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iz'U.S.S. Providence, recommissioned in September lAt. year after
on td a;..Guded Missile' Light Cruiser. Providence is the third
iavy-ihip to be so nained..and is expected to call in Port on April
here til April 3rd.
WILL VISIT PORT APRIL 1-3 -
e Ui.S.S. Providence (CLG.6), The third,.-and present Pro
iht cruiser converted to carry ence was originally built as a
ed misilles was recommission- cruiser (CL-82) by. the Bethle
iy the U.S. Navy on September Steel Co., of Quincy, Mass.,
1959 .and carrying a 'ships corn- keel was laid on July 27th,
[enti of. 78 officers and 1048 en- and she launched on Deceinmber
..men will call at, Port-au- 1944, '
ice from .the 'first to the third Providence was placed in cor
-. mission at the Boston Naval S
&idence, named after the Cap-
.Ci'ty of Rhode Island, is the
iUS..Navy ship to be so nam-
he first Providence was pur-
-d by the Marine Committee
,the' U.S. Continental Navy in
s ern 1775, carried 12 guns and
bgused herself in naVal enga-
nts" until meeting .her end in
dtrd in the line of ships carry-
hename Providence was. a
e of 28 guns launched in May
i P evidence, R.I. She serv-
gship for Comodore Abra-
"Whipple the sailor who
great name for himself in
ittles against the English
S-B :-. ;; -. -
e ,. '- ,,
May ,Day Fair.
tration o p e n s tomorrow,
S28th, at 'the Hotel de Ville
.se whb wish to participate
f-MayDay Fair which is
ffathe Slogan, "Encourage the
.effort and purchase Natio-
Li. communique dated March
e "Department of Labor and
Iyelfare advised members of
Businessmen, and Artis-
.i.the -public in general that
I'Industrial and- Artisan Ex-
:isfts to ,organized and open-
Afirst of IMay, on the Na-
eehbration of Work and Ag-
The fair will be held on
mnds of Cite Dumarsais Es-
.-tomorrow, a bureau will
in the City Hall to give
Blic information concern-
ir and this. bureau, from
'on, will also be used as
'for articles for the fair.
yard -in May of 1945, and was too
late to participate extensively in
World War II. In 1945 she served
.. (Continued on page 16)
A farmer was killed instantly
while working in his Jdecmel gar-
den on Monday this week when
a neighbor, working his garden
higher up the slope, loosened ,a
large boulder which rolled down
the incline striking and kill-
ing outright farmer Guinin St.
Storms Hit Haiti
Leave Death And
Tragedy InTheir Wake.
.This past week has been one of
.tragedies throughout, the Republic
together with stormy weather-whi-
ch over the past few days has lash-
ed the country- with heavy rains
and high .winds.
Although a full estimate of dam-
age and .loss of life wrought by the
weather is not fully known, several
Reports were brought to the office
of the "Haiti Sun" this week by
farmers and peasants of the various
areas in which the following fptal-
ities have occurred:
At approximately 5pm on Tues-
day the J.C.D., a Haitian coastal
sailing vessel, ran into 'a -severe
storm and sank off "Grosse Pointe"
some 20 miles off the coast of
La Gonave. Seven of the ship's 8
passengers were drowned while the
J.C.D.'s Captain, M.,Lexius Andre,
four crew members and the re-
maining passenger,.a woman, Ede-
line Desir, managed tO swim to the
coast, and were saved..
Five educators discussed "Second-
ary Education and the Develop-
ment of Youth Today" before an
audience of some 100 Haitian teach-
ers Friday evening .at the Haitian-
American Institute's Abraham Lin-
Miss Marjorie Breunig, teaching
in Haiti under a State Department
Grant, described the -American sec-
.ondary school system and said the
educator's task is "to work for the
formation of free citizens capable
of working together for the liber-
(Continued on page 4)
On Wednesday evening two farm
ers, residents of L'Asile, were
drowned in the Riviere du Serpent
They were Messrs. Gerdieu and
Thomas; both men were buried in
Reports have come to the Capit
al that five people have been
drowned ini-the Artibonite Valley
area during.this week. These rep-
orts have not been.possible to sub
stantiate to date but a visit to the
Artibonite this week disclosed ,that
(Continued on page 161)
The 18th Decennial Census, the
largest population count eder under
taken by the United States, is plan
ned to commence on Friday, April
1, 1960, the American Embassy.
Port-au-Prince, has -'stated.
The count will compile statistic-
al data on an estimated 180,000,000
American living in 50 states and
other countries., American citizens
residing in Haiti are urged to. obt-
ain census forms from the Consul
ar Section, American Embassy
Port-au-Prince, in time to complete
them on,, or as soon as possible
after April 1st.
'Commenting on the census, Ame
rican Ambassador Gerald A. Drew
stated "This is the first time the
Census Bureau has attempted to
include such a comprehensive surv
ey of Americans overseas in the
general census and I urge all Arn-
erican citizens living in Haiti to
cooperate in making it a success."
Census forms, available at the
Embassy, are self-explanatory, and
should be' returned to the Consular
Section upon completion. The Emb-
assy will then. forward the inopen
(Continued on pare 161
Pope's Gift To Haiti
1880 Epidemic ; v
More than 5,000 faithful repres-
enting parishes of Port-au-Prince '
and Petionville joined in a pious
procession on Thursday afternoon
organized by the Roman Catholic
Church to carry. In solemnity to
the Basilique Notre Dame au Sanc-
tuaire Notre Dame du Perpetuel
Secours, at Bel-Air, a giant church
candle, offered as a gift by his
Holiness Pope John XXIII as a sign
of affection and to signify his int-
erest in Haiti.
It was 80 years ago (on March
24 of the year 1880) that a vast and
terrible epidemic of small pox rav- SOME OF THE 5,000 faithful who on Thursday of last week wended
ished the population' and the fam-
ilies of Port-au-Prince. At that time their way to the BasiliquIe Notre Dame at Bel-Air carrying a giant
(Continued on page 13) church candle offered to Haiti as a gift from his Holiness Pope John XXIII.
BUSY HARVESTING TOMATOES
is this peasant girl in the Artibon-
ite Valley. The crops, grovn by
peasant farmers under the admin-
istration of ODVA, are currently
being sold on the U.S. market.
creasingly salty desert dotted with
cactus and mesquite were trans-
posed by way of irrigation and
drainage canals into verdant soil -
giving a fertile upsurge to the area
and its 102,000 inhabitants.
Main canals winding through 93
miles of the 4rtibonite plain, 12
miles of secondary canals and 125
miles of drainage canalways com-
bined with 300 structures, bridges,
culverts, gates, inverted spilways
etc., plus 93 miles of reading, all
contributed to the Valley's chang-
ing face as did the 120-foot-high
Peligre Dam which although still
without the means of producing el-
(Continued on page 2)
XnI SUNDAY, MAROH 27TH, 1960 Port-au-Pr since. HAITI No. 37 Avenue Marie-Jeanne CITE D
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UMARSAI ESTIME No. 20
D' rops ''
Despite a U.S. "suspension" of
disbursements from *-the 4,300,000
dollar loan fund for the completion
S of irrigational development in&th '
Artibonite Valley, work continued -
this week on the ODVA controlled
project at a curtailed rate. '
In October, 1958, the Governmient,-
formed ODVA (Artibonite yA' V.*.
Development Organization) resumn ,
ed its construction work in theAr- .-'
tibonite Valley near -Trois Bornes
after a year's inactipn and follow-.-.
ing reinstatement by President FfaiV -
Transformation of the Artiboi's
then barren face wap started'sobe -
10 years ago under President Du-
marsais Estime and up until" its
ceasation early in 1957,. foUowin.
the overthrow of the Magloire. r 'e-'
gime) some 35,000 .acres of i '.,
do- rla udfrte opein': :
SUNDAY, MARCH 2 1;
SUNDAY, MARCH ..7 iSQSi
Lundi 28 MARS 1960
6:00 pm.-Mire Tele-Haiti Mu-
7:00 pm.-Presentation du Pro-
gramme de" la 'soireee
7:P3 pm.-Bulletin Meteorologique
7:06 pm.-Album Tele-Haiti (Do-
7:30 pm.-Heure Enfantine: Kid
7:45 pg.-Telenouvelles (lere edi-
tion du solr) Revue
dq I'actualite internatio-
nale et national de la
8:00 pm.-I SPY (13e episode):-
THE FOUR (Version an-
glaise) Serie consa-
cree aux palpitantes af-
faires d'espionnage dans
le mode, que Raymond
Massey tient a fire re-
vivre sur le petit ecran,
chaque lundi soir.
8:30 pm.-"L es Petites Histoires
. : de notre Histoire" -U-
ne emission original
patronnee par la Mai-
S son Charles Dejean &
Co., presented par Max
..' 8:45 pm.-Revue de I'ndustrie -
-.. '.Un, compte-rendu hebdo-
madaire des plus re-
c e n t-9 developments
S de l'Industrie et du'Com-
Smerce aux Etats-Unis.
.:00,pm.-Telenouvelles (2eme edi-
: '.tion) -,Resume des
principles et dernieres
S, nouvelles du jour.
S :05 pm.-Telecinema
i:. .'10:00 pm.-Fin. Hymne National.
Mardi 29 MARS 1960
tio,. :ipm.-Mire Tele-Haiti Mu-
r:' sique (Disques)
7:00 pm.-Presentation du Pro-
gramme de la soireee
1:03 pm.-Bulletin Meteorologique.
7: 06 pm.-'Ligue centre ie Ca n-
': cer" Presentation du
'-.. -'Dr. Chevallier
S" 7:-pm.- Heure Enfantine
.. 7 .;45 p..-Telenouveles (lere edi-
'i'- tion du soir) Revue
S' de l'actualite jnternatio-
S. .nale et national de la,
j : : ournee.
SO- pm.-Programme di la West-
inghouse: Captain Grief:
8:30.pm.-Foreign Intrigue "Sen-
tence de Prison"
I -9:00 pm.-Telenollveles (2eme edi-
S tion) Resume des
Sprincipales et dernieres
." nouvelles du jour.
t' 9:05 pm.-Telecinema
S 10:00 pm.-Fin Hymne National.
.. Mercredi 30 MARS 1960
6:00 pm.-Mire Tele-Haiti Mu-
7:00 pm.-Presentation d u P r o-
Sgramme de la soireee
'i-7;03 pm.-Bulletin Meteorologique
7:06 pm.-Album Tele-Haiti .(D o-
7:30 pm.-Heure Enfantine'
7:45 pm.-Telenouvelles (lere edi-
Stion du soir) Revue
.' de I'actualite internatio-
nale et national de la
8:009 pm.-Show de la Westing-
.house: Cow Boys "Six
.-' 9:05 pm.-Telecinema
10:00 pm.-Fin Hymne National.
S:.. eudi 31 MARS 1960
S 00 pm.-Mire Tele-Haiti Mu-
O. -, sique (Disques)
I -7;00 pr.-Presentation d u P r o -
1 grammee de la soireee
:!' 3 pm.-Bulletin Meteorologique
:;. ;,.:p.m.-Album Tele-Haiti (D o -
pm.-Telenouvelles (lere edi-
tion du soir) Revue
de I'actualite internatio-
nale et national de la
8:00 pm.-Faubourgs de Paris: -
(12eme episode) "L'ota-
ge" Serie consacree
aux drames policiers de
"la grande villeavec les
talents de Lots. Jour-
dan et de Claude Dau-
.8:30 pm.-Le program m e hebdo-
madaire de la Maison
Lelio Bailly, a v e c le
Virtuose incompara b l e
du violon: Florian Za-
9:00 pm.-Telenouvelles (2eme edi-
tion) Resume des
principles e t dernieres
nouvelles du jour.
10:00 pm.-Fin Hymne National.
Vendredi ler AVRIL 1960
6:00 pm.-Mire Tele-Haiti Mu-
7:00 pm.-Presentation du Pro-
gramme de la soireee
7:03 pm,-Bulletin Meteorologique
7:06 pm.-Progra mm e Hebdoma-
daire de l'Education Na-
7:21 pm,-Heure Enfantine
7:45 pm.-Telenouvelles (lere edi-
tion dq, soir) Revue
de il'actialite internatio-
nale et national de )a
8:00 pm.-Travelogues:* "Visa g e s
8:15 pm.-"Pour vous Mesdames"
Recettes de cuisine et
8:30 pm.-Program m e Hebdoma-
daire de la Ford Motor
Co. lere parties A-
.ventures de Robin des
Bois: "Le Jongleur" -
2eme partie- "Minutes
Agreables" en compa-
gnie du chanteur de
charme Frankie Laine
et ses invites.
9:30 pm.-Telenouvelles (2eme edi-
tion) Resume des
principles e t dernieres
nouvelles du jour.
10:00 pm.-Fin Hymne National.
Samedi 2 AVRIL 1960
6:00 pm.-Mire Tele-Haiti Mu-
7:00 pm.-Presentation du P r o-
gramme de ]a soireep
7:03 pm.-Bulletin Meteorologique
7:06 pm.-Album Tele-Haiti (Do -
7:30 pm.-Heure Enfantine
7:45 pm.-Telenouvelles (lere edi-
tion du soir) Revue
dI I'actualite internatio-
nale et national de la
8:00 pm.-Theatre de l'Ouest
8:30 pm.-Show de la Westing-
house: Star performan-
ce "Championship Af-
9:00 pm.-Telenpuvelles (2eme edi-
tion) Resume des
principles et dernieres
n.ouvelles du jour.
9:05 pm.-Telecinema: Sports Va-
ries et Fantaisies
1.:O0 pm.-Fin HImne National.
Divpanchq 3 ALYR "L I60
1:00 pi.--Mire Tele-H&iti -" Mu-
2:q pm.-Pregenfation q u Pro-
gramme du jour.
2:03 pm.-Heure Enfanfine: Come-
dies pour Enfants -
2:30 pm.-Un Film de Walt Dis-
ney: "In Beaver Valley"
3:00 pm.-Actualites & Documen-
3:20 pm.-Programme de la Mai-
son Nobbe & Bondel: -
"La Vengeance est a
I'Avenir" Tire du ro-
man de Neil London.-
L'histoire traduit m e r-
veilleusement te conflict
human interieur dan s
le style neo-realiste Ita-
lien. C'est le combat in-
time d'un homme tirail-
le. par deux sentiments
profonds: L'Amour de
sa Femme et la aHirie
de la violence et de l'in-
justice a I'endroit du
meurtrier de sa propre
4:00 pm.-Bulletin Meteorologique
6:00 pm.-Fin Hymne National
-THIS WEEK '
The Place Geffrard auto parking
and rest center downtown Port-au-
Prince will open this coming week.
Texaco, the square builders have
added marble benches.
A new stamp to commemorate
the anniversary of the birth 198
years ago in Haiti of General Du-
mas, Alexandre Davy de la Pail-
.leterie has been authorized by the
President .of the Republic.
Dr. Sam Gibson, director of the
American Red Cross ended a week
long visit here Friday and return-
ed to the U.S.
Dr. Gibson discussed with the
Haitian Red Cross the setting up
of a new Blood Bank here. During
the week the imminent American
motored to the Artibonite and vis-
ited the Schweitzer hospital.
(Continued from Pgge 1)
ectricity, provides t )e abundant
flow of irrigating water.
In 1951, the original project esti-
mate was set at 14,000,000 dollars,
but when the contracting engineers
Brown and Root, under the super-
vision of the original ODVA team,
concluded the unfinished operation
the bill stood at $U,,,,p,p00 sup-
plied through U.S.' Imporn-Exp rt
Thus, when "fini' was pronoun-
ced or the project some-35,000 acres
of the Valley's total 35,000. hectares
(2.47 acres fo' a hectare) had turn-
ed into a productive, area, leaving
still 25-30 thousand acres Temlain-
$2.00 PER PERSON
- -W WW i % W 4'c- K ~ C 9, c', w -
IN CAP-HAITIEN THE RENE
Hostellerie Du Roi
COMPLETELY AND RECENT
NEW MON~IUTENTAL ENTRANCE AND NEW
SAir con itien rooms with private ba
SIR CONDITIONED B
ILTERED WATER POOL WITE
Lrge Tropical Garden With
S TOP QUALITY FRENCH
4 0EVNEVNG DANCE EVERY I
WITH THE FAMOUS
ing in an unirrigated aud non--.,
ductive state withinp the -perimeer
of the 200 square mile valley. ,'1
When ODVA recommended operam-
tions in 1958 they did so with a loank.r
of $4,300,000- from the Developmentf-.1
Loan Fund of Washington and an 4
aniual, uddget of 8,QO0,ap fM'.
the Haian Government e r
a.i -a p (the j an e--
an Development Organization which .
is the name under which all IUnited
Stades Aid. Agencies are grouped
in'Haiti) loan to ODVA .of h lf-a-
THESE pEASA.TS proudly stand by the results of carefpl ultit-;
ation and padking cases of tomatoes scheduled o eie marketf in :
the United States by ODVA. This is the first time that vegetablesJiave-
been shipped by Haiti to the U.S. market.
MAKE AN OUTING TO
CLUB AND ,IBO BEACH
ENJOY THE- SUN AD SURF
AND THE EXCELLENT FACILITIES
OFFERED BY OUR RESTAURANT
, / .'
Paul & Nancy' BAUSSAN
* _a. i 1
IS AT ,
LY RENOVAT ED
tths and hot water
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ODVA OAN FROZEN
AND SNACK -B-AR
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ATHLETIC MEET NEW RECORDS
-ing the XM_ Athletic Games
tok place In Port-au-Prince
f IS9 and 20th, 16-year.old
Omy, f. C. Coles Jr., of Saint
Fede Gonzague, put the shot
'le poids") a distance of
Nietres. Coles' effort set a new
FtC In the junior -section, break-
e old record by 1.44 metres.
'iMonique Thomas set a new
ri for, the high jump in her
Fit the Inter-Scholastic Athlet-
neet 'held last weekend. Her
jn(jump was 1 metre 40.
4lipsu de -Gonzague -firned in
ntcularly fine performance,
ng '65... points. Behind them
a;the Lyeee Petion with 14 pts.
1f..Lycee Firmin with 5 points.
i$e 'first time in Haiti and
.week's meet, there was a
o-r women in the Discuss-
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Mfl"* ''%*^ ." .-^- .iuj
; Anothdr competitor at last weekend's-athletic meet and
t. Louis de Gonzague pupil-is seen here performing a Western Roll
over the high-jump.
ELTA SALESMAN HERE TO ARRANGE
Bernardt Kirkegaard, Vice-
esident of the, Midwest Chapter
4merican Society of Travel Ag-"
ta,- arrived in 'Port-au-Prince by
ita Airliner yesterday accomp-
red by Delta Sales Representat-
.eMiss Frances Niles of Chicago,
Here to check on local tourist fa-
ties and the projected meeting
'-. ._ -
During, the XmII Athletic Games competitor Philippe Macory, a young
St. Louis de Gonzague schoolboy, reached a long jump of 6 meters.
A congress on the "Political Con-
cept in inLatin America" is being
held in Panama City under the aus-
pices of the University of Panama.
The Republic of Haiti is repre-
sented at the Congress by Mr. Ju-
les Blanchet, Lawyer and First
Concellor of the Higih Court of Ac-
counts. Eminent political personal-1
Ities attending the congress include,
"Mr. Jose Figueres, ex-President of
Costa Rica, former President of
Guatemala, Mr. Juan Jose Arevalo,
the Minister of National Education
of the Cuban Revolutionary "Gov-
ernnient, 28-year-old, Dr. Arman-
do Hort, Chilian Senator, Eduardo
Frey and the Venezuelan Deputy,
SERIES OF L. A.
Norberto E. Bormann, Assistant
Director of the Argentina revue,'
"Cercle de la Presse'" arrived here
Wednesday during the course of i
tour of Latin America.
Mr. Bormani,' who is preparing
a series of articles on the countries
he is visiting in connection with the
150th anniversary of his native Ar-
gentina, paid a call to the Foreign
Office accompanied by Argentinian
Ambassador, Dr. Angel Pombo.
places for the May regional meeting
of. the Ford Travel Service of Chi-
cago to be held here (he is an Off-
icer of the Ford Travel Service,)
Mr. Kirkegaard is. also chairman
of Arrangements for the regional.
meeting and during his two-day vis-
it to Port is staying at the Villa
Creole Hotel. He will leave Port-
au-Prince for Chicago on Monday.
A" I T-I SUNV
Dr. Joseph W. -Still, M.D., M.P.H., Director of the Public Health in
Bucks County, Penn., and also author of the book, "Science and Educa-
tion at the Crossroads, A View From the Loboratory," is making a surv-'
ey in the Caribbean and is currently a giuist at the Hotel Oloffson. Dr.
Still's- book has had successful reviews in U.S. newspapers and magaz-
ines and was well received by scientists and educators. In the book 'the
Dr. poses the question, "Whether the future of the world's underdeve-
loped areas is a threat or an opportunity to the United States way 'f
life." Dr. Still says he is interested in helping Haiti promote the settling
in this country of Americans of retiring age. There are many of the
15,000,000 people of retiring "age, states Dr. Still, who like .to move
to warmer climates on retiring and many of these possess "Know how"
that could help this Island. Dr. Still is making his survey in connect-
ion with this retirement of Americans.
On their second visit to Haiti in five years are Claire Rousseau an4
Lise Lemay, two lovely Canadian girls .from Montreal. Claire works
in Montreal with the Royal Bank of Canada and Lse is with a Telephone
company both girls have expressed the desire to learn Creole and
have a three weeks visit here to do it.
Married last Saturday in Evanston and in Haiti the next day were
Thomas H.- Fairfield, Chubb & Son, Insurance, Chicago, and his wife
Marcia. They are spending a seven day honeymoon in Haiti pnd are
staying at the Oloffson. Marcia is a' beautiful dancer. She' displayed
her talent in dancing the meringue.
Bearded Piers Anderton, Associate Producer of the Chet Huntley pro-
gram on N.B.C. in New York is visiting here with his son Christopher.
The Andertois are guests at the Hotel Oloffson.
Executive in the Machinery Business in New York City and Newi
Orleans, La., Norman Snow, is stopping here with his wife Ann. Also
here last week was Barbara Sykes, a journalist from Cape Cod, Mass.,
who went fr6m here to join friends in Ciudad Trujillo and will return
to Haiti for Easter.
Businessman Win Tice of Chicago and his wife and son Tommy are
Mrs. Herbert Lipsius of Roslin, L.I., New York and proud mother
of triplets, is visiting here with Dr. Alvah Strong Miller who has been in
China and India as Head of the United Nations Relief Organization
(UNRA) and has been to Haiti many times. He speaks fluent French.
Also, his brother H. Miller, a retired businessman. The party has met
C( continue 4 page 14)
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As recounted bXy AUBELIN JOLICOEUR
Phil Schonberg (promoter of Haiti's'Grand National Sweepstakes) re- ,
cently gaie a party and entertained a group of visitors to Haiti from
Chicago including, Interior Designor, Sally Molner, Loan Company R- .
nancier, Etta- Friedman, Millionairess widow, Helen Weiss, Office ,Furn- .
itures Executive, William Muscianisi and his wife, Joan, Chicago.Fin-
ancier, Charles Schayne and his wife, Colgate Palmolive man, Jimmy
McDonald, and Banker-Contractor, Lou Davidson from Miami and New
York. The party were.guests at the Montana Hotel. .
Guy Martitfbf Charles Dejean & Co., acted as host recently for four
visitors from Chicago, Illinois. They were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lieb-
enson and Mr. and Mrs. George Goldman; the party stayed at the
Montana. They are lawyers and Real Estate men in Chicago.
Executive Vice-President of the Overly Manufacturing' Co., Greens-
burg, Penn., H. W. Wehe Jr., arrived here I4st weekend in his private
plane a twin-engine Air..Commander accompanied by his wife
Joan and Mr. Joseph'R. Underwood, of, Vanadium Alloy Steel Co., La-
rob, Penn., and his wife. Pilot for the trip was George Bococck.
. Maury Berek and his wife Pearl of Beverly Hills, California, were
on cruise here last Sunday onboard the Nieduw Amsterdam. The Bercks,
who have visited Haiti before, were accompanied this trip by Miss, Edd
Lewin of the Wilshire Owl Drug Co., also in Beverly Hills, and the
party all set off on their arrival in Port to have a look at the Hote .9
(Continued from page 1)
ation and enrichment of the lives make this their role, he continued,
of all." always being "mindful of individu-
Mr. Warner Cadet. professor of a] circumstances and conditions" as
social sciences at. College Fernand they differ between students.
Prosper, saw the intellectual ori- The programs' final speaker was
entation of students as a key probl- Mr. Parnell Marc. professor of the
em facing education today. While University of Haiti. Mr. Marc said
in the- past a student's orientation that education should produce "a
was often determined by his family critical spirit," giving the student
and their ideas, "the development "order in his thoughts and respect
of a scientific and technological ci- for opposite opinions."
vilization _has profoundly modified Moderator for the discussion was
this problem." Cadet noted. Mr. Pradel Pompilus, director of
the Centre d'Etudes Secondaires.
Mr. Fritz Dorsinville, director of Mr. John A. Floyd, director of the
the bibliotheque pedagogique, stres- Haitina-American Institute, opened
sed the library's role in the form- the program.
action of educational attitudes. "In- Special Palm Sunday, Holy Week,
formation," he said, "is transmitt- and Easter services will be held
ing knowledge," but "formation" is at St. Trinite Cathedral, the Rev.
"the result of intellegently guiding Fr. N. Caryle Spitz, priest in char-
the adolescent in his development." ge of the English speaking congre-
The library and professor should gation, has noted.
134, Rue du Centre
SHOES HANDBAGS HATS
HAITIAN RECORDS FRENCH PERFUMES
15 Years Experience in Handicrafts.
P.O. Box 975 Open Every Day
From 8:00 a.m. To 5:00 p.m.
FIXED PRICES FOR
The following communique, dat-
ed March 25th, issued by the Dep-
artment of Commerce and Indus-
try and the Municipal Administra-
tion of Port-au-Prince states that
following up their policy of a.fixed
price for meat and in view of curIT-
ent consumer protests, they \ish
to bring to the notice of the public
in general that the prices of meat
cuts in the City's butcher shops is
VIANDE LOCALE GRADE B
Filet viande choisie $1.00
Cotelette de veau 0.40
T-Bonesteak viande choisie 0.50
Sirloin steak viande choisie 0.50
Beefsteak Tartare 0.40
Viqnde moulue 0.30.
Roti-larde viande prepare 0.50
Escalope viande choisie 0.60
Cervelle piece 0.50
Langue fraiche -piece 0.60
Noix de veau 0.40
Os pour consomme 0.10
Roti de Pore 0.60
Saucisse de boeuf 0.30
Saucisse de Pare 0.60
Fromage de tete 0.60
Jambon du Pays 1.00
Jambon imported r 1.20
The Department of Commerce
and Industry and the Municipal Ad-
ministration state that they take
profit of this occasion to recall to
butchers that the price of ordinary
meat (grade C) remains unchanged.
*TlE ELECTRIC LIGHT. COMPANY
Wishes to advise its good sub-
scribers that to avoid any confus-
ion, /all persons who present them-
selves at subscribers' homes in the
name of the Company, must pres-
ent a card of identification. This
card is to verify employees of the
Company and should be affixed
with \a photograph of the bearer
together with the signature of the
Director General de la Compagnie.
Port-au-Prince, March 24th., 1960.
4 '- -
Yes the new Dadlani Store on the corner of Rue du Bonne
Foi is surely a "Little Europe' stocked with fine merchand-'.
ise from all over the world with emphasis on Indian Prod--
ucts; "Little Europe" also means Free Port Prices.
THE RESTAURANT OF
THE HAITIAN FAMILY
IS OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAY -
A SPECIAL LUNCH IS
OFFERED AT -MIDDAY
AND $2.00 A LA CARTE
The menu is prepared by Albert Baroilon
FIRST CLASS PASSENGER SERVICE
COny .s modern American Flag Ci' Sh1ps
EA* 5O. SiR SOBAL
R e ANCO01" ,d-S-OS
iallings Mondays and Friddow
W .. cANa oFs3 W. poVATE BA .
uaCMoWnONBD DGOW SAWlN'
OUTDOOR 'To" sWgb bdP POOL
250 Lss. *A AB..LwaCe
Ask about round 'iP ,a.ar lcl.
Complete accurate inflrmatoon ly PIm
PAMAMAIk StEAMSS3P Lli1
R Abraham LlePo 3062
Rue Abraham tiecoln
'C ~ .'ar., '
S_ The Smart Saturday Night Club
9p.m. Until Late Closing
The El Rancho Duroseau
Dancing-Nightly Except Sunday From 7pm
THOSE WHO APPRECIATE
THE BEST DINE
AT EL RANCHO HOTEL
And always superb cuisine
IN HAITI SHOP
HAITI'S LARGEST FREE PORT PRICE
SHOPS AND MAHOGANY FACTORY
1) GALLERIES FISHER ACROSS FROM NEW U.S. EMBASSY
2) ART & CURIO SHOP FISHERS ACROSS FROM CUSTOMS HOUSE
SAVE UP TO 60 Per Cent ON IMPORTS
AND BUY HAITIAN HANDICRAFTS
STRAIGHT FROM THE FACTORY
/ ON THE RUE DU QUAI
(AM. KSPR. AND DINERS CLUB ACCEPTED)
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'HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPE1II
`. -Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
ITOR-PUBLISHER BERNARD DIEDERICj
t-Responsable MAUCLAI LABISSIERE
-MEMBER OF THE INTER-AMEMBCAN PRESS ASSN..
ESTABLISHED IN. 1950 '
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6, THE HAITIAN PUBLIC
SHOULD BE ENLIGHTEN
.t lent game, and one which to date 'has bought no .pub-
glittenzifent, is being played -(with the stakes centered
`4t300,000 dollar loan) by the 'board of ODVA and the
d .nent ITan Fund agents in Haiti.
bcurrenit statemnate existing betIeen the two contest-
.ii.nrisohes grave food for thought fortihe Haitian peop-
fl particularly for the farmers and peasants of the
i.... e Valley the "hub" of 'the whole situation and
Wen9ly working sat a decreased palte.
Yit., the loan made by the Development Loan Fund of
ungon ~to ODVA (Organization for the Development
I.tie Atilb'onite VaUley set ulp by the Haiiian Government)
libeen "frozen" is known, and is- 'also known that the
..e Dbiam and the veat system of ca.nals. andirrigatioh
total some $28,000,000,00 in loans to Haiti.' This in
likes it inimperative for the country to. get all'the
ial value.,out of the project Thiat it can.
red basket of Haiti," is a term that has often be
"jie to the Alribonite and it Is of national importance
It' lhis fertile. "basket" be kept in a productive and pros-
slittilbe. The work in the valley 'region is far from
h..pleted land the proposed irrigational works are someth-
w aBould.be continued. The time is also fast appro-
,ng ,when the tapping of th e potential power resources
tePeligre Damn will have to be seriously considered -
tecost for this-is estimated at $7,000,000.
Perips much of the current, .and no doubt future, "ad-
a-.e onmnment 'and dispersion casting could 'be erradicat-
i-f- O VA embarked oh a policy, of keeping tthe Haitian,
i,'ic -hintnied on.-ail developments- in the all-importanX
IBIt, aside from aill this, there is one and' only, one culm-
bion to 'be gained from the Artilbonite it must be for
ite good olf, the Haitian people and at the same time it is
,i'be hoped Ithat, it is kept in mind that- production 'not
r.d to a sound pattern caaf only result in -the crippling
a- m'aining of the industries of' the many smaJl .individual
todue.irs; an undesiraJble staJte for the poor in 'the Valley
tl'indebd for the Repulblic.
ST. MARC ILLUSTRATES NEED
j: FOR VOLUNTEER BRIGADES
ft t weeW's fire which destroyed five houses in St. Marc'
idlcaused damage estimated to total 100,000 gourdes was,
ing to residents of the town, negligible compared to
'tilieaze' which could have. conceivably consumed major
ns of St. Mart had a whid df any'strength been 'blow-
H ATTTI SUN
JOSEPH NADAL- & CO.
)AYt MARCH 27, 1960
March' 21, 1960
Editor of-Haiti. Sun ,
Cite Dumarafs Estime No. 37
Dear MWr. Editor::
I .as in your office this noon to
see you about the article written
about the Creole translation of the
I think that in my inteNdew I
pointed out that it was the AMERI-
CAN BIBLE SOCIETY which is do-
ing the work, and also that they
have been working in Haiti since'
1956. It. is not the work of the West
Indies Mission. Would you please
rectify that to give proper recogn-
ition to the rtgbt organization.
There are 'other things that de-,
mand reqtifi'catiqn but they 'are of
minor importance, so we shall let
it go at that.
Raymond Alcide JOSEPH.
OF 22,336 POUNDS
Continuing in its program of ex-
porting vegetables to .the United
States, ODVA, an agency of the
Haitian Government is shipping, on
L. &ro ti4fors de la bant
uoulement done une. traction at
i6curit6pplpment4ires. Un ing6nime
A 'ispositif de silence r6dult let di .
rents bruiti d6sagr6ables du )mie
tandh que la construction Iqgre d
\$upTr-Cushion Sans Chambre 1 .
peo.rm t'absorber ls cahoots do "Is
route. 'Vous aure; moins do prs" :
plat, ot moims de delais parce 'que I
Construction Grip-Seal exclusive d
Goodyear 61imine pratiquementt Ie
-g -g agPs
&-Ait was the 5 houses destroyed (and two of thexmi were. A *. aA.Aa A A a ,a aaaaai
|a:rey construction) were devoured by the flames '
'very hlort aaee of time wl before firefighting O ir IL S A\ SU
Z.l ment or water could be bought to the scene in any C I I J I
atty. Ideed, by the time a fire engine 'had arrived
n'bPort-au-Prince the fire had died, 'but, it is easy to im-
'hedarage ithat would have 'been dealt byf the 'closfire had A Distinguished Hotel 'In The Heart Of The City
j~d been fanning the ftames out to the rest of the closely
ekd houses in the main street.
.'Mar,' and in this it is far from dtainding on its, own, Conveniently Located To The Shopping 'District
'.ndt possess a fire brigade 'and perhaps the next time All Air Conditioned Rooms with Private Baths and Hot Water
Ffibugh it to 'be hoped there is no next time) fire strikes
tne of these towns in the provinces it m=ay not abate as
Last week's, but may well destroy not only houses but New Pool Terrace with outside Bar and Swimming Pool
doing so take 'lives with it.
%tis to muth to'ek of thine Capital's fire brigade to have. 4 Air Conditionned Bar Unsurpassed Cuisine Finest Service
Scharging up and down the countryside's length and HAPPY HOUR EVERY THURSDAY
hidth honing fires and so a solution has to 'be found in
Iternative method and a logical answer to the prob- c FROM 5:30 TO 6:30 p.m., INFORMAL GATHERING
j.a to inaugurate in tihe provinces Voluntary Fire Bri- <
g eupnt- DINNER DANCE EVERY FRIDAY
v wfth t he barest of firefighting equipment -and a re-.
,e of water these groupss of volunteers could well mean
difference between the beginnings of a blaze and total From 7:30 P.M. To Midnight With Floor Show
ltion, for onbe a fire has 'an alppreciable hold on a
building, of which this Republichas many, it is SUNDA-Y NOON CREOL-E BUFFETS
cmy impbesile to put it out.
.'Volunteer firefighting force in the towns of the pro- AT POOL, TERACE
Wl b mdt only feasible (but a precaution which could
i: .,.eficial dividends.
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March 20, 1960 by the SS. Cristobal requirements for Number One .u
of Panama Line 22,336 pounds of iy. '
various vegetables. From March 2, to his date, 118, -
8,004 pounds of tomaites; 4,530 390 pounds of ODVA's vegetajWle
pounds of peppers; 9,802 pounds of have ben- shipped te Ulied
cucumbers, all of which meet the States. -. ,
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Caribbean Construction Co.SA.
Builders Of the Military City
Gen. Manager: Gerard THEARD "
Phone: 3955. PO. BO:. 284
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TOMATOES TAKING PRECEDENCE IN VEGETABLE GARDENS
(Contnued from page 1)
The $4,300,000 loaned by: the Dev-
elopment Loan Fund and which is
currently nullified was for the con-
tinuation and completion of irriga-
tion and drainage of the remain-
ing 25-30 thousand acres ih the Ar-
tibonite area; the $1,000,000 annual
allotment from Haiti's budget which
still remains unaffected is for OD-
VA's operational activities and gen-
eral upkeep .of the Peligre Dam
and canals etc., and HADO's loan of
half-a-million dollars which has not
been suspended is divided into sums
consisting of $50,000 for overhead
and essentials to the economic dev-
elopment of the Valley, $100,000 for
Srice storage and mill, $75,000 for
a feed mill, $40,000 for vegetable
production and the erection of a
S canning and packing plant, $60,000
for rehabilitation, set forth as a
pre-requisite to rapid development,
35,000 for livestock and poultry,
S $40,000 allowed to .farm machinery
and finally $100,000 for agricultural
extension. Most of this half-a-mill-
S- ion dollar loan has already been
S used up.
'; First basic move made by ODVA
Administrator, Garvey, Laurent was
: to have the wide coverage of clog-
ded drainage canals cleaned out to
let water start moving swiftly ag-
S.. ain when work recommended in Oc-
tober, 1958. Laurent, 35 years old,
i..L 'sa. master in agricultural edonom-
ics from. the University of Califor-
: nia in Berkeley and he is married
to an Aimerican .girl he' met while
--:,, /,attending the University.
Wqrklng with him. on the project
the Artibonith Valley are five
:',U- United States Inteirnational Coper-
'a .atiori Administration experts hedd-
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ed by Norman M Ward, a 43 year
old and graduate of the Oklahoma
Agricultural and Mechanical Uni-
versity. Ward served in what is
now Communist China with UNR-
A for 3 years as a horticulturist
with Point Four, then moved to
Peru and in Ecuador (where he was
made Deputy Chief or Agriculture
to Point Four and shortly after-
wards Agriculture Chief.) Norman
Ward then' moved to Cornell Uni-
veisity for two years, '58-59, on a
Rockefeller Grant before coming to
Haiti to take up his present post.
The horticulturist turned agricult-
urist had previously served in Hai-
ti and is now directly under Harry
ODVA has also retained an Ame-
rican Engineering concern (the In-
ternational Engineering Co.,) with
12 technicians on the job,, to super-
vise the final irrigation construction
in the Artibgpite a job which
was ready for commencement when
the project was visited this week.
On rented and levelled land, 150
*acres, which formerly in the days
of the Standard Fruit Co., support-
ed banana crops, at Moreau des
Miles, ODVA is this week gathering
its final harvest of tomatoes and is
busy harvesting cucumber which
are coming to frutitiion.
This last planting of tomatoes co-
vers some 35 acres of land and
when gathered will make way for
a crop of corn which' is hoped to
give its first, yield by July, thus
giving the peasants in the area a
substantial diet and economic bpost.
This rented land* belongs to the
small farmers in the main although
there are a few "bigger" farmers taking precedence as a crop. by the
holding plots of land of from 4-5 more than 200 small farm owners
acres. ODVA contracts the peas- who with ODVA's help are learn-
ants to work the land and in doing ing modern technological practices
so the workers receive a daily in land preparation, fertilization, ir-
wage and although no profit is ex- rigation, pest control, and market-
pected this year, those engaged in ing through cooperative enterprise.
the tilling of'the Artibonite farms In the Moreau des lies area the
will receive a share of the profits. peasant farmers are receiving this
According to Leonard D. Brooks, instruction by ICA technician, Geor-
Agricultural economics, Marketing ge Hagiwara, a native of Hawaii.
and Credit advisor to ODVA, Since the vegetable plots were start-
"These people are getting paid to ed during last September and Au-
learn. They gain farming experi- gust Hagiwara has been teaching
ence and it is hoped that in three the people transplanting, growing,
to four years they will be able to and the general principles of tom-
grow their own crops and take ov- atoe care including staking which
er the contract." Brooks expects to date has cost ODV'A $8,000 in
however that the farmers will not stakes alone. ODVA's tomatoes
be able to grow the crops themselv- have been appearing on the niarket
es before three-four years have el- in Florida and New York since
apsed as the people of the St. Ra- February of this year and have met
phael district in the" North, under with such success. according to O-
the direction of POTE COLE, are DVA,' that Haitian officials estim-
just beginning to work the crops ate that the winter season's ship-
entirely by themselves. "Our cont- ment will total more than 2,500
ract is for four years so maybe crates.
by that time these people will be
ready," said Brooks. Importers in Miami and New
-"* York ODVA officials say, regard
It is easily evidenced thit this the new source as a definite poss-
land is now thriving whereas when ibility to satisfy local needs be-
ODVA first took it over it was prac- fore the domestic crop matures and
tically barren and cultivated with also as an alternative source ag-
only sparse crops of cotton, icorn, ainst adverse U.S. winter product-
cassave and plaintins all giving ion. The trial imports are being
very little return. When ODVA ren- handled by Carbone Brothers in
ted the land they also bought up New York City, and by the Indian
all the existing crops at a rate River Packers in West Palm
and value set by a Haitian apprais-; Beach.
al committee and signed a fouw
year contract with every land own-' Meanwhile,' 'the Haitian people
er. can find tomatoes a much more
TOl'MATOES IMPORTAJt common item in the daily diet (the
Haiti imports $11,000,000 worth df two types of tomatoes being.grown
Tomatoe Paste annually and it is by ODVA' are "Rutgers'" and "Ho-
for this reason .that tomatoes are estead 24" two varieties recom-
,THE- AMERICAN VEHICLE, IDEAL FOR HAITI,
It.is the "LARK" manufactured by STUDEBAKER-PACKARD Corporation..
Neither large nor siall or rather, large and small at once
Offing all the advantages of large cars, 6 to 7 passengers,
S tibilit, 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
THE NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE AGENCY, S. A.
Place Geffrard, Phone: 3216 or 3929
GARAGE R.UE DES CESARS PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI
Ask also for a demonstration of the Pick-Up and Trucks
Their saving of fuel, solidity, power and capacity are
already universally known.
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mended for Haiti after tria
American Point. Four. tee .hi
Agronomist Garvey Laurent.,
sector of the Organisme de
lopement de la Vallee de l'Ai
nite, has reported that more .
half of this season's harvest is gt
ding No. 1 in .the U.S. aid is :.
planned to quaorue 0 e' -t' season's .
plantings for export btt by. cirt-';
ing to the. Sates. and by- canning
when the'nearly' completed canning
and packing plant comes into oper-
Hagiwara is being-assisted in the:?:
vegetable work .by his co-workei!
Luis George ani by Kenneth.-E
Watt who is in charge of the vita
spraying operations. As well.asi.
matoes, two tyied 6f pepper '
being successfully grown, some'i
ions and another new. expoqirtve
etable which is .meeting. with sue
ess in the United States -cucu
Started in January of this--ye'
the cucumbers have grown esp
ally well and are currently..'bi
harvested in large quantities.
Sunday last workers of ODVA pic
ed 106 cases of cucumbers' ad
Watts states that an average ..
100 cases are.,being gathered: ev
two-three days, Growing-.this ,a
icular vegetable .for the expor
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or jpst, ielax. A., i :i
l on'der when'you coirsiderit
i~o;t'Shopping. A" cuple pI !.
IL^noiialy might" penned $50, bH
'^*aismas gifts'finds they 'ai
tth e same git,'in, free- oir
.'rvhops'at savings up to.60%in's.
5U.,;. Prices; So, bfr the 0
.<.6r p the tsavi -thaypienjoyl a
'lK.roiderf~.i vacation. .i Hiti.
g eops the e di'st mous tr.
r-' .horp' is t ln. o iso' ai
RE beart' of ascnatiq.ng ..o..t-..
j i;C'fitn Haitisuo Ht.erel. .net,4,d
zonind :aa meritgblh' wond, $r500o
Jp.i',o, the, Wgrif's' ionst eo'
leo.g'e, m r ie incen- i.
~:ster than a Hordinndre shop.
^^^;aidip that' on'e ca 'EtaiiWlmte'
wVchgs, loves, Crstsiippi ,
ler, Frnchi P-er C'
imeras, Liquors adar rid isseet
ly less. arr ay, o.ultr
w ,.itt--t dio scoints.. "f Po. ot
the P U 3 .;'aditirted H prceu ,
more., aiioppipg 'con
r'fthan a ordinoa i.derp..iCO
O^ aer.- tat. one -van.- .b : the.
'% ~i.w ell s mosi famous. wiss
'..ii*Omega, Ulyise. Nardiri; Tissot,
..a.e.applies inGChina, ystal, .
yadn jeaens ch ger it oightre
.:-'B6brel, Juvenia.'Audemars. Pi-
':i gl.t--at dico'nts.ot flat of;
t: the I .adinrtised 'prices,
i e N.tist' wouitder .that.. La
:" 'relle Creole is famous. The'
S- n-magoros -r Pmoter o
;samegaps Uplies inaCheina, Crystal
i:,'ada the rest every opulrte and
fr p Feresented Bsh eforppng. buying
.an' .exprlensi ve tch itr might
'l onsdeai Ua.tp t pbliatio, an
-"A l:NouStag/;P..resieiE of. La
ti tinues ~'o pursue a o La
i Belle Creole anig Haiti's most
t'*is perhaps',noteler- reason: for
i. eth'" asur'gents in poputheir variouf.
#'. free-port shopping. 'is.';ad-
";Ayer tismng inhe ppor o:straopelar
.hmai shopping has appeared d in most
:eadig ptie.., poseblications and,
i:'t, ato be cooperatinga with ng-
S gents i n their various
!:'~a promoatior o to n e n tu-
n' L a seeymoonL
I- is eAmong lhe l ost'opulisr
'Aisnnovapions' he has.- created is
r .I'the. practice sending a a bt-
lk".v tie o i free chaispagne'to any
aim.visit r to .Haiti who happens
advanto e celebrating a wedding-
S.i annivers y or toi be on a
,. honeymoo, ....
S'. even greatr adisc s on Cr feais
'Oni. s brand "A'Nonustas as
Ii d. mohveryd excise irtsto n
gi' oe sorletd onscioues od theis
:ts advanticages tofh tr ngl as-
.tod them. No a doiw bt thou-
., to., mboneth long sale offering
:rv-.n greater discounts on fa.
Sises cprus brnd merchandi e.th
i X >eryday exclusive items will
..'.besellected to 6e sold to' visi-
*."rs at prices :tha will as-
iy 'round them. No doubt thou-
".A come home frem-vacations in
t: e: worlden 'they went.oaway.
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S UND~AYM_~ 9 '7, .1
Report Of The Parliamentar B
traction at Pont Sonde and a small ing .to declarations of'Garey Lau.:brat, EcclesastpEthert'Martel.
(Translated from LA PRALANGE, Saturday March 5; 1960.) 4 tomato plantation at Moreau des reot- that since.its te4..years o, Bealbrun and Marcel Philistin
o helies, the school of domestic econo- existence ODVA does hold only, the athe. City awo.,f Verre ,ttes, and "
Yesterday'morning, for lack of quorum the Senate of the my at Dezeau, the. Trois Bornes farms at- ois Dehors: and. at .rois iessrs..O Oest ,, ren.e, Letentra- T
Republic hid no meeting, on the other 'hand, the Chambe farm, a small school at Acul Bas- ornes totaling an area of ..de a a A ham Joseph at
ep c ed no meeting, on the her had, the erre, a poultry fm and a rice hectares of land -on which are-work- l ich- summarized
o Deputies held no meeting also. plant at Dezeau and the 5th ruraLing uniqupl; as 'de .Moities"' 65 as'ollos ::
w r, ho s i section of St. Marc where the. per cent of the.'peasants. Convinced The vist .of th. P. a. 'pn
,However, the repo-ts of the two special, boards on ODVA colleague Enaillo N o ne z desired of the possibility of tincing in, that arli entry
and POTE COLE 'have. been communicated to the 'Press. As them to note conditions of extreme Artibonite Valley a planter C'cultv- a, "Arbonite
rediacled, these documents were disddosed ast the meeting of poverty and 10,000 hectares of land eating for himsf alone mo te an al erence y esidet Du
riday Feb. 26 M dand urge excerpts from the report of the still waiting for irrigation. 400 cartraux' of land, he m 'erbers v i.e's bi. towards r p.
of the orda onlv .hope' tat -p h we, brgs comfort to theai
board instructed to observe progress of work on POTE However, the results of these vis- ODVA Would extend the sco in tho 'e e o giave'malprat:.'i,'
COLE in the iorth were pubUlished in our edition of Satur- its did not meet with the expecta- its agricultural activities, so that' es, on the -pt of the heads of'
Sins fi the Board members woo it may resent the "Dss ce aofODA, Where- they siy the un.
had been contemplating to see wid- org-nizatioa "tang -care fortunate.-Peasants oi0 the Valley
beinga&cargani zoc e.Va.l. y
ely developed agricultural farms.of- agriculture i e imi orta r- wwl.w love .jealouslyPresident ,Duva-
Here is the report whibh was read out by Deputy Gerson and land improvement activitiPs. tibonite -region: "" er and his,.G mnent are ex- .
Zazmor, Chairman of the Paz&lftmentay Board of Inquiry susceptible to. leading to substan- -. en ng". the greatest poverty,
in the Artinite.' tial yields increase. Indeed,-besid- This restriction explains well.th ODVA's. employees $Are pursuing
"b ruryar 20th, 1960. es the. tomato plantation and the' enthusiasm shown by the people of 'thm u.nmercilessly, even impriso- _;
small plant under construction at the Valley in welcoming, on. Feb. 'n.ig- them qriie often- ~r lands not
Pont Sonde which will contribute 4th., the honorable memibers- of the& irrigated pn which nio.' rigafion im-
Dear Collegues they could obtain accurate inform- its share in the success of our ef- board "Whom everybody, gireit or prove ment.bas. evek, been uridertak-
The Parliamentary members of atiy out tonheir forts towards the .industrialization small, were 'calling here and there, en,- Wa rraits aie even issued ag-
th boar tt to inoo m successful a out thei of the country. The members of the expressing their confidence.ad aihst a nf-x'.*asants for two or
e board instructed to inquire into mission and therefore succeed in- board have not been fortunate en- their hope of securing .after in .tre carrauoflanathey do not
DVAs activities iork on the u- gathering ccurae data to enable ough tofind an evidence of true quiry, more welfare, in.thie ."Ora- ho1bi. ODVA, they .affn, is a vast
Valley set to work on Feb. 4th ul- them to objectively appreciate con- endeavour on the part of the or- nisme de Developpementde laV Val- niriket-.where Aishonest people are .:
timo, fully aware of the problems ditios in the Valley, the members ganization as far as its legal requir- lee de -'Arfibnite.".-EveryoreVwish- engaged with'impumityin gasoline
Sthe region and with a mate nliest of the b did ot sat them- events are concerned, because., nei- ed to air his grievancess and -take smuggling, iwher pe.ayrolls are h
important organization established selvesonble ODA officials and res- their the school of domestic econo- advantage of, that-particuar bppor- made .ui.'ih : .rvor or ."deads"
i the Artibonite Valley which pon sble ODVA officials and ot- my at Dezeau operating for about tuniti to explainr bis"pains. The paro- and.he\where'.ztombie.s'a -are receiv- :.
n the Artesone of the greValley whichon- abes edof to be taken everywhe arelso ask-eful ten years, nor the small school at.liamen;tary board, desiring t6 get ining blou-amo-oubts. of money in
titutes one of the greater opes ed to be taken eveywhere-useful Acul Basterre, where the members touch with the people of the back payment of .fltious contracts. Des-
f a ri thecoubeing carried out by the of the board were warmly welcom- country- and ,to ..hear everybody's pitet Wni&trative. mess and .
of all their activities the members rgani ed -by thirty small peasants break- voice -from the weakest to ..thel notorious, water; the. gentlemen of
if the board topk with them the In this connection on Feb. 4th ing into "La Dessalinienne", could strongest--.decided-to collect a few that; organization~ re profdssing to-
'refect of St. Marc and Dessalines, they personally visited ODVA's be considered as achievements to statemenefts from;, numerous -notabl- wards'peoplexhf.the Artlibonite Val- '
he military officials of the Artibo- warehouse and Garage at-Pont the credit of an organization for es in the visited regions. Dqcpra- ley an evident.contempt which al-
Lite, the Director and employees of Sonde, and on Tuesday and Thurs- which the country is spending so tions from Messrs. Esperace Bas- ways prevents them" of. finding a
)DVA who gave them a most cor- day, 9 and U Feb., in company of much money at -a time of general tien;: Constant -Delorme, Antiola small job. to a.llviate their poverty
dial welcome and also all imminent ODVA's Director and Staff memb- distress.- It it however well under-. Smith and Moliere Paul Lornzer at .ai" enable, thr to: ptay water tax-
ersons from whom they thought ers. a tomato factory under cons-- stood by the board -and- accord-. Eliancourt; Messrs. Garconnet Ge-es...fr la id: which,~dd to. lack of
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DFVID WRLLY TRFILRMRS
honolec hby 'jour
..DRVID '--WRLL Y. : !
Smost exciting REPo STR
Sk LmeS : -
Sssl ateO. m e'
S .. .. o _o .. r e '
.--, .Ld*lrt geodlrw:.
MARK' Caeh kr .-" '-.": -" 't ..
--- .' -RT FREE PORT PRICES' I-
Gr d'RuP. '. "TAU-PIE2.
.. .A TI
S' .ND A CH 7: !, "'.:- 96
- 9.00. PER DAY PLUS
SI T T M"
A A -PA. 3 i
)f Inquiry: On ODVA'S
nt, do. 'ot ,bfte produce plies, to numerous questions placed appreciation of the data gathered,
2,5 per centh of their estimatedd to the ODVA's Director and to we deem it advisable to plainly
Seld." i Messrs., Preval, Legagneur, Math- quote the strong words pronounced
yieLd." n a w
."It is worthy "of note tat all. the, urm and Fe'u were thqt:' during 'the course of our investiga-
informants" have blamed Director tion at the City Hall of Verrettes
Laurent for this 'sitition, although,' ODVA has.todevelope rescourc- by. the marvellous Prefect of the
the majority of them could but d es in the Artibonite Valley, protect administrative district of St. Marc,
e hat he is personally "honest these. rescources, rationally- cultiv- Mr. Crescent Jean-Baptiste whose
dla a ere th h naRYhe
'Nand capable. On the :other hand, ate the lands.and work-for'the pro- honesty, devotbdness and broad ex-
hnames of Messrs. Nicholas St. ..motion of- men in the Valley. The perience are undeniable:
tLaurent -Legagneur, Claude Pre- Directors. are, of course, of the "Gentlemen, you are aware of.the
aJ, Alix Chalier, etc., :etc,, were opinion, that the social side must various duties of a chief of enter-
cited by .the notables in .terms be given their solicited hei solicited 6-the full.- prise, of an administrator. You
which give dd-for thought.'. This is whY they..have created-i a know that all the malpractices per-
Sv .- thought' division of Social Welfare with a petrated in his administration can-,
Realizing tat lack f under-view to reaching ani improvement not be imputed to him. A man en-
standing, in ordinate -ambition and n. the livingconditins of people in trusted with so an important ad-
suggestion arising frpm poverty and he gion." ministration--is like a, Chief of
egoism may:. sozmt.ies ..rTduce, a "The organization is. well aware State. It even happens sometimes
man to giveree to his ma that th-peasants of theValley are that his closet advocates turn ag-
d.cious inclination-up to the, point of entertaining some antipathy against' ainst him. It is not surprfing that
making him. raise .a- whole, struct- it, but this is due to the fact that you heard so many grievances ag-
ure of lies ggainist anotherr, man he ODVA having kept-- its expenditures ainst ODVA's Administration. I can
would believe to be happier than within the ridgid limits. of its budg- even tell you that it may have hap-
hnnself, but convinced also that so et is unable to give them a job. liened to Mr.. Laurent to sign do-
'decisive argt.ients indicatinfig the, cuments without sometimes know-
deep anti, athy o ik whole region "The Law-Decree of Jan.. 1959 ing the contents of them. It bas ev-
against an- established organization provides OpVA adequately for the en happened-to him to have sign-
,nust have -their reason; the memb- collection -of water taxes, and 'to' ed an advice 'of appointment on
ers of the board .have,'before every- -know the taxyiayers and- the. area which the name of the beneficiary
thing else, considered' these decla- of their lands this organization has has been substituted afterwards."
Srationse ,sl siple".ai'gaion. they only, as available, information,. "As'representative of the Execu-
Sbrad to1p. -.preciously; expecting contained in the,cadastral survey." tive Power, I am entitled to main-
"that infbfnatioht,-obtained from the "Knowing that' if' April complet- tain public order-and security in
directors o. D:DDVA would bring. ion work on .the irrigation and drain- this zone and I can tell you that
t h e m the required controvertible age cahals is to. be undertaken', Mr. Laurent, in addition' to purely
evi'den.e., .,., ..' ODVA neglects somewhat` these administrative difficulties, is expe-
S- .kinds of work pending the start of riencing political difficulties. He has
Effectively. we retried to Bor- large operations... Up to the present to fight against opposing parties
Sel on Tuesday Febi"9th at lam. tme ODV has re ved nothing surrounding him. Opponents of the
i here agronomist Garvey L.a.rent from the- .loan of 4,300,000 dollars. Government of the Republic! The
w surrounced-,ij...his collaborators In the face of so many contradic- verification of these facts has al-
r made ussaaccount of rat tory stateinents-and wishing to ar- ways made my blood boil. I dis-
ormanizatioj 's reent situation. The rve at accurate and equitable con- cuss these matters with Mr. Lau-
o results fir- statements anirtre- exclusions, through a truly objective rent sometimes, but we are not able
1Id -sttiU, --e lsin.trug rl
to cope with the diffici
way, I canssay of Mr. La
he is good and honest.-
to do is to go directly to
and sieze by the scruff o
the individuals doing -it.,
is the government which
ing all these things
r Such is, my dear
among other intornation,
your board was-able to
the premises and which
presented for your app
ants complaining of their
unes, information gained
ished by the Directors
on the behavior of these
in the Valley, and strong
cere words by the Prefe
This is what you ca
at the corner of the E
Iresh Tomatoes U.
Piments. Dour vari
M_ V-- --- -
10c. PER MILE
45 PER 7 DAY WEEK
S. PLUS '10c. PER MILE
AH Rates Include Gas
" .' 1
Oil And Insurance
nice tour m one pound bags 0.35 "
Rice Flour in five pound bags 1.50 "
Rice Flour in ted pound bags 3.00 "
Blue Bonnet Rice Grade A in 1001b sacks 52.50 a
Blue Bonnet Rice Grade B in 1001b sacks 42.50 "
Blue Bonnet Rice Grade C in 1001b sacks 29.00 "
Blue Bonnet Rice Grade D in 1001b sacks 19.00 "
Blue Bonnet Rice Grade E in 1001b sacks 10.00"
BUY PRODUCE OF FIRST CHOICE
BUY "BON MARCH"
AT THE OD VA SALES OFFICE
YCIJIIQ STAY 11 IIAT111l
AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DINERS CLUB CREDIT CARD HONORED
II DECEMBER 15th TO APRIL 14th
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NEXT TORCA builhnq
OPP A I) k
S. -Kabrioelt At?
-. .FOBBmSImvATIoNS, ROAD MAPS AND SUGGESTED ITINERARIM, .WRITE OR CABLE
A VIS CAR RET ALS
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ulty. Any- Marc. It is by a minute examin-
-urent that action of these facts, by comparing ..'
The thing them, trying to compile all the. *
-the wr ng truth and fairness they may con-
f the neck tain, that the board will arrive to
Because it know if really "There were any dis-
is endur- turbing facts in the Artibonite Val-
colleagues, Therefore the members of the bo- :
Sthe data ard can logiaply check the 'vera- -*-
secure on city of the declarations made by-
are now the eminent peasants and the in-
preciation: formation furnished by the'-Direct-
of peas- ors of ODVA, by referring to state- "-
r mlsfort- ments contained in the speech of 'F- -'
and urn- Prefect Jean-Baptiste, on which
of ODVA they have to rely. In case of doubt,
peasants the board has not, indeed, the right
g and sin- to contest the statements of an of- .
ect of St. (Continued on page l0) .
ICE -OF FIRST QUALITY
HE LOWEST PRICES
n find at the Sales Office of the ODVA
Rue du Centre and the Rue des Cesars.
.S. No. 1 Grade A -0.25 a pound
iety 0.50 "
* PAGE 10 HAITI SUN" SUNDAY, MABCHt,4
I *** ,oa, .'"
This CHPER of the CONSITU of the RepublicReport Of 7he Parliamentary Board.
of Haiti as translated from, "Le Moniteur", Port.au-Prince, Haiti, (Continued from page 9) en since many months by a crim- had reported t.m fo- all
SDecember 22, 1597. The "Sun" will publish a Title per week of te ficial of tis importance, because,, final hand' and that the disappear- must activities. ,i ''
Constitution as it appears In the'original. accentuates the Prefect Mr. Lau- dance of these documents would be Consequently dear ole
ONSTIUTIOrent is experiencing political diffi- the true reason for the long delay board is i'eally v1'rry Sorto
S' NSTT ON THE REPUBLIC OF HAITI 1957 culties with them and has to sign in IECO's work, Director Laurent within ODVA pIl this aii
N T REPUBLIcuments without knowing their ad to open an inquiry in this dir- ive mess'about which are
SECTION 2 contents. In some instances, they section on Thursday Feb. 11 ultimo, ing ijts -ow;m ppoyees and 'i.e.
"'to o the P i of the Republi, have even substituted names in, but engineer Nicholas St. Laurent, a.leni tes fro. .his htoo
Election of the President of the Republic f g
Electiosome notices of employment." it,.is claimed, .would have .tried to their heavrtsi. prsa -tl?
Article 98.--The President of the Republic shall be elected'by direct In this connection it can only be bring out that these plans.. ever' bnit who. arei' s ou .f.
suffrage and by a plurality of the votes cast. The law shall regulate a question of. first class officials existed and that "Brown and Fo b. o e. liv
cases of failure to hold or ancellatioi of elections in one of more because the handling of employ- has beer proceeding only by trials.it e
-'t caliti. mnt notices is only a, rivilege aid. errors. < Pwer wpill pe te
......, Arlocalities-. S m o which does. fall within tie province. Here is, thebi my dear colleagues, necessary-' str igltenin. s t.s .
Article 99.-Six months before the end of the President's term. of .only high ocials attheorgani-' .hat'the'bpard ol inquiry washable that in.the Admini ton
office, he shall convene the primary assemblies, which shall meet when nation. And'it is not at all suz;pris- to'ii iagast an pn p an organization of the State,
.-'so conened, or automatically .on the second Sunday of February, to ing that individuals who hale sto- hich'ias to work for 0te impiove- "all thought be- a daily victory o
let the residentof the Repuic.oped so low t commit So immoral i ht of the material "and' inoial community welfare, phylosphy ard
. th resident o e epu / actions are indulging in all kinds conditions of a whole' region: False- that all oiy starts apd ends wit
e ,..4 T organization and functioning of the election committees and the toon for which they're .audulent misappropiiation- of .t is, community weare. ,
: copunttig of the yotes shall be effected in :he manner and within the blamed .y the unfortunate .pd fl s fipy sc i sideht .R IEAUES
J a."i.e-linits specified by law. .. ants. : '' ', ,t ith its 'tran'"of .M1; 'The'Re .r: GE ON
-. -Article IO.-IT case the office of President, of the Republic becomes. Why should they' be afraid, ifde- d u kids aat- n TheMebers Lavoisier
at'tciv 1e6 'TH'Eblic becomes
ut,,' t' beciise; of depth or resignation, or for any other :reason, the fraudulosly subtact the ga her anw i gues E yl.ME.
e ... .... .. .., t tio s, a.re n ,.,.
'"- soline -of. -the company and crate nations are current,.,'noney, Laurent T LOIS, We be
.e silent of the Court of Cassation or,.in his absence, the President .o zombies infictitious contracts .ii c o to the o ndter SAT- .- -
s".15 6 46rg. hoe e ow.SA ,
': te.te National Assembly, or, in "his'.abseaince, the Vice President of the frder, to fairlyl! make.' roney, to. Jean-Baptiste, Cei e d Ge
T. I A1-.'Cer iiedte cdpk: te. Geie
ut f Cassatio or his absence, th- ;ice President of:the Nation- the, prejudle' of the -unfortunte i who .have. os ly. tto Scretary f'habe
or. "Jnh' absence, t k h hvbo' ,'t. '
i Assembly shall automatic y be vested provisionally with the Execit- p9p .whentey hav no. heiiit- b he sc uff if eck 'I Fe BAI iE
As. e.' ated to dem-e a n" th'emselvs so- r, reniuq-te, "wrong .e.:.e .,:' .
'V-Tve' wer "se -bat e' V i ... A
t'vei Power. ,. ,., brazenly in ihost shameful pirac- gt td ovheat.,,. '..... ..:.
SUde no circftustances may a r sidenit thus vested. ess. Ad i ey have"be'enoppo i sph'.h cusa-
be a canicitd orthe' Presidencyipl huhee ,inQ
candidate' f the Presid st h eeoti s b.direct ents up to the, point that report tionso the detriment f- honest d- PEC. ,
mg.- t..three (3) months. ...' ... have been addressed to the .co prh fcl tis a refuse ,to. o pq-rate with .*o r
,.age .wih- three 3 .. .,.* .. .. ., etent 'administration about 'the.dan ahne .I -the accqpslismnt..of' C T A D E- D
.il d r iil.ea t P f.b sfate thu' electedsall exercise his powers for ge'established by their behaviour th malract W. a "
Sn f six (6) yes.he is good ground for supposing .t, w. inded,':.t 4 r. t
S the iesignatioi.t he tPsident.of the Rep ublic,must be that the vox of pssio has always ng,, .l "
li theNaional snbly anb.ld :the vent of the dissolut- prevabi in their case; er the complained to, th toi '. iO rr
theo f duty? e aid' disorera iii te Ad-
--,est -- --" .." RARV'e t" a ..-
Jegislat e ~,, thme' C!ourt a assatiw The hoard $ table to kno nisf ition. hnave been; spenaiqA
?- TIN i ,' furthermore thatih'ea l a of the hoeday ..of .Fiday .-9tb LL DE
.' .'- : T E Seretaries of. States ,- "napen Tippetts'Abitt," include. ,t thPrefec of St a. -
.01..- eJaw-shall determin.-t nher ofe ministerial 'dep their inventoyhaye b sto hete qttrbe f e
,. .. b ess.' ..r'. -.. -.i -..: .. ,: ,
.e. tiibe res 'of Stte't na not be less.than .
-k 1 .-r C .
trh.deb t. t puc may, when he de .s necessary. "a dd. -
7tsiet Seetaries of.Statei whose 'powers shi eb dte&niined. byL" a :' e .IsS RATE""
Haitiai neer to have rend ed ti an na On -tiolty P e pai
e ta o- -al -rice~' e onodafu& lb Cap-ihrithand
Sor ne of Te ereta delegated .oo. .. '- .ol -.
|ea- mere tn gSu seall be signe b theA Cun/
:A J. ... .- -
oe,..Tr,.-u ya oty ; t RU '"" ."i"' "':P
.f. r-Gi J ,,e c r i. .. ,-e. .,s a, e- C o .- w't t .. ;. L t
,* casu m h s ot ecri
-',l t'hdel I s of the 'Council 'hal.' .be recorded in a. : ..
':mhe acho meeting -shall e signed the Counci -
V.VV. .V....V .. _os n '. ......e 'lp0 0 r0r e
sita. Se.retars, of State shall be amot -to th pen Lesao -o t
a..Arile 0Na--The ad Anlttite 5 of toiE 4ita t og0
and e .- onal. Ase ly to' support the bills "ind tntiiermC"a r l "'Pn '" 5.
5h u""""na5.ir- .''N Y '. r. o.C, :" .'7.
4t Exeputi ve P power : '.- '"', .-. .'i'. .SA 9 f
s of State sh4l b e r sponsi e, re pectively,
ioth-the acts of the.President of the 0Republic counters igne by' them '.l.t. .IN
rthoe of tbeir~derents, as well as for nonexecutionof. teIaw. M 4 "
no case, may a iritten Dr verbal order -of the' President of the '01' 'SLD '
1-, 'Republic re6'-e d e 6tar~ y of State of this responsibility. r. I
Srie 105.-Each Secretarr- of. State shall receive from the Public ".T1" ,
:A nd' ahrya mosithly.ncot.pensation of three thousand .(3,000,00) gourdees
and each-. Assistant. ary of State a monthly compensation of two- d il i
Thu:,.' sand (2,000.00) gourdes;
.Article 106.--,The 'ns-ecifiedi Article 53of 'this, Corostitution '' -, 0 ri
a' .,n.y1be neither Secretarii"' fState nor Assistant Secretaries of State. -',"" ."-"
S WASH IT!oT! Y tmaisM cls yFlight ti exi rtom Ciudsad Trujillo: o I
l. b3 hoursand 25 minutes to New York L-E CENTRE D'ARTh.ir
1t E iFounded,- 1944'
.Sybve hoursover, ouvnloal plstqn" tra el 'f
ZS NE S "ours U HIS-, AU P B IC-Te1 I
2..- I Dpartures eNery-Sunday, Tuesday'and Fri. .I44 ExeagD:
day' at 1:40, PM an' Super-6 'Cipers*fr- enol, Bigaud, Blan6hai Desro-
'0:. immediate colnectiops in Ciudad Trujill. ien, Domond, Duffaut," Hyppolite,
with Jet C lipers. Mb re. than 250,000 pas-- Joseph, Leontts, Ieveque, Lintaud,
senters have crossed the Atlantic by Pan "Montas, Narmil, Ohm, Pierre, St.
Arnrican Jet !ipH r--at i0-rilles-per-min-, 'rice, Stepha'e, r" w,,
*.uteL-For reservations see your!Trdvel Agent a" .. O -ers
or Pan American. I .R dv
1 ue d. la k ,evoution J
]FDPAY, MARCH 27, 1960
.- r..(Continued from page 6)
arket has to date proved diffic-
itas U.S. importers require than
of the cucumbers be over 2
id %ths inches in diameter.
That fail to come -'within
t rt standards are regarded as
ejects but not as rejects in the
jAiLal sense' of the word as they
e' unwanted only through size -
'ch has no detrimental effects on
edibility. As Leonard Brooks
menfed,"Exort grading is done
thmeticulous care and mistakes
been made, but time will rec-
Spraying is a task wIvch is re-
red constantly and is carried
',tbyi Hagiwara and his workers
atetrvals varying f r o m every
i to every 4-6 days, depending on
e.: growth of the crops. In ,spray-
ing.cucumbers, cantaloupes .-and
water .melon Watt uses DDD and
%alathion anid for, the tomatoes
Copper sulphate, DDT and malath-
ion are used consistently. Although
the" last crop of tomatoes for this
season are to be finished shortly,
4 replaced with corn, the cucum-
ber harvests are expected to" con-
nue for at.) least another two
months. ODVA officials stated
to date some 575,000 have
into the planting of tomatoes
cucumbers $800 for 140 acr
ODVA also plans to grow gi
fruit, oranges and other ce
fruits in the Vegetable areas
give the .people both addition
their diet and a further mean
income. .. .
ODVA are devoting a
area of irrigated land to the
ivation of. rice 22,000 hectic
and officials state that such is
demand both in the country
ricts and in the Capital City
the storage rooms at the De
Mill is practically devoid of
with little more to come in for
cessing until the 6ext harves
No shortage of rice is likely-
ever as there are approxui
100 rice mills, owned by private
dividuals in the valley and t
can provide ample ride for the
sumers demands. ODVA plans
ever to extend its facilities at
Dezeau Mill with the additid
a larger rice-dryer '-(the pr
dryer. is capable of' handling
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C$ipgs, with customs problems. :I o Sel'
-La di Creole ha made it possible to hay
purchased abroad, particularlyy in Haiti, iir
lioe, in most cates atpricmS Clteapet than yDU.
.g. _ItthroughaccOh Og dbY, a, your o .ther
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ON A CATON OF. FIVYEBOTTL
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69 wi, I'd
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So kin g-Loaon FrentiAi
that 1 ,ton per hour) and more spacious present .time tie rice is dryed to ation -are severely lacking .iAi..s"
gone storage facilities. a large extent by hand on a con- fundamei.tfls and waste not only
and Officials say that this season with create area outside the mill and a a large amount ,of rice but"al
es. 22,000 hectares in rice paddies lot of it is lost through rain -,it major proportion of the paic.led.i
ape- (with the crop amounting to -bout is hoped that the expected dryer land. .'
itrus 1 ton per hectare, on an average) will put a stop to this. Further loss -, .
s to and with two. crops being gathered occurs through lack of storage The peasants divide, their i'.i e-
n to in each year, the potential is for space and space which is suitable plots into hundreds of' litti*
s of. 45,000 tons of rice per.season- They (any wet storage space above a. ed" paddies, each surrounded: a=.|
add that last week $11,000 worth of moisture content of 20-28 per cent formidable ',all of earth and mud.
ODVA rice was sold in Port-au- means rapid loss and deterioriat- obstensibly to control ivate flow '.
wide Prince and an additional $5,000 ion.) A 600 ton silo is to be erected anid in some cases to grow supiple-:.
cult- worth in the Artibonite area. to, counteract this. mentary produce on. ODVA. fii nt-
ares, Several factors are claimed by Storage and drying ,failures are gainss that apart from the high pro-
the the ODVA administrators as being not the only causes of rice loss. portion of wasted and potential rice -
dist- detrimental to gaining the full ppt- ODVA officials state 'that ,he time- land 'the peasants are unwittingly
that ential in rice production. At the honored methods of Haitian cultiv- %oviding ideal places for thous-
zeau ands of rats who devoui wast quan-
rice titiqs or ripe rice. ODVA's solut-
pro- -ion to this is to abolish the hib
st in dykes and bring them down to *at-
S er level as being ordinary rats and
how- not of the water variety the rodents
aiely would then be easily eradicated.
these In the past ODVA has combated
con- the rat menace to a certain extent .
how- with rat poisons and is curlthtly
t the carrying on an eradicatidn "e-. im
n of aign against the rice destMyers. ,,"-"
esent The officials also state that flooda-
only a' ing the paddies with wat s, : a
RV- C A M ER A S AT FIll: p'1lP I IWI':'.C
.RUE BONNE FOI
manager :.KrN AIR-CONOITIONED
obsolete and unnecessary, measure "
now outmoded and serves onlythe
purpose of keeping down'.weeds.= ^;'w
They add though' that thie bchang
e. to unwatered areas without dykes. .-
and on large fields .is a- changee
s. which would take years to,histill to :"`N
ut the peasant farmers and is one"'t::
which it the U.S. took .5 years 'to. d
er come to fruitition. 6So far ODVA- .
has spent some $512,000'on the erad- "'"
ication of the--rat problem. -.
Another eflcbuntere .rb6lemin ..
the peasant habit of. growing crops i
in the near vicinity of the Wier and "
canal banks. To
along 'the '-tops of the river .*anks,'
thus providing. a supleifienthry
food and proveniive to .he. rap-
idly spreading' eosioi problem.
CAo'flN, ASKINGG ELANT
At Pont Sonde. a vegetable, pack-
ing and canink plant iD nearing
the last stages of completion. Con-
sisting of a large packing andm carn- "'
rnng plant and a scheduled, cooling
room, the plant is situated close
to the main road to provide a han-
dy and economic outlet for produce "
handled at the plant. Canning and,
packing equipment have been pur- -
chased by ODVA for the plant and
officials are awaiting the schedul-''.
ed arrival, of Bob Kirwan to
fit the equipment. Dealing
as a start mainly with tomatoes,-
the plant is expected to have a
handling capacity for 300 acres of'
tomatoes (9,060,0001bs) per season.
The tomatoes products produced
at the plant are expected to be
mostly those of the paste (which
will, according to officials, cut down
the large HAitian import annually
of the product) puree and catchup
varieties. ODVA states that at a
later date the plant may move on
expanding to other vegetable can-
ning and in this direction a refridg-
eration and cooling room are being
erected next to the plant.
Cans for the plants products are
to be imported from the U.S. in a
broken down state and will be as-
sembled by workers at the plant.
ODVA is hoping to acquire and
train a Haitian to look after ,the
running of the Vegetable plant.
Also near the plant ODVA has
planned an abattoir for the slaught-
ering and processing of cattle and
livestock which one official laid
will "be sold on any available
(Continued on pae IS)
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PAuGE 12 B l A -
(Continued from page U) vicinity of the c\
markett" A similar abattoir is also these too were gi
''- planned for chickens. the Heifer Projec
A chicken farm has been set up only 26 of the ori
by ODVA who look after the chicks remain as they c
up till the age of six weeks when of respiratory dis
they are sold at cost to families, to be destroyed. It
farmers and members of Four C whether or not th
together with a balanced diet of will be used for b
feed. Purchasers of broilers cultiv- .Directly opposite
-ate the birds until 10-12 weeks of packing plant in
age and ODVA expects to provide 160 acres of land
a guaranteed market for them as ently being clear
as it does with eggs from pullets These 160 acre!
kept by the farmers for laying pur- eqtly covered in
.'. ses. and had at one t
The birds are all provided-to OD- of a pottery factor
VA by Heifer Projects Inc., a non- to the area being
profit organization. Several thous- ond name Pott<
: and of the chickens have been pla- which say official
ced to date and Andrew H. Peyton, never had water,
S' senior Agriculture Technician of I- and will be co
CA states that, -"They were admitt- with corn as soo
S-edly at first slow in taking on but Fences are also
".. ow we have an acute 'shortage." ound the large ac
New Hampshire chickens are us- the 400 odd anin
ed by the organization for meat and clearing. woik co
egg production while White Legh- in the area. Aft
-- orns-serve principally as egg prov- has 'been harvest
idors. Ducks are also kept at the be grown in the
-. ~ chicken farm and these are to be age of torn the
first. used for breeding and then Brown and Root
S.' laced in the rice paddies to in- the Peligre Dam
'i trease the duck population further. cement will ultin
TI."provide for the increase and use at St. Marc,
demand for chickens ODVA has er- als. '
ect- two large "runs" and is
,.wa ig, nests. Two' drag-lines
&-6''. Hog are also kept in'-the near week clearing sU
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chicken farm and
ven to ODVA by
ts .Inc., although
ginal 50 received
contracted a form
ease and 24 had
is now uncertain
e remaining hogs
e the canning and
Pont Sonde are
i which are curr-
d and irrigated.
s were until rec-
scrub and trees
ime been the site
)ry which has led
titled with a sec-
ery. This big area.
als has previously
is being canaled
Dn as it is ready.
being erected ar-
creage to keep out
mals which before
er- the corn crop
ed, vegetables will
area. For the stor-
four silos used by
A (contractors for
project) to store
lately be put into
say ODVA offici-
were at work this
It and weed from
the ,canals which the two large
machines piled at the sides of the
channels. ODVA officials state that
the clearing of the irrigation can-
als is a full-time job and one which
has to be concluded this season be-
fore the rains begin to prevent full-
scale flooding of the area. ,
At Pont Sonde and Deschapelles
houses for the inemberk of ODVA
have been repaired and modernized
in attractive grounds and many
have been refurnished.
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(June thru September 1960)
located Morne Hercule Petlon,
2 bedrooms, livingroom, dining-
room, swimmingpool, l a ra g e,
FOR RENT: L
(Chemin des Dalles).
Six large tooms newly built with
waiting room and bathrooms.'
Ideal for business offices, pr com-r
panies, also far two separated ap
Address No. 29 Chemin_ des
Daleq or Phone 5922..
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about the collective interest and the
prestige of the Haitian Nationality
would be disposed .to encourage
"gaspillages", -(wasteful practices).
They. would even be disposed to
declare that they depend directly
from the Americans. The terms. of
STRUGGLING COUNTRY BEING ,.
MADE .'SCAPE GOAT'? '
Panorama, the weekly newspaper the contract would -authorizei,.
edited by Mr. Paul Blanchet (Min- employees of ODVA (Americans' K
sister of Information and Coordina- so-called Haitians) to ignore the inh'
tion,) made the following statem- terests of a community,-of a c
ent in Wednesday's, March 23rd, ry, and of a nation as poor asjHiati.
edition and which was reprinted in "This country .that struggles -
Le Nouvelliste the same day: hard to survive, thanks to the earii,:
"We wrote recently that the int- estness of some of its children, can"
erests of the country are engaged it again be the "faire les frais de/
in ODVA, that the Haitian Govern- I'aisance" (scape goat) for the lux-
ment must then keep an eye on ury of the others and endure inde
how the work progresses, and how finitely. their haughtiness?.
the funds are utilized because it 'd the Haitian 'State engages it-
is the Haitian state that MUST re- self to respect, its signatures mean-
inburse the loan. ing to reinburse its debts, it must
effectively control the utilization of
"Some people who do not care the loan 'granted..
"If then one should listen to some;
talks of those "Messieurs" of OD-01
VA-it will remain to be .asked it
the. ODVA is an.- independent .or-.:
ganism of the Haitian State,.- or a.
state in the free Republic of Haiti.l
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du Centte aud'i.ue des Cesars. You will find the Tomiatoes.: '
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(Continued f(om page 1)
people organized a pilgrimage
Bel-Air and invoked the inter-
gsion of Our Lady of Perpetual
health for an ending to the epid-
c which had left its mark on
be population. A. short time 'after
ee piligrimage the epidemic ceas-
The people chose March 24th, the
versary of the plague 30 years
o -to make Thursday's pilgrim-
; this time.under happy circum-
~ tanse and to pay their homage in
e. same- chapel to the profound
sture of Pope John XXIII.
4jdong those attending the cere-
fnihony .were, the Archbishop' of Port-
% aiPrin'ce, S. E. Mgr. Poirier, the
!Charge d'Affairs of the Nonciature,
-Mgr. Db Andrea and a number of
Catholic priests including, R. P.
f Bellec, General 'Vicar, Le Guerr,
-Cuie of the Cathedral, Le Nir,' Ge-
iten teral Secretary and Le Houillier,"
i2 .-:Attache at the Nonciature. The par-
. .ishioners left the Chapel at Bel-
-Air late in the evening.
At the left can be seen the giant church candle given as
a gift to Haiti by his Holhiess .Pope John XXIH.
In the -Chapel at Bel-Air, S. Exc. Mgr. Poirier with Charge d'Affairs.
of. the Nonciature, Mgr. De Andrea (at right) and at the left, the Re%.
:,Fathers Le Houillier and Le Nir.-
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.' Petioville. 4
The British Ambassador to Haiti,
Gerard' Thomas Corley Smith, C.
M. G.,. returns this weekend to
Port-au-Pnnce from 'a conference
of British Ambassadors recently
held in 'Mexico City. Of a week's
-duration, the conference was (att-
ended by British envoys in Central
America and the Caribbean.
Ambassador Smith, who arrived
in Haiti to take up his new position
ion February 29th, accompanied by
his wife and daughter Nichole, is
expected to present his letters of
credence to the President of the
Republic, Dr. Francois Duvalier,
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SUNDAY, MARCW ,:
IN HAITI THIS WEEK
(Continued from page 3) '
here with Bishop Voegell, Father Burrows, DeWitt Peters and Pierre
Monosiet of the Centre d'Art.
Lawyer Morton Goldfine and his wife of Boston, Mass., and M. Sey-
mour Epstein, Executive of a Department Store in. Madison, New Jer-
sey and his wife are guests at the Chatelet de la Montagne Noire.
Mrs, James P. Berkeley, wife of a USMC Major General, is a guest
in Haiti of the Head of the USMVOC Mission here, Col. Robert Heinl Jr.
and his wife. Mrs. Berkeley's husband, Major General James P. Ber-
keley is the son of late General Berkeley who was Chief of the Police
here during the occupation.
General Pra6ticioner Dr. Merny Laster, from Freeport, L. I., and his
wife spent a few days at the El Rancho this week.
Jean H. Theard is introducing to Haiti Fernando Santiago, Supervisor
of Warner-Chilcott Laboratories in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico.
Women's Sportswear Manufacturer and New York Real Estate man
Joseph Hazan is on his second visit to Haiti with his wife, Jane Freil-
S richer, a well-known New York artist. Jane has just completed a success-
f ful exhibit.
Architect Eugene R. Fortun was greeted here Tuesday^ by Dick
Abbott, Head of the local Pan Am Office. Mr. Fortufi was here for two
days to set pp the new Pan Am city office in the Maison du Canada
Lieutenant Axel Toussaint has returned to Port after spending 14
'. weeks in the U.S. where he took a familiarization course with:the traffic
problems in several U.S. Cities, and "lso completed a qualification
test. He was Installed here this weet as the provisional Head of' the
Service de Circulation des Vehicules des Forces Armees d'Haiti.
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Te news came to Haiti this week that the wife of Dr. Ivan Goldberg,
Judy Loss of Brooklyn, New York, had her first child at Barnes Hosp-
ta, St. Louis, 'Mo., on March 10. The baby, a daughter, is a called
Boi Ellen ad weighed in .at birth at %lb. 13 ozs.
S. Visiting guests of Jack Kosloff, of the International Casino, were Mr.
Dewey Aber a phot- Edito for' Aflas New Photo .Service and his wife
Ade-ine-"a columnist on women' styles and Mr. Jack Bernsfein, Edu-
of*-, .~, |T p arty
catoral retor of the Brooklyn Academy and his, wife. The party
st d afthe:E lRaicho and were shown around the Capital by the
Sao's'MC. Gerard Nau. ..
Di. Joseph G. Keller, a Pedodontist from New York and his wife have'
j ust coitpjeted a teri day stay in Haiti.
Muriy and Nancy Knobel'"are revisiting Haiti and are in company
with, blond heiress Lenore Naitove of Miami and John M. Lawrence
and his wife. John Lawrence 'owns a handsome yacht which he intends
S bringing here on his next trip.
Dr. Robert Gross of Maplewood, New Jersey made a successful trip
here this -week to help organize thl fund for. the League Against Cancer.
Dr. Gross is a noted Radiologist.
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A .1olemn Celebratibn of Holy
Communion will take place at 8:30
A.M. Palm Sunday. April 10, at the
Cathedral. The Rt. Rev. C. Alfred
Voegeli, Missionary Bishop of Haiti,
and the -Very Rev. Roger Desir,
Dean of the Cathedral, will partici-
pate in the service which will 'in-
clhide the Blessing of the Palms.
Fr. Spitz said that English explan-
ation of the service will be avail-
able in the Cathedral.-
The Regular English language
service will follow at 10:30 A.M.
On Maundy Thursday, April 14,
Holy Communion will be celebrated
at 8:00 A.M. at the Cathedral. Good
Friday services grille he .hld from
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Fiaiti has been invited to enkr
a representation in a shooting corn-
petition to be held in the Republic
of Panama from the 4th-8th of Ap-
ril. The General of the "Forces Ar-
mees d'Haiti" has signified that a
delegation of Army morksmen will
compete in the shoot (Haiti has a
world-wide record as being a count-
ry with competent marksmen and
has on one occasion taken the
World Championship for Marksman-
Other countries expected lo par-
ticipiate in the Panamian meet are,
Bolivia, Brazil, Chile! Peru, Ecuad-
or, Columbia, Paraguay, Uruguay,
Venezuela, Costa Rica, Honduras,
Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador
and" of course Panama.
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The holder of the winning ticket receives a WESTFS
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ased or the equivalent in cash at their convenience.
N.B.-The employees of TENASA and TELE-dHAMI dO.
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Noon until 3 P.M. A Good Friday 4 -
Service with meditations on the 4 IF YOU WANT THE -
Seven Last Words of Christ will
be coriductedby Fr. Spitz at the A X C E L N E
Chapel of St. Vincent's School.
"A Celebration of Holy Commun- ... CJ ... A
on will be held at 10:80 A.M. East- ATMOSaPI-MR. .T EN
er Sunday, April 17, in English, at ACCEPT WARM
he Cathedral. .. A W l
Sunday School for children and -
discussion for adults takes YOU AT "
place each Sunday following serv- .
Rehersals for the English choir I 4 y- |f 9
Lre held at 9 A.M. each Saturday. a s q
EVANGELISTWHITE D I N E AT T H E
U.S. Evangelist Wally White was
n Haiti recently preaching at the 'u 4" .
Theatre de Verdure each day for 4 i qe y a I '
a week. He bought with him two. '
accomplished pianists whose talents HAITIAN AND AMERICAN W
ire well recognized in tee United CUISINE
States; they were Merill Dunlop, a C ISNE '
pianist who has written many 4 ONLY A FEW MINMUTE3S FROWM
church songs and choruses and Bob 4 TOWN 'N ,PETIONVILLE.
N1achbacken..The Gospel week was
includedd at the Theatre last Sun-
N A., MARCH 27, 1960
A A -i A rT IlN AGII 5- A -L' W
-.fely Karine .urgers daughter
offr;. and Mrs Toni Burgers and
i sc F1shers of the International
.eering Company (Artibqnite
anal builders) are planning a May
f.wedding. They will make .their
me in California. '
lFei chtii^ a flie Wi'^Ti
Bk is ckl-.m. iTort. The el
,own b.nk. a' eco-omist is at
-Mbntna-a rtuns to WashvtO
sek'1..mHis mnQOer is aling in
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=a'jorie Bruenig, State Depapt-
et grantee is entertaining her
ther .who is visiting fr6m Newr
o'ork. Mrs. Bruenig arrived twenty-
i.ur, hours after her welcome be-
..ae Port-au-Prince airport is not
equippedd for night landings.:
i'Toda at. 5,pmstudents atSt. Rose
ide- Lma i. Lalue are putting on
s':w .W hit e and the Seven
dwarffs''.- Therese 1hipps .will paly
iSow White. .
The Vrai Jazz is the name of a
new' twice weekly- jazz programmer
er. RadiodLffusion Haitienne with
seake.r Gerard Merceron. Jazz
s will tune in 1:15pm each Wedn-
isday and Sunday for their mus-
,.-Deputy Rameau Estime flew to
A.er a two-months visit tq his
Zhome in Port, Jacques Armand. re-
i.L4trs to his' sti dies at New York
inette. Liautaud is going t6 study
"'"ral, Decoration in Europe.
..Mtr. and Mrs. Roger Denis leave
au-Prince today on their first
'Et pean vacation in several years.
ick Takis, Proprietor of the
ingsley Inn, Bloomfield Hills,. Mi-
chigan, returned to towo on Friday
onboard a criisesbip and lunched
at the Choucob.ne.
A bright "buffet dinner was given
by the Thomas .McKinnleys (Point
IV Forestry' Division) at their Pa-
cot residence Friday night to say
.I.rewrT.o e o-s.. -
:Lt-olponel' "d ,s. T.onis Ben-
io .Tigh6 gave and hosted a-dinner
part' in Pacot. n.eridaX .evening
for Mrs Jaiges P. Be-k.i,. wife
of the. famous Marine -Major- Gen-
eral. i '
Engineer-Architect Ge r a" d H.
Hippolyte, left,'. Haiti. Tuesday for
tColombia where he wi&li-sp:cialize
in Architectural work.
Mireille Bien-Alme and Se.q ge
Mercier were married at SL- Ger-
ard churchh at 6p' Thursdday.
-The Bank Populaire Colombo
Haitienne celebrated its fifthf"'anni-
,ersary this .moith. Ma'i Duviyier-
wrote an eulogy to the Manager
uan Vialar arid hi tam. -
'Venezuelan .EBibassy, Secretary
Euchdes 1Russin'.is, curr.ily on
Sri issi6n o f aaci.s. '
Dr. Robert John Gross, Director
of the Department of' Radiology
and Cancer at St. iMary's HQlspital
New Jersey, spoke at the Interna-
tional Club de Commerce on Wedn;
esday. ,He discussed the. problem
of the "Haitian League agaifist Can-
cer" and 'called for 'the business-
men to give it their backing.
A son, to be
born to Mr. and
right at Canape
named Jef, was
Mrs. J. Hi Wain-
Vert on Monday.
Physician and Lawyer, Dr. R
Hamfin is vacationing in Haiti
TIPCO Bldg. --- Place Geffrard
Boston, Mass. Dr. Hamlin is. ..a
teacher at Harvard- University.
Mr. and Mrs. W. .A. Comer from
the Defence- Department in Wash-
ington, D.C., are spending a week's
relaxing vacation in Haiti and are
staying at the Sans Souci Hotel.
The Death of a travel Agent here'
this week caused consternation and
regret both here and in the U.S.
The question of whether a deceas-
ed. travel agent is eligible for the
75 per cent discount aose and he
delayed embalming of the upfort-
unate man who died of a heart att-
ack. provoked two cables from .the
White Hojse one of which was sign
ed by 1Mr. Herter... Snooker Roy is
spending two weeks here with her
Pa returning to work in New York
next-. Sunday... Dr iaymond Borno
and wife Francoise returned yest-
erday from a fortnight vacation in
Miami. Dr. Borno who put on ten
pounds says he is .back .'in good
health and will return to.his work
next week... PAA station Manager
at Johlu Quinn is offering a reward
_for the return of his 8 millimeter
movie camera -a Japanese made
Helma- The Quinns are more int-
ei'ested in getting -the film back
*than' the camera. It contains- shots
of their baby taking its'first steps...
Dr and lMr M. B. Acorn of Olymp-
ia Washington arrived yesterday to
vacation with"their daughter, vife
of the Traffic consultant -Roy Carl-
son... The first fatal traffic accid-
ent of-the-year (1960)--was rqgister-
ed March 24th when a motorist ran
downr a pedestrian before the Port-
au-Prince's customs House.... Rob-
ert Sansaricq flew to New. ork
Friday... Mrs Fortuna Guery flew
to the U.S. this' week...
B acoulou Clu b
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JX THAT TS N3? "AML THAT iS OFFERED BY
ATURED ITEM ON THE MENU IS THE STEAK '
AND ON SUNDAY 'NIGHTS
COULOU is located at Petionville .on the Square.,
AND JEWEL ROLLER BEARINGS
On Sale At: Canape Vert
Aux Cent Mille Articles
Dadlani's Maison Orientale
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Wednesday this week was very Dave HMaralson has mo vedt ..i
gay at the Ss .'Souci wJpire the Brasilia .s PAA cbef. mechanic on
International Club of Commerce the new Jetairport. Mrs Haralson 'A"
held -their businessmens' luncheon. is visiting friends in San Juan be-
Lunch was also enjoyed by a group fore flying to join her husband. .
of. New Orleans' Doctors visiting *
Haiti during the course of a cruise Henri Merceron was given a- ga
on the Franca C. The Doctors tour- la surprise party at the El ,aa., ',1-..
ed the City, visited Kenscoff and cho last .night on his birthday an-
finished their Haitiari sojourn with niversary.
an evening at the Satis Souci. *
**" Olga.Wiener celebrated her.-f:'k
day at the Villa .C eole
Dr. Elmer Loughlin returned to clan Thu.rday .night. -
Haiti Friday' afternoon with his *
mother Mrs Emma Loughli and Denise.Magolreiand"Lion. '
Stevens Montes. Interior 'ad Na- chard: will "rry at S i Rin "-:.f
tional Defence Mnister Dr. Aurele Petionville Saturday April "9th '
4oseph welcomed his friend and col- nise 'is .the daughter. of Mr
league back from 'three month id Mrs; Augusle i'Magloire and
&' U .S. is the son of Judge and /irsi "a-'
Mrs Farid-Sada, the former Mile '.
Claudinette Joseph returned -from Art Shiapiro of Avis Rent A..Ca
Chicago Friday for a brief visit system returned to Detroit yest-.,.
with ; her family. Her husband is day er visiting his operation both
practicing edjcine in Chicago. .here and other darib Islands. '
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Honorat Returns From
Ney York CTA Meet
(Continued from page 1)
ed form to the 'Census Bureau, Wa-
The first American Census took
place in 1790, when the thirteen
American states had an estimated
population of 5,300,000 persons. It
has taken place every ten years
since. This year the Census Bu-
reau has installed electronic com-
putlg data to transcribe and re-
cord statistical results. The addi-
tion of this electronic data is ex-
pected to result in census tabula-
tions 'being available to the public
from six to 18 months earlier than
While the census provides a
wealth of statistical daft to stud-
ents of modern America, its origin-
al purpose still holds, i.e. to pro-
vide a count so that seats in the
House of Representatives be app-
ortioned Constitutionally to' the
States "according to their respect-
Mr. J. J. Honorat, Secretary of the Caribbean Tourist Association A
Board, was a guest of honor at a recent CTA party in the new offices ANNOUNCING
In New York. Mr. Honorat is shown at the left talking with P. Grimm SWEEPSTAKES
President o-Transmar and former Presidnet of Transcontinental Hotels WINNER AWAITED ,
and 'Dr E.. Martelo, Vice President of CTA and Director of the Colombia Cable notice from the n i t e d
.National Tourist Board. States is beihg awaited with keen
anticipation in Haiti, and particul-
: .. .:. early by one St. Marc resident, for.
-...;' there is one scheduled, cable' of
N ErtPERRE DIRECTOR' GENERAL whi will nnouncethe
A W- N- JE MPtR E E DIfRECTOR GENERAL winner of the first drawing of the
IN -LEOGANE GETS 'OF NAL. EDUCATION Republic of Haiti Hospital and Ed-
FIV YEARS. FOR RESIGNS ucative Funds Sweepstakes nd
"the lucky recipient of the 50,000
ILLING BROTHER. ,. doarfirst prize.
Mr. Antoine Guerrier, Director dollar
'-':" Alain.Jeani-Pierre was sentenced General of National Education Authoriz and controlled by the
Haitian Government, the 1st draw-
:-:,to--fve. years -imprisonment this handed in his resignation. to the Hian o GOvernment,`te (st d2ow
:IS .week: a.Leogane for killing his President of the Republic -Tuesdayng the: Swepae (based on
.-";b.roth, The milderer was perpe- afternoon. It is not known whether Grand Natlonal Steeplechase
:. over queIiaon parental her- Mr. Guerrier's resignation has been maj Englishhorse ,ace run at
,.-_ aiae..- -. accepted or the reason for it.
S. was held at the offices of the Hai-
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this week. -
33 horses were entered in- the
Gran d National, therefore, there
were' 33 bulletins at the drawing
which were numbered and stamp-
ed with -the name of each of the
horses; these weie placed in one
drum while in a larger drum were
placed the stubs of all the tickets
sold. Two nurses -were in charge
of the drawing.
Out of the 33' numbers picked 5
were sold in Haiti. Four of these
holders will receive consolation
prizes ranging from 25 dollars up
while the lucky fifth, a resident of
St. Marc and believed to be a'
young man, drew the horse picked
as favorite for the race. The, all-
important cable will shortly put
him either out of or further into
his present nervous state.
(Continued from page 1)
*although the waters are high and
are still rising, they do not appear
violent nor causing flooding.
The Southern districts of the Re-
public have been the source of re-
ports of violent winds and rains es-
pecially in the .Valley of Jacmel
where a heavy storm is reported
to have struck the region and dest-
royed a number of homes as well
as the harvests of Haricot beans
- already in flower.
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