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Haiti sun ( June 19, 1960 )

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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
Creation Date: June 19, 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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Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00267

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: June 19, 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: AA00015023:00267

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,-. PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avepue Marie-Jeanne'- CITE DUMARSAIS ESTIlME -Pbhone: 2061 - VOL XII JUNE 19TH, 1960-- No.i31



resident To Open New P


And Dagger Tipster 16 Years Old Girl Protocol.Set For
SJ JumpsToDeath Tuesday sTCereom-an
Nbbed By F.B. FrmJacimel Wharf .uesday CeremonyW

..,,. .,. 'Josette Nicolas, a s ixtee n The little Southern town of Jac- "Ella" in August of 1959 and
Syear-oldl yrl, is reported .to have mel, Haiti's second major Coffee tlonscquently suffered severe eco-"'.i
committed suicide. by drowning Port, has rapidly reasserted hei nomic losses. In the. short period
.4 when she plunged from the new- position in Haiti's economy since that has elapsed since the open-
ly constructed Jacmel Wharf in the opening of her new $25S '009 ing of the new wharf, (May 11tf.
front of astonished onlookers wharf on May 11 and will be fur- ,- Observance day 6f Jacmem ,'*
Friday. last weeK. tlier marked for recognition on patron Saints Philippe and 'Jac-.
Reports state that the teenag- June '21st when President Dr. ques,). the-town has received .a
er, "morally. tortured by het Francois Duvalier calls at. the steady flow of incoming. shipping ,
Aunt Nina," decided to put an port to officially inaugurate the and a major economic boost.
end to her.young life. On Friday impressive pier.. After nearly two yeat x;ofship-
.vJ; she returned h o hie Jor lunch, Jacmel lost its wharf in the I ng idleness. practically the .eo
wrote letters to her friends, and turmoil ravaged by hurricane tire 12,000 population tun gid.' '
then left the house with school to witness t e ar'ival of: theffitik,
noobks .under one arm as if re- NEW CANADIAN 'ocean- goir.g vessel ,n the-piotui "1
Wurhng to her studies at Jacm- CHARGE D'AFFAIR esque and snug port in *May. It .
e1'i Lycee Celie- Lhnamour where (Continued on page a)
;'se was in her second year.
"cording to astonished Jac-
neliens strolling and loafing al-
ong -the new wharf, (set in some P
,20 feet of. Water,) Josette Nico-
l.l5 approached, the extremntiws

.denly dived off into deep water.
S (Continued on page 6) To pen At Riviert


I( Ni PORT Al IPRINCE by a companion dpiting a well-
.and fake safari to Haiti the infamous Miami soldier of
ia Youngblood.


|ter Alfred Youngblood, 29-year-old soldier of for-
,pseudo FBI man, t'hot ,tip" retailer and straight
,n man, after -exploiting' his talents in the Caribb-
nd Haiti now languishes on a $25.000 bail accord-
b.a Npew .ork Times article published Chis week.


Jihas played -an ironical
n Younghlood ,who, once
id.himself as an F -B I
has been' arrested by- bo-
'BI members on a charge
idling per means of one
stock of tales concerning
hasure.
I .. -


How Mexico0 Slayers
Got Haiti Visa

Spanish writer Jose Almoina,
author of the book "I was Priv-
ate Secretary of Gen. Rafael
Trujillo," was slain under mys-
erious circumstances in Mexico
this week with i-esulting reper-
cussions in Haiti.
The former Trujillo secretary
was run down by an automobile
(Continued from page 2)


Jacques E. Brossard, a youth-
iul and distinguished lawyer with
an impressive education and caz-
eer background, has recently
(Continued on page .19)


Constant Calls For


Jet Airport Fund


crew-cut Ivy-League type
rce indicated himself as A special fund enabling the Re-
'. member of the famous public to construct its own vital-
pvestigation bureau, .(the ly needed jet airport was propos-
4o gain his dubious ends ed to the Senate Tuesday by Se-
ang "Hot tips," came to nator Victor Nevers Constant who
L.great haste towards the is leading a campaign to save
'.last year. For an undis- the lucrative tourist industry
;sum he led a LIFE team from ruin by the building of a
id goose chase to Haiti modern airport capable of hand-
kle famous and missing ling jets. I
i [olutionary I e a d e r -
Camilo Cienfuegos. Not
ih invading Haiti with For the creation-of the special
BP-schemes Youngblood airport building fund Senator
loosed" the LIFE team in- Constant called on the Executive
tan on the Penninsula of Power for the establishment of a
new 2 cents U.S. tax on gasoline;
issuing a million dollars worth
S(Continued on page 6) of shares; adoption of the "Ship-


SENATOR STEPS UP
( CAMPAIGN
BEFORE CONGRESS


ping Flag' policy followiing the
example of Liberia and Panama
which would ensure an annual
income of a quarter of a million
dollars; suppression of certain
services: authorizing the tax of-
fice to permit the sale of certain,
State lands; 'restudy 'of the Bo.3-
er law on open property and
succession-in particular the Ger-
m a n lands nationalized during
the last war now being exploit-
ed by certain Haitians.


Although Haiti has an appliea-
tion before the Development
Loan Fund of Washington for the
construction of a Jet airport Se-
nator Constant has told congress,
thal they cannot, wait, they musl-
not rely on others but do it
themselves. Caught with an obs-
olete airport he indicated would
mean the ruin of the country's
growing tourist industry.
Senator Constant recently re
turned from Toldo where he %vas
Haiti's Ambassador designate to
the Nipponese Empire.

His proposal is under study a
Senate committee.


According to the Riviera Casi-,
no W'Haiti's General Manager,
Jack. Friedlander, the ultra-
plush, $42,000 converted Bambo- .- '
che Room will be- opened next'-
Tuesday night, "or early in the',
week," as the first Hotel gamb- "
ling Casino in Haiti. .

Opening of the new Casino, sit-
ed next to the Rivierals 'contem-
porbry night club, is in'abeyance
awaiting the arrival from the U.'
S. of Paul Roscoe Weesner' and
Charles McM1ahon -- joint part-.
ners and owners of the Casino
on Harry Truman Boulevard and
the Hotel Riviera. Both men are
expected to arrive in Haiti by
private plane this weekend.
Conversion' of the Bamboche i"'
Room in the Riviera commenc-
ed in May following the purch-
ase of the Casino by the Wees-
ner-McMahon partner r s h j p on
(Continued on page 20)


Pote Cole Off With
..New Director
After a series of altercations,
mass demonstrations and resign-
ations centred on Cap Haitian's
Pole Cole project of economic
and social development which
slowed to a stop a fortnight .ago
while negotiations took place,
the "pull 'together" Point. Four
program reopened with a -new-
Director on Wednesday of this
week.


(Continued on page 15)


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"HAITI S9UN SUNDAY J U N E 19th,.19


"HAITI. SN


In Haiti This Week


AS RECOUNTED

BY

.-.-: AUBELIN IOLICOEUR




SONIA CARLSTROEM, young and beautiful 15-year-old ballerina
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ROBERT CARLSTROEM of Port au
Prince, is scheduled to arrive here from New York on the 25th.
Sonia, one of the most promising students of the LAVINIA WILL-
IAMS Dancing School, travelled to New York two years ago where
Ssite continued her classic studies and attended ballet school in
New York City.
Commercial Director of M & M's Candies, (a .division of Food
Manufacturers Inc.; Hackettstown, New Jersey), JOHN D. BAKER
spent several days in Haiti this week inspecting the factory of the
Haitian Manufacturing and Specialty Co., (the Cocoa converting
factory in Bizoton,) owned by DAVID and LOU SCHARF. M & M's
Candies Food Manufacturers Inc., have factories throughout
the U.S.A. and England.
ARCHIE SPILLETT, General Manager of ESSO in Haiti, and
his family are back here after a two months visit to Europe. The
Spilletts visited a nuniber of European countries including Norway
the country of Archie's wife's parents.
Certified Public Accountant. Mr. CALVIN A. RAMSEY, of Bur-
bank, California, his wife MARJORIE, and lovely daughter SAN-
DRA spent three days at Hotel Choucoune this week. Sandra, an
n-id Meringue fan. is majoring in Education at the University of
Arizona.
IRVING K. SCHWARTZ, Attorney, accompanied by his wife
FLORENCE of Brooklyn, New York, BERNARD FISHMAN, Pack-
aging Businessin Atlanta, Georgia, and his wife LLIAN, Dr SHEL-
DON B. GERTNER, an Associate Professor at the Seton Hall Coll-
ege of Medicine, Jersey City, New Jersey, and his wife DOREEN
made their outings together during a visit to Haiti this week. The
Schwartzs and the Fishmans stayed at the El Rancho and the Gert-
ners at Ibo-Lele. Entertaining the sextet were Dr. and Mrs. CARL
MEVS of Gift Fair and the DADLANIS of the Little Europe and
Maison Orientale stores. "We love Haiti so much we're staying
three more days than planned." said, Irving Schwartz.
Law Student RICHARD SCHWARTZ and his attractive wife HE-
LAINE, Brooklyn, New York, enjoyed every minute of a four day
visitt here this week in spite of being gyped b:. a local taxi driver
their only complaint. The couple stayed at the El Rancho.
"Seduisante" PATRICIA KINGSLEY, Newport Beach, California,
travelling along with her Aunt, Mrs. ALAN (Juliei C. RENN ol
Seattle, Washington, was enchanted by the many beauties of Haiti's
countryside and vista. Patricia and her Aunt arrived here with
Lonited Tours and were squired around town. by MARCEL ESPER
of Heraux Tours. Pat is a student at Scripps College in Claremont,
California where she is a'drama major and the President of the
Dramatic Club of her School for the year 1961. The visiting coup!
were guests at the Villa Creole.
Honeymooning in Haiti are JOHN FEHILY and his blonde wiJ
JUDITH of Riverdale, New York. Judith and John, a meat buye
. are staying at the Mpntana.
School teachers JANE CATHERINE PIGHETTI of Evanstow'i
Illinois and BETTY ANN ZELENSKE. Chicago, sampled the 'joi,
de vivre" of our island this week. Jane and Betty, both Masters
ot Science. (Education,) possess a lot of vivacity although Jane


en route to visit her boy friend QUITO in Buenos Ayres, states tha a LrJiLtI L) I E n l"z
she has four personalities reserved silly, shy and her tray-
self. Betty maintains she is free of any complicated traits; in trav- .
etling, she says, she is ridding herself of the self-sufficiency dev- Of I
eloped in her by her parents. Both girls are staying at the Olo[tson Hot l
ENID RHODEN, Journalist, flew to New York this week to visit
the British Exhibition in the New York Coliseum. She intends spe:d- 8 P.M. PUNCH BOWL AND DINNER DANCE -
J ip, aferek abroad.
Secretary at the Royal Norwegian Consulate General in New TERRIFIC FLOOR SHOW BY LAVINIA WILLIAMS
ork York, Miss WENCHE SMITH, who flew into Haiti last Sunday for TPER SHO.
a four-day visit has cancelled her scheduled trip to Jamaica to $5 PER COUPLE INCLUDING PUNCH AND DINNER!
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enable her to -visit the CitadelLe in Cap Haitian.'"Wenche, is an Sew a m .
exponent of the HaitiaA Meringue. o oessed S
BENNIE EPSTEIN, a Manufacturer from Mo(ntreal, Canada, andWW .. W-U U l
his wife RUTH are current gr.ests at Petionvillb'sEl Rancho -Hotel. ANDRE .T.OUSSAINT AMONGST SIX MURDER DEFENDAN
Student from Scranton, Pennsylvania, MARION MARGEY LIN-. (Continued from page ) Chief among the pending had een "une fol At the red three shots at Samuel D
EN, was greeted here this week by Dr. LARRY MELLON the found- i i d e r. cases scheduled for time Toussaint is said to have .-ieux. 50, the Minister Counsel
er of the Albert Schweitzer Hosital in Deschapelles. iss Linen and thenshot three times by per I-,-aring from the opening of the told fellow flight passengers that or, in the latter's offices at tih,
intends spending a month we ith tho"al ieons. sons a hiding inot it. Almona 'broke er ninal court session, on June he realized the terrible tragedy. Embassy, 4400 '17th Street, N.W
According to General M manager JACK FRIEDLANDER th-nw service with th Dominican Rke "tl at l6am, is that of self-con- A detailed account of the shoot- Mr. Devieux was dead whei
Accordingto General Manager JACK FRIEDLANDER the--new service with thp. Dominican Re. [-.-ed sla.%er Andre Toussaint- tng-'was given Tuesday 15th o. brought to the Washigton Hos
Casino will open next Tuesday night at the Riviera Hotel d'Haiti. public's Piresident in 1947. sed ern st- i .T Lawrenc pitT ent ashington Hos
Thie Bamboche room has been remodelled and displays a '-'chic" -It er-Consul of Haiti in Washington, in the New. York Times. Accord-
Shwasrlleged that -the unk. S Devieux. g to the Times, the former "Mr. Toussait, a ft e r tw'
air conditioned atmosphere which will house the gambling equip- nown authors of the crime e e others alsto the Times, the former t Guard officer who had Mr. Toussaint, after t
nent. in possession of Colombian pass r e of murder a re upsed for the oast Guard officer who had eps in his st, was note
Riviera's management is proud to have Mrs. FAUBERT, a well. ports an dthe'Mexican Police in criminal re up for thsession
known "Cordon Bleu" in charge of the Hotels cuisine. sinuated t ha Haitis Minister h,. a Georges Raymond, -- R------- y.- -
PAUL ROSCOE WEESNER, owner. of both-the Riviera and the C ounsellor at the Haiian Emba ,hine Pierre-Louis Ludov .
Casino, is.due here this- weekend. per favorite private plane as murderers to evade justice. Idrle Eugene,)cia Constant andse
is Tulsa, (Oklahoma,.' Oilman and Millionaire CHARLES Me- I,,ce Eugene,) but the c asendar for
MAHON and his wife. The McMahon's visit is a special trip for In answer to theMexican alle. 24Ath of this month, has al- fo
the opening of the new Riviera Casino, of which McMahon is nations the Haitian Counsellor ia.: aroused considerable inte-
a partner. Paul was preceded here- by his wife and daughter "CAR- Dr. Adrien Raymond issued a rst
communique this week stating
L.A and her friend CAROL POPE;. that on May 3, after closing the Letenant Andre Toussaint,
DINO CELLINI, former manager of the Tlopicana and the Ri- '"nrs of te Haitian Chancelle firseutenant Andretary of the
viera Hotel Casino in Havana, Cuba, returned to Haiti this week die in Mexico City, an agent of H ,r frn Embass in etashington, '
from a U.S. vacation visiting with his family. Din is now manager the Pan American World Air. nd killed Counselor Sam-
of Haiti's Riviera Casino. ways calledhis house, tDr. Ravel ,.-veux in the Embassy on
mond's residence,) and asked and ,: April 14th, 1958 in the pre-
Noted Haitian architect ALBERT IMANGONES- aind his young him- to accord, with urgency Ap o th wo 1958 witnesses, Roger
college SACHA THEBAUD are submitting-plans for a deluxe, two tourist. visas to two depart D. oiss. the Second Sec Rogery
entirely airconditioned Casino on the HARRY S.,TRUMAN BOU- ing Colombinais. (It is said th and Rapel dugrul. Embassy
LEVARD. (The Casino will retain its original location.) the two assassins were of Cuban 'hiuteur. The, day follow ing the
COLONEL OSCAR G. JOHNSON, Chief of the U.S. Air Mission nationality and that they had sh,..ng Toussnt was returned
in Haiti, returned here last week from a grand 'hemisphere" tour bian passports.) false m- H ti and he National p-
and along with his wife and CAPTAIN HAMILTON, (also of the .s or, here he has been held .
Air Mission,) entertained a party of 80 at a dinner held in the The would be passengers pre- Cpin hales Turnrial, er; Haitian of
Racoulou night club-Saturday night last. ODETTE WIENER, dyn- sented themselves at his home, Arn. Purchasing Agent t h e escorted from he plane upon his
amic Manager of Bacoulou. compered her. celebrated show and stated Dr. Adrien Raymond; the AItnLhe of thp Haitian Consulate from Washington.
music for the party was provided by the RAOUL GUILLAUME' law I March 14th,-1953 requires m fr-, York.
orchestra tat hdl demands for.informat- been with the Washington Em- earlier today that hlie would be
ion 'given outside of office hours Qu:sitoned by a fellow passeng- bassy for .over two years, killed sent back to Haiti and probably
.Greetings were extended in port this week 15y COLONEL RO- be given a perception equival- er during the Pan American his superior of-rcer in resent- dismissed from the diplomatic
PERT HELNL Jr., Chief of the'U.S. Naval Mission here, and his ent. to 50 per -cent of the usual Clp,-"r flight back in 1958, _the ment against his being recalled. service. He was married Satur-
I- taxes. flight on %Ouch Toussaint was day."
w;fe and daughter PAMELA, to old friend MAJOR ALEXANDER flight on hch Toussaint was day."
bninm returned to Haiti, the ac- ADMITTED FIRING 3 TIMES
[UJALSKl of Dallas, Texas and Mrs. BUJALSKI, (who was mat- Th eHaitia _ndiplomat recalled us:-d stated 'that he did not "Andre Toussaint," stated the State Depa.tment officials said
ron of honor at the Heinl's wedding.) The visitors are guests- of that when tourist visas are ac- kno, i at had happened it Times, "admitted that he had at the time of the incflient that
the Heinis during their Haitian sojourn. / corded on demand, and in thi. the.\ could recall no. previous
RUTH ROSENBERG was among a party of 11 tourists brought case of these two individuals murder in a foreg diplomatic
Dr. Raymond observed that hN, service in Washington. The shoot-
here lastrek by JERRIVIENDLESON of the American Express, received for the solicited sen- ing raised legal problems for
ISoutherland Tours.) Ruth, a bookkeeper from New York, had for ice and in, accordance with the the district police because the
a room mate at the El Rancho FRANCES ASSANTE. a pretty girl Haitian law, th esum of $9.30. murder took place in an Embas-
of Italian descent. American Express has lengthened the stay of sy and because Mr. Toiissaint
its clients in Haiti from two days to three. Concluding the. communique had diplomatic immunity from
Dr. Adrien Ra&niond promised prosecution u n d e r American
NANCY and MURRAY KNOBEL returned to Haiti and home last finally that the Haitian Embas-- cuton u r AmeLaw.
v.eek in company-, with their friend heiress LENORE NAITOVE sy would provide all support to .
of Florida. Nancy Knobel greeted a second friend here last week- the Mexican Authorities to the TO BE 'RIED IN HAITI
end Mrs. PAULINE ABLON. Mrs. Ablon, accompanied to Haiti extent of apprehending the cul-
by her son, Mr. F. ABLON, lives in West Palm Beach, Florida prits should they land on Haiti- The only sweet LIQUEUR made in Scotland on Mr. Toussaint iwas held in cus-
where Mr. Ablon conducts a banking business. Traveling with- the an territory. 4the basis of the finest pure old SCOTCH WHISKY. tody at the Wjshigton sited
Ablons were financier BOB McKEE, Fort Lauderlale, Florida, and .- Indispensable for festivities and for every ocea- mE m b a s s v until arrangements
Ablons were financier BOB McKEE, Fort Laudernale, Florida, and 'ere completed for his'transfer
his blonde wife V1CKKI. They stayed at the eau Rivage.. .Siono. to Haiti and trial.
Lovely JOANNE NEWHOUSE flew to Haiti from Portland, Ore- L NOTE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS:
gon last weekend to spend the summer vacation with her parents M. Deiends uxat the as described by
Mr. and Mrs. LESLIE B. NEWHOUSE of the Point IV program L. PREETZMAN-AGGERHOLM & CO. ends at the time of the shoot-
here. Mr. Newhouse is assistant business manager of Pote Cole, Mr. Fortunte -Bogat, Leading ing as an educator in Haiti, who
(Creole for Pull together.) in Cap Haitian. While the Newhouses stnea atana d writehi r return undertaken diplomatic "trouble-


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Most of his adult life was
spent in educational work and he
took- post graduate studies a:
schools in the United States, Pe-
ru, Cuba, Panama. Colombia.
Venezuela, France,' Swiitzerland.
and Italy. He once attended Co.
lumbia University in New Yorc
He had been assigned, at the
time of his death, to the Emba,-
sy for only a few months.

Commenting.- further on the in'.
cident the Neo% York Times, Ap-
ril 15th. 1953, stated, "Mr. Tous.
saint was infoirned by Ambas-
sador Luc Fouuce this morning !
of hjus recall, officials said. H.'
left the Embassy and drove .3)
his home at 4IH14 Third Street,
N.\V. He talked briefly with his
wde, the former Veria Daniej
G ra y, an American citizen
whom he married Saturday. Mr.
Devieux was among the Haitian
officials who attended the mar-
riage ceremony. He had instru.
eted a friend to deliver a present
for the Toussaints today."


For Tri
TS FOR CRIMINAL C
e. shooting" assignments for Pres-
- dent Dr. Duvalier. He held an
e interest in a Port-au-Prince news-
r. papers, "Courier d'Haiti," and
n had served as head of the Cath-
: olic Association of Haitian Youth


Festival'


4 Chocolate Cake
4
INGREDIENTS:

1 and a half cup sifted flour

a 'half 'teaspoonfuit baking powder

2 squares wmswee[ened chocolate (melted)

1 teaspoonful salt

a 'haif cup shortening

1 teaspoonful soda

1 and a half cup ,ugar

three quarters cup milk


Place in howl and mix 300 strokes -by baud or
4 2 minutes in mixer at medium speed.

4 Add 2 eggs unbeaten

a half cup milk-
1 teaspoonful vanilla "


MI 300 strokes by hand or 2 minutes in mixer '
at medium speed.

nPour nto three 8" layer pans.
Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees F. "
Frost with your choice of frostenings. -



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. UNDA~Y J U NE 19th, 19601


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TWO WITNESS SHOTS
"Returning to the Chancelry
Mr. Toussaint took from his desk
draw a .38 caliber Colt Detect-
ive Special and entered Mr. De-
vieux' office. Roger Dreyfuss
and Raphael Dugrul witnessed
the shooting that followed. Mr.
Dugrul said Devieux was seated
at nis desk when Touszaint open-
ed fire.

"I think there were two or
three shots." said Mr. Dre'fuss.
"Fie iToussaint,i was standing
about four feet from Mr. De-
vieux when he started shooting;
I was too far away to stop him
or even to try to deflect the
oa pon."
OTfcia.;s said, according to the
Tirnes. that Andre Toussmmnt for
several weeks, had decelopedi a
ini-staken obsession that Mr De-
\,euix\ a s repoitin,, adversely
concerning his alleged contact
**.'th HaiLian reel groups in hew
York. They said Mr. Dr.i uix
had not been responsible for the
recall decision
The three lawyers chosen for
the defence adt the June Criminal
Court S,-sEcin are EdouiArd Cas-
saunol, Antunic Vieux and Paul
Cau-.in. Jidge Gabriel Voley
will preside o.er t[lie hearings.


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"HAITI SUN"


SUNDAY J UNE 19th, 196 0


tiJoseph report


Norman Ward, American boss of the ODVA left Haiti Monday...
\New ODVA Haitian director Roger Cantave toured the valley with
Dessalines Prefect Emile Jn-Francois, Agronome Roger Adam and
regional military commander over the weekend and met with Art-
Sibonite notables... The Palladium of Carrefour reopened Saturday
night with the "fougueux Jazz Latino". Lafleur and Boucard Pal-
ludium brass who have a $40,000 suit against their Nemours Jean-
Baptiste orchestra which mutinied and moved across to competing
Calebasse night club called their opening victorious... The Govern-
: ment's decision to rechristen main street after Jean-Jacques Des-
salines was hailed by the press this week. Main street, which is
getting a concrete surface up to the monument where the Emperor
was assassinated, had the following names bestowed on it: Rue
Royaleduring the French colonial days; Rue Republicaine alter
the Independance: An irate Joseph Brierre tore off the name plate
Ave Trujillo at the intersection Rue Dantes Destouches after the
Grand Rue was rebaptised following the. state visit of our neighbor
during the early thirties. What ever it has been called over the
U"past the public continues to call it Grand Rue... Guy Horelle re-
-turned from New York Wednesday... The Cap Haitian ('aca.o
planter has been abroad on business for the past four months... Mr.
and Mrs. Rolf Madsen returned this week from a year in Paris.
SMrs. Madsen is the former Marie McGuffie... dancer Andre Con-
tent and "Banda" Louis Celestin returned this- week from New
.York where they participated with Jean Leon Destine in the spe-
'cial charity show at the Manahattan center for the- Handicapped
children, of Haiti...
Copyright is a respected word which, when attached to a stoly,
means that 'the article in question is not for reprint. Seems like
a Cap Haitian newspaper has committed to check on this piece
of journalistic law, so if you miss reading "Religion and Magic
in Haiti" by Maya Deten in the "Haiti Sun" just wait till the next
week and read it word for word in "Le Nouveau Monde."...
r-;
James MacDonald Colgates supervisor is back at the Montana
after' a. swing through the lower reaches of the Caribbean. He plans
to move down with his bride next month... The new Monetary
'-und Expert in town is Alberto Foz who is lodged at the Montana
for the next three weeks... Dr. Bernard La Pommeray French-born
World health Organization specialist on Malaria ,s here for the
campaign.. 'EGouard Genlil Junior. Wes Indies Telephone Manager
and Josselinb* akQr announced their engagement at a party at
Che Bakers last Saturday night... This is honeynmo.a' season at the
Montana en Gros Morne. The new couples include, Mr. and Mrs
John Calandro of New York: Dr and Mrs Louis Cc dano from En-
dicott, New York; Architect and Mrs. Frank Gagne of Bronx, New
'York and the Stanley Fishers who arrive tomorrow from Miami.
All honeymooners received a free bottle of champagne from La Belle
Creole Department store... "Union" is the new weekly that profess-
es to be an organ defending the interests of the Haitian people...'
Ice Cream Seventeen has moved to new quarters in the former
Spiutnick Bazaar building... rumors have it that the Peligre gener-
ators will spell the end of the "blakaouts"... Mrs Alfred VieuxL
returned from Washington Thursday with her Robert Fallun cluan...
Mrs George Keiui who returned from a vacation on Manlhatlan
island last weekend caught German measles thiL. week...
Cited this week as making a success of his studies of Political
..Economy and Economic science at the Sorbonne in Paris was
Henri Bazin son of ex-Senator and Mrs Loui BDazin. He will pres-
eat his thesis for his Economic Science doctorate shortly... The
]-v. Father Jean Claude Bajeux who left for France in October
has brilliantly terminated his studies at Bordeaux University with
"licence de Philosophie". The young Haitian Priest of the order
of the Holy Ghost rnay return to teach at Seminaire College St.
AMartial... Jacques Andre has returned home from a year's study at
COrnell University on a State Department grant. He studied Socio-
logy and Anthropology... Dailies have indicated that Mayor Phi-
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lippe CharUer has resigned. It is unconfirmed. Late this week NORMAN ARMOUR,
they also placed the Director General of Public Health Dr. Jean. CUP SET FOR
not Cadet on the "resigned list"... Mr. Werner Limberg,. Haiti JUNE 25th .
honorary Consul in Hamburg, Germany an "angel" of the local
Cancer league arrived in town this week... Next week, Henri Fou- The Norman Armour tennis ,
chard Haiti's Consul in Hamburg is expected to arrive... Colonel tournament opens at the Portcal.
,nd Mrs William Brabson of Virginia arrived at the Montanp'with Prince tennis Club June 25th.
.heir two sons. Billy and John for a week long vacation... Dr. A. Players will enroll for the
E. Hudson squired Dr. and Mrs Henry Turkel of Detroit to town championship on June 22 at the.
st MHudson squired Dr. and Mrs He Turke of Deroit to t Tennis Club before the Stadiumt
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EWIAY J U NE,19th, 1960


"HAITI SUN" '


HAITI S'UN
MHE HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
Iir-.Publisher BERNARD DIEDERICH
Oerant-Respopnsable MAUCLAIR LABISSIE!.E
MEMBER OF, THE INTER-AMERIGAN PRESS ASSN.
&" ESTABLISHED IN 1950 '
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SINK BUT CAPTAIN ALWAYS FOATS'

iy a day -seems to go by without yet another
.ship sinking 'and. drowning eing re6orded-, in
ominous six-line .note by PiA ,au rinee's nvws-
s. A, quek.check coint reveals that the,list of
now, tops the 200 mark -' for passengers and
ihat is, for truly -,mystery surrounds. tthe. masters
~s ill-fabed vessels. .
e sinkingse all 'have points tying them tb cornmmop
y. The vessels are usually overladed with boDh
af i ad passengers, they,sp.ow, great :inclinatiQn
"t suddenly uip end and sink, and, ow 'itrher tall-
mon 'mark in,.allU these hip.w js e .rnot OMt
'1 AS BEEN PROWNED .
qsegers,. crew, divestack, produce, and of .cotwsse
g d. dqwritbut 'not the CaWptiais .aind&who is by:
cus'tozn '(wihieh ,apiproa'ches' close to. ing
el st one stiposed to leave aa sinking vessel,
q' ptai. 'It'ls hius.tak t.' see -,hat the womene:
idrei" t.hie is, taield out,- fbt 6'to6 i the.
&sfd tragic,*- ig't'ItviB says 'The
Wh turns 'up withIe sad nes' df1yet ahotfher'

previous editobal we suggested ithat'sudch equ.p-'
las. 'ife .'boats, fire .bukets, tafts, ,ife 'belts .and
s .ou!'id 'tk prece.ddece over .that ''last. piece
ned on innaTnimate or 'human cargo, but noth-
'oand the -ships Aeep going down., The latest
akei .by.-'the sea is tihe\ "'Moise" under Capinwq~
acin whirh. sank off I'etit.QoMG on Jnll' 'H
passengers on -board, ia' "out peri -ans :'le
wih. the exception of 'a female- paenger
Aadleleine ,a-'id df Wmir e thie Capta ,
1t wel_.6'be worth 'hie to sk thb d*.
Snu'dges lh'eir prenioditimns 6r ghves'them ithe
into tl ri-fhcomingsirking. If tihe shipl. cazr-
iwilmci, be,. eq'upd. whtb, .ifeaying- gea-' Sn
their C ib' could al. b. Fen, loud. hail
they can on. .their m ids knowledge
t is, too iate.., -


ENCY DEEMS COOPERATION ESSENTIAL ,'"


M thie situatiIh certainly is, Haiti is a country
ily faced-wit'uh fariinie, disease, floods, hurric-
d-a mu0titude- of other calarnatous disasters (and
Basters wnhidh take ,'heavy t9I oan- 'life 'and land.
V:.%his sorry 'burden. pressing heavily 'on the Rep-
is strange, to isay the least, that virtually no
-an1 regularr disaster relief unit .-exists here.
lious and inaccessible as Haiti maybe at times,
e very 'few 'points of the island that cannot
ed within two days 'qnder the worst conditions
vhen disaster and tragedy strike the lack of
on in relief work means extensive 1iaits for
e areas aifflitted.'
MOO inhabitants of the 'little northern village
can well Itestify to the fact relief can. be a
Sin. coming. For three weeks ow that town
et4*i. the .ag.tes of materia, yellow fever and
of equally erippqinig diseaaep, and yet in all that
0y one' trip to alleviate. Jean-Ralbel's suffering
n-.made and 'that wee an epic 1'1 'hour journ-
liA .the coast by Coast' Guard cutter.
well-known that many individuals and organiza-
t, 'only to ready to signify their desires to help
P'of emergency but all to. often their efforts


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The Editor
Haiti Sun


1The Editor
IHaiti Sun
SDear Sir:


In the past few months traffic
problems in the capital, have
been alleviated and improved
considerably with a more rigor-
ous enforcement of the Araffic
node cross walks. for npedestrpi-


.. .. .. .. .. -. .r-. -.-..
Dear .Mr. Editor: ans, centre white lines, and in-
We Are all watching with int- creased participation by ,traffic
erest- iqi; Port au Prince the pro- directing officers.
gress .of the rebuilding of the This, no doubt, has helped to
-main street -the Grand Rue- cut thq number, of accidents
-in concrete. More important which 'seem .ito be La. common
perhaps' than. the', beatification driving hizard-'in Port -aq Prli,.
of this longtime. eyesore, (the ce. But,- the motorist not only
filling in of gaping holes, ,wid- -has to contend with qthercars
ening-. df the existing roadway on -the road; a far greater and
and. the 'removal of the .ugly increasing source- of danger. and,
larh'ps- posts from the middle ('F annoyance is: the -norchalit' ap-
the thoroughfare,), is the fact proach displayed towards. autt
.that this. work is.being, conduct- mobiles by the pedestrian. .Any-
ed 'by Haitian engineers.. -one who has drive a' car rround-
This is.a-turning point for..oup the city's streets-'cn oily, agree
local construction 'contractors with .me that ''jay walkers" .idle
and it;.is to be -boped that now across 'the light controlled. in
the- State--and public ..ahke will tersections atr'a snalds pace .pace
put, their confidence in local techu- which` more than" once .has re-
nicans, and put an .end to the. suited in a' double 'wait by. this,
entry of foreign contractors who motorist for the lig'its 'to. change.
have cqst. this country darly, in-.It appears that the' law'covering
'thb [iast. Let up hope that the persons on"foot struck by;'an au-
coippletion of the Grand Rue torrfbile gives pedestrians more
will spell out a, ew building era than their shhre ot confidence -
for local t6echmidiaps,- '. ' '-in other w6rds these 'people are
'"' *i 'remain,: ... only 'too wel awivare of 'the fact
Ha ', Hten Integral. that,' if they should happen to

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We have already 'suggested the vital need for a heli-
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be struck by a car then, prqvid-.'
ing ti does- not kill them, -they--,
are "set" for compensation ov-
er a lengthy period;' this is re-
gardless 9f whether they or the,:..'
"motorist is at fault.-
This is neither a. fair nor lgi-P.
cal. approach of ,law. .It.. seems. '
at ;times, that' the pedestria. is
just waiting for a" car to "-lhi.dt
him so that he can sue." Wite ''~
lines'I and Cross walk are'ofr .'q,
use -if the wiley pedestrian isi.i'
not going to use them. Tmrafflic ;
Police on the. Traffic light.Inter-',.
sections 'to speedt- up wallfgI
progress would corisiderabi.h'7..-
to, dimlinish drivers' hanassniint'
and perhaps avoid the inevitable
fatality.
'I rehiain,-
Unnerved. "
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"HAITI SUN"


Cloak And Dagger


(Continued from page 1) ico with a large sum of money of a lost plane in the South Ame-
Pulling the legs of all in s and asked his 'companion to fin- rican jungles and Steele gave
gnce an expedition to find it. him $2.700 to finance an expe-
nWalter Alfroughted oungbloodisthot Clark said Youngblood had dition. Youngblood indicated
nly brap ought the journalist-photo- told him that he had wired that he was thrown out of Cuba
ecrety with the 28-year-old Cu- Brown's bank in San Francisco as a result of this deal.
%S.an army chief -h but he made for money. The bank sent $1,800 Shortly thereafter, in 1959 "n
anthe LIFE members ge- but him her made but, Youngblood I disappeared Miami, he was arrested for con-
Sshort order memby the usehim ofhera thereafter! spirt-g to kidnap a former Cu-
private plane which landed at Clark said Youngblood told
Bobwen Field airport after dark- this story:
ness bad fallen and was immed- In 1953, he was discharged
lately confronted by a maze of ftom the Army as a second lieu-
''inachine,'guns.- tenant and went to South Ame- Aux
rica, where he sold airplane
With a true artist's flare for panrts. COSaques
,the dramatic Youngblood arous- Later, he founded a uranium
'.,ed not only the suspicions of company that allegedly had de- 4lomar-d
^.Security forces here, but also posits in South America. When t'- Fiambe'*
Ithe suspicions of the people he this adventure failed, he became CL ,
came in *contact with. Neverthe- a guard on a banana plantation ,, i
.'less the managed to keep up his on the border of Colombia and
lucrative tip" selling business Venezuela.
-for. an amazingly long time in He joined Fidel Castro's rev )
;.the guillable green Caribbean. olutionary movement in Cuba
The following is the report of and, with his own plane, became
Youingblood's arrest, as -written a liaison agent between Castro I
,'by the New York Times: and his lieutenants.
e While in Cuba, Youngblood' A v C h/?i 5a 'J S//S,
Ne York A 29-year-old said, .he met John Steele, of
soldier of fortune was arrested Rhinebeck, N. Y. He told Steele'
Here on a change of s.indling.a-
ship's radio operator with a tale
a;o lost treasure plane in .e
'i'ungles of. Southern Mexico. I
THE POPULAR BLOC MEDICAL CHOIR
Walter Alfred Youngblood, who ,
'sports a curly goatee and Dali-
td ea.mustache, was -held ai
5,000 bail by U.S. Com rpigsion-
ar Earle N. Bishop for 'remval
7o San Francisco.
The*"Yle he faces an indictment
Icharging him with obtaining- mo-
u"Oy inder false pretenses by us- .
n wire. communications i d '"-,
& tate commerce. ,
John A. Clark, assistant U.S.
,attorney, said.the indictment
S the ugles o f Soutmeeing Mex- 95 ,
n OPENungblood adNIGHTLY Darrell
n .he. radio operator, a RVERA HAITI
11e going forn San Port -au Prince' accomplished choir, which bps arranged special
MGN ROOa nS - goin
s- oMexco. programs for the English speaking residents in Haiti, giving a
performance it the Haitian-Americatl Institute.
Youngblood; according to
at said that-be knew the lo-
tion of a DCn that had crashed
ith jungles of Southern Mex-






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later dismissed, Youngblood re-
ported.
Youngblood told Commissioner
Bishop that if he returned to
Cuba he would be killed. He "ad-
ded:'"ln fact, Castro has offi-
cially ordered me killed in the
United States."
Youngblood, who was arrested
here by the Federal Bureau -of
Investigation, said he was com-
pleting a book jof his adventures.


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(Continued (roni page 1) .2"

Eye witnesses 'stated that tU
body did not reappear and it w'a
not until the following day tha
'the body was recovered. Accor
in gto other reports the suicil
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..SUNDAY J UN E. 19th, 1960


"'HAITI SUN"







"HAITI


SUN" SUNDAY J UNE 19th, 196Q


Electric Co's Boss -- Everett Shrewsbury
HE BELIEVES HARNESSING OF PELIG YE DAM ANSWER TO POWER PROBLEM MS


On Christmas Eve, 1925. Ever-
ett M. Shrewsbury, arrived in
Haiti to take up a position "for
a year" with the Haitian Ameri-
can Sugar Company, a year that
has multiplied itself to 3-1 years
in this country.
Hefty white collar work e r
Shrewsbury. a native of Charles.
Ion West" Virginia, had accepted
the Sugar Company job in New
York, (the Company was owned
at that time by the Light Com-
pany and the Wharf l and com-
menced in a minor position in
the Usine Electrique under the
supervision of his brother-in-law
H. Ward Stalmaker Chief Engin-
eer of Usine who returned to the
U.S. in 1930.
In 1929, Shrewsbury met vac-
ationing Miss Burt Pressey of
Newport News, Virginia and in


March of 1930 the
married in Virginia.
honeymooning that
learned of his app
Chief Engineer to
Company, (as it is n
Hasco had sold t
Company to Island G
tricity and Ward Sta
leaving.
With his new


couple weiei duringg those first ears, despite
It was while his long working hours he found
Shrewsbuiy time to serve on various comm-
ointment as ittees and for several Nears was
the Electric a member of the selection board
now known.) of the Institute of International
hle Li g h t Education. which among its tasks
as and Elec- provided for the sending of Hai-
lmaker was tian Students to the United Stal-
es for higher training. During
appointment the war .ears lie served as


Snrewsbury realized ia t i- Haiti
was to be his chosen home and
in the years following his work-
became heavier as the Capital
City grew and progressed and
the demand or electricity in off-
ice, homes, factories, and street
lighting mounted.
In June of 1956 Shrewsbury
was appointed Vice President &S
General Manager of the Electric
Company which lie now Directs.


LChairman o the selection LCom-
mfftee for trade scholarship
awards, which was directed by
Nelson Rockefeller and for ap-
proximately 10 years was the
President of the board of trust-
ees for the Union School and was
instrumental in bringing about
the changeover from a small
American Colony School to the
International Institution t h a t it
has become.'


Shrewsbury professes g reat Adding French and Creole to.j'
pride in the plant's accident pre- his English, Everett Shrewsbui
mentionn record which, during the has built his solid home at
late 30's and early 40's won a 2,000 foot elevation on the D
U.S. award for a total of 3,600 balla Heights from where he
working days without loss of one look down on the twinkling mas
man-hour of work. This feat of of Lights from Port au Prin
accident prevention won the corn- a n d Petionville between blach
pany coverage in a' National Sa- outs. For 10 years his wife B_
fety Council magazine, was proprietor and operator-
Hotel Sans Souci.
During the past four years
Shrewsbury has developed a vig- The Electric Company Chie
orous hobby to fill in his leisure firmly believes that the harne
hours deep sea fishing; and ing of hydroelectric power at th
his catches made off the coasts Peligre Dam is a major requisite
of Haiti and Florida have won of this country and its fruition
him several prize picture s. states Shrewsbury, would me.
Sailfish, all of them top weight, the.unleashing of tremendous ad
adorn the walls behind his desk vancement and productivity i.
both at the power plant and bus- Haiti. The Peligre Dam -is site'
iness headquarters on Rue Pa- only 40 short miles from Port.
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TUESDAY JUNE 21, 1960


6:00 pm-Test pattern -
(Records)
7:00 pm-Evening General
am Schedule


Music

Progr-


7:03 pm-Weather Report
7:06 pm-Cancer Society presents
a live program with Dr.
Chevallier

7:126 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-felenews (1st edition)
Review of the day's ev-
ents.
8:00 pm-Report fro America, with
Pierre Crenesse
8:30 pm-Foreign 'Intrigue: "Stol-
en Bid", Starring
James Daly brought
to you by Haiti Trading
Co.

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


WEDNESDAY JUNE 22 '60

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

7:30 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-Television Concert Hall
8:30 pm-Paris Precinct: "Thief
gets Robbed", Starring:
Claude Dauphin & Louis
Jourdan-English version
9:00 pm-Telenews 2nd edition
Summary of the late
news
9:05 pm-Telecinema
10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem

THURSDAY JUNE 23, 1960

6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
(Records)
7:00 pm-Evening General Progr-
am Schedule
7:03 pm-Weather Report
7:0O pm-Album Tele-Haiti Pa-
noramic scenes of every-
where
7:26 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:-15 pm-Telenews (1st edition)
Review of the day's ev-
ents.
8:00 pm-"Pour vous Mesdames"
(Cooking Show)
8:30 pm-The Flo r ian Zabach
Show brought to you
by "La Maison Lelio
Bailly"
9:00 pni-Telenjews 2nd edition
Summary of the late
news
9:05 pm-Telecinema
1O:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem


FRIDAY JUNE 24, 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 Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st edition)
Review of the day's ev-
ents.

8:00 pm-"A vous New York" with
Pierre Crenesse
8:15 pm-Industry on Parade -
Review of the latest ach-
ievements in the Ameri-
can Industry
8:30 pm-The Ford Show The
Adventures of Robin-
Hood: "Lincoln Green",
Starring Richard Greene
Followed by the Advent-
ures of Flash Gordon:-
"Claim Jumpers".
9:30 pm-Telenews- (2nd edition)
Summary of the late
news.
9:35 pm-The Shell Oil Co. Prog-
ram
10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem

SATURDAY JUNEt 25, 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
7:25 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-Musical Interlude, with
the participation of Tele-
vision Artists
8:10 pm-The Languichatte Show
-HIlarious sketch, star-
ring Languichatte -
brought to you by "Fa-
brique Nationale de
Chaussures Fritz Mevs
8:30 pm-The Westinghouse Show:
Star Performance:
"Man of the World"
9:00 pm-Telenews (2nd edition)
Summary of the late
news
9:05 pm-W e s t e r n Theater: -
"Where Trails divide"
10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem

SUNDAY JUNE 26, 1960
2:00 pm-Sign on Presentation
afternoon's program
2:03 pm-Special Children's Prog-
ram with Prof. Guy Rang
3:00 pm-Newsreels a n d Docum-
entaries
3:30 pm-Conrad Nagel Theater:
"House in the sea"
4:00 pm-Weather Report
-4:05 pm-"Vivent les vacances":
Sketch Musical w it h
the participation of Hai-
tian Artists.
4:20 pm-!-Telecinema
5:40 pm-Telenews Review of
the day's events.
6:00 pm-Sign off Nationwa An-
thema.


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For the tourist, foreign resid- visit at the weekend "Habitation
ent or Haitian family looking for Leclerc" provides t h e answer;
that "a little different" place to for as from June 19th at 10am


SFor Sunday OL
the historical domain is provid- out on a sofa centres the pool
ing a famous setting in which and in the centre of the square
to swim, sun, wine and dine. stands an antique fountain with
water flowing into a pond which
Where once Pauline Bonaparte, served to keep fine fish. It is
the beautiful s i s t e r of French from this fountain that the visit-
Emperor Napoleon the 1st., re- or obtains the finest view of the
sided and took her leisure the magnificent residence recon-
family can now -swim in their structed in part by the celebrat-
choice of two large pools, stroll ed dancer Katherine Dunham.
along an exotic bridle path, (or For admirers of natures beau-
by horseback if so preferred,) ry there is a forest extending
partake of a cool drink at the over 1-1 acres, planted with old
,bar and indulge in a fine and
typical Haitian lunch.
"Leclerc," overlooking Port au
Prince and its sun-swent hay is,


citing
majestical trees. This was
park of the residence and it
here, say the historians, tI
Pauline Bonaparte took her
ening walks through shady
eys of tropical fauna.
"Habitation Leclerc" is a i
known place and can be ea
driven to in a few minutes,
the hills surrounding thee.i
from the South stands the "Y
lightful and famous estate,
clerc." P.B.A.


(': Ija memorable place to spend a d
pleasant Sunday. In the course
of a visit around what was Pau-
tine Bonaparte's favorite resid-
ence one can see the buildings
that composed the Grand House
where Pauline held court with
her husband, General Leclerc -
who arrived in Haiti at the end -- _
of the year 1801, appointed by I,
his brother-in-law to pacify the a
colony of Saint-Domingue. l

stands the swimming pool known .
as Pauline Bonaparte's swinimm t...,,'
ing pool and thoroughly recon---
structed and adorned with stat-
ucs and sculpture dating from
that period. A statue represent- -. .
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i'SUNDAYJUNEJ9th, 1960 "HAITI SUN" PAGF~ 13


Haiti's Hotel Oloffson Changes Hands
AL SEITZ TO KEEP UP UNIQUE TRADITION
[aiti's famous Hotel Oloffson
to retain its tradition under
managementt of its new own- ,
AvYin 'AP Seitz, Sales Dep- '".
rnent manager of La Belle )
ofe and Haitian resident for ''.--
,.ast six years. .


Al is not leaving his pre-
S,.position for some months
1bperate the hotel personally,
O'lobfson' is currently under
capable management of Gert
ssoir, Acting Manager, who
S-fhad considerable experience
the Hotel World.
'prmerly operated by natura-
d American, (of Franco-Rus-
k: extraction,) Roger Coster
".his Haitian wile Laura, the
and Hotel Oloffson, from the
.e Coster took it over in 1954,
iidly became popular as a ha-
bifor vacationers -with unorth-.
x tastes. Coster himself des-
Ied his 19th century relic as
Greenwheech Veellage of ze
Oek."
correspondents, "writers, poets
rs; all came to theI Hotel
ffson which was built in 1885
Tiresias Sam, who later be-
ne a President of Haiti, as his
I


vafe residence and was


desig-


Grand Hotel Oloffson Haiti's "Gingerbread Palace".


ed by a French architect of the
Victorian School. When the mar-
ines came to Haiti during the
first world war they converted
the Oloffson intd a maternity
hospital for Officers' wives.
It was not until 1936 that the
Hotel received its clinging name
'Oloffson, a name which was de-


rived from its then owner a
retired ship's captain who reop-
ened the place as one of Haiti's
fist hotels, and it became the
gathering place for Caribbean
seafarers attracted partly by the
dinner specialty-turtle soup. The
next owner of the Hotel was an
American crocodile hunter who


diverted by other interests all-
owed- the quaint bunding to de-
eriarate to the degree that when
Coaster took it oler it was little
more than a derelict shell 'lack-
ing all the usual tourist com-
forts.
. Coster over the years installed
the necessary comforts and one I


of the most comprehensive col-
lections of primitive Haitian art
on the island. "Regular" custom-
ers were a feature .of the Oloff-
son under the sparkling owner-
ship of Roger Coster who has
now shifted to Puerto Rico with
'his wife and two sons and the
tradition that has been built up
around the amazing little "gin-
gerbread palace" is the basic
aim of Al Seitz who has started
another collection of Haitian art
already.


SUGGESTIONS H.AITIAN BORN
PitIEST BE INCLUDED LN
DELEGATION TO MUNICH
EUCHARISf C CONGRESS
The Haitian Church will be re-
presented at the Eucharistic con-
gress to be held in Munich, Ger-
many this year.
This news was contained in a
communique from H. E. Mgr.
Poirier Archbishop lof Port au
Prince'"which informed tnat the
Rev. Father Bellec would pres-
ide over the Haitian delegation.
The hope that the delegation
will included one or two of the
127 Haitian-born catholic priests
was voiced by Le Matin in a
front page editorial this week.
The newspaper added that such
a natiohalistic decision would be
appreciated by the Haitian cath-
olic opinion.


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PUBLIC GAVE GOOD RESPONSE TO
ANNUAL APPEAL FOR FUNDS


"This is the first time in 10
years that so much public inter-
est has been stirred." said Miss
Bryan, the Secretary of
the Association Haitienne pour la
Rehabilitation des Handicapes,
this week commenting on res-
ponse to 'the annual Handicap
Week appeal for funds.
This year's "Semaine des Han-
dicapes" resulted in a totaj of
$3950, (up till Monday June 13,)
the "best appeal we have had
yet;" but although money was
still coming in ,from-the provin-
ces it appeared this week that
the final sum donated would fall
far short of the hoped for $10,000.
Success from this annual drive
for funds was to be utilized this
year to purchase the home pro-
viding boarding facilities for the
crippled children. As the home
has no fi x e d monthly subsidy
and a rental of $100 per month,
the rehabilitation assoc i a t i o n
hoped to raise sufficient funds to
buy the building outright.

I "I don't think we will be able
to buy the building now," con-
ti.nued Miss Bryan, "but, with a
fairly good amount we could
make a sutbstantial down pay-
ment and pay the rest off by in-
stallments."

It is hoped that the Charity
dance conducted recently in New
York by Haiti's famous dancer
Jean Destine will bring in a siz-
eable increase to existing funds.
/For this year's fund raising ap-
peal the association received the
assistance of the newly formed
Junior League of Haiti, (a group
of 25 young Haitian girls who
sold button' holes during the Han-
dicap Week,) the Girl Scouts
.nd of course members of the As-
sociation itself. ESSO donated
lighter fluid and donation boxes
which were placed in the foyers
i


'iaim


of the capital's hotels along with
the catching slogan, "take a htt-
le give a little."
On May 29th a concert was
held at the Theatre de Verdure
featuring a number of well-
known Haitian artists who will-
ing performed as their contribu-
tion to Handicap Week. Some
5,000 people attended the concert
which realized $446.


A ball held by Pl.e Association.
at the Club Camaraderie withi
approximately 200 people in at.
tendance look $270.18 and a d1
ner ball at the Hotel Sans So'u1
contributed a further $261.30w
the appeal. The rest of the $3,
was made up from donation bji-
es, and personal donations from
friends of the Association and th
generous public..

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TDAY J U N E 19th, 1960


"HAITI SUN"


Ned Wednesday as. the
'Director of the program,
pfe of Major Robert Ba-.
iho' resigned from his post
I cian coordinator a fort,-
t6,) was Sanitary Engin-
rd Jospitte. The instal-
ceremony was postponed
Tuesday to, permit discuss-
-the second year's work


dng part. in the three-hour
i-American reunion on
were the Minister of
tre and Finance, the
rter of Public Works, Engin-
;irard Jospitre. G. Durand,
.of' the Administration of
,Cole, Casper Green, the
4:. USOM Director, Albert
lter. .American Consultant
MCoordinator of USOM for
'Cole and M. MacNemara -
-Cole's dounsellor.

9:30am Wednesday the in-
4tion ceremony of the new
in Director took place on
second floor of the Pote Cole
ling at Cap Haitian and was
ided by Government and'
' officials, -members of the
;ods orders; the Militay
leading citizens of the Cap
ian, area and .surrounding
lcts. *.:


lister of Einancj
re Gerard Philip'peaux


an article published in Le Ma-
tin; an article of elusive mean-
ing and subtle digression.
"Our Cap Haitian college 'Le
Septemtrion', whose story on Po-
te Cole we reproduced a few
weeks ago, told us in detail what
happened recently to its Direct-
or. -

On Monday, May 30th, Mr.
Henriquez, (the newspapers di-.
rector,) was surprised to learn
that the representative of the
Executive wanted to' talk to him.
Without use of iseless ivords
he informed us of the reason
why he had to make the deci-
sion. He asked us a few ques-
tions about our number one bul-
leti\ questions which we ans-
wered frankly;- showing at the
same time the purity of our in-
tentions in the circumstances.
Finally, the representative of the
President reassuring, and hav-
ing nothing else to say' to us,
drove us home.

'Then, our college mentioned
the behavior of a character who,
so, it seems, would have denoun-
cei him because they :weFe no
longer }friends. He concluded as
follows,; "It is always with the
same unselfishness that it (Sep-
'tetrion,) will always ask Pres-
idnt," D. Francois Duvalier to
,p hid s and watch the-be-
havior of such and such, so. that


d the importance that te he may, in the briefest delay,
an and American Govern- take the necessary steps and
s must attach to the-reop- kep the. boat, in the- current
; of the Pote Cole project. which will take it safely to port.
idded that certain problems
retarded the execution of 'We were happy, on Saturday,
program in the past but with after a talk that we ha-, (at'the
p problems now in the back- office of Le Matin with'Mr.- Hen-
Ed full attention should be riquez,) to learn that his diffi-
n to the execution of tLe c.lties r'.erc only te.a:poqry.and
n that Prefect Durand did not trust
*the denonciator too much and
!ding a "sequel' to the Pote that he showed the greatest po-
'"incidents' this week was liteness toward our college"
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ARMY MEN BACA FROM PANAMA,
Fifeen members of the Hai- ing, tie class received a 10 week
tian Army's Corps d'Aviation re- preparatory coiirse-'in. Haiti.'Lt.
turned to Port-au-Prince on June Albert Olivier F. A. d'H. was In-
10, after attending a 22 week structor. M. Sgt. Hector Jodoin,
course in aircraft mechanics at U.S.A.F,, aided in the project.E
Albrook Air Force Base, Canal Those who returned lastF-Fri-
Zone, Panama. day -via a U.S. Air Force. plane
The School, called Caribbean include: '
Air Command School for Latin
Americh, usually conducts -its Vilddo4 Momplaistr, Francois
courses in Spanish. The 15 Hal- Beauzile, Gerard Perodin, Al-
tian candidates were the first mando Belgarde, Gerard Jean-
full class of Haitians there Louis Martin Daverne, Julien
taught in English, Capt. John R. diraud, Taylor Grammont, Jac-
Meding, Advisor and Member of ques Josaphat, Leopold Lalleur,
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CABLE FROM Weather Wor
QUEEN ELIZABETH
British Ambassador G. T. Thwart I
Corley Smith advised the
"Sun" on Saturday of the re- Somewhere at sea tUhe vw
ception of a telegram from vicious storms may 'begin t(
Her Majesty Queen Eliza- urnrcae season is on
beth H whose birthday was Me seon iSu
marked in. Haiti wth a recep- through Novekliber 15..
tion tendered by Ambassad-
or and Madame Corley Smith The volume of reports cormp-
in Debussy on June 11th. The iled as a hurricane develops is
message from Her Majesty a mountain of information. Most
the Queen read: people are' interested only in
The British Ambassador, summaries 'and forecasts. But
Port au Prince, R. S. Bush, chief meteorolog-
I send you and the Bri- ist for Pan American World Air-
tish community in Haiti ways, and his large staff need
my sincere thanks for all the facts they cah get, for
your kind message on the they become responsible- for Wh'
celebration of my birth- safety of scores of planes in the
day. / air and on the ground,.
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the capable editorship of Mar- tinue until the storm ceases to
cel R. Salary, (the paper's Pu- be' a threat. They go to' Pan Am
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the 12th of- this month.
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IIARRY POLAkMS
GRADUATED ,

Harry Greger Polakis of 65.,'


John Brown Avenue, Part at'C
Prince, Haiti, will graduate .qi.
Laude ,at the Pace College ComA:'
mencement Exercises ltobe held'
Sunday, June 12 .in the Grand..
Ballroom of the Waldoff-Asto.
ria Hotel. He willia'alp receive.,
'f Excellence Medal
for, acliievhjg 'First Hboors in
the Day ool o'Business .-Ad
ministratioi.".' '-" -'

Mr. Pol ..A "att". .ed iigh:'-
School at Petit Semhai ollt-
ege St. Martial,..Port. a'P.ince
Haiti and completed paiu f. fhis..
college education' at tie same
school. Before' coming..to, Pace
in 1958; he spent U yam. in..
Saudi-Arabia 'with 'the Comptror--:
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an-American Oil. Company. He\;
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0 members of the World Rev. Marc has made arrange- ist Alliance members. will stay ph Johnson
U.lance, pqrt of the 750 ments for special services for two days in Port au Prince as part June 2
nerican Baptists travel- the visitors on Tuesday 20th, 'guests of the El Rancho Hotel; ti;.' Arrive
congress in Rio, Braz- Wednesday 21st and Thursday The following is the list of sche- Adams with
)end two-day stop-overs 22nd. These services are to be duled arrivals of parties travel]- June 25, iH
between June 17th and conducted on the, three days ing to And from the Rio congr- rive June
.(The July visitors will at 6:30pm in the city's Baptist ess; Arrive Port au Prince June Hyde withI
Port au Prince during Church." Allian6e members will 17, Rev. Rollin V. Wildin and June 25, (H
rn to the U.S.) also tour other Baptists church- party of 15, depart June 18, (Ho- July 2, Mr
their sojourn in Port au es irn the surrounding suburbs. tel Castel Haiti;)) Arrive June party of 14,
e' baptist congregation-' The leader of the 224 memb- 20th, Dr. Urven White and party el Castel H
visit Kenscoff,, make ers passing, through Haiti, Dr. of. 12, depart .June 23, (Hotel leader not
the city and meet' with. T. F. Adams is scheduled to ar- Sans Souci:) Arrive Juhe 21, Dr. depart July
lne Representatve' in rive in Port with a party of 28 Duke ,McCall with party of' 20, ti; Arrie
id beaq of the Baptist members on June 22nd. Dr. Ad- depart June 23,' (hotel Beau Ri- Berger with
) Rev. Ruben Marc. ams and his fellow World Bapt- vage;) Arrive June 21., Dr. Ral- July 6, (H


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nroulfe To RIOC'i
i.rty ol 26 -de- Arrive July ,6, -Dr,. Chester.., l
el Caslel hai- Quarles with party of 12, depa
22, Dr. T. F. July 8, iHotel El Rancho;) A
of 2S, depart ive July 6, 6Rev. 0. L. Bay4l
Ranchlo;) Ar- with party of 11, depart July'..:
v. Arthur J. tHotel El 'Rancho.)
of 20, depart It has been estimated that P
viera;) Arrive American and Panagra will
I Denny with ceive slightly over $1,q00,000 -
July 4, (bot- fares from the travelling -Ba.
arrive July'" 4, ists. :
party of 5,' .
el Castel Hai- -
oDr. FredJ. Britisk, Monarch's
of 15, depart
eau Rivage;) Birthday; Ambassado.

Corley Smith Held '
Reception
Resident niembers,in Haiti'.6
the -British ConmmdniealLi at
Ended a reception on, the occ'l
sion of ,the birthday of Her M'
vesty Queen Elizabeth" the Se
nd ohiered. by Ambassador an
Mrs.. G: .T.. Corley Sdiith in Di
S .>usy from'11:30ani'to Ipnl S
irday last.
T' he celebration, in' Port Ja
S Plince of the Quee.i's-.birthda
Sas one of man. taking place
hroughiout the word to celebr
e- the June 6th.- birthday *bl *
o* ''mmon'iealth's .leader.; ,'
SOti Sgturday evening- A)mbasr
dor .Corley Smith 'appeared in"
program. arranged.,by Tele Hai
and.. explained. the -splendour a
ceremony.attached to the otfic
al celebrations of the Queen'
.bltthday in.England which, ar
Sbighlighted by .the centuries old
cee-nmo.ry o tioupi'ng the colors)
Against a -backdro. pof the B.rait
,sa flag Ambassador C o.r I l
i;mrh descri-be"P in.' 'rimecca.
French -the' traditions, of RoVa
birthday y ,.celebrafioils and: hi'
't cec i.as alwed bY dLa
the Trodpipg -of the .Colors
eremohy in: -which Hdr -Majesty:
Qyeen Elizab'th took the ,official
salute.
Also featured on,' the ,Tele-Ihait
J."t 'program, and described' by the
it'e shaving British Ambassador, was the an"
lisliae dy oual gigantic airshow held.' a'
arnborigh England. It is her
e can' 'ega4ch y ear that Britain displays
,* ..e*, b herv'latekt advances Ti a.rcra
Lthroom, no with -a lavishness.. and grando'i
uniiiq* i tha, draws visitors to thA
lie Be, al. evr4 from -allr-oyver the world'
' .. n rAttenng' th reeeption at theM
the 'perect Home lof Ambassador and Mrs.'
Copley Smith on. Saturday,. in ada-
edition to the British and Comm
onwealth residents, were Foreli
IMiIiste'a'nd iMrs.: Raymond Mbil
se. General. Pierre Mercerort
iiph Government officials. an
r'nerdbers of. the Diplomatic arn.
.insular corps. '


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.SUNDAY J UNE 19th, 1960


SUN" ?Au1i~ fl


mystery Of The Disappearing Highway

young ladies from the U. One of the girls received a sizi
[who rightly request that their able bump on the forehead an
ones be held back. would very the other escaped unscathed, bi
ich like to know what happen- both tvere severely shaken up 1
o[q a particular stretch of road the extent that they postpone
Ie way to Kyona Beach' last the rest of their Haitian sojourn
, and headed back to the U.S. c
the Friday morning.
were driving along on' a "If there is more stretches
th section of road, climbed highway like this thq rental ca
rhod hill and down the other agency would save a lot of cai
and the road just seem- and drivers by marking the 'bai
,o disappear." so stated one pieces in big red crosses," sta
he young visitors who, companion, narrowly avert- hours after the accident, sti
fiath on Thursday of Inst could not work out just what ha
1.k happened to that roadway.
1' motorists who have driven
ona should, without effort,
able to vision the section of
r"lflat" road with marsh on WORLD HEALTH
eW side as described by the
touristss. The. two Americans DELEGATION
rented a car in Port au Prin-
r three days on the morn- HAVE TALKS HER]
of their arrival in Haiti and
,y afterwards started out on A Wbrld .Health. Organization
Idrive to Kyona Beach. delegation presided over by D]
SGuillermo Samane, director o
"ittedly they must have Zone II of WHO arrived her
driving their Hillman Minx Monday for talks with official
fast pace for when they of the Public' Health department
-.e to the "disappearing road" It is believed their discussion
car hit the rils, got out were related to failure of th
..ontrol, turned over four tim- Malaria Campaign to get under
1 and was wrecked, period. way.


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NATURE BRINGS
THE ROOF DOWN
Everyone has heard of the
party that "brought the roof
down," but Petionville's El Ran-
cho Hotel holds the distinction of
the roof coming down before the
party started!
Around 5pm on Wednesday the
rain started off at a. gentle patt-
er and within minutes had built
up to a thunderous roar boqnc-
ing off El Rancho's roof. Unfor-
tunately not all the water was
drawn off by the comprehensive
downpipe system encircling the
attractive hotel and what must
have been a considerable body
of water rapidly built up behind
one section of the ceiling.
At approximately 6:30pm an
even\more thunderous roar was
heard as a section of the El
Rancho's lobby ceiling' gave way
to the water packed up behind
it apd collapsed in a shower of
mortar and water smack in the
middle of the lobby.
Fortunately no one happened to
be standing in the vicinity at the
time except self-portraits from
the Marie Florence Roy display
and these escaped unscathed.
By early evening all was clear-
ed up leaving no' evidence of
the rain's toll except for a gra-
phic hole, about five feet by four
-feet, in' the lobby's ceiling no-
thing stops that element of nat-
.ure, water.


HAITI 'INVITED TO
MEXICO'S TOURIST
CONGRESS
Haiti has been invited to par-
ticipate in the fourth internation-
al congress of the Mexican Tou-
rist Association.
The congress will be held in
the Mexico town of San Luis Po,
tosi. ,

CESAR SILVA
NEW ECUADOR
AMBASSADOR
TO HAITI
The Haitian Government has
given its agreement to the 'nom-
ination of Mr. Cesar Colona Sil-
va as Ambassador of Ecuador to
Haiti.
The new Ambassador with re-
sidence in Costa Rica will be
represented in Port au Prince by
Charge d'Affair'Mr. Angel Pom-
bo.


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"HAITI SUN"


Brilliant American Pianist Sykes
.;HAITIAN MUSIC LOVERS DEEPLY INTERESTED IN
NORTH-AMERICAN COMPOSITIONS


James A. Sykes' lecture-con- He spoke of the ethnic origin
,cprt at the Conservatory of Mus- of North American piano music,
icon Thursday evening last week (Sykes has studied both musico-
: 'set the noted American pianist logy and piano,. taking as his
apart as an accomplished per- themes the wroks of the com-
1 -foner and gained him well ear- posers prevalant at the beginn-,
Sned applause from the large aii- ing of the 20th century, e.g.
dience present. Gershwin, Coperland, Yv\es. Syk-
Such was Sykes' appeal to the es gave his lecture in English
SHaitian music critics' that be- and received prolonged applause.
fore departing on the next stage His concert presented at the
of his -round the world, tour he Haitian-American Institute .w a s
was asked to return and a re very .well programmed each
quest for the encouragement of piece played by Sykes was illu-
'artists of similar ability to visit strated by the pianist. Two son-
Haiti -in the futuree was issued. atas by Coperland and one by
Head of the Department of Mu- Griffis were played the latter
sic,' Darmouth College, a grad- very impressionistic and well
uate of Princeton University, liked by the audience. The
holder of a master of arts deg- works of Coperland played by
ree fro(n the Eastman -School of Sykes fully displayed the Ameri-
Music and leading'concert plan- can pianist's ability and his seri-
ist-lecturer; these are but a. few ous approach to Gershwin .--
of Jarnes A. Sykes' musical ab- three preludes and an adaptation
Silities as he proved with. his of Rhapsody. in Blue was
glowing lecture-concert and a faultless.
."second concert in the Lincoln One further recital was given
-,Auditorium of The Haitian-Amer- .
'can Institute on Tuesday, June jo y o u s P
14h.. J
Sykes is-no new comer to con-
''cert work. H? has performed
-with equal success in 'Austria, F e a std a y
I1Mexico, France, Italy, Germany,
Holland, Switzerland, and in. ma- Wednesday, .June 29, will be
ny Asian countries. The Ameri- the feast day of St Peter, patron
'cau pianist spoke to a. large uq- saint of Petionville. The celebra-
-d'ience during his conference at tion of. the feastday, in Petioni-
'"/he Conservatory o'q.--usc on' \ille will be the following Sun-
"Monday.evening -- heA-was intro- day, July 3, J6yous festivities
duced by the Directress Mrs. are planned.
Lena Mathon Blanchet. An imposing number of dev-
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Wednesday evening before an au-
dience of more than 100 music
lovers.
The audience, guests of Amb-
assadpr and Mrs. Gerald Drew,
listened as James Sykes once
again captivated with his sup-
erb technical mastery of'the pia-
no. The concert was followed by
a reception at which fhe pianist
met and talked with several Hai-
tian music personalities.
Sykes left Haiti Thursday noon
f o r Jamaica a n d further Con-
certs. Before his departure mem-
bers of Haiti's music circle ask-
ed Mr. Ted Arthur of the U9[S
if he would do his best to prom-
ote further visits to Haiti of such
accomplished musicians which.
"would, help us appreciate better
the music of North Amerila," as
one music lover stated on a visit
to the "Sun" this week.


etionville


Forecast

out and celebrating citizens vik-
it the town during the novena'
preceding the feast. -Mass and
other religious ceremonies are
attended to honor lie who holds
the keys to the Kingdomt of Hea-
ven. Other people come up jjust
to enjoy the gay and joyous' at-
mosphere of these nbvena days.
Already around the market
and the cemetery, at the entran-
ce of the Delma road, an unu-
sual activity can be observed.
Every evening, a large clientele
gather around the tables'ef "La-
Roulette", Trois-fois-la-vaieur",
"Le-Rouge", "Bagatelle?', all
well 'lit by "Tete-gridape" lamps.
This animation ends only very
late in*the evening. Tents pro-
tect "marchandes fritailles" off-
ering a large choice of fish, "ma-
-rinade", rice and beans, and
"sauce ti-Malice". In little "cai-
lies" one can order different
kinds of drinks (trempes): Sorn,
Absinthe, Zodouvadi, Bois-Coch-
on, dormi-dehors, etc... In other
"tonnelles" "Jazz grain- cirouel-
le" are .-all. set,-. waiting, oply
for ,customers to begini playingg
on their "marimboula"-and'.their
banjo. ..4
Tl'iere is a nuline;abl( inci'ease
of the volume of tratfie between
Port au Prince and Petionvllle,
and this tL ne of the yeir Is call-
ed the "recolte" (harvesting)
season by the camionette -.own-
ers.
Telediol., predicts that the St.
Pierre will be celebrated with
greater exuberance -this year.
Night clubs and restaurants are
dressing up'to..be ready to sa-
tisfy a demanding clientele. The
Mayor, his assessors, and all the
inhabitants are busy spending
money to make it a full-success.

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NDAY JU NE 19th, 1960


JacmeL...
(Continued from page 1)


Momentous moment as the I has received a swift rejuvena-
tries of the French Linse tion to her economic and tourist


d anchor off the new
3 and proceeded sto load
hags of Coffee; this new
3-has eradicated the need
uck transportation of 80 per
Jot Tacmel's Coffee crop.
Wae of Jacmel's citizens; the
, wharf is 320 feet long, 40
wiJde, and stands in 20 feet
sMater on solid 12 inch piling.
,was constructed in the- short
We of six months by the TE-
i Construction Company of
Bas, Texas with royalty mon-
jadvanced to the Haitian Gov-
rpent by the Reynolds Mining
Ipany of Miragoane. Engin-
behind the project was John
!ey from Texas. '
phe new "wharf is capable of
iomodating vessels of up to
0O tons or up to a 12 foot
oughtt but-will also be able to
idle bigger vessels loading or
loading, by 'utilizing lighters
thored in the port.
Pt May 20th, for the first time
32 years, U.S: Navy ships
led at Jadmel for a weekend's
6eation and relaxation. T he
isels were "Alacrity" and
Split" both Caribbean exer-
Eg minesweepers based in
rleston, South Carolina. Sin-
the opening of the new wharf
reral other navy vessels have
led at the port including USS
llahatchie Cdunty, (an LST'
I the German 'destroyer Z-2,
th of which called at Jaemel
it 'weekend. The Southern Port
:- a


standing and a scheduled list of
calling ships gives forecast of a
bright future for Jacmel.
The Protocole of the visit of
His Excqllency President Dr.
Francois Duvalier to Jacmel on
June 21st, 1960 is as follows;
1.-Arrive at the Arc of Tri-
umph at Portail Leogane.
a) Speech ot Jacmel's Mayor
Sb) Presentation with compli-
ments and. flowers to Mada-
me La Presidente.
2.-The President and his par-
ty will call at the Palais Natio-
nal.
_ 3.-A solemn Te Delmn will be
held at' the Parish Church.
4.-President Dr. Francois Du-
'*aier will go to the Palais Na-
tional.
5.-Inauguration of the new
wharf. *
a) -Speech of the Prefect 6f
Jacmel.
b) Speech of a worker.
c) Speech of an employer.
d) Speech of a member of
the Executive.
6.-Reception offered by the
Members of the Municipal at the
Hotel Communal.
a) Message by His bxcellen-
cy the President of the Rep-
ublic.
7.-Reception offered by the
Commerce at the Ecole des Fre-
res Clement.
8.-Receptio.i at Ecole Evely-
na Levy, Party Unite Nationale.
9.-Depart for Port au Prince.


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bassy in Haiti.


Appointment as Charge d'Aff-
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im the second assignment in the
Foreign Service fou Mr.. Bross-
ard. He came to Port au Prince
from service as Secretary to his
country's Embassy in Bogota,
(1958-1960,) and describes the va-
nation from Bogota's 8,000 foot
elevation to Haiti's sea level as
"a bit of a change."

Mr. .Brossard conducted his
University training at the Coll-
ege Saint-Marie in Montreal and
it was here that he received his
B.A., (Bachelor of Arts degree.)
Entering into at law tfareer he
studied at the University of
Montreal and received a degree
of Bachelor of Laws LL.
Shortly after gaining his second
degree he was admitted to the
Bar of the Province of Quebec.
Oxford University,' England,
wag- the next site of Mr. Bros-
sard's studies and he spent one
year'at the famous institution
prior to entering into practice
with the Law firm of Michael,
Common, Howard, Kerr & Gate
of Montreal.

The young lawyer then emb-
arked on his Foreign Service ca-
reer and worked with the Can-
adian Ministry of External Aff-
airs from 1957-1958 before being
appointed to the post as secret-
ary to the Canadian Embassy in
Bogota where he served for the
next two years prior to taking
up his present position with the
Canadian Embassy here.


QUADRUPLETS
Quadruplets were born to da-
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according to the newspaper ILe
Nouvelliste on Thursday. The
multiple family was made up of
three girls and a boy.


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Each week the "Haiti Sun" will publish four
sage Creole proverbs for the edification of its En-<
glish speaking residents in Haiti. As the Haitian
donator of these little wise sayings states;
We want to publish every week four Creole
proverbs for the English speaking people Non
vie public chak sinmiun kek proverle Kreql pou
moun ki pale Angle.
Here they are Min yo:
Where turkey is talking cock 'does'not laugh.
--Kote kodinn. ap pale' kok pai-ri.
A piece of knife is better than finger.
-Ti bout kouto miyo pase' zong.
Women are not Lad, but their tongue is like'
a razor.
-Fanm pais merchant, min lang yo 'se r'azoua..
To send an adder to school is nothing, but- '
the real thing is to makq it sit down.
--dMini koutlev lekdl' 'pa anyin, min se' fe li chi-
Cta 'ki tout.


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..:PAJE 20 HAITI SUN."' SUNDAY JUNE 19thb

IN HAITI THIS WEEK CASINO...T ON
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were in Port awaiting the arrival of their daughter they were
Hosted by GEOGE WAKEFLD Agricultural Education Adisor May 3rd. Nothing has been spar- A concert by outstanding Haitian musicians jil
hote CGOpGErAt E FE g Education P iH aditi. ed to make the gambling spot given for- the benefit of the "Banque de Sang
.r the Cooperative Education Program, (C.E.P.,) in Haiti. a "first' 'in several respect. taire" Wednesday June 22. at 7:30pm at the Fi
ADRIENNE and MARTIN P. JACOBS decided.after their mniarr- Noted Haitian architect Albert institute
.iage on June 4th, to tour the Caribbean for their honeymoon. Mar- Mangones and his college Sa-
tirr owhs a beauty parlor in Rego Park, New York; the couple cha Thebaud designed the con-
stayed at the El Ranh and held aud s raptures when version plans and their result- The Program is to be presented by an ensemi
oud d" ea i 'n b ing completion work shows their violins, cello, flute and two pianos.
dancing the meringue. They were guided round town by RICHARD sound planning of the'Casino and Enjoy'an unusual musical evening and help the 9
ULS. .. the night club directly opposite. que de Sang Volontaire."
..'ACQUE] ANDRE was back in Haiti last week after a year's Two added and important feat- 1:
'-.studies at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York on a Sociology ures at the Riviera are the new
spacious parking lot built on land Tickets available at the door and from member
rainingg scholarship. Jacques is a graduate of the Institut d'Ethno- pacous parking lot buit on land
acquired recently and an all-im- .i
_.logie of-flaiti with .a degree in Anthropology. portant kilowatt diesel power Reserved seats: $2.0 and $1.00 .
Y.:. Baiti's famous sculptor ANDRE V. DIMANCHE has just com- generator it the power went General adn:issioni: $0.60 -
:A:pleted a magnificent bust of DESSALINES which bears remark- off in the new-Casino through one
Sble likeness to the Emperor. Dimanche's' studio at Pacot receives of the current blackouts the re- Tlarguerite- Borno Lina Mathon Blanchet
lot of visitors .daily. suits could well be disastrous. Robert, 6urand Depestre Salnave
i,. r. CHARLES FARRAN and his wife IRMA kept their promise- A third addition, and one which. Fritz Benjamin -- Guy. Scott .
A-. .-E the Riviera's management ex-
r.-om last year. They are back here this time wiMt their children pregses great pride, about, is the -
CHARLES. (ROBiN) FARRAN .nil, 20 and ELIZABETH (Zibbyl services of Mrs. Faubert. the PROGRAMME -
18. Mr. Farran is the Executive of the GRISWOLD-ESHLMAN well-known "Cordon Bleu" who
Advetisig in Cleveland, Ohio. They are guests at the Oloffson, is to take charge of the Hotel's Concerto .de PEmpereur (2 pianos) -Beth'
Dr. MAH H. PARROTT (Obstetrics and Gynecology) and his HaCin D Jack Sonate. pour deux pianos
Casino Director Jack -Fried;
i.vife KATHLEEN frdm Portland, Oregon are having a 3 day vaca- landerpoined out this week an- Ballade
.t in Haiti.. other "first" for Haiti. AllI the Troisieme Trio Bethk
,:;,-Honeymooners DAVID and MARGARET SHELMIRE .stopped new gaming furniture, ; tables, Quatuor HW
here this week in'a grand tour around the, Caribbean countries. chairs; etc., were made' here by .
'v.-id a new, graduate from the' Medical SChool in St. Louis, M) Issa El Saeh's workshop apd -
r Daas, Desrouleau. This was done under'
Dallas. Texas, ad Margaret .is from Mississipi. They have the supervision of Casino, Man--;
S Ln.St Loduis where, Margaret was teaching school. They-are current. ager Dino Cellini who is renown-
', guests at the Oloffson. ed as the,.man who built up the PETIONVILLE I." "
World farbous Tropicana and Ha-
vana Riviera ihn.Cuba. The plush.
n ew gaming rooms will be corn-A
SN. pletely aircenditoned by a 45 tori
n- The old Casino on Harry S.
S' 1' Trima.' Boulevard is also to be -f
fully redecorated and rebuilt and L t ofitude yet.only7minutes-
*^ .: al* Albert Mangones and Sacha The- from the heart o Pc RT-AU-P I Nd
,, baud have been retained for'this r
INDIAN tSTORE e old Casino ,is rebuilt it mo, exquisite ie s,oerooking Ihe-r4t

will swiftly become a modern th. baytlie mount ins .
Port au Prince land mark.
all -kinds of -renchp erfu eas Delidous dentn-ntal duisine andl superb'
visit Haiti's Smartest Indian store er
Select your fuvourite'perfume OBITUARY Seri .
from our large collecion IMIrs. vaurice- Simmons, "Ti Per5onalized aentron to eery uest,
JEAN PATOU Dan," a .lady in her late 'nine- '
,. ..JEAN PATOU ties, passed away on the 15th of i oi i ,
S CHRISTIAN DIOR June.- on theitminh oPool wiP Lundhion Lounge
4 Mrs. Simmons saw five gener- an Bar Panorama' irr;oe -.
..We Offer you the world's famous actions of her family -grow up ~ condonedd de-luxe rooms
brands at free port prices and more than one hundred des- on oned d uxe room..
: brands at free port prices cndents mourn her death. We '
18 GALION extend o ir' sympathies to the '. ,g. ... :I-- $*
S .L GALl Boucheteau and Malval families. ,
"CARVEN .OBITUARY EEKLY ENTERTAINMENT PROgRAM
SMr. Gasan Bajeux., resident U5 'i
-:LATVVlN 'NINA -RICCI 4 of Asile Francais, passed awav TU.ESD4 .Iormal re ole e-,4 andih from.
4 on Friday morning at 11am. The 7:50 PM to midniI
t Meringue inbtrudion n e
CARON funeral services was conducted ; d JVl gue n -ucpn nd contest
t. the Sacre Coeur on Saturday oF 9:3o.dosualdoes5: oodmiion{4ee
4. CHANEL n afternoon. Our sincere condo. Vw r-NFAy: Compliment.ry 9et-togel.ier Puneh .
C-A ,lcers to widow Lise Mo itas, Portu fom 7pm to 8pm r.
,,.J AP A LIltheir children Albert. Mr &. Mrs iRoDAi : a. flner,- Donde from 7:3oi, io
iAPHAEL Mrs F"I' A-,a C iriner-.Donee rom 7:309.m
1 IFR ,'l' "AP H A YW'es Bajeti-., R. P. Jean Claude ac m.i 6un er- Sond a fro 3o e
.. etlajeux, Mr and Mrs Pierre Ma- 1:3o a.m. u perb Sho at 10.
.'-' et.". e i.ie Charmant, Mrs Liliane Ba- o
MILOT L jeux, MIle Micheline and Anne ;'ALL OTHER tJHiT: dockol hour f-on 7to9 vwJth'
WHERE THE LOWEST PICE, Marie Bajeux, Mario and Max- nae omo ',
IS THE ONLY PRICE ime Bajeux, Mine Vve Auguste ,
SMontas, Mr and Mrs Pierre Mon-
:"* ~ -tas and Mi and Mrs Lucien Alon-


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