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Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: September 10, 1961

Subjects

Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00172

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

Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: September 10, 1961

Subjects

Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00172

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tell. a if o t a wew d P a a Na ,BahamasAugust 31-, -t w P . t.D t- 1 ,
na.h -ear-?&d - t hi w e Fo' Nt e Haitians, all e._y.illegal ,en President Dr a.ois D valer P adesd weeping chand .
Tion t i r W ~ie"n- POiT he X p as rantswere bcunt nhes elast ges n the Army a nt"-'loenl 'Wednesday morning. .
teelrid% 5 hat a tn h 1- n. t J -am w night froment Govepriort sent abbene' O onl Jean-tyenenBoheicdt was promoted to d .ez-e l
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coan er ea dp1 da te'I ea ,. '4s --r 4-m '. c" th p te m Foi e':a-r-".",,-ao-.'enwd"te"
wid& livor ^ Tie de.aridue August3and ^They w'ee tray''fetred imme. who Is fil e th new ambaPsador to Q tah Orsay.v
es e oved hereve ch P eso he In te aln ae of the Na
nd er te at t i tioal alae at 10: Wedne
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The^S s we n o en;Aours.^- p'was car ty i\yri magistrate's r t peted.Ei oon tribute to Generlt Mereern.
sefeng f: a th to 5 afw'fen month pri l enees the plot recently matered are ex. with. loyalty, fidelity and- 2eal. .'' _
*icane^' e Bi ..sh&^ *.s' o 'term hl 'with ear- n.tpeid tb., be made .. public as "He now needs-.i rest in a tern- _-i
io "ar *ettn pag ') utu.tBiedi m 5) -soonras tle investigation is Ion- peat ^country; hniere the gov^-
f*-.. .en-t oit .,. .d:- -w: -nent hopes he il serve his
-: h-- r3.ofs' county .wit 1"ie Asa"e loyal ty- e


ycee's i cobdo lwe a i and zeal lin the temction to
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C Monday September 4th, the
American People celebrated joy-
ously their 80th "Labor Day'...
(-'The Extraordinary Session of
Baccalaureat (1st & 2nd parts)
open this week at Ecole Repu-
blique du Venezuela, Place of
the Cathedral and Lycee Lou-
ve t u r e, Place St. Anne...
(i Wednesday September 13, the
tirst Session of the 38th Legis-
lature will close... @(Sunday


In Bri ef ycial mass for .World's Peace
S. in' the au ience-chamnber o.t bib
summqt-residencp.. Aft er the
September 24th, the-R. p. La- mass, he will. launch an- appal
venture will be installed as Par- for the -World's" Peace. :This ap-
ish priest at Saut d'Eau by the peal will be transmitted by' Ra-
regent Mgr Angenor. He Pepla- dio Vatican, Roman's--Radio-Te
ces the R. -P. Jean Noel promot- levisiin, Spanish and Dutch
ed Cure of the Cathedral... @By Stations... '@Last Suniday, Miss
decision of Father Angenor. reg- Marie-Lucie Martin, daughter oI
cnt of the archdiocese, the R. Me... Miurice Maxin;. returned'
P. Souffrant is appointed adfni- after a year of training-abroadd
histrator of the Thomazeau's She received the dipldna oj
Paris h... @Today, the. Pope -'ObridgLe College" in Account6
John. XXllth celebrates a. spe- ancy, Stenography and. Dactylo


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graphy. She studied English and
obtained. diploma of Secrettriet..
@ByArrete of the President of
the Republic, is authorized the
Society "Laboratoire Day S.A."
with a capital of $5,000d.- @Me
Marcel Vaval, former '.Counel-
-lor at _Cour Superieure des
Comptes is appointed by His Ex-
cellency the President of .the Re-
public, Director of Fiscal'Dep-
artment of the National Bank




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bf the Republic of Haiti. He re- o- ,g
a sCommunity goupsto ip;' bve Cpeiat lives Sjvies Ag
places Mr Frank Thebaud tran- facilities of these organizations cultle Department. ari:'orei
Ctes in h plae. : in order- to assre-, the farmnes speciblistsi ent to Haiti j.FA
Competes in his place...(,,IlUs: -
Sunday arrived Mr St. Victof" . -
Jean-Baptiste, Ambassador of-S U
Haiti to Liberia. He will stiy S a soa j g d du sbaf
month in his family before re- "-
turning to his post... @,Mr Ernest i-
Bonhbmme, Arnbassdddr of Haai-- ..a- --....... -.-
ti to U.S.A. arrived Tuesday>by --- .. -
plane from Washington. He w.11ll- --I .. ':.
spend a few days -in Port au.
Prince.., .

HAITIAN- GETS-

BEETHOVEN ---.

AWARD i

Distinguished pianist and corn-
poser Constantin Dumerve has
been selected Honorary Memb- .
er of the "Society of Beethoven'-
of Bonn, West Germany. This
high distinctio-t from an inter--- .
nationally k n 6 w n Association
with the most famous name in-
music throughout the world ill..
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N- IsI i ts ra l s, is an excellent propa- :
-A "ganda for our country. .
The diploma and medal will M.
be delivered very soon at a spe- .
AND LITTLE EUROPE- -cial ceremony at German Legaa- . ..
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Haitian architecture, exquisite cuiisine and contented-l ,inl. Set ,"otilgst- rl l o 4-c -A:*--'-.iih...-. ili
and gardens the Olo#.w, ompnipete with manlat. are poal,-,9.the-h, et .-the''.hibiti. ...'.-"-. iii, .
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Justice Me., Simn i. esMaux .oee,. u gnt.
cqnvoked at his ofic. cit t .:o -
Officer, ..of Po rt ul-pnr e -.: ,- .
riiotioin; Duifn' g o- t oBi jas
Save them souid F3 about q-
their -role-and pointed 0ou '.the jiandiaUon$ .-ibirhe beest..w
importance of their : social mis- esAl
sion. -He-,insisted on the. disci- --qpeci bWthe th-nctio!
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MONITORS



Five 'monitoS-:ere -selected of tie'-five d.lttClt of (l
this past week to "help -the better crops and.liviing
twenty -c;ooperatives. c r e a: t ed'. All thse-'-copperti.veg vl
in 'the' Artibonite. Valley.' Their inderthe generf] supr ei n
mission is itn htrin- rtiidire r i f nnn l -lhnl h 'nnn o n







. CORAL GABLES -Spreading '-"goodw1U" is. noh- was presei
S J CEES. gnew to the Coral. Gables sinor, Sec.
-tnV *rop -ap(o d 1) Jayees. In recognition of their at a bAnq
.or.th odi 4 ouipment, medical past annualvisits-and gifts to by the De
ul pies, several t.housa dol' latin. Amercan countries,- the Rancho Ho
S:lUaaorth, of0u stapl equipment, .Tational J(nior. Ch Ia m b e.r -of
"ad .other rucewaousiteme." Conmmerce awarded them first Its inscri
-- ': : -'According -t rt fm prize in 190 for "'International al Gables,
.I X4. Y-ister Joanri ita et.- of cle relations."' ber of Con
St;. Vincent, the "gifts" will Guilford noted that it took a People of
.R.:.,:tIM" VA'::QVIN- G T"O" reach many areas of Haiti, fr(m fwo. month city wide collection strengthen
.-R -'.E -MO ING TO. Ie de la Gonavet bPortde campaign to -gather the 4,00 ship and
LO GE 3ATIN: ax.Shedited tha.t pounds-.of-goods ---ew and used between th
.... terials :wil be-saf witiih .li- donated Monday. the 'people
.TfIRE NVENTORY -t. -
.NE .. ics. iospitals,.orphanages and -The engraved bronze_ plaque of America
S .EA Y'ES. SHOE BAjRGAINS .IN -' ruial missions throughout Haiti
'T U E- CE HIS.TORY including a Baptist Missiin den--
"- '- ..... t'al. clinic, hospital and orphan-
Sa CARESSA hoes, Sold..n dg U.S. age-at La Poine in the:North.
:eSu S IMILLER SAKS 5TH AVE aoday morning Jaycee. .r-. -
B:sident Frank Guilforo andd four -
iLO) & And BURDINES
S colleaguesited the. EI.e St.
Fos 65 NO -AtT:he.- LT M POST S41P Vinbitei as specialguests of Sis-
;--This g- ekl"ONLY. $N.L 7.95. ter Joan.- interested audience .
,,,and OT'HERS. At Evie CHEAPER .Pride listened to her explain-the oper- :
actions of this Episcopalian school
. E :. IN 'THE A;~MED FORCES that services m t-re than-600 ban-
G r ean'-.e Boucicaut, obmmandaril.' Md Service ds- dicapped children. The 'Jaycees '"
;t-hef d'- Etat~-aj1or Gen- Prans ; visited the .Belgreve Memorail ..
erai -- ajor Kesner Blaih_ FAd'H. Home, where they presented new
Col'nel Ma- es, .;FAd'H. Commandant' ,du Departement toys to a score pf Handicapped "
Assistant'9 he' dEtat :Major-Ge- Militaire du. Nord; children; .
nedal-& ti -'. .. Marc fy. .-
neral;'. .: ,.: Major Frederic ' - Ar
.ole Comm dant du _leparte- SWEEPING CHANGE
d!, ssitpn Chef d-'Et Maj t imet de la Police-de Port au IN ARMY:--
"Gen.era ; ;. ":- .ope ,,(Continued from page 1) .
.Colonel or ie FAd'.. Major .Claude -Raymond,. FA call. d to the assembled Army
A -t'C dd tat -a or ~'G2; D:ira~uet6ur :de:' ['Academie Officers and Officials that the
e.%.- .. a;"-.... .. new' General :was -the firsf in:
..ed r aorGria -Jacques. FAd'H. the .arly days of the electoral
ora t -,.T...-iitde .a Gairde:1Pre- campaign of 1957 to voice cer-
.6V4 it.^a:& T 'Iteh.I.-. : ," .- tainty that "we would be. vic-
a 1 r-r Poi rncl-Ri aid. FAd'H. torious at the polls and to sug-
'Co m d"d i Camp d'Appli- gest the creation of the Presi-
; ton ; ..detial Guard- whichlis .now-a
Mtqoi to-od Ph-i.ppe; FAd'H. reality .
a W4- CiWriaianitL -Peintencier Na- -Major .Claide- Raymond "was
....a eyI.. tra nsTerr ed to direct the
fnl^ -d:.of Jean -'assy, -PAd'H' Military Academy ad- replaced
i tI -"d du'-Bureau ier Reoherches as Commander of the Presden-
-... --....... I. . :" .. tial Guard -by Major Garcia
....... ,. ; J- -acqu es. Ma
Colonel' an.-Beauvoir mov-
ed to Ifispector at the Military
Hea dquarters and.-Major Frede-
ric.- Marc Arty was named to
epl ie h-'as Chi-ef of Police
itMajor -Jean /Tassy replac-
ipg BMajo- Jean 'eauvoir -as
ChiS of the Criinal Rk earch
Office -

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^Sa Cqm~al3 -tiS grd igbtk Mr 'Berfiardin- thE
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nted .to Mr Clovis.-De.:.
-d'Etat du- Commerek
uet Sunday sponsored-
pt.. of Tourism at -E_
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ption read: "The Cork?
Florida Junidr -Chiami
nmerce extends to thei'-,
Haiti GOODWILL to'
the bonds of friend--
mutual understanding -
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HAS STRAWERRY PLANTS:: States Missionary Variety $10.00 per 100

.ii lrnia Black Fig trees $1.00 each

al l Ie-ai5 cents. each; N ilLies $1.00 each

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Br HAROLID J. I.IDIN
Of SAN J'AN STAR
S San Juan Sept. 7 The
long-awailed Caribbean Organiz-
action became a reality yester-
'+1"-day, and %\,is promptly hailed
by Plu'rto Rico's Mariano Vil-
lairongu. [reshll elected chalr-
man of the governing Council,
as "our non Alliance of Prug
ess" in1 the 'West I.C:tlrs
: DelLgate a[ter dc'egate (r.om
tie nujo i ir-mnbcr arec-s echoe-J
the hope that I he nc.-v Ori.-nr/
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S"HAITI S i : '- '

S- H'ane"sie Jt r'whoV-'Sf-a-iff
loft a Icin i M l / ^
S'' f pu-r o-chbc irian, 4ed the
5ei ... .r-old .aribbe (.Ci s b"
sat the Organizatioi's -headquartt- ;f'ya-od- ..i ",i... -i ni
UUeate in5mTiOc it' Bud T'e t I Or.
P uagun RdeCrw re 0 r
i* Hato Rey where the first work- '
ing sessions" also get underwa Hani;' Ji.,-said the U e-
.ttoday Xe_
I economic advance. ers'-to guide social,- economic sea ; 4J.: his"w.. '"
White HIouse came and cultural development in the 3gnig At P expand pportuy for op-
-g1119. Bt~:46 .RI. eration ." with fsta' s othe a.rfedas
from Piesident Ken- Caribbean. Signing of the joint declaration i eattaio ng tosxo fthe-ir
cwledgng that tue Gov. Munoz, while noting its that created the Caribbean Or :hich theythemsele ii n
ces ".gre.It o mpo m'tun- .Ahieh th :, he msel ,es-,Uliitn-
"nrint on oroun- 'mission is not political," -said ganiation took place at 4:45 p. tif3 most urgeh -
nre efni anEt pomt- Ihat the. "profound p political m. Max Moulins of. the Frmnch .
meultealcoopertion hangs" in the West Indies delegation, was first-to-afficis rVillaronga said 'uetagRncd,
hiave impelled the creation of signature. which, a.ur hed. i .'Qpeai .
Organization, ke its he new Organization. He was followed 'ly Cari'bbean Bbotstrap" for itself,:fa. ta,
the Caribbean Cor- Commission co-chairman -J. R sigfieat ceritributions im co-
have advisory pow- Threading through the orator> ,Van Houten, for' the Nether- nomic, social and.cultural-f elds.
yesterday y ol the dellegates -was a' nds; Sir -Steplhen"Luke, uf the T he niew relations -b etwein.
their stress on the regionn' United Kingdom, .and John W .' -:. (Gontiined oiteag 43.
a"pproath to solve the Carilh. 'u :. .
S 'anl's woes. ---_____


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"The problems of the Carit
Fean are regional whith can no
linger he divided by the knives
oL the old conquerors who ciut
this lovely Caribbean into zones
belonging to different metropol-
itan powers," said British Gui-
ina-'s delegate, Mrs Janet Jagan.

T:ie Br;tish Guiana represent-
antve seconded France's nomin-
ation of Puerto Rican delegate
\'dliarongu as chairman of tlhe
Council.

\\'lliam C. Baggs. nrwspapci
editor and U.S. observer to the
aew" Organization, noted that the
"ethnic fathers of many of us"
came to Puerto Rico with swords
in. our hands but two centuries
later the sons of the metropol.
!tan nations have arrived here
with fountain pens in their
hands."

The inaugural ceremonies at
the San Juan Intercontinental
Hotel yesterday will be followed
today by flag raising ceremonies


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..-N, .., -. -. .B ORTAiION ; '*-' Vangiaril automobile in prati
m-W ._ : Cntum pe MPLETES pg ally inew condition.
P 1 -fine :.,.d 06 .-.COMPLE-TES..
W.oi 'i."" .eekl P % .. 5 M i..-ei, -.portillon o r .m ended. -4
PeI -H- e <. -e P".r Pn, .cm m en ,.e^-i"rii^ : ... I,-I--.. -t," t ..... "- " ... -" Ig g
itn:",,. .'.' -f"..fb' o b'it Puig-ong isze oo wop qualt :
_.. ei.f ".R tion toe. ] .. e : :i Mean obassadorS en' r 'Ff'hing equipment.
-'. Aead 1 the& eight months Vasque Tresera-has mple See the Amnbassade d'EthiopI
-- -' : H.tia.s. .hav i e'u -tY h.er. -ainam Is-re- t'i. Maison Antoine Soray"';
-. -- .. beendited' l from this.Colony1 g gjniet .week .to-lexico Deprespz.
all-time record. The 4r ow: : -- '.
VER YS BU SN ESS awaiting deportation wi caY lr Jan anuel ire Sm- -E -
S.. t otal -beyod the thoiisa ld bass first Secretary here for
S*-''- i'th still four months the- pst four years wil be in eign .Offie Ir Adrien Raymonnd:
r et .1.961, th yea's totl- is cbarge't of he mission until-a gave a farewell dinner for A
Tri oSeptember 3 has a stOry ow-aiipat edas,500dor n .. -. bassador Tresera Wedesda
o... E Knox, I~ePresident ftWestinghouse Elee- nations. . .-,: .. ;-Seretary Generqi o the For- evening. -E-:ao
truic ieiinal .CorisH i quoted in -trenchnt,.in- Nearly a hundred: ol those d-, ,
teti. observation fplos:: -ported t us fa however, were ---
i:.:: - a ually, .hold-oves i f asl '-
' country (s wehi an ever-h g e 1960, costof sending t- The MoreYou know About Scotch
admustratin, and L with eacha geF we send out the an deportees back was Ibs. ster- ou -
neophtes Yo can't aii on that asis." .: ling 9,500-0-6 for passage alone. The Moe u Like- Ctty Sark
--, - . .No statistical' data are avail -
s -t Ssioiuld.ie the professions, exper able on maintenance costs while
"-, .- ..,- ',..v t " : .. n prison, where the average
^ .J ^8le^ncfig;e ),"is h.l toeg .te Haitiawaiting depordatio is
th 7 lfeSionals int--the seneme ,of thmg s the ss an estimated month or
prob inah6ltess-wedo !fl'n ot sure we can in." 'ore, 'depding- on the nir ber :
S-.""- -. ' - .- .of deportees and available bip-
"lBt ^ T il- t h a t "n a t o "-"- ". '-..:i' p i g '. " "
trle. understood by the- average Ame an. He BPgi SH.. -IP SH -
ys alarmed, h the adWtinietaiti6on W of sone of SINKS OFF TORTUI -
the .rogiamis left' Fq wjat ~9.a-i 'lthe amateurs". (Continuea fro niage- -) - '-
.-..-, . -. T xThe exhausted seamen arriv-
". It just-iscr nime.who-r thuink-o it he sy. He- epd.a Port de Paix in:the e early (:
speaks T.writing a bookiboutit, with.a sible title hou e i24h were taken .
g.... .... .. ... into custody until thea id'ia tity
"Fre Aid.-Is Everyone's:Business". was confirmed. -
.- ... Captaih Watson, oft the Roberst
.- Jenkyns was permitted the fol- .
-iny os Ir. ers oi the ground i Haiti- wonder why lowing day to- travel to Port au
prog rearso littlenderstoodby Price, report the sinking to the -. C.iV S.. .Y
for ::ig a.hlike. Many -An.erican i- British Embassy- and .arrange -e
ir'cais -and-Haitnsae.. e- the repair ition of the:cre to ;
ent:have. observed the cladinil shl ess -of program .dir- Jamaica with the Ship's. owners.
eci.B aid-:stai-.wiwicou.t n take a page from the book Captain Watson described in- *
of .thl: countries, particular y-Germanywhre adipjo. Port au Pripe how -the twenty
maroti ;prepe ati6 mns e:-.e eery possible, good use yea vessel sank beneath --. "-
of knowledge. M iedy -over the years by their ~-.he ans laterre oated.
tioi' oa js-are-iesiideklt- hen; I a kgu He believes this was caused by QidilBl h :i.
tiols o.a..e- t" t;- lackground informationi; the 400 tons of salt in her hull
onesfptiinest~ .i.efl: bf.tools, 'amot be acquired in disolving. -The wreck may be a
a year t ~ftwi; oit less, without pickirig.the bruins of danger to navigation especially
Haan br the old-timeris (the antticolon sipeies)- id windward passage shipping. -, .. _
to pick their brainss. o must .go where they. are and HAITI SLOOP- --: i
male enWds wit :.them SINKS. OF ACKLIN I
--' where reconstruction after the -
:-as iAton S.ed. hi.f l ravages of Hrricane Donna a il
S year ago is still going on,- -- -
S... ..r.. The Haitian slpo is in no way r"
S i.dent-if~. in the reports receive -
edl :-'
It is beli-i ed aI e. that it-was '
one -a-e number of such sloops, -
maitily out -of Port de: Paix and
.her. io, aitipots, .engaged.
in shiuggling" illea 'immigra ts
into New 'Providence. This year
slone. close to-a thousand such
.Il.lega l entrants have. alreadS
Pj* been deported fiom 'the Baham
mas: t.. -ce -.
These vessels, rarely as much
as 45. to 50 feet .in length and a
~st ll .much smaiae. car ry
large> numbers ofimmigrigtts U
(inder. conditions broadly ..cornm-
parabl6 to those oode prop
n h:t:e .diuggoig o. Chinese int '
"-.. the .'United -States...
D0elit Lon n i grcl le an bd o lfiscated h re
g a r $.,o0;o agQel tio hel, esp.A thAt il :oin about 5.15months -,was 40 to: :- Exlls Disibutor:
:""l..t thti i loi be North The signing' ertn 45- .etn length. ..i..sse to DR.,: GE RARD KENOL
iokle Auguist in washngton. D a S.ow left o"'ghf "-.a* lhe unmnber of 12 weie rp-nded151 e en
.. I i i~dn ifi- _n ... -.ic ip atb te B- ,u1 R. du C.. lr ..
.. .. -"t; .." ,. ... " ,- : ..: ". . .n- utho-iti ns, who wer e of the a"" .. 4 ".
as .'a-jor tothe ~U. S Erne oe- .. _.t' ,h et--i----------------------------.-------e ".osrci '"-" ,f- "'
... .. .a. '.ravages2:. o -r N'D NO:X lt4 V RWonna a,.>r ..
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PAGE "HAITI SUL' "




Nassau Searches For


Tourist Shopping Deal .
V r Int


Nassau, Bahamas, August 29-
The Nassau Daily Tribune, Nas-
Ssau's largest Newspaper, last
night editorially urged that Gov-
ernment authorities here arran-
ge with United States Customs
for a system of marking tourist
purchases made here with "bas-
ic prices for U.S. Customs pur-
poses". Such a system is of in-
teiest to all countries catering
to tourism.

The editorial quoted a recent
New York Times comment that.
"Tourists frequently forget that
the value of the goods they may
bring in duty-free is figured on
the wholesale value, not on the
retail prices."


"All goods purchased in the
Bahamas by tourists," the Tri-
bune editorial continues, "are
charged at the retail price."

"The retail price includes
such items as freight, insurance,
handling charges, import lIuty.
and war tax (which will vary
from 17 and a half to 27 and a
half per cent according to the
country of origin), and of course
profit.
"In view of these facts it is
clear that in many cases the
wholesale price is 50 percent of
the retail prices. This, of cour-
se, varies from case to case
but as a generalization that ii
a fair average division."


Dillon Asks A Priority

LATIN-AMERICAN AID OF MAJOR
U. S. CONCERN, HE SAYS
Washington, Sept. 3 (UPI).- Mr Dillon, who headed the
Douglas Dillon, Secretary of the Uhited Stales delegation at the
Treasury, said today that deve- conference, made his comments
lopment in Latin America was during a radio interview on Mu-
more important to the United tual Broadcasting System's
States than in any other part "What's the Issue?" program.
of the world.
Mr Dillon, referring to the re- As for the United States corn-
cent Inter-American Economic mitmbnt, he noted that Wash-
and Social Conference in Uru- ington's aid to Latin America
guay. said President Kennedy's was about $1,000,000,000 yearly,
Alliance for Progress program and giving priority to hemi-
committed the United Stales to spheric efforts would mean an
give a "considerable higher pri- increase in the proportion of as-
ority" to Latin-American deve- distance from the Development
lopment than it had in the past.. Loan Fund.


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The comfort and privacy of your own cottage
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ATTRACTIVE RATES
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Commenting that "many visit-
ors" ask the shops- to i oice
goods at a lower price, The Tri-
bune editorial suggests:
"It should be possible to make
some arrangement with the U.S.
Customs authorization whereby.
all retail prices would be auto-
matically halved and the result
stamped on the invoice.
'Basic ,price for-U.S. Cust-
oms purposes $.....' "
The effect of such an arrange
ment, the editorial 'concludes,
say, "would be to raise the ret-
ail ceiling to $200....
"The idea makes sense and
it is honest.
"We believe w.t can improve
our position by approaching this
question honestly and with in-
telligence."


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Fine Restaurant and Snack
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Por
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HAITI AIRL

"COVERING

as'shlngtpn-: (UPI,--
ernational has asked
Aeronautics. Board fo
Sauthorfning service
t au Prince, the in
and Puerto Rico,
n its application foj
n "carrier permit,
1 it would like to in
'ice -between Haiti i
rk, 'Haiti" and Mia
ti to San Juan and
he British West Indi
ir Haiti at present
one Constellation
green Managua, Ni
San Juan and front
to Miami.

he carrier said it. w
e Constellations along
;ted routes if the C
'ed the application.
r Haiti is a privately


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architect U. ofM. ..

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4INE REQUESTS -ROUTE"
"I
U. S., PUERTO RICO '
/.. -' ,. . . :

Air Haiti corporation with:"55.-per -Cent.of.
the Civ- the.. stock held by. ,citizens iof
r a- per- Haiti and the remaining 45ri
"between cent- rialri the control of. S
lited Sta- ci e .
- Te application may'run. i:tob
r a. for- opposition. from Pan Ame r-icnl
Air Haiti World Airways whibh operates
augurate routes similar to 'those requeted-
and New by the Haiti airlii .
.mi, and Padl American. prq.ently si-
Sbeyond ices routes from Mriaiirto r:Pot
es.. au Prince to San J- Nia.Cild-
operates ad Trujillo. It also services- Hiti
aircraft and. San Juan from Miaini: ia
caragua, -Montego Bay and Kingston, Jain-
a Mann- aica. -
Pan American nay also raise
objection to Air Haiti's applica-
ould op- tion to operate Geyond San Juan
the re- .to points in the Biitish West in-
AB ap- dies where .Pan .American. a
stops .for the. lucrative tourist
y owned trade. .
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SANS HANSEN,- GERO.
DBAGSTEI GENSE.



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SPresident Presents Eeonomic Picture

To Congress .

(Continued from page 1) In the second place, the Gov- obligations at a time when all
ing unable to reimburse com- ernment of the Republic has resources should be mobilized -t
pletely the deductions in effect judged it necessary to resume increase the national wealth. In
since 1958, it has decided to re- Ihe service of certain items ofr particular, it might have appear-
turn 6 per cent and 10 per cent the public debt. It concerns the ed more judicious to seek pros-
to public employees. The present debt of-the ODVA, carried in the perity first, .n order to carry
budget embodies this decision of amount of G. 5 million, and that out public debt service later un-
the Government of the Republic. of the SHADA, carried in the der easier conditions. But when
This restoration represents a lo- amount of G. I million. It may sacrifices are necessary to res-
tal figure of about G. -I.6 nil- be thought quite painful to re- tore the pdbric credit and to
lion. sume the service of certain due serve as a stake for short-term


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convu pour vous donner une
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de longues barres pour vousu
procurer la force de traction
requise par les tracteur-
modernes. Il mord en biais ct
grice A son profile
C-E-N-T-R-E O-U-V-E-R-'1
il se nettoie automatiquement
Ainsi vous obteriez une traction
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DISTRIBUTOR PREE-tZMAN-AGGkIOlf


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gLirs,'.- the Govpernmnt. of. the 'traned .itse Vtot.It"ii iopej "
pepublac conscious' of. its .res- "tlig, e penddites.e df~ ebi.-Pbc
ponI; bl tles, .Iha-belUeved that it Service pit .'the";, samia el;. I..
cannot, shrink Jromi themm;:, ..-. opne wished t6avolid eo;ji to
-_ I-. nflation and', t inacontroh ble
In the third pace; the eOornm-. .ofr uens,; 4t f wa'. .inffeo eMyqu
ment, pursuingits corrective fl-' to ihoose.bottweiL.tbhipiy..
nanal. 'policy, has reserved lined above ia: -a.. .lrseti*In
certain, amounts 'in order to re- operating expenditures A.bySlates
store. payments-ai salaries and servlc. Sice :our.:ieafira
'civil pensions o,their trllitional nevertheless- iUited, thtQvi
and normal d-a fes Everyone iment of th-Te-p.ublie drl..noqt
knows that the payment of s la-.hesitate .tadopti the M nt o it
ries and -pensions, o' aeoi ont: o warding solution or -biotli-,ite
the monthly expenditure ceeillng ih irt and: thie b long:teirm; -Me-i:
fixed in.order to safeguard.nmon- storftion of .the public fina
etary stability,--had: been :post to health-." -Nevertheleps, hii'l
poned tb the beginning of each osAet of an,-aextirei :me -r i
month. There was as fundamental pensable nature ii~tlh where
reason- for his. In effect, the it was necessary to':Iface'iup'ot at
public finances were incurring reorganizaton. as in the base'-of r,
from fiscal year, to fiscal year the .lMin itr of ,Finance;' .ipnl.
certain arrears which were being where -it. was necessary-i'o:pro-i_
po s-t pon ed trom "monthly vide for the.operatibh oa -new.-.ad-.
twelfth" o "monthly twelfth" mnlistrative.- nits or i ,servlAesatl
thanks to bookkeeping manoeuv: int tih. case of the Ministry, of
ers. This situation did not fail Agric'~ltre, hi -thit of'the .Mt-io
to become an-irritant for the pu- pititry-ot:NationaiWEdulctitoi .andot
blic treasury. as well aseeor p-. lt- that. (t.-the Miniltry--of Tour',r
blic employees and-private per- ism- supplementary -.-c.r.elt t1s
sons doing business with the have bien approved. .Altogetheit *
State. We. have -made: provisions about- G.' million- haved'Been .
in the present budget'to absorb. mobilized under -'the heading ojQ
these arrears progressvely.- We operating expenses foi. theie i' l
shall have- made a :great' -step nistries. .. i
-forward when payments for the But, you will ask, liw ja it6 e
salaries of Government_ employ- GoYrainmet o ther.Biiblidc'Uin
ees and for pensioners are madilgey to'-iniemeht :sulch gap6leoy'
on a fixed date at the end of e.* g- a.ttal increase _in pa-
each month, and when all checks birc ekienditares 61:O- 7. mil.-
ismsed by the State are hboored noy? Wryiand awins'niav"k edB
upon presentation to the:BNBH. scrupulously c alulated and i9ai' v
In order to realize this objective, t" -B "---..n-mute --
an amount of about G. S3 million oI thj'ptr3,'
ias been entered in the budget. national Monetiry Ftin wnt"alfIi'"
This war considered all tle more as you know, has been as*~i
necessary since the. Government the onvertibhity or fie -gi
of the tRep:blic.has always had :;sce 135. TLeie h'as.eei'- '
a major concern for reestablish- piete agroerpe iit n- 'he totl
ing the public cilt from the .-15- milop : whli is) 6ib. S
harmhlf- effects of the depres- public eidpedifiuirelu,- the -b.
sion and contrac.on of public nce 'eeof uoreseen citors.&'"
expenditures. We may recall afkr~ disaster, the w 4ay
that it was in this spirit that is mean_.ic h i& : ave B ieen.
carr;cd--ut this year--an issue ated- shud Be uli dent'W B1i .
of bonds amounting-to G. 1i mil- ablg o imetf the epondttuii-
lion in order to pay, comierit e g.
creditors of the State. The Gov- IMany -factores explain' tlh ii
ernmeni believes That it can proved prosp ecit re beed i-ltthqI
state. that this issue has been.a parent' :budget: te J :. Ii f
real success. Amortizatifo of place, w" should- eean' "'
these" bonds will' ,begin during taonar'.feef.eTids" y yt. w ath"i
the. forthcoming fiscal year. An have- a good iriit.- Th i 1ti-
amount of over G. 2 million has been cael iated t moIte t" '
been provided for this purpose. 500,F bags-" Effor.s' a'iic'r"
Finally, the Government of'the inadby.' coth nipe fli
Republic, consbiois -of :tie "piar- .to iissurie irmid -marhtikoi' t'
poses outlined, abeve,: has con- this. commodity, ant" wei re'
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~~conuno uck ah 8 po; .:_ economic ;seoi ea tl An time te render h ii -ho e t nt, without discipline -atiol' dis-
iale finl .asco t-....... a-b-een poqsb tt piine-.eo -aas- cpne- and' without strict obs- '
Ifleilhlliito t -t 'O yr no s u te flit m tro pendlture ervance of the ways which have 4
f'^ h'- nofouiirforeig hanr hi illult ea' A-year o mlllioLn. But In the been outlined. It will be neoBis-
WWseI.on t ,w x...: serv-eat a reasonable and .nor- ototroi 'a ueas alwas .to /tizre,-. pst we be tnder tie sary to work without respite In'
pect iuguit l e.s. h~ - e oe .genli c offfee. haii-vt appt 6i ,I -, ~lM At- requesting order. to complete the canvas
si bsta.y' Ittk poa-cy_ :l mately "25,000 bags .o -long as asssilits e bfor no-prodgetive ex- which has been sketched and Ito
iment:o i e a le rrtm _the: sit do ot. mrstand this l- a enditus fkeept in-.he event which the budget Is only oe;:
a .oraU.6 atfion o'o.-ji i Ps aslbl'e and S.t'mad iii: ca reAlati of-dnaiturai dsasters, -the answer link. Let us avoid the Wallusion
coflectia se8oeie. ou:haveal ;- ai .li maprer to -ebd beidb .twe~e cwm off.e economy a:d nust be "o if the orienitition that the movement an be pur-,:
ri.oeadyo-;fited i- ertah taitl on th ,i s ..i"ctor wihdd ha e e the eooy he coiigny,- JR which we are impressing upon used .without vigilant care.
laws. i'Buti .ti hdRi~ eenceir been;i.P iling-. t opera te long aidlnertandig th f ~ouj econod policy Is under- We have good reason to be-
trate Inte res elfrtaph noi ndr which otl.nd had not ld to.a realistic ollcy stood by everyone and promotes tieve that the bottom of the cr-, '
thei ome TIaw wlthi as priodmatio have bee -more f. tra natniti oward other a general:mobilzatidn of nation- sis was reached during the pre--
in o i'rgj o .ti 5 Impor ~t -an m i b jg ''o wealth, a poe at. efforts in the framework of sent fiscal year, and that ree-;
shou~di cowe the keystonee of teen iies.. In agreement 'wit-h jidch mdet be irogrestve or our projects now being accom- cover is under way. If our prog-
oui fisl-systiem. This law, to- the International Monetary Fuad, eves brntaicrao ng to tie si- pHfled. nostications are true, we must'
vilomed ater.adapted .,t. ou t iuetion s-illop o e have an tuaLftoi or the period,-our econ- Th.e Government of' the 'Repu- encourage this recovery and for-
needs w son. 'be inilte. to adebuateW.-solution. Nevertheless, m will be. subjeted- to fiese bio is. a government of "struggle tify it in order to set off a chain
the-~sks it this Assemby. Fur- i'.s appropriate to state 'a this repeated altortaons t revival and strife." It knows t. Fairth- reaction of prosperity, and of :
thermo"re a, law to revit* and paet i wat' apla capital e te te and- dlpes~a of -esiio'and ermore,,t wil.not tlet itself be economle and social develop- U.
simplify, tie..tax o'n coffee itill M .. has -played durin. g ie of-euphoria, which we have all discouraged by any setback or meant. It is to this work that the
abes saub m-fr your approval 'pat three- years. It -has been gne threg." . by any abdication o the nation- Government of the Republi in-
as-iwe a-S new aw and s ked wark which spared - al element. In this presentation, vites you deputies and all Haiti-
ule:for the customs tarif; .- Mmany a disaster. Neverthe- You all knowlhat-it is thanks it has shown the ways open to ans who want' to make hritfnl
In iaddtilo:;, .an effort lwl ;, ess, -th- 'BM -by the very teo the aid of t'iB' simeileanGov- the Haitian 'cimmumity beginn- the works of our ancestors.
made to' ritionali our" t ieot- reas.oc- Idiein- hle.t eminent, to wMh hg Oovern- ng with the omiA fiscal year. Dr Francois DUVA IER
iona.se~orices.- SeIoui1'attentlhs has be~ involved; has percel-. meat o te public Ispeased iut his. will not be obtained -President of the republic.
has alradbeen di reacted te eit lidequaes. It is Aware .
Port asl ince: Ostois, and it that henceforth a kind ,of Integ -- -
Swil~ieb:eMtiini th a view to on with overall policy Is -neo
a =aimtpbilrovmeitdImeqn ei :ssay Iy: in ist, -booome a true


begin-lngi the i w fiscal, ..T -m.ll se met. eanomc andpl! finan-
Te ; ,ttheB po -:-T he Government .of .'
lie, anxliiito rereate agener- the.:.iReNbu.c never forgets -for
ali Wd .elfarew, will p-t ..litsnd ti the jandatilon of its eco-
to.-provi dng the finano adni nmic. piey- that ald its ef-
njitios4tl1 all:tihe necessary forts-ianit concentrate upon rais-
maehlibaryl These: m rc k;s-s tiel-iseuimome. -it ,osider
ahuteidre diei.al iw;q t,: it.-ll ce osts, It must- I n-
a .reitr te.. .pr- a ueseo the q-nd th. r..d -.ve .pact. .
hdgp la- dm'46th countS, -enlarge ana dl-
S- ye ally agricultural productio, i 2
o( ait-".:-. h G'q-. e'nounan, in ustrialm ation on
meen&t.th ide. .io w -.i 1 -. ,'b ,taslt- _at on-'..raw matter--
l- ither._. Aystnfleally, It. in~ iis iprdiuce fpor foreign mark- -
b~.Ig .Dj*nan-t- fl' tbutin a 'lAIs the the local
lat in theouitry With market to'the extent permitted -. -
]a ~ us. ~nmeahoii~cp l aee,_-It ,~. our'..at' resources. In its
is .ogi ~,oi- .idic.n first- apprh e,. It- has, srivvit to
an es p of pogresp create' the nessary .legal alnd
pancerito pthp.-ti,,el-'oliatec mat e. i- ,a -ond
get4ere ai a't f 'present",undr stake it- will- messaueto
s ai-a isu for t6 paprspose fstrhish Indispensable hannmelas o
of-.:nanO.slang -sliorBtrh n 0e0on- 0 ommunication and of access, o.
TI p:-ogcia-, dlopmient pD pro o e -.with-tle di.trlbutla of
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population of the birds -10,583
pairs- than at any previous
time in the ten years of protect-
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Some of these additional birds
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were successfully reared in four
distinct nestings on Inagua.
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largest mound count in the ten
years since the Audubon Socie-
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IN HAITI THIS WEEK
by AUBELIN JOLIOOEUI R, .
'
"Mr Clayton Willis, a famed writer' for Newsweek in New Y0
stopped here for a short visit this week. Clayton has made a p
vious trip here two years ago. He plans to come back for a story
"Miss Yolanda Cortinovis, a pretty Italian Secretary for 1
Monetary Fund in Washington. D.C; flew down here -on.Mond
August 21 with Economists Fernando A. Vera (Paraguay). Car
Sanson (Nicaragua) and Alberto dos Santos Foz ,(Brazil) official
ol the Monetary Fund on a two veek mission in Haiti. Young a
lovely Yolanda combined beautifully work and pleasure in t
Land of the merengue. The party is staying at the El Rancho...
"Mrs Ramona Andersen, right hand of dynamo Andy Andersi
Manager of the Southerlard Tours flew to New York last we
for a few day vacation...
"Colonel Frank Bayard, Military Attache at the Haitian Er
bassy in Washington, D.C. flew back to his post with wile, form
Ghislaine Duthiers, last week-end. He has now been replaced
Lieutenant-Colonel Stacco...
*Mrs Alexandra Evans, Comtess Von Blumenthal, a reside
in Washington, D.C. is currently visiting her favorite Haiti. She
guest at the Marabou Hotel...
'"Major Anthony Kubelius, Director of the Jnteramerican Ge
detic Survey is back after a few days abioad..
**Mr Fortune Bogat. Founder and Honorary President' of tl
HPBA is on vacation. The prominent Businessman and well knoh
writer left this week for a trip to the U.S. and many other cou
tries in Northern Europe and maybe to visit his relatives in Afric
"*Mrs Pierre Phelps, former Grace Chrestodoulou, 21 is offering
a new delight to the "Amateurs d'Art" here with her one mn
show at the Corner Shop of Kurt A. Fisher at Rue Bonne Foi an
Rue du Magasin de 'Etat. This art -show is a highlight for t
first anniversary of the foundation of the Corner Shop, place
under the Management of Mr Daniel Gerdes. The exhibit show
thirty eight works made of powdered enamel on copper bake
at 2,400 degrees Fahrenheit. Mrs Phelps is maybe the first
use this technique to make decorative works other .than ashtray
Her works, beautiful "tableaux" depict the lovely scenes of Haitia
life. The talented artist said that every piece which makes a "'t
bleau" is baked as many times as it has a color on. It look sixteen
hours in the oven for all the pieces of the work entitled "Marchai
de de toiles". And it takes so much care to get the work don
without seams.
Grace married, born in Cyprus was educated in the U.S. Ver
gifted, she started working with eflamel on copper at the age
14 and at 16 she got two scholarships from the Moore Institut
of Art for Women in Philadelphia and was awarded on three con
secutive years three golden keys for a water colours, a tempr
and a black point, from the Gimbel Brothers Art -Show.
She met Pierre Phelps at Peirce School of Business Admini
traction in Philadelphia in 1957 and they got married in Septembe
of the same year. They came here in 1958. Grace worked for
months at the Delta as a Secretary and nine, months at the Mein
berg's Pantal Craft Factory which gave her the opportunity
seeing most of the subjects depicted in her works. She had he
first child, a boy, on February 2, 1960 called Gregory...
"Miss Joan Loretta Bundy, a French speaking model from Nev




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York is being introduced to Haiti.by. Wliam. Henry D. 'J ". "*Rona id is ad
Broker from New Yot. Bill who visited Hait"fjan 'e before "- a '.e i 'eS
is on his second.trip for the year. .His m heir eMl drd a tGi" dn ned Kal also
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ork berg flew down-here tl.week for a few*day- a the El atcho. ~ .aS~ r f weeks -
)re- Joan and Bill are guests t. the Olotbion.... Ro- is R lhin:'t ,'.t.
.... *Miss AngelePressir is back ier f'r.years .at the Tempe came here .for thfir'ti it
the University of Philadelhia where she .studied medicaL tebiology. Argust :59 i
lay Angele, elder daughter of Dr-and Mrs Jean -Presso -of- e linea S Tr -A
o. .9fiends frmDto
los fleur Ducheine arrived here -with her iane.A Jaielsel r .e
als she met at the Unifrersity. Makto -Togas studied .So year
nd at the Pennsylvania Academy ot -ine Arts. Angele and-Maotd -rt
he will get married this month...-. not .go tom
"**Jane Dolinger Krippene, the most beautiful Explorer ever b ghitogi'f
en, set foot in a jungle is due here this weekend or the begiinning of. er e i-.ndr tpleye.
Sl e-.: -0nhe adn dAUen,6-.-Mw,,e'.'e
ek the coming week in company with her husband. Celebritd. writer at.i b-rt i y.D
of the fabulous stories which appeared this year in News of the ivitz ahd .JobeNdutas are-
m- World, London,- about the savage tribes of the Amazon Basin staying-4at the. Via Cr.oe"
ier where she lived five years,-and their weitd, and barbaric ries, *,
by stunning Jane Dolinger Krippene is a .Corresponent -for U toii' l:d d."
Press International. She covered stories all over the world or, the tr&ve d- l I nd : i. i
nt UPI. And -she writes her stories, in her own ucinhibited way .whieh yi o
is .is fantastic. Jane will come here as guest o-pthe Departeient.du A Sf'ctk okh,.M h t.
Tourism. No doubt she'wil find lot of exciting hngs to write" P 'intof'" it
o- about in-her columns read by millions... '
"Mr-Oscar Fernand Lucen, an Air conditioned Eng a gie i-t iia:.'.im...
he the Columbia University arrived this week for a iisit -Engineer terina:n who is..a
vn Lucien, a congenere, has been recommended to Mr Aidreupp.ice years' ag6,Mi_~~h i~tie
n- of the Departement du Toursme by his brother Dr Julien S-ptlice ae--guests a -the i-Bcho
a. from New York... it- .Henry Arnold ilger Law
Student from ,MamlnIid MAb l.
ng "Ginette Dreyfuss, youngest daughter of Engiiee.s and Mrs a hs Elizabet ay Iokiig
an Georges Dreyfuss returned thursday with-a bahelor of science wi Amy iVho. get married lso
nd degree and honors from 4 years of.study at New York University. on Septembber 3. -
he She specialized in Physiotherapy... Pretty blonde Iynda Hull;
ed "*Sheila Anne Downs, a Navy nurse at-the U.S. Naval Hospital legal Secretary. from ChiagQ-
and livWely,bl6nde -Ta4. 41dG.l
vs n New York stopped for an--ovenight stay early :this -eek on -a etS
ed her trip to Jamaica to visit-some friends. Sheila who has been grek descent -pre :livening.
to with the Naval Hospital for a year and a half is a Lieutenant all the placiis6 they are ' vi
s. junior grade (Ltjg.) She is a native of Boston, Mass: This colored this weekend. -They-oar.iyed wi
an .isitor struck audiences in dancing at the. El Rancho-.and -fhe a hliandif of r'c" ..endafi.s
pafrtiiuuhrly froni pron hinen
a- Montana Tuesday night. She will stop here again for a longer stay Pfung l raprow i;ye:r- n e.ig
young Lawyer Johh NorftWA.
mn this coming week on hertway back-to Puerto Rico to take a Navy of Chicago aho camel here'nit
n- plane for New York... his'z~et las yeafmin.hetirohei :
ie *Dr Athol James Patterson, of New Zealand is spending 'a week jnoon.lhey atre ..eists-"i;at,.: e
at the Schweitzer Hospital. He. lives in New Orleans.... El Rancho.. -
y "Herbert Goldenberg, an Assistant Technical Engineer and Ir blonde iss
lotte2Ellis is with tie USO -
of wife Susan, a student in Mathematics at Brooklyn-College .are months- from iigfon:
:e honeymooning here. They were married on August 31... and delighted withHti.. "H'.. '''
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O iW ogin.o, re.a.iS l. iAn .-. st.i- .e. Kennedy said the success of
'?Iat e- Gi I et ss cu t Wtud fr in ge' mi uster ,of the West Indies Fe- the Organization 'would not on-.,
,ti* qi3 wor.f out pt deration, spoke of the plan for ly. strengthen -weld aisnd dig-
P ldal i l :R:n : -,...- the rst Ethe Caribbean conomip social and ni-ty.in te Carib a rea but
r.p :-g ffi. .bbean sad tla .g.- 'al ,)rll .' ,b--deeloplentt which is also -iwill strength e'the. cause-
an lre aTve:- thian the eOrgaation, Mn o embrace the yer wide field of expected t -be.the key- ccom- of freedom t hro' hout tAhe-t
rsf~i D or s .,. tr -sed Jis o' liical But c cultural and economic idi ent ofthe' discussions, world."
.C.0 . -. I .,.a iqnof commondmterest -to the bhete ".
b't.,- ean.bea .aa,a with special]
Phis n agriculture, nro- Its aimi are, according to a Sen. Walter I. IWV-.Hblgo of
p uichations;. education,.. public suy cited by .Adams, 11) -to the Virgin Islands stressed t-he
health, nidstry,Jhousing, aboard: provide services which can. be area's great potential in human
soci welfare, trade aii-d the finished more satisfactorily on and physical resources, adding
aits, a regional basis than on an in- that by coordinating them :the
di..v idual or territorial basis; (2i Caribbean would be made "one
by -"ga.as-' to provide a common forurr. of of the most progressive and en-
''Puerts.,Rico can- make -a sig discussion .r~or'thdse taking part, joyable places to live."
Significant contribution, to the solu- aid i3) ..to provide for the- bejt -
aLion of problems existi g'in each .se of the resources-of the Car- Elimination of duplication.and .
f'b hese fields; she can offer rtbbean area. waste of effort and capital was ,
he experience of her successes. seen as one goal of the propos- .
s--well as -the--experience of her ed development plan 'by Minist-
ista4es, Certainly, there jL -Piesident Keanedy, in his ines- er President D..S. Emmanuel .
uch that ca be. learned from 'sage read- by Biggs, declared of Surinam. He said this is part..;,
he' deliberations and conoprat- that the "transfer of responsib- of a-greater responsibility which
6n which we are now. setting hties from the Comnmision to former colonies must assume
n motio."- the Caribbean- Organization-sym- now that the shaping up as
S. Sir Grantl6y Adams, -prime bIolizes the rapid and significant nations with complete autonomy.
ppy. n1 lMa no in tecenf meeting witk Preside Kennedy-
'ee.6oiern6r -'6alled bori Orga- the reason for its creation (the
nizaipI members to bring bout organization is ing arried
by .alllegitimate. .means'! the. over :from the 15-year-old Carib- 41
lapid onomic and social prog- .bea Commission) ig'the "pr. -I -
es-. and- "the deepening- o ,Ztbe political hages" that K
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'ped&-i ul tu-ra :lives." have taken place in the Carib- "
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SHeT;in -e Caribbeaii" M u- The mostt important" mission A' NNOf t
noz, said,. "we have worked out before -the Organization, .Nlunoz
ne\.forms of political .liberty, said, -is- the carrying out of. a -
ref ii os between peoples" '-Caribbean Plan" now being -R & .f l w'aa
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In Haiti This Week .o -s '
By AUBELIN JOU COEUB BELLE-ANSE -
A special committee -of-. the
S*89 members of the Coral Gables Junior Caribbean 'Tourist Chain--(CTC
hmnber of Commerce hitched their Floridian arrived Tuesday :to._sign a con-
tempo to Haitian atmosphere of joie de vivre, tract with theb. Hitian .Govern,
ment. for-* the develoiment-0of
last week-end. They were accompained by TV Bele-Anse. e of
Producer Dick Renick of Dick Renick' Prnduc- Thisgroup (see cut) is com-
tions of Miami. The party was headed by posed of AndredGaillard, archit-
Frank IMort).W. Gilford and his wife Margar- ect.'of GeneVe, Maurice Perru-
et and Ronald Hedlund. They were greeted choud civil engineer and his
CI .wife, Jean-Marie 'EUenberger,.oB
L at the Haitian airport by Mr Pierre Chauvet, wifes, ean-Mae Ellnberger,.
Swissair, Andre Canonica" and
Manager of Agence Citadelle, Miss Jaco Sassine, Head of the Haiti wife Ginette and ClaUdh Benvin.
Government Tourist Bureau of Miami and Mr Charles Thomas, They were. met at the airport by
of the U.S. Embassy, and Dr Jules Thebaud,-Owner of the, Hotel the Haitian Commirttee of Belle- -
Castelhaiti and architect Sacha Thebaud and wile Rona who pre- Anse:. Eng:-'Hebert Dambreville; CTC groop on arrivaI at: I B en e
Raoul' Lespinakse and Deputies,- .
sented Mrs Margaret Gilford with a very colorful Haitian bat. I Lugo Paul and Charlemagne Es- .
They brought some drugs for the Episcopalian mission here Dr..triplef. Lewis Schiller Washing-- .
Carl Mevs of the Gift Fair presented them with lovely aitian ton Lawyer will join the group BeAautit : ..... i' '-'.t
hats. very soon, V.,
The Belle-Anse, near Jacmel,_ for any and all whoi ish-i t patait e-o!ieJ
The members of the Coral Gables Junior Chamber of Commerce has .excellent .beaches and pict- goodness f- of a peacefW~ro i Vliai. a .iif tth
livened up: Castelhaiti where they stayed: .the Casino Friday uresque ideal tourist sites. roundings of nature's own green i. -
night; Cabane Choucoune Saturday night they were delighted. 3' j Miles romNPorfa P 'd;--r.-:
with the Bacoulou show El Rancho Sunday night. In Haiti This Week P.HUNTIKNG- .. : ...- F
Monday noon, they were guests of the Mayor of the Capital. Mr SWIMMING -RECR A N
Jean Deeb at a luncheon at the Rond Point Restaurant. Many of- *Dr Patrice Galbert, a noted ,
ficials including the Prefect (Commissioner) of Port au Prince. dentist from Paris is visiting BUNGALOW .-; RESTA.
with wife Marcelle (Skat) Dr.
Mr Windsor Day. Andre Supplice and Brun Candy Chefs of Ser- Galbert is originally from Dar. WATER. S I
vices at the Tourist Department and Mr Andre Edner' Pageotte, tnique and his wife is a .stunn- -R" S; .- &.p....i" L"
President of the Association of Tourist Guides of Haiti and many ing blonde from Paris. Dr Gal-: lor your resunataon, -o up In ODrVA 1Btaa O f
newsmen attend. They took off Monday afternoon after Al Gordon, bert is Head.of clinic at the Eco R AU
Executive of the Alba International Corporation and his lovely le dentaire of Paris. They art :Corner Rue d.eii. 1an de C- ..t"1
wife Linda said to Mayor Jean Deeb their sincere appreciation ofguests at the 'Caibe.. -- .-:.
his exquisite courtesy toward the members of the Coral Gables _
Junior Chamber of Commerce. Jaco Sassine must be congratulated -
for arranging the visit of these Important Floridians...
"Mrs Olga Rothman and her pretty 13 year old daughter Eve- '
lyn just completed a two week visit in Haiti. Born in'Haiti, Olga
left the Country twenty years ago and came back last month. for
the first time. She is a niece of Mr and Mrs Jacques Moussa, of
Rue Lafleur Ducheine. Olga who did not forget her creole, found
that Haiti has changed a great deal-for the better..She was de "
lighted with the Haitian joie de ,ivre and courtesy and friendli-
ness. Evelyn joined to give credit to Mayor Jean Deeb, Mr Genrges
Gonzales, Manager of the Montana where they stayed for their
enchanting return to this isle.
'Miss Yolande Jolicoeur, a- registered nurse In New York cele..
brated her birthday on Septemrber 3rd. This charming "coSnpatrio-
te". has been inthe U.S. for more than six years. Her mother I-
Margot, cousin Irma Jobcoeur join *us in the many wishes we
made for her at this sp&eial occasoin.
"Dr William Roubeck. a young and prominent cardiologist from i
Oak Park. Michigan and his beautiful wife Gretchen- a well-klown It's the whole or I q
singer. were guests at the Ibo Lele last week. This "sympathique". - esae.t
couple had audiences enraptured with their delightful dancin. every theworldlies
at Ibo Lele, Cabane Choucoune, etc. Bill and Gretchen are al- of ex- ,
of exploration ad discovery.-
ready planning to coriie back for a longer visit. 'elnd every botteof',ry.HI LABE_" Scotch
"Dr Thomas Glasser, a noted surgeon at the -Hospital Flower -~vhisky lies a great tradition of blending -- that.Las
Fifth Avenue, New York. and wife Maxime and "ravis'inte" mrnde this fine old whfsky famous far Beyod the.
daughter Lynn 18. arrived here last week for a three day -sojotirn "borders-of its 'native Scotland. Today, ''WHITE...
at the El Rancho. Dr and Mrs Thomas Glasser were, on their r,ADEl," is known and appre;iated everywhere. -.-
third trip. "You see how we like it," said Mrs Glasser with -he- .1I1rever you are ask for
captivating smile, and I think a fourth time will make us lik? -
Sour isle even more." .Lynn, a premedical student at the Penn- -*-e t
sylvania State University ig from Mont Vernon. New Yoi'k. ':b i
"Lovely Katherine D. Seetman, a student in political sciences Z
at Hunter College, New York stopped here in transit, on her -way SiOTC WHISY
back to Miami. She will visit California before going back to New 7 r(f. VAR .
York. She regrets, she said, that she did not make plan to, stay T N- V A R I ,
here.
"Haijian Tennis Coach Joseph, Edmond Etienne 'went. to Ne'ivW t
York last week-end on an invitation on of:the Wilson porfittgf nt : '
Goods Co to attend the National Tennis Championship t Fo A Di Wtributorl
Hills, New York. Joe -will alsd receive a special coach trai g .
.- 0 Box .107 -Pqrt aj Pr;ince- Jfatt,,.-
Sy the best, U.S.- Coaches in view.of getting his- ast e Re d. 1s" de l'Eta Phi na
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*.0.ot' t'1.as'w& of.:cothes: 6s made last week
v sb e Rev.Biihpp etuq Ar -
6l of -the -Ezier Church
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I: Address To Kruschev OFFICERS GET .
UThe Datian Goveriunent join. -3he PENSIO NS Or "Mi&e o s
Th. PEe NSIONS o A'.-S:,; .; v
Other Latin American Bep- retired f.rom the Armed Frces n ann"
a ls In sending a message to reti m the A ed i ~ e o t .e Bo -:aa -lie
this past week was set as fol-- .oa u
Soviet Premier Kruchev asking lows by. a special Presideitial e"andatn a .i.tingi dh m ,.-
m to allow the populations decree dated September 7th. Museum", Dr Daild.-de VIta.. .
faster Gtermany to ip r Brigadier General Pierre Merce.- .
freely their opinion regarding n 1.250 gourdebl cordilly ntd t the ILncoln; Audom o
" their own political future. This o re .... .... ;
decision was taken at the request colonel Marcel Concital. A- sdlaslon Is
Sof Senor Wilson Vela, Foreign 1,000 gourdes -..
o-fM r MWis. 1of Ecluadore. Colonel Henry Neptune FAd'H.:
.Affairs Minister of Ecuador. g ou ,. -.
900oo gourdes "
Colonel Frynk Bayard FAd'H.: -
S Vote For 3 New 900 gourdes '-
Vote For Ne Capitaine de Vaisseau Albert -.-
Poitevien GCd'H: 900 gourdes
Deputies Set For Colonel Rene Florvile FAd'H.-: .- :
900 gourdes
October 1st. Major Henri Armand Ing. FAd'H -
600 gourdes
Elections to fill three vacano- Capt. Luc 0, Chassagne FAd'H,
ies in the Unicameral Legisla- (36 years 6 months of ser-
ture are set for the first Sunday ,ice): 600 gourdes.
in October.


These three vacancies occurred
on July 31st when the National
Assembly fired three of its mem-
hers for a lack of discipline.
Gonaives, Dessalines and Je-
renmie will vote new representa-
tives to the legislature.


Two Haitian Musicians


*Pretty Miss Patricia E. Moss,
an Editor-Writer for the Maga-
zine published by Prudential In-
surance is visiting Haiti this
week-end in a swing through the
Caribbean area. Guest aT the
Gingerbread Palace, she plaris.
to visit the Citadel.


To Give Recital Sept.


1 Next Friday Sept. 15th, two Haitian musicians, Miss Gladys
Sand Wanda Maximilien will ureseut a violoncello (cello) and piano
Recital at Haitian-American Institute. The recital will begin at
?:30 p.m. with 17-year-iild Gladys, playing the violoncelle and
Wanda, 15 years, playing piano. The program includes ,composi-
tions of Bach, Beelhoven, Chopin, Schumann, Senai(le and Popper.
'iThese two young musicians have already presented numerous reci-
tals in USA and in Haiti during the past year. Gladys who
is studying at Manhattan llusic School under the guidance of. pro-
lessor David Wells is the only violoncelle player of a. preparatory
school of music to have been included in the Manhattan's Reper,
d tory Orchestra,
. Wanda is a student at Juilliard School.of Music. Her professor


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