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Haiti sun ( May 29, 1960 )

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Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: May 29, 1960

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00264

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

Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: May 29, 1960

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00264

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avenue. Marie-Jeanne -- CITE DUMARSAIS ESTIME -Phone: 2061 VOL XII MAY 29th, 1960 .



ilags To Rags '-Furor

NAVY RELAXES-IN JACMEL Over Haitian ode

Lengths of cotton cloth sold on the Poi't an
market by ;Iaiti's renowned lMarchands' aenings'
3 Shots in Head ,r as. ormdi i" raiment otrrolor'.or0e
Burglar Slain By mode.have arotised U.S. State. Department,
the extent that the Administration might i
Detective to bar sales .of the "material" ith a neo .wJa
"Fools rush in where Angels ."U.S. Flags Shipped to Haiti forty-eight-stai. a nd__
fear to roadd" Ain.old adage of For Rags'; stated a May 26th star emblems pi-obably ca
m:niLch.-wisdom, a ~iisdom borne headlined story in the New York the U.S. Stete Departmidn t*
out .repeatedly by the spate of times openirfg with "The State as much recurring surprise~
fatalities, incurred by would-be Department said today (May 25 did tp Port-au-Prince. merchhiad k
thieves ifi r cent weeks- th,) that a New York wholesaler who first discovered tIhe .fl 4i -
:Latest to.- fai.l 'to take notice had shipped United States flags amongst US. purchased biales.-of
:of that wije saying is the unna- to: Haiti for use as dress goods, materials .some six. months agp..
med man in- his early 20's and curtains and scrub rags. It said These mnrithants logically fi:.-J
described as a burglar who was it was trying to stop the pract- ured that if American exporters:
slain by, a detective in the Tour- ic. "saw nothing. wrong .with. it".- it
ist Office at lamn Friday this News of this new use for the was alright with them and ,i
_week. i_ colorful red, white,, A;nd'i.
The "young man, felled for flags "hit"' the capital's ma~-i j ii
good-by three bullets from the P te Co 'ets with reuft ses the
detective's revolver, unfortunat- material .blo'sso m ing out b .
ely was. not planning a tourist TogethernessSevered r si,,e scares,
vacation at the early hour. of o .w caseBs, bed- covers; p.il.W,
the morning when he was caught Hundreds of. Capois.. staged fgs. and mn d& :'"


tourist being the Source behind the sel-
ted'veradyar'$wok.i-th

s"' t.N.orth by "Pote Cole" the ng of the UnitdStaes national.
Storybestowed on tePoint Fwour O rprt-. ( u


ganiztion duriaig its beginnings
*wholes1
al i spast oo Welatin ses largest city, project has been "fd
I suDereda r upu- ARIEsFLORENCE ROY EXHdBIiTS ~coductig a boosting of farm
...l .. being the Source behind the sel-
Sed over a year'slth educatiowork in thand of the UnitStates national
eNorth by "P.te Cole" theef nerng
a once aff6ctionate Creole term RB-.. O -
ArItI G O t b. PLO UNCO Von or- R D hsiness growedonthe Point Four Or-





rGnte, Loui De A Wl n(Continued on page )
gan tion durg its beginnings. en
ahereo ..wee198 who ske its "I'V BEEE, ,
.arly- Hour Arrests- And Searchesinauguration as the United Sta- .. :'
rn of relative tes; largestaid aidprject habeen
n msuovffered a rupithr- MARIE FLORENCEDiROY EXHIBITS ctatorshi



fs-with the comunicption 1 0
*Rr to for-mr piesient ,'. ..business growth with program-
Iate Louis Dej.ie no " ..(Continued on page 2)


ie Louis Dejoe, at his .., .
at in New York. written N.,
P hore thi week. -




r veoluaions condemning Fren-
Down Coloonial i tht prssm
over e t plot is saidatriots; Mitar dct-
een uncovered wiLh-t ie Dictatorships in three South A
in the communication Cuba Reoluion and te api-
25th Louis Djord at hisi aions of te you hat coun-
Sth6me today ofwhich he e-ry to s moe liberty and
turn from a visit to eslutionscondemning Fren-
rt au Prince Insuran- colonials the first congress
ureo tMe dlne d er oAlgeriang patriots; Mitpage art dict-
rt sthe ns l ere n Le M.torships in three South Ank. r-
acan countries aloog withe entia re-
inze persons wpage 2)t solution of solidarity with the
the earlr ready footCuban Re pubolu ication andthe aspi-
25ations of the youth ofed t hat coun-
the da ofthe Civil y towards more liberty and
e Ro ds e-vel being Studere the major aldts
plt au Prince Insuran- reposed by the first congress n who have p hased the U.S.
[ ,Rony Che~aet Sr.. was if the Union of Hai'ian students
i.t 1 AM Wednesday, .alicording to a frpnt page article
-bi nd-two servants were el n Le Matin this week.
after that day when aPromising to publi,,h the entire
.1.tiuued o-' page 2) works of the congre:.s when they
..re ready for publication the Le
',__'__:2- ._/[atmn stated that all subjects
,hat are the preobc'gnation of
lorenee Roy-sands be- University Students t he world
lr.rouip of her paintings over, from Turkey to Argentina One of the many peasanwoi.
-display being currently were treated by the Haitian stud- en who have purchased the U.S.
at the El Rancho Hotel ents. Flags not knowing that it was J
1IK (Continued on page 2) "Old Glory" itself.








PAGE 2

..I

C. In Haiti This Week


AS RECOUNTED

BY

AUBELIN IOLICOEUR

Again this week, hosts of honeymooners are having their happiest
Holidays in' Haiti: Newly weds Samuel Gallin, Vice President of
":Rosebags Company" of Haiti and his pretty wife Marjorie arrived
Sphere' this week for a few days at El Rancho Hotel. Energetic Ma-
.tmfacturer Sam Gallin said that he could not find a better place
|lto .spend his honeymoon. Sam has been coming here many times
J4year for he last twelve years. At Villa Creole Hotel two honey-
iooning couples Dr. Rolfe Becker, an Ophtalmoogist from Minn-
.apolis and his wife Sylvia, an Office Manager, and Technical
4witer Samuel Pantel he writes missile books and his wife
Diaorothy of Melrose, Mas. are experiencing the treatment given
bIy Lina and Dadal Assad to the honeymooners
"f'Ater her tenth, trip here, we have lost the count, Connie Cox
Sis back again. She is one of the two sisters the other one is
s Charles Kriegh, who makes St. Louis, Mo. famous in Haiti.
onne works for the Telephone Company of St. Louis, Mb. Hosts
idf Haitian friends were at the airport Thursday afternoon to greet
i.her. She is spending a ten day vacation at the Oloffson.
iSalesman.of Furniture Melvin Tick and his wife Charlotte from
denver, Colorado are enjoying a 4 day vacation at the Villa Creole.
I:,lbert, ..d7.eresa Sohiit are guests at the Oloffsoh. Albers is
anJi UgM:'\e" tfor the Town, Plan and Zoning Department
"n~l i ct:icut.'This Department is responsible for con-
ions and highways.
Wolfgang von Hagen and his wife Silvia-from Peru are
Si't testt -at'th; Oloffson. Victor is a writer on Jndians, his
fil. ii ps .Textile- designed .
ing. ,n Anthony .W Perry of London en mute to Eur-
oferfr'years.in Philadelphia, PA stopped here for'a week.
'o lihe :has studied Marketing and for three-he .as worked
t.e t o *- .
ii. Ptid, Jr., Representative of J: D.Marshall International-
t,(a tit:rtv pany ,f Chicago) is visiting here again from his
SinPuerto ico. .
Vlr in florowitz and. his. beautiful wife Lavonne of Boston arriv-
.edhere 'thlsweek for. a 5 day respite in Haiti. Melvin is in the
]Estate BuSiness'in Massachusetts. Realtor Melvin and charm-
St.guests pt the El Rancho.
i and 'Joiy Mace, of Delta Airlines in Dallas,
ri Tef.fre staying a,week at the Montana Hotel.
ga, a dehtal outse 'travelling along
Slpa, a Secretary, both from Boston stopp-
T'oeir in the Caribbean. They are guests
S..i'gre escorted by Victor Greiger of Holel
.. ..... ,Tamas of the Shop Canape-Vert. .
1 irS. 'Eccles bought eir family here 5n;their
S tN elr S. Eccles is a Business Executive in
tah,,.his .daughter Nancy is working
lri rancco,o and his sbn ,Spencer F. Eccles,
s accompanied with his. wife. The

e." urance Company in.-Chicago and
:l te;Haitian "joie de vivre",.They are
A -
Po l d Jery Carlisle from Atlanta, .Ga are
fr fto.eeks lPisa Lawyer and her husband is a Sales-
.i'Pape pr.dcts
liand Albert Richter of New York are curent guests in
lti's ian ..ngineer. They .enjoyed very much the dancing

.04-'of the Public Works Department is back here.
h -m.tS.shigtonli D. C. where he had a training in
49 orlt.. r e -got .,a scholarship from the Point IV,
itE New York, Chicago and Canada.
ieorges A. Louis, young and capable Engineer-agroa( pist grad-
aS -from Gembloux, "Belgium went to Europe last weekend He
frked for two years with the ODVA. He has plans to work
Morocco, Africa.



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"HAITI SUN"


SUNDAY M A 29th,


POTFE COLE... ANTI-GOVERNMENT PLOT...
(Continued from page 1)
med U.S. funds amounting to (Cbntinued from page 1) Mr Rony Chenet and
$3,720,000. their Petionville home was thor- Vivey (this last one who -
Although the crowds of demon- oughly searched. Also arrested with Geodetic Survey) have'
strators were described as be- during the early hours of the held by the police.
ing discount e n t e d unemployed 25th was Marcel Vivey, a Fren- The investigation underway
showing their feelings against humann employed by the Haitian believed to be around a.
suggested slowness on the part section of the Interamdrican letter, transmitted by Mid
of the joint ICA-Haitian Govern- Geodetic Survey. Jeanine Millery, (Formerly
ment project in providing work, Arrested in his home at Pacot, rahd). This letter is suppose
together with resentment o v e r Vivey is described as a French- have been intercepted by;
the "good living" of the well- man raised amongst the famous security service of' the .Goi
paid staff in their specially con- Marquis during the last .War. ment, and led to uncovering
structed homes; observers at the He is said to have been an es- a vast conspiracy with tend
demonstrations declared this capee from the Germans and to 'Dejoiste."
week that the same crowd call- have spent a year of internment I Madame Millery who was
ed for the. ousting of Cap Hai- in Spain, the country to which ested and liter released is I
tian's tax collector, the resident he fled. sought anew but in vain.
representative of CARE and the "Four days of numerous arr- explains why certain of
management and lawyer of the ests and a number of perquisi- searches are being made
West India Fruit and Steamship tions have been affected in the night.
Company controlled by the three capital since the interception of
Taylor, brothers of West Palm the letter," stated Le 'Matin in The investigators, it is..
Beach, Florida. its Saturday edition. The follow- had their work made pasy at
Demonstrators in the crowd al- ing is the. text of Le Matin's persons arrested made no
so called for the dismissal of statement of Saturday May 2?th: culty to "passer a table" ti
"Major Robert Bazile, (a former Different .names have been cit- to say to "donne'r" their ao
Haitian Coast Guard Command- ed. In general the persons whom plies".
eil,) who has been working with they have been speaking about Certain observers hesitate
Pote Cole since its inception as are in direct contact with the. under-estimate this affair.
a project of promotion of bet- tourists : thinkthat they are facing a
terment in this once fertile area It was. thus announcedi.that M ..plt. 'that had. as it's goal thi
that encompasses some 300 squ- and Mrs Robert Baussanr, Matda--' erthrow of the Government, d
are miles and half-a-million me Rey, Mr and Mrs -Barreau that would not exclude the.
people. number of members of the per- zation of arms.
In Port au Prince at the time sonnel of the Hotels .Ibo Lele .The Public opinion foL
of the mass demonstrations Ro- and El Rancho were interrogat- -with interest the events and
bert Bazile reportedly- harided in ed. These persons have.been re- "bavard.-(elediol" is also
his resignation to the President leased work. .
Dr. Duvalier on Friday thus re- -
linquishing his post as Pote Co- '
les Dirctor. Hotel S S ci
.,Reports following, .onl: SlE
of the deionsrtio'.tat.e' ii -q' ."
week that m 'i f' the'Haiti FRII)AY JUNE 3RD. 1960, AT 8:00 P.M. J
personnel have quit their Jobs .
under an edict issued-by--the GALA BENEFIT. :.DINNER DAN
city's authorities w.ho .'
are said to have aduised- the FOR HANDICAPPED CHILDREN
Haitian memnAis of .the project F
to either Iqave town 'or stay- in FLOOR SHOW directed by Lviiiia WILLP
.their homes to ensure safety.. F O
With the ceaseation of employ-. FASHION SHOW by ,Maison FISHER :
meantt by the Haitian workers Po- "
te Cole is left with a dozen Am- ..BJE TIFUL PRIZES TO BE WON
eriqans remaining on the pro- .
ject. $5.00'PER OUPIE '
Severe strain.and hard times $1.50 PER' PERJSOQN, A[DMSISTON WIrTHOUT I
have been inb.urred by.'the North- .D :. R '
'ern regions.duh g: :reent4mnths -Make your. reservation early, number of tabled
due :to the,.partiull .I-heav ..
ra csra aa a limited. Enjoy yourself at a wonderful party.
areaS : an a u -sevre losses '- help the POOR HANDICAPPED CHILDREN .
in'Cope-. erops~~ .growers. The '
rairn e!i r eops nd *'. PLEASE COME AND, HELP
fermpntle-t A :d:61 th
ernntede~.ipt'with no0 po sib- . .. .
-. ilidies t-q'Q " "'""av'a"le. d *" i, $ *_'."
dryig, available .. ,
-e4 tw.o slis se7havm
slips : the roads jn.tfle rth A-... -" .. .
;w,.Iipmanyi cases have be- -Ei QLP ( ASmpANiD WAS#.ES LIKE BAWED ENAj
comI Lmpassabe le--....

OR EEICOY R FRO- "
BIiH WTH.A -A. -.. ...Y
Port au Pmince Mayor Mr.
Philippe Charlier has recovered
from his close brush with an
automobile -Weinesilday.
TIe'Mayor was "bouscule" by
the -smai auto 'driven by Jean .-*-." -
Frederc .ales when he6stepped. :. -
down *from his car.in the city : .l" .
befof-i.haiB Wednesday morn-
ing. -: : :
Examined at the. Hospital by
Dr. Gentges Hudicourt it was
found thaf he suffered no contu- rI M.. e G o 0 KI E
sion only- slight .bruise to the |"7 |"" ~' bATHrIOOM4N
nose and shoulder. nl l 1 wooALL WF
.The Mayor_ resumed his' dut- ;


les Friday.


JOSEPH NADAL Agents-







SUNDAY MAY, 29th, 1960 HA T I S U PAGRE
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s the new Dadlani Store on the corner of Rue
ie-Foi is surely a "Little Europe" stocked with
merchandise from all over the world with emphas-
[lidian Products. "Little Europe" also means Free


HAITIAN CERAMICS
15 Years Experience in Handicrafts.


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Stamps I
Haiti's Sugar .Cane Queen of
the World, 1960, Miss Claudin-
ette Fouchard will be portrayed
in a "Commerce and Tourism"
pictorial series of stamps to be
issued in her honor and that of
the Haitian Sugar Industry on
May 30th.
Printed in perforated sheets
and featuring four designs the
stamps are the fruitition of i
Presidential decree published in
February of this year which
tlated that "considering the su-
ccess brought by the Haitian de-
legate (at the Miss Sugar Cane
Queen of the World contest ir
Call, Colombia,) a new series of
stamps is to be issued in hon-
or of Haiti's Sugar Cane Queen
- Miss Claudinette Fouchard.'
Helio Courvoisier. S.A., Switz-
erland, the famous Swiss firm of
stamp makers renowned for
their artistry, were contracted
for the production of the stamps.
Several of Port au Prince's lead-
ing photographers worked on
portraits of the Sugar .,Queen for
the' slaps.

Featuring portraits of Miss
oucharid against backgrounds
depicting Haitian sugar planta-
tions, a sugar harvesting scene,
and a view of a Haitian beach,


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Sflt 1.100 feet alithide .y
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Bloc Medical Choir q

CONCERT PLANNED FOR ENGLISH 1::i
SPEAKING COMMUNITY
'he Bloc Medical Choir, one man said, adding "The pyrgapr a
Haiti's b e s t choral groups, is fast Mfoving and will .ia lR
-present a concert and folk- little over an hour." An ri.EdllSl
e show especially planned for translation of the folk "so !
English Spdaking commun- plus a note on their -place i
in Haiti. The show, compos- Haitian folklore, pi-ecedes. el ei-'x
of Negro spirituals and Hai- number. "People often a i '
n. folk songs, is slated for 'Where did the Haitians get the. t
0 pm. Wednesday June 8, folk songs' and 'What are Lthes
0, at the Haitian-American songs about?' The choir willitry
titute's Lincoln Auditorium. to answer both -questions," a.i
ket prices are $1.00 for ad- spokesman declared, :
s and 50 cents for students and The choir, organized' seveti:Jl
Idren. years ago by medical studeints.'..
who "just liked to sing," meets..',
proceedss will aid the Medical each Saturday afternoon at. ,i
dents Association in its pro- Pension St; Pierre. They plan-
t. In the past, projects have daily rehearsals when a concert
luded supplying medicine and is scheduled. Its membership,"",
lipment for the 150 bed child- ranging in from 18 to 25, i conm
is' section of General Hosp- posed entirely of medical stu.d-.
1. ents of the University of Haiti. :i
This will be a good 'Family Recently the choi'made a three
ght' show," a choir spokes- day trip to Jamaica, where they.
were enthusiastically received
by concert audiences.
Tickets are on sale at the.Hai- ',
tian-American Institute and are
available during the day, Qp kt..
.the door the evening of the con-
cert.
)NVILLE IT S cert. .


1TA .A DANCER MYRTHA GARCIA
ta hA TO LIVE IN NEW YORK
AFTER DUNHAM TOUR
S onl\ 7m .nub- Nineteen year old Myrtha Gar-
el- only 7minue cia of Cap Haitien left Sunday
ORT-AU-PRINdE to take up residence in New
York and continue .her dancing
s5,o'erlookin3 the dity Career.
L The daughter of the late Lu-.


Ie. Day, Tme plans, ite i ountlanlti *

* Delidious continental duisine and superb
servide

SPeronalised attention to every guest.

* S(4 imming Pool wio A Lundleon Lounge
and Bar Panorama Tervade
,Alv-ondiioned de-luxe rooms .



WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM

TUESDAL :Inrormal C e Pu(Fel ,andins rom
7:30 Pm To midnih
.Meringjue Inbruchon and Contest
at 9:3o0.dosual dress.No admission {ee
WVEDNEOSA: C'omplimentary get-togetherPunchbow)l
Part from 7pm to 8pm.
FRIDAy :dala Dinner-Dande from 7:3oPm to
1:3oa.m. 6uper6Shoo at lo:3o
Joa odm;ssion fee .

IILL OT14ER 4j4HTS eoc nati e dombo .
cou Frc> t9 *^t^


dovic Garcia, returned to Haiti
recently from dancing in,.Eur-
ope with Katherine Dunham..
Miss Dunham discovered Myr-
tha in the student dance class
of Lavinia Williams. A qualified
secretary she studied in Jamai-
ca.


LES PLUS BELLES MOSAIQO
HAITIENNES

S tHE ,FRATII
S* PUCACE GEFFRAlD).


lonor Sugar Cane Queen
the stamps are to be of the fol- dark brown; .1.00 gourde -'.se-|:
loWing denominations and col- pia brown and olive green. .''..
ors; Avion: 0.50 centimes d i
brown and red lilac; 2.50 godi&
Postes: 0.10 centimes grey des sepia brown and ultra,%
violet and ochre, 0.20 centimes arine. (All the stamps .are to
dark grey and brown orange; printed in sheets of 50 with post
0.50 centimes light blue ,and al validity unlimited.) ?











Canal Gov. Discusses Airport- Wharf
MAJOR GENERAL POTTER STATES HAITI AND U.S. SHOULD "PUSH HARD"


Liftian and American representatives should "push
a" toward securing a loan sufficient to enlarge
an Prince's wharf facilities and construct a Jet
ommodating airport here stated Major General Wil-
ii.E. Potter during a fifteen minute talk with Pres-
Dt Dr. Francois Duvalier on Monday at 5pm.

jor General Potter, Govern- ident of the Panama Canal Corn-
ithe Canal Zone and Pres- pany, visited Port au Prince in
company with Mrs Potter dur-
Sing the stopover of the Panama
liner ANCON on which they are
travelling to the States.
According to the General Man-
ager of the Panama Line, Mr.
John Cusick, Governor Potter si-
gnified complete agreement with
President-Duvalier that both ex-
tension of the existing wharf fa-
cilities and the building of a
new jet carrying airport were
essentials and stated that he
would continue to use his office
to win the twin objectives for
HIajti.
Governor Potter is said to have
GOVERNOR POTTER stated that the importance of


these two basic commodities to
a sound economic future for the
Republic could not be underscor-
ed.
Major General Potter has re-
cently completed his four year
term as head of the Canal orga-
nization, a unit of which is the
Panama Line which serves Haiti
as its principal sea transporta-
tion link with the United States
and the Isthmus of Panama.
In his dual capacity as Gov-
crnor-President, the Governor
has a multitude of duties which
can be matched in complexity by
few officials of the United States
Government. The Panama Canal
Company is a corporate entity
of'the U.S. Government and its
functions include the operation
and maintenance of the Canal
and the operation of many busin-
ess type activities related to the
proper functioning of the. water-
way. These include the operat-
ion of commissaries, quarters
for employees and their depend-
ants, the Steamship Line, the
Panama Railroad, and. extensive
municipal facihties serving the
Canal Zone.
Major General William E. Pot-
ter was born in Oshkosh, Wis-
consin and is a graduate from



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A JEWELS

AND JEWEL ROLLER BEARINGS


On Sale At: Canape Vert
Aux Cent Mille Articles


the United States Military Aca-
demy with the class of 1928. He
also holds a Masters degree in
Civil engineering from Massa-
chussetts Institute and also at-
tended the Command and Gen-
eral Staff School and the Natio-
nal War College.
For his service during World
War II, Governor Potter was
awarded the Legion of Merit,
Bronze Star Medal, and the
French Croix de Guerre with


Palm. Governor Potter's adif
traction of the Canal Zone'-.
been featured by a success
employee and public relate
program.
This has resulted in a boli
ing of morale of the employi
in the Canal organization
the critical period of change:
the furthering of good relate
with the Republic of Pan
and other nations of Latin fA
.ica.


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au-Prince in connection with the
A I'T I :S U N forthcoming fishing tournament
S HArrIAN ENGLISH. LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER in Jamaica. I look forward to
: Community Weekly Iublished Sunday Morning receiving a copy of your paper
for-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERICH and should you require any fur-
erant-Responsable MAUCLAR LABISSIERE 5 their information from me;
pleasp do not hesitate to write to
MEMBER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN. pl me. Again, many tanks to
E "N 1me. Again, many thanks,- I
SESTABIASHED IN 195 Bernard Diederich;' With best wishes, yours sincer-
SHaiti Sun, ely,
JACMEL NEW TOURIST CENTRE? Haiti, J. B. Patterson,
Dear Mr. Diederich: Anchovy Farm,
th 'he -completion of Jamel's new. W rf 'by the I write to thank you for your Port Antonio,
h e completion of Jacmel's new, harf by the le!p on my recent visit to Port- Jamaica, w. I.
S Corporation of Dallas, Texas, *(built with funds
the Government of Haiti by 'Reynolds Haiti- to the extent that within a few years of its completion
es Bauxite extractors based mainly near Mir- it is going to completely ,and utterly useless.
ne,) it is well within the- bounds of possibility 'for
tia o place its second Coffee port on the scroll of FLAG DISPUTE, PROBLEM NOT HAITI'S
t attrattlons. Tne a.rguimenitation and debate by the U. IS. State
;- Department over the current issue of the Naltional
ittedy Jacmet does not osses, aiit thegit gi flag of the.'United States being sold in Haiti as mater-
Sni ght entertainment or thriving tourist gift ia and. adoring male 'and female allike by way of
bt she .does 'hold the distinction of having good shirt., kirt ,and 'head band is NOT the fault of the mer-
es, attractive scenery asnd most of al potential. chant wh originally purchased the maJterial in Decemnb-
recent visit by two U.S. Navy vessels to Jaemel er ast, NOT there 'fault of the Marehacds and certainly
i ade Iby itjhe minesweepers to give their crews a NOT the Pu~t of the innocents wearing the made-up
i"ag weekend, and that from all accounts is exact- flags as raiment.
|liwat officers and men did have. (See story on p. 1) The Port anu Prince merrhant who first received the
Wifch this example in mind it is easy to picture the surprising Ibunile of flags in 'a shipment of materials
Ib t 'that would 'be wrought. if the cruiseships put frim the U.S. rightly figured that if the New York
.amnel on the visiting itinerary. City jobber thought it alhight to 'sell the emblem then
Igiamciel now 'has an ample wharf and berthing faciH- it must have been sold to 'him for the purpose of re-
jfs. for (airly 'big ships and those that could not be selling.
aimodated at the pier 'could well be catered for Onice the forty-eight-star and forty-nine-star flags
lighter service if authored in the bay. ,were dsd to the Marchands then the normaJl course df
.'There are 'many tourists travelling the Caribbean trading events went on with the resrilt that the flags
wo like to get away from the hustle and -bustle and ended up reappearing on the streets 'as items of cloth-
ust sit baJok and tbeep themselves in quite relaxation, ing..
2form of pleasure that Jacmel could dispense in large The Haitian buyers recognize the flag material not
quantities. as a flag but. as colorful -red, white, -and blue ioth to
be made uip into the items they purchased it for -
INSTALL NEW ROAD UP-KEEP SYSTEM either clothing or householdd linens. This material was
?shipped to Haiti not by request but 'by an 'as yet un-
'Just a ,short five years ago a glass-smodth highway named prto leering UJS. wholesaler.
.i th tar sealing 'conductive to smooth travel was con-
|t'Led between 'Cap 'Haitian and Ouamnalminthe by '
iAHIA. A ('a company of Dutdh Road builders,) now _-__ -_- -
bs self-saime road has deteriorated to such an extent, V i
Vn& the aid of heavy rains, that it is to all extents and M .1Z '
purposes impaissabale.
T You know .
"lilfo unately rains ,and flooding are not the only tsa rmcl f c
ent hat have bought about this sad state of use-
eisness to the Cap-Haitianm-Ouanaimthe 'highway. Scot i I nit's
ltWe i' a Ifar more deplorable 'answer to the arterial > m 'E
rl's ."deterioration sheer neglect. '
:ts is not a new suggestion that is forthcoming but A ER -
tiL iL.6one that Ibears serious consideration if only for .- .
tVM' ret state of Haiti's roads. The road under dis- * * *
.0ciiin and indeed all other roads in the Republic *
'i,-lt.wdl be in good shape if 'a system of "Ca'ton- O H N N E W A LK ER
iber road repair was in force based on similar lines .
employed in Europe. Born I '.!o tdl going strong
winw g this road upkeep system each 'and every lnnmmrLo i -- -
ees would be placed under the charge of PREETZMAN .AGGERHOLM, DISTRIBUTOR
Lia selected Cantonnier who could in turn be
Sde Section with established authority. .'.
be the Canltonnier's job, with the few ne-
tools put at his disposal, to protect 'and upkeep

kept open and not permitted to spread waiter over VPANL
or lie on the asphalt which does not
in topping a road from deteriorating.
theaid of a little sand, and if necessary a little F EXQUISITE
this would cut the annual costs for road rep- l fLtn d i mii 'l r


,NDAY MAY, 29th, 1960


,o a minimumn and would Tfuther give local people r JUC tfl3 B jY AND FAIMOUS
fect interest in the upkeep of their particular sec- A D SUPERB S
Of the highway. Quall S aane ao E
hit is the earthly use of building a .road at trem- GRAND RUE Mt UY.S Vt .S. PHONE : 1a4* 8
as cost if it is going to be allowed to deteriorate I


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Haiti Sun
En Ville
Dear Mr Editor: .
As a motorist I am writing
you to ask you to point out :i
your esteemed newspaper thai
motorists should not use
down-town area unless their trip;
is absolutely necessary ddrin
working hours. .
With the Grand Rue work-i
progress the city could possi
find its self completely paraliiz
ed by a traffic jam for days.:
At present it takes sometimes "
fifteen minutes to travel a bloc
and a hall because of bottleneck
caused by the construction, .
new main street.
(S.) Motorist. ".'W' .

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commodation in Cap-Haitien
and 3 meals;
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,ords Broken In Caribbean


CARIBBEAN TOURIST ASSOCIATION NOW HAS
iFnphasizes Growth then embodied in an official in St. Thomas, U.S. V.I. in June.
...S1tistlcs Advertising form. The results were compiled The Caribbean Tourist Associ-
ri, Program by the CTA member firm of action continued to expand, both
ter record year for Car- Child & Waters, Inc. from data in membership and services.
Travel is reviewed in the subrmtted monthly on these Venezuela joined the organizati-
etiVS Director's Annual Re- forms by 27 CTA member gover- on last August. In the past four
i tfor 1959, just published by nments. years, the budget increased from
.Caibean Tourist Associati- Reports for individual countr- $30,000 to over $100,000; memb-
,oT visitor traffic to the ies are broken down into the fol- ership from 12 to 218; and gov-
Ti jUmped 12 per cent over lowing categories: Number of ernments from 12 to 31. All isl-
exclusive of cruise ship visitors; Method of Arrival, Or- ands and countries of the Carib
s Cruise business als) igin of Visitors; Age; Sex; Av- bean, except one, are now mem-
.elw-ligh, but the exact erage Length of Stay by Month bers of the Association.
'tQo, increase is undeter- and Days; and the Number of Such growth demanded more
.i"V tors spent an estim- First-Class Hotel Beds. space. In April, CTA moved in-
9i;o000,000. The Carbbean is the first re- lo modern centrally located off-
.liwficant highlight in the gional area to initiate and pub- ices, with attractive layout and
"ff& Report is. the inclusion I ish such standardized statistics, decor designed by.architect Wal-
i pVgte.section on tourist and to make them available ter Dorwin Teague. The new
t the first comprehens- within three months of the end headquarters at 20 East 46
Son the area ever pu- of the calendar year. Street, New York offer all facil-
libad,. These show a grand to- In addition, the first of two cities for visitors and members
i l.f '1,453,263 visitors to the preliminary surveys' was made of the industry.
aribbean in 1959, with 932,308 at key airports in the Caribbean 1959 marked the initial steps
S .ling. by air. to determine the characteristics in an extensive promotion camp-
"' highly important record Af the summer and winter visit- aign around the theme "The
r 'made possible through the 3r..The results of the complete Golden Caribbean". In addition
ttion by'CTA members of study, vital to area interests,
tndardized terms defining tou will be presented at the 9th An-
t T.ovements whiqh were nual Meeting of the Association
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;' t :Cliipers. Iore'than 350,000 pas-
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to appealing s a I e s aids, 2,000 vel organizations, such as
newly-printed and revised copi- Foreign Tourist Conference.
es of the CTA Handbook For the American Society Travel
The Ti.rde were released consist- ents. Highlight of these cool
ent with the theme, and have tive endeavors was the- A
been widely acclaimed by the in- Convention in the Caribi
Justry. 'held in Havana, Cuba.
A concentrated advert i s i n g Hand in hand with the si
program, and a formula for the ed-up facilities and service
method of obtaining the necess- the area by transportation ;
ary funds was explored with panies was the increase of i
a minimum of $100,000 to be ear- able accommodations. There
marked specifically for advertis- now more than 610 hotels in.:
ing. This will come up at the member countries and the Um
9th Annual CTA Meeting June er of rooms jumped from 2
13-16 in St. Thomas, U.S.V.I for in 1958 to 30,135 in 1959.
final approval. Great strides were also n
Numerous books and articles with the formation of the-'i
on the area were published dur- CTA Hotel Chapter after!
ing the year. Outstanding exam- highly successful seminar
pies were the completely rewrit- Puerto Rico. The seminar w
ten "All The Best In The Carib- "r oI 1-u p-y ou r-sleeves-dow
bean" by Sydney Clark and the -work" example of exchange
first edition of "Fodor's Guide ideas. Each luncheon and-dii
To The Caribbean." were visual evidence of what
The Association continued to be done with local produce.
tatively participate in world tra- ive committees were orgar
to develop a code of ethic
hotel classification system, e
ration of credit system, trai
F" schools and methods of hotel
FASCINATION es and changes. A CTA
Chapter Directory listing .4
ers, committees and meal
[A TI was published. The Chaptenr
meet twice a year with the':
end Seminar at St.- Croix,
stage Stamps e. eotingo g theTA
Brisk summer business at!
rmation in Haiti increased number of longerA
ing visitors were noted as al
S jor trend in many countries;
stalls which will be idence that the Caribbean i.
leed a "year round playgrbi
of charge, write to Inquiries in the CTA office
Sped 38 per cent over the prit
year with a spectacular rise
)RT-AU-PRINCE ng the summer months.
Although the Caribbean, ei
ed its most successful year
*' fla iFy. ing 1959, all indications poA
an even brighter 13960 for~
Popular vacationland.


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BBONAIATY OF THE WEEK

Camion's Inventor Approaches Ist Century
TOACHIM MYRTHIL STILL DANCES REGULARLY WITH THE "YOUNGSTERS"


iti numbers amongst her po-
iin eminences of a constitu-


:JOACHIM 'MYRTHIL
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tion similar to the country's ter-
rain and history itself and chief
among these celebrities is Ar-
cahaic's tall. lean Joachim Myr-
thil.
With beard reminiscent of Rip
Van Winkle and still in full com-
mand of man's 6 sensory facult-
ies Joachim Myrthil is the liv-
ing example of human speculat-
ion on "the fountain of youth."
Myrthil's busy round of daily
work and relaxation could well
convince one that Ponce de Le-
on had discovered the immortal-
font of life in Haiti.
The conclusion of the reign of
Emperor Faustin I also marked
Myrthil's birth. Choosing as his
profession that of cabinet mak-
ing Joachim Myrthil made a
strong stand for life-long recla-
me by ingeniously designing


Haiti's unique and colorful Ca-
mion-auto-bus.
During the occupation came
the advent of the automobile to
this Island and especially the
mihtary truck and it was the
transformation of this vehicle
that inaugurated Haiti's public
transport service.

Joachim moved the truck seats
from their original position al-
ong the sides of the imported
trucks and replaced them with
church pew-like wooden seats
shaded and protected by the gay-
ly painted and more. often than
not ornamented overhead roof and
produce rack. Thus came the ca-
mion and since Joachim's ori-
ginal have come thousands, each
bearing their long or short nam-
es depending on the whim of
-he owner.


HONORED BY PRESIDENT
Across the bay from Port au
Prince is Joachim's home town:
a sleepy and small but historic
town where 157 years ago the
General of the armies, Jean Jac-
ques Dessalines, tore the white
'from the French tricolors and so
created Haiti's flag in one sym-
boic gesture. Arcahaie sits am-
ong fields of sugar cane and
rice and just three streets be-
hind the church and public squ-
are (where stands the statue of
Dessahr.es with sword proudly
raised this statue was the ob-
ject of commemoration day ce-
remonies on May 18th.) is the
little carpentry shop where Joa.
chim conducts his business.
When President Dr. Francois
Duv lier visited Arcahaie on
Haiti's Flag L-iay he conferred


the honor of MERIT on the JQ
chim MYRTHIL, an honor
accepted graciously as did
accept a glass of champagne;
OWN POINT IV
The past winter has been
busy one for Joachim. Althou
he has only recently recovery
from a broken arm sustained :i
a fall he agreed to hand onh
knowledge of rustic chair marii
facturing to five young men fro"
the mountains of Jean-RabQ
(Northwest Haiti.' an atea in ti
process of recovering from t
throes of a severe drought.

Conducting what could be tei
med a small Point IV program
Joachim undertook to pass on 9
long-aquired skill at the reqtii
of Pastor Wally Turnbull of fl
Baptiste iChurch who had heai
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Cerveile ......
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Viande 'e veau
Viande de veau (
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Roti .........
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Irom 1920 to 1934 the school
Wds located on Turgeau Avenue,
and during this period, this in-
fant educational institution was
named "Colony School." It grew
rapidly during thdse years and
by 1934 there were 110 students
attending classes. But on June
10 of that year, the Mannes do-
paited and the Colony- School
settled its accounts.

Still when school opened that
September. in its new location
at Hasco. there were 25 pupils.
Far from discouraged by their
small numbers they started out
(Continued on page 19)


13E PRICES OF BEEF
UNION..
... .diea... .2.50 the pound 1960 GRiD UATIbI

.0.05 et 0.06 Ia i vre Graduation cere m o n i e a tor''
.0.05 et 0.06 la livre ei grade pupils ort'ai
.0.07 et 0.08 Ta livre Prince's Union School were heeia
,....-............. 3.00 at the French Institute on Friday 'i
................... 450 May 27th with .27, membesra..of ,
rieur ............ 2.00 the class of l a6O: ga4uat'i
1.0 An evening's comprehensurW'
program was covered with the.-I
ribur .. ......... 2.50 invocation being given by-:the
nit.............. '2.00 Rev. M.O. -McConiell, M.B.'E:, '
...... ......... 1.25 B.A. The Salutatory was jires
iuperi -e ........ 2.00 rented by Susan Ann Wagner:ii
-moye_.........1.50 slowed by greetings from the V.,
moyne ........ 1.50 S. Ambassador, Gerald A."DreW?"
ante ........ 1.25 Also on the program was;, ah '
.................. 2.00 address by Mr Keridall W. ig
................ 1.25 Ph. D., of the Institute of Nut
....2.00 action Sciences,. Colombja. Uriivli
1.50 ersity, a presentation of the Ut-
S. ..ion School's history giveRn. b-.
...3.00 piece Paulette Keogh anid a.. Valdic.
.................. 2.50 piece tory by David Owens w .ito.zAlte-
.... .......... ... 2.50 piece of the peace-time uses 5f .At.-6
... .... ........ 2.50 ic energy: Diplomas -f6or'-h.
.......... 0.75 .00 -Class of 1960 .were .presented .by.
Mr Thomas M. Moore, Chairmanx..
ft the Board of Trustees.
superieur........ .3.50
COuiant .......... 3.00 During the past year the Uli:
........... 2.00 on School has iTa ..it lB.nt,
.................. 2.50 il roll to 274 .students an: .i,
..................2.00 added a 10thi..Grade:. :-Tw:.'neqW;
rooms have. als6 .been. consudt-,',.-
ed at the -school's site. on ;the.i
siperieur ........ 300.- Exposition Grounds.i d-A
;ourant .......... 2.50 ergarten has been.en.arged.-i~tf
.................. 3.00 following is' -the :lit of G
................. 3.00. ing Eighth GrH4e .'puils :of.t&ti
Class of 1960!
CLASS OF I960
Yanick Alien, Mlicael Brooks,
Sarah Brown, Zaza Burgeirs"
Stanley Cichowski, Mary Dollard, :-
4 Joan Ellis, Patrick Fisher, Ri-w
S chard Forgham,, William Hamil-
ton,. Connie Johnson, Paulette -
JTI Keogh, Raymndii~Leathim, Car-
T, ol Mance, Philip Mongeau, Hans
Corporation. Naumann. Robyn O'Neal, Da id
S. Owens, Rowland Reeves, Jill
4 Ruddell, John Sheldon, Terry
Treadwell, Bette Ann Tusa, .Sus-
car in Ann Wagner, Robert Weiland,
Rebecca Wilkinson, Jtidy W'ilkes.
Piano Accompaniment:
Mrs. Roy CARLSON
(horal Director:
Mrs. Edward A. KINCAID, Jr.
TEXT OF THE HISTORY OF
THE UNION SCHOOL
In 1919 the Union School first
opened and a few years later the
first group of graduates left her'
humble halls. Those fi*st classes.
were made up of children of lhe'. .
United States Marine Corps fa-.
milies stationed here in Haiti.
,' Courses for elementary grades
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SUNDAY MA Y, 2tHl; 1960


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Leon Cooperative Progressing With


A chalked sign stating "Cooperative Artisanale et
Agricole de Leon" unpretentiously proclaimed the im-
posing new workshop cooperative formed by more than
100 peasants of the dusty little village of Leon sited on
parched earth 17 kilometers from the City of Jeremie.


Leon, last stand of the strag
glers from the thirty-one Cuban
invaders and scene of their ign-
ominious coup de grace, with
its contemporary artisanal and
agricultural cooperative is the
second in the line of three to
complete its ILO cooperative
project.
On Monday ministers and
members of the Haitian Govern-
ment together with the three
hard-working Frenchmen w Wio
have made Leon's increased
status possible gathered at the
Jeremie Airfield to make the
long trip to Leon after an early
morning COHATA flight from
the capital.

Just a fortnight previously this
same group had travelled by car
to the regions of Kenscoff to sur-
vey the first of the line of three
cooperatives Fermathe. These
bustling projects are a living ex-
ample of what has been done by
the Haitian people by dint of
hard labor for their betterment
both in agriculture and in their
industry.

Fermathe, Fort Jacques, Leon,
and Fond des Negres are the
three ILO (a subsidiary of the


- United Nations,) aided projects
and they run in a line across
Haiti, practically from one bord-
er to the other.
In the official party making
the trip to Leon Thursday were
SGerard Delmas IChief of the ILO
Mission in Haiti,j Pierre Vizutti,
(Instructor of Masonry,i and
Jean Kuplsz. (Iron Instructor.)
These three ILO members have,
since the beginning of 1959, been
passing their knowledge and ex-
perience onto the budding mem-
bers of the three cooperatives
and the evidence of their success
can already be plainly seen at
Fort Jacques and Leon, (the co-
operative at Fond des Negres
has only- been in operation for
16 days.)
S Although the combined distan-
ce from the airfield to Jeremie
and from Jeremie to Leon is
only 24 kilometers the journey
can only be described as rugged
and long for according to a Je-
remie spokesman. "floods have
persisted in waslung out the ro-
ads and causing slips ever since
the first stretch of highway from
the City to Leon was completed
in 1957."
Awaiting Mrs swiftly gathered
up the group travelling to Leon


Some of the 300 pupils who are working their share towards the
completion oL their new School Building at the Leon Cooperative;
each day the children bring rocks from the river to be used for
building construction.


and started out on the road lead-
ing to Jeremie. Despite the fact
that floods have -wrecked absol-
ute havoc on all roadworks -
leaving in their wake great swa-
thes of gashes and deep holes
for the unsusceptible driver -
the drive to Jeremie is both
pleasant and picturesque.
The route follows a twisting
course along the coast and both
sides of the road. Jeremie itself
is a city which immediat-
ely brings to mind a span-
ish vista for the winding streets,


closely interlaced with tall- bal-
conied houses and buildings on
-ither side are very similar to
those encountered in Spain.
SFrom Jeremie to Leon and the
cooperative is a driver's night-
mare of continual bad road dot-
ted with slides which are a com-
mon encounter in the area. All
the soil in the Jeremie area is
too loosely knit to withstand
rain of any strength or duration
and the authorities responsible
fer the highway's upkeep fight
one continual battle and a los-


ing one to keep the road open.
The first 10 kilometers of th,
route were completed by the Pu-
blic Wdrks as part of the USOM
program in 1957 and a gradual
series of road making attempts
have punctuated the period of
time inbetween. Cut by the river
Voldrogue in several places the
road spans the water course bh
means of two solid and well con-
structed bridges. The paved sui.
face of these bridges seems .to
be the only section of smooth
travel from Jeremie to Leon
(one was. built during the reign
of President Estime and the sec-
ohd under the Point Four pro-
gram.)
Jeremie to -Leon is a journey
encompassing an hour's slow
drive by car and the village of
Leon itself stands as a small
cluster of houses on both sides
of a dusty. street and clay road
about anmile and a hall past tho
"Cooperative Agricole et Artisd
nale de Leon."

A solid and spacious main
building marks the workshop
which, with the exception ui
some equipment still to be inst-
alled, is now completed. It is
here that the 100 members of
the cooperative will learn ma1
jnry, wood work, and ironworll
under the supervision of the IL)
experts and the building cont
ains comprehensive equipment
both for instruction and practice
al purposes.
One section has been devote


SUN"


00
(ri in of classroom
piIratibvs' "stude
drc.s before a lar
I,~l learn the var
I tl. ir self-allottc
tl .I the w\.'e lit
is tools and rr
nltir-piece of wh
in'. bench and
';ill iile of cutting
s,'.n lengths of
ii.,,'zecd unit wil
ILc ..ind tei;ours pr
i [.I aks by hand


SI.. the workshc
n. of a house
r ,ird chairman
...-. Mr. Thorn
and the care and


SUNDAY MA A 2, 29th, 1960


Members
m where played by the constructors is a
nts" can strong example of their ILO trai-
ge black- ning.
ious plia-
d crafts. Also in the first stages on con-
building struction is a comprehensive
machinery school-house which although not
ich is a to be complete until; next year's
conve or schooling starts already has
g swiftly some 300 pupils waiting to move
timber. in. So. keen are the' prospective
I replace pupils over their new school that
'actice of they have evolved a system of
from sol- bringing rocks up from the river
for the construction of their fut-
ure classrooms.
Dp is the Present at the ceremony con-
for the ducted at the new cooperative
n of the were the Minister of: Labor Fre.
pson Pa- deric G. Desvarieux,: The Secre-
skill dis- tary General of the -Department


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Di Francois Duva-
nii- derable time talk-
fiiLyces of the Inter-
i;,-detic Survey Pro-
.1 map presentation
it ih Project's Expos-
~.- building on Satur.
st.

c rjon, at which the
:. presented with a
,iised set of maps
lii 0) square miles of
c1ii -Port au Prince
. 4--re a number of
I .lding businessmen
" i1 great interest in
-:: .d on maps in the
-.rld. The Prosid-
,'iII thle Sl'vey's em -
-iljects allied with
A.il with the Officer
Major Anthony J.


nti at the' reception,
[,lllowed with buffet
kiriP. were Gen. Pier-
i. lie Minister of Pu-
A. Mr Lamartiniere
I \merican Ambags-
A. Drew.


of Labor Max Fquchard, the Di-
rector General of the Bureau of
Labor, Max A. Antoine, the De-
puty of the County of Grand An-
se, the Prefect of Grand' Anse,
Captain Bernier, the Mayor and
other officials of Jeremie, the
Regional,Director of ILO in.Mex-
ico, Central America and the
Caribbean, Albert Lagnado and
the three ILO experts Messrs.,
Deinas, Vizutti and Kuplsz.
The reception and luncheon
was held in the house of Pere
Saindoux.



U.S Air Chief in
Carib First Visit
To Haiti'
Majo., General Le.and S; Sira-
nathan Commander of ihe U.S.
.%:rforce in the Caribbean? made
'iis fist official visit to Haiti
this past week.

Arrking Tuesday, in r.e
evening, he was hol.ored by
a reception h&e! at the Pibardie
by Co!jnel Danache Chief of the
"' :tan jlof ce.
The following cven'ng the U.S.
Airmirsion chief Colonel and
M-s Oscar-G. Jo:inson along
with members of the mission
gave a 7 to 9 cocktail party at
the Petonville Club to honor
General Stranathan.
General Stranathan after meet-
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'MONDAY MAY '30th, 1960 8:00 pm-La Bele Creole Show:
"Franlde Laine"
> 'o00 pm-Test pattern Music 8:30 pmo-Westinghouse Show: "I
(Records) S p y" "Firebrand"
00 pm---Evening General Progr- (English version) 22th
am Schedule episode Narrator Ray-
7:03 pm-Weather Report mond Massey
.;, I6 .pn-Album Tele-Haiti Pa- 9:00 pm-Telenews 2nd edition
noramic scenes of every- Summary of the late
wiere news
7v2 pm-cartoons and Kid Corn- 9:05 pm-Shell Kerosene Soleil -
Sedies- Children's Pro- Demonstration I,v Marie-
. ..ra. Florence Roy
S 7fTpm_-Telenews 1st edition- 9:10 pm-Telecinema
S: Review of the day's ev. 10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
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TUESDAY MAY 31st, 1960

6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
(Records)
7:00 pm-Evening General Progr-
am Schedule
7:03 pm--Weather Report
7:06 pm-Cancer Society presents
a live program with Dr.
Chevalier
7:26,pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st edition)
Review of the day's ev-
ents.
S8'.00 pm-Report from America -
Narrator Pierre Grenesse
8:30 pm-Foreign *Intrigue: "Uria-
nium Mine" Starring
James Daly brought
to you by Haiti Trading
Co.
9:00 pm-Telenews 2nd edition
Summary of the late
news
9:05 pm-Special Program spons-
ored by Curacao Trading
'Co.: Challenge of Space
"The Widest Horizons."
10:00 pm--Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem


WEDNESDAY JUNE 1st,

6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
(Records)
7:00 pm-Evening General Progr-
am Schedule
7:03 pm-Weather Report
7:06 pm-Interview Program-Man
of' the week; Mr; Herve
Dufobt
7:30 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st edition)
Review of the day's ev-
ents. -
8:00 pm-La Belle Creole: Dem-
onstration on Make-ups
8:15 pm-Report from America -
Narrator: Pierre Cren-
esse
8:30 pm--Interview Program
9:00 pm-Telenews 2nd edition
Summary of the late
news
9:05 pm-Shell Kerosene Soleil .-
Demonstration by Marie-
Florence Roy
9:05 pm-Telecinema
10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem

THURSDAY JUNE 2nd, '60

6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
(Records)
7:00 pm--Evening General Progr-
am Schedule
7:03 jim--Weather Report
.7:Go'pm-Album Tele-Haiti -, Pa-
noramic scenes of every-
where
7:26 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st edition).
Review of the day's ev-
ents.
8:00 pm-"Pour vous Mesdames"
(Cooking Show)
8:30 pm-The Florlan Zabach
Show brought to you
by "La Maison Lelio
-Baily"
9:00 pm-Telenews 2nd editon
Summary' of the late
news
":(1 pm-Shell Kerosene Soleil -
Demonstration by Marie-


SUNDAY MA Y, 29th, 1960


Florence Roy
9:05 pm-Telecinema
10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tinnal Antham


Chaussures Fritz Mevs
8:30 pm-The Westinghouse Show:
Star Performance: "Debt
of Honor" -
9:00 pm-Telenews (2nd edition)
Summary of the late
S news ..
9:05 pm-W e s t e r n Theater: -
"Hill Bandits" -
10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem-

SUNDAY JUNE 5th, 1960
2:00 pm-Sign on Presentation
afternoon's program
2:03 pm-Special Children's Prog-
ram with ProL Guy Rang
3:00 pm-Newsreels and Docum-
entries
3:30 pm-Nobbe & Bondel's ,
Show Conrad Nagel :
Theater: "Guilleta an d.
Romeo"
4:00 pm-Weather Reporl
4:05 pm-Dances and Cadences -
with Lavinia Williams
dance school
4:21) pm-Telecinema .
5:40 pm-Telenews Review of .
the day's events.
6:00 pm-Sign off Nationni An-
them.


FRIDAY JUNE 3rd, 1960

6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
(Records) '-
7:00 pm-Evening General Progr-
am Schedule, ':
7:03 pm-Weather Report
7:06 pm-Program of "Education
National"
7:30 pm--Cartoons and Kid Corn-
edie Children's Pro- .
gram '_
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st edition) .
Review of the day's ev-
ents.
8:00 pm-Report from America -
Narrator Pierre Crenesse
8:30 pm-The Ford Show The
Adventures of Robin-
Hood: "The Prisoner",
Starring Richard Greene-('
Followed by the Advent-
ures of Flash Gordon:- '-::
"Law of Velorum"
9:30 pm-Telenews- (2nd edition)
Summary of the late
news. ,4
9:35 pm-The Shell Oil Co. Prog-
ram ,
10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem

SATURDAY JUNE 4th, 1960

6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
(Records)
7:00 pm-Evening General Progr- :
Sam Schedule
7:03 pm-Weather Report
7:06,pm--Album Tele-Haiti Pa- .
\ noramic scenes of every- -
where
7:25 pm-Cartoons and Kid Cor- i'
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews -- fst edition) ,3
Review of the day's ev-
ents.
8:00 pm-Musical Interlude, witlih
the participation ol Tele-
vision Artists
8:10 pm-The Languichatte Show
-Hilarious sketch, star-
ring Languichatte -
brought to you by "Fa-.
brique Nationale de


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I-I~A i tt:


suN


Mammoth Tasks Of '" K."

LSIL'S AMBASSADOR MAKES BOOK PRESENTATION


gime Sloan Chermont, pre-
.the "Haiti Sun" this week
| collection of "Operation
icana" a series of
volumes published in Rio
io in 1958.
clouded in the Ambassad-
ily presentation was a
ir.-.copy of "Manchete"
absorbing interview with
L'President Dr. Juscelino
e'k. Pretentious title of
irview was ."J. K. Awak-
the Giant."
'ompanied by numerous col-
Eipictures "J.K. Awakes the
i'.was a glowing'acco.unt of
Si.nense accomplishments of
ia .s the Presiaent it known
Uhout Brasil. J. K.'s under-
gs, as covered by "Man-
;e -nclude railways, petrol-
fim the Amazon jungle, the
-ay on national integration,
automobile iniidstry and Bra-
i- new Capital City of Bra-
1r ved out of the very wild-
S' itself.
excerpt from the interview
d that, when President Jus-
bn Kubltschek took office I


years ago he said, in a press
conference, that his administra-
tion would build a road uniting
the country from North to South.
"It will be built by Brasilian
technicians and workmen and. it
will be crossed by vehicles made
in Brasilian plants," to this
statement by J. K. TIME mag-
azine printed an ironical item
about the President's talk.

On the same day that the Na-
tional Intergration C a r a v a n
re-ched the future Capital of
Brasil, after crossing the Belein-
Brasilia highway, J. K.'s heli-
opter flew over the city and a
few moments later the Presid-
ent was shaking hands with the
members of the "impossible"
journey. -The members of the
National Intergration Caravan
had just crossed the country, all
the way down, by 52 vehicles -
all made In Sab Paulo.
"Manc-.ete" also contains pho-
tographs of Brasilia, "The Cap-
ital of Hope", in various stages
of construction. In forecasting
Brasilia's fruition J. K. stated


central plateau, from this soli-
tude which within a little while
will be converted into a centre
of high national decisions, I look
once again into the future of my
country and forsee this dawn
with firm faith and boundless
confidence in its great destiny."


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PAGE 1LU

PERSONALITY OF THE WEEK r"
CAMION'S INVENTOR...
(Continued from page 8) for a small fee the townspeople.i
can relax with a dance at t.he
of his ability as a craftsman, rear of the carpentry shop Where-. :
MyrTthil took five pupils at no music blares forth under plenty.y
cost and taught them his chair of bright light. A short distance.,A
making art which they have now from the dance floor is. a 'arge.i
taken back to their community decorated brick' tomb rising ab-:,i
a community in the Northwest ove the ground with several.
which had all but forgotten art. structural canopies.
During the two months the five It is here that Joachin's late.
youpg apprentices stopped at Ar- wife is lain and this will, states-a
cahaie they were provided with Joachim, be his resting place, El..'
sustenance money by Pastor though he adds that he has no in7-:
Turnbull and they rented a room tentions of. retiring yet. This Iis ,
across the road from the furnit- easy to belie\p when sprightly .
ure workshop at two dollars a Joachim takes to the dance floor :
month. Under the tutelage of Jo- and he admits feeling "as'fit a'"i
achim, a staunch Catholic with any of the youngsters."
diginfied stature, they rapidly *
mastered their new trade, Indomitably spirited Joachim=
Myrthil has opened yet a second'.r;.
FAVORITE HOBBY-DANCING "dance hall" near Carrefou r Me-,.
l. iih .o0 tie list of jQactiim's nard where the new Arcahaie :
enjoyments is dancing and sever- road meets with the Northern.,..
al months back he purchased a highway. His actions certainly
small gasoline generator in Port stress his vitality .and .interest.
au Prince which he set in the in life and perhaps, the only dir-'.,
backyard of his home. cct condensation he- has -made' 1
in recent years is the irstalla--.'
With an ample source of power tion at his crpentry shop of seV-.'
the chair maker took another eral "bosses" 'but m ke.,no:.
step he opened up a "dance mistake they execute Joachim's
hall" in his backyard and now orders.
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iis IB CHAPTER II and TTLES XIV and XV of the Cons-
Itltion of the Bepubic of gaiti as translated from "LE MONI-
TI ", P"ort-an.Prince, Haiti December 22, 1957. The "SrN"
I Dbllus a Title per week of the Constitution as it appears in


S CONTINUATION OF TITLE XII
The Armed Forces
TITLE XIV
Bevision of the Constitution

: Afis 188,--On the proposal of one its members or of the Exec-
, utive B ,anch the Legislative Branch shall have the right to de-
iis're that such constitutional provisions as it specifies should be

i... uch declaration, which may be made only during the last regul-
-," meeting of thb Legislature, shall be published immediately
~t6,-oghout the territory. The declaration must be approved by
. ofthirds oL the Legislative Assembly. The Legislature shall agree
o-0nDthe length of the term of office of the deputies.
i.:'.Article 189.-At the first meeting of the current Legislature, the
Ij? ptive body shall meet in National Assembly and shall decide
oi, ihte, proposed revision.
i:Artic l 190.--The National Assembly may not consider the re-
visioh unless two-thirds of its members are present.
NO decision may be made or change adopted except by a two-
' tida majority .vote.
}A.ricle 191.-Any consultation of the people for the purpose of
a:en.ding- the Constitution by a referendum is strictly forbidden.
: Sla AWtCle.--All the acts of the Government Military Junta
during the vacancy in the office of President that began on
June 14, 1957 have been ratified and are valid, subject to the
l.right of the competent power to make any legislative amend-
..nrits--to the decrees and orders issued by the aforesaid Junta
.that may be necessary in the public interest.
-" TITLE XV
:TRAITNSBORY PROVISIONS
.' ticle. A.--.The term o the present President of the Repubhc,
wih;.was elected. on September 22, 1957, shall end on May 15, 1963.
Aati e B.-The Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, which
established in the elections of September 22, 1957, shall
e-iM We the legislative power until the second Monday of April
i9l j, .the date. of expiration of the terms of the twenty-one Senat-
iori~ elected under the Electoral Decree of the Government Mdit-
i~:'J 4ta 4'd4ted. April 8, 1957.
:''idr'cle C.-The present thirty-seven deputies shall hold office
i:un the second Monday of April 1963.
'ubin the. period in which the legislative power, as defined :in
Acle 50"0 51, 52, 53, 59, 60, 61,. 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69,
'0,1i 72, 7, 74, 75, 83, 84, 86, 149, 190, 191, and 192, shall be
e d by the two chambers, the following provisions shall be
S.rIeqr;iAn addition to the above-mentioned articles:
^-,t'" yhe twp ch~bers shall meet in Nationil 'Assembly in the
j ;i[ecifi d,:. thq Constitution. The President of the Senate
"teli lde.over the Assembly, the President of the Chamber
Q.putes shall: be the Vice President, and the Secretaries of
'two chambers shall. be the Secretaries. The presence in the
8d' A.sely.of a majority (of the members) of each of
ahers shall he. necessary to adopt resolutions.
f,. 14 event of objection by the Executive Power. to a law
iedb the *legislative body, the President of the Republic
r the.laNw, with his objections, to the Chamber in which
: oginally, passed. If the law thus amended is passed by
SChaber, it shall be sent again to the President for

:. tb' olbj'tions are rejected by the Chamber that originally
:the law, it shall be returned to the other Chamber with

S b.olher Chamber also votes for rejection, the law shall be
:t the President of the Republic, who must promulgate it.
S(To be concluded next week.)
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First All-British Exhibition In New York

PORT AU PRINCE BUSINESSMEN TO
ATTEND FROM TUNE 15th


A group of leading local busin-
essmen are planning to visit the
British Exhibition, which will be
held at the Coliseum in New
York from June 10 to June 26,
1960, under the patronage of
Queen Elizabeth TI and President
Eisenhower.
This exhibition, jointly spons-
ored by the Federation of Brit-
ish Industries and the Dollar Ex-


ports Council. will be the first
comprehensive all-British exhib-
ilton to be staged on the contin-
ent of America. On display will
be a representative cross-section
of many industries British
cars and commercial vehicles;
tractors and diesel engines; ma-
chinery, heavy and light, muth
of it working: lorls; instrum-
ents; aui.lio -" iment and el-


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) THROUGHOUT THI WORLD


ectronics; chemicals;
chinaware; Harwick knii
lold and silver ware; fqo
Irink (in an English inni
much more besides.
There will also be ex
from the London Clearing:!
ers, the Port of London A
ity and the Royal Minl
British Post Office will-s
some of its priceless -col
of early postage stamps
British Broadcasting Corpp
.vill be represented and'
will be British bool:s and
icals, a runni-g ciiema, e
The British Embassy in,
au Prince and the local con
ee of the Dollar Exports.:
cil have granted their patri
to the proposed visit of
group of business men. Ac
ing to present plans, the
will depart from Port-au-F,
on June 15th by PAA and
stay in New York for eight.
luring which they will visit
different sections of the: ex
ion at leisure. Travel arri
ments are being made for_
by Magic Island Tours.
The British Ambassadoi
Port-au-Prince, H. E. Mr.
Corley Smith, who will adi
the group at the Shell AU-
ium on Tuesday 31st May7
today that a warm we
from the organizers of th
isb Exhibition in New 1
awaits not only business"
but also anyone who is int
ed in seeing something of
ern Britain and its indusi
scientific and cultural achi
ments.


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there is some breath-taking new
thing, or some old favorite with
an entirely new twist. Color too
runs up and down a gamut of
popularity and every time we
see something just right for our
house, we wonder that we didn't
think of using the color that way
before. Take for instance, the


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to match the striking two-lipped
pitcher mentioned above. Again
the same gold stripes, one side
in a horizontal fashion, the oth-
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and matching large plate that


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plain on the outside bat havee.
flower garden centers.
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more pieces to have on your
cocktail or coffee tabte once
you see them. They're excitingC
for their design, their color; 'jaWhr
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S(Contined from page 1)
jYand obviously monetary experi- W
ence and spirit the unnamed P
i New York City jobber made a
.:pimnent of 4nill-packed pound
cloth to a Port au Prince mer- t
chant in December of last year. r
This week, as in the past six p
months, a number of Marchands
in the capital city's down-town a
La Saline'and Croix des Bossa- b
les market places were selling e
Sthe flags along with flour sacks ii
and other. material for dresses e
'dnd .ue in the home. tl
: It appears on investigation that C
Only persons of a lower income Ii
:bndcket- are purchasing the sur-
'p:lis- stock flags. Apart from
.ii their uses in..clothing, bed slre-
,ads and tablecloths the flags ci
have been put toeseVeral other n
unique uses iricuding ,the sewing a
together of anuiiber of small
.flags by one La Saline mango R
vendor to make aq effective can- Y
opy and shade ovdr the business o
Install. The flags sell, from 20 n
:,cents to 0Scents a yard, fi
.-.lAT FbLG, WHOSE FLAG? H
S.Wh en questioned by the "Haiti a:
.Sunh" this week none of the vend-
-,:or .'utilizing the U.S. emblem ei
knew that the material was the y
National flag of a. country, fl
The' allowing is the unaltered p
":tex fthe article appearing in te
ltheMay 26th edition of the New fl
York: Times;.:- ;; - tc
'..;The State Dept. confirmed sh
report forwarded to it by Rep- ej
reseitative., 'hirleaI 0. 0; Porter,
oDecrat .of'Oregon, from Ali- C
f C.; .Wyscing of Port' Washing- ai
i'4..."I. Mr. Wyisong, who ni
l~eaied of, the incident during a su
visit to Port au Prince, called st
ithe practice at insult to the flag. ci
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"HAITI SUN"


To Rag
"Assistant Secretary of State
William B. MacComber Jr. told
Mr. Porter in. a letter that the
Government was consid e r i n g
'what measures can be taken
o halt further exports of Ame-
rican flags for inappropriate
purposes."
"Commerce Department offici-
als said the exports could not
ie blocked under present Fed-
ral laws. But they said they had
indicated to New York export-
*rs that if the sales continued
he Administration might ask
Congress to bar them with a new
aw.""

SEVERAL STATE LAWS
"While there is no Federal law
oering the practice, there are
numerous state laws forbidding
buse of the national emblem.
"For example, the Legislative
referencee Service said, a New
'ork law makes it a misdemean-
r, punishable by a $50 fine, to
mutilate publicly, deface or de-
le the national or state flag.
however the statute would not
pply in Haiti.
"The United States Flag Code,
enacted by Congress several
ears ago, states, the way the
ag should be treated. But "it
provides no penalties. The code
lls among other things how the
ag should be hung in relation
other .emblems and how it
hniul he htbrnpd when no loneg-


r in a usable condition.'
"The flags being shipped
aribbean republic appa
re forty-eight-star and
ne star emblems drawn
irplus stocks. The new
ar design will become the
al United States standard


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July 4 but use of older flags will called pound goods, which an
be legal after that. rejects and seconds of all typeS
"In its reply the department of textiles.
said: "Exporters here believed thal
"Our embassy at Port au Prin- any full f I a g s in pound-goods
ce confirms that cotton cloth shipments 'had been sent out in
printed with forty-eight-star and advertently.
forty-nine-star American flags in "New York law forbids pawn.
various sizes is being sold in ing of the national flag, ruffling
Haiti. it or using it for decoration on
"The principal seller of this furniture, bank checks or stati-
material in Port au Prince'in- onery.
formed the embassy that the "Federal law makes it a crime
flags had arrived in a shipment to use the flag as part of a trad-
of so-called mill-packed pound emark. And the Department of
Cloth which he purchased from Justice has stated that defiling of
a New York City jobber." the flag by an enemy alien is a
MANUFACTURERS' crime in time of war.
SURPRISED "Flag regulations for civilians
"Flag manufacturers here ex- were codified by Congress in '42.
pressed surprise at the report Following are some major points
that full flags were being used of the act, which carries no pen-
as dress material and rags in alties for violation:
Haiti. It is generally the practice "Although the flag is custom-
of the trade, they said, to cut arily flown from sunrise to sun-
away the field of stars or to dye set, there is nothing to prohibit
flags black or purple before a citizen from displaying it at
shipment for such purposes. any-time. The flag at Fort Mc-
"It was also noted by manu- Henry in Baltimore, where Fran-
facturers that there was no sur- cis Scott Key wrote what was to
plus of forty-nine-star l a g s. become the National Anthem,
These can be used to cover war flies night and day. It is also
veterans' graves or cut into piec- displayed at. all times over Key-
es for banners and displays. e's grave in Frederick, Md., and
They said few if any forty-nine- at a few other patriotic sites.
.tar flawq nnrljd JWA* MMnt fha wnwnifiav 'it ch.U n-ho nnum


SUNDAY MA Y, 29th,;-


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hands of export jobbers of so- in stormy weather. I February in Salvador. .
to the
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"A flag 1
House at all
House of
Senate when
Session.
"It should
staff briskly
t ly. It should
Touch the g
- ception of re
ring actual
Should be di
is never dip
It is a distre
upside down,
"In parade
of or to the
It is never
but always a


Amba
Ethiopia
H. E. Aml
kel Habtema
Haiti is atte
Sance celebr
thigh week in
As special
Haile Selass
and his wife
Twelve days.
Dr. Lucien
ed his post
Haiti to the
American St
to become a
n oapie


lies over thevSj
times and ovi
Representative.
Those bodies

I be raised '
and lowered'
not be permit
round. With tl
religious emblerni
services, no''
splayed above
iped to other .
ss signal when

es it is carried
right of other'
carried horizon'
loft and free.";


ssador 0O
In Argeni
bassador Gabre
irlan of Ethioi
nding the Inde
nations taking ."
Argentina. i-
envoy of Em!iM
ie- the Ambas
expect to be &b]

Hibbert has re
of Ambassad.
Organization
ates in WasB
President of tl
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K MA Y, 29th, 1960


:report


SRigaud is back from more than'a year abroad. He
Puerto Rico Thursday... Lt. John Peavy became the
Marine to resign his commission here. He is returning to
!in the U.S. as manager of the family sheep ranch...
t. he author of the best-seller Day Of Infamy
_.-of Pearl Harbor) and Night to Re i ember
ng of the Titanic which has been made into a film
o: vacation in Port "bientot"... U.S. Consul Douglas flew
Thursday on business.. Lynn Grosberg, photog-nws-
ed in on her one-way ticket to Trinidad Tuesday... Bill
i-the U.S. Embassy spent the week visiting Panama... Gi-
Sisis home for the Summer from B. A. studies at
tk University... Raoul Berne was given a large send off
when he enplaned for Europe Thursday... Fortune Bogat
-H'Le Macho" Haitian Don Juan is on a business-com-
p that will take him through Canada and. the Scandin-
tries... Mrs Toni De Breed of KLM is visiting town and
y:Mrs John Cusick returned from visiting with her daught-
ce Puerto Rico Thursday... The Charles Bigios are vaca-
1 qrseas. They departed on the 24th. The Bloc Medical
der the baton of Robert Miehaud who graduates from
Faculty. this year. The Choir can be heard at the Hai-
erican Institute Wednesday' night... The Ball to be held
at the Sans Souci hotel is expected to be as successful as
field during the Winter. Officially opetung the Saummer seas-
..ball will be for the benefit of the Handicapped... Elecbrie
manager Everett Shrew sbury after a fortnight at the labor
ining- table flew to 'ie "U.S. on business perhaps to find
ition to the blackout which has recently been increased...
Eon Lee the Flowerman leaves tomorrow by PAA for Jamaca
luirto Rico and Key West. TTe expects to return in a fortnight...
`IMrs Philip Williams departed yesterday on a three weeks
bon in the U.S. Mr Williams is the U.S. Embassy CounceUor.
;,ndren are vacation in Puerto Rico... The Faculty of Eth-
'football team beat St. Marc last week 2-1. The two top
Ssity teams, the Faculty of Science and Ethnology thrashed
am of the school of International High Studies seven- zero...
y night "le group Oksion" organized a grand ball at the
viera on the occasion of Mothers' Day with the "L'Ensemn
in ,i.r. the. ,'.: .


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U.S. Shil
SSS. VIc

SAn international maritime I
-or dispute arising from effc
;. by an American Maritime I
on to organize Italian crew me
bearss may well result In the dr
ping of two cruiseship custom
Pi;'from Haiti's summer register
the Incres Line's SS Victoria a
:,S. Nassau.
: Recently inaugurated on i
:. Caribbean run and a regu
Caller at Port au Prince, the.:
?', Victoria, (scheduled to calf he
iin late May,) left from a Stal

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SUNDAY MA Y, 291


"HAITI SUN',


pping Dispute Could Affect Haiti's Tourist Tr
CTORIA SAILS 11 DAYS LATE FOR CARIBBEAN AND PORT AU PRINCE


Island anchorage Thursday eve-
ning last week bound for the Car-
ibbean with 199 passengers ab-
oard after being delayed for
11 days.
Victoria sailed, stated the New
York Times of May 26th, only
after the ship's engine room
crew, which on a previous .sail-
ing attempt had refused to start
the ship's engines and forced the
cancellation of a voyage, heeded
a State Supreme Court Order


Incres Line
Eastern Shipping
amnburg-American.
Eastern Shipping
Incres Line
'Eadtern Shipping
Intres line
Eastern Shipping
Eastern Shipping
SEastern Shipping
Easern Shipping
Estearn Shippipg
Cunard
Cunard
Eastern Shipping
Swedish-American
)AM (HoIand-American
-. Norweg.-American
Swedish-'Amerikan
Eastern Shipping
AM Holland.Akmeri'can
S Norweg.-Akneriian

Slwedish American
Holland-American


that enjoined an American mar-
itime union from organizing the
ship's Italian seamen.
Thus Victoria sailed late for
the Caribbean and her Haiti call
and set out from an unnacust-
omed berth because the Nassau,
second ship of the Incres Line,
was immobilized at the Compan-
y's Hudson River pier. The New
York Times stated that several
of Nassau's crew paraded at the
battery with signs stating that


SAILING DATE
May '26th
May 27th
May 27th
June 3rd
June 9th
June 18th
June 28th
July 1st
July 16th
Aug. '12th
Aug. 27th
Aug. 30th
Aug. 31st
Sept. 17th
Sept. 24th
Sept. 30th
Oct. 7th-
OoLt 11h

Oct. 15th

Nov. 18th

Nov. 19th
Nov. 22nd


the crews of both ships were "on
strike."
Whether or not the overwhelm-
ing majority of the ships' crew
members who signed pledge
cards calling for better working
conditions will get them or not
is as yet undecided but if the
two Incres vessels are dropped
from Haiti's summer schedule it
will be a bad blow to the tourist
industry here.
SS. Victoria was to herald the
commencement of Haiti's sumnm-


I


er cruiseship season but i
of the delay encountered ,
the SS. Yarmouh of the I
Shipping Co. is scheduled
rive first. Le Matin state
week that some 10,000 *
are expected to come b;
to Haiti this summer in 4
of 24 vessels, both cruis
cargo.
The following list of sch
arrivals details vessels
Port up to and including D
ber.


ALSO CALLS AT
Ciudad Trujilo, San Juan, St. Thomas, and Bermuda
Po~t Antonio, Kingston, Ciud'ad Trujillo, San Juan and St. Thd
Nassau, Cap Haitien, Montego Bty
Nassau, Cap Haltien. Monltego Bay
Nassau, Cap Haitien, IMontego Bay
St. Thomas, 'San Juan, Ciudad Trujllo, Kingston
Nassau
Nassau
Nassau
Nassau
Nassau
Nassau
St. Thomas, Martinique, Trinidad, La Guayra, Curacao, Nassai
St. Thomas, La Guaa. Curacao, Nassau i
St. Thomas, La Guayra, Curacao, Nassau
St. Johm, St. Thomas, San Juan, Ciudad Trujillo, Montego Baj
Montego Bay :
St. Thomas, Guadeloupe, Grenada, Ouraoa .
Martinique, Grenak., La GuIayra, Curacao
Martinique, Grenada, La. Guayra, Curacao .
St Thomas, Curaleaio, 1Cristdbal, Montego Bay
St. Thomas, San Juan, 'Dominka, BarbaJdos, Trinidad, Grez
IOurnaio. Kingsiton
Kingwton, Oactagena, San Blas, Cristdbal, Grard Cayman, NaM
San Juan, it. Thorns, Ourcao, Cristdbal, Kingston, Montego T


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liique Bourand Monday


A t Fu Prince Police chief
I) :s Daniel Beauvoir are
.the. United States.
'ad Mrs Joseph Cassagnol
ated their golden wedding
rary Friday: Fifty years
elng bliss.

l. Buckhantz of the new.
raCasino rushed to Los
les Satu'rday to the beside
h sick mother. He received
o~ in-'the 'morning thaT his
oth,.had suffered a heart at-


.Eva Meinberg daughter of Mr
Itrs Walter (Mahogany)
Meinberg. ret u r n e d yesterday
from attending classes at. Pine
Crest in PFok.iderdale'I Flor-
IdaHer cousAi~'Nta ga'iduates
Cor lear Water highschool in
I'loida next month.
ean and Suzanne Saurel ret-
B .6om their fortnight state-
i6Iyeacation yesterday.

i Ernest Barbot returned
yesterday, from France where in
s city as director of edu-
Iin he conducted special stu-
i'He returned with -his w;fe.
p Valme returned from
:: wYork Saturday.
,i s Roland Lataillade flew in
fii:ingsto Friday.
obrt and Richardina ThearJ
j back from the U. 'b.
mCe'.Efnd family came to town
.Yok Saturday.

'ia.ie B. Laroche one of the
i.'surviving French Foreign
S es who fought in the
ol Verdun i4 the 1914-13
.is awaiting papers. from
he prior n-tagaldg up g reid-l
with l2 i erican **aifee in
.0hin'4 WM i Holder of the
_eh 'Legion of Honor and
i de Guerre Colonel: Laro-
as Haitian Ambassador to
i .Venezuela and Panama
S"- retirement from the
'Army. He was Military
eand Charge d'Affair in
.ton for a number of


The league of the Red Cross
Societies announced Wednesday
in Geneva .that eight countries
had responded to its appeal the
day before on behalf of the Chil-
ean earthquake victims.
The Red Cross units .of the
United States, Argentina, Cuba,
Ecuador, Haiti, the Netherlands,
Norway and Peru reported that
they hrd already dispatched re-i
lief shipments and funds-to Chile,
the league said..'

HANDICAP WEEK
'The Association Haitienne pour
H1 Rehabilitation des Handicap-
es has arranged a comprehen-
Iive program for tie week's an-
nual appeal and this includes
invitations to the public to visit
the home to see tlre children and
the activities conducted' there, a
concert. by Haitian artists and' a
Gi-and Ball at the Sans Souci
Hotel Friday night.
"Response to the drive for do-
natiqns has already been very
encouraging, even' before the
special week commences'," stat-
ed Sister 'Joan of' thg St. Vin-
cent's School. for .Handicapped
Children on Friday.
. A target of $10,000 has been
set for this year's "Handicap
Week" appeal and the funds do-
nated will go towards the- purch-
ase of a boarding home in the
city for crippled children com-
ing"to Port au Prince from the
provinces for treatment.
At present the budget- for the
leased home runs to $500 per
,nonth which includes three
meals a day, rent, clothing and
medical care for 70 children
from the provinces. These child-
ren come to the' home from Les
Anglais in the South and all are-
as in between to the Mole in the
North which even includes La
Gonave.

VENEZUELAN AMBASSADOR
PRESENTS CREDENTIA&LS
Dr.:1. omul-.RArarjob presented
his credentials to President Dr.
Francois Duvalier at the Na-
tional Palace Friday morning.
Following the presentat ions
the Ambassador conversed am-
iably with the President and ac-
compailied by members of the
embassy staff placed wreaths
on the tomb of Jean Jacques
.Dessalines.


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NION S -HOOL increase in enrollment a vague PUBLIC HEALTH MINISTER
S- 'dream began-to-take more dist- RETURNS C' ,."
(Continued from page 9) 'et shape The idea of building Minister Qf 'Pulnc.i"eal
*a permanent establishment to Population Dr Carlos Boulos. is.i
in a new burst of enthusiasm, ,house Union School had been expected to return here Sunha;y
even adding French to the curr- Jpoken of often in the past, but trom attending the World Health.i
iculum. With the financial help pow a small fund began to acc- Organization congress in "iGeva
derived from. benefit bingoes, emulate as bazaars and other this weekend. .
raffles and plays in addition to benefits 'brought in money. Ev- The return of the Milnster-ac-,
the tuition, the school was able ntually the Haitian government cording to Le Jour Friday *iUl
to have an average of five teach-' donatedd the site ,of the present probably coincide with tihe ,op:d
crs a year for the 20 to 50 stud- building on the Exposition 'eniig of the campaign for ite'
(its attending classes. grounds and ,the land for the. Eradication of Malaria. .'-'
school was broken in 1951. In
1925 and another blow fell up- Fanuary of 1954,tAe school was. progress has been 'made. In ou.
on the little school. Hasco closed lnoved into its final location. modern world education is. made,:
temporarily that year and Col- In the early spring of 1953 it up of more than reading,writin
ony School .had to find another Was recognized that the school and arithmetic. The opportui y
,location. It was'moved a number needed mor? room to take-care to .work and play with chlren
of .times dtiring the next six of the increasing, enrollment. A of' different nationalities he, l"
years. .ew .wing was added to the us to understand one anotle i
In September 1943 school open- school, enlarging the kindergart- and to develop tolerance, wh4djc
ed in still another spot. It was en and adding two new rooms is so important for maintaining
on the Champ de Mars and for for the first and second grades. world peace (da .
the next ten years it was destin- These rooms -are particularly i We of the graduating cl
ed to remain there. During thpt" attractive with the enclosed pat- want to express 6uriappreciat.
time a-major step in school pol- ios adjoining each room. ion for the dfforts-:of parehtsi
icy war~ taken. The assembly Union School, with its present *teachers, and school board .it
unanimously voted to take qual- staff of 14 teachers, has come our behalf. As we say "au 'e-'
ified students of'any nation to a long way since those humble voir" we express witl it t'a.
better express her new status its first enrollment.- This' year cere wish for success as Uni:
the school's name was changed beginnings. 110 students made.up School endeavor to prepare hBz'
to Union School. 274 children were enrolled. Many Students to field their individuals
Now that there %was a constant important changes and much places in today's worJl.,. .:,

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S. Navy Ships Visit
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M"bPstering and welcomed the screen was placed at
eras l)een wrought in Jac- end of the wharf, leading pl
i' by the .advent of the new of room for the audience to \
iaf'; tf tnrasformation was the films in a cool open
ligited by "Alacrity" and "theatre."
lt." the first U S: Navy Oficers from the visiting ve
- to call at Jacmel in 32 els'called on Captain Leo Sc
,both of whom called aL Commandant for the Jacmel
petty Coffee port on Friday trict the Prefect. Le Mai


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I 'lued .hips making this, the
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and Mayor Crrenard Louis. Of-
ficers and men from the U. S.
ships enjoyed several excursions
including trips to Carrefour
Raymond a beach which they
stated compared -with the best
of Pacific beaches.


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The Managementfof Caribbean
Mills Inc. and the Union of Em-
ployees of this Company announ-
ce the amiable settlement of the
conflict which existed between
the said Company and its empl-
oyees. To this effect, a joint per-
manent committee composed of
representatives or Management
and of employees has been for-
med to review any difficulties
which may arise in the future
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TO ASSIST AGRICULTURE
AND AVIATION
A big boost was given Haiti's agriculture and avia
lion activities with the dedication of the Republic's ne"
and extensive National Meteorological Service station
this week id Port an Prince, Aux Cayes and Cap Hai
tian.


Ceremonies for the inaugurat-
ion of the Synoptic, Climatoro-
logy, and Agricultural sections
were held Wednesday morning
on the second floor of the Pan
Xmerican building where the
Port au Prince section of the
service is contained; the stations
it Aux Cayes and Cap Haitian
were opened simultaneouslyy by
wire.

Aimed at giving Haiti a far
better weather observation and
forecast system, the National
Meteorological Service is intend-
ed to provide comprehensive
weather services for agriculture
and aviation. This latter aid
could well bring about an increa-
se in air traffic.to Haiti.
Driving force behind the con-
struction- of the national service
was United Nations expert Ro-
ger 'Grappe a, Flmi$hman
from the World' Meteougical
Organization which is located in
Geneva. Grapr first came' to
Haiti on Agust 12th,' 1959 and
swiftly submitted a .plan to ,the
authorities efor the setting up of
two weather observation stations
and a forecat station, the latter
:o be centred in the capital city.
The United Nations Organiz-
tion provided $4,X0 worth bf
equipment for t 1 stations .and
the expert technical 'knowledge
of Roger Grappe, while the Hai-
ian Government supplied t'he
buildings to house the stations
t Aux Cayes and Cap Haitien.

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By early February of t bi
year the stations at Port a
Prince and Cap Haitien wer
ready and these were followed
by the Aux Cayes service ii
March. In conjunction with thi
setting up of these three stati
ons the Climatorology station a
Damien was reorganized. During
this period Roger Grappe-.train
ed a group of observers, include
ing several Haitian Army per
sonnel, for a period of three
months, at the same time train
ing a second group in forces
work. This second group wa
composed of eight Haitians. wh
previous to their training undei





STUDENTS' CONGRESS


(Continued from page 1)
.The Union wound up its first
congress with the election of new
officers in a secret ballot. Eigh-
ty delegates representing eight
faculties and "Ecoles Superieu-
res" voted..
The newly, elected, officers are'
as folloiv: Guy'Lominy. of the
law Faculty. was elected Pres-,
ident. "
Yves Frandoip "'la ien of the
Medidll Faculty, Secretary Gen-
eral.
Dejean Belizaire of the Scien-
ces Faculty in charge- of Natio-
nal affairs.
Claude Auguste of the Dental
mid Law Fadulty in charge of
International Affairs.
Mr. Joseph Rosney 'oi the "E-


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Grappe had no experience
soever in weather asaii
Their new found skill :
started them on a caj
new technical service'.-m
but has placed them wi"
cial chance of becoming i
" ists.
These newly trained
work at the Port au
. tion conducting forecast .
-a subject in;'which theye.9
- illy versed as they a
s with map compiling
u morning they receive a
e weather charting from e
d rican Air Force base'
n Juan. .
e .
- Amongst those attend
t dedication ceremony, we
g Minister of Finance and
- ture, Gerard Philippeauxi
'- wander of the Army, G
- Merceron; commander '
e Air.Force, Colonel Dahacl
- ger Grappe, U.N. expert
t Goatier, the first Director:
s Meteorological Service an
o John I Richardot, Head'oJ
r United Nations in Haiti.


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