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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
Publication Date: September 24, 1961

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
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: AA00015023:00173

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
Publication Date: September 24, 1961

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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00173

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agqjlt Restauasn ind Kanas sightm ofthe
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In Haiti This Week
By AUBELIN JOLICOEUR"
**Gertflyn Jordan, a beautiful honey skidvisit-
or, flew back to New York, last Sunday with
tearfilled eyes. A 20 year 'old Secretary from


.New York, Lyn arrived here on May, 25.Jor a
mbnth as guest of Audrey Brake and Enid Rho-
den, got entranced with the Country, she drop-
Sped everything in New York and stayed here.
Like her friend Audrey, she was called "'Miss
Belle Bagaille", modeled for Olga Boutique and
performed in the famous Bacoulou Troupe. She had audiences
enraptured in everything she participated in. Lyn will be with us
again for the Xmas holydays...

"The Haitian Delegation to the Conference on the General Agree-
ment on Trade and GATT Tariffs includes Mr Franck Thebaud,
Councellor at the Cour Superieure des Comptes, as President, tra-
velling with his wife, Mr Henri Siclait, Administrative Director
of the Regie du Tabac, and his wife, Mrs Simone Georges, Assistant
to the Private Secretary of the President of the Republic, Mr
Edouard Dupont and Mr Rene Constant of the Department of
Finances. This conference is being held in Geneva, Switzerland...
"Dr Raymond Borno, the noted gynecologist flew to U.S. last
week on a three month study grant of Worcester Foundation...
SIan Gileadi, a former Director of the Haiti Government Tour-
ist Bureau in Miami arrived here last week-end for a few days at
the Villa Creole. lan is the Publisher of the celebratedGiltravel
Productions. He was entertained here by his old friend Pierre
Chauvet. owner of the Agence Citadelle...


'A ITT YU-N"^


.Loretta Wbalen:,--Maureer; DolaiM aniid.D0 .a Sea .Ve;. Sm .Ne.. iss. .:Ezaliet,
York atoed-e thIs W k -' a- e ne servatipn agent
.or stopped.here t iu W-'" 'ldu-. .ia . '.-" ,",e, d "une
J. Q' was. caled. Terp.heo tbe. eae o'-Ie.
Rock,-an expediting 'Maiager .fPom- Ne. Yrk and re t fe
Judith spent-a few.dlays at thiI HanCI'6a -ho elin tVeir h ne i
S. 1. .. '.-.
moon. Fred Hill who *works for -thp Trust' t pim ny -in Atlauta h Rie :"am"d.t"
Ga is visiting here this week, he.Is, gost. at the-'Gaziid otR' Oloa- are ,itf u'
son... Lovely blonde 'Juahita MT, .Gill .stopped in transit be ast- :E"a.o...
Sunday, and got her 'hart broken with regrets. Shei was. upposed- I,'. .
. .. - 1 e" M
to come to.the El Rancho for a few days,;ut she wash' ..sdisguted :
with. dull Jamaica that she cancelled lie.r trip- here putting Haiti. i
in the same fraternity. .ut it .ws good to'.ar her say: 'A fr .s :.:
are I can see Haiti- is magnificent, everything is Ao '. .ea
I really made a mistake .in ane.lUing .mxtrit.'.:Shai ale' L' s':t Terese
special visit to Haiti very soon?'? Juanita"m ade ai:od..f.fienda rker: -
here .in Mrs Marie Jose Malval bevcat.el, .the airper shdp' iiep er. ng '
Juanita is from; West Orange,, New J e :-.<:. -- -: '.:- ., Hotel :'Olo :-- ff ,
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S"The Voodoo Show put on by Katherine Dunham in her fabulous ,. ::. ,-
Habitation Leclerc receives praise from both Haitian and visitors.
The world famous dancer-actress and choreographer takes part in I
the action. She is fantastic...
"Mlr Melvin Shaw who has been here for 11 and a half years .",
as the Representative of the Otis McAllister, one of the largest .
Colfee importers in the US. left the Country last Saturday to take '
up the post of Commercial Officer of the U.S. Government in Sal-
vador. -.,
His wife Marguerite, Principal of the Union School will jbin -.
him as soon as the Board of Directors of the Union School fi .r0 :
finds a successor. Elizabeth, their elder daughter is in Shipley -
School in Philadelphia and Marian 18 is here with her mother...."
"'*The only trouble I have with coming to Haiti," kaid LTC S pmn the globe and couhtryrafter'c6#l pry wea before you- ..-. :
tr- "l-Si largeand small, old and new, from rhe'Tropias.t tle;olvl, In dl .' i'...'-.,.-:'.-'.i
Wilhelm Radlein, a young officer of the Third Royal Batallion of o d sm you can le.ureo find inrg "e rrao s-T -one of ,
Sor-them you can "be.sure of fidinn "w irr LABEL" --One of the
the 22nd Canadian Infantry, "is when I have to leave such a Para- great Scorch whiskieof theworld. The unique oftfpsof Scottish,'. "-
dise." Wilhelm was born here of Jamaican parents and received '_ bumn after and more than a century of- fine ble'bdidg;l~.ve-....
*~ .- Bw < Jcombined to iake -''wHIT LABEL' a :Whi.sky-amo w ..- ,, : . .ao w-f.'
his classical education here. He went to Canada six years ago com ed to E LABEL" a- Whisky- n whi es. -'
to complete his studies, entered the Canadian Air Forces and then
transferred to the Canadian Infantry. He spent a-month with his "-; ''
parents and friends here.... S W: .H ISK
&"Lovely Dania (Danny) Stecher flew to River College, New
Hampshire last Sunday..; Alfred Stines went to Detroit to study "- '- A kE '
mechanical engineering... Ernest de Filippis, a printer from Stan- .
ford, Connecticut and charming wife Sandie, married on Septemb- ge tti . -. '.' .
er 9 spent a few days at El Rancho on their honeymoon trip.in the -- Ae e""i.Wt Y :- .-- .'
Caribbean... Mrs Charles Turner, formerLaura Riboul, arrived P.. Boxe OT.- ort-aq i aia -' "I
last Sunday from a four week vacation in Mexico and was met at .-- Rue-.du Magasn de rEtat- P-ho 3721 -'' '
the Airport by her youthful Colonel husband... Max Betances, a ; ,,-~-: .. 1.
croupier of the Casino International "should never have- returned .'' --
from his 3 week vacation in the U.S." wish a great many gambl-. -.lI ', a .
ers, as-Maxs has been sweeping all the money from the Black
Jack Table... Civil and sanitary Engineer Louis I'liou just spent ..; CEL ENT' LOB I DISHES A PECI- :-I
'eleven month in North Western University, Evanston-Illinois where Thle ITi ;.
he studied "Genie Sanitaire". On his way back he spent a month '.*J a ,u.
in Puerto Rico on an observation visit. Louis is working with the V L -
Pote Cole in Cap Haitien... Gerard Elie is back here'for a two '-.fl'-A",:
. week vacation with his parents. He has been in the U.S. for 8 ;- -.
years, he works for a brokerage house... Ramona Andersen, .wife HAVY Y OUR j TfA{7 AT KYA
of Dynamo Andy Andersen, Manager of the Southerland Tours -Q r .O." .. A ON '
gbt back Sunday from a two week trip in the U.S. Andy who Swim-'imriZ lle ''
.S Andy. who "Ah 7..... .
went to San Juan Friday last was in-transit with the same flight Andi a S Co M I -"'' .,..
going to Jamaica... Miss Marianne Czernin a secretary from New
York is staying three weeks at the" Schweitzer hospital with W aters From Kyona.: : 'w, ,-
friends... Nurses Joyce M. Tiernan'- from Montclair, New Jersey, DEiP-SEA2FIS N Ei.Si S.'.' :


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.e ~~ ~ ~ tol Ao & Niia K rs c e e fi~J i h ch okned indipenast i di c ondiionso
a e he re dnt oased~te the $90 'Grra adco P oeedisr out m nt
Fiesdnt tlln te oldii fec thP am h ut In0 aoner.e
utwllnt e metonisa kneen stp, tePeintad soe t he Unit d ae#
I vn t h in T PresidcfiCf tied al femove mitted-a b ote enea se
mmunis som rougthe con hiom aou Ber iH paroposedt that dar mament ,sme rit ln aln

of ~ ~ a waf' he-w nts wa tieon ni and et ie ps r on g raeing for srnt ft e m j rp w
aved oNat bhole et nu n ra ia m -21 ilo e
president ne Uniono& bd n gr e
e bt e eare hor ved upr-t he' l' thl e U.N. poih ent rcl be. coto-" ray as rn has edl a ,
led tor the, thh, *111-t annd fre do led to n it r ai nl r ai n ce r tet f al k n s

Mondav t -arrestn -fre mhn in lan their,
"Inan'U~ ~ ~ Th ae Preside nt exrored, thult ad-lan oplt r
id drff toncle 'e-, esp RbW~ s,;,tie- at~exgident "Thr -i -o -ee for Ic
wiet Un ov".eln I- ehs who. creats~e
18Mnj1this' Uniite daesir watdtpei frt (hrl ftrhespa ce, th e re gn s

drt siAn -e itu ts ep s: tp,, h rsdntadipkteUi
Une_ r'sit eed States soteptpslo
Ih e-ie Uthon toay fervent in-
authri -popse the secrtsr -e
t~~~a ofThe. Pr .inited Nations to thsug'-som l
getga th r ied- :touni reoentd
epep of the om 15Evsuggestingeeo'othe' Comnit th e
I.Ah -te si~ wih w new st rt n W o ld ,tha th re i : til ti e r-to cl goingn re' difen outlawin
tion heg ae said:"Ther h onl
oney tio untd an entir proram for steghoNtemjrpoen
agreement~eectie. The- Preordent alUiedsTgehrwesal ae
pounr e comlet andte oit hi
ep~~~~~~~~~r;~~A s sofa thil old-fashionede oug Prsdntgnea dsrm -2. ilin e.
-6n~~cloilir s has bee d mi~n- a it"ol:be are
K, d k' th all i hingni reeth borlt aly'civd
gravity~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ in, audiencet tnldn some Telgca lcet eind_
d~~ifficult~ ~~ and thi -it fla es delegats, gr'y baee eans.
'dsra et Kened said; mmn o ove. 'ol
ivered, av It e i at w e, egar e s f .e uon therii-onal IgnedR
ria ~~~~a~na natiohses who are neuaa ..retyasinngth edt-
the United States sabe control-
if ~ ~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ pce -alinte ut n .Ae sa 'we earn- fends th itgrityi utbufreedom
leer bye an nentoa or ant z ., nceartssofalknd"i
ormofte usale rn 'fte eena an. aid of West Belin, a o
ce, added theater .er sixiii thifamwekrf veyunvro metuner
-nati ~ ~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ sh.eea se~~yte ee'~~lsig.e olen the-o posbl ities oufn eg otit ing 't e UN,4h-0-md n ad' b cnrl.





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Leonard D. Bi


ODVA Senior Technician Departs On Vacation


Deschapelles. -Leonard D.
Brooks, a member of the U. S.
Operation Mission (USOMI, Se-
nior technician of the Organis-
me de Developpement de la Val-
lee de l'Artibonite (ODVA) is
off to Washington and 3 months
home leave in City of Calo-
well (Idaho). He is a graduate


Mrs Ralph C. Siple of New Ply-
mouth (Idaho). He won apprais-
ing headlines in both the Uni-
versity of Idaho Alumni .News
and the Idaho Extension Service
News of the University of Idaho
of Moscow (Idaho) for his abi-
lity- and merits in the accom-
plishments o6 the tasks devoted


The hard-working American Specialist with ODVA.-


Science, 1917 and Master of to him.
Science 1955, in Rural Econo- The various newspapers of
mics). Soon after his graduation, the Stale, such as the St. Ma-
was appointed Director of Agri- ries Gazette (Ste Maries) The
cultural Extension for the Coun- New Plymouth Record (New
try of Benowhn (Idaho) with Plymouth), the Boise Stateman
residence at St. Maries, capital (Boise) and the Spokane Chron-
of the CoLmtry. icle (Spokane, State of Washing-
Ten years ago. he married lon) have favorably commented
Miss Siple, daughter of Mr and on his actions as an extension


speci
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alist, 40 hisc dynah r !in a.a M oe t db t Cn t v
a,."t d 4.l,, betterr, .ej$ ow._f m .t-j "';,,re .the2,' vnl, p d, ttei4"3
iirelop-ment of cor' and agricuturdl. science a-d be vacation c
ie cultures there.. . ..

was transferred : ; i:. ,*.ti. r*
e he arrived oni Seieber flea t S
1959. In hs capacity' of rSe- .... -. ;',,
technician of thd ObVA h -- Th
able to attract, the e s-ern d, -. 1'.
th the Haitian Direttor and .. '- .,-'. i,,
jcians of that organization ei. Man er: Ger.a
is contribution"to'the. Deve- .. ...'-. -
ent of the mongrel Cornelli Phone '955 P.. O O. 8 .
orn, Blue Bonnet Rice,. .Cu-
lers, water 'melons, ;.riusk -


melons, tomatoes, -Egg plants.

His help was very precious in
the realization of the "Ukiri
Claire Heureu s e" (Canning
Plant). of Pont-Sonde, which will
manufacture for the benefit of
the whole country a very good
portion of tomatoes paste, juice
and catchup, fruit juices, which
will in a great proportion, both
reduce the importation of such
utilities from foreign centers
and contribute to the improve-
ment of our economy. "


Thanks to his earnest coqper-
ation, the Rice mill of De au
could be improved by. the addi-l
tions of such units as new -ldry-
ers and silos which will. bd no
doubt double its production.
Besides all that, Mr Brooks,
in acknowledgement of the voitk
of the young Haitian technicians, '
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STEPHEN BROSI

M.V. HAITI TIADEIt

M. V. nAfI MEIWHAkT

PERSONALtY SUPERVISED"

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FOR VACATION PLANTINGS IN KENSCOFF P

HAS STRAWBERRY PLANTS: States Missionary Variety $10.00 pe'F 100..

California Black .Fig trees $1.0Q each ;Z

Calla Lillies 50 cents each; Nile .Lillies $1.00. each

Geranimns, Trunmpet Cliinbars, Other Plants-Bulbs

MINIMUM ORDER $5.00

For lower attitudes tropical plants ,

Inquire at CIHATELE.T DES FLEURS... .

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July 23rd- 1961 issue, the very sound article bringing
up the problem of inadequate plane service:

After- reading such just remarks, it .comes out as
conclusion that it is indeed a. discomforting thought
that with all the machinery involved in a country to
provide efficient tourism development at- home and
successful tourism promotion abroad, one has to take
for granted in advance that half the fruits of all ef-
-forts will be spoiled-so to speak. Meaning, for instance,
the disheartening fact that 30 per cent of reservations
are cancelled en'route. This, and- such an alarming
paradoxe as the lack of seats in a plane on its way to
Port an Prince while there are hundreds pf, vacant
Hotel rooms there, should be the sole concern of every-
body before any further development.

Of course the jet airport is the only way to open
that dboo to the flow of visitors looking for what Haiti
is offering but being routed elsewhere now, where there
.are jet--landing facilities:. And toward that solution,
whether the right approach and means are being used
or not, first it should be stressed strongly over and
over by the Press all the points that make such a pro-
ject the sine qua non for further increase in tourists
affluence, all the losses -suffered because of its inexist-
ence, and bring it a "First things first" matter in the
agenda of those responsible for and those who are to
benefit from tourism development in Haiti.


by the selection of an outstand-
ing civil servant to carry for-
ward the responsibilities of the
secretary-general a man en-
dowed with both the wisdom
and the power to make mean-
ingful the moral force of the
world community."
SThe Troika "To install a
triumvirate, or any panel or rot-
ating authority, in the U.N. ad-
ministrative offices would re-
place order with anarchy, action
with paralysis, and confidence
with gross confusion... to give
this organization three drivers -
to permit each great power in
effect to decide its own case -
would entrench the Cold War in
the headquarters of peace."
The Arms Race "It is there-
fore our intention to challenge
the Soviet Union, not to an arms
race, but to a peace race to
advance with us step by step,
stage by stage, until general and
complete disarmament has ac-
tually been achieved."
Disarmament Plan "The
program to be presented to this
assembly for general and
complete disarmament under ef-
fective international c o n t rol...
would achieve under the eye of
an international disarmament or-


T ....r Yu Like Cutty Sark
The More You Like Cutty Sark


As for its financing on governmental level, it is un- ganization, a steady reduction
n forces, both nuclear and con-
likely that Washington would consider at the present nationall, until it has abolished -
a Tourism item as the most important one in which all armies and all weapons ex-
to invest money, men and equipment, in its program cept those needed for internal
to help Latin-America, f6r the simple reason for ex- order and a new United Nations 1t Jgt
ample, that even in the U.S. territory, tourism deve- peace force." a ,lt
es on s U.N. Emergency Forces-"The
lopment is usually regarded as the concern, esponsi- United States recommends that
ability and pride of the business community and citizens all member nations earmark
of each locality. For Haiti, Agriculture, industry, edu- special peace-keeping units in
cation, etc..., the immediate necessity of life, and for their armed forces -to be on
that matter, have a better chance, in their promotion, call to the United Nations-to be
to be.:"specially trained and quickly
to bemet halfway by Uncle am, even if it is now available d i advance
being done with some difficulty. Besides, since these provision for financial and logist-
same itreas .also are to benefit from the money spent ic support.'
in the country by the visitors, it is only logical to sug- Outer Spacee-"We shall urge
gest that part of the effort and money appropriated proposals- extending the U.N.
now to their.implementation could be temporarily shift- charter to the limits of man's
ed toward the realization of Haiti's Jet Airport; and exoraton the re-
countless gimmicks, such as tax upon tourist car fare,
WITH BRIDE

.Agin, it would be only a temporary sacrifice that James E. Theroux, a buyer
will prove' a sound and rewarding investment, whereas from Lansing, Michigan is on
his second 'visit here in two
the other alternative is to wait for outside financing years He got married last week
and watch.the very likely outcome of a gradual de- and arrived with his charming Exclusive Distributor:
cline in the actual tourism situation. wife Mary. He was very pleased DR. GERARD KENOL
*to see again his Guide of two 151 Rue du Centre
Truly Yours, years Marc Princy who became51 ue du Centre
M. the Owner of the Night Club La
Ne Y i Fregate. Jimmy and Mary are ON SALE AT
New York City. guests at the Oloffson. . THE BETTER STORES

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H HAITI SUN
HE ITIAN ENI LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER Highlights
Community Weelly Published Sunday Morning
EdltorPiPblier BEBNBD DIBDEBIHf
rant-esponsable MUA LOf Kennedy's Speech
MEMBER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN.
ESTABLISHED IN 1e UNITED NATIONS, N Y .-- serving outer space for peaceful Westein powers, and the free-:
Highlights of Presidefnt Kenne- use, prohibiting weapons of mass dom of West Berlin. We cannot .
w Y day's speech to the U.N. General destruction in space or on cel- yield these interests. We cannot
New York, Sept. 17, 1961 Assembly: estial bodies, and, 'opening the fail these commitments... -The.
Edtor of HAITI-SUN Secretary-general Dag .Ham- mysteries and benefits of space Western powers have calmly re-
Citedede lExposition .marskjold's death "His trag- to every nat~on." solved to defent, by whatever
Port au Prince, HAITI. edy is deep in'our hearts, but West Berlin-"If there is a means are forced upon them,
the task for which he died is at dangerous crisis in Berlin -and. their obligations and their ac-
Sir: hthef top of or agenda... the pro- there is- t is because of teats ess to the free citizens of West
Your highly interesting newspaper eager to reflect blem is not the death of one against the vital interests and Berlin and the self-delermina-
and guide Haiti's frantic struggle toward true pro- man the problem is the life the deep commitments of the tion of those citizens."
gress deserves increased public attention. Best congra- of this organization." ,
tilations4 for your most gratifying editorials and some Successor To Hammarskjold-
inspiring articles. May I point out particularly, in your- ur dedication to tho...t The' More You Know About th
i~ 3() "Or ddicaionto hat(U..) M re ou now Ahot Rcotch



























































Haiti's Aiiliassddor to ArgentiIna. .r Hubert Carre, publisher of
Le Jour, held a gala reception at his residence in Buenos Aires
last ipek in Ihe spirit of closer Hailian-Argentina relations.
Guest of lionor at tlhe fete lias Argentine Ambassador to Haiti wvho
is %isiling liis country on home-leave with his tife, Senora Alicia
(ie Poinih Gui.asula.

Abote: Mirs. llnlirt Carre receiving IUniled Arab Republic, Ambass-
ailor Dr Oscar .Manugat.


With Ambassador of France Le Comle Armand du Chayla and
S%%edish Envoy Carl B. de Borgenstierna.


Dr Ponbo converses %with India's Ambassador S. E Tara Sing
B41, Indonesian M minister Tengku and Haitian Embassy Secretary
Jean K. Desvarieux.



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PA.GE,8 '.


SsHai an
j W e a re
Mon-a-:l re

M ires W. a a Taiezztl
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Mr. Jean-Marie Beriault of ant upon the Club and shop open-' can obtain such a license. Owing whickwould. provide -; through t r' ul
Montreal, who is in Port au ing will be aimed at, sending' to growing competition, frgi route-for sC oan;dia q-oitng'to t frst ,tUe on
Prince on tlis third visit in 3 tourists to Haiti. In this connect, which grow new ..deas and sti- laiTi. FTrans'-indicopeI la d,
months, will return to Montreal tion, Mr Beriault has taken 1000 nulation, Canada is 4iloomint af~eg ontreal --Nassau ing .FoplO*ltg 'r1
with nine Haitian artists in tow, feet of film locally, startirig with with. ex otic restaurants a.n d ton, and -Haiti would, become the- -'Briault 'i a
to perform at his newly opened the National Palaed and cover-- clubs. Mr Beriault's new Club terrinal:.point it these negotia-, he-;is"'hai':e.
Club Choucoune, on 4-month con- ing Le Perchoir, Kenscoff,, etc. Choucoune contains :a Voudon tions.'are fruitful. -:n. Beriault, 'ig-the n:"ieecssa .fo
tracts with renewal options, ending with views of Hotel Chou- Room and the. Caribbean. Bar. said he received a very cordial the :'atist .: Th'ibdqii p i
First of all Mr Beriault hired coune and Cabane Choucoune. It is not Mr Beriault's first vent- reception tor .the Minister, who not leave ion. Moindahu
the five musicians who have Mr Beriault expects to. fellow ure of.the kind said he could' see absolutely' no Dr. IAveque ..0feter'
been entertaining at Hotel Mon- up by hiri-ig more H'aitian art; TRANS-GANADA IRLINES objection :to the~ project. This chst A~ t rst
tana Max Pierrot, M. Jean- ists and is negotiating with one HOOK-UP '.- weekly .Mr Beriault is submitting (whi were.sea e
Baplist Joe Laoie of the better darice troupes. Of greater importance to Haiti a -proposal'to .the Haitian Gov- sited. u'oi .
Baptiste, Joe Lavoie. Sidney poit 'vanipus analsi
Sauc-ur and G. Courvoisier He Canada is seeing a boom in is the fAct that last Thursday. eminent to issue'a formal inivi order. ito permit t:tn
s ao signe up Aus Duo- the nightclub business due to the Ottawa the Hon. Leon Balcer, station to .the Canadian. Govern-I hesea¬ re re' L
as also signed'up Aujguste Duro-
sier as his singer, and both Mo- change in Government and sub- Canada's Minister of TranSioer- mentto extend that air roite, t e Canadia tf .e.i
unique Laudan and Jacqueline of sequent change" in laws, pari- station, was approached by Mr. certain that -such an invitation cils, but by iff o
the Molnana dancers. The orch- cularly relating to liquor licen- Beriault to- inquire into the pos- will be acted. upbi immediately. Mit Be.. alul.:.was' '.c~iipl'
estra left for Canada Monday, ses, which formerly were poli- sibilities of the Traps-Canada Being-a ren h. V i making inga s, B ands- ';ijh
Sept. 18th. and Mr Briault ex- tical plums. Now, anyone of gooJ Airlines extending its operations tion Mr Beriault feels thfa Haiti whole e idea, -so lan
pcits to leave Wednesday with reputation and financial ability from Kingston to Port au Prince, isa .natural'for Canadian..:to ut g thnagpi
Auguste, Monique and Jacque- spend five.or six-day& here, after e in th y
line. a one or two day visit- in (he ,.
INSURE WITH- SURE INSURANCE- other points touched by.: Trans-
Hotel Choucoune has been Mr 'Canada Airline; Aleo-rby matnkng
Bernault's home in Haiti on his Portau Prince .lhe lines ier -. m
visils, and he has named his CALEDONIAN INSURANCE COMPANY al in the CaribbeaM ,"
club after it. The new club, nada'wold. q .g i~ps:-- here
which seats 220 people, has a Founded In 1805 which, initurn.w d'1c, te em-
nightly show and serves Frenh ployment for Haiti -prsonel. -
and Haitian specialties. It con- INCORO I speaking of'it idtre
-tains 16 murals painted by Haiti- and natural IppealD 1 SBe"Aa*' t .
an artist, Roger Dupou.x, who THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT declared his -belief that it has.
is still in Montreal. more to off ir lthai any f the 'i
Si, weeks from now Mr Be RONY CHENET 8~ SONS other- islds Mentioning : fSNAIDA
nault uitends to open a shop AGENTS FOR HAITI muda, he commented,' 'yQ' '' y-
whMere he will exhibit Haitian hate someone, tell humn to pend ..-. -
sculpture, paintings and maho- -a Sunday.,iih.:Bermuda! .BeFl
gany arhtcles. Publicity attend- Address Rue des Miracles Opposite Nationl- Bant. return hating you!".


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i .i as e ..their t, i t.it identif-ation" a Childrein m. ,.C i
bed .i vmid-et en . te Secreta.ry P.t e~ Dr SBojmi
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PAGE 10 .H .HAt T i. SUN



I Visitors In Town


*Misses Rose larie Yuhas and by his beautiful wife Elida Ele-
Miriam Pollack, two nurses na Elly) from Argentina. An-
from New York spent a capti- tony and Elly were guests at
.vating 3-days at El Rancho. The the Villa Creole. They flew back
evening of their arrival, they to San Juan Thursday. They
met the Represe n t a t i v e s of were entertained here by young
the Monetary Fund alter a par- Haitian .Engineer Daniel Ma-
ty given at El Rancho by the gloire and his wife.
Secretary of State of Commerce
and Industry. It was swell. The *Miss Phoebe Hadjopoulos, an
girls cancelled their trip and Editor from New York is cur-
stayed a week. They went to rently visiting here. So are Ra-
Jamaica for a few days and got gion Gonzalez and wife Lee Bee-
back here Tuesday as guests of ker in theatre in New York.


the gentlemen of the
Fund.

*Both Jill Ruddell
Meinberg have a bug
'ard Chemaly. Which
win.


Monetary


and Eva
for Edou-
one will


Phoebe is guest at the El Ran-
cho. Ramon and Lee are staying
at the Ibo-Lele.

'Carlo Peter Petrasanta, an
elect. Technician and Carolee
Wendler, a young graphic art-
ist and designer from New York
are absorbing the charms of the
Magic Isle.

'Marie Berangere de Matteis,


'Gerald Rimer, a young exe-
cutive from Montreal and his
Belgian wife Judie Ida are hon-
eymooning in the Haitian Joie
de vivre. They are guests at El
Rancho. Burton Gold. an Elect-
rical Engineer from New York
and wife Isabel stopped also at
the Rancho for their honeymoon.


rangete 15 v
tion Academ,
'Mrs Larimer Mellon. former le years
lew years.
Gwendolyn Grant returned last to the Sch
week-end in company with son in Philadelp
Michael J. 'Rawson, a student
in Rome, Italy. *Arne (Nec
as sad a Su
-Antony Hambourls. a young Lovely Diane
Greek Engineer working in Rochelle, N1
Puerto Rico arrived Sunday and to work for
was joined here hto days later MEN. Diane


WITH A


Mr,and Mrs Davil. Sc
cutive of the Haitian
during and Specialty.

*Miss Simone Duvalie
est daughter of Dr Fra
valier, President of tl
blic arrived Tuesday
two month vacation in
with her two elder sis
rie Denise and Nicole
studying in London. SI
the trip in company w
Germaine Victor, youtl
puty Luckner Cambron
Lieutenant Harry Tassy
Presidential Guaid.
She was met at the a
her distinguished parent
*Antoine Khawly arrive
day from a two week
Louisiana and Texas.
*Misses M. Jearine M
a nurse and June E. O
also a nurse and Bar
O'Donnell, an Executiv


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..era!d Sejo .-ne.l -e bic -. are .stu dyi- pct w~-te.
e R1 eUaer itute p G rnment. C "'. .
s s in Engineering., He.,.,. . "-' :
his' studes in. Etigne6
will ,-ruate" nqxt: y.e ii ft& :Miss Theresa .E .uU ,.
harl Exe- four yeers aft the Rnssqlaer. artists fron Ne: Yor was
Minulact greeted tris week :by Haitian
"Mr Maurice Casneus, erme .st GerardNoe. -
SConsul o-Halti in London gret-
ed here, this week Mrs .-ohn *Bill KEestner, a paleian for
rnco sDu- Michie, in aviation.in. Lon ESSO in Coral Gables isntown
he iRepu- and Harry Rudolf Osiar. Steph- He vwas greeted I 'b Ara7hi pil
he FRepu-.. . .. ..:o,, ".i.A
S ens an Airlinbeofficial from Lon= lett, Manager of the ESS i
S don' These two British. visitors Haiti.
SEurope -
ters Ma-
currentiy
he made -
ith Miss CONSULT
h-ful.pe-
me and
y of the sach t -thebaud

airport by arc iet U. of '. ;.
its.


ed Tues-
visit to

cDonald,
'Donnell,
rbara J.
e Secre-


lovely daughter of Mr and Mrs lary from New York, guests at
Alfredo de Matteis who just the El Rancho. Miss Giuliana
made a three month tour in Adviana Murenbeeld, a. Swiss
Europe with her parents flew to Secretary-in New York, Mr Er-
Philadelphia Monday. Marie Be- nest Mueller a hotel Keeper in


vas at the Assomp-
y'in Florida for a
She went this year
I of the same name
hia.
ddy) Kolbjornsen is
inday without mass.
Scharf flew to New
ew York Thursday
ALL SPICES FOR
is the daughter of


BESSAMATIC
BRAun

SC A M E R A 5 AT FltI: l lrn1 Plr..:s



tamr Cener .


m RUE BONNrE FOI
Phone: 23, 0' O
n..-.g, :S.KRHN AIRCONOITIONE B
AIR-CONDITIONELI -- lIfs


Switzerland and wife Claire,
guests at the- Villa Quisqueya
are currently visiting here.


*The Haitian American Meat-,--- -. -.
and Provision Co made its firstI.,M 4 ei e SfW.q
shipment of meat to the United -
States under the U.S. Federal
Inspection Law. Six tons of meat -
were shipped to Puerto Rico un Sc s
der the supervision of Mr Sam
Ferber, Executive of the- Abat-
toir Moderne. Haiti is one of the TFIRE CAR R L TRAVE
very few countries to export
meat to the U.S.

'Charles Daggett. Harvey, a -
student from Illinois and wife
Elaine who just got married are
honeymooning here; They are -
guests at the Ibo-Lele. ..... ._"-. " _i ~''..


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'FARE FOR HAITI A -. ^.4 -:...
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NEW YORK PORTiAtA-PRINCE -_(DEPARTURE
EVERY FRIDAY):

CARGO SHIPS (12 -PASSENGERS) -.T.35- ALL YE- A

COMBO-.SHIPS (.52 PASSENGERS). FROM $155

PORT AU .PRINCE NEW YORK (DP-eARfEVERY- SUKD.

LUXURY SHIPS:, SANTA ROSA SANTA PAULS
300 PASSENGERS FTARE 'ROM $195.00

FOR INFORMATION ,



Joseph adal & C
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Sunday September 24th, 1961


- "t HAITI


PROMOTIONS IN THE ARMED FORCES


By Ootnmlislon of His Excel-
lency the President ol the Re-
public, the following promotions
were given:

INTERIOR AND NATIONAL
DEFENSE DEPARTMENT
(Forces Armees d'Haiti)
Colonel: -*
Lt-Colonel Jacques Laroche,
Lt-Colonel Lionel Honorat,
Lt-Colbnel Max Deatjen,
Lt-Colonel Yves Cham,
Lt-Colonel Charles Turnier.

Lieutenant-Colonel:
Major Roger St. Al in,
Major Marcel Cheiubin,
Major Jean Beauvoir,
Major Roger AJ;arez,
Major Joseph 'Lamarre,
Major Kern Delince,
Major Kesner Blain.

Major:
Capitame Nerva Staco,
Capitaine Edner Nelson,
Capitaine Frederic Mc-Arty,
Capitaine Octave Cayard,
Capitaine Breton Claude,-**"
Capitaine Gerard Charles-Pierre,
Capitaine Jean Bernier,
Capitaine Claude Raymond,--
Capitaine Jean M. Belot,


Capitaine Gracia Jacques.
Capitaine:
Lieutenant Jean-Baptiste Garcon,
Lieutenant Jean Thomas,-
Lieutenant Robert Plumer,
Lt Augustin Etienne,
Lt. Joseph Lemoine,
Lt.--Alphonse Bazin,
Lt. Esau Jn-Joseph Andre,
Lt. Serge Charles, -'.. .
Lt. Gabart Jonquille,
Lt. Jacques Lapierre,
Lt. Gerard Vaval,
Lt. Jean Belotte,
Lt. Lionel Alerte.
Lt. Maurice Dure, SS. FAd'H..
Lieutenant:
Sous-Lieutenant Max Paris,
Ss-Lt. Serge Coicou,
Ss-Lt. Ilkeen Chenet,
Ss-Lt. Serge Sansaricq,
Ss-Lt. Ricot Desmangles,
Ss-Lt. Gontran-Desmangles,
Ss-Lt. Edouard Guillord,
Ss-Lt. St. Clair Jn-Gilles,
Ss-Lt. Antoine Jn-Gilles,
Ss-Lt. Michel Alcindor,
Ss-Lt. Petion Michel,
Ss-Lt. Paul Coen,
Ss-Lt. Victor Carre,
Ss-Lt. Alphonse Denis,
Ss-Lt. Jean Emmanuel Marc
Noel,
Ss-Lt. Dumary Cherenfant.


Dominican Steamship


Company

Allen & Baussan Agents

OFFER A NEW REGULAR DIRECT
SERVICE FROM T5EW YORK
Every Friday


SHIPS:


New York Departure


LEAVES PORT AU PRINCE REGULARLY
FOR NEW YORK
Every Wednesday


SHIPS
Filor ea

T. J. STEVENSON
80 Broad Street
- Nw York, N. Y.


1 InlEoana

& Co.


P-au-P Departure
tion See:

ALLEN & BAUSSAN
Cite de lExposition
Tel: 2697.


. Retrigeration Cargo and Passengere Accepted -


ED. MURROW'S ASSISTANT HERE

(Continued from page 1) reporter to bureau chief of a
As an assistant to Edward R. Press Association.
Murrow, Director of USIA, Mr He first joined the U.S. Infor-
McKnight is responsible for the mation program in 1951, serving
U.S. Information program in as press attache to the American
Latin America. His rank is equi- Embassy in Rome. Three years
valent to that of an Asst. Under- later he was promoted to Depu-
Secretary of State. ty Director of the U.S. Cultural
As a former journalist and and Information Service in Italy.
free-lance writer, Mr. McKnight Later assignments sent him to
is uniquely qualified for this Seoul, Korea and Rio de Janeiro,
position. From 1928 to 1951 Brazil as Director of U.S. Cul-
with the exception of the war tural and Information Service.
years. During World War II he On April 19, 1959 he was ap-
served overseas in the U.S. Ar- pointed to his present position.
my with the rank of Major. Mr McKnight is married, with
he worked in various fields of children, and speaks Spanish,
the journalism profession from Italian and Portuguese.


VOODOO VILLAGE"OWNERS VISIT
LAND OF INSPIRATION
S


(Continued from page 1)
King's X, did such anr excellent
job. She knows because, as a
guest at Hotel Choucoune, she
found that the mural on the wall
leading to the dining room of
that famous hotel might have
been done by the same artist.
But, artist Sam Van Meeter has
never been out of the U.S. He's
an artist for Hallmark cards at
home, but when Ceil Meeker
commissioned him, he read
every book he could find on


Mre Meeker's sister has in-
vented ten different distinctive
rum drinks, some of which are
served in coconut shells- which
they get from California. One in
particular is an almost exact du-
plicate of the Choucoune's po-
pular Coco Cocktail, and Mrs
Meeker is pleased with that too.
Mr Meeker is going to bend
every effort to find a way to
buy Barbancourt Rum in Kan-
sas City. Ceil is determined to
go home with a load of typically


Haiti and came up with some- Haitian souvenirs to be present-
thing pretty authentic. Mrs ed to her patrons. It even sounds
Meeker has taken pictures of the as if one of the two lounges will
murals at Hotel Choucoune to be known henceforth at "The
show at home, and will shortly Choucoune". These friendly peo-
forward pictures of the Voodoo ple are real friends of Haiti in
Village to this newspaper. the best sense of the phrase.


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Choucoune Scores 'On

Summer Business
(Continued from page 1) .

In addition to many new
guests, Choucoune has man
'permanent friends' all over the
U.S. who spend their annual va-
cations returning to Choucoune.
The famed Cabane Choucoune
is the busiest nightclub in Haiti
As an. instance, last Saturday
night Mr Marini put on three
separate shows and had a total
of some 600 guests. The early
show was for the 25 visitors
aboard the SS. Victoria in port,;
the second show was the Mireille.
Boutique's Fashion Show, with
the third late show by the Ba.
coulou Troupe, which also per-
formed in the first show. In ad-
dition tp the tourists, who
wouldn't think of missing Caba-
ne Choucoune on Saturday nites,
there are numerous parties of:q
Haitian socialites at the Cabane-
every Saturday. One of Haiti's:
first h6tels, Choucoune is still:--
one of Haiti's finest and most
popular.


Haitian Meats Enter

U. S. Markets
(Continued from page 1)

the meat shipped is boned here".
to give additional employment to !
Haitian people. There are two'
expert butchers from Puerto'
Rico working at the abattoir toY
train more Haitian men in that,
business.


Haiti can be proud of the fact
that its new abattoir is able to
pass the rigid inspection meas--
ures enforced by the United Sta-,
tes Department of Agricutlture..l
In the whole world there are:
but ten of fewer countries whose
meat exports are acceptable to
the U.S.

This initial shipment was the::
forerunner of daily shipments in
future, which when publicized.
and realized will give real hope
to local raisers of cattle, goats"
and pigs, who will know that
their sales no longer need. be
hit-or-miss and that their an-.
mals are disposable with cert-"
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Last week, Mrs Clovis Kernisan, in charge of Informations Press
Service at the French Embassy, flew to U.S.A... Home from a
tour of United States, is Mr Rene Louis, employee of "Programme
Cooperatil d'Education" (CEP)... We have received the special
number of "Le Bon Grain", (July 10th Sept. 15th), official re-
port of "Division du Developpement Rural" (CEP)... By an official
communication, the National Education Department announces the
reopening of schools on October 9th in place of October 3rd... Wed-
nesday Sept. 22th, 43 cadets of the 1959-1961 Promotion, named
"Lysius Fehliite Salomon Jeune's Promotion" had been certificated
and commissioned officers .. Me Lucien Daumec, under-Secretary
of State at Health Department, has been appointed- Conseiller
d'Honneur of "Suciete d'Encrinologie d'Haiti"... Saturday at 2:30
p m., arrived by clipper, His Excellency Mohamed El ber, am-
bassador of the Republique Arabe Unie to Haiti... Friday at 3:00
p.m., the new building of "Imprimerie de I'Etat" was inaugurated
by His Excellency the President of the Republic, Dr Francois Du-
ralier.... Tuesday afternoon, returned from vacationing in the U.S.
Mr Robert Newbegin, Ambassador of the United States to Haiti...
Monday 25tl at 7 to 9 p.m., at Bourdon, a lunch will be offered
in tlie residence of the Attache Culturel of United States to Haiti,
and Mrs Murphy in honor of Mr John McKnight,. departmental head
of the information service for Latin America of USIS... By com-
mission Lof the President of the Republic, His Excellency Dr Fran-
cois Duvalier, Engineer Antonio Rimpel named co-ordinating of
Board of Directors at ODVA... Mr Leonce Guerrier of the Sec-
tion of Rural Development Department, is back from an eleven
months stud.\ trip to the U.S. where he received the title of "Mas-
ter of Elucation"... MM. Gesner Baptiste and Richard Boulain,
professors at Normal Education, and Mrs Charles Leroy, professor
at Rural teacher's training-school, with a foundation scholarship


of International Cooperation Administration (ICA) flew
States this week ..


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through the sapphire crystal
of your Movado "Firmament" watch
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In Haiti This Week
Mr Richard ATan Curtis, an
Editor for "Scott Meredith Li-
terary Agency Inc." from New
York City, and his charming
wife Tomi, an Editor for WHE-
RE, a tourist Guide to New
York stopped at El Rancho.
Dick flew back t6 N. Y. yes-
terday. Tomi is staying a few
more days here with the Ri-
gauds. -


-Mr William Sutter, a Sales
Representative for Eastern- Air-
lines conducted here this -week
a group of 17 travel Agents
from New England, on a fami-
liarization trip, sponsored by the
Eastern Airlines. The party was
greeted at the airport by Andy
Andersen Manager of the South-
eriand Tours and Architect Ro-
bert Baussan, Owner of the Ho-
tel Ibo Lele, where they took
lodgings. These visitors were de-
lighted with the dinner party
given in their honor Friday
night at the Ibo Lele hotel by
Mr Baussan, with a beautiful
program including a recital by
the Michel Dejean Chorus
ECHOS D'HAITI.


Engineer Porter Crooks and
fiber importer James Fife from
New York were greeted at the
airport this week by the promi-
nent Haitian Contractor Gerard
Theard. These businessmen just
got a loan of Two hundred and
fifty thousand dollars ($250,000)"
from the American Government
to extend their sisal industry in
Haiti.

Mr -Douglas Ormerod,. a law-
yer for the Treasury Depart-
ment of the U.S. Governfhent in
Washington, D.C. and his wife
Ana are guests at the Hotel El
Rancho... Gloria Pabron, a
Councellor for a service of Ca-
tholic charities in New York is
staying a few -days at the Ibo
Lele.


"- "- .''. -.. Is '"*" .. :- 'r i ,
**Mrs Bernice.. figman left Haiti with great grets ate.ei
here as the Chief of.the Divisin, gqt.Hgme Ecpnripia' at theUSOML.
She was till her-departure at.the Riviera Hotel where she .rent:d-
an appartment-yearly.-.She did, lot of good. to, the.pepple liiigin,'
the neighborhood... .
**Cine Paramount which is being remodeled will be inaugarated.-
for next season with.the celebrated La Verite, a Clbuzot'' aster
piece with Brigitte Bardot... .
*Mr Algis B.-Zukauskas, a civil Engi eer.. "fro-ChlcagnEanjE
charming wife Eugenija, a student iA. MedibinB-arrived'thi;iWrWeek-
on their honeymoon trip. Algis and' Eugenija are tih of Lithduami a
descent. This "sympathique" couple is delighted witih'Hii;d-..i '
**J.,David Bowen, a free-lance writer for Reader's Digest, '-New ,
York Tunes and s Correspondent for .Business International from
New York is visiting here this .week... -
**Lou Scharf, called by brother David The Meisenger Boy of.
the Haitian Manufacturing and Specialty Co left iTusda with
charming blonde wife Diane, a famous-designer from New York.
Lou and Diana spent two.weeks here. Lou is th President .of.the:
Company, brother David is the Executive Vice President..,,.
S**It is said that Mr Jean Marie Beriault, a lawyer from'rMon-'
real has bought the Hotel Choucoune from Mrs Domini'que Mari,
Mr Beriautt- just established in Montreal two Restauradt-Night
Clubs, one is called Choucoune and the- other one Tropicana.,The
Haitian painter Roger Dupoux gives the joint tropicaL appeal 'with
his beautiful "murales" and aa-group of .Haitian musicians intluT-
ing Max Augustin Pierrot, saxophonist-band leader, Jean Carlo
Corvoisier, Pianist-accordeonist, Joseph Lavaud, singer,' Montfort
Jn-Baptiste, Bass, Sidney Sauveui, drummer help. A group of artist -
including Auguste Durosier, singer, Monique Laudun, Ronirie )ih-
mas, dancers flew to Montreal Friday for the inauguration Sal r-
day... ,- -. .. .
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' p' . ..r r T t 4' W Z .:.- g.... r! "'' "
Ses f:. thb te-mnarriage "erW ed by Art, 3! and. 4. will b' l-
'--Z e t 'cate .whicl ,ll be mentioned lowed,' with. authorization given'
S. .. i"-onhe -weding* 'db6cment to be by the President of the Reppubl
S t se -,tordi Ie Ly of allowingg report by the Instituft
:'::',,:.......iEcember Tt1.6 .to the dom- of Social Welfare and Research-
.:. ,i'-;.. peten't ffl.'eri e IEtat Civil es, -to.-perform the wedding a"t
n .p.An the s& ntat, havE -:st ted .by fr: .inscription 'he. appro- the. interested parties, tunmer
de-g: t.e; heiome It: soal:. dc to or- jate: .r & ers. condition of future .treatment. .;
M e bDi t:fjt- H PPe 'irovpd -the said. .rvent any difficulty;, the .Art.' .-In- case of infraction
Ad e e ve ved gency.: M : iiter will 'ways stay in of Arts. 2.and3 of this law, t.ht
Cons4erg theaw-. of Dc ...- .t t .h; wth "thhe M.. D. .of the Officier de L'Etat Civil%.and the
It -"192-:ins t g --the Wh Ae -rt. ;'. Ar- .-2;The 1W.-1 found gul-ty I&tisite. bf-o cial. Welfare .or Minister will -be, upon report E
room..... ;; I.,*m"'la n. of: delivering a certificate by ac- oe- designated by. this agency the Director General of the Ins-:
sietfa s ofa -S.' bere t -ate;3 commiodiation Ttill -be -pUniled in' oide'r to.rov r the- riral 'Aec- titute of Social Welfare and Re=
"L..t..d..tit .6.._ g 'a: Y. by t- a', fineT;o-$20 to be rprnoudie;d i: wiere t& marriage is to searches to 'Jhe Commissaire .d.
h ftiniety "hby:ciig ed pi t f : 'Tribun. Corectionn be- performed. Gouvernement, prosec u te d by;e
-thes lliie .Act i p bre titt '' e'i .Re-. tlhrugfh 'the; ~proceedings t..the' He.will 'do the same concern- the Tribunal. Correctionnel aihd-
ai8g'., g licy .-of e- seatss ,:y. a' n other Health Public. ihistiy (State).'. .'ig"the Marrage-Campaigns or- punished by a ine. of $20. In i
-eii.il mandatrY te Serice ap d b' this.Agen- Art.-3.-The' competent officer ganized.for the peasants; case bo a second offense, the
garage. erficae al ov to t a Certifi- de C ill able to fine will be doubled and the of-
.ounttry; .' "- '~'~~~ ejrm 'ill be deter- .p toeed with pblicatio-pre- Art 5.-In. serious cases ficier will be-dismissed by ac-
S mined by ad sistrative. ruling: scnIbed-m.y :At.-63 C.C on nar- 'where the honor of one of the tion-of the Minister of Justice--
Cons eri 'th bpease of the .The:. '. D-sdoial or .ttheri; iage.i formalities' only* after the parties is ti reathened and where Art. 7.-The wedding plans for .
,.h- : of sial Oight of will Re:tfobbearl partial and presentation- y each f.ut-ure thfe getting' of a pre-mariage which the publications required
Sa eas t mpoant;.. to de -and groon theCerifi ctificate is proven unnecessary by C.C. are made before the:-I
vr:-thedash to marriage infrmth e inte-ested #pares of cate mentiried aboi'e" stating because 6f the assumption that promulgation of this law, will-
,amongst the urba l and rural po- their physio igical-or pahologig only that -they have passed- a th transmission of infectious or materialize without it being ne- ,I
pIulations of the:Co n'ry ,'to fore- al sate .' physical eXamination in previ- contagious diseases -has already cessary to fulfill--the formality-
;e the cases wher exem? '. ion df" their marriage. taken place, the officers concern- of a Pre-marriage Certificate.-
ma alWays; be ive by thl- When th: M cal certifi&te :.- '". .I.-'-".-'
comp authority, :.-. fortoming. iYm a private cli- Art. 4.-No minister either will .-...
Based o the ~report o thie .SB- nid or fromaii' dctor approved by be allowed to officiate at'a wed- a .
oret of' S late of ;'boerad. fBESR, the. interested ai'ty ill ding ceremonyy without the --pe- WATCHES OPGREAT ISISTINCTION '
.e are :. ar have to, before -ainlegal rxepre- sentation by the interested par-
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PAGE 14 1H. i. A' t S

HONEYMO(

In Haiti This Week Chales Ge
banker from NI
i *: "Max Elie Villard, 22 year old son of Dr Elie Villard just com- banker from
beautiful journ
pleted a two year term of active service .in the U.S. Army at (Anne) are
Fort Benning. Georgia. He arrived here last week-end for a few Haiti. They a.
days vacations and was met at the airport by his lovely fiancee, Grand Hotel
Miss Marie Hblene Stecher, and his parents and friends. Max will and Anne met
go back to the U.S. for a two years of active reserve and a two an a agoig t
was going to
ears of inactive reserve. For the last two years in the U.S. Army studies in Par
he studied Office' Management... going to head
program on th
'Antoine Handal, a businessman in textile returned Saturday casting in Pa
in company with her sister-in-law, Mrs Jamil lHandal. Antoine spent a year
to the Procuro]
took his sons John and Eddy back to Bladsburg School in New York. co, California.
involved in bai
"Percy Powell, Manager of the Powell Industrial Works is back New York, he
from Jamaica.... National Bank.
Albert Basht
made his last-4
"Dr William J. Godwin, an Official of the USOM, arrived last ago to visit his
week-end as a Malaria Advisor. He Will assist Dr. Jaraguai and Mrs Jacques Mv
Engineer Limousin in the "Service National de t'Eradication de Mrs Olga Roth
la Malaria (SNEMi... few weeks ago


Evelyn. Albert,
has his studio
Hotel in Miami
Newly weds
and beautiful
nette have chosi
their honeymoi
married last we
Co-Owner of the
lian Restaurant
MONTE'S in K
New York. His
bert Renna. i
mostly the dipl
Nations. Youthf
blonde Annette
many talents, s
tico" husband
"hair stylist", a
dances beautif
guitar as a
Annette were de
show presented
Monday night
maier and his E


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ZONING HEREI
September 17; Mr,
ell, a lawyer and
New York and his
lalist wife Angela.
honeymooning in
re guests at the
Oloffson. Charles
t in Austria two
ears ago, Charles
complete his law
is and Anne was
a Radio and TV
he French Broad-
iis. Charles just
as the Sqbstitute
r in San Francis-
He is now mostly
nking business in
is with the First

a is, back. He
visit here 7 years
relatives Mr and
loussa. His sister
man was here a
with her daughter
a dance teacher,
in Eden Rock

Robert Tamburri
blonde wife An-
en Haiti to spend
on. They were
ek. Robert is the
* well known Ita-
& Pizzeria DEL
;ew Gardens 67,
partner is Ro-
His clientele is
omats in United
ul and stunning
is an artist with
aid her "Sympa-
Bob, she is a
i painter and she
ully. Bob plays
hobby. Bob and
lighted with the
at the Ibo-Lele
by Herbie Wid-
itarletes.


JAPANN HAITI LINKED


One of the largest Japanese steamship lines, knowfh at the "K"
Line, opened a service linking Haiti to the Far East this Monday
with the arrival ih Port of the Kikawa Mura-
The Kawasaki Kisen Ka'isha .LTD agents in Port au Prince,
Maison Madsen Export-lmport SA, marked the occasion with-a
"sukiyaki dinner" aboard the ship foi members of the Port admin.
istration and the Press. -
The K line will make regular month trips' from Hong Kong, San
Francisco, Cristobal to Port au Prince.
..


--
"Soaping.1 dulls -hai.

Halo glorifies it;


Larry G. Stone, a young At-
torney from Chicago and his
pretty wife Beverly, a Secretary
got married on-September.18 and
arrived here on the 26 on their
honeymoon trip.
Bob Cecil Miller, a mechanic-
al Engineer from Riviera Beach,-
Fla and his lovely wife Victoria,
a student of English literature
at the University of Florida are
currently honeymooning here.


SNot'a-soap, not a
cream-Halo cannot
leave dulling, dirt-. .
Scratching soap film!

Removes embarrassing .
dandruff from both hair P
and scalp!


Yes, "soaping" your hair with
even finest liquid or oily cream
shampoos'leaves dulling,
dirt-catching film. Halo, made
with a new.ingredient. contains
no soap. no sticky oils.
SThus Halo glorifies your hair
the very first time you use it.
Ask for Halo-America's
favorite shampoo-today.


Gives fragrant. "
"soft.uwaer" lather
-needs no special rinsel "
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Halo leaves hair a
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Haii's "Gingerbread Palace" and famed hostelery the Grand Hotel Oloffson, show place u,
Haitian architecture, exquisite cuisine and onten ted ng. Set amongt a myria of tropical treesHalo reveal the hidden beauty of h h
and nrdens the Oloffson, complete with minial are pool, is the haven for the uninhibited. HVELS theL ddey


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Onions of first quality are available at the
sales counter of ODVA at the corner of Rue
des Cesare and Rue du Centre, at the following
prices:



10lbs.-Bags 15 Gourdes
50lbs.-Bags 15 Gourdes
Wholesale orders will be filled on the basis
of Gourdes: 2.75 per 1Olbs. bags (Minimum
10 bags) and Gourdes: 14 per 50lbs. (Minim-
jm 10 bags.)


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r I"rIit.ers.Corporatidn of New Yo
-i.U -i fs met at the airport thiwe
twlkir~ ;dbUhd S shoud hae eo by? 'Attorney Jean-de I espinat
0 lg ay-.-General Agent for tbsI.nsl ~a
/u ,--A -,. .wkM? . .........h- A *Mi..& : .-" &""a f "- -Tw Company here. .. ..
Se ..e lat b-." erbl ..lf .,.,-U.,S-~~. -a French graduate a.nd a o.
., rd. .'a t ;.. t. '. ..adh
A ive& JR H0edllU MI were n W nd fliu -inedhiccat student
'd. .., I Hep aa ull the University -of 1Michigan a- 2-:
.s,'ft'tb;tEt iam~e. .. .Thejocal pre h ,.o.thm kold be done- rived here this week. She plansA
.-an .u oi0 e I re. to study French for a semesterIh
.d eth a.. t y in Haiti. -Syvia is a' congene e"
..... ,, -- J,, ... _, j ..... o
.,:" ,'. .. .~- ..."a" . "f- rom Tampa, Fla. She is'gu-est.
:s.L > ..a (.ltPAJ:i. ..t.l..y .at .the. Hotel Spe....did.
imit -7tw .r L 'nnaKmnrh'%1n,&.unt, --?
5 -:me r eheh 4tok i-a t it- Lu- ;.
i. r ze, hi !, d_.pyi-rd_ (Soe- .Y Dim ..

aktd' frm he- -ad Iesse. Cor .2' ii h A al ld''s. .,**B,2et, '.

cosed, I ttqld. Wnde!' Wb, it seem. to .e ser&hig a
.eaunteed yi..d d g.ti (et Th ti in the .,por of e .-.
l the et- atd P& point What g it. ogi .b-e gold
su l,. Fe d",t"o.-' e&, J. a .oe.nal st Tuesday at;d .e d
Site r;I t ed 1 -ton of ti otic n uks .
.' i bh s e f ir I- h .i l Ie dl'. e. ,-. . ".- .
R.,i wthou l r efri e ation service T. e apples began .
ed wv % a" :.ops, Bngs a ..".

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pI'-t.han t p o .e o aes a -
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4k ~i-n.de = I .,99de Goodyear a ~d spcteiialne:e. ..j
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43 Cadets Move Into Rank of New A


(Continued from page 1)
Guard, of their son and daught-
er, arrived at 10:30.
President and Mrs Duvalier
were welcomed under a tent fac-
ing the training ground by Ma-
jor and Mrs Claude Raymond
and the officer teaching staff of
the Academy.
After the National Anthem,
the Chief of State inspected- the
squad of cadets and their fire-
arms. He indicated his satisfac-
tion to the chief of the Army.
'- The address of Major Raymond
was, according to the opinion of
all the attendants, a touching
one in which his mind and his
heart overflowed. He told of the
significance of September 22nd,
when a people longing for com-
petence, honesty and total wel-
fare elected the most merituous
of all the candidates. He recall-
ed the statue of that great pa-
triot who was the late President
L. F. Salomon Jeune after whom
the promotion was named. Giv-
ing sound advices to the cadets
he asked them to keep always
the discipline, to be faithful to
the flag, the constitutional gov-
ernment and their chief.
The speech, delivered with as-
surance and good diction by
IMajor Raymond was cheerfully
applauded.
Then the President of the Re-
public handed diplomas and
commissions to the 43 2nd lieu-
tenants who had changed from
their blue and white dress uni-
forms to the regular khaki. The
ceremony of swearing allegiance
came next.

Touching moment! Under the
command of the mayor of the
promotion the cadets raised
their right arms, took an oath
of allegiance to the flag, the
country and the government.
The guests then went to the
appetizing tables and the bar.
After the inspection of the build-
ings of the Academy, Dr and
Mrs Duvalier with simplicity
walked among the groups of of-
ficials, of friends and relations
of the cadets who were invited to
participate in the graduation ce-
remony.
When the presidential couple
left, after receiving military


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honors, the assistance cordially
cheered. In the croWd, could be
seen many well dressed peasants
of the Freres region, as a re-
membrance of their rights to
take part in the success of the
day by their massive vote on
September 22nd, 1957.
Beside the above personalities,
those present were; Prefect Day,
the Mayor Deeb, Mrs Madiou,
MM. Franck Sterlin, L. Fran-
cois and Jean Julme, H. Appo-
Ion, Emile Arthur, Ambassador
Rene Hyppolite, Adriezt Ray-
mond, Michel Aubourg, Antoine
Andre, Fritz Thebaud, Agrono-
mist Ambroise, Jean Magloire,
Breton Nazaire, Vianney Denner-
ville and their wives, Mrs Louis
Raymond, Mrs Victor Laroche,
the distinguished officers, E.
Nelson, R. Alvarez, Jean Beau-
voir, Jean Tassy, Franck Ro-
main, etd. and their, wives, Colo-
nel Heinl, chief of U.S. Naval
Mission and many officers of
the mission.
The National Press was repre-
sented by G. Martelly from "Le
Jour", Roland Augustin from
"Haiti Journal", Jean Florival
from "Le, Nouvelliste", F. Ma-
gloire, R. Caillard, M. Gilbert,
Charlier, from "Le Matin", Ca-
beche from "Radio Commerce"
etc.
We wish to thank the director
of Military Academy and the
teaching staff for the attention
reserved for our collaborators:

"LE MARTIN"



Full Powers To
Safeguard Economy

President Dr. Francois Duva-
lier assumed full powers over
the Nation's economy Septemb-
er 13th. Authority for the action
was granted to President Duva-
ier by the National Assembly
as it went into recess.
The Full Power decree receiv-
ed an unanimous vote and sus-
pends for six months articles 90
second aid third paragraph, and
articles 94, 139, 143, 146 of the
Constitution.
President Dnvaier will have
full powers to take any econo-
mic measures to safeguard the
economy and permit the efficient
functioning of the State admin-
istration. This is the second oc-
casion that congress has deem-
ed it necessary to give the Pre-
sident Full Economic reins over
the Nation.


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