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

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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00265


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happy retur to my "I would even say to the An-
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haye, I been so close to .m
fry as during those four
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my life delegated its p ;wer6to defend. ;' : "
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months wonderful work y o iave acliev-
ist. LE-," ed iri the last' session, work t li&
idertak- reflects not only thd airakio. i
s. press' of the nation but also .our d&
to tdrn 'dicaton to.the fl-te Ibihave .-
and I ways been with'yo.p :ts
itwh te' .not necessary for .e tsmrn t-
ae a-. ing to really that riot tdry.
Kive al 4tme where at th6 same tribune'
.c^ienu Ib etg Ifel 'tte -i4 Ma H B
respect '.t, and still feel about te de
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aboUt ian people fought and are still
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lar,.A'#. 1W A Y uia. r, 'U~ and,.Europe,
ter' "ini-s with.her. Back ~.ow in the U.S.
tjmo:6#tbe i tof t AwHi& rican Public
SdpiL. Alaftini.e' with an.
ei ti.;',a1.er less!'ta.8a -ear in
g4 i~ tbhe aitnii s#pii Her .painlings
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Rlaed. 'w"i gracedd. and; eregahce.
*"shoppng dresses, coktails dress-
he'iladies .of; the audience so enth-
pay, vist the -Gift Fair next.

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AT OOFFWAL OPENING OF NEW U.S. ;.Oi


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Gerald Drew after making; a complete tour it the new U.S. Nibb usyiasty S rady
inaugration .dy for the impr sve eiic. AC omp1ed A yM t *
SGoeonient its a nity bunsneismen,, theorPresident m4d ur Embare .
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U.S. COLONEL'S
FAREWELL "
With -his pending .conclusion,.
his tour of duty in this deaL a
his return to duty in.Pennsylh
hiM Colonel Foley of t-.-UA
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er sice;, e y.. he ft tdok 'bsli pai-ted Pri, ,Pa, ,i e ",nd
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e f tt fors th Selebrated .v colltlpn emulates: mrq
spa s gaen bf Mple,r
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ff t : p I. gdut'o-:ubjects from fla
BMA4S41tg pi th ite rv.ek ng re& haired Clkis tlrpu
-,:; ition e .lo e 'concld- til lie's odf einty'bdtte to a
D c K-avrsiF ~ejat the Centse wPre6oplnc,6f self 'potraits
q P! mge-of 9 ai h t, wanted ,all .the s
gnifr i" r $ rs ,mend the 'o ate f at give lie to the artist's'po-
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Ro totdhe 'Acad ema e Jat si -of'.the#'orl-a y old ,
..Art!i" wher.cf e, .train- the fir ,ght of tHe lay.
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work, a personal touch which
altogether seduces and nioves. -
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Stwo 'column Le Jour article-
under the signature of Andre *
Galliano on June 1st. Galliano
stated in his critic, entitled "The g .
Art of Marie Florence Roy,"
"she is looking or her way and
does not belong to any particul- "
4ar school of painting. He also
commends her choice, and varle- T r ,,
ty of colors. He calls his im- Luie F*F'"nh
pression of her one-man show
"the technic. at the service of
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AY J U NE 5th, 1960 HAITI SUN "

H HAITI 8UN GENERAL MERCERON CL:EBRAr
EHAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER BIRTHDAY..
V.0Connmmnity Weekly. Published Sunday Morning -
'-Comuni'hty Weekly Published S unday Mornlg 'J Birthday celebra t i On s were Roger Beauvoir, Mr. and
r-Publher BERNARD DIEDERICH held for Army Chief of Staff, Guy LaraqueL -the eigi
erant- esponsable MAUIbLAIR* LABISSIER J General Pi e r re M e r c eron Arcahale and the.
BMBER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN. .- amongst a gathering of family, thr. ,
.I. "ES PEABSED IN 950 The Editor ., friends and offices under. s '
"'. aiti Sun command at the Gentral. s .coun- -
AR Yi' '~ ADear Sir: try'horie near Arcahale on Sun- .
A Y "[ T GE MORALE .BOOSl Can you tell me who: Princess day.- CONL) ..?:
4 'lthe Haiti. Army received a smart and Margaret's former husband was?" Among the many people who -;
.boot this week 'iWtfhthe issuing ov-j divisions According to the "Haiti Sun" called to pas ibthday fel Protocolh ie mnt.
i uli~nsigni'as. lenotin g he militaryy section of (May 22nd, 1960, page 14,) the citations were Mr. and Mrs. Ce.. accompalmedby art officer of
er Princess was on board the Bri- h1ent Barbot, Mr and Mrs Luck- 'Presidential Guard called
eslivip easy 'and indtnt recognition the tannia somewhere in the Carib- ner Cambrone, members of the Charge FAffairr.ofCh
"o p-iovide easy and infant recognition the bean with her- NEW husband An- General's .staff pnd their wives, Mrtial RivieraPr
~ es are to be worn on lhe'left shoulder and ,thony Armstrong Jones? Prison Commander .arid Mrs.- neay this week
n.'losizes -*one~size for the' rans ande. smaller Henry L. Bermingham, Wesner Blain, Mr. -Leslie Bogat, Haitian 'Governmentd'.
dffideras. f 'one is looking for 'a member of Im- May 30tb, i960. arie de Lorenzo, Mr. ,iand Mrs: cesa.'for. the- death'
roni then ai one fr'as it do. is sort out'the man "thtaken .-by itee.
the lhouider inrigna. .denoting- a brown hand are to blame to a certain extent for their negligence but there .. e ..m.. e-
*g Wlie .'hand on a red, blue and 'black back- is stronger evidence of fault. As the,. centre beds -of flowers "'' -.""-,
':.., climb higher and higher witi their companion tall.grass and weeds,. SPECIAL' -
teasier to recognize'is thLe man! wearing the col- so does the accident rate climb..at an "alarming rate. .-
1.'.ge with .a steering wheel enscrol1ed is the -Wednesday provides a.'graphic, example. At approximately, 9am .CJIAi ; '
I u,3 of our if tlhie city's T'raffic Depart- came the all-to-familir souid of a violent crash preceded by the .
,'. warning tire and brake protest, result -- Minister of Finance and
sensi'ble.'boost weI Qinlderway a recent eug- Agriculture Mr. Gerard Phillppeaux. surveying the result of a for- By
cteurrently .beig--pondered in official citti'-~well tunately non-injmu-s:.mpact between his new Ford .and a taxi.- "
-'menitiron. It aes (been proposed that the Trraffic. Less than 20 niinutes later came.-the warning again and ti- ii VOL AGE,
ifteit "iearent be ouutfiithd with a new ini- -t was a traffic poliUman dislodged frm motorcy le aill. a"late
o .replace-he ~"dlff ki ,Yle now in- toite. which is model sed n-with broken headlight and cumpd 'fender' Ohce ': B -
y dralb but is far from conductive in sepaating again no injuiies apart.from a severe shaking up for.,tle traffic LL. n
n from the ofhier Aimy .units. cop. I -
4 uo ieugge-tion is that the Traiffio Department be Thus the pattern follows day after day with smash upon sm'ash
Withpd Whale 'blue ulniformDs short sleeved shirt, and 99 and 2 thirds of them caused by lack of visibility in turning
ouers wt h thin red stripe and a matching uniform caused. by the ever flourishing flowers. So far no one has- been
to replace 'the podnterous.rhelmet. The acceptance killed but if the rate keps up then it won't belong.
Vhis uniform' would ebebeneficial in many ways. Pretty flowers are,very nice to look upon but buckled fenders, THM. P T" --C...
'has (been started, 't ait miteriail for the new outfits and perhaps broken bodies are not. Rectification-lies per niedium a) -'
ween.' hotelidn
'be .as dhap to purchase as the khaki. that of a few minutes work with a pair of gardeners clippers. Advo- or petionvffle I'
|es wltlh arguments on.cost. But, far more im- sates of floral beauty, could still have their flowers -' smaller tien;":'''
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to the TrTffic.,Department'and at -tie same ness. .. '. CmOlfiI.3!ot. X
them to 'a *unit easily recognizable by the pub- ,. -- ,-,-----r-t and.3 2"
to tlh.
are the touriwtswho a ,Tive in.the oat TandA D. H 2
eek directions but don now whether they i .
Sto enquire same from the Traffic Depart- D -epartures m ..Port -a
oli, 'Mlitia or Palaice Guard. Many ifeelbere O O ce every Wednesday and Su"da
e'Trai"fic division 'are thoroughly versed in Span- it's Are a 0 morning returning folow
.%wMAEpanOit'sarealyfineiM
td.Ehgslidh as wefl t their own languagese So why o hw e it OR. R Em i F-
e them "stand-ts" for those tourists w Swhen it 's
Make iuse of tihis-1inguistc ability? JOHNNIE E R ROA
's Royal Momnted Polioe are the mo photo- KER
Srolitp e 'force" in the .world at the moment. W AL. AGIC
Baiti's traffic police a new and attractive uniform '
mo'now? Iey may well become the prominent e t ** ** *. '''4' 0 0I.A _'
bgs' cameras. HNNIE WALKER
from ts, easy recognition in the'ase of an N I
ify be i',ra frc or ltflherwise, is a very desire. J .. r Brl .o atgofag strong :
.,,o .Ur au 'Prince would profit by the accept- ,. i

Ih* e new uniforms"..~. "" -. L PREETZMAN-AGGERHOLM, DISTRIBUTOR Tel '" .
GASS AND ACCIDENT RATE GROWS '
re of morbid 'nature and a lover of the "music" produce '
eIdoscople symphony of metal meeting metal. then with-
Sthe'best perforrrance' you can attend is the daily "con-
.'.tking place on Avenue MIArie-Jeanne. 'oR-AUHATIW
Vn"is not an avid follower of these daily rituals but FPANTAL d d9
qtiency in recent weelkg.outside and in the.near regions .
6urnal's headquarters makes our attendance consistent
~ched the stage for suggestiori of rapid action. EX ISITE F IC I
itess to these daily dr-mas we can le.id testimony to the U
i evvry day of the '..eek at fLequent 'intervals Avenue Ma- Desi Sr ts
,-reverberales to the. sq ieel of protesting brakes and tires AND SUPERB AND FAMOUS
by the.heart rending crash of metal striking metal; head- QlaiH Ma me 'Od aas SieaL
8 -side, fore and aft but all with the same result dented '
.Broken glass and frayed tempers. 3RANDRUE t PH04 684
.lt?- undoubtedly the drivers of the respective vehicles
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SUNDAY JUNE 5th, 19j


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SU.. Flags

CERTAIN SELLER OUTRANKS
Tie down-town trading district of Port an Prince is lier
etateiing and hot, playing it on a par with current makn
tt. Department feelings and bustling with activity
spite the acrid summer heat for the Marchands have A
tonid on to a sure-fits seller 48 and 49 star Unit- ion,
an'
'States fags. thou
.": '"a ", deal
applying the endless trading Pierre Assad, one of the three Stat
id'bartering of the women ven- principal Port-au-Prince merch- mon
Fw&ith hundreds of aunes, (an ants selling the flag material, cda
-s- the equivalent of an ell conducts his business from the
ichbes,) daily are the close "Chez Pierre"; a single-roomed. Rot
p of "boutique tiles" shop of appearance closely allied way
"tt. piece goods store) which to its fellows'in the crowded noisy 12 c
d'-along. Port au Prince's area on Rue Quarte' Callin (nam-
t. .'Avenues dust laden ed after money coined in 18th
nt. of the drapery, business. Century Saint Domingue). Pra
sited- in the shadow cast by Entering the spacious Iron
Aeageless Iron Maiket. doors of his establishment the
Soly one short'week since eye swiftly picks out the famil- TI
|VU;S. State Depaartment voic- iar stripes and stars from the Hail
1a :ncPrted. alarm.- at the na- literally hundreds upon hundreds lively
rtemblem being sold in of bolts of materials that climb seWli
A.min.Haiti but it is mbre .on ponderous shelves almost reta
n-Wsx -months '-since the first from floor to ceiling. Bolts of pow
'o'ru 'red, white and blue flag material that overflow the shelv-' syst
.eia61 made its debut on!;.the es and the lori counter protrude Pi
Mt'.mniarket scene'of Port au their colors from large open car- ersil
ce"Since that. fhist f t iAn 'tbns distributed liberally around as.
imberlasstrhbe' 'gy-1tiatetidl .the. shop's floor space. Hail
it sold-.-at,. a" staggering.:rate Assad and his assistants meas- sona
.a... nu" ber. of reasons di- 'ire out cloth for prospective is t
.'th .-.weeklcby merchants buyers on a well fingered but way
.din f. '.,%tei .material in durable ."aune stick" and when the
S' r'i- -, for sale to the busy market wo- em
ithimblemed material men a scale is loaded high with em
.a.a .i ss of x-aim- the. cuttings; '.- .... -.
t,. fcafise'it is cheap. MAJOR" dgt EARNERS P'
-M o lishopkeeper- Pier- Despite' the*'iunpretentious'ap- man
I e' i.....d.pe. Lepbanese pearance these "boutique toile" e
`14 t stated. ;weare are re one of Haitf's major money flag
'-pianid it is- pnly earning businesses anti the trail tried
dy the mater- of buyers entering.: nd leaving dbie
SanMr^it&s colors into the material stewn shops is tine
41itk,-eriefs for the- ceaseless from the time they op- corn
biit d overs en to: the time the iron shutters sion
r:^ bthes o orhe' 4'caille announce closing time -a time Ti
Se.d.tj .: .whichis gradually becoming eart- mai
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"SATELLITE'
each day as the su
;es its presence felt r
n]y with each appear
big man of friendly di
, Pierre Assad stated
interview this week th
.ght he was making a
d" when during a visit
es towards the do
iths of last year he pu
a "few thousand" yax
flag material from
hmann & Son of 375
, New York for the s
'ents per yard, FOB.


atik And The I
Flag
he selling, of the U.S.
ti is performed by the
ly simple method of
ing by the importer ,
iler and by Haiti's
ering force in the i
em. Pralik.
ratik, named by Yale
ty Professor -Sidney W.
"the paramount featu
ti's struggle to maintal
il economic relations
he Haitian market wo
of securing and solid
channels of ,everyday,
it is. into this complex
that tho- U.S. national
has entered.
racticallyi every mark
n carry on Pratik .am
ain that 'the-lengths,: o
cloth seen 'daily being
slung over shoulder
lie form on the head ar
d to become embroiled
ntry-wide system of "c
s."'
he means of creating
ntaining Pratik is b
nting of economic conce
ch may take the form
ions in price, quantity,
or many other dive
is.'The rewarpi for these
ions takes the form ol
red pathways to .suppi
and. In effect, the inte
will be seen to be ti
e portion of her -- po
it in a theoretically ra
ket situation, in return
B measure of assurance
will both be. able to a
k.and then to dispose o
'us, it Is said that a co
nation of Pratick" is "
omer" and involves p
all sellable and useal
.'Today the women on
Bossales and the other
'laces throughout the c
conduct their Pratik
customers and "good
rs"' from many parts
Wtry. Perhaps tomorrow
of U.S. flag cloth will
h and south with man
purchases to make the
earance in dozens of s
districts to-once more b
d to Pratik, or perhaps
es more, before being
a dress, shirt, pillow
bed cover.
he United States flag
very much in the ha
ti's market women and
tik.


In Millions

' CLOTH ON LOCAL MARKET
mmer Unfortunately Assad returned statement by sa
m o r e to Port-au-Prince" to -find the people were usir
nce. capital's mark et overflowing material to make
with the selfsame material, flags ad' maintained thi
ispost- of all sizes. Since that time the so although the
during sales have continued at an un- making a number
hat he flagging pace. bags."
"good As to the cost" of the "Old Glo- Estimating the p
to their ry" material Iwhich arrives chand- reselling
sin g here in an uncut state, contrary Pierre Assad staid
rchas- to the article in the New Yofk were lucky she
rds of Times,) Assad said that there "cinq cobs Amer
Philip is a 20 per cent Customs duty ne (5 cents Ame
Broad- entailed in bringing the mater- Thus, if the bus
urnm of ial into the country and he sells men worked hard
the material out again at 20,"21 material" all. day
and 22 cents per aune depend- places she might
S.Q ing on the haggling capacity of 20 and. 60 cents.
W.SE the marchand. With smiling face And now yet an
Assad pointed o.it bolts of mat- or is hitting the
lag in erial on his .shelves with Iron ets in. the form o
Srea-in Curtain origin, such as Poland with large white
direct and Hungary, which sold for the red, white an
to the 4.60 for 25 yards. This material This newcomer, c
all-em- was 26 inches wide. is selling at 25 y
market In comparison, Pierre Assad (8 and a half ce
continued, the U.S. flag mater- New York, FOB,
Uaiv- ial,. -athough it cost $4.80 for a only 26 inches wi
Mintz similar length, had a big selling THIS MEANS
Mre advantage by being 36 inches MILLION I
in per- wide, (6 flag across,) and was Of the original
ships," of more durable quality than material to enter
hips, that from the Iron Curtain coun- market Assad .esl
main's tries. So he said the U.S, should has sold 25. thou!
trade not worry as their material was estimates .-that. t
syst- competing favorably with that' come close tO 75
sembl- from...the -Satellites. with the other i.
The busy retailer admits that- included,. A
he. is "'a little k'orried" about an material stockists
't wo- order placed in New York for a ham and Matlan
d' Iit is further 20 thousand yards of the have also inirftM
At V,S. popular material saying that at; and have-sretiorte
g car- though his order had been con-- rapid seller.
or in firmed the current State Depart- Joseph.Abrahau
re des- meht- turmoil and furore might teresting ightfon
in the cancel out his. order., the flags saleltin
'onces- ,He continued that the State the many wbho-'r
Department made. an erroneous (Continue


g and
y the
sessions
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e "con-
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tential
random
rn for
e that
acquire
if it.
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with
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PR VIDES VARIETY OF, SUPPOSITIONS BUTFAT SILL ELUDING, PUBLICATION^
i. aipag6 1) that the arrested ditizenrs, against to launch everything,) was'to be the U.S. --Mrs Simon David LE JOUR.COi .MENTr DI
eotibi:to Po.ice whom'the actual inquiry did not pent by the .Pont au Prince cen- requesting an urgent reply. This Le Matin continues by s
LeL4. g inome. .reveal 'anything, have been freed :tre to the centre' abroad. This reply came back i:1 dode and aft- ','The interpretations are.i
er .qestipnng. < better appears .to have' been sent e'svere qutestioin.'.ertain of nied. anyway that Le
N:. >- INT'' RPRET A 'T through ] the following channels; .the ,. arsted .persons". accepted itsd edi3of of yesterday,
a t' r INTEPRETATION Mr. Rony Chenet, .Mrst Robert ,to decipher the message. It was day,) gives anotherr o.ofhe
t arian :toordiation that Bssan, Mrs. Charles Millery, then an. exposure f .nmes agrees 'with oidrs onily :
,6f; ex Acom- adhl b n al tor ane Mr. Ban'eau, .Mrs. Dqiini.que a.ll belongix to .weU-l]knin De; points.: .Here it,,". '
n ,.,= I4 iwi. exvdcl benomable to -"gl.ie?". a e o.e-e
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: g,) othat..the ocials of th "The ,Jetter ,was intercepted ","e,. orreoe e was, set-
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senator'ss Scathing Speech

"Ne Must Count Only On Ourselves"


a. from page 1) certain 'milieux" may provide
4ould be nasty sar- a certain discontent. "Que vou-
r" part to say that lez-vous?"
for -the better.
pnfess and I must "It is my conviction that we
It, because this is MUST COUNT ONLY ON OUR-
:: this error that SELVES. The help of others will
ltian Republic to be come after and MAY NEVER
tbon as far as suff- COME. That is why we must not
icerned No, a wait for the manna to fall from
a no! On the side heaven.
ons that fight for ,
$ead, on the side "I do not come to propose
? nations that work new taxes, anyway everyone
We. to increase not knows my position towards tax-
livelihood but the es. I have already said it publ-
lother nations rich- icly at this tribune a few months
can say that we ago; all the sectors will have
e s situation of a larger compensation than that
sflittle sacrifice we are asking
from them if we possess a place
apan n the midst suitable to support those jets that
r mysterious na- will by put into circulation by
her mysterious na- 192.
.in Japan in the 1962."
pulation .united by
pulation acted by Senator Constant then read to
Iady to accept any the Senate the text of his vow:
Japato. ensure the "That the executive establishes
Japanese Em- with the briefest. possible delay
-a new excise tax of 0.02 cents
ble side of Jap per gallon of gasoline affected
it failed to movw exclusively for the construction
re in. Haiti o of a new modern airport in Port
disposed to con. au Prince." The Senator conti-
s; voices cost nued, "I demand in favor of that
erltot exa t vow the benefit of urgency and
to illustrate the .'! immediate vote. I know the dil-
rtieres, at.the Butte ;.
he North by those
ooted heroes who
Sacrifice of their
kte us from oppres- _
a nation. But,
ust make the sacri- .. =
Starts yelling. ..S LL .M
have known diff-
all have been .
in their difficulties
K their own means
be assistance of a


tur to the moth-
:have made a pain-
: and this discovery
.arrive at the con-
,e must count on-
Wn force. We must 4 /F4 -.1
m any sacrifices LES PLUS BELLES MOSAIC
grave danger me- AITIEN
be you don't know
eAirline compa- j u
the decision twoSHTI
(that is 1962), FLA
n driven planes
w the Republic
o have a modern
rt the weight of "

problem does
solution the Re-
will be complete-
the rest of the
s from now. WVe
rate place. to re-
t. All our hotels
close their doors,
ps, our taxi driv-
ttle Haitian hand-
_lgo crazy. Bec-
blic of Haiti paxt-
tourism, it is the
.revenue for the
because of this _
nace which hliov-
lureof the count- ,. .,
tits tribune to
at conshtitutes a
a vow which in JOSEPH NADAL & CO.


ficulties of the people, The Gov-
ernment has already taken a si-
milar measure an excise tax
of 2 cents, (U.S.,) to enable it
to cover an interior loan.

"We must build an airport,
NOT MAKE A NEW STUDY OF
AN AIRPORT. Taxi drivers and
hotels will draw the greatest be-
nefit from thi_.expected airport.
For three years we have had
promises and promises and in
substance not one step has been
made. We must seriously, very
seriously, take hold of that prob-
lem which is a vital question.

"We are living m a century
of speed; if, in less thqn 24
hours, we can leave the Orient
to arrive at the Occident then
that means things are moving.
Moreover from a commercial
point of view even aircargo tran-
sportation will surpass maritime
transportation. The price is equi-
valent to maritime transporta-
tion. I know it is a sacrifice and
I know in the public some will
cry "to death with Senator Con-
stant," but, what interests me
is the future of my country."
The assemble senators adopt-
ed the principle emergency and
immediate vote of the vow which
has been sent to" the "competent
department for necessary action.




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L t, lnga I ics,; extremely- In t may'
.. '-" e- .. I fi;` I tha the c6nc wi0rtliI6 --rnicoscope
-s 4 -` -1ru d rA
I 'it- 14711 j,--' 0- 1. I 1 I -- I- I I tions-
1 I br 'some Te 'I, thd,- magjcikii aM ` the '14 h, ,- "t W tl*", huftaiyZ,14 -equprice, one. would a I I -
a -- ww- 1,
:, ,.To speak of Haiti is to ,ing. reults which satisfy ., ", !: I ".."''. 1, ,,', It -
I ,- d tilligr rb I I- I ldi-, I- -- rl ,pOaX'f0k-i'-1ffi'&,s A' 3elf4litefest- J d "b"'; -': ,- -.
i .L depen4i -con uct. -,a,,'- ceremony, orl .., Imi -assis I &a, wvor--tblltam ir-r I -66p6; Vie steth6scop
I .1 it& 1 11 I !ippor -c
and, pressing need- an p sti -; ah+, 'Wbuld I : ..
immediately to mind "Voodoo," I I I '' .1 I some,,, e evant matter;
I I I I 4., --
-','- L j th, a .. -;t -,-
or, `- Bjbzqh th ,c, ance 6 r; e al ,so may -pu -hjs pow-.%, 'tit, flltllie, -
Weal 67 %Qoddess -,. 6t I 1: nly,,.:drre on .
.1 I I a ,VeA to& onel6f-Ahb 'ma-
'the rd which stands, -the world thi inOrease di" sh,.)a ,. 11 -f).. _..pv ow4-o -.9 i, I .
' wo I -1 1, 1 o4h. --.--. -1 I I ". I~, "!1. ".. .1 -I ,
c4vo: I I I I -one ,o ,- ,..p
I 0 0 Abi, Ah ,medifisq, I ,- 41,
.: I 11 1; -, ': I 'ti6` *1 blild`JiI wo4ld-antidpateA I I ,6h..,. ,
I I ,respe r -1
1. f on r,, 14i4i; andl- w .I helin moral a e0i' .--"ThW)l" gan1 gems of'
. # -1, -purpose' -, '
L ,
I pr i ,;,- I "'.
-1 I I I I -devices
,asi, t" -m 'resW ,'meeflonica
over, for th midnight: realm of I I I ccess or, fai ure. : or ;can fail' t t- ?i I pro I an I -5HP06b 1. -ii -ft i4i, III struct, rf -.,. I -- -
e I r 61, additWn- 0"l, -- i I ;",
rue ei slll .
11. I w ho ha 1. I I
,- '. zombies, tati- ', In Septembe .."ll I ` ur(;,..qv con ..' .e.s- 6 -that of i.o poopessimis, incan % r of 1917 Miss .Ma- S6, I 6, I al t, A ,. uffere of ., lp ''r ili 'i 'b- I' ting- ing-dj, ng
I 1 4 i ,, 1. I ,. .- I
I .1 I
if I I from, it
a, oweaieds In' oL. hlg wflicii he- illftess or Jliisfortunc:,X i6ctivO eleme .
-" I me to Haiti for an ure bi 6 in ---,p nes `:, G. r ay, in all iw`alw t f -A.. I : th I -
I I I I I i s tion; or h''
- ons, caballas, I 11.1 ':'. I -- "', I I. 11 11 I -- I ., I I 711 ,
, ove and death po ya Deren ea I I I O I : e- may, wit
iil eonmilunW .--mus --and sijppfi0aje.fliejrjL-to r tigic,;,and:.,6lki(ja:,','-I 'j
.tions, and -aR the- rest -of I magic-, eigbtmouth stay laden- with .3 cy II the --A4-& t. I -make ,t& ffiEk-,-G dess,-,'t& : oke-L uslY `,'I ,. -- lal chi 2 ..
"., I I I I .ger -mical col#O* --I Is ''. gfa-m' ''trajiscribe; invi
I I I I I .-,- -- -- 1.
; I where;94.iiP ,, I -:1 1 4 t. I -- I 1' 7 7- 1 -,- l., tiu r
61 mysterici. But;.in Haiti; Vod I d '' 4 ,J ,!CP'SF'L't* '.iiirit'--lir,' olence. T114- eif- IIair the damaI40- ta, strenvi lie f ica Ahese, 66IOsc
;':: r fa um I ,.. ". i Z. 'd ,. 11,.- ?41 SynonymoAs a so, t, -a -- -
motion picture cameras an car- or
rying amongst her pape s a ji fil kept,- at, Clare el ect- 61 1:1, -'dt' 1`br eune, hirn- Atf6. -to alt th ri&-, nDt- hibvita IY- suceesifulc'- but
un and magic are not at all one ll I ,- C flat,
-- -''. -- ; JA .ftuipjines,:,is,;` I ogel lj ; neithe? aru:.. I ,;,'A--i, -., -,
I I hall-11 I 1, 1. ;':- I I I I un arnor#Ally, the
imon Guggenheim f ,w"liz': 6b I i "to 11 I 'te'-' into 'INUC60ible term
enow- -n ey- lb
iii am i Ake th6- -bless- I I I I ] d
t* .-
M s -,ex am', I I I u ,. -
thipI there are John, S erally. '10 .11. &t I I
-b&14t him with thOili, proteclic)n, y antagonis ic or, Ili u 7,," the!:: I I '' f scien,
tile; I .'', I I -;-, ,ne: ,., ,, -- t, 9 [+ -are,'! oi--. tho'dology
,; and the, same I I --. ,p ,_ 11 ..
I -- .'' g .Ot er bahd,- I '
I- I I ... I I "W ne5* R,,.v man,,mc!r he. believed, hin use elusive. ey-- a
, both heri -- i "."-' b I t eve;Rif, I I's
11: magicians .and hungans ship for "creative work in the 111416k, 176,vl& -.1-6, e,4ovea le. Ili other 'Bu I I I -1 1 -Thl. reA iff&-,- rill docto "dttrOtmOlits -fr6 -a .1 --, '- ;,- I concept of t
O*" p4ski'ff 1--j i I' woms --ifie, m"a" cia act- 11 tlj6LViCdM '0j cI- -,.,f "', -1 .
e ,- gi n s dii eo
and these are field of motion pW ures." On th 11 08en, '' et-" to be: r tems., or ,, ? -1 nQ n ''i,
I, ::- C 1. ''I '' I I'll -". IL- `Ih- ACt, -it'jis 'remark- as being '(Vodun priests), ,-- I 11 I -wlother-ni ri*olling, .: I b .
Magic -- rittl-lb,, pr 6'z e re- deliberate,-evil'&,';Ido- h t ,,' structured
al visit Miss! Deren, ha e- lln". ---.J-, upo --- 'ty'and- prQduc s- 11 i ".* -
understood, _rea .. I q- es,- 0 reas, of ibrkinj:j pill
; b3& most Haitians as that irl I I artm; I xealit:V,``arli 1 I -' I -- I by, matter', and-- the, -
11 ---.1 1 Ip 1-11, I., I '4.ffl& "that
in t rfip i I I IL' .- 1 ", :v '' '.; ,- ` anal
,, ; h gdm' of the oLT the,. nega, ve-act d -j' ,- .,
I .. ., stilts by 9 aclions* t e hun I
h a S 146ffiv 1 d "
separate professions. The magic- Do intentions of writing a. book .-,.-- I& .. 1 16"mfai- -41 Of 6Cii ---, -Iil. o-exist -j t, ` 'trial And. dft4 an lith rI, lal I niqpe,-
I 12'11ii .wis 11 I .. ,! 1. I ;'j ,
I., at e eme 4 ei er. i ', ,jU:ILd til.ti I 11 n, :a(As- a 'intc striking, dovan, .-enemy. Su aft ard--,-:,a e ac vi es oratorY'equ, -
': !his i Ipnient, i4y,.-' --
, role but she became so fascinated.by i ]I" ` riocuto"r- bI twcoiil 'all I I 11 are, designed
ian plays no professional I. -- I were ab-. tiqp
,x 1- 4 1,: I : 11- ail, iil ,- I .. I -1
e, ,rf ,r Zc( I I MU11119 I
their las in, n-14 4 i P]16ant- and, 164, who. r d -191` ili : ed With liecoki .
im whatsoever in the folk uals ,of Ina eyial-4#ft I -n' I, w .. 1, ,,O--.rtiorj judgmeq.,,A e. rovi '. I I., 1- ` ` ie Pmnoint 'c erm ,; -of-deter '
the Vodun hierar beliefs and rit t : I .. -, I '1113:1 J reli- 'tili -i h kal! ,thel
-1 I I I I .., tati. I I 11 .t & I.- I ,, ", t, j ,, ;, coi;rlm. qn! denomillator
potionsY or im,. represen ve, performance': of,' the ritu I of d NJ llir6li-i-bout- th -'did-'A '"
chy'or its ceremonies, while pos- the Haitian people that her film Ic I -, a -serv-z Ini y an ,, mall- does 6 syst6ins, .. 1 1 e- ',as. ec ve y, th .jp
.: ." ,--!, ,, -: -:., I .- -, I as ey i nd bill -have -- yielded
; ", I ."
: are ice neis 'a' ma' ma e magic; ,6 4n:-Vbduni ffiV:i7th`,ceiA & af _ffies eleal :,tai ,,, -
ly one work during the next months be forni, (as irt, the.7 doIll' -; I 0, I ri- d ,'pres= 6 the ,. net up until, 1117Y. I so cc q I
session, which is certain -1- ,-, .-,:, 1; ,,." '- ,.., ,. 0 much: And,enom ojjsly impo
I .'the-mdgiciaI i m -: O th, i 1, II hor, any. ,man h th -CO' ,'On --9- as :j- ; .1 I I
or, "-s'i. it Cio-i, ell thdt'gcieri ,
came precedented by an exten I used f he ; 'the bither is',go- ade,-mira ,: -, ,. XT 6ffcctively asyth,+ ,diff.' An ve I ries. 'and,,, have bro
of the most'impressive phenom. -1 I~- !-- I- ; ,. i4l,. I ,- d: ", I
Haiti religion sometiir callk*upo ,il c;,: e., rnagiciM,] is thOr; 7ifiO--'-,'pow4 eitillO -` --b ess -rn -World -An 4 4" i 'd I 1.
-- n, the lkssitV:- n-, magi r --a r to I the West( I "' is-cay e as magic *; actually, nally to such infinite,,
.1 ena extant and has been credit- sive study of I 'an .- I 1. `z ,J-_,,, 1-1. "I ,- :, : -- .
I of., "tiur -4;" '' -..- --
'S ", em f6o-a' '' 1--z" -- "' th ... I I ailid -tive -, I I I I
I ance i '' ; 'I, b ,,, oVer, in vodup ,the eqrse,' to, I revd or ng as e so e- v me-, ,a primi I f dical sci- I
c, is and folk lore. uperm ,,. ,,, gs;,, suprenie I I I li; ',. --" I :.:i4 puni ll I I I orm, o, rve
,, ed to the. province of magi, -; lin"71 ( -- n I 1. I I Whiejll' thI : eleil asAhe-a orn
1 -,the a of, -, suprem( ` W',who di hg-,,An4-,,' t;i- y I t
these itre of'. or er,! ge -are, the Powe ,,, -L another It is,- tbe-`! A I r comprehend! ,e6h:,`e "Aifhlllit, T n I 11
understood, by the H4itians,. as I I -1, 1 ; .- ,, -- 11 '11,- I -- I. I -
1. I '' .1 I "s., P, A7 --.rnO e-It, bas- -also bn
I I ,p ; Ill A. Lr : lity, -i)I m, t have- .
4 glionsi; I -&,-:`Wer-'i -, -' `;.,,; I ifi.ufoihatic-
,: o*. d 6 as A 11, le-se vift .'w ,, es :Accordin lg rea aiboi, b surviv d- ,,
11
_ense the realization that
related primarily to Vodurr loa The results of ,Anss Deren's ex- I 1. b- -.., -The, 16a; f id ,- "I 0 e -, --,Vo un;- like the- 6- ` t -,th e -- ,-- ,
serve .. -Jqatke an ated boili tile- ,m6 o o og-, h --w-
hinvra.S Msservmts.,tf6.-'--'l.---'',", -- ---- 1rlow-tr- 6617n th d'- I ; I rI I w, -
I .1ti '' Oli .1. .", I ,- l:--, --o ile w tl
(divinities). haustive study culminated in. '. ; I ., e I:" -1., > I a III I y e co4Vnue.: sjgmeritul t
I I
I vim es o -1 -
,-r gions,.-- a e:: not,: I I I I'll is, I
-m4jor i e, I- ,, -. .,- ,r mitiative.-.-, ,,,". n d t 6 'mi A` &.a' -;dd% 9:
eg,%444 irr,," otiA' '' -i Ak 1, : ',; I h", I tin'etion], -h* Smm tbt this primitive I I
"Divine Horsemen the, jAving- 1. I t ,.. ,,-, -1 -.s pernAtu Pa ji,6 -,_, L ', I -: '' 1,
--- ; .t L"; '. an
.. ijjlj.y -, ,_ .' lv, :,' ,,,,,, -- o ". --- ,-, -1
": c6rns o ceremon- ,- I ,16rdos,;- finiturn, for we. have
I 'I, ,- ` n magio..-an
other bmid, f d, Y,-t' -meaaernII
It is imp@ I -dl' I ". ,::f -, I .1 I I I aU ,
ssible to u.nAerstand rods of Haiti," written and p7pI le4 I I I The !Lfridgiclo," o ': till .. lea in religion,-., e, consists 6 jrAtjoh
.- addr &t6 a super um I ---- -, n : t e, o e r t i bott:i 1"'e"spe cti;; h -opp.1. I dn,- m oral, I ''.1 I I '' .
se the I'd a An.&dia am '- $0 1:, "," % --, ,- -- 144t.4ipti9q,, 0 moven
-- I
'.
either. Haitian ma4c or. Vodun lished by, Maya, Deren after-, 4av- es. I~ ,% "- i I h tha sup4rWationsi W Qs6d
1: -,:-,a ority. t,.fo the mo'- I L I aye
iined to -'prodce' tll&ir-N UI Thby ave:- gtdrl ,' .d i-s-,n6I soj&- ; 1. I e actually dip)iaced nihgi&.rj6 1.tjie,,, pragm I I ergy, does not consist
I 7 .. I
if we think of thesa. as surpersti- Ing live& for 'more thre :s I I I nevol-,.- -, : .-, ".-- ,-,- ': -,
than I c, I I I I of good ano -- I I .. atica% verified
tions. mys For the .. I- : z I -bad "of right and 'Ak-.cerisorsilip of., -some' -higii CCS 0 i I sciene .- but that matter cons
,ent interdession- the-hungan -is I ,. ''.", ', 7 1 11 'Jis religion;,- io 'I' s- ----"' -"- --f, -, tliat the-
ticism, etc. I years, as. an accepted 7 member of,,; -, 1' r u cience, practi e1s
.1.1'.. a, in is, -iii, the -,`vvrqng:,-To w(Pshi P t1le'16Ai M.Or I ,---;66 41,,,- 1 -illie I... 11- 11. I ., .,erg ,.-,plac
U Haitian co ast'&;-ofthese' nittkil td ;iiithority. 'He --'.is .. eit he' I -
mmunity I .. 1i: ...
Haiti",, both magic and Vodun the The -- li- ;, '- as m.',Wagic i meml fs 'of Alid c6 1 4 1, L .
"I ,
-, c o poWer .6 of techniqll, ,khic t ,,, mrquffi y; hi ,,,
:.. I 10"
P, -sellse of-a-leaiiliI ,,",only their rnast,,,, h giv --1 I ina 4-'- b.
, '' are prwan! method& for dea ing but-he ,, 1. I er it sl` exists'. 'man. Is be curious y am_ ig
I "San" takes pleasure in, ll).Fesen, :: ,. ,,ell ,resistant to the' '. .of tlJ6-1 11 I land 'Ic I
I 0 -direct icontro ,'over : '. '' ,
but .als their, inbliti nature aii&: Jilin. a Iinistrat ti
masItel- 6 7 ,, oa,, -- -, ,-! 7- ,z I .1 r iter, d ws,4 3-,th ...- I ;: ,,
ting the irst of a series I -is' not -- -, ect rxias ..of -+eA* jrm-k eaj 4 -- a- on. ; :
withi the material and' physical fi .- from ": ,:, -,justice with, w c ey d i spen-, f orces of reality; ,,, oorr 1, is mas Ll I x,
I I ThoI .yA,4nd 2 of e
IE -iRy. .
.1 it is they who 'tile tife-, s' 1A, i4 t h I al moral i oTim, sionaries -
upreme- -- au- f4j6llics which" fr-o'n' time to I
I ,
,, Ldrequvdances- in- which he lives, another work, of IMss Deren 77 I I I ,se:their rnirA616s-; ,and' e- the er of' tile ,,supfer-nat I bein -. _
I --
.. I I .., : sin e I ,- ,,
ers an Wh aetually t :. 1. I ct, the Aifn'e hi gone; mtoI' tlie-,-, t I -.i Were: in ed- as. teni
d- -crea e .. ,ar6eertalrr' '- -eas
a' "Refigion andMagic in Haiti," Pow ml is:-i ;-, I I I ''I at -- I -tend
: And wilich re so exceedingly e up I --- ,,, I e ,,, -1-1- -, er I :1 ;
the reality which -1 I 1 Tio ep hid oil ; man ,,.,who, control those foreds, w 1.
i 4 lea-, `d61, t' 4 'e, -1 .- ,
'
L, I I L -"L ` I 1, & ;, `6y; '11 I -, ance is, ,s -- tan
-lirril aud difficult that he which in the Authoris words d -- 1 L'.ffe I I I ", i fnagic',xas r6t.- V n s,- 0owever this resM 1, b91&'-, ,foz!,, ubs cOs.
.... 7. ..''. there;.As,','iIb'e-s '! satisf -;O --,,- -i I ., 1; -
I I I 1. 1 'c'A eial c I 'e, I 7 ring-Alwe, heeds whi I I row, become- per
.',: could not survive were he any- "gives a cyclic view of the his- I y scaence, but-inipereejrj. I I 1;.
'- I I 1, IlVeete not At, e niefficine but
made, *bje e 1. -- I~., ., I i -, 1.
,. The distincj4on mad&,-.b6- I [i,--`, Could;- ,or ,.. w 6& d induce. and whose 6pend nncy- n N -,. I -
1, Ais, j ;'7 ren 4tjolis for- intangi
.t, 1, 1 eCanl O.-Tscielnee q -, I -1, sign
f -1 I. t ,, 11, I 1
thing but a severe and demand- tory of Haitian religion and ma- Cle i I Oets -a distfUst of the, doctor-s -
ill I -46 Allan onthiAr mor Is the basis--of heir rac I I -.1 1, -f I 11 the --i .I
V n -the following, us a, -- A ` ; --" ':--i Al -' I Is~ "- i6i e(luations;Antended,
, : .. 'of Os
. H e -,;, i ; ;,; -1 i I I I I -
ax I them I 6ut, 0 fi t fro 'y'
it aff-' gic.pp I thds,'her-:StahJaiqS -it, larly true medicine, e, -9 rangers- rg ci "
. is i 0- .- 'HO --may "I
ing pragRnatist., cann( ion; a., woman V416 ,,- iii, 6 ent a a I : I I I I '-
I'll !-, I y eir oAm, commi I t the 7 ilhlsiq 4
"I ., -d ; f fail; energy.
-- IT`1W alcllemy.-and-,-W OW, 1-
Ord, the least expenditu lf", history of suc6es and'
itled I I. -- ,z-; r.-... c of h dlih .
self in a situation of unrequi, 'divine me '' I an g sue
rey ,,yhc ,. f .y 41t'
0, may traris- 6 igre4 moral, Integrit ''An rn,,, rbdii,,Ijj -wjIjclI wa:W t of ure -Is--uriknowu to t 'e .- peaW t -, "', '' ., -- I il ., '' -
I- goods, time or energy unless he it ,- s p 0 '(4L -purp se; IJIQ4 ,- "., ,?r, j
I this -u -- eii mom, t, 1-qjUw": pu
is precisely upon de- love would be given a love po,-, cenc rAh -- t hi -ow t j of (
,aw-a, I ers es.- in, fe
I I I ---- ."', -, &af a -'; d'"' 44i bc.i f d' -, it 17M I I :- th
Ai,80nic nd digitalis, an ': w 0,, -1119 0 ni epen en
I In
agician; wherez '' In ,- ;, I -1.,
IS convince : -. ,,1, O( In I I 1". I I ; -C b -eiI i6 -co& I ,
d. that it will yield mq.nding kind of client. that-, both ti -on by 'the in is tnerjW ,', ---- ", iu,,,, 'Aiso, 66, 4:, ma rtmec :meith
-- I. are of prjme., imp -- ,,:,are. no su J 1, I which--makQ.-up our-
I I .- : ', i ,-, -k.-- ; ., ;;7 ,- 1 ,.,.. -.. i : I 1 .-
-. ..7., ", --";-'. ,- ., 41 -, -,, I -, .
I 1. _-:- "I ". I of
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TELE-HAITI



,F: MONDAY JUNE 6, 1960

..6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
(Records)
J 7:00 pm-Evening General Progr-
am Schedule
-7:03 pm-Weather Report
,'- .7:06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti Pa-
j-. noramic scenes of every-
where
7:25 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45..pm-Telenews "- 1st editioni-
S Review of the day's ev-
ents.







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"HAITI SUN"


PROGRAM


8:00 pm-La Belle Creole Show:
"Frankie Laine"
8:30 pm-Westinghouse Show: "I
Spy"-"Gunpowder Plot"
(English version) 23th
episode Narrator Ray-
mond Massey
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 Progrim Na-
tional Anthem -


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N .- our N. i; : o r,. :'
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gitenh'& -Wh~isky $32;Ox- .5 1 ; $16.50

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Stt.Whfs.ky 32 ~ .? 13:50- 1; 6 t
Whisky 3L4 13.5 .i'
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S** ti Whisky .9 43.50 16.5
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TUESDAY JUNE 7, 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.
Chevallier

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-Report from America -
Narrator Pierre Grenesse
8:30 pm-Foreign Intrigue: "Guid-
ed Missile" Starring
James Daly brought
to you by Haiti Trading
Co.

9:00 pm-Telenews 2nd edition
Summary of the late
news
9:05 pm-Telecinema
10:00 pm--Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem


WEDNESDAY JUNE 8, 1960

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
Dufort

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.

'800 pmn-La Belle Creole: Dem-
onstration on Make-ups
,8:15 pm-Report from America -
Narrator: Pierre Cren-
esse
9:00 pm-Telenews 2nd edition
Summary of the late
news
9:05 pm-Telecinema
10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem

TUESDAY JUNE 9, 1960

6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
(Records)
7:00 pm-Evening General Progr-
am Schedule
7:03 pm---Weather Report
7:06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti Pa-
noramic scenes of every-
where
7:26 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-,
Sgram
7:45 pmr-Telenews (1st edition)
Review of the day's ev-
ents.
8:00 pm-"Pour vous Mesdames"
(Cooking Show)'
8:30 pm-The Florian Zabach
Show brought to you
'by "La Maison Lelio
Bailly"
9:00 pm-Telenews. 2nd edition
Summary of the late
news -
9:05 pm-Telecinema
10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem


SUNDAY J UNE 5th, 1960 j.



FRIDAY JUNE 10, 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"
7:26 pm-Cartoons and Kid Corn-
edies Children's Pro- .
gramn..
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: "Woman's' War",
Starring Richard Greene '.-
Followed by the Advent- ':
ures of Flash Gordon:- :"
-"Heat Wave" .

9:30 pm-Telenews- (2nd edition)
Summary of the late
hews.
9:35.1m-The Shell Oil Co. Prog-
ram
10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem

SATURDAY JUNE 11, 1960 .

6:00 pm-Test pattern Music ,j
(Records)
7:00 pm-Evening General Progr-
am Schedule
7:03-pm-Weather Report
7:06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti Pa-
noramic scenes of every-
where

7:25 pm-Cartoons and Kid: Corn -:
edies Children's Pro-
gram '
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st edition)
Review of the day's ev-
ents. -
8:00 pm-Musical Interlude, with
the participation of Tele-
vision Artists

8:10 pm-The Languichatte Show
-Hilarious sketch, star-
ring Langui chatte :-.
brought to you by "Fa-
brique Nationale de
Chaussures Fritz Mevs
8:30 pm-The Westinghouse Show:
Star Performance: "Mat-
ter of -Advice"
9:00 pm-Telenews (2nd edition)
Summary of the late
news
9:05 pm-Western Theater: -
"Law of the Lash"
10:00 pm--Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem

SUNDAY JUNE 12, 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 an d Docum-
entaries
3:30 pm-Nobbe & Bondel's
Show Conrad Nagel
Theater: "Model Couple"
4:00 pm-Weather Report
4 05 pm-Dances and Cadences--
w Lt h Lavinia Williams
dance school
4:2G pm-Telecinema
5:40 pm--Telehews Review of
the day's events.
6:00 pm-Sign off Nationai An-
'thL em.
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' t:aitian Songs For English Speaking
p iResidents

bi4der past. the big, ginger- known folk songs, and to descr-
itRed.and White Pension St. ibe their setting in, Haitian hist-
iin.y Saturday afternoon ory and legend." Colorful costu-
'u'll .hear' singing. IEvery mes and ,native -musical instru-
Sl.day for' the past' several ments will add to the setting.
jli ssome'tJniversity of Haiti Negro spirituals have found a-
iuts .have ..been gathering pl!ce in the program of many
St.t add tftshing..tou6hes Haitian choirs. One choir mremb-
h'irt aitian folk songs,' and er said "Thie Haitian has shared
6 :'.bout Negro Spirituali. nmary of the same experiences
i litne for a big concert, as the American Negro. There is
t*#eJsday's' presentation at a kinship of feeling "that is. ex-
han..tAmerican Institute, pressed beautifully. in the music
pt'daily: The .students, of these two peoples."
1 i.q" I frotm the' Mledical Ticlets,' selling at $1.00 for -ad-
io iat prMfessiopal ults.'and '5.50 for -children and
:"li heyre .just people 'students, may, be secured at the
ing., I Haitian-American Institute dtr1
i e a i Choli ha ing theday, or pt- the 'door the
pgram" of sprit uals eveningg of.' the-shaw. All pro-
ilan.' : so0apgs,g' with. a ceeds go. to the Medical Students'
M4e ^4thnglish As one Assoca ti o n. She .Wednesday,
's1ibtltVhitMay.:people are. June. 8' presentation,-will start.. at'
ft'by the beauty of aour. ;7:'30, PM and. should last slightly,
.t onde. what,, the longer. than an ior, While, .this
Planned this is', the. plinned- program,.' one
o'give 'b ngish choir Tbmber as gtuik to add
of Hai a ~:.'3ut i We'll sing as:-long as1 peop-
n .someo bur .st Je want us." .. ,
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forts at promo
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Ironical Haitian Aid.


DR. SYLVAIN AND ETHIOPIAN 'COFFEE
considerable ex- a strong contender. on the Coffee Pierre Sylvain to Ethiopia .to
stration in her ef- market along, with Haiti and oth- alyze potentials. For sevi
Eating her agricult-. er Latin Americap conA.tries. years the agricultural schobi
rial .economies ai- Yet only a-few sh:rt years ago' Jimma" has -raised his chc
s of foreign t6chs. Ethiopia, while admittedly recei- seedlings for growers. They.l
or Dr. Pierre Syl- ving a gbod price for her crops; been eagerly received"'.:.
taitian agronomist was having difficulties with Thus, with the aid 6f. a Hail
e United Nations, sound growth and economies .of. expert, (Dr. Sylvain ,is. the
!-of Haiti unwitt- ,her Coffee. of the famous late Georges.
ts own aid to oth-' The New York Times of May vain prominent L .wy..e Et
S30th in writing on the way Ethio- pMia .hs .promoted hei ',tot
e.'maiket 'Ethibpia. plan Coffee has come ahead in top .bracket of':the. .Coffee" ii'
second only to, the leaps -and bound '.on tre world et.. It is, an ironical s'.ti'rua
ig grades San- market states, "tJe United *Na- which dem a' hd s consider
nd is dcnse uently tions Agency in-1952 sent Dr. thought. 1
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smart living in virami,.Flrida,:
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graphic albiun' hoping an. .I
.ample .of eacW f piece of ,1aitiPn
mahogany- ware ani intends fit-'
.tiIng out a' ;staton' wagon: with
,well presented '.samples' .whiAh!
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"HAITI SUN" PAGE 15


M millions Of U.S. Flags

TOURIST BEATS STATE DEPARTMENT'S COMPLAINT
(Continued from page 6) tion, who rightly .prefers to re- was standing before the counter A
main incognito, kept -an extens- giving forth a violent. tirade qat.'
condemnation of the selling of ive array of pocketbooko" bags the bewildered manager and, theq,
the flags in an article featured on his .shelves and they. proved -source of the complaints wadrun"
in the New York Times, Abra- to be a reasonable seller until fortunately all to cleakn: -r. the.
ham states, "This material is the fatal day ,came along. Acc- neat lining of thelittle.de'oratedi
still in an uncut state so there- ording to the proprietor an Am- article, was made from onhe .i
fore.it is not as yet flags." As ericari woman tourist who was forty-nine-star flag
a final thought the draper adds, indow shopping in the store ,
"People in Haiti are like people- took down one of the pocket book.. Needless to say- the indignant ".
throughout the world they re- bags from- a shelf for a closer, tourist did not buy the bag whic
cognize a good bargain when examination. now reposes on .an out-of-reacb
they see one." within seconds of taking the shelf along with, a number. f.itsi n
Despite the State Department bag from the shelf the customer. fellows,,
furore the sale of the flag mat: ... '
.erial in Haiti continued, this .. ..?'
S eek as part of the Selling of SHAMEEUL MISUSE OF' STARS
this country's largest annual ND STRIPES
import textile piece goods to ST I
clothe a population of 4,000,000 EDITORIAL IN, THE' PHILADELPHIA ENQUIRER -."
people, people who.create swath-
Cs of color as they move around MAY. 25, 1960 .
-the densey crowded island clad With Memorial Day so close, the news that American Flags ar.ei
in materials from all over the being sed for rugs, c 'and scrub rags in Hai sh ing
world including the U.S. emblem- being used for rugs, curtainsand scrub rags in Haiti shiIdd.ing
ed cloth and becoming parents some soul-searching reaction among Philadelphians andi..olhe.,.t*
.of flour sacking. Americans who seldom show proper respect for the' Flag. -
It is an outrage and a reflection on this Nation's sense of purpose'
But although Haiti is- encumb- that its laws and attitude have been so- lax that such misuse
ered with a heavy population re- the Flag could escape notice until the damage had been done.

suppleying on te in taveraghe yearly to Exported to Haiti by the bolt in a shipment of "mill-packed pound 4
supplement the average yearly e
income of $65 the bargaining will, 0loth," inutilated remnnrits of Old blory are u .161 1
for the next three months, run sides in that country in a way--that--makes- a shameful.mocker-y'.
at a greatly decreased pace for of the ideals for which the U.S. Flag stands.
this is "La Morte Saison" (the Such desecration would be regrettable under any circumstances,' -
-dead season.) '
Sit harvest ended and but in these times the trampling of the symbol of this Nation
With the harvests ended and '
each dayhotter than its prede- birthright under foot, i1i the form *otf rag iSru an"ywhebro :
cessor the ifiternal market is de- Caribbean 'can have dangerous impact. It is hot ardto i
pending'more and more-on the what the opportunity may mean to Cuba's trouble]'na g'
current thriving and thirpt cquen- of his.feUbw travelers eager to foster contempt fbr tl. aM
ching crop the Mango." its democratic doctrines. .5 '.
FLAG IN BAG
FLAGInquiries round the towp indi- walking on the American Flag in a figurative.sense has been -
Inquiries round the towp indi-
cate that the U.S.'s alarm ever Castro's principal pastime ever since. he came down off the moun-
the sale of the national flag for tain. Now thousands of yards of American Flag cloth may be
rags in Haiti stirred up indigna- available in Cuban warehouses for him to use for some ,further,
tion here long before the State display of impudence. :
Department's f-e el i.n gs were The U.S. Government should move instantly to halt any further
aroused.
This. is borne out by the owner exports of American Flags under these conditions and' the' U.S.
of one of. Port au Prince's larg- Flag Code should be amended' by Congress to make such misuse
er tourist stores who had to face illegal under penalty of specific fines severe enough to guarantee
thp totally unexpected wrath of th thathis will never happen again.
a female visitor to these shores The truth is, unfortunately, that the whole distasteful incident ".
in recent weeks.
"in recent weeks. is an outgrowth of the carelessness a majority of Americans have'
The owner of the store in ques-
been showing 'in recent years about the Flag. As the symbol of U.S.
freedom, the Flag should fly proudly from hundreds of standards
on every' appropriate occasion especially in Philadelphia..
__ We should not only voice our objection to-the legal laxity which
I 7fl. m permitted Ne'w York merchants to dispose of obsolete 48 and 49- '
star Flag material in ar haphazard- degrading manner but shoWr'; -i
our own respec 0for the Nation's birthright by displaying the Flag .:"-4
prominently on Memorial Day and all occasions that call for it.'




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'New Pool Terrace with outside Bar and Swimming Pool
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:1-PAGE 16 T"HAITI SUN" % SUNDAY JUNE


-Revolutionary Tire-SoonIn Haiti
S. FIRESTONE TIRE EXPECTED TO ELIMINATE TRUCK "ROCK THROWING"
FIRESTONE'S REVOLUTIONARY NEW. TIRE 4-10 pounds for the 11-22.5 dual er as the vehicle rolls over irr- The new lire has bedni
S. .assembly. regular surfaces, is virtually eli- ed to tnany tests on bot
47The Firestone Tire also lists these minated, and outdoor equipment.
other advantages: less unsprung the company's 7.7-mile'
weight, lower spring rate, softer The single un.t principle has test track.. Quantities of-.i
:4 ride, less space required, fewer' been made possi'ile by new -con- are now in use on cor
parts, greater safety, sharp re- struclion princip'.s which permit trucking fleets for eval
duction in sidewall damage and the use of lower pressures and, This new truck tire,..
greater off-the-road mobility: consequently, gi% 's a softer ride, made in both tubeless an
When marketed, the new Lire according to Vic Lampson. onstructioni.
'ill bring about a substantial sa-
viwgs or truckers, according to
the Haiti Agent. The number of
tires carried in inventory, theo-'
reiically, can be halved. "" H V"
Inventory can' be cut further C h oe u r .. '.."
-b3., the elimination of extra rims
and wheel spacers, he said. 'A
Twenty-four pieces'- eight tires,
eight rims and eight wheel spa-' Cu f
'." '- a tandem tractor and .tandem *l i
14,.l"s picture shows the vast differences, between the new- ..trailer. The weight savings in ,'
..' Filrestone Tire (lft) and dual tires (right). this instance .amounts to .1,000 ,
poundsund. EVERY Ir'RIDAY NIGHT
.dlxt ipe .Tr and Rubber dangerous throwing out in all, di- Load rating of the single .Aire "L ES FORM IDABLES C O.USI
iWalAgent ic reactions. Is comparable to a set of duals, AT
,, -"doke this week of a resulting .in a significant inci- .. .:
*":-'and new "single The unusual.new tire, so new\ ease m pay load.. The new 18-
VlWl.': replace dualss on that it has not yet bdena named, 19.5 tire is seven-tenths of an A '
aio rigs, thus upping is 'nearly twice a's wide as: a inch higher than the-dual 11-
J'il servicing in: conventional .truck tire. Its load- 22.5'. that it. replaces. An 18-
,i"tad ,that it is hoped carrying capacity exceeds ftha inch cross section is only half .
d.'i.teiew tires td. of the "two tires it replaces. the width of a set of duals with -
aibnar tie. Mr. Lampson said that the new spacer. '
':- duled: that Ahe new truck fire is a. fresh approach t .it was pointed out that, the new
o wirewuldabeof great, the problem of improving F-act- tfire ."opletely.'eliminates side-
Ot..es#iall. ot io. and ol redu s'g space requi- wall.tii 'Caused by rodks
dtpa ere. it's us.e remeiqtsgnd weight. The-new 13s .wedged betweenr duals. Overload-
.' thet" lodging of 19.5 tire and rim asen by ing, caused ..by, tie- load being'
wi ..., their weighs 286 pounds .compared to shifted frori'ne 'fire to th-







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Sand you'll think yo.,re in the studio, so, keen and ces ..
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^y ave tnilced' a ilding to artificial wreaths in the Port au
accd to.e -Jour. The daily signalled an
gt,9meabe.:theft was. he stealing of the bronze bustes
.4gtn dotor, Delhoux and the former Presidential
Vi ql 66Pierre... On 'the 'same .front page Le, Jour la-
t .itiutt the ,Place St Anne was sll awaiting the biiste.
.,i atdor Hiratius Laventure and the Place aerpfmle
ibd0tP -of thti4.satesmanri.. Rot Qf the Ditum. TL..'.oro
k jtQ Lox *'Beach I'Ths on
thatong slan town.;. 'P p nBeac hona:ciged

p! ,"&tfi; five,. today., Po- afi i
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d' himQ over -before the-' SWa" ,i l
his i der 'bone. .H& is. ....O.aeB
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"HAITI SUN"9
June 20 a grand concert will be offered at the
by the best Haitian artists. The proceeds will
Blood Bank.... The sailboat "Dieu Seul" (God Only
gone with eight passengers aboard. According to
the daptain and.- crew gained ,the shore.,. Henri M
ent of the. Union of Chauffeurs-Guldes left for, a fo
in the States.with his wife... Monseigneur Collilgno
Cayes is spending a month with his family at the
gium... The International Cotntry'OJub organize
erday for. the Press.... '
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SUNDAY J UNE 5th,, 1960

French Institufe 'US. SAILORS (CoiIt.).
A special U.S. Navy aklrai
o Voluntary was -ordered to fly the.
9 sank off Mira- strickeA sailors to the :Gilal
o Le Matin only namo Saval Base. ,
lerceron, Presid- Although the imm ate' di i
fortnight vacation cumstances. surro u in d ing,t.
in'the Bishop of youths dives from the er at
.' hom of not; known, people .,who sai
ir ome.n B- e inthe Genral Hospita
a 'soiree" yest- stafe that they received ,the bet
S possible, treatment and .r.eJlfi
a. l assistance. '

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AV. mosHAJT!' S $UN" .l Pk I
ENTR'ANPI'" i'T has maintained alatoi that La- celebral Mala, '., Y
iod from pakge ".1 "areviG ym Studio ofi Rue des guerrei *a sapng potentialconm- A return trip .is to-be .inae: '
nt 'of hard work;nd d fiercles under 'the 'Coaching of Reit t lyrie l 'Ql ym.pic, Games. Jenn Rabel on Monday of. net Haitian friends iard the'' a
ofJ-ellow Raitiqs 1La- a. the s'i,. owner, Maret Victor. .- week- ... n" this
, .Haitiat ,,~,S 'c .. his, progress-.. at EAN RABEL... te .alg,"yt
teur gaies. ii the :eight lifting that last: Aqgut he ,,,(Con ueApd.,.tom 'pae 1) .
lyp .iTh$e:~.~f tfook second place beliind Emrich .bel;::.Help f s, save us; .this Is
.lite '-. *t' the Pan American contest id not theVWee f o.an alarmist but AL.
.I.f .r.g.' y. lChicago. In the there Olympic. he heat-reading appr of', an
.. 0he '.islntBd. ifts Laguerr.e pressed. 286 W -fected' -opilation in di tss," -
&,in- .5 S of ,,half lbs,. sriatched'275_. ,stated -: e .tletter,.. '1-:.. ',.
l 6elus 'Lagu.rre, idHlf Ib and: .jeiked 330...the ,e A se ond letter ap pearinge *S,
pine rat College quarters bs for totl and new .."ouv st s- A; '. r-
sIr.'- A d hitie itt-' P t.n.'A teitan record'of a i" d ,a ,lea.'.from' a. od, Jean
t .qcho at he tee.q uarters .lts. a e .ih .: ... n ..t a.t
ena of .n 53 '::Anempldyee 'L, the !City HallN-, ltte call-.;, ,,e I. .
wE cre., h ..ee .._..erefornms. titff.c -: .. f. Jea.n B I b ai::'I because. :i '"' '
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ITIAN PRODUCED -tRICE bouh k Jean-Rab* emedd th to corespo d with

ECONOMY OF THE COUNTRY or disease in the village was rotent in cool resientdal Moue lca.
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SENeWT -MARRIES
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ELECTRICITY
TO- VERRETTES
FO BE -PROWVE.D
BY OD VA "
At. the .'propnal regfqest o' His
Excellency the, Prekident' of 'the
Republic; Dr. Francois Jivaler,
ODVA has, commenced the.' ib-
stallation of an electrical .yst-7
em in Vedrrette --hometown"6if
The illustrious and prio6rssist
'Dumarsais Estime.-" *, : .'
Th-e commencement of a'. i
electrical system for 'Verreftes
Iame after ilthe, successful step#
laken ,.by the, Reynold '-Minifig
Company. ;in order to *end its
surplus electridity- 'to thei town.'
pbn'. request bein made'* by'
.PresIdeht'Duvalier' ODVA -'sign'
jfied its ,agreement gnd i -istea-"
tibn in th' 'streets has'advitced
to ..the ,stages that It-'has g e'&A
oupnoiuce d that',the* ceremoi6R of.
a ta ..gur.tih .itake6 T e
tore the 4east du'lie tat o' t ait'
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IN HAITI THIS WE pCtj
,(ontaed from pagp. ) ... '
Stive- Banker of, the News Dep&rtment 'o the CBS jr
and lovely-Suzanne TouschaId, a Translator at the,FTrndi
in New I York are making a prospecting trip to choos t
to spend theim honeymoon next year.. uzianne is r
Steve an Suznne are, staying two weeks it 'ote 1ohouei
S Engineer Lloyd 'Dyet is .recuperating under the TropilWf
permanent, coldin Alaska. 'Alaska is nice .but we no&.:At
bit of tle Haitiarn heat" ,sa. the young .EniTgeer,'"&
offPittsburg,Pa.:. .. -.
Last$ Week-end a bunch of girls fle here
Rico i6 keep ,the boys busy:. they werq 'B.Wa
Cdrpy,' -Alfia,, Miino, Lorraine M Gaher,' itA' Vit
]Fitag'rald: They'a work in Puerto Rico. They made a -4
Sat -a 'igt'at .the, El Raidho with Connie o, frofSfitj
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