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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   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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: AA00015023:00276

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AS RECOUNTED

BY

AUBELIN JOLICOEURI




In HaitiThis Week


Mr. Theodore L., Gudeman, prominent Attorney-at-law from Sanil
Frhncisco,' California arrived here this week with wife Marietta
and Miss Christina Friedrich, his guest from Munich, Germany.
Beautiful blonde Christel visiting the Gudemans, friends. of her
parents was taken in a tour around the Caribbean and Latin Ame-
rica. She speaks many languages and works as interpreter. Ma-
rietta and Ted Gudeman found Haiti an ideal place to get the
pieces of art they needed for their new apartment in San Fran-
cisco. A visit to Sculptors Andre Lafontant and Andre \.. Dimianche
- provided them the opportunity to get two beautiful sculptures. So
did Miss Christel Friedrich who got a piece from each artist., The
Gudemans also bought a magnificent painting from Luckner La-
ard. at the Gallery Brochette,

They visited here many places of interest. 'T'hey spent three
days at the Castelhaiti and continued their trip to Puerto Rico,
Trinidad, Caracas from where Christel will fly to Germany via
Portugal. The Gudemans will spend a few days in Panama before
returning to San Francisco...
..Mathematician Lawrence Sheridon Hulsberg and his wife Evelyn
De Greene, a teacher from Los Angeles, California arrived here
this week for a three day -sojourn at the Montana Hiotel. Larry
is a Senior Computing Engineer. As the custom officer was search-
ing in her luggage lively Eve said to him with humour: You wont
find .any gun there; we carry only atomic molecules and they are
in my hand bAg." And' the Custom Officer displayed the smile
which makes the Haitians the friendliest people of all.
Last Saturday arrived here Newsman Dan Balaban, Editor, of
PURCHASING WEEK from New York City and his lovely wife
Mae, Director of a Speech and hearing Clinic .in Bridgeport, Con-
niecticut. The Balabaris spent three days at the Villa Creole,
lew to Cap Haltien Tuesday for five days. Back yesterday, they
.n e. nndihn 4,a- ~ f theirir sninorn at the Gingerbread Palace


U.S. SEVERS

RELATIONS

WITH D.R.
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Washington Aug. 26.-The Unit-
ed States has severed diplomauc
relations with the Dominican Re-
public and asked for the recall
of the Dominican Diplomatic
Mission in the United States.
The State Department said
Friday a U.S. Embassy official
in Ciudadk Trujillo had earlier
that day delivered a note to the
Dominican Foreign Office stating
that the United States was sever-
ing diplomatic relations with the
Caribbean Republic and was
withdrawing its diplomatic mis-
sion.
"This action," the Depart-
ment's statement said, "Is ih
consonance w it h the decisions
taken at the sixth meeting of
consultation of American Foreign
Ministers in San Jose, Costa Ri-
ca."
Department press officer Lin-
coln ,White said severance of di-
plomatic relations takes effect
immediately.
The Department said that "It
is expected that consular func-
tions will be continued."
The Department added that "a
friendly power,' not named, has
been requested to assume diplo-
matic representation for the U.
S. in the Dominican Republic.
The Department will announce
the country if accepted by the
Dominican Republic.
About 40 U.S. employees, not
including dependents, will be af-
fected by the break in the di-
plomatic relations with the Do-
minican Republic. The United
States operates consular offices
at La Rbmana and' Puerto Liber-
tador.


(Oloffson.) Guatemala, Pnaa and Me-
. Famous Concert pianist Gary Graffman and his wife Naomi flew ,xico.have already severed diplo-
r")wn from New York obr a week between the Oloffson and. Cap bittib relations 1th.thi Domini-
Haitien. Gary has toured -the. World as.a concert pianist. He played can HeP i. Sonie eight other
as well as a soloist or with an orchestra..He .has many recordings ns haVe caS Ambassad-
ors from the Caribbean country.
Made by RCA Victor. After the Citadel mule trek he has pos- The Unitd States, officials
poned all piano-playing. pointed out, has considerable fi-
- Mr. Louis B. Salomon Professor of English and American liter- nazcial interest in the Domini-
ature at..Brooklyn College and lhis wife .joined, them dft the ;way 'can Republic. Cited as an ex-
to Cap Haitie. ..ample was the south Puerto Ri-
can Sugar Company which has
S-Guy, Bauduy, a new graduate in Mathematics ,a;nd .Physics a large operation in that coun-
from Texas Southern University, Houston, Tex. airived.'ere Sun- try.
day for a few weeks with his parents. Guy. has been studying in
the U.S. for three years. He plans to go -ba6k for his post graduate Included among U.S. diploma-
studies tic personnel In the. Dominican
studes. Republic are a number of tech-
..Redacteur en Chef of the Superb French Magazine Paris-Match, i participating in a tech
nicians participating in a teacher
Jean Farran and reporter photographer Rene Vital arrived here training, program under the! U.S.
Sunday to write a story on Haiti. The program. of their visit has International Cooperation 'Admi-
been arranged by Messrs. Raoul Aglion, Commercial Attache at oistration.
.the French Embassy in Havana and Port au Prince and Michel Following is the 'text of the
Aubourg, of the. Department of the Interior. They were guests State Denprtment's announce-
at the Montana Hotel.'
-Young Salesman Alan Press, recommended here by the famous "A U.S. Embassy official In
Haitian artist Jean Leon Destine arrived here last Satdrday with Ciudad Trujillo today delivered
wo other friends, Stephen Edelglass, a professor, and Edward a note to the Dqmnician Foreign
a p office advising that, the Govern-
Glass,--a physicist. From New York, they are staying two weeks fice advishe United States was
ment of the United States was
at the. -Hotel du Champ de Mars. severing diplomatic rela t i o ns
ABC MEN TO SHOOT HAITI with the Government of the Do-
..Producer Frank La Tourette and ReporLer Arnold Snyder of' the minican Republic and was with-
American Broadcasting Company (ABC-TV) arrived here Friday drawing its diplomatic mission.
g y"This action )s in consonancee
last for a half an hour documentary program on Haiti. The pur- ith the decisions taken at the
pose of the ABC is to help the, people of U.S. to know Haiti and Sixth Meeting of Consultation of
understand it better. The ABC will make a capsule, program of American Foreign Ministers in
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sAIN C4.KPS SCHOOLS, tours; Lt. Grinalds stated that
U ANICO, Va., the cadets were impressed by
Fo~te_&ur'cadets of ie' Milit- everything.. In fact,' he continued,
cad. my of Haiti have' after'walking to the' top of the
l1HeSr'halif-wqy' imaik of a Washington Monuinent they prac-
0hex'Wrograinm here designed tically bought out all the sou-
ianiiiaze thq'militr'y. stud-' venir stores in the area."'
ih Marine officer' train- Now' in'the third week of their
program, the Haitians find them-
Auiliied by both the State selves easily adapted to the de-
Defense Departmen as pat mands of the training.
th Military evaluation
'their tour amounts to a tests they av aged a surprising-
ifed version of e Marines ly high. scor on their first run
'IP do Lea ders 18as 1rug- t emp," 'said Gr-
m nd_*4s )cA 4)1;5.raitgt .1 ;j 4.N i L- .
.Test RegypAyptjt ibey p -.,'-,i *i I<(
-.Marine Base. rUder the immediate pommyp d AT CHQ(UCOVJNE
1st Lt. John Grinls-a WT Gust staying 'a ,the Hotel
int graduate, adid ': recently i ie. Ihs. I luded Mrs Mu-
*nes Rhodes Scholar, the cad-' rid Cor.soa a: n e rauhter who
.Ac h nirdd t u.Gap r nh [ e I'foHaiti after
irard Gourges and Sql-.,;t.pI, p- p dfjifg 15 days here previously
.Hilaire of the Armed FOpcem. ii 'Ail, Elizabeth Anderson, a
'iti. Along with the up, re,,Y York Nurse, who is spend-
i:Marine officers frotbth c pvo weeks. iere. Ann Pe-
Ntl( on t L t. Irask. 9isjtin d the' rIecom-
br Varge G. Frisbie and 1st nimndation of a former Port au
James tYlnt 1 If $.ipcg sj iq.ii A is-Cbhmelir.
he cadets are preparing to hotel Choucoune is currently
uently be Q ned tn.. ar exhibition by
in the FA&dtr reees P'adloSavain wicch is operi each
Sday from 5pm to 5:30pm. The
All. TeakA enq t I? d i an. ai rcond-
their naitve tongue), the tioned room.
ve had liti ar -jar ./ ,,:
..problem. Most are cii-
a.in Eng ish, an a bete ,

of their trairung. The offi- l .
e n p* ,t -I *:ss ?S
_.&ilfn, ate not called up- a tiunless an emergency arise .
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Amngst .,those, staying at the
.Ho'.el Swns,.So,uci this week are
Messrs. Charles Davis Jr. :and
J., WVLejoar., New York, both
ke.n fans o H.iti,,. 4 and Mrs
G. F. Wgi,. and t4,leirniqce Miss
1., ,A4 uqfromW .Vepezuela, who
spet ppe,,dayat the Sans Souci
4nd decided to,,q ae,ack after
a short sojourn in Kingston, Ja-
erLaica, Mr..,W. KqAnlman who is
here, for an inoefinate,. time from
New OrQlqans,; a trio.frpm Wash-
ington D.C. -, Miss Germaine
Bonoi. apd, Meqsr. ,J. Franchel
and .J. Scaella.,who were recom-
mended .h.eres by ijss Bppomi's
fiarnce, Mr.A., .Tiar of, the: Unit.
ed .Natiops, l.Y, Q. Rehfeklt and
Mr, A, J. .Sni bqth with te
Fopd Co. in,,Purto.,,Rico,and ,Mr
M4arice .Sauspr from Switzer-
land. Mr, ,4userP is combining
hs business, .fqr ,the Borel .,Wat,ch,
people with, a lot of pleasure
which, he finds pretty, good hre.
As a, sales. representative for
Borel Maurice, has ,the, unenvia-,
ble task of luggi"g 25,OQQ (IlOlars
worth of w ait c h e s round the
world. with lim ,on his, .btusine*s
ventures. He ,is hosted hIerp. by
MI r Rudy D.aetwiler..


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President Eisenhotver examil's the Discoverer XII instrument '
capsule, firstt man-made object kluown to have been recovered from
ulter' space. With Mr. Eisenhov tr at the White House in Washing-,
tun are Gen. Thoma-, D. White (center), U.S. Air Force dfhief of
S ,, ,. . .
staff, and Col. Charles G. MIatliison, who directed the capsule
;recovery. team. In foreground i, the parachute which slowed the
descent of the deviced after it re entered the atmosphere. Discover-
ir XIII was launched into a polar orbit from Vandenberg Air Force,
J4ase,d in allotniia .on August 10, .The capsule was released as,. the
'J satellite was over Alaska on the 17th orbit. It was spotted by U.S.
*,'..Air oe search planes a. it descended and, .~eved from
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*'t.itution in Washihkpi aJndj a otfl.e United States technical
':mnd scientific "firsts" are on view.

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Text of O.A.S. Resolution on Dominzicaa

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, Aug. "gan of the Inter-American syst- 1. The attempt against the life thirds vote ot its members, the 3. To authorize the Se t :
20-Following Is the text of a em reached the conclusion that of the President of Venezuela measures adopted in this resolu- General of the ganiztion a
proposed resolution on the Issue "the necessary arrangements to perpetrated on June 24, 1960 was tion, at such time as the Gover- American States to trans"rit
of the Dominican Republic of- carry out the flight from Ciudad part of a plot intended to over- nment ofl the Dominican Repub- the Security Council of theluni
feared today to the conference of Trujillo to Aruba -planned for throw the Government of tiat lic should cease to constitute a ed Nations full inform
the foreign ministers of the Ame- the purpose of dropping leaflets country. source of danger to the peace cerning tie. measures agreed up-.'
rican States: over a Venezuelan city- and to 2. The persons implicated in and security of the hemisphere. on in this resolution.,
The sixth meeting of consult- load these leaflets in Cludad Tru- the aforementioned attempt and
ation of ministers of foreign af- jillo, could not have been carried plot received moral support and. ,
fairs, to serve as organ of con- out without the connivance, of material assistance from high of-
sultation in application of the in- the Dominican authorities"; ficials of the Government of the CaciqueIsland 'lbo Beach' ; i
ter-American treaty of reciproc That the committee of the Dominican Republic. Cacique Island to Beach
al assistance. Council of the Organization of '
Having seen the report of the American States acting provisi- 3. This assistance cons listed ONLY TIHIRTY MINUTES FROM PORT-AU-PRi0dZ
investigating committee appoint- onally as organ of consultation principally of providing the per- I'NTRY (INCLUDING ROUND-TRIw
ed pursuant to the provisions of that was entrusted with the in- sons implicated facilities to trav- BOAT TRANSPORTATION T
the third paragraph of the reso- vestigation of the acts denoun- el and to enter and reside in BOAT TRANSPORTATION)
lution approved by the Council ced by the government of Ve- Dominican territory in connec. ONLY $1.00
of the Organization of American nezuela, reached the conclusion tion with their subversive plan: CHILDREN--- 50.'CENTS
States of July 8, 1960. and that the Government of the Do- of having facilitated the two PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS '
That the charter of the Orga- nfinican Republic issued diplom- flii g h ts of the plane of Venc- WH E SAND BEAC ',':'.aii/
nization of American States sets atic .passports to be used by Ve- zuelan registry to and from the FINE RESTAURANT AND SNACK BAl
forth the principle that interna- nezuelans who lpartidipated in.ithe military air base of San Isidoro, B" SA .
tional order consists essentially military uprising that took Place 'Dominican Republic; of provid- WATE SKIING -
of. respect for the .persoMality, in April. 1960 in San Crigtobal, ing arms for use in the coup SKIN-DIVqNG
sovereignty and independence of Venezuela; against the Government of Vene- SNORKELING
states, and the faithful fulfill- That the Committee of the zuela and the electronic device COMPLETELY EOQUIPPED BEAm ''t "
ment of obligations derived Cotncil of the Orga kzation of and the explosives which were A i
from treaties and other sources American States, acting provi- used in the attempt; as well as
of international law; sionally as organ of consultation, of having instructed the person COTTAGES FOR OVERNIGHT '
That in connection with the in- which was charged with the in- who caused the explosion in the
cident denounced by the govern- vestigation of the acts denounc- operation of the electronic device OR WEEKLY VISITS
merit of Venezuela before the In- 'ed by the Government of the Re- of that explosive and of having '
ter-American Peace Committe: public of Venezuela, also reach- demonstrated to him the destru- SPECIAL SUMMER RATE IN EFFE ir
. on November 25, 1959, that or- ed the conclusion that: active force of the same. .E,,.
That the aforementioned actions $6 SINGLE $10] DOUBLE -
000 *, ,, + + , # *& p constitute acts of intervention 6 I .L ; .U,
^^- &and aggression against the Re- .
1, -public of Venezuela, which affect CaciHne Island 'Inh D"ah
4 'e -a - the sovereignty of that state and, 'M "00DEI'
4 endanger the peace fo Anieica;
F s and (SAME OWNERSHIP AS HOTEL IBO LELE MANAGE i.
4 That in the present case coll- PAUL & NANCY BAU4SAN) ...
S 4 active actionqpais justified under.
SW white ake the provisions of Article 19 "of
!io L the Charter of the Organization i
4/^~ '&~of American States, M a i J
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. HAITI S U N .,f .
"HAITIAN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
Community Weekly Pubih'' IaMbrfilfj.
r dilor.Publisher BE.NARfDEE
; ",Grant-Responsable MAUCLAIR LABIS .BEI ,
EMBER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASS''
ESTABLISHED IN 1950


BOyS' TOWN" FOR COUNTRY'S DELINQUENTS?
J -.OeLof the most -appalling facets attached to' Port
:aui Printee's National Prison is the forced association
,between young delinquents and habitual tririinals, in-
.uding murderers and Ihomo-sexu'als.
h.O en. the planned Re-Education. Home at Carrefour,.
u oathe direction of Dr. Jacques Fourcand, gets un-
de iW i't is hoped to eliminate some of this desitrudtivwe
association by gathering' alt the' home boy. between the
ages of seven and sixteen in an 'atteiipt to place them
on tihe right track and later interea.'themi in a trade
instead of diverting tie foot steps on ,lhe,..path of use-
,., em d self destructive crimne.. . .
Fathr Smilth's Educai'oi~aa instittition,aJso -on the
Carre'four road, has done *a -great deil for hundredss of;
young ilaitian boys by giving, them the chance for,an
education, and the materials and instructors needed for
them to pick up a money earning trade.
It is-sugested t-h'aJt Dr. Fourcand .could well utilize
the youg delinquents scheduled t o' ome ,into hits dhar-,
ge bytdive thep ggi to ads iheRformation
ef a e'rys 'ot i s-"t' ttnl growing in

\ Olty do the boys learn to use their hands ani'
',bs to a wotihiy 'cause buit tlh'ey learn, alt- the same
nie, a sense of r isibty and cnramd. p together
it all-importaint discipline If 'ub h a 'Barm-sdhool'
were to, be construcfel wi'tih th' aid of the boys, and
some of them are we4 a6Te f 0 'doig'so, dIt Would
nofat dy serve that initial entry of 'youths btilt hundreds
of other equally unfortunlate'Tads wh6 are 'bound to
le in the same plight in coming years" juvenile delin-
"is it an easily 6ual"sc di' ase.
S A FEARFUL CO Y TRAIT'


A.frigitening, inhuman trait exists, in ''iti',where-
yep-oblookers, for fear of self involye6m', refuse to
assist of administer to a person in disties .
'4t is a terrible thing to see and'i sun'orhniately, Sn.
Keourence of disturbing regularity. It ai s. _when a
ess fortunate member of tihe ddmmunimty is the victim
of an accident or, as sb often 'h'apens, ol'lapses or
saints frro n sheer exhaustion and, hunger. i '
.he victim, nine'tinies out of ten, is stujec-ted to the
i `i' of 'an interested auidience-but not orie nd'i'ber
utmmons sufficient incentive or courage to facilitate
dhe ,emQval of the needy person to a hospital.
'Wy? The people of 'Haiti are ;not callous enough to
eavle.w-4njured or -sick -person -lying--on pavement
i. gutter. There are. many who could and would 'help
t strictly avoid ,doings, so ecaaie they fear .that if
Aheailingperson dies on the w y ot hospital thbey~may
heldd responsible or involved in"isuch a procession of
ed' 'ipe that both their 'time land pAcket will 'ose
eversly by it. -
The'bvious answer tlheiefore is to eliminate pattern-
d poedures wlhidhl.currently lead to unnecessary im-
licatio of persons aiding the sick 'and injured.
Adcident 'and malnutrition rates are extremely .high
lmi they don't always occur in the' city; nevertheless
dlisretty disgusting to 'see' anythiffg frorm- 10 to a :,00
ople grouped in avid interest -around ai inert and
ig fellow human being. While it mustibe recog-
d that a lot of twisted accident followers seem to
pke perverted pleasure in standing watching sorme-
s life blood drain away, there are still 'that majotyr
Fliiilike seeing suffering as mulch as they would dis-
it themselves.


"HAITI SUN "


ATI


EXODUS CAPTAINS' FAULT?
The Editor
Haiti Sun
En Ville ,
Dear Sir:
Such has been the controversy
created by the illegal exodus of
Haitians to Nassau in the Baha-
mas over the past 12 months, I
feel that the following may serve
to illustrate that the fault can
largely be laid on the heads of
one group the sail boat own-
ers and captains.
Theirs' is a story concocted to
Lure the unwitting Haitian, striv-
ing to find&lucrative., employment
but., in reality, T only filling the
obckets of the, ownerss .,of the
vessels running .them foNassau.
It .is a m o d e.r.n i ze d' form of
'blck ganging:': . ,..
'."Ohde you-reach Nassau icur
tr .ales-are. over." Thatf is -the
stoiy handed out .?by the ships'
captains.-and it is, :a'' proven fact
that the -em igrant-?are glad to


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In Many an accident in this country a motorist desir-
"g to help a n injured person will nevertheless call al
he police first before proceeding to a hkopit'a'l jeop-
:dizinig the injured one's life in the process.
This' civic p robleni'should be brought before the Wel-
fare DepaTrtment who in turn could. ease entry of 'an
nmiergecy dOae .into the hospitals without causing the
good samaritan undue trouble.
"Do unto others as you would have others do unto
you."


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take the chance.
Having paid the 12 dollar fare
the Haitian is jammed in with
others heading for the promised
land not knowing that when they
get there they are to be dumped
on the first available island or
spot of land and that is when
their troubles start, not finish.
The language barrier and the
smallness of the British commu-
nity make it impossible for the
poor people to intergrate, that
is providing they even get the
chance for the jiolice are now
fully aware of the illegal traffic
and that they take a dim view
of it is evidenced by the 300 odd
Haitians sitting in prison await-
ing the conclusion "of their jail
sentence and deportation home.
Most of the local laborers have
sought more lucrative employ-
ment in the Southern United
States where they work on farms
etc. so the people in Nassau who
need common laborers are very
glad to use the Haitians and pay
then $2.80 per. day that is of
course if the Haitian first man-
ages to escape the immigration
authorities.
I remain,
"DON'T GO WEST YOUNG
MAN".


LES PLUS BELLES MOSAIQO
HAITIENNES

SHLEKAloTI
c PLACE GEFFRARlD


WIN


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HAITIAN FASHION
MODELS FEATURED
IN EBONY

Following in the steps of Hai-
ti's Sugar Cane Queen of the '-i
World, Claudinette Fouchard, a
bevy of Haitian beauties adorn
three pages in. the August 25 .
issue of "Ebony" the largest sel- .
ling Negro magazine irr the Un- .
ited States.
This is the second time Haiti's .
charms have been featured in
the widely-read magazine. Two
months ago Ebony ran a front
cover and inside story on Haiti's
Sugar Cane Queen which they
have now followed up with a-ser-
ies of pics. of "Fashion Fair" '.
wardrobes worn by ex-beauty..:',1
queens of the Island.
The photographs of both Am.e-'
rican and Haitian designs, as
worn b.v the Haitian girls, were
taken in the interior of a Petion-
ville home and by the poolside:



TOURIST CRUISE
SEASON OPENS
80 SHIPS DUE
Only six days remain before
the opening of Lte 1960-61 cruise-
ship season scheduled to inau-
gurate on September 3.
Port au Prince Bay is' set to
play host 1o a total of 80 cruise- ,':.
ships .during the winter- season
including, for the first time, the
French luxury liner "LUberte"
of the CGT Line represented here
by Maison Vital.
Other liners of world-renown
scheduled to call in Haiti are
the Mauretania, Nieuw Am.ster-
dam and the Maasdam. On Thur-
sday morning this. week the SS 4'
Nassau brought 513 tourists into
port for a 19 hourxvisit which.
keep the tourist shops and guid-.
es etc. "flat out" all day right
up to sailing time. Another inva-
sion of welcomed tourists came
of Friday with the arrival of the
SS Evangeline.

FOR SALE
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Phone in Excellent condition.

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"tHAITI SUN"


JET RADIATOR TROUBLE CAUSES
PORT AU PRINCIENS DELAY


A cracked radiator in PAA Jet
Clipper flight 227 caused engine
problems and considerable de-
lays to Port au Princiens re-
turning from New York Thurs-
day, according to flight passeng-


CAMIL MITCHELLS
IN DELMAS IEEP
ACCIDENT


er Charlie Tallman of Hydraulics
Engineers, S.A.

The Boeing 707 jet, according
to Tallman, left New York at
9am Thursday and headed for
the Dominican Republic. Appro-
ximately 45 minutes after take-
off No. 2 engine died leaving the
passengers "with a very funny
feeling." The plane turned imme-
diately and headed back to New


Mr and Mrs Camil Mitchell! ork.
were involved in accident that On examination is was shown
could easily have been fatal while that the radiatior off No. 2 eng-
travelling on the Delmas Road ine had cracked and the result-
Friday night. ng loss of oil pressure prevented
At 5:40pm the Mitchells were the engine functioning. As a sa-
driving on the Delmas Road fety precaution the pilot had
when their Jeep was struck from dumped all fuel for the ailing
behind by a Hillman sedan. The engine as soon as it ceased to
Jeep overturned close to the en-, operate.


trance of the Drive In movie.
Passersbye were swiftly on the
scene and lifted the Mitchells
from the up ended vehicle to re-
move them to the Canape Vert
Hospital. Both Mr and Mrs Mit-
chell are suffering irom bodily
injuries.
Camil Mitchell recently played
a big part in the attempt to un-
plug the blocked -Lake Miragoa-
ne with dynamite and was in
Port au Prince making prepara-
tions for a trip to Canada to
attend his daughter's wedding
along 'with Mrs Mitchell.


The 85 passengers took off again
at 2:30pm Thursday and no fur-
ther incidents were recorded du-
ring the three hour flight to the
Dominican Republic. A special
plane was brought from San
Juan to collect Port au Prince
passengers and left the Domini-
can at 5pm with 30 odd passeng-
ers destined for here.
Summing up Charlie Tallman
stated, "It's funny to be sitting
there list-rin-" to tipc e rinc and
then suddenly find it s just not
there any more."


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OF HAITI


Through Its Postage Stamps

For complete information in Haiti

Stamps and other details which will be

furnished you free of charge, write to

P.O. Box 723 PORT-AU-PRINCE


Youth Kills

Croix Des Bouquets

Farmer

MOTIVE 400 GOURDES


3Mr Albert Armand, aged 70,
was found lying face down on'
the earth in his garden at 11am
Saturday, August 20 he had!
been murdered.
Foiuid by his neighbors, the
murdered man, a respected re-
sident of the Commune of Croix
des Bouquets, bore the marks on


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his neck of a violent blow from
a large baton or stone.
The local Justice of the Peace,
accompanied by Military offic-
ers, visited the scene of the slay.
Ing to make a "proces-verbal"
of the crime. Following the legal
formalities the police opened an
investigation which had swift re-
sults.
They arrested a former empl-
oyee of the murdered man who
had no hesitation in confessing
to the crime. The young man ar-
rested is reported to have killed
Albert Armand for the sum of
400 gourdes which the deceased
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i a ii been carrying on his per-
son. the 400 gourdes, (80 dollars,) and
A visit to the accused's cone,- the criminal now awalfs the e-,
blne resulted in the recovery of lion of Justice.


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as described in the TORONTO GLOBE MAIL by,
IMtrs. ALAINE J. HEINTZMAN who was a guest at
HOTEL CHOUCOUNE during the month of
February 1960:
"OUR HOTEL, the Choucoune, was about five miles abo
the city of ,Petionville. This Is the residential section where
houses are modern and the hotels are lavish and comfortable
and the food can be highly recommended. The usual meal might
start off with a rum punch, mixed with wild honey and lime
Juice. The next possbliWty could be flaming lobster, fried pork
.vith rice and black mushrooms, and then perhaps a sweet potato
pudding. This would all be topped off with a strong black cup
of Haitian coffee.
Aside from hotel night life, Petionville possesses a night club
mique in the West Indies, the CABANE CHOUCOUNE, a build-
ing of bamboo shaped like an inverted ice-cream cone. TIe
exterior looks like the chief's hut in an African village, but tip
interior contains a large, smooth dance floor where a good
orchestra plays the usual meringue."
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Haitian architecture, exquisite cuisine and contented living. Set amongst a myriad of tropical trees
and gardens the Oloffson, complete with miniature pool, is the haven for the uninhibited and (hi
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UNDAY AUGUST 28, 1B0F


MEXICAN CHOIR.
SCORE HERE
The Sexteto Orfeonico of Mex.
ico, a polished group of song..
ers from Mexico City, have'beqn
singing the beautiful songs J
their homeland around towi rfr
the past week.
Ranging in age from 16
die twenties the six young'nmea
are old hands in the music7wodrid
and have sung in several- nite
spots in the States and o0'tVne
occasion in the famous Ca iie
Hall. o

Programs by the sextet O ave
been given in many of PoPau
Prince's night rendezvous' by the
choir including a Saturday night
performance at Cabane Chougou-
ne where they-received prolong.
ed applause.

The Sexteto Orfeornoo i Spod-
uled to appear at the ,', '
Institute in the near future i


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,f!IFNDAY AUGUST 28, 1960


"HAITt S N "


-% Swiss



t (Continued from page 1
nAihehtary and Practical
osioi'bf the College; .Mrs Lo
W., teach in the primary
flarnient. Al the Loutan chili
ifb'e pupils at the school.
'''1ytoof Europe, including
Slania, has been visited by
,ou'tans but this is their
'erseas trip. Jean Louis
tan headed a modern Swiss
icational method in J4ra, S&
rlaaxdduriing the past five' y
I '-


A r of a simple nature at the op.
S. en.. .,. g of classes and. religious in-a
ot r ti on but this W ill not --be re-
strioted to Metast teachings
Sbylthristians. TI&A Rev. Mconni -
lell pointed out that none of the
Swiss teachers are Methodists -
'" i they are all Protestants.

WMDE VARIETY OF CLASSES
,-" pro;ll amflor Classee at the new College are
S croulement done unS tractiom t scheduled to commence at 7:30
., cMrp auiie ch mInorning and terminate
gecurii Supp t 3:0m,.' -he ,last two. hours
I Spositf do Si2 ` or tin st oruceo daily i'rlr bo de-
rents bruits d' db gs trqdos es and art.
a qu . The laboratory, in which each
'anis e la .. ; student will have the'- personal
Super-Cushion Sans Chmw chance to conduct experiments,
o d obe l}s cahts &a h 'rr'7. ris almost completed. e
penal Jabsorber If C' eup
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Construction Grip-Seal I Each... lass is
SpraiquPe restricted to a maximUm
Goodyear flimine pratiqu -CA, Q .. -" "

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ded third storey is a dormitory
for two dozen girls boarders. The
rooms for the girls are well lignt-
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-' Bl cost each irl pupil 40 dol-








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Teachers For It


College B1 Bit&.
1) known as CEMEA -- a system position was available In Haiti.
Divi- of taking special training classes He corresponded with Pastor Mc-
utan to the mountains' using active Cone'fl'wJth"t. l reult thdt Nbu-
dep- and practical methods of educa.- veaui oll.g Bird-nowl -ias him,
dren tion per r'medium 'of examples as head of the primary section.
of nature. As well4 as his other abilities
Yu- SpeaKing fluent French, Gen- Louis Loutan is a specialist in
the man ,and English Loutan stated the fields of gymnastics, sport,
first this week that he had decided and trade work.
Lou- to deepen his.teaching, experienr It was announced at the press
Ed- ce and, widen his already corn- conference ,that already 750 chit-
wit-E- prehensive scope. by. travelling dren have .been enrolled for the
ears abroad when he. was told that a school's.opening in early Octob-
: -. er. The .maximum capacity for
enrollment is 600 pupils :but it
is probable thatmany of the sur-
plus will be eliminated by the
entrance examination beginning
September 5. Students entering
S Nouveau College Bird will. also
be required, to undergo a physic-
al-medical examination.
Asked whether ,the. Methodist
.* Church school will be sectarian,
.Rev. McConnell replied that no
religious considerations would be
placedion'T-a prospective entry to
the e 9leg .
There will be family type pray-


PASTOR MARK BIED


Pastor i ark Bird. in whose
name of the College has been
named, k\as in Cap Haitien du-
ring the 1842 earthquake and had
a providential escape. Sadly, the
Birds' infant child died in Port
au Prince.froin privation -suffer:
ed during the long" trip south.
Serving as a Methodist Pastor


creadiboh"room -and a' dispensary.
S'-On 'this same floor.- are .4he
-qVartrs'for the- Headmaster of
the. Secondary School3. the Rev.
Paul De.6rvet who wdn his. de-
ree n theb.aticp at the So.-
bonne and a degree in Theology
in, Geneva. He vfivill .arrive -in.
September; 'his wife is. expecti;ig
a-.child and-so'-nthbd trip- to- HFla'ti
has been delayed for a month.
Spacious quarters have alzo
been allotted, all the suites are
furnished with locally made fur-
niture, to the other two Swiss
couples Mr and Mrs Louis
Berlie and Mr and Mrs Rene
Zaugg. (Mr Berlie is an engineer
of ''Arts et Metiers" of Geneva
-and a former pupil of the Feder-
al Polytechnic School, Zurich.)
The remaining teacher, Mellc
Luce Florina., a specialist in Eco-
nomic and Social Science, is al-
so expected to arrive in Port au
Prince in the month of Septemb-
e r


or more than 30 years in Haiti R.-
Mark Bird wrote several books na Medivai.
about this country and was a -Trolel and Preventive
man who attached a great deal Medicine, Columbla
)f emphasis on the values of medical Center
education. .^ ^
ducation-.. wishes to inform the public
TH OLT NW that his hours of copsultatioh
THe OLDh ..AND,.THE NEW at No. 67 Avenue Christophe
The main school building of from 4 to 6pm and morn-
Nouveau CoUlege-Bid is the old appointment only.
property and Mission House p



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Port au Prince City. During the6
past months a third storey has'.
been added -to the main building'
and the old boys school that 'once
served as a church has been.-
transforrried into, a .trade section?;'
and 'a second storeyy auditorium
Total cost for the transformation
and construction is placed at 20,-"'?
000 dollars.

First .of the teachers to arrive
to take up their positions at Nou'
veau College" Bird, Mr and Mr'
Loutan and family, will be quar-tg
tered in a newWy completed biUli
ding which has provision for k"n
dergarten classes on the ground
floor. Five teachers and fdu
teaching wives will instruct.t
pupils of the College and class"
tees have been set at one infant
class at $3 monthly, 6 prira'm
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ondary classes, $6 to $7.. .


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Fourcand Back' A Mt

Welfare Post. Discloses


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Plans


For Delinque


Dr. Jacques Fourcand, Direct- itul du Bien-Etre Social et de enile delinqui
or of IBESR and Head of the IRecherches" at a gathering for died by comp
Haitian Red Cross, recently re- representative of the press held administration
turned to his position on a Pre- in the Director's Rue deb Mira- rough examine
sidential appointment. One of his cles office Friday 19. tian problem.
first moves was made over the With his tvio hands placed re- "We ate a
nation's broadcasting s y s t e mn ligiously on a bible Dr. Fourcand em of juven
when he placed a bai on the Iemphasized that the programs he technicians .
playing of some of the popular hopes to practice will he in col- ans," the IE
Merengues with risque lyrics. elaboration with IBESR special- He thought i
The following article, originally ists and that help must be ex- port the battle
published Saturday I as t, is a pected and given by the press ganization in
translation from Le Nouvelliste whose "objective criticisms" ac- session of the
and ha-. not been altered in its cording to Dr. Fourcand, "will Ire'of Carrefo
forni. a!low me to better my program be confused
The outlines of the scheduled of action." institution of
fight against juvenile delinqueT- Dr. Fourcand also stressed the by Father 'S
cy were given by Dr. Jacques value of the specialists called tb this second
Fourcand, Director of the "Inst- help in his task. stating that j.iv- on the right


6 oI d istnc ro


before Father Smith's school.) nel as well as the material .and
"We have built our first board- the existing ,establishmentsI in
ing h o u s e at Carrefour," Dr. connections with social assistant.
Fourcand explained, "for we ce, hospitals, centers of rehabi-
have not been, able, up .to now, litation and of re-education, (ho-
because of certain circumstane- mes for the aged actually under
ae tM t Ik narACminn i nf thl Rtt VnHn- ___n_ _. -


G, uo 0 E e possess|DIon L o 1no Ie- ( llonulU Ue oi
Education Centre at Carrefour,
ts which, unfortunately, is still un- SALESMEN WAI
71 t der the jurisdiction of the "De.
tpartement de l'Education Natio- By the exclusive agen
?ncy had been *, nale." of the longest establi,
tent services of his of automobile in IN
1, helped by a tho- Questioned by the Le Nouvell- We are looking fot
nation of the "Hai- iste representative as to what salesmen to'ell a m
the "certain circumstances" mobile with a world
attacking the probl- were and why the use of the ation.
ile delinquency as word "unfortunately" Dr. Four- Applicants' sound u
nd not as politici- cand replied that these "circum- ing of the English la
*ESR Chief stated. stances" could perhaps be in- imperative.
t necessary to re- comprehension, maybe, pride al- All applications shot
e fought'by this or- so without any doubt; "for in 'dressed in writing to
orderly to take poss- spite of my constant efforts 1 457 with the fololwing
Re-Education Cen- have been !unable to obtain the age, education p
>ur. '(This is not to re .ittance of.the center because education .and reference
with that excellent they.'have .made a second ."Cen- with compiple."elp.,tot f
the same title run tre- d'Arts et Metiers" out of it. ployment. _Alil i
smith at Carrefour; '.When.Article. 1 of the law of be treated as strictly
institution is sited August 2T 195 'states: 'The tech- fial. Only written appli
hand of the road nicai anrid admiistfative person- be considered., -.

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S, SUNDAY AUGUST 28, 1960 HAITI SUN" l*A6 .

Ii S ". h monstrafed the pilot takb any ies
lider Soaring Spo tg
S '.. of t glider Van Zeel ck ul- A champion glider pil
t lu bJ be e I e "st*ic "^know t there is to kno
m M Dating ns with those
Belgium Behind Training Of Wouldbe Birds loop that he had "insuffi the tow plane pilot, but a novi
.* .. .' .. *taking his first flight is son
,,1. Soaring bird-like with consum- time receive them and issue in- purchase two planes -- a giber .ing else.
9ate.e, a se in the stratospheres formation. and a single engine aircraft' pro ng lider trying to comrn- "First he goes up, then h"
Looking down on the mountains CHOICE ALREADY MADE plete lie' foofi' anai then swooped comes down, from side to side
,Of- Haiti is the aim, in the near "We plan to affiliate our club Gliders, according to Van Zoo- off into the far corners of the and everywhere, keeping the P
futureur, of members forming the to the FAI a? well as to many broeck, are one of the most sen-the towing plane with
groundingsings of the HAC The of the other international clubs sitive aircraft-to take to the air This last-gesture simulated the eyes glued on the rear vtsio.
Haiti Aviation Club. such as the Aircraft Owners'and and as one moves from "joy" falling to one side. of the glider mirror-and trying to.guess twfic
To date, close .to thirty local Pilots Association which has a flying to calculated competition which then "dives .down, gains way he is, going to goint.'.-
businessmen and enthu siasts membership in the United States work Ine gliders move -from easy a faster speed and then trys NAVIGATION COMPETru.
have joined the roster to take of 75,000. The increase in visit- to extremely skittish. again. "The experienced pilot N. GTON EI
Ln the world wide sport of glid- ors to Haiti 'from these aero stated that the only .way to sOall ONE t .
e soaring, the fascinating art clubs is of, large potential." As the HAC intends training ,a glider is for "the pilot.to pash T the B ,
of swooping, driftin and diving prospective pilots to license .sta- the..plane with all his might into er and tow
Along in an engineless aircraft SET NEW RECORDS HERE? ge the choice of aircraft to be the ground and .then,. of cour- traded by the o g-
.s,,,powered.. by .patterns of air So confidentt is Mr. Van Zee, used has been-,debated by the se, he must want to kill him- whichh took place in Van-Z'
currents and surroundedonlyby on broeck of Haiti's gliding condi- club members .carefully with the self." boeck's homeland
ii., the gentle whisper of wind on dons that he stated this week result that the German "Rhon- T R h. ch o, s. w'1
Sthe gentle ewhsper o win that nw. records could well be lerr.he" his been chosen as, ideal The Rhonlerche glier chosen ",I was competing in ,..
. Once the "go ahead" has been. set in 'his country. Future plans for Haiti. This is a highwing two as the most suitable aircraft fo" al competition for, na
authorized b t he Haitian Avi of t. Haiti A&iatinh Club incl- seater Monoplane preferable for the HAC weighs a mere 500 lbs. with 13 other pilots...We ..d
authorized r my the Haitian Avia- ude t e organization of gliding schooling and solo flight exerc- In" order to attain this feater fly over certa, areas n
don a b eing negotiated ni championships on an internatio- ise and comes under the classi- weight the manufacturers cons- cognize them from a map.wi
,,.tHy its expected to be nal scale' With participation by fiction of a "Mediumn Perlor- truct this particular model from we had scanned before 1
Ha, ter or" weeks before world champion glider pilots. mance" glider. This is not the frame of ver, light welded the .ground. To show ,'
... ..i f" eek before ....
.aimttrlg es d rhe type of .plane used for record steel which is covered with fa- area flown over was.re.
'training begins under the "i am confident, because of breaking bric. The wings, complete with a piloi"had to cirtb.'e.th.
.aild:,.tuition of Maurice A, the exceptional conditions here, simple but effective airbrake:, thought he Ikn*w.andw.vat
Van Zeebroeck, a tall Belgium that we could set new records Maurice Van Zeebroeck's de- are made from laminated pine. by officials pn,the ground .at
o Doctor in Law and the man for. glider performances." The scription of gliders compares ALL IMPORTANT TO PLINE, designaed.oin :,'
thought of,9rganizing an 4a.v- current'altitude record stands at them to the' grace and agility of No Idss essential to successful '
ln. and gliding cub. fdr Haiti. over 40,000 feet, the duration re- a seagull. He stated that they gliding is ti.e tow plane which' Siotly after .'we,started..,
'he thrills -and skills of glid- cord an amazing 70 hours and respond to the slightest touch on performs the skillful duty of lift- the .weather... a e, vep'.t
and. powered flight are far the distance mark has been set tLe joy-stick or rudder pedals ing the glider off the runway and tad .all the competitors',gtr lo
Sa' new experience' for Van at more than 800 kilometers..that the pilot can "ascend towig it to its minimum glid- They 'ended up spripaq., 'tlr
Zeebroeck who modestly explain- The founder of the HAC stated ordescend at will" ing altitude. This task is perfor- out the con side and IW
cd. during an interview this week this week that as soon as the med by means of'a wire linking fortunate enough ,to be the o
that he..is the holder of both a negotiations have been conclud- Unlike an engine powered pla- the two aircraft which'is relea:- one to make it home. I had
private pilot and glider license, ed with the .government author- ne, he continued,' it is practi- ed by thi to6W' lane's .pilot at do it by flying on my inswtt
a member of the "Federation ities, and the .word to go ahead cally impossible to stall a glider. the desireable'heigh." : ents the whole way.", .
Aeron" t!ique Internationale," -- has been received the club will With smoothly gestulating arms "I.have towed gliders a 'great (Continued on page.1
FAI, one of the largest aviation '...-':
organizations in the world, and '
the Vice-President of the Zute ....,
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-..' An avid aviation ran since he f' '
was "a very small boy" Maurice' "k
-v', Van Zeebroeck has been a civil-
ian fUer for the past 10 years "
yet as he describes the joys of
"free Llight" the impression is
given that he looks P
flight as his first, so A..: -4:-
enthusiastic is lie to flying and
what, he considers, the forma-
tion of an aviation club could
do for Haiti's tourism and eda-
c atior .
A [. wisiona! comndi;tee to set
S.abo.it ... formation of the HAC
was inaucirated on June 7 and
application for a permit hav-e
SFL-c- r.ade rd ',d re still in ne-
go' at. a.
IDEI. CONDITIONS- ,..:', ;
IN hAti .... '"
"T-o ascendia'u a'd meteoro-
logical conditions here .r-e exc-
tclient because of the geicrapluc-
Sal location of Port au Prince bay
and the Cul de Sac Plain." stat-
ed Van Zeebroeck. "This loca-
tion means plenty of upgoing air
currents between the two mount-
ain chains, and. of course, strong -
air currents which are of vital
ntccssity to gliding."
."Such a club as we have en-
visaged," he continued, "would / '
be a very good thing for this
country by way of tourism. If ."v
we have a %well organized Avia-
lion club in Haiti we can their I
invite foreign private plane own-
cis to visit us and at the same


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PAGE 10


The Sugar lIz


in The Hat


Economy
B) GERARD ALLEN


We listened religiously to the
last speech of the President of
the Republic, emphasizing once
again. but more strongly this
tirr.e, for the reasons mentioned
in his speech. the necessity for
us Haitians to safe ourselves if
we do not want to be tiped off
the map of the world as a nat-
ion.

This speech had profound re
sonances for us, for all of tho-e
who think first in Icrms ot
COUNTRY. and once more. we
thouilht of the ,va3a and mean
for "us to save ourselves". We
took our exportation and impor
lauon statistics and reanaJyzed
them. thinking of those commod-
ities whose production need 0to
be increased, of impor t a I I o n
which needs to be reduced. etc
We reviewed the importance of
our principal export commodit
ics: COFFEE SUGAR SI
SAI. COTTON CACAO. in
the Haitian economI and the no-
crsilt.. now more than eier. to
increase them to be ABLE to
.ave ourselves, and se decided
to write a series of articles -
this being the first ao put our
selves, as we hate allta.s done.
at the service of the communri\.


In inew of the importance of
the cultivation of sugar cane in
the Haitian economy. as much
from the point of viea of feasi,
blhty I$150.(0 to $20000 per beel.
are double the income from do.-
mestic farming as from the
point of o ir w of source of reve
nue for our rural people Paul.J


cane available. This is why.
therefore. le saw them produlet
d u s k up to 65,000 Ions of sugar during
the years 1951 and 195?. and low-
Er their production to 46.000 tons
in 195.i mn order to content them
."elves with only the lajtian and
Amneri'n markets. leave i ng to
IliFiar fate. therefore, the poor
lia.tain planter. amlth their cane
crn3p_
T"o help 3iu to understand us
netler. %e gnte 3.o0 belo there
ditfeeent market prices as celli
The production of the plains of as 1 E quotas allowed us-
Arcahaje. of St Lo.uis du Nord.
of Gros M.:.rne. of Jean Rabel.
of Pent Goa'e. i[ St tluaiu du
Sjd. of (-Cat llon. of the \'tiltp-
ol Deluge. ,rnd of St Mare of An.et icui Md-akel ., 0
the Artubonmte has not been et j. Hlatian Maiket I .1il
luaste bui -ie ino' iher l ar- \ im!d Marl..t 5i.lti
1I3I lurtal distillener s saitern d


ioral wrlues that sugar cane 11i'm-is i- rP.cpublie prooducen:-' t;' .i- 1 a erage price of
ululationn takes up 25 per cent ahoilt 4fl0,0M) hecloiotres of ale.:, .176 tl. per Ib.
tf the cultivable land and appro- hol per scar, thich repre-.ent n c.nientuig ourel' e. a t I Il
ximatel ONE THIRD oi the Hat. abotit 70T.01))) uret o ani uned IJ li~e -iatn and Amenrcan mark
tan population dra their in O) the 975 in l,[ oti) t,)n. pr- l-,. the serage price i .r155 c.i
ante from sugar cane,, and the ured in 7hto pnnip.al rs_- ons, per lb.
title importance otur go- vI r i ll to 7 10,Ot1 is i, ias T Hato er.:,t -,.
mrnis hate gisen to ., although form-d into Stitar fatloeIng Ithe ftcd the Pr-, ',if .ugsr can. del'
hey ,eceise a large. pa.l of their trt' ul tt te ti p .t ta
avenue rom it we are berinnt. 11 ihs, inrmt price the t ane produc-d r, I.h'
ng these arbelets lth a _tud f ah r ir.l- er ar t. plartal.o. i' iASCO pHa-.tlan
the SUGAR INDUSTRY IN HAI rl.-ret-ld in pr.ce..,ne ill the ,metcn Su.r Co. rocis them
much leS-
Tno [rr r idei 'liich'- cmeris tj
PIIODPiL111ON Nt MIAIlIK.r-o I, r mind is ihat Ihe price ro
Ihe cane -s too high in Hafit-
The sugnr cine prod-ji.on oi tre rPr.nc.p- l re n.- .. loke.. ~ ilerelore i.he 'su-ar mill Cahoot
down La follor.- Ti:cvs a profit Iillh thi; aierace'
;,,pcc oi 0276s? ci per Ib
Plains of (ul de Sac & Lesgan i 6oil tu 700.rIin shurn l on, Mir Slbert nVmion. an expert
Plane du Nord 81t o 100,000 Drshort I"n. ..i me FAO .n h-. report 1.to the
Plane des Cajes I % I 170.0110 short tons ItalLi3-r Government on 'sIfar
Phline de Jeremle GI0 lu 75,100l short Ions pr..,ducti )In tells us. **The co t
Plateau Central 7i Io it 00[n0 short Ions of refining Iresents relatively
small var.atuons when the ,eit
TOTAL 9 o1. Io L.Itr.5*50 short luns icnnc.% of the -mill is satisia(t'or:,


.. HA SUNj4 "


REGARDLESS W HERE THE
MIL,. IS, SITUATED When he
efficie ici of a null i r normal
In prin..Iple, the co-it o reGrung
should be bet ccn IS uri. ",I
dollar, per ton of suea. ThI,
factor leing rdlanreli cr.n.ianl
ONLY THE PRICE OF THE n
CANE can bring about i ,. 3p
preciable variation Crons.:.-urn. o ;
13. wlien the price of sugar j
HIGH. the refinery can pa la
proportionately higher pr,,: [,)r
ihe tane and even a h.rt.:r pr..
cc And Mr. Vinton i.rthrer ,jl
Cr
per nll per I-.-i 1i
It '.tt ir n 01it .

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thr 1 u r n ; o th, p.i-,,,i ,
hl, ni e "alied IO ; .: ru
t-., ,-.i can, il, r,r.il. ,j r ,ni


[i Oc.I ih ,lll e.( 0 I
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to r!nm.:nt SubinO..

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neig sh:rlt Inn "I ilJ i c ,niB

poducc :41 potnd, *l r-A, .1 C]
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Average Prfic. li
lear price of or ul
sugar ta l
p.:r I,-.,
turl
1916 (n.2' 3 ct. $ sr:


WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT DURING ,

THE REMODELING PERIOD OF' THE



Casino Riviera D'Haiti



THE GAMBLING FACILITIES HAVE BEEN TRANSFER- h

RED TEMPORARILY TO THE

IN A NEWLY AND AIR CONDITIONED SALON.



Casino Riviera D'Haiti .


WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR TEMP.

C ORARY GAMBLING QUARTERS IN THE NEWLY DE- A

CORATED BAMBOCHE ROOM OF THE S1


RIVIERA HOTEL

DURING THE REMODELING AND AIR CONDITIONING

OF THE A

CASINO RIVIERA D'HAITI .S


,3*et*t *rt $ttt4 tA 4444 At sw '
=,...


ij pl" et ltriM j..ear One in) of Cite gives us prcs.ents. for the producer. a alt.
03' cl 4.50 241 :bs. 1f sugar. in selling the--e ue of Ies tran $2.50 per ton
Oii,, 4 68t 211 It. of sugar on the world Other daia confirm the depie-
market at 03 cl per lb. we re- cation of the cane outside tme
Ipnu 0t168 per I1) cerle $7.23 To produce these 241 region oi H4SCO. In 1951. the

O ]h b of sugar the datu abo,.e small suta-r mill in the northern
I' .125 per b ea r.-n bli Mr i\man. industrial region paid $3.55 per t'n fur
,o}1 .. labour represents 7 1 per cent cane de I i erea to the mill
, ;hrt In11 rind other producnon cost 19.') ana $2.05 per ton for cane t-land
,449 .i133i9 per Ib pit cent. giang us a total of ing in the helds
slor ion 26 I per cent. but lei us take 2? Consequentiil. this balance o1
per cent of the setibng price of 5 000 tons of cane not prices,
h ,o,-n been told in the 241 lbs the gene al co.t of ed into ;igar represents [for the
Sable that the price production thereforAe ill be $1.95 Haitran "conomny. at $3S per
SHan 4 t11) is cheap- Add this 51 'l 1I the price of a Ion. $t,01i6.5010. It this balance
n'ere el-c for an ton ol e -ne tl0 per metritne of 525.000 tons of cane wer. tran.
hi sfr prio- of sura.r Ion ,or $3 77 p,.r rhon ton. Hence -formed .nt,. sugar .t be tolid onr
Ir lb ur second 1t 95 plu- 3 77 ,-e;- us I'.77 the iorlrd market at the losn pn
1' lt i3abour is mol? which %o".I hate min.\3 o subtract ce of P3 et per Ib iie hia e
in fill, auir after. from the ";l'LI price f $7 23 ,ern thar the prolit [triot ..n-.
t 5, .;'r per a1. is Con_:equeti,r 1 a .iori-id mirkter tin of r.,ine on ihe morld ni ark.
le I thI itajg r mill slin.ni p!..e.t J i 3 Ci the plofil '* -* 5 1. the priobt t.. I, Cimin
i *i... ( olr.e it .. it i $1i r. i r o.rd .t t. -7am l ror i
lh l ~.1 '1 (IJ t,,, BuI Itih trdn'formr l.r-ln el t'11:
,',. a lrt l- tu l I t 1 ,1 11111., e t n ti il b n lot* h1 l.,r, -- 1 ", I lu lln. -n f 'In-
nt-, 391 per cent an.! th- ditelcn t-llir.g ODil,,es and .n11lo. uir um.ld autoniaii.illt
SI. lt.dir 71 p'r 'nit, price" co.mbin t...- : t -,ird ,3ni ill .ncieae rthe C st o') cane rile
[ 1 tr ,I 'tlih ~-rliIn arrive at ith': Il..l.:t in rH- ,-i lt r-rt e padr b., IASCO .ntJ i.h.
UIb. Pruilt i1 One 'fOn or Cane


or 1i0.'5 pF.r l1t
lII.. ;1.-r the libour-
pi.r i..an r. rat saigai"


ITp. t,;,l ui Haitn H.-S-
,r ali ,ti&: atj'tf ltiiJra
in.l the- icrrie sajar:.
s.,ur:r In t he rtill I

" l. . r n. Dr'-.r I pii.
Ilr I" -isr Ird-JJ.n-T".


'.Viiril M -arii.. I 1. 1t
i,\O. r.can M .rnei l i.l "
IA terai E pr.c \Irr, 'W.rld rlakri iii'ti C..'1.
,L-... at arkl.: it :
,.\I F'ri. In aj ;.tit Ani Markeu tI-5,i I -
'A.\ Pric. I: a'i ,%m -nd \\o'ld 1.jkc., 1.;m,, '- s'.
,A'. Prnce local and World Markets .Mtr i i i
You, too -it 'bt ternpted .3 Ce-nitJle D-?a.'lnes mill, 11.an ._
ask .c.urt'ell :i has Mlr. Arnaud o i-'., ito $1 77 per -hort [.)n
Hasp:l in a II n inihl aubect or a realuation of $1 72 peo Ion
r hithi:i m3itl. po',er3 hab e or for'i3.tf Ot: hor the 52 5. t, in:
conspired ro render tLalic the Tian-r.ornmed into sugar lii
d.e.eloprm0nt oft thc ;u( -r indus. balanc- .:f c ne which is ,. r.
r:,. in Haiti r ed in rapado-j". t 'rup. and ri
Fr,.m the 1.1J'.filn t.-'n or c3an cool -o'uld repre.cni f.:.- rr.,e
alreao, olinted in -our pn.cipal Hajtiar, -:-onorm.s $2.766156 ) 0in -n.
itcions. F'(llifl tons art' trans- stead olf Its actual ialu: t I St.
f.rmtn-d intc. ,Jcar, the balance. (J76..I' ie, iitnul c'.mnlini: tneo
mnoltir es : unich could tien U.:
S. -r., '. i s 1r.n i- .r s11 tho tians .iamn-d intoj aitohol.


tii-. ll< -irf ot rat' arnuilactire Ot rsapadoat" hard
1`'1. .i l-uito Rico ar'e ti.an tuir. s,rup. knd alcu-


per
cent
lrnisllur sI Labour 39.1
Lrll(i(.n r.l .)M, 19.0
Sprofilts 8.1

I for producers 66.2
I labour 7.1
KIIutiin I o'l 19.11
I prehl. 7.7

trial tubiolal 38.8
ILND T'OI AL 10l0.1t

I-In prace Cf sugar on
M .t uiskets a.d the
-itI o priecs on our
nrliidl"Oe I- -mse Ls the


Hue) to ;xJ about tircn'.tormini;
thes- .:.*a fi Ioni-" i[f cane U which


It hi- -iud\ Mr. aon tell "'- -crr r.iA .ner -t lagioni,
Ii _A lapze part .-i the s'aetr To aio it te need to tind capital
Loni ,ied -n the cane ,i I,si be r. i, ul -. rer of $9? t in $11 million_
cause oi PRIMIT-E IiET!-. it daolirs In -..e ai oe quant.
ODS h3abtual3 applied in the -.3 i f cane a-'ilable r. -n e dJf
rup and alcohoii dt..ullenE From rerino r-cions 6i.0i) to 1i") uItn
aajlible intormaLon. their per. n-i do te har a j chance o[
cenitag rate or emractI-on ot .i rndinaJ cadpialisj interested in
cProe repreentr les. than 50 per the sugar industo rho could
cent and ma Dbe onl., 35 per be prepared to tntelst in small
cent, compared to the percent. sugar mills? In vieu or the :o
age that can be obtained b3 tmo- cial treibks and perspeeti'. .-
deprn eetnods eltl r,"a"Ites d':elopiCng in La.n
iMr. Vision continues: cutsade Ameced do e liast,: .cni,:
'he region of Port au Prince. the of -etiln; for.-i i capital ris .
oast of production of cane in the ten-st.:d .n mir e ing in H I I |
rfJtferaen pacts of the isttnd such important sums in the im
eventhough the profits of the pro-. mediate lutur.' without fear .li
dupers art much lut1er is not being wrong. we- can anstlr
mor' than $.'0 per ton. The these questions with a no.
c're itself represents, for the 'What .; there left for us it.
-A --n atn rm iatat


per lb.

.03 ct


i Mdih'- .n0-f ci

,'1-, f,,r Antienci.n and worldd r.larl.PIE 0311 ci

'li ,i (.I[

'ri.e for Ly:al and ,American Marirkes f055 ci

Pri i-.r Loea. .merinan and World Markel- 107'S ct

aPrc- lor L.ocal and World Markeli 041rit it


'tr' whit LINE tON OF producer, a % luc ol le-* than
i a'tl'ls aL [hu. different $V 50 per tlan. The cane i'seit re-


dJo Fo.Id our arms a-nd wait?
or make a common effort to gain
a maximum of profit for our
cl,.a The goal tlo be reached
art ot a -oc-il a3nd economic na
Lure since Haiti should raise
the si.ndlrd of Ivin; of the
small iarmner. and asoid creai-
ing a rural proletariat b5 re-
mo\ing their land Tnr need for
better methods ci c-tLsvaucn
speed up the progre .t o agn.
culture r asuk ik eti fell "
Albert Vinton tells use. We
must chose a commercial crop
since the income in money Oa
the peasant is so smalI He en
to3s onirl.y rarely the most ele'
menlart comfort., Lake as e-'l-


den.c- hJi clothing The r n-.)m.n- kr...., i i. Th H-is,[ it E. .i ant
in mrone. i an en nr.al facir.:r ..j11i.). i.imnpi-cai[,d tecrhn.uqii .
of pmige-r r ind .p rener ce hr i ,* -:i: i: :i ,r.i- :. -.' lt.rl to .i -.
shotur. that it conSLituI.; a er., a n it..-.: ,;,. .1: it.i:.....- .; .
p,'U r-ful m anrs to i t r th- p er in,. c:. r.. l Inh. r Ir. .Inrm r.1I
sarit aliul l hi is "nm.nJdrJt:$. The Fur.- I Ir..-Aj .. and Ctir;a..l
'.-l si ,n InO in ne., a5rrj :_sI r, [.-.r r pt ,i-[i ...- LI.i lc l'.iI
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Glider SoariLg,..


(Continued from page 9)
TIGER MOTH FOR TOWING
Choice of a tow plane has no-
minated the famous training and
stunt aircraft tie Tiger Moth,
manufactured by the long estab-
lished De Haviland Co. in En-
gland.
Although lie has flown "'at
least eight or nine types of plain-
es" Van Zeebroeck states that
his preference is the Tiger Moth
for a tow plane for the glider.
A. dual wing two seater aircraft
the Tiger Moth, powered b:y a
140 h.p Gypsy Major regine, has
open cockpits and is said to be
ideal suited to the needs of
the HAC. (It is necessary to have
a plane of at least 120 h.p. foi
, towing purposes.)
. Once the glider is off the
'ground and released from thei
tow plane it is as easy as falling
'off a log, according to the BAl-
gium pilot. The only instrument-
contained in the conventional gli-
der '- competition gliders re-
quire more ititrtutents and _,ear
,such P.- oxygen apparatu-s and


parachute etc.. are the alti-
meter, the airspeed indicatorr and
a climb rate per second counter.
This is, of course, in conjunction
with the joy stick, rudder ped-
als and air brakes.

Landing a glider is also said
,: pose no problems. If the pilot
overshoots then all he has to do
s circle. as does a conventional
.-.ircralt. ar.d try again provid-
ing he has sufficient speed, and
I ie landing speed of a glider is
.1 negligeable 30 mph. As the
slider's man constituent is its
!.ght weight the plane does not
carry landing wells but instead
has a m.al skid or ski built into
Ine f :selage. In some cases a
;mall wheel is installed which
pi otrudes only a short distance
frorri the centre of the ski; this,
however is for ground handling.
p i'[ s oil.. The pilot brings
the pine in, glides to a stop'and
dien walts for the plane to gently
tilt over on one wing before al-
ighting.
It is intended, stated Van Zea-


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broeck, to give flying instruction
for both ghder and Tiger Moth
licenses and this is generally co-
vered, for each license, in a cour-
se of 25 lessons. When the Club
gets underway it is forecast that
instruction for prospective club
members will not be expenz:'.
For glider flights the club
members will be expected to p.:,
a seven minute towing cmaripe,
at nine cents per minute, ar.d a
19 cents per minute charge to
cover the cost of the petrol and
oil consumed by the Tiger Moth.
This mnans that for $2.40 the
1-LAC member covers his towing
charges and gets an additional
12 min:ites free flight. i.The ide-
a] gliding speed is put at appro-
ximately 30 mph.)

EDUCATIONAL SIDE
TO GLIDING
Maurice Van Zeebroeck sti 5-
sed that there was no reason
why gliding in Haiti should not
have the same educational bene-
fits as it has done in Belgium.
He maintains that it teaches
youths responsibility, comr'adsri-
ip and discipline and gives them
a sound interesting hobby to de-
vote their time too.


gory 11. John-Philip
no aged 5.
The Haiti Aviation
to date enrolled som
ers and interested ii
being made daily. I
day Mr. Van Zeebi
to members of the
Club of Commerce al
ii; held at the Hote
and aroused consider
nst among the loc


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10 and Bru- tribute towards the ,cqs ofl'
two planes and those memt
n Club has, who will enroll for the.tri
e 25 memb- .--ourses. Gliding is a yWar.ro
inquiries are *port and one which ai
Last Wedne- thousands of devotees'
roeck spoke throughout the world..If it:"'
International cs on with the sport _i
t their meet- people of Haiti we may well
1 Sans Souci this country represented in'i
erable inter- ure years at the annual iinteX
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The lure presented .of
high above the .earth,..wil
ave vet been the awe inspiring Wvhiptle ol'
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.Fourcand Back...
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On (otinued from page 8) three years at the end of iwhici
r jurisdiction of the Departments these teenagers -ranging from
.of.-Puolic Health, National Edu- 7-16 years;of-age- will be direct-
',Cation and Interior,; are relev- ed towcrds a trade. In the mean
Vioant.to the IBESR.' ., time'.they will be directed to-
4,,J r, FUTURE FUNCTIONS wafds a trade and they will live
ii .i. OF CENTER in a nice building under the sur-
.ii At this stage of the press con- veillance of 10 qualified advis-
qikrenqe Dr. Fouieapfa te1 bm Wg,.n .their first "Bacca-
*ith; Messrs. Get tdrikGburgues';- MaureatW; .
yiiEmrnerson Douy:pMact Nerva This is not"ithe opinion of Dr.
Antonin, invited teatr to tell Fourcand wl6 thinks that the
iithe.ajournalists who. present "rhetoriciens'-u are "in transit"
% about, the project 6 Ationng jn-certaii 'iblic services. He
of the Re-Edu ion ne f roofof" that 63 per
I Carrefour for c-he' ca- cyers of the bar ot
106-ri house of I Pra si ki $6- fiHce come out of the'
lite .. Administration of the Telegraph.
graduate of the Institute of He suggested,. therefore. to hire
Apiled'tSdiences. 'Chicago, the advisors having uiily their "bre-
Institute of Virginia and the Law vet s perieur?' Before being
SScbA..0.of, Port au Prince, the chosen they- Would be required
f itorof. the Re-Educa- to.go.through latest of applied
ti o aof Carrefour, (where psychology.
1a jirg delinquents, recruited According to Dr. Fourcand,
in all the %jails of the country "thd. advisor must not want to
11.il be re-educated,) spoke of gather a small capital to go aft-
(he aim and of the functioning of er ward to increase his knowledge
Fle Home. elsewhere." The thesis had to
be retained and the debate was
S"That is h3w .wq .learned,". the dirccted towards tfhe different as-
Director '"cotinued.a" that the re- pc'.s of prostitution in H a it i.
.education period will not exceed Many colleagues asked questions,
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some of them interesting, of the old politicians think they will
Director oif the IBESR and of find' followers for the elections,
the ChieIf of the Division des we now have a plan to control
Moeurs,'"dh .'te control of the themi"
brothels, etc. Before the journalists left, the
Director of IBESR promised that
Dr. Fourcand answered on this as soon as the financial situation
subject: "Our inspectors are ev- allowed it, other annexes of IB


en too competent. Anyway, we
have ways of punishing immoral
inspectors. Formerly, when un-
der the supervision of Mr. Day.
we wanted 1o morally cleanse the
City. cries came from every-
where. Fortunately he is back
again with the IBESR.
"As for the brothels, where the

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Ltd.," are fully prepared to start
of a similar bone of contention


Mary .\lice speaks fluent French
and English and will teach sume
20-25 students at the .r.cently r-.
m o dell e.d church dispensary
which will now serve as a scho-'l
building where students 'ill ,;b'
given a secondary tdrining and
bi-lingual commercial courses by
the Sister.
It is hoped that this -new..school
will help to fill in the gap' in
sclhoql traidnig 'anda aid s:bdents
who would otherwise travel ab-
road to Cuiminato thetr studies.
While Sister Marsy Alice will
.mitially teach and conduct the
school 'at the Christ Roi church
on her own' It is planed ,h"atL
"three Sisters roim '.the0Sti A ne.- -
oder .%rill come; 'to Iaiti early'
next year to join 'the teaching
staff.
-HAITIAN BOY,
SCOUT 'APPEARS
ON COVER
OF SATURDAY
EVENING POST .
Haiti's Boy Scouts aEre;epre-.
sented in ujniforni and' carrying
the Haitian flag on the froot co.
ver of the July,'23rd issue of the
Saturday Evening Post.
The front cover painting reuni-
Smeniorales the gathering of 55.,
000 Scouts who this week are,
gathering on a' ranch .north of
Colorado Springs for the Fifth
National Jamboree, attended by
Scouts from 360foreig i countries
aind nibst corners of the World.
Fifteen Nphton are depicted
on the "Post" coer and Haiti
proudly' takes its place as a
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"I.fUNDAY AUGUST 28, 1960


Paris-Match Team Describe Caribe
Tour In T.V- Interview


Two members of the widely
read "Paris Match" magazine,
Jean Farran reporter and photo-
grapher Rene Vital '-on assign-
ment covering Cuba, Jamaica,
Puerto Rico, Dominican Repub-
lic, Martinique and Haiti- spent
a week here as guests of the'
Montana Hotel.

During a Tele-Haiti interview
Wednesday evening Farran, who
has been with the pictorial
French news magazine since its
founding 10 years ago, told in-
terviewer Gerard Dabady t h at
his most memorable moments
during his career in journalism
were in the Sierra Maestra
mountains, where at one period
he had to make a three day
walk, and the July 26th anniver-
sary which Farran stated he,
would never forget. Farran was
deeply impressed by the' Cuban
-revolution.

Also.high on his list of thrill-
ink. moments was the election
of Poge St. John.
Mrs, Clovis Kernizan, the press


attache of the French Embassy
and Mr Raoul Aglion were also
presented to Tele-Haiti Channel
5's spectators on the Wednesday
night "Personality of the Week"
program: .


MISSIONARY


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FOR BRAIN

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After an emergency brain op-
eration 11-year-old Rony Kelly,
son of the Baptist missionary in
Cap Haitien and Lamb i, was
flown to Mi.ami Saturday, for
spdecialit mediidl tre iment.
The emergency operation was
conducted at the Albert Schweit-
zer.:- Iospital 'in the .Artibonite
Valley, and ,Dr. Hollestr, of the
Hospital staff : accompanied, the
boy to the States. Young Rony
Kelly's condition has not yet
been established.


"HAITI SUN"


COMMITTEE FOR
22 iSEPTEMBRE
CELEBRATIONS
FORMED

At a meeting held at the City
Hall Friday last, Port au Prin-
ce's Mayor Jean Deeb was chos-
en as President and Senator Vic-
tor Nevers Constant,. Vice-Pre-
sident to preside over the com-
mittee selected to organize the
festivities of September 22 ce-
lebration of the third anniversary
oi the elections and the Govern-
ment of Dr. Francois Duvalier.
Commenting on the festivities,
which are to be held on a grand-
iose scale this year, Mayor Deeb
stated that the only man quali-
lied to receive funds for the fes-
tivities is Mr. Antonio Andre,
the treasurer of the committee.
Elected members of the festi-
val Coordination and Finance
committee are; .Jean Magloire,
President, Lucien Thebaud, Ray-
mond Roy, Michel Aubourg, Ed.
MacGurk, Otto Madsen, Leon
Bordes, Gerard Gebara .and Cle-
mard Joseph Charles, members.
Messrs. Antonio Andre, Treas-
urer, Dumayric Charlier and
Franck Sterlin, secretary and
assistant secretary have been
selected to assist Messrs. Jean
Deeb and Victor Nevers Cons-
tant.


3,000 CUISINESSO
SOLD IN WEEK
EXPORT OF STOVES
PLANNED
According to distributor Ed-
ward McGurk the newly inovat-
ed "Cuisinesso" kerosene burn-
ing stove, manufactured by Haiti
Metal, S.A. and marketed by
ESSO as part of their soil con-
servation anti-erosion camp-
aign, has had a flood of success
in Haiti and has received orders
from throughout Latin America.
Stating that 3,000 had been
sold here this week, McGurk
afded that a thousand have been
ordered and will shortly be ship-
ped to Panama and many other
L.A. countries have displayed a
vibrant interest in the little $1.80
stoves designed to eliminate the
use of charcoal. All stoves ship-
ped out of this country will be
marked with the stamp "made
in Haiti."
Meanwhile the local distribut-
ors are doing a thriving trade
and are demonstrating the stoves
-. -by nieans od".colorful stalls set
--u-p in the markets and staffed
with employees fully versed it


an engineer) emba rk ed on a
spear fishing orgy in "Baie de,
Caracol" in the Northern sector
of the island.
Everything went swim i n g I y
and Senor Cerania was able to
spear several fish which he hung
r-om a buoy. Then came the fun..
and the realization of a dream
for the Italian commercial sec-
retary.
Smelling free food two sharks
moved swiftly towards Mr Ceria-
na's buoy hung booty. Just as'
swiftly the experience fishermen.
raised his gun and shot the larg-
a.I.t nf iih- h-L--i A* #!- I :-L


was a little too slow for he sold eLt o te snharks, a o 1oot en inch
his racing yacht and moved into beauty, fair amidships.
the field of spear fishing.
This underwater sport has pro- I Both fishermen t h e n settled'.
ved a winner with the Italian down and watched a terrific half- "
and so a fortnight ago he and an hpur death battle as the shark'-
Italian friend (Mr A. Cortesi, f6ught to free himself from the.:
harpoon and the forty feet of
rope attached to the spear and
the buoy.
the uses and potential of the This was certainly one fish'
Cuisinesso. that didn't get away as the skin
Adding to the effectiveness of ii proud Mr. Ceriana's homo
the campaign is the sound truck proves. Don't worry though swiir
which next week will take tq the fans. The sharks do NOT make
country districts equipped with a habit of playing around Port
loud speaker and gaily painted au Prince's beaches. They p-
with cartoons to attract the char- fer the Atlantic waters off the..
coal burners to the skillj d1 the North, Coast..--.hat ix they did.
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A shark skin, well and truly
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Senor Giulio Ceriana's 'proof' po-
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perience at spearing these man
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For a decade Mr. Ceriana, the
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has lived in Haiti and during that
time has shown himself as a fa-
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with the sea. Two years ago he
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SUNDAY AUGUST 28, 19 0.:.


"IN SPORTS ILLUSTRATED" on experience, got off to an un-
Master bridge player Charles certain start in a weekend of
H. Goren, the cool, calm and bridge that included a team-of-
collected champion of the card four match and a pair competi-
table and supplier of articles for tion. But after that they were
210 newspapers of a ChicAgo syn surprisingly tough.
:-dicate, has played Haiti a com- "My seasoned companions and
.pliment in his Sports illustrated I had come to Haiti to encour-
Column of July 25. age and promote the game there.
"Special Island- Magic" is the I am not sure that our mission
title of Goren's article in his was necessary but we had fun,
weekly column simply knowr and no more so that the irre-
as ."Charles Goren-Cards." pressible Harkavy, who demons-
"Haiti, that magic-loving isl- treated a little bridge magic of
r-and Republic, is playing higl his own..."
class international bridge these
days, and no legermain about it Goren then goes on to describe
Tricks the Haitians have, but a play made by team mate Har-
they are honestly come by." kavy in a match against a Hai-
How does Goren, a winner of dan team. The compliment pay-
'.bridge championships all over ed by the bridge master to play-
,..the world, know about Haiti's ers of the Haitian Bridge Asso-
,bridge players? Well, he describ- citation is a fully deserved one
es that in his own words by stat- as this is a club that has in-
.ing "Playing in Port au Prince creased its potential from the
'last month, fellow Miamians outset.
;William Seamon, Harry Harka- The intention of the Associa-
.vy, Leland Ferer and I ran into tibon is to become strong enough
strong native opposition, to send a team to compete in
"Thc Haitians, who are short the bridge championships of the


world, possibly to be held in
Miami this time, in 1963. Could
be that next time the Haitian
magic comes out on top?

FATE OF 60,000

HAITIANS IN D. R.
QUESTION RAISED

AT OAS


The unknown fate of thousands
of Haitians living in the Domin-
ican Republic has been cited as
a major talking point and prob-
lem of the OAS meeting current-
ly being held in San Jose, Costa
Rica, according to the Miami
Herald August 22.
"Other problems arising out of
the OAS action against the Do-
minican Republic," stated the
"Herald", "involve the fate of
60,000 to 100,000 Haitians now liv-
ing there, and the destiny of


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In Haiti 1:

(Continued from pake 19)
Smning Nancy Knobel Is back again in her adopted Country.
Shewas greeted by husapd ,.,Murray... ,., .. . ...-. .. .,
dor Miguel Angelo Iluertas, representative of the. E. L Du
Po de Nemours (paintihts represented here by Charles Dejean;
S flew here from his office in Puerto Rico this week. He is
Iatg at the El Rancho. He is, being, entertained ..by- Mr rnd
Mrs. Guy Martin and Jean Hue... :
s Billie Gold, an Insurance O' i-oer- from New York Ciy is
curry yt guest at El Rancho Hotel.

..Mqrton Goldfine, fervent visitor of our' Cubt-y whil piublish next
week. in the Sun, an article entitled MrtPft'.Goldfineii vacations
ii Haiti.

-. Mr*Gordon Clapp, President4dt the'De.velopmei t and Researches
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Cpropration of New York cdi eto town-. Saturd ,.-He is heree to
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fcr the Corporation. They are guests at Villa Creole.
-.Eleanor Stannard, wife of Ted Sannard, ap early retired busin
itnan from West Palm Beach, Fla, celebrated her birthday
d"rsday evening at Villa Creole in the lucious company of her
sband and daughter Pamela, and Mr and Mrs Guy Barreyre of
rt au Prince, and Dr Arthur Stern, a specialist in allergy from
w York City and his wife Florence, Sculptor "and Mme Mona-
telli. The party took :place in the unparalleled atmosphere of
.'Ia Creole with Creole buffet with show and a concert by the
Scxteto Ofenico Mexicano which dedicated it program to Mrs.
t'nnard. "I experienced .roniat the happiest moments of my life"
d Mrs Stannard as 'she listening to the talented Mexican sextet.
Mrs Jancey Stockly. ;a. writer for the Bridgeport Post of Bridge-
.grt, Connecticut is visiting here with her daughter Laura, a High
School Student. Journalist Jancey Stockly is writing a story or
Hhiti for the Bridgeport Post. Jancey and her daughter are staying
tb'i days at the Oloffson. .-..


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--28 year old German Merchant L'
Walter Fischl from Regensburg,,
Germany was greeted here yes-,,
terday by his beautiful fianceel,.'-
Sugar Queen of the World, Miss
Claudinette Fouchard. They wil-.
get married next 'Saturday, Sep',
tember 3. -
-*Lbvely Janice Beskin, a licen-*-
sed School Secretary from Nedi.'
York flew down here from New?
York this weekend with a re-..
commendation from her parents::
for the Shindlers of the El Ran-
cho. She is staying 8 days,' ins-b
Haiti.
..Michaelle Malval is going back,
to school in Miami today, after'
a wonderful vacation here among-.
her parents and friends. "'A.
..Francine Zucker and Lyndar'
Ann Goldsmith, two students.
from' New York arrived here Sa.- '
turday for a six day visit. Thy
are lodging at El Rancho. C!,
-Newly weds Harold and Rob-a
berta Rosen from New York -eli
honeymooning at the Monta4ip.-14
Accountant Harold and 'teaetlr
Roberta already.think of proloifh;,
going their planned 8 day visit in
Haiti. -'
.Jill Elaine Ruddell flew down,'.i
here this week-end to join mothti-
er Bernice and sister Linda. SbeA',
vas greeted at the Bowen Field. I
by prospective brother in, ljaw'
Geo Gonzales, Assistant Managir..;,
o' the Montana. Ji
Eminent Haitian Dentist Dr.. "
Carlo Pierre Mevs arrived fiere.,'
this week-end from ten day trip !
through the Caribbean and li-
mii. Dr Mevs has brought is
sense of initiative and ood. tbstpe
in the tourist trade. With ,. I
the .Gift Fair Shop bedanme a
Mecca for artistic minded shop-;:.
pers. Ea
Dynamo Elas A. Noustas. Pre-.'-.
sident of the Haitian American,,,
development and Trade, also of .
La Bepe Creole Department .
Store and Le Uerchoir Reestau-:"
rant came back this week from *'
a five month trip to Europe and-'
the U.S. doing publicity and Pu
blic Relations works for the tou-;,
rist trade here. ,
Elias is very optimistic about '
the coming season. He has work-
ed hard to it.
..French Businessman Gerard
de La Place from Paris is cur-
rently guest of Mr. and Mrs. .
Alfred de Matteis.
..Franck Roy, Assistant Mana-';,'?'
ger of the Hotel Ibo Lele retur-,,.
ned Friday from a two week ?'
visit in the United States. ::

11
U.N. CONGO TOBS
(tontinucd from page 19)

already left Port au Prince for
the Congo and further U.N. posts''-
in the Congo have been assigned
to Dr. A., Bellerive, with the
WHO in Leopoldville, and
Messrs. Jean David and Benoit
who have both been given im-
portan Congo posts.
To date 23 Haitians have been
selected as possible and from,i
these, 13 finalists will be chosen
at th econclusion of a radio op-
erators test and final New York'
confirmaUtion. Guards will be se-
lected on diplomacy, general
knowledge and physical attrib-
utes.


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.an shot before the Customs House Saturday night was said
beto be an artist called Edouard Allen... New York Timesman
I m Fminney left Thursday after a busmans holiday at the Oloffson.
disposed prior to departure ..that two of his -articles on Haiti
d appear in the Times this Weekend... The Leroy Efliotts of
co ..are leaving for a Tekaco vacation 'nedt week... Miguel
n late of Havana Cuba is making his home at the Riviera...
gm K. Wolfe staff writer of the Washbngton Post is expected
visit Haiti early September from the San Jose conference... The
ad py have a lovely baby girl. Both mother and child are
g fine at Canape Vert-Hospital... Al Sietz received a ,chic Du..
Ipt lighter from. the girls of La Belle Creole this past week when
took leave from his management post .to devote full; time .to
. ning Hotel Oloffson... Helina Celini lovely wife of the Riviera
manager is seeing Haiti... Unplugging of Miragoane Lake
&l en temporarily held ,up... "je suis l'homme le plus henrenx
'jnmnde" are the meaningful lyrics orchestra leader Raoul Gail-
s singing to the world this week. He has announced his
ega. e-Ito.e Viviane Philippi... Al Noustas returned 'to
and La -Bee Creole enterprises Wednesday after six months.
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,AT. THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
ue Boahft Grad-A $10.50 or 52.50 .Gdesa.
iue Bonnet Grade-- 8.59-or 42.50 Gdes.
tue BTmet: Grade--C 5.80 or 29.00 Gdes.
scoutof $.30 cents or 1.50 Gde. by 1001b sack on


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SEGGS (b. of 1 dozen) $.40 or 2 Gdes
cr FROM THE ODVA BARNYARDS
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: GRADE-A PRODUCTS
ATTRACTIVELY PACKAGED
BARGAIN PRICES


"HAITI SUN"


20 Pirates
Feid From
HOTEL RUE
DU CENTRE
"Liberation by the police of
the 20 pirates." So ran the head-
line in Le Matin Tuseday descri-
bing the activities of those ac-
cused of 7 committing pirac y
against the good ship "Marie
Marthe." -
The 20 people arrested in a
little sail boat in view of the
Cayemitte Island have been re-
leased according to the 'news-
paper. "They were embarked
onboard the motorboat Florida
by the police after having spent
two weeks at the Hotel Rue du
Centre.
, "These people were accused
by the Captain of the vessel that
beached on the island of -having
had-a hand in tfie looting of the
sinking vessel instead of help-
ing the victims of the flounder-
ing ship.
"The' police of the capital, aft-
er a detailed investigationu, came
to ,the conclusion that the arrest-
ed iurfotanates had stolen no-
thing q d-that the captain of
the. ship .had accused them fals-,
ely." -
When the. "Marie' Marthe"
imped into Port au Prince three
weeks ago the Captain maintain-
ed'. that he and some of his crew
:had valiantly fought off squads
of pirates- with bottles and. hard-
'ledi -- ampaiof cement. At. the
time the Captain insisted'- that
while he fought off the pirate
hordes some unknowns had made
off with the cargo.
Just how much of this is right
no one' knows but it is known
that,wfen, the ship crawled into
p6rt, there.was not one piece of
cargo left in her not even a
nail.



APPLICATIONS
POUR IN FOR
U.N. CONGO JOBS

Each morning during .the past
week-and-a-half the lobby of the
United .Nations, Port au Prince
has been filled to overflowing
with prospective radio operators,
radio technicians and security
guards for work with the U.N.
in the Congo.
Up to Friday this week over
500 male Haitians, aged between
23 and 45, had filled in applica-
tion forms which-will, if passed,
lead them to employ in the Con-
go or other African colonies as
employees of the United Nations.
Each applicant is required to
be personally interviewed hy U.
N. Chief in Haiti, Gerard Del-
mas and all applicants are to
be given a medical examination.
Jobless mechanics, engineers,
football players, detectives and,
in the main, men seeking em-.
ployment as soldiers, daily fill
the waiting room at U.N. head-
quarters on the Exposition
Grounds.
Dr. Charles Dambreville -me-
dical hygenist and specialist-
and Dr. Georges Nicolas of the
Public Health Department have
(Continued on page 17)


PAGk i


IN HAITI THIS WEK
(Omlnnd fro&m page 3) I
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all that makes Haiti so attractive, beautiful landscapes, art, nm"tc.J
Mr. Snyder who visited Hait last May with his wife had intp
viewed President Duvalier and his interview has been on the:.
at the ABC Radio. Frank and Arnold have met with the
of Coordinaion and Information, Mr Paul Blanchet and the Dit
or of the Commissariat National du Tourisme, Mr. Jean Jacques
honorat to arrange the different points of the .program. They w1l,
be joined at the Hotel Oloffson on August 30 by three other membl
ers of the crew, Darwin Deen, Albert Schuster and Robegt Donali
from the Telenews. They will come here with the phota
and sound equipment. The party will stay about six weeks in
Colonel Robert Hein], Jr. Chief of the U.S. Naval Mission :
Haiti and his vife has given a magnificent reception last ni
to announce the "fiancailles" of -their lovely daughter Iad.k^
with Mr John Burdick, of the CARE Foundation in Haiti. "i
.-Mss Lucy Logan Littel$ who owns an office of Real Estate
vestments in San Francisco spent three days at the .Oloffson
week. The tail blonde visitor has traveled a lot. She speaks Fe
beautifully... .e
Miss Anne Dauria is on her second trip here. A nursing instruR
or from Ohio, Miss Dauria made her first visit in Haiti thU
years ago.
--Misses Nanc) Bell and Dfane Seaman spent three days eheAlif
this week. They .ursed their travel agent who arranged so. ba4...
p -
their trip. Nancy is an Advertising Designer and Diane is a
relary for a steel Company in Philadelphia. Their next trip. WI
include only Haiti, they promised. OJoffson" Hotel was their
-.Orchid. Collector Horace Ashtpn greeted here -Saturday lat
Mr. Minter J. Westfall, Jr., Associate Professor of biological sci.p
ces and Entomology at the University of Florida,and his assist apt
Mr. Peter Drummond. Mr Westfall is writing the second voluxi.s'
of his bhok, on the Ononata of North America. He is climbing ntxW
in. company' with Horace and Peter Drummond some Mountais
rt Haiti to collect the damselflies. They included in their progr.it
a trip to La Visite in Li Selle mountains and in the hot mouptaj,"
between Jeremie--and Camp. Per'ri,' Horace who has lour hund d'
plants of orchids. in his beautiful horme'Villa Rosa, among wh-h.'
almost all of the thirty-seven species grown in Haiti will profit;...
of this trip to enrich his collection of orchids.
-LLdvely, teacher Jeannette Steele from New York City, arrived'
here last week in company with her mother', Mrs Merle Steel.
They got together with Misses Dorothy Bruckel and Eleanor Rog-".
ers and Engineer Clarence Binns to go to Cap Haitien to visit the-'
Citadel. Miss Steele has read tons. about the Citadel called 'the
8th Marvel of the World and had a biirining desire to visit it. The
dream of the charming- young teacher came true early this week.
'Merle and Jeannette were joined here by husband and father Os-.
wald Friday noon. They are current guests at Villa Creole.
.Clothing Agent Martin Isaacs from New York and wife Ann
and daughter Amy are back here again. The Isaacs are fervent
visitorss of Haiti. They are guests at the El Rancho. ,
.Charles Miller, a Sales Engineer from New York and his wife,
Am ya teacher are current guests at Hotel Choucoune. The make
their outing in company with Miss Edith Smith, a Secretary in.
the U.S. Government Department of Labor in Hollywood, California.
Miss Josephine Kandzior, a medical Secretary from Chicago and
Miss Genevieve Pawlack, also guests at Choucoune.
Miss Constance Dorothy Black, a teacher from Chicago and Mrs
Helen Ann Dugan, a legal Secretary arrived here Thursday for
three day sojourn at the Montana.
-Travel Agent Gerard P. Dunn. from Richmond, New York is..
!aying three days at the Ibo Lele.
Dr Charles C. Hunt and wife Dr. Pearl Hunt from New York
drived here Thursday with their daughters Patrice 9. and Joanne"
They are current guests at the Castelhaiti.
Miss Barbara J. Brown, group worker A, from Derolt, Michigap'r
guest of Emaon Gomail here.
-Charlie Schayne Head of the Hospital Sweepstakes has returned
from a Miami vacation. He was greeted by Mr. St. Louis Jeanty..,
Prominent Attorney-at-law Oscar Dittleton Chapman, appointed -
.wyer of the Haitian Govemunent in the U.S. was greeted here
.Lis. week by an officer of the Presidential Guard. He is current
guest at the ilWa Creole Hotel.
..Bella Desrue returned from a brief U.S. visit this week with
grand daughter Michele Lecontc and grand son Gabriel 3. children
.. Mr and Mrs Cinna Leconte.


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p PAGEZO "HAITI SUN"


SUNDAY AUGUST 21


Stormy Relationship Of T

(Continued from page 1) Then came 1'i attempt, in
veening years, from the grip of 1844, by Presid-nit .Riviere' He-
Haiti entangled with its strug- rard to copnquer the Spanish
gle for independence, third of the island. But he failed
Y Then in January of the year as did President Louis Pierrot
1805 the famous soldier Jean who gave orders to, invade the
'Jacques Dessalines, aided by the Spanish" section only to have his
top generals Christophe and Pe- army revolt and overthrow him.
,' tion together with 30,000 fighting
mep, -led a fruitless invasion on Emperor Fatistin Soulougue
.the Spanish held -section of the opened a campaign in 1849
island, fruitless because Dessa- against the Spanish and was vie-
lines had to return to crush p toriously moving deep into Do-
revolt at home. minican territory when word
Haiti's great fear, then, and came to him that his police chief
in the following years, was tha" Similien was conspiring against
: n attack' would be made by the him. Soulouque immediately ord-
colonial, powers of Spain and ered a retreat.
':-France through, the Haitian flankl
'from, what is now, the Dommini- In 1855 Sou'ouque's second
can Republic. campaign was crushed by the
In 1822, when. President Jean Dominican General Pedro Santa-
Pierre Boyed assumed power, na. Haitian President Fabre Ni-
LT'the 'Spanish speaking side of the cola-. Geffrard completely chan-
island voluntarily put themselv- ged his mind nbout invasion and
.,ed under his protection. Rule of did everything in his power to
'the, entire island,' for a period help rebellion against annexation
of 21 years, ended with Boyer's by Spain. In 1869 when President
o"..verthrow after 25 years' in the ,Sylvain Sainave fled for refuge
presidencyy' With Boyer's-over- in the Dominican Republic he-
,:throw.'. came anarchy and thet was handed back by the Domi-
Spanish side seceded by insur--nicaps and ,shot on the ruins of,
reaction. the palace in Port '.au Prince.



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through the sapphire crystal, .
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ON SALE AT MASON ORIENTALE;
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wo Neigqbori
. Official relations, glmring the
next ;80i years remained practic-
ally' n.oipd .witi anly. ,a little
frictiQon .=wgt,by..border skirm-
ishes over cattle which continued
for several years.
Relations were even cordial
when, in. 190, Haitian President
Hyppplite andR .Pesident Ulysse
Uereasx of ,the Dominican Repu-
blic met at Thomazeau, (in Hai-
Lian territory).,and spoke of the
frontier. friendship'and especiall-
ly a mutuall guarantee .against,
conspiracy and rebellions. Two
years, later, cape another en-
counter in the,Dominican Repzb-
lic.
Trujidlo's slaughter of tho"us-
".ids of Haitians, in the .year;
19:17, brought .on years of tpnuo
sion, s;; ,petion. fear. and-a clhoet:
border .
'..e OAS was broughtt' in tto
-ettle the 1949 dispute during je
Dimnarsais. Estime government
which accused the DominicAtns
of fermenting unrest in Haitid ,
It was in. 1935 that. the pres&n.t
f-ntior was established *by
sident Stenio Vincent and D0oVi-
nican Prisideit. Rafael Jeonilas
,Trvjillo..- The -Haitian. -Presidynt.
met Trujillo on the border 4nd
the DominicaA tuler came to
Port au Prince., '
"I would not like to e' a o-
phet. of disaster, but like'Cassn-',
dre the horizon Idoks to me dak-
ened bi ,'clouds. full of storm."
Thus stated Dr. Price Mars (as
a. tonclusion *to-his two volumes
on the Republics' of Haiti abnd'
the Dominican written with soqi-
brq words in 'Petionville in 1953.


PAOLA PACE,
LEAVES FOR N.YK.

Paola. Pace, the petit and 'pijet-
ly Italian idol of many of Port
au Prince's young men, left i4lti
on Friday to attend school in
New' c ., """ '. .'
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LA 'FREGATE i
S(Continuedfrom page -1)

Complete with .sailing ship .mo.
tive, a ''clinker built" bar, port
;holes and fish ,nets, La Fregate
is guaranteed to bring memories
to any old salt. 'To add' .to jthe
*atmosphere. manager Butch Ash-
'ton." intends, .in, the near futitre,
*hdlding sea' food' dishes to the
current :snack and light zneal,
;menu. ..

Open daily from 11am to "who
knows?" the night 'club, on the
Harry S. Truman' Boulevard
across forp the Casino Pier and
behind, the, Tonnelle, features mu.,
'sical entertainment per medium
of a trio of Haltian-musicians ind'
singers, etc. bdve been -forecast
by the ,management. .;


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Republics


Moyse At MAS
Stesses
)Kaiti's Fideity

The foUlowing is a sunmmnary of
Ithe -ewech -given .by Haiti's For,.
eign Minister, Mr Raymond R.
Moyse. on. the -differences -bet-.
ween. Veaezuela. and the Domlnir,
can Republic- dAring the general
debates at the opening .'of the
6th reunion of Foreign Ministers
held in an aJose,, Cbsta Rica.
Minister Raymond R. Moyse
opened his speech by naming
.CoLl i Ricti as the .".landr, of. elec,
.lion of' democracy .iJ Aherie4.,a'
He,omphasized that."'f tie Ne-'
g9.o.IIilj' i".began. to profiote'Paw
'Americanismn wh e n' 'Dessalihtes
'helped. Mirandoiiin 1806. 1his tra i
edition of. hel. wa,;. followed; by,
'Petion-.who. twice assitqd other,
American nations in' Iheir fight,
for independence --- mostly fo-'
lihvar in 1816'." "- -= ' -. r

"For us' particularly. tht 0bl -.
gation stipulated' by the .'chlarter.
to 'solve the conflip;t pbliges usP
to pronounce ourselvess betweenq,
iwo countriess, One of. thpse. is
the Domificain Republic next to
whom we vill have to liye lour
gebgiaphic destiny through lhist-'
dric 'vicissitudes of" all. kIdd 'and
in. spitlc'of them, 'in mas aiirnoniC
outs cnditions as possibja.
"Te'.,,.eober country"";- Vei
zuela6to 'lVo.m i aiti eelPs tied'
by a historical vocation of fra-
ternal frieridship." i '
- H ti'also ia *radiion of
hidetetible, -attacliempet -, t t the
OAS. "The fidelity 'to this Iradi-.
ion dictates her 'to., asso.iata;
lierself-to' any. cp.llective decision
of reinforcing the institutions;
and of strergtliening the Giorms
ofP positive right .which- 'goveirk
the relation witjlg the.Par Ame
riapj .qomrqiurity.
'"It, is in .tiis spirit that the;
Republic of Haiti, 'fully conscious
o, .the necessity ot taking i. its
responsibilities within, the -Organ.-
.ajion. '-f American, StAts, haq,
decided to take .into considers-
tion the said report based .on .
the facts established by the com-
mission and on the 'convictions to
wh)ch. .the. latter positively stat-
ed to hpve. arrived to. The Re-
pqblip- qf Haiti, ill '.thusstick to
li'e. onctuqipns of the 'said re-
h ,t '


U.S. SEVERS JDIPLON
(Continqed from page: )*'.-. ,
San Jose, Costa. Rica. At the
same time the Dpminican .Gov4I
ernme'nt: w,as requpdstid to -redall,
lfs' diplomatic nisqoln in te. Uni-
ted States.
"!It is expected .that Coniular
functions will be continued.
."A friendly, power- as been re-
quested to assume rep ibil.t


QOAS UNiTy ,
(Continud from l'"
-C
mic-social order, due toh'
redevelopment of the Latb.j
erican countries. :'
",It will be possible to!
to .it by the. r
reconsideration >nd,
nation 'of Pan Ane
without the inteerent e.
continental powers In h
al affairs of the is.ip
by the 'frienly '*ly qU .
confliots, what4~eiltel
may be, hlro1gh the
the OAS has."
The amen'day as Mii'i
se's -speech to; the"aL.1
the OAS a prmojecar 'g:
oogaid that must b-!"i. a
Jp A Pa.
gition "to 'the Co-'nsulLati
mrqin le d dr cNe d -


Urtguay, Peps, 1..'.ub
.aId Argentina. Th' p
'resolution' states tfatti
'&n6 -sitPa d

jrt. of iwe '6 pdlt0"A

Amnidcair copnetra'
stitutes a primary e
".ght .ihty. tii th r I
extremist dpQtr'is.'
'iest" .T e ,
,T9 "iqoolutorimg
She y&e il ne o~e f9
es' to. brng t e. P4
oL, 1oiltributwions. an efo
the ..ght agait' eco.pm
so iindeu-dv tlopmtt.


S (Cotinuromd page
,.At, .35.pi xt. F.idM.
et will' le reatedwithl "
dealwgdth ..fe'
eQnsi- b '.ho came up o f i
the.' "bsfi#iess ?rans ,to, iA
head. man of .,the*Boni ,A ,'
pa.n, a .chain of U.S. r'eatiR
Sand also founder .of Re


ye i tePr esnrWser al

re M1ciSX'IA

.tion of, thMt
on Harfy Tipui
Weesner has,' to i
5200,000 to. modir0 fi0
The interesting il
an p-tenew -M. we
A.he


IATiC RItLATTTC
for-Diplomatlc Represen
the, Uited, States in t
idon Republie."

Tie .Uhited-, Sttes is
dyqg what ,ecoqonc s"
should be, .talen againsti tI
minican RepaIlce inn
With the "litolui6n'pass
'Sa' Jose 'Meeting. ;'.:


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