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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."

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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:
AA00015023:00268


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endotsin e worthy as- Hiti while sbme of tl -'coun-
- the O prpgrarn t.'s best specialists were con-
iti re!er aitian. '.Dt- duig studies 'arid pictibes.
eided .ihiiweek that. a a F o-ad. To- .:i 11,st.r.a-.t e
tnk' Tir .article gn t is a local practicion-
t4une -19tli as ';lop.-sid- er pointed- ont thatthert -are
ivig t ew ently 200 Haitian doctors
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car',,.expopent playing agauisL
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end, hai a jame that is "aclinow7;
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lowiagr message was gP -g
is Excellency the P're .
the Reppblic, Dr. Fran-
aller, during the Inaug-
ceremonies of ,the new
iarf held- on June .1,
Lo'to adcast by, the.
the J.Iqpuattc Wedne. I
speech was not made
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.s delivery: .
I friends of Jacmei C, -
jinel, Mariifi 'lre- i redt
!.:a Valide .ranido':Mlr- before Jas


h~ inauguration of my
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Tuesday di
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Speaks Of AbiUeSt


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r, L. la is. r ,tho. first tMi.e cradle of itia' liiice and fightingtea
I hae.felt.so intensely the need pride; lTt this meeting be lWlrd lo ".
to communicai, with, my people; sed! And let you"be thanld; thel k aliJhVt* f'
ain" th1 is a happy privilege, population of Jaemel, and.oi-the blim .tia lei
that the valiant -and' proud city sutrroupding-. paishes,, for -ein:, in.lis, be ldr .q.J, 4'
of the -Beauvais, the Berrouets, forcing in me by your wel- ill-will and incemj eb '
the Hilaires, the NMagloire Am- qome the will of serving you During th o si'e"i. .
6rolse, of the ;,Merisier.Jqannis, Honestly in a dignified and use- months my governmenat-
llius -Charmai,and of the th- Il way. start towards the cn
o ers lhat rdid ol'htQention prq- The ,circtmstancesbtfijy poll- flew .-inmal, .piMrivfd polfii "
eminent figures or our moving I cS dauripait.hIv.$iTua gdto sdell, .,f.ilneBli valuess, .oni
story, .!. gl eb.o hiaa well as on the'
ind seeking its %'ay and its des- nenfrof the.,uties of my position inteyonal level. 'Justifying,
shoulde rs eiteJai .mee today owa sur-shMal oir. (Ja& bw tfle actitin.l'of the b ttI k
nd show me,.this moving, fervor nel -'and its parishes,) and to- exdlublvely on moaWl '.-nider- '
t this precise moment- where wards "the great :o:aintry HaI- tlonm is: a inlstakb.whIt'lflist'
must addresss myself .to the ,. : ot lbe.ifade. ... -
-l vahier peaing whole natie, auLd. cummnunicate CONSTANT FIGHT AGAINST So all the acts of my. govern-u'.:
mal .o itiel de'VIle th it.. FORCES ment during those thirty-three ... d
ring the-inaguratio For it is, a call to the Valianee For thirty-three months, my months were inspired by politl-
of the- new Jaemel and prid6 that'I wantr-to throw, government, your government of cal motives tightly bound to the
S and I am on the land of Jacmel, September 22, 19i, has been (Continued on.page 3).,




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PAGEZ .. HAITI :UN" SUNDAY JUNE 26th,
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t i lots .o ground aounfd th t, ~vifrom.oe 13 YEAR LD

just the honeymooners' b .a go BALLER
cous dancer. by AUBELIN JOLCOEUt
AS RECOUNTED ..Also honeymooning.here. Executive S. RONALD SCHECHT-
MAN and his wife SHELLEY from 'Rociheter, N:Y and Medical




s friend Colonel PAUL e came here with the re-


nat. National du Tourisme returned here last Saturday in company any Advertising Research Assistant from B n, are giuet |at
Aui his wife NICOLE, his sister MARIE-CLAUDE CONSTANT, the Oloffson-.
fiof Sar VICTOR NEVERS CONSTANT, Ambassador of EUGENE FORutr of Fodor's Giieatt e'abb :i:

ofti ir of tblic Works. He went to the Annual Meet .seduisante" ARIEL Tf'SSAD, daughter of Dr. a ne. I-
rist Association held in St Thomas, rom ASS le Hotel arrived in Por tlis week-
nAh ws Executive Secretary of the Board oShip in company with asich olnie r
las e1&ted aice. Pesidebt last week. Oakwq ^ o o ) lovely Miss CAMILLE WILIS. G 'EORGE BALANCHINE
he new Board is now composed of Mr. ERNESTO MARTELLO. Camille is*entranced ,bieitian meringue. She will stay here Thirteen-year-old Haitian I
Sof the Impdressa Columbiana de Turismo of Columbia, y month asgel. lerina Regine Mont-Rosier p
resident; JEAN- JACQUES HONORAT, Director of the Commis- s weekend -arrived-here Mrs .YOLAINE COLES and her ed a dancing test in the
aat Nai bnal da Tourismie of Haiti, Vice President; FRANK K. daughter MONIQUE. She is staying with her sister Mrs LOU last week with flying color
BELLof the Alcoa Steamship Co of New York, Secretary. DAVIDSON in Petionvile... ha ea
Thenew Vie President of thle CTA stated that th is Organization Chief Marine Gunner PERRY.W. DAVIS and his wife left Haiti Director of the School of A-m
ow larger .views since it is no longer an Association of Offi- this week. Adjudant Perry' has been honored with the National can Ballet.
in "i
Representatives of the Caribbean countries but a Trade Orga- Order Honneur et Merite with 'the Rank of Chevalier-by-President Regine, who will celebrate
pisaon, which includes also many Travel Agents. UDUVALIER. He was 'the Counsellor of the Haitian team to the 14th birthday in October n
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r! 'tiles of the'Association will be entirely re-shaped at a Shooting contest in Panama. He is co eiredt ReeAihiteet o is n outstanding ballet der
eitihenext September to match the new aims of the CTA. the Hatian victory. He went back tQLwofnia toL nt;. a rOn i ,Le early age of seven undl^
|ebinoie the CTA will establish a special office in New York the Marines after 35 years of service.".... ................iare of Haiti's famed darii
Nfitmnidon of tourism in the Caribbean. d .. R The visitof the Baptist group here created a lot of excitement teaceO Lavkinia' WllidS:' r"
eeICOe Party that aiotd here Thursd, led by noted in Port this week. Heraux Tours and SoStherland Tours took them gi has an amazing Oaili
iii arg F. BEMAN of Baltimore, includes .Ainss BEAo th w A t P y. bn a o reriember dance' ciove
oiie e.ibber of th.arieANT COLOR AND OCHAnRACTER an she never makes a e hii
wo .igtoa, D.C.; Dr. GEfOR4L I;JN ZheYOUR OFFICE .FURNITURE? ,' said Lainia' Will
e rAMiieola's Hbospital, Nsw Yorke his *wiie t' eohthei .Ha a .e oh her youbig proteoe. .-
St'fi- s 'JA Ft l21, a lf.Tic Maj, graduate t wk The young ballet star ent~
CASSACilega NeYfk.a Oi th4e el AhAia Williams vidhn
I dleWsBan rod eeidAn i bd a.entdel rUs d oaho. i-school at th'enage rof Hb

g Pta: Brpof the s* s H i d e peCol m i anaz. _ie ., rC hi conimandedt, much attention
ein thiJee weeksA'to attend he retr h ma tweekersbeir oious talents, to the
lSCHWYZER, 'of Sent that she started- ree
eat- thifi 'St 'Antbiise io private lessons.' By .the a..
-1-fAer Aloa w -tasi CofNeYokult v variations of D SdettON i't.sa
... by the:,.an- mGorg e mBalancigt














i rse from Baltmore will -stay six months ,in ait; -e age of- el'en wheAn sIt
FOfLER. of Niew Xori. *irn work six.'months in th e sath of" thet a
ie3lo MEDICO. The pS-si arnty1 was teetdo hereA s by tHe eUkBUbew sAbentas ca gifted cBlat
'-!ite eseptyesofthe-Caribbean casoun-Btries butt& a Trande O- Orderel BN YOR OFFC& ER ofURNITaiU eE: .ke''Royidt, w awia'elebrateE







,h ..inaeno.m.. ......ELc Health, Dr.I o. ... CAR BO LOS, the Ad- n .de up p.yi n i4e







...... ...I. .d .. -,_ should be _ced ande

Cai, announced the arrival of Mr a the nd Mrs H "ARR .eoU isor. H etbn t e re alg4et start





,8n-. oh sewith E ngineer optimD"P M .. ad th. : he-dap e e ;mbass the woung
frmlrHitDann t h h dlualeye then take a frio to eenl orI MA- Siool e
.f.I.DE-e' ttgenr h aeder_ V (;it o d from' Mret-Hub
e w CfA a .. leabi e heon. ein re herinstrlk aan areas ede, distin tive dark Papailler, Minister of Nat
Cto e atheCt..rie .hon-rd one iyeo n 1 p .The oadre
me (nthr,.bCultui 'A he of 'ti
Siml.r. eSY. He ma.e an. exielienk'.n Igvonthousef.:The Pai; e eu.'el.atge oeeheyoungd



b.., : C a. I h DON--e o s ,-ibed e s r~a mr ttii, n ,e.-. In i ecour: e

Chrs QANvi a saf cagrit are Mhaoneymooning here. "ovrn hel ashey ou b allet ste r
_-,-Rf-,OCntiued oand
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M ;; en a ) "nasiPp #aler n Inidser o tir
I ..W..c..ian.. ..muchZ.org ee oo.t Ba,,,
thee--weeks-to ngtteneerC-rooP. mILLERanhsTdator
,....e.of-a n Lu NW.tl Yr -nCity s lt,
:tR W EtA -I4E r ooni Chicagoe.starteDe .Eaoiy, creer
19ftht.C-anse oR iapr .aoi:a tev c.ompny.inE urpeS. .n


.rt fromlfW. jhsFeceIwho deascrbedn-eeixs,,errontRoytoandai Dr."he.-b..heame balletpiastuer'itli
1t131rey, v a-samfatih type honeymoon. Theym arecoveingherselfas-,an authores. eofiheo



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'HAITI St yN


AY J U N E 26th, 1960


County At An Exhausted Staqemar."

FPesident Speaks Of Abuse Of- H aitri's" l ii"At lt :' ..


tried and measured the- alliance
of. the conjunction of the nation-
al and international mischievi-
ous and ill-intentioned.
In spite of all this, I under-
stood and realized that 'i' dhief
.of state cannot, and may not,
stay in fropt of. his people rott-
ing in misery, pressed by all
needs, and not try, everything
even the impossible, the unthink-
able,. to take them away from
it.
In the actual international con-
text, what people, what nation
would be indefinitely satisfied
with routine, filth, ignorance,
' and'all. this accompanied by thM
M'ost"wretched misery in. these
times where Drogress in all fields


S- '- offers so many opportunities?
President Duvalier talks -to peo pie of T Frere Woud not they pay it at any price&
enronte to Jacmel Tuesday. when their directors s h ow a
-neat and clear conscience or it?
Continued from page 1) who really .knows? its seems Answer. mne!...- Iam waiting for
oal .economic 'interest ,and that the trial of patience -and your answer, people of .the
ed. up by a, patient and stub- faith, of courage and hope in the North, of the Artibonite, of the
Jabor --rominme and from permanent and stubborn struggle Northwest, I am awaiting your
r loyally assisting me with to build up a new Haiti must be answer... It Is there, -in this
devotionn and patriotisri. inflicted on you, the Haitian decisive collective effort that I
o.-were thirty-three -months people, and on me. But was it proposed on May 18th at I'Arca-
. which, in the whole of my not abused? haie, on swearing to the Dessa-
.q, we must underline how With all my heart, for you are lines flag, and that I remind you
emphasis was put mostly on my witnesses, I have called for from this place, of: valiance and
onomic drama, keeping us a time in which the mimns must pride that is Jacmel and its par-
giving eken partial .solut- unite in a common thought of or- ises..
p other problems. Thirty- d4r, peace, understanding, and A ITI. FA OF
Months since my co.isci- reconciliation to engage on- a iN' E NDANE .
-of responsible -leadership, common front the fight for so.
.ed to me the acnhrices :to i,; and economic resurrection Once. more I shall say it to
posed to my pride of mis.- oft fl.ioimtry; I: have 6asrched you -'.- democracy is not a poll'
stood negro, the interior a. I m that 'ti constant 'ef. eal syfem easy to realize. An
ions to be accepted in. or .foqEt2 _ireech this supreme goal; asi'-fqr the Haitlan, people wIh
iengagb -all dialogues.- ( l .iman nature, with its paasons, are. il.in. the stage, of app int
' it seems that lJhre is infirmities iJts envy and mbt- ticeship,' i 'js, anul it wil -bei
.a perpetual monologue to tions,. encouraged by -'e genie --, e p _t .ay.'
lad tothe national and, in- du persisting and so arden- and o tomorrow,' in lie ewi
tional .listeners,). showing fly glb rted yesterday to the r i eria. ot international In
the dramatic accession of point ...9 leaving its fatalistic tfelddance --- cold lui(4
pss of men to the right -of ,erm'laid strongly.at the bottom rea4 a gr d g-nyk Iga
lion, to the right of edua- depraved souls, did noa give tive DZ0 I E!Bi to atte.kth@
to the right of health, the up. r. euai-problpWS of tlis iiater4ei
.of human dignity of living ,.Yoei know it; during these 33 pepidanqce wih:fits exlgences, It
.eed from want and' fear. months of government I :have .pe fa Wion'.t co. ictl
y-three months! Rejecting faced hivasions, internal confu- iots ,a"44ar ubts, itt inteli-
ishonest practice of hiding siod -Wt.nd these are linked to We d-1-...d 4
ruth; I amn proclaiming cou-; the oto o any demo-racy, ons; i b1siuon,
o .v io of any demor i
Husly "urbi et- orbi". 6 i -yoi g pr old.'I have never .tioh MnaG .t J I .tu uuonu
SE OF HOPE AND FAITH? .undteresl aed the size of the and -tertiiented time -.lati an
ofrtunatelyo f;t e ..... and effort, but I havp its democratic g'EIir en -




Le Perchoir

SET ATOP THE COOL MOUNTAINS
OVERLOOKING THE CITY
.INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THE


Sky Liner Party

ON THURSDAYY EVENINGS
"SURPRISES, ATTRACTIONS, CONTESTS AND PLENTY OF PRIZES
A MUSIC SUPPLIED BY

"LA GAIETE DE MAESTRO DOBLET"
$3 PER PERSON AND $5 PER COUPLE
6 SERVED A "PLANTUREUX" BUFFET
YOUR HOST ALBERT BARCILON

SUNDAYS DANCING FROM 4:30 P.M.
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-r fully into ani er..of infierde-
pendance, a. cultural interdepen-
dance, .political interdepnpdance,
economic -interdependance, andd
technical interdepeedaice.
'So, in the new Sca'le"ot values
of. a democratic policy serving
the Haitian. man,: interior condi-.
tionis show the -necessityof secu-
rity, that. which is-i:Aof :total ess-
ence,- i.e., security including .the
integrity of the, territory to be
defended, social and- economic
security or the well being- to. he
assured to-each'one of the nriem-.
bers of the- national, community,
and' the. obligation to adapt the
whole 'nation, to the intenHation-.
al' interdependancel; Etnom .-this
angle it n6w- way- o Uelit(e s. being
revealed- to 2me in agreement the.
conception. of solidarity and co-
operation, between the peoples, of
this' hemisphere. This is why I
have -,'not hesitated -to put itLto
.focus for thirty-three. ,mopthsk
and yesterday again, the finan-
cial and economic .situation of
the country and of the. Haitian
people anit that of -its *govern"
-meat. I have emphasized by re-
affirming to him 'that: in 'nQler.
to maintain the maximum .o ,uqi1
ty between the nations of this
hemisphere, desirous of working
'together" for the defense''tof ii6-
erty and the preservation of
peace they -need political and


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f" 1fiieeL dtihide .ye on 7
frpm te hear. Of PORT-AU P RINdE

,The Trmot exquisite .evs .,o. .elookin a Ie-.it(R
lebayHepl- the riouins .

i ebiious donlnental duisine anad superb '
SSer ide

Personal ed atention'to e.ery .iesI".
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Swimming Pool wi' Lundeon Lounge..,
and Bar Panorama".Terrade
Aiv-dondihtoned de-luxe room '


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W EEK Y ENTERTAINMENT PROi RAM. '
TUESDA9 :InformaL (ireole Dufel ,andi ngfrom
7:o0 PM to ri"dnib -.
JMeringue inmruTeon-'ad Contest .t
a1 9:3o .dosual dress.No odmi~sionfee
QEDNESDAt": complimentary get-togelber uneoWlo ,
Party from 7p.m to 8p m.
FRIDAO a1a. Dinner-Donde from 7:3oPnm to.
S:3o.a.m. superb Slho atf l0so 3o
o adrn;son 'ee .-
RLL OTHER iJi4ITSd"ockloil .bour-.forn 7to9.-val ; 1-
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social security, thuigp
only hbq, fathered -by conno
and financial sececiyt.t .
During' my whole
months dialogue -i" ft
and uiapable netgbr;,
newed faith has bee,, "s
Is, that 1he econpmi%5
the.smqll IHIitian people
be too. haughty. a kd.. ..
the 'mixup. ;PA the .t..e
interdependance--- hi ",
context ,of: the ., ati
and Caribbean eono oc- st
les, should and.j t.stjil-.M
fit of a short term. soliuio.
I -shall always repeqa 4h4s
psmtical sumq gpr &4i
ian abeiqgs :ae, still P!6ifPO
*ungero. .of nakenepe of ,9'
eS pnd-a iUiteracy, there
room 'ib -sflenqce, 'thtwe
room foqr, peap not ev
that of death ..:.
.-.FFQ.f-T aNOW Z Z
SIVCCES$lU
This attitude of thts
my dear ,fried :.of J4 1
b.ut onie appeen tal- o f
,tLa be -able to give. a
'"ell-bitUgt to uy peQpli't:
I 'nAaye -ti.ade-promise. c
i tg. .t .its -uown;,uBhige
All. my efforts' have beenap
this mission, chosen .ad pr
ed to the nati6i-didiirdkii
sidential campaign of 1957.-
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Ultra-Modexn Methodist Co"lUegeBf
-"For over 20 years our people have been working, Perhaps, this is best explained there. Fortunately the taxi driv- piously in search of teacher:
7 t g and. praying for the advent of this school;7 by Rev. McConnell's statement, er pulled up outside the Method- had been told that it wi
Rev. H. McConnell, M.B.E. BA., this "We are not here to stuff peop- ist -Chufeb tatnd .Missi6d' house possible." ,:.-''
.bt.ted ". ..N C e Bd d.le w ith religion, but to give hnd Dr. Saussure entered. and Dr. Robert 'de Saussux4
k, discseng the Nouveau College Bird due them a good christian outlook introduced himself -to .Pasteurn edhis. help -and'on his
? lbe opened. to 400. pupils early in October. and an education." McConnel.' who. invited..him in- to Switzerlandcoes
*i-:... -.. -. The. present school building, 'side. ... "a.nephew whlo ii tiiu
s-Sines November last reconst- ry school and senior section of being almost completely rebuilt 'As the- Jw. -Reverends. were Pasteur McConrily.oniA
;r'dctionr 'work' lhas 'gradually the College. is to be conducted and. considerably added to, was climbingg' the stairs the- visitor. tr several e
7I/Trolught' the 'fruitition Aof Past- by Swiss teachers utilizing the put up in 1909 after the orig- posed a question concerning, their sh6ot s iot gltbiI&
'liieuexlC'oMnelJs, and.,his fellow "Methodes d'Education Active" inal school house was destroy- :iirals.,anid: Teceived' a rel i1
woybrkei~,' .dream as'-the school an ultra-contemporary method ed along with much of the fromPasteur.-cConnell 'that he-men
: D."ihb` g' ir--front of the Method- of knowledge teaching used wid- town in the surrounding district was' n the wrong place." 'To t he eau
Nis i Chirch',on Rue de la Revolu- ely in France and Switzerland, during a revolution,in 1908. "be 'pblte," said the Pasteur .:fij le..e te .k ^
'ti'odhn takes'shape. and for probably the. first time The" late Reverend A. F. P. told the Doctor .that I had been Eu oet,.a
.i .. in Haiti children will be able to Turnbull who died here in 1953 in hiis country only ambonth pre- (Cofltnuoed
'Swhen -the $80,000 contemporary conduct- experiments in a mod- was mainly responsible for the ... .
College 'opens its doors to Haiti's ern well-equiped laboratory. re-erection of .the boys' school ..
children in -October it will not STRONG METHODIST LINK and a. mission house which was -A.
vb'be- an "event"':culniiated' over- WITH, EDUCATION *. used as. a church until the mo- ,n ..
i.iiht; 'it 'ill be the' realization 'Ever since the first Method- dern church edifice, another I
8of a' n6pe by the English Meth- ist. missionaries, Revs. John monument to the driving force / 1 I '
tQdht"Citi*c1h;r (it Haiti it is Brown and James -Catts, arriv- of Pasteur MeConnell, ..was corn- -
$IKnown as the Methodist -Church ed in Port-aau Prince on, the .7th pleted in 1954. .
f at'tiii) 'held 'sit e the first of February, 1817.there.has been -An impressive feature of the
sy1chol opendd 'donthe same site a:.;strong link between the .Eng- new .school, to be divided into n ir '
.1'. : lishi Methodist Church and edu- three departments .consisting of J ', '
Ntivehtu 'College".Bird, named cation.- (The Methodist sect -in one class Jor infants. 6 primary
tthe famousg missionary and Haiti today currently conducts 16 classes and 4 secondary classes, the label -i
W dticohli'st ;-Rev. Mark, Bird schools -.and at least 20 adult is the comprehensive teaching "-
-in s. t 1Haiti in"-1840, 'will education, centres in Port au. staff of eight which is scheduled '
S 'L ...-..ii.'unb6r of '"firsts". Prince,' Cap Haitian, Petit Goa- to arrive in Port au Prince in
.-l'' tl.ng'at the prima- ve, Jeremic and Aux Cayes.) early Qctober.
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....... gleamed as he desnbd the pro-
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.': ,. .., : "found" his teaching staff. Ac .''
SN.- .5 0o f -. .. or wording to (ae :.Methotist .Pasteur .-. -
.' -TN De. Robert .de:Saussure.of Swit- "" '" +"
..zerland while on a visit, to Haiti
s .tovie the well kown mur-
S'' .als of the Episcopalian Church
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S"HAITi SUN"


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E HAEIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
SCommunity Weekly Published Sunday Morning
iltor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERICH
Gerant-Responsable MAUCLAIR LABISSIERE
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ESTABLISHED IN 1950


DELAYED, NEWS IS DEAD NEWS
aye iho information facilities ceaeWd' at the Depart-
,t of Infourmation and D.cumaenit idcn or blas the do,-
ptenation idlipped into ,c-qcrity? Both it 1 would
r.- .
*ty-eight hours 'after ,fhe President- of tine Repub-
r. Praincois Duviilier, made a speech to the nation,
e'dh of public and news.timport,) at the inau'gur-
a. ceremonies held in JIamnel for the' opening of the
wharf i the I. eal,. domesefic, aind international
aJd'.beiil.gadvised of exaswt, NOTIy.NG. .

ie ePre.eitial.eh`a-...qd'.. p aid bro akldast' ov-,
be-Voide Of The Reipdbli program on W.ednesday,
day after tihe Jaomedl aeremopty ,lbut -alt that emi-.
d T'fp'm. the Deartlmient-"of Imformnatioa and Docu-
titiofiwM.Aa-deadly sienlee. .'
i role; f. itf'-Peparmenit ed"of' Iniforiaoi nd Do-
entation' is dleaAfy dicad.d by its title 'and yet two
: after :ie:: deliveryy of'-the speech it had, still 'not
made 'ajailable.
5inIe Rayptatio.nwea!is good news. In journalistic
es ddlayd l ais, s' useless news e-peciily iJ

INK' YOU BUT STILL NOT THE ANSWER
M_ annount'emeenti by thie Electric Coinpany 'thiis
k deserves ouir thanks, to both the oompainy and
Government, fcr l;otng illast' the four diesel gener-
s from Peitte ati einktz rted to the capital
oown wll r ie&6i plant although
i!ipe4ted endnt s before tihey;ai- .able
wing into action. -

)hen the 'ft Iodter" geengajtors get underway the
6r prodbleHl wil-ite -afllviated for a".wlhile anid it is
M'wif ei llp eliminlate" the badk outs. Unfortunately
ils til not the awer to rectify the sorry lack of
er in Port.au -Prince and surtourding areas
Lits bedt the additional power generating system
'o ly hbpe to take .the load of the badly overwork-
)Init and annothbe expected to keep pate with the
nraing. need. for a .COstantr aaild untroubled
ily of power .

tere is an a e. '.VPligie iTanm sis in ali its' im-
ngOapliendor with a vadt body of power prodqczg
r' sbed behind it surely te logical land, in the
V run, the. modt eoozioni'eal thing to 'do is to harness
tialf f O Peligie amd 'burn it into 'a power -pro-

tainty "this would cost money 'butt once Peligre,
ied churning out 'power it would not only give'the
t Oo npany a chance to straighten things out.
ie,city pladit but would give 'a surplus of life giv-
lectricilty ,to a power .starved 'city and Industry.


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Hotel iln dustry "Abuses"
END PUT -TO. CERTAIN PIRACtIES'


'"Certain" practices, dented
as harmful, among competing
members of the .Hotel Industry
drew rectifying action from .the
National Bureau' of Tourism.
.which summoned .the Haitian
Hotel Association "to a 'meeting
on June 20th, to put an end to,
the alleged abuse.
During. the meeting it was de-
cided that no gratuities should
be paid, in cash or' otherwise,1 to
anybody by .the hotel owners,
with the exceptions of commiss-
ions due to the local travel ag-'
encies 'which are recognized by
the International Organism of'
Tourism. .
It was further. decided that thhe
office of the. Hotel Association
at the airport wile be closed,
but a representative of (NT will
be available at the reception hail
inVorder to give information -to0
incoming tourists and' to aid.
.them in their'choice of a hotel;
the, person designaitd for this


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job will.be the. -ery'aalthorized showing' their. registrations .i
pierson at .the airport to give regular control-.o4. the "listii
such' information to' the tourists, niched by "
, The. Hotel' Association intends :
displaying a poster giving the The .CNT alo deided'd."atI
names of all city hotels and their meeting that it .Will' wteh.oi
respective rates and the lists of the carrying out ofparagra
incoming; passengers and the six .-- acle four .of. .the ,
hotels that they have. chosen will decreed on September 29th; 19
be made qut daily by the CNT which imposes on .all establis
and be forwarded to the secre-, menit below ing ,to the 'touiu
tary of the'.Hotel Association -" industry,, such.as hotels,, motel
which will send them to the hot- restaurants, etc., .te :obligf'
elt in. question:. to'suppress iand act. and"to..avo
in line-with, t the .hotels are. any omissiond: which' might
expected by the Association to contrary to the, inteiesis. off:,
send in daily reports to the CNT. tional Tourism "

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S-. BLACK .OUTS?', ;, :.w
Citizens of Port au Prince and' week,, for. fhe company. "ati
its suburbs can, take heart from that hfley. were"h to
a comm ique. issued b y t h e oune the 1 g6 l J- th
Electric -mipany Thursday-this diesel 'ner '"'-"'
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orators have, been a&kantgd
'In .happy vein.tefleouNi
continued tha 'the first gen%
or. had lben trapipotled dwi
the company yqrd from the
ligre Dam, and thatt the -'p
wu.iibe fortcoming, ,,a''i
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into Jueoneo after ti otber;. 'pd.
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unit will .mean a'n ameioaUon, .
in the distribution of the electric 'J
power and .atter .the nistallat"''
of all four units the !p WR:
RATIONING WILL -END,' std-t*
ed the communique.

It was -stat6d- that; the comp 'N
any "took pleasure" I-.thankn.-;';
His Excellency, Dr'"Frano is- ;:!
valier, 'who facilitated the dfeld
very of the four generators d a '
by consequence. aided to put an ::
end to the-, rationing of electri- .'
city .
"We thank' fMe public also," ;
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Its grand comprehensidA shown'
during the rationing period.
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Haiti: Caribbean

In our concern over Castro and Trujillo,

TI MAY with plenty of problem
I E E 'iISCOPALIAN
N ca., heiathl or economic evolution country. It meal
etnville, Haiti, W. I.-"There so long as approximately nine cent are expl(
..can be,"..says the. Rt. Rev. Char- out of ten people are ilhterate pariahs. As on
leS Alfred Vqegeli, .Episcopal The people can not take a right- the Church put
. ishop' of Haiti, "no real politi- ful place in the life of their ough to be boc
Sor fool is' int
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This Is Haiti
Ten thousand square miles of stark volcanic mountains
rise like-a giant, molar tooth, out of the emerald sapphire
Sea. -
-Population density is greater than India or Criuna.
Dynamic, flamboyant national art and sculpture appear,
evpiywhere in Port au Prince, in hotels, h6mes, stores, and
Q*pulic 1 stitutlions.. .
:--A;million erect,'sturdy women walk five to ten miles before
-dawn, down- mountain trails to market, with bushel baskets
produce .on their eads. '
-" Naked children eat gravel to stop their hunger pangd.
Amerian- tourists relax in fifty-dollars-a-flay hotels, perch-
Ike,-


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Question


SUNDAY JUNE 26th,"


Mark


are we neglecting Haiti, a sister.republic


S?
ns that ninety per
oited, practically
e young man of
it, 'It is bad ec-
or, but to be a;
tolerable Part of
krL of r d'n tinn.


wiV --tlUJLbt Sl WUr I01 reoempuon
must be through education."
The Rev. Pere Rigal Elisee, an
Episcopal clergyman in Haiti,
asks, "Can you who are accust-
omed to super-markets, piled
with foods of every kind, under-
stand people to whom a few pen-
ries can often mean the differ-
ence between life and death? We
did not ask to come' here; we
we're brought here in chains, as
slaves, to work for the white
man. Thousands of- our people.
died for political .freedom; wbat.
is this freedom without' soil,,, fod,
health, education oil hope. for
tomorrow? Is. it only. freedom
t m- '


his Church of 'the Holy Irinryoents
has some 500 members: The cor-
rugated iron roof leaks rain on-
to the altar and mpkes puddles
on the bare cerie:: floor; the
rough board pews are patched
an wobbly; and the seven elec.
ric bulbs, hanging from the raft-
ers, have no. shades. But the
people come, and keep on com-
ing. Their responses in their ser-
vices are strong and clear and
'in the soft, starlit evenings the
hymris ring-out in praise over
the pitiful shacks and "shanties
where they live.
Behind .the Church,' facing ori.
a, large playground,- is the cele-
mentaiy school with classrooms
for six grades. Here-132 children
are taught arithmetic, grarnmar,
English, geography, h y g ie n-e,
history of Haiti, natural science,
domestic science, embroi'd,,e r y3
arid Chrj.itinn education. Across
the, coutt .yard -are kitchen. faci-
. .


cities where free hot lunuhe
ia-rved. Food is provided b;.
RE and the Missionary Di 4
of Haiti'.
Pere Elisee maintains a it
personal schedule. On the'
days when he goes to odi
more of the Church's fiveo
sions up in the mountains'
Port de Paix services are7,R
at four and six in the ma
There are early morning .s
ices on Monday, Wednesday'
Friday, and evening prayeitJ
Friday and "Sunday. From :
to six in the.evening on SufiS
Pere- Elisee holds open-air s
ices at various. out-stations.."
til a year ago, he trav
Jhrougi. the mountains on ho
back but now he has .-a.'9
thanks, to'the beneficence ."
woman from -Connectic'ut.
heard him speak "and gave'j
-$2,000' .to 'use .for. a jeep.
(Continued qn.pagej


j: like eagles anelts on the mounainsidoes. LUto starve? ._ -- -. -. : _
--. .i.
.ting citizens areo 'registered" fingernails notched and -
M ..,ik, beca se, e 90 per r o ll""racy. It is, indeed, little more than
e"d ibcaue. .. the'iy i r cetinatd o' lliteiraty.- this in the stark peninsula west
he g f am-amily inom s estimated to be thirty- of Port de Pait, one of the.worst
V0d Cr forty cents *- ,... areas--in Haiti, where gov.ern-
:Th le'wor Is-. oldest, Negio .republic-long a porient for the ment -and. private agencies are
6olboed Veoples .of 'i ca and Asi still. struggles to make disributing anyt of -T E L
mo ^ k ^ -..... e y k .. -. tons. of Poirit -F our- basic food-. .- ..': ..
.... ....- "' -~ :. ^ : "' ..f st tfs to keep people alive. .. ..
:. It- .a and 'fit -only for- goals ..' e-. -,.. -
"0".' :" : ." *'" ... "- '-: *7 -- the and '-hbgs; 5.per cent "or 4.s.ol f-"'T. .. ',
.t is able Erosioia' i The Smart Saturday Night Ol
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ans throughout the..coui rip : LA 8. NDE -
h^e tmlount;ains oflLeees#ia.k. 9 'Ip.im. Un tei l Ola
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niont can iot 5st I th i. .- Or ches a

o burning o.,. ,S, w. Pd I eHOSF HayI OAL R I ETt
fre Elisees. began h Epsc- pisWP ATE
riesthood. i 1953, it. S dth oo, .. ,D I E' :
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sf Medico's Health Program ,For Haiti
2 PROBLEMS HERE NOT AS COMPLEX AS U.S. BELIEVES '
SContinued from page. 1) in Jeremie then there would be story, written by Dr. Rusk, under cultivation was then pro- income is but $65. a yea
" practicing in the United Slates Imore doctors there," stated one which appeared il the New York d.uctive. tuberculosis and malnutril
Jahd,'some of them aret even. Port air Prince practitioner. It Times on Sunday June 19th; Haiti gained independence in widespread. i
teaching' at medical faculties. was also suggested this week 1801, but following itS-\vyake AN OASIS OF CAKE
.:What has caused, this situati- that despite the vast need (ot Next Thursday a six-member came a' centuryry and a half of CARE reopened its i
SDoctors ,-here.Jeel that the medical facilities in Haiti the health commando team from the? Intermittent civil strife, military and is focusing its progc
.'alad mty is brought ,about not opportunities for doctors to corn- United States will establish a dictatorship, economic and agri- food for hungry.people at
hfirogh jack of patriotism but mence practices were hard to beachhead on the northern shore cultural 'desintegratidn. cultural development. O
I* lady' ot monetary, educational find; it was.stalted that even in of the peninsula that juts out The' United States Marines oc- ernmental International..
S.aind pract i c i n g opportunities, the city there was "not much from the- southern coast of Haiti cupied the small nation from nation Program of technic.
W: en 'a Haitian- doctor complet- room." toward Cuba. 1915 Jo 19J5 ,in one of our worst instance sponsors a vanr
Ss.shis studied, and graduates he .A total of 34 Haitian 'doctors The teai,- the first in a new examples -of-. dollar diplomacy projects. -
% i-iiuired to spend a .two-year are leaving this month for spe- MEDICO Project for Haiti, will They were sent. theie to enforce The Albert Schweitzer'
."in either town, province cialist study abroad they will find conditions .of human life as settlement of international debts, tal at Borel in the -Arf
n cityas. appointed by the probably remain in their chose;i tragically po v e r t y-ridden as but left without providing the Valley was founded and ij
;; O ai. t Ac'di5ig to physicians areas and set up practice.. A those. setved.-by Dr .-Tom Doo- basis' for economic development. ted by an American,-Dr.
tthej maiy doctors, at the con- newly installed U.S. law requir- ley's team and hosii'al, projects or political security. tLarinidr Mellon. It is Ril
i-"pf' their two-year period,, es doctors to 'sit for a medical in Laos. Ilail's..population of 3.500,000 of fine medical care'in,
t;their careers by going exam after six rIlonths in the p eo. p .i*, .eso gives it an extraotdinar- nostic and therapeutic di
'eseas where the study and States so it has been-suggested halti was once relatively rich Uy high population density parti- A year a.nd a half.ago. I
oneary problems are-less dif- that a number of Haitian doct- and productive. As a colony of cularly as 80. per-cent of its than Kline, New York p
-- .t..." ors will-now choose Canada for France, it produced one-third 10,714 square miles are steely rist.and John Heyman, a,i
,.t t erewere .' su" ': Ia"fiill their studies. "".....- of FTaiice s foreign trade. .Three mountainous.. The population is- Np~ew York business man,
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Haiti Well Placed On
;.by Jean Jacques HONORAT and feels at home. -, -. Inh phe mean time the Cacique m
"-_ .-alti's- position on the interna- Such pictiue we presented in Island Beach Club was iriaugur-. ro
t tional tourist-map has greatly' October, ..959, at .the twenty-. ated in. December, 1959, 'with cli
I iunproved ,uring-the past twelve: ninth.ASTA.'convention inHava- fifteen bungalows, a bar and res-
Smonths. The poiotical stability na; and alsod in Haiti last month taiaint. Construction is still go- ba
lit edto replace ihi the to 120 me -brs of .ASTA mid 'g )on, the.plan. being to have er
foreign press true dplture of and southwest chapters, well ty bungalows, a one hundred ne
:.aiti, -that is, the picture -of 'a as to a group of delegates.of'th. room hotel, a golf course and a its
mst. hospitable 7 wl.,he;the I iteranie can .. ratel.' Agenti yacht-clb. '' D
v itor .:w Aeie d Sond ete. 'f The Riviera Hotel is being re- mi
-
opet6 ceirenovati6n, in.. m
,to f.b *otyt i.equipwent and '.
.li o ad RCA INSTALLS NEW EQUIPMENT th
Mbi^ meeting' ,ot uther cn- O 'E ... EN I A TER SERVICE
,t t S R.(A corn- "
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~io Corporation' Caribbean" district, as (a o on ,.his .titne. i July, eof 1940: Lanq4a :hii
i. .',',. .,< .. hand to.: supervise the installa- joined RCA' s a counter cler< thb
'' .. ",, '' .-' ':',- fion... and-relie o' perator; by, L945 .he a
re y towerss, a supe up A manh*b' Oi-.bnL see Haitf, had-'beCoe a'fu eipe-operator. we
.of.cablps RCA has.Iad- keep -abreast-, o. t .e electronic:n... -948 he -was..appointed .at.- sP
S 'BS..1...cc'.motor- .age.when..,it.lcomes' to cbmmu- ing S'upeintendalt ind jesi thaM of
.^...-.. ,senger fleet ications, .opefr-,andix -.stated a year ,.later, .upermintendant=-2 1
i..."-a.-, .'" ,'.addition this Week 'at ....newl istal -1erhaps, coming t first tai by
nac .~.,-,"pamp --. led transmieme t add4'allied equip- tian, to be placed in charge of
i t sntte wiladdb p ciency and a eracan, Compaiy; Mlr- "
4. tw q ,r f6 t^il.# -w- syd' tt,.t.e .RCA service. here, oi.. is 'proud of the act

,Li : itoa.tio ns" iZ thed, ffice.. to the sta ..of: RCA so SI A .o ,,s
Sg .er thwelmounte delery. boy, on .Hitians. n. .
htat h rea m r bike-C ;lpes were epesel Roget
'W '.-",o,'-'. ra etu-ast in -th .te Lanloix .that :,i th not too ,di 1
Vi SOwp t&i.'.iTtweties. became ant" ..t'future: "a ,Telex .syte. p 1," a
ei ii.' ,' i -WWeethtJie- call_ sign b ,mnstalleq heths~ is.:,, _ri:
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As part: of the- accelerate
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nment, inauguration oc
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december, on the. site of.
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e Gov- ce of meeting with the
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Pr. next May, 160, we have- re
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tAl of 62,492' tourists,'
: 16,853 -visitorsi-have dej
Port' au Pitnee. during;i
eletypc period of timn.. The i"q
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,. r'. o- g The Fund. has_ provided sever- .k, Peru, Laoos, C a a
1'eXd i co n ea. r*n al fellowships for United States Malaya.
postgraduate study for Haitian Ol-the evening th M
physicians, Rehabilitation servi- team leaves for Haiti; MED
ued from page 8). healthcare available th-oughout MEDICO teams have worked in ces Haiti a ite well ad- will hold a testitnoialdi
three :-United States Haiti,- all seven of the nation's district Anced when compared to the honoring Dr. Tom Dooe
btical companes-.'to -To raise the standards of the hospitals. general., level of health, educa- man who ha beTomeh'
psychiat iie. -This inedical profession in Haiti. TEAm IS VOLUNTEERED tion and welfare services. pal symbolI of MEDI pq
iflesses' 'rug therapy,aid" -To work. -.vith the World More ,tIAp forty United States his rebiyim to his junge h, .
din.g'nriot only reat tlent Halthli-rganization,- Pan-Amer- physicians, nurses and technici- WithinL the next few days ad- in northern Laos. -'
luable" _se hda&' as; i an Sanityl Bureau. Intematio- ans have volunteered to serve on ditional teams of physicians and Let .us "ope tft th e. EiD
::"- -" p"al Coperation6 Admistratior th^ *MEDICO team for. the see- other' medical pemronnel will team going to Hali can.. a
EDICO "Haitin Health and CARE in their public health nd district hospital. The Henry leave for new MEDICO-sponso- results ,which will" meit I
n s ,been initiated by and nutrition programs. Ford Hospital in Detroit has-of- ed projects in Kenya, Tangabyi- lar tribute.
b':. $100,O from the Pu- -To develop an organization- ered to lirovide ah entire, team .,-
U mare-Foundation' of Vfr- al-pattern -which will permit the in January, 1961.
RE is participate iby Haihians to take- over and run
"thei -equipment and the program.. Concurrently with this progr- .,
fadiW Iiprovide nutrition :..These are tremendous goals, am, a group of Johns Hopkins .
nmets'"in the hospitals in biut.the pla iis relative.lysimple Universify professors in various
.IbEDICO teams work. and" appears to- be I tremely medical, specialities and .their kn
S diugs aid hospital pracbca. chief residents will go to Port
om es ave ready .. au Prince. next January to spend .
ue more than $135000o( "In- the fall, hen the hospital- a month at. the medical school,. r- '
t i' d-'suppie -which i inie organized adequ-. working with their Haitian coun- *-
,as'delivbred to Haiti: tely toserve an area-of 150,000 .terparts. ''" "
or the MEDICO Haitian people, an, American surgeon .'- '
iP'rogram have' be de- 'and threetehicinswil resent A volunteer team'of orthoped- VV .- L.- L
d .Edgar F. 'Ber t teach bd work with. their ic surgeons from the United
aialtimore', physician,.who Haltian "counterparts. When the States have agreed to spend : '
I Setithy Geperal of Jeremie. Hospital is functioning four-, month a 'year-n H-aiti, '. !. ,
md y Hati .. :MEDI.O l I-esonel' will return ing. -The- World Rehabilitation 'E ntm. -..3U .'.. \Y A L I(EU
I 'e in cember,1959.95 r. -rto the -3Ui)ted Stae!.adsd -i new Find, a- tJned. States, voluntary .. :
hos, iwithin a.twoto- to IEDICO- teai will- g. .to the .agency, will. provide .a French -', -B. ::. i 0 -:-p .oo5 '
ear .:period do the next 4istriet hospital, 'probably speaking braceinaker' to cduct | : .. ,.
S'': .-" .:- ";ayes to repeat the. pograi a ssi-week. training, program .for
ake.siipne but adequate This system will continue-" until aitians- this- sunmmr. DISTRIM TOR Z
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I' ,',-AGE 14


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SUNDAY J UNE 26th,


Caciqi

, -By CRAIG CLAIRBORNE
' Port, au Prince, Haiti SuI
.:'' ,-worshipers who visit Port at
. --Prince for the first time gene
, ally are startled to find an al
::.most total absence of habitabl
7.y-beaches. There are swimming
pools aplenty -almost every ho
' tel_..as'.one- but those kidney
shaped, basins are -small bee
-i-.-indeed fo, .anyohe- addicted t(
sand -and surf. This, however, i
-about to change.
I The li'y has other charms, o
.course; o0 compensate.-for thi.
.'maghceht vistas from thi
w tand. tain--erched hotel terrace:
ti-t overlook' the. harbor. Gen
t y good Haitian art is to be
BhMdf0or a reasonable price, and
l6-townis--can boast more-vivd
dal': color. There are. colonial
ises" with gingerbread archit
eure,7oodbo' rituals,, cockfights
si.jb" the 'stoftit-earted,' .an inter
ttiobnal casino and the !native
W'o'p.ietn who still' carry their b&
Songiigs bn their heads: .
evertheleds, the' beach, prob-
:.petsists and, lappily- for
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AMERICAN, WRITER ENJOYS THE RITUAL
tourism, there is one man who design. M. Baussan is an archi- brillianc
n 0s doing something about it. His tect educated in France, whe;e almost
U name is Robert 'Baussan and he tie. studied under the celebrated M. B
r- is developing a sixty-four-aci Le Corbusier. The ti allies -al- island i
r island in thV city's sun-drenched most monastic in their furnish- cause it
e bay. As of this writing, Cacique ings- are. divided, into three The wal
g' Island, with its breeze-sw6pt Ibo parts, sleeping' area just large and rai
>- Beach, is almost unknown or enough for twin beds and a pass- green to
'- it was 'when visited recently by age between," dressing room
r this writer, who was a solitary and shower. INTERE
o guest. In addition. to the visitor, The ,f
s the only other persons at Ito The sloping roofs extend al- teresting
Beach were the manager and most to the ground and are co.'-' flavorful
At his family and .a serving staff. ered with dried, rolled banana is dried
s CABANAS RIM BEACH leaves as insulation-against .the not serve
e One of the most compelling heat.' The "walls" of the sleep- rice, co<
s features of Ibo Beach at -present ing area are screens lined with a very
- is the: ten thatched-roof cabanas calico prints that may be tied flavor. T
e that rim the beach.. All night back for natural ventilation" or source
d long and throughout "the day secured for privacy. Finicky xvi- can be
d there can be- heard the restful sitors should take note: The wvt- such una
d' sound- of waves lapping the er in, the shower is only a strong a Caribi
- shore. Ibo Beach is not a spot trickle and is lukewarm at best. stew, ri
s for the fidgety. If is place for -Except for an hour or so a red snap
S.bathing in the sea, for reading, day, .there always seems to be The b
e skin-diving and soaking ..tip-the a breeze across thp .island and cross-sha
* sun.- some. of the views are spectacu-, visual su
SIt. is not by. chance that the lar. It is a pleasure to watch the. drinks.
- tiny- cabaias, or tl. cailles, as skies darken with the approach rum, of
* they.are called,.-have a striking' of a brief tropical' storSfm The i'um with
S .." rain pounds minstierl o nn the 'mpended


BLACK OU0
e, and it seems one
touch the stars.
aussan claims that
s totally 'shark-proof"
t. is ringed with a r
ter's colors are-.splen
nge in tone from j
o eggplant purple.
$STING FOOD
ood at Ibo Beach is
g, too. Haiti' offers a m
I native niushroom I
and is more often t
red in rice dishes. '
oked in a rich broth,
special and appeal
The cook, whose prim
of heat is charcoal, a
. persuaded to pro\
accustomed delicacies
beaq crab, soup, a tu
ce' and beans and" f
ipper fresh frbrm the s
ar,. situated.in a lar
iped- refectory, offers
pply of potabl.s and
are creditable. Half
course, i the drink,.
h's6da and'lime is- rec'
Le.mnns. rni'?ntal


TS -
can is no better than,.routih.
ertime fare. in the Unite
his The electronic fad was.,
be- cently introduced., to.' th
eef. and the natives atie still,4
idid prized by it... -..
ade CHOICE EVENINGS
One does not, arran
things, of course, but b :-I
-when there is a power;
iJ. are choice. -Then there i
lost by the light of kerosene
that There are extensive p.
than M. Baussan's drawing be
The expanding the Jacilities.
has Beach. These inxyolve.
ling room -hotel, a six-hole go
1ary se and twenty more tiL
also bringing .:thtetotal tp thirl
'ide sent. plans 'call for -con
as the project within, the .
rtie Ive months.:- ".
ired The .current cost for ali
:se, is. $6 a day single, $12l
'ge, European plari. Meals -cos
the $2 each. Iboa Beach is. .a
the niately. hif an hour frol
iari au Prince by; car-i "plus.i
aid 'minute, boat i de, "The pos
:)m.j dress'is RO. 'Box 1096,
ll 'Prince' Haiti. -;:


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:'' -. "- '' i-roof, then' goes as quickly .s it are scarce in the Caribbean and ---
:- -came. At night, when the skies "e.tra dry martinis are invaria-
are .clear,- and' they lrnmost al- bly'served with a.twist of-limq .
....... .' ways gre, the lights of Port Ad There is a television set, in the BUSINESS-OPPORTI
S' Prince glitter, with a dazzling bar, but most Haitia'p television
Partnership waiitd .
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Hamiti: Caribb
nued froi page .6) 'ary-Bishop of Haiti ianf his pre-
:,nmbuntain trail appro-, decessor, .e :'Rt. Revw Harry :R,
tbo '4de Paix "must:.,be Carson. .
'be6eved. Nothing-,but f rThere' is p._ now Episcopal Cdot-
h'eavy truck could s..a ge of -St. Pierre with. a Haitian
S lfman a' few trips,' for,- faculty of twenty-two .members.
p.rs'.iave,..tb be td The -enrolhmenit of 250 students
Srainy.season they. ae this year wuil reach 350 in 1961.
S tsrenis which .make, al St. Pierre, unepr .the direction of
possiblee." ,M. ,Roger Jean, offers a seven-
a underPere Elisee's year .classical 'burriculum.
o.r an estimatee&d85,000 At Leogane; th1rty*;nils west
sub'slit on .tir.y patches qf Port au' Prince,a new concre-
|d. .He also has charge te prim-ary and elementary
brkot mLa Tortue Island, school is' nearly, completed. It is
he 'channel;. where Pejk under the direction of the' Rev.
,"Lapointe has 'a church -Pierre Thevenot,- who supervises
meters .and ,134 .cornm-, eight churches.and.; missions, and,
is. This. ientyeightby.-- is priest-in-chaige 'at .H6oly Coss
-la ,has --popualatin Copirth, Laeoae. .
30,000.' Pre. Iapdinte '.ey visited the-family. commu-
thte .primairy schools nity of~Madame ;Valcirie.-Adolph
ipils. ,. Pierre; at -Petite -.iviere.- Aged
I fAdil to takq care of out seventy .and a. widow, 'M1Vdarnb
ple, '4'-Pee 'Elisee ,re- Pierre, heads- a family of eighty-
-i, the-Com-_unists will four, -all -'Episcopalians. Their
o' forus. We don'tWant village bhas' fifteen -thatch-and-
'a repetitioa of-, w6t imud, hoUles, and a-c, church that
-in m"uba: I He Is- is if et the. it hole family. Seven
thihkiig -pla.i i h g, cows- and various ehicns,- pigs.
g of his' net major goats and ducks,-wiinder-.c4sual-
rf E pi i pa o a-.Llrde ly~:~ounifthife to4o-a~'farm. The
Y-'Our' people have..char- annual total cash'income of the
lity, agerns tod lear, whible'Pierre family is about-$35;
ess capacity for kork but ,the children are brighteyed.
u educationn ..theiY "'p-lailghihg, and full of fun.',
:; ?, a glamorous setting on the
milieu of French-Cath- palm-shaded be a 6 h at Mont
ture, practical "Pfotestaint Rouis.stands the small Episcbpal
6n, African -voodoo worsh- Seminary of -Haiti, founded in-
niericaii-type' democra- 1944 by-'Bishop Voegeli, -where
cEpisci:al Church progr- candidates for ordination, receive
been developing .irder a .our-year theQlogical training,.
isD thef.i~t..,.ey.Thie Seminary Caplain is the
S-af'Voegeli; Miksion-. Rev William C. Buck of Loul
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siana, formerly a member of the. his government certificate exams only one Out of -even children of
Cathedral staff at Dallas, ./Texas. with 'high grades, .and took two school age is presently enrolled
'The Dean is the RevE N. Carlyle years of high school in one. Then in-, school; -. ?2). the' bulk bof ith'
Spiti of the Holy Trinity'.Catheid- he spent four years ,at P4rkins- real national ;i ico"rn& e,-devee
ral stiff it Port .au Prince./There Institute foi the- Blind at. Water, from. thefarm-family eanoom ift
are presently .six students, of town, Massachusetts, and took the open: 'markets, on:a persbonalk.
whom three' are Haitian, one. a teachers' training. course. With barter basis;;.it .is without re.-
British, ,-one American, and one a class-of eighteen blind child- cords and riontaxable; (3) :fhe
Dominican. Many.of the Haitian reh ,be now teaches arithmetic,, family -land is divided u .amud..T.
priests, including the 'Very Rev. English gramrnm4r, a b ri d g'e d each puccessiv'e geherati&.4-lo
Roger lDir. of he Cathedral braille, and mus'c. He lays ,the inheritors;; .as the"C- grieratio:is
Staff, were trained here. organ at the school chapel setv- multiply, the .productive ;-..ge.e
In. this rugged, inaccessible ices, also -the, violin and the ac- a.v a i. la-bl Ie for.e a'e i .. ly
land, where a proud -people face cordion, HeI was a- imehmbtr -of shriks.It is virtually imnipsib-
their hunger, disease, and -suffer- the band that appeared on Hai- Je for :the peasants to secure fiew.
ing, ISt. Vincent's Episc'o p a'l ti:s fist.. television show. _He land. ..:. .:A.
.School 'for- the .,Handicapped, un- speaks fluent -Frenchi, English Although, the immediate prbbL
der. the direction .of Sister Joan -and' Spanish. em-here..is the.elief'of hg
Margkret, SSM, is.doing a not-.- '-"Our'-7majbr ai,,"- said Sister' and suffering through iflproFe'a
'able work of-fiuman salvage. The Joan, "is to: get tthe-child back agriciufifral praduqtfon, the .-ldng;i
,school.. currently bas .ott-one iftto. normal society. Twelve eas- -range solutidt .for Haiti.i-.L
tl.d _ed handicapped.cases, one; es .are going 'to regular_.-school. education of a;generatioh: tofio s--
h.umdiied under-nudsid "babies etght.. of -tem: .with braces- d iess and. financiall leaders equ;
and two 'hundred outiatieht anda twoin Wheel chairs. 'A. the age pod-. to .develop their .'wn .eoraQ
orthopedic casc s FrFom Nouve:- of 7-ight, all our -blind childreb nercial enterpres,. to expa
le Touraine, during a .. single start piano -and typing lessons employmentt ae d tpo r.roacd' th
week this year, thirty emaciated and many .of tl( deaf are taking ta-x base: Episcopal -educa irf
children w\vre .brought 'in. -Irr .dancing lessons. : -maig- notable ccntbUit".la'to
some' areas; Sister Joan estim- The-struggle:of-t e C'hurch ag- thIend butthe workset
.tes -the, in ant' morality rate as. aingt- poert,;.illitr cy and voo- ed bY limited buld u;f untd. i
high' as 5',per cent ; doo Is complicated! becas t- a .ho4rtageoft ,hi4
The case histories" 'illustrate --
how the sctiool'helps the-disabled
to become self-supporting. -After :, GIVE YOUf.ROOMS T.
a ioth: atSt. Vincent's,'an-ar :d -
'putee withoutt loWver. : limls', was-. R.US
fitted with artificial libmbs. lie- '-- --
is now back at his trade of tail- "
ring, and earning his own liv-'- .
ing. .Twelv -sin.ifar cases have- '" .'.
been 'fitted with artificial limbs'
and are now. bacl at work. -'
'. child of four, with deform-
ed" igs, had-them both"ampiutat
ed and was, sent to Jamnaica to
'be'fited with ?Xtificial limbs. ile
returned able.to walk,. but theI
dieaf' bb-s:'inC-the school's artif
cial -limb shop did not prove
of the.new legs because hbe could .
not wear shoes and 'ocks with '- ,TWIE aus AS -
them. They made. new braces flAI -jT WIC'I FAST\\ -'
with cork feet. Now 'the 'child ,,-
walks. with sihbes and socks' and- El "OUA WA
long -pants.APLE E@L&EE-*K VIM I
'A blind boy enrolled at the age Aet
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thematics and theology, who im-
|.L mediately .became interested.
"The long and short of it is,'
4 said Pasteur McCormell, "ve
S.-now have a wonderful stift .of
'i'": ght teachers, their wives and
children coming here in October.
I" ': .These teachers .-are more than..
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educationalists; each is a dedi- ist,) and their four children have
cated christian with a sense of passages on the Oranje Nassau
mission, and they are coming of the Royal Netherlafids Lines
here as missionaries and at mis- which sails from Amsterdam. on
sionawry rates of allowances, July 28th. We are hoping that
which are slightly lower than Mr. and Mrs. Rene Zaugg and
that of teachers." Miss Luce Florina will also be
"Mr. and Mrs. Loutan, (the able to come on the same. ship..
latter is an accomplished plan- If they do, the arrival of .thdt
ship here will be an outstanding
event in the missionary annals
of our church a missionary
"--- -----, contingent of 11 persons an'iv-
S' '"" ing together-in Haiti where our
S --" '-" total missionary personnel, lin-
-- -- cluding wives and children, is
now 7.
' '- : "I. a t e r," continued Pasteur
S. McConnell, "the Rev. and Mrs.
S. Decorvet/' and possibly three
children .ill also be arriving..
'Our present missionaries, from
the English Methodist Church
are all Irish, so the arrival of
the Swiss 'invasion' will soon
change that."


CHOICE OF SWISS TEACHERS.
The Pasteur explained that the
choice of Swiss .teachers was a
logical and sound one for apar.
from the fact that French is the
-...Spo-,.^ Swiss' spoken tongue,- Switzer-
SLA.' v -. -.. land's education system and.pe-
S'dagogue is extremely advanced.
e ne P0dladni Store on the corner of Rue To house the influx of :Swiss
S' .' teachers arriving in October Ap-
"i .Fo-'.is ure.ly a "Little Europe" stocked with artnidnts are being uilt one
al o r -: for the headmaster which will
hA '' U'.''ja-e: be sited in a new- winRgon.'ih
2y.':~ :B". -** th.*wprld- emphas- .third floor of the 'rnission house,
S(school). 3-apariments for the
p d duc.d "cLittle Europe" also means Free married couples and .1 for. Miss
.. F, rina ve th .primary. school-.
Phceb '. ese apartments are to be fur-
; :i;. -". :.". '-" '' shedd in modern .style,,.

i ...... *' .. --"After careful, consideration,"
stated Pasteur McConnell this
week, "the Swiss head masters
felt that they ..had, to insist on
: 2 and. a halfto 3 nietres.class-
.-.. .' --room'- "p ce.per"il '-' .T ts ':" -" c ,P e ; i. his-
S. .' means, thatwe are -having to
.- construct a second story, to the
-. :.". .-lold church building and etect,
Svo .additional lassroomsalong-
% ;; .'.:..,. ,, :.. ;.. .2 : Iside' it.-This. wil require an.ad
S.- ... ditional expenditure of- $20,000."'
I-EVERY' FRIDAY NIGHT,- ... .-, The teaching staff from Siit-
ES -RO ID A B.L.'E S- COU SI N S" 'zerland have expressed .the des-
--:'"'- AT ire.,to mak& asf'mcusie:'ias p#s
sible of Haitian products and to'
S"f.l.'fl V W V W ... encourage Haitian industr.v and
in this direction all furrnitire
;' *,'S"S...fl. the---school .is .-to. manuLact-ired,
'.: t *'' '""...... .. ..locally by. the. firm of Albe'rt Q
"t, .,,:..'.,"v -.,': Y ''' Jeant,'. It is possible, stated Pas-
%jN':!'1". ... :-'" "*: teur McConnell, that the furnit--
."Wf-y .... "-: *ire for. the apartments of the
:, ...r te..Je nee.. -teachers, will.:.also. e' niade by
N,., '', ,,A. R-CONbITIOSET- -lpcal manufacturer,
"" The approximate $a0.000 need-,
OR:"R" SftIAW-*GOODS FACTORY d for the construction of Nou-
'"1'"'' 134, Rue du Centre" ')eau' College Birdhas' been, don-
S : ated and lent by the Methodist
"Missionary .Society of London,
S:' Englpnd and relative local con-
PORT-AUVPRINCE, HA"I tributions' have been very gener-
S 'u. Although the Methodist
.' Church has -made no approach
S.. -SHOES HANDBAGS-- HATS '- to the. Haitian Government for'
C D NH P "- contributions towards capital et-
3v TAN "RC'ORDS FRENCH PERFMES pendituire. Pasteur McConnell
S" said that he hoped a -contribd"-
Ex. HAITIAN CERAMICS .-_

S' 1 Water-Heater General Elec-"
S. Box976 Open Every Day tried 6 gallons 110 Volts.
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?tion would be made.
The Swiss "Methodes d'Educa-
tiqn Active" to be u'ed 'in "the
pedagogue of the ndw College
will encourage the pupils to dis-
cover the practices and princip-
les for themselves. This is to
be illustrated in the laboratory
where several thousand dollars
worth of experimental equip-
ment %will enable personal expe-
riments to be made by the chil-
dren.
The Swiss teachers coming to
staff the school in October are,
the Rev. Paul Decorvet, (head
of the senior department.) Mr.
Jean-Louis Loutan, (a teacher
with a remarkable teaching car-
eer behind him who is to head
the primary department,) Mr.
Rene -Zaugg, (Licencie de Let-
tres.) Mr. Louis Berlie, (who has
degrees for Arts, Trades, and:


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the teaching staff. .
And the man behind th"
ing education movement4,
eur' i. 0. McConnell wa
in County Cork', Ireland
spent his youth in the b
northern-city of Belfast. i
educated at the Methodis i
ege, and on leaving',entere
insurance business, becorni
Associate of, the Clharterec
urance Institute, (ACII,)
he remained for seven yeaj
1927 he became interested
Missionary Work and in 19&
spbnt a 3elar as a-Lay Evi
ist. 4
In, 1928 Rev. McConneu
came a junior minister aM
Woodvale Methodist Chur.
Belfast, Ireland where he s
for two. years..before entermi
Edgehill Theological Colleg
Queens .University in 1930. Ji


Science,) and Miss Luce Fiorina here that he-studied an dsp
who holds a degree in Science, ized in the international 7
and Social Economics.) In addi- ethics system. '
tion to these teacher) three of Pasteur McConnell c a.nt
the wives will also help out on. (Continued on pag;




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I IN HAITI THIS WEK WEDDING FOR -
,_.... "fr" ep u ) ELIZABETH MAC
.miwn anid the Coubtryside. The group headed- y Dr. JAMES 'A recepton wagiven by Mr.I
tra ..veling with wife; incid.ed "many prominent and Mrs. -Charles I. 'Mac Neil
from California .nd. Wisconsin: including .Dr. WALTER at their Place Boyer home on
LETON,. of Long Beach, Califoraia, his, wife MARGARET Friday evening to announce the
ghter, CLAUDIA; a. student of Lopg., Beanch State. College, engagement .of their daughter,
'in- ElementlaryFdiucaton; Dr. ARTHUR G. DOWNING,- EUzabetir'Frost Mac Neil, to Lt.
Rolit -ffagerman Tripp, -son of
'Stat6 ExeiutlV'e. i:iwffe DOROTHY and daughter'MA- Brigadier Geheral and Mrs. Ro-
Jrc" iLong Beach, oCalrnia; Contractor ROY MELINDER,;, yert C. Tripp of Fort Mason, Ca-
.GA.,AIETA. daughters KATHERINE :.and SYDELLE lifornia. The wedding will take
iTE RRY. from BurbanK, California;. Mr.-DWIGHT.-ING- place in the summer -of 1961.'
if and daughteri-SUZIE from -Wisconsin. They 'stayed
rninera.'9' Hot6l. .. -, NEW HEALTH
i.era .otel. E" SERVICE DIRECTOR'
teat .-ell" 'JANINE MICHELE CICUREI a Broadway A ceremony was held on Thur-.
'and songtress. of French ;'haissance" flew d wn here. this sday morning to install the new
r joain her friend Geologist BEN BARROW from Houston, Director General of the Public
I4They are staying at the Oloffson .: ... .. Healt :Serice, Dr. Cynaque
Mode. The ceremony, took -place
t -the Girgetb-ead Palaace are Importer WALTER NILS- a the 'Departmefintof Public'
"rox MKobile Alabnia. and attractive blonde GLADYES, Health and Poulatio.
L, a.,City Ticket Manager for the Bonanza in Phoenik, Dr. Mode replaces' Dr. Jean-.
"' .. not Cadet who- resigned from his
tvisante" ANITA MEINBERG arrived this week with her position last week. -
f'rom:Haxnover, Germany. She will spend the summer A..LEX FLAMBERT
onis. ;fthAD.J .sICH. -. ATTEND COLLEGE
-,da! ROSITA JANE:,accompaniedby Mrs LILY BIGOTT, IN SWITZERLAND.
'ite to Venezuela for two weeks said Hello to her Haitian Haitian businessman' RAymond
friend GINETTE ASSALL -Rosita who is from Puerto Rico Flamhbert, Vice' Presidelit 'of
~', spend a- few dys wit..Giu.ett.next month. She speaks Charles Dejean- a.nd' CompanY,
.-- ih : '" *;*; ... : flew.to New York on Thursday
l, -English and Sphish, of course. in compaiiy with his. son Alex...
eal Manageir of the, Iptenational Casino JACK FRIEDLAN- 'Alex wil fly to Paris and then
*s::back .fter fog rays in.iami. He Was accompanied by' Gnieva'where he is enrolled in'
stte, VIRGINIA-NI.OLS, an" Entertainer and silver, blonde, a? Swiss Junior College. It is ex-
e" ROSE ARIE'-ELANIGA pected that Alex will spend five
':* i RS lA:*y. years in Switzelanid Up to his
ss GLORIA (ORBLEY,-a nuse" from Ne York will spend cy eSin t-tclSsicad setiooling.
,ys here as gpestrof t"-RENE rDECAS.TRO, Ave. Christophe. Rayimond Flambert expects
YTHOMAS S. Bt:Ofro.mD :Ml.i id, Pa arrived here.this week to return to Port au Prince' in
'.. .: (Voainued joi. page .20) 110 days.



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sumptu;ousgreen ca ke by the ,mAage zit. ,,, the i.. .
Mis ting msbellWodst he-Ba ofNe York Cegation, erouted by..
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in earlyJuly,at the.invitation of the.tGei-man--Goverrnmen'it'

Elizabeth Heraux, daught 6 otSans i Soc p o

atSnrundy,.near.,;a.ri.,~47Stue j. at athe .ighq "l tscbqoi StW
tword' years 'Eliezabeti Teturned.-h6me o'M -ThurSday t. lwe
o-iFriday hios teda fy f6' dr' .hero HK'fi'.iaiad errcafrfi
.Kitty. Baer departed Port au. Pin.e thi)week byPanan)a
for- a. fortnight's, holjday... ile- Epbhinse: D.uqu.et: i
a .South. Carolina =camp ;for.two.- months... A-second-ichild4is
born'ito'lPAA,; dhiet-mechanica.nd MrA'Bill'- n:ishiiTlhe' ea
tal w'a alovely'girl, 'rL- ie hazhed" N'ancEy' i4,eth. ':&)"M
passengers_ Miami b6 on' Pn "Am fli'gt>'34 "We'e 'a4"
Mrs. Burt Schrewsbury, wife of the Electric Company:'di
*kd local-.bdsinessmIan Heow!'Sendral.., Dold. ...e.WN
(hief with 15 years service, originally from Wisconsi and
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SExhausted Country... r
-.. --(Continued from page 3) human and dignified way. of the economic and technical led
jonafly agree that my efforts Be it the establishment of d program of Assistance in a co- ise
Ilhaye not been successful yet. policy of austerity to reach fi- operation not synonymous tions
<-.. I have emphasized more than' nancial stability according to the with subordination. econ,
piiue the stAte in which I assum- International Monetary Fund, po- Lip till now we have elfectiv- co"n
- the dire tion:.of.:the country. loy -accepted with its train of ely received only the insufficient But,
The whole, economic, structure sad budgetary cuts, of restric- loan of four million three hund- goven
.had 'collapsed. The criminal di- lions of credit, of freezing of red thousand dollars for the Ar- been
',Ir.pidation of the dollar reserves salaries, of suppression of con, tibonite and the integrated pro- encoi
lrj the military dictatorship of trol of importations, and all the gram of the Pote Cole in the ions,
'0 to .56 mixed with the corr- contradictions of s u c h policies North. The nation is .exhausted, and
,ed- and timorous respdnsibi- with 'that of economic develop- the people are exhausted. The Fo
iltles of the institution which had meant absolutely necessary and masses are not satisfied with of g(
to '#utrd it; the Hurricane Ha- urgent; be it the 'adoption of a their standards of living. The ing
0e1 of Odtober 1954 not under- revision of fiscal charges, (in :state is forced to interfere by cruce
t.iiated but nevei evaluated in' view of their more equitable re- the push of the political demo- and
:;1lonig range economic conse-. partition; be it -the elaboration cracy, although it knows .hat been
Bieiices -- are the major causes and the levying of new taxes; any honest intervention require terna
,fAtbe collapsing and of the per- all these measures participate to ed from it to help-the wuderpri- the
silitence of the effects, the national will to accept sa- vikeged will be condemned by say a
-- erifieds in order to be unders- the privileged ones, and the gov- the t
stralglitening uit is. possible tood and helped. ermnent, because it is acti e, ing
withe stubborn labor of -will be said to be anti-democra- que i
ad the retaliation of the "THE NATION IS tic. ended
,sibU.tles of saving oneself by EXHAUSTED" mass
tie'. own efforts, at any price, The government, most cons- We are at the limit of the
*C.tid'.ie tetial and human oious of its high responsibilities, tinie of sacrifices. We are break-
l!bso .my, people- and of its has geared the acceptance- and ing; think that only for your
ytineht,-:4 solidarity, .to co- the-pursuit of all these sacrifices little 'land -of Jacmel, the gov-
'Yn'bC.m.nactual interna- in the hope that there w would' ernment had to .wail thirty-three
.itemflgpVndance; the. ans- follbw a boost to the economy months before giving you, from
etir! ..hem Is just what -iy an injections fresh dollars the large number of your- needs.
umitatini a in works of planifMed l-tfrastru- this wharf which we have just .--.
,h h itailf lhe Souitenri i- Inaugurated today., In -spite of
r i' ernineit, and -L roads, a .modern ai tPrt your evident joy, I am still un- -
V're oluselves works, hydro-electric :plants,. .su- satisfied for you, for the whole
etrifice to plants irri tin proets,, country, and. for my people who.
elto- e if a together with an increase are waiting, waiting. .with con- .
: fidence.. I am asking. you, .peop-.
le of Jaemel.-and.itf surrounding,
parishes, to. have equal patience
S" '- .. nd-onfidence for, your Lyceum,
S: for your road _and .for eyery-
thing that you deserve because
'.i youi- faith in the revolutionri.
.i oSeptember 2, 1957. .


"nn. ..- .. .-. .-DIF F I- ,LT EW
... -- > My talk this morning could. go
RE ENTS o beyond the traditional length '
...of a message, wanting ask



b.... a4m clies, but armed of steady T-st
-.... r 4 c-'--ourage-and of the will of chain-
8 uNweeteed oooate ited) ig such a state of life, not
T;:^"* ^r t'_^Vi 1 A o an impossible paradisee, but -
.7.. AU.ICS% ".. bito a state of uman life with
"Y"4.,2 l". e tndltions-riwvor,ile.-to ie hi -
Ct Strnent of. thei0 s it.on -of !.e4 ?Th
9- p hortening 4 >siecies. o retaill i -ilt'atal 'o -
Ies. .re ha... ..
,,I.,h: : ave had no thoughts of wak-
-' es, health, or pride.

It is honestly, that.in thc tiopie
S of a rank and loyal friendship
4, % Ibtween the Haitian goverannin:,
NO r3." !,the Haltian people and the Ame-
V 4- -- ';ric government and the Are-
-" ri. cnan people; in the hope of a
anoe hand or test .proof colhiboration, of' an:
Sa strokes by h o effective and wide cooperation in'
e .medi )p. order to help lie H.aitian., nAtion
i'W bding ready: to- par c ipate ini
A beat. '- all destinies of the United States
% i.. T ... c i particular, and ofithe contin-
e4ot in general, and in order to
vaa. -- prevent the collapsing of the
&RIM" 'Haitian democracy in hate and
".- 'int wrath, thatI geared all t!e
political a f-economi mention of
300 strokes by hand or 2 minutes in niixer Wolcno e cn-o
mxr go erimeiontemo ra-I
.t epprt-tflir_iIneighbor

&W-4o if e 8" layer pans. p --
: 80 minutes at:350 degrees F ulised to offer to any other
W -wit ur your choice of frostenings. ._ t.-_-.-a ... t..
00 000 oos oo o G 0 vnment."Ii 2 rhlt6affli the Araie-
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n capital to develop the edo-
y of the country. I have cal-
American technic to organ-
and re-organise the institu-
of my -country; to their
omy, my underdevel o p e d
try is still a sure market.
for 'thirty-three months my
rnment and its people hare
living on promises, smiles,
uragements, recommendat-
hesitations, siow waiting,
incomprehensions.
r thirty-three months, tafull
ood and firm will of break-
this. vice choking a nation.
fied by economic misery
its consequences, I .have
invoking the economic in-
ational interdependance and
solidarity of the people -to
and to make understood that
economy of the country, be--
ollapsed, cannot by-its uni-
internal efforts be straight-
and revived. We need a
ive injection of money to


reset the country a ot,
injection can only coming
the great and capable fri
the United States. It .caa.
in different ways; generoli
for American security'
term loans, technical and
omic assistance4 private -
ments etc., etc. Have madj
position clear, conscious. o-
-responsibilities as a leader
political acts whose.-inspi
and goals were supra-nata
Tvo great poles of, attras
(one-situated in the Newl
the other.in old Europe.)
groups 'of peoples and,- a
iuois 'jf counties. to a.- pi
.::go during which they-.-'al
lose some pieces 'of thel
aniid lacerations of the solid
the looks are. converging
warls.them that seem to,.:
want -to be, the only ,sovej
having to talk and to m'
visions in the name of hui-
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:A. the collapsing of ftp economic duty .nIust lift all the genera
structure of our country our nn- tions, present and .future, 'in:a
.. .. .. "" '-'; der-development, pour. financial der not to get to the concsi
misery, our social division, our that recorded experelfe, If
nued Ifrom page 18) whole, analyse the coning, to deepening doubt and anmetly politico) dou.S loriio, O all hat2hd to ,go on with theele
y- of.Iife. Obsqaving -.and-defe an atie that settle fullof anguish in maintained by the dark ignor.- and 'the nation .in the e iose
such an interato hich is us e ar re pi of the nation ance of our masses joinedd to conditions,: would be. for .th
| tt ,in .the areaof .in. stead. of being.. harmful and there is danger.the lack of compreheplon and .that.of a.life frustrated even
l Interdepend a noe, weakening to the great neigh- To face and conquer t hard of human sold ty thope who the ,drhardms that the great
-e.le of the new rd-. bor; when this small power gets times that areo Imposed .on by should and could assist u In fathies had' invited the
,. of the problems of : 'i a' large nxeanure because of our dre id .
tweenpeoples 's.bi.. TYPICAL TROPICAL TRAMP fidelity to attitudes and- positi- For, let ua reteinber'a it 'i
.lya fiier -.. we ANGELL .TO BE HONORED ons, of our franknss:'fo. face Haitian- revolution. of t,1 .whin:w
Il .g rotund to make a and conqupr the hard times, just mnst:1g9 on,-meant the burs
,........ .. The' late Jirmy Angel, one ,of hid swampy terrain and the by ourselves and.. only by.otr. of the.e~xageratedand buld1'$
.l-.LO.THE ,: :.the insatiable ,tropical ,travellers wheels of his small-plane sank lves, if we have to; all men,. proportion of a world "fpor
l (RU1IST HEAD and -:discoverer 61 the: world's so'deep takeoff was impossible: all women, all students, all uni- and. of a world of rich in: whM
us little people-situated, highest waterfall, will. be honor- It was also impossible, as soon versltarlans, all young sdeAts k' rumbled writh',; 'not'h
a'st';of' the -Americas, in ed on July 4 in Venezuela, site learned by the trio, to reach the all children of-the Haitian- conU' preludes of. wrecKage and dirasti
.bheapa.area,i-an area de; o4 the '3,212-foot-high Angell faLls. :By radio they contacted a tiy must give the best or their er.
by.an' American.,writer. Fals l' .. .fourth -partner back at their thoughts, oQf- their: hearts, of I, am awaiting you, people
%"Communism has es- In 1935 the American prospec- camp some 150 miles away, but their- souls and of their energ- Jaemel, Cayes-Jacmel. MIiar
d etrsof-.infection,tori andWorld War, Ifier disco- aerial rescue parties could not les to say' no '- and stop the Binet, Peiedeau. of a'V
,are i-theiwlis as vered the fantastic, cataract find the stranded- party .in the fite of abjection and utti, de-: nd' otMarbialand'of t i lthe
r-the American security while 'searching for gold. On; vast' patchwork of rdvines 'and struction to' 'whichli we 'would parishes and rural seeoit1
S:'Caribbean." For us, July 4 his wife, Maria, will scat- saw-toothed ridges. seem to have to be condemned, am awaiting you. Haitian peopliA
people, -builders of ter the -flier's ashes over the, Two Weeks later, the two men no, .. in your decision' of cotlectieq..
n 'c:eatoiMf f' lIberty and' arda where.he-landed .his single and Maria Angel dragged 'them- The real leap forward of p-, ,fort to save yourselves. As l.
ance'.ambitious "of cii- engine plane. Together with Cap-. selves into the camp, their boots triotism and sense of national mysel, I am ready.
/to i'tli6i Be'if man "in tain Marvin GG. Gngsby, (head in shreds ,their clothes in tatt- ". .
imh aind'fital 'dlinity; we of the Jingle-Pilots.Association), ers and their bodies a mass of "'-. ." ..-...... ......... ': .'
hosen Il ebty. We waint i and- Venezuelan government oft- cuts and bruises.- -:-I' '-i 4
, 'eternal fr 'the Haitiah i'ials, she -will also lay the first Jimmy Angel finally did find "
id al .'men in a'phild0- stone of a. monument ",'honoring a goldmine in Costa Rica which '' '- ...
relations. and actions at the waterfall's discover. turned out to be modestly pro-,' 1 .d:
vre of their weUl-beng. 'Angel's' small .plahe became fitable. He died on.:December
.'",icain take care of' it. mired in soggy terrain when he 8, 1956 in Panan1K '-the victim '
econviitlon. it jded: on the' flat top of the of a stroke. ; : "
eve .we lhi d- mountain, Auyan-tepui, fro Five Caribbean cruises are to
[ways think, th W n"-iteed which the tnagnificent falls cas- be made by the'. passenger lin1-
Sconditions arabi cade. This was .-in 1937 during 'ers Berlin an'd Brefmen from New "
emocrcy, and 6s.third. flight to the remove York between. December and
ons that re'conete area. The- plane -used by AngeL tarch it was 'announced by the
.t .... ;. on :thar'epic flight is now being North German' Lloyd Shipping
e direction o .il&by t abptip OGrigsby and Compy nyon Satuk'day last.
1 and remained faithfu Will-b' flown flitt..to..Caracas, .-. '- .
imanistic disciplines; hfe Venezuelan capital, and the- The.lines 18,600-ton Berlin is-
S o-how to" recognize to Washington for presentation scheduled to leave New York.n .
preela the 6liarges 'a"n fo : the.. Smithsonian',-.Institute Decembe 20th on a .'14-day voy-
aity of the diffiques t where planes. that marked many age to the West Indies. Flagship
it power assumes .with the such epic flights' now repose in of the North Germari Lloyd fleet, '* N .,,
i b6inty of,.a.--. o. ,! L ., .. .. ....
Wiillty aof liiershi. Ha- commemoration., the 30,447-ton Bremen, has been
l.,uear and precise notion 'Travelling by Pan Ame n scheduled., for. a series of four CORDLESS ,RANSITOR TABLE ..',. ", i
sharpens then all my re- World Airways, Mrs. Angel and cruises with seilings on Jan 14, MODEL i
Sof anxiety and' dloibt her two sons, James Jr., and Jan. 30, Feb. 14 and March 2. Operates for Months on '-:0
oined to yours. which are Ronald, wi!l be accompanied by The third Bremen cruises is a FLASHLIGHT BAT RIES
legitiniate Haitian people, Captain GLigsLy 0.1 Lie trip om fifteen-day cruise and' the other isa Bn Alu T Iree
:t seems that incompre- .Los Angeles to Caracas. three are of fourteen day dura- .- i PFpThe .,...... -, .:
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to the great and useful accompanied by::'. i iife,. and For ,the Bremen's Christmas- --CONTINUOUS TONEGC NTROL
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IN HAITI THTS WEEK A-
t I Ms wife HELEN, daughter SARA 20, and sons THOMAS Jr. T
-and Harry 12. They are guests at the El Rancho A A. 4 e-
kttorney JOSEPH J. HIGGINS, Personal Aide to U.S.- Senator
LLIAMS and his actress. wife EILEN from New Jersey are (ContinUied from page mon the- evidence for the prose-
teeit guests at the El Rancho. section Fern Baguidy, current cufion of two ex-Bmbassy empl-
[oriorary Consul of Haiti in Israel NATAN ABRAMOVITZ and Minister-Counsellor of the Was- oyees one -'f whom is now in
d Iington Embassy. It was-reiter- Afrca; the other in exile.
beautiful artist wife MIRTZA are back here. Mirtza has shown ated that S. Devieux had info- -
New York, some of her paintings which depict finely and auth- rmed on A. -Toussaint, IaTdlii'g 'To this'request a defense lawiryer
ically, the Haitian life. him as an active. agent rf the jumped to his- feet exclaiming,
)LGA WIENER SILVERA and ANNIE BORNO came back this exiled political leader Daniel TYi- "This poor innocent-accused has
e from a short trip abroad -. gnole in New York: 11 t was De- Ialready been Held in prison for
o were ANTHONY DROUIN and Engineer HARRY TIPPEN- vieux who was instrumental in the past two-and-a-half years."
o ere ANTHONY DR.IN and Engineer HARRY bring about Toussaint's recall. 'fhe:.-request for postponement.
IZR' :. Friday's trial sitting could was. over ruled 'bv the presiding
)r. SANTIAGO. REGNIES, a. Lab Technician is the World Health more aptly have been termed a' judge. -
anzatiomn- (OMS) -here for a year. He is staying at the Doux "performance' as excited spec- ,
our Hotel. tators crammed, and. shoved Witnesses heard. during the
according to an agreement between ROBERT BAUSSAN Presi- their way into every last inch .of iingthy trial were Fern Bagui-
i the uespace. Thsland Ib Beac and Rose unable to find obtned. special Presid-
r.ot the Compagnie 4'.dAutobus, two busses will leave th.e Col-k loor spacer "i. and at all'the. fm- his. Washington post, Col;
us- Pier.every, day, one at 9:00 am and another- one at. 10am, windows .and: steps and even to ien ,Valyille,.aformer. Junta
ael-:passengers.-to the: Beach and will be back at 4 and 5pm within inches of the. judge's Gbvermnnet member and Milli-
^agreemient willblecome effective on July 3. .beoch. During the first.Otwo sit. t'Y .Attaahe ,former Embassy
tings, tall-day Friday. till-11pm. -Sjcretary.-Roland- Demdme, and-
r:SASSERKWATSON, a dentist from Pahokee, Fla, is a current and from 10am o .t:3pmt, S11 O1LS- c Roland.Desulme. and-
t at the Crl H land from 10am o .A:3ie pm, Sata O l S Charge-.. d'Affair Gustave.
st- at the Vill9u Creo1e Hotel.-____ urday,) the audience was easily Blorno -r a.w itn ess with.
won over to the .side of. the ac- e er igestulating hands-and fine,
te g AI A-Esed and full-voiced declatE- d p-svoIced -Yves Auguste who
r:troupe, (at the age. of 21,) Prodigal Son. Symphony in C, ions from the aecused!s line. up rAe out:.five-,years, at the- Wash-
-has also been ballet master and. new versions of the famous f& lawyers bought whole-hearted ton Embassy.. and: is now in
the Royal Theatre at GGaw aidShik i..ballets Swan Lake. applause .from the audience,. a business in Petit-Goave
Me' Lapestaged ballets hos which bore more resemble. joussaint's. attery of defense
-~f aB t aa- cnbt. Amusicals.haud- once. to satirical. performance l ers are AntonoVieux,. ,
.f .Jlet-p.> -:in~Q:ps and I nam han'a sombre murder trial. b.rt Lc~ros -Edouard Cassagnol
Sl g e fatousmast- vgny Vaugbues, E.-Jn-fLonis
anbeen- a The second day saw- d Paul Cauvim .Th 12 mem
.f4.ime to g b t~ tae aion from. pure edlem..to pr- e o the jry areDumas A
d urre!vt-t-1 s derly seating ...and comparitive, d -Charles Bartheemy. M a
Cl 4uite. ThePoiceld. not fnd ald u Coatar Mrne Eddo-
-necessary during-,Saturdays u Craan, Emmanudl Wallon,
Sroceedings to, resort. to, falqng seph. Beauboeuft- Fritz Pail.
df-"cocomacaques" and even the e Joseph Douge, Hanius Lara-
lobudspeaker systemfunctioned in g .Louis Toussaint and Lu-
innoe orderly fashion than,, the cien. Thebaud. Victor, Pierre
day prev..i.usly..,Dun theefar- NNoel and-Louis T ny.fosm a- sup-
1 g of eiden,,onA-;the first .day plement to the .jury. -
S" the Partie.Civile d .Proces, Mr.
;.'r: ile Gaboton. asked. that, the -. Normally trials here -cortiniue
I:'i:-.rTI'S -O DO 'N" STORE j 'al be held. up in order to sum-. to, the,bitter end b't Toussainl's
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ceasation was called for a
Iby-defense lawyer. Edouari
sagnol on FriMday i'ghL',
ay-- f rom 10am-,,to-, 1'30.|
jury listened .to the evide
Gustave B6no-:and .Yeg
te; -this was folowed.by-';.
jmu'nmen ti n 5pm last.
/(s one spectator put .it-t
can sum' thi- trial- up
second burial of SaUieM
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