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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
 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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Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00274

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a Sig tim lvind : t div
relatives ire .'-with'. his ,wi
.t1 the Moise, Chalom & CtIoh6o l ii sf
were entertained -here by M Ar and Mrs ,Elie Daha,
Victor Mansour. .
Mrs Isaac Abitbol -is spending i" s .z;r vacati.
'ier daughters Diane and RoseI:ly w iw. Diane is4.a
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ent. The Abitbols ,are seen..abourtetS witl Mr:ar
S lu s,-year-old ditghr R e as, witHu
in Haiti W esk- -" del t oig' s iness T
r -e El Ranelo where Simone Sassine-dresses were-,P,
'A' fenrale'voice thredtefiing io 'p.ply the toe (f her shoot. to her "Pleaserlocate where you're." It was t"Fc eble'A
^.lancing partner provided entertainment not' scheduled at the Ibo Iay by Mss Adre-AtKaslow fro
-tile Tbeuday, night. Seems like .trace Marie Sieresky, ex-Jance Audrey arrived at, the Grand Iotel Oloffson-on .A,31
"'rcher' And.,wif of Norman Sheesky a lawyer from Green- days; .This .:rmingDep 'P"batio Oficer-
wwu4- Village, 'New '*York, tobk .-xception "to, the'tango twists of fided regretfttlly'tot6i frie ds: I do' not vwan to
ag6'o'Nighr Club dance instructor Jack. GLonau whi 'had been -kept prolongin, e ojrn' ate. so
.. ' h. . '. . I . a p, o o' n n : e -o., at, Q.'.o '
.44 d, to dance 'a numberr witi. Grace Marie -by her husband be in .Puert Rico .s ce a, week,:een she' exceed
brmah. Unfortunately Mls. 'Shegeesky's skin tight Chinese, style, her mother. ..Audrey,,iiS! bewitchedi by -'he ar-..i-ms -
ress -as ..not onductive t, th 'saife completion of turns .and.dips bought, from prominent Haitianir cilpt6r A re-V''
si displayed ejpyd -wonderful sense of two e' footedness which beautiful statue .whicli, deicts 'h etera st
amss~d hr-1o6 the extent that Jack.,Gronriau-rceived' a- siarp .nd the Serpent. ; ..-,'- ; **- .-
.and Qo ds used in tines ot'ritationi ActTdlngto, Grac Insurance man Amold K,. Daivis, a very ogbtriend
tngo paitler was a lousy da ncer VAGcordup tolack. ers of thiiEL .RanctDi :s iany .t
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" HAITI .S U .N"


S.To Issue Olympic Cames Stamps > .
ib of the ome Olympic Games is to be marked centimes, red and yellow green, and 2 gourdes 50 centimes, olive
t.eissue of a et of seven Olympic stamps portray- grey and rose.
.pd history o modern Olympic events. First day The 10 centimes stamp has a background which shows the Olymp-
o Thursday iext, August- 18. ic Stadium at Melbourne, site of the last Olympic contests (1956)
..values have een covered by the new stamps; 10 d to the right foreground is the traditional Olympic torch, with
and orange: 20 centimes blue and light red; 50 vignette to the left showing the parade of winners at the first
.and light bown, and 1 gourde, brown and light Olympic contests in Athens (1896.)
'rail .values jake up the remainder of the set and The 20 centimes shows in the background a view of the Rome
Icetimes, purple and yellow brown; 1 gourde 50 Stadium, site of the 1960 Olympic contests. August 25th through
..1.... September 11th, while in the foreground is the traditional "discus-
thrower" statue.
The 50 centimes shows the scene of the "parade of athletes" at
;he last Melbourne Games, and portrayed in a vignette to the
left is the founder of modern Olympic Games. Pierre de Couber-
I in of France.
The G. 1.00 stamps shows the Stadium in Athens, 1896. while the
"rst modern Olympic Games were in progress.
L a. The 50 centimes airmail stamp portrays Pierre de Coubertin
and shows the flaming Ojympic torch against the background of
e Olympic Stadium at Melbourne.
The G. 1.50 shows again the traditional "discus-thrower" statue
against an aerial view of the 1960 Rome Olymipic Stadium.
The G. 2.50 joins together the parade of winners at the first
Olympic Games with a view of the parade of athletes at the last*
1' lelbourne Games.
-: .-.-- There will be a small imperforate souveniixstict.-
SOTHER HAITIAN OLYMPIC ISSMU -:.
A previous Olympic Games stimp series issued by Haiti wa.
.*.that of October 3, 1939 a semi-postal series whi, h honored and
..portrayed Pierre de Coubertin, organiser of tle m. Jern Olympics.
OR~i'. ......".. ...This was a three denomination' series :wvith a'i. vaue of 2.05
ya .. ... gourdes plus a surtax of 1.10 gourdes whiclI.'went th .IhMunimcipal
t.:ort Stadium in the Capital .' ....
This municipal stadium is no* -i .ae ritib. l ,0-12
the Haitian athlete who, on ape.- t nem lymip-
ird trials held in 01umbto set..new record -for the long
jump. (This record was lat.er'"bzkean:-byJesse Owe ) : Ca tor's
2at was commemorated in a series of stamps 'o two designs issu-
ed to years ago. -_ .
Considered the moving,.spirit behind the modern Olympic cvcn'!
is the latc Pierre de C ibertin. V lS Wbo or.more than
20 years before the first modern ami es-alcated the
-original ideals of the Greek Ol. j pa epedagogical reform
for his own country and the world. '
4 tamepsm portraying the modern Olympics and Pierre French Baron Pierir Coubertin will always be remembered for
lin which are to be released next Thursday, August 18. his famous stateme ,t, "The inipor:ant thing in the Olympic Gam-
age values and three airmail values comprise the met. es is 'no.tto win bit to take part, thd important Uting in life is
. ,,tse.. ,- ,,.sQ^ .. h a not to, triumph but to struggle. The essential. thing is not to have
ST FOOD IN THE CARIBBEAN!!! onquer'. but to have fought well.

HOTEL CHOUCOUNE

CABANE D iUCU E U IN HAITI SHOP
AT
| in the TORONTO GLOBE MAIL by
J. HEINTZMAN who was a guest atl
E ICHOUCOUNE during the month of
I S E.. February 190: F IR.
I HfIOTEL, the Choucoune, was about five miles abovE
Pedonvle. This is the residential section where
dern and the hotels are lavish and comfortabih, HAITI'S LARGEST FREE PORT PRI
n be.highly recommended. The usual meal migh' I GALLERIES FISHER ACROSS FROM NEW U.S.
a rum punch mixed with wild honey and lim, I )CURIO S FISHES ACROSS FROM
possibility could be flaming lobster, tried porl A .
anblack mushrooms, and then perhaps a sweet potiat SHOPS AND MAHOGINY
i.This would all be topped off with a strong black cui
coffee. SAVE UP TO 60 Per Cent ON
ld [tom botel night life, Petionville possesses a night clunl
ie ^ West Indices, the CABANE CHOUCOUNE, a build .AND BUY HAITIAN HAN
'r'nboo 'shaped like an Inverted Ice-cream cone. ThtAN
lo ke the chies ut in an African village, but thRAIGHT F OM TH F
aeofaha a large, smooth dance floor where a goo!$ STRAIGHT FROM THE FA
traplay the usual meringue." ON THE RUE DU QUAI
MPETE DINNER A LA CARTE: $4.
SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT: (AM. AND DINEkS CLUB AC
JlSDAY&gY4SATURDAY4YsEVENIN


FA f: OF
ASYLEES DEPART..
FOR VENEZUIELA
Mr. Charles Millery, his i wfe '5
Jeannine and their son, Charles .'.
Junior were given safe conduct
and permitted to depart for 'da-
racas after three months in asyl-
um at the Venezuelap Enibassy.
The Millerys sought Embasiy'as-
ylum 'three months ago following
the discovery by Government Se-
curity -Forces of61 an anti-Govern-
ment plot. ..
Jeannine Millery,' a vell-known
Port au Prince hair stylist, was
said to be implicated in the'plot
which was discovered with' the
seizing of dfttbr 'fiom local par-
Lisans addressed to aoe:dil~d ex- "
presidential candidate in New
York. Following a wave of arr-
ests, questioning and releases,
several individu s and. families .
took advantage o' Embassy a7yT
lum. ...' ..
The full circumstances of te -'
-plot -or *s cxtentzhavbe. -enoi yet:.
been revealed!oi.ihe public since
the initial di(closurf nice weeks
ago.


OBITUARY ,
Mr. Pierre Herisse collapsed
Jn.ZI died 'of a heart attack on .
udesday while attending the. fur- .
il, of .Lieutitenant Colonel Jos-
'eph Jeannotat the Sacre Cocur -
of Turgeau..:. ,.,.
-An .pwdo-r many. years
of Valeria Cahez GeneralEl. EI-
etrie: Co., -representatives .-i
HIaiti .Pierre i'risse was. an
infatigable joker and was -well-
known- and liked throughout 'the
community.
LI. Col. Jeannot, who had been '
transferred from the Airforce to
Army Headguarteres three years
ago, had been suffering from ill
health for some tiife. Given a
full military. funeral the popular '"
Army officer leaves a wife and -
young family.
The i-aiti Sun wishes to extend'
it condolences to the families of '-
Pierre Herisse and Lt. Col. Jo- ,
seph Jeannot.











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grated to' become contented far-
mers or maybe gangsters and
the Island no longer hears the
booming voice of the pirate can-
non, the "Long Toms." Per.haps
the last remnant from the pir-
ate days is the little contraband
trade carried on between lie de
la Tortue and the surrounding
Islands, including Nassau, Baha-
mas. However we heard that a
French priest named Father Ri-
au had founded a hospital on the
island so we decided to take a
look.
EXCITING TRIP IF SAFETY
IS FORGOTTEN
The trip to Turtle Island is a


trying if picturesque one. To
cross the channel, where the buc-
caneers used to roam in ambush
for the Spanish Galleons, you
have only the choice of the Coast
Guard patrol boat, (and this on-
ly if you have influential fri-
ends), or the fishermen's tiny
sail boats. The trip is fascinating
if you can disregard all notion
of safety.
The sea is blue, the wind brisk
and,, when you are engulfed bet-
ween two big rolling waves, you
wonder if you will co me out
alive-you always do. The skill
of those fishermen is incredible
and one cannot help but think
of the pirates who, in boats of


about the same size, attLcked,
the big Spanish' Galleons.
It may take you anywhere
from 4-5 minutes to three hours,
or more, to cross thhe c-annel.
Once you get to the island there
is a steep goat trail to climb and
for this you hire a burro or a
horse, or, if you think you are
young enough, (and a lot Af peo-
ple like to pre tend that ithey
are,) you attempt to go on lool.
When you arrive, alter, an lhoui.
at the hospital ;,ou wonder how
anybody but Sir Edmund Hillary
and the sherpa Tien Tsing could
ever think of living there. Yoj
wonder even more how the hied-
vy material could be hauled up


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gNO wATER 5IORTAGV

NatS FARM
WilPae range too
supply this year? Do you havy range tooy
arr t short on water satio or fhig? There's usiuy plentI
:.u ca gh o w ere it, belongs:
Are .Yo caut ta po~nd for irrigationtor putiwhre
of water? that fals . the problem is to Pat itwhrit~InS
rom water? Wgn apn athe problem Cat@ Diesel Tractor.
OBfwUd in t t c the water. Clear out water contSod
of; wate yoll reggy shine ff you have rand plont-rol
That'S where you'l Build stockpO dams, ditches, for water co
teraest conltrolth nsd
Buidoze a b Build stock
stealing br~a and scrub Caiee Traco

E 8aretie when yol oIn Odr faUs, you
and storage, your paime whe i yoU own a Cat Diesel
ouoa do all this in yo e ad. In dry falls ound
toru Here stetatrhtstays busy all year arOl pce
can plow or subsoilw wheel tractOS spin on the hdpked ground
oil where what tactoIn winter, you'll clea
_, 2tow where wheels bog doo ino
th fe iota, aoa w.. re .--eel trctOTs refuPto go.W"- Ne'i gladlyU
n wet springs, y ou re e.
the feed ot'-
ee hetactgr that wkojk5 bestAdeP.M 7, torstr.W'l ld
see the or adeIotration .
arrange for a dem callsusration"us
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While You're think





HAYTIAN TRACTOR
& EQUIPMENT CO., S.

MAURICE BONNEFIL,

Manager, Chancerelles.


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. For free literature, "Power Farming." telling how Cat
Diesel Tractors fit your program, send us coupon.
I farm.---...acre, with.....-- acre of crop land and

0 I want a demonstration-no obligation.
o Check here if you are a student.
.Name

Address

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Father Riou-Last Of Turtle Island Bucc neers


I you are just a callous tour- church or to.:he
ist in search of strange excite lion centre. Resft
inents, and it would tbe strange ted are the wogTjI
I ndeed:to..tahe.-leasure lookin- this man. AL .
at humnri misTery and. wretched was a communist
ness,- you _will .think of Father him, communists.wi.e1
Riou. as a salesman :trying t rect the wrongs:: a
swing a big deal with you. But ind he was. a fi
if you are an ordinary humai ist too. He became
being you will be only to glac a big striie in f-raw
to help. One thing that strike out-front in the figih
you when you listen to the Fatfi fore he was caugHt
or is that there must be a Io: six months -ini..
df nice pQople, left.in that greedy things,, he wa.i4
world;_ .eve a idexperienced and decided
eye realizes that-it takes a lot get out of prison he-
of money to run the, hospital as. become a missionary
efficiently as it is run. congregation, the IV
-It is a regular hospital '-run stationed him in. the:
by very capable, technicians. All tion of Haiti the,'A
the illnesses of; tb& world ar . .
met and cared fofaiere; the pa.. WOJKING FO#..
tL-nts are cared; for% drugs, food '- TWENTY-FOURl..
and shelter are prbddp.and .ev-"
en clothing is issued when. it is When he -arrived in,
I available;-.'-o-preserwe- the dign- Father Rionu Ws9r
I .ty. of. his: patients iFaierRiou appalling, misery Oe
insists that everybody;, must pay,: owners. He was sent~
at a minimum, at least a hmckel, posts all over the NqI
which 'is what most. of the ivas finally despafot
patients pay as a maximum. ; tue, Island of pirate,_
HUMOR ALONG ing bythe "sln of"ft
WITIF' SORROW. converted,the jsIi
The -JeoHBop Cmeat- -alL-.mnes: erpart opiAtbS
beiause..,suffering .cannot-w a it. pital in Africa..,-Fathe
The Father tells us laughingly now been in Haiti fo
of a. recent experience. In the Father Riou clAims
middle of a lashing downpour of last of the Tortue Isla
rain he was pulled out ot bed eers because he is alt
by people asking for help; these ing with rich peopleK:
people were- bringing a prospect- direct talk, (he'has-no
i- e' mother to-fthe hospital on. an -
rnproviscd stretcher. (Continued o

DISCOVER T E. FASCINA



'h rough Its Postage S1
For comn plete information "ihs
Stamps and other details' which i
v . . -. .. t.t.. r

furnished you free of charge; w

P.O. Box 723 ORT-AU-PRIN

WHAT MAKES 'A WEDNESDAY NJQTE.T
AT THE


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SO EXCITINGLY DIFFERENT" --FO



FAMOUS BACOULOU


"HAITI SUN"


there.- -such -as that 'big,- rin3
surplus power plant that provide
es light and power to the hospi-
tal.
YOU THE GALLEON -
FATHER RIOU
THE BUCCANEER?
Father Riou is on hand tc
greet you and very eager to take
you around, especially eager tc
tell you about his future project.
and the needs of the hospital'
Ne\per forget -that to him yot
are a Spanish Galleon and tha
I.e is r'ie last of lie de la Tor
tue's buccaneers.


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AUGUST 14, 1960


S' H'A P'S UN"


"'A I -T, IN- .S U
GLENSH GUAG. NE PAPER
(.jqmmnunity Weekly Published Sunday Morning
.toFPublisher BERNARD DIEDERICH
IJAnfl-Responsable IIIAUCLAIR LABISSIERE
R OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN.
ESTABLISHED IN 1950


0ESSO CAMPAIGN BE FAR REACHING?

b Standard Oil's Kerosene and "Cuisinesso" camn-
tturally is expected "by the importers, produc-
S'promoters to realize a good margin of profit,
Ih-t profit for Haiti in land saving aend increased
eudtion is a potential that outweighs fal other


is the educational aspect of the forthcoming
I.' C to' e ignored. Eso is to issue thousands of
ltes anid booklets, together with crayons, which,
gtelded; 'will emipVhsis the baltte against erosion
E of EHaitian soil and economy. ,
SoBtazndaard Oil, S.A., plans hitting a'll the rural
la. w.aith lo wth udpeakers and demonstrations.P
n stove and its economy promoting
"Blue flame" Kerosene. Thus the ,tove
baffle isO n
-njust importantt point to remember. Most
F ,:4 families are too -poor even to use CHAR-:
to resort to meagre splinters of brush,
ca,,t* &ther o atilize on'-lir piti-
i M W. V. 55 F, l"
I4. wiij' w 't e Thehi4r coffee,


gh 9 gourdes, (1.80 U.S..) tihe price of one
He-new kerosene stoves, does not sound much to
_Vifit editorial, It must be ralied that
avpage peasatn Tfaknily it dotm-t itues a suauh
e one'wh T to utilized; if avail-
, for food and diothling before thoighit are given


afeture etihe program Awi shcd
oderej~n; it is to be .hoped that, tdhiwhow, the
usaids of poor charooi farmers, carriers and vend-
' can, move -.onto a more remunerative ;omiplyment
a.lati-charcal campaign meets with the success


,NEW
& ,N* W


ART SALON AT GIFT FAIR


A


The paintings of some of Haiti's foremost artists are on displu
the recently opened Art Salon of Port au Prince's largest tnuri'
k b*iium, "Gift Fair." (Continued on page 20)
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CONGQ& ) ALS,,,

"TC ICIANS
(ContlAued fIrm page '1)
Vacancies are available for
IADIO OPERATORS, applicants
must be licensed first or second-
class and able .to transmit and
receive by morse or vibroflex.
1:ey thirty words per minute mi-.
nimum touch typing speed,
40 words per minute, Applicants
should also have a knowledge
and ability to operate and maint-
ain telegraph and voice..,
RADIO TRANSMITTERS, ab-
ility to erect simple antennae
for portable equipment. .(salary
for this and previous position is
$3,730 gross per annum.)
RADIO TECHNICIANS, Must
be technical Institute graduates
or equivalent and must be able
to install and maintain, :repair
and operate, fixed and mobile
transmitting equipment up to 10
kilowatts; also fixed, mobile,and
portable communications receiv-'
ers and diversity systems; rep-
air and maintain power generat-
ors; must" have the ability to
devise and erect omn.n-direction-
al antennae and feeder lines. A
minimum of five. years -experi-
ence is necessary. (salary, 4,250
dollars per annum.)
MALE SECRETARIES, must
be high school .or .Conmmercial
school graduates or equivalent
with fifty words per-minute typ-
ing and ninety words per minute
shorthand in both English .and
French; several years experien-
ce preferred, (Salary same as
radio operators.) .


Members of the jury examine the honor winaicg thesis o Pori.y
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GUARDS, must be at least five --.
feet 10"inches tall wiit three or au Princieu Nirva Legros, a medical student at the famed J'aculte
four years' military -r police ex-
perience, high school graduate i,,r Monatpellier.
or equivalent. (Sala.y 3,240 dol-
lars gross per annum ) ,
All candidates for a;I the abo- >"- r'' s-% -'
ve named positions r-ust be aged
between 23 40 years. have a
good' working knowledge of E I-
glish and French, (except sec-
retaries who must be fluent,)
all applicants must be of first
class physical condition; initial
appointment for on.- year sub-
ject to renewal. In addition to
salaries successful ~-.ppi c t n nt s
wil receive a subsis-ance allow-
-ance appropriate to rniission ar-
eas. Duty stations w*ill not ne-
cessarily be in the Congo but
could also be in ot,.er political.
missions.
As the commencing of duty is
required at the earliest possible :
date it is requested 'hat prosprc- '.' :
Live applicants from Haiti tfor
the above detailed positions call Miss Nirva Legros presents the jury with her thesis owi t'r rar
at the United Nations Organiza-
tion's head office or the Exposi-
tion Grounds for further inform- ind litle known disease Dirotilariois. Nir -". '
ution and interview w'lh Mr, 'e-
rard Delmas. i Allorucy and Mrs Eugene Legros of' Port an 'Prince. .


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1959 21,000 miles, Excellent will be hed Thursday and Fri- Jan. 15, 1961. First grade applic
condition day August -18th and 19th from ants must be six years o!d before
S.00 to 12:00 A.T. Classes for Jan. 15, 1061 to be eligible fo.
By again priced. -- CASH sale. Kindergarten through Tenth Gra- First Grade.
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H highest honors and meritorious success were reaped by Miss
Nirvna.Legros,. daughter of Attorney and Mrs Eugene Legros, Port"*:"
au Prince, when, on July 13, before a jury composed of the great-..
cst personalities of the Medical world, she passed her thesis.

With the conclusion of her Medical studies Miss Legros will
cave the Faculte de Montpellier in Southern France one of Itc:
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(Continued from page 11
^ burning off forest and scrub land
to process charcoal, the national
medium for cooking for decades.
SPreparation for the presenta-
".tion of the Esso program has
been underway for several
.months and with the approval
F;of -the Haitian Government the
: designated "National Kerosene
.' Week" will be inaugurated on
"I Monday.
CUISINESSO" TO
', REVOLUTIONIZE COOKING
One of the main elements in
,'preparing for the program has
r-been the establishment of a ke-
-,rosene stove manufacturing unit
|by-the Haiti'Metfa, S.A., through
Vthe: cooperation of Esso. (Esso
:Standard Oil -Go. S.A., .Ltd., is
,;. Bahamian Coripany with its
head office in i.Coral.. Gables:
;which takes care of Esso. inter
"ists. in the Caribbean, -'nd; -Ceri-
fitral "'America.. : ..
-tThe production of. thi&5s11te.
'. widely accepict;' will,. ;rolu-
>oriize the Haiartilouasfehld L.armd
cooking ..iethodls al ;the me
Sit me'eliminatiig the ue of char-
dto16 derived from 'thi scohLntry's
p'recibous and dwI tii.supplic
wood. ;e'-
SSpeciael equipn _iit';been ac-
*iqu'ired and' tecIi .'tatrain-
|ed by the Haiti I 'f._any
making it possi before the li' rm
to produce 16,000 kerosene sfoves
Ber month which, it is intended,
Wll be sora throughout the island
at' -areasonable price. Adequate
.supplies of fuel kerosene will be
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SUNDAY AUGUSti'


nesso" To Combat Soil Erosio


KEROSENE


STOVE COULD PUT AN END TO CHARCOAL BURNING


available in all sectors of Haiti
as fuel for the new sto, es.
CREEPING LAND EROSION
Reviewing the program early
this week Mr A. W. Sp'llett, Esso
Manager in Haiti pointed out that
the creeping erosion of the land,
caused largely by the cutting of
forests for fuel, constituted one
of the most serious economic
problems facing this country to-
day. Each year, he said, winds
and rain combine to wash away
into the sea some five per cent
of the nation's valuable, product-
ive top' soil.
"Our program to be inaugurat-
ed next Monday, (August 15,)
during a "National Kerosene
Week" is s p ec i a.ll y design-
ed to assist Haiti in reducing
the consumption- 6 -wood through'
widespread- use of kerosene,
'"Mr.. Spillett.."stated. The Esso
M;.anagec said that the new port-
'able stoves how being turned out
:by the Haiti .Metal S.A., repres-
epted in 'itself. the creation -of a
fiew industry: in the country, re-.
sulting in':additional employment
and gi eater self-sufficiency for.
the nation. 1 -' .

S'.ESi'ORE HAITI'S.
-. 'CARIBBEAN POSITION '-
"To restore Haiti to one of- he
richest..agricultqral lands in the:
Cari'bbeih it is'"now of immed-
iate importance to the nation's
economy that the new program
of soil conservation and develop-
ment of forest reserves be ins-
tituted to foster the country's


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that "Kerosene Week" will mark
the beginning of this important
phase in Haiti's history and that
it will make a major contribu-
tion to the future prosperity of
this nation."

PRESIDENT ENTHtUSIASTIC
The Director of the Esso
Company w i t h .interests throu-
ghout Ccnrrai America, Mr Ro-
bert O'Farrell, in company with
the Minister of Commerce Herve
Boyer. local Esso manager Al-
fred Spillett and Regional man-
ager Manuel Guadia, met for a
25 minute tele a tete with the
President of the Republic, Dr.
Francois Duvalier at Uie Nation-
al Palace on Monday this week.
They presented President Du-
valier with one of the locally
manufactured kerosene s t o .: s
and several samples of merchan-
dise material. Mr O'Farrell later
stated that the President "app-
eared to be extremely enthusias-
tic about the whole program bas-
ed on erosion prevention and re-
afforestation."
HArrITI LOWEST
KEROSENE CONSUMILER
According to computed statis-
tics this country is the lowest
consumer of Kerosene in the
Americas if not in the entire
world. In comparison to on an-
nual ratio consumption of 0.27
in Haili, Jamaica consumes 5.11,
Puerto Rico 14.39, Suriname 5.20
and British Guiana 8.33. Haiti's
annual gallon consumption is-put
at around 800,000 gallons. The
directors of Esso this week stat-
ed that Kerosene is generally
speaking a poor man's fuel.

HEAVY KEROSENE DUTY
Despite the fact that Kerosene
is a low priced fuel the tax on
this commodity is 11.9 cents
which causes many a farming
household in this country to
make use of diesel oil in their
little lamps known as "lampe
tete gridape." Although this dies-
el oil has a comparatively low
import duty it also has a high
smoke content 'and gives only
a dim and ineffectual light.

PRONOUNCED ECONOMY
The time-honored practice ol
selling charcoal for. the house-
hold fire and cooking fuel can
L.e been carried out daily in the
streets of every city and town


Quality.- 4M & o ZSs 0096a. Sisal.
IRAND RUE cL tAe. Ul.S.. PHONE-: 26. i


of laiti. Despensing their black-
ened cargo from bags slung over
the backs of burdened donkeys
the charcoal burners and sellers.
have, up tutil now, been an es-
sential part of Haitian life and
disastrous part of the country's
economy for with each passing
year the trees providing char-
coal become more and more
scarce and the soil. once held
together by these.trees, becomes
more arid and receptive to ero-
sion.
Thus the hoped for nation \v.ide
introduction of kerosene as a
fuel in the Haitian household and
as a replacement oi clarcoa-l,
can help fight back at erosion
and a sist in realforestation.


While it costs 75 centii.~
cents U.S.) daily- in the"al
household for charcoal;.'a.,g
of kerosene. costing.
centimes, (35 cents Anmei
can last a normal. f~a.Uli
members for four days.:.-'!
A noon press conference-
held at the Beau Riviw'l
Tuesday by the Esso '-t i
Oil. S A., and attended ; i^y
members of the press aat.
iness circles. At this, metih&
directors of Esso discusez.
[orthcoimin "National.K
V'eek' and explained trlie
am in full. '; .i* ,
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orientation trip and meet-
-4i-th, banking and Govern-
fit officialss was undertaken
ast'.week by Don Felipe
s the President of the In-
erican- Development Bank.
to Halfir by under-
0o Mate Marcel Dau-
yovernor of the Inter-
ecanDevelopment Bank in
-- Dr. Luclen Hibbert,
teDirector of the bank,
tent conferred at the
s'iidbauguration in Salvador,
jGs.a former Haitian Arn-
.to; the OAS,) Mr. Her-
1 .f-lduring his stay, was a
ltp'th. Villa Creole.
Mhe .usy schedule of the In-
l"tican Bank President in-
aek, vit1 with the Minister
.i?.a.=nd Agriculture Ge-
1Tli~eaux, 'with officials


ers and a dinner at Hotel Chou-
coune.
A financier for 38 years in his
homeland, Herrera was given a
special interview, Friday last,
with the President of the Repu-
blic Dr. Francois Duvaller which
was followed by a press confer-
once.at the Pan American Office.
During the press conference
.uider-Finance Secretary Marcel
Daumec stated "Haiti is not yet


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a paid up member, (of the In-
lor-American bank,) bdt expects Twelve paintings by the 28- Papa" (m 'father)'is 'ihe harsh
to be soon." Mr. Herrera said 'year-old Port au' Prince artist and garishly bright "La Fee Ar
that Haiti deserved priority for Pierre Dominique Juste are on be" which despite its' affront anir
a loan from the Inter-American display at the UNESCO office on the viewing eye tends to hold
Bank and would probably be con-: Avenue Marie-Jeann' The exhib-. prolonged attention with its fi
sidered by the administration for, ition commenced at 6pm' on and definate lines.'
special loan attention. hursdayiAugust 4. .
A- painter of- the impressionist. The' water color section of fthe
Loans are made at a minimum- school JuAte. commenced his art Pierre D. Juste show is devoted
of $5,000.000 or a maximum of career in 1944 and since then to :scenes from the wountaims:
$100,000,000. Interest on all loans hias exhibited one man shows in of Kenscoff including "lan;
is rated at 7 per cent. he capital on three occasion cienne route de Kenscotf"
i in 196' at the Institut Francais,. "A la, Fontaine,- je vos-Ke
959 the" Camaraderie Club and coff.'.' 'La. Nuit,"., (the nude )i.isB
us current' display which con- a combination- of bright colors,
eudes.'on the 18th'of this month, and blending .over tones together :
"' aaturing 12 of his oils and. with ,a humorous:., note. .added ..t
vf "er color works "Juste' "Ex- a section of the reclining -fern
osit ds eures deArs ales anatomy. which is cover6ld.
.e" is'a dlay' of contrast. Next by.,the,record cover.. from a
-o -* o' 'the blending tones of "Mon Qhoyen selection..... .. ,-
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1rchoir on Wednesday and C. DAIFM NT
i ars y meeting with Minis- ' -.
Affairs Raymond

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4TS TO HAITI
-ASprogram of Technical Le rof amfIlorh dO la ban1 A
Srecently accorded 18 .. a
.to HaitianH s fdonne ue raiofWW
lady Abroad. u C suppl >aire
hose benefitting from the S I eM rdul D.Juste
ut 'are: Dr. Henri Donfjf j -,.._.'... _.._ _

S!aw; Joseph Andre Eu- iandll quo Ia construction. 16g re
irr4 b-lie Administration; er-cushio ans Chambre C W' Y' LOR CHARACTER
loas Catulle Felix, languag- up u onSnChabCHARACTER
And literature Miss Jacque- p. r Sw L bet-f.J ..ua e
&"' -d IN YOpO E R
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re Trouillot, Geology; Jean de pla i doat, 4'
qy ; -Agriculture; Fritz Syl-s mine tn.
tre, Social Science; Raoul Gog r ine qu
Social Science and Eco- pratq!
tis; Jean-4TGaina Zn- CreVBipS tUd
P Pub Iti i Addinistration;
s Edith Viel, Dental Medici- E A R .
XMiss Emma Perou, Langua-
Miss Martha Ttouillot, Geo- a
,'Justin Dejean and Mr. E .
plan, Geology; Dr. Gerard si l. tUlofbT s
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Daring Stowaway In Plane's Wheel Housiig
1' (Continued from page 1) covered by Pan American mech- ed him to pick his dangerous Members of the Chauffeur-Gul- marked with his "itinery
carrying a mall airline b anics and refuelers working on way of exodus from Brazil. de Association pressed sandwich- Brazil to Los Angeles..ia
arked REAL Gwiazdwsk born the DC7 at its scheduled stops. The blonde youth's deportment es and money on Stanislav Gwi- na.
marked l Gwiazdws i l, born Stanislav had no food during and conduct won him a lot of azdovski prior to his Tuesday .
SPolsh parents in Berlin, Dec- his epic journey and only two admiration from Pan American departure and such was the im-
Sember 3, 1943 and a Brail resid- small bottles of water to stave employees, the immigration au- pression created by him on a ST PH N l
ent for the past three years, e- off thirst. These .he used to urin- thorities and Bowcn Field offi- Flight Engineer that it was sug- .STEPHENIT s
M.V. HAT TRAM,
therged Ocean Rover"his hiding place ina- ate in and he dropped from the cials. gested that- the latter may, in M. V. HAITI M.
the. plane still carrying them in one the near future, sponsor the RE:T
ternoon only 2 hours and a hand. On Tuesday Stanislav wasouth to the U.S. The two sap
half by air from nis goal, Miami. flown back to Brazil by Pan pAd Ndresses and StanislaL gave
T* Taken into custody immedia- American .on the Clipper "Sam us as being Cidade Sao Paulo forthnightly sailings o
On Sunday August 7 the slim tely upon landing Gwiazdovski Huston" this time in the com- Lapa-Rua Estao No. 856.iami- Port Pr
Young stowaway climbed up into spent the night in the custody forts of a regular passenger seat. .
g:' the nose wheel compartment of of the Haitian Immigration Au- Such vas the attention aroused It was only by a miscalcula- PERSONALLY SUPERV
the Pan American' Clipper as thorities who gave him good by the impressive visitor that Lion in geography that Gwiaz- LOADING AND' UN*I.i
., she sat on the Sao Paulo runway treatment. Why was he travel- one tourist, unaware of the ille- dovski. a speaker of Portugese.
prior to departure for Trinidad, ling to the U.S.? The assured gal immigrant's status, inquired Spanish, German and several For full information &al
.' enezuela, Curacao, Port au young "traveller" stated Tues- as to who the film star was? and woids of English, missed his 37 Rue des Cesars
Prince and Miami. At each of day that .his motives w-.re cu- a guide, requested that, his pict- fired port of destination he Telephone. Zdk-5
'those stops prior to landing in riousity, hopes for a better fut- ure-be taken with the Pole as a crrtainly 'had planned well en- MIAMI ADDRESS: ; "t
Haiti the young Pole managed ure and the possibility of be- mark of rememberence of this ough for amongst -his meagre Telephone: Highlaid 1
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6:00 pm-Test pattern Music : 7:W6 pm
",- ',_____ ,________ (Records) :
7:00 pm-Evening General Progr- '
LUGUST 15, 1960 8:00 pm-La Belle .Creole 'Show: am Schedule 7:26 pft
S. "Frankie Laine" 7:03 pm-:-Weather Report .
est _-pattern Music 7:06 pm-Album Tele-Haiti Pa-
Secords) 8:30 pm-The United Shoe, Associ- noramic scenes of every- 7:45.pm
ation, S.A., the most mo.-s where -
:vening Qenetal Progr- dern shoe factory in- the] 7:26 pm-Cartoons and Kid Corn-
m: Schedule Caribbean, will inaugur-. edies Children's Pro- 8:00 pm
ate its program: "High-, gram
leather Report way .Patrol", Starring:- 7:45 pmr-Telenews (1st edition) 8:15 pm
children's pro gr am .Broderick Crawford. Review of the day's ev-
rtoOns 9:00 pm-Telenews (2,n d edition) ents. .
Summary of. the .late 8:00 pmn-"La Source -du Sourire" .
he' extraordinary adv- 24 hours at Aim-Bessem 8:30 pm
itures of Don Winslow 9:05 pm-Celebrities Litera"-- with Julien Bertheau-!and
nd. the Coast Guards- -Art.' Jeanine Alari.- .
, 9:30:-pim--iThbe Voice of Firestone 8:30 pmp--Fdreighi Intrigue: "'.'Scien- .
Sei.ew w edition- ..i t .V .Concert..iala ce Conference", starring .
S.te. day's ev- 10:00:pm-' o;4 Program Na James Daly brdught to .
---_ -" t d; d s 1. 0 p m- C.l.sona r Anthem r N you by Haiti Trading Co.
S, : .- 900 pm---Telenews' -- 2nd edition
;. .- -Suftbmary of the late .9:30 pm-
.-. 'news .
-9:05 pm-Telecinenta: ."L'Hlistoire
de. Miss Blackwell" (2nd 9:5 p" -
part) 10:00pm-
10:00 pm-Close of Propgram -N.- ..
tional Anthem ., Sat
.. Saturday
Wednesday AUGUST 17 1960, .
.6.00 pm-
t- 6:00 pm--Test pattern Music -
(Records): :00 pm-
7:00 pm-Evening General Progr-
am Schedule 703
7:03 pr --Weather Report 703 pm-
-7:06 pm--Album Tele-Haiti, -- Pa- ,
.."noramic scenes of every-
here 25 pm-
'7,:30.pm--Cartoohis and Mid Com- .
- dies -,- Cildri'.s"Pro-
tgram t 7" C 7f5 pm-
4 --:45..pn- Telenews--- (1ss editin'-on '-;
; Retiew of- the day's ev.

..- t s.-.- ",- ....9. 00 p m -
:00 pni-Flying 'Cadets Exide -
-'., '.B'attei Show
-8:30 p Mh--Man of the. Week ,"
9- 00 pmr-Telehews -: -2nd ditiobu n- "
W.'Summary of: the -late,
news
9:,05 pm-.-estern. Theater: We'.
-, emMaMl'
.10 00 pmo--Close of'- Rtogram -- Na- 0- p-'
,- ftional, Ahhoin
-i: -7,.z' ''.'.-
'Thlur.sday -AUGUST 18 19060 : Et.

.6:00 pm-Test p:tern M- music -
(RecoLds) -
E.E00) pm-E,'eni'ng Geneial Ptogr-
Sam-.Schedle '. p
7:03 m-Weather Report" .
4 .;7.Go pn--Albu~' 'rele-Hai i Pa,- -
-. 7 nm'runt- scenes of every- 'Suidg yi
where
77:26 pro-Cartoons and Kid Cornm -. .0iO0 pmm
:ddis. -- ...hildc s -Pro-
: 'n1 n-1-2:t 'p gT'rl 200 m-
:" 5 pm--e'ews -.I ,t ediid0u .
.t Iteview ol thie day's ev- 2- O .pn-
PV- erts.
W ''8_00 pm-'Pour, Qous Mestues" ... :00 pm
tCopking Snow'
S:-30 pm--The FIjorianu/Z "iac" 3:15 pom-
Show l ruii3 'uto you
Siy "'La Vaison Lel io -
'.Ba, ."ailly' 3::30 pm-
9.00 pm-.Telenews.- 2nd ;dieion .
S,,mniary' of- tf-e ,te .
news -
j 905 pm-Telecenernma 4.. :00 pri--
Theater:. "Border Ba'd- d4:05pm-
A' man"-"
00 :00 Ipm--Close of Program --- Na-
illtifonal -AnthIrr '
Friday. AUGUST 19,-1960 4:20 pmn
S:00 pm-Test ..pittepn Nrusie- 5:50 pm--
L tRecordsr- .. ,-
7 00 pm--Evning General Progr--. 600 p -i
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Lor cei

i--artoons and TRW i
edies -- C

i-Telenews --
Review of tI.daf

L-"A vous Ne.r
Pierre Cronesse-
a---ndustry on. al
SReview of. the,-iatej
- leivements- inT3ie
can. Industry
-The Ford Sow
Adventures f.:Jo
,Hood: "The- Prft
Starring RiF afartG.
Followed by .tfie
ures' of .FIsfW GQr&MA
"Space Smigele"'

-Telenety s-' (2ndedil
S u m m ar.y- of V

-Telecinema-
- Close'of Pr'ogra,..
ti6ial Anthet"'..

.y AUGUST 20,`,l

-Test' patterni'
(fecotdi)
-Evening .Geneial .
'am SchedIue"le
-Weather ReprfM
-AlMbur Tel
.oramic -'scees `

-Wasgoors- and" KiS.-

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Westinghouse Show -'.
Telenews 3nd editio
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Close of mBogran N
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AUGUST 21
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Star Perfo r mancf
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Powell
Weather '-,*.or
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HFaitian Artists
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Colorful, Exotic Haiti A Blenld And New


0.Hmowing article, recorded recently in the Sunday Tratedl
ICR the New York Tribune, was the result of a trip to'
Mildred anmid Milton Long who were specially invitedl
'Itnme Marini of the Hotel Choucoune as his guests for
iodt of 10 days. The couple also took a side trip' to CapL
S'.and the Citadelle.
,hours by Pan Am from and the soft laugh are peculiar-
01i" you land smack into ly.suited to the warm coffee-toi-.
S-*,ulture, another langu- ed skins.
another civilization Haiti


irench-speaking and un-
g!ible in this, the twentiet i
initial impact is color
Ai.clolhes oh the strong
.a'eu women .walking erect.
rge lade.baskets. fotheir
as, the street. abd-tnarket
ic sJooking l4 ei ., ild's flng-
aig ove'. with the
l t yellow f.he -sun, the
sing white h th-ne naT-
, whose, iors range
i i' the' pale fe-au lait. -t
onrice.. ." -- .
voice's, speaking French'
i: C ole .are musical and low;-
n..body in this country does
.. screaming or yelling, we
t4't heard it in a week of
iering. The Gallic shrug


SUBURB IN THE HILLS


After pa ying our "landi;ig
fee" at the airport ($2 each) ald
confirming our Pan Am flight to
.Jamaica. a week hence, we walk-
'd-, ;,utt .'into the sundrenched
streets of-Port au Prince (hot,
but with a.breeze) and told t e
taxi-ihan self-consciously, "L'h -
tel Choucowue, s'il vous plait, en-
.Petionytile.'? Petionville is a sub-
urb inh tlh: hills above Port na
Prin.e ~iut twenty minutes
from the hIeart of town, with en-
ough elevation (1,200 feet) to in-
sure out-of-door comfo r t. TI-e
Choucoune, recommended to ;us
in New York, turned out to be a
small delightful hotel with air-
conditioned rooms, swimming


pool and absolutely superb cuis
ine.
Hait -is a country for the pa-
tent tourist: it is-enchanting, re-
warding and exasperating. No-
where else have we found such-
an incredible blend of the -twen-
tieth century and the stone age:
Here exists the courtly hand-
kissing, the soft velvet nuances
of French, the charm., wit, and
urbanity of s u p e.r civilization.
Here also exists a way' of life
that can't have changed much in
the past few centuries.-
Coming from Puerto Rico,
where things are accomplished
with American-style efficiency, it
took us a while to adjust.
NO PHONE SERVICE
For instance, except for a very
small area in the business dist-
rict in.Port au Prince, there las!
been no telephone service here
for two years. If you want tg
make arrangements to meq
some one from another hotel, oi.
to find out whether a shop car-
ies a particular item, you mu t
take a taxi. and therein lies thi
rub. The taxis cost like crazy.
Everybody deplores the situation:


and everyone is apparently hel.)-
less: the Chauffeur-Guide Asso-
ciation is well connected. One
answer might well be to rent a
car -if you can handle manual
shift (virtually all thd cars hera
are the small sturdy Europe: n
models with five shifts). Unfo-'


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ttmately for us, we're stricfl
automatic transmission .drivers;.
a "clutch" to us is only .a. pro
lude to a kiss.
It is with good reason itha
Haiti has been called the Swi2t
erland of the West Indies. .ThI
(Continued on page I1


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It's a really fin ".`--,
SScotch when fl ;
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Colorful Exotic Haiti...


(Continued from page 13) excursion to Kenscoff with tour
word "Hayti" means "the moun- host, Rene Marini, owner of-the
tainous country" and in a twen- Choucoune. While we tried des-
ty-minute drive you can gain an perately not to look down (the
additional 2,000 feet in altitude. arop at times was over 5,000 feet
Like all mountain roads, these with no barrier at all between
are winding and steep, and the the road and the drop), the mn-
driving is best left in the hands perturbed Mr Marini was cor-
of a native. dially greeting friends driving
the other way on the narrow
A PERILOUS DRIVE road. ffHands..ext.nded, :through
the car windows in, warm hand-
We went, off on a small driving rlasps until. we .'pemadqd Mr.
6 44


Marini that, breathtaking as the
view was, we'd had enough and
let's go home.

The-n there is the small notice
under the glass of our hotel bu-
reau: "The light is taken every
day from 6:30 to 7 pm."

This means that any time from
6:30 to 7, all electric power and
water supply is shut off for thir-
ty minutes to an hour. In the
downtown area, the power stop-
page starts about 7:30. A keros-
ene lamp in each room provides
minimal visibility. It seems the
transformers are insufficient to
meet the needs of the growing
Port au Prince area and the sim-
plest means of conserving power
is to just shut it off at peak
time. Since the black-out time
varies from day to day, it gets
kind of exciting to see whether
you can get your showers over
with before yo'.i are left sins
light, air-conditioner or water.
Oddly enough after the first
startling experience one doesi'f
mind too much.


A IIACEIFUL PEOPLE


clumsy Haitian: e'6ry. m)ve
ment, every turn is rhylthmnic
A .f fjlgraceful.; Thr er i. a, d.xce.
SL.. i o s~t~dlin ,the -cou*tl, for: it
would be bringing coals to New-
style; -thePspeop a born
**.. .itt more 'i rhythm than most of
us could acquire in a lifetime.'
Tlhie-ballroom dance here is the
*' Merengue, prono.:u nc'ed MAY-
rahng. and not to6 "be confused
w:ith the American gyration pro-
notinced" meh-ran-G A Y. Watch-
ifi th ffodRlgss 'grace of-thie
Miami, famous for Snatves oA.-dors one
attractive shops, a rite& of the purest joy;s: Haiti has to


Ssnhopping center Tor all visitors. offer. Even the good American
With the world's most expe- dancers look like athletic duff-
rienced airline you. have youI! ers by comparison. Some of the
choice 6T 12 flightcfweeRiylYou'i0 finest Uanting we've seen -.since
can relai'abdalJ IB -or dp-e-6 the heyday of" Katerine Dun-
Clippers* equipped with radar. ham was offered during the floor
: Enjoy luxurious First Class "Pres- show of the C!ibane Choucoune,
i!v ident"o' Tourist-Fare'Rain .ow" the thatVhed roof nightclub done
servst&Tee yodiire nvel like uthenti African tri-
Ior PS n Ambrican. "I [H' .ii"bal1thutc,'est magzdfique.-,

Unfortunately,,, we never did
? ..[.r.=-""' "'-, .... ........get to see vootbo. There is a
S*ryegular Saturday night voo .loo
r .s6ow i 'Port -au Prince, but this
is purely a tourist attraction and
.- D:.lO DS iBXPERIENCED AIRLINE we .wanted to see the real thing.
R" d;"l'S- $,PORT AU PRINCE-ML3451 da a ve Aerican
R #tl u OU resident in Haiti took us in tow
.:- U M .* r .Ism. and dovee all over the country-
side in an attempt to track down



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AUQ.GUST .14; .1960


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.-ME._... ..

k lr [ob page '6) the prosperity of Haiti. The book-
e., nece sat behind a lets each contain a map of Hail
-e curtain awaiting and the Esso legend, "the book
9 e moment came and of the blue' flame; at the service
-.aw for the first time of the "big and for the pleasure
and economic- of the little."
iesso" kerosene stove. The booklets are a series of
imle& construction of the pictures depicting .the effect o'
y. manufactured stove erosion and the disadvantages 0'
i4boui economical and charcoal burning fires together
.t.i. Consisting of with pictures showing the ad-
Scliri base, wick; reg- vantages of using kerosene stov-
i. insert-, air conductor es arid Blue Flame kerosene, e.g
section, the "Cuisin- on the first page is a scene
iiself for 9 gourdes or depicting arid land and a peasan'
: stacking timber by the side o[
t'staff.. members stressed a" rickety house. The componen:
SproBfit would be realized picture shows a scene of rura'
le "of the stoves, "thig peacefulness, trees and bus]'
Ibi'ssist the country." surroundingg well-cared 'for soil
PUBmCir'Y CA&'BAIGN and a neat house. Distribution
e .hasis the desirability of the stoves -ill be -handled b3.
-'.Cisinesso" stove and Edward MIGurk of Maison Lief
it -erQsion campaign affil- Froen.
'with. the program Esso At the conclusion of the book.
Ri O.I, S.A., have 26,000 lets is a page' devoted to instruc
posters, printed by Esso, tons and pictures showing the
th-at eirosioh and defores- simple components and operation
ijk ltaiti's crucial probl- of a "Cuisinesso" stove. To be
issued throughout the country to
to be issued with the pro- schools, the booklets are printed
starting on Monday are in black and white so that they
idsa litNletd'ldtefs'-er- ay'-t..be.-po.lored,,in .by children
'2 ment nous pouvo s with a. of five crayons being
i Ila itsperitee -d' gith the booklets.
iou. car.contribu tti rayon packages

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depict a tree and "Cuisinesso'".
stove shaking hands and stating,
(the tree,) "the Cuisinesso is my
best friend." -The motto of the
package is "protect the trees."

PREVENTION OF
COMMON ACCIDENTS
Burns are the most common
accident known among.,t the Hai-
tian households. All to often peo-
ple, especially children, fall into
open fires burning in Ihe middle
of the, "caille pailles" many
of which have been burned to
the ground by this dangerous
cooking method.
It was suggested by the Natio-
nal Commission for the Conserv-
ation of renewable Natural Res-
ources, in a report issued May
1st, 1959, that the heavy kero,
sene duty be suppressed so that
the price of a gallon of kerosene
would become 20 cents U.S. This
tax, which amounts to roughly
$100,000 per year, could be m-" -
ed to a luxury item such as high
market value automobiles T e
report also suggested at t h a t
time other economic adjust-
ments. The commission, made
up of agronomists, army, church,
scouts, public works, tourist and
education members, is to be pu-
blished soon.


SALESMEN WAN rED
By the exclusive agent for Haiti
of the longest established make
of automobile in the world

We are looking for. qualified
salesmen to sell a mark of auto-
mobile with a world wide reput-
ation.

Applicants' somid understand-
ing of the English language is
imperative.

All-applications should be ad-
dressed -in .writing" to P.O. Box
457 .wi...th. :t olowihg. details:
..u .- '-, :' --, - -
eduipp and reference together
vit ctriplete .it of former em-
ploeisL at apRjlKations will
be taitel. i strictly -confiden-
tial)ii written application will
be eonsidjier .', --.- ,-'. .
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.- S'lOltS POTENTIAL the .cocktail party; coffee that "|
S DEONSTRATED w"as prepared on the "Cuisin-p
essc" stove. The two young coff- :
On Tuesday evening a 7 to 9 ee servers were Elizabeth He '
pm cocktail party attended by raux and Gilberte Victor, music
several hundred community lea was provided for the party by
ders, was held at the Sans Sou- Esso worker, c o m p o s e r .and -
ci Hotel. Theme stressed at the band leader, Raoul Guillaume' &
party by Esso Manager and Mrs his orchestra. 0-'
Alfred Spillett was t h e f i g h I It is more than likely that the -'
a g a i n s t erosion and to pro- battle for superiority' between
mote reafforestation and. the charcoal and kerosene will be.a
cheap sensible kerosene fuel's hotly contested one. While the
benefits. kerosene sells at a cheap price '
Tou girls dressed in the tra- per gallon, a sack of charcoal,'-.
ditional -A f f r a n c his costume a big mode of business in :Haiti, -.
served coffee to the guests at sells for 1 dollar 5 gourdes .-,














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Turtle Island Steps Fo
(Continued from page 4) them as "religieuses," but as
fly force yet,) to part with some nurses because that is the
of their riches. These riches he way they are dresa.cd. There are
immediately converts into drugs, also a couple of doctors who
medical gear,. food and clothing gave up a very lucrative pract-
for the needy. The island numb- ice to devote their time c.'iv-ely
ers 15,000 people and they swarm lo the "children" of Father Ri-
by boat from the mainland to off. The sisters and the doctors
the hospital at Notre Dame des ire proficient technicians and
Palmistes. there are also the local people
who have been trained by those
And what a hospital! Built step technicians; these people also
by step, dollar by dollar, the pa- work with devotion and are paid
vilions seem to stumble upon whenever there is surplus money
one another, but everything is lying around; a very loose or-
clean and efficiently run. The ganizatior seemingly but it
reason for it, the father claims, works wonders. Those people are
is teamwork. He dislikes to hear bound by something that can on-
people. refer to .his hospital as ly be a common ideal which
a dne.man oeratin. draws .them tot.thie Ah ess but
.. ... rewarding taslf"t takingg cdhrei'of
LOOSE ORGANIZ.TO N th-ir fellow imen.'W- -
WORKS WO MIER .The team is not limited to lie
There, are tiver sisters working de la Tortue, There are people
with Father~Ridu. To .look-' at on..the mainland,.and abroad, fri-
therm '.you wuld everve' think, bf. .;ds of the fathleror just people
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i rewa ra -aiWu came mthe sisters, eac
one a-specialist aid fkrom France
who have heard about him, and came the d o c to r s, a married
they all chip in to help; some couple. Since one of the doctors
send money, others send old is a psychiatrist a psychiatric
clothes, food, medicines, anyth- centre was added. That part of
ing. You can never tell what the the hospital is the only paying
boats will bring a load of us- r'--;o.,:tioi and helps ta finance
Ad being, a power plant, an the rest.
outboard motor, and even nylon Iacently the Father took a
stockings of all things. well deserved vacation home and
FATHER RIOU MADE immediately set about to ran-
TO START? som hi us family and friends with
After having visited the hos- the result he was able to get
pital and if you compliment Fa- enough, money to buy a compl-
ther Riou on his achievements he ete and modern surgical outfit
will reply, and it does not sound plus a lot of supplies. Unfortu-
like false modesty, that it was nately for -Turtle Island all the
boredom that MADE him start booty of Father Itiou blew up
the whole thing: on the ship Lr Co.!rbe, in IIava-
"Here I \.'as, cooped, up on na, Cuba.
the island with absolutely noth-
ing to do. You see, in my previ- The Father cried so loudly that
Otis assigrments I had to attend 3ig Joe Rosenfield heard his
to my clerical duties which took "oice,. told the story to his radio
up all of my time. But here on program listeners, and they all
this island I had nothing to do. came generously to the rescue.
"The people would not cbme But Father Rio-i is still crying
to .church and I was bored to loudly over the loss of the med-
death." Since he had received ical equipment oa La, Courble.
some medical training he start- We had been under the spell
ed a little clinic right in the par-
sonage. Of course people started
to flock in to him and pretty
soon he had his hands full tend-
ing to the sick. Vf // /f
"To begin with, the work got
to be too much for me and be-
yond my medical capacities -
you have no idea of the operat-
ions that I had to perform. Fur- ----
thermore it was not quite.. huh! N
proper, to have women giving
birth right there in. the parson- N
age, understand? So I had to -:
build a hospital and get a staff."
Father Riou wrote frantically
lo summon the help of his fri-
ends and family and made his
voice heard all over. Frpm Swit-


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CHILDREN 50 CENTS
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of Father Riou's. story f
nnot noticed that his e
we were sitting, was alsa
bedroom, his monacal .ll
would better be descried.
told hi.n that he should
a regular office with i'fil;
nets for his increasing. .n..
the hospital's administrato
that also he should
himself a decent room.

He did not seen, to,.
and started talking ,
new project: a lazap.rq)is
has e'-2rything. all flgur
and biuished aside all obje('
"Some people," he, stateA;,
afraid that American tow
will be scared away ifwe:
a lazar house on Turtle I
Baloney! To begin with,
Island is very far from
Prince and is, er o
Then, leprosy exists eve9
and Americans are,proud '"
Clark Leprosy hospital; i
somebody must take care
lepers." And we don't" doubt
one minute that Fa the ..
will be the one to do it; Fi@i
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a6itid from page 1) Also to be installed on the the film on Television for thie I).
`-'to the bustling motor Grand .Rue is organized parallel cal -viewing audiences.
teet the Traffic Depart- curb parking and the setting up PIN-POINTED ACCIDENTS
i'; equippedd two' spanking of one way streets four. in Colored pins on a map at traf-
heeler -id fic headquarters graphically ill-,
'...rsc cnustrate that accid nts occurug.
'.r 'traffic cone Gran e. in the past six ms nths tent- to
:4h"tending including radio, Vinil traffic lane strips are to place themselvw on onessction-
graphic c ame r a, a be Haiti's of road with alarming; regular-
t aid gear etc., w This ity the Carrefour lbad which
"a in the speeding s. onds of is literally riddled on- the map
accident investigate -xpected with pins and takes more than
e machines the traf cto las aproximately 3 year and any other area ir. 'and aromdd
nt has all the facilities will help in the elimination of the Capital.
e roads clear.I daom jay wlk-"
le'like a professional" is Ing1 To remedy this tbe- traffic de-
e of the recently traffic PAIGN artnent is setting up special
t-t issued booklet that FOR SCHOOLS bus slops, zones whee the cam-
h.if. all motorist s h a i s ionettes, "Lap taps" and camions
sle wally those witll a can stop to pick up and disemb-
aiti10,00O of the ark their passengers. TJlis willU.
eif.-have been p. e. mean the ceaseation of"thp long
twh French script andme's work the Shell Oil Com- practiced custom ot "pssts1' -
y illustrated. pany has agreed to provide that Haitian mouth emmissitn
f TRAFFIC LIGHTS thoule bpl) l.ers for the that brings "tap taps" etc. to a
bie -additions are just a school each dep.ct- screeching stop, a practice whmic'
tinther -major contribu- ing ae ions vital to has the following cars pilling u-
.the alleviation of the Port youngsters. like a telescope behind.


Szfi,"1 signs s are on orde;
| at-a IM Miftal: and are being fin-
d ;A&.-i& Oe enamel on the
ei e jrfee The. Traffic dep-
.h9tileatls lkbing to tow~nin swift-
BM.'--" .
4 -a e fing the hazards con-
f$oitinglhhe :Port au Prince driv-
er it har even been envisaged
Siatnihanti-horn blowing camp--
Alk ts:to start in the near fut-
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FISH LOBSTER OR -CONCH

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FRENCH ESCALOPES

PEPPER STEAK

FRENCH BREAD FRENCH WINE

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Softhe invail.if iE. e ai*-faorigp, force
).Padre inm Cubia, ,v r d are still, at'
.. Th e reit bassadi r Mr Charless. La
here this week 'f rI M acoi'.. a,*, ,. ,
t & sd fr"iB Caraa Wednesday to be 'received
ster e.'Boyer..- Repreentativ s' .,of ,the


e' IWedIesday from .a trip to Jamaica, nd Miani...,
itaSkI .-for at.a y,,-.acatn, *er yvar-

.t ..post '. n "i th "Congo..' "WI Listuer of the.
as" is reporting from the IDoE iican, Rephblic and
.~ it. Haiti,,for eries... New Brazilian Embass3,
Rn. Dinlz axnved,'here this :past week .from' Greeci
,and son. They are stopping, at the Montana...
iataud returned- with her family from vacationinuc
,.turday,.. Lionel ElUe is. back from a month, holiday
flan ..'.-.taurice' ari m is down om. New York
didur Lausegue is back from a triho Miami.. the
rt -i,,JPAA and El Rancho) are leaving this weelk-
. ,.",;-:'tan vacation...


nimeiberso. fo ti --te :tin e
Legislati've Paace, af Ie the
.ia nvitatiot n of i c
St. Louis. .., :.... .. .'?
uMr. Nyiark"Cana ~llatk" '
one oi .his most unorgettabi.e:x-
perienc-fd~ dte was ';A., is,'
to the .r nk.,..t
Women. miobbed .. im a,
fouled' the, mailOt..and.; 1 ve-r
'ors,, 'e4 similarar" to. *f.hose: f
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Wesfetn Ghana as regards diess
and habits:- A' currentnt guest at,
the B'eau Rivag& the' Ghanian.
official departs 11 ai t i Monday
morning for Ciudad 'Trujil!o,
Virgin Islands,' Trinidad tpdl
Miami.
-Fluent English is spoken by
Mr. .Canq. wbo .ecceived t.A.ed .
caion'.in .'G i .: bL e I ti d t'ia
he was delighted to se Hai
and'jts people and the,.Iannei
in which they have built Leir L
country up.


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BUY HAITLW A '"'CTS IS, TO'
HELP DIREatI'LE ? ETABLIZlNG
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