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Haiti C) Sun
., XI SUNDAY, MARCH 20TH, 1960 Port-au-Prince, IHATI No. 37 Avenue Marie-Jeanne CITE D U1MARSAIS ESTIME No. 19
Irtibonite Dismissal Strife
S justice Minister's
S1rllo'ei.n a sin lai psaitlrn to
.tha set bi the Presider.t ul the
Republle Dr Franc-.is Duii aler
.in ns two denotunrc;ng nd 'ca.
thing letters of jan urh and
laruh 10. the Minster oif Jus.
ice, JLuc F Franc.:.i uLCci strong
terms hn h'- repl Iis t he Pre-id
n a two lIrters. Pr.iident
In\alEr aSSuerl drTasti"c ,arrinwg
lt al forms o. admriin.traLMt
.graiters". ithif tr-t lencr ws-
- addr-ssed to al Judges and i1.
Sficials" and ihe sricnd to ine
i' nuisler oi Jus.t-i both it t.be
transmineid I Se. r rl t thle
i Jeadinag pra aphs IIom the
l imnister io justice'i repl].. dal.
; ed March 14. are darectl\ ran.
I dated in Lhe olor13 nE lte'.,
"1 have the honor to announce
o you the reeption or your im
Sportant letter of March 1tiji In
[' which ou draw my anention to
Sthe reforms to be brought about
in my department in %hith cerf
a functionaries and emplo.vee-.
n s e delectable tradition a n d
Spracices which do not honor
their mission, and least of all
do not honor a Gosernmenl born
of a deep revolution and whose
Shief has sworn to install mor
ally and order in the Public Ad
"ly safstaetion will be real
if you mill allow me to peruse
," (Continued on page !)
S Air France
Jets For Haiti?
,'.olIdng tin darncric.n of being
ie Compar,'s ir--t resident e-mpl
rqee i.r Haii. Phl'ippe L,:-uiehard
.I.W Reprsenl.tt, -,A Air Frnict
T 'lines, has mad ti tn- hor-me
e' i',trn 1 non Ih-lo to u le
ch Emba-..', in d Me 3 1 rE
SPeaking fluent Spanrin and Enr
.ls as well as nat,' French. Le-
4%ii.lmhard and his faim, his
T. Jr.. aged 8 and nus daughter
a.Di~n aged 7, came lo Hatr f'rum
a' (Continued on page 14)
r'- is B" n
CAPT. JACK DOSS
it i ra-. to irn.a.irn* Lhe 'an -
nr e ind in :r' dullli tn.al ont '.'oulaid
iepist-i r d v.nern out -.illin on ou,
'.arinbean A.atirn rt c ere isudden-
i. conlrnrtled b,' an oc.Can-. oing tug
moununn an armorp.ercinR an t .
tank r' n in thi bo,%
-1ruatl it It quite ailhin ie
n da .o- p.',rtinr., and i' hi].d ol
It'. subt,.c i o nf nt.red.ijlt,. !i'i aJs o
qul'ae lik'L, l i i tr l or.Ir jlr .i"-
.* Ailli appear on ine noricTon la -
en to rIh eijilnlsa iLn ire.aisurr
o't d.iid. SLtir prt..OuS 1-r.ne,:
10 all r.-' .t ling Ihr t %t.e
arcEam abour Lr.nalin onr om. long
de'-i in-d Isle
iell Jaei Doss.. ..r CaprIarn L'oa
as e la. I toe c'llied does not
beClie\a n iltin-g nat home dream
inra aboul tIuliding lrii treasiLre
horde., lih sails tre Spiauih Main
hunting rnesurf e an a '.er modern
nianner and nas a p'a-ir 'lar inlr-
.*( in thrua island i ian
Capra;n Do'r an :-\ roofin coant
raCt-)r SEt onU on ni. laC Iourn-
, .n No.ember last ,smng his r'Ao
boaL. a 1t I-,oo3 -ean-eoirng tua 01ni
*lips ten and a 203-1i.t1 motor boai
that h. -!ee. hbe He headed for
lion.a 'Iand. bt'we; n the D..mithln
an P.public and Pucino R.co. oni.:
a ,ather'nnc place t.,r purat5s. and
laei-r a hile-o-u for hr..le_,-.r:
and trie-r liquor ji pr' tia' b n r
da'. Lat ',ear a team of I13 noen
look .0),Ulltt cases .I .mp-orted
(Continued on page 161
Tti fl:a-i da., Ot St. Tho'ma,- of
.aquin PaLron Sa.r.t .I: Uie t)" li
o, Aqutrn 'a-- Ce.-lblid a.i t.-he
tI.anspap!e on ;lar:h the 7th
Thke ier- %ai hailed as .a success
a tribute to rhe d Taniic prepare.
ton '.irK of rjtwo ty fiatinrs. Pr--
fr:., Mr. Franck Lamarre ,rnd I.,
Mliagin-rrat Communaj Mir ler.ime
Or' Sarurdai. ilirch 5 and Sun.
da., Mi-reh .rh bhicre tbe feast d'.,
ru.' c rana; baJ" utr.- :.r-aruzed
and he.- la' Nenoiar; Jear'-Baptin.
ro -,i' c-a trr: ,mai l .,ll:ri trn ro n
vitn Iit .-Ibi.inT merineao nmu:.c.
Minisilr r.i Public I'o- k i and
WeUla.re, Di' aneaux led a larg.i de
legation from the City SI Thorma
Church in Aquin was destroyed b..
the violent hurricane H.iael in 19'I
and remained in ruins unnl a nul-
lionaire friend of lMons.-neur Col-
limion of tli.e Oblat in .\ux. Ca\es
.,itin the roull marin- tel.d hi-
iContinued on page !I
ON MARCH 19
Sarulrda, ilar'h 19. ..a me nr,
run'erta, oi Mladam3 La PIcE.j.-n.
THE NEWLY RESIOBED St. Thomas' Church in the loa" of Aquinl
nhicb recently celebrated its feast day of the Patron Saint.
Draw on Monday
$50.000 Ist Prize?
Pr,)otco.l ..I the ibrt alraing or
th- Repibic .:1 Hasti Hospital aind
Edutareic Funds Sueepstake- ..as
announced rin a learer dai"-d lMarr,
15th b.. a m.imet-.r o:.f n.e funr. Mr
AuLhon.rt aod d ontronl.-. by' t he
H-inairn Go'.-rnment, Ie fir drar.-
rn6 oi the S-iepirvt .-.. iz -d ,on
Ltie Grand Nanronr, major En.i
lish hor -? r-iL to be run at .in-
r.?. Engilnd on Mlarin 2' .5, to
be r.eld il LTri L..ft r. if Lih Hiit.tli
Si r L.ite'r. i .n I .:.nd' I Mlir, h
)Isr it 9i.m. The puBt-ul ii .n.led
Cancer League Opens
List This Week
Tne i _-n,:r L-.5a e ,ap i3 a ,:',r
L uJ- luL) .n It-,l Ihi.' 'ia k -n an ef-.
or Io r ".e lurnds rTi halanei thei
L..iauF 'a t,.iitr and ihE coantjbu
non clmriTriU : he a'd r i ;:. Mr;
Jo.iepn Ni.iJl and Rli.E Laurai Ml-.,
se nrae .i. b i&10 dollars as A targ-
in an ;nier ie-\ thhis '-:ck rhe
Cancel Lt .aue Comnr.tree p.r.t.-
o-i that *a 'a.' Ltianlh l.argts i! I,
forei-rin id that ilhe cu-(l? lorr rn.
[-tllI':-rn i t lr anjer a o-penr hr--
The P.lt-c elfle' Fi..n.ilrtb-) o0
Ui. ULrsTid Statl. eolitrbultd Si t
1:in.1 to .- league,, partn o h'nr
i ij d ,, r t.e bril pajment;i o:i
i adi-) Ihcrars;. mrach'hne ih cn I.
,. .tine $!') s1 47 A tonal o3i S- 1M -
9i7 nas ai!.ad:. been paid on nm
miachile I5.0ii4l at mluch as
pudal P. tre Pbblic WelaclT Found
at.on .an.a 1'. *r47. paid b-, iund-
.lllectcd .n Hi-an o the Cancer
. Silmonle 0 Di a .tl.r Tni .se k L-.'a:ne TIIh balance unit rcmarin
'.1-,dami Dcu aii.r '-,ho h.:r.it i ,s h-L; h. pai u i.: 5il i951
5 graduate niw- d.:nat3d $',1ti) in.i Mr rner Lint.erg. Honorary
lo'dard the coitrli:lchon of a3 n.11 C.'null .I, Haiti .n Hamhbul Germ
mridenr piilionr for the Nurei-- ir... ..- a hundred irruligrams of
Sch,-ol at Au, Ca.,cs St Jo.o:ph i ra-lulm I-: th.- le,a',e- e;itmated
da:, ias al.- iE.. -tbratd on iM ar.:h Ito- h .' rt arn'rd i l3.ii l it i n nai.
14th IContinued on page a
'o altled lie ,dra' nug'
Tnur-i.thri. no.,ri- Jie enter-d in
the Grand N a t i n -aL I. th.refore.
rh-re illI o 3'1 rhe .ira,-.ng 3'
t-ller!i. '.ilh ULn nuntmber aind
nam ne oit .-h of rb. r.-noi-s, the.-
i-ill re plaCed in ir.e dr-urm -hile
in a i lrc'r trunlm 'll i plasepi
rth -tnub ofl all the I. :Ki:-l 'nold
P'iic. nur;-i: 0.iu be in cnars. uli
,ira'in -, I .[h1 i t nu.rber_
FIRST PRIZE S1t0.000'
r i .; rl .:lt j)n rne Ij krir Irie
'm oui') ':i! th- rjr-F p,', ,'_ 50).1111)
- [F uim \'alu- of tLh- lof=l number
.ii nrti-is t ..Id p.,rmnar Lnt diTrihb-
ur.j...n, o a r i:,1a] of (lwilm'i r. pra.
e. BUT. t the i itea.- .. i'kel'
iold *1o. 'i t permit the o,litwriurK,!
,i a t.Ioi o1 u(10(i0 ,r, pr'-,e -
Lhen IC tErart pr',e nd all th, cr-h.
.'1i r r e r u.:-d in pr :.p o 'ru:-n of
ff.: u Lhc- Total rof $il"i'i)' In
the caae .*h hre tn .-li of d.itn-
but,, on pai I r..? [lid,)-l l -A ll'llllll
ldl ihi- d[lire'll., must L., Ih- oub-
i i el jf niw diaiding ot prnz- In
lh.t iiTr"e prop)rro3n as pli-.,lceni
The i'lontr-erl for t[h ilot,-?ln ?at,.-
thai 1') per enit o inr ie amount di:r-
,..d brom ar-ld rilr- I, and 1'5 par
cent of tr., net pr..r'r i .,; tO e pann
to i.- HairI.n Stalt Loi i.r. at
ea-:r, dra,.in; i.:r th.- i.:.nstruction
,t Scrno.:.['. Ho pital and other b.i
In-ral o.kl ot the Hainan CG..i
i.,:,,-rher l1r. Ut.. pubi.e. a Cjn.
rnm rr..e .:)rp.mn:. d I.. l tne iollow'.'itr
ran -i. el. ir.t,.: li h. pres rnt at
'n,? [irs dra-iir. ilj o i.c the ma.-1
m im iu rart.- r .. I-: r r, ',: r dn
A NJotr, ., r-pit:-n-rj. r.: Io n.-
L L H., -a repre--ntljr.e ':. 1 Ul De-
parmir-ni or Finance and rtpr-rt,-n'.
unte s i1d me Departn mnt o Na.Tj,
nal Educanon. the Prei-ctrre. Mu..t
icipality t' e Clergy. Chamber :if
Commerce and the Press
The Eecond dra-aing by the i-ip-
,tal and Educative Funds Lc.irtr.'
i -; be held in October of tins
1,1 .A ,"',X
A fIour inrilon three hundred
u-iusand Iollar lo-in for the devel-
.o.pr .ci ol irrigation in tie Aribo-
njre \'al- ithe largest American
aid pro ram in Haiti has been ord-
ered buspIn'ded" d bi the United
One qe'ilion ha; resulted in this
issue that .[ ihitnrer the Haitian
Board can summarily fire
Haitian engineers and offlc'als on
the jointly controlled project and.
then hire replacements htnout ag-
reement b. the American officials.
Geraid PhhlppeauL, Minister of
Finance and Agriculrure, sta ed
from his office at Danerns on Fri-
day that he had no comment to
make at tjr time on the suspen-
iofn r tune De\elopment Loan
Find dliio rc-4n-.ni oi $4.30J0.000
lor the Artiomnile Vality irrigation
Prui.peau.L, heads the ODVA
Biard iOreanization mAr Artbornile
'.'aIll.J D-\eiaopmernt composed of
hlIruaicr; of Ann-idlhure, Finance
ard Public WorK s created by law
in 195s l)it March 3 ne dinrmssed
H airan Enit-nc-er. N.chrolas St. Lau-
r-nr andl ,nizi.li- .oln March '5 as
i-ecejso5r, Antonion P.imp.-l ion the
S~am r da, PruhippeaUX gave a po-
It,'.r. rI. .nr.l.: .r Da, ,1
DIMItLSSA NOT DISCrSSEDT
if appears tnit Minister Philip-
p.: iJ.L ad'i ld the A.imenenrn Econ-
,*,m;c Aid Pri',iram. ICA. itite group
v r'o t. a. t u-..:Iromnlrnt Loan Find
atcini- Iii Hart, dirur.;e a3n funds,
ar.d -ri, -n in i ad.-isor rapacity)
o, tn.. change nut, ndid not dis-
cJs I t.-.in the.m nor gv.e any
region for fri S'. Laurint.
In co)mpin., i-th rhe other ODVA
Board mmnlrbr, Lain'artiniere fHo-
nor-at Fnilhppfai.X ,_rtilled Anto-
iContinued on page 16)
Report Awaited On
AJt r r ni n..ri.nh oIf aIn Lst.-r 'e
,'iork. a p,_,a' i.a r'.n mi sc .n form -
-,1 r,, hin D,:partmrnnt oit Conmmirce
ro 'di., Iri. que'Lnn ot meat pne-
es i'ta-.n naite roared since ome
chrtanr,it.,r ioom the ii s I e te
alt jahtrrnrou,_ al La Sajlie o the
modnctl abai'o.r rieenrl;, up.ened at
DarruEtn nrarni.d airn ter repo)nT on
A final c:mmar,.qiJ h.sing Lthe
prc..e of miar on .rin Por .3.1 Pnnce
miarko. ias no.' aA. ited iTn com-
i -.rsin j -'.,poi cda of iepiaeseni.
aj'.e.; of Ui i Purt-au-Prnce l Murd-
:Cripla t" r.Juding the lDepartmenLs
:-r .A-crlraue Commerce and Ind-
u:'mr.. Ihe Hiilian Amencan Meal
arn, P.....'-:.a Cr.mpanr ind the fol-
lo,.itng ru.)dein C.r, biticner shops.
Bouchcr.. du Clhsmp ie Miars.
Boiuf C.ouit,:nn.. Z.:nah CO., Blan-
co. and Ann..'- Eo'-au Couromnne
.* l.. rp" "'i !
Sunday, MARCH 20th, 1960
R USSAN LAIVIILLE W
SSAYS EXILES WERE
SECOND LANDING TIS WEEK
Rouiian CiAmilJe i.. is noa ant
0 ~.ng a -I,iular column iront padg e
*.,r, it i,. Journal eritled Re~grds" At Recounled By AiBELIN JOLICOEtiR
conmni ntv d on thi arrest or tour-
ren l Hiattan ese b0:. the police ot A ruc paIT:. .a grien Lhis eF.K b\ NaIan Abramon l. Honoranr
*t h1:.<^ 'jr ( d me G'ermmrnm oi Fi*de C&asir- in Cc.n.ul of Haitin israel, and his arsit iie h Mtiza, n there home at
at 'iad Siaed Cubam "Lar de1eme Gros Morne and includedd in th guest roll was the master of Natronal
Stated Camill,. "Le deu'oeme
bureau of the Armed Forces of Education, R P Hubert Papailier. Also at the party were Mirs Florence
Fablenne and Franco,, illka Sun ba,:ker. are spending three HaiL has had knowledge since ilh Frndman, Chairman of the Board of an Electronics business in Ne
welcomed their second child this days on trhr Canb tour at El '"nd ot Februar:, tnst thiee arms York and an active member of tue American A.soeation for the United
week. Mother Fabbie \Viei. Milhka Rancho tere the equ.pmenl of a Comman.t Nations. and Mr. Juius Bagdan. in the building busne' in Nev. York,
and the baby girl are doing hone dr landing that uas preparing a
and the baby girl are doing [e r n o Com ,r e ditn o assassins ag. "o handed a check to Father PapaFiler so that his department can
Imn d Arioi.mes Ll. Inerrnsu au l ainit our country by turrnissungs lor the poor children of our schnols. Both Mrs. Fried-
Earl Ruddell -ho had mae his Snppring Co of Ne York and Ln il NISTER'S REPLY nian and Mlr Bagdan stated that they felt that the future of Hain lay
EMINISTER'S REPLY... m the .\urb oi the eounT3 and the, intend ioundm -:oche,, o[
home in Port-au'Pnnce tor the past don. armed in i-lain \uth his tam in the outnh of the country and the. intend rounding a oi of
two eears with his v.-le and to '[. for a t c- w'eek \isil to "Vi'la' iCon"inued from page l) 'Ha-Lian Fnends" Lm the LiS In raise rmone, and parchase furnitLre-
daughters. Lynda and ]dl passed r'-a The part, conn.ssrts Mr ith you that bulging ile hichlrn Haian school
away suddenly in the Manchester and Mrs \ladimir ianov.e Nls ca nun, and I am [able to del
Connecticut horpiti MNr Ruddell Daska I ianovte a d 15 Master elt Ihoe undesirable manoent.
Cho v.-as in bSmeshopit Mr Ruddell \ lraIni, ii .ie Dt;r, ers or former public sernanls of Charmanre Marcia Sen.irher aro nher husband Kennem a ViP in
to rest last ieek. Shrs Ruldellnd nd11 "ar'c 1 5,. M1iss IMlis-an WVlln that regime at plunder and asle Cl lth' oasiness lfron Naricl, Nass are introducIng uteir frierds Bunn1
her two daughters are expected Io 16P. and Aleianrrsa \\Ji.n 1-i. soniled by the resolution and and Ira Kagno to their beloved Haiti. Mare.a ,vas. n [lars when she
contue ingho are unable o adapt them. lssd Bunny goodbye last snek Ln Boston she did nott epec to come
continue lit-tog in Hair. rheLr Ima% selvia, to the allilertty oI your
Hainan friends share th.i nef Gosernment: and agitate them- e* Histr this season But the Haitan \oodoo Gods Listened to her prayer
S Ir Pi re r lerceron. u.ie of setles in nec of giving a free and Ken called the next da rom Ne York : ".Pack our duds, we
Engineer Jaclki Auguite .o has bl'rie Gf' er at PFre mE Merceron run to their trisol y and their are going to iHai" Neeer before did she experience such a pleasant
been ortlang on p-ni.is in the et i Stalff lt the Armed Forces propensity to easy pleasures. rpne Ken a last Stuay and sdsan
US and Canada tor r past four 'ta for Eurrpe this atter- "The poery t h Is creeping. urpnie Ken and Marca arad nere last Saturday and sedisa
years returned to Haiti .,,erern3) non, hideously in almost all the hom Burin. and busblnd Ira Kagno rho stopped nr Puerto R.cn and Domiruec
for the chniterung oi hi- seconrid es of the Haitian people due Io an Repubhe got nere Monday. The SchJaters are guests at the M.ontan.
son Wday. LeavinE Itoda, for Switzerland are rhe depreciation of their accom- and the Kagnos at the El Rancho.
The Prsidenna Secretar, L u fak n ar plifesf of l Gesterday thal will not Glo es Manufacturer thlliam Shmrikler and his Mtie Patrn-ia, resid-
The fiancadlles of Sfile Gisele Ar. Carrorune and Lieut Jean Ta.:. note them.
mand. daughter of Colonel and MSrs of the PresidentiaJ Guard. "The resolution for the tr anls of Crrampairg, Illhnoi. spent three days here this week Srmikler
Durce Armand, and Raymor.d Sue umph of wbich you and yours owns. two glo\e manufacturing firms in nIllois and one in Salunas. Puerto
car Jr of Cayes was announced NIll e EIzabeth "Snucker" R.y' consented sacrifices. real and Rico
this n-eekp asugerlcT or Col douard Roy re-
this week. .aghtern home from l Sateso res. measurable. ,ill not lolerale the Back m Haiti on their third trip in four years are Mr. and Mr-. Joseph
Ca turned hnoe finom thee Stames esd- dishonest enterprises from what Caplan and Mr and Mrs Raymond Buchof Pennsyitania Joe i_ in store
Cards announcing the marnage erda3 ever side they come and clll
of Micheline Piie, daughter of Air. thrust aside even the emil Inten- business and Ray the Transport bu-iness Eotr. iies Bert are thinKing
and Mrs Silvere Pille, to Otto Pa lions of those pharisaics of a of becoming Haitans and both are and mer.ngje dancers. the party is
pe, son of Mr and Mr. Wlliam Ule a.rlene jn- Baphste er arrogne and stang at the bo Lele.
Pape at. Van W,ck Boulev-ard suivnte" EcI\%ne lDreyfuss, ret- insolence of which would want
Church. Long Island, New York turned to H.it on Frda afternoon to block the authority he en Barrow, Poduction Manager for Simmons and Schuster, i on
February eLth, were sent out this at 2? 3pm from Q u r o. Ecuador Stae or Chief E ecutive." her annual viit here. She has been sitting Hati for the past ti.e
week. ahr 1 i s Jean.-Baptiste took ._ears and is staymng at tiL Hotel Oloffson
* Jiourtnn place- in the Miss Tounsm
of the Amenricas. beaut contest.
She was rreeleo on nec arrival at
Bowern Field by ner parents and
A son was borr to vMrs Constan-
tin Mayard Paul oif Penon-,ille nlis
Mir and hilr Anion Kneer relur-
r.ed ftrnm Mrmi Saturdi Mr A
Kneer came home wtin hIt- e\er.
read, fishing tackle.
MIt -nd Mir Nono P.ters greeted
their 3rd ctrud a bo, Fnda.
Members of the American Radi-
urs Society and their a-,ves are ex.
pected to visit Haiti trom March
23 IMarch 25 The party is com.
posed of. Dr. and Mrs Charles L
Martin. Dr and Mrs Sidney M
.Silverston and their son. Dr. and
TMrs. Glenn H Leak. Dr and Mrs
SJ. Stauffer Lehman and Dr. and
"Mrs. Paul E RePass Duinlg their
Haitian visit the part wvill be
guests at the Hotel Montana.
The David SchuwarLz. friends of
'the Da\id Cogans IRaisin in the
(Continued from page 1)
also given a one-,ear scholarship
to a young Hainan doctor to spe-
c.ahze in cancer at the medical
faculty of the Hamburg Hospital.
A group of generous Haloar.s
constructed the Cancer Centre here
at a co't of around 5,0.0u and Hai
nan doctors and nurses toCiemer
tinti voluni-ers have gtien their
time and assistance to the league.
Dr Grn) Rad.oiogy Specialist
and professor at the New York I-n.
nersity, has already made a trip
to Hain at his oan expense to
open the treatment oy radium and
he returns to Haiti toda' to gir.e
a conference in the Medical School
Auditlonum on Monday March the
2Ist at CErn to lhich the public is
The minimum budget tor the
hinctioning ol the le a g u e dunng
this year is set at $10.000 The Can.
cer Week held late last year
bought only a little other $2.000 and
the league is now organizing a na-
t o n a subscription tc collect the
necessary funds for the functioning
of the clinic
(Continued from page 11
desire to make a gift to the south
Monsigneur Colhlgnin took his mil-
lionaire friend to Aquin and confid-
ed his desire to restore the church
to its original stale Tnis great
friend ga.'e him the. n-cessars
funds and it is thanks to this gen.
erous nft that the church aas re-
So this ,ear "Les Aquinots made
lhe feast day a fete of fetes to
their Patron Saint in the nearly.
restored church "un bane pour
Harold Cooperinmith, Vice-President of the Sntn Edw-ards Prnting
and Publishing Co.. Philadelphia, and his wife Marion are enjoying a
seven day visit here in company with John Sheedy, Account Esecur\e
for Benton and Bowles Advertisrig Co., New York, and ius awie Char-
lotte, an assistant Editor for Dial Press of New York The party is
being hosted here by Dr. Max Wilson and his German wife Renate.
Stock Broker. Appleton King of Boston and his wife Wendy spent
four days at the Hotel Oiolfson this week.
Opncal E fgnewr, John J. Lrse of New York City and his wife Ursula.
an Electr:-Encephslogram Technician wortnig with Psychiatrist Di.
Hans Strauss in New York, are paying a visi to Haiti. John was brought
back his Wallet with mone:, and important papers he hsd lost ;n a taxi
b. a highly educated Haitian girl. He felt very good about it.
'Stunning olonde Iris N.edra a Model from Munich, German., arrived
here last ,eek in a 'i-t with sepruagena re Thom Elierbe They're the
b.g talk of the week. Thom left yesterday and beauweous and strange
Iris is inavui a real gobd time nrio in Haiti. She moved from Castel-
Baiti to the Ibo Lele.
English journalist Michael ITImI Buckmaster is here iis;tng with his
lovely bdnce Gillian Wilson Bennett dunng the course o[ a two-montn
trip throughout the different island- of the Caribbean. Michael is on a
tree-lance wrnung assignment and his annerary includes, Nassau, Jam-
auca. Huri. Trirudad Tobago, Baroados, Grenada, Martinique, St. Lucia.
the Dominican Republic. Antgua etc He is wnrtng a series of articles
for the New Common.wealth Magazine, various other Lrutld Kinedom a
paper' and for the Globe and Mail in Toronto. Canada. Tim, a lawyer
by pr.:.fession. has been working for the past three years on feature
assignments His place of residence during this period ha' been. off and
Jack Fnendlander, head ol the International Casino. hosted ar old
fnend. Louis Selman. from Nei York in Haiti on a t o day nsat this
Lat.ier Florence Belsky of Ne. York Cirt and a frend, Mrs Jean-
nette Shilling are guests at the Hotel Oloffson.
Dr Simon Berger. a Radiologist from Philadelphia. and his wife Ruth. ,-
an artist, are currently \isitine our island as are Dr and Mrs. Sinaiko
of New York Eir. Sinamko ha snow rtbred and his French wife is a keen
Mr. Edward G. 'right of the American Friends and his wife are
slaying a week in Hait and are guests at the Oloffson. They are friends
of Mr Garcey Laurent. Director of ODVA.
(Continued on page 16)
y A1A"HAT S
Houses Destroyed:Wind Could
ave Made St.Marc Fire Worse
fortunately on Tuesday ite emoon arrival. The bulldozer came m
the wtnd %as not blowing etry hand in clearing the burnrt rem.
%rongly through the -reet. 01i St ai;n of the hojief nohever.
i hen anat is though to hair St. Marcois proless-cl tha t the
n an electrical short cinrcit cul- n-' papers nad exaggerated the ler-
ialed m the destruction o bve oc.r of the blaze bur it is thought
.h9ses b3 fire. that 2 people were inlured and the
loss in damage has been Estimated
.At appioximalel 4 '10pm on athe hL 100,000 gourdes a large part
lesday, the blaze started in a of Aihich is said to be taken up ir.
bse opposite the St Marc Prison loss of furniture as people in the
Sswiftly spread to four other entire block tore out furnishings and
%uses, including r-.o 2-storey build- caned them off
dgs consuming I hem in flame.
Feeding on wooden buildings simp- ARCAHAIE'S DEPUTY
Ufied the ire's aims and b.g ex- VISITS GERMANY
clement and a httle panic is said
o have been expressed b1 St. Marc FOR HEALTH
iresidents who feared that the hre Tne Deput. of A.rcaha.e. Alphon;
,lould spread throughout the entir se Labens. aho istred Poland and
iown. Russia last lear, departed Haiti for
Germany last Sunday for health
; Lack os an otficia or %oluntar3 reasons. Alphonse is President of
e.i brigade in St. Marc complicat- the Foreign .Uifars Comminee of
.ed things too and meant that little the lower chamber.
;could be done until the fire engine
-.fiom Port arrived Hoxever ath BRIEF VISIT BY
:the.consumption ol i.e houses the GEODETIC SURVEY
i.re abated and had died by the
time the Port-au Prince engine ar MEMBERS
-ived. Captain Frank; 1l. Lindgem and
Robnrt Sunms of the ntier.,-Aen.
ODVA sent a lary, bulldozer to an GCejLic Ser.ice tnsiled the
. Ihe scene itn the mention o f Hcadqui r-ters of the H-araro Anme-
sswathing a ire break and prevent rcain d e 'dese *e Carloi-a.
ing the spreading of the hre but phre des TraGdauts Pubbes this week
Swas thwarted h, lack of fae on enmrte to Panima
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Negonanons in v.iev. of signing
the agreement [or the surv'e of tme
South Haiti Road net %,ork began
on Monday in Washington oetiseen
representatives of the Development
Loan Fund and the Haitian Goern.
ment. iA loan of $3)i000 has been
given by the Development Loan
Fund [or the sunr'e
The negotiations are being held
to edcide on the selecting of a Corm-
pan. to do tne mork The Hamtan
representatmeis were Public Works
Chief Engneer. Hebtert Dambredl*
le. Ambassador Ernem- Bunhomme
and Andre Montrfrner Pierre chief
ol the Port-au-Prine Murucipal En-
On Thursday Marcn 17 the Pres.
ident of the Orchid Societ) of Haiti.
Mr. Horace Ashlon together .-ith
Bdl iMabri-, ex-President of the
PanA.menrcan Orchid Socelts of
MNami and h;' wile Miram Ithe
IMaore's have just rerurrn-d from
tro ears in Brazil wnire Bill sev'
el as Tcehnical Advisor loaned bl
PLA to tns Brazilian GCoernnenti
made a ier; succersful orchid hunt-
ing trip to the i'lontagne du Trou
d'Eau and t he Artilbo e Valley
and bought back wirh them a quan.
utl, ol[ extelUnt pianL; of Terram;.
cra, Orincdim of _-eeral ar'. tiei.
Blaetiz and rvo vautijes or Epid
eridrum. one oi .'hilCl ha ;Set to be
; aeeki ago the Orchid Socert,
.)f Hairi. constinng of a piart of 20
memt.ers, made a \er. iuce.ssful
plIsnt humit in La G,.r.ae ori-rnione
back a large quality, ol Brourbchloi.
in full bloom.
Senor Tui.o Card.) Fina has
bein named COuiieior of ue iVe \e-
zutlan Embasis and ha' taken up
the duces of Cnhage d'AfHairs
CARIBBEAN ESSAY COMPETITION
TO BE PROMOTED BY SHELL
Tre March LO0 newsletter of the hole and the six islands of the
CTA iCanbbean Tourist Associar- Nemrerlands Antilles in particular
toni announces a 3,000 dollar Car- as .iell as locus attention on
.bbean Tourism Contest in the form Cursaca
oi an essay with three prizes of '.itt.-. sItudent-, travelers and
l.0ouulii each offered b,.. the Board ;nten:-c lo p.:rson the world o'ver
of Direcors of Shell Curacao. ina. rn tlcivpaie. Details are to be
announced at a lfuure date. Ess-
Subject for the essay will be *on ays are to te of 12.000 to 15,000
the problems anoa untapped pou SbIn rds m length and tentative dead-
liLites of tournm in the Caribbean. line s November 1. 19t0
ShelU is hoping that hlterto unex-
plored areas kill contribute to the Winners should De announced on
Study il, the economic loice of Netherlands Autonomy Da.,, Dee-
tourism m me Caribbean as a ember 15 9IS0
REPUBLIC OF HAITI HOSPITAL
AND EDUCATIVE FUNDS
The Grand National Lottery Sweepstakes, "THE REP-
LUBUC OF HAITI HOSPITAL & EDUICTIVE FUNDS" tak-
es pleasure in inviting the public to attend its first drawing,
to be held at the offices of the Haitian State Lottery on
Monday the 21st day of March, 1960 at 9am.
The Grand National Lottery is the first of its kind in
this country and most of the tickets were sold abroad. First
prize is fixed at $50,000.00 but this prize, like the others
that follow, may have a supplemented value or be reduced
depending on the number of tickets sold which will det-
ermine the value of the prizes.
Port-au-Prince. March 16, 1960.
Lt erofil arnmlor& de la band d&
roulement done one traction et uO
ecurite suppl-mentaires. Un i*g _nie
ispositif de silence* r6dult les dl
rents bruits d6sagr6ables de pnee
%a=& quo la construction lharg o.
iSuper-Cushion Sans Chambre l
permit Jdabsorber les cahots de I.
oute. Vous aurez moins de poem &
plat. .t moins de d6lais parce que !
Construction Grip-Seal exclusive dlW
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Free Zone For Haiti ?
"Personally, I fedl that such a piuject Ithe est'ablish-
ment. of a "Free Zone" similar to that oif Colon'si cannot
possibly fail and could 'be concluded for the future benefit
of this nation and its people," so stated Mr. E. J. McGurk,
President of the Olub Internaition'al de 'C'mmeree, in a
speech given u t the Hotel Sans Souci on Wednesday ng'ht
detailing the 'Club's recent inspection visit of the Colon
Free Zone in the Republic of Panama.
The following Ls th test of Mr
McGurk's Fpect. n in r tch he enes-
a breakdo:.n of ine function; oL
the Colon Free /one and 'iltEi the
p).sibdtlnes o efitabbfning a sim-
dar zone in Hati.
"Dunrug tme latter part of last
Sear, MLr John Cusick. Manager
of the Panama Line nre- in Hauri.
brought to Ihe artenu~in of the
member, of the Clutb Internatiunal
de Commerce a proj-ct that ,as
felt to oe impnrt ri enough to me-
rit senouL re.'i, considerarjon
anrd action by thlu ore-roizanon .
srutd. of Ehn Colr.n Free Zoni In the
Republh ofi Pananma
"In the months ioll.:'ing ti-,
CIub Iunternanional d,: Co_'mmr-rc
E-ecu.i Comrnmi tI_ .:.rkinm inr
conroncuron wiun Mr Louis Deca-
trel. Pre.sident ui tr..: ChiambEr of
Commerce. discuzsl lh? acti'inel,
of the Colon Fret- Zone. La ment-
and ahi-her here ei-i.-dI a sight
possibilir) that such a zone could
be operated m Haii A.~ a result
of these disCussiuotl it wa decided
MAKE AN OUTING
El A E'
ilrht a C' :ninmiltle aoul. be Iormred
t) ..Sit P.lniMa Io .bhtbirn fa<.ira
Inlarnti..tUn by pert'onal Elud'. oi
the operator. Its effect on rh.- iL)-
Iomic saruanon' Pe-ople and ot(o
mattrlrs pertinent t, a risuirrr.n
this comnrr.lle hts ]ust teturnz-d
ifjm U hat ...e ,-,n-.rndr a most tai-
'..ru.le enl'hnten.ngi and succe- 'ifu
t..rts CorintnbIJed larg.j:. toj ihe sue-
e(.is oi o',r venture'
Lind-rsi..ind.Ati1. it aould be,
quite iniposible for me to ge
;i.:.j .di d-.tal s rieair te to the Colon
Free Z.Jne ifaLan m:. talk, noeter,
I shall Ir. to g\e you a little bert
er understanding of the Zone. its
or.'_in runtur-.. admindrrauT0 eCil'O-
rTomin, factor- resulting and adijnt-
Tne Colon Fire Zon.. or 'For-
e Irn Trade Zone- a fenried off
arej, \itiiuj)d resident population.
clos, to. or in a port of entr_. polic
ed t.:, ciiSt'mi ulfticals uin re for
egn merenandise ma, be landed
aitruldt applucanon of custom duli
ics :.r laas Such merchandise ma:.
br manruwctured, .tj:red, repacked,
prcesied, graded, labelled exhib
i. d or handled in ar:. legal mann-
cr and [.,r.'arded to an. I',re-gn
'Driu: t cr., rn i ancr,. certain diestrnaori v.'ttoul pa:,Trient of lo,-
nm.mbcrl oI 11..1 original comimnttee ii Ia.... dUtiA o'r coridJlar ite
e:r, nor able rao te .rith u Th. Mercriirandah brought into the locaj
mremlo.rs comprising mti: cirnrum market [rom storage are, O.i Lhei
:-e .'..r r r I'ltJL1ar B,:,nhrjm'e Free Zone i s-utj; ]ct however to
tof the Fitcal DE-partmentr. aMi .ll cltlom dunte. and dues Lth
tikner Chlrie-. of the .Dpartmenri s.a-me a3 if inlpored diret
ot (_'min,:-rne a nd Indu.irr:,. Mr
It C.n. e an Idr. Mr Sate- tin th Free Zone fall in.
dt 1ly Guerr,' ircrriatoanal Club of
LCommerce an.1 Y-u Sp.ake I to 10 r aiarrlnr an separate cat;g-
.uril I .peak for all the rn-,rnb- oin-es. 1, Nierehand~e to be re-ex
.s -.. this Club .hen I s.tate. tha porlid i fIoae!n c.:.untres 2, Sales
tt-.' ,'eUrel z ans.,bni Panama which
u.e sin.ere', appree'ale the inter. t -e tra Ln Paam-
..i cou. ... and coo eraori, re r, er d to foreign pjr's. or
th, Goerni.renl rn -endlna the l-.., rach are nagarn n e oet .eenr qual
",renn.,ne n -,d delegate' .h,, t e itrea polls of rh. Republic and
lore-'ri ports. 3. Sales to the Gov.
-rrrnment, and dur:, tree orgaruza-
iJnorn i4. SalJ-'- or con-umprnion in
the RepubiL :.'her,- items are in-
t ijdued inrt. cutroms terror pro-
TO 'ided a rn olesalC rar.sacr.i is in
-1. ced The Free Zone 1,oets not
allowlC ,,ead +
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The Cl.hltn Free Zone uas creri-
rd o, d..crre la% in June -1 as
,uitni..mIiOUS Lietirution of rin Gov.
errnm.'nr ...t hi Replibli aOi Pan5.
ma Such aecre- Ib iu a; rthe dli-
r .:I rrc idi o a siud,. condructI at
itE rcqutci of th e Pr. i jen o0
Pjniban. b) Mi rri,,.mas E. L.,'in
E'iecutr.e ecretar.- or uie U'nred
Srt-c F,.,re gn Ira li Board
'Operauron began in n151 1t ,th
an initial gotcrnrrrneral appropnat-
.,n ,f i $11.01t0 and transfer bi Ihe
GrAernnmi.nl of legal till rights to,
rr, Colon Zone of ;-_me 96 acr- of
land barely a hal a mrle n-.:.m ir,
Cri-rooal docks B 19513 si\ ware-
hi-:ij-ses vre in operation ti-.erine
.rr, thr:, a. re" In the same
..t r gi._r.d alu-d i t ..-- r 1- n.I.
u:-n dollar's r we cleared [h.ui uh ':.t in ihree dais. w'stn appioxirn.
thr Zone area The fiolliUatn .,ar .t.i overflow ol $4t0),((iu that was
altpmenri srl; Doockelied to a litJ refused Probi was realized by the
ure of L4- mnrulor. dollr-: a'nd furit Free Zone management first m 1955
er eiparns.in %as nece sar;.. In De. and ha mcinreased fasorably ear
cenmber of 1t5 a 15i(..00 bond is after year sir.ce that ume In 1957
-ue was authorized to meet ph)e.ic the to lume in the Free Zone had
.ai eepansiiorn .' required roads. increased to some 63 million dol-
u.i.it ind sanlldlt, Seieri and lars Ti.-da3 t is estimated thal
v.arehouses fi.r ner. inant- The the :.earl fi-ure ouJd run bet-
tiierert in the Zone rand .it potenr- .'.en *I00 to 2')5 millions of dollars
a,1 'a- ,eli esilathiried b tMas alth a permanent shicx innventory
lme and ,su-h bond -5sue a1ii sold (tuontnued on page 11)
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Sunday, MARCH 20th, 1960
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S Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
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"BLASTING" HORNS ESSENTIAL
SVisitofs driving through the streets of Port-au-Prince,
Eand indeed through any area of the Republic frequented
;-byt motor-traffit., find that apart from having to learn an
j entirely new driving code to insure safe negotiation of the
':.City thoroughfares they are constantly bombarded from
pili sides by nerye-shaittering chorus's of Haiti's premier
St. raflfic indication the horn.
STo 'the casual and short-stay visitor to ourt island the
Shorn is, seemingly used with reckless abandon at all hours
"- day and night in musical discord to tell all other drivers.
'"Get out'of the way, I'm coming through." Certainly it
Must be admitted that the constant catenwailing of multi-
~ialed 'horns has an un-nerving effect and is on occasions
Used perhaps flagrantly.
ISo to test whether this national drivers' pastime was
arcii sed more Whan necessary, a "test drive" was made
Week with 'the intention of.seeing just what the ben-
ifilial uses of the -horn are 'and to see if examples of un-
i necessary horn-bloAing are pronounced.
The answer? Horns are a vital safe-guard to driving
Sn the City if one wishes to reach ones destination with
car and 'body intact and there are a couple of cases which
.frequently could be solved more peacefully by patience
; than by blowing the horn.
The biggest traffic in the capital is not bought about
by oars, tru-uks and other motorized vehicles: by far the
Greatest volume of traffic is the pedestrTan and 'he or she
Stands to make use of the road as much as the car driver.
;Over the years these people 'have 'become used to a blast
n the born from an approaching oar warning them of
Sthe consequences of staying on the road in the face iof
Sapproaching traffic. They 'hear the horn and move to the
.side of the road or street. 'Dispense with the 'horn and driv-
:-'e~ would 'have to fit cow catchers to the front rof their
.'cars or have a man with a red flag walk in front of them.
It can be seen in the face of the pedestrian problem that
the horn is invaluable. Blind intersections make 'for essential
hiorn blowing also. A driver who slowed or stopped on
nearing each 'and every city intersection -would rapidly
Seiter make bimself most unpopular with traffic behind
in or would in the finish end up with a Camionette firmly
I embracing the rear-end of his vehicle.
STransport carrying the City's produce back and forth
.r' t the markets makes up a 'large percentage of the 'tightly-
knit trnalffl and it is found on examination that 99 per
cent of these vehicles Ihave no side vision mirrors and prod-
uce and human eargo usually prevent the drrnr 'from see-
Sing more than a 'head of hair in his rear-\isi-sn mirror. Any
river wanting to pass these formidable moving objects
Shas to blow 'his horn to let the driver know that a :ar
Behind wifhes to pass. Al the hoping in the world vwil not
make these drnvers move over i't has to 'be the horn.
So. it is readily seen that the horn is an essential to safe
-conduct 'for drivers and their modes of transport 'through-
out the country, 'but. there are instances 'where the horn
i,.is used over-esten'si ely. The lead driver a.t traffic lights
.. is usually subjected to furious horn blasts if he does not
..,roar away immediately the lightt changes to green and if
S-a poor unfortunate should stall then woe and betide his
SThis is going a little to far where a small amount of
.::patience would suefite. But, we ar esorry 'for visitors and
those with delieates ears--the blowing of horns will continue
in Haiti's streets 'for a long time to come until cars. trucks
tnd pedestrians develop either a sixth sense or equip rhem-
1 selves with radar.
Here is important news: Tomatoes at 25 centimes a pound!
At the Sales Office of the ODVA on the corner of Rue
ndu Centre and Rue des Cesars. You will find the Tomatoes
fthe fine superior quality U.S. No. I Grade A at the eoon-
Sc.al price of Gdes 0.25 the pound.
future, is to build up a lund for help me in this aim I would' be .4
the formaton of an Interrnaonal most grateful to you if you would -:.
Social Club, for the benefit of our menton my request.
overseas visitors. Stamps are inter- Yours sincerely,
naoonal and I'm hoping they will H. IVE'Tr. tMr.)
ODVA Produce Sold At Best
Prire In U1S .Q
March 7th, 1960.
S.r. A cable received from ODV.A's
.A, the result oi enquries that I corrcspndents in the United States
have brade I have been advised announees that the produces shipp-
to unle to you, to see iU you would ed oby this organization are being
landly mention im 3our paper that sold at best prices on the NeAX York
I- would like to hear from anldaeur market.
Philatelits in Mour Country, who Effecn\iel the las stupment of
vould be Inter,-ted In exchanging Peppers and Tomatoes made ta
lamps h mn I am ng othe SS ANCON sas sold at Su1 i)
stamps wlbh me I am trying to
obtain contacts in as mania Count- and 10.11 a pound: .rule Bell Pep-
r, as possible. per and HIol Pepper ariet, wele
r bargained at 0 12 a p.und.
NM .ims are tlireetold breast Thanks to the bolda Lntatse of
1t, oittman fnendij contacts who -ill ODVA and in spite ot the pfssim.
exchange stamps with me then ism of mani. of us. se ha,.e toda.
to pass on as cheaplb as possible. o)me to the evidence that our coun.
a ,ide selection oi the world's try is able to produce first quailta
s anips, to al interested in Bntain vegetables which can adanage,:,us.
My necd .herfc-re. ti for stamps. i compete *,th similar produce--
o ner ad:s:nptpon. i. &ny qiJEant
r, rind in retlui I will tbe passLin
oiterteas rbhat er ieleeron of
stanipim, n. .rrro spondents require
Oti .ousi- as r ,me 'ec on. I should
hae- a Ltr ftoi., aO t arr ps 5 to
p,.s on. ttI here and oeli;as
M., rhur. and nijst amiibitious 3in.1
id- perieni or the .'u c s-: of my ,
first -wo aimsl Iar sometime in rie
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LES PLUS BELLES MOSAIQUES
PLACE GEFFRARD 0_-
of other countries on the interna-
Tnts conclusene. experimentation.
due to ODVA opens'good perspect-
I\e for trie future of our Agricult-
ure and the economic ofc the country
as a whole
Furthermore, export of ODVA's
tecelables are going on regularly
each week, b) snip and by aircar-
go On March 16, Pan American
World Airways Clipper Cargo carr-
ied to the Uniled States, m excess
.[.1 his ilual load of tomatoes and
peppers. 5040 pounds oi cocumb-
er This was the brst shipment of
this kind of vegeloale accomplish-
ed b. ODVA (P.R.)
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Lent: Period Of Prayer
As lold b. MAH. PETIT
The Ha Jiiii pSUte'.L mtae ': ir a t
o "rnon, ire prbi,' Ci For H aiti
consider the time of L:nt as i per-
iod for tr'.enr pl i..i. ahd pern
an So trom "rnp li- i~ Lent Ei thi- p ubAli m r-k-L 1 h are fJll l rdJ.lle tiri:er, Fi.hoe ma.rklt.
ti o p n1,q,_ Lranches, id tm d,:,n,. )[nd el boe-,! .cl',mnn I,,cK nu.t
day until the last the Churcnes and ti p ln t branche and b.-.nt an'S 01 bor- c il:.. n i ,ick nusi.
Chapelis. .-f the Capa., i P lul p In. trees that art n-ou it dowrn i, keen .- d rand cring -I ii -.'unit .
overflow wth h althu. I, [te Cir. it-ri Kersc-AJ and Fur- Ca '.hfr l Du-ort. LCeane Ti-
I b) thi e maileninais d' ra la l no s g.-rig' p' sen.i
Dunng trns period the de'.out
Catholics arteni tradlsoinal ceerrn
orucs of Criemin de Croix." 'the
road of the cnusi singingn together
the Santa Mater' and hymns etc
There are also Jubles" ,i Da-
mes. Demoiselles and Messieurs at
the Calhar of B&-Air ai "Croix
Desprez" and als at ine Cal.ar
of Peton\ille on "Morne No-r "
The "perutentei" tirt ia to nay
the ones rino arc a-king cderi'-
justice against a me cinelni- Acar
a dress of gunny sack 'inthout w-ih
.Ig it for the mhole s-Ven -.eki
The "Caieaire Mbirclki" -:iiated
near Ganthier draw s:' cer. Go.C'-d
Fnday thousands of pinriml aho
have come to climb' 'i s gn Of
penance. the fourteen i,:lp stations
leading to the Caivai:, to ask the
pardon of the dj-ine cruoafied
In the county or tih Sunday CiM
SPassion fifth Sunday ui Lent. the
' habitantt" gather around a table
S -or in a tunnels ilean-tol to -ing
together the passion of Jesus-Christ.
During that tume laying hens are
' not allowed to sat on an, eggs on
the pretet that the erZ- when hai-
ched would yedd snakes "zcuesh
yo va calle couleuve So conae-
quenfl eggs fall a price dunng
this period to perhaps five or six
Scent for three.
On the Saturday before Palm Sun
n'iesu The following dao, i Palm
Sun j.\ anlni it s pleasure I. -fee
ch-l-ien as eull :al the aduJlt carn
EyinEg Min pride ir.rir pi-m fronds
to bi bles-':d d.rin, Lih nis-.
T.i ilaialnri pila.ies grelt niFpo'!r
ince on ihe hblissalg oi his paint
ion-l and -ih keeps it c.areil.i III
his "Roaiat.Jre' or oi \cr his beo
as a tirmi: bDCie.etd in prc(.lcnon
a&iria l lxhtnrii fire epid-mic,
Ria t-aiids lran t1. pli', tir.i-,ugl-
aur Liine Cuintr:. durnng th i ist
%wek i:,i Lent be:lo-re dee-ruegFi "I'
perniarence dunnr the Hjl:., elr-:
E.-r:. Sariui-da tme hills resound
alth Lhe nhumrmina and trlnipinE o0
.sccenes arin bamti.o Already the
mare-it -ie mLerflo"inng itmI large
.i-i. .res \egeliales including
t eetl i bete r'iIes, I tlomatoe, car-
,-ls. acrd cabbage ahicrr the Haun.
'3-ins- e f-.'r the traditional "Maigre '
of the Fnday"s Lent presenbed
b., tih- Catholic Church
The e cmcery stores and the Dou-
Lques base replenrmned UCLrii stocks
of samrnii and sardines oa all
iandrs '!.r the great %eek the
HOli) vi-t. iSernisne Saintei. The
Hutran gives considerable Import.
an't Ii) the Holt week and earl.,
.jr. tne Holy. Thursday the Marche
Sal.:rron, the Marche Valiere and
the CroL des Bs--ales are full of
riouieAivCs of [rueliS cling I.
'.-rs oIr Grand GCo a' hujrr., up'"
II in ilidl.:i- plOcO:s.i- on jf Oui,
peopti- tirs. illl.n. I. thEi counir,
nr,mr i to 5.: and participale .ni
mi- Para band
.A Lt-e Grand Rue thel cirod i
tiuc. and sile pea)ple Lind tnim-
seh.e: hlaned h;, the rouise c-f ac
i'.lrv. and the iatiers of the fam
Iar e ighhtin ike thhe d:.- il to
pro.cure thst bi nle of o-i thma will
1t cirtrre-pieee on the dinner table
o:'n Hil ', Fricla.;
Comrnc ni.-on :nd mIe to.n i: dead
The tll- i: se i.. ring ojt and in
-jme rn,:,is iJ te', vi-1i niot e%\en
v-'.eep th- iloors nt.: a rise in
mide iulrounhur- the house Th,-
. aill a sign of r-pect for tre 3a
.ny and death of I[i Sa,.-or TIr
children will not baLne iantiJ re-
surrie on for fear oi be,'ng turned
DAY OF ADORATION
As for Chr.Frmas. Hol. Fnda:, is
a day of adoraton and almost all
of Port a.-Pince uges to church
to ki&s the crucitls and .vltmess irle
I new 35 H.P. Evinrude bigtwin
I lUsed 1956 30 H.P. Lark wilh
Elerrie Starter and Lone shaft.
COL tONN-E, S.A.
For details contact:
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Yes the new Dadlani Store on the corner of Rie du Bonne
Foi is surely a "Little Europe stocked with fine merchand-
ise from all over the world with emphasis on Indian Prod-
nets. "Little Europe" also means Free Port Prices.
Caribbean Construction Co. S A.
Builders Of The Military City
Gen. Manager: Gerard THEARD
Phone: 3955. P. O. BO.. 284
THE AMERICAN VEHICLE, [DEAL FOR HAITI
It is the "LARK" manufactured by ST UDEBAKER-PACILRD Corporation.
Neither large nor small or rather, large and small at once
Offering all the advantages of large cars, 6 to 7 passengers,
Stability, Comfort, Power and all the advantages of the small car
Low fuel consumption (30 to 32 miles on a gallon.
Easy to drive, length reduced
Reduced Prices, in spite of its great luxury
Ideal for Haihti
THE NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE AGENCY, S. A.
Place Geffrard, Phone: 3216 or 3929
GARAGE RiUE DES CESABRS PORT-ALi-PRINCE, HAITI
Ask also for a demonstration of the Pick-Up and Trucks
i. Their saving of fuel. solidity, power and capacity are
Served arews/vaw at Hltis Leading already universally known.
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS & BY CONNOISISURS
THROUGHOUT THI WORLD
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Sunday, MARCH 20th, 1960f. '
iOn H)oly Sa3rda3 all pnests are
mnobiled to hear ,he means' confes-
sion which forms a large undertak.-
ing Around 10pm on Holy Saturday "J
the office e of the mass is begun and
cerem:'ni Abe Mi lunch around .i ai md-night the bells at last tolf
pLn' In- noises are deserted and i1'' resurrecnon
the p.:pUarnon go-s ii the Road of On E S ier Sunda. solemn masses
'he Crss to I ,nc-nnue the adoration lae ri-ld in all the pan,-ie and at-
until 7pnm nd man.. .r[ the v..-)mn ternldd r. hundreds of thousands.
climb the cil\- nei Ie *ulmrale -,i Catholics making their Easter
Jubileu' dulois font leurs Paques
on the label
; .c- e.
Sunday, MARCH 20th, 1960
It is getting so that people are
taking vacations as much to
shop as to play golf, lounge in
the sun or just relax. And, no
wonder when you consider the
savings to be had through Free
Port-Shopping. A couple who
normally might spend $500 on
Christmas gifts finds they can
buy the same gifts, in free-port
shops, at savings up to 60% of
U. S. prices. So, for the $250
or so they save, they enjoy a
wonderful vacation in Haiti.
Perhaps the most famous free-
port shop in the world is La
Belle 'Creole. located in the
heart of fascinating Port-au-
Prince, Haiti. Here one can
find a veritable wonderland
full of the world's most de-
sired merchandise. Swiss wat-
ches, Cashmeres, Handmade
bags, Gloves, Crystal, China,
Silver, French Perfumes, Ca-
meras, Liquours and a seem-
ingly endless array of native
handicraft make La Belle
Creole more a shopping cen-
ter than a ordinary shop. Con-
sider that one can buy the
world's most famous Swiss
watches Patek Philippe,
Omega, Ulysse Nardin, Tissot,
Nivada, Jaeger Le Coultre,
Borel, Juvenia. Audemars Pi-
guet-at discounts of 50% of
the U. S. advertised prices,
and it is no wonder that La
Belle Creole is famous. The
same applies in China, Crystal
and the rest every fine brand
is represented. Before buying
an expensive watch it might
be well wprth your time to
consider a trip to Haiti.
Al Noustas, President of La
Belle Creole and Haiti's most
vigorous promoter of tourism,
is perhaps another reason for
the surge in popularity of
free-port shopping. His ad-
vertising in support oi travel-
shopping has appeared in most
leading U. S. publications and
he continues to pursue a po-
licy of cooperating with tra-
vel agents in their various
promotions to increase tou-
rism. Among the most popular
.innovations he has created is
the practice of sending a bot-
tle of free champagne to any
visitor,to Haiti who happens
to be celebrating 3 wedding
anniversary or to be. on a
This year La Belle Creole is
itself celebrating a O1th an-
Sniversary and Al Noustas has
doubled his efforts to make
the world conscious of the
advantages of traveling-to-
shop. The store will hold a
two month long sale offering
Seven greater discounts on fa-
.- mous brand merchandise.
S tEveryday exclusive items will
be selected to be sold to visi-
tors at prices that will as-
tound them. No doubt thou-
sands of tourists this year will
come home from vacations in
Haiti, richer, in a way, than
when they went away.
FREE PORT SHOPPING CENTER
P. 0. Box 676, PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI
'AROUND THE WORLD IMPORTS
MINTON, WEDGWOOD, OMEGA, PATEK PHILIPPE
ROYAL CROWN DARBY, --JUVENIA TISSOT, BOREL,
ROYAL COPENHAGEN, AUDEMAR PIGUET,
ROYAL WORCESTER, JAEGER LE COULTRE,
- ROYAL DOULTON, ULYSI; NARDIN, RIVO,
ROSENTHALE, SPODE, ATLANTA, STUDIO,
AYNSLEE, COALPORT, VULCAIN.
HANS HANSEN, GERO,
The Finest of FRANCE,
WEBB & CORBETT,
BERN HARD ALTMAN,
DANISH SILVER, _
GOLD & SILVER JEWELRY
and BRAZIIAN GEMS.
- The Best.
CARVEN, E GALJON,.
FABERGE OF PARIS.
CREAM, All FRENCH.
- Collector's Items
Typical Costume-Dressed DOLLS
World Famous RUGS & DRAPERY
Hallian RUM BARBANCOURT
Have us send gifts to your friends in the U. S. A. I
without affecting your quota.-- See us for more information.
~z ~t~ t,~~yt ILc
Tilb :'i~i i..lci. FPie,. Trz.ii enrIL I.
geTher a*ULi psalJs.i i. Ecpc:ienl I
be published in June i,' the \\e
Indies NLbsi's.n. n.io ha\e been pt
forming translator rinntng a n
the distnbunng of Holy scripture
in Haiti sicne 1950
With the puhliaiion of thr Ne,'
Testament the Westl Indie Mij-sio
will hase culminated sears of cra
ful translations fn:'m original bibi
'works in French, Sparuish Germa
and English and will certainly ai
a big conrirbution to Haitian edi
cation for this new edition i
Holy works is to ne printed in Cre
In pre enting this new and majo
works the West Indies Micssin ha
performed a notable accomplish
ment as has the young Haitian oh
working from 8-10 hours a day si
days a week, since March 1957, r
cenlly completed the mamnmol
translating task He is ?S-,ei-ol
Raymond A Joseph
Born in the Dominican Republi
of Haitian parents Joseph came I
Port-au-Prince with rhs lamiI whe
seven >ears old The (arnaly li\e
for a short ime in trI Captal be
fore moving south 0to C )ie where
they set up residence Taking hi
schoolng trom his father, a Bap
iste Pastor, Joseph on complean
his initial education became Prin,
ter-Edilor of a Creole publication
in Aux Ca.es.
In 1950 the studious ,aoung maj
joined the West Indies Mission an'
later attended their Bible Schoo
where he graduated after two year
of study in April of 1.52 He con
tinued 'lun the mission acting a
SA I I UN" Sunda., MARCH 20th,
reole Of Vast Importance 4
FORTHCOMING TRANSLATION OF NEW TESTAMENT FOR HAITIANS
,- n .,iant Pa,i.. urinit Septnib- .ieph ha- morn dtgd ,t a1, through CoClo-'ia- and ] Hlri. ings n lt be held by the Commrtee .-:
f ,r o rl D .hen h leri t Hait ior I,-.t ei ri hour_ pi d, --ln n \ hen ,L- enure Ne Tl.tme.nt during the reitiiona.. work to en-.,
ir Ii. Llnil, Ilt Oi' to further his Ed- let' I take a lrd d30,' t:u,' %,i .-:s cni'ieliId Bs cmIlid n5 lure c.irectn finality'.. .
r' ueation 1a In Moo:dy Biole Inseti- h r tra-.latdin ~ ork one i and w ll be pnntid Lr tne U Apart fonm the proof reading al.
d ore in i Cheat. i Bit he spent 2 ltor -a l ir Hait at prices that uie typeserting and printing work:
d .rs Flom hete Jo:eph mc .ld Ad,.. L IIi the lonn tdask of the pasint people aill lhe able ti done n the States and the so-.
lo .nrollmen .,i "heulon Colle._, lraii,'l.lnc ha e been r i.o other to a,:l tlord c-r. has already started-work on
. I ,.)ae W miles iroe C h li ,go. rotmb.r ,~i Hiuti s conImmunt:.. he Th- facl mtal tlie tiranilatonri tor a Neo T esanient. as yet "in the
n v.her he spent a lumrner two .ears R... M arco Depe-tra and tne Rev. pl.ce- in three df i e n I areas eperunentta stages. -to be entitled,
Joeph returned to Haiti and Aiu Alat Roccutl. Ho),seer as the tn* means tra ditferrnce.s i1 st:,le, d,- "Popular French Version." Aim of
1e CaLe- in r.,~ of '19i5 ut intends re,.rands hate nad to dinote a iq-i and autnographi etc. wdl take huus work will be to suanplify the
M talang men further educatonal in. major prop-.rtJin oi their nme to plice Therefore it rxpecled that French vocabular, and stble.
d strurinon and in rtr drecrnon has 1he.r church and parLsh work. the these diaerences of sbles would Joseph bEtie.es that, "This coun
j. enrolled ia the Lilii\er-it3 ol Cni- brunt oi the task tell on Joseph, mak m ma e tble hard to read for Ir> needs education badly and this
If ca-, nhre he Lnlnds stud.rin;,: lr and he is certamnli well equipped .onei of ihE Creole spealdng. peop- is a good way for the people to
h!- Ir octoraie While in fthe U S tor in,- job. Ie. oblan that Iknowledge in the all..,
Jos.ph nmarried a Lcrl horn Chi- m J not con To counteract this a committ-e Lmportant language that they are
,ago and thne couple returned 10 Famond Joeph s'nI con r e t somd to Creole :
lr l Island toeher ust to speak Dluent Spanish, French has been setup composed of mem e is at man ho i orkL g to
,_aethand ll er. u e frne t nrl h He, j_ a mans % o ork ng t,
is cIo e. Creole and Enehsh He is also a ber fr th nort r e yards the betterment ol his count-
For four nth aer his r fluentt reader and writer of Ger- Plateau Central thets people. Ramondoseph
For four nonls air his rturn % Hbre and Greek and as Port-au-Prince, Artihonule, Ja':mei. o' ad r people. Ra ee. seph
to H.ti' Ra.m-ronl Joseph s rea ti G a Ces and Jt-erimie. At the commn- ceporkt S da ofnd the aieek .A-
ai iL A is z not -nough, is curtentl3 ,\ n en m
a's an announcer un RFadro St.tn i meeting, to be held in -ept Sunday and he admits thait
- Lunuere and h, ,ie. n aco.m. stud,.-in Ruas-s.n And so it cn re hed the Sabbath da) is a full one oo.
Ih pshed msc n .ee that aso a a ull-time anslat- Septrber of this er. they as be i often m ed to preach-
d psd mtwork it h nard to find a better t up prncipa based on a sermons at various churches the
station nawork port to be presented by Joseph s
In October last te ..oung couple .q ied ming out the problems he ha Suth The Creol version o -fi
e mrn ed r, Port au.Pnnce wnerE his Je translaing of the Ne, lound persrally and tnose raed Nw Testaentl uil bte a big Jeo
ao.iue had ner br-a chd Jean Tesment into cre as rm ti others concerning tne present attend to atop Ifre;
n Testam ent ito C reolbe s perform im be ae ta not intse n d to stop here
" Dahid a houng man now 5 months ed usi the Faublas metb iho tan latios.h h sarted..,
d old On the _,%rh of Feborula this sn h, Gove. Uowng thee sugg t o o n e has alre au himseon f lar-old
- %E3e Jonepls and mue ,.ife and baby m,, d e the Go v there wit be a start and re ontranslation of theold
smntu and he esomates that on tetestament and has concluded the.
e rno.el 1.) St Marc where Mrs Ju e average h raltedd some- r the Ne.w Tnstament until r ea-
fe aaernge he translated she re-& h d r r r oo and ang-room. sb
seph ookl up employment as a see pe g as gdes de the stage where it can be ooks of Genesis and Exetus. Th
Sretary to Communit' D-eelopmenthe o an ae read without dtifcult b the Cre- dynamic young Haian holes t .
B tone of the. man; prog-ra ns or the nc m ngUsh etc., pluole people throughout the Island. the first stages o he old Testa.
t' ,ben Sceh,.,euer Hosptal Frnch,e ommenish. ngish etc. plus As is expected to take umrie nlnt l -ill be published thi year.
all bible commentaries.
n an h bears fon.r the revisionart y a ork It -'R
The Comm u n I I Development As loseph completed each sect- expected that the tentative Fr RENT O R
n program i conducting an assisl- icn arid book the portions were punting or the Bible will cover en- Sis large rooms with two bat.:"
d ance CimppaLti in farming, santlar scent to the States where they were ogh editions for three or four "oms and walttag-room. Sutlable.
Il and health schemcs and an ann. printed tin Creole) in little book.ears only for medical oRtiees or business olf.;
s literacy program. lets and these are on sale in Haiti. ices and companies. Address No.:];M
i. Despite his constant moving art Included in these are the books of As a secondary check, no less ?9 Chemin des Dalles or Phone"'-:
s found and his bustle of achtrines. Malheaw. John, Mark. Ro m a n s n hon rto and at least four meet- ""n.
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I Is 2 % A X.V.. I
-Sunday, MARCH 30th. 1960
"HAITI SUN" PAGE 9
SThe Eighth Wonder Of The World ,
B) Marc T. GREENE
Cap Haitei n today is a sleep and
haliforaolttEn old Car.bbean port
But time was w hr.n kno.n th.ren '
Cap Franc.,i i iI .a a Ite ineFilt.
the tinect arcnti.t.nru-ril.,, the mo.il
popurlous, as u..el as me ea;e.st
-ciat in all thbi \itst Indian area
it ha- its place in .mencan hilt-
rct. too inasmuch .i it i as the
retdenzoui of Compte d'Ersanmg's
French fieEl that (ani. ro mIe iOo-
lonist ai ad n tmi R:t. olutm)n. and
a larring plar.e of Lalf,.trie.
Its narcr' sreets c-,ith tmcr iron-
griiled balcorune .o'.eil '.hih an o
casjnaJ boougaLurtiae-a talli D K
a lie t aaCa)de, .here a modern
vehiclee rarrl p.iie;. and Negr
%.omeii il, doing ii lh.? s l beiid.
baskti. :f ora-riLe arid ibanana-
Sug'Er t the long sco The leiu.mel
t.rnipo of Ide contraiias ncarply vit
tmi nai.-e and bustle and trhe ma
,-nl...ed thrones ot the Hatian cap
sal Port-au Prince. or, te othe
Side ol mThi is- land, only 45 minute
*av.a., b., pla e-
'*EIGHTH WONDER OF
But Cap Hainen srhl has its tm
p:.rtancee and the reason 'or t1a
lie- dramaricall, 0be-tre .,ou vend- FANIASTIC PINNACLES
er as you gaze skyward it is the Then ascrendn to cross the north
ruins of the mirghtl lha.bon and ern cost range he r might rurin
ciladel of "King" Ilernri Crristo- i disco.'ered a little to the left
phe, "eighth wonder of the world ', Great so:mber peaks daarf als di
like anich there is nothing an)y menrioni a little at first. But the
wheie. pilot approcing tihe northeastern
Onl. a little lekIs interesting and bastion banked snarplh and dropp-
suggestive are the ruini oi the pal. ed to '*tlhi a couple of hundred
ace *,A Fins Souci. at the foot iof eel of the parapet
llr mountain it,..h is croeTled by
the ctad.-I Heie Pauline Et-r *o[ He sui.op,:d lO, over the bartle-
Napole.on enlerlraned rnoC.lis sat- ments aid then. at a 45-odegree
e;mn,. sodiders, and pceture.que rank. sunl In thr-llingI:; close to
ad.enrurers from all o)er the uorld tne l-terirng eas.ern sill AIch is
'ith a magniicenrce whichh is hr't- 150 leer high and 311 teel [hick .A
ont the southeastern corner the drop
You ma.i or mar noi feel equal from tenl parape-tl nrt) the %alle.
tj the stiff climo up the lull to he t .lov. S a sheer 7inl re-r
citadel. bur an a.n case Ltre rrnos The nhld i tan upon
nipreiss '.'ie-. tf It comprehendi e rohm L a u
the Few of a moirain called Bon.
'n, at once all Il -tupendous tne a -e of a mTuha Blattd Ban.
tsrrin,,h el onslrtron its 1rugby net i i'Esveque. "The Bishop'- Hat".
s h of construe n s tairic prinnacle remind one
skliled design as a miliil;. arrong- t
hold lit is said to ra\e been built f the Catle ot Leracheniel: or, le
by one Felix Ferrer, aueged bh Rlne. r oi to. 111irl p3lae of
some to have been a Scotti-h en- bthe r Ml Kr'nua Baopare. our
gneer, hb others a mulatto trained boh s.re di ,u, corripe.i to
in France), its stupendous &-me-n. hr phe'a citadel
,:.rni. and ,L a.-''com.a olatin All aru.uno it are Otlier m:lountal i
PLANE PROVIDED summnilt irnd n, r-cenr :.ers th
SIn m cae .tr e tH.i.Ban Gloirn,- roris Or another, but mucr. mailer
; ment provi'i'dd a .sal plane and fortre.i have bten di'coiered
i put ilt n crharee uf the commander There is a sor;i [hat Cnnrlophe
S01 the Haitan Air Fortc a man i,:[uilI, built alt eo ethr sIx
Strained in me L S A "The s'nlmll mounltan fortre-seis ..hieb should
i:-,ekt.t i r- h ii-:i iacab There i:rand off tie e.xo.pct'd atternpts of
a 31 a Ct t.I b- de UiL drter and irh Flench ro rci' =r Iun: iAl.aind
h lt.,:. mor.: behind Bur i t ru .i true Ih. remains f)
\ 'e tr-:,K off [ mrrom i '-.er mod- th iher- hba.e nr'.'r tP .-- n l.,urrI.
. ern B)u.en Field. ir. P.-.rtn a-Pnr.c-?. Tr. cta'as. J -,asi uapp.vrsd to Ci:r.
r and .,rA'd hign o er the ca-il lal &ain I'5I) tr:-,op th-" 'ugi h,.~.. wi:r,
-i muintia-, mhen 1.)A.r acro-. the a riarber .-ere to hre fed i. not
rs-eat plain where 1V( .\ear; ago clear S...me 511 old cannrr'n eaC:h
Itrf FT.-r.h pianiarr ori prodJ:d. ,' hs ri ,, na t:n 'iere draieg -d up
our of, the labors of 2i,0.tlil black ct, Lths 21 Ij i.i or m.iunt.-n aem.-,
ia'e. an annual r,-enue ol more IOiei:r r iUn Lrh.r r.jn Dnails nd a
t than one hndlred mirllr.n dollar '.airl atrt. o0l pwdcr
ItO NTAIN$ TOUCH CLOUDS
Even today you can see, in the
old magazines, a n'mberol flint-
lock muskets rith Amcnean mark-
ings. They were brought trom Am-
erica after the battle of Savannah
b, the French, and in turn captured
Trom these b) Chnrstopihc's ,.ldies.
Some of-the cannon are of bronze
and hate Napoleon s coat of anms.
The wonderr and irroance of the
palace. is history which blends with
unpaialleled snangen'sr. cle gisly
and the nrh]gh colorful. are omrr-
present. Or, earthn ere s nothing
recall. like virus iraperndou~r mount-
an strcn:nhold. considenng ias lo-
caDon, its tremendous trenilth
arnd mie ine.vplia.ble manner of con-
strueoon in such a place
Above and around Cap Ha nen
or, irree slides rie tme miuntain
Itr into the clo)iud NO'. and then
%nohn toese anii aside Defore the
Canrbbean rrad -ind ',ou s":e from
the torn the Tgrat ca.l Cie far up
:.rundEr. silh.:.uelted Uie a dream
.:.' Valnliia against the sapphire
- ,uthern ioQ
And below across te alluvial
plain and r[ada. because of unrest-
rixtr,. and a inl-recte ov ruse but
rch est.':rda, 3 s ine Argenotna
pampas, once 3i retched the great
French plantations. hundred of
tr.,:m producing sugar and coffee,
cotrt.n and C-jcoa. ban.,ana and
eat L. with a otal le .en'e truly
The rch Ilet til h,.: planters was
scrted bi more. rhari L1'2,ii house-
'la-,d li.-;i which. .n n tle rnme
came and sc:rrrrng Ti.russajni's el-
torts ti rmstrain then an a single
nieht tlurcd a hun-lred plantabons.
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SThis is CHAPTER m of the CONSTITIrION of the Republlc
of Hai as translated from "*Le Monileur", Port-au-Prince, Haiti,
December 2?. 1691. The -Sun" uill publish a tille per neek of the
ConstItion as it appears in the original. I
CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF HAITI 1951
The Executive Power
The President of the Republic
Article- --The Exetu\ve Power shall be exercised by a citizen who
shall receive the title of President of the P.public, assisted by the Sec'
retaries of State and Assistant Secretaries of State.
Article 37 -The duraoon of the pre-xidenoal term of otice shall be
six years. this period to begin and end on the fifteenth of May, the
Chief Executive not being permnited to continue in office even one day
longer It he is elected to fill a vacancy, he shall assume office upon
his election and his term shall be considered o begin on the fnteentn
of May preceding the date o his election, and the constitutional term
shall hate ended even though the sixth year of his term is not entirely
Article 88 -To be elected President oi the Republic, it is necessary.
1. To be Haiian by birth and never to have renounced this nation-
2. To be forty yearn old;
3. To enjoy cnil and political ngnts
4. To have one's domicile m th1s country;
5. To have received discharge of his responsibility when account.
able for public funds.
Article 89.-Before assuming office, the President of the Republic shall
take the follptiLog oast before Lhe National Assembly.
"I swear before God and before the nation honorably to administer
the national hentage, to work for the greatness and prosperity of the
Hallian people, to respect their rights and liberties, faithfully to observe,
and cause to be observed. the Constitution and laes of the Republic,
abd to maintain the national independence and the integrity ol the
Article 90.-The President oi the Republic shall appoint and remote
Secretaries of State, as well as public officials and employees. He
shall be responsible for the execution o the treaties of the.-Republic.
He shall take all measures necessary' to ensure the satisfactory
functioning -f all State administrative and financial agencies.
He shall have the laws sealed with the seal of the Republic and
shall promulgate them within the period specified in Articles -5, 76.
and 7 of the present Constitution.
He shall be responsible for the enforcement oi the Constitution and
the laws, acts, and decrees of the legislative bodu and the Natonal
He shall issue all regulations and orders necessary for this purpose
but he may never suspend or interpret the laws, acts, and. dcrees
themselves or dispense with enforcing them.
He shall make appointments to pubhe posts and offices on.,' o:,
virtue of the Constitution of the express provision of a law and under
the conditions laid down by it.
He shall provide, according to the laws, for the internal and external
security of the State.
He shall make all international treaties and conventions. subjtet ti.
their confirmation by the National Assembly, to which he shall aJ-o
Submit all executive agreements for ratification.
He shall have the power to dissolve the legislative body, in accord-
ance with Article GO at the present Constitution.
He shall have the right to pardon and. to commute penalties in con-
nection with all final judgments, except in cases of impeachment bh
the courts or the legislative body, as provided In Articles 123, 12-. aind
1"5 of the present Constitution.
He may grant amnesty only in political matters and in accordance
with the law.
Article 91 -II the Prqsident of the Republic is temporarily unable
to perform his 'duties, the Council of Secretaries of State shall be
charged with the executive authority durng his disability.
Article 92.-All mea-ures taken by the President of the Republic
shall be discussed beforehand in the Council of Secretaries ot State.
S Article 93.-All acts of the President of the Republic. except orders
for the appointment or removal of Secretanes of Stale. shall be count-
ersigned by the Secretary of State concerned.
Article 9-1.-Tne Piesident of the Republic shall hate no posers
except those conferred on him by the Constiturion and the picial laws
'"- enacted under the Constitution.
Article 95.-At the opemnng of each session, the President of the
SRepublic shall gi\e the legislative .odi i ma message a general teponr
&" on the situation and shall transmit to it the reports sent him by
the various Sebretaries of State.
"HAI T1 SUN" Sunday, MARCH 20th, 1960
FROM MAHOGANY BLOCK TO INTRICATE FIGURINE
LOUIS LAGUERRE'S FINE CARVING
Immaculate figures takeri direct rus or ner dau.\ ,a., of life has for 3 ,each and he anticipates int.
tro-n- Hitan& die are tran-formid alI been captured by, the Portnau- the near future mirleasing his week--
into Bas.et :iarm.-in vorrmen an Pnncien s canine ailitles and a Ily sales. This young Hainan arnst
ranrn.ill;. diunmnung men a:. th- prospective buyer can take his who has been caning for the short
.ilt of .2,ear-:ild Lcuis Lagperre. enioice trom saying women car- period of six months only is rapidly '
a prsonatble Por-su Princ-en. ring baskets on their heads, suar- making a name for himself a
Lagu-rrs Lr.nnicornralomr nit arr tr drunmmers squatting over their line carver and depicted of the
rnai the ".ork of to.:'doo ric.irtatiorni drums frmly planted between their Haitan way of lfe.
as tne pritious paragraph nay kness or ruirling dancers In various
ha,.e led our readers to presume, artirudes and posllonul. S P E C I A L
but are the retslis oi fauJlle4s car-
.ting with cruel and rasp. From
a solid block of mahoginS Louis
can. given the snort space of thirtr,'
minutes can e a 6 inch high bg-
unne performing some task s.en
ev\'e day in the street- and \ill-
ages of Haiti.
Each ol the figurlnen is finished
ithn either a dark or light finish
of french polish and stand on oblong
bases to make worthy contributions
to collectors displays or as decora-
tionn in he most fastidious house-
Looking at this ,)ung main's dis Self-taught. Lous Laguerre doe
plas oi caring work makes it not restrict his car-ing abilities t(
hard ro behlie trat e.ich figure the caring of bgunnes but 3ays3
.- caved from only one piece of that he aill eare anything at all
mood so concentric and intricate including birds, fish, salad bowls
are the.: but. close e.'iamain.on and dishes. Louis's trade with his
reveals that tne inel,, chiseled feat- fgurines howieer has grown tn
ures and muscled arms and legs such an extent that he naIs engaged
are indeed the punished product an asnsisant. Carlo Desrosiers. a
hom one piece of mahogany Toe young g l.year-old who is no.v learn-
fact mat Lagjeirre only takes the ing how to cane the deliate Lle
short time of 30 minutes to make figures.
one of these pieces of delightful
art is another tribute to his skilful Tno dozen of the igunnes are
art. sold by Louis weekly to one -f the
The Hatian peasant going about City)' Tourist Hainan Craft shops
Article 96-The President of the Republic shall receive from the
Puoile Treasurt a monthly compensation of ten thousand 110.000 00;
Artele 97.-The President of the Repubiic shall hate ius official
residence at the National Palace in the Capital. unless the
Government should be mated.
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EIs RATE COVERS:
a) Round trip transportation bet-
ween hotel in Port-au-Prince.
or Petionville and Cap-Halien;
bi One night ist class hotel ae-.
comodation in Cep-Haitien and
ce Trip to Milol and excursion.
Departures from Port-au-Prince
every Wednesday and Sunday
morning, returning_ following day.
MAKE FOULR RESERVATION Ar
HOTEL DESK OR
RUE DU CENTRE
LE CENTRE D'ART
Ali, Almiama, Armand., Basile
Benoil, Bigaud, Blanchard, Desro-
siers, Domond, Duffaut, BH~polie.,
Joseph, Leontu. Levneque, Liantaud,
Months, Normil, Obin, Pierre, SL
Brine, Slephane, rumier, Vital,
17 Rue de la ,Revolution
From Pan American
in town one block toward
bay, half block to left.
Open Monday through
9-1 3-6 Phone 2055
( continuedd from page 1i
..over 110 millions Trus I tlel
iovr excellent p-rg;-s especially F r e Z On e
the Free Zone ias establin-
Sprimarnly to nlp the E.c-nomy
..the country b.\ providing em charged unce r'nl., tnal :,.ers r- FREE ZONE ADVANTAGES
meant and more trade rather c "n.n, slte.edinrg deiiner, and
to be a profit making enter. fire and theft insurance Such ,are- Let us look at the advantages
OFFERS EMPLOYIEMENT age a nd is ideal for those cusom- Zone As all merchandise upon en.
e rhe also Zfe refrigerao s t l hant usin bFree
I Sime 2.Al frms air conducing -rs hang Lrregular stock or who LrEing tohe Frpee Zore snl ngt D
iAheir business through toe Free du not ns"e sufbc;i-nt volume to required tI pat corresponding m-
.it e.r5 over 4 arnoui -nr I O prrm- p port dunes, i[ %in be possible tor
rizae todain m over -I ,arenouse..s '- rnt leas-.ig of permr nent spa. al mechants to orded large
Over 11100 Ao)rkers are employed C-
diectly by the Colon Free Zone In ite hMm iollowng rn talk quantiie of goods 'thich e\'-nt
sand hundreds ol others are empl. plea-e note that the Free Zone uses ualIl s wti be used in locl ouslness
d continually on the docks load- all modern material nandung equip- omansactons eten when iare cnst
I and unloading maltnal for the rment and methods. Mlerchand. rims LM on tie good are ln
.;qne, as well as employees who stored or moved b, the use o brac The Fre Zone
aare working for private companies vuoodcn pailets resulting in ma im accepts Entlarncc oi thh mn rchand
in the Free Zone proper. um effcienc. f operaon s. al ,l pabrnlal \r.hdriap a- Than
i "Beside the local concerns using .At this tEme I shall not dpel ion merchants ill be permrrtna tu pa)
; 'the Free Zone facilides you can rhe subject ot foreign concerns urs.n import dulle on the partial ith.
f.Aind some ol the largest and nest thi Colon Free Zone. You mas be tdrawals instead of cn the total
[.name brand companiJEs siuch as In. c ure that the berebtis are most shipenlnr e:, lalinrg ilt antage o[
Stennational Gilletne Parke-Dane-. atirarctr. ard adiantagdou Frank. Lre Free Zone it will hot be recess.
S.Coca Cola. Corodareai GEinral Tire I, h- t,-nefits idernti are Ioo ar., to disrurs-. 3 large amount of
anid Rubber. FirEstone E-:o. UP- nunru.'ous andn compica[ed to go carpai lor import duties at one
.u.]aon, Cnarlis Pizi K Co-rporaio:,n into such deca.n at Lri meeting re and will enable Ito- mrr.bant
.-and many otherE We do hate, horeier f-ull .n dil. i" turn o.er ri. capital in a
: "The internal affair: r, th Fr,,: Allid informritori for anionr,? ,inter. mrtii. pr.:,luct.ie manner
Z.ione are adminisnred b) a mrang. eied in crenecing su,:i t,.nelts
.er and a board of lrec;or-- Theie For,- -n er.nicerns using the Zone for 'Furrhcr tr. rate charge- for
: .men are lhigm:, erpaenn-ed u,.ln rc--.p.,nrt o products t1 oloer coun. .rehousrin-, i hin rh. Z.re are
essmen apponrdc onl\ t in mer,. t n iLnd iiis ti,,Ln the maj. sh lir of low it, compa r,)ron ,-inr chare:'
"must meet suif'li qJuEtdbil ihn n the Free Zoin busine.- rmnae bt, other firm- for .warehoun.
specfleod under d;cr.:.. Ia .itiling
-- with internal reiulauor: :.[ the FreE _
Zone Day by da jperatsjino are
guidedd by a hi-ihij cormprient min- .
."The manager i direcl., r--ppors.
,ible Jor a ,ll acties and car. frie-
ily appoint or remu t :npini,:,.:e THE RESTAURANT OF
b thile tillkng ro Ith manraer i;n
Sour visil he explanird rhit ti.- Fn -
: Zone op-rates smell along tne THE HAITIAN FAMILY
i;uns. of a ,ast commercial bu.in;c-s
Only tnose empl%..:c ..e quaj;it-d IS OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAYS
--lihoul qjue-rno t o -rfo.m luu-ie -
as required are acctpred Jobs ire t
-.not created and on!., ine number 4 SPECIAL LUNCH IS
"',of employees abloluitel necesasr,
a, are put to work M:iot oi Eue pres-
eant management -ta. have been OFFERED AT MIDDAY
ij '.ith the Free Zone .nc it i estan-
- lishment. He former -iaeo that to
";assure stablitr> ania rcitidcrie- re- FO l.
S-q'lired o obtain Ing; let-n cont-
-racts oi rteo.n oear or more. and AND $2.00 A LA CARTE
to -conduct busine i u'scrEshflul, po-
.I.hcs: and piilicsl red tape cannot
ri s and pthe Free Zone pcnot The menu is prepared by Albert Bareilon
.: "The aszetL of the Colur. Froe,
:,-aZo as such are 11 The legal Of Switzerland.
-'ritghlts of the Isid rantred b. the
;?Nanotn 1i The b-r.efits itd rInlils
W" that ma. be deri,,d f[ti:m the pro-
-perties -bi thm railed Zone area. J ydtd t14* JV -r
.3i' IRevenuje den'r d irom lee- rC i
i'fls, asse'smenis arid o:,.ierjns in
i payment or t-r.iic rendered LiI
n*'Ihe Free Zone area ]I All otrer
s:- tpnaperiets and ri -hit ihat it ms
:I;a:= caipitl apprnari:ird.-t 'F est i val
'One hall of the pronrs biained
4- reach iear by tne Colir,' Fri.: Zone
Share set aside and arcculiir-a,-d Io-
Xcward a aresere fur.d The other
hall of aid profit are 4dpjiirtd
-a in c nd- into thpe ndtori: treaiur", A FINE FLOUR FOR CAl
s a dind.nt pertanmrr,_ i.:. the Ns-
"n'rhin the Zor: a i imrrp s c n
: ~ind almost n,. ipc ,r ,vare hojus C a ribbean
"i; ng-s talle fo.r i,- Dnre._. .n,, d ll jlf i
L'-(can operate lhrou r- c.n.; n tirrir:
.~ ethods. I, by Ile .neg ir.j I.r [r
-,c5 year period. ith option .o re-'
i newal. arid rernl l,: l.:,r l u,-h aInrd S ,, ..IT r
'. teln aenri ,ItCii peir ,u l HAS BEEN DISTRIBUTED U
15hen cents I lcrt I per s-qjar .
'i.neter per month, roads sanitar. i
i-cllities, eXere ire bili b. Free S
4'Zoing-authoities and ma-riainti, i 'I r AS ,. r n nr..
ayluh lease of ennre bidrr l.d or YOU TRY IT ASK YOUR GRO
46tortion of a building for period- of '
m',rnone to t ent. ,e rs, Rental
e. 'ieas: range tom 55 tu 75 cenl. petI
S;. ametere mr er m depending F E S T I V AL IT'S T
'.lpoltt hired space and e-tent of
ease ; 3 by using the public ware-
4a ta eaciies of Iht Zone RaIe
e .re 'l.50 cents per month per to ,
i.s. 11.50 cents chate per ton,
Ing therefore coneruent space LS
acquired at a saving.
Depending on the mercnant. bus-
Ines, i[ Ire rosilbdlty of sernicumg
mei many ships corrnng to Port dir.
ect from \oUr Fn?.i Zone stock
minus customs duties, there: be-
ing able to compete most fasoirao-
"Dutr tree organizations cJn be
supplied ftrm stock as merchand-
ise i needed Bulk shApments lead
Ing to lower freight rates can be
repackaged in the Zone There are
possibly many other advantages for
the local merchant that could be"i
worked out depending on the prod- i
uets and resale of such items. Lo -
al merchants are also able to se-
cure loans trom the various banks .
on merchandise to be stored in Free
What effect does the Colon Free.
Zone have on business and employ-.
ment generally as a direct result
of its acrtvinies" This is a question.
of prnme importance and should be
of viial interest to everyone here.
"The Free Zone has brought ti
(Continued on page 1)
CES NE WLY MADE BY
rO GROCERS THIS WEEK.
:ERY FOR THAT CAKE FLOUR
4E BEST IN THE HOUSE!
aday, MARCH 20th, 1960
CAM I RAS AT F10'T 1111ff #lfIt S
if~ 1 pjlaik I
ES.K N Phone 2390
... S.KRHN .i oTIONE
Sunday, MARCH 20th, 196(s
Increased Crops Throz
U.S. To Provide Neary 7.000.00(
The folloimg article concermung Il Florid
U.S. help and economic aid to Haiti uite i .
was written by Ednard C. Burks. .rn. .:.I
corespondent of the Nec York Tim r o1 or
es following a eetkend lour ol the About
north and a visil to Pole Cole and Liclptniiri
the Artibonile Deselopment project. icrrr-un
Burki. "ho n as recently ousted on a %'i
tfrm the Dominican Republic after *n th-.i
a one month reporting stand, trav- COt
ened to Ihe North b. road bilh Haiu's
the Head of the developmenI pro- Irt ;0 p
gram. Albert C. slaughter, and his aeisn on
resulting story was published in the coifie
New York Times on March 16 as hoic%-r
set forth below: gruline
By EDWARD C. BURKS po:puat a.
Port-au-Prince, Haiti. March 15-- linJred
The United States is pro.dindmg near- stepping
Ly $7,(1X 0OiOl in ecornomiru aid to pr.isxnim
Haiti ths bcail ,eaJ' The eniph.a ha,.e bee
is is on act-ictiltura devilcfpmenil near Caj
The principal projects art design 1Jiji) Cno
ed to efiht po'crr 3 ;,y' acreas.n: a-.oi o.
the knowledge of farmer- and by
developing new export crop_ Ca. in add
cao is being i.eloped as an im. ih. port
portaut export crop Statn= i.
Another et.Tinrmert si tue 'rup- li th, .\
ment b3 sea ar d iur o qualsbr Hiun.
tomatr.s. pepper- and cuciumtrl-s Th-!.-
to the LUnted States -trned al
So lar more Lian blO.00 pj)uind .:.' tib.n iund
these products na,.e tien shipped lai :.ar
a and Ne., York Tnat bi-
:\pl:eld I:i dlourilF hi ihe,
tr.e Short irippir,; -.a-r.n
h re .iteek. irom nori.
1;0 iaiit rtanulie- are par
; in ihe --%p-nniellt L': dc-
whther Hnti can casn it
nitr m ri rki for vEgetables
-FEE PRICES DOWN
main eponr sccountinr
'er cent of the nonee, she
foreign markets has beer
Deprf-esed coffee prices
nave hurt this rapndl\
cJunrr, Haitr now nas a
in ou about 1.0010 t11i
Simal.: a d c.fritcals a-
up cacao plantin gs Ap-
el., 0t i)0 cacdo plants
en Set out in U e last year
pi-Haijten The Egoal is 200
Cilate is made from the
the cacjo plant
jLniOn t- thE are a -')'jlh o0
of Cap-Hainien. a Lnirted
'i program i uindc.r ia,
rnri.:.tan \V'le', :It central
in meaturi.n plr..jecr pirtt
tr the Tennre ee V\'all-
in the Uni L d States nhas
ier d'.elopmrnt for se..it-
HarlT\ % Yo. iirctl-r t th.i:
car)n.,.mic Ban program In Haiti et.
imEnh I hlt tIh i.-niled SIaleWs has
,peni 67 1.10.01111 on prol,-'i :1s in Haiti
*. lar Ihe, bhsr .e.tr
PRIVATE PROJECTS BEGUN
There is al.) n--w ac ,tiilr, anr-ijn
pr. ate cnlpanres One of rhe iarg
.et pr:.]ecl s is that )o the .iest [n.
dia Piult and Steamnhip Cnmpani,
,.ruch is growing bananas on 1 50)
arres near Cap-Haten The com.
pan. plan; its ilst shipment Ao
bainnan in Mly :vor June alid it will
also grow Vi-termilon;
The Go'..rr'mrnt and private pro.
klarre ra't had a great inimpact on
hie in foe Cap-Haiiten area The
I.iruled State. a:d program. m h.ih
has been in effectI or about a \eai.
ha ca used ,)ms re-cl.Jtionar,,
The Ijni:d StaI&t program has
btn subjected to sharp errtirism
,o:.,eer. nm rhe matn Cap-Haiien
re.- 'paper It contends that mnili.nr
hae been spent but lrtle accom
plih in-l ihat .ill be of laung hben
rfi. paper ia., that l-cat [teirnis
hi., beqr ignored
Liruled Sat' onffbeials respond
Lh.r rei edtliur is apparentlJ rnioo .
ENTEk r.ANMENT PROGRAM...
Dine Wine Dance
EVERY NIGHT WITH A LOCAL, EXOTIC
4 PIECE BA,4ND FROM 7:00 TO 9:30 P.M.
Special! Special !
0T9ESDAY 7:00 TO 8:30 P.M.
GET TOGETHER PUNCH BOWL PARTY
'TIURSDAY 7:30 P.M. TO 1:30 A.M.
DANCING DINNER UNDER THE STARS ON
THE ROMANTIC ROOF-GARDEN
PIECE BAND STARRING
OUR YELOPHONIST MICHEL DEGROTTES
ATTRACTIVE AND DELICIOUS BUFFET AND A SHOW
SATURDAY 9:30 P.M. TO 3:30 A.M.
DANCING IN A REAL EXCITING ATMOSPHERE
THE GREATEST SHOW ON THE ISLAND!
GX60.S -- s .X,
igh U.S. Aid
3 In Economic Aid
ditd i pivrs.:,riai t.,- acrd Inat nti ers switch I i more piolitabie crnps
nas refused t n l Iet rnem slioI An iir.iO r feature of ihe lirnled :
hinm .liat i- telior done nhe ULruted StiaL~ aid program IL the building '.
Slates *.L.iCidias a', Ih.r are c on corf ee-?-a rnig [cilitieC Onily
' inred that man, new opporruni.Je its nbo 15 per clnr of the xKponred
are te.ng made as iab le to Hai i colde is AA.tli. \as\etid cobee ge-
ans nerall3 brings 50i per cent more
iUntedil rai-E econrinuce cud iilu- 'n L mie v.orld market." Mr Yoe
dt aliro hiuith and .luEcllon pro.- said
gi am alid Ih the b ldino ,i road; .:.
htlhnero nrnac-?csstle farm areas e
YOUiNG HAITLINS rI r GHI
Al4t-rt C Slaurigher, a Te n.
n. ads tried development prgranmi
rinar CapHaitien The pr.,gram is
calledd P.ite Cole. a Creole expres
sion meaning pull ligether An imr.
portanr phase .of the program ,r /
Lhal of i'3achin_. .,oii=ii people. who
are otgaruzed inro clubs Ne A
buildings are g:alng up to house J
these acdi\'lra and -a ishooIl oi sn i
tanohn has been bilt
Yiutng Haiitan arei tlun h..-
to raise, bhettr chickens iad ith-.
ire g.er., mtern, ... ii, PFarmers Cr QaretteO
are encouraged tli brine pCi 1-. tE r-
agniculrural tiaeoin iW seo ho'% thun\
cin te tartened Itrl.aug piorper CI AI d
The F.r I,l.: pro)u.:. ., ,n I JOSEPH NADAL & CO.
cludes land ,ci-ra.ince Ii help iarm. Distributor
THE PRODUCE OF FIRST QUALITY
AND THE LOWEST PRICES
This is what you can find at the Sales Office of the ODVA,
at the corner of the Rue du Centre and the Rue des Cesars.
Fresh Tomatoes U.S. No. 1 Grade A 0.25 a pound
Piments Doux variety 0.50 "
Rice Flour in one pound bags 0.35 "
Rice Flour in file pound bags 1.50 '
Rice Flour in ten pound bags 3 00 "
Blue Bonnet Rice Grade A in 100ltb sacks 52.50 a sack
Blue Bonnet Rice Grade B in 100hl sacks 42.50 "
Blue Bonnet Rice Grade C in 1001b sacks 29.00 '
Blue Bonnet Rice Grade D in 100th sacks 19.00 "
Blue Bonnet Rice Grade E in 1001b sacks 10.00 .
BUY PRODUCE OF FIRST CHOICE
BUY "BON MABRCHE"
AT THE 0 D VA SALES OFFICE
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER SERVICE
WEST 24th STREET
Only 3'4 Days direct to the center o Ne YShork
City modern Americn Flag Cruise ShiPs.
Cit .A "NCOMN CRISTOBAL
Sailings Mondays and Fridays
Rue PR IVATE II01"Ig
EVER,' 0l OCTSIDB wait paID BA S
Ahl-CONDITIONE DINwO SLLON
OUTDOOR TMcO SWI1bttNO POOL
O50 Lrs BA-GAEB ALLOWANCe
Ak about roend-trip ea-lir tickets.
Complete arcclrate "in oriOtion only prom
PA AMA STEAMSIP LI ..
Rue AbAlAn LOInl TelehOn 3062
llnday, MARCH 20th, 1960
SALESMAN OF THE
. While attending a recent Pan Am. sounded for Germain learned mat
`e'rican Airnays Cargo Sales Semin- he had be-en chjoen as the LAD
i:r. in Mhmal Port-auPincien, Latin American Di.'sioni Sales-
"C Chnsnan Germnnn wan called into man of the .ear 1953 and dn recog-
Dvise Di\sionaal S Marnager's off.- nation of his dynamic salesman-
"jic to learn of a;designatlon srup 'as to be granted a 'Round
'This desigrnandn 'as far [rom South Amerca" trip for two to-
'h.eing forbxlimg as it may haveigether with substantial expenses.
:Comprehensive Book Details
Sugar Cane Diseases
-'"Sugarcane and ilt Diseases" is
Elthe title of this second revised edi-
.tion and treatise on sugar cane and
:''!i associated diseases written b.
;Claiude W. Edeerton, Proie-:or Em.
.ertus and former Head of Depart-
.ment ot Botany, Bacienology, and
Plant katholog3 Louisiana State
'- C Pubulihed b. tiu Luisiana Slate
(:: .tiniers l Press 'Sugarcane- and
:ts Diseases" is in the main a re-
:: vison or lecntres. rev\ei-; abstr-
acts, class material and the publish
:':ed and unpubbstead r-Sulis of re-
searcn. prepared 0., and u'c d b
Sthe author while teaching a course
in sugarcane patLh.loc at Louisia.
-': na State Uruversith :..er a penod
i f'-. more than 20 ears
'. Forward ta o on. aiteis edioro
f ..slates that, "Su:h a tlsti- ha;
Seen needed in the past and should
: connue to be usful in tte turure
& MAJESTIC API
SITUAI'ED ON PE
S MAJESTIC AP
S AISO OFFIR
1) GALLERIES FISH
2) ART & CURIO SHO
not only to 'rudents but ai-so to
tecrnologists. sugar planters and
others intereslec in the sugar in.
Cristiari Germain has reached
this haghlight of his CUrer thIouPh
dhini of hard personal Or'.e and
initiati.ve and ne makes a fitting
contribution to our "Personalir of
the Week" column In a letter of
congralulaion to the Sale-man of
tri year, 1M J. Martinez, Dir.,son-
al Traffic and Sales Manager of
PAA sals this of Germain and
Sumr up his personalir:, "Chnrs.
nan Germtin Salei Promotion Re-
presentiove for Haiti. is shat could
be called a 24-hour salesman in
all conactis whether personal or
planned Si-Ls calls. lic is promoi-
Ine. aslang, inpiring or to con-
dense it all, selling me PA. pro-
"While it has been necesarr. to
menuon only briefly a -re-at deal "He sis.-maticall. aKr-eps abreast
Lsruch is dehfnately of mterest, it *:f the market by rev'iewini new-
Is oelie\-d there has been retained releases and local market ieponri.
me information. based on tne ecx. New' u tu.'.l-c opporru rie- ar-i
penince gained through many, hardl:. bmrn b-forie ne.- ra anili Ed
.\ars, ,hi.h is niicesi's and olf lnem rnd offered our -rticei for
miot imprTnarnce for an Lundertand. the irrpror.ement :if ihir busneP-
ing of sugrarcLir- aiseae problem. es and ours."
Whule in ihlh treatise the di(-eies
occurnng r, Louisiana hate lben Bo-rn r F.r au-Pnnc- GCrmain
stre-~ed, the important alformanon art-nded uin Si L:uos de Gonza
re-ardang the diseases i-f .ther u- "-:rchi and then I*en on r
coiuntr.es ias not tier. ornied To the Poi.technic Schoorl ..er. he
make it mor: useful, the bc.:,lk. r'"urther hu srtudie anda ocanie
journal arrcles and bulletins on a Civil Engineer. Then he conimnm
canm dais-a;e ha\e be.n \ealuate-d. enea dtrsehung [iiatis. Prosici and
and ri.-. important one. have been Chem-it at v.aou. school in the
sele,.:,d and cited in the nr,us i Cap Cptal Ci:. Ior a pft' od o! tlre
lislt o1 reierence .,ar
A~h~h- ~^4^4~.L.4~ 4.^^1
From iedccling Cerniman mor.ed to
tile .meri.nrn C.(.rnrruction Comp'
n,. mnar a1 perlormnne load and
irngoaton i, world here unarJr Pre-ild
rnt Stenio Virnent t\\th YG C i Vht
1 r ed engineer bi i --rkte lIor
iome rainm in Port de Pa'x and the
Er.-neeircnri ait.[titi-i .s -iae l i
.-i b:, Germain ahen ne Lre' rt
i[c scr,.ool reacrnig or a pir-i:d bt
.:,re i,,ung PAA in 1143 in the Op-
,:riion and Tratfic D., i':.r-.r badd
at the oid Eeaplahe landing sil*-d
. hre the Casino etirdn id rii.d,
Ci-rrr ain climb i trn I a d der
iitadiis ritn P.AA until r tdia,. ne
hold the position of Sales Promo-
tion Represenladte for Ham tor
t.iLh Cargi arnd passenger
FlRNIst HED HOLIUE
(l.une thru Seplember 1960(
located Nlorne Hertule Pelion
h bedrooms. hlingroom, dining
room. s inimingpool. g a r a a e
Christian Germain liar righli PAA Top Salesman of 1959
and our Personalirt of the Week. Here Germain distcuses
a billboard at a PAA Cargo Conlerente in Ul.imi.
WEEKLY ENTERTAINMIENI PROGRAM.
TUESDAY: 7:30pm. to Midnight CTeOle Buffet under
the Stars on the Terrace with excellent 'Dance Band.
At 9:30 pm.-Meringue Lessons by Lavinma Williams.
flEDNESDAY: 7 pmt. to 8:00 pm. Cm'plimentary get-
togerthr Punch-Bowl Party.
FRIDAY: 7:30pm.to lam.--Gala 'Dinner-Dance in Cocktail
Lounge. Shovt at 10:30 pm. No cover-charge.
EVERY NIGHT: 7:00 to 9:00 Cocktail 'Hour with native
Pan American's Chris
IN HAITI SHOP
LARGEST FREE PORT PRICE
AND MAHOGANY FACTORY
R ACROSS FROM NEW U.S. EMBASSY
P FISHERS ACROSS FROM CUSTOMS HOUSE
P TO 60 Per Cent ON IMPORTS
IUY HAITIAN HANDICRAFTS
EIGHT FROM THE FACTORY
ON THE RtUE DU QtUA!
EXPR. AND DINERS CLlUB ACCEPTED
PAGE 1 I
TY OF THE WEEK
During 1959 PAA commenced a stup was his encouragement to tra-'.-
big .Ll-es promotion im the Latin tel to various unaunal groups and
American Davision and a contest factions such as Italians and Syri-
'as set for the best salesman of ans and urging them to pay visit
the e-ar a title taken b3 Chris- to tieir homelands
tian Germain Utlh dynanue rnth-
usiasm he increased sales bh ap- Marned with fite children, Chris-
pealing to \anous poleniraj ra\el- lan Germain intends leading Haiti
lers in Hairu and b3 direct contacts in the second week .;f Aprl with
such as \isiting cities in the pro- lls wife and malang a tour, by
\vnces and selling the PAA product PAA of course, of a dozen Latin
and b. showing hilm One further Amencar coantrnes including, Bra-
example of Cermnains salesman zil. Argentna. Chile and Peru.
HAIT 1 SUN 's
- i -
AIR FRANCE JET S
(Continued from page 1)
Puerto Rico here Philippt spent
five years in the employ of Air
France. Philippe Jr nas already
started his educauon in Haiti and
is attending Sr. Marnil College
while his siat-r Diana is attending
school at St. Rose de Lima in La-
The dapper, mustached French-
man is bui- mn the Capital super.
vising the fniuhang touches to Air
France's nea offices, sled in a new
office building at the corner of the
Pavee and Rue du Centre opposite
Shasa. Ham's formost intenor de-
corator, Max Ewald naP been putt-
Swedish model and professional
dancer, Ulla Bntt Semel returned
to her home mi Mami this week
after spending seven days in Hatid.
Ulla enjoyed her visit to the ex-
tent that she intends returning to
this Island for a longer stay next
SThe Garricks. rno have been -i-
siting Hai regularly for the past
seven years returned to Detroit aft-
r spending a three weekss holiday
here; During tneir vis t they stay-
ed at the Marabou and stated tha'
this year's carnival was the best
that they have seen to date
Lovely Delta Airlines stewardess
Agnes Wanda Figura recently spent
five days at tie HorekRiPiera and
was hosted around by Tony Khaw-
Major Morns Maim frm m Coral
'. Gables spent carnival n Hain and
say d at the RiJiera. The major
plans to make another visit here
in the near future
David Knser, a seasoned migrat-
.or to this Island and the Last of
Many o[ his friends and relatives to
visit Haiti this season, together
with lovely Edith Aufero entertain-
'l ed friends at Le Perchoir last Sat-1
airday night with a lot of fun and4
a royal feast. Guests were Robert
: and Tamara Baussan and their mo-
.ther, Mrs. Bernardi, George and
.: lcheline Baussan. Rayrnonde Des-
champs, and Ai. Bet-), and Terry(
Nontas. Part, favours of ML chael
de Paris. beautifyers were passed<
around following the dinner.
,-- W T
SERVICE FOR HAITI? 'FREE Z'ONE' F-UK rLAilI
ing his intenor decoraLing kill in. Continued from page 1i) result? A vast increase in employ- available, and can be conditioned
t., making Ihe Airline"' office art- Pllan a the ans r to a ~ery ser- ment and income. revenue ior the for Free Zone actiltnes with a mn-
ractale and it is expected that he lous economic Situation through Nation, and a greater busing power imum arriount of uork and expend-
wul Lnisn his wo-rk at the end Al employment and a conmpleely newv lor the people. Tirs is tue picture iture 1 Air andl steamship tran-
this month source of wscome and revenue Ne'.\ of the econ.rniic \allue ot al- pro- spolrtion aiadlatle that can be in-
JET SERVICE busmineiess hare bL'e created ith. ject. creased to meet any demands so
Within the nret six months Air .n the Republic and old establish- qured.
France, "the iorld's largest air- ed businesses nase increased and esahe lon Fre. e Z, te usua react r..,
line.' hopes to inaugurate in Hait, de helpedd accordingly. ei abgentrlr in eiii the usaen react n'ttrm the following Ceek the
a jet service from Miami to Port. Visualize the Zone if ,ou o lN i ol io genera in e,.loi: corhn re C lu b international de Commerce
au Pnnce, Puerto Rico, Guadelou- after lhaening to tne iacts and fig oluontiar can ge are considered sall present. through the proper
pr. across the Atlaniuc t Lisbon urs so presented, surely you can Eep and armchair C canel an offciai and comprehend.
and then to Fans Initial aim bi -:ee that eery business is affected. \wet plentlrl and mann ab dinc S .e report to the Government of
Air France is to u.se Caravelle air. by its activiotes directly or mndir son endd if it cannot rea do o ur Free Zone sudy with opinions.
crar the medium range et ectly. her" or We are not readm or and recommendations based on con.
h,ch has rapidly made a poplar Beginning aith architects. enin. This eill surely nurt m bupins clusion arrived at by the Execut-
name for t-ell since it started fI,.- eers, construction men, laborers, e" tc regardless the s pepl ie Commttee of the Club.
ing last April. trucks, equipment etc. plus local ahead, an the sare people
materials required and used in ar probably now the Free Zone' 'In closing ma3 i state that each
It is Air Fiance'e hope that tie building the initial buildings. biggest bouisers. and every member of he Comm-
Caravelle aill be able. o "fit-into' streets utilih and sanitary sewers What about Haiti? ell let us teet that made the survey m Pan.
ite Capital Citys airport. Boaen as required. and the same work m. consider lour basic and important a-ma ere extremely interested arid
Field 1 it does not then Philippe \olved on the subsequent buildings raeIors- l The geograpnical locia. sincerely impressed with the 'Col-
Leguichard suggests. "We can al the basic pattern is realized As ion of Hait is withoul question one on Free Zone" and its apparent ef-
Aays attach a parachute to the tail business is developed banks and in of the finest to be found anywhere fect on the economy. and, can re-
of the Caraveile to reduce its land. surance companies are affected. for the purpose of servicing inter, commend further serious action m
Ing length or enlarge the run- trucking concerns appear, railroads, national commerce ihiough Free the development of a similar type
.a\ 'iteamnship. and airlines [eel the im. Zone actconr. 21 We naoe an abun. oif Zon In Haiti
pact the \anous goterniental dep- dant supply of lw cost labor, cler-
In the meantime ,ith the nea artments become a factor. Iocal cal. failed, serm-skilled and lab- PersonalU.. feel that such a
Air France office here, Leguicnard manufacturers and merchants real. ourers. Labor difficulnes are prac. protect cannot possible fa il and
says that it is the Company's in- ize heavy progress plus the man:, callyv non-eustani 31 Land in an could be concluded for the future-
tenton to help the local travel ag. other industres and service organ ideal loc-,rion. seemlngly tailor benerfir f thi- nation and is peop-
ens smooth out booking arrange- izaiorns benefiting Indirectly in a made ior Free Z..ne operation is le."
ments ol Air France passengers stepped up market What is the
They intend to adverse travel T itU
Air France, especially the rut OR RE mln dr Da TO
on t Epe via York Six large rooms newly built wtn W AY TO .BU
Philippe Leguichard sa:,s that the aiung room and bathrooms '
idJal mp Uill ultimately be a 6 Ideal for business offces. or com. i "
ana a hall hour flignt b Air Fran. paruss, also for ho separate ate I
ce rom New York to Paris and artrnens
return to Port-au-Prince via Lisoon. Address No. 19 Chemin des
Guadeloupe and Puerto Rico Dalles or Phone W 2. ui W Sri itc prni!l I la ki
SIF YOU WANT THE ON STATE E
'PAR EXCELLENCE' ST ATES
IN SERVICE, (CL SINE AND
ATMOSPHERE THEN .
ACCEPT THE WARM
WELLCOME AWAITING NO LUGGG .. :
YOU AT THE G
uev NO OVERWEIGHT
ONLY A FEFW
TOWN 'IN T
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Caledonian Insurance Co.
FOUNDED IN 1805 AND INCORPORATED BY ACT OF
THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT
RONY CHLIEE AAD SONS
AGENTS FOR HAI TI
a 15 AVE MARIE-JEANNE
CITE DUMARSAIS ESTIME
NO.CUSTOMS PROBLEMS -
FOR YEARS NOW TOURISTS IAVE BEEN PKtAG D WITM :
CARTING LIQUOR THEY' HAVE PURCHASED, with over-
weght charges, with customs,problems. I eae fell
swoop La Belle Creole has made it possible to have
liquor purchased abroad, particularly in Haiti, delivered
to your home, in most cases at prices cheaper thanyo
can bring it through, accompanied by all your other
Ifrre's rwlhnl 3 on Srire
ON A CARTON OF FIVE BOTTLES .
N.T. .Del. aw N.Y. Your
lPrie wa rrhooa t"'*M"
I. Bcll's Special Reserve *hlisky $32.20 $t3;50 $16.5
2. Hanky Bannister Finest .
Scotch Whisky 2990 1350 1.50
3 J. & B. Rare Scotch Whisky 33.00 13.50 '16.0
4. Ballantines Scotch Whisky 12.35 1350 16.50
5. Oueen Anne Scotch Whisky 31.45 1350 16.50 -
6. Gilbey's Spey Royal Whisky 31.?5 1350 16S0'
S. Black & White Scotch Whisky 32.00 1350 1 16.50. -
S8 John lameson *** Irish Whisky 2990 1350 6.5B
9 Canadian Club Whisky 31.50 19.50 .-250,
1`L Beefeater Gm 2845 1.50 ;14.i
L..Cherry Heering 44.5 -.21.5 0 20
12. Orambuie 4600 .00 .
ill Harvey' Bistol Creaml-Sherry '93:.55, l.
Sunday, MARCH 2th, 1960.
Sunday, MARCH 20th, 1960o ,
1 S "r
~^~~lb -d ~nM-UA~~VI
ufnday, MARCH 20th, 1960
F .auteUil 60 lowered tme boom on "Monsieur Mazure" played bc the
.ean Gosselln company at the Rex Theatre Monday night Chair SLtrt
t under the title "a night los" in Le Matin called it everything from a
Imdiocre interpretation to a piece insupportablee" b3 its sulgantr and
,'*a nalserle". Those who missed the play and read the critic hope Gos.
Sselin will repeat.. American Coast to CoasI TV viewers according to
enevieve and Eva Gabor on the Jack Paar show were safer holdaying
in Hoboken than either Haiti or Nassau. Gener-iee gave a blood curdling
description of a chicken voodoo sacrfice m Port-au-Prince while Esa
he following-night told hw. she nearly. succumbed to water pioisuning
in Nassau. Other viewerss say Dave & Wally Talamas got a good plug as
-ell as Hait The remarkable 71-3ear-old Madame Elizabeth Mah) ol
Paoot whose pupils hase scored successes throughout the smlning Vo.rld
is, presenting some of her two dozen pupils oer Tele.Halti. Soprano Ni.
tole St. Victor was near and seen over channel fle Tuecdas night .
Some 00 Haiansr are estimated studying German The German Inilllutle
Sat St. Louis Roi de France has some ro hundred students The com-
nittee to welcome new British Ambassador Smith dclnt nate a chance
from the start His Exselency. aihae-haired atid goo1d numoreo an'm.ed
at the Embassy residence by Taxi dunng Carnival. beating tn cable
: s.;. patched from Kingston announcing mis arrival by nalf a da. An
" enthusiastic brd-n.archer. Ambassador Smith has alrtad3 cimbed to
S-the Citadelle and discoired a rare species of bird iA;grterti in the
S Artibonile \alle3 The Casino is being di-ided bet-een ti Riviera
Sand Harry S. Truman establishment... Marie Florence Roy is recr.-
Sing orchids for her excellent selling of "KEROSENE SOLEIL" o\vr
Tele-Haiti... Mr. St. Victor JunBaphsle is no,. Ambassador to Liberia.
He presented his "Lettrrs de Creance" to Presidenl rubman thit past
v eek Le Nouuellste publisher MIax Chauetl is atnriding the serm-
S annual meeting of the InerAmnerican Press A sn. committee meeting
in Monlego Bay Jamaiaca
Armand's hand voiten Haitian cotton shins are now a flaonit- with
d A ii
tUurists SellinL at J. at l eluI. t ruole... Jay n, ur an L a eun
Carrizo behind the planning of 12 nllions trees in Chdie are now on ilti
watershed protection project of Pebire. Dam. They hav.e a six million
tree goal in 1 ears foir Haii Ceramis Ti Ga Garoule is rep.:.nsthl,
for the cohl-rful o\ergiize mural on the Place Gettrard auto parK Ii.,
the first of its kind in Hain Mr. Jules Blauchet. director of tie Sup
erior Court of Accounts is fling to Panama where he nas been invested
.o give a series oi flure lecturers..
roarisi gift shops will :ta. open today, -tilh trh e cnt, into P..rt of
Jour cruisesnrps $S Vicloria, Nleuw Amsterdam and Bianca arid Ya
mouth Castle... Tne Oloffson show "Oui Cherie" has ended its re-
cord winter run The mad to, Freres aid the Military Academy i oner
aga in a bad state of repair A recent rain wsised .:,l.u a hridg, of
Ihis mad which according to Le Nourelliste is of great importance both
h'"snnnmim..a al ..rarailnna" ]aTnn' ihinllIpr icr, n if r. Mluriel Shind-
SISSA GIFT SHOP
BRINGS COLOR TO RUE DLU QUAI
The large nem 'cand.-striped"
iSSA Gift Shop on die Rue du Quai
ha% scheduled today 3 as opening
da3 The impressive facade stands
out in a tvo storey blaze of not
unsatractite color and will be east
I, signted Crom the cruseships, I
oir hich are due today for the op-
ISA s cispla. sheiJes and count-
ers are to be stocked with a wide
ranety of quality goods and the
store will specialie in the better
paintings and sculptures including
sculpture work by Odilon Charles.
Joubert du Perner, Roger Fran'
cois and Andre Dimanche
Amongst the artists contributing
paintings to the g r shop'- displa.
4-iI be J Eneueraind CGurgue.
Di-udcnne Cedor. Luckner Lazird,
Villard Denis. Nehernn Jean. Jac-
ques Gabriel and others
Apar t rom a comprehen-ine
range of sculpture and paintings
ISSA will feature a large range of
aorld wide imported arclee riclud.
ing Siss" aalcrn-E b:, Omega. Pat
ek. Philip. NIrada and Ju.enia
There tiii also be a ..-ide \riet;
o!f liquor, Cr3 ;i and silter Ware.
Cntnet d'Hauti jecelr,. Siial shoe;
and bars. Handeocen matenals
and rugs b:. Aumrond. t..gerrier i.ilh
Mahocan;. ware Pantalcraft and
N.Y. ON ANCON
Tne SS "Ancon" cI te.- Panima
Lin e i1l rnr i: fitm New York
at 'i 00 a m., March 21.i1 1i0
On t ard are a total of passeng
eri of I cruhc the folluaxing 2: .1l
odiemtirl. at Part-au-Prnnce
MNs Miireli Barre.. Mrs Crar-
les B[Sicom Miss lManr Euzabetr.
Baccni ilri Bertinha ei rinc
iMr and Mrs Ararnd Oreitus .
Ilr and Mrs. Frani B Gardner.
Lr and NMrr Dr KLrt Leubuscner.
Mri Herbert Lppius. Mr- Chris
tne Louis, iMr and [r., WL'uiiar
blendcl. Mr. and Mrs Dr Alh S
miller lNis- Mao eline- Ctsuch it.- _
Estier Roth., Mr and fMr-: L-or.
ird R ouse Mr and Mrs Willam
G Rouse Mrl L.onelle Singer &
dluuriitlr inOnir.s. MNr and Mrs
DISCOVER THE FASCINATION
Through Its Postage Stamps
For complete information in Haiti
Stamps and other details which will be
'furnished you free of charge, write to
P.O. Box 723 PORT-AU-PRINCE
GIVE YOUR ROOMS THE
FRESH NEW .r*
a i TWICE as EAS
no TWICE s FAST
Si i TWICE as BEAUTY FTL
aPPLIED rTE NEW ROLLERiKOkR ER WA
JOSEPH NADAL Agents
ler oi El Rancho hotel is hc-ad(ng for Japan and hrl An,inrcan i.ihlt1.- e r.:, Slar N li" I HAT -i A IS A VVEDNESDAY NIGHT SPENT
3 chi-l'rin 11. tri i-ars, irt-
sen-ice. La Buelle Nazon is joining Lalue with Delmas. The P.H. Dept B'rBiar.S SM1k -. Lt 'rc. : Tio.jT AT THE
is blazing the new road and wil top it with aipnalt sir .
B a Bacoulou Clu b
-IN CAP-HAITIEN THE RENDEZ-VOUS IS AT 'SO EXCITINGLY DIFFERENT? FOUR WORDS
Hostellerie Du Roi Christophe OUS BULOU
ED -VOODOO DANCERS
COMPLETELY AND RECENTLY RENOVATED T T O O BY
BUT THAT FS NOT ALL THAT IS OFFERED BY
NNEW MONIUTIENTAL ENTRANCE AND NEW RECEPTION OFFICE
K s4' THE BACOULOU X
SAir conditioned rooms with private baths and hot water ,FEATUrRED ITEM ON THE MENU IPS THE STEAK
AIR CONDITIONED BAR DINNERS DELICIOUS
'I FILTERED WATER POOL WITH OUTSIDE BAR. AND ON SUNDAY NIGHTS
Large Tropical Garden With Parking FUrRTHER ENTERTAINMENT
TOP QUALITY FRENCH CUISINE THE
i EVENING DANCE EV'RY SATURDAY A POPLrAR MIXED CHOIR AT 11 P.M
TITHI THE FAMIOUS JAZZ +BACOULOU is located at Petionville on the Square.
^^<^ ^^>^^ (^^^>^^^^<^ ^^^^ ^^^>^^^ >
PAGE 15 :':
COMMERCIAL BULLETIN PUT OUT '4
BY BRITISH EMBASSY
Of interest to Haitian Importers ure nd exporters Uno have ap-
is the frequent pubbcation of the prosched the Embassy for help in
Brinsh Embassy in Port-au-Prince elBablLning business contacts In
trled, 'Commercial Bulletin" Hait
Issued at frequent intervals by In mans cases fuller informadon .,
the Commercial Section of the Bri. is available and the British Embas-
rish Embassy, tue "Commerctials states that it will gladly supply
Bulletin" contains principallJ theTon request any available details.
names and brief particulars of the Interested persons are asked to te-
goods offered by British manufact- lephone 3435
Artibonite Dismissal- Strife
(Continued from page I)
mro Rimpel at the t Arhboruie V.'-.
lcy on the 5th of March. At that
time there is said to hs'.e been
some bintton between the Ament.
an Consultant to the Administrator
of the project. Mr Nornan Ward
and Minister Philippeaux.
LnsisDng that it is a matter of
principle and not personalotes is
Hanr' 'oe. the Head of the Econ.
omic Aid Program. The Hainan
Government signed a omi aTreei
ment with hie Loan Fund, agrlirng
to personal policies and practices
to provide ODV'A oith a competent
and experienced. stable corps of
technical and adnunistranue emp-
loyees selected for personal com.
petence and mliegrity
rild position as Publi;c W,,rk; iin.
rilir Rili-p l ias selizd and lad-
ed. r ing later ieleai.d on October
21lt 1'5ai Inlhi.ut an, charge b.-
r.g prterrrid aran l rhim lrinng
On Frnda. uo thii 'ieK % : G.y
ernmenl spokesman said that FPiln
pel :l' arrest-im-d prinding an ir,..,:t.
g.at.ion into irIrut aritie-. said ht,
exi]S in his Depaitmni. hoe,.ter.
the itiestjgalo'n absi.jled him oi
guilt and he As; rL-ed Nothinrg has
ever been pubtiij'hd here concern
ang the MrintAgaton
The Go, rnmEnt r coIlI cr- puriteii
out mLat for the palt four moIuths
Rimpi-l rhs b.en working for Ithe
Americ-n liirt-:nat,)nal Eng'ini. r-
inm C.,npan. h1i,.n I: onhracled
toj ,mplement the Artibondie irnga.
rIl.n u.Lrrk innoan l .rti thI Dr. rl1.
.'i.ed ren ti, ue- D.telopmnt Loan
Fund, i liruted Siates Gc.iInrTaient
einc:, tilh sortnr lending polh
i.IC. agreed to a loan to crmpl-le
tni program thai lhas I again.
The .-I 00.(iiU loarn could ht e
paid rotl diiditiial irrigation can
al citturrurtcun and caral gaits and
up until rnoi it s eistuiated thai
not mote thin abu..ut itree to) ftor
liundrc thousand dollars of the
luan na\i been diiburseid.
Thise inliabl disbultements Vere
for engineenng plans for tr.e net
canal construction nou the pro-
Jtct come to 3 nalt just vhen the
atlual construction %as about to
hegin Under the old E\ipor-limport
Bank loan. aeb:ut 35.000 acres were
Followmin a Cabitie "lhufle in opmlni Loan Fund Rimpel's ap- irrgated and the area continue. in
June of '5S. pror to which lie had poinninent t to trat of lop en operation with a million dollar an.
er-ietr controling thti company's nual appropnanon from the Hainan
'..rK in thi Artbhorite Go. -rnment hut. the new con-
LA PHALANGE Rmpel has not r-es&tTed nfrom t.n ad acreao 25 o
CELEBRATES ITS r"s ne" p"tion but because of RIGHT. BY IAW:
21st ANNIVERSARY the prei nt dlterences ni is bte Gerard Phlippeaux contends. ac.
N VE SARY v to e imnine n Port-au. cornt, to Anlencan of-als. that
Prince No reasons explar t arlon HaJtU ha the oight b la t hir n
The Catr.,lic daili nen paper, La ha'.- br-ien eien for Nijrholas SI anu hat phe nsrt n \the At broi
Phalange ifour.dd bt Mrm Irrsepn Laurent's dismissal n t ptr-onnei bt the Arnbortle
Le Gouaze. former Arch-B~shop of The Artibonmle 'allc, pr.ogram. a e
Port-au-Princee celebrated tis 21nt TVA hlk development, b~eged
anniversary on Frida5. March IS down atter the fau of Preident
La Phalange. equiped wath mod- Paul [Maaloue %hen the E.ap.:r-fm- LETHAL POWERED...
ern printing machinery and with port Bark became dissausfi-d with
good lay-out, .s one of the largest the manage mmnt ant reflusid tI (Continued from page I
irculatirng daily throughout Haio advance any more lands The Ex- Scotch and Bourbon off tne Island
To Mgr. Le Couaze, who has rr- port-lmport edak bad authorized a -ine are reported to have made a
gently been hospitalized, Dirertor ? million dollar loan ifr a high probt of $50,000 each on tne loot.
Franek E. St Victor at present dam and for canal construction IJme Caplaun Jac Doss is at Mona
tourig the U.S on a State Depart. dam waz rudlt but the bank stopp- Island now because there are sup
meant invitation, and their elianor- ed further loan adrices after hav- posed to be at least 150.100 more
atlro the 'iHa'i Sun' wshes it3 lng acJanced about 25 million dol- cases of whiske; there tn caves -
coanfer- continued success in the lars.l dnamted by Revenue Agents in
t e. Then in l5i thep project .as re- the early 3r's it\rle he is on the
Island Doss tuil go looking for
buried pirate treasury' Both Sir
H nr-v Moigan and Captain Kidd
used the island in their ime and
SMorgan is supposed to have buried
r l r- al k~infas o r rencn perfumes
S visit Haiti's Smartest Indian stone
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LANVIN NINA RICCI
SUHERE THE LOWEIT PRICE, I THE OMYV.PiCr C
FOR EVERY OCCASION
Doss' big dream thou
Ihe Spani-h treasure li
in a storm off Haiti
iOIs. 'Two of the gi
raised some I0 years
the use of crude divil
the lake ,a- roughly
pounds sterling. The
and levels still aboard
neet should run about
Along with its advent
das dream nas danger
' hill he tr as raising
iunKen itreghter of C
E-ital. th. cr'-A of atnoa
emptcd ito board and
A i[v rounds of
rtie fire ere ecnani
hi]ackers beat a hat\,
no, nha the formidal
gun mounrtie on hJi
iead.' b reId 3zia '
tbebkn and heit of
gh is to find
eet that sank
in the earlT
sa% that there is a clauSe in ine :pnnr on agrnculural developtmer'
loan controet requ.nng mutual c.,n in the irtihbolite As of nom say':.
sent oin pcrsonnei polcles, and there AImerican officials. that develop i.-.1,
tit, mailer resls. nli.- program is to be continued':- .
Ii S o bdCiaJ. nopini to a'oid the An inquir., "as made by a c-omn.-
qu-staiirn o national i.ereignrt.. nislfiif of Deputies into tie act
take tLe po-mlin thai the Linied cries of ODVA early last montlw.
Srites is simple. the Danker ili Ltr and the commission's recently, pa.- '
op-rantin and that nr ha- r-. insit bt-hed report states that an importG-k
on carrying out iliI contract as inat intunt of money was.bein':'
.rniten. spent in the midst of -general as..
So far remaining unatlel.ird is tn-it' and that in short, the Deplit-
the neariIs $7,01,.i.0u0i in economic ea- ,'ere not impressed by I Ae" -"'
aid the U.S is pronding through tnconite protect. (The- prjeo t wva
Point Four and other grants this started 10 years ago by President-
%ear Some of that money is being Dumarsais Estme i
IN HAITI THIS WEEK
(Continued trom page S ."..
Ereculive o a Public Relanons Firm m Los Angeles, Californiai-4;
Helen Naufmain. announced the arnmal of too friends today onboari&--'f
the SS Nieutw Amsterdam Mi and Mrs MaLura Berck. The' ertk's.'
will be here for a short eight hour visit.
Also are guests here. Dr. Seymour Brockman and his lovely wife ;.
Slnvia trom Los Angeles, California Dr. Brockman is an OthoLro.
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later, with D.eise and. Sh;rts madeonorder
g gear and nd deloer-ed ;n 24 house .
one miltlone p he Ii1 ie
gold, silder shilo e gi e .
iead from a
ape Carna.. -
her noat art 1 W .
I hiek ni
You know 3
and the t's a really fine .
hgh.po e er, d.,
retreat. Do O Scotch when it's
tug aid is JOHNNIE
s in the Car-
i sony claim WALKER
Born i L2o-till going strong
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Sunday, MARCH O0th,'i:
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