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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00167

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SPOIRT-AU-PRINCE, HAItI -- Avenue: Marie-Jeanne. -
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- NaoaC Mission Chief's daau Weds
S-:Car,Qffeil At'S Trty


On Saturday, July 15, Holy
Trinity. Episcopal Cathedral was
the scene of the marriage of
Pamela Gordoii Heini to Mr.
John Robinson-. Burdick;- -son" of
Mr and Mrs Robert Burdick of
Mill Nick, Long. Island. The
bride is the daughter of.Colonel
Robert D. Heinl, Jr. Chief of
the U:S iNaval Mission -to Haiti
and Mrs-Heinl. -
The .m 'ii t'tReerend C. A.
Voegdli, Bh of ifi pe-for-
'med eh -'. 6mony -assisti" by
tthe YE Rejr'ene d Rioger besir;
1dea ?o- *;ti''CVhd I U."'Mjisc


from the Cathedral's now- organ
was heard for the first time.
The- bride wore a gown of
white peau de sole with a lace
bodice and appliques of lace on
the cathedral train. Her illusion
veil was attached to a 'pearl
headpiece and she carried a
bouquet of white tropical flow-


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QUITE DUMABSAIS~lSTIME' Phone 2061 Vol XIV SUNDAY


Koreans


Count On-


Haiti In U.N.

Former Gen. Commander
Of Korean Army Calls

Haiti will support South Korea
in. the United Nations as in the
past add will seriously consider
the _exchange of Diplomatic re-
lations with Aat Far Eastern
country a spokesman for a Kor-
ean goodwill mission cited.as the
high points of a meeting of the
mission with Foreign Minister
Rene Chalmers here Monday.
The five member South- Kor-
ean Mission headed by Korea's
Ambassador to the U.S. II Kwon
Chung left Tuesday after a 3-day
visit for Brazil the second stop
on their sixteen country tour.
SFollowing their Monday meet-
ing..with Minister Chalmers the
Koreans laid a wreath at the
4. J. Dessalines Moseleum.


ers. Ambassador Chung, a former
general who once commanded
Miss Natalie-Hubbard of Wa- the Republic of'Korea Army du-
shihgton, Conn. was the maid of ring the Korean hostilities. -com-
honor and the bridesmaids were trienting on the ouster of former
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Hollywood

Sisterin Lai

HAITI FIRST ST(


A group from Florida will
make Port.au Prince their first
stbp on a seven-day, eight-coun-
try South and Central American
trip Wednesday to try to erase
the image of the "Ugly Ameri-
can."
The group composed of Holly-
wood city (Florida) officials,
businessmen and civic -leaders
will be invited to meet with Pre-
sident Dr Francois Duvalier at
the National Palace and will be
taken on a tour of the City by
Mayor Jean Deeb. Arthur Bon-
homme and Tourist Minister
Victor Nevers Constant. They
will visit Congress while in ses-
sion.
The other purpose of the
juant, according to a report pit-
blished- in the Fort Lauderdale
News, is to try to find a sister
city for Hollywood in the recent-
ly instituted U.S. "People-to-
People program.
"We feel that by establishing
contact with a sister city whose
problems are similar to ours we
can spread more goodwill than
many of the. State Department-
sanctioned_ visits do,;' said Holly-
wood C.ity ,Comisi.oner Mayn-


..& -i .. .. V orrgest
ttairce Marchandes fotel-- ld's
Chiefs Sees Haiti CheMot Cl
The -ew .domb ander of United
States Forces in the Caribbean .
enjoyed a foit day official visit As part of its efforts to im- Night's Lbdgino For 2 U.S. Cents
to Haiti this past week and re- prove the process of food dis-
viewed Haiti's Armed Forces tribution and the lot of the nar- nightly lodgings, protection, and ward, hundreds of resel
and met socially,.with its offi- changes in the metropolis, the even entertainment; In the old principally those too poor to
cers. Commune of Port. au Prince has warehouse of the-Regie du Ta- space in the scores of pri
Lt. -General Andrew O'Meara created a remarkable rinstitu- aic on Gare--du Nord, conven- depots down-town, enter the
who' now heads IU.S. Forces..in tidn-a dormitory where over a iently near the great markets re du Nqrd Dormitory to si
S(Continued, o .page 16) thousand "itinerabt sellers ind of CGroix des Bossales and Val- to cook their meals, to look


Dep tty -atnbronne Speaking At DuvalierviUle'


lieres, "the poorest stratum -or
o-t f-town revendenses can now


lers,
rent
vate
Ga-
eep,
:af-


ter their children, and to pre-


Here are some articles of the
new law:
.Art. 1-From the promulga--
tion of the present law, the act-
ual net rent of any building fur-
nished or not, apartments, rent--.
ed- rooms 4-iote -teFswaaB g- -i-: .- -
ses, shops and generally all
buildings affected to residence,
commerce or industry, is redu-
ced as follow:
a) building rented before the
promulgation of the Decree of
January 26th 1959, which has
same tenant: 5 per cent;
b) those rented after the above
Decree: 25 per cent.

Art. 2-If the owner refuses
to receive the amount of the
rent on this last basis, the ten-
ant within ,15 days will make a
deposit at "Caisse des. Depots
at aconsinationn" of GEnnril Adl


Dedication sleep safely for what is proba- (Continued on page (Continued on page. IS
S .bly the cheapest "hotel rate" in --
Sh' e world--two U.S, cents pei
night, .
The Gare du Nord Depot has
been. functioning for over a year
now, and its walls shelter those
SHaitian women -whose activities
form one of the mdst typical as-
Siects of Haitian life, the local
market system. Every night
S.''" from about seven o'clock .on-
--k
President Speaks'.
At Duvalier-Ville

.ere is the fhtext of .Presi-
defit Duvalier's addires deliver-
i:ed sit the official cornerstone
Slaying of the Dunyalerville mpdel
towi'n ;-forminerly Cibaret..
"Qn the way to open M r, pre'
'.I-.\..-. .. ",.,side`ntial cganpaign in the Arti-
bS. te '.ithe.terrible year o
Ytu Luelet CamIrrow6e, Deputy of DUVLeR-VIL te h a President -Duvalier recei'es Military Honors upon his arrival for
1957,nyou stoped MA here 06and
- g- Speaking at Sunday's ceremony. nued o e offi oal Duvalerville dedication ceremoonies....
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JULY 23rd, 1961 No. 36


SuntingFor

tin America

OP ON SEARCH

ard Abrams, spokesman for the
group. -
"We have to get to understand
these people in foreign countries :
and by the same token we.have .,'
to get them to know and under- -
stand us better." ;
Abrams said his group is not '
going to draw lots to come up
with just anyone as a sister city.
We feel this in an important
project. That is why we are -?
planning to visit several differ-
(Continued on page 12)



Rents Slashe
25 Per Centd



According to a law passed
this week by the Legislative
Chamber, rents will be reduced
25 er 'cent.


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S- Premier. John Chanig's gotfrn- the Junifa h iad e pe poo_ .m
SI visited La Clairiere the othermorning for the first time ;ahd met ,td the Jut~ip ob qd th u
jectives, : i an an -nterview, heje lost. 4ahm prit i nerChan;g '
1 f1l in.lave with it. The main house is-charming, there's ,a real cimd. hat -the Othn g over .e voyn e d a e
grape arbor facing the plunge pool, and.the view is lovely. Looks ment had :let the countr'd.cv ewh eg tii w oul -o
like this may become a popularfspot among locals .for, a plebaant. by.. not. laint n tt r tola s yaty t i S ihe
.- Sunday; pnd there's dancing Sunday nites Last Sunday a.m. tionary prlteit~SI A ,-J -. t,.e- against co mkSins
She driver of the car- with license 3030 didn't aive a' 50-1-e. ~en Backed _Bsiness roup ev
Re added tfiatthe re6 Z W
to make the pass he did. Maybe driving with, bbth hands would e add 'coatmi s~n AnCh9
T' help That 'Registered Rest Boom' sign at the TeXaco station of supt otin, busines s. rsf cAen i e
Sat the Martissant end of Truman Blvd. looks like any old station in conflict bith the national .evl ignri f ss a
-in the U.S. There's a rumor round about, that as its cohtribu- fare.' Hee sild Jthe T unta:nk saidiatd
fion to foreign aid in Latin American, the Canadian Goveanrmtent correct -'ts situation b' atr -oo- Aie-
ng, a healthy -econolp c' linmate XV -- I e o" .. Ti" 6li'" "
..will avanc two million snmacelers to Haiti for financing the con- for.Kea. ,ec m
for' Korea. .~ Ney Sou I o ani' ton, Snu Ca
S.-struction of a paved road to Jaemel Note in passing: Ed. Mair- Hoev Arbassdor Chin wer e sons -....ceiso
Ho~wever, Aihbasstlot' Cing w .e l .f .-; "- o"9 t
ger speaks fluent German The old standby, paregoric (it ctht's categorically stated that .here -h P &an 6 nes ie itH ertA
how you spell it) is still the best remedy for la ouristas Love oud be no reduction in -he said el B it-LUe .of. i
that'late of how St Mare got its name. Seems one dawn a large 600,000RO'"R army: Be-for -he cenS gibut.'-. If .t"rnd,,a.id iCp. '-a C -i I
casket came floating ashore there, containing a statue of St.-Marc. was ousted, Premier C hang had newsphpH to. in.. les Wlliaiiisa
b ther, ,. .acceded to U .S pressure to- rem: -.Ie ..-_y'c ,- ..'. e ..t.e.,.' ,P-l
It was sent up to Cap to be installed there, buf the morning fol- d ced zU. p-sizo ressf e' : Thh e Pa' ent-.. 'sei thiee al .u f1. .d$NvI
-d.e .h.."size of ie army ontelh in the eufi'tipoa-l -"iem' ,sior. tlo iingti., lt A. ': ;
lowing its arrival in Cap, back it floated ashore at what is now grounds that Korea cold hot stands Followin." t c" '
St. Mare. The workmen who' took it up North hadn't-even had support such a huge--miti'tary i iwad Ie l large adgay T"e
time to return. And, what was that town called before it bowed .establishfrient. .The M.sadB'retused't held in the gardens bf
to destiny and became St. Mare? -, Where, oh where are the About the replacement-of Jun commJ d '- ofl the-p :eviogs iefa 'aS i Hodtel:-It .'L
.Talamas Boys? There seem to be awful lot of single girl tourists ta leader Gen. Chang Do Yung of the'. oo- will" sioq -, meibs ',of
buzzing aroud. The Cuban Beatnik is ring his pla th Gen Pak Chung n as ree ng Hithe an 'as .- ecetld to Sel ~tiby Colfsie :E itan..Q6v
buzzing around. The Cuban Beatnik is airing his plalis for the bassador said tlis ha -ccu id, Jnta. the ..filitar Se viced
-assador said -this Junta:.
because questions -_ had" heen -Asserting that derblocratw .vgoV,. hnd ohprft inSom nt.me~ib
July 26th celebration. He's going to make his capital pretty forbecause questions -h" been Asserting that democrati..gov- and othe6 Yir .
red eyes Galere Brochette is readying a new'show, to include raised about Gen. Chang's abilt- ernment would '-oiie dcl bh':re- the Port.-'ana Pnce c&~c
works by Mrs Lazard, who is selling like hotcakes Dan Allen ty and associations. .- established" by .t un a.- i e After August first,
and Redalen took themselves a little-boat ride on Saturday morn- 'Ambassador Chung. noted that ambassador refused -t6, ay 'just. 1iis.Brrdicl'nill resid
mg Getting a typewriter fixed in town is a double hazard; it the Korean students .whio we0 when this .wtbl:tilce piac: C. bia.. lhe i ie
actve- in .diving Presidei Rhee OtherK Koreans in t he Misslon' in charge 5- QARE i
the repair is good, the jouncing the' machine gets going-back and from -power had .nowv become arwe, Ryun Sup Slhm :of tlhe D6ng or that':reaJ
forth in a car or truck, knocks all the tensions out of gear Aubie
Jolicoeur has been last man at the gaming fables for a couple .
of nights A local resident recently sent her maid to the'doctor:
He suspected she had T.B. and X-rayed her, but when asked lor '- :.-_
the picture he mentioned that the X-Ray machine.wasn't -working. -
Aslked why he had taken the picture if the machine "was riot work-
ing. he replied. "Oh. we take the picture anywho."' HIf must
I'ave what they call X-Ray eyes I can't wait to g6 t: the digs.
Hope they finish that track soon. By the Way, bo.~ing.y-as once
a popular sport in Haiti. Wonder why it isn't revised?
RAY MAJOR

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In naiti -I'ls W eek
A stu'.ig rea head model. oval. President of arrival pr ,'
actress Filture Fulton d'Adeskq oval. -Pries'idnt .of CARiNtv'A
is in i'%wn: Future who is ;n pi-- SPRAYING Co. Inc. (IndustuaI
cess of getting divorced with hus- Finishers .from New York. H-I
band Pierre d Adesky of Kyona len is a fabulous dancer. tie has
Beach is visitingg her 4 year old the graceful hip movements of
son Lucky Pierre (Ti-ZwSng). a Haitian girl... '-
Sle is. the tivehest meringue. .*Bill D. Holdeira youhg Ame.
"dancer in town. rican Lawyer 'from Sao Paole
""Mrs Muriel Shindler of the popped here last weekend with
Hotel El Rancho greeted last his Brazilian wife Valerie. They
week her good friends Mr Ar- were en'route to St Petersburg,
thur Kaplan, an Executive from Fla...
New York City and charming **"Mrs. Rose Marie (Tdni) Han-
wife Ruth... cock Mclfwain .and- iiss Daiaa
.'-Salesman Harvey David Zaff Frailces *Adams Roberts. are
from Boston and lovely Ellen here for a 3-~ay soj-orn at the
Sue arrive today on their' third Hotel El Rancho. Toni is a Sec-
trip here. They just love Haiti... retfiry for Quality Records in
"**"Ravissante" Miss Elizabeth Toronto and Diana works for the
Ellen Miller a textile- designer Name companyy as bookkeeper...
for-J. B. Stevens Fabrics in New tflMrs Ha'riiet iiurin, wife -of
York City arrive today, B esy the International- Manager for
is a talented painter. She is the American Biltriteg'Rubber
guest at the El. Rancho... Co of Boston, Mr Edward Filiu-
.*"Miss Patricia M. Hinde Jack, rin, displayed charm aid eleg-
of Atlas Travel Service in Hous- ance in~,howing at the tight of
Stone Texas is current guest herd. Loveliness of the.El ancho, the
She came to experience the lovely, dresses she bought from
beautiful things she was told -Simone Sassine...
about Haiti, .she said... ."*Mrs -O'Meara, wife' i' the
""*Blonde Helen Conoval disco- General in Chief of the U.S. Fdr-
ver'ed the charms of Haiti danc- ces in the Caribbean, and her
Sing a meringue at the El Rancho daughter, Louisa. were.delighted
- with her husband, Mr Sam Con- (Continued on page. 1)


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.".(Continu'ed from page 1) hearts, all, you peasants from
Vouorderd iMe- to& Victor -vitli Boucassin Cabaret,. Ends Mom-
your enthusiastic eearstnes in. Prince, Labaudry, and all
aw i n your yev, Hope and those from the farthest regions.
youri .:buriirig: faith iri Me, I saw I know that a peasarit's heart is
ot'rrp'm will to, bring Me to never forgetful, whether of kind-
rPower even if. it ad tid be'by nes.- or meanness. Wherefrom
h bloody revolution. Four years this golden rule of our country
ago, "yburi over'-helming shouts and of our tace: "HAITI. AND
of "DTUVALIER, CABARET IS THE HAITIANS-4NOW_ HOW TO
YOURS"' which are 'repeated REMEMBER"...
and renewed' today, made Me
undeistand..the extent of your, Valiant and faithful Friends
e ies ir e. for "BETTERMENT" of Cabaret, -you have decided
.which .1 symbolized-for--you. Be- that Cabaret will be named trom
lieve Me, My dear Friends of ow on D I EIR-VILLE.
Cabaret. I-am telling you, only Because you remember the
today, in .answering with all r e c e p t s of your Ancestors ,
V"-"4 founders of civibzation, the char-
faithful' heart your invitation to under of civilization, e char-
lay .the foundation stone of the acter of a race as wll as the
new town you have dedided.-to value of this civilization itself
build,_I am telling you on this are equally inscribed .in stone,
; oc bcasion: .YOUR FLAME TO as proven by the Pyi'amids and
ACT. AND FIGHT in 1957 has the Citadelle, the Acropolis and
Pre -e Du..a. r saki- g af .n. h been the leaven- of My will to *Sans-Souci, the Parthenon and
-win the presidential fight in the Bicentenaire. Because today,
S1957. instead pf your hut in dispersed
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I have kept this memory un-
tairnlihed-to remind you of it
only today, when, once more,
proving your unalterable faith,
you have decided, to name your
Coniinune DUVALIER.
This behavior, this thoaghr, is
not so. much an honor to Me
-personally, as it is an honor to
the. political and _social action
created by the dynamic of the
revolutionary doctrine I preach-
ed some 30..years ag6, as did
My followers.
. 'Being a humble Country _Doc-
.tor, I. know I am .close to your.


-BUILDING
HOME- DECORAITINC
MODnn.RT ST T


have intimated, those who do nift'
like you but whom we sdall n..,
er hate?.:;. Oh;'N6! Not My'cour-
ageous and faithful. Friends of'
Cabaret, I greet and encourage
your decision. Your decision is
Light and Example... Now Dn-'u'
valier-Ville is more a fact than'
a concept. I meet you 16 ennoble' ,.
-the fact.
You have chosen a goal that i-'i
beyond destruction. It- is worthy
of your dreams, it is worthy of-r
your aspirations.

Love of beauty and need. of,'
betterment, these should be the.
psychological incentives, or the
conscious sources of your der~ci:
sion to.build a town. I wish for-;:
you and for the entire country-
that it will be a model of. sin--
plieity which never excludes ei-..-
other greatness or beauty. May'-I
it be a --mixture of measure anda
reason, those two genii that pre-,y"
failed when the Acropolis was,:
being builf, when all the creat-
ions of which a world, or aTace,


villages and hamlets, you want a generation, or a man, under-.'
to build, according to the scale stood- the steel which penetrat-a
of economic and social values, ed their will to be and-to sur-::
a. town that will be your dreams vive themselves.
come true, which remained un-
altered in spite of centuries of Beyond technical researches-g
privations, frustration and refu- that are multiplying themselves,...
sales; because you have decided at will to redefine human deve-.
to build it well planned, pretty, lopment, you have yourselves ..
and clean according to -your taken from the doctrinal content'.
ideals and your just desires, fa- .of your Duvalierist revolution, '
cing t he hu man civilization the ethics and the forces sus- "
which is growing every day 'and ceptible to mobilize all will, all '
being built in the crucible of energies and all altruism to the'
pain and death; How could I service df a social solidarity and
betray.. Myself by showing a ne- security-to fix in the stone of
gative attitude toward'your choi- the new town. Only one among.
ce as certain people around Me (Continued on page 16)


MATERIAL, PAINTS, HARD
3, ETC. CALL FIRST AT HAITI'S MOST .
CORE M -& S RIU. AMERICATNE


W.ks kiniserino ul M eerue
--. speaking -at Cabaret. -

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-on Rue" Amnericamie and see what improvement you can make to yaur homer M
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,'accessories M has the tools required by any Do-it-yourself hobbiest.
..,. It is a requisite for- a house owner or anyone living in a .hose to &My g.

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:: Des and...' S m.deon.nmieost Tevolutilonary store of.its kint iilth[e C ribbe.an, M & S Ihas e'nveilehti
au '. idieio i. -:z kun a24 :.hpu ?.-": ial..1 ldng aid a beautiful 'displayroonmrwith all items clarity price tagged.. *
'e "ii pto h it ee' side .te _fiest-assortment of' building materials, paints, hardware and housebiij
--. .- rnAj t< .- a.cssories M & S has the tools reqqire+d .by any Do-it-yoursef hobbiest.
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Aid Fof evelo et

DR" REINARDT ending out capital. : More than to, complete the already ls ig .
'In The "Ubersee Rundselhau" financial aid, however, .the dev- parts ppl the 6 v 1aid a- a er6 ie .4
Overseas Review May 19. eloping counties need personal to the develoiing ountiesB
:: (Reprinted with special Cable contact with-the people of indus dint of "pe'laIy i:re 'e-fiwn
permission from Bonn) trialized rations; to, men who ciang,' the Fedral Gov rnitein t
--- __ are no longer their colborlial.mas- hopes to createa, hatmspbe
'|' It is not too much to say that ters blt partners wiliig to :co- of sound econQmie- id- sotiail r-
id to developing countries is operate in- Building up their in the recipient countries."
: the most important problem that countries t As Professor -Eibard,
.the- industrialized .nations have put it, "ldeveloprilent aid will be toih.entrafion OA'.
'to solve in the second half of successful only' it men are' found' Specific Prdojects
.the 20th century, and it is the' who are willing to carry thefin- .. -' -
Savowed intention of the Federal ancial aid on their backs to the The relative shbrtness oti funds
Republic to make a substantal developing countries". availablee for tpis purpose ;on: the :
c. contribution, even if- this means Development Aid is not New r one hand; and the Jmmense dE-
k.';a _heavy financial burden.. Fur- When the development aid inands-of' the developing'' ,o-1-.'
:thermore, the aid programme programme was conceived, the tries 'on the.- thief, necessitates '
--has to be started immediately Federal Republic was -not facing the -:concentratiot o log tern
'if today's younger generation of an altogether nea o problems. In financial aid on sspectiHfici f.i
Developing countries is to en- the past she has contributed not To be~ elegble. for .lngi'eitr fit
Sjoy a better standard of living only in the field of private cap- ancing,- .te proposed -.ro-ict
Than did their predecessors. ital investment but also through must' meet the following require,
The Federal Government has technical aid; guarantees, and ments:
therefore worked out overall economic policy to a-degree that It has to contribute to.t~h. eco- *
concepts and principles for bi- need-fear no comparison win nomic .growth of. the- reoipietit
lateral arrangements to promote the contribution's of other na- country,,and it has to rankih.Wik
economically sound and thus.po- tions. a a certain pority aiitong. the .
litically stable systems in the Long-Term Aid.Complete~ -"most impdnrtanf"denian d'f ;ti~
emergent countries. Original Programme country; Itf as: to-slio-T.* tu- d
The original aid programme economic prospects. a product-7
Human Contacts more important is to be used as a basis for fut- ive enterprise is to '-be-cohnstr-u.-
Than Financial Aid ure expansion -to meet the. re- ed, sufficient precautions-'. hayi
tinder the competitive free en- quirements .bE the new conicpt. :to be taken to ensure .adequate
terprise system, a large share of It should be emphasized lhat the. managementt, i.;i the necessary ..
these tasks should be entrusted technical aid programme-wil be' 'staff 'of. executives- ad skilled
to private harids. A steady im- enlarged considerably;. In this labour to ensure successful pro-
provement in the investment cli- field there is" a unique chance 'duction,
mate. in the developing countries for 'strengthening human'- rela- ... -Credits, hot san
will be accompanied by an in- tions with the 'developing cnin Long:term.-financial aid -isuaf
creasing export of private capif- tries by means of .gants'-to .x- :y will be givedrn -rth.- frm if
al to these nations, so that pub- perts and skilled latiour oF atl' credits. -.Aparit froi:i.techm
I' lie funds should be directed pri- kinds and through a widespread aid, the Federal Governmeni: has
inarily to projects beyond the exchange programme.--'It is: a decided to prov ide.grants in-'ex
scope of private financing. great pleasure td note that these ceptibnal cases ronly,- arid-only
-It is in the nature of the mat- measures are r e c e i vn g the within thle ira'i work: o Wjnul
ter to talk primarily of money, whole-hearted support pof- private 'lateral eade~avdb The-mniin ea .;
Thereby almost creating the im- industry. son for this- decision- was. that
pression that development- aid The long-ternim financial- aid developing countries slo at-
consists of nothing else but recently introduct~.,.will have -nay, will-not--'bj.- .xre r5.r4.,
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S,. .HAITI'S rJOST -BRAINS

At. tils time of, the yer' the attention of hundreds
ft Udliersity undergjaduites-is foeussed on their Bac-
ilaureate examinations. And behind d'_ the effort to
qualify is also the disturbing thought: After qualifica-
tion what? c
For -"ears Haiti 'has been unable to provide jobs not
only or the number of children leaving school, but for
graduates from her University. Young .people who
have devoted years to..study and :for whom--many par-
ents-hae- made. great sacrifices so that their children
may have an opportunity in life, find that after all no,.
opportunity exists.
It. is a tragic Situation at a time -when there is so
much needed to be done in making Haiti the country
t can be, that.her-best brains are annually -creamed
off .by foreign countries- because of lack of .opportun-
itie at.lh'me. .
Let.f-'M&j tbe...blamed for this steady exodus j as
so ma6'i linied4 to .do Let not our. young men and
wVomwloe accused o.l Jcgof the patriotic. spirit or the
attitude i b~,ded~itroi. Thie are thousands of dedicat-
ed Haitians ghu3us .:serve their country- and place
at itsdiis o tle skilIthey acquired in long years' of
studx3i ehort; These.-are thousands of-young Haiti-
ans. -eeiWdednicalfot has been frustrated by the
she Nni t each for a, job that is not

| TI uxr.-E~ olHaitian doctors of medicine, kngin-
ers i.aidother te.hnicially tra'inmp -persons. serving iir
i Soth America is: 'fa from -ginegligible; for
uo -fi h.sulas .Haiti.,t isauthoritativel stited-thatt
dr& than a tiwo hundred ilaatian 'do ors ale practising
|in tii Uited States alone nt to'iientio the large
coingent of- aitian professionals servingin. the Con-
o '"trodla'-The nfimibr of -1nit anm ,whob oia, +n'-mala


Haiti Again Plagued.By Inadequate
PlaneS service
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Lack'of..seats, improper sche-
duling and' Haiti's having the
highest transportation cost of all
the ,Caribbeafn islands, is again
gnawing into. tourism..

The near-bankrupt tourist .in-
dustry once again opened this
summer season with all indica-
tions that it would be a good
one, only to have it spoiled by
the impossibility of getting--re-
servations on the direct jet
flight or 'hursdays and Sun-
days, and the omissibn, as pro-
mised, of an. early-in-the-week
flight from New York to Ciudad
Trujillo. On each flight between
'20 and 25 passengers are unable
to get seats on the connecting
plane from Ciudad to Pbrt ai
Pnnce. Many time passengers
are compelled to stay overnight
in Ciudad tin PAA's owrf hotel,
and thereby Haitian hotels are
losing the revenue from reser-
vations made for the lost day.
Travel agents report constant
inability to secure confirmed air
reservations to Haiti. Man ptro-
spective tourists wanting to
leave by jet the early part of
the week, find no plane schedul-
ed, and therefore find it expe-
dient to omit Haiti as an island
to visit.


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etc.


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The little island of Tahiti, for
instance, -had only 200 rooms and
couldn't fill them while only one
air line serviced the island. Now,
since the completion a few
months ago of a 3 million dollar
jet field, Tahiti is serviced by
five major airlines and 1,000
rooms are being rushed to com-
pletion to take care of the tour-
ist boom created by airline com-
petition. Tahiti's economy is also
booming.-
Haiti's 500 rooms are more


than half- empty during the'
height of the season, and 75 per
'cent empty the rest of the year.
The tourist shops report the
worst business ever; taxi. and
trades people feel the pinch of
the bad tourist years; even-
the beggars, who-plague our vi-
sitors, are begging for more
tourists.


We cannot live on false pro-
mises. One of the most expens-
ive things in Haiti's economy is
an empty hotel room. We must
act, and act quickly, or our fate
in the tourist world is doomed.
Every, true Haitian, and every
friend of Haiti, must do his part
to help build the new airport.
Where is the Kennedy Latin
American aid? Is it goidL to
come too late? Again?


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Hotels report more than 30 petr 0
cent of cancellations of reserva- *
tions made;- a survey hnade of j g ranibuie LIQUEUR
hotels indicates passengers are
unable to get proper connecting,
isla reservations on -planes INDISPENSABLE FOR
and therefore cancel the Haitian -
portion of their itineraries. -The [HE ENJOYABLE PARTY
publicity on the-threatened strike
of flight engineers on July 19th -AND
alC rn nnnl*iicf fr irtch n.


aV wAEALW E *E iafu .ulu x t U i l V L U Ol'"U L.LU lJ I .l, .IU LI l- 0,11 -W
a living .lsewhere than Haiti because of lack of .oppor- collations. AGENTES FESTIVITIES
tuniifes attracted our attention. The- simple field of UNICOS
earth .f ertilzition 'and itfructural -wood' preservation Haiti's economy is toim- Th onlysweet LIQUEUR made in Scotland on
houi~de .alto attractA-I.great.number of students prqve, tourism-will play a very m i a
should Be aile to atts great mberf stbig part in the recovery. We the basis or the finest pure old SCOTCH WHISKY.
to chemistry if funds for jobs were availabe... the eter- must, without further delay, Indispensable for festivities and for every occa-
al problem.- build the new jet airfield and sion. 'I
Many of these professional men would welcome an invite competitive airlines. to EXCLUSIVE AGENTS:
pportunitof serving their homeland; especially those gve us more space, better -
vho ha~tedone post-graduate work abioid. The pr- schedules, and air rates which L. PREETZ AN-AGGERHOLM & CO
blem. is that which sooner or later faces evdey nder- complete favorably th
developed country its economy is not expanding at w-
the same rate as its production of trained personnel. -
The answer then is to expand the.-economy of' the 1 R
country with the greatest possible speed. In this every- .. -
one in- Haiti has a part to play. Upon the way they
play that part will depend the speed with which the HAITI'S LARGEST FREE PORT PRICE SHOPS
country can stop .the exodus and even bring some--of -
its best brains back home from foreign sbil. ) THE CORNER SHOP RUE BONNE FOL

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S- FICKLE TOURISM AND BUY. HAITIAN HANDICRAFTS

T.i fickle finger of.tourism is pointed our way again. STRAIGHT FROM THE FACTORY
The hotels are bulging and -the beaches are lined with -
tourigts gallantly ,thrashing the incoming waves. A nice ON THE RUE DU QUAI -
dhaiigis from the slump that hit the.hotels recently be-
qauaof the Cuban invasion. It could mean two things: (M, EXPE. AND DINERS CLUB ACCEPTED)
Sitheri ir visitors from the North are not concerned
)versCuba now, or their knowledge of geography has SdVE UP TO 60 Per Cent ON IMPORTS
improved. SHOPS, AND MAHOGANY FACTORY
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' week as .the landmark of a
S:series of cooperative societies now
i forming at various places in
I_..the Country.
Only the President's closest
Friends knew how terribly dis-
['. heartened he had been over the
t. treatment inflicted to' his belnm'-
ed peasantry of the Artibonite
alley. They knew it so well
That Mr Roger K. Cantave, the
actual Director Administrator
of the COganisme de Develope-
ment de la Vallee de I'Artibonite,
in accord with the Board of Di-
rectors of the ODVA and thO De-
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for that region. He fights hardest,
argues irost to obtain -wh-t _he
wants in order to carry out the
desiderata of the. Big Boss, as
outlned in his Government's
program.
In connection with the above,
the first of a series of cooperat-
ive societies, as disclosed in the
above-mentioned prokram.- was
inaugurated last week at Gran--
de-Desdunes. '
This: society, ...which will ,be
considered as the "pilot-groap "
titled itself "LES PAYSANS
UNIS DE DESDUNES";. -TIe
-United Peasants of. Desdunes'
multiple goals consisF 1) in cul-
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Communication presented at the VIIth Session- at. COINS (Mexico"'City, MeNgco, -'u v:'lo, s te-puihtibS,'o.-lpb Aitt
November 28 December .10, 1960) e : S":"o c. -ary ui, s
...a g. a dnd general Census.t
by Joseph V. PIERRE-LOUIS a. Items of data :. nr- .on Industriai .-Satistics "grphy ad u. ..edcabon' : t the C, su
'Directeur General de l'Institut b. Concepts and definitions held at' Santiago de Chili from andjustice. --". i 1ar960. Therefree' asAl
Haitien de Statistique -c. Tabulation Program. 'the 10th 'to the 28the of October -.The H.a i a n leegatio is alea. ken dispositions ;f
S 4-Linking current industrial sta- 1960, stressed..the importance of therefoe happyp .to review 'ith ts respect :
tisties to industrial censuses investigations in the industial the. technicians of our- contirent .
AGENDA FOR THE ESSION 5-Oter matters. production field. The' different the problems and elements of so o ,-- tte- .. --i
themes were earnestly discussed, lution ..permitting.- work- for. the.- e e fr
Objectives: To approve .recom- INTRODUCTION min order to reach the adoption progress of -the.peoples o-Anie-, .. ,-.com i e .for. te e ..-C us':", .
mendations for the ecorfomic The United Nations Statistics- of a terminology and .methods rica. .a. ith as een..Tmr.ne4 "an,
censuses to be taken under the Commission examined, .dtjriiig which take into. adeount the ac- .Haiti .has interest ,in estab- erats- o hav. en- '
Program of the 1960 Census of its eighth and ninth -sessiohs, tual conditions of the. countries fishing -ommui iiction w.tlia created Aer g ate
America; to discuss the bases statistical series that could: help .in our hemisphere. the distinguished representatives a') e'-- s .cob e ,-r
', for linking current industrial sta- sparsely industrialized countries The present COINS confei-ence of- those countriess -which have- .nmograp-
I ', -, -". b iO6e ub-,corim tt,-i for hdii-
tistics to industrial censuses. in determining their needs and in which we participate consti- so.-many points. in .ommon. b) On. e .1utt for hou
elaborating social and economic tutes, next to the Santiago Se- Undoubtedly, uistorcal cond sing
1-General matters: development p r g r a m s. The ninal r,a further' milestone.. Thme tions have.. resulted 'in certain cOneJ -- su -com i tteO fr-
Commission d e c i-d e d that it Haitian Delegation would like..to differences, yet, there., xistsc da .l e
a. Report of the Secretariat of would be n -i y q o a OeSuboindgirtt ee for -
a. Report of the Secretariat of would be necessary-to possess obtain the-maximum profit out of common background fto L-al-lh-" e'r mt. o ,.. .-
IASI on the development of the an integrated list of primary this conference, .for Haiti up to countries .:-inhabiting tre ..rsaire b ..
-Program of the 1960 Census of statistics series in support of the present tirfe, has not achiev- Continent. .. Oe' e sub-committge or car-. -
America. the development programs, to ed, properly speaking,:an econo- Our present .objective- is' to tography- .
b. Report of the Coordinating appraise the results attained by mic census.--The efforts, of the, consider an industrialization f)'One sub canmtee Ear t
Board of COINS on the organiz- m e m b.e r-countries, submit n H-aitian Institute of .Statistics, a stage and' only the basic ecno- nation -
ation of the work of the Session. statement on the way of uiliz- centralized organism; have. "been mic statisius o g) One subcommittee for o-
c Report of the VIIth Session ing. the series referred to, while engaged in the publication .of the find'the real content or.ou tial cha"terlstics
of the Census Subcommittee of indicating the relations existing results of the 1950 census and its blems.. e r eco-
COINS. betwveep the said series. quarterly bulletins.. Once our Work: is- tennated coc chaiact ."
2-Industrial censuses (mining Economic census in general The bulletin publishes assur- and -we are back horne, we -shall. i) a i rn t t..fq
and manufacturing, construction. Commerce, industry and serv- edly incomplete current statis4tis be pleased -to put into practice fiil
electricity, ecl); ice) constitutes the surest way on climatology, means of -pro- the insights we shall' e garb o e- cn
a Items of data of gathering the "fundamental diction, -agriculture, energy, :in- ered from ..these,-. exhager of
b. Concepts and defirntions data, necessary, to the formula- land and foreign. trade, transport views among statisticians e.
c. tabulation Program don of economic development station and communications, pr-- p The. Hatiar Dele' ged is h .
.b ., .. -sn .H. ,i_- l .- !.. -.. ..... ,
3-Censuses of distribution (tga- plans. ces and trends, consumption, vey happy to ibnu the ,l lS
-de, services): The latest Inter-Arnerican Se- mutual funds, insurance, demo-- ig report add to prei to

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~ ..-- .--"-_ ?~ ,-~ --" '--.. .. :~ --. 'fries, ^3U )' T" disciss the concerts
S-. -"e ating .the n itter and. adipt
4 theii to -the conditions and. e:-
piependce'. of Hitian Life;. 4) :t
T- :.elaborafte- fhe partial ;questoIon-

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Ei* chdne of these sui~ commit-"
I tees .'~s- already Offeced what
Swa-s 'requested o-t.
S* ~:Te,.-su comi mittee for. Carto--
g jgr. alot being able to ac-.
.. o ".-s i 'mplish] Usci's tk within' the i-,
.,,o .lf office, .-it is. deemed-
-- ; .a^.-tion orade ttr.
... .. i, "re 6.- -'' o
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69 RULa m DU QUAI wadais 8i'm) -corfiines;'-
S, toi Uwns ,ah d:-boroughs Likewise,
AT T-hast, prepare sketeles of the-.
WHAT- TOI BU : supervisio-- distidts and also of
the ,di ffreh wfiie eration sect-
'". ... MB-Ab z.ones as'"ylll
SISAL BAGS snd BELTS .-- --:r ::. zones as wel

.FRENCH PERFUML5 ond LIQUORS .. e,- boatin ertime .. to
been. elaboratoi' t.x f"
diat t.He raligation of the
S. .WOOD CARVNGS MAHOGANY .' .artographyW .s .
"" Th, 'sub c~rO n ttee %or pbitb-
TO O H LLci* as:'elalorted a topagan
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h- an i aimedd at gcontacting.
thr6sigh I -means 6- coimaimu
S.STRAW 6005 PAINTIGS. cation. the "" ptet' paces in
,' g. '. enlistihg the. opiltion inri' op1
P erating in the general s ensu 'onb -
SHaiti-. -
,& r.. : Furthei- census o: .mm ees
-are providedd: -r the rovinces.
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radio t e1ifo Wit 4Re s' eircts otp1laiion, thho the different industries. were the 2Y)Sug
grais tpan and a b dedi bh a .t i ing 6conditit ani agriculture, following: ton
cate t ce.nsusiY.he :b, 1sub it Leee country care:ted- possess the -1) Production of fats and by-
coin ft.ee oial and -.eco. ddeap t is e fait Institute of statistics -
i .adef e created mSeptember .195i, Wth
ed m#item dncenig.. then 3) : rane' :econoe acU- Tlie appointment of personnel on
and'ie r ~l the -.bli .vit.es .- Novemi er: 1951, -different 'sect-
derittv o4S r'dt!rmu ,:btLo ions. were established. We shall
Ths "-ed b hS: v-.-:- e .ort! b .uing ; ow..(eal'. especially *with the :::
T omnitteeor tabula s-elatino lgi Commerce, and dustry section,- '
tioIjk elarae tbeaas flloW arbd i" vh ich ae evolving all
fron e e- ith partial g uestip di a s the. technical activities which .
enair e -gl f i: ': ,umber fstoes of -the will iad to the forthcoming eco-
lcso;pdil'd fbri the general en. blrniing :. nomiccensus of Haiti, and which
su 6 lff.i ., .. r- ` material usd E f the roof Inteest. the. actual -4OINS' Con- l
,s .' ;.. ... ". r, -, > the d'O' f
Th-su&.,Coiitcfmifee ofqlestion -.4) Typ of llatrines eii.:- .e
-I-
naii t-ls lredy estab ish 5 lyd c ip atio n T..-Stading" of the .Id.ustial,
projdtd.e ri'e ra.l i '.Charaeteristiucsofthebuild C ia and Sevice Statis- -Cu ptures b
nai, e i ght. be t er .:g :" .. s .
.inUp ved -.ied ;,.d, '! 7).. N lBe o m. :)--DAB A SUPP;IED-, RAN OIS
n-ias to be covered byithe '-8) Type of ocupan -. :The Sectiu' of Commerce and DU PERRi ER.
Census '. c) Agriculture: Industry was charged to gather O
a) Population .The items relating to agricul- l_ -the diverse data in -several
The themes .profied fo, the ture' bear on: --p" public services and private 'est A .DiMANCHE
census of the pdopulation are the. 1) The right of .possession or ablishments in order to-present
olo. ... .- occupation: for -each. lotL In" titute. The data relating to
a) emogr.hi 'charactesics. '2) he ploitation means- for-
1) Name and first namnie eahe parcel .-
2) iSex total -.su ace.of the ex-
3) Age ploitatn .. -
4)ivlarifal stua The culfivated surface
; '- 'iith plie 5)'" 'TH liza fo of -the-and.
6)' Natiaty -. in 1960
7) t dity. i)- h different .sorts of l.vt
by- So'ia baracteristl '' stock .
1) Education -We. should nore hei .thatafter -a- f t".'
S2) HI1 .h'e classical studies its first census whiich .fitrishe
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S (Continued from page 9) the extraction of copper
3) Production and sale of cot- bauxite ore.
ton fabrics made in Haiti; d) FOOD INDUSTRY
4) Import and production of In the field of Industry
S cigars, cigarettes and tob- food, the section of Comme
S acco leaves; and Industry publishes regul
5) Distribution of gasoline and ly the number of live-stock i


kerosene, gas oil, oils and
other fuels;
6) Production and consumption
of electric energy; ,
7) Import of equipment;
8) Production of plastic arti-
cles made in Haiti;
9) Production of hosiery;
101 Production of aluminum at-
tides;
11) Production of cement;
12) Production of wheat flour:
b)-SOURCE OF DATA
It is important to point out
that these data are gathered
either from public organisms
like the Department of Commer-
ce and the Bureau of Contribu-
tions, or from the establishments
themselves, (the lard Factory,
the Haitian American Sugar Co.,
-HASCO-. the Regie du Ta-
bac, the Textile Company of
Haiti, the Electric Company).
Thanks to these organisms, the
Haitian Institute of Statistics pu-
blishes regularly in its bulletin
the data thus obtained.

c) MINING
Although Haiti is not a coun-
try where mineral extraction
constitutes an important source
of wealth, yet there do exist
foreign companies explo it i n g
bauxite and copper.-

The Haitian Institute of Sta-
tistics therefore gathers data on


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lar-
kill-


ed in Haiti by categories (goats,
lambs, pigs, oxen). These ser-
ies appear in all the publications
of the Institute, thanks to the
collaboration of the Administra-
tion of Contributions which sup-
plies the information.

However, we wonder whether
the data supplied by the admi-
nistration on the number of live-
stock killed is complete for, as
an organism for the collection
of taxes, it sometimes happen
that clandestine cattle- slaughter
may escape its attention, al-
though a fine is levied for this.

e) CONSTRUCTION
Building is the object of the
particular.attention of.the Haiti-
an Institute of Statistics. The
particulars are published year-
ly on the basis of building li-
censes delivered by the Depart-
ment of .Public WVorks for Port
au Prince and Petionville. These
statistics, however, are imper-
fect, as it is impossible to find
data relating to improvements
and reconstruction.
f) MEANS OF PRODUCTION
The quarterly bulletin which
is appearing for the 30th time
has published an item, "produc-
tion means", wherein are clas-
sified according to internation-
ally accepted recommendations,
raw materials, fuels and lubri-


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facients, capital and protection
properties, -consumption proper-
ties, according to the definitions
attached to these terms.
'The Bulletin also publishes
the production of electric ener-
gy by Departments; the Minis-
try of Public Works and two pii-
vate -enterprises report of the
production of electric energy in
the towns where the Haitian,
state possesses two power units;
but these data are isufficipet,
for they leave behind numerous
localities of the Republic which
also enjoy electric power but do
not appear in the tabulations.

g) TRADE
In the-commercial field, the
first statistics published in Haiti
referred to Exchanges abroad.
From 1916, the, Office of the Di-
rector General of Customs pre-
sented either in yearly reports
or in monthly bulletins. infor-
mation on the exports by port.
with details on their quality,
their, value, their country of ori-
gin. Thus, wg have in Haiti sig-
pificant tables on commerce and
its international aspect.

The Haitian Institute of Sta-
tistics also works -in the field
lof Commercial Statistics, using
the information from the Fiscal'
Department and,,the Administra-
tion Generale des Contributions
to publish on a quarterly-basis
data referring' to the :import" of
equipment articles, the sales of
cotton fabrics, the import of ci-
garettes, cigars or foreign tob-
acco, the quantity-and value of
Haitian exports and imports "
Although Haiti has never re-
alized-a commercial and indus-
trial census, it is important to
mention an investigation conduc-
ted in 1953, connected with the
determinaton of the number of
commercial and industrial esta-
blishments then existing at Poit
au Prince.

A first step was then made-
which consisted in subdividing
the town of Port au Prince into
foui blocks and giving a serial
number to each block. Next, in-
vestigators possessing the de-
sign of each block noted the
number of commercial and in-
dustrial establishments.
At the place where an esta-
blishment was situated, a-special
sign was put to designate the
nature of the enterprise.
After .the execution of the
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the 'counts were maiJe. An
e was. thus obtained in
ia to the number of con-
i each block and the
r.qconmmerctal and in-
e liblishments.

ugthis process, percent-
ere established to distin-
it essentially commer.
a industrial sections in
U"nce, the mixed quar-
d te residence quarters
iold be added that this
in .investigation was
-w.N.out the participation
i~it esled parties. The
ator had to find one by
s information indicated by
o only.

se,steps .had been taken
to' undertake an indus-
SAd commercial census in
iz- Prinee, when the inop-
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ter created-a non-cooperative si-
tuation on the part of the res-
prondents.
This industrial and commerci-
al census uas then made ii).
feasible, for the interested- per-
sons were presented from giv.:
ing the least cooperation for'
fear of any future taxation.

II-STUDIES ON INDUSTRIAL
AND COMMERCIAL STATIS-
TICS
Besides the industrial and conm-
mercial statistics appearing in
the different bulletins of the In-
stitute, the Statistics section has
published studies of an econo-
rmc character, the principal
ones of which are:
11 Transportation and comnmu
Snication in Haiti (Bulletin
No. 1 July 19511
21 Investigation on the produc-
tion and sales of sea salt
in Haiti (Bulletin No. 9
June 1953)


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3, Study on the inland trade tics uses the data on sea trans-
in Haiti (Bulletin No. 12, portarion from the Fiscal De-
195-1) apartment. Thanks to this service
4- Li\e-stock, fowl and hides the lists of incoming and out-
trade at Port au- Prince going vessels carrying on the
(Bulletin No. 18, Sept. '55). foreign or the coastal trade are
51 Second investigation on the transmitted to this section which
production and sales of sea maintains the count of the data.
salt in Haiti .Bulletin No. Thus, tia movement of ships.
24, March 19571. passengers and mecrhandise are
the object of transportation sta-
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Te luu lloing study snould(I
also be mentioned: Haitian me.
thod of estimates for tie CIF
value of an article determined
from 'its FOB value (Bulletin No.
22, Sept. 19561.
I-F-SERVICE
Statistics on transportation
Regarding services, the Haiti-
an Inst-rute of Statistics gathers
data relating more particularly
to the marine, railway and air
aspects.
This branch, as in all other
countries, plays an important
part in the Haitian economy.
Hovwe\er, the statistics on taqns-
portation were difficult to obl-
ain when it came to determine
the volume of merchandise tran-
sported from one point of the
country to another, or the num-
ber of passengers going from one
point to another..
a) MARRITIME TRANSPORTA-
TION
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the Haitian Institute of Statis-


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(Continued from page 1)
ent Central and South American
cities. Ostensibly, this will be
a goodwill visit, but we will ac-
tually be searching for a city
to adopt," Abrams said.
Each of the men who make
the trip will spend $500 of Iis
owfi money and in many cases,
the trip will take the place -f a
regular vacation.
Feel Strongly About Project
"A good many of us fee! very
strongly about this project," said


Abrams.
Itinerary of the trip will be
Port au Prince, Haiti-; Willem-
stad, Curacao, Barranquilla and
Santa Marta, Col.; Panama City,
Panama; Balboa, Canal Zone;
Managua and Matagalpa, Nica-
ragua; San Salvador, El Salva-
dor; IMerida, Mexcio and the
Yucatan Peninsula.
In Port au Prince the 'group
will meet the President -of the Re-
public of Haiti, Francois Duva.
lier. This was arranged by Ron-


IN HAITI THIS WEEK

(Continued wror page 2)


with the Haitian style of Simone
Sassine's Boutique. They. bought
four dresses...

"*Archie Spillet, Head of the
ESSO here, was warmly greet-
ed on Thursday by wife Gladys,
daughter Daphne Karen, and
son Kenneth. Archie back from
a four day visit in Florida...
'*Miss Shirley A\net, an Ex-
ecutary for Real Estate Firm in
New York is visiting this week
friend Miss Beverly Lenes, a
Secretary. Shirley held audien-
ces enraptured with her danc-
ing...

'-'Mrs Lynne Hunting, a medic-
al illustrator was back here on
her second \isit. She is staying
rwo weeks at the Ibo Lele...

S'Mrs Gladys Bogat Monnier
has been appointed this week
Vice-Consul of Haiti in Miami...
*'Young red-haired, Brazilian
lawyer Newton Martins Costa
from Sao Paolo- and his charm-
ing Neyde are currently honey-
mooning here. They got married
in Sao Paolo on July 8. They
are guests at the Gingerbread
Palace...

*'Teachers Rhoda Schwartz and
Audrey Bernstein from Brooklyn
and Sandra Jacqueline Grubmarr
and Natalie Klein from the
Bronx are currently visiting
-here...

. Jimmy McGuire is back here
again. Jimmy is on his third


El Rancho this week with Mr
Ben Lithman, a decorator and
furnisher of hotels and his wile
Esther, Mr Arthur Steinfeldt, a
merchant and his wife Doris,
and Mr Manuel Luck, President
of the Lucky Truck Sales Inc.
(Florida's largest) and his wife
Carolyn. Manuel is an old friend
of Murray Knobel. They enjoyed
every minute of their visit in
Haiti...
*"Lovelier than lovely Anne
Rudder arrived from Jamaica
Saturday in the company with
her mother, Mrs Eleanor Rud-
der. They are from Queens, N.Y.
Miss Anne Rudder is a textile
designer. She designs Woolen fa-
bric for one of the leading text-
ile companies in New York. This
"ravissante" blonde visitor is de-
lighted with Haiti...-

*-*Larry Donavan, of the Plan-
tation Dauphin was the "Cheva-
ler servant'" to Miss Kathy
O'Halloran and Eileen O'Connor.
two Secretaries from New York.
They were delighted with the
show given by the Michel De-
jean's Chorus, "ECHOS D'HAI-
TI" Friday night at the Ibo-
Lele...

-'Camille Livoti and Rosalind
A. Panno ltwo teachers from
Brooklyn stopped at the Villa
Creole this weekend...
""Captain Ivan Horn of the Na-
val Mission greeted Saturday
his fiancee Virginia Koenig front
Philadelphia. She is staying a


trip in 8 months. He is an exe- week here...
cutive in a Real Estate in New
York... '*'Contractor Arthur G. Woods
from Connecticut and Miss Elai-
"'"Fraulein" Ute Johanna Mos- ne B. Hotyckey are current
ter. from Stuttgart, Germany is guests at the Ibo-Lele...
visiting here this week in com-
pany with Mr Achi Sullo, an 'Mr Alex Spilberg, a business
American Sculptor from Boston executive from New York arriv-
and art professor... ed here Saturday in company
with Mrs Alma J. Suling and
An other "Fraulein" arrived her daughter Georgia, 1-...
*j here Saturday from Jamaica Sa-
Sturday, Dorit Evelin Elisabeth *"'Belle" and "petite" -blonde
S' Hinsen is her name. She is a Gloria Pruce from Baltimore in
Machine operator in Toronto visit here last weekend with .her
'-. where-she works for four years. husband Mr-.Irving Pruce, a
SShe is from East Germany... Pharmacist was entranced by
Haiti. She has learned the Haiti-
***French Engineer Roger Bac- and meringue and danced it
cot and his charming Martini- with the gracefulness of a nat-
quese wife Claire- are enjoying ive. This charming couple was
a' few day vacations in Port au taken about town and country
SPrince... I by Desland Metayer of the Sou-
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Ies, Hylly.ool public' rc- stitute iit and forget about it.or ens.to advance the cause uf- i-
man. start at it ard do our besti We ternational" friendship.
on all our other stops we mean to make it work" Making the .trip are": es
Meeting Just the man Leased Plane Is Used Bush; Abrams; Col. J. WWat
man on the street," gaid The -1,000 mile trip will be tak- son; Robert Anderson- Norman
S. en on a leased DC-3 plane. Johnson; Tom. Kerams; 'Wiifm
"That's the. way you have to FHunter; Elwiri Schott; Ray HIll;
ns said that once the de- work it," said Abrams: .Each Wilbur Hartzell; Henry Weedon;
on who will be Hlolly- member on the trip wilr pay John.. Goff; -Lee: Brunn; Calvin
sister city is made, many $250 fbr the -flight with another Smith; David Elsasser; -V. L.
will exchange visits, $250 expected to be spent in the Frantz .and -Judge Joseph Wal-
and -even learn each various communities. den. *"
language. "People-to-People" was estab- Considering rnaking .the irip
isbed by President Eisenhow\ier are Sen. Ted David, Rep.,A ? J.
e are two ways you can and is being pushed by Presid- Ryan dnd Ft Lauerdal'e City
this "people-to-periple", ent Kennedy. It is a. voluntary Commissioner William .D. :Ma-
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io- S. ;s. ,-.,.,N.9tt? i.p .op ..oqal tpa L ;nts will be made accord all efforts, i.the available
44jz d-fm e)it 8r d,_ oc xflithe_ ng-to- t e progress of. fithe -pro- man funds ',ill :not suffixet
,, ,."-- A ,. .c c Ic a 1, tw pweEr d .... ec.- : meet all -the -requests of;
... .. .. ... ..de g counMtries.
|-. -ei"# Ptha1mny7A stipulation -in each loan the other hand, Germany is'
S; A'': ee d n e.pug n agreement, grants the Bank for 'highly inrdustrid~ o naon wit
e nJ nVI.., ,U .m de.opdm.? t' a5pw.ation i'econstruction, or other insitu- world-wide economic interest
...S :- unat. they -TO1 ".:*thea p ye on authorizedd by the Bank, the which implies ,a policy of .main-
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Se ler Germn o sar otoa s would be a contradicti f
t c t 1p 0 on U le pte;r, sen e @ g l&'Rinaca Aid Alicy if some developing countries
I,.r, a.oer L. ,, b- .- were excluded from the develop
i -nd onditidns, long- meant aid programm.e.
.eterstuh itsk.is.htet finally also may be The principle of non-disenLn
: thu pl otof nt the goer fl .Reconsttion ta edto ntial development nation, however, does not unpl
rth .obtain t- e of e e county r' '. e lt ank wl a These .I.stitutions 'usually that -all developing .countrel
iiffItts T I appli 4i maln of th pr-iotoe snalll-sale indry .and have to benefit in the same way'!
I rdoi s a mt fger e neral lythe saime crite- and to the same exterior' e
s t~r ed ylempen tha r o'th udess- ra as to 'governing project aretoo many differences in. th
...-.W* & .. ..
Suprcountris'ackl the eur Aibenandiin finang by the Federal Rpu- eodnoriic situation of the va.'
g cono sytes ased ei r h jct fro gess~ y, scitii s bli. ious couiltries. Whereas some ..
ie prin ple free o.. petition th ismnief u I pl. ia be ted ready attract private inve sment
Cons quenly no rersme; tuionThs ps is ,thenior ,oS C'oRvstigate on the s .ll pther. financial aid to develoi- capital even without special 's
sa ,ire;tie E"s1 mme ing ,countries is -not .excluded, distance, others need more te
sad~off cpe t ion f .b. Ca~ a the po r wlill be restricted to excep- nical aid of the pre-investmn-.It.
1o offe t all u Aid. '.. :.--... esgate. d h--e. better tinal cases and will be effected type to create a basis for late
p S :..-'::- his tee. examine h cewilt'- re be that-.the' ony within the framework- of project financing. Other nation
pr, ect -, -,- see whether it.fits th ap again, might obtain decisive.
:" o- ""'g "n"p '~ omi uati th .... A "- help .by introducing new econ ,
", ,e count'. alite, .me~ '; capit id would exit of tio mc measures. Therefore, the
i:'.s .. o&teneunert ;ry nce bitteness ipor.i t policy of concentrating develop'

actors 'hisueab -d p e foL payer's money. With t. he branch of German devieopment completely *from the aid prog-
cd' '.'y the "e s a s d2 e ine gaho of 'aiik fRenstretio, the pro aid: The:.above-mentioned prin- ramme. It more or less amm its..


ts sBo; n cours ,m some- ckses special purpose is to. have rlexbiuty of ge of development. w e
oi wo-wajSgP85er ~;l~;ip~ei)c7.3: e-_"i ;ions n reports tvill' actiunn io ensure thatexecution -
S sn r ;'n~a be uest Le te -E -'theproject: not imnpededey The cultural, economic, and
.euomar ct c be ina ppr restrictive paragraphs.: The -sole politcal importance of, develop4
S p ose .of the latter is., toi meat aid is 'well known. -
.m? .' .. ,-eo oopeimunm s~~ edofte if d com t .ro temids prg
expen se. ar i si .n.. -ro7 ;,l 'e te.- ... in








JEPJexpenses.- arisen t' -iiblic funds.; The future wi Steering OCinibnitteeso far slofl
-V -, g o i:be e ictiludue sihow whetherr t.he- wmll. ana that ev eryone concerned is: re
S' the" long term financial aid.. this ltest, and if- oe or the -otht to-shot4der;ssponsibility- ahn'
A te p -p.ricpl :proves impracticable devote i 'tis- best efforts to en Ire
L'eo. fiihed th ei. .on is o ~ti et4.it wil-Suh-ibmemttn-bet recoq- the -success of -the. Federal Re-,
-.-; finisi edthe Summittee con- sidered. uid; i necessary, replo public's long-term financial aid'"'
'n une side whet he and der what ed. programme.
di the6 4. project can be fin- ..
V44"I l T. .cs thde iV of f-the Steering -p gy aaaaaa.
:i nito e is reqfuiet. YOUR HOME AW AY FROM HOMEc :' o
g* "' r~ kts-,- P" T a A-Fheri' a positive d decision AO' T Ie c "
.. -' "'-..- has been:taken, the Ba:_ k for L l i i1
e- .ifecqnstruction ;d:atts~a loan ag- A
-*h ..,! -re'ent to be -signed by A t B U N WS
'* -- *",,** U ---i-pieni country or other autho- .
i itution. .ith the sig FRANCK ED ROY, Manager '
i ng otf. the loan agreement hb
-- 'unt te credit is determine I the .de ightful "SOUS BOIS"' of Bizoton -
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1 -:6 -4 ".i" Th" .e..re -eerl ways of wi r th e ~t st type of Hotel service. -
Wire' 'Jdl^ 'isibursi-ng the credits,- to;be 'de- ,: BARIRSTAURAIV .SWMIWING POOLS, a -
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.IN TOWN.
$k-. Ronald Grossman from Cleve-
l...and is visiting with Ed Marger
of Haiti Airways. Ronald likes
.$.Haiti too.
a-. t Fyture d'Adesky popped into
town last Monday looking sleek-
Sly New Yorldsh in a tailored
- 'gray travelling swit and much
eye makeup.
Gertrude Asesnow, whose very
Sodd address is "35 Tennis foirt.
Brooklyn" is visiting El P.ancho
with Thelma Rieman. Both lals
are executaries.
Mr and Mrs Arthur B. Kap-
lan. New York socialites and
close friends of the Shindlers
are here visiting.

H- G. Craddock, Assistant re-
neral Passenger Manager for
American Export Lines and Cap-
tain Cain of the line, are on a
familiarization tour of the Car-
ibbean and Central American
Sports. They will arrive here on
July 31st to spend a day at El
Rancho; The Line is about to
start a cruise schedule for the
area.
Catherine Beck, cominorc.i'
artist from Warren, Mich. 1s va
cationing at El Rancho.

HOUSE FOR RENT ABOVE
PETIONVILLE
A beautiful house 3 mhmutes
from Pettlnville on the manu-
road for rent. 3 bedrooms, 3
bathrooms, a large Uvingroom,
etc. Excellent water supply.
For details see: J.B. at Po-
lice Headquarters.


CHINESE

NIGHT


TUESDAYS


Egg Roll (2)

Won ton soup


Choice

Sweet & Sour pork

shrimp, Foo Yung

Chicken chow mein

lobster chow mein

tea or coffee


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LAsSICAL -SALLirk


JAZZ AND TAPDANOE
Special teavh.er's coursess a Blroo an
added, feature'
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8:80- A.M. jo 12:3( P.M.
.....2:S30 P.M.-to 600 .Jm.

SSUMMERRATESARRANGED
FOR DANCE COURSES
Mile Anne teSpiekerman left Haiti this w eek n.ing a Sejou:rn
of five years during which time she founded and- dlectetd the
Haitiano-Allemande library and taught her native language to
students of all ages. f re
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The tireless worker gave leesons in kindergarten in the manihtng
and erman innc the evening She was so devoted toher wor.srg dancers'or f
the half decade spent here she took nio time off for vacationing. r
Miss Spieckerman- w- -assume -the direction 4: of a li"J--uio- te-
rapidly expanding town of Bilelefeldiand fidustrial town in the Rhur.



Modern Haitian nPaintings--
A
B- nXrNCHAT II AS FAaCOMDNT IN.r
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On.Show Now-At -
GALERIE PINCHINAT Makes-everyday ''a 1toliday'.yinyd6 kitch l .. Use
106, BOIS VERNA ,'- the "Gold Stat Award" winner, the TROPIGAS range.

.---ust before y6d reach the "PONT MORIN" bridge o .4,. toa' -. ,.
is -an ART GALLERY- EEELEX TOP BUBRNE -_ A single. flame with-
This is-an ART GALLERY, not a picture0 shop,-ex" _oitass acurate stages o. djut-ment.or.every7ook-
hibiting over 100 of. the .most attrpLtive EB~E jngune~t a fromu fat t i d fryintgdi to geytl e;
PAINTINGS made both in Port au Prince and Paris b bi n .: -
FAMOUS HAITIAN PAINTER MAX PINHINAT- ,-.
now in France. EQUAL OVEN-BURNFIi Makes pssibew,
The artist WHO HAS EXHIBITED BOTH HERE E o. Het spBrNd. in M ara pstbi t;
AND ABROAD for the past.15 years, comes backto peofte oven: and broiler No-hot ag itep&4
Haiti every five years and for 15 to 18 months renews s : ,r : N
the contact With his people and his source of inspira-
tion. ht'..
tion. .PI POINT PILOTS Cool, .ecozinoOi&tiPc.lr 44%O
In the GALLERY PINCHINAT are grouped ilots areonly one, t ei sized f ordlitnpi
some paintings of the 15 years of work by MAX PIN- .fnnll ao tinyit i pgeool inamn tht :,
CHINAT, from 1945 to 1960. Prices have not been ar .. ves-o money, o t' .o "-
bitrarily based on beauty of the painting; but on -i, '
size,. just .ike ~Paris Fashion for MAX- PINCHINAT i~:'idow.
-k rf -'0*M th r
anaw f G-UE1SjKNOWN ARTISTS. Visitran c l T T BURNER and PUL-OUt BROL
consult the paintings price list if they' wish to. a. : sier e thorough meaningg
All the taxi drivers know GALLERY. PINCHINAT -, ..., .
AND don't let anybody tell you that the GALLERY is ECONOTOi BU R m es every usfil
closed. It is not. .. tomato .
The GALLERY- PINCHINAT' ;soe represen- ifimene guarantee orll bruirners '.-,: .,
tati e and sales-agent 6f PINCIHNAT'spaintings, has Too mayv features ol listhere. Yo mu&t itt
exhibited-a few samples only at L"oyer des i Ar s .l.' appreciate it Easy terms fto. .-
tiques", "Galerie Brochette" and ilerie.Suisse". '
Open from 10 AM to 5 PM, and onrappointiment in TROPIAL GAS COMPANY, INC.
the evening. -AIDMISSION FREE. .RUE PA E.. -,:.:.;''

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past ,onditiois. Mayor Deeb'and- the lot of .the market women; -,
J.s adiisni' t a.t ion deserve and .in making Port au Prince -
thankMiia; co0igratulations for a cleaner, more efficient cit.. -.
tin first big step. in improving

riibbean Constructioii Co. SA.

,[ : Builders Of The Military City .
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.; Gen. Manager: Gerard THEARD

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sales counter of ODVA at the corner of Rue
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; 1-Olbs.-Bags 15 -Gourdes
50lbs.-Bags 15 Gourdes
Wholesale orders will be filled on the basis
of -Gourdes: 2.75 'per IOlbs. bags (Minimum
10 4.ags) and Gourdes: 14 .per 501bs.. (Minim-
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President Duvalier Speaks 'At Duvalierville
5'-,


; (Continued from page 3)
your dreams of which you have
always been frustrated, spurting
in the light, it is in the. enthus-
iasm of the creative effort that
Syou have welcomed it and that
. you want it to materialize.
S We are in the century of eco-
Snomics. Not those economics
That aim at the increase of pro-
ductivity with the aim of pro-
fit; but rather than that which
works to open and enlarge the
passage from the LESS HUMAN
to the MORE HUMAN, from the
less being to the more being. It
is the century of human econo-
mics. To elevate it, we are wit-
nessing humanity everywhere
throwing itself, into the crucible
of pain and hardship. She wants
to give birth to this human eco-
nomy as would a Messiah sav-
ior and mender of all inequali-
ties, of all the injustices that
have engendered the seeds of
wrath of men, when it is not
hate... The new town to be built,
situated between the proud flag
city and the capital, will not be
tributary to either of them for
its economy. And. to refer one-
self to the data of development,
in the total conception of your
town, keep in nind the econo-
mic role that it must play to
escape any strangulation in a
process of development of Port
au Prince and Arcahaie. May it
be between those two, a jewel
extracted f r o a marvelous
crown. The originality of the
choice of economic orientation
of the new town will condition
its future. And I do not [ear to
advise you: MAKE IT A FLOW-
ERED CITY, THE INDUSTRY
OF WHICH WILL BE TOUR-
ISM.

For you, valiant and faithful
:friends, valiant and faithful po-
pulations of Cabaret and its sur-
roundings. touched as if by
grace you have resolved your-
ql.iacs ton nOacrO in your own


ing you that on My own dl
sion, I will establish a fan
residence in -your town,- wh
I will come often to renew,


eci-
iily
Lere
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US Caribe Forces
Chiefs Sees Haiti
(Continued from page 1)
this zone arrived with his wife
and other high-ranking memb-
ers of the Caribbean command.
General O'Meara met with
Brig. General Pierre Merceron
Chief of the Haitian Armed For-
ces and review units of the Hai-
tian Army and U.S. Naval Mis-
sion presently training Haitian
forces.
Members of the General's
party that departed in two mili-
tary aircraft Friday were: Ma-
jor General R. Stranathan Air
Force Chief of the Caribe Air
Zone, Col. W. R. Corso USMC,
Col. J. De Fries, Majors Ri-
chard Pahl and A. S. Moura and
Crant .1 I- Flnvd of the U.S.


the warm sources of your fer-
vor, My strength of untamable
and untamed fighter and My
faith as believer in all the poss-
ibilities of My race.
Tomorrow is waiting for you
and for us with the inextinguish-
Ible flame of action lighting with
a bright light those fertile torhks
of the times of Peace: RETHINK
HAITI. REBUILD THE NEW
HAITI. ELEVATE THE HUMAN
CONDITION, to create a new
civilization in all communities
similar to yours.

May you bring to success yo'u1,
task, with the swift and unanim
ous help of all your brothers o'
the Haitian country who, in the
-'COUMBITE" OF NEGRO SOL
[DARITY, must feed the Hope
of rededicating yourselves and
refinding yourselves tomorrow
in their constant appeal to an
equal fervor.
Dr. FRANCOIS DUVALIER
President of the Republic.
the Ministry of Public


RENTS SLASHED, 25 PER CENT. -

(Contmueds from-page ),) ,ppraisement of the --billding.
mihistration --of Contribu t i'o n s 'i.Mhe.'trionthly term will not.' be
which will appropriate 10 'pe ..aove .One_pr cent .( I p.c.) 6f
cent of charge before the remit- their -sale value and the reduc-
.tance is turned over to the own- tion-of 25 per cent will be based
ei. pon the result of this .operation.
Art. 3-The above. reduction of The owner: will be invited'to' at
the. rent, being an epeptional t nd -the meetings of the'.Com-
and temporary decision,.qcalled mittee. -
by actual circumstances does -. -
not exercise any influence upon. Art 7--The, owier or his-re-
the basic ra~e or- colectorship :presentative !who will not, obs-
of locative tax. erve-the dispositions of the pre-
sent law may be fined' from 50
Art. 4-:Any. increaSe of rentals, to 1000 gqurdes or. imprisoned
is prohibited, even in th- cae from 5 days. to 3 months byCor-
.of a change of tenant. -.
The monthly rent of any.build-
ing must be the same amor-Iti'
used fo fix the rate of locative'
tax. DozrOinica
If ifter having rented a ho.~. ".
the -tenant acknowledges the
renting rate was not made in
conformity with the.correct ba- C O J
ses, he may refuse to continue
the payment and refer to the -lla i
Renting--Tax Service to obtain Allen & Bas
a certificate testifying, the loca-
tive estimation of-- te house OFER A NEW
With this -certifce.,.he 'will -SE II CE FROS
act against- the owner aer: afE-VICE FRO
2 of- the present law.. '- Every
Art. 5-In the case the tenant
may have paid more than re- The.SS Angelita
quired, he is fully authorized, to The SS -hadames.
reimburse himself all extn i.".eon-
ey by.deductions of 25 per cent LEAVES PORT AU -
on the future rent: FOR NEN
Art. 6-Any owner renting his Every W
house for the first time-must The SS-lth esa : "ej
inform the Contribution, OffiCe
which, after appraisement and The SSFondaon-.
consent of the, owner, will de-
termine the renting value of the '
building. The SSAngeli"ta
If no agreement occurs, the r -O rTll ift
Contributions -Admidistration will- ,- .
form a committee including a T. J;: StP VE iSiS ON & Co
representant of the Department -8ft B r .
of Commerce and Industry, -a M York, N. ...
Contribution Inspector and an W N
Engineer of Public Works Dep-
artment who will make a new Refrifrertlo: C&arpL an,
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evolution any battle for the fav- Navy.
or of a social and economic re- <
solution, accomplished by des- % ignating Me the permanent sym-
bol of its verity; you are open- FOR VACATION PLANTINGS IN KENSCOF
ing the way from non-being to i0. i-..- .
the better being, and to the co n- States i sioriy-
quest of the more being. What ;-'A1 2b ?P 1 Sates Miesibo.y V- iety $O: lO
can I do, if not to encourage you -
materially and morally, by tell- fornila B:Hk.. Fig. trees $1t006 ea6h -..

/ COalia Lflies 50 cents eadh; Ni e Litlie .$1.00, udh .,:''

Drive In Cine Geramiums, Trupet llirbers, (Yt her.awIsB b .-

Thursday July 27, 1961 I' NIMru M ORIER $5..00
At 7:00 and 9:00 P.M. .. -
ENGLISH VERSION r lower attitudes tropical plants .' -

Starring: S r.. iqaire at CHATELET DES' Li"EUM :

"Our Man In Havana" -. --
S oel Coward, Bur Ives JOSEPH NADALS (Go. or Casier Postal 632, -Port an 'Prince : .. -:.- l
and AlexGuness Agents.- --' .-..' -
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relapse,,the .penalty 4;1e, bdou-
bled. : .-
Therese s Noqstat R ac
His AHis f :'
"*'Mrs Ivan Kovacs has given
birth, to a baby girl calle -Dolo-i
res Sunday morning at 4;-in Newt
York:. Mrs Ivan -Kovacs :is 'thel
forimer'-Terry Noustas; Her'i "
other, ~.Mrs Elias: Noustas _'i'-ew~
to -New -York Sunday. afternoon,
to seeTier graiAddaughter Ebeth
Noustas flew to San Jlan the
next day to spend a. fela days
wit!, friend Chblly Meta.. befdre'
going- back to Nei York to re-
.sume.hehr studies...-.

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Friday

leaves New york ilufy 8
leaves New York Augist 4
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leaves P-a ,-Pi lyi- 46

tiayes P-iu-P August 3
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