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Haiti sun ( July 10, 1960 )

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Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: July 10, 1960

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00270

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: July 10, 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: AA00015023:00270

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI Avenue Marie-Jeanne CITE DUMARSAIS ESTIME -Phone: 2061 VOL X1! JULY 10TH, 1960 No. 34 .'


S.S.PlansNew Aid To


Constant
Ignites Senate
Fireworks

Once again Senator Victor N.
vers Constant has generated
Senate explosion this time witl
two propositions which, acconi
panied by the resulting turor
were published in Le Matin Fri
A, day this week.
The following i, a translation
of the Le Matin's observation o
Senator Constant's reply to "qu
estions of general interest" and
his presented proposals which
Provoked "animated debate" ac.
cording to Le Matin:
First proposition presented by
3enator Constant was, becausec
of the extremely difficult situa-
Lion through which the HaitielA
Nation is going, considering that
it matters to protect the nation
l saving and to favor the ;n-
vesting of Haitian capital, con-
sidering that many, millions of
dollars coming from the ;we At
"bf' fHitim tfe#reiijge in forogn
land" and contributing to am-
,(Continued on page 10)
SElsa Armand models one of the .new style 2-ply cotton Undesirable
i ,dresses which. have received wide acclaim -in ait andUndeirable
ad. La Belte Creole are the exclusive agents.
Frenchmen Deported


HLatest Haitian Modes


here is no product more auth-
cally Haitian, in its color and
mission of the country's per-
Bty, than the new Elsa Ar-
dresses made from the ex-
,'tLes Tissus Armand'.' cot-
b!ric.
. exclusively in Haiti by
Bel.e Creole these original
..aimng dresses are Haitian
r.lber to finish. Inspired by
lush color and> styled
Sthe' "sack" garment of
cbff,'s "Marchands," the 2-
0tohton materialled dresses
created to follow the fabric's
pniality and the personality


Sinese Legation To
Established Here
-'Haiti for the past fortnight
ig ground work for the est-
shment here of Chinese di-
iatic representation has been
.lTsung-Yao Kwei, Consul at
nationalist China Embassy
_vana, Cuba.
is the last post for us,"
Kwei, a native of
c China, this week, expl-
that his country has re-
Etagti ih all other Latin
ean countries barring Hai-
:'(Continued on page 17)


of the wearer, whether she be
of exhuberant or simple taste.
The fabric chosen for the Elsa
Armand creations is all hand-
(Continued on page 20)
1


Sited as "undesirable" by a
presidential 'decree signed at the
National Palace on June 30 were
Marcel Vive and Emile Weber
de Fourcault, t wo Frenchmen,
who have been ordered to be
reportedd.
(Continued on page 17)


PAA JET CONFLAB
WOLLIN TALKS TO PRESS
Despite the transition from prop to jet propelled aircraft sched-
uled for early 1961 Haiti will not be stranded without an air
service. Mr. Roger Wollin, Pan American's Latin Division Pubh-
rity Chief, made the promise, speaking at a press conference held
in the El Rancho Hotel Tuesday evening.
STILL AIR SERVICE FOR HAl that meanwhile Pan American
Wollin expressed alarm over will continue to serve the island
recent newspaper reports citing and give it all the air service it
Hotelier Ben Shindler's address needs as. long as possible."
to the Club International de
Commerce in which he stated. OBVIOUS FATE
"Haiti's position in the tourist "It takes no aviation experts
industry is critical and hangs or technician; to comprehend
in the balance. We have been the ffile of Haiti's tourist indus-
officially advised by Pan Aine try if all her competing Caribb-
rican Airways that just as quick- ean neighbors have jet airports
ly as they receive a delivery and Haiti doesn't."
of jets which will be within I


the next few months they will
discontinue operating piston eng-
ine planes which now connect
Haiti with the outside world."
"Haiti's need for a jet airport
is obvious," stated Mr. Wollin
commenting on Ben Shindlet's
speech, "but I want to point out


Following Mr. Wollin's prom-
ise of "air support" for Haiti Ben
Shindler asked him just how long
PAA could keep up a pisopn pla-
ne service as he had been told
by Pan American officials. dur-
ing a recent trip to New York,
(Continued on page 161


Latin


Ike To Confer With

Herter On New

.Ambitious Program
a
h The United States has decided The temporary White Hou
to undertake a new and ambiti- Newport, R. I., disclosed th.
* ous program of economic assist- neral outline today. It was
" ance to Latin America to count- pected here that the Pres
er the Communuist economic would give full details of
n and propaganda offensive in the new approach to closer
f Western Hemisphere according American cooperation next
- to the lead article in the New after conferences with his
York Times Saturday. advisers.
The program stated AJilliam Similar to Marshall Pla
J. Jorden writing from Washing. The new program, along
ton has been given priority in lines of the Marshall Plan
the Administration, and Presid- European recovery, will be
ent Eisenhower has assumed the signed to demonstrate cle
lead in advancing the proposal. the advantages of cooper
with the West world as opp
EXODUS TO aidthe Communists, sources

BAHAM AS It is hoped that. the new
Sgram will .discourage any o
-- Latin-American country 1
STRIKES. NATIONAL following the .path. broken
DIGNITY. org ,fe Ofdel sat -th
Mass exodus to neighboring Soviet bloc.
Caribbean Islands by Haitians, Il, view of what the Pr si
thought to be in the main from has called Cuba's "deliba
the Noithwest, has reached 'al- campaign of hostility against
arming proportions" according United States," Cuba is to
to the "Nassau Herald" of June excluded from the new ass
29th. ance program.
Illegal as the mass "migrat- It is hoped, informants a
ion" is the movement is not that the development progi
new and was bought before the will be sufficiently effective
public by the Le Matin in an convince the Cuban people i
editorial well over a year ago perhaps the Castro regime t
that urged that the public pow- it has been. in error in its p
ers be on the elert and clamp cies.
down on those transgressing. It was learned heMp that
An upsurge in the number of program had, been under stu
Haiitans leaving this country for some time. But there v
(Continued on page 20) (Continued on page


Multi-skilled


Italian Artist Galliano


Andre Galliano. proprietor of the Salon des Arts and master crafts-
, man sits before one of his geometric painting. (see story on page 3)


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SIIn Haiti This Week


AS RECOUNTED

BY

j AUBELIN JOLICOEUR

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Americans away trom home never had a ni r. u uo:'ah'e -lli
:' of July celebration than the one held at El Rancho Monday nimit
. Whim of fate, "tres nmdependante" Muriel Shindler, [he "Patronne"
celebrates her birthday on the ith also. She invited all the gie;',ts
'to celebrate with her both her birthday and the U.S. Independence
Day. At the Bar drinks were served free..A large party of Haitit.mn
' girls and Haitian couples brought a local atmosphere to the cro vi
,The m.sui provided by Edner Guignard and ius oiehestra has
I~ never ceen so captivating. It all inspired rantic jo,'.
- Elizabeth Pola Noustas. "sweet and twenty", is now fully a'\,"
s,-`.that "youth is something which will not endure." Ebeth ,hi-ser
birthday is July 5 started celebrating it at El Rancho Mond_.2
eightigh t in an atmosphere of unparalleled joy. Her party mcludedl
t '.holy Mera, her guest from Puerto Rico, Najelah Hakime. Benn:,
r.N-Tgaumann, Butch Ashton and Ti-Ge Chancy of Olivetti.

Yoinng and capable Dr. Victor Laroche arrived here Inst c.eke
aDter two years of specialised studies at Columbia Uiuversityr
.' tMedical Centeri and some other important U.S. Unnversities si.chi
.uas Cornell University iN.Y. Hospital. New York University iBel-
A-levue Hospital. He has received lus Master of Public Health and
"i as been entitled Specialist in Tropical Medicine and Preventixe
I'Medicine. Dr. Laroche is now a f ,Member of the Ameirican Public
,Health Association and Member of the Civil Defense Corps State
--;;.of Michgan.-,Lef ushope.that tire Hraitian Public ilealth.Depart-
'tient wll-i,etaliJshwitCh' the..nelp of Dr. Laroche a division of
i TroRicat.:nd. PreventiVe Medicine.in Haiti. as it exists so efficiea.i-
.: ly la .'Pueoto R.co to prevent endemic diseases such as typhoid
"ands1nal. pox. Dr. LaroRhe wad preceeed here last weed- by his
-i.feP aialette, Secretary of their Permanent Mission of Haiti in
.- ONU r'id le ember of the Haitmia Delegation at the XIV Session
P' of this-.rgariization.

V A more avid or accomplished trio of Meringue exponents than
-i.'Marjorie Mowl, Suzie Martin and Mary Middleton, three pretty
%isilors froom Washington, D.C., would be hard to find on the
Island. Local members of the HPBA expressed incredulity at e
girls' tireless energy which, word has it is to be exercised d on
0 'n-other visit next Mardi Gras. Marjorie works as a research analstr
i'r -the -American Council on Education in aWslungton, Mary
J iches school antd Suzie is a nousewde.
.Un .group of eleven from the Young Men Catholic Associatiore
t-MCAl of Boston arrived herr la-st Thursday for five days at the <
q. hotel l Villa Creole. The.party led by Aliss Elaine M. Plulfips A:s-
-'istnt -.dult -Program Director was in a recreational and 'd'-
icarionad -"otuin the-Caribbean including Jamaica. Haiti, Domiiiiu.
can -Republic, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. YMCA is ;in In.
ter natiopal..organmzation .\whose tlic members aun. to meet pjpeoe
o:..';a personal base. Miss.,Phillips hopes that this tlur.i' the ILrst
S.of several others,. '

American Wvriter nl.- n Sack from New York City arrived IerI'P
this week for .three months to finish his fourth book elitaled
WI-HAT AUNT IDA SAW 'IN RUSSIA. John who is onl 30O has
wrillen THE BUTCHER (about the climbing of Matxtains in
Pf'u published in 1952, FROM HERE TO. SHiIMBASlil (nbo'i
.hi' service in the U.S. Army in Korea) published in 195, REPO!;l"
.: FROM PRACTICALLY NOWHERE about his tour aroirnd L'(
world). published in 1959. He writes also about humour ar.d Tra' e!
for American Magazines such as The New Yorker. Holiday ,,
quire and Playboy. After two days down at tie Grand Hote: Ooff-
;.-.son he moved to the Chatelet de la Montagne Noire.
Beautiful and lively blonde Jane Mason flew here last Saturday
f:,...Irom Dominican Republic en route to Caracas. Jane said that
she's a movie actress from Paris and that she has played in Les
: Bonnes Femmes, "Crack in a Mirror" with Olson Wells and that
&.he Aas sharing the leading parls wilh the Brasiliarn actor Ca'ios


Salgado in "The Changing Tides" which is being produced pi "
Kolimar Productions in Puerto Rico. Jane got here v. ihout res-
ervation for Haiti or a visa for Venezuela. She stayed here till she
could get a visa for Caracas. The movie actress was look!i;i ''.
,or -"in homme",n sih saaid SILtrd:;y' night iat Ihe Casino "VWI> a i'
headake to the gaf'nblers ni the il.de- she .'as playing FBlac; J ,cir
i1i gLI'nst the ll mieni:fir, principles \While the Gleek Pulosopti.,
DiOgene- called the CO.nical weint by. tL:; sirlet i- .\lienls one d i:,
b', noon tini v. ith a ilim p I'aniernc) a,_ i a ?ljn. .rii- w. L
toiu-ed the Choticoune's fLoor ten times .:ti rd;:_ , ght '..Ith d'L .LI
glasses on ioolang lor hers. She iia:- [found Iher Ma:L in a Hi tia.
-hIe ha.s inet Sunday e,'eniig and tlie next i s she C;,e-cl..d o d .
from her hotil to join him in his horn. in Pet,orn'ille.
Miss Ruth Le'\, an airtit of the Grtaphic Deparini-.:l t thi 1
i.P spent cifivet dlas hcre this reek. Sthe was guess. at 1:1' O.o[l:
Miss Claire Pteiler of tlhe air department of the Pets, i--Lild -
see- Tiavel Service ne of St. Petersburg, Fla was g'-cst at : i A
Montana for two da.s thJs \cek.


Teachers Charlene Dittrnar and Kay Veers from Wiscon.n ia.
It\ed here Tuseday rented a car the next day and clrovr- thern el..-
to the Cap and the Citadel. The:' are current guests at t'. M..:,-
lana.

Mii-r. Se'den and Linda Sn.dclr are definitely two PR EXlenird
"r.r Hatil in N'ew York Back in the U S. those two Exeec it ics
'.ill certainly claim that Haiti is the Land of the Joie de Vil re
They were taken under die good cares of Albert Silvera and
David Talamas. When David switched to' Betty Jeair Zir-iac
',ho arrited T'l-esday with 11ariann'e G.ordanni for a three weC.-
.-_,ojoiun i L Choucoune Pi:rre D'Adesk. of the IKyona Beach \cia
available lor lo'.ely blonde Linda. Mira and Linda were 'ggues s
at the El Rancho.
Peter Doty and William Rios, Accountancy Consultants for PRICE
WATERIIUUSE & CO iegretfully tMink of leading -Haiti Ihis week-
nild with their mission accomplished at'La Belle Creuol. They
have spent about a month here.
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Multi-Gifted Italian Artist Galliano


,."Jark of all trades" and master of them nil is 51-year-
|re GaIllano, italian horn Director if the Salon deb Arts
art rnod antique gallery whose every corner displays the
-skills ol its owner.


Foi, and opened six
'ago, Salon des Arts
s'incredulity f r o mn visit-
from the front entrance of
le and bronze" to the key
h rear door all were
le- by their owner Andre

Urn in Alessandnra, (Piemon-
.:taly, Galliano neatly fits
true conception of the gen-
artist. Tall and slim with
eying hair the amiable
.xudes art with every
nit and even sitting be-
.typewriter makes the on-
feel as if typing_ is yet
form. of artistic expres-

jis the only word to de-
Sail~ano's profession, and
s leaves wide- scope, for
Spends much time
es Workldng on land-
drats "nd geometric
on hs, e cin also be"
g tables, carving an-
candle estirks, for-
I'mitation marble and bron-
or perhaps making door
and keys.
fre Galliano rccci\vcd his
training at an Italian Art
ezyind -s& underwent Ar-:
tlir,'l study in Italy for 3
SQu.Ic spoken and manner-
alliano proved modest
:approached this week ab-
a painting.. c ret: but sign-
that his carnaseshlad been
oiws" in Pime, Mil:.n. Ven-
dad Paris, and mno', Haiti,"
ommentcd
e year; A.dre Galliino
P.i ci'y Dlrecz-. uo Pagl-
.,uime one of the larg-
most important factor-
t Italy. It was this post
bought the artist to Port
ce to set up a Paglieri
for the capitals 1919 bi-
r,. It was planned that


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'ed article on a par with a
factory manufactured key.
Try taking a piece of white
oine and carving something sim-
ple and then take a close look
it one of Galliano's "Bronze"
ldnAineiLc finished in nnrd la i..


.lan lesuc. s, lI ugu n guiLil U
'3alhano would stay in Haiti for ,ier and a maze of tiny carved
15 days; that 15 days has, to flowers and delicately figured
late extended itself to ten years. scrolls. Only one thing gives the
Being secretary for the Syn- ..orks away as not being auth-
licate of Beautiful Art, Rome, entic the weight, the wood is
\ndre Galliano is an acknow- very light and such is Gallian-
edged authority on architecture, .'s artists' nature that he makes
quite aside from his painting tal- no attempts to disguise any of
?nts, and performed the inter- his carvings.
or work on the residences of ex-
President Paul E Magloire and Beautifully carved work can
Col. Marcaisse F. Prosper two also be seen in Andre Galliano's
of the many houses and build- Salon in the form of frames.
ings he has beautified. These too are carved from ply-
Salon des Arts- is a -glowing wood and stained and creased
tribute to the skill and ingenuity to give that hundreds of years
of the artist. Rather than try to old looktwhich buyers of antic-
hide the. fact Galliano proudly quities find so absorbing.
clasps visitors by the arm and But just as Galliano likes to
leads .them outside to view-the
marble facade with.' tall bronze
bettering. The expensive and ef- ;-. -
fective looking marble,.. Andre -. -
Gauliano swiftly points out, 'is
nothing-less ..han plain common i
ply wood -- _or rather was until r. 1 , .. .- -
Salon des-Arts' -owner took over ;.-- .
.and commenced work on it.
With obviously painstaking la-
bor and skill Galliano has tran- il .: B
stormed dreary ply wood into
genuine looking marble by paint-
ing it and so faithful is his ren- w o rk s
edition. that even close examina- nK
tion does not reveal thm secret '
',hind the. flowing twists and
twirls. But all that is necessary .i-:
is the tap of a pencil on the
:Marble" wall to convince one .
that here. indeed is the ultimate '
in supreme art deception.
Being an interior decorator Gal-
tino naturally designed his own
:trac;ive display room and then
,et t -, t building it himself. He
built the ceiling, lined the walls
builtt all the shop furniture, (in-
-Iiding several antiques, I and
-en constructed his own style
ocks for the front and back
doors. Yes, even the door keys
were made by him -- filed from
-,lid pieces of bronze into a fin- l


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ie Foi is surely a "Little Europe" stocked with
merchandise from all over the world with emphas-
1findian Products. "Little Europe" also means Free
prices.


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ii.iinframe for each i


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recreate the past with his copies Standing side by side with'Gal--
of antique caring ind frame liano's works are those of lead-
work. so also does he take a ing French and Italian ,artists'; i
complete reverse and become and Ga!liano maintains that his-" ":S
contemporary with his fascinat- art display is directed' at the .-k
ing geometric abstraction paint- local people and not for the be'
ings. Each is rich and stylized nefits of just the tourist.'-Sever- A:
i. its colors and each bear a al antiques of Florentine origin -
short inscription from the painter repose on a small studio end-',
in explanation. These modern- table and among these are sev
-stic works sell for 125 dollars eral picked up by the Salon's '
each. owner during his travels which
Although a yellow artist com- are too sentimentala" to be sold.
mented this \\eek that Galliano's Encouragement to Haiti's own
laud sc-apes were "flat," and artists is being given by Andre
lacking in true perception the Galliano and apart from the doz- '
numerous scenes possess a lot en pupils he is currently teach- .i
of color and draw the viewer ing, he is willing to display the ..:
towards them. Portrait work is -"ork of a promising local-paint-' .'I
another accomplishment of can- er Chief among the Haitiari''"'
vas by the vibrant Italian and painters' works on display at An- "-
he has been commissioned in dre Galliano's is a full-view of:r.
the past for portraits of leading a Haitian peasant woman clad.-..h:
Haitian and American figures. in colorful and much disputed "
Landscapes at the Salon des -American flag material. The art-
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no doubt that the steady deter-
ioration of relations with Cuba
and the fear that Castroism
would spread had speeded action
A by the Administration.
The program for improving the
effectiveness of Inter-American
economic cooperation was the
most important recommendation
made this week at a two-day
meeting of the National Advisory
Committee on Inter-American
Affairs. The group, which inclu-
des the President's brother, Dr.
Milton S. Eisenhower, urged that
priority be given to the recom-
mendation.
The committee met under the
chairmanship of Under Secretary
of State Douglas Dillon.
In view of the urgency of the
program, Secretary of State Mr.
Christian A. Herter flew back to
Washington from his home in
t Manchester, Mass.. tonight for


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U.S. Plans New A.ri


a conference with Mr. DUion be-
fore the latter's departure for a
European trip tomorrow.
The Secretary is to fly to New-
port for discussions with the Pre-
sident Monday.
The purpose of the program is
o.0 raise living standards through-
out the Americas and to improve
not only economic strength but
social factors, such as health
standards and education.
It is considered doubtful herc
that the new program in its ini-
tial stages will involve a vastly
:nereased outlay of United funds.
-fhere probably will not be time
for the kind of careful scrutiny
Congress is likely to insist on be-
'ore it agrees to allocate addi-
*ional appropriations.
But sources here considered it
virtuallyy certain that Congress,
. vhen it reconvenes after the na
tional political conventions, will
.e asked by' the Administratioi.


Developments in Cuba have
impressed officials here with the
consequences when forces of na-
tionalism and discontent are har-
nessed to a evolutionary move-
ment. It is hoped that by moving
quickly and effectively the 'other
\merican states, with encouta-
;ement and help froin the United
States. would be able to prevent
lie kind of deterioration in in-
er-American relations that h.as
'een caused- by Cuba.
-The United States Government
?an be expected to urge behind
'.he scenes that Latin-American
governments, some of which im-
ose no income tax and 'others
hose tax on incomes in nomi-
Jal, revise this. Without some
action of this kind, officials here
believe there may be continued
divisions between the wealthy
jnd-.-the needy in many Latin-
American states.
'It wai learned. too, that some
ftcials here are concerned ab-
out the policies followed by some
united States companies in Lat-
n America. It is flt.. that some
'iave taken tod"ob]-ioutis.:'dant-
age. of lower living standards
and wage rates prevailing irf
other countries. This, it is belie,-
-d, has generated serious dis-
"'tisfaction in some areas.
This is a field where it is felt



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W:VEEKLY ENTERTAINMENT PROCiRAM
STUESADA9 Informal reve 0ufel", and in rom
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k .9 .So'.dosualc dre..No odmu~sion ee
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Consider the program and to
make new funds available.
The first emphasis of the pro-
;ram, however, will be better
utilization of money already ap-
.ropriated under the Mutual Se-
curity Act and other legislation.
It is believed that the United
States will propose establishment
of a new inter-American agency
that would make economic deve-
lopment its primary business
and would reek to agiee on prio.
cities among various projects
and countries.
United Stales officials are
known n to be eager to impress
leading groups in Latin America
of the urgent necessity for them
io contribute more to their in-
ternal economic development.
The feeling is strong here that
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bilious Aid...
hat little can be done officially has been under study for month
o enforce standards. But it is considerable planning remains
considered likely that, together tbe done. The cooperation of
with the new economic progr- other states will have to be e"
am, some steps will be taken to listed, and Congress will ha
:mpress on United States comp- to be consulted.
andes abroad this icle and the
inherent dangers boti to. the Thus, it may not be until next'-.'
companies concerned :ind to the year that the new program he6'.
prestige of the United States. coines operative. But President.,
Despite the urgency given to Eisenhower is understood to be '
the new program, some officials ger to advance its cause in.:
doubt that it will bec me truly his remaining months in office6"-,
effective for some t me. They possibly as his last major con--A.
,iote that although thnl problem tribution in foreign affairs."


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dividuals and companies have
too long been inclined to put
priority on their own well-being SICNESI
and to have ignored the hopes of
their own people for a better A
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HAITI SUN
S.'THE-HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Comaqnity Weekly Published Sunday *orming
ldltor-PubUlsher BERNARD DIEDERICHI
'Gerant-Responbable MAUCLAIR LABISSIERE
l-9MBMBER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN.
S*ESTABIJSHED IN 1950 i


iET AIRPORT SPECIAL BUILDING FUND
S. w COMMITTEE -NEEDED


,e. President of the Republic Dr. Francois Duvalier
Feived the sum of $102 from employees of Port au
inbe's. electric Company to be utilized in the cons-
ition of the forecast Jet Airport., .
ne .-workers'-gesture was .symbolic for more than'
reason. First it showed that at least one section
S e-citiznry is taking an 'acute interest in the furth-
ance of Iiaitit-and -'her badly nT-eded tourist trade.
igndly .the workers made a' logical and pound written
estUo to help in 'tile speeding up ,of funds towards.
rfi culminationn ,a nodern,'fully equipped, inter-
onilaii rt. .

Emponloyebes' f the Blectric. Coira.ny sugge-ted that
eVient be i-uguirated in all. asections of the comn'
Sei t mies am -pnivalte qu a.bers to
YA~teie. e tpn tr^ion of-this .intently needed fh-
,.- .e -_ .


his'-is 'a highlyy bconmendalble civic action, vBUT,
ie mnust take t-he bull 'by 'the 'horns an d steer it
.and public opinion today deems that the most 1ab.le
tans ofdoing. this' would be to. form a&-speiial .-
r4 'Ast mor integrity ld
Mretpsee thi'zfgs 'dopne This committ, K', _
|hwedil' "be ,or' t~ 'tSo-
t ds,. toc and generally hanffl 1 i avail-
Ale ,neams -'df, finance toiabrtink about a pid and a-
Aed mimie:t towards the acting e&*jdtihk grace


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i.r1 cnror.' in.ranslation cost Roger Woliti, PAA Pu-
licity Chief who, gave a 'prezs conference 4it he, ,El
Incho Hdtel Tuesday evening, the pointt 'qf his all-
portailt speedh.ooncerning 'Pan American, Haiti, and
ae vital ingredian't for tourist the mudh debated
it airpo. -
WObjedtive of Woffin's [ eeoh was to inform the press
Spub"i that PAA would not leaVe Haiti -in. the "no
Srist lurch" 'by changing to jdts and over-flying Port
- Prince... Le Nouvelliste interpreted the constructionn.
, 'a sentence. that gave .a reverse result to .,Wdolils
gtemnent which aroused the ire of the Chauffeur-Gui-
Sand even Congress.

.Durnng a cruss 'fire 'between Ben Shindler and the
eaiker Mr Wollin declared that Pan American had no
'ine table 'to .turn itis fleets in for the new jets, although
nidle ,was equally insistaait hlat the move was-only
'tfew short mon'thsi away.
So jinsstbanit was tourist pusher Ben IShindler that Mr.
Wip. said to the effect thatt whille on ltihe subject of
ne the 'Lime for Haiti 'to have dbtaine&d her neW jet
p Irot was 'ait the same time 'as -her neighbors of the
arilean. Mr. WOIJLN DID'NOT MEALN TO ;INS N-
AE THAT T WAIS TOO LATE TO BUILD HAITI
:N AIRPORT.
Like 'alil in this country Mr. Roger Wollin believes
t to prosper the competitive touriSt industry must
.ve a jet 'airport as soon as poesi.le. i


C OL..VL 4g.a

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INGREDIENTS: tribu
Powc
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Prod'
4' -3 and a half teaspoonful baking powder A pils,
in th
SRura
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three q 'arters cur 'id will
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half'a cip shortening 'Prog
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at medium speed. 15
15
Add 41 egg whites imbeaten .1

h'alf a cup milk 2

1 teabpJc-"r'! vanilla .' 19

Mix again 300 strokes by hand tr I? -ninutes in We
mixer at medium speed. onsr
itaria
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Pour batter into 2 8" layer pans. 2-995

Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees F. TI
Frost with your choice of frostenings. ,
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romllunger, Lack; 4o.L
md Eduictional facdxit,

s .Organization has 0"'
hipped..and Personally
ted- Substantial Quantitls
lerer' Milk, CannedM o,
ng,. Penicilin ...Medi.j
ucts and Vitamins to :o
s, Clinics -and to 'the"'Nee'
he Depressed "Areas '' "hq,
1 Districts of Haiti'

July \9th, the O iders. W$p
ders of the's OrganizaUniti
RE LETELULER, Preside*
MARGAREIT -E. DARH
etary, 'phlus other Mqmbli.
-nend 2 weeks in Haiti, t
er study the Association's.
ram of Voluntary Aid; also
.istrib'tq their Recent' C&oI
tions, Shipped Jby -the. Pan- ":
Lines of Juily 6. 1950. /
Caitons-of Used C:olLing-
Carton .of M;edical Ointmein.t
Cartqn of'Vitadrins, and,ii
Cartons of 100 Pr. QLEYei
Glasses ./
Cartons of Powdered Mig'"
.and Cocoa Powder.
Carto.n' o! Penicillin repro- t
senting 22,500,000,000 Unitsf
further Petition that Pers,'
Willing to Help this Human-,-
an effort of this Organiza-;,
for HAITI, Phone REctor;-.
4, (after 6:00 PAM.) or Write..

FE HAITIAN & CO-ARTS -i
ASSOCIATION, INC.
Charitable Organization
NEW CHAMBERS STREET:
NEW YORK 38, N.Y. .*
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Caribbean region, we have noth- des who .depend on tourismm.:.
Ing to envy'of the other islands. assure -their very ..existence a
An enquiry made in At ranks that of their .amil es, we dej
Po the Chauffe'r-Guides who ac- re ourselves in solidarity .w
company the visitors proved that at patriotic movements aus.ep
ninety' per vent of ..the tourists Ible to clearing up of the" actu
know HIlati as the best .enter qt difficulties that confront eth
attraction in the Caribbean. country. "
THE ASSOCIATION OF -.
CHAUFFEUR-QrUIDES In spite-of millions of dollars e lance the. present, app
OF HAITI invested by. PAA in Ciudad Tru- to all responsible -so.that' i
Founded October 2, 1956 jillo for examnle, inspite of the structive. action can-he pu
COMMUNIQUE high cost of air tickets to Haiti, moon in view of the. 'aYJ,
TIME TO C)NSTRUCT he large clientele manifested off the danger of isolation thE
.AJET AIRPORT its taste for our county with Its menaces us.
majestic sites aind its friendly
The Associaion of Chau majestic sites d its iendly Pour', the C6iyunittee:
The Association of Chauffeur- population constituting one of our -. Henri Merceron Prteeside
Guides, directly interested in the greatest trumps. Merero Pri.den
construction of a modernm airport. Frederic San-Miln, sec
ary-Gent tl .f"s- ..
at Port au Prince cannot remain The PAA 'has nevertheless di- ary-Genel.
indifferent in face of. the'present finished the number 'of flights .
situation made of Tourism in to ill iti it zould do so only be-. .-,
Haiti: '. cause it holds the monopoly on ASSOCIATION
airtravel...eCa r
We refute the declarations of. r 15 New .Chambers Stree
Mr. Roger Wollin. chief of Pue Eveone is suffering... the New York 38, N.Y.,' '.
Rf ictor 2-9954 .. .. -.n.h
lic. relations for Pan American country is loosing money.., out ANRE Lor2-9954 ELE
World Airways published in the foreign publicity becomes useless Presideni f
Nouvelliste July 6th. [when the only airline which ser- P-U T O
Mr.ves the country refuses to grant THE HAITIAN .& T S
Mr. WolUn pretends that the the facilities to those who wish ASSOCIATION. IN C.,
delay has already past on- the to visit the'country. O iato. .gir mt1
subject of the necessity for Haiti s e cot Oganization, registered i
tp have its Jet airport. This isT The Association of-Chauffeur- State of N.Y.,,. No 8428", awai
contrary to the truth because it Guides-protest energe t i c all y a waiver .from the -InternalS
was yesterday again t h a t the against this stitc of affairs. venue System: for 'Federal'-,
building of two new airports e They denounce this politic of is- Exemption,o.is a youfig Nonf'
gan in Jamaica. qlation the resulDts of vWhich, will litical, Nobn-Profiat ..ain 'og
Thi.. sp' oin of ""'e. w be dreadful for the. future of nization. "
.Thisapoint of.view of the inter- Tourism ix'- Haiti- Ihristhe name This Association? ced6jmIsdd
s t.that"the tourists have for- the of three hundred Ciuffeurui- dedicated Haitians : who un
: - stand'-the Desperate and: AM
*,o"$@ 'l"' 4.Need of Haiti; Joined t
with Seve A1 Ariericants
Shave. isited- Hait 'NKn.o,
B B It^B fyhave Witessed.;cfities n


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I 'AGE 6


"HAITI SUN"


SUNDAY JULY 10TH, 1


"Ebony" Pays Tribute To Haiti's Queen


* A tribute to a beautiful young woman and a great boost of pie of the 4eauty-witl-brains foi-
: publicity for this country were given in the July edition of the mula...she has a -sparkling mind
'leading monthly U.S. Negro publication "Ebony" by a cover story sharpened by travel arid an in-
fernational education acqwured in
'-,nd profusion of pictures of Haiti's Claudinette Fouchard Sugar France, Italy, Germany, and the
r Cane Queen of the World. U.S.
"But unlike most contestants
Climaxin., a flood of interna- infers that Claudmette "is tin- who except to-participate in the
tional publicity and recognition concerned about her prospects of annual spectacular slte is totally
sincee Claudinette won the Sugar winning the Miss Universe title," unconcerned about her prospect-,
cane Queen title early in the Claudinette has no intentions of winning. Instead. she is think-
iy.ea..;at Call, Colombia the Ebo- it entering the beauty pageant ing of domestic matters and her
."story entitled, "Beauty who for on August 15th she is to be German heit chance, Wilter Fis-
'Doesn't Want' to be Queen'" (ea- -narred to German ijanutactur- chl: Looking back on an unbeat--
A.tures a full cover photograph of er Walter Fischl. en record of beaut3rcontest vict-
Haitian beauty taken by Pet- Despite the error Ebony is lo ories since the age of 17, she
Island and gives a resume of he congratulated.fot its.ftne cov\- -"w prefers being a housewife
.the glamorous 21-yearold's back- erage and generous -display, in- to wearing the world's most ar-
Lund, -'ding the full cover front page dently coveted beauty crown.
.; nly point marring, the exten- the magazine devotes 21 pictures
u ;ie Ebony coverage is the ma- to Haiti's Reine du Sucre. "Early this year. she was pro-
a gane's misconception that Miss "Claudinette Fouchard, Haiti's .cainied "WVorld Sugar' Queen"
-Fouchard.is to.be an entrant in- 21-year'old envoy to the 19601after' triuminphing over some of
feh forthcoming Miss Universej I'liss' Universe beriuty pageant, the most glamorous entries from-
4auty- contest. The. headline in Miami Beach, FPa.," states 42 countries in Cali, Colombia.
R& "d, 'Unassuming Haitian girl Ebony, "is a small voluptuously- But none of the fame her victor-,
qas she prefers housewife's built, peach-brown- beauty with ies have brought her has made
roIe to.be becoming Miss Univ- a stunning 36-24-36 figure and a impression on the sensitive
e... The. text of the article, inrung" smile. A striking exam- Claudipette.

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"As the current "Mi:
a title she won after be
ed by her family into c
i last year's' national
khe had little choice bi
'er designation as Hait
tentative at the forthco
hfitn 'ri."ffa'Whdri'S"hi
sed doubts participating
ncan journalist broke
resistance by remind
you owe it to your co
,DISTINGUISHED FA
"A member of. one o
chest and most dist
families. Claudinette is
filledd, -well-reared. you.
n who takes an ernesi
in her country's ma.y si
'tems and devotes muc
time to volunteer social
work.
"Reared in luxury, (
te ,is th. daughter of J
chard, a sugar plant
rum distillery tycobn, .m
ed .his country' a -a
first- ai Ambassador
then as.envob' to Franc


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OWN SUGAR. CANE QUEEN PHOTOGRAPHED AMONGST TH
BEAUTIFUL SETTINGS OF HER HOMELAND


ss Haiti" years he was- a cabinet mqnit
ing coax- and is widely known &Whd,. .
co.npeting pected. .
I contest, "Claudinette began her collei
ut accept career wit a .strong ambition.
i's, repre- become a physician and sea
ming ev- er people. Along the way" t
e expres- arts superceded science- and:-.l
an Ame- ended up studying music -eU
down her "ine arts at.Georgetown Unie
ing her, sity. in Washington, D.C.,.M'
)untry." at Sorbonne, Paris.
hMILY "If selected Miss Universe sl
if Haiti's will win a total of $10,000, hi
inguished )f which she would receive"
a strong- a lump sum and the balance'
ng wom- form of a contract for.j.
t interest services, in addition to"d -
ocial pro- theirr prizes, awards and hoAgo
ch of her -ut, while most of her, felld
l service contestants are feverishly I
daring for the day of the gr
Ilaudinet- 'ageant,-expectpd to be-tiie,.
an Fou- dazzling in contest's higt.
tion and Claudinette's mind is fixed '4
who sery- another day on which she '
diplomat. become Mrs. Fischl."'
to Cuba, The pics- featured in the.sftE
e. For 12 Cubaover beauty shots of the Sqt
Queen -on her triumphant rp.tu
S; o . [Haiti from Colombia, seen
o. the young beauty in" her'M
-al robes and Haitian.dress'-1hA
photos taken -with her' faiyilyj
eluding her father JeanS o.
ard, and- Mr. and Mrs. G
S enn, owners of the Hotet MO
S'ia and "''l's Haiti's sist.
.brother-ihi-ldw. There' are'a-j
sts of Claudinett.e.taken .t
reception given hert'by the- I.
silent Dr. Francois Duvplli
S witli the president-,of -the bAi
of Coloibia: Juan V'ialar.iVan
further shdt of the Sugar Qdd
displaying. -"ress clippiklgs^,i
ean-. Jacques Honorat "*Haiti
.4 '.T6drism .;Director. .Incluede-'
S;.course are 'photographs. of Cl'
-' .dinette with' her fiance WaWi
'Fisch] who, it is said, prdjlog
,* -,. to the beauty queen on the'dii
that he met her. An-.'ngagemni
party photo. shows "Claudi.e
-'with -er mother Mrs. Claudeti
.Fo.icharui ar Ier C '4uil 'Ala
Mrs. Fernande Vietix Fouchda
S-...So swift was the impact, bi-e
ed' here.,by the arrival' of
;> Jdy Ebony magazine that wit,;
> hours of the Negro publicati1
> being, placed on the city's
stalls th-e complete shipmetn'w
sold out.' '
4 Meanwhile vivacio'ls damkl
ette isin 10 day retreat .at.;
SMonestary in Puilboreau wi%
she entered shortly after her n
u rn to Haiti from Germany Ii..
week. Claiidinette visited-*Getrn
ny to meet her fiance's fanim
Sin- Rengesburg and to start prf
parations for iher new home. ..:



k ORCHID' SOCIETY
MEETING IULY M 1

S Dr. WOODS TO TALK QN'.
INDOESIAN ORHIDS-'

Members of, the Haitian Ordhl
s society will meet at the hoia
Sof Dr. Tom-Hart in Pacot iul
13th.
a Dr. Wood of Scisep -l" giv'
a talk on the orchids of
esia accompanied 'by thep ls
ing of color slides. "
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This is the coneludlng'.COAFTEIt, (C(ntlnuallilth of ttILE
it Tra.-tory Provi lons,) of the IjnB tUo e oe the Hep
e* Haiti 12ft which the Walt! St8 l hai pubushed(nfa series
.during otle past fear month.
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'LdikS may 'be proposed by either Chambet or by the Exe-
ve Power.,. '
.,4rtheless, the budgetary law, the "law c6verlng the basis.;
,..and method of collection 'of the taxes and other levies,'
lidthe law designed to create revenue 1fr.ot" increase the ex.pend-
es dof the government pust first,be passed by"the' amber
'Deputies. :,
lp ,se of disagreement between the tw6 Chambers with rdsptot
Iie laws mentioned in the precedlig paragraph, each Ch s~iber
ball' select by -diawing lots,, an equal .uAiber of menibers to
:ps'e: an interparliamenyary committee, ,which shall defini-
.'ettle the, disagreement., .'
'thiierp4i, disagreement with reset (to ,any. there bUl the-bill
. b, held, 'over until the ne4t "seoiB. if, ,W the bie l 'is
iitroduced at the laer,, ses1ioi,1 evei in the, ,everit of a complete.
i[aing Wm..the teminbehip 6of the, Chambers, an agreement is not
d, ech'ChaM"ber shall elect rom a list: of cadidlates an-
iu&ttnum er. of'.members to. compose a comtmiltee. changed with'
epatritig the final, teit, which 'shall )O r subniltted .t the, two
iltambeis:, begirinitig with the one that 'first- passed. the bill.-- If
e ,'nw. deliberi.'ons prbdi'ce *.tt .,teszlts, 'the bill shall.. be.
.,i ..
Y ,'d -' f -'.'- ; .._ 11, ,," .- r ,:.
U.a.nbl19.- a have t!e-right:to mefd ordlride the
d. psed,' Ny simndments doptbd by.
A*.1v .0;45.Apart of a bill ,until after they'have
'niat6plt e,.bcOle et.i Cmber, and no bill.shall bdcorpe law.
rkitetbit- b- e th'ai ornA-both n ab'
*Elii, ibso'
||be giqlmay th^kwfro tc~sc-

S r.ed bij er Chamber may net be reitroducd
fR E, ... : .
6The-' tner of De tis .shall imnpeech tle- Presideot' ,of
u.tulit u aid, isun dnmbefore the Seat ip.iS.as1 at
pgh. crtCo.,Justi : .or thec .ime. t oreao or i:.oreite:
ir.' offense tcotmritted in te perfdqnance "ofhis dties. ,''
t P'.shall also':, ipeach Ald .efore "
- Secretares of State'in cas e zz eny treasM abuse
cw' e tion ltra es or. te e-
in e.pferformance of .their, duties. '
,i'(2) In case ,of misuse ,of. ,autibri:yr ahy meabbe o .the o-C .i
.Cassation ol,,any..officer qf the Public Prdsecutor's iOfice tjthe
aor said' Cotift.- I -a.'
.-' ..t.acizient may be' prono0 irced o yb a tfi- .
gj1the. members of the Camber. .-.. '-
t e, opening,.of. the hearing, each menier o& -
(t'Justice shall, swear, to judge with 'the impartial" ~%i ess
-'lctning- an upright and free, man," according to 7 -' e
inimost cdnvicUi6n.. ....
..The' High' Court of Jqstice may pronotnce ntb tl. *4'pt
.isquialifcation, dismissal fro. office, ,and loss of i MJ ...
&, any public office for' from ohe to..five yeras; hdjtvr" i
condemned person may be brought I before the' Or Chtts
." 'acc6raan6e .with the'law' if it' is necessary to "impp 0ther
-iat~eis or to, .re or the. bringing -f civil action. ,
one may be tried or convicted 'except by a. two-thils ma'
rity of the members of the Senate.
,The' linits placed on the duration of the sessions of the legis-
rve body by article 60 of the Constitutiohn nwy, not serve to
&'nate the' proceedings when the Senate sits as. a,HR-th CoNtrt
pf .Justice. '. '
t'(?) Tlie .auditing and losing of the accounts of, the; Getiteal
administration and those of'-anyone accountable to the T'reastul
halll be done by the Superipr Audit Office in the manner esta-
blished .by law. '
.'(8) With a view to exercising strict apd pernianentCBptrol over
Public expenditures, a fifteen-member interparlianfhtikW .omn-
irkssion, composed of nine Deputies and six Senators, tli rged
v.'th reporting on the administration of the Secretaries of Staite
4' order to enable the two chambers to grant-or to withhold dis-
iharge, was elected by secret ballot at 'the beginning of the
,.eseflnt legislative session.
, Three certihiea accountants at most ana some clerks may be
.added to the commission to assist it in the auditing,
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., Article D. D.The next, elections of the Communal. Cduncils shall
be held at the sa- e ,time.as the elections of the Deputies. '
Article E. In t66 months foin. the date -of the publicatibm, of>
,the present Constitution, the Executive Power'is authorizedd to
make sqch changes. or reorganizations as shall Pe deemed neces-
sary 'hq.the lower and high courts and in the State administrativev'
and financial agencies. / . ,. .
Article, F. Thb ,present, Constitution shall eiter 7 it'o force on its
publication in IE MONT'rEfIR, the official gazette 'of the Republic.
Done- in the 'PALAIS LEGISLATiF at Port-au-Prince, the at
of the National Constituent Assembly, or.. December .9, the957 the
.4th Year oft Indepeince. t -
Hutesrs F. B6u JoIly,,Preiide-int -', .
SRanieauEstime, Vibe President. "
Victor Nevers Constant, UlricHl St-EIuis,-:.Jean-Juimeand m,--
ie 'G hrherj Secretaries, .. ,.
'Paijif Pereira; Dieudonne. Lero, Ahur HBnlaame, 4an David
.tean liz Charite'Louis,'Candelon Lucas .Jehu Garner, Ivan
Etm anteIl Moreau, *Tonmas Desulme, Louis, Raymond, -Lude Ste-.
p reh, Pressoir Bayard, Antoine H. Marth.ol ,1Jules Latreu,1 Gas-
ner CKetsaint,. Cqlistheqes, Josdph, Alphonse Lahe6s, Pierre Ax-
a Lrent -St-Louis, Amerlin Conde, Thenosirus St.Fl
Belotte, Blein tr,- Pa]Ale i, Uiverseau, .Marius Ioh d, C tle
Cloud, Jea-BaptjstePierre-Louis, Saintangeoteps, Josu a
Eaptiste, Dalanior Etienne, Decius Jean,- Hebert -Francbill6i
Mena, Hugo H:' Pauil, Dijpi Jean-Gille,. Lavolsier :Lainothe, Fran-t
i Enaillo' Nonez, 'Raynold Metellus,- 'A dre,''Mise, Gabijel
Adgustin, Weert' erprdaint, Luc Francbis, T-Lucien"'Belizaj-e, Hety'
Oattbdad Franick Seraphin, Albert. Garcor,': Joseph A ,'ry'.U-
per ;Peralte Gerson Zamo and rMannontel Guillaurne, Members.
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, John HennesnefWalker, a for- dren
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gazine and an avid visitor, to again
Haiti on .wo occasions, passed ago.
away at his Port Chester, New .: Jc
York home .on July 3.' He was vas
'49, years old. ' ted
a. grdc
An admire of Hiqti John Wai sity
Iker spent a happy month here. .,he
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duated .from Cornell .Univer-
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Cornell Stn Undergraduate.
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Mr. Walker\cotnmencedei
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was a saff writer' forth
York Herald.' Tribune .In
saw at the outbreak of-
War-.II, John W"aler .`acc
nied Polish Go'ernmerit'o'
on',their .flight from'tie-.G
Atniy. across Poland to' B
nia, In April, 1943 .hejine
magazine. ,servmg as'a wa
respondent 'in the- Pacifi&
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vyenemy. fi re.: On tine
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.For And Against V

"LIFTING OF SPIR
I1~ uh diverse comment' has fortynine star flag material sal-
,.ben'.airoused by the long-esta- es continue in Haiti.Iln the July
fished practice in Haiti's riiark- 4 edition of :"Time" magazine
itsof selling U.S. flag material two thought provoking letters
%iuse as, wearing apparel, tab- from readers were published.
dfiths, bed spreads,. head While one condemned the sale
.arves and a multitude' of equ' of U.S. flags the second condon-


rearing of U.S. Flags in Haiti
j '-
ITS BY ITS BRIGHT COLORS" STATES LETTER
the costumes a "dignified way." p'imres. This, reader states; "On- and lifting up their spirits by its
- Mrs. Walter Jobson Sr., *.y tbose bereft of both a sense of bright colors. Can anyone sugg'-'
Louisville. humor and humanity would see est a nobler use for it? My pal'y
A different opinion is expressed something sinister in, the grand riotic pride remains intact.'.' '-
by the author of the second let- symbolism of obsolete 'American A. Herbert Juede. Monticelldd
ter that appeared in the July '4 lag material clothing,the naked Florida. -.4r


jWt'.useful articles.- ed;-
rAltheugh the U.S. flag mater- C, Incrse
!W.-. sold from bolts by dozens The first letter read, "Being r t. I fs
if local. retailers and further A loyal American citizen, I hope H a ti?
Uspensed by the Marchdnds that Congressman Porter's hill
lboeen on the Capital market will pass to stop desecration of If, fis expected, Cuba's posi- viewed by Congress for 'a sec- the U.S. President ti
for nearly b months, it was not the U.S flag in Haiti, or any tion on the United -States' sugar ond tinke. According to the .Tint- Cuban sugar quota' a
mtil recently that the U.S. be- other place. I just noticed that market is dismissed then it is "es most 'of'any cuts' in. Cuba's u're he wants,- it was
qame aware of the practice and public law 820 says; '"The flag, likely that Haiti's 7,014 ton quo- normal Ishipments would be howet'er. that Fidel Ca
4' discovery .provoked action by when it is in such condition that ta will be increased according made pp by imports from fifteen ermient 'would carry
members of Congress to stop the it is in such condition that it is no to a New York Times article other countries. threat to, seize additic
ferial's, sale..' longer a fitting emblem for dis- published on July 3) ; '" i' can-owned property i
')reyUrtlieless despite the. conti- play, should be destroyed in' a Cuba will, retain her place on Although 'no official' reactiori 'an quota was cut.
ati'.-of U.S. controversy bver dignified way, preferably by the U.S. nlarket until March 31 was registered in Havana, Cuba, When the' situation
We .of the ,'fo eight' and-Burning." I wouldd hardly call when the situation will be re- to the bill. granting. the right to (Continued. on


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e New "Nonce Apostolique "
SArrives Todday

I first Pest Was Haiti 1941-45
i ..llencv, ri' ,. n 1"-." From 19-15 to 1950 he was post- years in 4he- Rio de Janeiio No i.
erroiino, arrive-s [ee ed to three Nonciatures; that o. ciatue as Councelo-. .
fad the SS AAico .-if Washington, Switzerland and To- In 1956 to 1960 he was i ec i
fa Line to take up hs !io. ge of the Nonciature in BE- '
te new Pap.dl N.mciij and was an observer for, t c
In 1950 lie returned to the New Holy See at the United N itio'"
'rur Ferinlino as World, this time to spend six in Geneva.
uiary 24th 1912 in Al-
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Legion of Nortl Italy.
Pdained into the pri,,<- A *


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ients in his home town
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Xobe where he studied
'earg. During that per-
Sn~ed his doctorate in
Jre".
jened a long career (i r -
tfino in diplrimarv
Fh'im to America. E *i-
'South America and

Spot was Porl :.i
vye'd here f i n m
!MAttaiche and See-
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TELE-HAITI
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ONDAY JULY 11, 1960

6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
(Records)
7:00 pm-Evening General Progr-
am Schedule
k7:03 pm-Weather Report

p 7:06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti Pa-
noramic scenes of every-
where
!7:25 pm-Cartoons and Kid Comn-
edies Childrpn'"- Pro-
y gram

W7:45 pm-Telenews 1st edilion-
M.;'" .


"HAITI


PROGRAM


Review of the day's ev-
ents.

8:00 pm-La Belle Creole Show.
'Frankie Laine"
8$30 pm-Westinghouse Show: :"I
Spy": "Lover Spy" (En-
glish version) 28th epis-
ode Narrator Raym-
ond Massey
9:10 pm-Telenews (2nd edition)
Summary of the late
news
9.20 pmn-Telecinema: "Natchez"
30:00 pm-Close or Program Na
'Jonal Anthem


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TUESDAY JULY 12, 1960

6:00 pm-Test pattern Music


(Records)
7-00 pm-Evening General
am Schedule


Progr-


7:03 pm-Weather Report
7:06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti Pa-
noramic scenes of every-
where

7:26 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st edition)
Review of the day's ev-
ents.
8:00 pm-Report f r o m America
with Pierre Crenesse
8:30 pm-Foreign Intrigue: "In the
Fire Dome", Starring:
James Daly brought
to you by Haiti Trading
Co. "

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

Wednesday JULY 13. 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

7:30 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st edition)
Review of the day's ev-

8:00 pm-Flying Cadets Exide
Battery Show
8:30 pm-Interview Program

9.00 pm-Telenews 2nd edition
Summary of the late
news
9.05 pm-Telecinema: Western
Theater

10 00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem

THURSDAY JULY 14. 1960
b. Un pm-itebT p.dtlet Mu.vic
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7 -15 pm-Telenett. Ilsi noditini
Review of the ca',": Lev-
ents.
8:00 pm-"Pour vous Mesdames"
(Cooking Sl ow)
8.30 pm-The F lor a n Zabach
Show brought to you
by "La Maison Lelio
Bailly"
9.00 pm-Telenews 2nd edition
Summary of the late
news
9:05 ptn-Special Program on the
occasion- of the annivera
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lution.
10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthen,


SUNDAY JULY


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6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
(Records)
7:(W) pm-Evening General Progr
am Schedule
7 03 pm-Weather Reporl
7:06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti Pa-
noramic scenes and var-
iety
7:26 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews (lst 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: "The Minstrel",
Starring Richard Greene
Followed by the Advent-
ures of Flash Gordon:-
"Frightened King"
9:30 pm-Telenews- (2nd edition)
Summary of the late
nPews
9:35 pm-TV Concert Hall
10.00 pm--Close of Program Na
tional Anthem

SATURDAY fJULY 16, 1969)
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& C6m-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews list 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 -
broughl 'in vyou bh "Fq.
brique Nat ionale de
Chaussures Fritz Mevs
8:30 pm-The Adventures of Capt-
ain Grief: "Grief Pirate"
Westinghouse Show
9:00 pm-Telenews (2nd edition)
Summary of the late

9:05 pm-W es e r n Thealer: -
"Border Fe'.d"
10:00 pm--Close of P eramn N,.
tional Anthpm

SUNDAY JULY 17, O196f
2.UU0 pm-Sign u., ;rL'-.etaljIoI
afterno- s j p.iugli
2.03 pin-Special L.i.d.-ii i-i'ju
rijm
3 15 jim-D.inbrick D'ritel S'i*
I-.:iguidti. le & Is [paS;t
ners
3:30 pm-Nobbe &. Bo-idel Show -
Star Perfo r rn ne e::
"Frightened W o m a n"
Starring: Merle Oberon
and Craig Steven.
4:00 pm-Weather Report
4:05 pm-"Vivent les vacances":
Sketch Musical w i t 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 Nalionm An-
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"HAITI SUN"


New Spur For Caribbean Travel.
JETS EXPECTED TO PROMOTE MORE TOURISTS, TO AREA


avel to the popular Caribb- vacationland wIll be brought
which has jumped. consist- within one hour of New Jork and
during the past .few years; two hours from London, Paris,
I1d take.,an 'even greater gi- tome or Madrid."
step forward in the future, More Oian 125 delegates, rep-
rding-.to Lee Karwick, Exe- resenting 29 of the 31 CTA Mem-
yb Director of the Caribbean ber countries, carriers such as
it .'Association. At the Ass- Pan American World Airways,
flon's Ninth- Annual Meeting, BOAC, ,BWIA, Air France, Av-
I; recently, in 'St. Thomas, U. anca, Braniff,' KLM (Royal Dut-
4,.I', plans ,were formulated ch' Airlinep), Caribbean Atlantic
get the'stagelfor the' jet age Airlines,' Alcoa Steamship Com-
the ared and 'to proceed pany, Zim Lines, .hotel and var-
a.' streamlined reorganiza- ied area interests participated,
ifand intensive advertising The application of French Guia-
,promotion campaign to at- na-.was.approved for CTA niemb.
t,:the ever-increasing, numb- ership. /
V morld travelers to the Car-' Newly el61ted officers of, the
an, Association are: President .- r.
ief^ar-reaching scope-of tou- Ernesto C. JVlartelo (Director Ge-
' opportunities was. succinct- neral of the Colombia. National
lat "by CTA's outgoing! presi- tourist Board); -Vice President'
I $Hon. 'Abe Itsa; Caiairmanj Jacques Honorat (Director of
h Jamaica Tourist Board: Haiti's National .Council of Tour-
Jar as the Caribbean is con- ism). and 'Secretary Frank K.-
ed', we are equally convino- 'Bell (Vice Presiddnt and Direct-
ihat 'within the, next seven o,qf-,the 'Alcoa,4 teamshilp Com-
:: tourism will be the area's pany.) )-
estt'indulstry, far "outstrip- Bardley' Nash, U.S,. Deputy
r, all others" and Governor Undersecretary -.of. Commerce,
5.' Meivin of the U.S. Vir- stated thatthe opportuni in the
Ilidt, who'- tated"'thlt "'ri-. Cahribean or as to.is"
five' Sea'rs, the '.Caibbealn was n:limit.d;'du64 tothebeina.-
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guration of jet service, which the $130,000,000 'spent annually in
brings all points In the Caribb- the Caribbean represents about
.ean within a few ours of 'prin- 5 per-rent of the total American
,epal cities of the Americas. He tourist expenditures.
further pointed out that as U.S. A dynamic-' advertising and
incomes rise, more students and promotion program fivolving an
other segments of our population appropriation of $180,000, presen-
are pushing outward from ndar- ted by Philip M. Bottfeld, Chair-'
by domestic boundaries to more man of -the CIA Advertising
distant vacation spots, offering Committee, was accepted by 9
a great potential ,for the Carib-' countries, who agreed to, supp-'
bean market. ort it with 30 per cent of their
Max Allen, President of the dues. Sixteen, other countries arp
American Society-'of Travel Ag- considering the proposal, which
cents, .urged lower air fares to involves $100,000 in paid adver-
the Caribbean, in keeping with tising and '$80,000 for publicity.
the recent excursion rates app- and promotion, plus the addition
roved for more distant areas., of personnel- at GTA headquart-.
He also stressed the need for ers in N'ei, .York.' .


continued ad expanded cooper-
ation both within countries -and
with the, travel agent. 1
' John Houser, Vice President,
American Express Company,
and William D. Patterson, Asso
cite Publisher oE the Saturday
Review, jointly presented "The
Caribbean 'Picture", emphasizing
the need for dramatizing the
superb holiday attractions of tQe'
area -in order to realize its vast
tential,' tourist-wise. As 'an il-
lustration, they pointed out 'that


few years, has been emergio.g
as a Trade Association, whic)l
necessitates servicing of Me'
hers. In recognition of this cha.
going 'personality of PTA, an,';
tive Members' meeting. will 'be
held in September to revis j'.tfieI
CTA Constitution and By-Lawss.'
The 10th CTA .Annual,Meeting,,
will be held next summer' in Ver:H
nequela.


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Meanwhile, a new Public Re- M.W.V. HAITI MERCHAO
nations Department- will be set .
up within the Caribbean Tourist SERVE ;HAI'T[ AND,.
Association5 .and an admniJstrat- '. .
ive reorganization effected, gear forthiighly.saiin s .of':.th
ed to'handle the anticipated up- Mjami-- Port .a.Prine ,-um
swing in travel to the Caiibbedn. PERSONAI.Y SUPERV
and the growing .needs ot the 'LOADING C.AND-_..I QA$. I
jet age. For lull Information call it
.. ., Rue des 'Csars ou0
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Cooking Authority Studying H iti's Repasts

JULIET HAMELCOURT LIKES MARINETTES HERE


In the short time of her resi- demanding gourrhet. The avid "the Honey'Cook Book" is an daughter Jacqueline who is so- no difficulties in convers'.n..
ance in Haiti Juliet Hamel- cook has also done series of example of' the thoroughness jourriing with her mother here' the merchants on hbes $i
urt, cook supreme, authoress, TV cooking programs,and rec- which Juliet Hamelcourt devotes before- turningg for. a further the markets. Asked for"her!
acher and editorial consultant, ntly 'completed a set of films to'her..writings. As the.name im- three'years' study. ataschool of, jion of Haitian foods and.'
is swiftly learned the trade devoted to cooking which are to pies the book is a' resume of designing in New Yor. preparation the acknowl e
mmplexiities of the markets and be rented out. medium of cooking with ,Aioney cooking expert stated cthata
e. famed marchands and en- .' f- frofn Roman times through Of 'French extraction J.uliet liked the food and that so'"'
ys. journeying from her Mont- When home in the States Mrs. the middle ages 'and methods Hamnelcourt speaks fluent French the Haitian Marinettes wer,.
mne Woire home in search of Hamelcourt teaches cooking in a used today. "Sorme "of those Ro- and "a little" Creole and has tremly good. -'
Editions to her profuse .fund of Purchase, ,.New York General man receipes, were' very opod." '. ,-
enus' and cooking history. Electric store where once p week stated Mrs. Hainelcourt this ,
Expecting to reside in the high she passes on her fund of world- week; "I made several of therm IF- YOU WANT THE
ontagne Noire area for the next wide- cooking knowledge to pro-, up and ate them.". .
ree *months Jdlidt Hamelcourt, spective "chefs." But, she is not Sometimes, according to the A
., Purchase, New Yorks will content 'to merely.gather menus cooking authority,. the search fotr A . .. LX L E E
ake-a thorough delve, into Hai- aid publish them in book form new and raredishes arid receip-
.1oods, its preparations and Mrs.' Hamelcourt: has travel- es- a n become overwhelriiing. IN ERVICE, CUISINE AND. ,
-hisory. -' .' led extensively in search of new hi in Belgium gathering a. .
An"reditorndl consultant for the dishes and means:of cooking and trial fdr the' later, publishedd i T'
r.os',. "Gournitet'" magazine, is especially -iinterested. in the, '"Belgium Cook Bo6k,' Mrs. Ha-' A' SPHERE THEN
r-which she writes frequently, history of cooking which she melcourt visited. 22 Inns 'in 14 "
Iet Hainelcourt is the author traces inher ,writings frpm hun- diys at" each one sampng ACCEPT HE WA M
threee books .(a fourth has re- dreds of hours spent in person- the wide varietyot'dises avail- '
inly teen.r'ompleted,.) aimed at al -search and enclosure, in lib- a 'le. "When I.had completed the
W .. J. ,.. .-t, -"Wehbu dno f.--th ea..ost.crmp leted..e ..-.h..
ing epilsebuds,of-the r ost ranes. , r tour," stated the- cooking 'auth- .,....ME AW G,:.
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. MARINE CASUALTY LIST
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Icczdenfs Soar

P4th- and the ,holiday rush -General .Hospital only to have
:LTnited States resulted in the ambulance taking them to
tit increase in traffic acci-, Canape Vert'run out of gas.
tand fatalities. The trend Later thq same 'Sunday a
L--to I-ai top for Saturday, third marine, Herby' "Marty"
Stinday's span were. dclim- Martello, decided' to visit Robert
with. a series of auto sma:I Derick at the hospital but before
reacting Canape Veit he had an
;he small hours of Sunday altercation wifh a walking lamp
ig' 'Maripes Robert "Bob"' post which although left 1Marty
c.and Al Kegsler were driv- who injured necessitated, I the
ft'vicirity of Croix des hospitalization of his car which
ets-jn a sturdy GMC'Car- now reposes at Canape Vert.
en-'thy collided with a -Andyet ariother. Driving .back
-afmion :,strategically.~a",' .m-'C. ane Ghoucoune, again
trd the- highway, res *1 ear ny uro. ofL Sunday
o pick.! up passenger's mormng last, 'IlEHasboun
1958 .Cirryall struck the and h:" Vd"kswageni '" a sev-
n, rolled o n-one ere argument with;a-Petionville
then. balckon the, other Road Lamp port. Bouqui is now
weced. liBob'eri' iri. hospital with .r6ken jaw
fl:-u-1.S leg wound and and the VW is wrped.
i. to 'is head while& Al To.round-up the3pate of driv-
was ,ifttunate -to escape ingt.i;cidents Amri an residentt
.a-ad: contusions. As one hei'e Charles Talan borrowed
ner .of- thea.oiplefel Bob 'Dericlks ,or' y only
ed -stated "they were to have a .wle dtkp q while
S'A "t stands Bob 'is ex the car was j mdjin." Frtun-
five days in ately neither Mr. ad. Mrs.' Tail-
e Vei{\Hospital. Holding man or their sonSctt were in-
amiote they made the jre. u. -9.

SI-IJP WRECK ANNE-ARlE "
DOWN 4 -BARA1BAR
anth in the ONgi .,ef opi5 g fo the newspaper Le
li ...L'.-delner;" ocCured. bon' "?i'oly the Captain, (who each
iwhen the aalfrtat P".A, r5in.be yiJTnt;ptaftt of sink-'
ie -nder the' guidance 'of inhgs ft ariagedUr t'-escape,'
'Josepb Elie sank' in the and several members of-the crew,
of .Bar3deres .with "seven regained the shore by swimm-
Sabard -and a hea.Vy 1ng- .
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f6 Narrowly SUGAR TRENDS 75 YOUTH IN m I
.,r.i whtwee ,a n g; ess(Continued s from paP6 8) AT
pee rforl e Seventy-fiVe itan, eAmedt.ia
I acks inr f o. -res viewragai in March, and an andchiren r -tin.
-s or t n ief-the United States.reduces ur alities ae .-spqenodipn. .we.a'
completely cuts Cuba's lion's the. Camp a un...y Dockte.
which ro nif- the Uoi thed Sate Ha duces P uraa.tives .baerunk .syp ding, th Nab
by Qqr Roadside Reporter share -3,275,323- of the mark- tha Wilkinson in LimbeWiiN#
Six young Braves recently re et then it is likely that Haiti Haiti. -. "i '--
turned from studies abroad lost would be "included in the quota The' youngsters- left Portai'"i
their rental car and some skin upping of fief countries b make Prince July.4 4th-in.ach1."ere&'.
off ti noses Monday wheir noses Monday whthe U.S.en the deficit thheU.S. deficit. The Cogr- bus and return tori
car in whieh they were driving ess -introduced bill stated rhat 11th. : ,
dropped, saead on the' railway five countries' whose present th eig' i ol
ti-acks in face of..'the St Marc quotas are as loy..as 3,000.would studepts-'.ownTroifie.'"e_. Si
express or the. Cement special, be allowed-'to send.- 10,000.. tons ing-"s.;camp doun--ors-.d
It ias not yet been determined' each in the Syear 190qO. Ttie counr'- or andcP.ok:tl. e eam"pers"A"
which of the Iron Horse relics tries chosen are Haiti. Panama. li%' .barrackl1 'stLyle in. thL .frin5
was utilizing the raji at the time. Costla Rica, Taiwan .and the Ne- angelized -FieldsMis!on' .'
IReturning frboni-aia'Montrouis therlands. Further allottments- One of. the ghi]igl$.!o*
spearfishing safari, the green vould be"adp gna higher scale., camp: .il ex so
volkswagen, according to one to', other contributing cdantrjes. Henry Christdpe's'CireI
,version, was straddling the rail-" '71 .. '.. '," = .. SQC"


way line when its batteryy failed.
Four of the passengers inanag-'
ed -ta scramble .out of the ear.
and to safety as',the:,Epress train
clicl4ng. along af a cool twenty
kilometers an hour Iore down on
them., The train pushed-the tar-
off the rails njuring slightly (wo
of.its petrified qgcupants.
Among. those who narrowly es-
caped from" the fangs of. the iron
horse' were: Renold Borinefil,
Bibim Prezeau; .Alfred' Roy, Ed-
dy Riobe and.Ti George Wierdr.
.
'TWO KILLED IN-
CAMION -SMASH
S'Two- persons were fatally in-
jut'ed when' 'a camion 'entitled
Dessalines driven by Roger Jean
overturned 'on the Anse A Veau'
highwayy while transporting.. '16-
.passengefi. In -addition to the
Wvo&persons, idled the driver' and
L06 passengers w e r e seriously
injured.

ADLER CELEBRATES
CENTENARY HERE
-Severe Louis holder of ticket
number A-409, won an Adler
sewing machine Sunday last ,-
entennary 'of. Adler- at Radio-
diffusion Haitienne'. in Ruelle
Jeanty. -
The Adler sewing machine was
raffled by the Continental Trad-
ing Compan'y where Severe
Louis made a purchase on Jan-
u'ary'5th',lA b which enabled him
to..participate in the raffle.
A large number of guests at-
tended the drawing for the sew-
ing machine, Adler are repres-
ented in Haiti by Emmanuel
Ambroise, and the' raffle comm-
ittee was composed of Leo Pin-
chinat, Director of Gallery Pin-
'ehinat who .was., representing the
public, Roger Myrtil,, photogra-
.ikier, Daniel Guignard, Radio
Tl3JtU, Roger .4VIdNtineau of Ra-
diodiffusion lialtienne an drepre-
sentatifte of LU Jour, and Durce
Dumornay wvho took charge of
th drawing.


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Mr Jacques E. Brossard, Char-
ge d'Affair for Canada in Haiti,
offered a reception to mark the
*'Fete Nationale du Canada" on
July 1st at the Hotel Castel Hai-
ti. Mr. Brossard spoke on Tele
Haiti that same evening.


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Blue Bonnet Grade-B 8 59 or 42.50 Gdes.
Blue Bonnet Grade-C 5.80 or 29.00 Gdes.
Discount of $.30 cents or 1.50 Gde. byO100Ib sack oni:.
any purchase made directly from the Rice Mill at DE-
SEAUX (Artibonite Valley).
Discount of 4 per cent on purchases of 20 .sacks or
.more of rice.

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HAITIAN PRODUCED. RICE
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that the airline would serve Hai-
i ti until"it became economically
impossible. Ben Shindler predict-
ed that with the advent of the
anrgeover to jets this day is
not far distant.

'. Asked whether Pan American
World Airways was interested in
buildingg an airport for Haiti Mr.
,-Wollit replied, "wd were in real
estate, in fact landlords, once,
but we .were told to get out of
.this role by the aviation control
,-.piiple. Also we do hot have the
Snoney\ We have just purchased
53 jets, each one costing ;6,500 -
.000 to do so we had to borrow
"inoney from banks and insuran-
"e-'compamesJ,
"We are, npot putting Haiti on
the carpet,"continued Wollin con-
:,eding that PAA does not have a
Time, table to turn- its entire'
fleet into -jets.
TIME HAS RUN OUT?
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this laie date and stage of the Ihonorat stated that the dropj
season would do no good unless of Ihe $139 excursion f .t
heavily advertised as all PAA's New York to Haiti on thed
schedules' for flights, up until of the season did not help .
August, have been printed and, ers. This fare change came
distributed. out when PAA stopped sel
Although Mr. Wollin seemed their two Hotels in the Domi
reluctant to doubt the ability and an Republic. I
calculations of his IBM machine, The discussion ended witl
he said that he would take up final note provided by Albert
the matter of an extra flight on vera, El Rancho owner and
his return -to Miami Wednesday of the first to plug for Hai
this week. The question of tariff tourism, who stated that "a;
was not fully discussed but Mr. airport is our only salvation:,
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For proof of this just take a look New York-dowff to three hours.
around you which of your Your'entire business will change
neighbors does not have a jet and the capital of Haiti will be
airport?" for the tourists as close as a
The publisher of "Le Nouvel- suburb of Manhattan." Back on
listed" Max Chauvet asked, "Do a sad note Mr. Wollin conclud-
you think that the jet will bring ed that nothing can be done to
nore .tourists?" Wollin replied, convert or lengthen (he existing
"If you don't have a jet airport airport for jet use.
you'll have less tourist.7." SHINDLER V.*
Max Chauvet then ksked it the pAA, IBM MACHINE
projected jets ..woula Be abl. to Following airport discussion
be used for island .hopping, a El Rancho operator Ben Shind-
question answered by Jacques ler changed from jets to what
Honorat, Director of the Tourist -he called an "atrocity" directed
Office and vice. presidqit of the at the Republic's summer seas-
Caribbean Tourist_- Association, on. ,
who said that statistics -show "I.have just returned from vi-
that island hopping Ts less popu- siting 200-travel agents in three
ar-today because of political dis- U.S. cities," stated Shindler.
turbances in some of -the. islands. "Haiti is one of the most desir-
A question posed' by Ben ous of the islands and today we
Swindler as 'to whether the pis- could be filled with tourists but
on engine plane is sold as it thit last week has been disaster-
wears out was answered by Mr. ous "you..can't get a seal to
Wollin who stated, "We will re- Haiti for, three weeks." I '
place piston engine planes but Mr. Wollin countered Ben
he jets will bring about increas- Shindler's theme with the simp-
.d travel ana reduced travelling le logic that, "we are in business
ime between Poit au Prince and to make money, if there 'are tou-
rists we want to carry them."
I-He pointed out that his compahy-
'had 'an IBM. machine, (an adv-
SPERFECTED' anced mechanical' -brain.) and
MANY three dozen eniplbyees' who did
nothing else but compute trends
e" and all requests for _seats which
l l are recorded and ultimately ,go
into the-brain, (IBM.) Mr. Shind-
'er, whose hotel is full this week,
offered to show the letters, of
cancellation because of no air
space.
Admitting that his company
Swas going through a period* ofI
*I transition -selling and buying
.ircraft- Mr. Wollin maintained,
"if you. can' show, us bookingss
and no space then we, will' put
on- an extra'plane." His answer'
rs and Technicians however appeared to reply -gore
German Cities "o the proficiency of his IBM
IN HAITI: machinee than to' Shindler's de-
'tarationm :. /

L TRADING CO "Ben Shindi' called for anopter
Rue drect flight per week fro'mi>New,
York to Port au Prince to "sal-
AMBROISE '.'age the summer season." Tour-
GER ist Director Mr. Honorat pointed
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Grah your fliplpers and fy Noi th to Kyona today theie is a sea-
!d fiesta opening at ten that ''ill have even the mackerel mer-
e'ng. The young blades have organizedd a party with two orch-
itiras at Pieire D'Adesky's beach' resort... Jack Webster Assistant
super of Plantation Dauphin is off on vacation on the 13th...
"Barbo look off for San Juan Tuesday. He told the airport that
e is opening a Trader Dicks' style restaurant in the Virgin Is-
ds.... Jacmelian Lawyer Joseph F. Lemoine left Saturday for
SArbor Universily, Mich. to study social service for a
r US. State Department grant.. Jimmy Khourei is?,bac m
yng a year at Stephen Technical Institute in %-.G.3epsef s
h* es to satisfy his flare for writing by switching from chem-
.to journalism next year... Mr Jean-Richardot U.N. represent
e"in Haiti leaves oi vacation: next week and returns in Sept-
,;:with his wife and eleven year old daughter Nancy... Fern
ii,r .o.ace.-Minister.Councelor at the Washington Embassy
O 'h:iuso'kt Sui6dayy' winih daughters Elsie and Maryse...
r, French Commerrcial Attache Raoul Aglion spent half a
in town with lus v ife bidding hello and goodbye to his ac-
Lances here. Mr Aglion who was for several- years -U.N. resi-
presentlative has been transferred from Cuba to Venezuela.
takes every opportunity to visit Haiti... Luc Fouche 'former
I .Minister and Ambassador to Washington and Ottawa co-
er of the Cap Haitien newspaper "Nouveau Monde" in an
ge of letters with Gerard De Catalogne asked for his name
removed_from the paper's masthead... .
se -is-no '!tirte -season" in the Tourist Ihddstrj,.,tls Wmer.
icho Hotel is so packed tlirt they have had to'refit Montagne
dan Hotel Damballa. Some predict that July will be better
the pealk winter sqoon d jraas month of February... The
availability. of.- parklng- space on Place -Gelrard is ,caused.,
-.active attendants who collect ten cents parking tolls... 1M1a-
FTllerese Duvi"."r is down from New York where she holds
p secretarial job with Bon Aime company. Mile Duvivier who
iJ.arraine. lo her sister's child underwent a question
o af.e. hr arrival .. .
cqrdin'gtO. Le Jour Roland Lataillade is sick and tqtally "des-,
eS"a'n Is-ondeasoring to iLetrn pn-. hastepA his home land
.new Non-Apostolique. Mgr. Ferrofino aives in Port au
e today....Aii -article entitled- "Lei Tribulations.. of Louls-De-
S "i Cura'r.as'' published in Le Jour on Monday stated that the
osio: has'broken into factions.Cand is having a..difficult time
s l btephdik-WooleY Jr. is visiting. His father- Colonel Steph-
q is presently working in electronic, 1f Venezuela... Leslie Canet'
4 daughter are.dueback in -Taiti for holiday... The Electric
mpainyis to b6iild a dispensarQ, and refectory for its employees...
ir Fisher has retui tied from a business trip abroad... 8 Cubans
luding loiner Maj. General Jose Eleuterio Pedraza, chief of
of ousted Pre--ident Fulgenico Batista have moved to Jam-
ha after 17 months in the Dominican... La Fregate is reopening
."the Harr. Truniman blhd as a weekend night-club. La Fregate
4.th soft tights and orchestra will live from Friday till Sunday
m 9pm to 2am... The Casino expects to remained closed until
member under repair. Meanwhile .the bones will roll at the
li4era's plus'i gainin" rooms... Ambassador Jean Coradin is on
's first homeleave in three years from his post in Lima Peru...
ew York bound Wednesday were: Jean Lafontant, Gesner Joseph.
>ul-Emile Desdunea, Solange Chassagne, Marie Beliard...
UhMrs Roger Armiai.d led a "Magic Island" tour off to Eurupe'
yesterday. TIh Caribbean is smoking this week...

NAT. CHINA COMING

(Continued from page 1) sion and a first secretary will be
temporary quarters for the assigned from Taiwan in the
&wy diplomatic mission have near future; Mr. Kwei will re-
en arranged at the Hotel Cas- turn to his Havana post.
I Haiti. Ambassador Liu Yu- In Cuba there are 20,000 Chin-
Dii is expected here next week ese people compared to 60 res-
m Havana to launch the mis- ident in Haiti.


Once again, as happens repe- it-
edly, the Captain of the doomed
vessel regained the shore in co:m-
,any with a man known as ita-
p..:el. The 7 passengers [.u'ed WHAT MAKF;S A WEDNESDA
to reach safety.

I';-C'_ TING AT THE
BAN INCRES...
A supreme court injunction is-
sued this week barring the In-
ternational Maritime Workers C o u I U
Union from interfering with the
operation of the two Incres
Steamship Company's cruise ves- SO EXCITINGLY DIFFERENT"
sels "Victoria" and "Nassau" is T'I
hoped to put an end to the up-
set Caribbean schedules and can- FAMOUS BACOULOU
celled sailings of these regular VOO
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AMBASSADOR operate under the Liberian ;lag slups and to increase wage stan.
DREW DIPADRTS and are manned by Italian sea- dards which the union maintain
DREW DEPARTS men. According to the I.M.W.U are below U.S. standard rates.
SATURDAY their purpose- in picketing -..e Picketing --by "thl: Unin forced
Foreign Service Inspector is Victoria and Nassau over recent -the cancellation of three cruise
Ihe new post of Gerald Augus- months was to organize seamen ailing's 1 iY.,the- Victori and the' .
dn Drew. Ambassador of the _board the "flag[ aconvenience- -assiu. -
American Embassy in Haiti for The two Inc Line vessels -
the past three years, who will :
depart from Haiti for the U.S.
an July 16th to take up his ap-
pointment given him by Presid-
2nt Eisenhower.
A White House release on July -
st disclosed Ambassador Drew's
appointment following an exch-
ange of letters between Mr. Eis- H O TE
mnhower and the American Em-
Sassy chief. Gerald A. Drew sub-.
nitted his resignation on June .
:3rd, "in anticipation of an ass- Petionville
gnment to .the Department o': featuring
Eieote.r in h The Smart Saturday Night Club "
F president Eisenhower, in his
trew on July 1st stated, "I ac- LA RONDE
vritten reply to Ambassador 3 p.m. Until Late Closing '-
:ept your resignation in order *
iat you may assume the duties The El Rancho Duroseau
)f Inspector General of the For- Orchestra
?ign Service." Also contained in 'm'.p
Zhe letter was a commendation ltamng Nightly Except Sunday h'n lp ..
from the U.S. President to Am- hOSE WiO APPRECLA'E :
iassador Drew, "for the manner ".,
in which you have carried out TIlTHE BEST DINE
your assignment." AT EL RANCHO IlO1'EL
And always superb cutsinu
2 FRENCHMEN
OUSTED
(Continued from page I I
Information published here on / l//////ll//////////% / -,
Tuesday this week indicated that
the two French citizen, residents MEN'S SHIRTS ..
;i Haiti for more than 10 years,
were considered undesirable on dARVES
a report given by the Ministry
of Interior. Both men were jail- ANO14.RCIIP :
ed on the 25th of May day of HAN KERCHEPS
*the uncovering of an anti-gov-
erriment plot discovered by Hai- '
tiao government security forces
i0he Ministry of Interior report By 9A
is Believed to have stated -
that Vive and de Fourcault
were implicated in the plot IFA ,I
against the state. It was cited LIBE R A
that as an employee of the Inter-
American Geodetic Survey Vie
had been preparing maps for ex-
Ueq. former presidential candid- Ds ES
ate: Louis Dejoie who was said
to be plotting an invasion of Hal- LOUSE i


SEA TAKES YEr .
ANOTHER HAl rAN
SHIP AND LIVES '
"Mont-Carmel" a Hlaitian sail- FREEPORT S1OPPING CENTER
boat captained b.% Georges Le- F 553RueduQua
grand sank off At- Cayes with
seven passengers onboard on Ju- Dresses and ahiMts madeorn order
ly 2nd., according to the news. nd deloeed in 24 houH'
paper Le Jour this week. W )e ship to fke Stfates _.








P AGE 18 "HAITI SUN"

Mr and Mrs Albert Chauvel
Welcomed their first child, a
baby boy Friday.

.Marcel Lauture of Jacmel mar-
tried Linda Margaret Jacobson at
Lk the Sacre-Coeur church of Gard
S-ier, Mass., July 2.
SLovely Evelyne Guignard who
competed for the Miss Tourism
S- title of the Americas this year
eft the contestant field last
S, eight and became the bride of
S' the man who was her top cheer-
The two young men with the ger left for Canada this week by. leader, popular Serge Bazin, son
executive-look about town for the Panama liner. of ex-Senator and Mrs Louis Ba-
past fortnight are Peter L. Doty zn.
and William C. Rios of the Price Jean-Pierre Gardere son of Mr The young couple were marr-
Waterhouse Company of Puerto and Mrs Loulou Gardere is cam-
Rico. Certified accountants they ping'in New York for the holi- I'AN.MA LINE -- PANAMA
Share the best costumers of La days. CANAL COMi %!'
Belle Creole Soda Fountain. ** Tbe SS "Cristobal" of ,e Pa-
" * Mrs Bob Loughlih. returned to nama Line arrived from Cristn-
Going back to dear 'ole Ire. her home here this weejt after bal, C.Z. at 10:00 A.M. July "th,
land for two months vacation is a year in the U.S. Mrs Leouwin 1960.
I.Sandy (T.A.) Peden, manager of formerly Evelyn D'Adesky ret- On board were a total of 185
Citadelle Manufacturing Compa- turned with her lovely daughter passengers of which the follov.-
ny. They nfake twine in Derac "Holly Elizabeth". Husband Bob ing 15 disembarked at Port au
_.in North Haiti on the Dauphin is returning next %week by Pana- Prince:
C-.Plantation. Gordon Bennett from ma line with the family auto a Miss Kitty Bacr, Mr & Mrs
t' e Plymouth Cordage Company two-seater Triumph sports. Roy Carlson & 2 children 8, 6
:: of New England is filling in for * Yris., Mr Donald Clesca, Mr.
i Manager Peden. Marine Armand is expected Jean K. Desvarieux, Mrs Carl
.* home for a holiday this month. Fuller, Mr & Mrs George Hagi-
Spending the school holidays Martine who has been pursu- wara & child, Mr and Mrs Cecil
wiii 'New York are Jacques and ing studies in France and Eng- Morgan, Mr & Mrs Clarence Sit-
i.Soulouque (Daniel Fombrun) and land is now working with a Pa. tel.
Sth f water ski expert cousin ristan Travel Agency.
'Pilip Armand. * The SS "Ancon" of the Panama
* Doctor Andre Roy and Mou- Line will arrive from New York
Francois Ludeke and cousin mouche Lafontant were marTied at 7:00 A.M., July 10th, 1960.
Josilaile Theard are spending in a quiet civil wedding Thurs- On board are a total of 170
t'fhe holidays in a Camp in New day. p issengers of which the follow-
'York State. * ing 31 wi.lU disembark at Port au
* Jessie Ewald, daughter of Ar- Prince:
:Maurice Denis son of Mr and chitect and Mrs Max Ewald left Mr Jean A. Adelson, Dr and
'iJWrs Doudon Denis flew to the to Jamaica Wednesday morning Mrs Charles Bayas & son 2'i
,:States on vacation Sunday. to study secretarial work and Yrs., Mrs Frances Bijou & 3
.Gabriel Dorsainvil and Annette perfect her English. Friends of c.dldren 10. 8. 3 Yrs., Mgr Gio-
:Germaln were married in a 6:30 the- Melle Ewa!d gave her a viani Ferrofino, Dr Raymond
F. ceremony at the Sacre Coeur -endolf party-at Montana Tues- Francisque, Dr & Mrs David I.
. church of Turgeau Wednesday day night. She received friends. Frahk. Mr & Mrs Philippe Jour-
!'evening. to cocktails proceeding Cahane neault, Dr. Clermont Larache,
'- * Cucoune- St. Pierre's day eve Mr Gerard N. Martino. Mrs.
* Raymonde Risk Martino & child
S.'.Francou (Francoise) Desquiron Andy Ander6n- the popular 8 rooiths, Mr-i Mair. Falazzo.
ughter of Mr and Mrs Jean manager of Southerland Tours is Mr Robert PelouL, Mrs Aristide
fteglquiron departs this week for back fiom six weeks in New Petoia. Miss Marianna Petoia,
,' two month holiday in Canada's York with his lovely wife Ramo- r'rs E:iter B Pierie, Mrs Geor-
Ike country. wa. They will set-up house-keep -e Ney Piei re, Mi & Mrs Jean
* ing in the nev Anderson villa Rig,-id, Mi & Mis Joseph
Lawyer and Mrs Georges Le- "n Bourdon. Rosenldkl, Mr Numna D. Seme.



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led in a 6:30 ceremony at the
Sacre Coeur of Turgea last
night. A reception followed the
wedding at the Bazin home in
\venue du Travail.
wI
Carrying the distincu.,n of be-
*ng the first Haitian to enter the
"onservatoire National Superieur
de Musique de Paris for singing.
Melle Ghislaine Brii re retur-
led Thursday for her first va-
-ation in her homeland in five
cars. At the airport ..'.ere her
parentss Colonel and Mrs Fritz
'rierre and admirers and fri-
-nds. In her second 'year at the
"onservatoire, Miss Berorre it is





Choeur


EVERY FRID


hoped will give a concert before.
returning to continue 3 month;
years of voice study. '

Jaco and Colette Sassine clip-
pered to Miami Thursday. 7.-
* O
A vivacious Bonnie Lungwitz "-
looking extremely chic after 1i
months at school in Europe was-
welcomed to town Saturday by'y
her parents the Don Lungwitz-.
of Plantation Dauphin -. Bonnie
did her winter school months irr"
Betri Arosa, Switzerland and mi-
grated South to Cap NMartin-.-
iSouth of France) for the sum-.-|
mer classes.


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" HAITI S N


Constant Ignites

kL.'( litnuicn l' Irimt Ilai 'I I ) 1.'.cr ii-, es ]inm ldi cl.\ i (pI)I;- i, 1 i.s in
,ying hec fo.rtin s .L' I u l hr ci- by boindj l .i pir cul 't it I 'lied li:
p'c .I t ti dr, itrime t of th.- the \ahlll-: LCiO '.nu firo the dC o ti.e Sen
.tjti'al inhcritanc-, the Senate poit i n.,d- li. v che is of i.h,, i:. THE W
.4. PRepublic proposes: -that .urir, Conimr '., Po-.i au P,-ii.ner "'I am
j ee:e-xecuitie power, abeying to im vl.: al Ithf Sr. i&at: of th. I- ,' 1 ,,- 1 but
e.decssOin o collective effort i.,,lic. Fort au Prince, on Tues hat the I,
'WA! by the whole country to da:, July." 5th., 196. 15, l y J-.cmel ha
t-'t.b ,'<11, decrees in urgency. of tie Iiildepend-r.,:e.i solution
hcapabilitt of functioning jn "\'ALle rc-,ad.os2 lithese prijlj. em and w
j.' an Territory any Insur- tloni Senator Co.i:..i;it a-l: I i 'ecnts i'
.A; Comp.ar;*. Haitldn or Far- I 6c,.ht ol the, urgence aLId mnn. ieer tend
-P hica ojould refuse to ie- i-diale ate. incr'av c
It per cent of the values SEN.1'. Vi(;. A[1 1'H. ,r ,.c doct
red in Haiti under the form i ', iT.?IIL :, i'.;.Ot.!fPSIf '.(. erent."
'Aisurancc policy." .-'JiSV.'i i'n; o lthe call [:, r AB
f; 'ie ciond pioposifion laid of ij ur;criLe. Senior Banhu:" .t this
e the Senate Friday _was- -i". .Jddes'.ed the floor and esa-d ,itor C
use ol the perilous situa- iin .stl'.,l i'.': lf -'e %oe e 1i : nlihon-Lrne
at the Haitian community g e c e it means t h.a t v.c niser. A
S in':. lotday. considering that. lil\e i :l.e:': pir p :.sitLior.S 'i. h
r -the duty of the grreat pow- ,. r-i.. nt thi'. Srnat., a ad tl'i- from his
i..f the State to gixe satisfac- ".s- [-t iin iC:nis ULi.t v ae art c nr- and
to .the large national major- :ntormed of the question. ri I gra\e f
Which bought its entire ad- the Stvrnatr dol 's not .-It_'.e lP Ii: .hat the F
sion... to the call of the leader it is teady to consider the '1i mrmic cris
!,t .-.:,!tion "tow'ards a collect- ;on and approve it. 1 .
or-f to ensure the salva- "'It is evident that th- h:.il. darug
n -of all; [' -p. tls. m'vsti not be frozen a, -_ .
'The Senate of the Republii in.:st be- put ini the ecoi'llii i .id is.iltis
oposes. That the Execuli\e :te of thE country; the q les.- e t;i: '.nl
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-ian citizen
It was a f
1957 rincd
this s5 stem
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Senate


n[purimni andl miut ':c
* a spue-il Comnr i: o
atce. ." -. -

not iagI st I". p O
I n:.- r-l m.i-nil i. "
alk oi tie President i
is shown the mcan:- to
of the I-H.liti p '- ,
e know that the i:' i,
.self under t"e -fo: .-
ancies Fasc;sn. I
ind conm'miiiism. ih s,
trines are c .itiuel l I

OUiT FASCESM
jiincture -f t[e d;'.-I
onstant asked S-;.i'
e to make i pe.a .
t this moment th. i. .
until then lha :' ., ,
seat, v.enit to lt.- I .
stated, *T.ie nml)',. .


or Haiti, acc)rCnl: I- :
Pies:dent said the -...-
sis is sharp.
ate ta'c. ts in li t
the- election Is -L' ha.,
ts nimbemine;ts. A v-,a;
l Esro', tascism n L
tion of saving ths-
it %hat he w.intn'lr
, was reduce the Hal
to the state of peo.i
fascist st system thait ih
to take the power -
Suserd th.n the C-il
h Clergy."


BO.NlO'.Il,'.s QUICK
ANSWERS
Le Matin continued that at tili
part of the expose the President
it the Se:iate- emphasized to Se
utor Briiohoulne that le '.'-as
oitig a"a:. I 'm rlihe que ,uiinl
ind .,anted to consuit the ;iss-
:-niblb to know i this a.en.bl;,
,'.as propcrl3. and sufficienti' ii,-
tormed.
In reply Senator Bonihonmmei
. claimed, "I hate been sdeile-ed
lere 1 will hand in my resign-.
.1lon to tlhe President of the i.c
*kablic. (becoming calmer lie
o .rtinued, i "'This iascist se.cto
':cpt on using the same fact.ois
to Ihuit the government's 'Aotil;.
I know that ii the government
fails in its progress of iilii.tnal

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alhvation I'U i n shi
%hole family."
'Coining hack agahi
-os.?, Senator Bunhon
..d, "Before making
we must make a c-
vlth cool heads "
Senator Boniliahmnu
..e Matin, \ ent back
ig Uhat he reti eat,.d
triton and said that
iitiolii of Senatul Conl
Before a special corn
..itor Constant. at t
alk.e-dl abon ti Me (
the Go\ei nament to
aiII proiLc ets and u.1l f)
i i J5ropositiont
OPPOSITION AI
liESILESS
Senator Bonhomm,
tr' an alli.siin trunm
stant, replied, "Whlk


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Haitian archilectl-re, e quiisite culiine an d co.:te | :.: i ." *'! ai.'t .1 h 't-rimi of tropical i '- s
andl gardenils Ithe lot m l)il[!i. om il h' iii In'%-'l :;.,_ i. .'. i-, ltl:h : i;,' ii l'r 9- iI;iainhbitiivd ;and tih ,
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1 eabl me hat th cL'e p rees- and I1he
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. itn l I I' i -. U.S.A.. I learned t th at e liarni .

Senate leGaston Jumehate had oe front of
10to hI %a l Coi, e w co tinued on page 20 h
nine derl,', gave a glress conference lanter.'

ireful -;.,td "Christian Science Moniet .
Diirie this conference Dr. i :iti
CiIIW1 firelie gave to himself the tri.. t tl.e '
diL'' Pu,,- Patty. He pressed the Gove, rn-,- _,
th p:,[^..u- i nint of the Um nited State it ..to

EKOsin ,: I -'Hailian s Gnvernllmenr becausete 1 ',
the^ Trib ri'.latter had be'ousne Commi;i.. i-
he Tm Iliiiro Dr. J-ic-rtle also declared at the
it -eie uL lfre that the press r and Ii'e of







io I aa, in (Co.itinued on page 20,


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T.I.utrw...







"HAITI SUN"


SUNDAY JULY 10TH, 1960'1


IN HAITI THIS WEEK
(Continued from page 2)
Roger Wollin, Public Relations Manager for the Latin American
Division of PA NAM in Miami spent two days here this week
with wife. Dorothy and their three children John, Gregory and
Melissa.
Christian Germain, PR for Pan Am here has arranged at ElI
Rancho a meeting for Mr. Wollin with some members of the
Press and the Director of Tourism Jacques Honorat, Ben Shindler
,fianager of El Rancho. (See the story on page 1)
Roger Wollin wha has been in Haiti many times said that he
just knew the country after driving himself through the street
of Port au Prince in a rented car.
Two sister from Grosse Pointe, Michigan, Janet and ludith
Mueller and their girl friend Catherine Florance a Teacher from
.- Minneapolis invaded our shores this week. Janet. a promising writ-
er is completing her studies in literature and Judith is majoring
in the history of art at the University of Michigan.
These three "Bebes" who came here for two days have prolcnr,-
ed their sojourn to five. They had their reservations made at El
"' Rancho but by lack of rooms available there they are staying
at the Damballa Hotel. They are three proficient meringue danc-
ers. Judith paints and plays guitar, Janet paints also. "This
Country is wonderful, said Kathy, it grows in everybody who can
see beauty and feels.
Dr. David Weinman of New Haven, Connecticut and his wife
Elizabeth are staying 3 weeks at the Oloffson.
Mrs. Geraldine Chatterton from New York and her daughter
Elizabeth, a High School girl are also guests at the Oloffson. i
Mrs. Chatterton's husband Charles works in jet engines for Pan
Am at Iddlewild, New York.
Engineer Robert Hinman of Fort Collins, Colorado, his wife
'. rances and two daughters Carole and Barbara, two students
,' flew down here this week in company with Mrs. Florence Rhoades
: and her daughter Marsha from California. Carole is compleiiing
.her studies in nursery at Lorette Heights College, Colorad. The
two other girls are in High School. They have bought four big
.drums from Ceasar of the El Rancho where they stayed, for 2 days
'-. The International Casinor was transferred Friday night in the
Riviera's Bamboche Room and Dinning Room which were remrod
eled by talented Haitian Architect Albert Mangones into a glarn
i':"orous Gambling Room, as we asked him to make a statement;
.-.'-"In my opinion, said General Manager Jack Friedlander, tius
I Casino is a credit for the tourism, and it helps the Riviera. But
"-this is not an answer. The answer is that the new Casino which
is being built on the Exposition Groundst will serve the Country
and the Public. It will be big and glamourous."
Mr. Fritz Noymer of the New England Manufacturing (leather
goods) is visiting Haiti this week. He is current guest at El Rancho.
Mr. Lawrehce Olinger, a history teacher from Los Altos, Calif.
and, his wife Paula are staying ten days at the Oloffson.

EXODUS TO BAHAMAS
(Continued from page 1) -lacing in danger the reputatLon
came about last year following of our country, that of our gov-
'..the drastic ;drought in the North- eminent and also the liberty
.est and according to the Nas- and dignity of those poor iomin-
.,dau Herald story the illegal ent- patriots that those negriers, ithe
ries into that island has increas- name given the slave boats,) of
ed rather than declined. In its the Northwest exploit to get
June 29th edition the Nassau from each one of them 150 gour-
paper cited that, "almost every- des, ($39.)
day reports arrive that another "This exposes them, on top ot
group of Haitians have been ar- everything else, to the dishon-
rested. We know that the pto- boring a "vexatoires" of subLal-
blem is not new." ternes of London to whom o,,r
It was suggested in the Le country and its history can, if
Matin editorial of a year ago it is necessary give lessons of
that the British Government be pride, of "savoir-vivre" and
a. approachedd so that an agreement comportment of man towards
.be made which would fix the the European."
annual quota to be accepted to According to a headline story
the Bahamas. "It seems that ih Le Matin this week, Friday.
". nothing, has been done," stated* the price offered for the Haitian
Le Matin, "and the contraband. migrants has not been elevated
not to say the illegal trade, went from $30 "For the Bahamau.,
?:- on and on without diminishing: Haitians cqst $30 a Head."

SiFOR EVERY OCCASION

SHOES
.( ,- * .


Latest Haitian Mode s
(Continued from page 1) sion of the Candlewick weave -
woven, entirely Haitian hand the cloth chosen for drapes in
picked, cleaned, twisted and dy- the Security Council Room of the
ed to form a 2-ply cotton of the
iame warp and weft in widths
of 50" or 30".
Hand sewen into simple yet
stylish line enbroidered frocks
this versatile material also mak-
as handsome sport shirts, chic
slacks, shorts or "at home" ev-
.:ning skirts all bursting with
.1 profusion of brilliant color in-
eluding a cosmopolitan off-white. -'. ll
vibrant blues and greens, (these
are also utilized in harmonious
combinations,) orange, shocking
pink; colors exuding luscious
earth tones and tropical hues.
In keeping with the native col- -. -
or harmony the off-white was
chosen from the cheesecloth '-.
worn by the people in the count-
ry while the Carabella Blue der-
ived its origin from a famous
Haitian manufacturer of blue ITRODUci


denim.
In some cases the new addi-
tions to the fabric's apparel line,
(the Elsa Armand dresses,) are
lined with contrasting colors of
imported fabrics but in all cases
the cotton material is like a na-
tural insulation cool during
the summer weather and comfor-
table in the cooler months. It is
here that the multitude of co'-
ors play their strongest hand to
determine the seasons.

Whichever style or fabric is
chosen the Armand materials fit
in an:,where whether it be at the
p,'olEde, cocktail party ut din-
ner table. Priced in a range
from $12 to $25 the Elsa Armand
styled dresses are manufactured
exclusively from this new fabric
which is a slightly thinner ver-


SENATE FIREWORK
.(Continued from page 19)

Haiti was going to the left. 1Ie
made this declaration, as did
Jumelle, on the basis of the
Presidential talk at Jacmel."
CONS ANT VS BONHOMM]E
According to Le Matin Cons-
tant began to speak again to de-
fend his propositions. He empha-
sized the measures against the
evasions of capital which
exist in other countries whether
they are communist, fascist, or
democratic.

In spite of all this Senator Bo-
nhomme declared that he would
vote against the urgence and ac-
cused Senator Constant of tising
blackmail by pushing the Sena-
tors to vote in arguing the pre-
sidential talk.
Senator Constant replied, "The
blackmailer is you. You are res-
ponsible for the situation that
has existed throughout the coun-
try for the past 33 months."
In the face of the heated "dis-
tJssion" the President adjourn-
ed the meeting.


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S.S.PlansNew Aid To


Constant
Ignites Senate
Fireworks

Once again Senator Victor N.
vers Constant has generated
Senate explosion this time witl
two propositions which, acconi
panied by the resulting turor
were published in Le Matin Fri
A, day this week.
The following i, a translation
of the Le Matin's observation o
Senator Constant's reply to "qu
estions of general interest" and
his presented proposals which
Provoked "animated debate" ac.
cording to Le Matin:
First proposition presented by
3enator Constant was, becausec
of the extremely difficult situa-
Lion through which the HaitielA
Nation is going, considering that
it matters to protect the nation
l saving and to favor the ;n-
vesting of Haitian capital, con-
sidering that many, millions of
dollars coming from the ;we At
"bf' fHitim tfe#reiijge in forogn
land" and contributing to am-
,(Continued on page 10)
SElsa Armand models one of the .new style 2-ply cotton Undesirable
i ,dresses which. have received wide acclaim -in ait andUndeirable
ad. La Belte Creole are the exclusive agents.
Frenchmen Deported


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here is no product more auth-
cally Haitian, in its color and
mission of the country's per-
Bty, than the new Elsa Ar-
dresses made from the ex-
,'tLes Tissus Armand'.' cot-
b!ric.
. exclusively in Haiti by
Bel.e Creole these original
..aimng dresses are Haitian
r.lber to finish. Inspired by
lush color and> styled
Sthe' "sack" garment of
cbff,'s "Marchands," the 2-
0tohton materialled dresses
created to follow the fabric's
pniality and the personality


Sinese Legation To
Established Here
-'Haiti for the past fortnight
ig ground work for the est-
shment here of Chinese di-
iatic representation has been
.lTsung-Yao Kwei, Consul at
nationalist China Embassy
_vana, Cuba.
is the last post for us,"
Kwei, a native of
c China, this week, expl-
that his country has re-
Etagti ih all other Latin
ean countries barring Hai-
:'(Continued on page 17)


of the wearer, whether she be
of exhuberant or simple taste.
The fabric chosen for the Elsa
Armand creations is all hand-
(Continued on page 20)
1


Sited as "undesirable" by a
presidential 'decree signed at the
National Palace on June 30 were
Marcel Vive and Emile Weber
de Fourcault, t wo Frenchmen,
who have been ordered to be
reportedd.
(Continued on page 17)


PAA JET CONFLAB
WOLLIN TALKS TO PRESS
Despite the transition from prop to jet propelled aircraft sched-
uled for early 1961 Haiti will not be stranded without an air
service. Mr. Roger Wollin, Pan American's Latin Division Pubh-
rity Chief, made the promise, speaking at a press conference held
in the El Rancho Hotel Tuesday evening.
STILL AIR SERVICE FOR HAl that meanwhile Pan American
Wollin expressed alarm over will continue to serve the island
recent newspaper reports citing and give it all the air service it
Hotelier Ben Shindler's address needs as. long as possible."
to the Club International de
Commerce in which he stated. OBVIOUS FATE
"Haiti's position in the tourist "It takes no aviation experts
industry is critical and hangs or technician; to comprehend
in the balance. We have been the ffile of Haiti's tourist indus-
officially advised by Pan Aine try if all her competing Caribb-
rican Airways that just as quick- ean neighbors have jet airports
ly as they receive a delivery and Haiti doesn't."
of jets which will be within I


the next few months they will
discontinue operating piston eng-
ine planes which now connect
Haiti with the outside world."
"Haiti's need for a jet airport
is obvious," stated Mr. Wollin
commenting on Ben Shindlet's
speech, "but I want to point out


Following Mr. Wollin's prom-
ise of "air support" for Haiti Ben
Shindler asked him just how long
PAA could keep up a pisopn pla-
ne service as he had been told
by Pan American officials. dur-
ing a recent trip to New York,
(Continued on page 161


Latin


Ike To Confer With

Herter On New

.Ambitious Program
a
h The United States has decided The temporary White Hou
to undertake a new and ambiti- Newport, R. I., disclosed th.
* ous program of economic assist- neral outline today. It was
" ance to Latin America to count- pected here that the Pres
er the Communuist economic would give full details of
n and propaganda offensive in the new approach to closer
f Western Hemisphere according American cooperation next
- to the lead article in the New after conferences with his
York Times Saturday. advisers.
The program stated AJilliam Similar to Marshall Pla
J. Jorden writing from Washing. The new program, along
ton has been given priority in lines of the Marshall Plan
the Administration, and Presid- European recovery, will be
ent Eisenhower has assumed the signed to demonstrate cle
lead in advancing the proposal. the advantages of cooper
with the West world as opp
EXODUS TO aidthe Communists, sources

BAHAM AS It is hoped that. the new
Sgram will .discourage any o
-- Latin-American country 1
STRIKES. NATIONAL following the .path. broken
DIGNITY. org ,fe Ofdel sat -th
Mass exodus to neighboring Soviet bloc.
Caribbean Islands by Haitians, Il, view of what the Pr si
thought to be in the main from has called Cuba's "deliba
the Noithwest, has reached 'al- campaign of hostility against
arming proportions" according United States," Cuba is to
to the "Nassau Herald" of June excluded from the new ass
29th. ance program.
Illegal as the mass "migrat- It is hoped, informants a
ion" is the movement is not that the development progi
new and was bought before the will be sufficiently effective
public by the Le Matin in an convince the Cuban people i
editorial well over a year ago perhaps the Castro regime t
that urged that the public pow- it has been. in error in its p
ers be on the elert and clamp cies.
down on those transgressing. It was learned heMp that
An upsurge in the number of program had, been under stu
Haiitans leaving this country for some time. But there v
(Continued on page 20) (Continued on page


Multi-skilled


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SIIn Haiti This Week


AS RECOUNTED

BY

j AUBELIN JOLICOEUR

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Americans away trom home never had a ni r. u uo:'ah'e -lli
:' of July celebration than the one held at El Rancho Monday nimit
. Whim of fate, "tres nmdependante" Muriel Shindler, [he "Patronne"
celebrates her birthday on the ith also. She invited all the gie;',ts
'to celebrate with her both her birthday and the U.S. Independence
Day. At the Bar drinks were served free..A large party of Haitit.mn
' girls and Haitian couples brought a local atmosphere to the cro vi
,The m.sui provided by Edner Guignard and ius oiehestra has
I~ never ceen so captivating. It all inspired rantic jo,'.
- Elizabeth Pola Noustas. "sweet and twenty", is now fully a'\,"
s,-`.that "youth is something which will not endure." Ebeth ,hi-ser
birthday is July 5 started celebrating it at El Rancho Mond_.2
eightigh t in an atmosphere of unparalleled joy. Her party mcludedl
t '.holy Mera, her guest from Puerto Rico, Najelah Hakime. Benn:,
r.N-Tgaumann, Butch Ashton and Ti-Ge Chancy of Olivetti.

Yoinng and capable Dr. Victor Laroche arrived here Inst c.eke
aDter two years of specialised studies at Columbia Uiuversityr
.' tMedical Centeri and some other important U.S. Unnversities si.chi
.uas Cornell University iN.Y. Hospital. New York University iBel-
A-levue Hospital. He has received lus Master of Public Health and
"i as been entitled Specialist in Tropical Medicine and Preventixe
I'Medicine. Dr. Laroche is now a f ,Member of the Ameirican Public
,Health Association and Member of the Civil Defense Corps State
--;;.of Michgan.-,Lef ushope.that tire Hraitian Public ilealth.Depart-
'tient wll-i,etaliJshwitCh' the..nelp of Dr. Laroche a division of
i TroRicat.:nd. PreventiVe Medicine.in Haiti. as it exists so efficiea.i-
.: ly la .'Pueoto R.co to prevent endemic diseases such as typhoid
"ands1nal. pox. Dr. LaroRhe wad preceeed here last weed- by his
-i.feP aialette, Secretary of their Permanent Mission of Haiti in
.- ONU r'id le ember of the Haitmia Delegation at the XIV Session
P' of this-.rgariization.

V A more avid or accomplished trio of Meringue exponents than
-i.'Marjorie Mowl, Suzie Martin and Mary Middleton, three pretty
%isilors froom Washington, D.C., would be hard to find on the
Island. Local members of the HPBA expressed incredulity at e
girls' tireless energy which, word has it is to be exercised d on
0 'n-other visit next Mardi Gras. Marjorie works as a research analstr
i'r -the -American Council on Education in aWslungton, Mary
J iches school antd Suzie is a nousewde.
.Un .group of eleven from the Young Men Catholic Associatiore
t-MCAl of Boston arrived herr la-st Thursday for five days at the <
q. hotel l Villa Creole. The.party led by Aliss Elaine M. Plulfips A:s-
-'istnt -.dult -Program Director was in a recreational and 'd'-
icarionad -"otuin the-Caribbean including Jamaica. Haiti, Domiiiiu.
can -Republic, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. YMCA is ;in In.
ter natiopal..organmzation .\whose tlic members aun. to meet pjpeoe
o:..';a personal base. Miss.,Phillips hopes that this tlur.i' the ILrst
S.of several others,. '

American Wvriter nl.- n Sack from New York City arrived IerI'P
this week for .three months to finish his fourth book elitaled
WI-HAT AUNT IDA SAW 'IN RUSSIA. John who is onl 30O has
wrillen THE BUTCHER (about the climbing of Matxtains in
Pf'u published in 1952, FROM HERE TO. SHiIMBASlil (nbo'i
.hi' service in the U.S. Army in Korea) published in 195, REPO!;l"
.: FROM PRACTICALLY NOWHERE about his tour aroirnd L'(
world). published in 1959. He writes also about humour ar.d Tra' e!
for American Magazines such as The New Yorker. Holiday ,,
quire and Playboy. After two days down at tie Grand Hote: Ooff-
;.-.son he moved to the Chatelet de la Montagne Noire.
Beautiful and lively blonde Jane Mason flew here last Saturday
f:,...Irom Dominican Republic en route to Caracas. Jane said that
she's a movie actress from Paris and that she has played in Les
: Bonnes Femmes, "Crack in a Mirror" with Olson Wells and that
&.he Aas sharing the leading parls wilh the Brasiliarn actor Ca'ios


Salgado in "The Changing Tides" which is being produced pi "
Kolimar Productions in Puerto Rico. Jane got here v. ihout res-
ervation for Haiti or a visa for Venezuela. She stayed here till she
could get a visa for Caracas. The movie actress was look!i;i ''.
,or -"in homme",n sih saaid SILtrd:;y' night iat Ihe Casino "VWI> a i'
headake to the gaf'nblers ni the il.de- she .'as playing FBlac; J ,cir
i1i gLI'nst the ll mieni:fir, principles \While the Gleek Pulosopti.,
DiOgene- called the CO.nical weint by. tL:; sirlet i- .\lienls one d i:,
b', noon tini v. ith a ilim p I'aniernc) a,_ i a ?ljn. .rii- w. L
toiu-ed the Choticoune's fLoor ten times .:ti rd;:_ , ght '..Ith d'L .LI
glasses on ioolang lor hers. She iia:- [found Iher Ma:L in a Hi tia.
-hIe ha.s inet Sunday e,'eniig and tlie next i s she C;,e-cl..d o d .
from her hotil to join him in his horn. in Pet,orn'ille.
Miss Ruth Le'\, an airtit of the Grtaphic Deparini-.:l t thi 1
i.P spent cifivet dlas hcre this reek. Sthe was guess. at 1:1' O.o[l:
Miss Claire Pteiler of tlhe air department of the Pets, i--Lild -
see- Tiavel Service ne of St. Petersburg, Fla was g'-cst at : i A
Montana for two da.s thJs \cek.


Teachers Charlene Dittrnar and Kay Veers from Wiscon.n ia.
It\ed here Tuseday rented a car the next day and clrovr- thern el..-
to the Cap and the Citadel. The:' are current guests at t'. M..:,-
lana.

Mii-r. Se'den and Linda Sn.dclr are definitely two PR EXlenird
"r.r Hatil in N'ew York Back in the U S. those two Exeec it ics
'.ill certainly claim that Haiti is the Land of the Joie de Vil re
They were taken under die good cares of Albert Silvera and
David Talamas. When David switched to' Betty Jeair Zir-iac
',ho arrited T'l-esday with 11ariann'e G.ordanni for a three weC.-
.-_,ojoiun i L Choucoune Pi:rre D'Adesk. of the IKyona Beach \cia
available lor lo'.ely blonde Linda. Mira and Linda were 'ggues s
at the El Rancho.
Peter Doty and William Rios, Accountancy Consultants for PRICE
WATERIIUUSE & CO iegretfully tMink of leading -Haiti Ihis week-
nild with their mission accomplished at'La Belle Creuol. They
have spent about a month here.
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Multi-Gifted Italian Artist Galliano


,."Jark of all trades" and master of them nil is 51-year-
|re GaIllano, italian horn Director if the Salon deb Arts
art rnod antique gallery whose every corner displays the
-skills ol its owner.


Foi, and opened six
'ago, Salon des Arts
s'incredulity f r o mn visit-
from the front entrance of
le and bronze" to the key
h rear door all were
le- by their owner Andre

Urn in Alessandnra, (Piemon-
.:taly, Galliano neatly fits
true conception of the gen-
artist. Tall and slim with
eying hair the amiable
.xudes art with every
nit and even sitting be-
.typewriter makes the on-
feel as if typing_ is yet
form. of artistic expres-

jis the only word to de-
Sail~ano's profession, and
s leaves wide- scope, for
Spends much time
es Workldng on land-
drats "nd geometric
on hs, e cin also be"
g tables, carving an-
candle estirks, for-
I'mitation marble and bron-
or perhaps making door
and keys.
fre Galliano rccci\vcd his
training at an Italian Art
ezyind -s& underwent Ar-:
tlir,'l study in Italy for 3
SQu.Ic spoken and manner-
alliano proved modest
:approached this week ab-
a painting.. c ret: but sign-
that his carnaseshlad been
oiws" in Pime, Mil:.n. Ven-
dad Paris, and mno', Haiti,"
ommentcd
e year; A.dre Galliino
P.i ci'y Dlrecz-. uo Pagl-
.,uime one of the larg-
most important factor-
t Italy. It was this post
bought the artist to Port
ce to set up a Paglieri
for the capitals 1919 bi-
r,. It was planned that


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'ed article on a par with a
factory manufactured key.
Try taking a piece of white
oine and carving something sim-
ple and then take a close look
it one of Galliano's "Bronze"
ldnAineiLc finished in nnrd la i..


.lan lesuc. s, lI ugu n guiLil U
'3alhano would stay in Haiti for ,ier and a maze of tiny carved
15 days; that 15 days has, to flowers and delicately figured
late extended itself to ten years. scrolls. Only one thing gives the
Being secretary for the Syn- ..orks away as not being auth-
licate of Beautiful Art, Rome, entic the weight, the wood is
\ndre Galliano is an acknow- very light and such is Gallian-
edged authority on architecture, .'s artists' nature that he makes
quite aside from his painting tal- no attempts to disguise any of
?nts, and performed the inter- his carvings.
or work on the residences of ex-
President Paul E Magloire and Beautifully carved work can
Col. Marcaisse F. Prosper two also be seen in Andre Galliano's
of the many houses and build- Salon in the form of frames.
ings he has beautified. These too are carved from ply-
Salon des Arts- is a -glowing wood and stained and creased
tribute to the skill and ingenuity to give that hundreds of years
of the artist. Rather than try to old looktwhich buyers of antic-
hide the. fact Galliano proudly quities find so absorbing.
clasps visitors by the arm and But just as Galliano likes to
leads .them outside to view-the
marble facade with.' tall bronze
bettering. The expensive and ef- ;-. -
fective looking marble,.. Andre -. -
Gauliano swiftly points out, 'is
nothing-less ..han plain common i
ply wood -- _or rather was until r. 1 , .. .- -
Salon des-Arts' -owner took over ;.-- .
.and commenced work on it.
With obviously painstaking la-
bor and skill Galliano has tran- il .: B
stormed dreary ply wood into
genuine looking marble by paint-
ing it and so faithful is his ren- w o rk s
edition. that even close examina- nK
tion does not reveal thm secret '
',hind the. flowing twists and
twirls. But all that is necessary .i-:
is the tap of a pencil on the
:Marble" wall to convince one .
that here. indeed is the ultimate '
in supreme art deception.
Being an interior decorator Gal-
tino naturally designed his own
:trac;ive display room and then
,et t -, t building it himself. He
built the ceiling, lined the walls
builtt all the shop furniture, (in-
-Iiding several antiques, I and
-en constructed his own style
ocks for the front and back
doors. Yes, even the door keys
were made by him -- filed from
-,lid pieces of bronze into a fin- l


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s-the new Dadlani Store on the corner of Rue
ie Foi is surely a "Little Europe" stocked with
merchandise from all over the world with emphas-
1findian Products. "Little Europe" also means Free
prices.


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recreate the past with his copies Standing side by side with'Gal--
of antique caring ind frame liano's works are those of lead-
work. so also does he take a ing French and Italian ,artists'; i
complete reverse and become and Ga!liano maintains that his-" ":S
contemporary with his fascinat- art display is directed' at the .-k
ing geometric abstraction paint- local people and not for the be'
ings. Each is rich and stylized nefits of just the tourist.'-Sever- A:
i. its colors and each bear a al antiques of Florentine origin -
short inscription from the painter repose on a small studio end-',
in explanation. These modern- table and among these are sev
-stic works sell for 125 dollars eral picked up by the Salon's '
each. owner during his travels which
Although a yellow artist com- are too sentimentala" to be sold.
mented this \\eek that Galliano's Encouragement to Haiti's own
laud sc-apes were "flat," and artists is being given by Andre
lacking in true perception the Galliano and apart from the doz- '
numerous scenes possess a lot en pupils he is currently teach- .i
of color and draw the viewer ing, he is willing to display the ..:
towards them. Portrait work is -"ork of a promising local-paint-' .'I
another accomplishment of can- er Chief among the Haitiari''"'
vas by the vibrant Italian and painters' works on display at An- "-
he has been commissioned in dre Galliano's is a full-view of:r.
the past for portraits of leading a Haitian peasant woman clad.-..h:
Haitian and American figures. in colorful and much disputed "
Landscapes at the Salon des -American flag material. The art-
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no doubt that the steady deter-
ioration of relations with Cuba
and the fear that Castroism
would spread had speeded action
A by the Administration.
The program for improving the
effectiveness of Inter-American
economic cooperation was the
most important recommendation
made this week at a two-day
meeting of the National Advisory
Committee on Inter-American
Affairs. The group, which inclu-
des the President's brother, Dr.
Milton S. Eisenhower, urged that
priority be given to the recom-
mendation.
The committee met under the
chairmanship of Under Secretary
of State Douglas Dillon.
In view of the urgency of the
program, Secretary of State Mr.
Christian A. Herter flew back to
Washington from his home in
t Manchester, Mass.. tonight for


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a conference with Mr. DUion be-
fore the latter's departure for a
European trip tomorrow.
The Secretary is to fly to New-
port for discussions with the Pre-
sident Monday.
The purpose of the program is
o.0 raise living standards through-
out the Americas and to improve
not only economic strength but
social factors, such as health
standards and education.
It is considered doubtful herc
that the new program in its ini-
tial stages will involve a vastly
:nereased outlay of United funds.
-fhere probably will not be time
for the kind of careful scrutiny
Congress is likely to insist on be-
'ore it agrees to allocate addi-
*ional appropriations.
But sources here considered it
virtuallyy certain that Congress,
. vhen it reconvenes after the na
tional political conventions, will
.e asked by' the Administratioi.


Developments in Cuba have
impressed officials here with the
consequences when forces of na-
tionalism and discontent are har-
nessed to a evolutionary move-
ment. It is hoped that by moving
quickly and effectively the 'other
\merican states, with encouta-
;ement and help froin the United
States. would be able to prevent
lie kind of deterioration in in-
er-American relations that h.as
'een caused- by Cuba.
-The United States Government
?an be expected to urge behind
'.he scenes that Latin-American
governments, some of which im-
ose no income tax and 'others
hose tax on incomes in nomi-
Jal, revise this. Without some
action of this kind, officials here
believe there may be continued
divisions between the wealthy
jnd-.-the needy in many Latin-
American states.
'It wai learned. too, that some
ftcials here are concerned ab-
out the policies followed by some
united States companies in Lat-
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and wage rates prevailing irf
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Consider the program and to
make new funds available.
The first emphasis of the pro-
;ram, however, will be better
utilization of money already ap-
.ropriated under the Mutual Se-
curity Act and other legislation.
It is believed that the United
States will propose establishment
of a new inter-American agency
that would make economic deve-
lopment its primary business
and would reek to agiee on prio.
cities among various projects
and countries.
United Stales officials are
known n to be eager to impress
leading groups in Latin America
of the urgent necessity for them
io contribute more to their in-
ternal economic development.
The feeling is strong here that
-.ome governments and many in-


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"HAITI


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bilious Aid...
hat little can be done officially has been under study for month
o enforce standards. But it is considerable planning remains
considered likely that, together tbe done. The cooperation of
with the new economic progr- other states will have to be e"
am, some steps will be taken to listed, and Congress will ha
:mpress on United States comp- to be consulted.
andes abroad this icle and the
inherent dangers boti to. the Thus, it may not be until next'-.'
companies concerned :ind to the year that the new program he6'.
prestige of the United States. coines operative. But President.,
Despite the urgency given to Eisenhower is understood to be '
the new program, some officials ger to advance its cause in.:
doubt that it will bec me truly his remaining months in office6"-,
effective for some t me. They possibly as his last major con--A.
,iote that although thnl problem tribution in foreign affairs."


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too long been inclined to put
priority on their own well-being SICNESI
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"HAIT1 SUN"


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HAITI SUN
S.'THE-HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Comaqnity Weekly Published Sunday *orming
ldltor-PubUlsher BERNARD DIEDERICHI
'Gerant-Responbable MAUCLAIR LABISSIERE
l-9MBMBER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN.
S*ESTABIJSHED IN 1950 i


iET AIRPORT SPECIAL BUILDING FUND
S. w COMMITTEE -NEEDED


,e. President of the Republic Dr. Francois Duvalier
Feived the sum of $102 from employees of Port au
inbe's. electric Company to be utilized in the cons-
ition of the forecast Jet Airport., .
ne .-workers'-gesture was .symbolic for more than'
reason. First it showed that at least one section
S e-citiznry is taking an 'acute interest in the furth-
ance of Iiaitit-and -'her badly nT-eded tourist trade.
igndly .the workers made a' logical and pound written
estUo to help in 'tile speeding up ,of funds towards.
rfi culminationn ,a nodern,'fully equipped, inter-
onilaii rt. .

Emponloyebes' f the Blectric. Coira.ny sugge-ted that
eVient be i-uguirated in all. asections of the comn'
Sei t mies am -pnivalte qu a.bers to
YA~teie. e tpn tr^ion of-this .intently needed fh-
,.- .e -_ .


his'-is 'a highlyy bconmendalble civic action, vBUT,
ie mnust take t-he bull 'by 'the 'horns an d steer it
.and public opinion today deems that the most 1ab.le
tans ofdoing. this' would be to. form a&-speiial .-
r4 'Ast mor integrity ld
Mretpsee thi'zfgs 'dopne This committ, K', _
|hwedil' "be ,or' t~ 'tSo-
t ds,. toc and generally hanffl 1 i avail-
Ale ,neams -'df, finance toiabrtink about a pid and a-
Aed mimie:t towards the acting e&*jdtihk grace


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i.r1 cnror.' in.ranslation cost Roger Woliti, PAA Pu-
licity Chief who, gave a 'prezs conference 4it he, ,El
Incho Hdtel Tuesday evening, the pointt 'qf his all-
portailt speedh.ooncerning 'Pan American, Haiti, and
ae vital ingredian't for tourist the mudh debated
it airpo. -
WObjedtive of Woffin's [ eeoh was to inform the press
Spub"i that PAA would not leaVe Haiti -in. the "no
Srist lurch" 'by changing to jdts and over-flying Port
- Prince... Le Nouvelliste interpreted the constructionn.
, 'a sentence. that gave .a reverse result to .,Wdolils
gtemnent which aroused the ire of the Chauffeur-Gui-
Sand even Congress.

.Durnng a cruss 'fire 'between Ben Shindler and the
eaiker Mr Wollin declared that Pan American had no
'ine table 'to .turn itis fleets in for the new jets, although
nidle ,was equally insistaait hlat the move was-only
'tfew short mon'thsi away.
So jinsstbanit was tourist pusher Ben IShindler that Mr.
Wip. said to the effect thatt whille on ltihe subject of
ne the 'Lime for Haiti 'to have dbtaine&d her neW jet
p Irot was 'ait the same time 'as -her neighbors of the
arilean. Mr. WOIJLN DID'NOT MEALN TO ;INS N-
AE THAT T WAIS TOO LATE TO BUILD HAITI
:N AIRPORT.
Like 'alil in this country Mr. Roger Wollin believes
t to prosper the competitive touriSt industry must
.ve a jet 'airport as soon as poesi.le. i


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Powc
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4' -3 and a half teaspoonful baking powder A pils,
in th
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15
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h'alf a cup milk 2

1 teabpJc-"r'! vanilla .' 19

Mix again 300 strokes by hand tr I? -ninutes in We
mixer at medium speed. onsr
itaria
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Pour batter into 2 8" layer pans. 2-995

Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees F. TI
Frost with your choice of frostenings. ,
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romllunger, Lack; 4o.L
md Eduictional facdxit,

s .Organization has 0"'
hipped..and Personally
ted- Substantial Quantitls
lerer' Milk, CannedM o,
ng,. Penicilin ...Medi.j
ucts and Vitamins to :o
s, Clinics -and to 'the"'Nee'
he Depressed "Areas '' "hq,
1 Districts of Haiti'

July \9th, the O iders. W$p
ders of the's OrganizaUniti
RE LETELULER, Preside*
MARGAREIT -E. DARH
etary, 'phlus other Mqmbli.
-nend 2 weeks in Haiti, t
er study the Association's.
ram of Voluntary Aid; also
.istrib'tq their Recent' C&oI
tions, Shipped Jby -the. Pan- ":
Lines of Juily 6. 1950. /
Caitons-of Used C:olLing-
Carton .of M;edical Ointmein.t
Cartqn of'Vitadrins, and,ii
Cartons of 100 Pr. QLEYei
Glasses ./
Cartons of Powdered Mig'"
.and Cocoa Powder.
Carto.n' o! Penicillin repro- t
senting 22,500,000,000 Unitsf
further Petition that Pers,'
Willing to Help this Human-,-
an effort of this Organiza-;,
for HAITI, Phone REctor;-.
4, (after 6:00 PAM.) or Write..

FE HAITIAN & CO-ARTS -i
ASSOCIATION, INC.
Charitable Organization
NEW CHAMBERS STREET:
NEW YORK 38, N.Y. .*
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Caribbean region, we have noth- des who .depend on tourismm.:.
Ing to envy'of the other islands. assure -their very ..existence a
An enquiry made in At ranks that of their .amil es, we dej
Po the Chauffe'r-Guides who ac- re ourselves in solidarity .w
company the visitors proved that at patriotic movements aus.ep
ninety' per vent of ..the tourists Ible to clearing up of the" actu
know HIlati as the best .enter qt difficulties that confront eth
attraction in the Caribbean. country. "
THE ASSOCIATION OF -.
CHAUFFEUR-QrUIDES In spite-of millions of dollars e lance the. present, app
OF HAITI invested by. PAA in Ciudad Tru- to all responsible -so.that' i
Founded October 2, 1956 jillo for examnle, inspite of the structive. action can-he pu
COMMUNIQUE high cost of air tickets to Haiti, moon in view of the. 'aYJ,
TIME TO C)NSTRUCT he large clientele manifested off the danger of isolation thE
.AJET AIRPORT its taste for our county with Its menaces us.
majestic sites aind its friendly
The Associaion of Chau majestic sites d its iendly Pour', the C6iyunittee:
The Association of Chauffeur- population constituting one of our -. Henri Merceron Prteeside
Guides, directly interested in the greatest trumps. Merero Pri.den
construction of a modernm airport. Frederic San-Miln, sec
ary-Gent tl .f"s- ..
at Port au Prince cannot remain The PAA 'has nevertheless di- ary-Genel.
indifferent in face of. the'present finished the number 'of flights .
situation made of Tourism in to ill iti it zould do so only be-. .-,
Haiti: '. cause it holds the monopoly on ASSOCIATION
airtravel...eCa r
We refute the declarations of. r 15 New .Chambers Stree
Mr. Roger Wollin. chief of Pue Eveone is suffering... the New York 38, N.Y.,' '.
Rf ictor 2-9954 .. .. -.n.h
lic. relations for Pan American country is loosing money.., out ANRE Lor2-9954 ELE
World Airways published in the foreign publicity becomes useless Presideni f
Nouvelliste July 6th. [when the only airline which ser- P-U T O
Mr.ves the country refuses to grant THE HAITIAN .& T S
Mr. WolUn pretends that the the facilities to those who wish ASSOCIATION. IN C.,
delay has already past on- the to visit the'country. O iato. .gir mt1
subject of the necessity for Haiti s e cot Oganization, registered i
tp have its Jet airport. This isT The Association of-Chauffeur- State of N.Y.,,. No 8428", awai
contrary to the truth because it Guides-protest energe t i c all y a waiver .from the -InternalS
was yesterday again t h a t the against this stitc of affairs. venue System: for 'Federal'-,
building of two new airports e They denounce this politic of is- Exemption,o.is a youfig Nonf'
gan in Jamaica. qlation the resulDts of vWhich, will litical, Nobn-Profiat ..ain 'og
Thi.. sp' oin of ""'e. w be dreadful for the. future of nization. "
.Thisapoint of.view of the inter- Tourism ix'- Haiti- Ihristhe name This Association? ced6jmIsdd
s t.that"the tourists have for- the of three hundred Ciuffeurui- dedicated Haitians : who un
: - stand'-the Desperate and: AM
*,o"$@ 'l"' 4.Need of Haiti; Joined t
with Seve A1 Ariericants
Shave. isited- Hait 'NKn.o,
B B It^B fyhave Witessed.;cfities n


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I 'AGE 6


"HAITI SUN"


SUNDAY JULY 10TH, 1


"Ebony" Pays Tribute To Haiti's Queen


* A tribute to a beautiful young woman and a great boost of pie of the 4eauty-witl-brains foi-
: publicity for this country were given in the July edition of the mula...she has a -sparkling mind
'leading monthly U.S. Negro publication "Ebony" by a cover story sharpened by travel arid an in-
fernational education acqwured in
'-,nd profusion of pictures of Haiti's Claudinette Fouchard Sugar France, Italy, Germany, and the
r Cane Queen of the World. U.S.
"But unlike most contestants
Climaxin., a flood of interna- infers that Claudmette "is tin- who except to-participate in the
tional publicity and recognition concerned about her prospects of annual spectacular slte is totally
sincee Claudinette won the Sugar winning the Miss Universe title," unconcerned about her prospect-,
cane Queen title early in the Claudinette has no intentions of winning. Instead. she is think-
iy.ea..;at Call, Colombia the Ebo- it entering the beauty pageant ing of domestic matters and her
."story entitled, "Beauty who for on August 15th she is to be German heit chance, Wilter Fis-
'Doesn't Want' to be Queen'" (ea- -narred to German ijanutactur- chl: Looking back on an unbeat--
A.tures a full cover photograph of er Walter Fischl. en record of beaut3rcontest vict-
Haitian beauty taken by Pet- Despite the error Ebony is lo ories since the age of 17, she
Island and gives a resume of he congratulated.fot its.ftne cov\- -"w prefers being a housewife
.the glamorous 21-yearold's back- erage and generous -display, in- to wearing the world's most ar-
Lund, -'ding the full cover front page dently coveted beauty crown.
.; nly point marring, the exten- the magazine devotes 21 pictures
u ;ie Ebony coverage is the ma- to Haiti's Reine du Sucre. "Early this year. she was pro-
a gane's misconception that Miss "Claudinette Fouchard, Haiti's .cainied "WVorld Sugar' Queen"
-Fouchard.is to.be an entrant in- 21-year'old envoy to the 19601after' triuminphing over some of
feh forthcoming Miss Universej I'liss' Universe beriuty pageant, the most glamorous entries from-
4auty- contest. The. headline in Miami Beach, FPa.," states 42 countries in Cali, Colombia.
R& "d, 'Unassuming Haitian girl Ebony, "is a small voluptuously- But none of the fame her victor-,
qas she prefers housewife's built, peach-brown- beauty with ies have brought her has made
roIe to.be becoming Miss Univ- a stunning 36-24-36 figure and a impression on the sensitive
e... The. text of the article, inrung" smile. A striking exam- Claudipette.

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"As the current "Mi:
a title she won after be
ed by her family into c
i last year's' national
khe had little choice bi
'er designation as Hait
tentative at the forthco
hfitn 'ri."ffa'Whdri'S"hi
sed doubts participating
ncan journalist broke
resistance by remind
you owe it to your co
,DISTINGUISHED FA
"A member of. one o
chest and most dist
families. Claudinette is
filledd, -well-reared. you.
n who takes an ernesi
in her country's ma.y si
'tems and devotes muc
time to volunteer social
work.
"Reared in luxury, (
te ,is th. daughter of J
chard, a sugar plant
rum distillery tycobn, .m
ed .his country' a -a
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OWN SUGAR. CANE QUEEN PHOTOGRAPHED AMONGST TH
BEAUTIFUL SETTINGS OF HER HOMELAND


ss Haiti" years he was- a cabinet mqnit
ing coax- and is widely known &Whd,. .
co.npeting pected. .
I contest, "Claudinette began her collei
ut accept career wit a .strong ambition.
i's, repre- become a physician and sea
ming ev- er people. Along the way" t
e expres- arts superceded science- and:-.l
an Ame- ended up studying music -eU
down her "ine arts at.Georgetown Unie
ing her, sity. in Washington, D.C.,.M'
)untry." at Sorbonne, Paris.
hMILY "If selected Miss Universe sl
if Haiti's will win a total of $10,000, hi
inguished )f which she would receive"
a strong- a lump sum and the balance'
ng wom- form of a contract for.j.
t interest services, in addition to"d -
ocial pro- theirr prizes, awards and hoAgo
ch of her -ut, while most of her, felld
l service contestants are feverishly I
daring for the day of the gr
Ilaudinet- 'ageant,-expectpd to be-tiie,.
an Fou- dazzling in contest's higt.
tion and Claudinette's mind is fixed '4
who sery- another day on which she '
diplomat. become Mrs. Fischl."'
to Cuba, The pics- featured in the.sftE
e. For 12 Cubaover beauty shots of the Sqt
Queen -on her triumphant rp.tu
S; o . [Haiti from Colombia, seen
o. the young beauty in" her'M
-al robes and Haitian.dress'-1hA
photos taken -with her' faiyilyj
eluding her father JeanS o.
ard, and- Mr. and Mrs. G
S enn, owners of the Hotet MO
S'ia and "''l's Haiti's sist.
.brother-ihi-ldw. There' are'a-j
sts of Claudinett.e.taken .t
reception given hert'by the- I.
silent Dr. Francois Duvplli
S witli the president-,of -the bAi
of Coloibia: Juan V'ialar.iVan
further shdt of the Sugar Qdd
displaying. -"ress clippiklgs^,i
ean-. Jacques Honorat "*Haiti
.4 '.T6drism .;Director. .Incluede-'
S;.course are 'photographs. of Cl'
-' .dinette with' her fiance WaWi
'Fisch] who, it is said, prdjlog
,* -,. to the beauty queen on the'dii
that he met her. An-.'ngagemni
party photo. shows "Claudi.e
-'with -er mother Mrs. Claudeti
.Fo.icharui ar Ier C '4uil 'Ala
Mrs. Fernande Vietix Fouchda
S-...So swift was the impact, bi-e
ed' here.,by the arrival' of
;> Jdy Ebony magazine that wit,;
> hours of the Negro publicati1
> being, placed on the city's
stalls th-e complete shipmetn'w
sold out.' '
4 Meanwhile vivacio'ls damkl
ette isin 10 day retreat .at.;
SMonestary in Puilboreau wi%
she entered shortly after her n
u rn to Haiti from Germany Ii..
week. Claiidinette visited-*Getrn
ny to meet her fiance's fanim
Sin- Rengesburg and to start prf
parations for iher new home. ..:



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MEETING IULY M 1

S Dr. WOODS TO TALK QN'.
INDOESIAN ORHIDS-'

Members of, the Haitian Ordhl
s society will meet at the hoia
Sof Dr. Tom-Hart in Pacot iul
13th.
a Dr. Wood of Scisep -l" giv'
a talk on the orchids of
esia accompanied 'by thep ls
ing of color slides. "
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This is the coneludlng'.COAFTEIt, (C(ntlnuallilth of ttILE
it Tra.-tory Provi lons,) of the IjnB tUo e oe the Hep
e* Haiti 12ft which the Walt! St8 l hai pubushed(nfa series
.during otle past fear month.
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'LdikS may 'be proposed by either Chambet or by the Exe-
ve Power.,. '
.,4rtheless, the budgetary law, the "law c6verlng the basis.;
,..and method of collection 'of the taxes and other levies,'
lidthe law designed to create revenue 1fr.ot" increase the ex.pend-
es dof the government pust first,be passed by"the' amber
'Deputies. :,
lp ,se of disagreement between the tw6 Chambers with rdsptot
Iie laws mentioned in the precedlig paragraph, each Ch s~iber
ball' select by -diawing lots,, an equal .uAiber of menibers to
:ps'e: an interparliamenyary committee, ,which shall defini-
.'ettle the, disagreement., .'
'thiierp4i, disagreement with reset (to ,any. there bUl the-bill
. b, held, 'over until the ne4t "seoiB. if, ,W the bie l 'is
iitroduced at the laer,, ses1ioi,1 evei in the, ,everit of a complete.
i[aing Wm..the teminbehip 6of the, Chambers, an agreement is not
d, ech'ChaM"ber shall elect rom a list: of cadidlates an-
iu&ttnum er. of'.members to. compose a comtmiltee. changed with'
epatritig the final, teit, which 'shall )O r subniltted .t the, two
iltambeis:, begirinitig with the one that 'first- passed. the bill.-- If
e ,'nw. deliberi.'ons prbdi'ce *.tt .,teszlts, 'the bill shall.. be.
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Y ,'d -' f -'.'- ; .._ 11, ,," .- r ,:.
U.a.nbl19.- a have t!e-right:to mefd ordlride the
d. psed,' Ny simndments doptbd by.
A*.1v .0;45.Apart of a bill ,until after they'have
'niat6plt e,.bcOle et.i Cmber, and no bill.shall bdcorpe law.
rkitetbit- b- e th'ai ornA-both n ab'
*Elii, ibso'
||be giqlmay th^kwfro tc~sc-

S r.ed bij er Chamber may net be reitroducd
fR E, ... : .
6The-' tner of De tis .shall imnpeech tle- Presideot' ,of
u.tulit u aid, isun dnmbefore the Seat ip.iS.as1 at
pgh. crtCo.,Justi : .or thec .ime. t oreao or i:.oreite:
ir.' offense tcotmritted in te perfdqnance "ofhis dties. ,''
t P'.shall also':, ipeach Ald .efore "
- Secretares of State'in cas e zz eny treasM abuse
cw' e tion ltra es or. te e-
in e.pferformance of .their, duties. '
,i'(2) In case ,of misuse ,of. ,autibri:yr ahy meabbe o .the o-C .i
.Cassation ol,,any..officer qf the Public Prdsecutor's iOfice tjthe
aor said' Cotift.- I -a.'
.-' ..t.acizient may be' prono0 irced o yb a tfi- .
gj1the. members of the Camber. .-.. '-
t e, opening,.of. the hearing, each menier o& -
(t'Justice shall, swear, to judge with 'the impartial" ~%i ess
-'lctning- an upright and free, man," according to 7 -' e
inimost cdnvicUi6n.. ....
..The' High' Court of Jqstice may pronotnce ntb tl. *4'pt
.isquialifcation, dismissal fro. office, ,and loss of i MJ ...
&, any public office for' from ohe to..five yeras; hdjtvr" i
condemned person may be brought I before the' Or Chtts
." 'acc6raan6e .with the'law' if it' is necessary to "impp 0ther
-iat~eis or to, .re or the. bringing -f civil action. ,
one may be tried or convicted 'except by a. two-thils ma'
rity of the members of the Senate.
,The' linits placed on the duration of the sessions of the legis-
rve body by article 60 of the Constitutiohn nwy, not serve to
&'nate the' proceedings when the Senate sits as. a,HR-th CoNtrt
pf .Justice. '. '
t'(?) Tlie .auditing and losing of the accounts of, the; Getiteal
administration and those of'-anyone accountable to the T'reastul
halll be done by the Superipr Audit Office in the manner esta-
blished .by law. '
.'(8) With a view to exercising strict apd pernianentCBptrol over
Public expenditures, a fifteen-member interparlianfhtikW .omn-
irkssion, composed of nine Deputies and six Senators, tli rged
v.'th reporting on the administration of the Secretaries of Staite
4' order to enable the two chambers to grant-or to withhold dis-
iharge, was elected by secret ballot at 'the beginning of the
,.eseflnt legislative session.
, Three certihiea accountants at most ana some clerks may be
.added to the commission to assist it in the auditing,
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., Article D. D.The next, elections of the Communal. Cduncils shall
be held at the sa- e ,time.as the elections of the Deputies. '
Article E. In t66 months foin. the date -of the publicatibm, of>
,the present Constitution, the Executive Power'is authorizedd to
make sqch changes. or reorganizations as shall Pe deemed neces-
sary 'hq.the lower and high courts and in the State administrativev'
and financial agencies. / . ,. .
Article, F. Thb ,present, Constitution shall eiter 7 it'o force on its
publication in IE MONT'rEfIR, the official gazette 'of the Republic.
Done- in the 'PALAIS LEGISLATiF at Port-au-Prince, the at
of the National Constituent Assembly, or.. December .9, the957 the
.4th Year oft Indepeince. t -
Hutesrs F. B6u JoIly,,Preiide-int -', .
SRanieauEstime, Vibe President. "
Victor Nevers Constant, UlricHl St-EIuis,-:.Jean-Juimeand m,--
ie 'G hrherj Secretaries, .. ,.
'Paijif Pereira; Dieudonne. Lero, Ahur HBnlaame, 4an David
.tean liz Charite'Louis,'Candelon Lucas .Jehu Garner, Ivan
Etm anteIl Moreau, *Tonmas Desulme, Louis, Raymond, -Lude Ste-.
p reh, Pressoir Bayard, Antoine H. Marth.ol ,1Jules Latreu,1 Gas-
ner CKetsaint,. Cqlistheqes, Josdph, Alphonse Lahe6s, Pierre Ax-
a Lrent -St-Louis, Amerlin Conde, Thenosirus St.Fl
Belotte, Blein tr,- Pa]Ale i, Uiverseau, .Marius Ioh d, C tle
Cloud, Jea-BaptjstePierre-Louis, Saintangeoteps, Josu a
Eaptiste, Dalanior Etienne, Decius Jean,- Hebert -Francbill6i
Mena, Hugo H:' Pauil, Dijpi Jean-Gille,. Lavolsier :Lainothe, Fran-t
i Enaillo' Nonez, 'Raynold Metellus,- 'A dre,''Mise, Gabijel
Adgustin, Weert' erprdaint, Luc Francbis, T-Lucien"'Belizaj-e, Hety'
Oattbdad Franick Seraphin, Albert. Garcor,': Joseph A ,'ry'.U-
per ;Peralte Gerson Zamo and rMannontel Guillaurne, Members.
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John Hennessey

, John HennesnefWalker, a for- dren
mer senior editor of ,-Time Tna- Mar
gazine and an avid visitor, to again
Haiti on .wo occasions, passed ago.
away at his Port Chester, New .: Jc
York home .on July 3.' He was vas
'49, years old. ' ted
a. grdc
An admire of Hiqti John Wai sity
Iker spent a happy month here. .,he
with his wife Polly and two chil- ne~w
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i, Michael Robert and Helen'
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in on a cruise tree years

Ihn Hennessey Walker,.' who-
born in' Pittsfieldl, Mass., at-
led .Worchester Academy and
duated .from Cornell .Univer-
'in' 1932. ,Ie was editor,.of
Cornell Stn Undergraduate.
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Mr. Walker\cotnmencedei
ting withh the Rocheste'
-Union a _d from '1934 t194 i
was a saff writer' forth
York Herald.' Tribune .In
saw at the outbreak of-
War-.II, John W"aler .`acc
nied Polish Go'ernmerit'o'
on',their .flight from'tie-.G
Atniy. across Poland to' B
nia, In April, 1943 .hejine
magazine. ,servmg as'a wa
respondent 'in the- Pacifi&
er, frequently corner fd
vyenemy. fi re.: On tine
four correspondents .ie
in ahut. wdre killed."By
ese bomb.' '"e'k
' When the'.C i
American forces, Gerea
glas jlcA ur, a'retfieri
Phlpines 'in
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SUNDAY JUjI, 1,'OTTH,.198Q


.For And Against V

"LIFTING OF SPIR
I1~ uh diverse comment' has fortynine star flag material sal-
,.ben'.airoused by the long-esta- es continue in Haiti.Iln the July
fished practice in Haiti's riiark- 4 edition of :"Time" magazine
itsof selling U.S. flag material two thought provoking letters
%iuse as, wearing apparel, tab- from readers were published.
dfiths, bed spreads,. head While one condemned the sale
.arves and a multitude' of equ' of U.S. flags the second condon-


rearing of U.S. Flags in Haiti
j '-
ITS BY ITS BRIGHT COLORS" STATES LETTER
the costumes a "dignified way." p'imres. This, reader states; "On- and lifting up their spirits by its
- Mrs. Walter Jobson Sr., *.y tbose bereft of both a sense of bright colors. Can anyone sugg'-'
Louisville. humor and humanity would see est a nobler use for it? My pal'y
A different opinion is expressed something sinister in, the grand riotic pride remains intact.'.' '-
by the author of the second let- symbolism of obsolete 'American A. Herbert Juede. Monticelldd
ter that appeared in the July '4 lag material clothing,the naked Florida. -.4r


jWt'.useful articles.- ed;-
rAltheugh the U.S. flag mater- C, Incrse
!W.-. sold from bolts by dozens The first letter read, "Being r t. I fs
if local. retailers and further A loyal American citizen, I hope H a ti?
Uspensed by the Marchdnds that Congressman Porter's hill
lboeen on the Capital market will pass to stop desecration of If, fis expected, Cuba's posi- viewed by Congress for 'a sec- the U.S. President ti
for nearly b months, it was not the U.S flag in Haiti, or any tion on the United -States' sugar ond tinke. According to the .Tint- Cuban sugar quota' a
mtil recently that the U.S. be- other place. I just noticed that market is dismissed then it is "es most 'of'any cuts' in. Cuba's u're he wants,- it was
qame aware of the practice and public law 820 says; '"The flag, likely that Haiti's 7,014 ton quo- normal Ishipments would be howet'er. that Fidel Ca
4' discovery .provoked action by when it is in such condition that ta will be increased according made pp by imports from fifteen ermient 'would carry
members of Congress to stop the it is in such condition that it is no to a New York Times article other countries. threat to, seize additic
ferial's, sale..' longer a fitting emblem for dis- published on July 3) ; '" i' can-owned property i
')reyUrtlieless despite the. conti- play, should be destroyed in' a Cuba will, retain her place on Although 'no official' reactiori 'an quota was cut.
ati'.-of U.S. controversy bver dignified way, preferably by the U.S. nlarket until March 31 was registered in Havana, Cuba, When the' situation
We .of the ,'fo eight' and-Burning." I wouldd hardly call when the situation will be re- to the bill. granting. the right to (Continued. on


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e New "Nonce Apostolique "
SArrives Todday

I first Pest Was Haiti 1941-45
i ..llencv, ri' ,. n 1"-." From 19-15 to 1950 he was post- years in 4he- Rio de Janeiio No i.
erroiino, arrive-s [ee ed to three Nonciatures; that o. ciatue as Councelo-. .
fad the SS AAico .-if Washington, Switzerland and To- In 1956 to 1960 he was i ec i
fa Line to take up hs !io. ge of the Nonciature in BE- '
te new Pap.dl N.mciij and was an observer for, t c
In 1950 lie returned to the New Holy See at the United N itio'"
'rur Ferinlino as World, this time to spend six in Geneva.
uiary 24th 1912 in Al-
.a town situated in the
Legion of Nortl Italy.
Pdained into the pri,,<- A *


!wo years admint,[-riig
ients in his home town
"-the academy "Pon- -
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Xobe where he studied
'earg. During that per-
Sn~ed his doctorate in
Jre".
jened a long career (i r -
tfino in diplrimarv
Fh'im to America. E *i-
'South America and

Spot was Porl :.i
vye'd here f i n m
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TELE-HAITI
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ONDAY JULY 11, 1960

6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
(Records)
7:00 pm-Evening General Progr-
am Schedule
k7:03 pm-Weather Report

p 7:06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti Pa-
noramic scenes of every-
where
!7:25 pm-Cartoons and Kid Comn-
edies Childrpn'"- Pro-
y gram

W7:45 pm-Telenews 1st edilion-
M.;'" .


"HAITI


PROGRAM


Review of the day's ev-
ents.

8:00 pm-La Belle Creole Show.
'Frankie Laine"
8$30 pm-Westinghouse Show: :"I
Spy": "Lover Spy" (En-
glish version) 28th epis-
ode Narrator Raym-
ond Massey
9:10 pm-Telenews (2nd edition)
Summary of the late
news
9.20 pmn-Telecinema: "Natchez"
30:00 pm-Close or Program Na
'Jonal Anthem


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TUESDAY JULY 12, 1960

6:00 pm-Test pattern Music


(Records)
7-00 pm-Evening General
am Schedule


Progr-


7:03 pm-Weather Report
7:06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti Pa-
noramic scenes of every-
where

7:26 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st edition)
Review of the day's ev-
ents.
8:00 pm-Report f r o m America
with Pierre Crenesse
8:30 pm-Foreign Intrigue: "In the
Fire Dome", Starring:
James Daly brought
to you by Haiti Trading
Co. "

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

Wednesday JULY 13. 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

7:30 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews (1st edition)
Review of the day's ev-

8:00 pm-Flying Cadets Exide
Battery Show
8:30 pm-Interview Program

9.00 pm-Telenews 2nd edition
Summary of the late
news
9.05 pm-Telecinema: Western
Theater

10 00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthem

THURSDAY JULY 14. 1960
b. Un pm-itebT p.dtlet Mu.vic
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7 -15 pm-Telenett. Ilsi noditini
Review of the ca',": Lev-
ents.
8:00 pm-"Pour vous Mesdames"
(Cooking Sl ow)
8.30 pm-The F lor a n Zabach
Show brought to you
by "La Maison Lelio
Bailly"
9.00 pm-Telenews 2nd edition
Summary of the late
news
9:05 ptn-Special Program on the
occasion- of the annivera
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lution.
10:00 pm-Close of Program Na-
tional Anthen,


SUNDAY JULY


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6:00 pm-Test pattern Music
(Records)
7:(W) pm-Evening General Progr
am Schedule
7 03 pm-Weather Reporl
7:06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti Pa-
noramic scenes and var-
iety
7:26 pm-Cartoons and Kid Com-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews (lst 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: "The Minstrel",
Starring Richard Greene
Followed by the Advent-
ures of Flash Gordon:-
"Frightened King"
9:30 pm-Telenews- (2nd edition)
Summary of the late
nPews
9:35 pm-TV Concert Hall
10.00 pm--Close of Program Na
tional Anthem

SATURDAY fJULY 16, 1969)
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& C6m-
edies Children's Pro-
gram
7:45 pm-Telenews list 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 -
broughl 'in vyou bh "Fq.
brique Nat ionale de
Chaussures Fritz Mevs
8:30 pm-The Adventures of Capt-
ain Grief: "Grief Pirate"
Westinghouse Show
9:00 pm-Telenews (2nd edition)
Summary of the late

9:05 pm-W es e r n Thealer: -
"Border Fe'.d"
10:00 pm--Close of P eramn N,.
tional Anthpm

SUNDAY JULY 17, O196f
2.UU0 pm-Sign u., ;rL'-.etaljIoI
afterno- s j p.iugli
2.03 pin-Special L.i.d.-ii i-i'ju
rijm
3 15 jim-D.inbrick D'ritel S'i*
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ners
3:30 pm-Nobbe &. Bo-idel Show -
Star Perfo r rn ne e::
"Frightened W o m a n"
Starring: Merle Oberon
and Craig Steven.
4:00 pm-Weather Report
4:05 pm-"Vivent les vacances":
Sketch Musical w i t 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 Nalionm An-
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"HAITI SUN"


New Spur For Caribbean Travel.
JETS EXPECTED TO PROMOTE MORE TOURISTS, TO AREA


avel to the popular Caribb- vacationland wIll be brought
which has jumped. consist- within one hour of New Jork and
during the past .few years; two hours from London, Paris,
I1d take.,an 'even greater gi- tome or Madrid."
step forward in the future, More Oian 125 delegates, rep-
rding-.to Lee Karwick, Exe- resenting 29 of the 31 CTA Mem-
yb Director of the Caribbean ber countries, carriers such as
it .'Association. At the Ass- Pan American World Airways,
flon's Ninth- Annual Meeting, BOAC, ,BWIA, Air France, Av-
I; recently, in 'St. Thomas, U. anca, Braniff,' KLM (Royal Dut-
4,.I', plans ,were formulated ch' Airlinep), Caribbean Atlantic
get the'stagelfor the' jet age Airlines,' Alcoa Steamship Com-
the ared and 'to proceed pany, Zim Lines, .hotel and var-
a.' streamlined reorganiza- ied area interests participated,
ifand intensive advertising The application of French Guia-
,promotion campaign to at- na-.was.approved for CTA niemb.
t,:the ever-increasing, numb- ership. /
V morld travelers to the Car-' Newly el61ted officers of, the
an, Association are: President .- r.
ief^ar-reaching scope-of tou- Ernesto C. JVlartelo (Director Ge-
' opportunities was. succinct- neral of the Colombia. National
lat "by CTA's outgoing! presi- tourist Board); -Vice President'
I $Hon. 'Abe Itsa; Caiairmanj Jacques Honorat (Director of
h Jamaica Tourist Board: Haiti's National .Council of Tour-
Jar as the Caribbean is con- ism). and 'Secretary Frank K.-
ed', we are equally convino- 'Bell (Vice Presiddnt and Direct-
ihat 'within the, next seven o,qf-,the 'Alcoa,4 teamshilp Com-
:: tourism will be the area's pany.) )-
estt'indulstry, far "outstrip- Bardley' Nash, U.S,. Deputy
r, all others" and Governor Undersecretary -.of. Commerce,
5.' Meivin of the U.S. Vir- stated thatthe opportuni in the
Ilidt, who'- tated"'thlt "'ri-. Cahribean or as to.is"
five' Sea'rs, the '.Caibbealn was n:limit.d;'du64 tothebeina.-
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guration of jet service, which the $130,000,000 'spent annually in
brings all points In the Caribb- the Caribbean represents about
.ean within a few ours of 'prin- 5 per-rent of the total American
,epal cities of the Americas. He tourist expenditures.
further pointed out that as U.S. A dynamic-' advertising and
incomes rise, more students and promotion program fivolving an
other segments of our population appropriation of $180,000, presen-
are pushing outward from ndar- ted by Philip M. Bottfeld, Chair-'
by domestic boundaries to more man of -the CIA Advertising
distant vacation spots, offering Committee, was accepted by 9
a great potential ,for the Carib-' countries, who agreed to, supp-'
bean market. ort it with 30 per cent of their
Max Allen, President of the dues. Sixteen, other countries arp
American Society-'of Travel Ag- considering the proposal, which
cents, .urged lower air fares to involves $100,000 in paid adver-
the Caribbean, in keeping with tising and '$80,000 for publicity.
the recent excursion rates app- and promotion, plus the addition
roved for more distant areas., of personnel- at GTA headquart-.
He also stressed the need for ers in N'ei, .York.' .


continued ad expanded cooper-
ation both within countries -and
with the, travel agent. 1
' John Houser, Vice President,
American Express Company,
and William D. Patterson, Asso
cite Publisher oE the Saturday
Review, jointly presented "The
Caribbean 'Picture", emphasizing
the need for dramatizing the
superb holiday attractions of tQe'
area -in order to realize its vast
tential,' tourist-wise. As 'an il-
lustration, they pointed out 'that


few years, has been emergio.g
as a Trade Association, whic)l
necessitates servicing of Me'
hers. In recognition of this cha.
going 'personality of PTA, an,';
tive Members' meeting. will 'be
held in September to revis j'.tfieI
CTA Constitution and By-Lawss.'
The 10th CTA .Annual,Meeting,,
will be held next summer' in Ver:H
nequela.


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Meanwhile, a new Public Re- M.W.V. HAITI MERCHAO
nations Department- will be set .
up within the Caribbean Tourist SERVE ;HAI'T[ AND,.
Association5 .and an admniJstrat- '. .
ive reorganization effected, gear forthiighly.saiin s .of':.th
ed to'handle the anticipated up- Mjami-- Port .a.Prine ,-um
swing in travel to the Caiibbedn. PERSONAI.Y SUPERV
and the growing .needs ot the 'LOADING C.AND-_..I QA$. I
jet age. For lull Information call it
.. ., Rue des 'Csars ou0
The Caribbean Tourist Assod- ', Telephbne,. 261-.,,,,'
ation, due to .the tremendous:, in- MIAMI .ADDRJSS.
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Cooking Authority Studying H iti's Repasts

JULIET HAMELCOURT LIKES MARINETTES HERE


In the short time of her resi- demanding gourrhet. The avid "the Honey'Cook Book" is an daughter Jacqueline who is so- no difficulties in convers'.n..
ance in Haiti Juliet Hamel- cook has also done series of example of' the thoroughness jourriing with her mother here' the merchants on hbes $i
urt, cook supreme, authoress, TV cooking programs,and rec- which Juliet Hamelcourt devotes before- turningg for. a further the markets. Asked for"her!
acher and editorial consultant, ntly 'completed a set of films to'her..writings. As the.name im- three'years' study. ataschool of, jion of Haitian foods and.'
is swiftly learned the trade devoted to cooking which are to pies the book is a' resume of designing in New Yor. preparation the acknowl e
mmplexiities of the markets and be rented out. medium of cooking with ,Aioney cooking expert stated cthata
e. famed marchands and en- .' f- frofn Roman times through Of 'French extraction J.uliet liked the food and that so'"'
ys. journeying from her Mont- When home in the States Mrs. the middle ages 'and methods Hamnelcourt speaks fluent French the Haitian Marinettes wer,.
mne Woire home in search of Hamelcourt teaches cooking in a used today. "Sorme "of those Ro- and "a little" Creole and has tremly good. -'
Editions to her profuse .fund of Purchase, ,.New York General man receipes, were' very opod." '. ,-
enus' and cooking history. Electric store where once p week stated Mrs. Hainelcourt this ,
Expecting to reside in the high she passes on her fund of world- week; "I made several of therm IF- YOU WANT THE
ontagne Noire area for the next wide- cooking knowledge to pro-, up and ate them.". .
ree *months Jdlidt Hamelcourt, spective "chefs." But, she is not Sometimes, according to the A
., Purchase, New Yorks will content 'to merely.gather menus cooking authority,. the search fotr A . .. LX L E E
ake-a thorough delve, into Hai- aid publish them in book form new and raredishes arid receip-
.1oods, its preparations and Mrs.' Hamelcourt: has travel- es- a n become overwhelriiing. IN ERVICE, CUISINE AND. ,
-hisory. -' .' led extensively in search of new hi in Belgium gathering a. .
An"reditorndl consultant for the dishes and means:of cooking and trial fdr the' later, publishedd i T'
r.os',. "Gournitet'" magazine, is especially -iinterested. in the, '"Belgium Cook Bo6k,' Mrs. Ha-' A' SPHERE THEN
r-which she writes frequently, history of cooking which she melcourt visited. 22 Inns 'in 14 "
Iet Hainelcourt is the author traces inher ,writings frpm hun- diys at" each one sampng ACCEPT HE WA M
threee books .(a fourth has re- dreds of hours spent in person- the wide varietyot'dises avail- '
inly teen.r'ompleted,.) aimed at al -search and enclosure, in lib- a 'le. "When I.had completed the
W .. J. ,.. .-t, -"Wehbu dno f.--th ea..ost.crmp leted..e ..-.h..
ing epilsebuds,of-the r ost ranes. , r tour," stated the- cooking 'auth- .,....ME AW G,:.
-" . otes, 'i. had tryedso. ,n any ', .
''' ' .: . -,. it-ent dishes that i. had to, .
.... ove ontoa ,"menu".'f soft. boil '
dConstruction O. SA. d eggs andapple e.. t. r. -
t'"ibhbean 'k"o" 'A.. .. .
on10 rn e.-" "Author-also oft. the, -ooking book "' .-.. ..... '.
B ilder Of Thie Military City "wa "W rRelief Juliet Hane1cort .
en.M Vanager: Gerard. T HEARD : is deeply interested i.the is-'
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. MARINE CASUALTY LIST
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P4th- and the ,holiday rush -General .Hospital only to have
:LTnited States resulted in the ambulance taking them to
tit increase in traffic acci-, Canape Vert'run out of gas.
tand fatalities. The trend Later thq same 'Sunday a
L--to I-ai top for Saturday, third marine, Herby' "Marty"
Stinday's span were. dclim- Martello, decided' to visit Robert
with. a series of auto sma:I Derick at the hospital but before
reacting Canape Veit he had an
;he small hours of Sunday altercation wifh a walking lamp
ig' 'Maripes Robert "Bob"' post which although left 1Marty
c.and Al Kegsler were driv- who injured necessitated, I the
ft'vicirity of Croix des hospitalization of his car which
ets-jn a sturdy GMC'Car- now reposes at Canape Vert.
en-'thy collided with a -Andyet ariother. Driving .back
-afmion :,strategically.~a",' .m-'C. ane Ghoucoune, again
trd the- highway, res *1 ear ny uro. ofL Sunday
o pick.! up passenger's mormng last, 'IlEHasboun
1958 .Cirryall struck the and h:" Vd"kswageni '" a sev-
n, rolled o n-one ere argument with;a-Petionville
then. balckon the, other Road Lamp port. Bouqui is now
weced. liBob'eri' iri. hospital with .r6ken jaw
fl:-u-1.S leg wound and and the VW is wrped.
i. to 'is head while& Al To.round-up the3pate of driv-
was ,ifttunate -to escape ingt.i;cidents Amri an residentt
.a-ad: contusions. As one hei'e Charles Talan borrowed
ner .of- thea.oiplefel Bob 'Dericlks ,or' y only
ed -stated "they were to have a .wle dtkp q while
S'A "t stands Bob 'is ex the car was j mdjin." Frtun-
five days in ately neither Mr. ad. Mrs.' Tail-
e Vei{\Hospital. Holding man or their sonSctt were in-
amiote they made the jre. u. -9.

SI-IJP WRECK ANNE-ARlE "
DOWN 4 -BARA1BAR
anth in the ONgi .,ef opi5 g fo the newspaper Le
li ...L'.-delner;" ocCured. bon' "?i'oly the Captain, (who each
iwhen the aalfrtat P".A, r5in.be yiJTnt;ptaftt of sink-'
ie -nder the' guidance 'of inhgs ft ariagedUr t'-escape,'
'Josepb Elie sank' in the and several members of-the crew,
of .Bar3deres .with "seven regained the shore by swimm-
Sabard -and a hea.Vy 1ng- .
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f6 Narrowly SUGAR TRENDS 75 YOUTH IN m I
.,r.i whtwee ,a n g; ess(Continued s from paP6 8) AT
pee rforl e Seventy-fiVe itan, eAmedt.ia
I acks inr f o. -res viewragai in March, and an andchiren r -tin.
-s or t n ief-the United States.reduces ur alities ae .-spqenodipn. .we.a'
completely cuts Cuba's lion's the. Camp a un...y Dockte.
which ro nif- the Uoi thed Sate Ha duces P uraa.tives .baerunk .syp ding, th Nab
by Qqr Roadside Reporter share -3,275,323- of the mark- tha Wilkinson in LimbeWiiN#
Six young Braves recently re et then it is likely that Haiti Haiti. -. "i '--
turned from studies abroad lost would be "included in the quota The' youngsters- left Portai'"i
their rental car and some skin upping of fief countries b make Prince July.4 4th-in.ach1."ere&'.
off ti noses Monday wheir noses Monday whthe U.S.en the deficit thheU.S. deficit. The Cogr- bus and return tori
car in whieh they were driving ess -introduced bill stated rhat 11th. : ,
dropped, saead on the' railway five countries' whose present th eig' i ol
ti-acks in face of..'the St Marc quotas are as loy..as 3,000.would studepts-'.ownTroifie.'"e_. Si
express or the. Cement special, be allowed-'to send.- 10,000.. tons ing-"s.;camp doun--ors-.d
It ias not yet been determined' each in the Syear 190qO. Ttie counr'- or andcP.ok:tl. e eam"pers"A"
which of the Iron Horse relics tries chosen are Haiti. Panama. li%' .barrackl1 'stLyle in. thL .frin5
was utilizing the raji at the time. Costla Rica, Taiwan .and the Ne- angelized -FieldsMis!on' .'
IReturning frboni-aia'Montrouis therlands. Further allottments- One of. the ghi]igl$.!o*
spearfishing safari, the green vould be"adp gna higher scale., camp: .il ex so
volkswagen, according to one to', other contributing cdantrjes. Henry Christdpe's'CireI
,version, was straddling the rail-" '71 .. '.. '," = .. SQC"


way line when its batteryy failed.
Four of the passengers inanag-'
ed -ta scramble .out of the ear.
and to safety as',the:,Epress train
clicl4ng. along af a cool twenty
kilometers an hour Iore down on
them., The train pushed-the tar-
off the rails njuring slightly (wo
of.its petrified qgcupants.
Among. those who narrowly es-
caped from" the fangs of. the iron
horse' were: Renold Borinefil,
Bibim Prezeau; .Alfred' Roy, Ed-
dy Riobe and.Ti George Wierdr.
.
'TWO KILLED IN-
CAMION -SMASH
S'Two- persons were fatally in-
jut'ed when' 'a camion 'entitled
Dessalines driven by Roger Jean
overturned 'on the Anse A Veau'
highwayy while transporting.. '16-
.passengefi. In -addition to the
Wvo&persons, idled the driver' and
L06 passengers w e r e seriously
injured.

ADLER CELEBRATES
CENTENARY HERE
-Severe Louis holder of ticket
number A-409, won an Adler
sewing machine Sunday last ,-
entennary 'of. Adler- at Radio-
diffusion Haitienne'. in Ruelle
Jeanty. -
The Adler sewing machine was
raffled by the Continental Trad-
ing Compan'y where Severe
Louis made a purchase on Jan-
u'ary'5th',lA b which enabled him
to..participate in the raffle.
A large number of guests at-
tended the drawing for the sew-
ing machine, Adler are repres-
ented in Haiti by Emmanuel
Ambroise, and the' raffle comm-
ittee was composed of Leo Pin-
chinat, Director of Gallery Pin-
'ehinat who .was., representing the
public, Roger Myrtil,, photogra-
.ikier, Daniel Guignard, Radio
Tl3JtU, Roger .4VIdNtineau of Ra-
diodiffusion lialtienne an drepre-
sentatifte of LU Jour, and Durce
Dumornay wvho took charge of
th drawing.


CANADIANS'
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Mr Jacques E. Brossard, Char-
ge d'Affair for Canada in Haiti,
offered a reception to mark the
*'Fete Nationale du Canada" on
July 1st at the Hotel Castel Hai-
ti. Mr. Brossard spoke on Tele
Haiti that same evening.


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Blue Bonnet Grade-B 8 59 or 42.50 Gdes.
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Discount of $.30 cents or 1.50 Gde. byO100Ib sack oni:.
any purchase made directly from the Rice Mill at DE-
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Discount of 4 per cent on purchases of 20 .sacks or
.more of rice.

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HAITIAN PRODUCED. RICE
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that the airline would serve Hai-
i ti until"it became economically
impossible. Ben Shindler predict-
ed that with the advent of the
anrgeover to jets this day is
not far distant.

'. Asked whether Pan American
World Airways was interested in
buildingg an airport for Haiti Mr.
,-Wollit replied, "wd were in real
estate, in fact landlords, once,
but we .were told to get out of
.this role by the aviation control
,-.piiple. Also we do hot have the
Snoney\ We have just purchased
53 jets, each one costing ;6,500 -
.000 to do so we had to borrow
"inoney from banks and insuran-
"e-'compamesJ,
"We are, npot putting Haiti on
the carpet,"continued Wollin con-
:,eding that PAA does not have a
Time, table to turn- its entire'
fleet into -jets.
TIME HAS RUN OUT?
"Frankly," stated the PAA pu-
Sbieity chief. "the time' has al-
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this laie date and stage of the Ihonorat stated that the dropj
season would do no good unless of Ihe $139 excursion f .t
heavily advertised as all PAA's New York to Haiti on thed
schedules' for flights, up until of the season did not help .
August, have been printed and, ers. This fare change came
distributed. out when PAA stopped sel
Although Mr. Wollin seemed their two Hotels in the Domi
reluctant to doubt the ability and an Republic. I
calculations of his IBM machine, The discussion ended witl
he said that he would take up final note provided by Albert
the matter of an extra flight on vera, El Rancho owner and
his return -to Miami Wednesday of the first to plug for Hai
this week. The question of tariff tourism, who stated that "a;
was not fully discussed but Mr. airport is our only salvation:,
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For proof of this just take a look New York-dowff to three hours.
around you which of your Your'entire business will change
neighbors does not have a jet and the capital of Haiti will be
airport?" for the tourists as close as a
The publisher of "Le Nouvel- suburb of Manhattan." Back on
listed" Max Chauvet asked, "Do a sad note Mr. Wollin conclud-
you think that the jet will bring ed that nothing can be done to
nore .tourists?" Wollin replied, convert or lengthen (he existing
"If you don't have a jet airport airport for jet use.
you'll have less tourist.7." SHINDLER V.*
Max Chauvet then ksked it the pAA, IBM MACHINE
projected jets ..woula Be abl. to Following airport discussion
be used for island .hopping, a El Rancho operator Ben Shind-
question answered by Jacques ler changed from jets to what
Honorat, Director of the Tourist -he called an "atrocity" directed
Office and vice. presidqit of the at the Republic's summer seas-
Caribbean Tourist_- Association, on. ,
who said that statistics -show "I.have just returned from vi-
that island hopping Ts less popu- siting 200-travel agents in three
ar-today because of political dis- U.S. cities," stated Shindler.
turbances in some of -the. islands. "Haiti is one of the most desir-
A question posed' by Ben ous of the islands and today we
Swindler as 'to whether the pis- could be filled with tourists but
on engine plane is sold as it thit last week has been disaster-
wears out was answered by Mr. ous "you..can't get a seal to
Wollin who stated, "We will re- Haiti for, three weeks." I '
place piston engine planes but Mr. Wollin countered Ben
he jets will bring about increas- Shindler's theme with the simp-
.d travel ana reduced travelling le logic that, "we are in business
ime between Poit au Prince and to make money, if there 'are tou-
rists we want to carry them."
I-He pointed out that his compahy-
'had 'an IBM. machine, (an adv-
SPERFECTED' anced mechanical' -brain.) and
MANY three dozen eniplbyees' who did
nothing else but compute trends
e" and all requests for _seats which
l l are recorded and ultimately ,go
into the-brain, (IBM.) Mr. Shind-
'er, whose hotel is full this week,
offered to show the letters, of
cancellation because of no air
space.
Admitting that his company
Swas going through a period* ofI
*I transition -selling and buying
.ircraft- Mr. Wollin maintained,
"if you. can' show, us bookingss
and no space then we, will' put
on- an extra'plane." His answer'
rs and Technicians however appeared to reply -gore
German Cities "o the proficiency of his IBM
IN HAITI: machinee than to' Shindler's de-
'tarationm :. /

L TRADING CO "Ben Shindi' called for anopter
Rue drect flight per week fro'mi>New,
York to Port au Prince to "sal-
AMBROISE '.'age the summer season." Tour-
GER ist Director Mr. Honorat pointed
however that an extra flight at


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Grah your fliplpers and fy Noi th to Kyona today theie is a sea-
!d fiesta opening at ten that ''ill have even the mackerel mer-
e'ng. The young blades have organizedd a party with two orch-
itiras at Pieire D'Adesky's beach' resort... Jack Webster Assistant
super of Plantation Dauphin is off on vacation on the 13th...
"Barbo look off for San Juan Tuesday. He told the airport that
e is opening a Trader Dicks' style restaurant in the Virgin Is-
ds.... Jacmelian Lawyer Joseph F. Lemoine left Saturday for
SArbor Universily, Mich. to study social service for a
r US. State Department grant.. Jimmy Khourei is?,bac m
yng a year at Stephen Technical Institute in %-.G.3epsef s
h* es to satisfy his flare for writing by switching from chem-
.to journalism next year... Mr Jean-Richardot U.N. represent
e"in Haiti leaves oi vacation: next week and returns in Sept-
,;:with his wife and eleven year old daughter Nancy... Fern
ii,r .o.ace.-Minister.Councelor at the Washington Embassy
O 'h:iuso'kt Sui6dayy' winih daughters Elsie and Maryse...
r, French Commerrcial Attache Raoul Aglion spent half a
in town with lus v ife bidding hello and goodbye to his ac-
Lances here. Mr Aglion who was for several- years -U.N. resi-
presentlative has been transferred from Cuba to Venezuela.
takes every opportunity to visit Haiti... Luc Fouche 'former
I .Minister and Ambassador to Washington and Ottawa co-
er of the Cap Haitien newspaper "Nouveau Monde" in an
ge of letters with Gerard De Catalogne asked for his name
removed_from the paper's masthead... .
se -is-no '!tirte -season" in the Tourist Ihddstrj,.,tls Wmer.
icho Hotel is so packed tlirt they have had to'refit Montagne
dan Hotel Damballa. Some predict that July will be better
the pealk winter sqoon d jraas month of February... The
availability. of.- parklng- space on Place -Gelrard is ,caused.,
-.active attendants who collect ten cents parking tolls... 1M1a-
FTllerese Duvi"."r is down from New York where she holds
p secretarial job with Bon Aime company. Mile Duvivier who
iJ.arraine. lo her sister's child underwent a question
o af.e. hr arrival .. .
cqrdin'gtO. Le Jour Roland Lataillade is sick and tqtally "des-,
eS"a'n Is-ondeasoring to iLetrn pn-. hastepA his home land
.new Non-Apostolique. Mgr. Ferrofino aives in Port au
e today....Aii -article entitled- "Lei Tribulations.. of Louls-De-
S "i Cura'r.as'' published in Le Jour on Monday stated that the
osio: has'broken into factions.Cand is having a..difficult time
s l btephdik-WooleY Jr. is visiting. His father- Colonel Steph-
q is presently working in electronic, 1f Venezuela... Leslie Canet'
4 daughter are.dueback in -Taiti for holiday... The Electric
mpainyis to b6iild a dispensarQ, and refectory for its employees...
ir Fisher has retui tied from a business trip abroad... 8 Cubans
luding loiner Maj. General Jose Eleuterio Pedraza, chief of
of ousted Pre--ident Fulgenico Batista have moved to Jam-
ha after 17 months in the Dominican... La Fregate is reopening
."the Harr. Truniman blhd as a weekend night-club. La Fregate
4.th soft tights and orchestra will live from Friday till Sunday
m 9pm to 2am... The Casino expects to remained closed until
member under repair. Meanwhile .the bones will roll at the
li4era's plus'i gainin" rooms... Ambassador Jean Coradin is on
's first homeleave in three years from his post in Lima Peru...
ew York bound Wednesday were: Jean Lafontant, Gesner Joseph.
>ul-Emile Desdunea, Solange Chassagne, Marie Beliard...
UhMrs Roger Armiai.d led a "Magic Island" tour off to Eurupe'
yesterday. TIh Caribbean is smoking this week...

NAT. CHINA COMING

(Continued from page 1) sion and a first secretary will be
temporary quarters for the assigned from Taiwan in the
&wy diplomatic mission have near future; Mr. Kwei will re-
en arranged at the Hotel Cas- turn to his Havana post.
I Haiti. Ambassador Liu Yu- In Cuba there are 20,000 Chin-
Dii is expected here next week ese people compared to 60 res-
m Havana to launch the mis- ident in Haiti.


Once again, as happens repe- it-
edly, the Captain of the doomed
vessel regained the shore in co:m-
,any with a man known as ita-
p..:el. The 7 passengers [.u'ed WHAT MAKF;S A WEDNESDA
to reach safety.

I';-C'_ TING AT THE
BAN INCRES...
A supreme court injunction is-
sued this week barring the In-
ternational Maritime Workers C o u I U
Union from interfering with the
operation of the two Incres
Steamship Company's cruise ves- SO EXCITINGLY DIFFERENT"
sels "Victoria" and "Nassau" is T'I
hoped to put an end to the up-
set Caribbean schedules and can- FAMOUS BACOULOU
celled sailings of these regular VOO
Port au Prince callers. V


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AMBASSADOR operate under the Liberian ;lag slups and to increase wage stan.
DREW DIPADRTS and are manned by Italian sea- dards which the union maintain
DREW DEPARTS men. According to the I.M.W.U are below U.S. standard rates.
SATURDAY their purpose- in picketing -..e Picketing --by "thl: Unin forced
Foreign Service Inspector is Victoria and Nassau over recent -the cancellation of three cruise
Ihe new post of Gerald Augus- months was to organize seamen ailing's 1 iY.,the- Victori and the' .
dn Drew. Ambassador of the _board the "flag[ aconvenience- -assiu. -
American Embassy in Haiti for The two Inc Line vessels -
the past three years, who will :
depart from Haiti for the U.S.
an July 16th to take up his ap-
pointment given him by Presid-
2nt Eisenhower.
A White House release on July -
st disclosed Ambassador Drew's
appointment following an exch-
ange of letters between Mr. Eis- H O TE
mnhower and the American Em-
Sassy chief. Gerald A. Drew sub-.
nitted his resignation on June .
:3rd, "in anticipation of an ass- Petionville
gnment to .the Department o': featuring
Eieote.r in h The Smart Saturday Night Club "
F president Eisenhower, in his
trew on July 1st stated, "I ac- LA RONDE
vritten reply to Ambassador 3 p.m. Until Late Closing '-
:ept your resignation in order *
iat you may assume the duties The El Rancho Duroseau
)f Inspector General of the For- Orchestra
?ign Service." Also contained in 'm'.p
Zhe letter was a commendation ltamng Nightly Except Sunday h'n lp ..
from the U.S. President to Am- hOSE WiO APPRECLA'E :
iassador Drew, "for the manner ".,
in which you have carried out TIlTHE BEST DINE
your assignment." AT EL RANCHO IlO1'EL
And always superb cutsinu
2 FRENCHMEN
OUSTED
(Continued from page I I
Information published here on / l//////ll//////////% / -,
Tuesday this week indicated that
the two French citizen, residents MEN'S SHIRTS ..
;i Haiti for more than 10 years,
were considered undesirable on dARVES
a report given by the Ministry
of Interior. Both men were jail- ANO14.RCIIP :
ed on the 25th of May day of HAN KERCHEPS
*the uncovering of an anti-gov-
erriment plot discovered by Hai- '
tiao government security forces
i0he Ministry of Interior report By 9A
is Believed to have stated -
that Vive and de Fourcault
were implicated in the plot IFA ,I
against the state. It was cited LIBE R A
that as an employee of the Inter-
American Geodetic Survey Vie
had been preparing maps for ex-
Ueq. former presidential candid- Ds ES
ate: Louis Dejoie who was said
to be plotting an invasion of Hal- LOUSE i


SEA TAKES YEr .
ANOTHER HAl rAN
SHIP AND LIVES '
"Mont-Carmel" a Hlaitian sail- FREEPORT S1OPPING CENTER
boat captained b.% Georges Le- F 553RueduQua
grand sank off At- Cayes with
seven passengers onboard on Ju- Dresses and ahiMts madeorn order
ly 2nd., according to the news. nd deloeed in 24 houH'
paper Le Jour this week. W )e ship to fke Stfates _.








P AGE 18 "HAITI SUN"

Mr and Mrs Albert Chauvel
Welcomed their first child, a
baby boy Friday.

.Marcel Lauture of Jacmel mar-
tried Linda Margaret Jacobson at
Lk the Sacre-Coeur church of Gard
S-ier, Mass., July 2.
SLovely Evelyne Guignard who
competed for the Miss Tourism
S- title of the Americas this year
eft the contestant field last
S, eight and became the bride of
S' the man who was her top cheer-
The two young men with the ger left for Canada this week by. leader, popular Serge Bazin, son
executive-look about town for the Panama liner. of ex-Senator and Mrs Louis Ba-
past fortnight are Peter L. Doty zn.
and William C. Rios of the Price Jean-Pierre Gardere son of Mr The young couple were marr-
Waterhouse Company of Puerto and Mrs Loulou Gardere is cam-
Rico. Certified accountants they ping'in New York for the holi- I'AN.MA LINE -- PANAMA
Share the best costumers of La days. CANAL COMi %!'
Belle Creole Soda Fountain. ** Tbe SS "Cristobal" of ,e Pa-
" * Mrs Bob Loughlih. returned to nama Line arrived from Cristn-
Going back to dear 'ole Ire. her home here this weejt after bal, C.Z. at 10:00 A.M. July "th,
land for two months vacation is a year in the U.S. Mrs Leouwin 1960.
I.Sandy (T.A.) Peden, manager of formerly Evelyn D'Adesky ret- On board were a total of 185
Citadelle Manufacturing Compa- turned with her lovely daughter passengers of which the follov.-
ny. They nfake twine in Derac "Holly Elizabeth". Husband Bob ing 15 disembarked at Port au
_.in North Haiti on the Dauphin is returning next %week by Pana- Prince:
C-.Plantation. Gordon Bennett from ma line with the family auto a Miss Kitty Bacr, Mr & Mrs
t' e Plymouth Cordage Company two-seater Triumph sports. Roy Carlson & 2 children 8, 6
:: of New England is filling in for * Yris., Mr Donald Clesca, Mr.
i Manager Peden. Marine Armand is expected Jean K. Desvarieux, Mrs Carl
.* home for a holiday this month. Fuller, Mr & Mrs George Hagi-
Spending the school holidays Martine who has been pursu- wara & child, Mr and Mrs Cecil
wiii 'New York are Jacques and ing studies in France and Eng- Morgan, Mr & Mrs Clarence Sit-
i.Soulouque (Daniel Fombrun) and land is now working with a Pa. tel.
Sth f water ski expert cousin ristan Travel Agency.
'Pilip Armand. * The SS "Ancon" of the Panama
* Doctor Andre Roy and Mou- Line will arrive from New York
Francois Ludeke and cousin mouche Lafontant were marTied at 7:00 A.M., July 10th, 1960.
Josilaile Theard are spending in a quiet civil wedding Thurs- On board are a total of 170
t'fhe holidays in a Camp in New day. p issengers of which the follow-
'York State. * ing 31 wi.lU disembark at Port au
* Jessie Ewald, daughter of Ar- Prince:
:Maurice Denis son of Mr and chitect and Mrs Max Ewald left Mr Jean A. Adelson, Dr and
'iJWrs Doudon Denis flew to the to Jamaica Wednesday morning Mrs Charles Bayas & son 2'i
,:States on vacation Sunday. to study secretarial work and Yrs., Mrs Frances Bijou & 3
.Gabriel Dorsainvil and Annette perfect her English. Friends of c.dldren 10. 8. 3 Yrs., Mgr Gio-
:Germaln were married in a 6:30 the- Melle Ewa!d gave her a viani Ferrofino, Dr Raymond
F. ceremony at the Sacre Coeur -endolf party-at Montana Tues- Francisque, Dr & Mrs David I.
. church of Turgeau Wednesday day night. She received friends. Frahk. Mr & Mrs Philippe Jour-
!'evening. to cocktails proceeding Cahane neault, Dr. Clermont Larache,
'- * Cucoune- St. Pierre's day eve Mr Gerard N. Martino. Mrs.
* Raymonde Risk Martino & child
S.'.Francou (Francoise) Desquiron Andy Ander6n- the popular 8 rooiths, Mr-i Mair. Falazzo.
ughter of Mr and Mrs Jean manager of Southerland Tours is Mr Robert PelouL, Mrs Aristide
fteglquiron departs this week for back fiom six weeks in New Petoia. Miss Marianna Petoia,
,' two month holiday in Canada's York with his lovely wife Ramo- r'rs E:iter B Pierie, Mrs Geor-
Ike country. wa. They will set-up house-keep -e Ney Piei re, Mi & Mrs Jean
* ing in the nev Anderson villa Rig,-id, Mi & Mis Joseph
Lawyer and Mrs Georges Le- "n Bourdon. Rosenldkl, Mr Numna D. Seme.



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led in a 6:30 ceremony at the
Sacre Coeur of Turgea last
night. A reception followed the
wedding at the Bazin home in
\venue du Travail.
wI
Carrying the distincu.,n of be-
*ng the first Haitian to enter the
"onservatoire National Superieur
de Musique de Paris for singing.
Melle Ghislaine Brii re retur-
led Thursday for her first va-
-ation in her homeland in five
cars. At the airport ..'.ere her
parentss Colonel and Mrs Fritz
'rierre and admirers and fri-
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Choeur


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hoped will give a concert before.
returning to continue 3 month;
years of voice study. '

Jaco and Colette Sassine clip-
pered to Miami Thursday. 7.-
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A vivacious Bonnie Lungwitz "-
looking extremely chic after 1i
months at school in Europe was-
welcomed to town Saturday by'y
her parents the Don Lungwitz-.
of Plantation Dauphin -. Bonnie
did her winter school months irr"
Betri Arosa, Switzerland and mi-
grated South to Cap NMartin-.-
iSouth of France) for the sum-.-|
mer classes.


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Constant Ignites

kL.'( litnuicn l' Irimt Ilai 'I I ) 1.'.cr ii-, es ]inm ldi cl.\ i (pI)I;- i, 1 i.s in
,ying hec fo.rtin s .L' I u l hr ci- by boindj l .i pir cul 't it I 'lied li:
p'c .I t ti dr, itrime t of th.- the \ahlll-: LCiO '.nu firo the dC o ti.e Sen
.tjti'al inhcritanc-, the Senate poit i n.,d- li. v che is of i.h,, i:. THE W
.4. PRepublic proposes: -that .urir, Conimr '., Po-.i au P,-ii.ner "'I am
j ee:e-xecuitie power, abeying to im vl.: al Ithf Sr. i&at: of th. I- ,' 1 ,,- 1 but
e.decssOin o collective effort i.,,lic. Fort au Prince, on Tues hat the I,
'WA! by the whole country to da:, July." 5th., 196. 15, l y J-.cmel ha
t-'t.b ,'<11, decrees in urgency. of tie Iiildepend-r.,:e.i solution
hcapabilitt of functioning jn "\'ALle rc-,ad.os2 lithese prijlj. em and w
j.' an Territory any Insur- tloni Senator Co.i:..i;it a-l: I i 'ecnts i'
.A; Comp.ar;*. Haitldn or Far- I 6c,.ht ol the, urgence aLId mnn. ieer tend
-P hica ojould refuse to ie- i-diale ate. incr'av c
It per cent of the values SEN.1'. Vi(;. A[1 1'H. ,r ,.c doct
red in Haiti under the form i ', iT.?IIL :, i'.;.Ot.!fPSIf '.(. erent."
'Aisurancc policy." .-'JiSV.'i i'n; o lthe call [:, r AB
f; 'ie ciond pioposifion laid of ij ur;criLe. Senior Banhu:" .t this
e the Senate Friday _was- -i". .Jddes'.ed the floor and esa-d ,itor C
use ol the perilous situa- iin .stl'.,l i'.': lf -'e %oe e 1i : nlihon-Lrne
at the Haitian community g e c e it means t h.a t v.c niser. A
S in':. lotday. considering that. lil\e i :l.e:': pir p :.sitLior.S 'i. h
r -the duty of the grreat pow- ,. r-i.. nt thi'. Srnat., a ad tl'i- from his
i..f the State to gixe satisfac- ".s- [-t iin iC:nis ULi.t v ae art c nr- and
to .the large national major- :ntormed of the question. ri I gra\e f
Which bought its entire ad- the Stvrnatr dol 's not .-It_'.e lP Ii: .hat the F
sion... to the call of the leader it is teady to consider the '1i mrmic cris
!,t .-.:,!tion "tow'ards a collect- ;on and approve it. 1 .
or-f to ensure the salva- "'It is evident that th- h:.il. darug
n -of all; [' -p. tls. m'vsti not be frozen a, -_ .
'The Senate of the Republii in.:st be- put ini the ecoi'llii i .id is.iltis
oposes. That the Execuli\e :te of thE country; the q les.- e t;i: '.nl
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-ian citizen
It was a f
1957 rincd
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Senate


n[purimni andl miut ':c
* a spue-il Comnr i: o
atce. ." -. -

not iagI st I". p O
I n:.- r-l m.i-nil i. "
alk oi tie President i
is shown the mcan:- to
of the I-H.liti p '- ,
e know that the i:' i,
.self under t"e -fo: .-
ancies Fasc;sn. I
ind conm'miiiism. ih s,
trines are c .itiuel l I

OUiT FASCESM
jiincture -f t[e d;'.-I
onstant asked S-;.i'
e to make i pe.a .
t this moment th. i. .
until then lha :' ., ,
seat, v.enit to lt.- I .
stated, *T.ie nml)',. .


or Haiti, acc)rCnl: I- :
Pies:dent said the -...-
sis is sharp.
ate ta'c. ts in li t
the- election Is -L' ha.,
ts nimbemine;ts. A v-,a;
l Esro', tascism n L
tion of saving ths-
it %hat he w.intn'lr
, was reduce the Hal
to the state of peo.i
fascist st system thait ih
to take the power -
Suserd th.n the C-il
h Clergy."


BO.NlO'.Il,'.s QUICK
ANSWERS
Le Matin continued that at tili
part of the expose the President
it the Se:iate- emphasized to Se
utor Briiohoulne that le '.'-as
oitig a"a:. I 'm rlihe que ,uiinl
ind .,anted to consuit the ;iss-
:-niblb to know i this a.en.bl;,
,'.as propcrl3. and sufficienti' ii,-
tormed.
In reply Senator Bonihonmmei
. claimed, "I hate been sdeile-ed
lere 1 will hand in my resign-.
.1lon to tlhe President of the i.c
*kablic. (becoming calmer lie
o .rtinued, i "'This iascist se.cto
':cpt on using the same fact.ois
to Ihuit the government's 'Aotil;.
I know that ii the government
fails in its progress of iilii.tnal

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alhvation I'U i n shi
%hole family."
'Coining hack agahi
-os.?, Senator Bunhon
..d, "Before making
we must make a c-
vlth cool heads "
Senator Boniliahmnu
..e Matin, \ ent back
ig Uhat he reti eat,.d
triton and said that
iitiolii of Senatul Conl
Before a special corn
..itor Constant. at t
alk.e-dl abon ti Me (
the Go\ei nament to
aiII proiLc ets and u.1l f)
i i J5ropositiont
OPPOSITION AI
liESILESS
Senator Bonhomm,
tr' an alli.siin trunm
stant, replied, "Whlk


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Haitian archilectl-re, e quiisite culiine an d co.:te | :.: i ." *'! ai.'t .1 h 't-rimi of tropical i '- s
andl gardenils Ithe lot m l)il[!i. om il h' iii In'%-'l :;.,_ i. .'. i-, ltl:h : i;,' ii l'r 9- iI;iainhbitiivd ;and tih ,
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Senate leGaston Jumehate had oe front of
10to hI %a l Coi, e w co tinued on page 20 h
nine derl,', gave a glress conference lanter.'

ireful -;.,td "Christian Science Moniet .
Diirie this conference Dr. i :iti
CiIIW1 firelie gave to himself the tri.. t tl.e '
diL'' Pu,,- Patty. He pressed the Gove, rn-,- _,
th p:,[^..u- i nint of the Um nited State it ..to

EKOsin ,: I -'Hailian s Gnvernllmenr becausete 1 ',
the^ Trib ri'.latter had be'ousne Commi;i.. i-
he Tm Iliiiro Dr. J-ic-rtle also declared at the
it -eie uL lfre that the press r and Ii'e of







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"HAITI SUN"


SUNDAY JULY 10TH, 1960'1


IN HAITI THIS WEEK
(Continued from page 2)
Roger Wollin, Public Relations Manager for the Latin American
Division of PA NAM in Miami spent two days here this week
with wife. Dorothy and their three children John, Gregory and
Melissa.
Christian Germain, PR for Pan Am here has arranged at ElI
Rancho a meeting for Mr. Wollin with some members of the
Press and the Director of Tourism Jacques Honorat, Ben Shindler
,fianager of El Rancho. (See the story on page 1)
Roger Wollin wha has been in Haiti many times said that he
just knew the country after driving himself through the street
of Port au Prince in a rented car.
Two sister from Grosse Pointe, Michigan, Janet and ludith
Mueller and their girl friend Catherine Florance a Teacher from
.- Minneapolis invaded our shores this week. Janet. a promising writ-
er is completing her studies in literature and Judith is majoring
in the history of art at the University of Michigan.
These three "Bebes" who came here for two days have prolcnr,-
ed their sojourn to five. They had their reservations made at El
"' Rancho but by lack of rooms available there they are staying
at the Damballa Hotel. They are three proficient meringue danc-
ers. Judith paints and plays guitar, Janet paints also. "This
Country is wonderful, said Kathy, it grows in everybody who can
see beauty and feels.
Dr. David Weinman of New Haven, Connecticut and his wife
Elizabeth are staying 3 weeks at the Oloffson.
Mrs. Geraldine Chatterton from New York and her daughter
Elizabeth, a High School girl are also guests at the Oloffson. i
Mrs. Chatterton's husband Charles works in jet engines for Pan
Am at Iddlewild, New York.
Engineer Robert Hinman of Fort Collins, Colorado, his wife
'. rances and two daughters Carole and Barbara, two students
,' flew down here this week in company with Mrs. Florence Rhoades
: and her daughter Marsha from California. Carole is compleiiing
.her studies in nursery at Lorette Heights College, Colorad. The
two other girls are in High School. They have bought four big
.drums from Ceasar of the El Rancho where they stayed, for 2 days
'-. The International Casinor was transferred Friday night in the
Riviera's Bamboche Room and Dinning Room which were remrod
eled by talented Haitian Architect Albert Mangones into a glarn
i':"orous Gambling Room, as we asked him to make a statement;
.-.'-"In my opinion, said General Manager Jack Friedlander, tius
I Casino is a credit for the tourism, and it helps the Riviera. But
"-this is not an answer. The answer is that the new Casino which
is being built on the Exposition Groundst will serve the Country
and the Public. It will be big and glamourous."
Mr. Fritz Noymer of the New England Manufacturing (leather
goods) is visiting Haiti this week. He is current guest at El Rancho.
Mr. Lawrehce Olinger, a history teacher from Los Altos, Calif.
and, his wife Paula are staying ten days at the Oloffson.

EXODUS TO BAHAMAS
(Continued from page 1) -lacing in danger the reputatLon
came about last year following of our country, that of our gov-
'..the drastic ;drought in the North- eminent and also the liberty
.est and according to the Nas- and dignity of those poor iomin-
.,dau Herald story the illegal ent- patriots that those negriers, ithe
ries into that island has increas- name given the slave boats,) of
ed rather than declined. In its the Northwest exploit to get
June 29th edition the Nassau from each one of them 150 gour-
paper cited that, "almost every- des, ($39.)
day reports arrive that another "This exposes them, on top ot
group of Haitians have been ar- everything else, to the dishon-
rested. We know that the pto- boring a "vexatoires" of subLal-
blem is not new." ternes of London to whom o,,r
It was suggested in the Le country and its history can, if
Matin editorial of a year ago it is necessary give lessons of
that the British Government be pride, of "savoir-vivre" and
a. approachedd so that an agreement comportment of man towards
.be made which would fix the the European."
annual quota to be accepted to According to a headline story
the Bahamas. "It seems that ih Le Matin this week, Friday.
". nothing, has been done," stated* the price offered for the Haitian
Le Matin, "and the contraband. migrants has not been elevated
not to say the illegal trade, went from $30 "For the Bahamau.,
?:- on and on without diminishing: Haitians cqst $30 a Head."

SiFOR EVERY OCCASION

SHOES
.( ,- * .


Latest Haitian Mode s
(Continued from page 1) sion of the Candlewick weave -
woven, entirely Haitian hand the cloth chosen for drapes in
picked, cleaned, twisted and dy- the Security Council Room of the
ed to form a 2-ply cotton of the
iame warp and weft in widths
of 50" or 30".
Hand sewen into simple yet
stylish line enbroidered frocks
this versatile material also mak-
as handsome sport shirts, chic
slacks, shorts or "at home" ev-
.:ning skirts all bursting with
.1 profusion of brilliant color in-
eluding a cosmopolitan off-white. -'. ll
vibrant blues and greens, (these
are also utilized in harmonious
combinations,) orange, shocking
pink; colors exuding luscious
earth tones and tropical hues.
In keeping with the native col- -. -
or harmony the off-white was
chosen from the cheesecloth '-.
worn by the people in the count-
ry while the Carabella Blue der-
ived its origin from a famous
Haitian manufacturer of blue ITRODUci


denim.
In some cases the new addi-
tions to the fabric's apparel line,
(the Elsa Armand dresses,) are
lined with contrasting colors of
imported fabrics but in all cases
the cotton material is like a na-
tural insulation cool during
the summer weather and comfor-
table in the cooler months. It is
here that the multitude of co'-
ors play their strongest hand to
determine the seasons.

Whichever style or fabric is
chosen the Armand materials fit
in an:,where whether it be at the
p,'olEde, cocktail party ut din-
ner table. Priced in a range
from $12 to $25 the Elsa Armand
styled dresses are manufactured
exclusively from this new fabric
which is a slightly thinner ver-


SENATE FIREWORK
.(Continued from page 19)

Haiti was going to the left. 1Ie
made this declaration, as did
Jumelle, on the basis of the
Presidential talk at Jacmel."
CONS ANT VS BONHOMM]E
According to Le Matin Cons-
tant began to speak again to de-
fend his propositions. He empha-
sized the measures against the
evasions of capital which
exist in other countries whether
they are communist, fascist, or
democratic.

In spite of all this Senator Bo-
nhomme declared that he would
vote against the urgence and ac-
cused Senator Constant of tising
blackmail by pushing the Sena-
tors to vote in arguing the pre-
sidential talk.
Senator Constant replied, "The
blackmailer is you. You are res-
ponsible for the situation that
has existed throughout the coun-
try for the past 33 months."
In the face of the heated "dis-
tJssion" the President adjourn-
ed the meeting.


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