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-i leriM Lar 1e
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Stri f.Under mJint'"
r alier oi September
a rtd rer have prberi that lth
W es saless Uly, capable .of uidetaki
,di u lig mn making a- son' [ob ot
b Capit dstrudtin,' 'Ib' ftany
t .d from aj~t ret visltdr to t. 'Ae'&
Sof pot-b!qd id. revealed' shops and buildico
'-ackl to a contemp-. (Continued on-
p a e- highway.. : .. .. .
: s. ENID IMOSIE
:rem~ rkable revelations BACK AT RIVI
'evidenced since the
'.work started on te ...
olDesevei s:. a.- .P'.Weesner, co-propri
.ipdug Patirbi .'aitfr- -the Hotel Riviera tl'Haiti,
'act ..tha, it smooth ally. signed "for a.'return
*. ddwa y has been, me.t .tiUs, Enid NQIpier,
i ,- ut of .ain 6nsogstresg i io*enjoy
-;jvtU er.t f summer siderable. success in Hait
i ordnd. weeds. years ago.' Miss Mosier c
engineers and work- (Continued on p
JL. IU I
a-t.- t~ahtflatebItW polsgaJ
yeig M~itg .-de ion-db ..d-j-ec
e png to 6 Noiu+elMe*t
. gr- itltn i t;e M l ter"extud..to-s nve.-
:....! as, 'c6Bst .+,! p.+.-
*gi^^ajpun.Qf iteret~a ha ft^
't~lti whpC~o~WM'ad; to hate,
.ND ...GRAR-TS' TO
WiOS HO ORK
.-pbutio'of; t land, at Grand
t e comnmune- of Ba-
fvere made following conm-
on ni13 a4d a.. o unc
.by :tAeIDep ie bt f' Informa-
I WIfltsin 3tdied in its' report
"After i .W'fa6ljhe, Grand Bou-
can du;Sti, interestingg pien-
irisulofri .rnfent. deNip-
pes '-a 'dkid'4tr-'ntinuation of
that f ., separated by
.a sn ,was the ob-
ject solicitude by the
Gove "tt President Dr.
<."'oued on page 3)
FOR HAITI'S PART
A month's st the organi-
zation' and work' "hi'e Haitian
Statistics Institute, i connection
with the taking of.the"_.1961 Cen-
sus. of the Americas,: is being
parried out here) by Dr Octavio
Alexander De Moraes, Brazil,
-and Ana Cosis of Panama. .-'
Dr. tie Moraes, the, Assistant
Secretary General of the Inter-
American Statistics Institute -
(Continued on page 4)
iJ^W ifi.fie-n' Vwa-, manai
fc^^^;^.1}Wdt* ti's ^ II S
^g^<'emnsta~a&'tB'e a,' n t l
rw 41inaii|pwnw^ ap<
-r-ed ,-. -.ces of. m. f l,,;'Ls R&
: "+ ""-'4 I '4M., -Z"-, "=; 'B _.- t""
uiniesse ,. y-,hgn, *raimng Sm,.-e..: p .. .
,ho in.habit and the people who love the Repu.b..'tr .it .
Dpon.e,.e.ring the .eleventhn yeropublicationw" e UY not intendZ
"iing a newspaper but. do' want the- people--o'.i. .,. a." ""ir"
;; cardinal a, m the desire to encharag, help and +publsh',the
:.ows of the march of the Haitian people towards ,a better. more
lias -and never will- serve the InteeMsts o! any power-seking"
sect or -.terest, involved." : ..,
There will, of course, always be some who will accuse us of reer-
ing from that clearly defined road. The answer to these is that
the news columns of The Sun, which cannot be bought, are open
to those wo choose to disagree.
cts caLrdinal aim the desire to tflicbnng, 'help andpublish" th' :i 4
:'ows of the march of n the Haian people towards z betr,' more.
Thwe Sun never has, and never w ill, accept subsidies or mone
paper reflecting the' menterestsof theof Haiti, any other sae, orgammunization, group,
r i-andevi erual. It ll- serve t he n newspaper of the Haitian people.
It willqu neverfea r honest competition, for thplace is a condition that
our kdepot sma he moftHo of the Anme (Continued on pagvtoe 20)
news Impartally, without fear or favor,' regardless of any party- .
seet" or interest.involved." :..-
- There will, of course, always be'some who will accuse us of rter-
ing fom that clearly defined road. The answer to these is that
the news columns of The Sun, which cannot be bought, are open
to those who choose to disagree.
The Sun i.ever has, and never will, accept subsidies or money
from the government of Haiti, any other state, organization, group,
hr individual..lt,,$ the newspaper of the Haitian people.
It will never fear honest competition, for that is a condition that
(Continued on page 20)
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PAGE 2 H At I SUN SUNAY SEPT. 18th,. -
: Mr Sin'dler reipdied tha,.'Jrri met this week .with 50 PAA EGLISE SAiNTE: CA ,
Sales. Agents over 'he 4L. DEDICAED D.AT U'a
AS:. RECOUNTED .A ring Ra offi in funurii b"unesm ,Nw .-York is sharing The Right Rev. C. AIded .V
his lodgiing between' Ibo-Le*"tC ahd Beau Rivage. gel, Bishop e E
'BY ..Harvey-E. Coleman, a Lieutenant of the Cleveland Fire Depart, Churcht o ri Sd
nient is currently visiting the country with his wife Dorothy. They Croix of Lrogane yesterday
.. .AUBELIN bLTCOEUR re .guests. at Hotel .Cboueoune. 8:30am. ... ,.;.
Noted tSp&nish painter Angel Botello arrived here this week Leogabne's :peop'
-. t T m ..l d.wif., orm .hri... a gusie .nd two adopted children ,Reltor.,Pere.. Perte 1ev
Vith. wife, -.tormer-"Chri." k A"gp' foll& froM tlie-.'dmit .
WV~arl 4 tn T Q'onth a uan 6 3:' Z. The:= Bb.tc'o- ,who;. livc in 3i x.lIB'., .
MIlmanq-1.4 diontl al &a.^0, rV n In in &
-,Thi'W e"k ." ,'9,
-Pd. rd4ighW s guests Dr Ajndre Favre d 'bers of the clergy.
o- ? Physici.and Psychiatristt from Geno'a, Switzerland, and wife out the c o'u n it,
.A dinner 'party,. was given. Thursday night at El Rancho Hote Vl Madeleii'ee, .J% i.td.reud, Dr Favre .Wears a beard., the dedication, service ot.
!y Mi, Everett tSirdw. 'br3,. Vice-President of Compagnie d'Eclaia Tj ei T QbS,were- jipd| jed Wednesday by an Australian Chbcgaiiehwh'-e n .
rage Electrique in .honor of Mr Allen-. Miller, Manager of the Sc1i"b.Mr. ,i'ds V De. and hisBoi- conf ii at..
'Electiei Plant of.Cap-Htei, in observancee of 50 years of loyal' canian ae .u irve Daen from anturce, P.
:.service. The party included I1IM. Albert Celcis, Richard Mul, Ra. (]a.9Mt s 'r .d here this. wveel; .D r, Dnal& .vhbe 'the, ootiersfoIq
iTFelix Heyliger, --enry Issel,. AliT Catneau, Paul Rey, Auguste, (Coniunied on page 4' s ed a.nd th e .buddi.'.
-'Guerin, Gordon Reid, Edward- Co.cou, James Clearn. A selection .
I f."the best food and.wines has- been made to give the dinner a. .' 'II, .. ..
'cachet special." Mr'iller as- very touched at the kind words --,:-
said .by Mr., Shrewsbury, at he toast. It brought him back his -' ,.. ..
.,f ..d- fiemonrids of ,1910 when .hi arrived .jere from Jamaica as a S
un gElectxical Engineer to install the. Power'Plant of the ori- ,
.i'a"vLElgc tiiiqu. --* F.rF hinet ee'ir veirs 'h Worked at the 'Central ' .
ON FA OUS AM ...OCA.TA.A"
ce ti fullsati'sfitction f li elcvers who 'e Phim re- .. ON AM U-FLAG .'SISTERSHI
ninappo~ihing mi Maiaget o. h ap Hr-tien PJwer '-." .
.-6' I6e kept; for 31: years Now he can
$os'e either, to rema dfheV Magh.er he C mpany. or to be-.
o ,me onsultant i&*ith 'all. pivileges 'of the, tittle till ,he- decdes --; ....--
to" rebewith a tpetsion. En ineerMifr hlas .been invited by''
DgetorA the ".t'et, Ctrn tny ~ysist thdir New;. AR OSNA ..
ces, an. ,'some other prpertso the Cortpany.. He will' Yeave "
Sj onbo.rd. of P .a Lier for a six week trip. i:
-bOL ;Hotel,.. 4e.. Going 6 4 M alace -is leled ;"the. roost,
anew sparen an h a'tetr pe p,. and Mso 'a Haven
ui r d*t pla e cd of the Psychiarists 4
ioS a ...Ae. ,,s 't ,.. -o ..the e. L -
peston. ,as. asked a aps werd 'on ce b a nof.d "Psy-, ..
S orWhen the practicionner leave this c liets T ,.
vae tions, he feels a ,kid o guilt,. sad he. and if he c.u t
'on s C ty at ved ten' days a o on ** ...; 1 "' " .. *' ; ^^"" : ^" '" i*-
.le vti re. "a offer-omf and oi e de re. thout I.. d- .
4 1"r tAl't iDoA itb4. 6iotc ;"Oo ffson o, th e ba1e -' '.t' ,
u' 'i'th sd ni Psriatrist at the loffon, "
,h international i, Chicago, ario Sto lo a l. .,.v r i ;ble'pa:lo;
iiib uee, Boriae e& sped: anh outstvi thae,,
Sxkei' ill NbAl they Mae inhibit there ald t and i'- ed i .'( .i,
.W u-.ces.h'D t- De i DrWa eiyne: Hartd,.. a Psych-. ra e
c ireasy. rshiptofAC^^z '* 8 EAMERAftyU.
i O-adsC- a rived woten days ago on .
,Mac o fli 's iou d pya the.bagpipe, Kitty .': ,^-' Ask or older of IF
iid e e g. Marlene (Kitty) Katz,of .e 'o'I' r ; i-ri Caribbean. Also 1 and G -day
buH.ich the tar-d h.eloam. a ..... o,..V .. Bal.loN on the L ,Cifc .. G'.
i4f : '"A. MacDo w(hbe. cotcli romo artoe the bin ep through the o
-i. ".He t. l d- t e. a, ll RAVEL AGEN'
te'curli atidia in Cfhi chgo, ter ,Coopervog4, a vBrth LIN OLN -.. -. -.
iefStar f Oando,, a ard' wDoem'c Bonafede, aEe is outide '-r l
^ g alea i'Weva the iam.'i Heral and t': J#
.i f Rat.,e.oricho% .-. M/ ,, 1 L
1 a din d ,e Pres dent Manager .of t be, Rancho isl ow .''con-. Sg :-;-.. ; v ,. .... ... .. t .'. "; ^.'.1.; J *'.* '.. ', i '/ -- IFi:l"
t .e -s enetots Ne__p ph o M d .Radioam e ald a d T :"p'fl_ :..h'. 6tr heb e k,,1i '
oe New kan s dhereote .s
hyidet(..sohfgf,1,: dDryi ,thu F b iai(' 14 erd ann. ...e ';gr.taoan
9 . ,, f.&U.I.. the' show wo.l:. '1, d.. .....e..- "., SPEC IAL..eR.S ,1 fl-0k
r an VA 91 ,tt- uan o4 i 't he' -apo4rs hi .of Al Seitzd Od-ne r .
r.4 4tp of" -' -' L -'. F- AR
.. .....- hn.. ./ af 'A t ,," ,. -,.
MADv o (th-e4D Ma ,LWU i the'.',"pe' 4"sp oru' ,. .lr of
.q-'Cat) would-~ do.. the.- trp-teasetc. Butthe iiould .d i o lun
o 4e '. '4 o :,,
( .,wu ,.- ,. OW no ,I Caribbean.- Also 1 and 2-da o,
V ,N ,-alti. : of.. d'the H a nl- ATouard jitte -rol. 4 ";..'';.....'. .. .. . "f the P
i' .::-.',& e'. ,ep ,- So He r.., l wore d' with' l '.-. mightyy lock' of the Panam .canal. ''-"'"
c MVv':.' .. 'te.'r.' C Chster Coop r,, "'-,. .B"AI..M LINCOLN EL..
'Im. wb wriHtin a.. o
.,' is' "414 "4
""o4 'n ,..14d r ..
P0,' V. ..4at-..
... ,, ,, : ', : : . .
AN SERIOUSLY WOUNDED
BY. TWO ATTACKERS
alter, of German swiftly taken care of and the
ian employee of victim was removed to the Se-
Neuve, was seri- dren d'lspensary and later
'during an attack btoUMiht t6 the Cahiape Vert Hos-
y two Haitian ex- pital for further treatment of his
on September 7 wounds.
en location according
e Government Infortn-
"that'Walter and two
gently fired from Se-
S Baptiste Mathleu
PLANS TO HONOR
CHIEF OF STATE
cQeant- were seated A number of Senators met at
jj.,l.ub when. they be- the office of Senatur Dieudonne
rolled in a hotly de- Legros of fhe Northwest,. Presid-
upute. ent a.i. of the Higher Corps, on
1'Ithe argument, stated 'September 12 to formulate the
' Haitians attacked Mr. offering of a reception in honor
PWm Wounded him sern. of the President of the Republic,
Ithe face and neck with Dr Francois Duvalier, on the 'oc-
iJ hts. Lieutenant casion of "The day of National
'21,'FAd'H, (retired,) Sovereignty" September 22.
o ginerat order at A. committee 'was formed to
ind in.,the night club at hanoe aiTangements for the re-
.,. dared. or. the 3rd an-
S r'esa dbb).' Gbernment -of
'ip the fracas. Dr Duvalier, which, reports Le
legal formalities were Matin, will be given I- tfie Le-
-" gislative Corps in the illa, Cre-
ole Hotel in Petionvillre
I. ON VACATI.N Com[tosing those pree"t at the
John 'Quinn, in charge meeting were, Senato,'.. Gesner
oes at the Bowen Field Kersaint, D. Legros, Pressoir
1 bay a "FIda, Bayard;i D a t p Daumec, Henry
d&~ Mfa mily las t, Marc-Charles, Cha rite Louis,
ei-is expected-, back in Joanel Lucas, Dr. Gerard Mi-
"i' time. Don Overly is chel, Jeai-Marie. Moise, L ouis s
e' 2. years to relieve Raymond, Ulrick St. Louis, Se-
S " "'neque Pierre and Senator Joseph.
(Continued from page 1)
The final score was FAd'H 914,
to 902 for the Marine Team, out
of a possible, 1,000 points. After
completion of firing at the 300-
yard line the Haitian team led
by 29 points as' the shooters mov-
'ed back to the 600 yard firing
line. There the Marines began
to narrow the margin but the
FAd'H team came through with
a strong finish.
Lieutenant Colonel- Rene Leon
supervised the competition as
Match Executive Officer. The
FAd'H Team' consisted pf Capt-
ain M. Philippe, Team Captain,
Lieutenant C. Edeline, Sous-Lieu-
tenant F. Benoit, and Sous-Lieu-
tenant G. Marcel. This is the
same team that won high-'hon-
ors, in the International Compe-
tition'held in Panama last April.
The tearp of the USS SPRrNG
FIED was. captained by First
Sergeant' Eugene Lyne, and cons-
isted) of Captain John Oliver,
dunnery Sergeant Devlin, and
Higl individual shooter was
Lieutenant C. Edeline, FAd'H,
with a score of 240 out of a pos-
,Captain J. C. Klinedinst of the
U.S. Naval / Mission entertained
all- participants at his home im-
mediately following the match.
TOnly 25 Days. Left To
NLY 25 DAYS LEFT TO PURCILA SE YOUR SWEEPSTAKES
4, TICKET ON THE "CAMBRIDGESHIRE", OCTr-26t*i -
'AT NEWMARKET, ENGLAND
E THE OCTOBER 20th DRAWING OF R.H'H.E.F. SWEEPSTAKE
IN EVEN GREATER SUCCESS THAN THE FIRST DRAWING--
OVER $40,000 WAS DISTRIBUTED IN PRIZES:
THE WINNER OF THE TOP PRIZE- RECEIVED $20,000
The sale of tickets infall of Haiti is extended to
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13th, 1960,
Tickets cost $2.00 each Books of 12 tickets cost $20.00
faciall receipts can be obtained immediately at our new offices. S.W.
er Rue du Centre and Rue des Miracles.
w .- .
'.SURE THE SELLER O'F THE TICKET TS KNOWN TO YOU AND
IAND THE OFFICIAL RECEIPT WITH THE STAMP OF L.E.H.
", TICKETS WITHOUT RECEIPT ARE VOID
AND CANNOT WIN A PRIZE.
. LAND GRANTS... Le Matin, "that the Chief of the
(Continued from page 1) Executive gave the operation alll
the legal guarantees, as he did
Francois, Duvalier. when he was making the same
"With the legal *formalities ov- act of reparation towards those
er, his Excellepcy the President of Ile a Vache who had been,
of the Republic, signed over 47 working on the lands for yeai-s
property titles in favor of the but were not enjoying it fully.
farmers of the place." For the peasant owner will not,
in the future, have to face such
The newspaper added that such surprises as menaces of ?deposs-
steps, multiplied throughout the session and possessory actions
country, s how ed a persistent etc."
thought, a definate -and rational
program to solve, following the
same lines of thought qf the Fa- MIAMI VACATION
others of the Country, after 180-4.
on the positive aspects of the Dick and Mrs Forgbam left
agrarian reform; an agrarian re- with their fariily, for Florida's
form not imposed upon by the vacation land on Friday and will
reclamations of a desperate so- be gone for several weeks. Dick
cial-economic condition and is the Director of "Brasserie
this made all the price and all Couronne" which bottles Cokes
the value of it. and Colas among other activit-
"We must recognize," stated ies. ,
L. I. W IU ; I'[ tNSi
,.i': ...NO OVERWEIGHT: '! .
"Adc TOlMS PROBLEMS
I; ". " ,' : ' .
YEAfO S NOW TOURISTS HAVE BEEN PLAGUE WITH -
CARTING LIQUOR. THEY HAVE PURCHASED, with over-
weight charges, with customs problems. In one,. fell
S swoop La Belle Creole has' made it possible t6 have
iqor purchased abroad, particularly in Haiti, delivered .
your home, in most cases at prices cheaper than youI
can bring it through, accompanied by all your other
aHere's at you S7r.
ON A CARTON OF FIVE BOTTLES
MYN. 'Del.aur N.Y. Your
Price* warehouse Home"
1. Bell's Special Reserve Whisky $32.20 $13.50 $16.50
2. Hianky Bannister Finest
' Scotch Whisky 29.90 13.50 .16.50
3, J. & B Rare Scotch Whisky 33.0Q' 13.50 16.50
4, Ballantine's Scotch Whisky 32.3' 13.50 16,50
5, Queen Anne Scotch, Whisky 31.4' 13.50 16.5 1
Gilbey's Spey Royal Whisky 31.2
Black & White Scotch Whisky 32.(
John Jameson *** Irish Whisky 29.9
Cenadian Club Whisky 1'
Beefeater Gin 8 4
Cherry Heering 44.
irvey's Bristql Cream Sherry 33 5
13.50 6i :
19 50 162.50
." 5.00, '. 14.50
S?1,0 ',0 '*,4.00
2 25.00 ".-48.00
SET; 1l8h;i 1960
SUNDAY SEPT. 18th, ,l96o1
HAITI CENSUS IN 1961 JOCELYNE BAKER IN HAITI THIS WEEK .
WEDS EDOUARD GENTIL (Continued from page 2)
(Continued from page 1) has been established that Latin
IAS[- is also Chief of the divi- America is an area rapidly grow- A Sacre Coeur wedding at 6:30
sion of Technical Operations of ing countries the mortality pm. on Saturday, September 10, Guy Higgins, a representative for Park Davis. Don is staying
the Pan American Union while rate is steadily r'ecreasing while united in marriage JoscelynerBa- %\eek at the Montana. .
Ana Cosis is employed by IASI the birth rate co, rinues to climb. ker, daughter of Mr and Mrs- ..The New Kerosen stoves put out by the ESSO in its cam'pai.
as a program specialist in the Ana Cosis has published a work Edouard Baker, .Au Lincoln, Sto- against erosion have been ery well received all over. The-"Po
field of census. on housin- cc.isus a-,d was the res pro tors and Edouard -e currently visiting te country: Mr C. Chester Cooper
The two census experts came director of census 'in Panama in "Ditto" Gentil. Manager of er,
to Haiti on, Tuesday from the 1950 "Ten years in this head West Indies International .Tele- -e of the HADO will make a demonstration of the stove ir.
Pan American Union in Washing- ache she stated this week on a phone Co. and only son of En- next home demonstration agents meetings.' Nine burnere',ilw blI
ton and will study Haiti's cen- visit to t':e Haiti Sun. The two ginger and Mrs Edouard Geltil. used in their demonstration in the schools so that teachers'i-:';
sus problems for the IASI. The IASI members were accompani- The Turgeau wedding was of- hart ec, ,omics may experiment them in demonstration sea.*
census of the Americas includes ed by Mr Joeph V. Pierre- iciated by Father Nantin, the Thrsday arrived here Misses Marsha Sandberg and Julia..
the whole continent and also Ca- Louis wio was recently promoted Sacre Cueur Cure, and 62 brides-es r Trnto. i a. ,.'.
nada which is not a member of from his position as the chief of maids ad escorts, the -brides- cctte, two charming young ladies from Toronto. Miss. Sand
the Organization of Americar the Census Bureau to a new maids dressed in white nylon is a Tiavel Agent for the CLAIRE WALLACE TRAVEL AGERN.Nf,
States, OAS, but is affiliated to post as Director of the Haitian mouchete withy puffed sleeves, and Miss Julia Ruscetta is a Representative for UTELL iINTMA.
IASI. Institute of Statistics. square neckline and a blue sash- NATIONAL in Toronto. Greeted by an Official of the Commiri
While here they will co-ordin- es of nylo1, attended the bride onal du To, isme here, the two charming victors have el
ate the Haitian census program BEjACHCOMBER proceeding the marriage cere- hRe
and tie it up with the Interame- mnony. The civil wedding and re- ed complementary lodgings at the El Rancho. They have visil.e
rican project so as to ensure Robert Heraux, 15. Therese ception was held at the exchl- all the points of interests wtsth the good intent to help the'.,.
uniformity and comparitible re- Bissainthe of Heraux Tours and sive Bellevue Club. motion of the tourist trade in Haiti. They are keen exponeit .
suits. Mrs Dell West, all celebrated The bride wore a beautiful the Haitian meringue.
A few Latin American count- their birthdays with a comple- white lace and tulle gown within
ries have taken their 1961 cen- meant of three cakes at the Sans Italia. neckline and long sleev- t.
sus already and these include Souci Hotel on Friday evening. es. Her finger lip veil fell from O- 4 O '
U.S. Mexico, the Dominican Re- George Heraux presented young A pearl crown and had a long ','
public,, Brazil and Argentina Robert with a nian-m:lag" train carried by three small 19 f l a LSa~,aai..-
wliich', concluded its census poll bottle of Three Star Barbancourt. girls. Mrs Edith Bouchereau I K
this, month. Chile is marked for W. M. Gibson, a sugar plant made the wedding dress. .
census taking in November. Pa- engineer from Jamaica is in town
nama in December of his year for a few days he has done work Matron of honor for the wed-
and Haiti will conduct her sec- on the Aux Cayes Mill in the ding was Mrs Edouard Gentil,
" 'ond census in, 1961. This will be past. the. groom's mother; she wore a
the second census of the Ameri- Bill Sermond. the man in char- bois de rose gown. The bride ,
cas. ge for Pan American Airways was given away be her father
maintenance on the mechanical Mr. Edouard Baker. The Sacre 4 Th onl sweet LIQUEUR made in Scotlad' on0
This program of census 'taking side at Bowen Field. left Haiti Coeur Church was specially de finest l d SO H I ,
is part of the world census of Thursday for a Miami vacation. coratc-d fo. the wedding with the basis o0 the finest pure old SCOTCH WIK ,3
populations and agriculture spon- During his absence his role will beautiful floral decorations by Indispensable for festivities,. and for every 0oCa
scored by the United Nations and be filled by Mr. Don Overly who Betty Drouin whp recently re- Sion.
FAO, the agricultural organiza- held the position at the airport turned to Haiti Irum studies in E,X, EXCLUSIVE AGENTS: '
tion attached to the U.N. In 1950 for four years at one stage. He France P T MARM
20 qf the 22 member countries is here with his Argentinian Th- popular N,,ung couple are L. PREET MAN-AGGERHOLM & CO.
of the IASI took their census. It %ife Sheila. honeymooning in Boutillier .o'-' 4 4 .
The Casino International D'Haiti
TAKES PLEASURE IN PRESENTING
Miss Enid Mosier i.
t AND" N
SONG AND COMEDY TEAM OF INTERNATIONAL PRESTIGE ONM ,-
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 AT 11PM '
SBamboche Room '
Hotel Riviera DHaiti
MINIMUM CHARGE $2 PER PERSON AIR CONDiTIONED
During the remodelling of the CASINO INTERNATIONAL D'HAITI their gambling facilities have been
transferred to the HOTEL RIVIERA D'HAITI adjoining the BAMBOCHE ROOM. "t
"" "' .;_:"'i "" "" '^^ ^^^^^ >^^';
SPT. 18th,. 1960 I A'l I ..'AG
HA T "Song.cfor the, wdding-. cere ni 1.ho- p i g that the HATI
S HAITI SUN "' 'SUN' o't Jse this opportuni-
i AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPER For your information, ,and as ty to show by a rectification its
'.ipuo Weekly P.bUshed Sdnday.Jeorai.g" a rectification, I would like to usual probity and 'courtesy, I'. -.
Mtlllhe-. BERNARD DIEDERI!il Let you know-that the songs at remain,
N.. . the wedding were performed by Sincerely yours,
ntkRlFpoisable MAUCLAI LABIBSSIERE P S a group of twelve singers: the William Reos "
ROR OETHE INTER-AMERICAN PRESS ASSN. Six Boys of the SOM. four from P.S.-S-OM Is the Sextier Orie.
ESTABLISHED IN 1950 September 14th, 1960. the "Chonur des Cousins" and onico de Mexico.
To the'Director of two from the "Chorale Ste The-
The "Haiti Sun", rese." Th.e twenty- nine sinrges,
COMING LEGISLATION FOR MINORS Port au Prince. of the Choeur des Cousins did '
iWtbnion .'of the committee dhar!ged Mith the Dear Sir: not sing at Miss Fouchard's wed- ARRESTST FOR
|E&'proj .'t of legislation for niniors, met in t he I have read in the last issue ding, It would have been so POLITIC-AL.
,ttfeDireoto'r General of the Institute of Social of your paper a reporting titled mnich better to call the group REASONS -
i. Research --Dr JFcqiges P. Fourcand- O FISCIIL-FOUCHARD MARRIA- "CHOEUR lMARIAGE CLAUDI-
i0 .esearh, -Dr.1 .esF. a According to rumors,. L Jour. '.o
GE. in which it Is stated that NETTE" as many people did it. According to ruMors, Le Jour
f$. week. and Le Matin the police hall
..Ketty Hyppooite, 'i Judilcial atibached toIB-. to expend., their time and money in an effort 'to 'brighit- made a number iof arrests for':.
.-the project of legisllatioft Which" was en up their surroundings thenn it ib certainly good en political reasons. ,
i'the committee under 'the Presidecy. of tough for those establislhInents who have, 'to date, failed .
4itd. Those composing the group were: .to, do anything or'to make an effort,, to ..galb a pot df Cited -by the dailies as under.: '
gei-Noel, de- la Coui d'Appdl, le. Commiseaire 'paint and brush and start weildihfg. and some of bhe esg owe eustavye Biourd '
tesy, -Lawyer Ketty .Hyppoliteo Colonel Jac- unpainted edifices 'are large going concerns -. i-in -Erancois, Pascal F 'ra'. .a-
ie,eGeralrd Gourgue, Chef de la Delinquanbe Civi' pride is. something that 'all should 'take part in. cois, planter Piertre Baker,' A
.ierre Jean p.enis, Contentieux, 'Mrs Jeanine dOaiti has unfortunately 'been labelled 'by 'some in the dre Riobe,.Pierre Labissiere and>
Auf-du,.Service Social Professioniel, Dr. Em- past as a city not-over strict on appearance and clean- Henry Du-na. : .
on, Direteurdu Ce n t r e d'Orientatio;n lines; Boulevard Jean Jacques Dessalines is a/ thriving
:njpe, r0eteunr de_ O~ntre dAb eueil a .d'Ed- symbol of- hat.can be done with a little work. H. TROUILLO'"
ldte'it yera'l de la DefenseSciale..- 'Even if appeals for participation for the sake of eivic; ROUSSAN CAMILIB
an exdhamge of views by those :present a pride should Pall on deaf ears, "the owners -of the un- WIN $,2000 PRIZ0ES-
inmission .was formed and charge ., study painted buildings must realize 1hat a coat of paint .an
of La er Hyppolite. This conis will neither do' their business any harm, nor, in the 'long Historian Henock Troullot andz.
at. the, TI n ute of Social 'Wefai s ru&ar, their pockets. q, Poet' Roussan Camile .won the
ru", Jean-Jacques Dessalines pyri zi ale
qy Se.ptePiber 19 and is conmpo dof O for History and. Dumarsas Es-- -
,:.. Noel, onel Jacques Lace, time for poetry .it was announced -'
g 4a t i Drsontm itouybo. this\ week. aon
lc hped 'that the legiSlation. which The vo pzes which amount
e-protection odf Iait's oiftren, talet t* t9 two thousand dollars each.will
r .he, rotection a attIitr 2hrn 'alv -? l lbe presented to the winner by -
m t he itte 'fs ho at present are Minister Paul Blanchet on .the
.Iy by y'i.r poor country parents part ,df Presideot -Dr. Francois -
S ti iotmer.este a*ec" ilde Duvaliers during the September
",.,aitamreany'eintanc 22 festivities.
usea r s 'tovbrr e d nnist e." ..- :t "c & The jury composed of Dr. -Rene
earA. nye2ie- :.: e y Piquion, Jeah Fouchard, Emma..
t coauoin h a&ipre4ously 'outlined thede. nuel C. Paul and Gerard,. Lau-
.y.of a Boys' Town ,projbt 'to counteract the / rent gave Mr Trouillbt hisp.
delinquencyy `uini' gt 'the nation's youth. *4, jil!. for a 300 page works 'entjtld-
..' LLbungboy-froml-ia dhe e-om-o js ad - .~"'F' "Structure Econonmgue d'Haiti ';
.e se w ua Jl ". sous Boyer". and M1taxmille for '
of th.helpless stra from there e ity home '-- .
a foremost h and imsperative project. -fifty pa poe,"Multip ..snc
AT OF PAINT, FO CIVI3 P RIDE
SINTRODUINLe Picardie 4
namingg paintwork, renovations an'd a profu-
signt Boulevard Jean Jacques Dessalines, dur- THE LA TEST INOFFCE FRNTURE -FRENCH RESTAURANT
pat f6w weeks, bas undergone a va!t transfror- WHERE COMFORT MEANS RETUR4/S
from a neglected and doudy unimponing.thor- 5000 In Petionville t.
eto a clean,. cotlorlul and bustling main street L.INTI
'back a little 'further to a date six months ago iO -- -
Aflecti.g the appalling condition of bolth road-. CHAR L S DL I AN C SNAILS ONION SOUP'.
d" buildings, it is hard to place that pot-hole ,
rac lined with 'drab houses and dhops, in com RUE/BONNE FOI FISH LOBSTER OR CONCH
S,-- ..a *".,. nawliir nn P cinlaAnes t hat
nI WIUU1 'ft} SImUaUmo tL 'J a LI' r an S a g .,y ',w,. ,.
-~'"the same place today. -
"dict that shop owners and 'householders do their
fards making the Boulevard, in the word's olf
i" Prince' s Iayovr Jean Deeb "'the most be'au-
'ulevard in the world," "by painting and renovat-
ii estiablishments, was met 'by nost with fer,
brighten up the main street.
Widfence of the work of the people of Boulevard
Icquese DessaJlines, brightly painted shop fronts
'ea have been appearing daily during the past
eIeks. Unfortunately there is always the CunI-
jd.'objector who either takeE his time.aJbout fall-
i.e 'with 'the majority or 'out rightly refuses to
Vit is that despite the bustling activity and the
Wibeing 'attained, eye-sore patdhes of dirty pairn't
buildings could still be seen in places along the
$s good enough for all those little shop owners
= *r:i n*~ ,ctl .'i li .b eni.pavsa'n
MAJESTIC AND MARABOUT
SITUA CED ON PETIONVILLE SQ JARb.
PLEASANT AND COLORFUL
EUROPEAN OR AMERICAN PLAN
MAJESTIC AND MARABOUT
ALSO OFFER SPECIAL RATES
Mrs Gerard BALTHAZAR,
FURNITURE FOR SALE:
Dining foom, Living room and
Petionville, Tete de l'Eau 99,
Ipm to ipm, except Sunday.
Cruise-Ships Due This Winter
DATE SHIP COMPANY ARRIVES
?; 4-EVANGELINE Eastern Ship Corp.
k- 10--NIEUW AMSTERDAM Holland America Line
'-21-HANSEATIC Home Lines 7:00 A,M.
; 25-EVANGELINE Eastern Ship Corp.
;-26--HANSEATIC Home Lines 11:00 A.M.
: 28-NIEUW AMSTERDAM Holland America Line
29-OCEAN MONARCH Furness & Co. 8:00 A.M.
K 31-IIANSEATIC Home Lines 11:00 A.M.
5- f-FRANCA C Alantic Line 11:00 A.M.
,. -11I--FRANCA C Atlantic JLine 9:00 A.M. 1
'1 l TATEMDA? Holland America Line 8:00 A.M.
.20-FRANCA C Atlantic Line 11:00 A.M.
24-SS NASSAU Incress Nassau Line 8:00 A.M.
':325-FRANCA C Atlantic Line 2:00 P.M.
DECE SIBER 1960 -
T4-SATEMDAM HollaMl'Aiierica Line 10:00 A.M.
'7--FRANCA C Atlantic Line 10:00 A.M.
SU-NIEUW AMSTERDAM- Holland America Line 10:00 A.M.
-~ 1--JERUSALEMl Ame. Israeli -Ship Co. 8:00 A.M.
17-BIANCA C Atlantic Line 11:00 A.M.
19:-FRANCA. C Atlanti- Line 10:00 A.M.
"25--FRANCA C Atlantic Line 8:00 A.M.
;;-MAASDAM Holland America Line 11:30 A.M.
.-LIB TE Freuch Line 8:00 A.M.
if- 9MAURET'ANIA' -Cunard Line 8:00 A.M.
E .-JEalSALEM Ame.. Israeli Ship Co. 8:00 A.M..
#31 FRANCA C Atlantic Line 12:a0 A.M.
IJA ARY. 1961-_
::' IANCA C Atlantic Line :00 P.M.
VlOTTERDAM .' Holland America Line 7:00 A.M.
7'. EL.'WAMSTERDAM Holland America Line 11:30 A.M;.
,-CE4AN MONARCH Furness & Co. 8:00 A..1i.
ANCA C Atlantic ine 8:00 A.M.
2kFRnANCA.-' ' Atlantic Line; 8:00 A.M.
ANCA .. -, AtlwaULine 2:00 P.M.
SJROTTEl-. Holl:.diAmerica Line 5:00 P.M.
MPRESS O'N LAND* ConC.i, Pacific Line 9:00 A.M.
'55- -ANTILLES .resch lfkine 8:00 A.M.
,-1IN.A'N & ,:,' AtliHlo.:I.-ine :ULP4II.
S -. ,RAANCAS'. AtlaaNmaine 1400 A.M .
'.-HOMERIC" Home hales 8:00,A.M.
R -, -B ,V. ?. 4 . . .
I" .At,'"-- Afatnfic.io'ne 3:00 A.M.
T 14 AT -.America Line 9:00 A.M.
r J Y 1M 1d"- oria Linte n7:00 A.M.
E. ": -.el Ship Co -8:00. AiM -
r -0-OT N .ONT- -. -F Ir Aessmeri Cao 9:00 A.M ,
!^- IA , ". AtlaB,:e..i ne-; .* 0 LWf r.S- -
-;.-" ome Lines '"7:00 A.M.
E 'E-' ,'':- e" '" .Nor Geprman Lloyd 9:00 A.M." '
i 0 c -,aI IP'Cc, bif Lne s11:00 A.M.
SFrei th Line 8:00 A.M.
RESS OF ENGI4ND Cahaian'P ac fic"lne 10:00 A.M.
L_ T SS E VKDAM Holland Amerhia Line 8:00. AIVM.
UEN FREDERIC(A Home Lines, 8:00 A.M.
2zCil B CA .- Atlantic. Lite 11:00 A.M.
l2-ST TNDAM. Holland America Line 7:00 A.M.
2-BANCA C ". Atlantic rlne 1:00 P.M.
s2-94 RUSALEM -, Ame. Israeli Ship .Co. 8:Q0 A.M. -
!N2I-. t. AMSTERDAM,. Holland America Line 12:00 A.M.
28-FRANCAC Athi ntic -Line 12:00 A.M.
i RCH 1961' .
&ZYxM.PRESS -0F ENGLAND Canadiadi Pacific ,,10:-00 AM '
0:2-HOMEBtc "' :.' Home Lines' -W 8100 A.M.
%QUEEN FREDDR!CA Home Lines 8 :00. A.M. L
,7rANTILLES' ' .. Frnch. Line -48:00 A.M -.
--,RANCA G Atlantic Line A:00 P.M.
.-OCJEAN MoN.ONARC Fness & Co. ':00 'A..
tBIANCA C Atlantic Line 1:00 P.M.
,ASTATENDAM Holland America Line 9:001A.M.
E-RUSALEM Ame. Israeli. Ship Co. 9:00 A.M.
EME North German Lloyd ,7:00 A.M.
IK -IANCA C ..Atlantic Line 10:00 A.1.
'FLANDRE .. rench Line 11.10 A.MI
t aILrW AMSTERDAM "4-
riMmRIC .". '
bCEAN .i ONARCHi
,: A ,
4 4-.- 4-
4 444-~474 4
Furness & Co.
- Atianc Line .. 11:00 A.M.:
Hollanid America .Line 7:00 A.M.
'Atlatic Ine 0. 0:00 ;.M..
Atlanlic Line NOON
Atlatic Line 11:00 A.M.
5:.10 P.M. .
5:00 P.M. (12)
1:00 A.M. (25)
12,:03 A.M.. (12)
' 3:00 P.'M.
2:00 A.M. (29)
1:00, A M. (30-'
2:00 A.tL (30)
2:00 A.M'. (31)
4:00 A.M. ( 1)
2:00 A.M. ( 8)
*: 10:00 P.M. '
4 4:'00 EM.
... 8:00 P.M.
.* .. 1:00- A.NM. (24)
.-.._. '1:00 A.NT. (36).
S. 6:00 P.M.
2:00 A.M. (29)
S- 2:.40 P.M.i (1)
*". 2:00. A.M. ,
.- S '--6:60-PiM.
S' :00 POO
:.: 0 -2:Q0 A.-.' )
*" .. ..s':oo..2..- ;
3:00 A.M. (22)
11:00 P. .
2:00 A.M. (13)
2;00 A.I. ( - -. 7:.00 .M .;-
S 6:00 P.M...
S 7:00 P.M.
1:00 A.M." (P'1)
.2:00 A.M. C 13)
i 5:00 P.M.
1:00 A.M. ('
12:00 P.M. .
2:00 A.M. ( 7)
* 4:00 P.M.
*' 7:00 P.M.
BEST FOOD -IN THEIf..f CARIBBEAN!!
,T ^ CABANE CHOUCOUNE" ..
i .d'eser ([ed in. the TORONTO GLOBE AiT
4- f ..ALA.NE- J. H.IEINTZMAN whow.
:-. HrOTEL, CHOUCOUNE during the oiintlh% 4
S' "-Februiary 1960:, .*4
OUR- HOTEL, theChoucoe, e wQs aBout five. miles
She cily' of Petionvili. This .js the reskdential-section wfij
-'oiLCs aX tiodern anid tle k qtels' are )avishik f citBa1fe
cnd the loyd can be.highly..reco mnerited. The-usual ;rie m i
ftartf off with .a rum punch minixed- wvith .wl.d hopey _a-z.Lin1
S'le; The pext possibility could be' faminig lobster, fried'
i, rice and black'inushrooms, ayd ,hen perhaps sweet potato
'i1,zal from hotel night life, Potionoille.possesses a night -alu.
ij'e In. e Jest Indie,. the CABANE. CHOUCOUNE, a,',"4
S f bamboo, shaped like an inverted icecieaim ucbne.'",!
.:0turior looks like the. chief's hut in an African village, ',buti
6rior contains a large, smooth dance floor where,: a.:gog
S .-Itestra plays .the usual meringue.". :-".
SIURSY & TURDAY EVE& SAN
4 . 4 4- 4~ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
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AY, SEPT. 18th, 1960
contrasting activities and scenic
appeal of this 1500-mile chain of
islands and countries, where old-
world Europe,. mysterious Afri-
ca, exotic \sia' and native Indian
&iYCome to THE-GOL-- The ideal climate, individual-
.IBEAN The Wond- ity, sports, sightseeing, a f t e r-
of Difference", the dark pleasures, free-port shopp-
,an pieqe.includes not ing and the friendly hospitality
W i with ,addresses, of of the Caribbean p e o p l e are
r islands.,and coun- highlighted, and the travel ag-
PA, but an eye-catch- went's role in facilitating trips is
pma of colorful draw. emphasized. The folder opens in-
ieting the "feel" of the to a large new original color
".. map of the entire area.
S Copies of the "Golden Caribb-
ty s, parrots, discovers,, ean" map-folder are available at
"tmed dancers, historic, The Caribbean Tourist Associa-
&s, well as native foods tion. 20 East 46th Street, New
brightly illustrate the York, New York.
'. ,'-. .
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REGULAR SIZES 30 x 60 tops
No. 5004 $ 89.95
- No. 5005 1.95
EUBLES MARABOU ,(CIHA. DEJEAN & CO)
-' ft" *"*
PANAMA LINE SHIP
it variety of charms
qns of the Caribbean
iup in a colorful. new
eQ cently issued by
p ,n Tourist- Assoclati-
ast. 46th Street, New
The injured seaman's condition
later became worse and it was
necessary to get him to a hos-
pital as swiftly as possible.
Cristobal's course was changed
and the ship steamed at full
speed dn its errand of mercy
. nto Morrehead City, North Ca-
.rolina_ where the sick man was
given a blood transfusion before
being removed from the ship.
Immediately following the life
giving transfusion Duthrie was
taken by picket boat to shore.
Physicians attending the grav-
ely ill seaman stated that he
had only half-an-hour to live at
the time the transfusion was giv-
After making her mercy run
the SS Cristobal sailed for Port
au Prince where she arrived only
12 hours late. The Panama Line
statement concluded "The Pana-
ma Steamship Line regrets any
inconvenience given to its pass-
engers or cargo clients by this
Lunch Dine Have Cocktails
By The SEA-SIDE
DEEP-SEA FISHING EXCURSIONS
Swim, Spearfish, Snorkle, Water-Ski
And Sail In Safe Coastal
Waters From Kyona
HAVE YOUR PARTY AT KYONA
"Golden Caribbean" Map-Folder
A third member of the CARE
Organization in the Capital. John
Burdick, [lew to New York Fri-
day last for a week's vacation.
Donald H. Guthrie, an engineer
of the SS Ore Saturn, owes his
life to speedy medical attention
and the swift cooperation of the
SS Cristobal of the Panama
Information released this week
by the Panama Line. stated that
the Cristobal left New York south
bound for Port au Prince on
September 7. On Thursday the
8th an engineer of the Ore Sat-
urn developed bleeding ulcers
and began losing blood at an
Officers of the injured man's
ship arranged by radio a rendez-
vous with the Cristobal, under
the command of Captain F. de
S. Georman, which was in the vi-
cinity and the ships met during
the late afternoon of the 8th on
a sea still choppy in the wake
of Hurricane Donna.
A lifeboat from the Cristobal
with Chief Officer Nils Neilson
in charge took the Panama ship's
surgeon, Dr. Theodore Ditcheck,
across the open sea to the Ore
Saturn." Dr. Ditcheck examined
Duthrie and immediately order-
ed.hig transfer to the SS Cris-
Through Its P(
Jacques Laurlac, Head of the
CARE Organization in Haiti, re-
turned to Port au Prince on Mon-
day this week after a two month
vacation in New York and Fran-
Stating that he wds "glad to
be back" Laurlac added that he
would like to open a branch off-
ice of CARE on the Riviera.
James Nash capably filled in as
Chief while Mr Lauriac was
For complete inform4.,
stamps and other details
furnished you free of dc3
P.O. Box 723 PORT-A1
S OUtVSEAU ET
Le profitf amWor ae o I bam-
roulement donne une tractionm t
s6curit6 suppl6mentaires. Un i"gPi-a
dispositif do silence r6duRt .I
rents bruits desagreablles du p
tandis quo la construction Migr. &d
Super-Cushion Sans Chambr sI
permoft absorber les cahots doe ,
route. Vous aurez moinm O dpma
plat. *t moins de delas parce quo
Construction Grip-Seal exclusive d
Goodyoar 6limine pratiqueme --tia
unas a rn
He joined his fiance P a m e La 1
Heinl, daughter of Colonel and. :
'Mrs Robert Heinl, Port"au Prin-:';-;
ce and Washington, in New Yorkl"'
and is expected to rqturri to hi'
post here late this week.
CARE' is planning to reopen"-it
school canteen 'program, -'under-..
which it daily feeds severdI thou-
and Haitiafi children, .in early
October and plans for the' forth- .
coming year are being made. "
Foodstuffs and supplies for CAr 9-
RE are arriving daily-and the'J
campaign is expected to get un-'
derway within the next lhree'':
weeks. '" .
j n i .fp
SUNDAY SEPT. 18th, 1
(Continued from page 1)
one never realized existed be-
'fore; after tio years of inacti-
vity Port au Prince's main
?. street has well and truly wok-
.:._en up and taken on a new lease
of gratifying life.
*- Port au Prince's Mayor Jean
Deeb, three weeks ago, called
for shop owners business houses
and. home owners to renovate and
.paint their establishments to
further highlight the Avenue as
|;.;.a' place of architectural beauty.
S.Mayor Deeb called on the citiz-
j.ens support to make the wide
! concrete thoroughfare the "most
beautiful Boulevard in the
STILL WORKING BOTH ENDS
;'While the Capital's influx of
,OO000 vehicles daily can exper-
ieuce the smooth untroubled tide
down Boulevard Jean Jacques
Dessalines, the roadway is still
not at the completed stage and
work is still proceeding at the
Portail Leogane and Portail St.
When these two sections have
been completed, which they are
expected to be in the very near
future, and the last section of
the expansive side walk has been
laid the Boulevard will link at
the Northern end with Harry S.
Truman Boulevard and at the
Southern end with the Delmas
Road making a trio of contem-
porary macadamed arterial links
in a triangle around the city.
At the St. Joseph sector of the
Boulevard many of the houses
and business establishments ei-
their had to he removed or have
their fronts altered in order to
make room for the vide thor-
oughfare. It is a shame that in
several places along the Boule-
vard old and decrepid buildings
still mar the beauty of the loeda-
tion. As these relics serve no
useful purpose it would be wise
to dispense with them altogeth-
er and replace them with mod-
ern edifices in keeping with the
ecst of the Boulevard's buildings.
Portail Leogane, at its eniran-
ce, has been vastly altered and
a large chunk of the corner of the
Sinclair station has been taken
off to make sufficient room for
the highway. The Portail Leoga-
ne -Police Station has been de-
molished and a modern building
to serve the same purpose is
Painting Up Main Street
being erected on the site. A two
storey building, the new police
station is placing emphasis on6
strongly constructed cells and
careful supervision is being kept
on the laborers placing the iron
bars in their allowed positions.
SPLURGE OF PAINT
The swinging paint brushes
weilded by many hands and pots
of every hue of paint are com-
bining in the grand effort to
make Jean Jacques Dessalines
a worthy monument to Capital
A drive along the nearing com-
pletion boulevard this week sho-
wed that business house owners,
bars, private houses, hotels, hair-
dressing shops, everybody, is
.making a paint-up and clean-up
all along the Boulevard includ-
The "Mambo" Hotel and Res-
taurant St. Joseph, clad in new
hues of pink and green. Finish-
ing touches were being put on
the building this week and the
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Mambo taking its i
a voodoo priestess--stla- out.
an attractive edifice. ;
..Telemaque Pharmacy, a'
building of three storeys'1V
has been enschrouded in- a'.b
coat of pink glistening pait'l
. The redish pink hues .'1
amusingly sign posted esta&'i
meit known as "Salon .d4 .
uhire Moderne Anti-Atbi
While a second sign on th6e's
building proclaims the bauj
shop as being conducfdie
Messrs., Tancrede and aw 4
a look inside the door "l i-
shop to be filled with suits'?
sers and jackets and bhsily
. The "Blue Star Restaurant.
one or the many little buildli
along the Boulevard constr'dt
in the charming and pictures
old architectural style parirltj
to Haiti. Freshly painteE Jil
cream and green with -di
sign posts either side, the j
(Continued on plIage
I ~ .
NE1 .9"HAITI SUN" _A
continue her third year In X-ray.
. Mayor Jean Deeb has greeted
at the airport this week two
close friends Vaughan and Jerry
Connally, owners of Everglades
Hotel in Miami. They travelled
along with Mr. Floyd C. Webb.
-.Marie Vorbe flew to St. Miss Hazel Ermine Bryan, a
.,-la, Sunday. He is studying student in Social sciences at the
: Leo College. Jacques De- University of Kingston is cur-
flew to Minnesotta to study rent guest at Mine Desvarieux
iiqexing at the University ol Pension. She arrived here last
5and Reginald Rigaud Geologist Remy Lemoine of
Sta hMontreal- las-week-end the SEDREN is back from Tor-
siudt. Strdidr- ean Pierre onto.
I$ howill corinue his stu-
l yleg -de BfeIreboeul, ...-"Belle" Betty Drouin arrived
I|.aL_. ,:.:i*,,* here last Sunday after a two
l"-y :Iahelle~ Paulire went year studies of floral art in Pa-
liadelphia' last Sunday to ris. She sailed from Paris San
U A WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPENT
.1) 1lou Club
- FOUR WORDS,
/ / i-
HUCKS... THAT CAT TOOL BAR
tjUBSOILER spoiled our trip down the river I
Water and dirt stay home on
/ land you've subsoiled the Cat*
Tool Bar Wajy! Walk out on your
fields during a heavy rain. Look.
Listen:.is the water running off
/the slopes . the same hills that
Sdry out in summer? Or do'those
puddles stay on the top? Either
case, you'll trap the water and s^
Make it soak in faster the Cat Tool -I
Bar Way! Store water in the sub-
Ssoil for future use. Get the water off
t *the top so you can work the
the land. You will with a
/ Cat Diesel Tractor and Tool Bar! l
I We'll prove it . NAME THE
;DATE . WE'LL DEMONSTRATED
,1, .. o_
CATERPILLAR HAYTIAN TRACTOR COMPANY'
Me'IAURICE BONNEFIL, Manager Chancerelles
Juan where she was met by her
father industriallst A n t h o n y
-' by AUBELIN
W.Charles R. Ferguson, and
beautiful blonde wife spent
few days 'in honeymoon at the
el Riviera. Mr Ferguson is
bjt for Delta airlines in Hous-
- ~ u
. Mrs Victor ,.Tansour flew to
Paris Sunday last to study the
"art de la beaute" with the Lan-
come Beauticians. Back here
she will teach the Haitian wom-
en how to use for the best of
their beauty the Lancome Pro-
ducts represented here by her
husband. She will spend three
months in Paris.
Andre Khawly one of the most
active members of the HPBA
was forced to cancel the part.
celebrating his birthday because
of the hurricane Donna, Mon-
day night, September 5. Monta-
na Hotel was a nice spot to ce-
rebrate the next day, and he did
it in company with Miss Kitty
Katz, Helen Kruger, Patsy Linm
den, Arnold Snyder of the ABC,
Andre Sassine, etc.
Seduisante Miss Pamela Heini,
daughter of Colonel Robert Heini.
Jr. Chief of the USN Mission
in Haiti and mother Nancy, flew
to Paris last Monday for a year
or more to "study and walk 0.1
the boulevards" she pointed out.
Pamela was engaged two weeks
ago with John Burdick of t'?.
CARE Foundation. John went to
New York Friday morning. Pa-
mela speaks French beautifull.
Mr Alfred H. Holbrook, direct-
or of the Museum of the Univer-
sity of Georgia arrived here Su=i-
day last .vith wike Kalie.
-Charmante Mile Simone Duvu-
lier, third daughter of the Pre-
sident of the Republic Dr Frj:-.
cois uvalier and his wife. was i
greeted it the airnort S ar.dly
last by her parents. Shu cjmc
from Europe where she spe.it
~C ~e P~
(Continued on puge 12)
YOU WILL FIND SUPERIOR QUALITY BLUE -
BONNET RICE EVERY DAY
A HIGHLY VITAMINED RICE .
SOLD BY SACK OF 100 POUNDS --
AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES:
Blue Bonnet Grade-A $10.50 or 52.50 Gdes "
Blue Bonnet Grade-B 859 or 42.50 Gdes..
Blue Bonnet Grade-C 5.80 or 29.00 Gdes. "
Discount of $.30 cents or 1.50 Gde. by 100 lb sack on-'
any purchase made directly from the Rice Mill at DE-
SEAUX (Artibonite Valley). ., :
Discount of 4 per cent on purchases of 20 sacks or:
more of rice.
.. _* -*. -. .. -- j. .*'
TO BUY ODVA RICE IS TO BUY. ,
HAITIAN PRODUCED RICE -
TO BUY HAITIAN PRODUCTS IS TO
HELP DIRECTLY IN STABILIZING
THE ECONOMY OF THE COUNTRY
HAITI'S LARGEST FREE PORT PRICE SHOPS
1) THE CORNER SHOP RUE BONNE FOI.
ART & CURIO SHOP.FISHERS ACROSS FROM CUSTOMS HOUII,
SHOPS AND MAHOGANY FACTORY
SAVE UP TO 60 Per Cent ON IMPORTS
AND BUY HAITIAN HANDICRAFTS
STRAIGHT FROM THE FACTORY
ON THE RUE DU QUAI
(AM. EX.PR. AND MINERS CLUB ACCEPTED)
I;- PAGE 10
Text Of Inter-American d
I Assistance Plans |,
BOGOTA, Colombia. Sept. 11 the American republics, and, in farmers or groups of farmers. ins
Following is the Act of Bogota many cases, the improvement of ici Tax s.Nstems anod procedu- ne
S adopted today at the economic existing institutions and pracuic- res and fiscal policies with a sh
conference of the Americas, with es, particularly in the fields of Miew to assuring equity of taxa- an
Cuba being the only dissenting taxation, the ownership and use non and encouraging improved co
participants: of land. education and training, use of land, especially ot pr'.'a- gr
p. hc.iihi and housing: tel. owned land which is idle.
The Special Committee for the Believing it opportune to give 1.2. The initiation or, accelera- as
study of new measures of econ- further practical expression to tion of appropriate programs to
omic cooperation, the spirit of Opeiation Pan-Ame- modernize and improve the exist- ho
Recognizing that the preserva- rica by immediately enlarging ing legal and institutional frame-
tion and strengthening of free the opportunities of the people work to insure better condition_ se
and democratic institutions in of Latin America for social pro- of land tentue, extend mote ade- mc
the American republics requires gress, thus strengthening mien tlI.le credit facilities and pro-
the acceleration of social and ec- hopes for the future; ile iPc reased since tives in the In
onoic progress n Latin Aeri- Considering it advi s a b I e to land tax structure. m
ca adequate to meet the legiti- launch a program for social de\v. 13. The acceleir.tion of tie fai
mate aspirations of the individual elopment. in which emphasis preparil.on ,of projects and pro. ,
citizen of Latin America for a should be given to those meas- -ut ims lor: wc
better life and to provide him the ures that meer social needs and ia' Land reclamation and land
fullest opportunity to improve also promote increases in pro. illemn:nt. wi.'th a letW to pro-
S status ductivity and strengthen econo- roitiin more widespread owvner- sh
mi. ac nAic development; ship and efficient rse of land, he
Recognizing that the interests Recommends to the Council of partirilarl:. of unulihzed or un- al
i f the American republics are so the Organization of American dcir-tiliiend l..ad. el
inter-related that sound social States: il, TI.e increase of the pro- un
-'" d economic progress in each I.-MEASURES FOR SOCIAL. ditnrivilv of land already in use.
is of importance to all and that IMIPROVEMENT ci The construction of farm-
lack of it in any American rep- An inter-American program for tiarket and access eiods, bu
S ublie .may have serious reper- social development should be es- 1.-4 Th adoption or accele a- M
S cussions in others; lablished which should be direct- tion of other government. serv- cr
ed to the carrying-out of the fol- .ce urn.., designed partlcul-
Cogruzant of the steps already lowing measures of social imp. arl to :-t thc small frmr',
lowi ngy meaue of ocia n or impro, e_'d mark-
S taken by many American repu- movement in Latin America. as eting nizt;ons: exten s i nmrk-
cs to cope with the serious considered appropriate in each eting eganiztions: extension
ecorromic and. social problems country serxicrs: research mnd basic uir
that affect them, but convinced veeys; and demonstration, educa-
that the magnitude of these pro- 1. Measures for the improve- lion and training facilities
blems calls for redoubled eff- me..t of conditions of rural liv- 2. Measures for the improve-
o. s by. governments and for a ing and land use. ment of hoiising ;iid comrmnitity
S nw and vigorous program of in- 1.1. The examination of exist- facilities
.V .ter-American cooperation; ing legal and institutional syst- 2.]. The examination of exist-
RecQ risiag that economic de- ems with respect to: ing policies ii the field of hous-
Syelopjient p ro-g ran s, which (a) Land tenure legislation and ing and commu:mty facilities, in-
i-, uld';beft'arg6ity strengthened facilities with a view to insuring eluding urban and regional plan-
g' expanded,; -inay, have a del- a wider and more equitable dis- ing with a view to improving
f- edeffect o. social-welfare, and tribution of the ownership of such policies, strengtner.ing pu-
that accordingly-.early-*measures land. in a manner consistent blic institutions and promoting
*. are needed "to' cope-',with initial with the objectives of employ- private initiative ani participa-
needs; ment. productivity and economic lion in programs in these fields.
Recognizing that the success of growth. Special consideration should be
a cooperative program of social (bi Agiicultu'al credit insti- given to encouraging financial
progress will require maximum tuitions with i view to providing institutions to invest in io"w-cost
self-help efforts on the- part of adequate ftraicing to individual housing on a long-telrm basis and
Haiti's I"Gingerbread Palace" and famed hostolery the Grand Hotel Ololfsoi, show place n!
-Haitian architecture, exquisite cuisine and contented living. Set amongst a myriad of tropical trees
and gardens the Oloffson, complete with minint ure pool, is the haven for the uninhibited and th.*
mecca for the Caribhenn tourist.
SUNDAY SEPT. 18th., 1960 '..
building and construction in-
2.2. Thie strengthening of the
sting legal and institutional
amework for mobilizing finan-
al resources to provide better
using and related facilities for
e people. and to create new
stitutions for this purpose when
necessary. Special consideration
would be given to legislation
nd measures which would en-
urage the establishment and
tal Private financing institu-
ins, such as building and loan
Ib, Institutions to insure sound
using loans against loss.
ici Institutions to serve as a
* c o nd a r y market for home
(di Institutions to provide fi-
'cialt assistance to l'cal com-
unities for the development of
cilities such as water supply,
n it a I i o n and other public
Existing national institutions
would be utilized wherever prac.
cal in the application of extern-
resouices to further the dev-
opment of housing and comnm-
?.3. The expansion of home-
ilding industries through such
measures as the training of
aftsmen and other personnel,
research and thewt-fitro
new techniques." .'t
merit of confrtateon,
for low-and medium-'cog
2.4. The lending of
meant and assistance.
ains. on a pilot basis"
self-help housing,. for;-
sition and subdivision
for low-cost h o'u si.in]
ments, and for industri
3. Measures tor thi
ment of educational.
training facilities. .
3.1. The re-exaniinati
JOSEPH NAD '
on the. label
l e't.aut pr ll, mr6.iel
K& o^L ... pot..(.") ,,
Served exCwsmvey at Haiti's
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS & BY CONN01S
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD "
('SU N "________
Wltns, giving particu-
.-fdevelopmenl of mo-
odts; of mass education
tadication of illiteracy.
pbe .adequacy of training
idustral arts and scien-
ite.e'emphasis on labor-
i-o lk experience and
reCtical application of
for the solution of so-
: economic problems.
n:.heed to provide ins-
rur..al schools not only
subjects but also in agri-
*alth, sanitation, nut-
ft the methods of home
.1.i.roadening of cours-
in secondary schools
the training necessary
.i and executive per-
nliistration and com-:
peciahzed trade and in-
iducation related to the
S.arid 'industrial needs
!Alvanced education of
L' tos" engineers, econo-
ter professional per-
y iniportance to eco-
taures for the improve-
eiination of progr-
'-licies df public health
particular attention to:
itrengthening the expan-
lational and local health
specially y those direct-
t action of infant mor-
he" progressive develop-
;health insurance syst-
3aljdiig those providing
ity, accident and dis-
iuiaance in urban and
e in-areas -locia-
t.Lminn centers of
.tensi.on df public
t areas of ex-
Ithe control or Pli-
rcommunica be dis-
h ecial attention to
catio, of malaria.
Tie provision of water-
ieilities for purposes of
tnd economic devrIop-
-The training of public
Eficials and technicians.
'he strengthening of pro-
-n"utrition for low-inco-
asutes for the mobili.a-
lis program shall be car-
t-within the framework
ina'mum creation of do-
avlyngs and the imptove-
ibational fiscal and finan-
Ahe equity and effective-
Wlixting tax schedules,
:-'practices and rolled
pedures shall be exami -
-yiew to providing add
venue for the purr.o;ei
i! allocation of ta:, re-
.'.be revle'wed, hav-
d-an adequate provi
_J'revenues to the are-
a.. development men-
P AGE 1I
tioned in the foregoing parag-
II. CREATION OF A SPECIAL
FUND FOR SOCIAL DEVE[
1. The delegations of the gov
ernments of the Latin-Americar
republics welcome the decisions
of the Government of the United
States to establish a special in
ter-American fund fo' social de-
velopment with the Inter-Ameri
can Development Bank to be-
come the primary mechanism foi
the administration of the fund.
2. It is understood that the pur-
pose of the special fund would
be to contribute ca ital resources
and technical assistance c-n flex-
ible terms and conditions, inclu-
ding repayment in local curren-
cies and the relending of repaid
funds, in accordance with appro-
priate and collective criteria in
the light of the resources avail-
able, to support the efforts of
the Latin-American countries
which are prepared to initiate
or expand effective improve-
ments and to adopt measures to
employ efficiently their own re-
sources with a view to achiev-
ing greater-social progress and
more balanced economic growth.
III. MEASURES FOR ECONO-
The special committee, having
ia veilw Resolution VII, adopted
at the Seventh Meeting of Con-
sultation of Ministers of Foreign
Affair expressing the need for
the maximum contribution of
member countries in continental
cooperation in the fight against
uneder-development, in pursuance
of the objectives of Operation
-. That as soon as possible ad-
ditional resources, domestic and
external, be made available- for,
the financing plans and jirojects
of basic economic and industrial
development in Latin America.
with special attention to: "
(a The need for loans an flex-
* ible terms and conditions, includ-
ing, whenever adv' able in the
light of the balance of payments
situation of individual countries,
the possibility of repayment in
(b) The desirability of the ade-
quate, preparation and imple-
mentation of development pro-
jects and plans, within the frame-
work of ihe monetary, fiscal and
exchange policies necessary for
their effectiveness, utilizing as
appropriate the technical assist-
ance of inter-American and or
tci The advisability, in special
cases, of extending. foreign fin-
ancing for the coverage of local
(d.il ie'necessity for develop
ing and strengthening credit faci-
lities fol small and nierlium pri-
vate business, agriculture and
2 That special attention be
ge:i to an expansion of lon;_,
.c- n I en d i n g. particularly in
vie, v of the instability of exchan-
-;c cainings, of countries export-
ing primary products and of the
unfavorable effect of the excess-.
ive accumulation of short-and-
long-terim debt and orderly eco-
3. That urgent attention be gi-
ven to the -search for effective
and practical wa3s, appropriate
to each commodity, to deal with
th problem of the instability ol
exchange earnings of countries
heavily dependent upon the ex-
portation of primary products.
" IV. MULTILATERAL CO-OP.
n ERATION FOR SOCIAL AND
s ECONOMIC PROGRESS
The special committee, consi-
- during the need for providing in-
- struments and mechanisms for
" the implementation of the prog-
ram of inter-American economic
r and social cooperation which
would periodically review the
Progress made and propose mea-
' sures for further mobilization of
1. That the Inter-American Ec-
onomic and Social Council under:
takes to-organize annual consult-
ative meetings to review the so-
cial and economic progress of
member countries, to analyze
and discuss the progress achie\-
ed, and the problems encounter-
ed in each country, to exchange
opinions on possible measures
that n.,ght be adopted to inten-
sity further social and economic
progress, in pursuance of opera-
lion Pan-America, and to pre-
pare reports on the outlook for
the future. Such annual meeting';
would begin with an examination
by experts and terminate with
a session at the ministerial lev-
2. That the Council of thle Or-
ganization of American States
convene within sixty days of the
date of this Act a special meet-
ing of senior government repre
sentatives to find ways of streng-
thening and improving the abili-
ty of the Inter-American Econo
mic and Social Council to render
effective assistance to govern-
ments with a view to achieving
the objectives enumerated be-
low. taking into account the pro-
posal submitted by the delega-
tion of Argentina in Document
(a) To further the economic
and social development of Latin-
(b) To promote aid between
the countries of the Western lHe-
misphere as wel! as between
them and extra-continental coun-
(c) To facilitate the flow of "
capital and the extension of cre-
dits to the countries of Latin
America, both from the Western
Hemisphere and from extra-con-
3. The special meeting shall:
(a Examinune the exist i 1 g
structure of trie Inter-Amenianii
Economic and Social Courncil,
and of the Secretariat ot the Or-
ganization of American States
worKing in the economic and so-
cial fields, for the purpose of
formulating recommendations to
the Council of the Oiganiza'io 0
of American States designed to
strengthen ndd improve the In.
ter-Amnerian Econorn.c and So-
(Ib Determinate the needs of
strengthening i u t e r-Arnerivan
economic and social cooperaticn
by an administrative reform ifl
the Secretariat, which should be
given sufficient techrucal, ad:rii-
nistrative and financial flexb;l-
ity for the adequate fulfillment
of its tasks.
i.ci Formulate recom nieda-
ti-ns designed to asi-ure effect-
iye coordination betw'.een the I'.--
tcr-Americah Economic and So-
cial Council, the Economic Com-
mission for Latin America, the
Inter-American Deve I o p m e n t
Bank. the United Nations and its
specialized agencies and other
agencies offering technical ad-
vice and services in the Western
(di Propose procedures design-
ed to establish effective liaison
of the Inter-American Economic
and Social Council and other re-
gional American organizations
with other international organiz-
ations for the purpose of study.
discussion, and consultation in the
Caribbean Construction Co. SA.
Builders Of The Military City
Gen. Manager: Gerard THEARD
Phone: 3955. P. 0. BO.. 284
vacation at sea
on famous sisterships ANCON CRISTOBAL
Leave Port-au-Prince 6 PM
S usually on a Monday or
Friday, arrive 8 AM in
West 24th St., New York.
10% reduction from one-way
Steamer fares when used with
air transportation in opposite
direction. Steamer baggage
allowance 250 Ibs.
Modern American-Flagship Serv-
ice and Comfort. All cabins are
outside with private bath. Amid.
ship air conditioned Dining Salon
accommodates all passengers at
one sitting. Open air tiled Swim-
ming Pool. Spacious promenade
deck plus 8,000 sq. ft. of out-
door sports deck. Beautiful
lounges, Cocktail-Bar, movies,
See Your Travel Agent or
PANA M Ata1eA LINE
RUE ABRAHAM LINCOLN TEL: 3062
fields of international trade and
financial and technical assistan-
In approving the Act of Bogo-
ta, the delegations to the special
committee convinced t ha t the
people of the Americas can ach-
ieve a good life only within the
democratic system, renew their ,
faith in the essential values
which lie at the base of Western
civilization, and reaffirm their
determination to assure the lull-
est measure of well-being to the
people of the Americas under
conditions of freedom and res-
pect for the supreme dignity of
P'L-AA E1 t~A-16 SUN"
(Continued from page 9)
three months with her sisters
Marie Denise and Nicole who are
currently studying in Switzer-
land. Mile Dutalier has traveled
in company of Mrs Germaine
Victor. Luckner Cambronne, pri-
vate secretary, to President Du-
valler and Lieut.nant Max Do-
in i n i q u e, ot the Presidential
. Talented artist Mirtza Abram-
ovitz, wiie of the Honorary Con-
sul of Haiti 'n Israel flew to
New Yoik last Monday. She was
tried three months ago were in
joined there the next day by her
husoanid. Tneir son Danny has
given on September 2 a beati-
ful party to .celebrate hi. birth-
day Some of the lo\eliefst girls
here made the attendance.
..Dr Fred Krie,;er, a new glad-
uate from the School of Medi-
cine of the University of Los
Angeles, arrived here this w- ek
with wife Siella, a social .'.o-k-
or. Fred and Stella '.xno got mor
a sort of p :rmanc:it hone.\ i'ijoi.
"ihey \\ere guests :A the OloAf-
.."Ravissante" Eva Meinherg
on ?ue du Qui
Sculptures by PAINTINgS by
c. DU DERRi ER.
*. ,"* "' ..* -,
lie'w to Fort Lauderdale, Fla writer for Gray Advertising Co
Sunird, l.:,t to complete her last in New York City is staying a
%ear of High School at Pinecrest week in Haiti.
HihIi School. interested in lib-
eral a.rs. Eva plans to study Mrs Geraldine Kaye-Martin is
journalism She will soon have the newest lady who adopted
a ..eeokly column in the SUN. Haiti as her country. A current
Miss Helen Kruger, a Cop./ guest at the Hotel El Rancho,
Cacique Island 'Ibo Beach'
ONLY THIRTY MINUTES FROM PORT-AU-PRINCE
ENTRY (INCLUDING ROUND-TRIP
CHILDREN 50 CENTS
PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS
WHITE SAND BEACH
FINE RESTAURANT AND SNACK BAR
COMPLETELY EQUIPPED BEACH
COTTAGES FOR OVERNIGHT
OR WEEKLY VISITS
Si-LCIAL SUMMER RATE IN EFFECT:
$6 SINGLE $10 DOUBLE
Cacique Island 'lIbo Beach,
,~} PA OWNERSHIP
AS HOTEL IBO LELE
& NANCY BAUSSAN)
'C %t *1 r.
69. RUL DU QUAI
WHAT TO BUY :
. &ISAL BAG9 and BELT
. FRENCH PLRFUMEL and LIQUORS
.WOOD CARVINGS MAHOGANY
. STRAW 6005 PAINTING
Ig. A ITI SUN"
" HAITI SUN"
'WAY 'SEPT. 13th, 1960
otililued Itiur page 8)
ts front is co ered with
pics Atd'-each brick has
onllitnd with a thin black
l}her .11 sign posted and
."dorn d building is tlie
.Baza4 ". Whoever "Tito"
has gO e to a lot of paints
Raising ls establishment foi
ta Iter Wicih angle the edi-
U'lokLU at there is n sign
airing the establishment's
ct a "nld.-clow signs sover-
e. long ,'highlight the newly
ad shop B of "Baker Mor.l"
scaffolding surrounding the
establishdh that the owners
ontIemplating addit i o n a I
lghting for their. building.
St'of the smaller buildings
,-been painted pinks, reds,
is. and -yellows and many
Ite Haitiana paint made by
-with. soir oranges and' col-
.As a ppint. brush.the doz-'
f painters on the Boulevard
largely y.yoring -one made
yeiuds o"lnd together
.MsMsiigcr Evangetique". a
$1s estfibi i s h m c nt ( and
t0op sited midway along the
mird, has recently been re-
touchess are currently being ap-l
plied. This establishment was
destroyed and looted- during the
battles culminating May 25, 195%.
The new building has large bay
windows and double folding iron
grill work at the front door. A
two foot high base line surround-
Ing the building Is formed of at-
tractive stone work In an irre-
On one Intersection corner
stands the Bazaar "Bonne Cjon-
science" resplendent in newly
applied cream paint marred only
by the enthusiastic spattering
of a sign. writer. who let his brush
run away from him -the pillars
of the bazaar, are one mass of
signs advertising. items sold in-
side and they obviously painted
with reckless abandon.
"La Parisienne", on the oppo.
site corner, a large fading green
painted. building, is. sorely need-
ing -paintl.and, is .expected that
brighttening-p ..,work 'on the edi-
lice" wilrtalf place ,shortly.
---The bar St."MIchel. and an epi.
eerie -St. Anne- in' the same
building have been rested with a
bright coat of cream and rich
yellow together with sections of
(iud the- finishing and color I red and the .ran Fan'
S" :. it'* 2.,.*.,',."..:." ':-'-.. ;' ". "" -. h rc- "*' "- '*.,' '- -
. auto part
rLpair ihop with its newly ac-
|:it'red pink lacing is being gene-
roisly coated vithl a variety of
The big Larebu Iildiiing looks
icry inipressive uilh its red anld
No. 579 mile;ard Jean Jac-
(jues Dpssulines is a building
which previously di,'ew littlll al-
lenltion: ii now slanid-> ount vith
,'ercan and igree et rrior. II is
tlie "Des1saliniiinni," "Ti Pap:t"'
Holel, a three slor.ey building ol
Texico's lied Star gas station
o:1 the Boule.aurd hais tiwo sparkl-
ing new petrol pumps but the
main building, chipped and fad
e d f I a k i n g paint, could d o
with a tounh up as could the
tion hours adjacent to it.
Ioln C'liuampion chliose bright
co'on" for Its face lift and joins
the ranks of fresh looking build-
ings %%hic-h appear to be "spring-
ing up" on the main Ihorough-
tare. The National School right
along the road himiever is a
have yet to nake a inove 'to-
wvards renovation as have many
of the homes and. business est-'
ablishments at Portail Leogane.
Going back towards the Por-
tail St. Joseph end of the Bou-
levard the St. Marc Boulange:
ric. ehablished in 1939, has lak-
on on the appearance of a new
building vlthi its colorful green
and cream finishings.
Another of the "culprits" not
yet draped in color is the large
Fire Brigade building. It is more
evident to the eye to see the
larger buildings unpainted than
the little ones, which tend to
Henri Deschamps big four sto-
rev store has been painted a
bright emerald green and cream
and stands out on the street.
..Port an Prince's famed Iron
Market is receiving its-first coat
of paint in years which should
make it even more impressive
than it is at present. Repair
nork is also being conducted on
soiry state and cmilhl do 0 ilth the large building and many of
some assistance to brighten up the unsightly corner stalls have
its exterior. J.been lorn down and the owners
Scveral ol the bar, .it the I'or .gi'.c space elsewhere. If the
tail Ieogane ed ill tlhe Boile. Inrge faced clocks were fixed
vardt hr te had their elteriors the iron market would be corn-
painted ii-uding lthe "Texas" ldele and an even greater tour-
n-id the' "Sain Franiisco." Marny ist attraction that it now.
of the drinking esallishments George and *Fouad-.Mourra, one
6 t fitefiitr p 6wn r4 M
to4inake their stire fulni airco.-,
difined ao f ia .Inie;tly tiled.
exterior and an impressive sidve-.'
wi alk. .- -..
Thus, as September 22 and iL' .t
celebrations draw closer so doe.
the brush up work on Boulevard'.,
Jean Jacques Dessalines accel'.::
rate. By the time that date. ar-
rives Mayor Jean DeeA's wish.
will have true and- while Port
au Prince's Boulevard may pos-
sibly not become the most beau-
tiful, no one will be able to ar-.
gue the fact that it will certain-
ly be one of the most colorful, ;'-.
both by its inhabitants, .and tje ;
gay facades that are appearing
STEPHEN BROS :h-
M.V. HAITI TRADER "
M. V. HAITI MERCHANT
LOADING AND UNT.OADIN('ir
SERVE HAITI AND FLORIDA2r
forthnightly sailings of the".
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Telephone: Highland 5177 : -: .
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Grand'Rue No. 342 HAII-
' 1 .. '
Haiti Travels World Through
Pictures By Coroneos
Thousands of people throughout Press Inc., West Ny a c k, New
-the world have been given vivid York.
14 insights to the beauties of Haiti "Greetings from Southern Hai-
through the colored photo fold- ti" features such colorful and
ers of photographer Byron Coro- popular places as the "Grotte de
,'neos.. Counoubois" near Camp Perrin,
Ji Greetings from Southern Hal- Aux Cayes, Sandy Beach near
and a similarly titled folder St. Louis du Sud. "Cayes a
Northern Haiti are two of the I'Eau" Island, (an hour's ride
est graphic pictorial picture from Aux Cayes by launch., a
ies issued by the skilled cam- beautiful view of Jeremie taken
.ra. of Coroneos, a long-time re- from the surrounding hills, and
i- ident of Haiti born in India of the Anse d'Azur Beach near Je-
S'Greek parents. remie, a picture so clear that
A married man with grown the wreck of an old steamer can
sons, Byron Coroneos has work- easily be seen beneath the sur-
-ed with HASCO in Port au Prin- face.
.;ce for many years but his spare Coroneos' second folder gives
time has always been devoted views taken in the Northern sec-
';to the- taking of pictures of this tor of Haiti including those of
country's famed historical and the second city, Cap Haitien,
&.picturesque vistas. beach views, Chou Chou Bay
.*- great deal of time and devo- beach, a sisal harvest, the Cita-
.'tio have been put into the two del, Sans Souci Palace and Fort
colored folders by Coroneos. In Picolet. The folders are so con-
Sorder to make each complete he structed that they form a small
a:has travelled throughout the is- neat package which is easily
and selecting both well-known addressed and posted. The ca-
.ahd out of the way spots. Pub- mera work of Byron Coroneos
ish d by the photographer the is a valuable contribution to the
Abrs .are m a d e by Dexter promoting of tourism to Haiti.
' CAMERA S AT fi'1: I'1nr I'litl:MU S
RUE BONE FOl
MdE.. .Phone: 2310
"" "" .S.K N AIR-CONDITIONEa
FROM SS ANCON
The largest single Panama
Line passenger complement ever
to disembark in Haiti came
ashore from the SS Ancon at 7
A total of one third of the pas-
senger vessel's 17-1 persons were
destined for Port au Prince. This
is in keeping with the Panama
Line's current drive to promote
round trip passengers and stop-
over visits to Haiti's capital and
the Panama Isthmus.
Special fares have been inau-
gurated for the round trip and
the popularity of the new project
was a m p l y evidenced by the
large number of visitors who ar-
rived from New York on the
southbound Ancon yesterday.
The, 73 passengers disembark-
ing from the SS Ancon yesterday
Mrs Admond Adam; Miss Car-
men Agenor; Mrs Gluny Alex-
andre: Mr Hosnherre Apollon:
Mr & Mrs Gerard Balmir; Mrs
Lydia Baron; Rev. Sister Helene
Beland; Miss Anna Bernard; Mrs
Anna Boisvert; Miss Thelma
Bryan; Mrs Edner Cantave;
Rev. Sister Elisabeth Gayer;
Ralph Chassaing: Mstr. Anhtony
Damas, (11 Yrs.I; Dr Thomas
Dixon; Mr & Mrs Jean Dubou-
lay & Son (2 M.): Miss Emilie
Felix: Mrs Elaine H. Gaither;
Mrs Yvonne Gervais; Mr & Mrs
Louis D. Hall; Miss Mariette
Honore; Mrs Olga Laplanche:-
Dr & Mrs Sauveur Larose; Mrs
Franck Lemoine: Mrs Yvonne Li-
gonde; Mr & Mrs Herbert -M.
Lobl; Miss Dulcia Menard; Mr
& Mrs Stephen Moise: Mrs Pau-
line Paul; Miss Celia Pierre; Mrs
Preston Pierre Gilles & daught-
er; Mrs Edmond Pressoir & Son
(10 Yrs.); Pro[ & Mrs Donald
H. Purcell & Son (8Yrs.); Miss
Catherine Remarais; Foster Re-
my; Col- Gaston St. Victor; Miss
Mireille Simon; Mr & Mrs Os-
min Simon; Mr & Mrs Rene A.
Sorel; Leopold Spencer; Mrs Ma-
rie Thebaud & 2 daughters 3, 1
Yrs.; Mrs Raymonde Thomas;
Mrs Jane Thybulle; Mr & Mrs
Jules Tomar & 2 children 12, 7
Yrs.; Mr & Mrs Louis Toussaint;
Miss Olga Tribie; Rev. Alexan-
dre Turcotte: Miss Julienne Tu-
rin; Rev. Sister Rose Vachon:
Miss Antoinette Vieux: Mr &
Mrs Whilhelm Walz; Mr & Mrs'
One steel desk One Dicta
Phone in Excellent condition.
Apply Stand No. 15 Ave Marie
Jeaume Cite de I'Exposition.
EVERYY FRIDAY IT'S THE
otel SANS SOUIJCI
kM: PUNCH.. BOWL:. AND DINNER, D
..RRIFIC FLOOR SHIOW BY LAVINIAANCE
5-PER COUPLE INCLUDING PUNCH WILLIAMS
The most equisite Qieves,oste-1ookins3 ieel
S thie. boy,tlieplains e muntams .
SDelidious donhtnental duibine anp &uperI
Per5onanol id attention to eery gust
S imrminm Pool Vili Lund eoh Louni..
and Bar Panorama Terrade .
SAir-dondil'ioned de-luxe Yroom -
PUESDA9 :Ipformal reoie -u e,)anding ron.
7:30 PM to midnic
V.Meringue in*Truchion and dnte4s-t':"''
a, 9:3o .doual cress.No admiiionfee-
voEDNESDA9: mplimentar 9get-to9etler nh
Pa,-rty from 7pm to 8pn-m..
FRIrAiA : ac Dinner-Donde from 7:3o.ip|
1:3o a.m. 6uperb 56o fa 103o,
NJo adm'yon e. fe
ALL OTHER 4ii1HT!.: dockloil hour Yfrom 7to9,
natiOe dombo ..'.";"
.r-sIpT~, 1t4h, 19o :.. "HA 1T Sl N.-
kiHitian Smithy Hasr Qe
Art Show In US:tJ
ll Ane worked iron ic as the most renowned metal cement of thie blislerir
'o 'to the dis-. s uLptor n Haiti. u- de Sc plain -
ev.n years 'ago,' of the it, ws the metal anist's;bu'n .
-i is '-of 60-yehr old ,ing ambition to 'travel to the. 'The soof a s oemak
LjAUtaud, Culmindtinig a Ameriacr Capital,. on what 'Would d Homera Liautaud
ti. ri 'fromi blaalksmith'!s have..heen "his first, overseas trip, wife..a dressibaker, ,Geor
museum, Liautaud's to be present, at the opening of ceeded through..the ;very
Display at a one is one man tsbow..on Septemb- lent of .two .years of higl
4i kia held in the Pan er 12, 'but be ..dbdeadd instead to and then went to work on
..ljol6n Headquarters, remain 'at hi ', .Bf .and" prim-, 'man-owned railroad .in.
gtQri .C., 'on Wdiesday ive blacksr4ithtulp and us d'e Sa.. 'When .1e renal
,,, the: U'rvel money to.bld a. nq hiAximum salary qof p~c
i:'t Peters, Centre and more substantial ~ome ars a week,; he worked f
-direIora- 'ciam e, across Uautaud. i a .'gaunt,.. almost more years on railroads
uuQht metal, grave decor- sepulchral figure wh' turns' his Dominican Republic,. their
iss 'n "a: Croix des Bou- pieces of 'art %out with(lurning -ned to. Haiti and vent .1
gmetary., Georges Liaut- inensity: U'Tid'e r his hammer,' in the repair shop of th
bnoe tas become sym'ibol- shears .and-pich, masks, 'anim German railwayy. At' he
al"figures ',rid grotesque human five years, Liauatud had
figures that fascinate and-.attract ed the salary of 15 do
art collectOrs. as swiftly as.'they' week, and'decided to. ret
are ftii'shed. .. his savings'-and -set up a
S- smitb's shop, in hi, home
Sinct. e ,'ime the Crot: des According to-Liautaud the
Bouquets. artist wag discovered plenty of,work making b
by DeWitt- Peters he has .turned irons, fittings and me<
out hundreds 'of works, 'rfost. o .parts for bullock cars 'a
I.which have been snapped up b. of 'all the iron crosses
U.S. ad' Latin American tour- village cemetOry. Thus .ti
ts .ses tIed !to 'the begin
SThe ex-smithy's "s t'ud i o"..is Georges Liautaud's fame
I confined to. a rocky forge; batt- artist.
ered-anvil and severall iron s.ig-
.arfsyrUpi:pits' o tcolonial vintage Liautaud's 'time is sp
set .in a corner. of an' ash-dry, most .entirely a4t his palm
sun pairched' plot of land in the shaded forge, or on. oct
scrabilold village of Croix des trips to Poit au Prince
Bo et,,so tn miles e raw material of .hi$
Port -au us'tng discarded 50-gallo
o ." . .. .-
.-* Ai .
qtaud .at work An
ds -Bouquets forge
S NIE WALKER
B"orw f lo -I0 1 gding strong
- DISTRIBUTOR PREET'ZMAN-AGGERHOLM
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Ydard' oil drums priced a -three
i a. 'ac. -h "!
Wfiere ,do th.e idea's .or his
.wo.kj'"a et. r'?'-n l[aiaud, ;a
devout Ca.huli, e'xlaiisi "after
'y, evening prayers. t lie in- bed
'and think about my ,next woik.
ozn' Ltime s I cain see what I amni
going '(6 dq ;p o.
c o m e s -'ro " "
wn e 4W coue
plece s. as tj $aaiujwyii
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jI- L FINLSr FINISH FPOR WALLS AND MATCHING WOODWORK
TOSEPH NADAL, AGENTS
; ,: A -
, PAGE 16
Max Fombrun's Store Club
Promoting Haitian Craftwork
"Haiti now comes right behind Mexico for art work es,' right up to five foot tall sta-
and there is no reason why this country's mahogany tues is available and on dis-
and sisal goods cannot compete on the same standard," play. Mahogany als plays a
states internationally known Max Fombrun, proprietor part iu the store's grandiose sel-
-c of the Exposition tourist haven "Store Club." vectio y polar item. the
With 14 years experience in pular with American residents drums range frdm the tiny au-
.the tourist business behind him and servicemen who 12 months thentic voodoo drums to massive
Max is currently concentrating after the launching of the store,-and weighty tambourss" of gi-
:.- on a build-up of Haiti's name on dubbed it with a second name ant proportion. Bongo drums are'
*. the world market and his ex- thathas stuck ever since -,"The also sold at Max' as are some
tensive iange of Haitian craft is NCO and Officers Club." M'ax craftily purchased genuine
1 -finding its way into homes maintains that despite the fact drums once pounded by the mast-
.-throughout the Western Hemis- that dice and beer became a er of Haitian drianming, "Ti Ro
phere very popular pastime in the little Ro."
:. Just as "Store Club's" merch- store, his business did not suf- BIG BOOM FOR SISAL
* andise 'travels out to the rest of fer and in 1958 he decided to Max Fombrun states that the
.the. world, a large proportion of move premises to a more expen- demand for sisal goods made in
the. hemisphere seems to gravit- sive location.
ate to Max. Fombrun's large and Enlisting the aid of his broth-,. cent yearsand "Store. Club i
'.contemporary., free port shop. er Gerard, one year older and a cent yearsand "Store. Club" is
Every second person who comes qualified architect and engineer, following the increase with rcgu-
to Haiti seems to. know Max Max planned the blueprints for lar exports. The Exposition store
and the- procession of friends and a new store on a site directly be- stocks sisal goods 'aid several
. visitors in.. and out the portals hind the original "Store Club." varieties, of straw and cloth to-
oL the store is never ending. Gerard. Fombrdn constructed gether with goods manufactured
.. Many visitors express, dice cu- the new edifice and since late from string, hemp arid raffia.
".p.riosity as to where "Store Club" -1958 the second "Store Club" has The variety of hats; handbags,
,:took its name and Americans.es- been making a name for itself. and shoes to be found in "Store
p0cially always seem to detect An oblong 90 foot long building Club" is practically endless s.
'"a familiar ring in the catching the "Store Club" features a me-',There are literally dozens of ty-
.',tiler- -. *, .- .. canine floor where sisal and pes of plain and embroidered
"' When I opened my. first shoP- straw goods are on dispfiy, and handbags and customers can
,_-in- November 1955,", stated Max ample ground .floo. space for the. spend an hour 'debtifig which
.this week, "I wanted to ha e a large, rangy of- itemns that com- of the many styles- of Haitian
'nar e that was different. All the prise just .b6ut everything the made shoes -to choose from. i
;'to rist---.establishmernts around "r" "" """ -t- a s o co
toristestablishments around tourist dees essential-to sice- Pukhing the'.export of mahoga-
rtau Pince tendd to tve essfuld sp ny and sisal 'Ma has' shipped
t, 'word'; shop included in the The stoe is. fully airconditioa- -'his goods to Puerto. Rico. thl
E anrie 'o 1 ha to think o some- ed and lari e .bay type Windows United States and Europe and
.thing- entirely diverted. -Up came admit plenty of light. Recent re- proudly pointed out this week
:.,.,the name of the famous Ameri- no-.ations to the mezaine floor that his sisal articles have been.
14 -d, t. a .. e . .
c ia..night -club. Stork Club and have. turnedthat .area into a displayed 'sur la "Cote d'Azur"
P .ans"er-. was therel'.Thus florm of ."superma-ket" where '- the famed French resort. "I'm
Store .Cuib"was-bot.i'"l.,. -: prospective-shoppers can reddi- doing-'all-I can tobuild.up H.iti's:
'-ONE'-OF *SEVEN R.',BIK)TES ly; pRln the display of hundreds name -overseas% and, present in"
K ''A'A resident oqf La.itPe, Max of sisal. and straw items at ease dications are that there is a pro-
.. Olbruni -one- seiivrohb- and bu.; on a "self-service" has- nounced awakening,.- throughout
,erss and. has four'bsisters. Now is. . the world recognizing, the quali-.
: years of-age ihe .rceiVed -his. SUPPORT OF HAITIAN ty and popularity of Haitian
0,i` education 'at the Ecole SF Louis CRAFT ESSENTIAL made goods." ....
"'de Gonzague. and the Academie "I am interested basically 1- As a prominent- rimber of thF
,Commberciafe Where he studied Haitian made .goods because Pm FPBA Max Fdmbrun is "a past
.fr'. otw years and graduated with convinced that -it is sound policy master at.choosing ._the top ,Hair-
'degreein Accountinrg. to help the m a I industries tian' Meringue records for -the
i He'so.;tten A&-.the Port. au which abound here in Port a,' store. Max states that .ihe has
rTcet U. si-. ofi ; a period -Prirce. Nbt only does this fsupp- "all" 'the .top meringue.' reco-di
nee, e q. the not to, fxed ort make for development of Hai- plus one which has been .featur-
i -iteof .fs- ofibecoming ni. engin- tian' productivity and recognition, ed on several juke boxes round
eerlt t JtJhp1,ond .of 12 months for aitiar made goods,' but town "When You Came 'To
Sei toed 'dopiJt'" in- favor of there. arb, several thousand peop- Haiti." *
a Bust ess!career. E v e.n now le in the capital making their The above records a fnst me
.Max remembers his .days at en- living from this type'of employ- ving meringue feattiring a -vocal-
'gineeining. stdy and- each piece ment ist -describ the joys of the
|= of mahogany that receives a hook Whereas Max'. first store plac2 island and the welcome waiting
Sor:tnail. for. hanging udrdergbes a ed a large emphasis on import ?at the'-Store Club." 'This,record,
aetiBulus '-and: painstaking" en- perfumes, -his, present establishh. backed by the ever popular '"Hai-
e'eie-s. caclus.. biefir~'ei, ment has confliied 'tat "line to ti Cherie" as -played by Ft'oi'l
hai-nered 'ihnl place. '. a mihimum'and 1has rfin wild'oi Guillaume. was made fpr IV[ax
o.wi g his .departure 'from Mahogany ran ig from primi- bt- advertising purpose's and
nUn versity Max tpok up'employ- live arficres "right through to Ewittly proved to be, a. favorite
't.0 wieh-'i.a 'ell-known .tourist modern' styled mahogany ware. for dancing but liste'ers to
siop.'i i'tien'd-ap it.a.1, .in 1946, Included amongst the extensive "When You Come To Haiti"- per-
iw*&6 he -xeamed-for the next range of wooden ware is the sistently refuse to believe that
tA ine .ears lef-m-ng 'the pros and latest "craze" with tourist shop. Max 'is the vocalist despite his
'fio.p.of the. toui trade. In 1955 -eis Taverneau wood articles. insistence that he was a goo-1
at decided to.: .9bahout an..dhis A more resilient timber than singer at the time," 'but hnq
ow and in Nove1 bprrof that mal'ogany the Taverneau is left since "lost my voice."
sm ".ear .he. opeled- a -small impolished and instead -is given NEW RANGE OF
U"f t io ')nbped -,"naturally, a finish of highly polished wax. MEXICAN JEWELRY1
o tilub on.te Eposition Steak plates and, bowls. aric the' A wide ,range of Mexican jev-
Swi'. dtlt:bdhir.d where tor Fellers in t'-. .TavcrAea'u line. .e:ry is ,on:oder for tne "Store
.Eml.sy Ais located. To run- through the inventory Club" and the. silver items are.
ii`s A titifi-.a Iuept coriver- of "Store Club's" mahogany expected to arrive any day to
:.tai'st in -English, as. well as lines would take volumes Nut complement the already exten-
-finative French and Creole, everything from tiny carved sive range of goods available at
Max swiftly proved himself po- hiids, (in -the form of necklac- the shop. Iaitian made Copper
the ,,0P .fil mad Cope
and Tortoiseshell articles are al- Max Fombrun sayss. ~
so on display and, as connaisseur .get the Haitian Rhurt'.
EVERY/ NIGHT IS A ..
NIGHT AT EL RA N
THE PLACE TO MEET
S- OFYOUR IEnRI6
WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED AIRI
. -', "' '
.' .--. :-' '.-
AY SEPT. 18th. 1960
" H A I 1 S! N "
PAGE 17 .
STennis Chan mps Althea Gibson
S And Fageros Play Here
, .24-carat gold lame panties .".
ie "Golden Goddess of Ten-
t' -Miss Karol Fageros and
-:hampions of champion of
$ players- Miss Althea Gib-
Sturned on a dazzling exhib- =
of1 tennis on the Club Belle-
urts before a large crowd
day- at 3pm. i
i women head the list of
omen tennis players in the
'and both Miss Fageros and
''libson can tote up an im-
lve list of "extrd" yoca-
ibetween them comprising,
lilng, photography, athletics,
rd winning, singing, and mo-
Hin Silver, California, Al-
*".ibson has an impressive
.s -career and background.
;,w.s on her High School
Gibson with President on form er visit.
Basketball squad for four years al Negro Women's Singles Cham-
and her College Varsity squad pion, 1947-57, the C a r i b b ean
for a further three years before Champion, played at Montego
moving into the tennis world Bay and won by Althea in both
where sh ehas swept from suc- 1950 and 1958, New York State
cess to further success. Champion from 1954 to 1955. Un-
Her major Tournament victor- ited' States National Clay Court
ies include first place for 10 Champion in 1957 and United Sta-
consecutive years as the Ameri- tes Womens Singles Champion
can Tennis Association of Nation- in 1957 and 1958, and to top it
off a five time Wimbledon cham-
pion in both singles' and doubles.
Miss Gibson's accomplishments
don't call a stop at tennis. She
was awarded toe Associated
Press Poll, Frederick C. Miller
Eagles -Award, as the most out-
standing woman athlete of the
yeqr 1957-58 and also took the
Babe Zaharias a ward for the
same designation in 1957-58.
A solid singing career has also
been launched by Miss Gibison
who studied with Professor Jam-
es Kennedy of the Long Island
University. She made her sing-
ing debut at the Waldorf Astoria
Hotel on the W.C. Handy show
and has also appeared on the po-
pular Ed. Sullivan shQw as well
as recording a long playing disc
on a Dot Record Co. L.P.
Althea Gibson made her entr-
ance into the movie world as a
dramatic actress in "The Horse
Soldiers," a movie directed by
John Ford and authoress can
also be tagged to her wide list
Quand Beethoven, errait dans la ampagne viennoisj, son esprit alerte enxegistrait chaque
son. le chant des oiseaux, le bruisement des arbres, le
murmure d'un ruisselet et son g6nie les
transform en une symphonic eplendide qui dvoque uneo image vivante de la vie
campagnarde, ei la reproduction do la musique ne supprime pas la tonalityt6 des couleurs"
et qu nous connaissons sous le nom do la "Pastorale". Le son St6reophonique donne a la reproduction
le mime z6alisme que r'eecution original. Votre zovendeur sera heureux de vous fare
. une demonstration du novel 6quipement St6reo Philips.
CURACAO TRADING (
I EDaremet tropicali6.
- STEREO PHILIPS
COMPANY RUE PAVEE
of activities for in. 1958 her Au-.
tobiography, "I Always WanteLl
To Be Somebody," was publish-
ed by\Curtis Brown, Ltd.
Just in case anyone thinks;'
rMiss Althea Gibson carries on to
many activities to keep in top
tennis form, here is the final,
clincher she wol the U.S..:
Olympic Games (Pan American)
Women's Singles Championship
in 1959. and this year's World.!
Womens Singles Championship,.
(professional,) and World Wom-
ens Doubles Championship, (pro-i
fessional,) for 1960.
MISS KAROL FAGEROS
The tennis world's "Golden
Goddess" is the title bestowed'
on bewitching blonde Karol Fa-:.:
geros who partnered Miss Gib-.'
son -in yesterday's exhibition"
Hailing from Miami,' Florida:,
the 26-year-old, and single, Ka-i
rol is presently honored ps the
World's Women Profes s i on a I
Doubles Champion 'and a top..:
L RAnked fifth in Women's rat-.-J
wings as an amateur, Miss, Fag-i.:
eros holds many titles including.
thg Women's Western Tennis';';
Title and Argentina's Women's
Doubles and Mixed Doubles Tit-
A subject for fashion modelling
and photography, Miss Fageros
with dazzling blonde hair and
gray-green eyes, is- considered
one of the outstanding attractions
in the tennis werld. Hfr profes-
sional skills are not, however,
limited to the athletic world, for
off the tennis courts she, is es-
teemed and equally talented and
Selected by the Helene Curtis
Guild of Professional Beautici-
ans. Miss Fageros was chosen :
as one of America's best Coiffur-
ed women of 1959 along withisuch -
stars as Zsa Zsa Gabor and Cc,-
medienne Hermoine G i n g o 1 d.
Miss Fageros was also the re-
cipient of the 1960 awaid as the .
Outstanding Tennis 'Personality,
Temujis Slur Althea Gibson
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Seulement pour un
temps limited, la Esso
Standard Oil, S.A..
est fibre d'offrir le
r6chaud b kerosene
-- en Haiti. Pour de
utilisez le K6rosbne
, isso (Flamme bleue.)
Ach ete e v.oreauiouhi- m" ", .
, rixspecial d'introductioft -
In Port-au-Princ ,
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Prepared by McCann-Erickson C9rporation aaternational);.MiaA". im44 -I- .
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SUNDAY SEPT. ,ISth
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tt NOCwas'in town for : Iet visit Friday... Th
.dm i ,s' An'I Hal, .ti seasdnal sutar c~ine cUtt. i
Mn aarmy eu ,has4 dei bcte4d and pedettj
-iac rdlng' t runto s ditulatp the Ufted
ti-atied' atd.lay.. te' ChuiOh't God p prt nu
he4smbkldg" transport.-, JofeNoutas, is back
itd "its i Swltierlan*... o ege D .Mattis 'over
u .-.e branch. to see .the famiden.:hpestd.blt lent
The. .pintinbg -hi't. s Belle Creote's.,1 da
g n... GranidRue shop. propihletor. got ome .
M"theb choice .of.paiandcolor this' e ek..
l'^ ^Rto61"Miaii, P AaV
'wi t othe ~uy,"' quoth he:.;%-n' e
.."Miamni Herald", started arriving again after long
i y- Dohiia.. . . . : "
Oal"the answer to that Ifascinating green light
tliat slowly disappeared behind lie BoUt'li~t moa'-
:,eveming last at' 16:45pni would 'they please pas the
s,-j We' have become used .to the nurqber oJ[ visitors.
no, idea of what is or where is CapHaltien 'butr it. is
Rs.win this instance, where ,a visitor professes to know
lrb'eautiful second city and then states "Oh yes I'vc;
..il that's the island up In the North isn't?'"...
DeOyaline's Boulevard lias swiftly become the clty's
giX)-yaversed roadway Hopefuls are. already talking
as.they hope will be treated with a similar smooth
c&-. The Seventeen Ice Cream .Parlor on Lalue
bustling after dark trade and .the, ample area
S( the Sputnik Bazaar 'makes it conductive \to easy
At" least Haiti's entry in the Olymples .gqt his
presenting, his country against i n ternation al
adqd 'was not stricken, by the same fate that overtook
guy from a certain country. Seems like this competitor
ty's only entrant at the games and had been training
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'. EXPORT-' o RZEN-: FRUITS
FROM. PRA E FOR PAA .
SHere' fd ', 'of',high pyalse way)has given' such service. He
'for Pn i rw sayg: 'thed pick up our flower'
'for' an.., ( ';.g ad...' plane 'em at widely
Athet pI'4aid t;hat dtdre-'overuerAs deainat i0t1a s
let des.. m de Its e.t i 'mostly 6n ,tlime, not,. once, laUt
shipponf podprodu6ts ly. t. ifs the service repeated
ion v., p R yt.ai ied, a i4th regularity daily. thai ls rni-
the.. iT 0 u Tlou h. ,Thmp guyas t.at did the
bouwnl' ii-5 ini'tes "* /st;'-work op the "frozen; fpods
sap !.....t 4rO d' p er"' Maurice DIicurl elier in
p.t. fl "io e auba td ha'rge o .'nTp c ai d 'Max :St.
rnett' I' .tt c 'dep t t f ea of.a Cargo, but every ne
144 the cogo on boa t : lie the 'there .works, as smooth teAmo
plane left. on time oi. tie no.se. It akes, American priyvate':e-
Athetton L4e say -'an-Nr ).' t.riselook o
,, .. li ., c" ._ .p ap :
1 poi ii .
strokes hand or 2 minutes ini
?: m, d ....... f'.I ,p, d r
t i 2- 8". layer pans,.
Sake d minutes ',t,350 .degrees F. ,
irdst ith your choice of frosteniings.
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for the :event or the 'past 4 and a half years he sleep right
through the heats and missed out altogether... Sammy Ferber,
ex-member of the Meat Compa'.y returnedehere for a week and
was greeted' by ir. Foreand... lex-Colonel ErIest Rey is leaving
for New York Ito reside fpr a while... the children of Ernest and
Mrs Bbrchett, Mariann. (10) Grace (9) and Sandra (7) returned
to school in Jamaica after the summer here at Ruelle Nazon...
The Rev. Father Antonio Poulin S.J. returned from ten weeks in
Canada with new material for the retreat house Villa Manrese...
Sheelagh Burns of Diquini, Caracas and Westchester County, N.Y.
sat out hurricane Donna in Port with son Johnny, daughter Kathy
and her mother Mrs Anne Kennedy. They were. enroute to Detroit
from'-Venezuela"-. Bishop .Alfred Voegeli head 'of the Episcopal
Church' ifi Hat. sailed from New Wprk on the SS Cristobal Sunday...
Engineer and Mtrs Jaqkle Ati*uste are home from three years
abroad in Canada and the U.S... '
Tk C o'. MAS i.
.... b .au. n ,d .do .
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Sri ., Aait d 'r j ,i
ri .u ;s't re h. sbm.4e i
Jcunan,6 P er R.ico.jmou..tsfor1
trs m as shoew p, la ,' ahe V .. iZ.nd
a' n a amca e', "1a3i .-c ss -
selcti n of o .,r.' W;in ,
Mull .Cr istmlatnd o fl r u nusual
baraThn inSisngs at-f e s, j
wlr.th-ay G Wrim-.n d a ans Ca|
mcasl i. -eVtb worl dV. I
V.1 .YOUon .. -.same plane-y af! |
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b ,.vaxu*; e. at. ite !. tii.
an.taly E -. = ._a J
.ma% nuy 'alc h.-e'. ","* '.a :';
tAM ^ 3' s"-r"ai y e "othe
balls,'backffi e &es,
oM Aeat' h "rd6 0d .` T to
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r, ise lae .
itso .edyewor.it 0 e oithie .p ..t.
Ho0'$, F9,u an Swt-
bland.. t ane
rnas. I m or
ebargn s n -s .Tches, ew-
bearuu Ghera and 'JCue ca-
mrhae n ibst""a.ndmade ote
omnd. iana mepb'mi's"' neei-port-
portsad inc lding he ts fh '
Sfrsf uda'al. oan
i Allts e n d le w.teVirguinIsul
Pan American, which connects
the islands with important Unit-
ed States gateways: publishes ain
inexpensive world guide which
contains shopping suggestions for
each area. They suggest it be
used by Fall vacation island hop-
pers in making up their Yule
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S.f. -, I N .-
END OF THE FIRST DECADE 'HAPTS. .OLYMPIC Enid Mosierja''c
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Josters. pr.iya. it ativ. and enterprise, and enhances the sacred ENTRANT i '(Contild' ro pge 1 ott',an te"evii"'.
trust the people should always have In their press. The Sun wll united engagement. at. the I iu ..- i ,"
. vigoroitklyfightg ainsta, pbytbHeafion that violates that'trust. I LAGUERRE ed.edSeptie.bf 'Pa-Wahei
'The Sun-has an unbhakeable faith in the future oI Haiti and its 21 tied to coincide-with e' ical. pro
p .. .' BLACKED 'OT O'etesti.__..esb-pr t
For he decade that have passed -ail te..ele epth and the.other In(Continued 'rom er te'did i
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.ye r ,l A ,, n e --" -e rdtet Il aeknow leJg s -the suppob t of it : -.-
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So. abe bigger and better newspae til o 6ur unique representative. IbFt -. 'o .. y .oqng.. t, _.i
"N'i Ntl g codl-pieatd he Sum more thanito hve othingf opub a the Roe Olympic Gam e :ber husba. d .Aonso,1,; ~.T f 1 d i
h- "Ju(t "good- ues But there always ,mdstb.,.t bp s ad e- N'velte, staed hatm adian .d riner .'of consqeirt.re ., on dop g-^ ,
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4JUWS.UL-ag ryntU~hiyiituw i SIS Wl t g'ieie 'wtho tttk a second' placing 6n e.,yEisao
lopg to the people of Haiti. T y' wilt n' yS find thi the bel'd..f 9i'd Ameridan-lifter .Fbri 1 erigd-- t'M-.... I.-.o'
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