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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
Duke University Libraries
Holding Location:
Duke University Libraries
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
ocm32441147
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID:
AA00015023:00277


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Sunday

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CE, I AITI Avenue Marie-Jeanne CITE DUM ARSAIS ESTIME Phone 2001 Vol XH Sunday Septi


ozic Mission T


U. S. Jets

Over City-
Not Dominican !
, Two low flying jets streaking
over Haiti this weekend swiftli
run up rumors thilt lir Domini-
qans were infiltrating Haitian air
pace. Each pass made by the
fast flying airirail attracted un-
divided attention and apprehen.
sion in Port an Prifier's streets
but hlie planes have bern inden-
tifeed as U.S. Nn3. owned and
operated.
The tuo jets are conducting
high Iiying prci4iian mapping,
pho!ograpliy over Haiti and are
(Contin ied on page 20)


Panama Line Pushing
isthmus Cruise

The special ti-Day round-trip
cruise hom Port au Prince to
Panama and return will short-
ly be. the object of a strong ad-
vertising and publicity push by
th.e Panama Steamship Line.,
The U S. Package Tour Oper-
ators, who are the wholesalers
of the travel industry, -rue being
utffered many inducements by
'Cntinued on page 15j


idniou. Seebe,-s, lup clas
ack of all trades', ha e a'r-
.,inI.aiti to attack the pro-
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CHAIRLES MOUQUIN


plem of badly llood'ed..Lake: Mr-
kagoane, according to the news-
paper Le Nouvelliste.

Captain Mi.i'arland ,jf the U.S.
Jy:,' and the Enguicering corps;
,f the U.S. Marines, is reported
have arrived here this wee&'
direct from W.ashington alone;
,'ilh Major Go-ies and several
q[ficers fIori the international'
known work battalion of See-
bces. Also rcplo ted ,ssistiih, ii
the problem of unplugging Iho


Table Leg And Peg
Factory Bearded


Ii.ifRtBlleaggggigri.'0my, eng-
incers from Panama.

AcLridhntl o 'I the ii iil. paper
Colon'Il Robert le Ien', Chicf of
ir N j.v';i Mf'1;'", n to Inaiti, v'e-nt
personall, I WaVahingLton to ex-
rorc Lth, *irg.. ncy ,,1"r,. L c'ar i'. t e
l.il. nr.3 at a ile.-! 0 tfcct
;,o1re rninii al r'd hlocknJ- the
tkCuniiiini l. 11 i page 21I


ICA GRANTS
Scholarships
To Haitians


Builder ,,,. i,,,...,, -i .,ria,,,i s ,,oec
gr'uitlted In UH;tiain pel .onnl'1
Awaiting tli] I iit'.ail hi're to i,, many' ttade anril care,
commence op'ratioiis of a '5,00 0 cndsL thiis' weenf by the ICA -
dollar table leg and peg factoi?, Inihtamelican CouperAnion Admi-
-"Caribbean Wood Mainutiacture. sni.:i'alion, Point IV.
S A."- is 26-.\ca-old Chalur l e s ,e picked. [or ihc av..ird,
Mouquin, a New York Industri- Iwl spend tile .'enr in. rather
atst. Puer to' Rieo n-: the' United State-.
An impressive 6 foot 2 inches, pr',onntl .othe t rural teachers
Mouquin sports a spade goatee ';,, have: been awarded 10
beard and being hornm French .c.o.arh.S, Agricultural Pro e.
descent and having made three ?or 2, oma Teachers 3,
voyages t o E u o p e, speaks 'tructOrs 7, ItIspectors ot rural
French fluentl,. The establish. school system 3. Technicians on
nent of a table leg and peg fac- Illustration of.,Educational Mat-
tory for the American market erial 1, Accountants 1, Civil En-
(Coatmued on page 20) (Continued on page 19)


Wi


v'.wnda Mtaximilien, the child virtuoso of the piano, recently re-
lurred to ihe home in Pourt au Prince alter 'extensiVe study anti
-oin-ierl work in the U.S. On September 16 she ti11l give a bcnefil
concert lor the Haitian Music Conseivatory at the French Institile.
(story on page 10).


-. A- -.


ri -i = : .sfnsB; *1 .Tabi-I'' .'I *:re.0 .
I^ JPRE AK. yOON -- Haiti'p F i .Mi,nister RAYMOND MOYSE, (earphones)
i|ahlii reitna.ko t ~p.osLR~ O.. meeting, Friday, that this country will
k real of .rclatioui ji jite Dor ilnicai, .,epulic.,Haiti, voted with 19 otherrlatin American na-
i r..n.io. nL ;graldingl.e severing of rela ions with the Trujillo controlled Republic. This
e nd ltrw tfiw t anigat, (earpb :.cs,) Lucieh Hibbbrttand O livis Kernizant. (see
I Ge story'.Nofig *. -




RGOANE Lake Unpluggig Cninues


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roimer Ih, 1960 o. larte yes-.















(erday to jotn other Latlu;Ae
ricn jdelegates"gathering todis.
For Haiti? os.




.-.Speakinr, 'rthilcnry at
Haiti's li'e-miue ltr itllcgaliton ..,
the forthcomeeting Heniipll b rie .a-








I.'s M.inister of Finance. Agri-
Economic Conferene,to be held ce
in Bogota, capital o Cean-Plombia
[rom September 5,. departed. yes-.. '
merday to jofn other Latifn Almer .
rican delegates gathering to dis. .'*'
cu.'t the "social development" f
of uncihir rof tpeclie nal Banks. nd.
.SpeaRir"g*6lo',' this' 'ctnitry at .
the Bogota' meeting ,will be.la- I ,
li's Minister of eFnannce. Ari-
culture and_ Natural Resources,..A
Gerard Phihppeaux, Commerce ..^
and Industry Minister, Dr. Her-
\'e Boyer, LeburA' Jean-Pierre, a ;
member of the Administrative .
Council of the National Bank and .'
Clovis Desinor, ox-Minister o
Commerce and Industry, and Mr
Lucien Hibbert.
Acting U.S. Secretary 'of State
and the man heading the Ame-
rican delegation to the Hemisphe- .
ric Economic Conference, Dou-
glas Dillon, has urged plans for
a "positive and ,productive att-
ack' on the problems'"bf social
de elopmerit in La'ti-n America
and has- avidly supported the
Eisenhower Administration's re-
quest for four amendments to
the mutual security act.
(Continued on page 9)


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PH TS At,


r AS RECOUNTED

BY

AUBELIN JOLICOEUR





: InHaiti This Week

-Bonita Sylvia Perez, 16 flew down from Penn. High school this
week to spend fifteen days with Daddy and Mommie, the Carlos
Perez of the Haitian American Mr-at and Provisions Company....
..Tony Shindler was called hero this week for jumping entirely
Into El Rancho's swimming pool to the rescue of the Dr. and Mrs
Raymond Borno's children...
..Jacques Bigio of the Versailles Shop fle.v to Puerto Rico this
week. He will stay tio weeks there and New York on pre-season
vacation....
..Mollie Greenberg, an Executive in Real Estate in Atlanta Geor-
gia arrived here Wednesday with daughter Arlene 22: Mollie is
a Lieutenant Colonel, Aide de Camp in the Staff of the Governor
of Georgia. Arlene who is studying Real Estate and business law
just completed a year of study at Columbia University. She re-
counted that she and her mother are both Deputy sheriffs in Atl-
anta. They stayed at the Villa Creole...
--Mlises Arlyne Brown and Antoinette Perry of the North East
Airlines in Boston spent a few days here this week at the El Rancho.
---Dr. Seymour Holzman, a Psychologist from New York announces
his arrival for next week. Dr. Holzman will arrive here with a
recommendation from Mrs Ivan Goldbcrg, formerly Judy/ Ro s....
..Mr and Mrs Marvin E. Eisenstadt from Brooklyn, N.Y. who
spent their honeymoon here last year announced to their Haitian
, friends the birth of their first child on August 18. The boy who
. weighed in at birth 716 10oz. was called Jeffrey Richard Eisenstadl.
..Misses Alice PheTan, a Secretary from St. Joseph, AIM and Jean
Weber, a Medical Technician from Kansas City, Mo spent a few
days at the Hotel Choucoune this week ..
..Lovely and amiable Therese Marie Noustas. daughter of Mr and
Mis Elias A. Noustas of the Haitian American and Trade, La
Belle Creole and Le Pei-choir, will marry Ivan Aurel Kovacs. son
of Mr and Mrs Antal Ivan Kovacs from New York and Budapest.
The.ceremony will be celebrated on Saturday the fifteen of October
at 1i o'clock in the Chapel of Our Lady of the St. Patrick's Cathe-
dral, New York City.
..*Mrs Elias Talamas and her son Elias Jr. returned Saturday
froth a few weeks in Miami...
..Call Widmaier returned home .with his French wife arid a 7
m morii chilfl Stejhahe. He has spent five years in Europe where
hegot miarrid b.otit two years ago. The Widmaier family is here
for only a plior. visit...
-... -Young eligible infdustkialist Axel Madsen returned from three
months visiting Eurotfan beaches in view of promoting a tourist
resort in Raymndk s-Bains, known as one of the most beautiful
beadlies of this Islad...
M-IV. .Phili" P. Wthft Minister Counsellor and Charge d'AffaiL
re at the U.S. Elbtassy in Port au Prince and his wife greeted
Sunday their handsome son Pllfip Durel, 21 of the U.S. Reserve
Officer C6r*sa- a s:atAt of-the Texas ANM. He is staying ten'
days here with his phft;..

-. Mrs Doris MancLe of the Hotel Splendid flew to New York last
Sunday with thiee of her children Jerry, Carol and Richard. She
took them to school in the U.S.--
..The General Director of 'the Commissariat National du Tourisme,
Mr. Jean Jacques Honorit flew to New York last Sunday to atTend;
a Meeting of the Executve Committee of the Caribbean Tourist'
A.sotiation of wfich he is Vice-President....
Sculptor Patricia Va Ingen from New York arrived here this
Sweek c-for a 7 day visit. She shared her lodgings between El Rancho
S--d Kyona Odech She does welding works...
r-Dr Guillermo Samane of the World Health Organization is cur-
r nt guest at the DOUX SEJOUR Hotel in Petionville...
Miss -Marie Helene Fisher is introducing her schoolmate Miss
Catherine Lieman of New York Manhattanville College to the Hai-
tian "jole de vivre" before they both go back to school in two weeks.
;:- -.


Charles E. Le Genissel New French

Ambassador


Mr. Charles Edouard Le Ge-
nissel, the new French Ambass-
ador to Haiti, presented his let-
ters of credence to the President
of the Republic, Dr. Franco -
Duvalier, at the National Palace
Friday at 10:30am.

Born in France on December
23, 1905, Ambassador Le Genis-
sel is a qualified lawyer and a
graduate of Superior Law Stud-
ies at the Ecole des Sciences Po-
litiques. He began his diplomatic
career as tie French vice-con-
bu- in New York, from 1930-1934,
and then returned to France as
an attache of the Central Admi-
nistration in 1934 and for a per-
iod of one year.

In 1935 Ambassador Le Genis-
sol was appointed as third sec-
rdtary in Brazil, a position he
held until 1942 when he was ap-
pointed to C o n s ul General for
France in Panama. He then be-
came Chief of Service and Un-
der-Director at Quai d' 0 r s a y,
(the French Foreign Office,)
frbn 1943-46.

From 1946 to the date of his
Haitian appointment the Ambas-
sador was the second counseil-
ler in Mexioo, First Conseiller
in Rio de Janeiro and Consul
General in Monaco. Mr. Le Ge-
rtissel holds the Legion of Honor
with the rank of Officer.


Mr Charles Edouard Le Genissel, the new French A
to Haiti, presented his letters of credence to Dr. Fraqcol
er at the National Palace Friday, 10:30am. The French Ambal
.'dor is a qualified Lawyer and has been in the Foreign Smr
nee 1930. Also presenting his letters of credence on Friday w
the Ambassador of Liberia, Mr. William B. Fernandez.


Mrs Carolyn Seefeldt, head of the Social Service at Northville
State Hospital in Northville, Michigan and also a very active Public
Relations worker for Haiti in Michigan announced that Roger Ma-
lire Constant, Executive Director of the American-Haitian Found-
*tion went to Detroit two weeks ago to form a Detroit Chapter of
.'e Foundation whose main office is in New York City.

At a meeting on the evening of August 11 at the Detroit Veterans
Memorial Building, Mr. Constant was the principal speaker. He
as introduced by Father Dumont Morisseau, formerly of Port au
Prince. After his speech, Mr. Constant showed the color movie,
"Heart, beat of Haiti" which depicts the work of the Episcopal
Mission and also points up the health problems and other unmet
needs of the Country. The next day, a reception held in the Scefeldts
home in Livonia gave prospective members an opportunity to meet
Roger. Magloire Constant and hear more about the Foundation...

The Seefeldts put their guests in an atmosphere of real Haitian
"joie de vivre' with music from Haitian records. And everybody
had a great time. Guests in the party included Reverend and Mrs
Dumont Morisseau, Reverend and Mrs. Henri Stines, both couples
formerly of Port au Prince. Mr Raoul Giles, Joseph Namphy of
Port au Prince, one of the adopted children of the Seefeldts who is
attending the University of Detroit; Mr and Mrs James Watts'
trends of Jo-Jo Namphy, who gave a party for Mr. Constant on
\ugust 13; Mr E. John Kuhn, a Detroit High School teacher; Dr
Ramon Migodzinski, a Detroit Psychiatrist; Mr Solomon Goldfarb
and his wife, Mrs Ella Elfer, Miss Barbara Fielding, well-known
SHaiti and now working for American Airlines.
Mr and Mrs Seefeldt think that the American-Haitian Foundation
offers both Haitians and Americans an opportunity to work togeth-
er, on a non political, non sectarian, non commercial, non profit
.sis. Haitians and Americans as friends can work toward a goal
uch is to, foster private enterprise in Haiti, by helping unsldled
'pie acquire skills that will help the Haitians and their Country..
Dr Nathan S. Kline, one of the leading Psychiatrist in the U.S.
.,d one of the Founders of the Hopital Psychiatrique de Port ani
.-ince arrived here this week in company with Dr. Heinz E. Leh.
mann, also a Psychiatrist of note in the U.S. and Canada, a Pro-
*ssor of Psychiatry at McGill University in Montreal. Thi.\ are
(Continued on page 20)


HAITIAN ARMY CADETS
RETURN FROM U.S.
The contingent of Haitian Arn
cadets who have been receivit
intensified training in QuantiH
Va., during the past six w6
returned by plane to Haiti U"
terday afternoon. '
Numbering 44 personnel,
cadets six week tour amounted
to a modified version of the
r i n e s Senior platoon Lead.e
Class program. Under the ing
ediate command of Lt. John Gdi
nalds, a West Point graduate, t'
c a d e t s were accompanied 4
theft training. tour- by-.
of [hI faitian Armed Fo
Marine Officers from- tl
Naval Mission to Haiti.
The course for the. ca
conducted in prepa r a t
their commissioning.. as,..
in the Haitian Army.
GENERAL AN NION
KEURMEAU
RO TODAY -
Haiti's Ambassaairft
Italy General Antono-nia'..
bureau departs for his
ending a six week vacate
his family here.
General Kebreau is t?'u
er Junta President.


STEPHEN -

M. 'V. HIAu
PERSBBONALLY S
LOADING AND -
SERVE HAITI AND,
fortimightly sallngs
Miami- Port an Princee
MIAMI ADpRESS:
.elephahe: Bighlnd l
Franklin 9-7228


Sunday September 4th,


PAGE 2


"HAITI SUN"








%epitenmber 4th; 1960


rize For Best September 22 Hymn



,first M rie ol 300 dollars is to The meeting produced the foil-'
ered nati6ohl 'hymn owing nMtlcd: 'The organizing
e utili during the festi- committee of the fetivities of
e.being arranged tte 22nd 'of September, 1960,
i" 6 thq' hilil' wish'to have An Appropriaie ex-
Itfie' 'dle yon 'of ssive'y mn. All artists of the
ent 'Fi' ho 'Dois'DuIvll"i R public a6re advised that a con-
W' 6"of1 BoUtlv-i tept'(for both music and words,)
S'Dessalines." open.'


S1"HAITI SUN"


British Flag Offered For Sale

Here As Ordinary Material


With a square of Union Jack.
attached, this letter was sent to
a Port au Prince fabrics merch-
ant last week by a British firm
offering "the very keen price of
led per yard" for British flag
tnin-lnl %kieh- lhhthnJ hnd d nil-


el


rags in this country,/ The mer-'
chant who received the British
offer is not going to take any
, of the flags "the price would
make it too expensive," he said.


i-," ,w, ., mUer Ik eyV au avai'-
'~' 6dnc 'Mondy "I *lJA,'entries fi this 'ompetilion able "In very large quantities."
.ii'lentig of t ltd 'r'st' be 'd
ht ig of ie st be'presdnteod tler than The English firm offering the
nittee g the festi- Sqt'ember 10th at' 2nil' to Mr. sale of the flag slated that they
i ber 22 'whichli Jeni D'eeb at the Hotel de Ville. had read of the interest in flag
e~ bA6lof theClty ze 6f $300"itvUll be given to material in Haiti in the "Time"
'ie i tdisctiss6d' the' c66poi;e 'of 'othe selected magazine. This story of course
bclzltd '1'brites't ohrio d A suhi of $200 will be was one of the many written
ae tio ja of a riagiven' foi the music iand $100 following the' furoi in the U.S.
a 1dWb hafaIcteir. for the wvords. over the sale of U.S. flags for



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DISCOVER THE FASCINATION
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


.3.1:3': 22 .,i I .* 1..*-


* M I Aukl 4


GERMAN DEPUTIES S
.IN HAITI^\aIrgi .'-;:
ENROUTS ..

Enrout- to atnd~lhe ,150th a2i
niversary of Mexico are two-Gbr
man Deputies .of the.GerrMn;'.- p
derail Parliament who arrzjd!I:.
Haiti on an official vitit TUe'.ay
afternoon. ,.
: The two officials are, Mr. minz.,
Kuhn, Vice-President of the Sp-'.
cial Democratic and Mr. Joseph .,
Rosing, Parliamentary Director
of the Democratic-Christian Un? -
ion. The visitors were welcomed";-
to Haiti at the airport- by. the..'s
German Minister in Haiti, Mr.
Kurt Luedde Neurath and Chan-,
celier Max Bausenhart. ..
Guests during their stay at the
Hotel Montana, the German offi'--
cials were the guests of;IhoiortiJ':
at a dinner offered on Wednes,-0.'
day evening at the German. Le.',-
gation, Bourdon. Park. On Thuts-, ,
day night the German Depuflties ::.
met with a number of Haitian
students who l'ave studied A ,
Germany on scholarships. ,This .,''!|
reception w a s, tendered .tat. the.,r. Ri
home of Mr and Mrs Bausenhart., ,,
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USOM-HAITI OFFICIAl. EXPECTING
BRIDE TO |OIN HIM IN
ARTIBONITE VALLEY POST
George L. Moore,- Sr., ICA
Area Business Manager at O -.
VA. will be joined here early in
September by lus lovely brinetto
bride, the former Eileen L.orm.i- -
no Hebert, of Fall R;ver, Mass.
Mr. Moore who. arrived in.flai-:
ti on Januaiy.9th.from his ;ost
as Deputy Comptroller for ihe
International Cooperation Associ-
ation in Djarkata has been wili
the organization for six years.
He had previously served with
ICA at Saigon.
Mrs. Eileen Lorraine Moore
has-been the Librarian in theUJ. GEORGE L. lOORE
S. Department of Justice fcr rhe
past sixteen years. She has al-
ready visited Haiti and saw the
Artibonite Valley and is ve ry ....i.
fond. of the country.
The couple were married in a ; Z
small private ceremony on Au- '
gust 3rd at Leesburg, Virginia ".
while the ICA official was in the
U.S. on a short business trip "
Mrs Moore after winding up a
brilliant career in Washington, %',.. A
will follow her husband shortly 9-,. ", .
and the couple will be at home LL"
in Pont Sonde.
Ronda and Georges L. Mouore,
Junior his children by a former
marriage, visited their father
here in June at his residence in
Deschapelles. Ronda accompani-
ed her father on his recent trip
to the States, and Junior, an 11-
year-old will remain in Haiti and and bride EILEEN LORRAIJ
attend school here.







PAGE 4 "HAITI SUN" Sunday September. 4thi

Sn er Commi.ttee; -suggested by At- nake a success of the fortbcom- nent. The C hi lean
J' gentina,. would -lend 7'as.ance' iug mieting, te-' o-" ittS.e stressed that: it io@p
L /_L .Eft n to any nation which might wish of 21," to be held in Bogota, Co- to cut into the level of
'. .to :align-its form of government Ilmbia, beginning September 5. ments necessary to the p erve
t. CY with the principles of representa- (This committee of economic spe- tion of internal order, theefi
| /I O S tive democracy set forth in the cjalists of the .American Repu- se of territorial integri a
basic documents of the Organi- blics is charged with formulating the demands of *ontirenti
.... zation of American States. The new measures for economic co- ease. .
4 San Jose, Aug. 31.-Ten reso- encourage democratic gov er n- idea behind what might son.id operation under ."Operation Pan .
lutions bearing on political and ment in the hemisphere through like a vague statement of pur- America," a general statement The Ministers voted.
economic matters came out of the efforts of the OAS member. pose .is to help any nation which on the need for development mit the Chilean resolution to
the just-concluded seventh meet- The first of these creates an ad has overthrown a dictatorial go- made by BraiUian President Jus- Council of .the OAS, recommenA
ing of consultation of American hoc committee to lend its good of- vernmenr, for example,, to rede- celino Kubitschek in 1958.) An- ing that it continue to .co'
,:4-Foreign Ministers here. By far fices for the settlement of con- sign i t s governmental system, other of these economic resolu- the necessary meas. e .fo
the most important action of the troversies between Am'erican Go- T h is committee could function lions calls for the establishment cony o c a t ion of sa 'spea
Ministers was the "Declaration vernments at the request of the when and if the Dominican and of an Inter-American Organizat- meeting to take action poUarrn'
of San Jose," which condemns governments directly involved. Cuban governments, took to heart ion for economic cooperation, limitations in the Arnegeas
.'; Sino-Soviet intervention in hem- This committee, had it been in the disapproval .of the other The Ministers voted here in
sphere affairs, declares that any operation be f o. r e now, might American republics about their San Jose .to refer the draft-re- A. strong resolution for i
American Nation which accepts have mediated the Venezuelan- denial of representative govern- solution on this matter to. the ing the hemisphere .aganst,:nlei
extra-continental intervention je- Dominican Republic di s put e ment to their respective peoples Committee 21 or further consi- national communism-ws t
opardizes American solid r ity which led to the Sixth Meeting .and called on. their fellow Ame- deration. Under a third resolu- ted by Argentina andref
'and security, and reaffirms the of Consultation and to the sanc- rican Nations to, assist them in tion on economic matters., The by the Foreign Ministers .toth
,. American Republics' faith in the tions the other OAS, member Stat- achieving freely, elected govern- Foreign Ministers referred to the OAS Council. The. Argentine A'
rt Inter-American system. This de- es imposed on the Dominican Re- ment. It could also function if, Committee of 21 the draft resolu- solution calls for a speciaiiA
claration, designed to keep Cuba public that the idea behind this ad after a revolution, a nation- call- tions presented by the delegati- conference -of Plenipot entiadr
,within the disciplines of the Or- hoc.- Committee is the settlement ed on it fbr such assistano.eeThis ons of Bolivia, the United States, the purpose of dr
organization of American States, of .differences between the Unit- cornimittep~-Hag.or.e._t ere- A .io.ta .a.d.,raffSg a T
f-.was approved by a vote of 19 ed States and Cuba before the ated; :the-irp er ub- ca1 or eiD '.o 'c co- thirmie the'l
.to. 0, Cuba walking out of the situation reaches untenable pro- mitted the draft resolution on it operation in general terms. Chi- States participating in thest
meeting just beforethe vote, (the portions. tb the Council of the, OAS for, its le's proposal -.S9r a, specialized gle -against communism and 'thei
EDoaminican Republic delegation Representatives of six Nations study. confeiidrice "oil thlithitationh and methods'best suitd for theree,.
'-hai.- Walked out of the meeting -Venezuela, Mexico, Brazil, Co- A raf resolution regarding balance of armaments also has vention and eradication ot ;the
0,t-consultation thd week before lombia, Chile, and Costa Rica- electoral procedures submit ted economic unde"nes. The propo- communist movement in the
..did-not attend the Seventh Meet- will make up this special Comm- sal is that the' American Repub- misphere. The resolution asks that
iang.) ittee. The Committee could be i This reso-, on lies reach a-r'aembit oth the the-specialized conference cleai
r. 'Th-i. 'tler resolutions reflect come a permanent organ of th a u governments avoidance of.-ecessive, spending ate, if it deems it necessary, an..:
the Foreign ministers desire to OAS, such as the Inter-American the hemisphere to study their for unneces ary rms : order Inter-American specialized Orga
settle intra-continental disputes Peace Committee and the newly respective that mooie flindsomiay become nization, a, sort of heri m phpu "e
li.tpeacefully within the framework created Inter-Amer'cai Comrnis- available for economic-develop- force, for fighting commamisdp ,
of the Regional system and to sion on Human Rights. The oth- that may be required to prove -
.. them. It urges the Inter-Ameri-
0 #0000 0---4 0*0 canCommission on Human rm a
Rights with the responsibility. 6f 1 Sland o Beach'
Smalking a study of methods 'for
SIim'proving the electoral process, THIR I TES FROM PORT-AU-PRNCE
Including means for providing
.I..' technical advice and assistance I ENTRY (INCLUDING ,RQUND-TRIP
ti a to governments at their reqf B .RR S POR ION)
o. the perfection of democ,. '. B NS ON
'y'', < whitee Cake electoral procedures and for pro- ILDREN 50 CENTS
F e sti.. v a l' *v-iding impartial observers at na- IV DR ROOMS :AC
D iopal and local elections at the '-'.- AT DR BE -R ",.;
IGREDIENTS: request of the governments con- EBEACH
ce ed. 3 ARES AURANT AND SNACK B
2 and a half cups sifted FESTIVAL flour This resolution .is aimed at ma : WAT SKIING ,
4 king democracy work more KN-DV'IiG
Add 4 egg whites unbeaten smpothly in the American Repu- "O L
4 blbts through the peoples right -" 2:N "
_. 4 ,.to ja free and secret ballot. COMPLETELY EOUIPPED BEACH
1 1tea 0q .tl- Salt ,Brazil's resolution calling for ... .
.. a protocol on economic issistari- C TTAGES FOR IGHT
3 Sat a half teaspoonful baking powder ce to be added -to'the Tnter-Ame-
i, rican Treaty of reciprocal .assist- OR WEEKLY SI T
. .. mance, commonly known as the W KLY
1 da hal cup sugar 4Rio Treaty, was 1 referred to the
-= Council of the OAS. 'The Council SPECIAL' SUMMER RATE IN EFFECT
three quarters cup milk is entrusted with the reioibnsibi- '
S:' "-"lity of consulting with the OAS $6 SINGLE $10 DOUBL
half a cutp..shortening member nations on what econo-
a mic measures shduid be 'added -
-4 to the treaty. The' o ljec :-of .his' Caciqe Island Io
S- Mix- 800 strokes by hand or 2 minutes in mixer )protocol would be to make more '
Atat. meium Sped. explicit' the obligations of 'rcnb-' (SAMIS OWNERSH, P AS HOTEL AGER
& i ^ mi c cooperation- between OAS PAUL NANCTY B : '
4- .member nations, .just..as their .. ..
hel. i )- political and. militar-> obligations .
.a '- Eare already spelled out. Three ... ,.
other resolutions app r o ve by e -, --'
1 teaspoonful vanilla .,the Foreign 'Ministers deal with
b n. .economic matters. -- ..'' t .,
Mix again 300 strokes by hand or 2 minutes in One is a,general statement of Wt N
fer a imi speed. the need for greatfer= economic :'1
4 development in order to achieve: 1 I
4 political stability in the Ameri- / .
Pour batter into 2 8" ayer pans. 4 cas. It recommends to the OAS
4 member goveranxeq4s that, they f
) Bake 30 minutes at.350 degrees F. make a-maxKmu..effort ,in-
SFrost with your choice of frostenings. sure hemisphere cooperation in
Mtle struggle against- :economic
1' 4tunderdevelopment. It :further re- -
Scommends 'that the. governments
pledge their maximum efforts to -
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ai Sunday September 4th, 1960 "HAITI SUN" VAuIii i,:,


HAITI SUN
THE HAITIAN ENGLI LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER
r.,! Community Weekly Published Sunday Morning
r.i. Fdltor-Publisher BERNARD DIEDERICII
Gerant-Responsable MAUCLAIB LABISSIEBE
MEMBER OF THE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN.
ESTABLISHED IN 19B

BEAUTIFYING COMMITTEE
FOR BOULEVARD DESSALINES
'., Boulevard Jean-Jacques Dessalines, formerly known
,;.aa,;the Grand Rue, the 'Capital's main arterial roadway,
i.,p is being pushed tu completion in time for the 3rd anni-
versary of the election of President Dr. Francois Du-
v.alier on September 22.
In.lie with the drive towards completion of the Bou-
ievird's renovating, the special Festivities Committee
i..ed 'by Port au Prinke's Mayor Jean Deeb is accelerat-
.' ing its organizing and arrangements for the September
2' 2 cdldbrations. Mayor Deeb has called on .the citizens'
-'wiu4'porit to make the wide, concrete thoroughfare, al-
,' ready a' tribute to Haitian teohniciains, laborers ami
financing, the "mbft beautiful Boulevard in the World."
o Businessmen and home. owners on the Boulevard
irf have been 'asked to renovate -aand paint their establislh-
'. e its and houses to further higihlight 'the Boulevard
i a place off larchitedtural beauty. It is to be hoped
StaJt the chaztning land picturesque ardhitedture paTti-
,tulr'- t'to Haiti is preserved 'atd not eliminated or 'adult-
,n's-"'e ated by the so-called Crilbbean modern block con-

s One way of ensuring the preservation of Jean-Jac-
oi. ues Desalin l' Hatian ardhiteudte would be to ap-
Spoint a supervising and advisory Beautifying Commit-
,..ce to kedp a wlUhlftdl eye on the dhlanges 'and altera-
ns to 'be made and even, perhaps, draft specific plans
if struotutral changes aid exterior decorating that
would keep in mind he otulture so rich in Haiti's edi-
ic. ces.
.- While it will be fine to have a wide Boulevard-spark-
: "ig with 'neon lights e1t., it would be nothing Ahort of
tragic to do away with the quaint and eye catching
1,uildings that in the pat have attracted the attention
*sf vitors and residents alike. Tt is haped that Boule-
vaitd Jean-Jacques Dessalines will continue to upkeep
H 4laiti's traditionn of beauty.


oLe Picardie #

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In Petionville


SNAILS ONION SOUP

FISH LOBSTER OR CONCH

AU GRATIN


FRENCH ESCALOPES 4

PEPPER STEAK

FRENCH BREAD FRENCH WINE


t .MRS. GERARD BALTHAZAR, MANAGER. 4

MR E. GERARD BALTHAZAR, MiANAGER.
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MESSAGE OF THANKS FROM
FATHER RIOU
A message of thanks for art-
cles and m6'ntary contributions
received by the "Haiti Sun" and
passed on to Ile de la Tortue,
was given by Father Roger Riou
in a letter to this newspaper dat-
?d August 22, 1960.
Father Riou, in making his
.hanks, expressed his gratitude
to the tourist who gave 90 dol-
lars 'towards supple m en ti n g
funds being sollicited by the lo-
cal press to build an annex to
the hospital at Notre Dame des
Palmistes.
In his letter the Father stated
that although the personnel of
the hospital is composed of
French and Swiss, the whole
operation subsists through t h e
generosity of the American ..
The two doctors are supposed to
have a vacation e ve ry there?
years but such has been the pace
of work they have now worked
for five years without a break.
The tremendous amount of
work on Turtle Island is not the
only vacation preventative; in-
sufficient funds exist to pay fur


the doctors' trip
one to replace th
take a vacation.
To illustrate hi
poor the island p
Riou cited in hi
"Haiti Sun" tha
in the church usi
de; since the dig
it has reached
doctors and 7 nu
on this.


Crys Of "Stop Thief"
Detective Shoots Youth
"Unrn 'mnlmr -t" c thi n f -t;rna of A Bnnhommeo-


F.W'rAVT4- LETTERS,
fo 1 V,411
ial -
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ATTENTION


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and there is no YOU WILL FIND SUPERIOR QUALITY BLUE_'
em should they BONNET RICE EVERY DAY .
ow incred i b y A HIGHLY VITAMINED RICE
parish is Father SOLD BY SACK OF 100 POUNDS
is letter to the AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
t the collection
tpensary 1goed Blue Bonnet Grade-A $10.50 or 52.50 Gdes,
6 gourdes. Two Blue Bonnet Grade-B 8.69 or 42.50 Gdeas. :
rses cannot live Blue Bonnet Grade-C 5.80 or 29.00 Gdes. .1
Discount of $.30 cents or 1.50 Gde. by 1001b sack- o
any purchase made directly from the Rice Mill at DEF
r -. SEAUX (Artibonite Valley).
Discount of 4 per cent on purchases of 20 sacks o-0
more of rice.

TO BUY ODVA RICE IS TO BUY -
HAITIAN PRODUCED RICE j
TO BUY HAITIAN PRODUCTS IS TO
HELP DIRECTLY IN STABILIZING
-THE ECONOMY OF THE COUNTRY :


NOW YOU CAN BUY "'

HIGH GRADE FRESH EGGS

V ,] FROM IMPORTED DUCKS
:. ,
- Airt AND CHICKENS
CORNER, RUE DU CENTRE AND RUE DES CESARS
PORT-AU-PRINCE

DUCK EGGS (boxes of one dozen) $.40 or 2 Gdes '
CHICKEN EGGS (b. of 1 dozen) '- $.40 or 2 (Gdes i

,,. : DIRECT FROM THE ODVA BARNYARDS'
^ .tL. A "t, '-


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Declared inoffensive by the
LI.S. Dept. Of Public Health
WASHINGTON, D.C.
Order through Mascotte Scotte
WORKSHOP


IN THE ARTIBONITE VALLEY


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BARGAIN PRICES


i-i Sunmday September 4th, 1960


rra voyeur --S op I, Sor eOf .A............
was the cry set up in the busy \ When the vendor's cry set-f
mid-m o r n i n g downtown area a chain reaction of "bare
near Place Geffrard. The cry lent" the youth ran away and
served sufficient impact to cause detective on duty in the areaiJ
a detective 'o unholster his re- the time gave chase and wing
volver, give chase, and bring a the boy with a bullet which 4r
youth down by shooting him in ped him to the pavement,
the thigh, caused great animation in .tl
An individual, believed to be shopping district.
a ring vendor, doing business on The "thief" was taken ,to li
a street corner Wednesday morn- pital and the man who put
ing set up the hue and cry when the cry was also taken into ce
lie accused a lad of stealing a ody following a great deal of .i
ring, according- to witne ss e e s cussion as to whether the wouni
-.ho saw the wounded lad fall to ed youth had actually committi
the ground before the hardware .theft. "'


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Washington Press CommE


Over Haitian Militia


,.'! Written by Henry Raymont, "he form Fern D. Baguidy. Minister
"following article, published in the Counselor of the Embassy of
,Washington Daily News, August Ilairi. in a letter addressed to the
".12, under the headline "Shades Editar of "Daily News" dated
of Castro in Haiti, Militia Strut-- August 2C and which h is reprodu-i
'for Duvalier," aroused inuI I ced below following the Raymoni
comment and drew a swift ieply ittorv.


Militia Struts For Duvalier


by HENRY RAYMONT
Port au Prince, Aug. 13 (UlPII
'-The sudden emergence in Haili
o'of a uniformed civilian nliti-A.
resembling Cuban Premier Fi-
del Castro's peoples army has
'touched off new fears over the
country's political future.
. The unveiling of the new fcrce
.wearing I i g h t blue shirts and
.blue jeans coincided with reports
''hat pro-Castro elements were
r.ioving into key positions in ti-e
k.*government of President Fian-
,cots .aljer.
.Mr u #alier hims., presided:
'qAver /te 'itttle-noticed 'ceremony.
lastw,.ewk rnking the 'first pi-
cappeara ce of the, well-dril-


BED IRM BANDS

.More than" -500 x.rflercarrmin,-
-'ie nand women, mostly -in their
twenties, marched .past, the pres-
idept raising third right arm in
.a fascist-like i slidte! They w)re
t-ied 'arm bands.
Officials later explained it was
a'a old Roman salute" used also
- i.Olympic games.
YThe parade climaxed an hour-
dJIg drill in' fro t of the presi;


were interpreted as a dlelib'rate
warning to possible plotters ii-
sid-e and outside the country..

FOLLOWS ARREST
The first public appearance of
the militia followed by 10 days
the unexplained arrest of Cerm-
ent Barbot, Mr. Duvalier's priv-
ate secretary and former secret
police -chief -

Diplomatic observers Ii n kI e d
-Ir Barbot's removal: to three ar-w-
ing -.influence of leftwing elerm-
er.ts in the govc-rnment. They
contefided he was disliked lie-
cause of his close connections
witi forrfier U. S. Ambassadtlor
Gerald "Drew.

But iniorrnii *.- r..ueii solu'-
ccs flatly denied this version
'without, however offering an of-
ficialiexplanation of the incident.
They hinted Mr.' Barbot was 'plut-
ntmg to overtluow Mr. Duvalier
with the help of Dominicar. ag-
ents.


OFFRE D'EIlPLOI


SU N" Sunday September 4th, 19QQ*



eknts F AFTER LONG PRISON WAIT X


Letters To The'News'
HAITI HATES
TOTALITARIANISM
To those who know the history
of Haiti. the second oldest Repu-
blic in the Western Hemisphere
which fought for the liberation of
other American countries, Henry
Raymont's A u g us t 12 article.
"Shades of Castro in Haiti--Mi-
litia Struts for Duvalier," must
appear amusing.
Mr Raymont's story would
have readers belive that pro-C3s-
iro and left-wing elements ai'
in key positions in the Duvalier
administration. Nothing could be
further from the truth.
Haiti is violently opposed to
any form of tolitarianism and the
Haitian people,, like the Ameri-
can people, have high aspiration
for social justice and better Iv'-
ing conditions.
On the other hand, it is the
President's duty to protect the
security of his people. ,ovln if
it becomes necessary to organi-
ze a militia, with the co-operat-
ive efforts of the Arm:,', to &o
tuff any invasion front abroad
by those fascists who wish to
use Haitian soil for subversive
activities.
Mr. Raymont could have jeen
more object ve and certainly
more helpful by describing the
true picture of the Haitian situa-
tion, which is grave indeed,,and
by supporting those who 'strongly
advocate substantial, econro m i c
aid to Haiti, like many other
Latin American countries'whose.
need is immediate. Unless -rhese


tphalac e. The exercises On ordrain employer Danme basic truths are shared and 4i-
ou .Jeune Fille, entire 28. et 40 derstood. the cause of peace will '
ans, parlant aaglais., pour travail suffer,'; ..

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L.aitian architecture,. exquisite cuisine and conten ted living. Set amongst a myriad of tropical trees ..,=ger :S.KRA4N AIR-CONDITIONEC
nd gardens the Oloffson, complete with miniht ure pool, is the haven for the uninhibited and the
ca for the Caribbean tourist.


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"HAITI


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Marcel Vive, a French citizen sidential dec r ee ordering 5lii
expelled from this- country by "departure by p lan e for hg
Presidential decree, flew to Mia- nearest French possession." hey
mi by PAA Clipper 431 after a anti-government plot was
Lengbtty_--prison. sojourn awaiting vered with .the discovery a.T
expulsion. letter written by pkari'ans 0Ao .y
Arrested on' MAy 25 and accu- ex-presidenfial :candidate in e,-
sed of being c6nected in' plott- ile. "
ing against the State, Vive was Marcel Vive left Haiti, with hts
lodged at the National prison to .wife and sons. Patrick, aod. Mi
await the carrying out of a pre- chael. i'


BEST FOOD IN THE CARIBBEAN! WD..,,

1 HOTEL CHOUCOUNE. :

SCABANE CHOUCOUNE

as described in the TORONTO :GLOBE MAIL by "
WMs. ALA.NE J. HEINTZMAN who was a guest at
S HOTEL CHOUCOUNE during the .month of..
" .' ; ", February -1960: ''
1"OUR0 HOTEL, .the .ehoucoime, was about, five miles-a ibv.
start off with a snum')pnashimsteei.iithW ifl t honey and limej
%uice. The ,ieit- possihlty r oulil be ..iaming Ilbhtlo i, dried pork
.v1ith rice and blsd mufnushmodtismail&hin-perhaps a'1swebtotaoto 'o a
pudding. This would all be topped off with a strongidtltdk cli PA
IV Haitian coffee. .' '-
Aside from hotelrnight! 1e,1..e.Pitli tip6faslsia 'night'olubb
unique In the WestIIndies, tk8..JAMlHaiEIHMCQUNeIB Atji4-
< ing 6f bamboo shaped like nR0inriatfidice-ereanficotiOJ
S)rchestra plays the usual'meringue."'
COMPLETE DINNER A LA CARTE: $4.
SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENfN: ,
'THURSDAY & SATURD Y' EVENING6
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.s.d.y. September 4th, 1960


ABC. TEAM WORKING UP HALF HOUR
S. T.V. SHOW ON HAITI

A learn of Cameramen, a sound view President Dr Francois Du-
man;,reporter and producer are valier (he interviewed him last
in Haiti. making a TV documen- May while here on a visit) key
tar1o*hich is to be snown over Government officials, leaders ol
ABC-TV network on October 13. the business community and
The unit, members of the Ame- members of the Artibonite and
icant,'Broadcasting Co., are now Pote Cole projects.
filming' cultural, social, economic
and the political phases of lhie Guests of the Hot&e Oloffsor
in thlst island. The program while in Haiti, the team is corn
leeks'.to acquaint the U.S. public posed of Frank La Tourette, Pro
Mlh the realities of Haitian life, ducer, Arnold Snyder, reporter
his country's needs and what the Robert Donahue, Chief camera
united. States' can do to help us. man, Darwin Green, assistant
Arnfold Sxiyder, reportingg mern- cameraman and Albert Schuster
er of the team, plans to inter- sound operator.


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- Underwater Tourism


BURGLAR- KILLED
CAUGHT IN ACT
An unidentified burglar, caught
trying to force 'the',door of the
"M'ill Shop" shortly before mid-
night on August 25, was shot and
killed by a police agent who'fir-
ed two bullets from his revolver
into the body of the would-be in-
truder.
Following the legal formalities
the body was removed from the
front of the shop, on La Rue
Bonne Foi, and transported to
the morgue at the General Hos-
pital.

OAS FELLOWSHIP
FOR
MICHAEL DUVERT
Following the granting of an
OAS, (Organization of American
States), Fellowship, Michael DLu.
vert of the National Office of
Tourism departed Monday for
New York.
While in the United States-Dii-
vert will study Hotel Administra-
tion'at Cornell University.

EDWARD. SCOTT III
TO STUDY
AT OXFORD
Edward William Scott I11, eld-
est son: of Ted -Scott the NeW


(Continued from page 13)
water shots is;. a little practice
apd 'adherence fo the two rules.
1. Always work as close to your
subject as possible. *and 2.'11"
member that,:-'reds -fhade as you
go deeper (because of light dif-
fusion); if you want to shoot
good color below 10 or 15 feet,
carry a supplementaryt-lash.
UNDERSEA-PARK IN FLORIDA
The first undersea state park
in the U.S.,. Key Largo Coral
Reef Reserve, has been establish-
ed in Florida and a similar type
of underwater beatty "could' as-
ily be formed by enterprisers
here.
The preserve is 4n area 21 and
a half miles long and 3 and a
half miles wide three miles off
the coast of Key Largo between
Miami and Key West. Forty dis-
tinct .species of coral have hef-n
found on the Florida reef out of
a total of 52 for the entire AL-
lantle' "reef system. While it is
not known how many varieties
lie in and around Haiti's reefs
it is known that there is -an ab-
undance of varieties displaying
their beauty beneath the water's
surface.
The Florida Board of Parks


SZealand journalist whoe recently proposes spusn aummn.ir- u appucauons snoWaoe.-
o ;est u:ct ,l and dre- in .p"'-ritions P oxho-db :
:- departed Cuba after s b v e r a tive and publicusestructires and dressed in writing to P.O. Bo
years there as NBC man and co- boat docks at Key Largo. :r.m 457 with the fololwing.details:
lumrnist for the "Havana Post,. there, charter boats with i.rlass age, eduetioni ressioI
A'-i.,: (spent the day here Tuesday en- bottoms will transport the public education and reference-together
route to Panama for a month's to the reef to view through the with complete list of former em-
u tio P a fo clear water the beauties and va- ployment. All' applications will
Currently working on his mst- riees of the. coral' This exolic be treated as strictly confident.
Sears thesis, Edward has attended garden of nature's marine tial. Only written application will
profl am FiO Michigan State Umversity, Ln- growth will- be laid out in path- be considered.
e sing, Mich., for the past threat
.oule. pme d nn ., years and following his soourn
S ecuritg suppl6mentawreUl:". with his family in Panama ill -
Sdis *poitif da silence r6duit lee d 4 depart from New York for En-
rnfpos uitr s do sagrlen e., gland and the famed Oxford Un- WANT COLOR AND CHARACTER
rents fruits desagrea 6versity.
diversity.
.is que la construction g *. Planng .ow a journalst- IN YOUR OFFICE FURNITURE?
pIt,^'Fuskio n $4p5 'Cbij~0b :,l ^ '. icw P career"..,. wll Jois fel
SM 1as.P',7'...". J ow Americantand. rugby enthus- ......
MO 'crWrbast Pete .a kins at Oxford. __ _

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mos i ddlas pare A q .
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Swim, Sp arfish, Snorkle, paiqWater-Ski .raCaticSre os.
auso abitlle ., The Government of the Feder-

S An al German Republic ha accord 30 x
ed five new scholarships to Hai-

ensWaters From toyon REASONABLE PRIC the scholar-ES
t. r t4 a JoauhPim.
HAVE YOUR PARTY AT KYONA soussait and Captain
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Beautifully designed desks in striking blonde, distinctive dark
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ways which the boats will foho-
as though through a' flowering
garden or forest. What a wonder-
ful attraction a reserve such as
this would make for Haiti.
GRE&T SPORT FOR FITNESS
-Skin diving is a muscle. toning
sport, it adds years to your life.
keeps you in fine shape and it
does not cost a fortune for just
face mask, fins and a snorkel.
There' is probably nothing this
world so good for your body as 1
regular swimming. It puts \vir- .-.
tually every muscle in the body,,
to work no ligament is allow-
ed to loaf.
With the race on for the pro,.
motion of skindiving now is the ,
time for Haiti to promote her'
natural resources under the sea.,,.

SALESMEN WANTED ,
By the exclusive agent for Haiti,',
of the longest established make
of automobile in the world"
We are looking for qualified
salesnien .o sell a mark of:'auto'.
mobile with a word wjide:ej...et.-?i!
action. e7.. ."
Applicants sound 'un.ertai'd;'i,
ing of the- EngliAish 'iguage isj ,
imperative.


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PAGE.8 "H AITI SUN" Sunday September. 4th, '1- j

A p p e a lCacique Island Beach Club al- eating experiences in the ,world j
A pp a Fo 0 Un er VV T r so provides the facilities for un- recreation can be yours. With'
derwater excursions and fishing one quick plunge you'll see how
anTo u rid thste recently opened bea easy it is to escape the noise
Touris A bou d Hl has rapidly become popular with and bustle of the upstairs world,
tourists and Haitians alike. Many and enter a world where time: ,
Haitians have their own private meaningless; where tranquility
New Realms Of Skin-Diving tour daily to the reef encircle-l beaches nn the coast, both North and beauty reign supreme."' i' ,;
New Realms Of Skin-Diving Sand Cay. Plumb in the middle and South, where despite the So states "Fun" writer-^ce '
While Ha;ti plugs her natural Island beauties to thousands of of Port au Prince bay Sand C!; predominance of water skiing Dunaway describing the feelfirgiP..
tourists visiting yearly a realm of ast and comparatively u s the spot where a man-made and just plain sun loafing, the being encountered daily by thotAil
tourists visig yearly a realm o as and comparatively ue- island was to have been cons- wonders of the below the sea ands of people taking their fflAo
plored playground is waiting for cultivation the magic reefs trucked. got to the half-way stage world are rapidly gaining in po- plunge beneath the ssuifacet:f
iand fishing grounds that abound with every form of fish life for and was then shelved through pularity. the world of quite and beauty4BIjB
-the skin diver and underwater photographer, lack of funds. Nevertheless the THRILLS OF FIRST DIVE low, the underwater world.';'
'.' Right at our back door lies a whole new world of fun for tourist Baussan-Coicou excursion among Flor.da has recently undergone "Savor that first dive. Alm6hbt:
1and citizen alike, a world bordering on the ethereal and a play- the reefs attracts hundreds of a big awakening as to the possi- certainly you will return -agait1l'.
ground with endless possibilities for utilization. g tourists each year and could well bilities of exploitation of the skin an again to dive deeper' rblit.
ground be extended. diving world and a host of new further, explore in more carefbll%.
While the underwater reefs an'! ions, crags, crevices and myster- Also delving into the underwat- and thrilling pastimes were des- detail. But never again will ybti.
'gardens of Haiti are virtually. ious dark holes, the coral and er realm are the Kyona Beach cribed in the Miami Herald's quite match the enchantment -
virgin, several far seeing enter- the blazing white sand pits; and trips to Les Arcadins, an island "Fun" section on August 28. that first discovery."
prisess have stirred an initial mo- everywhere a multitude of ani- several miles of the coast, where "If you are a lover of the sun- And so with each passing di;v'
vement to encourage the tourist inal life. the skin diving fisherman can ny outdoors and have never div- more and more people are beinL
"nd .Haitian to leave the land Gaston Baussan and Jean Coi- find an abundance of fish, rang- ed beneath the surface of cryst- u red to the land of filte.,
behind and enter the world of cou. in the launch "Barracuda" ing from the darting tropical hu- al water you're lucky. One of ed light beneath the sea'i;-
'fiscinating reefs, sharp dimens- and with their glass bottom boat, ed to the big sport fish. the most.memorable and fascin- (Contlnued:on page

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e't- ected"AidFor Haiti


Economic Conference Will Decide


(Continued froin page 1)
.7vo of these acts would auth-
orp -the appropriation of. 500
.inion dollars for a. new deve-
lopment; program in Latin Ame-
ica!iPap,,00 millions fortfurther
rehabiltion, assistance to Chile.

Jt:is believed in certain circles
here.-that Haiti would like aid
to the tune of 200 million dollars
"f#im the United States although
-ii'His'new "policy" speech made
at Jam'me President Dr. Fran-
cois 'DuValier ,stated, "The na-
'ipno is eiiausted, the people are
exhausted; we are at the limit
6f the time of sacrifices, we are
'breckliig.

7 "I refused to offer to any oth-
er nation that which I offered
to the United States and its'Gov-
nemnienit. I have called the Ame-
R ta .,to-develop the eco-
iR our country. I have cal-
S erican technic to re-
e the institutionss of my
SBut, fpor 33 months my
et and its. people have
v ;on promisess, smiles,
ragements, recommendati-
Assitations, slow waiting,
comprehensions.

MASSIVE MONETARY
1-y'' fl, ErVrCIONi


ittee this week Dillon told them
that President Eisehower has re-
quested the new authorization of
600 million earmarked for Latin
America in an effort to join for-
ces with the United States' sou-
thern neighbors as they deal
"with the pressing needs for so-
cial progress."

Congressional authorization of
the President's now program of
assistance to Latin A m e r i c a
would encourage Latin American
countries at Bogota to draw up
plans for programs of social de-
velopments, Dilon 'stated. "The
Unitrd States and its neighbors
in Latin America enjoy a special
relationship rooted in unique and
enduring ties of history, geogra-
phy and trade. As neighbors we
have worked in close political
association through the Organi-
zation of American States. We
have jointly developed and
strengthened our economic and
financial relationships. We now
propose to, join forces to deal
with the pressing needs fur so-
cial jJl.ngress with w h i c h so
many. of our neighbors s are con-
fronted.
"Despite notable and substan-
tial economic growth in" much
of Latin America, despite rapid


*-:-.: t.'t vA L industrial development in many,
d mv:. i areas, .despite some increases in
SWe need a asset ectioagricultural production, the great
t. money to reset the country -ma.jority of the peoples of these
afoot, and this injection can only nations have achieved little im-
come from the great and capa-
ible friend-the United States..."

-.irmdijting-tonr. thbe forthcorn -
jof Sioney to reset the country
3Diln stated this week that the
'VU.& envisages that the confer-
.,ence may agree upon the basic ,
objiMtives of a program for so-
tcial development which g i v es
primary attention to need inS W. ."-g l c
these three broad areas: -T vs ,t r'.r".

1--Improvement of the condi-
tions of rural living and
: ,land use;
2-Improvement of housing and
'. community facilities, and;
34t-Impiovement of educational
systems and training facili-


SThe acting secretary continued,
V"The program we envisage be-.
gina with the development of .
specificc policies, plans and pro-
'.grams by each of the Govern-
ments concerned, effective plans
,.wUlp require strong actions by
the 'Latin A me r i can Govern-
ments, particularly in the field
of. domestic reform." --

S,,UNITED STATES ROLE 7


provement in their standard of We believe that the governments
living, of Latin America recognize this
need and that they have the will


"Among the reasons for this
situation, several have particular
significance. A very high rate
of population growth has consum-
ed a large part of increasing
production. The general living
standard has been so low that
large percentage increases have
involved only small gains in ab-
solute terms. Productivity has
been greatly hampered by the
lack of education and training
und.

"Finally, outdated economic.
Ir;;al and social practices and
institutions have frequently im-
peded growth.
POVERTY STRICKEN MASSES

"Thus, we find masses of peo-
ple still living in extreme pover-
ty, without adequate prospect of
favorable change. At the same
time there is wide popular ap-
preciation in Latin America that
such conditions need not exk,.t
and mounting demands that theyI
be improved. Unless hope for
improvement can be given, the
prospect is for increasing frus-
tration and unrest which can on-
ly lead to violence and destru-
ction.

"To provide an adequate res-
ponse to these pressing needs is
a task which will take effort,
money and time. It will require
initiative, effort and courage on
the part of the Latin American
governments to adopt and adhere
to policies and actions which
will assure their peoples a reas-
onable degree of social progress.


and the determination to take
the necessary actions. This is a
primary requirement for succ-
ess.

LATIN AMERICA MUST HELP


"While it is the Latin Ameri-
can countries themselves which
of necessity must find the ways
to solve these problems, few if
any of them possess the means
to do so alone. They need help
help in developing effective
programs and help in the form
of outside financing.
"To provide such help is the
.purpose of the new social deve-
lopment program which we are
proposing. We would contribute
capital resources and technical
assistance to support the efforts
of ntose Latin American count-


be utilized for the most part tfo
loans repayable in local curren-
cies and administered through
the Inter-American Development
Bank. Nevertheless, we do noty
preclude the use of other mech-.
anisms or means including
grants where appropriate. .-

"It is our idea that the total

"It s our idea that the total'.A
effort should be periodically -re-
viewed and discussed within the I
Inter-American Economic -and
Social Council where the progr.i
ess could be discussed. .

"In ihese ways we believe. te',
American Republics can proceed.
effectively on a basis of common,
effort to meet their most pressT
ing needs..." .
__. ___i


rie; which are prepared to ini-
tiaic effective institutional imp-
rovements and self-help measu-
ies in the field of social deve-
lopmeiit. We would hope to in-
rlude in the new social develop-
ment program for Latin America
tie Federation of the West In-
dies, which has achieved self-go-
vernment and which will soon
become fully independent pro-
bably next year..., Policies to 'rwq iM
promote such progress and in
developing more effective syst-
ems of mobilizing human and
material resources to further I ,
these objectives.


S'"We foresee that the funds
which the United States would
provide to assist in carrying out
these plans and programs would


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Son said, "We would contribul
*capital resources and technics
'assistance to support the effort
of .those Latin American coun
4ries, which are prepared to in
(ctiate effective institutional imp
4roVements and self-help means
t.ures in the field of social devE
'lopment."
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.Between Two



Waves


In the brisk Auinmin breeze. at
the top of Ihe full in Derrac habert
the Calhary rnse in the di-tance,
a bady 'uan ojedliting trazil.I
- Dangling from Ihe bar wooden,
arni of It-' Ciro- II raered anil
sa'hed hlte u etihe -cock j,(
the meity WI a strong ,ea br-.ezi
"At firfit sight, it brought to mind
those ninalser t'hbibitions of bul
looner- by a nialii'iiou pnpula.i'
as practiced at Caintal lime 1,.
those m.ii of the North in -.arch
of pleasure in thi, loI .1pe Il,
miedyv uanlaious. Stunab -.iafi
. "iLl ragri, they gime it .' human,
form. ami i .n ame; ilics Jing jiLI
, p nuii t1' budgh i u. Iree, cu:l
.. domn. carl -it .arundilkh rim,
iinium1l. .lwnliput j .a turis 1o ji
nihlmt lauirl jeering anld daartsin
In llhe gre.ir ,auiiinement of Ithose
.irnlhing 1i3.


I-ar. all [he ocmmrnnit'. becin
tLinng up that rEo..rr; htil ]araduLn
Ii tnI cihrnnin Of Cal.ar:, LiL:e
SflUan Ihi .,urir-terIs raieOI
raCK dtunt Lie hiliI .r. the grip
or a nnrmlie-- 1;. t ...r Stlur. -
tci.'kri,. Lne irifttriOn broke Lnt..
loud .i Iw nierLons litLror h tir,,.r
[er." 1,1hi`il the mrn ireputi d for
their liird henarS and ii,.' crl
.icernm regardicri oLtrhers turned
ihcir eads -.an, .-: i sudidenrl..
.,.ii.re,:-mi b S.'rine *Ir-p in.va.rd
nausea

Fur ihrr.e It,: '.:pi aai)
r-ingi; ottii ir'., space Liromn
.nr., arrr. oi nh. r.xi.ci L'ro- a
tle end olf a ,- L rope huin thi.
r,'dy of i i-er.a -r'r in[led the
e.ies tarin. birl.t., i i dlioippin
,l fc'l ous lqid. bioOd.


ThL- iJ I u m ni Lf.- ie I ., icl31
11' day tore on, thii iL n t- pr.ilecl.-r -. as a.musnc .-Li r,I
ing lirninn_ eflgy, stopping sud. '. 1-, r pi' riin thi- 'hiomarn in all
lien ., in is stilficES ,an l rii -it r, l ai rl. r.nit I I !- ii 7 f' rmrii ,ln j.,
hegI n to dI sql ieir ,e,'...-n IhF. least i.ritrrmprli.e ir,. ..p-i i. -LuLh, thel
(curlou ', ti .Ill. i.Jnl J'.:. .IVI W L.' ptr.lulo,)i u L'r:nin lor.aue, tl.he
dared I., dLeqU LAeriIC [tih .Cro- e. C-inrrri.el.d lhel[. the irnrlrn.il.lt
Hoi' [, intlo i h.: 'rd;r.ulos i s I ar r -ii h 1 ,...i r.1- I;-Z hair ci-l'rlr up
;,' p.:,isibl,. r cr_,ea-r'-,'suih e rfit, v'. r c. _.ir.:iul pf rng ,,I n the
Ery? Bil v.,r- ., ll u lu oks ri .. C oirr. h.- d l i~ pere-1 thh e -i:.11,.
rhildrcn it, thi.:r i.li:r' d .- rni- Ir -,:. r.idnds cornLTl.E:d in ar,
1cns mncr ,-n treir thirn le -t ui r.arlhtirc -iirE j- .i Picis...
v omen .n Tr eir urf, -, a hd wrapp- [.r a ':l r'.i -jnisIed LII!-
er-. g.-ntlemErn in LPrier trail'.? ( .-.l r.n : .,..man ith. .'; i a :.n


plere i.ranger Ito tIe lo
i. '.Er before had she been
e,ih-r at ihe market.-piace
Station ri-ther ais she l
i t ire Ca.e-longe nor ha
,i.,:r b':rr near the itlue
dilticr ithr. rucht %i-ith their
iir-d r-, inkrin..
N :b:-. ', I -lev hE.r.
'.i.rl *r- 'siptiorn. -
The garl Laura.
% th l -rirculro l: i- I.'r
I .ri.n, ari'essor. she w:o'
cu.Jiiin.: r a.% in ithe conto
PMirut.uroru.r along the Atri
-r- uanhlts r i.ite Artaad svwa
E-ld,.t oa -ilhl encridr.:n.
ra. V.eepr,;. hid ic.r aim
dc1.,-are talNke alonr the
not r.i, d toI i,: I.LtiC cem
i. t.ur., -inc bel, "d mr
.:[ Imie i, ni ,.l:n :r. c u.:hold.
.nir Yet c.ch vanr ;i-a h-
tiin (c.i ni r.c. field O[ ii
,:i and Mair.e. a litle
a1!.", bu- ':,ri lime for Lthe
ii'lr C-i Tc-r- pluncird i
-i'i. niit, haiS [ I dl e e p
i.,.ilJ be -.rn Aork.ng wnit
t -" trt aer .- 1i. and L.o,.
' .il.i Jr re pilie.

C.-ine -.ul i tiat ualer
r.a ni-r morner wo.iJa
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But maa,",n the girlJalways
protested: i i .ca wanttetei. 'Dalila .Kec.alern. an
alone ',tilh dil this work 'o "be homes of'all -he dti.oio Innadhp 'i
done" Haitien They, all confirmed i,
i.*, x r. '. i -dvae&'os -. *Ca ehonele.s- ." .
Su Laura had gone'dri, moe -she seld eoy -gboell-o ncr-
cheerfully, into the blue blades she onaed and set out lor Ut it
Io the iice that ondliated on and Capilal. Case hopeless. Odd
on, as far as the e.es could see.
Starting at Artaud. passing by From the Rue du Quai to
Poimer. Cadloi, all me %ay to Turgeau-: from La Salne i at
Ti-Boule, a veritable ocean of Babiole-, to Carrefour-F.uil- t.4
cality. rice tle short vates of inuch she dashed about first in one dci
seen c et up a shimmering golden mass lseenort men mI another, down Lie 'jpt
or the across the D.a.-en plain, alenes that might lead to ani, l
nr1:,1wn kind of a clinic at all.
d she But Mlother Earth Ireaks ven- ..Case hopeless. Case nplai. otpi
lamp. zEance "hen the laiss of prudent case hopeless..."
edreli- ce go,.fErinl tih, ex.plitaon ori cs ,,1
tne -oli are -la,-tracked She lost her mind hs.ier e Io chtr
TrIere Ctr.e a day I, hen Laura her own footsteps hamnimens ori iii.o
ruiJd no li.nger nie to the occa- those three sUllables int h-r "I
ti.' for her morrun: asiitlt 0,1 dr,,ilng mind. Case tHoip-le GoiC
u'* v me r..:t mAr. at Artaud. Her CASE HOPELF.SS! "I
S laii i,..;;I tappmne against the hair eYE
-e. ,, flank, of herr worried donkey Lilt rotten truit chlng@ to a tfi
m-r-at. .ere. siudenl. motion le A serene mango tree. Laura ds,lg- ,,
mp eloud t e I e d her Eb.on.-black ed ner mother's foolsleps. ir,lsa- Ira
I.1u- .,,,. and wh.-i sh. raised moist ng like a young gazelle ,,I Ar. IaA
il't a hands to her lef.ensh lips. a trick fraud carted around b, : arI., I r
Drou ki, of blood iormind a garnet peasant from one markit-plae.
er,:r., seaurf over her sunken chest to another on a dull sales ita '
ember and then. r
Ce'-r Bu: not,:d', is e' er lost A? riun
er re. lone a.i he has his mother no "Case hopeless" But me, I ,i-l le,!
los- one in I I r e I alone in this ,.ou ni' Laura shall lie,: Ori u..i
mn-o unrld Eten on the brink of the there is a little matter oi... bl.:., .1
i c- n, ri-St riarnrmne ab:. a. Le can for blood! A life must be cacr.- .:.i
n the alial.jc Ke-ep up hope aheri there Eeed.. BLOOD FOR B L 01) 1 ;.
. she is a mama to take over the han. "lornmrre-foule'" *,.i
h her nie-bir, perhaps because .In the Thus derreed the ,;orcerer -A inm,
Jghng Irinermonr depths nf every hum. MolantOrganise that hair, hir ".
an being tles the Inecl.Jetble a..- suile. that epienc: of igcnorain.-e ti
.m'arL.: that to perish -ith one"' and iulter'acy, that ?ordid, terr are
La-.r molthr is not really to perish b1l. e.il creature 'xuding fcJ. n,.i
scold. buit It. sur-ive in those mysteri- nis. and nonsense. Syrnool 4.: al3
r you ous meanders of tat mndelat.g- eil' which we must chase f.rm eim
ri 'hie able sermtty wluch encircles the the national landscape if -.re anre it
.,:ui'll hercji .f all matermty within a to hold high the torch that m-ill -"'
hMlo ot cinry.. lhht up our march towards ciri tb-s
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Hlaitian novel "SEA LABOLiRERS". Father Papailler
is the Minister of Education.

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Sunday Septembbr 4th,.


The Highest Human


r' HIGHEST HUMAN Maj. Ro-
bort M. White of the U.S. Air
Force has flown the X-15 experi-
,< mental rocket research plane to
W.the highest altitude ever attain-
ed by man, 136,500 feet (41.606
? meters). At the top of the record
.flight. made from Edwards A r
7'iForce Base in California Au;usr
'12, the 36-year-old test pilot ra-
i:dioed back: "This is really fan-
-tastic up here." The old altitude
,'record was 126,200 feet (37,810
meterss, set in 1956 by the latC
.:Capt. Ivan C. Kinsheloe in the
Bell X-2 rocket ship, a forerjnn-
er of the X-15. A week before
Maj.. White's flight, Joseph A
Walker, 39-year-old pilot with tlhc
National Aeronautics and Spac-
'Adninistration, set a new spee1
Record of 2,196 miles (3,514 kilo-
mheters) per hour with the X-15.
r IrThc 50-foot (15 2-meter), soub-
..-v'inged craft is being developed
.to fly 125 miles of more (200 kilo-
fieters) .ybove the earth at
-lpeeds over 4,000 miles (6,400
Silmotneters) ,per hour.
-Maj. White, describing his ex-
Ipeviences after the completion of
INhe flight, told newsmen: "It
sW'S -a, very. deep blue up there,
rbut not exactly like might. There
iwas "distinct- contrast. Your view
encompasses three d i s t i n c t s
"-T handss -'- the -earth, the light
-.blue of the sky and then the
-very deqp, blue of extreme alti-
;tude. It"was very impressive.
I "-was impressed by the feel-
S-g 'of altitude the height ab-
'b.e ground. At the altitude I
inrmally fly, 40,000 to 50,000 ft.,
I can see, oh, maybe, hundreds
.square miles. This time I took
.'ten' times that much. I
Nuildn 'tsee any definite curva-
Sire of .the earth, but I expect
jl otogirabs would show it.
"I would have no qualms about
I!oQihg higher." (59-2939)


IN HAITI THIS WEEK
Young Guy Bauduy who has studied Mathematics and Physics
lit the University of Houston was their guest.-.-
..Christel Naumann flew to West Virginia this week. She joined
icr brother Bonny who is studying there. Christel will spend three
or four years to complete her High School and College. studies -
. Lovely Miss Lee Ann R. Lukas, a nurse from Milwaukee, Wis-
onsin with an executive position has spent two days at the Hotel
.i ilia Creole. She has made plan to come back here next Clristmas-
* Richard Covell, a Salesman from New York and his wife Joan,
b medical Technician are currently visiting the Country...
. Jamaican Newsman Perceval Trottman arrived here this week
in company with Mrs Dorothy Alexia Leawars, a civil servant in


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cretary for a Real Estate Company in Jamaica. They ale A*
a week at the Riviera HoteL. .::
..Beautiful Blonde Ellen A. Cassidy and Mary E. Hi- sc;ir4
New Jersey are current guests at the Montana Hotel. Elleni
Secretary for "Schearson-Hannill' Stock Brockers in New Yorki
Mary is Departmental Manager for an Engineering Sode01
Iw York OC e...
Students Anne Dorothy Schneider and Claire Ann Huarisa.j
linois are current guests at the Hotel Ibo-Lele... .
Charming Clara Jo Seymour, Dixie B. Lynn and- Yvonj' %
vho work for PAN AMERICAN in Miami are having afj
respite in HaitL...
Naraindas (Charlie) Dadlani, a young merchant from,.J
visiting his relatives of the Maison Orientale and Littlq -Em
here.- is
*.Textile Tycoun, Isaac Abitbol, his wife and daughter-s
and Roslyn wont back to New York this week. Lovely Dia%
collegee Student and sister Roslyn went back to school...
Saturday by the SS EVANGELINE arrived here in a cruise'
Allan Horn, a prominent Surgeon from St. Petersburg, FI&
wife Doris and their two children David and Linda. Thd"f
'iunily made their outings in company with Miss Iris F
medical Secretary of striking beauty from Miami Beach, F.j|i
lovely blonde Judy Comb, a dental nurse from San Francisco,-1
..Willy Guercy, of the Brasserie La Couronne arrived hereil
iday from a two week trip to Canada and the U.S. He. V*
Alma, Lac St. Jean, to attend the wedding of his daughit"r
Mr. Georges Cote on August 27. He visited Quebec, Mo6
ew York, Puerto Rico and Miami on his return journey...
Saturday arrivtu with the Cartan Travel Bureau Inc a 'at-
wen including Miss Julia A. Beard, a Secretary for a
Business in Fairborn, Ohio, Miss Frieda. Jan Kowitsch, Mis Ej
A. Geisen, Secretary, Miss Marcelle L. Peterson, Miss June;,4
a nurse from Delaware 'and Miss Mar. Ann White,, .also-
-m Delaware and Mr Robert Zielinsld, a Chemical E1
rom Chicago. The party was greeted here by Heraux T6o
a staying two days at EL p anchor ..







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C aar i b be'E
.o fresh reefI
4shn~g grounds
,inovations and&
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exciting featu s
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j'e.,sports .f
joymerit for soI
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a glider
-om page 8).- reef, appea-s. as..a flat pattern ovations
ally throughout of dark and light, but through hit the mn
an are looking your mask it .becomes sharply \'.'hih coi
to explore, new dimensional and.everything is do- in Haiti's
and underwater minated by the brilliant purple Built I
the skin diving and yellow of sea fans. cxploratic
oviding new and 'Probably the first-fisb you will in the ti
* to the newest see will. be the.little drab wrass- which h th
m." es and grunts, but as your eyes two crosi
fer so much en- become accustomed to depth and The fee
little investment background you'll pick out the piece whf
t of skin diving, gaudy tropicals tiny specks of Wvhen con
of around $19, yellow and blue and orange ard hands re:
ars and snorkel;.. red that stick close to the shelt- which is
eded to join the ering holes of the coral. Per- leading e
ater fans. haps on othcr days, after you Control
LT IT'S LIKE gain confidence and% experience, luhind a. b
may ask, just you'll be down among them with descends
owni there? The a net, trying to trap some of edge dow
led by. Vie Dun- that restless, darting brilliance cedure is
yourself over. the for transplanting in a home ac- edge is
.t that is) check qariurn." dependen
.tightness. then Of course it doesint end there. aileron,
Av slowly along the possibilities for fishing, ex- oeuverab
o, .breath- ploring and, just.. plain fun are The .w
r'snrki .,You..U ndeass and realizing: -this ma. the ideg
0 effsforl.s it is nut adters in'Ihe.U.S..are goin. Haiti's c
i-:the.widIe.fins fiull ahead.-in ah.effort to keep up a means
with the steadily increasing de- bounty o
1 along the sur- mand for underwater equipment, fish life.;
action of the reel GEAR FOR UNDERSEA UN1
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e principles of. aerody-. of the underwater activities is Costs for this form of sport -.
ad looking rather' like photography. There is no' thrill can be low. If you already own 4.
is among the latest in- to match the expectation with a camera a 10 dollar investment
for underwater fun to which you open a box of newdy will enable you to take it under-
iarket. This item is one processed color slides made on water. The so-called box came-
uld easily be introduced a reef. And too, there could be ras cost a little bit more hut
'waterways.' no better choice for a picture are worth the outlay.
primarily for undersea hunting. ground that the reefs They are water tight units in
in, the sled's parts are, and marine gardens surrounding themselves and no case to pro- ...
.am, 3 two by four on Haiti. tect them from the water is re-
e, swimmer rests, and Everything you can use in sur- quired. For the. amateur they
bars, one at each end. face photography, in sunlight and are ideal for there are no pro-
t rest on. the back cross- air, can be carried underwater, blems of focus, lens stop, or shut-
hch acts as a .rudder even exposure meters. You can ter speed; everything, as in the .
strolled by pressure. The spend a lot or a little. For sup- common Brownie-type camera, is
st on the front crossbar erlative work underwater noth- pre-set.
backed by a hinged ing will quite equal the 35nira All it requires on the part of
edge split in the center. camera fitted with a wide angle the amateur to take good under-
is simple. Towed -he lens. (Continued on page '7)
boat at two knots, one
by bending the leading -.___. r .
in. To surface the pro-
reversed. Because the w.
split each siae acts in-
tly of the other like an
and gives all .the man. 5can..
ility of an airplane. ,3
atersled could well be
, underwater craft fur, CaR ES t. .i VL
rystal clear waters .9
of viewing the endless
f coral reefs, fauna and .
DERWATER PICS. .
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HAITI


Grand'Rue No. 342 .







PAGE 14


Letters inviting Port au Prin-
ciens to participate in a "Foster
.Parent Plan" are being sent out
this week by Muriel Shindler,
;,wife of the American owner of
El Rancho Hotel, Petionville.
"Some years ago," states Mrs
Shindler's letter, "when I was
just a visitor to Haiti, I came
across the tragedy of the many
orphened and starving foundling
of Haiti. I made a solemn pnm-
ise to myself that, given the first
opportunity, I would do 3\ery-
thing in my power to help these
children toward a healthier and
Happier way of life."


With the aid of friends aiid
guests of the hotel the work has
begun and bingo games and oth-
er functions have, according to
Muriel Shindler, gotten the mo-
vement off to a good start.

"We have been successful in
setting up a foundation which
will enable us to receive tac ex-
empt contributions from our fri-
ends in the U.S. But even at this
moment there are 75 in the home
we have provided, needing food,
vitamins and medical care. '

FOSTER PARENT PLAN
"A nurse has been provided to


Blackmailing? Skull
Cracking? '"Foreign"
Citizen

his authority is the reau and the defendant was pla-
ade against Dominican ced before his accusers.
a, a -"citizen" of Ces. Belladere's Prefect was char-
-the rural section -f ged with making an investiga-
unity of Mirebalais, by tion, continued Le Jour, into the
aper "Le Jour" whicn facts and to do so travelled. to.
Monday, August 29 Mirebalais to hear the declara-
tion of the victims of Pina.
misused his authority This is when their fn started.
political relations and During the course of the irvesti-
tted conduct that was gatfbn, it was reported, and while
table to the peasants a peasant was making his decla-
ral section of Desva- ration, Mario Pina drew his re-
ese peasants suffered volver and struck the witno'ss
nd abuse at the hands, on the skull with the gun butt.1
There was no doubt as to whr-
spaper added that lie their Pina made contact or not
na,) was also the ob- the representative of the Ex
merous comply a i n s ecutive saw the whole th!rg
use of authority, us which resulted in the Dominican
iail etc. The Minister being deposited in jail at the or-
the Honorable Depui- ders of the Prefect. The whole
r a n c o i s, had Pina affair has now been referred to
before him at his bu- the proper authorities.


Misusing
'charge mi
,Mario Pin
'varieux -
the commit
tthe newspE
stated on
that:
f', Pina has
''iahd his p
4-had permi
,".ot accept
,of the run
rieux. The
.atrocities a
-of Pina.
The new
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look after forty children under
two years of age and we have
established the Foster Parent
Plan as a means of providing
consistent care for the children.
A monthly contribution of 10 dol-
lars will support one child in the
home. He or she will have the
opportunity to grow up and be a
healthy and happy citizen able
to do his or her part in the fut-
ure progress of our country."
The letter asks that citizens
joli the foster parent plan and
a contribution slip is enclosed
for' donations. Gifts of any am-
ount are welcomed. The rate per
child is set at 10 dollars a month
-120 per year.

People desirous of entering the
Foster Parent Plan are asked to
make their checks payable to the
"Happiness Exchange Foundati-
on" C-o Muriel Shindler, El Ran-
cho Hotel, Port au Prince.


:Best Rue In the
World

MAYOR DEEB
APPEALS'
-Mayor Jean Deeb asked pro-
prietors, businessmen adnd .ind
ustrialists to pull together in
"Face-hfting" of Boulev'rd Jin-
Jacques Desalines. formerlyy
the Grand Rue,) in a commurni-
que published this week.
Pointing out the obligation of
all those established on the re-
cently renovated main street,
Je'n Deeb asked them to re-
pair, embellish and paint their
houses, stores, boutiques etc.,
and to install neon signs in vir-
tue 'of the imperative law of Fe-
bruary 5, 194S on neon signs and
the modification of these aspects
of furnishing.
The municipality of Port au
Prince 'appealed' to tlne lbonne
volonte" of all in mailing the
Boulevard Jean ;Jocqpes Dessa-
lines the most beautiful in the
entire world.

MEMOIRS OF
OCCIDE TEANTY
TO APPEAR
The memoirs of the grand mu-
sician Occide- Jeanty have been
announced by Jean Brierre who
pays homage to the musician in
his poem "Aux Champs '?)ur
Occide" which will appear in
several days.
All persons interested in the
work are asked to inscribe as
soon as possible to the "Labrai-
rie Indigene" at 102 Lalue.


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"t5URISM IN HAITI


(Continued froni page 1) peal to residentsi;,of Haiti who
arnama Line to include the 6- can engage it from "the several
' side-trip in their package excellent, T o u r is t Agencies in
s. Many of them have al- Port an Prince. It offers a short,
dy printed, this Haiti-Panama res tl, and most interesting vdi-
'ai' Cruise pn their catalo- cation; and at. $90.00 for the sea
bs By promoting extensively trAnsportationi, it is a bargain:
s most attractive cruise, which
ginates at Port au Prince, An aggressive campaign will
ire tourists are expected to be rJso. be; waged in Panama this
)ugbt to this island. The .4- winter. to attract, to Haiti citiz-
ysiea voyage and.'the 2-day ens of Panama, residents of'the
ir of Panama and the Panama Canal Zone and especially" those
nal will attract many tourists great numbers ol tourists who
Haiti lor long vacations be- are always passing through Pa-
isc.ol the opportunity to en- nama going to or from Southi
this delightful and fascinate: America...The- recirocal cruise
trip sea-cruise dum~g theiri ;.wll origia't P.. .m.an.d al-
Sin Haiti.; '; "w o-n fr" om. e;" 7 o-:md" e nights
'he 6-Day -cruise-tour will ap- stay in Haiti. -

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"Br liant Mexican Choir On Three Year World Tour
SINGING HOLIDAY '

5exteto Orteonrco de Me- their stUrdies the group hones to members 6f hie.famous Mexican
E six member choir that number its "masters as engin-ers boys choir --" "Orfeoni. -6Iantil
led Haitian and Tourist- medical practicioners, antropol- Mexicano." Cqrrposipg the group
s with their singing dur- ogists and electronics engineer. of ,singrs. .a'd.-..guitarists are:
past two weeks, departs The group left Mexico 15 months Ramon iorioziaged'e23, (he sang
v' dn the fixt hop .of agoand.J.has bee,.touring and with the boys choir in Carnegie
lid. the''world' tbur-Cuiba sin .l si!ne, Hall in 1950,) Jorge Platon Her-
o Spain.' 5S.':',. rera, 19, Santiago ireles, 25, Jor-
with warmnthand spir- T exs..ofl.the. Sextet6 di Ramiro, 18, Raul Barragan,
Young Mexicans, aged Oe : 'are lex-22 and Raul Hernandcz, 20.
18 and 25, have captur- .
attention of their audien- V y sMS TUo
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Dressed it. native--costume" the
se:xtet sing;songs of their native
land and some Yucatan Indian
songs; they-prefer'to stay away
from the popular and more well-
known songs because "everibo-
dy sings them. '

All students at the Universitv
of Mexico;, the- six :young men
just suddenly decided to take a
three 'year singing vacation and
world tour. When they return to


PAMELA
TO
TOHN


G. HEINL
WED
BURDICK


Annotuhefient 'of the "engage-
ment of Pamela G. Heinl to John
Robinson Burdick in Port au
Prince last weekend was also
noted under a Washinigton dale
line in the New Ybrk Timrns Au-
gust 31-' on the social page.

The'announcement was made
-by Col. Robert D. Hein] Jr., U.
'S.M.C., and Mrs Heinl of Wash-
ington and Port au Prince.'John
,Burdick is the son of Mr and Mrs
*Robert A. Burdick of Mill Neck,
L.I.
The future bride, an alumna
of thy'e i.eorge6an Viit a t i o n
Preparato'ry'S c ii d o., attended
M o u n t -Folot'9e Cdllege. S h e
made her debut in 1958 at the
Washington 'Thanksgiving Cotil-
lion.

Mr Burdick graduated f r omn
the Fessenden and Hill Schools,
attended Wesleyan Unive r s it y
and received a degree from the
University of California at Ber-
keley. He is an aldhmus also of
the American Institute for For-
eign Trade in Phoernix, Ariz.


The future bridegroom served
measure with the Seventh Division in Ko-
r ea. He is a staff assistant with
S TT VI Cooperative for American Re- .5
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Sgt. Gerald

Destorce Weds

Glenda Lee
-Cn Thursday August 25. 1960
at 10:30 am in the St. Loui,
Chapel Sgt Gerald Desfo r g (
U.S. Marine. and Miss Glend
Lee of this City were joined
together in Marriage. The sim-
ple double-ring ceremony was
performed by Father Nantin...
The U.S. Consul, and other
members of the Marine Corp ,
and U.S. Embassy attended '
the ceremony. ,
The Bride was given into .
marriage by her brother-in-law, .
Eddie Marshall The Bride's
Sister, Mrs Helene Marshall ac-
ted as the Matron of Honor,
with her niece, Kassandra Mar-
shall and nephew Mike Marsh-
all, acting as Bridesmaid and Rirgbearer. Mr Phil Khawly wa
the .Groom's Best Man.
A simple gown of white chantilly lace over wiute slipper sati
with a fingertip veil over a jeweled tiara was worn by the bride
Miss Lee's Mother designed and made the Bride's gown.
Following the wedding a small reception was held- for close
friends at the home of the Bride's sister in Deprez.


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Hunricane Donna. born off the
French Antilles is loose in the
Caribbean this weekend.
Donna was expected to cause
overcast weather and pro v ide e
rain Saturday afternoon through
Sunday.
ALCIDE DUVIELLA DIES
AT HOME IN BOURDON
Mr Alcide Duviella died at his
home in Bourdon early Saturday
morning. The first director of
ODVA tuider the government of
Paul E. Magloire Mr. Duviella
was in his sixties.
He was rtinister of Finance in
the Junta Government of 1946.
MONTROUIS BRIDGE
OPINED AGAIN
After two months of re p a i r
work, under the supervision of
Jean E. Pierre, engineer, the
Moitrouis bridge linking the
main road North has been re-
opened.
Sections of the bridge collaps-
as ed two months ago and 20 bott-
om beams had to be inserted for
n, structural strength. The bridge's
e. collapse was deemed as being
caused by the fact that lack of
protective painting allowed rust
c to oxidize and weaken the brid-
ge.
LOPE DE VEGA OFFERS
SIX SCHOLARSHIPS
Lupe dfe V.ga, the Hispanio
Americane Culture Institue, is
to give 6 scholarships to Haitian
students this year.
Of the six, three of the schol-
arships will be for study inq bhile,
two in Colombia and one in Cos-
ta Rica. The Port au Prince In-
stitute has also announced that
it is making a scholarship avail-
able to a Columbian student this
year. The Columbian is expected
to commence his studies here in
September

SPANISH AMBASSADOR
= HOPES TO INCREASE
SCHOLARSHIPS
Mr Rives, the newly appointed
Ambassador for Spani in Haiti,
is hoping to increase the number
-of scholarships available to Hai-
tian students to 30 this year.
These scholarships are expect-
ed to cover medicine, engineer-
ing, law, bible work and admin-
istration. According to the news-
paper Le Matin the Spanish Go-
vernment is planning 100 schol-
arships for Haitian students in
1961.

Ambassador Rives is indispos-
ed at the moment but intends
obtaining full details of the schol-
ar'ships as soon as he returns to
his post.

ART SHAPIRO PUSHING-
TOURISM FOR HAITI
Using his own time and ex-
pense to promote tourism to Hai-
ti is a task receiving a lot of
devotion from Art Shapiro of the
Avis Rent-a-Car.
Art has promoted a lot of space
A to sell Haiti to potential tourists
in the rich Midwestern state of
Michigan. Unfortunately a letter
received .by him this week from
Detroit indicates that he lacks
sufficient raw material such as
weenic movies and still shots of
-the beauties of Hati which can
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f. .,ptember 4th, 1960


intrasts Of Haiti


.RICAN, SOCIOLOGIST FINDS
& SIMILARITIES BETWEEN
LOUISIANA AND HAITI
*LOGIST WINGFEELD" Katherine Dunham resident dan-
"?not the country that ce troupe. I
Mo but the people and the In Haiti since August 6, Ro-
of Haiti are wonqz.fL.'; 1 ,. )_ ., ,.re.,-n,
,yas the answer to the often to his,. repity 4stoiii .as-
,,question "whattt you dayItI aiteq-rI ;w -Jhq*.te IWill
Ij-of Haiti" given by 29- "a wonderful time in Haiti."
* l*oland Wingfield, a flu- The young sociology student, for
l ih. speaking American thf4 W;rget:-"pt..O S4Ost
jaeyw Orleans seeking infor- v(KUonW' was born j 1Net0 Orle-
t here for a thesis entitled a .receiving. h.is: i.ih phool
Wles of color of New Orle- -adationiC i Wraii&\.md:.Iawtz-
,". erland. It was during his years
ng off Wingfield's career in Europe that he learned his flu-
judies is on a par with ent FrCS..i 1'0 his verbal
i.'hg a Who's. Who on know- creole 0'S goQ,'.,te c.an rea-
egjT)e slim, blonde haired & dily understand it.
vt Louisiana State Uni- -STRIKING SIMILARITIES
-.student specializes .fi2 ; -t w~iw &o.i .t, s ct of
relations, is a stud&nif Cieql clithtEW4 iojted out
l and anthropology, an theV. slt- i .i s tinA
ee a dance instrttfor betweenn t 'ad ri'sectY
-:imember of the famed tors and stratas of New Orleans.
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"HAt'I SUN"9_


"To a certain degree," Wingfield
stated, "there is a French orien-
tation. that came .about through,
the immigration of 10,000 Haiti-
ans to South Louisiana following
the Haitian battle for independ-
ence.


until he commenced his schooling
in Switzerland' for it was then
that he met a young Haitian girl
'who described her homeland to
him and gave him his first know-
ledge of the Caribbean Island.


I Interviewed as the personality
"This cultural diffusion is very of the week on Tele-Haiti Chann-
noticeable in some sectors of el 5 on Wedesdale this week,
gji4g and particularly Cap Hal- lWinui5 edneld thisweekTV
.ti. which reminded me ve ry c i tti Ge r 8 r d Dabad
ni*Wh of still existing places t'9 co notorG member the
Louisiana. For instance. lii Q o. ho pgrol's nanit.mejmner thly
Haitien they bury the dead ifee-l:f s an ed iteilyew
metaries that are extrempnl.y s!--:c ,::dw Win d was infornie"
nmilar to those at home And the ed ,that. the ouly Haitian g0r- i.
Louisiana area is the dP [ RiS*tzet land at t time, hiringg
of the States where ople re l .tb .enda World War years,(
buried above ground."" (Ttsis ishat1.e'u.ned to tdis country and
the practice in Haiti.) -. oga to Switzl ag
Wingfield also cont' that 'e to SWitzerland aga out
the food of both area veory 'pbfrpek of as aiding of the
much the same partis.ly. the o -layin quea on -le pain-
coffee and that many oJthe'cus-ting was do e'by Wingfie's
*tems prevalent in Haiti d ben h a a ..an d lingin
taintedd in Louisiana. \ n a- ISfb,j at n14 lint e-- I
NEVER HEARD -OF o~:e riiatoA wi e d.
*1aiti was a place that. R6 d w aion was'a coni r e d.
WVingfield had never heard Wthou a -uJosette euis.
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CONTRASTS AND DELIGHTS
S-OF HATl
Roland Wipgfieli stated that
the vast contrasts existing in
Haiti thrilled him more than any-
thing. "As an example, one aft.
ernoon I attended a very formal
reception with massive and de-
corative cakes etc. and everyone
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le to see her school friend Ro '
land Wingfield intends seeing her
family befo.e. Leaving Vaniti ant{:'.
hopes to 'see bsktte"'herself'2
Switzerland in the near future,
Always having a keen interest-i;
in dancing, Roland Wingfieldi
joined the Katherine Dunham re-i-'i
sident dance troupe in New York-,-.
in 1953 and performed consist-,"
antly with the group until 1955.
$t was during this associationj'i..4
that the sociologist received his;q '.
secooji indoctrination in Haitian,4-'
history,and geography that start--Z
ed -himn along the paths of his--
presept studies. But as yet arn t
tetuaf trin to this country hadr..
riot been planned.
wrm MARINES IN CHINA
Prior, to This years with the
Dunhn trupe Wingfield spen-
two years krith the U.S. Marinii
Corp in C4ima and he again
recollects many social custom
and. )endnces bearing simailar '
ty e S ways of the Haitia
people; .'a
AWfr his service duty Rolnd
jpiied the student ranks of Co-.' .
'lumbia University and studied&
there from 1949 until 1952 before..
taking up theatre work f r o mti
1953-57. During this. period. o-p;4
land Wingfel'd 'met1with Dr. She-.'1
rer Adrien oi Port au Prince and
was invited by the Doctor to-;
come and visit him in Haiti.
VOODOO SPELLED
FOi 8 YEARS
"I1, have been promising Dr. i"'1
Adrien through correspondence,"-.,
stated Wingfield, "to come anddt'
visit him for the past eight years,
but each year. I' eeided to come 'i
something prev e n t e d me. So,: '
when this time I, finally started. '-
out for Haiti I was sure that the
plane. was going to crash just,
to stop me getting here, the onit-
place I have wanted to come to
more. Than anywhere else for..:
many years. Even though I
wanted to'come here so much I'.
was becoming 'convinced that -it
just. wasn't my destiny to do
so." ""^
Since arriving here Wingfield;,!.
'has- had'a full schedule "from.,:-
dawn it midnight" of meetings:"
with students, officials, making:or
trips and gathering information.
for the thesis for his M.A. .. .X
"It is only during the last week-
or so that I have gradually ...
found myself irresistibly drawn -
back to dancing which I have
had to put aside to allow devo
tion to my studies." And what-.
lihas the,.dancing teacher-sociolo ',
gist-ethnologist been doing; tea.
ching dancing no less and to the.
famous Haitian group the Ba
coulou dancers. -
On a fair ixEcange system's ,
Winglield has been showing the.'
Bacoulou troup technics that caa
be applied to the primitive clati
ce and helping them stage num-
bers. In "tirn the dancers have
issued Wngfiald with information.
on folklorique dances etc., which
he will utilize in his studies.





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k Roys decade old dynasty at Ibo Lele has ended.
is:no longer with the Hotel which he served as assistant
r. 'f&-o the past ten years... David Gladd youthful member
h.'eirty Travel Servce is at the Montana on a tour of the
id MO.ico... Building Material stories did a roaring busi-
s day. morning when the Grand Rue workers shaved shop
a to gain more boulevard room and went to work rebuilding
iBarbe Murrison got his booty off to St Thomas (Virgin
rin a specially chartered PAA cargo plane this week. The
.1 air vans carrying the goods were consigned under the
efClark... La Fregale s catching on as the fashionable Boule-
-elul-. with th right prices... The first adult western
Opr on Tele-Haiti is "Have Gun Will Travel" with sponsor
t6 Matteis. (Thursday eveilings).... Thursday turned into a
I, o lxonades as the Traffic Dept. turned downtown into a
.4e none-way streets...
'I-alist Jean Boulos has made a presentation to the Public
,altlfService of some land at Savanette. Word has it that a
W pitnalJdispensary is to go up there... Talk about Mutt and
ai-ng to a UPI report from Rome on the 17th Olympics,
ias entered the. largest te&m 430 contestants and Haiti
minlest 2.. -A recont..Wpw.NYwork wedding at the St. Angustin
h tied the bonds .of mat.r6wtIy between Melle Frantzec Tip-
a daughter of Hffi AintiurTippenhauers of Port au Prince,
dKAerican 'Wilson Nellp...:. Iqetor C. Noboa,- Consul of the
f Republic. in: AuX ,.C",ds, -returned to his Haiti post
'_ lihi twifie and- two "sons from Ciudad Trujillo... Ernest
Rodr are back' from a Manhattan holiday... Mr and
.1K_. Widmaier and their son! Stephen have just come back
ew Y rk and. Jacmelian Axe. Madsen is back from touring Eu-
.pe...Off to arrange a new art, shdw for Haiti in the U.S. is
'ntre'.td'Art director-DeWitt-- etirs who flew to New York last
eekeiid..: M1 dttl' student Serge #olly is back from a brief Visit
o..theo.S.... "l.iJt isie for Amer cans to visit the Dominican Re-
blieW' was the question posed tl is week here by three Michigan
IlveruIty students... Word has it. hat Lynn Grossberg is the auth-
r of' hard hitting article. en Ha ti in the American review "Na-
on".__ U.N. Chief Gerard Oelmap paid his-first visit :to -Montana
ut .i.day to sit in on the gay festivites. U.N. cominent on the
loor -show? "Very good."... The big Florlda.Cham.ber of Commerce
angd convention :cum- visit -to have..,been. held. here next month
Lfff Bang goes the big guest .ist at' theBieram-and all those
well-iirties etc. that were being arranged.. .I'e -face lift and in-
tallatlon of traffic lights on renovated Jeair. JacqWpi Dessalines
levard has 'certainly; changed city dirivng-habr no further4
.mmtmt needed... George and Qeer.i ..etaux o.f-.e Hotel Sans
ocad are making meticulous plans -for, .t east o Hawaii styled
during the Summer: open fire 'Iwt.btes' exotici.ood the
brks,..INeedless to say the party is expected, to be held in the
ciotis garden and pool area, not inside... Vibrant "La Fregate"
manager Butch Ashton reports happy gathering each night and
though we didn't see the first performance last night that cute
ead dancer of the Cha Cha Chitos is supposed to be the big attrac-
ion .fAm now on at the newly re-opened nite spot... "The Cranes
are Flying" the impressive award winning Russian film drew
Houses at the Magic Cine this week...



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4. 4-.4._,,. AT THE


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0 Sepitember 4th, 1960


3410ff On
Scholarships

"(Continued from page 1)
gincers 2, and an Agronomist of
Agricultural Credit 1.
In pfeparatipn for, their schol-
arship training under ICA abroad
the 31 persons picked have been
undergoing intensive training in
the English language at the Hai-
tian-American Institute. Courses
began last May and continued
through to August 26 for those
personnel going to Puerto Rico.
For those picked to travel to the
U.S the English course i: ext-
ended through to this month.
Courses daily have been of four
hours duration each.
Among those persons picked to
travel to the U.S. and Puerto
Rico, leaving early this month,
are:

Mr. Alexandre JEANTY
Mr. Jeanty is employed by the
Planning Division of the Public
Works Department as an Archi-
tect. He has been selected by
ICA-W to participate in a nine-
month course of training in City
Planning (cost accounting) sche-
duled to begin on September 6,
1960.

Mrs Edith LEVEILLE:
Mrs LeveiUlle is an accountant
employed by the Cooperative E-
ducation Program. She has been
selected by ICA-W to participate
in a twelve-month course of aca-
demic study and .- actical obs-
ervation of the principles and
techniques of accounting which
is scheduled to:begin on Septem-
ber l' '

Mrs Ciaire BLANCHET:
Mrs Blanchbt is an employee
in rural education, working in
the capacity of Junior Technici-
an in the Materials Production
Section of .the -Cooperative Edu-
cation Program (CEP-HADO.
She has been selected-by ICA-W
to participate In a course of
study, training and directed obs-
ervations in the field of'graphic
arts, which .is.. scheduled to begin
on September 6, 1960.
Mr Ferdinand EDOUARD:
Mr Edouard is Director of the
Highway Division, Department of
Public Works. He has been selec-
ted by ICA-W to participate in
an eleven-month 'course in ad-
v a nce d highway engineering,
scheduled to begin on September
8, 1960.
Gerard Baptiste, Joseph Bar-
thelemy, Ermite Craft, Yvonne
Desarmes, Marc Aurele Dugue,
Rodrigue Eugene, Marcel Jac-
ques, Francisque Lamour, Ches-
net Phanor, Annelle Pradieu, Da-
rius Pradieu. Jacques Preval,
Serge Viciere, Villehardonin Je-
rome, Jonathas William and He-
liodoro Thimoleon:
These participants are profes-
sors in training at the Rural Nor-
mal School. They have been scl-
ected by ICA-W to participate in
a two-month course of directed
observation, training and consul-
tation in the field of Education
at San Juan, Puerto Rico. which
is scheduled to begin on Septem-
ber 6, 1960.
Mr Robert CASSAGNOL:
Mr Cassagnol is Supervsor of
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TUESDAY A Spec ial Floor
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WEDNESDAY Feature Entert-
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TH-URSDAY "Night .01 Love-
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FRIDAY "Eva & Ernst's" Spe-
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Project of the Cooperative Agri- rural education working in the
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selected by ICA-W to participate of the Teacher Educatiof Sect-
in a forest management training ion in the Cooperative Education
course which is scheduled to be- Program (CEP HADO). He "


Wni un August 17, a960 in thme
United States.

Mr. Frank CARNOT:
Mr. Carnot is an Agricultural
Economist for ODVA (Organiza-
-tion for the Development of the
Artibonite Valley) and he has
been selected by ICA-W to parti-
cipate in an agricultural econo-
mics training course which is
scheduled to begin on August 17,
1960 in the United States.
Mr. Julien BATHARD:
Mr. Bathard is Professor of
Agriculture at the Rural Normal
School in Damien, Port au Prin-
ce. He has been selected by ICA-
W to participate in a training
course in improved practices of
farming which is scheduled to
begin on August 18. 1960.
Mr Leonce GUtERRIER:


has oeen selected by ICA-W to
participate in a course of study
and directed observations in the
field of Education which is sche-
duled to begin on September 6,
1960.

FIRST M.D. FOR
CERCA LA SOURCE
On the list of new assignments
for medical doctors of the year
1959-60 is the name of Dr. Clau-
de Pelrus who has been assign-
ed to the territory of Cerca La
Suurce. Dr. Petrus' appointment-
gives the district its first restd-
ent doctor ever. The newly. ap-
pointed doctor is one of two score
M.Ds moving out on country dis-
trict assignments this week to
fulfill their year's service with,,. :
the State following the reception ;
of their degree.







Sunday September,


PAGE 20


WANDA MAXIMILIEN RECITAL

FRENCH INSTITUTE SEPTEMBER 16


Wanda Maximilien, Haiti's 13-
year-old piano virtuoso, will give
a recital at the French Institute
on September 16. All funds deri-
ved from the concert will go to
the National Conservatory of
Music.
Playing the piano since the
tender age of 7 Wanda Maximi-
lien first studied under the tut-
elage of her 'grandmother. At .S
years of age the young Port au
Princien entered the "Conserva-
toire National de Musique"
where she studied for three year:;


part in the Music Festival of
Aspen, Coloiado, held from Jun"
to August 1959. How many pian-
ists of Wanda's age have, as she
was. been chosen to play with
the American Symphony of New
York? Wanda is to play with the
Symphony at the Brooklyn Mus
eum.
Another New York appearance
was made by Wanda Maximilien
\heni she played on the famous:
program "Music Showcase" in
lthe concert given by WLIB. Wan-
Ida is presently studying at Juil-


under the guidance of Mrs. Hilda liard under the tutelage of the
Price and Micheline Laudun De- grand pedagogue Adele Marcus.
nis. In Port au Prince Wanda has
Wanda's career to date has already appeared in concert at
been one of amazing success for the French Institute two years
one so young. In 1959 she obtain- ago when she played Haydn D.
ed a scholarship from the Juil- Major concerto. .On Friday nighl.
liard School of Music where she at the home of Madame Lina
''on special mention As "excep- Malhon Blanchet directress of
t onal" from the College Facul- the Conservatory, the celebrate
ty. Her Juilliard scholarship was young pianist gave a preview re-
obtained over 780 talented con- cital for the press. Wanda's sist-
testants. k er Gladys is studying" the icello
As a Rockefeller Foundation currentI y at. the Madhattan
scholarship holderWanda took School of Music.
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(Continued from page 2)

staying four days at the Oloffson...
..Mr Harold W. De Ment Assistant General Sales Manager and
Factory Representative for Oliver International, 'S.A. in Clicago
-s greeted here this week by representatives of lie.-:Francisco,
J!ivr of Port au Prince... -
. Miss Marjorie Helen Goody, a lovely teacher from San Francisco
is current guest at the Oloffson...
Misses Eileen F. Kelly. Charlotte A. Beanland and Rosalie Ann
Cuccia three lonely Executaries from New York invaded our
snores tils week to axperienre the Haitian living and keep the
wole' bli.vy. The:, a:.- staying al the Montana lhitll...
L.; w.', 'el-en 1-. i'einscihicber and Pnarma'cst Alvin S. Ro-
nii.4bei-; tiilt he;r e this \\-'ck Icr a ten d:iy 'vii tis quests of
Mr and M Murray K::ol).l...
Dae G',dd, Sales Represcntative for Liberty Tra.cl 3?rvice
in New York is having a few i'a.,s respite at the Hotel Montana.
He is a marvelouss dancer..
Misses Rita Joanne Olson, r.tudent and Sara M. Crosby, a
clerical IIBMi are current gues'ts at the El Rancho..
Gecman Engineer Manfred Schmidt, Technical Supervisor for
a I.ni textile Mill in South Carolina is current guest at the Hotel
Villa Creole..

Riymrnnrl .1. Chrnilen flew back .lo Fort Japl:son, South Carolina
!this ieek. lie just spent a week here with his.parents. Ra3mond
who has made his basic training for three months at Fort Benning,
'coi ga is now completing his *military studies at the Basic Army
dnmiunistrdtion at Fort Jackson South CErolina. He expects to
loin the U.S."Army ih Germany or Japoql-next October..
Carl Frederic Madsen and his friend Dominique Staub. flew to
France this week. Carl and Dominique ate studying Medicine at
c University of Strassbourg, France. Dominique spent two months
ere as Carl's guest. They are both on.their tbird, ear at.the
thool of Medicine..

Dr John R. Sneeler, Ph. D.. arid his wife. Winifred just spent'
cek in Haiti. They were guests at the El .Rancho. Dr. Sheeler
is the Honorary Consul of Haiti inY Houston, Texas where he head,
Department of History at the. University of Houston.--


FRISCOITES BUY ART- HERE


Prominent lawyer. T'litodore L. (udeman from San Francisco,
his home guest.beautiful 14onde C(h'istiua Friederich from Munich,
Germany and wife Mlla iiti stuck in admiration before one of the
maivelous pi ees of work by fated Sculptor Afidre V. Dimanche
us the party visited the artist'iini his Studio at Pacot Rue 3, No. 1,1
Fort au Prince, Haiti. Ted and Marietta bought a beautiful statue
from the artist and-Christel got one too. Aubefaiajolicoeur.
; .1


CONTRASTS.,
(Contiued from R

decked out in their finest.'.
Cs. Just a few hours I0teS1 i
in La Saline attending a .
boche."
Haiti's ,peQ ,e I
strong- ehxdy-1a.
for Wingfe 1
of this country is ve f
people are honest Wndl- |
especially 'in the codutra
But what I find the mst
ing is the unity among
tian people, a strong
ing unity despite all'-thl
ships this country has
"Perhaps Haiti is not;
tiful a country ps fl
is a mysterious and.i
island that has develi
tastic culture quite
where else."
BACK FOR & ,..
Principle aim. for,.Rol.
field in the futur ,tjt
another and more exten
to Haiti. "If I Cou1d" -
get an Interaniericah
Scholarship, (this is a..
change scholarship "yhe
Haitian students,.trala,
S. for study and two 'ait
come to Haiti,) then I
here for a year to'gathe
ial for -my dissertatid
going, to Paris tofi my ,
inrEthnology." ,:
Whidheverr tdfit it
Roland Wi igfieild- 3s .
ed young mn'ja4apdtgE
fallen, under -tbe-.
completely. Pap.,E1
uled -visit next year man
into a far longer sojournvi


TAB^IJ LEG AN
FACrORY HERE? .
(Cononned t-rbw page
will necessitate a large ,'
ment. -*- .
Working 'at this end o4.t
#ness will be. Mouquin/'s
Max Collinet, a Haitian#
dustrialist met in New
Mouquin is'awaitMig theg"!
val of the Haitian Govetq
to open the new fact ry:
machinery is ready for;
and is wa t ig. inNew.Y

MIRAGOANL4
(tontimued from-.p'agdrt
main highWMay to, trfagfAc
,Captain .McFarland ,acd
group are. lodged aq the
nilds Minb' t'M iVRgoe-
they will stay whfile'IieF
a comprehensive rstak,"
lake to determinoretbet. l. I
t h o d of draining ..s.
of blocked, qutlcts has' -
been tried without success,,

U.S. TETS...'
(Continued from page1'I
*anned only, with-4-amesia
program, scheduled to e.
two month pe .iowl'
ejerery .second day, is fi -t
ment with the Interamt
Geodetic Survey and th
Armed Forceay-.
L" *


FOR EVERY OCCASION


SHOES


THE WOl


FAMOUS


"HAITI SUN"O




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