailabt t
tryi ng.to cros during th ye 'jb ms - t- he t '-w 'ndsiUt '..viabfblo Hitia
the road thinks he's in the clear clear when the lighted car has uring the speech Ambassad- gis e scial pleasure techers- in their iser
passed, only to find himself in frnt of the unighted- ami otte ei obeed- t day to announce sto u that, rsum t heo nstte, y
s cainionette.' special del ght for m e- to note- -: itto -'B-arb
The best paint buy in town is at Thebaunds. It's Armnstrong ru your interest in the sdy of En- i opeaidn Leocell- Viaud. Md this -ig stephfowar. i
gives whait they C s d w raig t goes'ankeehestMiister .o iEd cti "on"me-thotds. chaied ig iy r teriefditt 'the
her-base Latex Wall Paint and it covers a multitude of sins.and glisb: I know ;ffew cotniotries n sr of .Education h tle 1ai-- language .teaching eit he






gives what they call ane American Beiuty finish. When ou use wheresuch a terest in antian-Aierican Istitute is. mal- sidehts-of Haiti;, ag .may.jt
while the resulthis more like white icing on a cake- buit cud wkshab "We exists. -. 'a- moyt m-der English further, 4gthene b.ohe -.warm
and scrubbable too. I can think of so- many places that Wculd stand b-: hha -e stx available to student tis tit exist betwere'our twb
Sa little white icing, can't you? 'And that ln ne, osn ia n -( al government an it c-i -
.at theadforiter short-lived Dog TiTack???' b c ave oofi mtots iat-h ienii. eat Hehi- ls:-':-;l
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! '.JNIvAYt JULY, 16th, ifit -
. .. .. I .. 7


HowDuvalier-Vil e


Got Its Name
FROM "LEK MATIN"


-,In a few days, that is on Sun-
day ,JUly 16, ceremonieda an
marilfestatibns will mark tr'
p greatfulness of-the Cabaret po-
pulation towards, the First Ma-
gistrate ol the Republic. Caba-
-ret is about 32 kmrs. from the
capital.
,-The .communal administration
has expressed .and explained
thh mark of gratitude in a com-
munal decree on. June 20 which
was officially published in the
last.edition of "Le Moniteur".
If the town counsellors have
Ifoun, no historical, moral or
"other justifying reasons to per-
petuate this sacrilege, that is,
a 'H a i ti an town- ire, for 157
years, still named after a colon
owner of slaves, it is neverthe-
less true'that-the Cabaret popu-
lation, on two- historical occa-
sions had predetermined the
June 20 official act justifying it
in an' "eclat" deeply symbolic.
The elections of Sept. 22, 1957
and those of April 30; 1961 show-
ed how popular the actual Pre-
sident is in Cabaret. As a coun-
try doctor he already has, with
his hands and his heart, done a
lot of. good, given salutary ad-
vices and prepared the bases of


-- HAITI HIGHLIGHTS CONCERT AT
LEWISOHN STADIUM IN NEW YORK
For the. first time in its 44 wide variety of Haitian dances
years. o' -"Music Under the which echo the elegance of the
Stars", the drums of Haiti will old French Court, as well as
resound at New York City's Lo- those which stem from the pri-.
wisohn 'Stadium (capacity 20,- mal rhythm and vitality of
000)... African lore.
. The- occasion is the Stadium The greatest artists of the
debut on Saturday evening July world have each summer con-
15, of Jean-Leon Destine and his tribute to make the Stadium
Haitian Dance Company. Concerts one of the most spec-
-Mr Destine and a company tacular events in New York.
of 20, including dancers, singers
and drummers will present a IAGS Top Kick In
SFrom Panama
-. _.-. --, Rene Dasen, Geodetic Survey
DIRECT FROM TRIUMPHANT TOURS expert, arrived in Port on Thu's-
OF EUROPE AND THE ORIENT day from' the Survey base in
"One of the finest dancers of bur day." Panama. He will remain here for
-WAITEn TERRY ,
WE Na. V d tribune' a month, to render the typ of
JEANL4ON, service IAGS customarily sup-
SaESTI N plies for their mapping progr-
ams in various countries.


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Considering that nobody c(an Art. .-The Commune of Ca
oppose the people's will, and Itht ,aret will be named "DLtIA.-
the Conmnuwial Commission has LIER-VTLLE" on July 16.
the deepest satilaction in meet- Art. 2.-As show n on the atta-
ing with the people's decision ched colored sketch the Towu's
and being associated to this pub- coat n Arms will bh represent.


moral regeneration of this aban-
donned corner of the back comu-
try). -
.With our colleagues, we haoe
already given in details the
steps for modernizing the future
Duvalier-Vdle. Dr. Duvaliet un-
derstood that just changing tlhe
name oi Cabaret would not 'give
a new\ life to the town. He then
has taken the necessary steps
through State organizations to
put up permanent constructions,
making Duvalier-Ville a pilot
city. This project is within the
scope of his "grandes pensees"
to improve urban centers of this
back country which has given
twice full confidence to the for-
mer minister of health and Lab-
oi' of leader Dumarsais Estime.
Folrour readers, we are pub-
lishing the historical', act by
which the town counsellors re-
flect the sentiments of their vot-
ers.

DECREE
COMMUITNAL ADMINISTRATION
OF CABARET
Considering articles 129, 130
and 132 of the Constitution;
Considering the law: of July
27, 1951, giving the Communes


de Boucassin", Cabaret seems
to be the perpetuated deforma-
lion,- by tradition,-of the name
of Nicolas de Cabaret, Count ol
Aquihs, Governor of Saint Donin-
gue, who, in the year 1711 until
his death in 1712, owned in this
area an estate where, the actuaJ
town is located;
Considering that there is. no
reason for gratitude or no histor-
ical or moral reason to perpe-
tuate this colon's name which
is moreover mispronounced;
Considering that it is time to
give a name-to the Boutassin
canton that has become suces-
sively "quartTer", and fifth class%
commune since the year 1933;
Considering that the actual
chief of the Nation, the Honor-
40


ed by a wreath of flamboyant
surrounding the letters D.V. nith
the following motto "FRATER-
NITY. ALWAYS".
Art. 3.-The original of this
decree consfifttiing the birth tof
our town will be calligraphed
on parchment. countersigned by
all the notables and deposited at
the National Archi\es, until the
Communal Museum is built.
Art. 4.-Once the present de-
cree is approved by the Secre-
tary of State of Interior, it will
be pompously published and
printed in "Le Moniteur" the
Official Paper of the Republic.
SMade and approved on June
20. 1961, the 158th year of Inde-
pendance.
Mayor: Innocent EXANTUS
The Members:
Gerard CAJUSTE and
Herman SAINTIL.
Approved by:
The Secretary of State oi In-
terior: BQileau MEHIU.
("IE MATIN", July 5, 1961)


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BUILDING MATERIAL, PAINTS, HARD
HOME DECORATING, ETC. CALL FIRST AT HAITI'S MOST
MODERN STORE, M & S -RUE AMERICAINE


sophislicatd,. elegant . truly Survey mapping program in thlis
piDmiv." -vYarlVr country will begin in the Fall.



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F aRE C PEONL TRAVEL
' FJR' CE It is a requisite for a house owner or anyone living in a house to visit M & S.

on Rue Americaine and see what improvement you can make to your home. The .
most revolutioniLy store of its kind in the Caribbean, M & S has convenient spe- -|
cial parking and a beautiful displayroom with all items clearly price tagged. Be- .
sidethe finest arstortnent of builiiing materials, paints, hardware and households c
sie accessories M & S has the tools required by any Do-it-yourself hobbiest.
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ic gratitue;
Considering that the qame Ca-
baret is neither proven, nor leg-
itimate, and that this name ,vas
given to the old Indian province
of Coyaha during the French pe-
riod which had become cantonn


a status emphasizing the mission
of the Communal lIntitutiont
Considering the reiterated pe-
titions of the population of. the
Commune of Cabaret, requesting
another name for the town:
Considering the wish solemnly
c\pressed by the great majority
of -the. commune voters at the
Primary Assemblies on April
30, 1961 requesting that Dr Fran-
cois Duxalier's name, actually
President of the Republic, be
given to the town:


able Dr. F. DuvaUier, in pile of
the financial difficulties he is
facing, has shown an increas-
ing interest to our conmlune, gi.
ving it electricity, new and_ im-
portant industries, a new lown
hall. a new public market, new
barracks,. a ne\\ school. just to
name a few of his favors;
Considering that it ii equitable
to express solemnly our grpr.-.
iulness to the benefactor of the
Town;
THE COMMUNAL
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PAGE 3

DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM
COMMUNIQUE

It has been registered tha .
many foreign travellers visiting
('r country -the most perspic-
acious- sincerely wish not only
to stay in de luxe shops, they
want also to contact the middle
class workers and to bes under-
stood anywhere.
In order to allow the greatest
number of Haitians to know the
two foreign languages spoken
mostly by our visitors, the Dep-
artment of Tourism assumes all
the expenses of English and Spa-
nish lessons. b. the Linguaphone
Method.

These lessons w\vl he given.
free of chaire, at Theatre de
Verdure Massillon Coicou, from
Monday July 17. truam 5 to 6
o'clock p.m. They ill contirn.ie,
at th, same hours, every 'Ilon-
day, Wednesday, and Friday.
Adequate materir,' iiclud-
uLg an amplifier with pick-up and
microphone will he at the dispo-
sal of students who will number
moie than one thousand.

The lessons will be -;iven Irn-
der the supervision of Professor
Tabuteau, repre.sentalive in Haiti
of the International Correspond-
ance Schools.

Students who ame uitlrc-sted in
these lessons may bu:. mimeo-
graphed lessons at ith cost of
50.10 each at the Office of
Professor Amysan Thabuiteau.
story Maison Vogue, corner J. J..
Dissaliines Avenaie and Rue des
Miracles.

Port au Prince July 11th, 1961


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.. PAGct-4


SExport Bank
Ris

i Overdue Accounts
By ROBERT COLE t

(In the June 26 issue of "The e
Journal Of Commerce") t
0


Seri o u s "delinquencies" on
loans made by the Export-Im-
port Bank are at their highest
level in the financial institution's
entire 27-year history, bank of-
ficials told The Journal of Cmn-
merce.
Harold F. Linder, president
and board chairman, said that
the.bank currently has serious
overdue-accounts in four couin-
tries with a total principal
amount involved of about $129
million.

Four Countries Listed

He listed the- countries as Bo-
livia. China, Haiti and Cuba.
The first three, he said, are gov-
-ernment obligations and it is
anticipated that in the cases of
Bolivia and Haiti that payments
can be resumed "in due course"
when their fiscal situations are
adjusted.

As to China, lie added, these
loans were incurred when Chiang
Kai-shek's government was in
control of the mainland.
"Obviously no one can pre-
dict now if or when resumption
of payments can be anticipated
in respect to this debt."

The Cuban loans in default, lir'
explained, were made to private
companies controlled by United
States nationals operating in Cu-
ba. These properties and assets
since have been expropriated b:,
the Castro government.
He noted further:
"The Bank is not without hope


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Deli uencies r million Immediate pros- NEW CANADIAN AM "ASADOR- '
Delinquencies
Deu unquencuesl pects are Aot ,very good. TO,- HA-
;. The full-page. accounting of -' -
overdue .loans was included i The appointment was recent- the Universit' of 'llinols i 1
in Four Nations the report at the express .wish an un M eorge P d .He i ed overseas
of Export'lnmport. Bank's- Linder aoun of Mr George and 19 .He ed
Sof idd as ,Anabassaddr of Capada witb the Camero-tisghlanders
hat in time an appropriate set- in a new policy move designed t Cuas, band Hai He replaces d thie er roece lingids'
lenient can be worked out eith- to reflect more accurately theMrllan ne s in 19 6e .d
MrAllan mAnderson, whoriias dscharge in 1946. He joined the
'r for the return of the proper- potential losses in- the bank. Ac- reached retirement age..Before tpatment o. Exterial; 'Affi
ies or a settlement of the clain tual losses in-.the past 27-years hi appointment, Mr Kidd- as in 19.46. -H- served aroa~ at
f these companies with a gov- are listed at only'$3.7 million the-4-terna Affairs rm-ember of Warsa trbm 1947 t -199; in
rnment of Cuba. At such time, or about three tenths of 1 per the eating tI of the Na- Pais fom 1949 to 195L;. and at
e t ue u will o cen. the LDirecting -Staff of the Na- Paris from 1949 to 1951; and at-
he debt due us will, of course, cent."_-
eed to be taken into pccourt." ct. tional Defence College in Kings- Tel- Aviv as Charge d'Affaires
eetton. He is taking up his ,.few from 1954. to. 1957. Mr''.Kidd -it-
Points to Bank Poliey I tu-.Heenet-Col-
Points to ank Policy duties this month. 'tended the National Deence-Col.
Posted As Delinquent A,. lr Kidd was bo Glas born Iege ln-951 and 1a52. Re'-retu--
But, as 'Mr Linder points out. lege in 1951 and l er p -
The situation first cae to if the bank's r gow, Scotland, on June 6, 1917. ed to the Colleges-as a asember
The situation first came to "if the bank's books were knpi r h *. '95.
ght in a little-noticed addition I a manner so that it reported Uiversity of British Colum. bia, r Kidd ilreside Han-
o the Bank's latest report to-a net profit in its income ac-completing post-gradiate wor d vist Pod sid Piae egul-
.ongress. The report showed count-and maintained on its'ba- co letiUn post-grdy ate wor40 at d visit Porta. Piner.egul-
hat instalments on principal ard Jance sheet-, an iter` entitled t the nls 9 a. t arly
0 h, ,., .,./ _' .: ._ ,' ,


interest for 15 loans involving surplus, (conservative manage-
nine nations -all except two i1i ment 'and accounting practices
Latin America- were posted as would require that reserves be
"delinquent" at the -end of last set up against these- delinquent
year. Since then all have paid items."
up overdue loans except tlhse: However, he said, "the prac-
Bolivia Corp. Boliviana de twice of the Bank is to 'add o6
Fomento, a government agency, reserves all of its net income
ihiCh is delinquent on $6 million 'other than the amount allocated
in principal and interest for 3 for a dividend on its caphial
loans overdue since 1958. Ir- stock to the Treasury of the U.S.
mediate prospects are consider- since the accumulated reserves
ed rnl. Ifar exceed, the amounts referred
China Four loans made in to above."
1946 to the Republic of Chind
(now Communist China), which
are overdue in the amount of HOUSE FOR RENT ABOVE


$28.9 million. Outlook for further
substantial 'payment is anything
but promising.

Cuba Three Joans made it?
Cuban Electric Co. (former
American & Foreign Power Co.
subsidiary), Cia. Cubana Prima-
dera (former Francisco Sugar
Co. subsidiary) and Cuban Tele-
phone Co. former International
Telephone & Telegraph Corp
subsidiary). They have been in
the arrears since last December.
Haiti The Government is
overdue since March with prin'
cipal and interest amounting to


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. CAUTION CHILDREN FROM MASSACRING'
BIRD POPULATION

INDISCRIMLISATE KILLING MUST STOP
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The lacl of a protective Society and the killer ins-
tinct in some little boys is responsible for the diminish-
ing community of our feathered friends.
This is holiday time and the little boys with rocks,
air -guns and assorted sling-shots are com b i n g the-
neighborhood and shooting every bird on sight.
Parents should not only caution their children against
this destructive practice but explain how many of these
harmless birds that they mercilessly kill rid the coun-
;-.try of unwanted insects besides performing numerous
;other chores. If it were' not for the ruggedness of the
mountains surely Haiti's bird population would be
, close to extinct today and the rare ISwales thrush, re-
corded this-week on Morne La Selle would appear.only
in the nature books.

LETTER ,OF PRESIDENT DUVALIER
TO MINISTER CONSTANT

Mr .Secretary. ol State of Tourism Mr. Victor-Nevers Conslant:
SI- nave note with great satisfaction the impro\vments you are
gradually making to the. Expc.ition grounds in order tc preserve
its. original character and to -give to this area the embellishing
tcuch which is an urbanism triumph.

Tbanks to your courageonll cftorts, the Tourism Depattplen has
been:converted into a living,'dynamic Department which c eates
Sand-multiplies the attractions of the Capital and conceives, at the
same time it realizes the t6uristic policy according to a long range
bpan. You are making your Department play its real role arid, in
that Way, you are helping the Haitian tourist industry.'
My Government which intends to realize projects able to assure
the welfare of all citizens and general progress will always encour-
age decisions capable to help continuous extension of Haitian Tour-
ism. i

I wish to congratulate you. And it's the reason why I v.ish to
send you, enclosed herewith, a modest contribution of One Thous-
and dollars with my best wishes that your program will not be
confronted with any obstacle and. that the tourist industry will
reach a top place in our-economy. .a
Yours most sincerely

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FROM QUR CORRESPONDENT
,,. by Wireless
After the yisit of ?7 members
of Cap Haitian Labor Unions to
'the National Palace and a'meet-
ing of, Eng. Gerard Jocpitre
with President. Duvalier last
week, the situation of Pote Cole
in the North seems ruuniz;g more
smoothly. Many problems were
solved and it is expected things
will go much better.
HARBOUR PROBLEM.
According to the opinion of all
people interested in tourism, the
harbour of Cap Haitien needs
dredging around the pier. Sand
and silt have piled up near the
wharf. The dredging should pre-'
ceed the cruiseships season.
BIGGER LARUE
The' news of the installation of
mbdern and large machinery at
sugar factory "Larue", sugar
cane growers ,are rejoicing for
the future. Last yeai-, the low
capacity "of this unique small
factory in the North didn't abs-
orb 20 per cent of cane harvest.
The road of Ouananr-nthe is
always reported in ;,ery"bad con-.
dition. Maintenance Servica of
the Public Works should do
something for that road used by
the biggest sisal corporation in
all Americas.
DUROSIER IMPROVED
The health of Dr Auwilon Duro-
sier, the dynamic physician and
lawyer of Cap, is much better.
Dr Durosier is at Hospital Jus-
tinien.
FETES
The m6nth of July is the per-
iod of celebration of patron
saints in many towns and villa-
ges of the North. Port Margot.
Plaine du Nord and Limonade
are the most- famous places
where "fetes patronales" are
enthusiastically celebrated. At
Limonade especially, people of
all the Republic used to meet
to pay homage to Sauite Arne,
the grandmother of Jesus.

In spite 6f the bad economic
situation, July 26th will be a big
day at Limonade.

OBITUARY
During the past wEek, many
Cap Haitien personalities passed
away.
The death of Me Salomon Bel-


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-Nord,from 1950 to 1959 is mourn- man devoted to his duty and his
ed. The deceased was a 'sympa- family. .
thetic figure of the North; he
was the only son of the well- Other deaths registered retir- _
known Horace Bellcrive, famous ed Sergent-Major Hilarion Tous-
nationalist during the Arerican saint of FA d'H. Orchestra and -
occupation period. Miss Altida Manigat at the age '.
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S. (IN A RECENT ISSUE


"Next time 1 move, it's %keeth
S wan suLitcase. I'rt tired of col-
lectmng things and owning things,
You know what happening, all
over the world: People are dy-
ing, meno ami. You know what
for? Asset A human being
doesn't need ali,'thing. He is his
o..n a;.set. Next timn- for me.
wan sluicirse. No more of those
shp;hc'ttis for IIm?.."
The nrill speaking is Roger
Cost.;r, of the demo'rue lace, tlhe
gentlC, snule, the dazzling stream
of conscioulsn:ss. Once the o\wn
er of -th- Haitian gingerbreadl
palace callil Oiloffst')'s that was
Port a.ll PriIncl-'' nleica for writ-
uIs. ,pujtlltr si. actoIs, thinkers
and art .olkictors, Rroge, whli
v-.if?, LaLura, noi'. o\ins the Left
Banl: ill Si. Thnminias Their res-
ttiiu ,int. Onlri, tj\e mofiths old,


specializes in gourmet cooking,
fine big drinksand is, like Oloff-
son's a lively'gallery of Haitian
art.


Roger and Laura came
through San Juan lastyear after
leaving Haiti, encountered too
many difficulties in getting the
kind of tailor-made -plce they
wanted, and wound ui .in St.
Thomas with a warehouse the;,
ve transformed into a restau-
rant.
"Big shpaghettis", says Roger,
"eighteen thousand for the kit-
chen alone. Wrought iron furni-
ture from Puerto Rico. You sec
my Haitian special' symbol out
in the street..,?" The latter is a
slanted barber-pole-like device.
eight feet high. What does it


OF -IHE ISLAND TIMES *) .

mean? :'It's a symbol",, says R- Haitian peasant. blouse and hei
ger, "a symbol you do what you. hair .was fu.ckl-e ui.nd.e r
want with." Beside. it, over a bright--'y:low bandana. Lively,
drainage canal that' divides the lovely aind-Jlooking more;,ike :a
street, ,a Venetian syle bridge worried bride thanr.g. woman
with a big sign on.it pro\-ides married '-24 ears, she'-wvds hbr-
entry to the i eft .Bank. lying toward; the kitchen "to. su-
"Take my-picture on the.brid- pervise the shredding of coco-
ge, next to the sign." WVe- did nut for the'night's blanc mange.
so, and Roger hammea it up, We followed'.her and the -man
shouting "MY place. ZEES fel- in the Kcithen seven feet tail
low. Me. Owner. My sign. Wahl-l and'four feet wide.- who cring-
-kum to Rive Gauche, Zis shpa- ed, dropped a-cocoutt and duck-
ghettis all him. You got the pic- ed away from -the camera.
ture? Let's go 'ave a drink."
We felt a Little foolish taking "ie's a-Moslenm.', Laura said,
Roger's picture. For 20 years he "...and he's afraid you'll capt-
was ,a top-drawer-photographer iure -his soul. Charming.". She.
for Vogue and other magz;rines, chattered in English, added an
roaming" the world with Rollei aside in Creole fLauiT-a is a-Hai-
and Leica, a maestro. Laura tian), stuck her hea" out the
couldrr't come out for the pict- door, and shouted something at
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attentive. "Best i h.towii', Roger
said r'... only -smilihg waiters. ri
St. Thom.s. The:'like to smii..
Of eourseif they. don't adieu...'
'Incredibly large Manhattans and
iapftini arrived in'a.hurry.. -
.few. tourists entered, peering
abodt suspiciously. Roger beat
the headwaiter to the door, look-
ing-bo.ish in a .plaid shortsleav-
ed shirt. his -(ae joyous, eyes.
twinkhng, hands- waving like .
conductor leading an *orchestra
through a passage of Debussy,
The tourists were -surprised,
then relaxed, .as though they had
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die of Times .Square. Roger.,
seated them with, a flourish and
carffe back, leavirig .them to
crane their necks at the wild
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Coaster In S Tho as ry rapidythe pieces of pork WATCHES OF GREAT. DISTINCTION
I:- *until a golden brown. Serve hot
S________ with sauce "timalice", fried TO GIVE AND WEAR WITH PRIDE
plantains, avocado and Water- ,. ,
(Continued from page 6) door. H knew their city, he knew cress. The sauce-timalice is ser-



ami? I love people, shpaghettis go and more were coming in. Sauce Timaliee
you remaimber all zay want is theDebussy, Laura glided to. To chopped onions or shallots

good meal and enjoy zemselves. and the waiter came toward us crush together some garlic, salt,
Monday I don't care about,. I with a big bucket containing a fresh hot pepper. Add this to
people enjoy zemselves here, I bottle of a- good 1955 Muscatel. chopped onions, and some of the
do a lot more uan a lot of poll- The timalice sauce, the Manh- Tat of the cooked pork. Boil the
tician, ou?" attans and the muscatel,te the mixture once on fire. Add chop.
with a dozen delicious snails mi-primitien e sculpture all blend- pork. _-, -'salt,
cooked in a mysterious sauce ed into one fine sensation.
ent laced with garlic and Coconut Blane Mange Ref. 7n7 a NecPlu Ultrah of selfwinding
people d wi h acawatches E9 Jewels Gyrotion power rd.
maybe a soupcon of wine. Laura It looks like he has done it at S p Bi 'e
stopped by to ask it they were again. Even if it's not Olaff- Grate and extract the mfilk of < good. Her eyes twnkled and she son's, its pure Coster and pure two dried" coconuts. (This may
moved on Ike a ballet darcer, magnificence. Hal Underhill. be done by adding a cup of
discussing mro d e r i painting, Left Bank Recipes nut, mix in blending machine,
there Caribbean pao tics O and Here are two of Laura Coster' strain). Add to the coconut milk
managing to look passionately recipes, as setred at the Left a can of evaporated milk, sugar
interested even in a conversa- Bank: to taste, a teaspoon of vanilla
tion about St. Thomas' perpetual extract, two envelopes o Knox
water shortage. Haitian Grillot With gelatine which has been melted
The waiter came with the Ha- Tialice Sauce m some warm water. Pour this-.
ban Grillot and it became .clear- mixture nto serving dish and '"
er y The Left Bank s after Cut some lean pork into stew- place in refrigerator served O. N S A L E A T T E
only five months about the best ing-size pieces. Marinate the well chilled. (Some of the grat- .
restaurant in St. Thomas. Don't pork in a sauce made with lime cocon isusuall aside BR S
write we're the best," Roger juice, a slight bit of salt, and a Ad d th e rown
suge a cand o vpori ed omitke sugar R -),R
said, "...let people find out." We soupcon of fresh hot pepper sugar e and sprinkled on the b slanc "
ate slowly and with appreciation Cook the pork in this sauce on age hen it is to be sered)..





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S'- thicket adjacent to. little clear- in color from aurania as to pre- flank feathers and under tail ,co-
ings. elude the idea of close asso- yerts with light shaft streaks
S- clation between the two other and edgings of white. Bill orange
.Swales' thrlsb spend much 'than their -'nion: in'the same rufous, extreme base of mandi-
time on the grbtund where it hhs -genus. They are evidently not bular rami and area about nost-
'-. .. the habits usual to the 'Tbbin- geographic repiesentaiveof one ris blackish; eye ring light or-
u. -from 'page .1)t .. Jlaplocichla iwales'u, LONN- like thrushes, running with low- stock as is so often the case with ange; irins Roods brown; tarsus
th or --"1~iisicien" anJ BERG; Fauna och Flora, 1929 p; ered head across little open spa- allied birds on W\Vet Indian is- Rood's brown with a line of hon-
white 'Ibis near Ca- 17.(Hat).' ces and then' pausing abruptly lands. ey yellow down the back; bare
Thh party spent thi'ee Reside rt in I-Haiti on with -head thrown'. erect. In the Following is. a description ot skin at back of tibio-tarsal joint
d e mountains north of he-high ridge 0 La Selle; not dark shadows of its haunts its the-type specimen: honey yellow; toes somewhat,
iandi the beauti- recordedd elsewhere- .The spec- colors merge so perfectly with Alus. Cat. No. 264,707, adult lighter than tarsus; lower sur-
u s rnear Ridere Glaces. -is ranges from 1500 .to 2100 met- its background that it is extre- male, collected in the Massif de faces of toes honey yellow. (Co-
".t..Ursday -morning they ers' coming occasionally a little mely difficult to see at any dis- La Selle altitude 1800 nmeteis), lors from flesh specimen.)
iv f-it-3the Pine Forests at low er. stance except when in motion. April 15, 1927, by A. \Wetinore. Measurements are as follows:.
S 5 t~n ssaire and on Fri- On. April 11, 1927, as Wetmore At times it ran up on recumbent Entire upper parts, including Males Qfive specimens), wing
d 9e. higher slopes of La came into-.thp dense growth- of l9gs or rested among low brani- sides of head, deep black: chin 126.-7-131.5 (129.6). tail 1025-
e: ho.Ie oticatching a ram forest jungle belo- .the sim- ches, and while singing perched white; throat and upper foie- 105.9 (104.01. emmen from base
glips of the rare Swales mit of Morne La Visite he heard among lidibs sometimes forty .neck black stieakel lightly v ith 3.2-24.8 .22 tarsus 42.2-47.0
Thtish, -1r Reynard succeeded a strange thrush note aid a mo- feet from the earth but always white: upper breast blackish 14.01 nun mm.
in recording its song from a dis- meant later had a glimpse of the concealed among leaves. The slate with faintly indi c t ed Female .one specimen), wing
lance of only a few feet just be, songster within a distance of a song resembles somewhat that brownish edgiris; sides of upper 123.9: tail 97.7; culmen from
fore noon and left for Puerto few feet, recognizing if instantly o the gray robin (Mimocichla breast sepia; lov. e .breast and base 22.4; tarsus 46n0mm.
Rico an his way home Saturday as a species. new to the known -a ardosiacea) and suggests also sides bright hazel: abdomen Type adult male, wing 126.7:
afternoon. fauna _of the island. Hours were that of the smaller thrushes (fly.A white: flanks and winter tail co- tail 102.5; culmen from base 24.
Mr Reynard a native of River- spent. nm creeping cautiously. locichla) of the United States. It verts blackish slate, tIhe lower 7; tarsus 42.3mm.
ton---Nw- Jersey, was delighted through. wet thickets, bound into is given slowly and clearly with
with -his good -luck in -recording almost _impeneLrable entangle- decided intervals between the -
therake. Thrush. meets by longstrands of creep- 'notes. From the other thrush ot
The Swales Thrush Tis-deserib- ing bamboo, but not until tWo the island the notes are easily LNSURE WITH SURE INSURANCE
edjih- the U.S. National Museum days later did the first specimen told since they-are much-more CALEDONIAN INSURANCE COMPANY
publication 'of .1931 on "The of this beautiful bird come to clear and distinct i utterance, Founded In 1805
birds of Haiti and the Dominican hand. The colors were such that and less broken. The alarm note IN ORPORAT IA
Republic" by Alexander Wet-. at a distance the species was in- Is -heuiry wheury wheury re- INCORPORATED BY SPECIAL ACT OF
more; Assistant S ec r e t a r y, visible to the eye in the dense heated s ly three ties with THE BRITISH PARLIA ENT
Smithsonian Institute and Brad- shadows and when clearly seen -reat rapidity, RONY CHENET & SONS
shaw H. Swales (after whom individuals were usually. so close AGENTS FOR HAITI
the Thrush" is obviously named) at land as to make it impratic- Abbott says that in May, 1920, Address Rue des Miracles Opposite National Bank
honorary Assistant Curator of able to-collect them with ordi- wheu on the slopes of La SeUle _
Birds, United States National nary loads, while their appear- above Fonds Verettes he saw
Museum. ance was so brief as to make it one of these thrushes but had no Ca ib Co
impracticable to change to light- gun. On subsequent visits he Caribbean Construction Co. SA.
Haplocichla Swalesi Wetmore er shells before the birds- had was not able to fina it again- Builders Of The Military Cit
Disappeared. Finally in a heavy Bond collected birds in breed- Ge. Manager: Gerard THEARD
SWALES' THRUS. P.RLE,. rain several--came out into an ing condition on La Selle in June, Pen. manager:. erard THEARD
COUETE-OUETE NOIR open trail. apparently in enjoy- 1928. Phone: 3955. P. 0. BO.. 284
.Halplicichla swalest WETMO- ment of the downpour and spe- .
RE,-:Proc. Biol: Soc. -Washington, cimens were secured with corn- Structurally the present spe-
vol. 40. June 30, 1927, p. 55 (Jar- parative ease. On s-ubsequent cles in characterized by long, time takes on a rosy hue
dins Bois Pin, Massif de la Sel- days numbers were observed slender tarsus and rounded wing,
le, Haiti,- 1800 meters altitude), and in all four were collected: the '-wing tip being somewhat through the sapphire crystal
-BOND, Proc. Acad. Nat.,Sci. In the Jardins Bois Pin this. more rounded than in Haploei- Of your Movado "Firmament" watch
Philadelphia, vol. 80, 1929 p. 509 thrush was somewhat more fam- chia aurantia of Jamaica, which
(La Selle). BEEBE, Beneath iliar as here it lived near the hitherto has stood alone in a *.
Tropic Seas, 1928, p. 11 (men- huts of the-country people and ronotypic genus. Haplocielia'
tioned). inhabited smaller sections of swalesi is so entirely different


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Improved South Road Boosts
Region's Business


PORT AU PRINCE Econo-
mic conditions in the South are
improving as the result of a bet-
ter and notw passable Port au
Prince to Cayes road.
Such are the reports received
recently from Southeru business-
men, churchmen, and others on
the progress of a joint Haitian-
Aziieri'an project to restore the
200 kilometer road to the south.
They nmaintaim that ,cheaper


transportation costs have low-
ered the price of imported goods
and increased the farmer's re-
turn on products marketedin
the Port au Prince and Northern
areas.
In addition the wages paid to
200 to 300 laborers during the
past four months have stimulat-
ed the local economy.
Rebuilding of the only direct
route iornm the Nation's capital,


Some Z00 to 300 Laborers have been employed during the past
four months on the improvement of the Road to Cayes.


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MA n S..A. .N Phone-. 230
AIR CONDITIONS. C


to the South began the first week
in Marchl supported by a $350,.
000 U.S. grant. By May. 1st the
-highway was again open to traf-
fic. Previously it had been imr-
pasqable to all traffic except
large trucks for .over a. year .
American Ambassador Robert
'Newbegin, recognizing the im-
portance of the road to Haiti's
economy and, the critical situa-
tion facing residents in the
South, requested and received
-the first part of 1961 emergency.
funds from Washington to bring
about repairs.

Minister of Public Works,
Louis Leveque, reported that
many persons have called re-
cciintly at his offices and those
if the Co-Opuerative Works Pro-
gram to extend then' apprecia-
uon. Some stated "If they had


not seen it themselves, they
wotduld not believe it possible to
restore thie road to such a good
condition in such a short time".
Minister Leveque emphasized
that this project in no way du-
plicates the proposed construc-
tion of an all-weather $8.000,000
Cayes to Port au Prince road.

Without usable road-to Cayes
it would be economically unlfeas-
jble to begin the proposed coris-
truction, as Development Loan
4Fund personnel have already ac-
knowledged, Leveque said.
Restoration of the present
Cayes road, however, is still in
progress and is not expected to
be completed til, the end of sum-
mer, according to Harold H.
Weiland. Chief Public Works Di-
u vision USOM.

The most damaged section of
the road, the 110 kmn. stretch
from M i-r a g o a n e to Cayes,
though, has been completed, witn
the exception of a few minor re-
pairs. Weiland reported. And it
is now possible, he claimed, to
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half hours. .Several ,truck ldrii- Ony 'recently haag'o com-
ers, he. ,added; .have, reported menced .on T_-t 1 e sector,
travelling up to 60 m.p.h.,. over were ph- wrop s w'Il ne imadc on
many sections. "'" ie torst aeasr ihyeen 41 ra
*'-goane anc4.Gissipr. ; *
Most of tir -work to date haks g ,a a ,,
been cone ein t r a t e d. on this- Despite continuing repair
'stretch and has included 'cons. work., it.. is possible e'-.-I eveii
traction of '&Eainage structures, small passenger cars .now Lv
grading and levelling of the make the 200 Idn.-trip fo Caye-
road, 'and re-surfacing with gr.' without undue' difficulty ,.piland!
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GUSTNV DALLA-VALLE FORMERLY : but-there.as to be an exc.e'lent
"O --WILL.MANA' U..S.. Z AM reason before they stay down
TO v-t. LD" SPEARFdIS IeNG CHAMPS. -The coach et'ed s'iph a rea-
-. IN, SPAIN '.. son: -
"Take a grouper when. shot,"
S HN RENDE mebe t jac hamil lie said. '1- goa-.inr6'a *hole,
B.., JN-. next.m-Thersof ach jsaidck :a puts all his fins up and is ex-
( e New .r Ti ) T ne Utisted c Statesa dived s a tremely difficult to get out. One
of our men, Del Monico, worked
,, . .. among the world's best I thin fr an hour and te minutes
Those -wo would descend, into the championship will be %'on for an houper out once. tes
the sea in order to impale. a .is.b one of four countries. Spain's etting a grouper ai t r fr cequently o
o-4-sear ;should .learn, to' e chances will be excellent becu- e up fo air frequently o
it ,easy, .says Jim Christiahisen, se its ,men' will be fishing- in- -
'ai strapping 35r-,ear-old crew-cu' :bome waters.' Italy is a threat Tile international scoring ,i'
bi6nd fr-if, -bong Beach; Calif. -anywhere. be based on the kind of fish 'ak-
Christi-,nseh is -the -coach bf a -en.
team'n-'.of yoing' men. who will The-, Brazilians are versafil -
compete .at:-.Alaniurs, Spain, on They>-dive any-place and are "Easy fish are likely to carry
Atdg. 17 and 18' for the world .good and -stro'rg.. However, I- a half-point." said Christicnsen
spearfishingchampionship. think- the Unifed States can win 'Fish such- as the 'grouper,
"The speed of diver wien the championship if wie can over- which is difficult to spear and
descending sMhould 'be three t0i come Spain's advantage in local quite wary. may be assigned a
three and a hall feet a second," experience. I think we-: have our ful point arid jack and tuna and
according to Christiapsen. "It is strongest team this year." other blue-water fish will c- iry
considered slow,-_ but. it -is the Therd will -be four divers, --.e two points."
rate' of speed: at which most -of o[f -hom will -be .an alternate. The coach-said that the great-
.,th t, ter divers go, down. The They are Don Del Monico -and est danger to most spear hsh-
novice,. ill at ease and unfamil- Gene Shinn, both of Miarm; '3ob'
iar i'with the sport, is likely to Manicko of Long Beach, Calif.
kickL twice as hard, although, not and Ray Sharpe of Buena Park, .. -
as-efiiciently,-and go down near Calif. The alternate will be de-
ly twice as fast. When he-gets cided on th6 scene.
tliere; he has expefided his en- Also going are Gustav Dalla '. '*
-ergy-and has nothing more left. Valle of Los Angeles, a former
He-'has to'come bick." Italian champion, who will be .
the team manager, and Dr.-E. < /
Christiansen made these corn- H. Lamphier, a professor phy-
ments prior to a seminar con- siology at the University oL.Buf-
ducted-by the Empire State Un- falo6, the team physician.
derwater Coundil at the i ew / '
Yoirk-Trade Show Building Fri- The competition will consist f /
day night The young men go- five hours of diving each day.
ing to. Spain have talent 'and "Each man can dive as deep 111.'
high hopes, but. no money. The. and, as often as he wants," said
seminar was an effort to cor- Christiansen "so conditions will
rect that deficiency. .- be extremely important. Timing QfCWAO
The competition i n-v o I vin g is important, too. .Each man
about twenty-five countries, will must -know the maximum safe'
be conducted in water up to 60 time he can remain below. The ti
feet deep, Christiansen said. very best boys can stay from
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unexpected situations. For- men
of international 'competition cal-
iber. the greatest danger is like-
ly -o be over-extension of their
dives.
"The man will stay and stay
until he has what we call a
shallow-water blackout. It's cal-
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IN TOWN
THIS WEEK
Dick Morris and Frank Dal-
ton, the Ch:cago engi. ee's w'.o
are here to see to the work of
restoring the road to the S.'t'.,
are stopping at Hotel Cliouc.i-
ne.
Chiriles Sha.3ne spent a week
in to'.,.'n cI-ecking on the S-.reps
it'kes op-rat:on. lie stayed in hic
seco d home, Montana, as usual
-Ie left fev. chips at the C,asi-
no too
Sigmund Brown of tlh- I.nkeerl
Aircraft outfit in New V',rk is
vacationing at Hotel Chojcorn s
Pamela Heinl is hdr-ac from
Paris, preparing for her July
15th wedding with John uildick.
Mr C. Leumi. friend of Mr JER
,'and Mrs Jean Danis, is in town
on a business-pleasure trip. The
business is done in town; the
pleasure is at the Choucnu'ie.
ans, spent part of their vacation
at the Choucoune. The3 are en
joying their first visit to Haiti
very much.
Shirley Gast, popular Chicago- :,
Mrs Ruth Patzkowsky and

CARE BOSS OFF...
(Cr ntinned from page, 1)
beria, Sierra Leone, Nigeria and
the ex-French Cameroum. The
sure,, will lead to an elah-.raie
CARE program for tlit:e coiin-
tries.
Mr Lauriac will return to -
laiti in October with the )pepn-
ing of schools. During his abs .
ence Mr Denis Morrissey will -
be in charge of the CARE office
here.


CHINESE


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TUESDAYS


Egg Roll (2)

Won ton soup




Choice

Sweet & Sour pork

shrimp Foo Yung

Chicken chow mein

lobster chow mein

tea or coffee


$3.00-


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Restaurant

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MEDICO OBSERVES-,FIRST ANNIVERSARY IN IEREMIE
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EMIE'S ANCIENT St. Anto:ne Hospital now being modernly
equipped byV MEDICO.-A 50-bed tubercular hospital
is _lo be added this year.


Dr. E. ARCHIER AZ'LARD Jr. wiho heads team of 13 American
Technicians -revamping .Jeremie's public medical facilities (right)
with small pai-ent and Dr. Cyriaque Mpde director general
of Haiti's Public Health and Population Service.


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JOHNNIE WALKER
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DISTRIBUTOR PREETZMAN-AGGERIIO.LM
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Modern Haitian


Paintings

By MAX PINCHINAT

/ On Show Now At

GALERIE PINCHINAT

106, ,BOIS VERNA

Jist before.you reach the "PONT MORIN" bridge

This is an ART GALLERY, not a picture strop, ex-
hibiting over 100 of the most attractive FRAMED
PAINTINGS made bothin Port au.Prince and Paris-by
FAMOUS HAITIAN PAINTER, MAX PINCHINAT,
now in France.
The artist WHO HAS EXHIBITED BOTH HERE
AND ABROAD- for the past 15. years, c6mes back to
Haiti every five years and for 15 to 18 months renews
thie contact with his people and his source 'of inspira-
tion. -
In-the GALLERY PINCHINAT are grouped
some paintings of the 15 years, of work by MAX PIN-
CHINAT, from 1945 to 1960. Prices have not been ar-
bitrarily based on beauty of the painting,, but o'6 its
size, just like Paris Fashion for MAX PINCHIAT
and OTHER WELL KNOWN ARTISTS. Visitors .can
consult the paintings price list if they wish to.
All the taxi drivers know GALLERY PINCHINAT
AND don't let anybody tell you ,that the GALLERY is
closed. It is not.
The GALLERY PINCHINAT, sole represen-
tative and sales agent of PINCHINAT's pAintings, has
exhibited a few samples only at-"Foyer des Arts Plas-
tiques", "Galerie Brochette" and Galerie Suisse"..
Open from 10 AM to 5 PM, and on appointment in
the evening. ,- ADMISSION FREE. .. -

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..AN A RICAN : PAM4NEE-AAND JO $ BSU RDICK

IV...pL OUR ed -appear in our next edition)
%*a -, 0 W ofL:' JT R k, do ~Z f 'the an B. Uttle and wife Frances.
D rKa-n f-.iJb B urdiCK-, -! wi0
beading 'the -.i. n'ican CA .Fo" nation in .Cal, Other friends and relatives ar Y
Fri.en d, of t el ood..Will Tour ombi4 flewhese .to iarry rived during the week to attend ",
le.vi g JViagif Noveirmtb 19 s -londe .Pamnela--Hein), the wedding. They include Dr. ..
board the S .'.erusalem This last i lt. -Jbln-arrived j com- Sioma Kagan, Mr Charles John- -i
-' Too. whof gre outo The c- pany with MNis atalie, H-ubbard son Wright, Pamela's granda-
W'- Nt *. r*Q *" Ici;denc mof 1961 1*ingthe 1t ofTConwiectiiMt nd banker Stfy- their1 Mrs Reba Stevensop, Col- '
...-.. ..;of Year. of sraels Statefinb6a- and .. onel Joseph, John Farley, Mrs
X bn..:-'p'ij .Dtstop ein.H.ai Cu lyn Haven and Mr Timothy Ha- t
,st-er c- u-- .i --n-.. o,.. o ose,- a tidn
for c e in el rni ebefr dol a job a i o e-Coo tatoa of- tile people, of the vn, Miss Elizabeth Burdick,
ia..lolp[A t .. .... f rom.e ing. eun s tnyt0 whom John's sister, a stewardess from
uadelou~e Dre .. O 4 : 2,-old, s' da',,.' ighter..d f nam an -Mexico.0 A erding--to gh ng h J it-
.r.................. of . ..a..c .Ac aco:ommon ndof-nriendsFjp for C gca .and Miss. Pm-e Ri-. r
ra"-tobs.a...aor..Mr, -edde;Neuratha..vedfrom eie Young Democrac, of Israel chard .
id.'to'se enthe.Summer -ffora"on ther.parentsin sBourdon of 13ta boy becomes 'a man. So sred., Miss Pamela Richard who
n.. .i a e .eft for "ad this past week to r is the age 6f matu ity speaks French fluently is study-
s orit an ,at of thL eles. flar Associati.. Lawver- for"the ,aion of Israel. .. he success of the Tour will ing German at Harvaid Univer-
si'-fiM_ -nvi.a ton. e W -.,A -.v- .. --..0 : eflet th t 6ood will that exists sity. She visited Haiti in 1956 "
.p ..lj.-.. -. f ,ack-,o.. -.._- as D Kahan. ve herewith between-the people of our res- with her father 'Guy Richrd a '-
ice... BearSan.amcqis offto" -pen four-.years-at-Bedenown a..iett'er of-introduction .from the pective countries and serves as former Colorel of the Marinies
Hiustaz ev4 fr y ... 1'Jdke -Me ouildc o s.'week'~es 1~I r of Miami. Ti& ,Four will a 0ymbIl of good neighborly re- and a Correspondent for the
aul. C .olsa ffd.'. .auva... DiretoDrof-tbe- National Coffee i-cl-de- three. hundred;p aop'laition for the people through- Journal" Am erican and mother
fibei*l -..V .to re is..siting Puert.".ic6 ..andthe ,i rep sentinga a cross' ecton- of out. the world.. Dr Kahan met Mary and elder sister Antonia.
land ,.. j -oi e e . du .n .ister R ,ather Hbe.. .. ap leading organizations o ,-Grbater W ew.Mr --Jean- Jacques Honorat 'She .ke4t strong and vibrant the -
,ds.,..om.e.Edu ..M st.er ;-Father Hubert -Popk'-. 'eacmi"In eeh lAind-tth"y"visit :eQ .,ra]. E trct .R "mo o the mer u se '*
r is hri aspe ial-MIsion, to .NewYork... hey 'will aim to mee'-and ex- Wr'-Victor -Nevers- Cogsthnt, Min- danced here, .
Ci 0ing. it:. ,itlt"a'-5 .,o7- Mhange greetings' with, a repre- sister of Tourism'.- by AUELIN JOLICOEL
ckta !:i'artyd'- a de by officials rid T turism, personalities. -' '-
In-B. Lonme;,,rP .-of: th -n_.wiy .- f rbished Sliubie flew ." . .- -, -~.,. .," -. "t..:.
-. .-~i' dau= dt -.for --t' ope- ng v T e -Vie .La npson ae f t . -of-. . '. '. ,-. ...r . ..'.
Itb-16& .ChoEuro -epe lb& iajaion._"Pppular l a Haiti tra el O 0... .. 0 -00 -a
gent Mair o i no s .so sieagenti Cap la ac- - -.
ire'B the lamzpoo f for: tourist trade.-in the North ernl
The&Capoi s newspapers Septemtrion" this. Week deplored .. .. h'--.'" .
A, . iA ao. .or- ..specialist in A*is e ife4in ;. o .-., ,."- -
?par ,- i,:., b eres,..spe.i^ t.._.'.m .. or- -.-- '-" ".-,':--.aCES . . -
al" at -Dimleii who-,has moved to the U.S.... Louis a.riswold is .
ack.e a t .~ .tpnzt. t to-the blew Y6r..-; iA '-distri __ -, ." .7- 1 -
lies nagerADick Abbott returned with wifWVlary and the boys G i
ono tourng Eisurpe'in a,caavan-: they: report its the grass
Dots way-is th grestftl.lwa. a fayai0y -caft ee Europe... Arthur -O EVERY EV NING' B
aas resident-_o. the..Miitbtie, (E. ur 'Mill' .-in .fi.n lor-th .. .

ird week high and dr orn o Bay. The vessel-broke its moor- .. .. ... -
rgs durii a',sudden' squall while the crew was peicdrcing...
M51isigupuridm ia baekl to Athe .-NuAib after iine aire, in -
laly. Father e .ouir- is visiting is -or e]ah Canada... -Plan- -
ation .D4mpbpuylaoa or -'imgwitn-obsbrved -ig 31stbir
thursday in' lor.. w ,yot ~j diaps -and Francoi Pa.


-eirs e aiV- e o:tner of 'Rues des Miracles and id o en
e present: 0 "4t wita 6e ,- to ep' t -ro
their 7eight- -
Frenchlimenl o .. .i iir i-.of-' in _i o f
Ith 'L.a I F ."i, IS ^tiIle', in 179. His- Excellency :th A nbaass. "
de, ofEragnee ieH ni s l [ hosted.
Sto 7coe rt.at:Manoir -des Lauriers in Bo dbri attend '
... :n o .Go. v-
d DI e toftm es he Dlo ina j s and --
renA.,'Mn Abel Laeroix Mdied here ririday after- SECTACLE --
Soni. ater a lg.illnes t5-'Lwas tour ye arsFnance Fridau' .'8Tor. Sa yy'
,?in .r.'iA -
e- *eve .-l- .4S

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H OV AW Y .ROME --M.astern B--et Mode.ne
ISRAEL SORS-

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.. GREAT 'ILGI 'MAG6E

(C.gntinued from page .. r ai Visit cime
.dMy of the celebration. "July 16: year to celebrate he ier
'the _village i situated .'iear "a sairy and pray A_.eo+V: c
t.".'beautiful waterfall and this is',coF*ing t?- ttee:.'e 6
":also. called Saul d'Eau. The t(st- Ack, the pooro hIesbeib d
:itiies while having similarities ..b miracles. EVber 1 1 i.
withh other patron "saints' day va1la~ieI",'? "tei.
have one particularity: thjs city 6innumitra'le noei.'sr
'according to the. legend -was bless' art. But tbhe cathlic: CB
-sed by an apparition of the VI doe" ot ogn i
gin Mont Carmel-on a big MA- ed .miracles:, Neverieless, V
..io po tree near the waterfall. onheur is "onsdered as the
Since then; around 250,000 pllg- Lourdes of l d. .-

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BOY SCOUTS LEARN 0ABOU. -
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Cow Milking Boy Scouts of several of tbeJe id
Capital have been following practical course .i
miens prior to summer camping p.tij.s 'ot':' t
they hope to pass on their newly--q"ure-' :.
ant farmers, ...
Troops of Capois La Mor; Cthrit i, St.,Jaw
., Gonzague and St. Georges airet taught tlW
farming and community living ad 'the problem
lopment by Agronomist Lucie-n Cantavy eonce
rault Maignan, economist WIly Bsre -the.
Claude Lespinasse and -',.Rttl.rlM..ind-
In October the Scouts. coi,
au Prince such as Petife Paee.." ;-St'
Boyer to do some in.t

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SDUVALIER-VILL
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(Continued from- page 1) Confiriitee ir
The President has given the blic Works'li
green light to turn Duvafier-'Vil- que Dput
l-e -into a model town. ne, JearirJn
:..A committee for the construe- tus (Ma)yor
-"tion of the Duvalier-Ville piot- yilfort Beau- "
project composed of Govern- ban Fobcharff
.. ment officials and leading Port 're-Louis, Loci
Sa Prince businessmen Mnet with ard Theard, .
F., the President at the National Madsefi, ,Prie
.- Palace Thursday' morning. and Nassim







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intrested in a local cus4t thls
is -.a unusual aind v -ry pterest-
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just. a piqfe-niquieday.- tripfac
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light,.t he fountiairi .overlobk-
ng -the Plalmn di Cilar Sac'a.
fat as the ponihira an border
you cab see fhieJ.ac A. e-(lt-
ed Lak-e)and --Io Oaille, a .large.
pond ell known. 't hunters
for: tl region' fisll or gan
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