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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."

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:
AA00015023:00168

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI r--AvenueVlMarie-Jeamri CITE DUMARSAIS ESTIME Phon '2061 Vol XIV SUNDAY JULY 30th, 1961 No. 37
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JBaye iOff Hiaiti Rattles
Toi. Pun Fo

e Este French Champ
SHaiti came vera close to beating the Champion of France Wed..
Dr Herve Boyer, Minister of a e g i a f th ng r ma a r an
Finance, will lead Hailt's- dele- aiesday evening in a fast and thrilling socr match that dre an
arion' to the ministerial le'el estimated twenty thousand to the Sylvio Cater Stadium evein ith
,inference opening at Punto del admission lees at an all time high..
'se, Uruguay August 5. The smaller Haitian selection ended four to three in the visit-
Mlembers of the delegation 'are ghve a fine display of speed -and or's favor, many local football
:r Vilfdrt Beau\voir, Vice-Presi- teanmrork but lacked the nPees- experts and fans believe that it
-ent of the National Bank,.Mr. irsary stamina to keep their three was a elraw. They dispute the re-
(Continued on page 20) v 4 X' ; to one lead towards the ,end of free's decision cucelling, what
l the game. they term, a near brilliant goal
FundsF or Model Ieneh Ambassador Le Genissel gives Monaco-Haiti gam kick-off Although the game officially: shot by Haitian left-wing Cham-
ld as FedeAtiion i'ateh hWednesday evening at Stadium Sylvio Cat:r. pagne in the eleventh minute of
l- the second half after the s aitian
Pledges of monthly cotriu- side bad complete contrAl of the
Pledgqs-of monthly cohitrilhu- 111 0 1" I =a T. b" for three nmlnutes.


ions o. twenty-five dollars to l ,' AVA I.. J .
,.n cents to help build newly I 9
dedicated Duvalierville into a o O
model town were. made by gov- .
Ernment employees, business es- MORE O UTTANDN
lablishmnehts and members of tiie TEACHERS DEPARP *
A med'Forces -thisweek.
SAdditional funds will. come A new contingent of .Haitian
Som' -a'. one gourde toll charge Professor who will leave- their
placed on traffic passing though homeland shortly to teach ;n the
the new -tpwn- that 'straddles- the Cogo includes many prominent
main hig.ay-bo the. No'E th en of letters.
1oll, decieed.-by: DUvalieWville's :.The twenty-chteachers "who will
muTiilej t d iiAtt.was 'en- Join eighty Hagtian professionals
ors..-Inte.ior arid National, already working. in the Congo
bef Bte. e--BoiiJ^ eb ia.^ =- 'a ";.t
in a Cbmunique dated Juply-0 v Gera Bran .ieciur of -
k- special office called.-'- Languge Institute; Pierre San
\ d nued on page 8) (Continued on page-)


-UtI JV' t-UL- At ULUATI at'UJALL
-The renovation, of -the old the face-lifting of St Marc 'was
Coastal City; of St. Marc, the conceived by President Duvalier
gateway to t1e Artibonite Val- who has declared his intention
ley, was discussed' by -a group of ultimately revitalizing all
nf Governmnt nffirials." Tn IndUs- tor n .. d ,- l /illi,, ;. thi. ....


- Hati lost their three to one
lead' over the French[ ch-ampions
in the thirtieth minute of the
second half when Monmcj's in-
side left, Hess, headed a goal
past Haitian goalie Blali who
was one of the outstanding play-
ers of the match. v onaco's
youthful center forwai- follow-
(Continued on page 16)


Boxer Back
On Liberty
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OVER 3,000 FOR SIORISEEIN(
3,184 Officers and-men )f the
U.S. Navy and ..Marine .'urps
are spending wee'lend liberty in
Port aboard the flat-top USS
Boxer and the USS Rankin.
The Boxer under the Command
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% L .......... .. U-., tows an vages in Lee cou- o' aptLa r. eiLns L as ca-
trialists and private citizens who try. led here on several previous oc-
,met -at the offices of Reinbold Ex-Senator- Henri Mare Char- casions. Captain T. F. Howe is
Coffeel'Expiorter'ih Poit-au Prin- les, former Apiculture Minister commanding the Rankin.
ce this week. (Continued on page 8) (Continued on page 17)
Gedrge--Reinbord whose firm
has a large branch in St Mare
told the assembled group that .

Pinehinat
SCites Haiti's
Agriculture,
Needs
A basic problem facing tan un-
derdeveloped country like iaiti
is how to improve its agricultu-
ral production stated Haitian
agronomist Antonio Pinchinnt re-
cently.
In an' .ntervieWv at Michigar
State University, whore lie is
studying plant breeding techni-
ques under a Point' scholar-
shit, Pinchinat said Hsiti needs
more food for its people, live-
(Continulled.on page 16)
Captain Richard Weinman ahsd his wle., Barbara, board their Aba-sado ewii
-Amn aadoao -N6wbiw in
yalttl'IMektdbib', now anchored at the wharf awaiting a chance f On Vc
1o et into, -rydock.-The Weinmans plan to .begin a charter boat U.S. Ambassador and Mrs Rp-
business here. The 'naine of the yacht is ain Arable word meaning, bert -New it depart ednedn&
,"Your desthly is' written". -. da #i, a-aea4ion in theU4....
lsq'oon board are Peter and Thomas. Jackson, whose yaoht TlAiU.S. Envo ntdli Pedn)t de w h...rald hikiftir,' Sam oxo technWci-a at
i.ahord at Cap Halen. They c emp lateL oIrtue and Port '.de Pia Ast oaWo
hored. at Cap alien. iey, ontmlate bringing we omletng a.tour o o Micg Sta CollegI greenhouse look over ome e itit
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S.repared to. plant it inorn.:'Geeran ass&ad Luedd Neu- Pride ie
t s report rath and family be on' o tof itt To Atte
S Republic- this weekend... Wioi aceiro1 # t: Copllege %,ot- Mexico -And.C aca
,-. bailer-size, is back to visit the'cene of 1"is boyhood His mother, Ieetia ''
Lorraine Dora Wallace has a home in Gros Morne and used to .
have an art gallery on the Rae Pavee...
IA .cieck of-fi ve hunred d
-YOUR HyOME.AWAY -FROM HOME;' lars-is the personal .conbuti
So "- .,.of .President Duvalier to ihe
: tiopbal Girl GicOAes s 0at
Ted Ediger who has been reporting for AP in the Dominican a, ssist' tlem' send.,four i
te -mne re ...
Relpublice since the assassination of the Genera'lissImo spent the to jamborees in ..Miexco .and Cg
night here at the Excelsior enrohte home to the U.S... The Ernest V T' N GI.A L. Q 'S I .. ; .
Beaufls have a eight-pound baby boy whose name Lloyd was chos- he 20 -yeaold Girl G
on ten years ago bj, his Delta Manager father... Another new res- K D aage recognized this we
taurant on th? Exposition preparing to open next week is the Sun- as a public utility by.he Co
set Chalet. With airconditioning and bar and dance space the n t i ernidfenrt.' the c .r.e a
Chalet has a view of the sunset over Gonave..Bay and the rear of -T o..kfort .. fril Oished iOr W ."Le .Mffoal nte-urc
co.e.oumfort and privacy .of jl or own ot4"e. Moniteur"
the U.S. Embassy... "Our Man In Havana" has been held up in with the best type of Hotel Service. Aoine .'ois
Columbia according to the direction' of the Drive-In Cinema who BAR, RESTAURANT, SWIMMING POOLS,- supeirtone
,have advertised it as showing each Thursday for the past three. COLORFUL GARDENS E huprd i vchie mguod e a
weeks... NBC Vip Bill McAndrews spent the day visiting Kensco f ATTRACTIVE RATES Jeand Ma Bege rmmi
and the city with his wife. They were aboard the SS Bretagne on -/ <",' /-<,," ary General.' "
a Caribbean-cruise that has all the trimmings of slap-stick movie. -
The Bretagne crewed by French, Greek, Italians, Americans etc.
non of whom can communicate in the others language and few .
can talk with the chef and his kitchen staff-its a riot with more : '
than 500 passengers out of New York aboard.... Hal Levine veteran '
Newsweek correspondent with all of Latin America to cover spent
a week here after calls in Cuba and the Dominican Republic. He '
departed Monday for Mexico... Hampco's spare ribs are especially "" .
good... Marcel C. Antoine has replaced writer Raoul Rouier as' '-'-
Ambassador to Venezuela. Envoy Rouzier has been transferred
to Panama... Colonel Rene Florville is back from Panama where /'
he followed a special military intelligence coultse... The 115 inde-
pendance anniversary of Columbia was celebrated here July 20th '
at the Hotel Ibo Lele with Ambassador Restrepo del Coral as host...
Tourism Minister Victor Nevers Constant organized a folklore -.
festival paroleee e eecrile" at the Theatre de Verdure last Thurs- BUILD IRRIGATION SYSTEM
day... Mrs Leslie Bogat and ten month old son Gregory visiting Level your land for effective irri- ,.
parents in New York for a month... Orphelinat de la Providence gatiob, build distribution aq':main
on Rue Americaine celebrated their patron Saint's Day Sunday... supply'ditches, construct. afterr
Ambassador Carlos Valera Gonzalez hosted a mid-day party at impounding reservoirs.
his residence to mark the 140th anniversary of his country -Peru- -
Friday... An inebriated workman spread-eagled himself on the ,
wharf train rails last week and..was splt in two. Death was in-
stantaneous... CLEA TRES, BRUSH, i BOULDERS
CarDiesel Ec.n Tit~aors equipped
July is the month of birthdays of many of our Latin American "With -bulldozer&stj ; d sec I.
neighbors and Monday was the birthday of the father of them all. deink ftol r e t4 moisttor e
SJuly 24 was 178th anniversary of the birth of Simon Bolivar, the W I A 'AT
liberator of much of South America... Cesar of Jacmel maker of H- W. A ..: -
of paper ballons operated with hot air can feel mighty proud this D ESEL FARM TRACTOR '
week. The U.S. Army has returned to using hot air balloons that '. I
lifted man into the sky 178 years ago. The hot air balloons will 1
Sbe used to lift heavy equipment. Cesar's paper balloon laarichings ITH a-vision of te future, progressive -4--. ..
have been the delight of Jacmel for years, and U.S. officials here farmers are adding more.crop.Inda ,i*-. a
once mistook one for h satellite... Party in Laboule hill Tuesday improving their present proddtitvi- y -ere .-
Snight to celebrate pret Mary-Ane Mongean's birthday... Grete are but a few ways they are do.ag it .wvik '..'"
Hirsch spent her vacation. firo the violin travelling, around Haiti Caterpillar Diesel farm Tractors. We ivill be. :,
' by Camion. One of the highlights of her camion-rfding was two happy to give you the compleestory. -
S.. dollar roundtrip to Jacmel thltNeAw Ydir violin professor said... -2. .'. .' '..
The "Look" magazine team departed this.week after the writing l _
side of the-team made news Iimself in his tussel with the land- -7 '-FO lRAlN>-
lord... '"
Kingston-bound for a fortnight vacation are Serge W. Graham ,P, .f
(.. Gilg salesman) and Jean Desmang!e.... The new building -... ,, '-' a '" 1'
nearing completion next to the old (back to jungle) .Idhorland-el ub. r. atdtaci.eni ^ ,T
e tona Bn ... I. erre'
is a Tannery, a project ofthe National Bank of Haiti... M4rce '
,Sales left this week on his second trip to Chicago In -a moQth -for t/ 'b1 ir :': ;
i'.the Tourist Office. He. will build publicity around the Haiti stand .:
in the forthcoming International fair in the windy city...Professor BUILD ACCESS ROADS
SSydney Mt interrupted his market study this week to attend a Areas of fam 'land isolate by CATERP I
Ant opolog-ist conflab in San. Jan... Thea$tical deegner. Prat is 'trees, hills or ravines can be made' -' .
r-, .. -- ... -Thafric d.n. accessible by bulldozing roads, -.
Down from New York to visit with, his wife Katherine Duunham. filling gulies-and clearing rtees. C "WA ii aSd CaitAeiiSi. esi'ti.dm rtiOpeCri.iiuTdA ru'I '"C -
and marvel at the transformation oL Leclerc... If the Public Works .
.Dept. does not-soon move the mountain of top soil before the newly Haytian Tractor 8C Equip r ent Co S.A -
- -: refurbished Bond Point restaurant Ave Marie Jeanne fWrmers are .MAURICE BON EFIL, Manager -- Clharerelles -
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B ^rnia; ahiseco rpnap this ;q ap preciate their thing and"s sel- as. a concert pianist appear-
'.er r o ear io rations i ig .n Atlanta,. :Boston, Cl
44'."A .to latyeartookhi tQ.ex- land; Quebec and Montreal .,
a eara A o Salao uras o Wrng for ,t saturday his. New York debut theh f
[i~ty Ia:Ria,-EcuadoFr'ru,- A -iew; the wel iakoq ;.S.t- 'Y. 7H Times wote; "A pianist
c.d..,.,; el.t:.na l,'td' Br ..g." .'e ray .,n agaze. b .said Everi .of-unu.ual ro&m se... He display
i.eieAI;'oo cj apearei where I went y nu icopn'ed formidable technical facility,
p tie onfereu th~e ayeso tiat' I me to know. backed byimagination and i
SingTst ;' '..the students tiia, the.lo p- ical intelligence.". ,. .
q ss. O .his perforfessors in La Plata, the. yolunig .-i
Sianc, was lunifollyfvrab- lawyers and.ou aists in Ba- Extensive ours tthe
tne:l l.0 rreio o e do a.inhs o Rio hias. Their applause was exciting Stites followed in 1956 and 1957n
is o Tin a .,a.-ei-,ero called him A' or but their words of frieniship and wene- high-lighted 'by m-
-thy restive ot the mo and -'understandinig rave made ual solo perforimances -with tli e'S
d t Alerican genera of ese tours a -inspiring' exter- New Y tork dPilbaron .
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Spianists. To a rensa -ieice." The success of last summer
ca ^ efEl Salvador he w ,A t~our and the desire to under
piais nte March el- Althoigb a youthful 32..v s take 'some of the exciting pOg
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p of ts uaaqil pohesied- o~age, Mr Rosen is a. veteran amscked by'h ere b egn a nd -i
i'Hi enaewill grow to' the di- of the concert stage..Before. he talked about stimulated Rosc.n's-e
i 'mens.iis o t ha of the great was ten years old lie had be- desire to returln- to Latin -.n- -
R b .stein." -'. come ..well known i i hoaie .
-^ state of Oho. having appeared He hias in mind a plan to aor-'
lb is 1960- tour :as a irique jhpuiici pn. numerous occasions. ganize an interchange of young i
eombimaion of concertt -orcscn t t.he age of 12 .he made his artists between the countries aLA
nationss ,and informal meetings fi st. major solo performance the .eisphere, artists whocan
ft which he played;: talked list- with-the Cleveland Institute Syim- go beyond mere conmpetencttuts^
Seed and ame. to know .it im- phony in Mendelsohn's )-trn.or their speciality and plumb ai-ltU-
ately. imany students and profes- concerto. the depths of cultural and int. t
sors -vwithout. 'tlhe barrier of the Thee ws actual differences and similar ~

'-. "A Scool f Music as well as New- dThis twip; he feels,. wil no
The u ri.ersaIi t oithe.lar. York Univiraily; where, he stid- only sive him an opioerturly i b;
a e of Thmusic Mr Rosen believes ied histbry-and political science, better knowing the a m' Bi'e.n-t
tessuq tours unquestiona'o nmphasizing. the Ldtinsi Aericaie which inspired-such renowned.
y : .arding. Through this- jie-arei.:He was also anassidious composer s as Chavez, Villa o-urde
S..- is conri nced, his hea'i student .of- foreign languages. -bes -and, Gin'estera, but also the
s. .'have ga.e-da u'r--Eirp re inasterig s.e-.ve'r- al' including current trends which iiifluence
of life iinthi .Unitl e states, hile>-Spanish, Portugese, iand.euch. younger Latin Amereican b cbnpo.-.
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By AUBE.N JO U y wife. E en S, a. eachr

Sateitown ass. Har-.ey 's-.oA-.
**A group of 16 businessmen and civic leaders of Hollywood, ened his visit here bec.tuse, he
-Fli landed here Wednesday poon aboard a chartered DC3 on a said, he was disappoinLed on
Good-Will Tour through the Caribbean and Latin ..America. This the Haitians his friends here. '
tour organized by City Commissioner Maynard Abrams to spread The real good and sincere Hai-
tians are-the peasants, he said.
'"people to people" goodwill, has for its primary purpose a search ey do nt aveanyhng to
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Sfor a "sister City" for Hollywood among the many Latin and expect from you. Their- smile is
Central America Cities these divic leaders of Hollywood, Fl are not for sale. Most of the Haitians OLe '. wAINT
visiting. The first stop of this private chartered airplane trip was lie started to like prove them-
Port au Prince., The part included Bob Anderson, *Elwin Schoti, selves unsincere after they took
Ray Hall, Wilbur Hartgell, Henry Weedon, John C. GofT, Lee y Haiou f riendship for hered. I
Like Haiti too much, i vas too
Brunn, Calvin Smith, David Elsasser,-James Walden, Art I'oggp, excited when I first c3me here E ETI
Earl Childs, Lou Wells, Harry Lee, Dr. R. W. Snow, Mitchell to let my feeling go down to .
Anton. The pilot was Charles Bush, the Co-Pilot Don Farley and should no try to li athom the eel- B B
Mr Maynard Abrans was Flight Engineer. gslwin chf my aan riendses uaynsincere after thy
be I would feel better now. Har- A 1I11f.
vey also raised a complaint A5
The party was greeted at the Haitian Airport by a Commit ee ainstthe aitians wo never --...
Like Haiti ttoe H a.t-n- w o never







including Mu3sor Jean -Deeb, Mrs Madiou, a Member )f the City suppoFt the good impression of JOSE N AI AGE TSS
Hall Conmission, former Senator. Arthur Bonhomme and business- a visitor on another flaitian. ... ';
man Gerald Manuel. Th? visitors were taken for a cocktail to the Quite the reverse, they knock '.
ri il l U. I ...i- b t LIbe IU would N eel better now. Har-i '.don..-
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Lt al ro ULJw W I .ereI Lwn r eitLn LNIII Lonallace. l-ney
spent only four hours in town. Their next stop was Curacao...
'"Mrs Marjorie King, a bacteriologist from.San Francisco erri-

Sed Tusday aboard the marmorian SS \'!CTO-
RIA. Lovel.. Marjorie advocates the best of
her passlime to music, she is a composer and
pla)s many instruments. She displayed a warm
interest in Haitian art. She was delighted by
a visit of the Salon des Beaux Arts of the
Glft Fair, and bought a 150 dollar pa-nting by
7 Xavier Anviama. At the Casino in the evening
L: she was one of thq keenest exponents of the
Haitian meringue. She plans to come back here for a longer visit...
**"Why should you care about the past, why should you care
about the future. The only thing and the best that should count
is to believe that never shall end the illusion of the very hour."
This is not the philosophy of Sandi Grubman and Nanci Klein
who arrived in town last Saturday after a very good time i Jdm-
.ica. The two teachers from the Bronx were not content enough
with the beautiful company they found by the Oloffson'3 poolside,
while they were indulging their toes in the soothing. lukewarm
water, their memories went back tO Jamaica and so they did
Monday morning. "We feel horrible, they confessed as they were
departing, because Haiti is beautiful, more beautiful than it was


Mrs Ruth Kaplan, wvie jf Mr
Arth'ur Kaplan, an Advertising
Executive in New York City, ce-
iebrated her birthday on July
24 in the warm company.v f her
husband and friends Mr Ben
Shindler and wife Muriel. Ait
I(aplan and Ruth arrived here
two weeks ago -for a three-week
visit. They are special M, iests
of the President of the. El Ian-
cho and Mrs Ben Shindlkr. MIrs
Shindler, after a beautiful party
given in honor ,of Iuth at the
El' Rancho took tuis charming
couple to the Shango Night. Club
at the Hotel Ibo Leil. Mrs Ka-
plan was delighted av th .the
warmth shown to her un the
occasion.


At the party that followed at
.the Sans Souci Hotel the Pame-
la and John Burdick's 'wedding
on July 15 the gayest ,-ciple
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described to us. We have here so many wonderful, but we weVre Burdicick B etsy is'-a fabulous
aBurdick Betsy is 'a abulou8
not ready for it, we are in a mood for Jamaica, we'- shall come dancer. o"
back to Haiti to enjoy fully its charms and hospitality." I Continued on- page 20)











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POPULATION UtE, -A.I-
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cultral projdious ain the JIdurIj "
Inter-Amei-n -Studies. :.-
,.-j.otI o-ut a t h Latin Am"'
position expansion from'. 13
to '6 '1lioi' in m1960, a a
cen-tp ear. Value- of: agric
pertt basis dung the
bya6P er cent.,- -.. -
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3-WEEK :,JENLSH-TEACHING SEMINAR.
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ctne maste-ti o, ri .- ot le
1enee"ha" :F;Ifor
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aothernb er
came, ashX "i day afternoon
*'.y; joined die" .in-
-sla'gt' usi their :--autbs as
broncos in an attempt to lasso
any likely "Gob". or. 'Marine"
fare.
.-Would it'not be better to have
a special English-speaking Po-
lice detail keep order andrsee
that these pest do not suffocate
any of the -tourists .with' their
over-bearing -persistence. The
bad' impression these' bums cre-
ate cannot be off-set by a hun-


.; ": dre.:" d thousand. dollars in good will also be .intensive training sion's Military Assistance U.S.
a&teilstlnd .t eS tiunst, advertising in the U. S. in improved teaching methods Training program for Haiti.
ani tr- for- the-poipl-e, .it might so we cannot afford to permit
b$ i-.iC. .tnen.ir about- the Repub- t to continue. The Department of Agricult- envisaged assistance for this et- --:
'tHsuggestion if' that when The
lidi andi ft A suggestion l that when the ure and Natural Resources and fected area, "Le Jour" stated.
r li r ."d-- .. sailors come ashore the- taxis
E..:.. .... ....... ure a rotation system at the Rural Dcvelopment has also
Uadri#t&he, ingiM the Setr Color bo Pier or wharf just like
vi iies.lwth devote itself that at Bowven Field. There is
to, -eilily4i* ^ and l Men u reason to spoil a-goo(d thing. f quqU R
Sf ti af l- 0 ogTo LIQUsmUR
Cs) For theEalvaiun f -
range effects_, ..... DROUGHT :IN I INDISPENSABLE FOR -.
SApa:t .fron the enel economic problems. of the SOUTH REPORTED ,
small w- of. hiida, iiportt ma etig and Lack'of rains f6k the past year I .-HIE ENJOYABLE PARTY
smocioll giw ud tis couldaeij wth as caused a drought in the
socdio cat.q.tioy.A cou klceit wih .-,_ Soun whieb cculd rove disast. AND
Handicraft~ctvity.cn b based -on te natural .on-u especially- or the areas
ditions.and facilities a.vutlable in the national ecnonmies :surrounding Coles de Fer. and AGENTES FSTrIVITIES
of smal-- back-country .ihu.inum-ties, prqmoti g self- Fond des Blancs, ~e Jour re- t RNICOS l
help ada:iding in -the -Peafine lacking middle portest this week. --
cla-ss. The iiunger in this area, ff- Theoly sweet IJqUEUR made in Scotland o
-Th' set by the mango season, has the bawis ortherfinest pure old SCOTCH W S .
The pric l i J for an, fiient pmion. not escaped the attention of Indispensable for festivities and. for every oce.
han.di rft work iup ou t -4heRepublic igit be the Church World Service whose s;ion
thorough!? y dis~issed.:witi- 'delT -tb choose -f-ro m director visited -the South recent- ML ,I A .
ever commumty. y and. arranged for food sup- CL AENTS
The potential of vmlis -to be sent into the strien L. PREETZMANAGGERHOLM 8 CO.
ntark.et, eyinthertoiittriet -a~d even styles and -rea. -, ... .
designs plus tte protection and supply of ravW matei-
ials woe al'i-be oth i-lp"end l o-e" "' d "
woaupo.rt:WOld: b the;--tI&-texp hanicraft masters paig & the invuble exper- *
ience and. tennis .to appteitices! through organized
community effort and- operatives. FOR VACATION PLANTINGS IN KENSCOFF,
'C' '- .-
STRAWB ERRY PIAN B: States Misioa Variety $10.00-per 100
..- .N B Y .- ". ,'- -- .* .- r_ -.
NOT.BY C.. M .....E
Gueif Editoial-1from -The "Hindu Weekly',,Madras in aiiornia lk Fig6 ee $1.00 eab

Te unwillUngness of -doctors to .serve in. rural areas ha fteni : .- Ola 'LMi l 0 deOts ~l; N A I e .i Ot ~dh
tempted .thdse in *'authority to-think of resorting to some form- of .. -
pry4.i, ,-pos ya l M di en-- ---t q-. -. o liml sw --- .
co""p h 'a',it sal 4t .Mas- e ." Gera"niums, T um'p.etb .mbeniO-er..- "
Sto 'offe special 'schilrship : to students 'of medical college es. ion- -o 1
condition.t thahe ecipients woild lerve in ite rural areas r MINIMUM ORDER$-
Sa specific period 'oni completion .-t their studies. Thls scheme
itself .was said.to have been ;evolved d ian accep.able alternative FIor wer attitudes tropical pants
to- the more dratic: suggestion of the 'Medical' Council-of India
that-only those who undertook to work. for-three years in villages a Ini t CHATELET ES b LES .
Would be admitted in medical colleges. While the-Madras G verni- 7 P a
Sment felt that the 'Medical .Coincil's ccheie of cmpulsion eight .-:' a.,, Pos


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SA tree-week English-teaching' apted iundir the new program.
seaun arwiill open Auiusft7 at -in addition:the're will be guid--i
'the Haitian-Ambrican Inititute, ed individual work on pronoun-
: Jointly sponsored by wthe M- ciation, with tse, of a language --
istry Rof -Eductioir aidi.the Hait laboratOry-prMided: by the. U.S.
n-A.nerican. Institute, the.'semi- Naval lsio i-: ..
nar. is open to all Haitian Leach-: .
er of English, whether i n'iu.-: oripjleting 'the seminal prog--
:blie'or private .schools.' -.- '' ra'ill be a cultural hour each
iJ Registration will be held Au- evening, including'several .lect- i
gust 1-s.vith classes schedulI irtres on Africa and American
every' week-day there a ft er ihterest- there. Scheduled to talk .
through August 25. ..- on Africa are personnel of four
-Coining to. Haiti especially for Embassies: The British, French,
the seminar are two Americian Lieriaii, and American.
specialists in language study; There will also be a series of
br Richard-Krogh and Miss lectures on American jazz by -
Gloria Wasiliewsky. They will Mr Franiz Willeke of 'the Ger- -"
.conduct seminar classes along man Legation, '
with Institute Director Dr. John A certificate of attendance will
Wonder and Mr James Oberstar, be given 'each teacher upon corn-
language instructor for the U.S. pletion of the seminar.
Naval- Mission.
The introduction this fall of CAPT. EIZEE OFF 10
new textbooks and a revised ENGINEERING FORT...
English. teaching program for
Haitian schools gives-added em- Captain George Elizee, an En-
phasis to this year's seminar. gineer in the Haitian Army, left
Teachers attending the semi- Thursday for a six month offic-
nar will riot only have- an oppor- er's _course in Engineering at.
tunity to become familiar with Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
the new texts, but also to prac- Captain Elizee's trip was ar- '
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completed. ed in landing-on the; moon.
First the Apollo spacecraft.
will be flown in earth-orbit. The development of-the ApcJlo
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space crew training as well as will require the solution, of many
testing the aircraft in a space scientific and tech ndlogical .._-ro- -
environment and gaining much blems.
greater knowledge of that envi- These flights ,around the e4rth
ronment. and -moon will logicalleyl.ea,:ib
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ned landing-on_ th~-moon. '.
j In the launch "rea, idN eate.
ONVILLE ,Tprotectfo will have- to-_ 'p
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plosion .and against the- ttAem f.-'-ti.-.~ l' .
dbuos noise th at will be generated st hr. requir, eat -. --consier S each cu 1
b& ithe huge .rocket engines. The studYa before m a.i.. anB tj $ pe.enevi m -
spacecraft .wifl, of course, be- can 'be' achieved. 'DtY. % 't h1 ..
provided with ani escape- system answersi ~-~i liacktig- o.e n..fl.fi-er.
to allow- it to be-ejected.' 'fi pljied. oligoh:-or so hIr. f .Lf c od*M ,siaf krcftlF
.ye- only 7minu6e the booster and carided- to a, ellit and .probe;p an. :C
PORT-AUPRiLE :saeL C.distance. Such an. escape effects. of the arious i s of 'dfa
system must function- reliabt radiati on ivilThg `'es- e n. e're ri--16 enrh
iev3s,o3e in at' all spe es up-to the boonitfer -ye to be determined. ...: -the spacecraft m t ain
.. ..i burn out velocity of.25,-00 miles. .Durigztig t.5Ut.d_''I,- tg .,
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of wings, however, will make
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tional airplane-type landing In-
stead, a landing using para-
chutes or similar devices, will
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ce g5. JCIICL enera Ile ir v r-
ceron fixed a scale of monthly
contribution of his officers and
men at: four dollars for Colunel,
three dollars for Majors and
Captains, two dollars for Lieute-
nants, enlisted men twenty cents
and rural policemen ten crnts.
Members of the Unicameral
legislature voted to donate ten
dollars of their monthly salaries
to the construction of Duvalier-
ville.


"A basic' point,"- declared the
energetic Minister of Tourism
Deputy Victor Nevers Constant,
"wouldcbe the establishment of
a credit society."

The full cooperation- and' help
of the ODVA was promised by
Director Roger L. Constant. De-
puty Louis Jeune of the district
recommended a tourist policy
for St Marc by fully exploiting


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L UVALLERVILLE h S o 1 : th,
( ad from page ) Its nearby beaches d sea fish- tr t who
(Continued from page ) proposed that tqtton growing in ing.. patron of the St .lir y..phw5y'
the are be res ed on a arrge- be emd on a having .renewed ,their. ?-ieni,
mites de Coordination des Tra- scale to help St Marc's econo- M Reinbold at the endof the instruimeris:. seeral .years -ag
vaux de Construction de Duva- my. He pointed out that in Ihe meeting called for .,the election attended the meeting'along w'%h,
li'rville" was set up this week past 'cotton had' help support the of a "ommittee hhBg w ith the pieai of, the Lt..arc civil
0on the Ave Marie Jeanne in the town and that 'with cotton many prepari.nga general' .po.lithd court. "
Position City .to receive con- of the town's problems -would be '
tidbutions. Deputy Luckner Cam- solved." .
brtnne is' the Chief coordination
of the office. i He also pointed 'out the -im-
portance of Cooperatives in a
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S- -The Rond-Point Buteai, res-
taurant opened this week a lar
cry. from its predecessor.
Closed down -for. more than a
year, -the Rond Point is new in
every aspect except for its fine
old dishes, a creole cuisinp that
has been the hallmark .)f the
Buteau -restaurants for more than
t.vo generations.
SCompletely airconditioned. the
..restaurant has been. tastefully
j&(fd'orate(d"by top. Haitian artists.
.; large drapes :.keep the "sun's
:a 'l. aft6rnoon glare from perne-
g the dining-room.--Music-
o-eaF-by, classical, soothing not
in competition with conversation,
issues from a hidden hifi.

Added to the smart, -.ool ilte-
rior. are ,well arranged plants.
Max-..Buteau and his .ife have
iugiht forth the.old specialities
-. tft Buteau. resiaurants- such
as'Tassot, Griot,- aimingg L;bs-
tr etc. plus a larger choice of
Sdls and sandwiches.
.;ri'-usmnssmen they. have a
', -. ena du. jbIr whi-kh is
un. a ched h city -


Butch Ashton as -anager
launched the restaurant tis
week with success. The r-anage-
ment feels. it is better to..have
a restaurant over-staffed than
have a customer wait-urnnecess-
arily so the Rond Point will be-
come noted also or its grod
service.

OAS Economist In Port
4 -
Mr .Heraclio'A. Lombardo, an
econoinst-.: of .Organization of
American: ;States; spent a week
here investigating the'possibii-,
ties of the rural.econoimy of this
country. He contacted all the-or-
ganizations able to furnish him
informations- about the develop-
ment of the econqmy-of the ru-
ral areas.

He visited the projects .'f OD-
VA accompanied with Agronom-
ist Gabriel Nicolas, General-Di-
rector 'of Agriculture Depart-
ment ai.- and collected irmipori-
ant statistics. Before he left
Haiti, he :iet ,Minister Andre
Theard.


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"-Boaomercai mt. Gets
Bran Here
Duvallerville, July 23 (SID)-
The Boonmercaimant a British
flag. vessel, arrived at Lafiteau
today and loaded a cargo of
bran and shorts from the Carib-
bean Mills (Frour Mill).

HAITIAN -PRIESTS
RETURNING
Some papers report that three
Haitian priests of Congregation
du Saint Esprit will come bark
very soon to the country. They
are: Reverend Fathers Bajeux,
Dejean" and .Pereira.
ST.MARC COMMITTEE
The committee for th n Renova-
tion of Saint Marc is formed
with Deputy Arnoux Louis Jeu-
ne; -Mr Chesnel Guignard. Nath-
an Abramovich, Rode, Georges
Reinbold, Salim Attie, Saieh and
Joe The.venin.

VACATION CAMP
S FOR WORKERS
60 workers are now enjoying
their vacation according to a
program established by Labor
Department: 30 at Kenscoff and
30 at Mahotieres. The vacation
will last 10 days for each group
and at the end of the period
another group will be chosen.
There is an innovation this year,
the vacationists, don't stay in
one place -all the time; every
Sunday there is organized an ex-
cursiih.
NOBBE-BONDEL GET
.LAND RIGHTS
Bar-Restaurant Nobbe-Bondel
will become landowner of the
position it occupies since the law
authorizing the sale has been
passed by Legislative-Charbe-r.
The cost is $3,000 and-this money
goes-.info the Tourism develop-
ment fun4 -

LAVINIA INVITED
AT KINGSTON
Lavinia Williams his been in-
vited by University College of
WVest-Indies and Knox College
to visit Jamaica, and .tQ discuss
questions in relation with music
and theater, art Hd.l0andr ogra-
phy. Lavinia will give dancing
lessons to the student.
Her stay will be of one month
and she will leave Port au Prin-
ce on August 2nd.


SUMMERTIME IN HAITI

- SPRINGTIME ATTHE-


Chatelet de la Montagne Noire

P6tion-Vil e !-.Haitf (W. )
BEYOND WORDS BUTi.NOT BEYOND
"- YOUR BUDGET
From may 1st to Dest: S 15.00 A DAY
BREAKFAST & DINNER -INCLUDING A CAR
EVERYTHING WQINERFOiL ABOUT HAITI
S is more so at
THE CHATELET DE LA MONTAGNE NOIRE
EVERY ROOM WITH -A-VIEW
. Monthly Accomodations At Reasonable Prkie
-EVERY ROOM WITH A PRIVATE TRACE'


TI Joseph ]

Dewitt Peters is in BadensBaden, Germany to see the important
"Nalf painters" (Das naive Bild der Welt). George Lautand
Croix des Boutauets is the only sculptor to show more than five
his works at this important German exhibit... Gladys Bogat
nier leaves today to take up her duties in Miami as Haiti's Vict.
Cmmsul. The daughter of Fortune Bogat, Gladys, is a graduate o
Barnard College, New York where she specialized in diplomacy.
and international studies... Former Public Health Minister Dr. Car.
lo Bloulos flew to Miami this week to assist his father's operation.'."
Fritz Viala division chief at Fiscal Dept. of the BNRH returne&.j
from seven month specialized study in Washington... The ret need,
ed police protect to leave the football field after the Monaca-llaiti:
match Wednesday night as some oi the high spirited public figured
he had sold out to Prince Bainer and Princess Grace's rich little .
Principality. One fan summed up the slight margin of defeat 4-3;:'3
"bor pa'm nou gain match ha". "Blanc soti jusqu'en Europe pon'
nous baillo young belle lesson".. .

Mrs Joyce Van Meer is home from spending a month in Wash-
ington visiting with 'her family... Katherine Dunham has changedI
the big show nights at Leclere from Friday and Saturday to WedAd:
esday and Friday... Nicole Catixte became the first Haitian woman-.
to be sent to the U.S. by the American Naval Mission. Nurse in
the Armed Forces Miss Calixte will do specialized training (also'"
learn English) at Anacosta in the District of Colombia and at St.L-
Albans, New York... Mr and Mrs William Ellis of the American.
Embassy gave a seven to eleven cocktail party at their villa in
Bourdon Thursday night attended by more than five score friends...
.The Brass off the SS Boxer travel with their own black chewies...






Lavinia Willams
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HAITIAN INSTITUTE OF DANCE
-PROUDLY ANNOUNCES -
A DAILY SUMMER DANCE COURSE,

ANNOUNCES FOR THE FALL TERM COURSES IN

L-OLASSIC BALLET
2.-MODERN BALLET
3,-1WrDERN-TEC-GIH QUQE (Martha Graham,
Hanya Holm).,
4.-J-AzZ .AND TAP DAIN E ." -.
5.--BAJLROOH -
6.-T-ACHIER'S 'TRAINING
7.-OHOR'EOGRAPHY OF CLASSICAL REPER-I
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BA ALL.T", '"LES SYLP DEB", etc.
8.-SPECIAL CI ASES FOR SMALL CHILD- .
REN AGES 3 TO 6 YER-OLD.
SCHOOL LOCATED
On the Champ de Mars; next to Rex Cafe -

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(Continued from the last edition) 2) Investigatiori of road traf-
b)-RAILWAY TRANSPORT- fie (Bulletin No. 6, Sept.
ATION 1952)
Transportaticv by railway is 3) Coastal trade in Haiti (Bu]-
very difficult to collect statis- letin No. 1-1, Sept. 1954).
tics on. Although the National
Railway Company of Haiti fur- We should mention, finally.
nishes regularly the number of that the Haitian Institute of Sta-
passengers and the volume of tistics has just participated in
freight conveyed, from a statis- the latest Seminar, organized
cal point of view, it is almost at Santiago de Chile from the
impossible to reckon the num- 10th to the 28th of October on
ber of passengers or the number Industrial Statistics. Haiti,
of tons by kilometers, as the through two of her delegates,
distances effectb'ely covered by followed with interest the de-
the passengers and freight are bates relating to the projection
never indicated by the company. of the industrial census of 1963.


c)-AIR TRANSPORTATION
Air traffic has not been ne-
glected. From the internal point
of view, the number of passeng-
ers conveyed following the itin-
eraries, and the total weight
and the number of kilos, follow-
ing the type of the parcels, can
be seen on the tables in the bul
letin; from the international
point of view, the arrivals and
departures of planes and pass-
engeis are also published.

IV.-SPECIAL STUDIES RELA
TING TO TRANSPORTATION
In the transportation field, the
following studies have been
made:
1) Transportation and Comm-
unication in Haiti (Bulletin
No. 1 July 1951)1


V.-THEMES TO BE COVEP-
El IN THE PROGRAM OF
THE INDUSTRIAL CENSUS
OF 1963
The following items have been
provided for the industrial cen-
sus of Haiti:
1)--Establishment
a Name -
hi Location.
")-Enterprise
-at Legal situation.
3)-Production
a) T.pe of product
b) Quantity.
4)-Raw-Material
a) Type of material
b) Quantity
c) Value
d Oigin
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a) Number b W),altWe : ".; .- r- er. '" -
.b) Icoiomic function *Admin- 8)-~J sa taiBraa e" "- I.list l-, -
is.T-ative, iprducdve) a) Tyge,, It is important fr the d epart.-
c, Category of employees t t of. Commerce- and Indus.
1) Proprietor, 2). family wor.k. e try to le al measure i -' -f
ers.. 3 residing employee, i 9 qu$ipM ~ m ht and "Ma;iln ert;td: pr"pate a list of al-indu -
office employees) technicians, a) Type of Mac.ipe trial and commefoia[ establishW'. .
6) laborers, 7) apprentices; 8) b) tf -mens istingi H
number of hourg- per laborer. c .uey-..', : operjqi w ni- k.'ea.r. a' A
-6)-Employme n t Salaries d) Trinsportation machinery' industrial and comme cial. ce.i"
a) amount of th salary by ca- e) Constrdetions sus. projects .- .
tegory 10)-Expenses he industrial stabtstics- pul'
7)-Electrical energy a) Taxes, duties ished in the quarterly bulletin
S-. of the Institute are collected 'ril'
f w///// //////////f//fl / //f -- g gularly and- are bound- .fo'any i
"'- ':ndustrii 'and cirmmerceal cer"-
-MEN'S sIiRTS "sus-of Haiti.
SCARVES I.-CONCILJISION '
Haiti is therefore maliig all'
-HANoKERCHIEPS efforts to -maintainrr her stati-'
S. tics-gathering 'of. the -actiities
S" at tle. same level as thel.. q ;
countries 'oT the Americas. .
s- AP has completed :her c census -of-
1950, published and analyzedAthg-,
S. results afid already taken all
es te is for a second census tZat
L JBE J I I" will be made in the second week,;
Sof August, 1962. ,

She. is highly interestedz-in
NuM creating a list of the commer-
SD Ess.es cial and industrial establish-
N -BLOUSES m ents in: order to -~cc6mplish
regularly, s all other countriv,
an .ndustfial -cei us.
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..A- the data..gathered. S~Ymy
Country: nly .aim- at allb 'ing it
to woork for its .economic dove-
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53.55.Rue duQuai- m"ent of 'e living sistdardw-
its inhabitants. ;--- '"
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Sand delivered in 24 hou;s'. Joseph V.:. ERR S
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binQly curte Watr St pag
R.rsistant ..rumois 'of- a prob- "La Plaine des. Gonai es '
abl':,;,shut.'.'down of -SEDREN's will' take- about four 'months t
o p.-prWto in in. Haiti 1 ed us c o nip L et- thelostallation
Sto:,Cogtgct the ..ranagemTt. .of pumps, pipe- line and-,fhe cor
this corppany.,3v wh c .-wa s lihd strucioh-ol,' the- reservbirs,-Pucd
enough Jo infoin. s of, their. a- project..will' cost abou't$300,00(
present, difficulties. I takes In ,the ,meantime, in -6le'r to ,-r
seven h'tunded gallons .of .wat- duc'e its losses,' E .D EN i
er ,~jFr&iI nute to .th co: .cofitelled- to lay o ff 'iomedta
ce rii n -plant' T4e la.CK of i k u ib o er.niployees as
r ai .ty. ea m M -n TLr- to' send .ck.P.f. rIy ,ini -kf
to -.thet. heat- l, i a eialists wll'b piepace d
.onli iWna fe. ou. e y. e aians,9..: ,'r'.'
7The .d-y- dloseosl.d.tbe. rHpa .r -
.q, steda4ly inc e'" h '" ,hp despite the ract that .after
arq,;.steadily increasing -thy
S .... ".y "-'. -ears 'of Poersistlnt-, wor]k gedre
exg g.Id. ......'t., ias so -far made oinlylS o -hi!
Vs. Wi.i'im :a'In e Ofxman nents of concentrate -, oppe
Consolidated- :alliwell L-ti; -:Ca -.Sedren directors have cohfidenc
niaBd),;: T ihoma-Kennedy, Geor- in tbWt future 6 tthe hininig i
ges-.Toower and Glefi -Banks of dustry pn Haiti. They hope -t
Cofinehtal- Cpper (USA), ass- find very soon' a-solutionto th
ist~a'dl;b;Engineer. Remy 'Iemoi- pioblemns n lto. t n e. a defini
ne'a-aie wo6rking- tboard a-' sopl- stait 'thinks tdfi.th colaboratio
tio bt- this vataeir-supply' prbbi- of .the'-vdiout governimeiit di
em.: They are contemplating the partment- and the good will .o
possibility of getting water from everyone.
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IN FINE SHAPE
S The Kenscoff road has never
i been in such good condition and
many motorists now communt-
ing from the city to the cool
resort town can be heard voicing
their praise for the P. W. Dept.
S and Techint who did the repair
Work.

The road is also better policed
than ever before. The police
keep a close check on Taptap
over-loading and prevent obs-
tructions such as rocks and
building material from remain-
ing for long on the road.



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Sweet & Sour pork.

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CHANGE IN THE Alts


Transformation Of The Village Of Dezeau


By Edgar LAFOREST

The Artibonite at first Fight,
presented a tableau of a huge,
poor, primitive, undeveloped val-
ley with Malaria bearing mos-
quitoes, swamps here and Ihere
in barely abandoned areas,
"caille pailles", trails meander-
ing off to nowhere. Th:s was the
valley of yesterday.

Today, as one can see -t,
change is ih the air. Difficulties
which .at first seemed insur-.
mountable, were overcome by
the accomplihments of the acl-
ual Management of the ODVA,
as outlined in their progrlmn of
Agricultural and Rural Develop-
ments.
The actual head of the (tga-
nisme de Developpement de !a
Vallee de I'Artibonite, able Ro-
ger K. Cantave, who is not a
figurehead pounding the iavel,
works painstakingly hand in
glove with his competent ;id
devoted assistants to realize a
series of important projects aim-
ing to the improvement of health
and living conditions ol ihe in
habitants within the Artibnite
Valley.

Among their many recent
achievements, the village of De-
zeaux, not far from the Rice
Mill at Bois-Dehors~ has teen
chosen as the landmark for other
villages to be reconditioned,
when all its thatched and np.ddy
shacks are broken down to be
replaced by decent homes to ac-
commodate the hard-working
peasants of the region.

Fifteen of the projected Forty
modern homes, are being com-
pleted now, and will be ready
by the end of September, rext.
Moreover, a Club-house and a
public square are also under
construction and will be achiev-
ed before the end of the yeai.
Besides, all land owners of the
region will join into an
agricultural cooperative society
which will operate a cooperative
store for supplying provisions,
household goods, clothing, etc.
at as lowta price as possible,


for the benefit of the comrau-
nity.
Most of the people in the sur-
roundings was reluctant to be-
lieve that such projects could he
so easily realize. Now, t's a
"fait accompli". And turn-coats
have stopped their gossip-mong-
ering to acknowledge tthe efforts
made in connection with 'so posi-
tive a contribution to the eco'.o-
mic and social welfare ot the
people, in accord with the '?ro-
gram of Agricultural, Rural and
Social Development of the Com-
munity worked out by -he -lan.
Dr. Francois Duvalier, Presid-
ent of the Republic.

In consideration of the above,
the actual Administration of the
ODVA deserves warm commen-
dations for their courage and
patriotism in the accomplish-
ment of what we may cill: "An
Act of Social Justice."



National Lottery Has
New Prize Monies

The Administrator of the rNa,
tional Lottery has increased the
amount of the second and third
prizes and added a fourth ptize
of $1,000. The number of tickets
is also increased; they nre now
33,000 instead of 30,000. Beside
that, at the drawing a last
chance is given to_ buer.- of
tickets: the "BOULE DOC DU-
VALIER" of $140.00.

The decision of Mr Biectcn Na-
zaire, the General Mdnager of
the L.E.H. wag welcomed by the
great mass of peop'c- ruuning
after that chance every fifteen
days. -


tNEW SAUT-D'EAU CUREF
OLD ONE AT CATHEDRAL

Reverend Father. l venture
has been designated by-- the
Apostolic ..Regent, Mgr Claudius
Angenor as Cure of Sautd'Eau
to replace Father Jean-Noel,
newly appointed Cure of the 'Ca-
thedrale of Port au Prince.


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citckfi it full Of Thri,
S .. ,Haiti's 'National country Sport

The.din.n is: worse than at a There's no program. An ani-.
football game' because the yell- ouncer tells the names of !he
ing, is continuous. The suspense birds about to fight ald the
is iere-straiing', because many farms on6 whi6h they were rais-
a nt'ea-dea'contestaht suddenly eQ Since, fans .know 'the hreed-
klls'his-a. i-fresh adCersary, er; this is sufficient.
And,. th bIettlrfgo-dds .chanbi b '/
the'~,odS ':frodgHout, the-fight. T.ere are favorites among
jn sends sports-ra- giecocks. just as., there 're
yjtians nto a frenzy.- Thin- among race horses. l any .a bird
r-ts. may not enjoy lives; to fight as. ma' as five
a i hel-'death between' tliri. One-La Panterki Negra-l
,.qcori t s, even it they're in Cuba.'was .famous-for having
..t.ut?- like a bullfght, .won a.$2,006 purse. .Minimum
e.'ast-movifigc sidect- purse for a fight varies hero.
adthey'll 'never forget.-
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Cog d'Or,--in. downiown Pal-
niste section 'of the Exposition,
ccommaodates two huridred peo-
le insteep-,tiers of seats ris
ng around :a circular fighting

rdrm: $0.50 to ,$1.50. They run
Higher on other days when pro-
its go to the breeder.
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must be evenly matched: The&ir
spurs, sandpapered to' a' needle
point, must'also be.e.xactly- the
sane length.: Owners .have been
:kinoiv to -take' the: spurs.of a
dead- wariorti aid clip .tliehm to
a. bid wiibse own arb.'too short.
SThe gamecbcks are examined
by the' ring boss just before the


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Gamecocks, however, have ihe
tenacity of a bulldog. Both may
fal- to the ground exhausted but
still try to give each other a
knockout blow on the head -At
this stage, the referee begins to
time them in ,three second per-
iods, the idea being that if, dur-
ing that time, one neither rises
nor fights back ,he loses.'Often i
neither bird gives up. It sime-
times reaches the point where"
owners must pick up their birds
and hold them beak to beak. If
one tries to strike the other, he's
proclaimeki the winner.


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from his Riviere Froide farn.


IDENTITY PHOTOS
PASSPORT PHOTOS
Meanwhile the screaming in DDEVELOPING.
the stands is as fierce as the EN ARGEMENTS
fight. Haitians shout their bets R PROD C O
across the ring to one another, REPRODUCTIONS
their word being bound. As the Fastest Service In Town
fight progresses odds may des-. Ave Marie-Jeanne, No. 5
cefd from $8 to $20, to 20 cents -ite de4'Exposition
to a dollar. ..
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a -dhad. chicken, bettors will
sometimes, stick-to him, often -
to be rewarded by.one of those '- -.
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for, strength ; and.. .endurance.
W-heni a bird, runs around the7
ring several times,' t urn.m ng
quickly now and then to peck
his pursuer, he, is runmiing-to tired
his opponent, experts point out.
But.. if.he runs.. without j'eeking,
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-:800 CARREAUX, OF LAND RECOVERED
AND DISTRIBUTED TO PEASANTS


.-Throughout the Artibonite' :lai 300 at Pinson. The lat
: peacefully and under' the watdh. belonged to' ex-Mirtist
.fi@ control of civilian anff m:l. Magloire, brother of
.tary authorities alerted. ,byla' Paul 'Magloire. As, so
'Excellency the President of tl' ,peaka.td are reinstalle
i' Republic for the full protection property, agronomists
'; "of the surveyors, a. through seeds and water-ivill
agrarian reform is now nder- their disposal to im
way. The recuperation of pers- Value of these lands.
ant lands appropriated a few
years ago by influential people This decision of the
backed by governmental spheres State is very helpful
is now in process, agriculture and will
tenfold the crops, be
During the past fifteen days, peasant is more inte
eight hundred carreaux (a car- cultivate his own field
reau is around 2 and a half work on the farm of p
acres) were distributed: ?00 at had stolen his property
Grande Desdunes, 150 at Trois (From "Le Matin",
Rivieres, 150 at Bois Dehors and and 24th 1961).


ter portion
er Arsene
President
on as th'e
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be put'at
prove the


Chief of
to Hailian
increase
cause the
rested to
Is than to
people who
vy.
July ._23th


MINISTER LEVEOUE ;u S. -, 1 R
Enginee'- Louis R.- eyequie; vey-and rinUmSt i '. tl
.Secretary of State. of Public comnpled'd y the *Meissfer FEng..
Works, Transportation a'd. Coin, Inc.."Certainly. this' tiip'is' a ,ls "" t ',
munjcatiois flew to U n ite d Kelated to the ;project 'of "our ': Mr''iAntonio' Andre- ,iQent:.,
States, July 22.. hydro-electric .plait :to be 'esta- Director of- the' Nationhal EBn
According to the opinion of the blished at Peliire Dam," the' Le 'the, public of- Haiti U i-wll
dailies, Minister Leveque's trip' Matin suggested. the- USA .i order,' t.joi-. i hei
is in connection with the 'com-rn- "Le -Jour"' stated Minister of Committee presided,; oyNer.bj
pletion' of southern road--Port-au- Commerce. Mr Cl'ovis' Desinor nister. Desiiior" w'ich;is intet-.,
Prinde and Les'Cayes.--The-sur- and Advisor 'of 'the Couir Suriete d' in firiaiinal riiatterkn.. in c.p-,"
rieure des' Comptes, Mr Massil- hectionr. wiihthe U.S .Aid' Pog-
HOUSE FOR RENT 'ABOVE Ion Coicou have been in -Wash- ram to Latin ;Aie ica 'peortHig
PETIONVI.LE ington 'for the past week for the to circles, 'ordinarily' ell- .pi,
A beautiful house 3 mlnates same purpose. .. .. med. -.
from Peton\ille on the nmi- n.dii-,
road for rent. 3 bedroom, Caribbean ConstrCetion Co. S
bathrooms, a large Ivingrooni. Builders Of The Miit vr .Cit&1 ;..
etc. Excellent water supply. Aa I
For details see: J.B. at Po- Gen.' M nager:Gerard.;HEAR
ice Headquarters. Phone: 3955. P. 0. 0B 28
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Sixteen Graduate At Ecole Hoteliere
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Sixteen students of Ecole Hole-
liere received their diploma last
Thursday terminating two years
of study and a special gaining
period of three months. The cere-
mony was presided over by Mr.
Jules Blanchet, first Conseiller
of Cour Superieure des Comptes,
in the absence of Minister of
Labor and Social Welfare, Mr.
Kersaint. The graduation add-
-ress was made b. Maurice 1 iau-
taud, the Hotel School dLrentor.
He pointed out the problem of
graduated students who can't
find jobs because of the 'nem-
ployment crisis. The President
of Hotel School Students Asso-
ciation, Mr. Benoit Fer-


til talked about the importance
of scholarships to be granted to
students in order to round off
their studies abroad.
A reception follow wed the
speeches and guests had a chan-
ce to appreciate the excellEnt
cuisine of the Hotel School.

The new graduates are: Janny
Wainight. Syhain Francois Be-
noit Fertil, Murat Souvenir, Car-
melle Richard, Andre Bellanron,
Marthe Myrthil, Edith Eliacin.
Raymond Fritzberg. Bernadette
Desir. Yolande Dubois, Lauren-
ce. Metellus. Huguerte Leon. Ma-
rie-Claire Rouzier, Marie-Rose
Alexandre, and Ewald Henry.


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ctk b" -tfk. _t .. son.Is l it !. :eedy .-and..ith -idi 11iy1 The work plan is-. directed '
";qt" ..rct h'" -el :way. to.A ian eduea- ihroughl a "work committee."
., ,-,i., :tion;.._ This is made up of two or three ';
.aaseoce up. ,s. ,---- ....- '- -- faculty advisers, two ,student
4 ottBackb-ur ,r Gaduanes comi ba .-o lacl- The wora k plan.was-sow-suceess- work mariagers. -obe for -men >,'
.fro.._"e ira itad"_ -int wi~itlhp ide '- laat-:it.'became the distinct- -a'nd. one for-women-- and eight
eldo dl ".tth.allf dormitory. or-.ive,-mrk-of the college and one --student 'work .heds."- Each
'd :l e-t.:t w 'ieh cacsro~i building :tid clin whic .how no, signs: being work head is in charge. of Lasks:
bi l e eEv~e,.t :, ,ha't my yal. I lai (ose' abandoned. In this -day ro spit:-bto be done-in one.of eight areas:
.mp,. ;-.... .,- o de evotes teen s.:::-o.:..-. :.-b, ailing~ education-costs,-. Blackburn kitchen, dining room, -laundry;
S -CalinIr .'.- .Ma.ny Amrica. .college stud- officials are 'proud that they are heating plant, student center."-:,i
construct, the buldgs, e- -n take pa.rttime jobs' to earn. abLe. t&. keep tilition-comparativ- construction, and men'i and wo-.-
i.... Eas ... -.ab lltapumbg ...,ecta p of he.ir expenses, arn at .el' low .b means of- the.. work knen's janitor service.;.
,estf, Stt frtai" iv ting id r t ementf.'or'""-fTw -college classesiae. alter-- plan. Parent', trying o 'finafee' -
the wldr .. the idewaks, hey pat' the -:nated withwork experience The college educations foa their 'chil- -The student work heads ad'
fIcr ,B.leHI lkbirn annWll addkeeep, tosd'.-. alys. Blackburn. approach .iss .tq help dren, welcome the plan. And ie managers must ensure that su-
IvPW0 ..M s s oial-) ol' sc, .bed' le They do Ib ~ I.'t.-- st ude.ntd "work their thiigh th gh studehits discover a new dimen--dents fulfill their work sched'-:
in me Fa o nladca the am clege ad to keep operating snto ollege..euationr. ules and obtain substitutes if
uild j.~ear-:: hose' (so~s.-,od :.f 'Some oWJ -em_ -~dsts at.Wa--m6ip um by.uitihing they are ill or absent. They also ,
n pt,' -of iie, a se as -ecretarles,' raas student la, bor-. Thisunique wiirk- I.For -the spirit -at-Blackburn is are responsible for maintaining ...
d, basc eraarts d -uca .or .faculty assisthts.-Cond pla .was'bo.-o. economic ne-_ like thal-efa-family whose mem- a hikh quality of performance,' '
s rhe g4-ofkevery stet ther oo ffs -at Blaburn c ity forty-eight jyearsagb.' bers work tog their touild and and'three times' year must
zlakbips-inique. argq.raisedb t'Udentpn -tu- until 1912-Blackburn College keep their own honie. All stud- grade students who work in their
\as built, brick oI brick i: dnts'.tok se- the eal was a ve il- liberaLarts ents cooperate irr a dynamic areas.
e edtleits ltnnselss. ,-theF colln e din~ ig room' .and, Ile gelyri jocal i its inre' community effort, sharing the
-:L-..,, 'ince.T'lhat year' -inared the joy of production and the pride Members of the work commit-..
gining-AL of DEf illiai .M. 6of achievement. tee are chosen each spring by
Hudeoiis '33-year-ture-~ h as. -pre- a competitive system of tels' ':
I- pnF-'`of the olege and of There are -no social walls, al- and tryouts. Before the op .nng
"Blackb urn' piendmeii growth;- though .today's .students come' of school in the autumnn, every: .'..
S ..- TlieHe werec orly -."thirty-five- from all.kinds. of homes, -rich as 'Blackburn student makes three,
-.students- tid t6 b school iwas "is well as :poor. No sor-brities or choices of jobs to which li.
'grek- "' %"d'dic '. In an fraternities build a favored class, would like to-be assigned. The..4
S:effort.o.. sae. thie -hool, a iork .and wotkinjg- bears :.no stigiha -committee then has the gigent- .
Vlan. i isfa{d 's- aad. to "because everyone orks. Camp- ic task of "matching" nearly, '
biig. t students whq.o otherwi-e us heoes are not the' football 400 students' to jobs.
obuld iit ffor o .led col- players or ,the- socially poised,
eg: -but. those who .best- discharge Blackbuirn gives a -liberal edu-.
: -bau ght imtre--itudents< their responsibilities-to the tol- cation in personal responsibility -i
nd lsoought Iibre fiian-. lege -communit; and 'community effort that trains
,.'iia ust M-any .nen who .-" hands in-skill, reveals executive
-had'bi n tooo pr- to inafirce a -In addition to thb: faculty, .ability, and stresses the spirit-
olle~. :e. _laf- foi n themi lves there are only nine professlonals- ual:-value of shared Tvork. 'this -
ee-eagdr-to th e welth."a on:.'the Blackburn .staff to do-way of learning is a way of -
-rth ".o successes wifbM :a o ll 'the work of building anid 'life, and it is based on the phi- -
g oe- t1C-i hf.Pn e. mnintaining-a -college. The rest Tosophy -that "What's worth hav- '-
Sis done by studea. ng is wbrth working for."

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NEW U.S. ARMY

MAN FROM

SINGAPORE OLD


HAND OFF


TO TUNISIA

Master Sergeant John N Il re-
dericksen has arrived in Port
au Prince from Singapore to
join the office of the United
States Army Attache in Haiti.
Sergeant Fredericksen s a ve-
teran of World War II service
in the Philippines and Japan.
Since World War 11 he has
seen service in Indonesia, Ethio-
pia and Singapore.
With Sgt. Fredericks-n in
Haiti are his wife Shirley and
two children Thomas 7, and Nan-
cy, age one.
Warrant Officer Everctte rTor-
ns whom Fredericksen replaces
is leaving Port au Prince for
assignment in Tunisia.

HAITI TESTED

MONACO

(C(nntinued from page 1)
ed with two successive .,oals.
The Haitian side won the franh
praise of Monaco trainer Le
Due who said he .onsidened
them a surprisingly formidable
adversary.
Many fans believe Ihat IHaiti
did not loose but drew with Mo-
naco as they see no valid reas.
on for referee Bartheleiny Ar-
mand's annulling the masterful
goal by. Champagne in ile ]lth
minute of the second half. Chaia-
pagne shot a clean ,oil after
the Haitian side had complete
control over the ball for three
minutes.


PINCHINAT CITES .IAITI
AGRICULTURE NEEDS

(Continued from page 1) /our own unique lt
stock and poultry. --' ods", he said.
And the solution, he indicated; Much the same p
was improving the yield of Hai- confronted in im
ti's present crops. bean crop, he added
It is for this reason that he "However, in bet
is studying at Michigan State some pure lines. W
University, where, he said, be how to improve thi
intends to learn how to develop Using red kidney
higher yilds in Haiti's corn and example, Mr Pinchi
bean crops, crop present prod
One means of accomplishing black and blue va
these ends is through the care- the same plant. Th
ful use of weed killers and fer- color beans hurt the
tilizers. he added. Another cos- crop and must be s


sibility. which he said/is almost
unknown to Hgiti, is to the 2ro.
per control of moisture.
"Improper moisture cun:rol.
or the lack of it", he reported,
"causes of tremendous loss of
crops that are stored waiting
to be sold." He stated that he
has learned several methods of
moisture control in the U.S.
which are adaptable in Haiti.
Mr Pinciinat will rely heavily
on the statistical studies he has
pursued at Michigan State Uni-
versity.
"Much of America's aar-ic;l-
tural success can be traced back
to its use of statistics to find
new crop strains."
"Lines of figures -mean very
little", he added. "What have.
learned/ here is how to interpret
these figures and learn which
ones are significant."
He explained that his icontry
already has a number (if hyb-
rid strains, but unfortunately no
one know's exactly which slhains
have been cross-bred to produce
them.
."Our job now will be to isol-
ate the strain. Identify them and
then make controlled I.vbrid
strains. These will be stuted for
our own growing conditions and


"If we can prodi
that will give a ric
bean, we will impro
of the crop which
proves our agricul
my," he concluded.
Mr Antonio. Pinch
graduated in Agrono
National School of
Upon completion ol
in the United 'State
to be employed by
Department of Agri

OFF TO (
(Continued from

son, Regnor Bern
teacher of College
Maurice Guilloteau
Franck Fouche, L
ville, Robert Pratt,
Victor, ex-editor of
Luc Piverger, Jean
dor, Serge Ferius,
guste, former'Inspe
cation. Lelio Faublas
author of many edu
uals. Courtilien Cha
pector at Rural Ed
neau Pean, ex-direct
loric troup, Dariu
Raymond Barbgrous
rel, Cavout;-Deratou
ne Georges.


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['S N OT BY O UrI#ON

(Continued -frm page 5)-.
rinung mneth- ., ;
of a scholarship-with the .obligation.of .such service.somehqiAas
problems are considered first as less open to such objections.. I.is aklatit."or
iprovq ng the N- ,r,:
the gratification at thtthe Governrnent' have since revised'theiri Jews
ms we have" aad wisely decided to-drop even their, modified scheme- tch
e must learn contains an element of compulsion; -The reason given .fJr this
m." decision is that an increasing number of.ddoctors:,is likely.to be
beans as an available lor appointment as Assistant Surgeonris The inumberbuf
nat s"d tisil.
nat said is vacancies in the- Primary "Health Centresjs..also'e reporlt "lto
luces yellow -. :" ..., :-; .'.in
irieies fiom have come down fth'onl five to six, -so that, the Minisfer in-chwe
ie latter off- hoped that there would be no difficulty in .manning, them. -
value of the The problem may not be as simple as that"in. the lo-ng rTUi The
eparaled. number of Primary Health Centres shall have. to.: 6bincreasedto
uce u strain
uce a strain great extent if adequate facilities-for medical relidf:-wre (fAhe
h red, tasty It.-fo. eI
ve the value made available to the mass of -the population that's. living in the
ive the value
in turn im- rural areas. The number of doctors per million of'the- iur-alpppu-
tural tcono- nation isonly 25 as against 800 per million. in the urban' areas.,
Unless more doctors' can be persuaded.to 'ork in villages, suffer-
inat recently ing anid disablement from curable diseases .would continue: to take
:my from the a- heavy toll.- While it- isgood. t"'-eligeve\that. te o-. uitB0 .the
'AgrictLuure. Medical colleges diningg the next: few years wp.pre
Shis studies sent-shortage, a:" ld '-ter-m soluti .on wold -depend o'bility
! he 5cpects
s he expectsof the Government to create -attractive condftionst.o &tent
the Haitian .... 4-- .
culture. medical men of soime expfienqe t: settle down inA In-
centive .pay is useful,:bat- equally important' are pg
JONGO quarters,'electci.' -edutioi facilities for child i oon.
-page 6) The Madras Govrniment hav,-.a schemeJ for ptovirs

ard, ormer for the doctOrs-in charge of rfirnaiea]thbCe trs.a etion
and Lycee, for the construction .ol 112-puch building a: bee aepar'
, playwright trom the special payof t Rs. 00'-permonth. ;: The p ourse is
Leon Dorsin- to pursue this line..of approach. further. toQmae o Eh .
'Franck St '
Frank St. qualified medical nien to opt rIosevice" ivlla f
La" Phalange, --
-Marie es in terms of compulsion of-sorine-so or the
-Marie Mesi-- .r ... "o
Charles Au- Prie Minister himself -set'-the pace Iby r ea
- *'" 5 "- "u- ." '- wor'k- ".~' '
ctor of Edu- compulsioni t i makm'e -iedri a lduiW 'as
s, writer and for two or three years, '-'. re beipg-alwt s p ce
ucation man- in the urban areas. Apart .from;objecUons 'n"princile'to such
arles, ex-ins-
ues, a ex-ion imposition, it may be hardly fair. to the villagre-rs teiseljegto
education; La- ardly
tor of a folk-- unleash on them .inexperienced .-young -men,- tfsh -from oifg'
is Philocis, and suffering from a sense of. frustration at beihig orce't;to
sse, Rena So something against their wilh Such -doctors can hard be exp.
r anid: uge- to-do justice'"to their task. Though. Madras h-
to diop its. spihme qf col'i~lsi.gn,-iome otlef Statesjf0oi
seem to be still ..tyibg with quch ideas. '
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'.C f-:'*L"' T''i'aworn that eem ning.
Ii .--':" 1---' -i is y J-Joy -tur-ned3 o-niodeliing after
she -graidtate rtm nthe Ae n drican
Y ._. Acadeiy, of draiiatie art ivMis
r P lp. Wliamns, Mniter Monarch -GarmenAt Cobration Violette. She" acted "for some
Couseilor at the U.S, E.in iiy ia New York..'fl~:: hetv from timein simmer theaters. .
he.:e arrlvedSatu-diay from. a 2- SafiJuan,. hursday ;.for,'a 'hrel. -
month. actions in'. tlhe statess day visit. The Iwo -.idied6ie esis- Americari Accountant Aaron
with .mother lMael,. wife Ninette, ted oil the attempts to prevent Altmah and'- charming -londe-
sons George 14 and Hrbert-l I, them- from .coming --here,. the wife Sylvia, an art teacher from
. .,--' .... -Magic- Island is -so appeaNliafig New York are currezily visiting
Captain;: Axel Tousaln -.-'le- Wdrmi and; prettl,-: A";gnes and here. Sylvia teaches oil paint-
brated -is birthday onr July -27. Jby. conquered: the City. .'gnes ings. They-are delighted with
Captain-.Toussaint, is -un of the \"as 'a model-guest fo' .Simpore Hieiti. Aarn and.Sylvin made
most "symipathigue" officers. of Sssiie.- ab the. Night of Ioieli- their outings in company with
the forces Armeep d'Halit... ness at the El Rapcho Thuirday Mr; David Goetz-aphoto c&ie-
Agnes Impellizzer' and Joy night. Miss Impe~iezeri was sen- ra "Salesman from New York
Elaine Violette, twq moddels for national in the Vtwo dresses she and wife Shirley, Mr Jacob
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Goodman,. a lawyer from New wife Carolyn. Mr Lithnan is a.-
York and wife .lse,, teacherr. decorator and furnisher o. bot-
S.Migs Ruth M. Leach,-a regist- els. They were all from Miami).
ered nurse from. New York is Beach and took lodgings at the.
currently serving a three month El Rancho. ,
jertn at; the Hopital St Antoine
for the MEDICO in Jeremie.. -. The former summer house oi
-Dr Ripert Honorat and wife ex-President Magloire in abon-
Gertha and one-year-old daught- le is now lodging a quaint and
er Diane arrived Sunday. from homy Guest House-Bar-Kestau-
nrovia, Liberia; Ripert is a rant called LA CHATELAINE is
dentist. He has been living in The Get Together" for tlis sum-
Africa for many years. Elder mer. Its program of Thursday
son of Mr and Mrs Georges Ho- and Saturday nights are animat..
norat; Ripert is having a few ed by Ti-Pars and Marie Made-
week vacations with his parents. leine Marcel, two of the very
Dr and Mrs Constant HuUlant best Haitian artists.
flew,to Baltimore via tew York
last. Sunday. The Rond Point Cafe Restau-
MiU Alfred Dorce, General Di- rant is now like a new born
rector of the Post Office .lew child to ec-Major Max Buleau.
to Europe Sunday in -special This coquett" Restaurant %ill
mission for. the Government. He maintain high.the prestige ac-
was accompanied by his two quired. by Aux. Cosaques of
grand_ daughters Marie -Livie which the' flamed lobster was
Boucard 9 and Jedsie 8. le \illlisted in 1954-55 as the Seventh
stay. two months a\ay from Dish of the World.
home.
Certainly Ben Lithman 'ed a As Anne Rosselli wa, sheding
warm party here last week Tne tears of regrets to leave Haiti,
party included his wife Esther, beautiful and soft spoken F.mily.
Mr Arthur Steinfeldt, a mer- Le Donne. was hke a saddened
chant and wife Doris, Mr Ma- dove. She made a big effort not
nuel Luck( a truck dealer and to let her weakness he known.


terprise which we are happy to
-encour-age."-


Charming Anne
cher from Manr
ly Le Donne, a
rtravelling afonn'r


Said Gilbert just before he line Michaelsor
sailed: "It has taken me 11 keeper. They
years, to reach -this stage, and Choucoune Hote
it has meant lots of sacrffiks. -
But they all seem well .Worth BOCER
while. I am. confident- I can -(Continued I
now not only provide -a decent An aircraft Ca
standard- of living. for myself is described as
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ahattan and 1-.mi-
bookkeeper ,'ere. -'
with Miss Pau-
a, also a book-
were guests at
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rom page 1)
uarier. the Boxer
LPH-4 a U.S.


S -- -,.,. ,-' : anda ry pfmi.y out-can also Navy Assault Ampmhious ship
.: nke i ufef- contribution.. to and the Rankin is a Navy At-
;ady.to .ila fonr, e ih ii yi.-poposition. 'off te seas neaily-T64,0i00stealipg. The boat Jamaica's economy." tack Cargo ship.
triotoe-- fi4g vessel,. the -Jaica. For to years he has everything in the way -i .
W ip n1 iW-ymiouth in- -rked ith a trawling- Jleet at -equipment d ga dget that ';'"
th 4 'fEgland,\is a 32- Grimsby, -famous' fishig nort on would help to iodernize the Ja- .
y' i edJamaican fisherman Britafin's eat- ciast.- Then lihe maican fishing industry. e- Modern Haitia d Paintings -
ft,.A o,-l be. Chiin joied-'a'. Lotndon firm. of sOp The Jamaican Industril De- iiad: s
C .^I^') i .th^hirhm are propeder manufacturers and velopment Corporation -in'. Lon- P I ""N "
Gilber's brother-in-law tudied- coastal and astral niai- don, and Jamaica's Ministr -of- w .A
AlIredjIchel, ajso from Port gation' -'refrigeration,, and- the Agriculture and Land heard of
Anrtoniqfranindtre yoting Engi- operation of diesel engines. Gilbert's enterpriser and have GALERIE PINCHINAT I
ishme!n bond- -for' Ned, 7earand, Throughout the greater 'par of given hii their official backing G E "i Oi V ERNA N
Bertia,. Toyne' ( me.:lefl) these ten .years-BiHtain,' Gil- Representtives saw Gilbeirt
Toni-'ySaunders secondnd .om bert .devbte&--'isspare time to and his crew-set sail frgm W y- .
It) f Pete -ip. wendt:. ar-rinntens.eiiv y of tet_ 1 rooks; mouth 'on the first stage' o his Just before Yoi realthe "PNT MOIN" bridge
:Thi J .he tur b .Gilbe.it maps,. caq t ,h engines,- boats, voyage hoNi. -. This is an AtT GjEt.,Y not 'piutnre shop, ex-
h knn5- the c xo 01. s fab:the charadieristic --Ghbiiour -A spokesman of the Devel9p- hibiting over- 100 of the most attractive FRAMED' :
hp ha& spent in Englaid. leatm- fvianious types of.fish. He afar- ment Corporatiorf said: "The
ing the techniques of -fishing and: mried a Jaimaibian girl in England, Japaican Government -is ken PAINTINGS ee both in Prt au Prnce and Paris b
saving enough money -tq. prac- and is the father of two children. to.do all in its power to moder- FAMOUS AITIA PAINTER MAX PINCHINA .
Utse'them on his return to JJam- He bought a houqe .aid an .g; nise the fishing industry in Ja. ow in France.-
aica. .'..' but 'hii overriding- Tnterst in naica;-It is realized that our The artist WHO IHS EXHIBITED BOTH HERE
Gdbefr came to England in fisi nge prevailed. Gilbert sold local methods are largely out AND ABROAD-for the past 15 years, comes back to -
he51 deferned to lean- why. -his- ssets -to buy and etflip tihe of.datl and M 'Chinn'sproject Haiti every five years and for 15 to 18months renews
e isy PeI1 on'as'Jot a Bten h""..--which- _t hia is a piece of-coimmendable en- A.
SBa pe e e- the contact with his people and his source of inspirta- ..
S ... ... tion.
',S..< S : ,,^ ,,,.... ,^ ~.. ~, In the GALLERY PINCHINAT are grouped -
.- .-. some paintings of thil15 years of work by MAX PIN-
-'- ^ffHOTEL 'SANS SOUCi 0 INAT, from 1945 to 1960. Prices-have not been ar-
S .. .- bitrarily based od beauty of the painting, but on its ;
S. .s.... ize, just like Paris Fashion for MAX PINCHINAT
EVERY TUESDA-Y NIGHT VERY INFORMAL a ad OTHER WELL KNOWN ARTISTS. Visitors can
S' OOKED- TO. ORDER" '' consult the-paintings.'piei list if they wish to.
BARBECUE DINNER -'OO to 90 PM All the taxidrivers kiw GALIEf RY PINCHINAT '
N S OU- CEE.? C ,AND ilpn't let anybody tell you that the' GALLERY is
-. ITH .TH SANS SOU I e GOMBO l osed. It is not.
-;I NER $2.50 er. person ..
-- EVERY FRIDAY NIGjT. 8:00PM -TooMid eight The GALERY:pIC, AT sole represen-
..--PUNCH -BOWL, ..DINNER, .D AN EE, i ve and nsi iget'uf PINCHuE~Ts. paintings, ha
S 'FLOOR SIOW AND P ZES i exhluited. a. fei samples only at "Foyer des rts Plas-, -
WITH-; F R S- A -....T E S -CIO HES T ti
-_ TT H T A C T'T I TRonA tignei, q tGalerie Brochette" and Galerie Suisse".
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,the ea n. -ADMISSION FREE.
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'blicity van into the Haitian .bck-
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gallonage aiati by the end A A T'-t-iea.-Mbassy e on waspsde4
ESSO Standard Oil South Ame- design including best features of of91961. Each,. st9ye. wvill:.-u;. .a : iJ diplor)ias l. a wr
ica Ltd., now headquartered in the British, Hopg Kong, and Bra,-. 42-gal. barel. o :oil pet;. dr.. ear ;;we -* eta sdW 1stshiO P &
Florida after a move from in- zilian stoves, E.so came-"up witf More' than 15,;000 stoves alrea, -ompee ie, Qnp'Y.e ygrio.ir in u-- .qe
hospitable Cuba, -is jumping at a burner t9 sell for $1.80. This dy have been sold in.1the .Prt e.. e 0tian. eguage-Thpce ; J
chance to lielp-Haiti solve a is realistic price allowing profit au Prince- area. And the 1961 ,, .-. N-. ;--.i,
The -, --*" ---,.
erious economic problem. -Es- for Haiti Metals, SA. (the.,fab- campaign ,.s expected to seU an *.;: "- .;
o's solution means more oil ricator) and commissions for.. -h average-' nw- less than 00 n 0 ..- ..'.".. .. .l 'i ""'' .
ales. Haitian distributors, and sales- monthless stovies pr moth s _, ta. s a3^al t ,
The problem: Haiti, which men. .... To make kerosene as readily .-i
hares the Caribbean island of Esso does not subsidize' the available, to Haitians. as char
[ispaniola with the Dominican stoves". cost, but the company coal has always, be6e-.oEsd, is s15, nERp N 'EN ,N"n rs
republic, is loosing 5-per cent did furnish, steel dies to help the arranging.tocohert many local -
f its farmable topsoil to ero- metalworking firm set.up an a-. charcoal vaedo- stYo small- sale O E \ -PAE A WIN
ion every year. Natives cook sembly 'lIe with maximum pro- oil jobbers, or "kerosineros," as
ith charcoal. Charcoal is made duction 'of 16.000 stoves per the house-to-hduise .deiverynmge. .
rom trees. Without trees tro- month. 'are called in Haiti. -
ical rains and winds wash the Haiti's government has sip PAT iCTO E Uft5
opsoil into the sea. ported the Esso plan with a "'-Na- CACIOUE .ISLANL.' E PAAA Ri- 1
tional Kerosene Week" publicity -tIBO ..BEAC '" ,' -.P. t
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w- NATJONAL TOURIST FUND TO GET community on the mai highway
,i" -ieLENT be ..tF EXPOSITION. ITY teen Cite Simone Duvale
q'7TJEJ d N. dF EXPSIIO CITY and Cazeau.
JLThe 0 fire-brigade forced t to
.'-:' :' -... -, .. : .t: revenue from Govero- cretary' of State, for Tourism, The fire-brigade forced to i
S; ment owned buildings on. the any tenant of a governmental t ransort watr ecfon had eiffict
l d' a... i '. N' "'zs .* .c Ezxpositio Groinds will be turn- building located in the Expnsi- t l i a
id you get a load of that Opel (licerise No. 5309) which wound ed .over to the National Fund for tion. area who, does not pay his tintrollig l t ternon fe that
ed till late afternoon.
up last Saturday.nite with its .nose buried in. the floi;er beds which Tou*ism Development, a law rent during three months will "
Sspell but Vive -Duvalier' in 'the traffic circle at Portail Leogane? presented and passed by the be ousted by the Justice C .One of the Techiie wae-' -"
Neatest trick'o' the week! *t*Best excuse for not'qultting smoking Legislative Chambers specified Peace the third day after inop- tas that aided in the fire-iht
this.week. summons, ing met in a collision, at the
*isthe story of. the man whose wife induced ,him :to .quit 'and save corner f Blvd. Dessalines and
his eigi-ette money. He did and bought-'a hdlis& with the savings. Rue. Bonne Fol with a Petion-,'
tAi as- working.et out of todid and-d received a ho main articles of the law 25 Homes Destroyed vld Camionette. Amongst the
He Homes Destragryed that i..tearg:amill Camionette. Amongst the'."."
Sa' working ,out of to' and received telegram. tht ~ are: .By Blaze At Varreux passengers injured in the ca-:;
..huse:had burned down. Moral must be that anything bought.with TVent3 fi\e caille paille homes mioneste was Edouard Boilios.' a
gigaret money is-destined to burn-unless you bu.' water. **''e- Art. 1.-From the promulga- %ere consumed by flames whip- the brother of the former Pu-'-
rard Pierre-touis' Shoal Sands Club -opened last Sunday at AMa- toffi of the pi-esent laW; the re- ped up b, a strong'wind Satur- blic Health Minister. He rcceiv- :
riani (not to be confused with Marini): It's not quite compl ~e, enrius of buildings located in day noon at Varreux, a small ed. shock and head injuries.
Sthe area of the International Ex-
brt. promises-to;be a honey. They have, a 6-piece orchestra which position of the Bi-centenary of
ishot,.altho' not a boy in it is over 16. "Choucoune entertained POrt.au Prince will-be deposited NSURE T INSUR
30( passengers from the.Vittoria when she was in harbor Tuesday, by the General Administration
at. thd4 abarle with the Bacoulou show. I"*Word is going around of Contiibutions at-the National CALEDONIAN INSURANCE COMPANY
that-aself-styed Romeo CSPis ma galtheseecus Bahk.of the Republic of Haiti, Founded-In 1805
-. -i-nga secrecuties the--fifth day of each month at INCORPORATED BY SPECIAL ACT OF
jittery. '***John Quinn's recent, appendectomy in Miami made the latest, to the account the I PORATED ByS SPA CI ACT OF
him "a captured audience for Whitey's wife and her complaints National Fund or Tourism De-E BRITISH PARLIAMENT
because White, won't let her join. him in Hoiiduras. **If. you vel6pment, RONY CHENET &' SONS
want to tent a bike, go to the end of Truman Blvd. around .:30 AGENTS FOR HAITI
Sin the afternoon. Bjke owners congregate, there and sell rides from Art 2-At the request of Se- Address Rue des Miracles Opposite National Ban
2 tents for a short spin to 10 cents for a quarter hour. How long
si c~ youve takefn a bike ride? "'Alrhost all the traffic warning
signs along the Ptionville Pass -are placed on trees and poles
with .a list to starbbard, making 'the arrows,: etc. point either to
heaven or to hell. 'Poetic justice. ***The Vanleigh Gallery exhibit ,-
of Haitian- paintings'has reported sales of works by Beauvoir. The- A Dn li S
baut and Janine Clesca, so"far. They are going to want mule p'ix ne Dna
soon. "_~'GiTbrt' MarinL is the smallest but happiest jack-pot play-
er ihntown. Even if he gets only 13 quarters back, he sceams ANNOUNCES ."
"JackPot, Jack-Pot" O**One of the local hotels has a small count-,
-er sel'l m-inor necessities to guests, such as tootbrushes, e? G eisha S alon
a _arefully waaped pacfkage'for ladies which has & S G u nee
a ---l; 'e" i t-ed-erorrtop ;oi it; -haming the item. '
A- A ieefv oe didn't know. ,- wonder who removed the pplie OPEN EVERY EVENING FOR
kio kufrella at Petit. Fdtr?-......'..The upright is cracked
o ~ rt W it the police br some Bariey Oldield? 'f*The CUISINE OF THE FAR: EAST
Briti. Embassy is undergoing extensive inside renovations. *'"The
'M.iukg ,are happily ensconced in- their Kenscoff villa ,for the
sut I fact so are a lot of-.other people.T hills d rills d
*'P .. : *, .. G
of nsoff are becoming more and 'more invisible these days,
with 'ife-rash of housing going up. Hardly a week passes without
a n i .honie being started. Who says there's no money in HIaiti?
A*Spe.a.na g of money,, I wonder 'f they ever caught the thief
who robbed Aud4ey Brack'S house.' Soinded J e an inside job:
He must be T-firft story ran, if it' was 'he'- Who- lIows? 'AlJ
robbers are assumed to be. men, until.proven otherwise. *'"Wel ll
back to Work... _the usuallyy high tide of the last'two da:,s !Ias 7
almost washed away my little man-maae beach at Martissant.

KAY MAJOR ,
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--Personal Appearance of Katherine Dunham

S .1 / GRAND SPECTACLE
SFriday Saturday
,'. 'STARRING
::.;. DILETTE --- LENWOOD

Masters of Ballet Modemae:
AXLRL 47 ISRAEL SHARES .
IIw-iUe du*Qu! Exciting Brazilian' Songs
rt QU IN A SEMTNG OF ICOLO~ AL. MGANCE AT.
HISTORIC HABITATION iCEiERC
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Dr Henry Colcher, an out-
standing American Gastroenter-
ologist, in Haiti on his second
visit for a month on a UJ.S.
Specialist Medical grant was de-
corated Thursday by the Haitian
Government with the National
Order of "Honneur et Merite"
rank of Grand Officer.

- Dr Aurele Joseph, Minister of
Public Health and Population
decorated Dr Colcher at a c, re-
mony in the 'Francois Du:'alier'
Salle of the Public Health Dep-
artment.

Specialist Colcher has been
working here at the General
Hospital with doctors and stud-
ents and during the week July
16-21 he organized the first Me-
dical Seminar for Rural DCtt-
ors since 19-16. Professors of the
Medical Faculty lectures to the
120 doctors who assembled here
from all over the Republic.

Besides working in his fourth
week with doctors and students
in the Pediatric Ward of the
Army hospital Dr Colcher gave a
lecture at the Schweitzer hospi-
tal in the Artibonite Valley.

Dr and Mrs Rindall Assad.
clause friends of the American
Specialist gave a party 'i their
Villa Creole to honor him Thurs-
da. evening.

THE FULL TEXT OF
MINISTER AURELE JOSEPH's
SPEECH ON DECORATING
DR. COLCHER .

"I will keep for a longtime in
my memory the souvenir of the
exceptional privilege to welco-
me in my Department. on spe-
cial instructions of the President
of the Republic. His Excellency
Dr. Francois Duvalier, the emi-
nent scientst you are and consi-
dered with pride by the great
American Nation as one of its
most authentical and mn:t pres-
tigious representative 'f the
American Medical concept.


It is not my purpose to enum-
erate, even in brief, neither the
brilliant steps of your career or
the great amount of your re-
searches and scientific innova-
tions, which have already Ilus-
trated the name of Professor
Henry Colcher. Many interna-
tional Conventions and Inditu-
tions paid very often a w-ll -le-
served tribute to the Gastro-F'n-
terologist who worked so much
to improve this section of the
science.

We can understand. Mr Pro-
fessor, the tremendous success
of your Mission. The great en-


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thusiasm provoked by your lec-
tures is still living in all memo-
ries. Doctors, resident-medical
students constituted an audience
more and more attentive which
was an acknowledgement of the
American culture which 3ou
personify. It was also a homage
to your determination to help,
your vocation which just met the
traditional hospitality of Haili-
an people, your devotion to
world communities, the improve-
ment of welfare and struggle
against diseases.

We registered with pleasure
that such postulates which form
the basis of your Mission as well
as of your great Nation are also
the same purposes of the gov-
ernment of His Excellency Dr
Franocis Duvalier. To raise as
highly as possible the level of
health of the Haitian people by
the spreading of technical
knowledge and International Co-
operation.

Your rank. Mr Professor, ini
the tableau d'honneur of Huma-
nity Benefactors is Jeeply ins-
cribed in the hearts of our -esi-
dent-medical students.

This Mission, unlirmled on the
human ground, was fulfilled with
the feelings of humanity \which
is the mark of the elite people,
I am happy to point :t out. It
will be successful for the esta-
blishment of the so desired era
of peace, concord and under-
standing between men.

What an agreable mission for
me to have been delegated by
the President of the Republic,
Dr Francois Duvalier, co hestow
upon you, with the warunes, con-
gratulations of the Government,
the insignas of Great Officer in
the National Order "Horuletr et
Merite"!


IN HAITI THIS WEEK

***Smart was Rhoda Schwa-rtz. a teacher from Brooklyn who
did not let her moody girl friend Audrey Bernstein spoil her \.ica-
tions int Haiti. Oloffson was for her a paradise...
**'Toni Mcllwain and Diana Roberts of the Quality Records in
Toronto loved four days at the El Rancho...
'*Mireille Silvera, 17-year-old daughter of Olga and Albert Sil-
vera flew home'from Europe last week for a vacation with her
mother who left the ne\t day for a short trip in the U.S Mir'ille
is a student in Paris...
'"*'Mr Clovis Desinor, Secretary of Slate of Industry a'id Trade
flew to Washington, D.C. last week in company with Mr Albert,
an Accountant of the Cour Superieure des Comptes, Mr Eugene
Grassberg, Advisor to the Department of Finances. The party
was preceded to the Capitol by Mr Nolle Smith, a U.S. Foreign
Service Officer and Julio Gonzalez of the International Monetary
Fund. The primary purpose of Minister Desinor's trip to Washing.
i~ .


PRESIDENT'S DAUGH L TEl

FLIES TO EUROPE



Mile Simone Duvalitr the
youngest daughter of President
&nd Madame Francois Duvalier
left by Pan Americia clipper
Thursday afternoon for i.urope
to continue her studies.


Drive In Cine

Thursday August 3rd, 1961
At 7:00 and 9:00 P.M.
ENGLISH VERSION
Starring:

"Our Man In Havana"

S Noel Coward, Burl Ives
Check Day Before To he Sure


Dominican Steamship



Company


Allen & Baussan Agents

OFFER A NEW REGULAR DIRECT
SERVICE FROM NEW YORK
Every Friday


Thd S Rhadames


leaves New York August 4


LEAVES PORT AU PRINCE REGULARLY
FOR NEW YORK-
/ Every Wednesday

The SS Angelita -leaves P-au-P August 3
F or all Initcrmration See:'

T. J. STEVENSON & Co. ,AULLEN & BAUSSAN-.
80 Broad Street' Cite de. I'Exposition
NeW York. N. Y. Tel: 2697.

Refrigeration Cargo and Passengers Acceptedl
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r. COLCHER DECORATED
BY THE GOVERNMENT


'"HAITI 'SU'N" .. SUNpAY Js O.


IMlNS TOURISM OF AMERICAS toil is to discuss the various economic and financial problems of
TO BE PICKED AT the Country with the State Department, 'the Officials of the ICA,
DECEMBER- FESTIVAIT HERE the Interamerican Bank and the Monetary Fund and of the Inter-
An inter-American Tourism
festival iith all the sister Repu- national Development Association. InJ4ew York he will meet with
blics of the Hemispiere invited the Members of the Development Resources. Corporation who are
to participate'an denter beauty working on a project of the Interamericar-Bank of DeaElopniEn t
queens for the title of Miss Tour- to help Haiti build the Electric Power Plant at Peligie..
ism 1962 will be held in the Ca-
pital in December.
SDr Massillon Coicou, Counsellor of the Cour Super:eure ds d
Designed to boost Haiti's tour- Comptes flew tp Nbw York a few days ago to wdrk with itiembi
'st industry and "amitie" bers of the Development Resources Corporation in New 'York...'
amongst Sister nations the plan- *'*"Herr" Josef von Glatter-Gotz arrived here Thursdi y -\.th
ning of the festival is already wife Rosemarie for a four week sojourr He is an Enginedr-Man4i
well undenray. '
facrurer of organs in Austria. The organ which is being installed 1
at the Episcopalian Church here is built by his company the.
Boyer Leads Delegation Reger Organ Company. Reverend Henry Burrows got tlie best
To Punto del Este use of it for the processional and recessional, music at thi_ .vecddig
(Continued from page 1) of Pamela Heinl and John Burdick though it is only one quarter
n M e m o t installed. Four specialists oftAustria are working on its installa-
Jean Magloire member of the
National Bank's board of direc- tion. Mr Glatter-Gotz who is President of the Company isthere
tors; Ambassador lubert Carre to supervise the final installation. This organ is an e4-urple Of
who id presently accredited to the renaissance of the true classic organ in the musical world
Argentina and Uruguay; Gerard today. It is the sort of organ that Bach himself would have played.
Philippeaux Consu!tant of the i
bicultural and Industrial Ban It is completely mechanical and has three claviers and pedal
Agricultural and Industiial Bank I
and ex-Senator Mare Charles. claviers. It is the first organ of its kind in the Caribbean.-Its
The general goals of the meet- installation started at the end of May and will finish within two
ing listed as up for discus- or three weeks. Reverend Burrows hopes that this organ will c-on-
sion are: i mpro v 2 ment in tribute greatly to the musical and religious life of Ha,ti..


the systems of land tenure
and utilization, health, housing,
education, taxation, industriali-
zation, economic integration, ex-
ternal financing and stabiliza-
tion of prices of raw materials.
Starting with the experts' re-
'commendations and th; more
specific ideas, the ministerial
conference will draw u;' a
"Charter of Montevideo." named
after Uruguay's capital. I his
charter will be the hemisphere s
constitution of economic and so-
cial development.
The program is aimed at era-
dicating the misery in Iatin
America that grows as the pre-
sent resources fall behind the
population explosion that has
raised the region's p'jpulnlion-
by 50,000.000 in the last decade.
The United States and the hem-
isphere's moderate Governnrnts
view the program as the only
answer to the threat of revolu.
tion.




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