Haiti sun ( September 25, 1960 )

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Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: September 25, 1960


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


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

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Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00280

Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00015023/00001

Material Information

Title: Haiti sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 46-47 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: R. Cheney, Jr.
Place of Publication: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Creation Date: September 25, 1960


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution: Duke University Libraries
Holding Location: Duke University Libraries
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32441147
lccn - sn 95058138
Classification: lcc - Newspaper 2117
System ID: AA00015023:00280

Full Text

f Iisufi 5m

a t N n -ncident N O

.pn Can Be Proud Over..
U *' Blvd. Opens At long last the true and tragic phases of Philom
TWO KLOMETER aAVENUE'S .aguerre's entry in the Rome .Olympic Games. hiiv
INAUGUin iN mGHLIGHu r een niade-public.,The story.is not flattering for Hait N
>lf ^ *^ ^ ^ B~ff S SEPT. 21' CELEBRATIONS Jlympic Committee..and is one incident' that no"'-n`|

Sis le S Si e e conclusion of the In- vision.He sessed that b
.AnSou s Ia ,ls his H d Sep. eCO." :..,' ,
member 22, a public' holiday anti national competition specula- tained "absolute confide nCe i
''decreed as Dayf National Sov ion and rumor has run rie con- Philome Laguerre o
e eig le w ashighlited Wedn earning the fate ofait's cham- The formierIM1yorG stil 'i
U-P i- aIwith th Inauguration of ion eig Avenue Me -li Cter. Did he nay etem er 25th, 196 : prior t e.
The extensi onteporary B incident

jevard'Jea Ja *cqniues o npag )toin erard, the former pae 1n.o broke n a rec.d t and.-mode
CrossE Jn thee capital' cPref of Port au- Prince, gave a com- adding that he didn't know 2
iCen Be Proud O "ver .j

Concrete l mainstreO decked with b tu re e situation in he aer to Iatthe Rome exploits d nb6esd iut-
..t s a lg liad eng d September 15 andnd p it e s orecly toa er.isoie ar id is t

iinals ft pon g hast e tdn eei t ld t agic r ph d s oo 7h4ei
R; ,N me 56. one_--- --- --- - 6 d tihncie f al Jewelr' a p beini his plett er I et c eek. date of w ih ll orma r ^
i e rs , ., oc o n t h e e n i i o .;clt hesOs '.mxm
O. egTre faced E guerr re' fai ts tc peer inr dth bere Y holymiti bodytas red..-"
eeone maAUkingTt' third e nT sor
f Ie'aes h s elynepic Committee.pan d is one incident thlt e d on1d.

Sot' ve-. nof the n e n rud about n i o

ilc e e ina gn r ti n n tpem er :te.the oftr ona s e ne oi f bhe Pntiru don i 10) | lo our il o d l
S &I
i dent.G- .t.-d-'; t -a disae qritle ~i
Dru rancod s Dua i erns 'th ird be-Nrds h"
iverar his electthe onclusion of the In- vision. He stressed that
t eniber 2e ~a pubit holiday anti eran conipetition iua-led "absolute confidcnco' h..'3

CEREMONIES OPEN "ine ..mhave been cperater c
e~Weig THT as TEkinied Wed erring the fate o Engineering conr.- Pho rme L agerd Toi
S22 the T Deum was pron oun- on we planning t r. Did he c'm- a few da portothe.O
cd on the steps of the Nationalnal toin erard, andthe former Mayo broken a re d and mo
citiesgartd province es of he Re financing completed by Novem-
public filling the expansive Pa ber." ste and Mr.pathetic explanation .of adi dirto United Staites 0-
lapenna w n. President Duva hie d September ic5 andAirected to wsas feeUngfie .(USOMn ) heas'i
and thousands official cartizens ard the vision Manager'Le Noueltiste." HayYoeii 4efHaiti

Te Deum from a lar ge Khaki auguration day of the nea Pan some three month s ago on Home
o. ne D aerapitched at the fooAmoffiait by ded the focal o e n i ett 1Er eire und o
of the Placey eenraince steps. Juan Hons for middSales Manaweight a- countrlass' i m m weighed thi
'Ceremonies marking the guerre's failure to compete in the. young Haitian bodiy bullker .tt--

A soldier of the Haitian Amy for La the weight lifting di- ed e r k.
t (Continued on page ) (Continued on pe 19) of who held kg the position
TEan his Goernme be 22 celebrations of- President Du- aler's of USOM Director from the23rd

la onthe section, then ei Father Hilaire says Ilae of October, 1957, last Wednesday
of thetheNational Palace Place Toussa Wednesday moinrning.t Lourture e n th
At 8:45am ThursdaISepterb-of Miami for the Rpast tw o eeks '....._Inie

er 22 the T Deum was pronoun planning runway, c'i headquart-
cities and provinces oF the Re financing completed ISPy Nove rs will be sited in Trinidad and
pu odbic filling the expansive Pa Ier." stated Mr. Wilian F. Rlk- ted St O -
lace I a w n. President Du\'alier e\n Pan American Aii'wayvs Di- Mr. Harry, oe, hch' iti'.
lore and his official party heard th vision manager on Friday -in-M. YoeNTS 6 MILLION
isTe Deum fcopperom a large haki auguraion da of the new Pai some tLreemonths ao on homA .
nd tent profitched at the oo llAm office here, leave, will notn bd turningg to :.
So the Palaceentrance steps. Juan Horns Jr., Sals -Hitianager s country has itwas led a newd tlis
A soldier of the Haitian roady for Latin nmeria. William R- week.On Frida afternoon t .
daily s onnds of bubbling liquids, page ) (Contiand hion pe 19) Yoe ho held the position:
e. hiss of gaselebraions of- President inDuvalier's of USOandred ee Director fro the 23rd .

tvolheoburr of revolving wheels n-i "Chec jtrpired Jew e lrys i- ment by the IMF in the Ilalnl
the Naionard.These.areno Palac Wednesday in 1951oring. s !ad over of the oath of officed-by as Dgreement
S, sasonancesr of USOM for the lwst Iudies-ir
-j o 't.-eederatio.s His new headquart- "b..
TE-AN AND WINIFRED CHENET DISPLAY oSwill be sited in ''rindad .i nd.-.
toe wi200 pieces daily of ul not b e return Oc to ill
GREAT ARTISTRY ANre bein GINAeev TY in his of whichial c formally cp
Voodoo .ymbols anil (ndT.h'tkcn from Haitiati folk- '
i lore and characterized, .Mardi- Gris figures. aqiinall. IRMF GRANTS 6 MIIIION
twists of copper and brass an'! 'spirals of silver; tIcs- DOLLARS TO hAITI
and the irofsth creative sof Durills of Jean and Winifre d Tthe ler:eatigel mlonr tar:.,
the greene combine to mke the pn:glar S'lh~it, W nl-Haifian Fund has gr:untwed a new Tclat
.product, "Chenet" jewelry, of $S3.000.000 to llaiti accnrdu -,
to p AFP rles-:tc:, d'lelin, I
From a large un-sign-posled' dr.'lil. :-lurl !' a welcomee f,'om Washinrton, Scpternbrr 2"..
factory on the Bizoton road tni coa..-':n"n;t,,an metal artists Jean, On Fridonay afternoon t:ar n'-.-
daily sounds of bubbling liquids, En.'aoI (Colu'' snud his wife "in.- psix million dollars. c d:o ls.
the. hiss. of gas,'harnmrring and [red. (nee Ma..nn.) granted to the Haitian r';?!r.
the-burr of revolving wheels ,cn "Cher.c:" jewelry ,h cIi iin- ment by the IMF in o fhr .i' ;
le heard. These. are not the ceptioe: I 1951 has placed over of the "strand-by" agreement o'
.. ,..- sounds of mass withciaft but thle -100 desigui.s rf every imaginablc a period of one year.
indUstrial sonances heralding .up yrpe of irP\'e'ry on the *lo',! 3n This new valhe will be dis-'
.. to 200 pieces daily of unique dis- overseas uurrket and ':ew ,.'--ts sable beginning October ist. iih'
tinctive Haitian Jewelry. are bein planne-i every week, date of which will formally ce.rl,
A knock on the front door of During an inter-.,'ie at tie TI'zo the prewous agreement whr'.e-
B lined the green and grey faced buihl- i ton facro,' this week \Vinifrcd bye this country Was granted a'i
iter whom the new fourlane main street was naned ing six days out of seven admits ICont? an Am r."21n :_2!Idc.:t i : Interaaluonal Monelar. F u n d
al inauguration on September :2. the visitor to a scene of busy' (Contliiued on pinge IO) loan of four million dollars.

6: PAGE 2 HAITI SUN"'_ SUNDAY September 25I

AS R N .Inauguration Of New Boulevard
BY (Continfiyd from page 1) to honor the Republic's Chief of main arterey "Triomphei
served as the altar boy and the State. Foi" and he underlined the
SAUBELIN fOLICOEUR mass was sung by Haitian priest Speaking to the huge crowd ure of local businessman M[
Father Hilaire, the National Pa- present Engineer Adrien Roy. wald Brandt who had acc
I .i :Frt ct.:: f:- ijjle.a:d Jead the State a loan of $1,000;,
1lace Chapain. F win J -cques Dessalines spoke of the he also made an
e. n Hbrt a ,er. Pa pub.es inis vo.ved.if buiding the youth of the natio-s _
S-t-"I Th er, the ei se r Jp lfpNaotina new-h.mbin street -which before the compref
Educ..on, gave a rousing speech ha lad in desolation and an made by. the -
0.. in'. whlc.i he stated, "all power impasJ.b:c staf!-for a period of Port au Princei'-
S- conies Irom God and no force ho years. Adrien Roy stated Jean Deeb, sp6ke to-the'
Scan remove' that. power from he that..45 P t-ns of cemet -were cc gathered and for
Y...oung .Lawyer David Ades, in textile bus i es s in Pot who holds i." e added th wish utilized in paving the roadway veiled a commemorate
~ au Prince and New York, arrived here last S.:;irlay from Miami that the understandingg" people and-.he praised his collaborators of Boulevard Jean Jac
S. Lovely Jackie Sparks and brother Leslie who spe.it t e s Imrne demand; that Uthe patietic. e ,and 'the, exc .0:1: .p.n':T-r ce salines whic:i .is iSF C
Francois )Du,'ier 'ot abaridon ofamaiiatecinic.
vacations with their parents (Mr Sparks is with the Po.it V te p a the nd of his ter -im c ist Lanar- iuted onam s oft-
-h-ere:fle'w back to the University of Oldahoma Sundry. Jackie ant in office. e Honort ed e new ofhe n teet
: o i o erM' o friend aoriild Butler were very sad about the situation, GUARD'S DORI Ytd e : TORYV .
"the were as torn away from each other. INAUGURATED
SFol l o w i n-g Rev. Papailler's '
Char ian Marie eleneFisher is b speech the President inaugurated "
"':..C'harinante Marie lelene 'Fisher is b.ck to New York wierr 'the principle dormitory of the
:-'te is studying Journalism at Manhatt.iinille CJ'!ege. Presidential Guard built at .lh- 4
Prominent Haitian La wyer Geo -es Daussan, Jr. and his wif rear of the National Palace. Thi- '
i-re currently vacationing in the .Unitlrd States. .s the second .Presidential Guar'.1
::.", Philippe Julien Craan flew to Switzerland S:-rl..,y : tue building to risee on the Palace
e grounds diiraing the past tbrj
; studies in medicine. ears. A ,past to President Du- .
S ' .alier .as given in champagne 4 '""" :'""i: '
ti his parents in Jeaews
Jn Alxis is currently'viiting'his parents in New York. Pierrc by Presidential Guard Comma '
4i1artaqie 'of All Anierica Cables is vacationing there.' 'der Claude Ray mond and I
S' Mongeau went :bcto.M6ntreal Sunday to co:uinil. he" 'speech %as pree noted by Colonhaf d F'I
.: el Uexandre Laraque of the Haa- nd a half cUps sifted F ST AL
':;:studles'9tt the Univ, ersity.:
"stui.e" at the University.. *... . ktian Engineering Corps.
?:' SPARKLIN. NEW Add'4 gg his :
:Oii'"i t4U:Saturiy, Delta Flighl from ,New. Orleais, La.*it paryv BOUiLEVARD DESSALINES Add 4 Aeg4-w,..h n .a.
i tin .Elier: b a Purchasing Agent for Spotlighting the celebrations of ea onul salt
1'hed Mandacturing Co ,Ne.v 'Orleans and wife Doris a crpw the 22nd was the inauguration o salt
-'' 'I the city chbaimging two-kilomeler "'-
l'hdule'for Deltain .New rleasg. Captaih W lia .r T.ero ,pl t'e cay a o 3 an- ohalf t poo*f0 b o der
the Paifa,' -.d S':..,.ley Mr: James W ,. V d :"-. '..Boulevard Jean Jacques Dessa- an a. half lSpOO[iD bai n ,owder:'
di the Dlta.and wife Sh ley; Mr James W. Varnado, also a crew lines, the undulating neon light-
-cheduler' for. Delta'aiid'wi'fe Vee; recently mairied, :;mmyv and ed concrete strip s\ thing a ad a half p
h-aad a h~ cup sugalf ,c
'eewere honeymdnig. 'The larty stopped at" the Riviera Hotel direct route through .the heart -
iud"a:,--time-- at :Gaban a Choucoune dancing the meringue of Port au Prince. h, e quarters c -k
:ig a .... A. .. . ""it' "g ill "o;o,71
i~ tI an~t Hai ?ret.ll Sunday'. ndon : '
,.:.' :. *-: .. .l., .-.. : - ., Anitu g 4.h se mpkig thbe spee-
.. the Pn ine S -n ches'proclaiming the opening a cp .shortenig
".safi-.o l.arda othe Panma Liner SS Ancor. ariivedthe Boulevard were Jean Jacques ..- ."
..ere-,l i yra MarkJhtm, a talented lady' painter froni Halifax, Dessalines contractor-engi n.e ej a M hand -
-a- t' .q5 andaramn-tw, A
Verm.knt She s staying 'at the -Hotel Quitqcya and plans to'.lie Adrien .Roy, the Minister.of Pu- -v. "
I latelyy in -litit. "I wis h;,re when ,I was a"yorngi 'girl, s-J blic Worksand City. Mayor Jean -4 '
ij tih ar and I could never forget the beauty T enjoyed In Haiti Dceb. All the.sp'e che s were':. .
.' made before the new cream .,
% recalls my Vermont, even after my many trips around the ae e th n ja of s i a-i
painted police post and jail-of
(:.", .An:.avid admirer of Peter Brueghel, a. flerisish painter Portail Leogane.
eift-...lth Centurs,. whose the directness of technic and the fact Following, the speeches the '' ",
ap: e;eliy:.'tad something 'lo .say inade him depict wiLth a First Lady of the Republic ass- 't .:
e "f ".ted by the President and Mayor
Sne landtrue- fueling the life of the. people he experienced. listed by the President and Mayor I >. i r
I. ;:; ... Deeb .cut the r.ibbo, to officially agaes ha
-le 'talent of. te artist:.can.. easily be apprec6ited-l through the ', -^ ., *r ,.t sr ,
.. . i i .eail be a preiated. -open-the-Bou va ic...W. mixer at medium speed.
i:.r0.. siots of. her .woiks. She. will paint here in a., orpleely then travyt sed by le Ptesi'- . '
.'esh style as Haiti will inspire her 'and eventUally' .. ad. batter-nto 8"ayer pans .tU V
here an exhibit of her paintings. Her paintings have. all th d.fjli alh t ourth batter-,into 2 8"ayer ps ,:,.
es the Brueghels. The coloring in her works is simply cat The Presidential cavalcade ..o.:..
Sang- Arc t ri p thep o- ost with y ir choice r stenmgs
ii .. -a i.a-' -.:. -to- ,'e ienievI-narateiveug to tA .Ma B- ;-. eonve
h.,_ w heoativei h ah i

.with her par ets "five. years. of absence/ She :ga- a that tofi- qJight,... Ibol, of unity.
daui Msngiilg condert".at Rex Theatre, a 'few weeks ago. N This Archway was erected by -
Sfriena o'iftr President l 6td Sa~v B .BSINES
i4 edVieur Roy, nearly 17 the only son of Mr Raymond Roy, 'd S
f HsBiei Metal and Hotel Beau Rivage, went back to "school it .h 'n r i ' c '- '_-.. .
tzerlnd, Sunday. FIRST EVENT TO BE LIVE ., -. ..
CTELEVISED iItbuqiesiilnanrxno nd
Crowds .lined the masinstreet Frey, 'S Petersburg, da CANCE
i.'"ichel Ange Voltaire, of the. nstitut de Credit Agricole, et l:i- formerly known as the Grand spcnt several daysin toi.n itb h WO
'strel, and Mr Etienne Augustin arrived Sunday morning' front Rue, and T wows of cars and trucks hi '-charin ig. daughter: Nancy Dr. Robeit
.ta C.lference of the FEDECAME. in Mexico. Mrs Voltaire ac- carrying "supporters followed.in tiifl;ek, M. 3 Fey is -'an old cancer spec ia st
diTLpenied- her husband 6n the trip, the wakeof .the Presidential mo- friend ofi'aaii. d has ben co-, pent a e d.ysb
torcade. For the first time- an dining here for a number of He is one oflie
eventof -this kind; was flashed years; this is.. the first time on voters of the H
are Cichovslki, caghter of .the Vice-President of the Caribbean to TV viewers by live television. 6the island for Nancy but, accor- city to whom he
i .eInc and wife Dorothy flewv back to school last week. Clare Later in the day the new Town ding to her, definitely not th trip the technic of
~: tudying at the Florida State University of Tallahassee, Fla. Hall of Petionville Was inaugur last she loves the paintings, ment for cancer.D'
ated and in the evening the Le- Ihe people and the sculpture. worked here with Dt
( e gislative Corps held a reception Father and daugihteer- stayed at left Haiti Wedned
e (ontinu1 oed page B) at the Petionville Villa. Creole the Sans Souci Hotel. to return in Dede".

,.:^' ,". : 2: ..1, .* .at. .de. For rs:t ..time- n rui"nth r- o a ;-.'.: .- ibe o ."esi on.'-'..

t1e*trt 25,i960

"'H A T1 I QIl N"

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r.,-.I .- ringu "Yoyo", sung in 'Creole nest Lamy with his music appear
ISie r xl u1 with very good diction. Equally nightly at the Bamboche Ro6i.mr
.. *' true. were Miss Mosier's offer- of the. Riviera. From PoA. .auu-
i ings of Trinidadian calypso and Prince Enid Mosier ana AlfogiC6,
61sn n Dittr Ia lMartinique popular s on g s, the will go to Puerto RiPo anji dt:
S d L v latter also rendered in excellent Bahamas before returning hndE4
'..:.- " Creole. to New York for their fall-;g
HR ORMANCE HAILED Miss Mosier, Alfonso and Er- gements. ..
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tioier sings American, Caribbea
i '.;,.:. ;at HoleL iviera.

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SEnid' Mosier made a successful
Sreappearance 'at the Bamboche
SRooimni of the Hote, Rivibra- on
*Wednesday night before a pack-
ed house. The American songs-
tress and her husbFud, Alfonso,
Swho shares the bill ;ith her, are
\very popular in Port au Prince,
where they are currently appear-
: ing for the third time, and this
'was very much apparent from
.. e applause that greeted her
comi h onstage.
Aller touring Euroie. the Unit.
ed States and Canada, Miss Mo-
:sier' presbits' ah eitire!y new re-
".' pertoire, 'includitig' Hatian songs
and Credle nuribers irom Mar-
tiniqe as well as ca!ypso music
front Trinidad, Alftnsd's birth-
place..The young mca.,ings with
E lid and is also ar-' complish-
ed drummer. the .uasic is pro-
Svided in the eexpcelieit manner
with which Maistro let Lam:,
plays for his puih- *'
M;ss Mosier's-re nda'on of "Bye
.Bye, Black Br' Banana
Tree". "Love foii 8l6", "Sho.
--Eie t'e Way tGo datn':S
.us Blues', met I.th Ol 2r e d
Stirqpplause and r- success 'air
V1ore re remarllb in her 'Inter-
station of th' -o Haitiannme

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RIDGESHiirE", OCT. 26th,




THE WINNER OF THE : OE Pi'rizBE $20,000 "

'The sale of tickets ihl 'fHaitiis extended to

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13t1, 1960 "
Tickets cost $2.00 each -i-ooks of 12 tickets cost $20.00
Official receipts can be obtaYi tely at our new offices S.W.

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Dr. Aurele Joseph, (fifth ('rom right) President of Haiti's UN ice, a
Delegation stands with his fellow member delegates Io'lie 15th time
S General Assembly as they are fare:-elled by (overnmet to tell
and City officials, General Pierre Merceron, the Armed Forces your
Chief of Staff, and Education Minister the Rev. Hrbert Papailler. tlingf
The mission departed for New York Sunday last. people


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son, le &ant des. oiseaux, le 'bruissement des arbres,

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le mdme r6alisme que 1'ex6cution original. V
S. R D. ,.M... STE ". ,

une demonstration du nouveol quipement StWr6o Philipal
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Ike's Talk to 18 La ti

Following is the text of Pres- these Governments, all of which
ident Eisenhower's address at a have served and worked so clo-
luncheon Thursday at the Wal- sely with us.
dorf-Astoria Hotel for Latin Amr- T. n i"
dorf-Astoria Hotel for 18 Lali- i n l '
American delegates to the Unite .I n: t :inl of the importance that
., tons at which Haiti was re- r.:' P..a _to the
pre .led by Dr. Aurele Joseph. functioning and indeed the exis-
T' ,s the time, I think, to tence of the United Nations, and
the p.':.,i'i',ty it has for f'Prt',er-
reaffirm some of our convictions the p.d'ty it has for frt
and our Leliefs that are import- ing te spir, tons of men. But
.n ,t on f I want to tell you in somehowv

'e. son-eone l,7. me today,
ays Ic s than four months
o serve in my present off-
nd possibly this is the last
I shall have an opportunity
you, as representatives of
sev\ al governments, some
of my affection for the
e of Latin America with
I have worked, and the
on of my Government for


more L:..m-lm L-shion how deep-
ly I believe in the Organization
of American- States, ormrinized
within the llnits prescribed by
the Charter of tie United Na-
Goaitlem-n, o-ir nations are
bound together not merely by in-.
escapable' tie of. geography. We
are strong, and we are worth
while only because we are boun-I
together -by things of the.spilit.

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ise, son esprit alert enregistrait chaque

le murmure d'un ruisselet et son g6nie les

ii 6voque une image vivante de la vie

rime pas'la tonalityt6 des couleurs"

ale". Le son Stdreophonique donne A la reproduce

Votre xevendeur sera heureux de vous fair



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The dedication we haet
perishable values, of huis
gnity and liberty, and thlet
eignty of our respective n
these are the things: J-j
worth while.
But because we.d'J'
these values. and w ,
same dedications,-."'
vote ourselves as aIns
production of that kind
here, that kind of siti
the' world that will. let'
ress, with the help of,the.i
which we all believe, t'i4
better life, not merely'( f
people as sit around thlSr
but for the lowliest'pe")
lowliest farmer; the-i 14
dweller in Harlem arid
Side toward a better i
My. friends, our 'neigh
republic to the south an"I
yes decided to;b" l
it began by beil-g- a
intoo the name of
situated, El Diablo.,'
dert tof Mexico andl M
change .that ,name;' aW
the Aniistada (Fiends
This is the _.wodt
to me, all of i.s cann
as our motEo be-a
have, as Isa
nations, he-; sa
'the same i~
Now.a zlthoult
prhizsedt 'liiere i
speech, I found I have -
violated my proi~se,.-.buF
.ask you all to standwi
'drink a toast to "Ami'Astt
Getting to:-Aux Cayes'.;
a big' problem ,acqrddid
s M. Gi ansor an-leige
"the U "S. On "the"mti.
tried ,trIfly to Aux _Cay
was -.no-seat available+'.

p lane,,.the& second day -l
seat- by hiring a specl
:but" this aircraft vasi.
I"and because of naii' an
return. The thirddayi
attempt Mr. Gibsodntoio,
gular flight, by.: Cobti
Cayes liut rai -once ,
vented landing; ;the-k
* v.'as successful ..- i



to get back.

Mr. B. Hansen,;. -
and Mr J. Ghurka
spent a holiday ".in.
week. Bbth visitors'N
Chicago, Illinois. :i:
Miss Beatrice-- Bosa
U.S. Embassy retuTir
on the SS Ancon- froi
day excursion, trip.',t
and a rest cure fi
months ot hard yori

The Caledonia:J sMI
pany. Rony Chenetit,
moved its _offices .f1
Marie Jeanne.-iin til
City to upstairs o0
the National BafitK,
Their new. quati e
ly airconditionhe;i




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portunity to congratulate you-and paradise and Haiti's Riviera. ~.:;
O w'iw $J ....... IJ" .I your staff in. tbday entering the would be pleased, to:leb you ha&it
I' NGISH LA NGUAGE NEWSPAPER eleventh year 'f publication of a letter of.:introduction to'Ed
mmnIlty W6 fi*udliguea)0ai y' Morning the -'Haiti Sun"'which has serv'- mond Pierre who ,would'be d,
iblher- BERNARD DIEDERBICGH ed the Haltian steadfastly since lighted, to *show you the -bea
.i. l.. t -- .... its 'inception. May the "Haiti ful. spots of Southern Haiti-f
,.f .p...ALA--.8........ E .......Sun" continue its ood work. fact,.-J was take down.aa
R,,,E T P'R- ERICANPISS S .... throughout the years to come, South by.a, Britisher,.BasH1l
ESTABAIiSED IN 1950 AITI SUN thus rendering a great service tiy (fordier Shell and..Tropiga; "
P!"--' .. 'I. 1: ..*.. ..:'.. . En"ille' the Haitian people as 'well as t6p nager,) who vauntedc. c.t i
.. -,.' .... '" Deaft Mi-'Digderich:.-' ** all foreign visitors; whod can kejep s r hlry. and tculy, tht 1.
'i' .IA"i' TAN' OLYMPIC Many -'tfhaiks Airt your kind abreast of 'local and foreign riedly packed my--;ca iear
*rI rt C iES IFFO r I .write 'tiJ''tt the "Haiti Suri" of news.-'LcoIncuir wholeheartedly in fou;.- years -ago,, retarrlnih
1 I p:' eitrlbere'.tth ?! ta-very glad yo ,i viewpoint-tliat a great .fut- many hundred colo Ii.hqt.l.00-
il.S.O B GMADtE oE ed ind Ith- deed to know ':that 'the two lue:'liesin store for Haiti ahd--its ti's Cote .d'Azur. S.ee thel: I
e "oe dff'f lyii)i' t Ganme's have. concluded and&.the cbtIb-..oldets "if~-qusestion ,ie. people, Iarticuraly iin the realm have made several thpsI. l.the
[i.eel umbid t6 their ,homelands, clitics'-and advo-' "-Gte4iing f'rorid Sothern Haiti" of tourism. South,' as recently :as.8 s;c
rl vr are e'ttin fdrtHi theirc-view's7oh Games to aid'tGirltinrigs for 'Northern Hai- If you have not already ddne ago. returning to the most-.,ybj-;i
rstrong'moral and active .b6bt"4is'needed rapidly in ithi i t"AJ'rie to'ydto liking. I now so, you should take a trip down tiful isles of this country. :;'..
itiridied toeveni'dcompete at the japan Qlympic-IFl t.ake pleasure in -riclosing the South by plane to Aux Cayes, With best rqgards,,...' ;
a gr i n .-;;- .e.. de*,,thi-16 de; '"fGteetings from stay at Hotel Conde, and then Sinceely youts,..
me ... afl,"" ith'Wl best complbi -isit by launch Tle a Vache, BYRON CORONEOS
:. fa't: n.. ; "&' e thd, " "dti f..ed-., 1'badly
pg eac t h It i .- onibt''vagreed th~ HItP ifaedi'adly ments. Cayes a I'Eau; le a Bouee, -.-
Ri wise [1rm th-e very-Poutet-in al' lipis-cts.: u. seli 'I would like to take this op-Baie des Flamands, etc., a true R DUCE FA
F tlif ( d"Ad ol-eitfriid ,;' the 'Rdomr 'Ca*nes, -Philome R E Y R
ais wth fdt -' ti'ffodti--di"herdriing: r-in- ., NEW YORK B ;I-
F ;IseMdu r a'" h%-tA ifoeUiA'todet-''the i : ing 'a .- ... .. .. ... .. PANAMA' "
f' a te' ci st Vdae." *- ' c.iti to e a mo o.verful al -event represent.ing,.team in- Iorder to stimulate
i lil oh d'' h aP'eri H ehif 'eeoft- corm '. *" Vai.ti b
65t t 'o'tre tBs Riispiss i'foi welghtlifting hi I' o an athletic ssotioi'idyg& d F Trip T i
.I this t avilirid~6o dinme. NoofficiWdl Epublic t available means The initial cost \ bould be little, what is there Steamship Line has announced ,a
i s.VE'sV fac-'byEfigguerr n' ish6ffiefaln d d o buy? --.not'tniJbessa? n to make a start. Equi pment should 1 Pr cet ,edpction ir .'
steamer fares between Haiti and
-the determined. efforts of ''fe f 'hlid'rBupportersioafd .orpe with the inflUx of funds. One of the most spectacular winier New York City. between H
Pi4tfl" Pri' eari ithnaged b 'inake'! the 'y0rimpids. at'the just concltded.Olympics was the Ethiopian palace guard '
as.Unala n'ri'ai'i6nt W'discbsidit dabnicangW' the tio won the .26-mile marathon running barefooted. II...,he,qxlld This10 per cent reduction .will
t cmuch can be done'oe/b'sur'~bEitted'att tIpati6on.by. o' it barefooted then Haiti's potential atletes'caz i"start eAn- .be given only when the steal
no..w.in. a grass....pou--ue.
exVTanl' foljoaig :l1pi 'Gahsts. .' ,:.- ig now in a gras impounded stadium with the useW .feet, ship.ticket is used in corijunctlon,:
i W pbi'oitftaa i off-:'aiandoi A'dep 'iprvahvc.adeCo- 4 "bit of training'&nd:a''lot 'of encour-agement :.:-' tan ha t aih,' orline ticket. Thlif
es-raceft ht istro ,hibdic in, ..ie mai., ; -1^ .m.ans-'that a touicst can fly t0.;
'"" . ... . , .. ,". Hailti-and: return by ship ior v cer
nations are nowl.. a.d.n. ang da teous "-- : .versa)adir eroyir reduction -of
'"and"s d his respect RHaiH-lli pedt., N-., '. 10 per: cent '.' tle teamer ticlk:'t
." ATUIJ lIC ASSOCIATION ESSENTIAL .: 'et.Residents .f"-Hait may asI0
i ydo 15iti6-abe"Qisiuld-'b tl atb ridadcI hs selves of this reduce
netic assbeiiation _composed:f l U '6sad for the, ii~f .ey s iould wish to ,fly.
'iec a itit y ti .- cosi us or e way between Haiti aind New. b
e 4p m't".to' fo"rnlily, "gh-lrsT 'of contltriouis, spoel
.York City.
r uetois,' o" 'oltWaTtalti't""'fhi '" sin. Sibflr an -..
,rhut who are keen followers;' act tIbemedeiatfleVes sportio he Travel Agents of Port hgin::
d~ m a" st cmn6lcomk lo.,bfl "~l athletesi: l:v" .. ,. 'nee have been alerted and
'id sorts-associffitbh-ido?-The -fbrMi~tioni'tfrfuh a group a ready to take care of -all
I". t e ,' in ai er tife:'fr 'the 'huidreds.ofl* potia., arrangements attending this 're- '.
-L H, ....l ;. -.du u- d fa'e operation. Of course;,
-sdting in ithi ounti r Hifi isaport- nde country the i'sual 10 per cent reduction'
th~ 'rheVAn1ntnN'dm4y, little or' vrimeans d6f developing 'applies or a round-trip fully.by
ir 4' t .4 .,. ...,,,, :. l steamship.
i Cato'r.Stadium is a big and well equip'pedbarena presently !
et all ioo inffe4luent 'gap es' df soccer, 'the' National sport. FOR SALE
Fe rna' itof an athlfeic assec nation and tlieagreeiment: PILCO TROPI'103 -- INTERNATI6N.AL 6-BAND RADIO
:. re aiutliorities' the stadium coduld.'easilyt, be used- as Listen to the High-Fidelity brilliance of this Philco master mod Is1' Runaboul Clinker built
pnt' f'r th re 'fraiing, eniY611igi 'a nd cobnip~itionG oI Hiti'.s el .a d 'yoil think you''e in llh studio, so keen and clear'is -ever Widdshield. Equipped with 30 H."
,'-b. P4iontbord Mercury engine elec-..
tpandl cbuld' also be: sed 'as 'a medium fog providing: the rog me. .' outh ore Meru engine el
.n for-h.e pulic; *an l a,. si- D-- .srcie'-started Hahd wheel steer-.'
inecessary for sending a contingent to the' Olyinic Canes 1 g 'ea4'r shift, throttle and
.. '.i. ..'r. ey ." -e- 'i 'this model's many fine features; others starter remote controlled The
d'pr6 .gtidhnde by prdmaters and' instrietors- together inchlu: Coe p te lirt w lave l and standard broaleast Fereptlon boat can be scene at Shell Ins-
,tion -th a'. llaian Olympic Committee worr k i n g Bid. F latiig 'n'ng-lo' styling fully 2fl. in width tallatioi, Thor, from 7:30 A.M.
neratio 'Vcud a ala'ii s ' Oympit adnds. oNo on and f..o, ..-.,' M. FO A
n idn iih atlite a schools, young- athletes could well star. iY t au to Noon an n 1:00 P.M. to
amaning right now, not a few months before the gamestc. .w 1:0 PAL Closg date for offers er
Seldom' seeh iri this country but regular. e(rents. at, 'the 'lih- itt 7 nd fro, spealer net; orko. 61duo-coue f r on
i nj f 'dikCud,' track' events, high'-ji p,-, ig' rojunip,,.iaveliw r nq "yA a " C' E
hot"' ut:, p"dle 'v\,aulr ahd a iost' 6 .otheVss:cduldtall b 1 RFl a wit 0Em
a kend"'ricibcd ivith 'ease within the, sthlium and under 6f1iF1 .b6i8!"a~il t''bId' ad'ocofitrol: Nir 4 Ir nd Niktor
id easily 'furid guidance' thetbttsolfs,.hae bound to. be tN -il ... . .... aF.2 lens,
ful Idi atiihi of'sport thtbughol.t-tth4 ..itntx ... y ; ..r: :,
Sieeis could be held, inier-seliool:cbmpetition; and...public 1 Rolleillex "'" wilh case and
progiami all are Iwithinr the bounds of possibility. Even. 3/5 le
i'A i charge of as lbw 'as five.cents for entrance to sports Both these cameras ar in e-
brianized'for the pltlic'an athletics association could -make, ellent condition. 'or f-rther de-
r it: ibution fbn fundt towards'sending a team to.the next ails call or utritf the "Htaiti
w de and perhapss eveni rther international sports. gatherings I ESTONE INTERAM ERICA Co n" pri on demand.
1 ou' sjiorts progrsms of track and field events provide IKLStU NL INTERAM EIICA Co
.thy would arouse -all-important inte-est, and participation . : FOR SALE
iitblit- a condition which would do a lb4t- of.,good!when i i o PleasureOnel
ne to make appeals for- -contributions to send athletes from Phone in Excellent condition.
eerseas, thus eliminating' ihM embarrassing last minute Y HIFI Apply Stand No. 15 Ae Marie
of searching for funds and rqite possibly providing suf- ENJOY HIJeanne Cite de I'Exposition.


An "extraordinaire" edition of
: "Le Moniteur" published a presi-
Sdential decree this week accord-
Sing a special credit amounting
': to 200,000 gourdes for special ex-
" penscs to the secret police.
S"Considering that in the pres-
ent situation certain unforseen-
Sable expenses must be met for
special expenses of the secret!
;l"e, considering to find'the n'e-
.'cessary funds some transfers
Must be made, the following ac-
counts hade been transferred."
I the decree stated.
I)-Article 7204 G. 8,250
2)-Article 7206 8,100
3)-Article 7303 4.680
S 4)-Article 7306 4,820


The Secretary of State of In-
terior and National Defence (Ser-
vice de I'lnmigration et de I1E-
migration) brings 'o the atten-
tion ol those lo v hom it may
concern articles 3.1 of the law of
December ., 1:33 on i:nl-.'riation
and that of September 19, L35J.
Article 33-The "permnis de so-.
jour" is valid for the budietary
cvercise Is: of October to 30th
of September of the following

6)--Article 7314
7)-Article 7406
8)-Artic'cO 701
9)-Article 7102
10)-Article 7106
D1)-Artic'e 7308

year, must be renewed at each
new exercise the tax amount
which is set out n paragraph 4
of article 31 of the law of Dec-
ember 8, 1959 which states:
1) 200 gourdes for the foreign-
er who has resided in the coun-
try less than five years.
2) 150 gourdes for the foreign-
er who has been more than fivt
. i:rs a resident in Haiti.
3) 100 gourdes for foreigners
with I.iore than ten years resid-
ence in the country.

I Tile requirements of renewal
21,900 must be recompanied by docu-
32,000 inent atlleti'g that the foreigner
36.750 has paid hib income tax for the
24.800 past fiscal ycar.
32,7001 The foreign *er submitts at the
3.0300 s;me lime his licence and pa-

5)-Article 7307 2,000 12)-Artic'c 7313 1,000 lent for the ame exercise.

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SUNDAY September 2l&


((Otinued Imo pao ) )

Miss Annie Lefkowitz, an economist from New York is. ta!
two weeks at the CastelHaiti.
..Mr. Hubert E. Reeves, Education Advisor to Point IV i
tq Port last Saturday.
Dr. iavonne Mae Painter, from Minnesota and Dr Thprimas
SJ.n Broo'dyn, Ne'v York arrived here Saturday last.for a'
at the St Antoine's Hospital of Jeremie. They are 'me
the MEDICO group in Haiti. -
Roger Fabius is back with a couple of friends, Jack,.3N
enal, a Pioduction Manager from New York and his wife:-S
Jack an,- Sabina, originally from Belgium, are staying three
in Haiti as guests of the Fabius.
Miss Yoland" Jo!icoeur. a registered nurre working as .a ai
thelist in Nev York for five years is currently visiting her met
and relatives here. She is staying two weeks in Haiti.
-Port Captain Christian H. Jensen Supervisor for the Esso in ,
ni was greeted here last onday by Mr A. W. Spillett,. Mana g
.he Esso in Port au Prince. Captain Jensen came to inspect ntd
raciblies here as a tanker of the ESSO was in port.
-.Tall.and shapelyDorothy Ellisoi, a famous contralto Jr~Ona
lanta, Georgia, was-introduced here this week by Mr.. 0l.. IE
a Coach for concert artists from the U.S. Miss Ellison w"s .
6ver TELE-HAITI Wednesday night. She stayed only one day li
uid plans to come back soon. .
Miss Clifford Brandt is back from a few weeks vacations.-1.
real, New York and Jamaica with her children. William,.S
Gregory and niece Christine Paqutn. .
Attractive Miss Rosemary Muntz, of the Telephone Coj
in New York City stopped.here for a few days on.an ri
ping trip through.the Caribbean and Latin America. Shke,.
7 countries on a two .week vacation. Miss Muntz was eh
by the beauty and the art in Haiti and plans to cornmbaca
ieal .SOON. .. .' -
Well liked Terry Handal of La Belle Creole will'.c
birthday on Friday ,September 30.
Engineer Louis R. Leveque flew to Miami, early this,-wei
Charlie Tallman, a "well" known figure, here, flew to Ne
this week to bring his family down.
Mr Samuel Frey, an Executive from St Petersburg, Fla,
here last Tuesday with daughter- Naicy, a TV Writej.
in St Petersburg.-They'were greeted here, by M. Alain"L
Fils and spent three days at the Sans Souci ,
---Thonias ,Wolfe, a reporter for the Washington Post ii '.p%
a story on Haiti. So is Ross Donaldson of the NBC. They.
staying at the Oloffson. "'
Lovely Marjorie Stovall, a student from Costa Mesa,'..I
arrived here this week for a few days at the Villa Cr
Marjorie is completing her senior year: at.,swany S.
ersity where she will graduate next year in. Political
Sympathique Djno Cellini, Manager'of the Riviera Cq'
tc Miami Friday for a few days. -.-
Sidney Cawley, Staff Manager of the Riviera Casiino,-
jt the most active Member of the HPBA is curntly 'va
ir. New York and Canada, where he has joined his.b6i
Roger Beauvoir and his brothers who are studying in"
Mr' Peter.- Brandsness, an executive of the Illinois
his wifeMargareti and daughter Margaret are current
t the .Hotel. Oloffson, Mrs Brandsness is a copywriter-i |
Foote Cone & Belding Advertising- Agency which has .of
hicago; New York, Germany, etc. Miss Brandness, a sttiz
.ilosophy at Columbia University ha been teaching for S
.ater .skiing in Puerto Rico. The Brandness family is Jro-
-n,-Illinois. They are travelling along with Mr Robert Bobb
Dispatcher- (he-takes weather observation for the Carl
planes) in Peurto Rico and Mi ':Iicnard C. St.dmnan, ilso..
Caribair and wife .Clancy. Dick has "barbe qnd itousta
SSympathique- Lou Scharf, Co-President of the Haitikt4
during Co. S.A. w greeted last week-end by brother:
lives here ith hiq wife. While David is Managing t
-here, Lou keeps, bupy working in New York on, the.,
.the raw chocolate produced here and looking for new.,
Edward Weiss, refrigeration Engineer for the "Lobs
arrived here last.weekend with Mr John Ehling, one of.
of this company. They are staying at the Riviera. '
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- PA%*I1:

S M* I ,cooperation with the farmers, method evolved also cut doA
Sf oII l l I' give 4.-eitr Jiabor- and,- ~~r cosid~.rl4 rdin water.
aaJ Mvs maw am itU USUZ vorkingW lorbibiiee hi teahs" RIX'0HE BIGGEST"
S- .. - each; te~n w kingg d; full day r PRODUCERi: :.
': ; -" .. add ~' ei ~lgyod.ri mby'By far the largest pro~',t
AL,.P,?RiS V IEWS ARTIBONITE VALLEY LAYOUT given by ODVA. Whei the land of the ODVA work is devbte
.. .. has been cleared and tilled and the cultivation of rice:'2,.
eij.i'-ebirth in October ference.at:Deschapelles to give ,Agropome. Lazarre, .,acting. as irrigated then ODVA will furnish hectares. Durig-the.i.i
t iribonite Valley Deve. journalists. an insight .into. OD- interpreter fQr Mr., Wiggins, stat- the seed for. planting. . as made at Troi BornesI
.t.Q ganiization, (ODVA,) VA's present situation.and.. its ed that. the Usine is to -prgpare During the inspection of the .293- ers are oy;n6rg-i
S.prk-bromerter has drop- plans forecast for the future. Tomato paste and a number.of work Engineer Craan in charge operation with- i.e OdVAit,:
,ared. through a.,series: A -.caravan of motor vehicles by-prqd.qts. of tomatoes grovn of the supervision, added that ram on 226 hectares .of land
i ets. culminating.in'a sus-. provided by the ODVA'left Port on the ODVA.farms in the valley, Brdwn and Root had-planned to CharlesWiggins the .Tecici
In' of a-.Si.4,300,000 dollar au Prince 9am Thursday to tra, Lazarre stated. tat the factory conduct an- irrigation project on Director of the organizations :sa
F .y March.this year/. sport -newsmen to the verdent itself is completed apd that the the land confined by the 70N ict- that the -Artibpnite- i-rnishec
ite'-;ceasation' of disburse- valley which began.its transfor- arriyal of, machinery is. now areas but the quote of $43,000 for '250,000,000 Tbs of rice- annual
fromm the. Washington De-. nation as far back 1950 under a.waited. A: week ago Loan the job was "too much for this 65 per cent for the exppor
aent: Loan -Fund's loan to the direction of President Dumar- Fund, pLu at ODVA's disposal morsel of land." market and 35 percent for.the
national .devel opment sais Estime. Alteration of t':e 40,000. dollars to complete In place of the Brown and local consumption, ObVA report
ri coH tied a lels-I barren face of the valley conti- the factory nd put it in work- Root scheme the ODVA have es- a purchase per y-ear iof' 40.I
ii sedc .ri. 57 fol.ng ing order. It is expected by of- tablished a system wherebye the from the farmers working .&he
regbw;- epeted-by 'of- y"bla7I eoi ngl in the icanar is low-ind s pcepedentted by of-
ie. a few weeks later in the overthrow of the Magloife ficials that the. plant will, be after leel in the canal is low- land idepedenty and 3t "
i iO"argmeai.oy- egime nd at itht -time some production by-Fbuary next for ered at a cost of oily '$15,000 stated that one ODVA;far
It o so rdobe Engineer Craan stated that thi (C9optined on.
.nl.g' *'an ngrg "-and ort?'9.c'000" acrei 6f hi-ciaMngty. salty both local .and foreign markets. Engineer Craan stated that thi '- ICoutinued on paei".
til.of.ODY4, desert had been. transposed by Capacity for handling tomatoes ....
lmti' 1 .. 'i"s'; .va- -? g ati and :di inage at the plant is scheduled as 300 .
sEformation of the barren canals into rich soil --: giving a acres, of tomatoes (9,000,000 tbs) .a r
Iace' le A tet40 F 6til ,itLurge. to-.the:!area and -per"season. '
ae-"crIp growing'area be- its -1 inhabit.ants'. ODVA las-stated that the prin- b EW a,;_
ower,.Tesignations were The press members travelling ciple aim. of the' plant is to cut _". '.'
in i-andnthen new appoint- t1 the Artiboriite Valley ere. to down the large annul Haitian '
natde.. in an effort to ef- .I' sbioin 'the work to date at import of tomatoe, paste; pure.' ,:-
1 solve .Haiti-American turning the remaining 25-30 thoup. and catchup are also expected I U fli fIiU
-lB sand acres, ail.\vithin the peri-I to'be prod6ice. At a later date
S meter of the. 200 square riile the plantjiay .mov-oni expand-;
ger valley, into productive land. -ing to. other vegetable canning A ku ue a t:i w rvi r tt
itled Arriving at Pont Sonde at IUand in this direction a refrigera- ;:: ... o '- 6tile. '-iag a' ,, u t 'r"
Ar- .am, the visitors were welcomed tion and cooling room have been. a YU I.
Cby rr '7ttee om TODVA coln- erected but, as yet, remain with-
segniEti Is m achinery. . .
re ronenkist itogei ;i -0HECTARS'Fo
'Clantave; T-e c h nica] Director. CORN PLANTED




Swim, Sp


Charles Wiggins and Technical

Advisor Leonard Brooks. The At the plantation Moreau des 1
party imigediately set off o.i a Iles, next stage of the visit, the .''
tour of the Artibbnite pi-oject im- press members were shown 55 .
dertthe guidance of 'ODVA. acres of corn planted by peas- I
UNCOMPLETED ant farmers receiving instruction o
&. PLA N T 4 VX fro i yO y- .... .. ", $
nffe Corn thWCorney 5
ont egeable ety...s..bin."grown e o the, 55. [~? .
Aib acries:- 'rjuivnated-. soil and <*, ';'<" .
Hlcureuse" --named after ,the Agronomes Deslin and Lazarre
: !$ Jail C~d4C0es De~ i' xplainad .the-.advantages of the ' r, .
nes- whh- was commenced in Corely variety, stat in g that NO CUSTOMS PROBLEMS
-January, 1960 and Still remains n l establish a large
apA -- '.'o'.,hybred corn that i., I
o rf S exppl* quality and -,
an cannting a planAia lrad .been
uled cooling roonm, eefY- -4dj tjtdrlA and eex-n
situated close to th- .. .icr
to provide a close lu tllr 1' e e' was te '
-. VIE Terre was the
sport. rn March mec e- nst n stopontlt visitors' agenda ''t a e -N. n..K .i:
ipment essential o O Y RSNtO tl e on R EAR .NW TOU ISTS rL.E.i 4GUI.T .
operation was purchase:, diqv. lt *&ff^.Tlp tie jou .AUi- ARTING IQUOR. T HEY r .016
operation was purchase ss saw the 70 hectares of land 'C IN LIQUOR. THE NE Ur r W te
eral thousand dollars Wub:ts ing prepared for cultivation Weight chargeS,. With CustomS 0jrollems. In oqne fell -
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T rk Sf I Prizes were offered during the for the Fall Festival.we
ew Y k S h ow To A d evening and dancing was held ti's well-known folklorei.d.
to the music of Andre Letellier teacher Lavinia Williams
N eedy O f aif i and his two orchestras the seph "Big Joe" Rose
d a t "..Haiti Rhythmette Group" and the Happiness Exchange .w
the "Haitian Quintette." A Voo- has helped Haiti by wayof.i
A colorful show of Haitian folk- urgent needs oi Haiti and have and clothing to Project Jacmel, doo show of rituals, dances, clothing and medical eqwii
i, lore dancing, drumming and joined together with several de- where canteens are substantially songs and drums, featuring Hai- in the past. "
r.singing was staged at the *York- dicated Americans," stated An' feeding 1,500 children one men' tHan artists, was presented dur- Any persons wishing to'iBi
vidlle Casino last night in New dre Le'ellier. per day, six days a week ;jind ing the dance. bute to the work being co:i
I Yorl by the Haitian and Co-Arts lhs also donated penicillin ; ed for'Haiti by the Haitii
:Association. All proceeds from "These people have visited several medical institutions. A large number of Haitians Co-Arts Association Inc., ,
i the dance are to be donated to Haiti and witnessed the count- '* e are now vitally interst- Living in New York and Ameri- so by writing to the o
Sthe Organization's voluntary aid less number of children trapped ed," stated Letellier, "in open- cans allended the da n c e for at its New York address
.' program for Haiti. in poverty, ridden by disease, Ing our own canteen in the dis- which an entrance charge of New Chambers Street,'New; .
... Writing to the Haiti Sun this suffering from hunger, lack of strict of Pont Beudet with further $3.75 was made. Guests of honor 38, New York.
:.week, the President of the char- clothing and educational facilit- plans for a canteen in the Furcy
tablee and educational organiza- ies in this mountainous island si area and one near Leogane to
-fion, Andre Letellier, an ex-re- beseiged by hurricanes and feed, medically at'.nd and
i sident of Port au Prince, de3- drought." clothe 350 needy school children Caribea Con struc tion .
i:.cribed the festival held by the Since its inception in 1957, the in each area." a l I n ti Co.S
Association and the group's work Association has, from the pro- The dance arranged on Sept-
in helping to alleviate "the des- ceeds of dances and contribu- ember 24 hy the Haitian and Co- Builders Of The Military City ^
.-perate and acute need of Haiti." tions, donated to Church World Arts Association Inc., was heli
.. "The Haitian and Co-Arts Ass- Services, resulting in the shipp- in the Yorkville Casino, 210 East.
i,,.ociation is a non-profit making ing of 45,500 pounds of relief 86th Street, New York City with Gen. Manager: erard
*."organization composed of devot- food to Haiti, has actively assist- continuous dancing "from 10pro
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Comhaire, noted ,, time when any feelings to the on the arrival of the French, in t
Wst. who returned contrary would have been most 1802, and which was still half-
wid.his Haitian wife easily liberated. So, .let us share reconstructed.::. -.. i
f compiled :the foll- in our official chronicler's enth- .
,~p nd.thesis ent- usiasm, and..enjoy in his cor- But even in town, the-shouting
o yo. l.Birthday in pany wyhat happened on the occa- crowd made everybody forget all r
.sion. .. ..- about the ruins. On the bridge c
y pointed as. Soci- Troops of the Royal Quard left at Haut-dn-Cap, their Majesties I
he..United Nations .the royal, residence at Sans Sou- were welcomed by Prince Jean, c
.Pip:,.or. Africa,.. Dr. ci early on August 14, and mar- the admiral of the Royal Navy, s
iha$s announced his ched all day long to Cape Henry. and by other naval officers. A t
'efor .1Addis Ababa, The people everywhere were bu- little Lirtl:er .onn. 'he king left a
w..here the U.N.; sy erecting triumphal arches his.carriage, to receive the greet-
j ltsa.. permit ent sec- along the. road, as is still the ings of Duke'of Mdimeladc, gov-
His.iwife, .Suzanne custom in Haiti'today, on the oc- crnor of Cape Henry, ai.l tl.ean
..and their son are casion of presidential. visits. The proceeded 'n horseback. Along
g with hinm., king followed in. the afternoon, Rue Espagnole, he rode between Z
i hearingg the. uniform of his Light two lines of infantrymen, and the
iEAN .COMHAIKE ... Cavalry,.all blue,, with white lap- pcnpkl kept shouting and throw-
Jrll.iph Museum, among els and cuffs, and blue-plumed ing flowers, while salvoes were
rlcIeps, aitian d o c u- shako. The royal retinue consist- fired from the forts around the
.ag.'copy of-therelation ed of sixteen. carriages, with a town and from the ships in port.
ato.; Cgpe Henry, form- military escort, followed by a ca- Archbishop Brelle, one of the few
iO-e:FrYancais, and.. now ravan of junior officers, and pri- French priests who had espous-
.ie.payid by. King Henri vate individuals; all eager to take ed the cause of Haitian freedom,
p 7(i;1811 -1820)and .by his their share of the, forth-coming welcomed the king at the corner
ton.the occasion of: the celebrations. The. farmers shout- aof Place d'Armes, where the ca-
il4 Itappears. that ed applause as they passed by, thedral of 'massive blue stone
e!it'-eQtvn ;granted a and there was nothing to remind pillars stood in the front: of the
C6i'eto-their sov- the traveller.of the.war which royal residence, -an indiffererj
b.i.pularity was nad beep raging there, less than two-storied mansion hardly wor-
&i^ b t.'. Englishman, thirteen years ago,,until one rea- thy of a king famous for his
S J.jtha'plnd. .a.,; ew ched. the town, which had. been building genius.
thg.fing s idea, at, set on. fire by Christophe himself, On August 15, the cannon aga'n
roared and Baron Dessalines cal-
I(u.CnfAS.. DEIEAN & CO) .led at the royal lodge, accompa-
EORO-..X D CHARACTER nied by all the government offi-
i OUR OFFICE FURNITURE? c&s, to present good wishes to
the Queen. Queen Marie Louise
'. born Coidavid, was a fill-blooded
..... . .. black lady, rather small and not
pretty, but endowed with a char-
Sming smile and a lot of wit. She
sto6d in sharp contrast wyith' her
husband, a tall man of dark but
,not black complexion, but both
always were simple.and dignified
'in:their attire, unlike many cour-
'rs who wore much-decorated
cy yditesses. The. royal pair's
*1y sudh a Miorning was to
W G~oid "for so much glory. So
they walked. to the cathedral,
preceded. by two lines of pages

and .noblemen, and the archhi- king. The company included ten -;
shop sang the Te Deum. In the British chantss and Athree i
evening, dinner was- served- to _eric&'s, -.'iy1 odyIr ank :. I
four hundred guests, in ai ex- to the' ra.e friends 'ai then
tension to the palace built espe- had- among the -powers; King -4
cially for- the occasion, and lav- George- III President- Madison
shly decorated with paintings of .the United States, King Wil-,
ad mirrors. Toasts were deliv- liam of the Netherlands, .King
ered and the company sang pat Frederick William of Prussia, the;
iotic songs, while the crowd dan- British Prince-Regent, .and Uil .4
ced and enjoyed fireworks on liam Wilberforce, .the "Ferien~iofC. .
Place d'Armes. The king and Mankind". King Christophe'. was','i"
queen took selected guests to a a great friend of England, :and |
ihow of "Zemire and Azore", the Annual Register for 1811 bad i:
he French opera, before taking commented on the occasion 'oi
Walk among the crowd. his coronation, "he will probably .i
The next aay, the Duke of act the monarch with as much
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the apple of his father's eye, but
Roy rthd y I an illegitimate child.
A Royal Birthday In Ha Affairs of state kept the- king
busy for the duration of the week
S (Continued from page 9) Christophe made them promise that followed. Baron Dupuy, his
stage dignity as any of those who to sew new standards for all the principal secretary, introduced
X have lately been elevated to that Cape regiments. The afternoon the foreign residents of Cape
station in Europe." At this din- gave the king r'i opportunity to Henry, and Mr John Schoolbred,
:er, a former British officer na- revel in the military exercises an English merchant, delivered a
~.Oed White rose to tell the Duke's that he loved. Wearing the red speech which was translated b,.'
J;guests, "In your position today, coat of the Haitian Guard, h., Dupuy, an able man who had
-you must fear nobody, you arc took personal command of his been the Haitian agent in Neo,
invincible." Across the seas, an colorful units, and made then York City at the time of Emper-
.ianonymous poet soon was going ride all over the square, in as or Dessalines. There was a ru-
;'.o,promise himi the help of all many formations as provided for. mour that the king understood
R.Europe, in case of a French at- in army regulations. Gleaming the English language but that he
.ack on the kingdom. with excitement, his eyes wand- would never speak it, because
1'Sunday the 18th was Arny day, ered' from the King's Own, in translation gave him more time
a big day. The Queen, after an blue and white, to the Queen's to think about the matter. How-
early mass, invited all the ladies Own, in red and blue, and front ever ,there is no contemporary
Sin town for dinner at the Palace the Prince Royal's Regiment. in local confirmation of the claim
on the following Sunday. She then green and pink, to the Body- that he was born on some Brit-
I'joined the king .on the balcony guard, in white and red. Two o[ ish island, as said in pamphlets
"-of their residence, where he was his sons rode among the offic-
SIreceiving the salute of his troops. ers, the Prince Royal, a fat boy
!:.As some ladies were present of twelve, and the Duke of Mole,


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against him publishedbat Port au
Prince, the capital of the rival
Haitian Republic. Harvey claims
that before the revolution Chris-
tophe had been a successful catt-
le trader in Haiti.
Before departing, Queen Marie
Louise distributed alms to the
poor, and the king pardoned a
number of prisoners. On Wedn-
esday the 21st, the palace exten-
sion was turned into a ballroom
which they visited. Christophe
looked throughly happy, chatting
with every dancer, and also with
the smaller fry. who had come
to look through -the open wind-
ows. He promised the crowd that
on the following Sunday, the ball-
room would be open to all, and
his statement was greeted with
loud cheers. At dawn, the royal
party rode back to Sans Souci,



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their usual residence, but'iY*
did not mean that the. fesivit
had -to come to their endxli
Saturday, the foreign merant
entertained the Duke of Mani-
lade at "Le Cafe des Et
gers", and the atmosphere w
very cordial. Wine pas ..Aii
in abundance and the band la
ed "God Save the King" a
"Long Live Henry" before oi
national anthems.
Sunday, the 25th of August,
People's Day. In the ,oui*i,
of the former French Govei'n
ment House, four -tables. *'
ready, each large enough fo4f
hundred guests, each. pre'iq
over by some high Qofficer
State, Prince Jean, Archbisji
Brelle, the Duke of Marmein
and the Count of Ouanamijit
So, nearly eight hundred .lade
were accom m o da t e d as Ai
Queen's guests and, through
husband was permitted to tait
a seat, about as many men ki
standing around the tables.{,
was a fascinating sight,. wh.i
all social differences were..:ab
wished, a"d it lasted .f.r. b.. o
because the .waiters :iad tloi-p
ceed among the crowd wi~ith -
siderable difficulty. Toasts w.e
drunk, not only to the .,ig
the land, but also to poputail
roes, such as the "R6yal-D.
mets", or rural constableibP,
er dinner, the intellectually mi
ed repaired to the ,T4et
where the Royal Companyjiif
ed "The Barber of Selle'"i
most of the people rushed tr
Palace, where they dai b
night long,-as -he king;had'.
mised to let themrij.- *.
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;L^ti.,r -. ;
ionse to Esso's "Cuisin- Boutiques :around the capital ESSO SPECIAL
-kerosene burning stove have. been smartly brightened TO DEMONSTR
-' beek excellent especially up with the Blue and.Red Esso Pote Cole have exp
;peopid;.concerned with ru- Company colors, several of thes; terest in the new Esso
vacation," stated Mr Alfred are on the bustling contemporary an Esso Co. specialist
SEsso Manager, during an Boulevard Jean Jacques Dessa- North in the near futui
,this week lines. Esso has these major Blue practical demonstration
Flame Kerosene outlets painted rious home economics

up and gaily decorated with pen-
nants advertising the fuel pro-
duct and gay posters on the
Cuisiiesso stove descrining the
harmful charcoal denuder of Hai-
ti's hills.
Display stalls have been set
up in the city market places and
crowds gather around daily 1o
watch competent demonstrators
showing how the stove is used
and its economical methods of
cooking. Some 39 agricultural ex-
tension agents throughout the is-
land have received gift stoves to
use for demonstration purposes.
These were issued following the
Congress of Section .f Home Eco.
nonics of tle. Department' of
Agriculture held at Dam i e n
from September 5 to 6 .where the
stove was introduced by Esso at
the- Department's -request.

h inci~g with a "National
leneg Week" a-month ago
so Coqppany in Haitidinau-
Edi a. major campaign for
ew kerosene burning stoves
the c. iarcoal eliminating
.Blue. l.ame Kerosene.
;-butst Lof color Esso distri-
l. voters "around the capital
iA. part of an Anti-Erosion
preserve the soil"' program
placed:on-the local market
qqe ,little .Cuisinesso stove
factuired here by the Haiti
itom pan.' Esso's theme is .
Inibat tIhe. nation .-wide use-
farcoal as cooking. niedi-
za-:practice carried out for
-t th6 expense of -thi ,
ry'..esential forests .and
groceryy stores nd
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re to give
is at va-

He will also distribute pamph-
1lts, posters, special coloring-in
Iooklets.and crayons; these deal
with the problem of erosion and
stress the importance of reaf-
forestaation. The. Esso demons-
trator will visit schools in the
North, .
Sales. of the Cuisinesso stove
have been .brisk and the sound-
ness of the Haiti. Metal .-made
cooker have been evidenced es-
pecially in the- capital w h e r.e
agents. Froen Leif have deliver-
ed ._6,500 in four weeks in- the
Port au Prince area alone. Ex-
ports of Cuisinesso are also beial
made and 1,00,000 have been
sent to Panama-to date as well
as three to "Volor" a top
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Mr Spllett explained this week of the campaign. i that.area.
that he- had received many en- generator- andl loud ssi sysa
quiries as to how much weight tbmr arrived mio hbroaa~th
the kerosene stove would sup- week and this will be fitted toP..
port. As a reply it is not unusual the new Esso sound 'truck' that
for him to ask a visitoi'.weigh- will shortly hit the rural- mariv
ing in the region of 200 pounds ets to demonstrate the stove aind-'-
to "Please stand on the stove," to push the anti-erosion propa5s
to show its strength and quality ganda. : ,tr"
d of manufacture. a : -e"
S'Esso-is also keeping the.Bl
0 Last week the Esso Company Flame Kerosene end of'the' cam.m

SManager travelled throughout paign up and'. the SS Pericles;

the Northern sector of the coun- arrived from Aruba- o v e r' the,-.
try to appraise the markets and weekend .to discharge a load'-of-
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-producing as much as 6,000,000
2tb of the staple diet. ODVA
-has envisaged making a cooper-
lative of the independent farmers
working in coordination with the
.' organization.
: In March the demand for rice
i':in country districts and the Ca-
|-pital was such that the Dezeau
.Mill's storeroom, (this mill was
hilso- visited,) was practically
empty of.rice. This situation has
ib'eein rectified with the July har-
est., .;.
;. Even if the ODVA storage of
',"ice..became low no shortage
_-would,-be..-.likely as there are
approximatelyy 100 rice mills in .
theb Artilbnite Valley owned -by
.privaLte individual9 and these arc
..ipable of meeting consumer

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LUNCH AND CONFERENCE March 4, 1960 and that now, '
At 1pm the p:.. ty of journalists with the crisis resolved, "we are
and ODVA mer. :ers returned to all ready to go and nothing can MEN'S SHIRTS r
Deschapelles to Mr. Wiggins' re- hold back this fresh start."
sidence were a brief reception Mr Cantave explained the 'o:- -
and light refreshments were kings of the new program lt t
held. Then followed the luncheon, :as been established for the OD- ANOKERCIVHS
composed of all ODVA food pro- VA's work in the Artibonite Val- -
duce, and held at the Club Des- ley economic, politic and so- .
chapelles opposite the Albert cial in line vith the Govern-' -,
Schweitzer Hospital. ment's policy of September 22. N'.. .A
Every effort is'being made,. ac- ..'
Immediately fol o w i n g the cording to Cantave, to get the
lunch came the press conferen- new and substantial program N II0
ce at which Engineer Joseph Ma- underway for ODVA. $iI
thurin introduce the new a.nart- He continued that the commu- I
ic director Roger Cantave. nity system was indispensable
Agronome Roger Cantave tra- S n make the Artibonite project a
ced the history of the ODVA and success and pointed out that th- S UMMR
explained the crisis .that has ar- Artibonite peasant does not ow.i DaSES
isen and paralysed the organiza- much of the land. 40 per cent Bouss
tion. He stated that he had been of the Valley is'bowned by '"lcs '
apr~ intend to his position on Gran-ds propietaires foncier'S,"
1j;g land owners.) 0bVA is c6n-
frionted with a problem in' the
distribution and the recuperation '
of this land However, he added,
the -perspective is now more re- C.
assuring and with the aid of s FREE PORT SHOPPINr '.ENTE .: ,.
cial legislation ODV'A can reach _______ 5355.hueedo.Qua .. .:
S-1 clearly towards the goal for re;ses and. hirts radeonordet
S which it .was created. N delier e in'24 hour,
ODVA's activities art concen- .... -of.e aes
treated on land tbtalling 32,000 :
hectares and divided between the
organization and Targe land ovhn- ..... -.
ers. Commenting on the large -
-land, holders, f, t-9 pAfionpite, --
Lawy6er:Gregdjre ~ g ,IE 4 theJe- rh--"
gal council of the ODVA bought '.:,... ';
up the subject of the peaiadt
who dol.Vb9 i 4pown IfarMiini"in .-
Artibonite. tThe".Agrarian prob iN ETIOVLL
m hbe underlined nig -p o jo
ject of htt ti~ of"lhe 'prfouin :- i
ly social govrmentffq OD Fian- "
,. .-. .cois Duvalier ad a spealleg-
.. isolation that can be applicable
to ai, agrarian reform program
.EwhZ&i'` o,1:P..e.i-T..a.e .7 '.. :.
ed ban draLna du"de gat t .y only 7minu
tractiOa e peadan farme-rsf the hear o PORT-AU-PRNRI N
res. Un ih ml Lawyer Eugene exp essed the
res.e- -e '.. ',- ':
rhduit [aS beii~i that the agrarian problem The mos*texquisite Qivp:sQ, cnelookin S
4 of bI the Artib6ojVe Valley .may be." o
.as du .rsovea i .. h-ful. .- .Ala Ln
action. IgeQg d econorni '" poe rs r'arcorded. b .
us Cha r Co:gresS To President Duvalier. Del ous donhienal .Cine and
Is ChamDbre dDirector-Admmini1ttft or Roger
es cahots de Cantave pointed out that the new Ser/
F. c p... &. code :'fip'Espqinel, worked out "i
.i shortly" a-, t igrni ri ,sonaled ae-ntion to e ery ,;
lais parce quO i n iv arci. Had been put intu -o.-
eaI exclusive di practice and was unctioniig ). S irmmin O 1 \ Ln tn
Successfully. ICA n their., side tmL$dP
iratiqu ips 4a
i. had begun "^.generous schblar- and Bar Panorama Terrad- :-
I .,, ship system: whereby many enl ~y .n :-.. o i.td de-. oon

Strainng-abroad, stated Cantave.
f he pres donfeftnce at-'D. Ds-l:" '.'..
.chapelles concluded at 6:00 pm.: -. -E -
N-Most hUottl : tended question EEKL ENTERTAINMENT
was that ot-agrarian reorm.and .. .rid
[tT"L r1U r Ji3__S much -commeThi and dispute was .. TUESDAY ,:Inrormal Cree uel fe ,an
_i -.1__ .. _f- -.l-. de by thejburnalists, present.. -.- "; 7:o. P .To midnigh -. W.,+

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Parh- 'fr om 7pm to 8 pn
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~ September 25, 19611 IT!

tothle annual exasperating we*shbut during ENGUS, SOON
..pour .Wednesday evening the Freres Road The latest work from the pen
.4e9an become impassable and the most popular of Haiti's Minster. of National
.-h.. Education, noted author-priest-
ite h year for 'an apIpeat to do something to the Reverend Father Hu-
thl; hocking condition of vital rkadworks. bert. Papailler, is to be published
akbunitomary for citizens to make direct appealIs shortly inEnglish, The book, pu-
KMm'sier of Public 'Works in the columns of 'the blished in Canada last year un-
sghlis attention to the state of a highway der the title "Les Labureurs
Sw t or slide. ut De..La Mer", was _prefaced by
geI'or signalling a washout or landslide. But the SonEceence President Docto-
Son Excellence President -Doctor
m-m the a'l-iiportanit Fretes Road is sudh 'tha;t Francois Duvalier, and the -En-
hefr peals can be lumped together and Fll'res glish translation:of the Preface
i~llstiand out as thbI worst. was included.
empts to make a decent strip of road at Freres -Father Papailler's able trans-
adesome to years ago md the hiwy lator is Mine Inez S. Laporte
someo years ago nd the igway a- who has just completed her task
to : fj hin the stage Wheie it was ready for and the book '"PLOUGHMEN OF
.it-.a. sbstanlce which subsequently was never THE SEA" is expected to go to
However despite this effoi-t the zealous engineers .press early in October.
a ;horribll-.e and inadveltedly- changed d the As a courtesy to the Education
he ,dxvin.e with. .he~su2t that it becomes Minister, Haiti Sun -published
0|,'of te drWyk^i wieh-w he- 6e r&9t that it becomes *
Chapter VIT of the translatiorl in
g :torrent oapalble of carrying down tons of rock is- September 4th edition under
R~~rtlh. ery, time .......in.
j.ie.ery-me -it ra -. .. the heading: "BETWEEN TWO
i ea :.ran e -in half in at- WAVES." The English-language
Aara-R byas terr ,'aipubli: is enthusiasically looking
]e bo-4W h...&tholu-aid- dt j ....a. s worlh forward :to the book.
ka-e i::'tstdi pe''arcd, CACIOUE ISLAND
ed t- "IBO BEACH"
t i nstructsby heNi *k
"vii~e fon a ich e a l b .es FOM PORT-AUJPRiT
i loa until the next raims waash it. away n
g to inlhabiants of the -area the sensible so- ROUND-TRIP
.. .wit l edeone, is to enlist the dia of
iFi. - - p eBOAT
pu -rane ak on its old. course TRANSPORTATION)
~Tifenty-fbo !s(ii i e over ONLY $1.00
gie 4iheutp e W,
'pHei tnfiaa" unica Children 50 Cents
te I litar. access. Private Dressing Rooms
Sla i itemnl :~'i d t R.sFine Restaurant and Snack Bar
(4aitaa aid Petin ii Ts iirit, obhicfen and- waste
any'~3- a action taken now 'could save the future SKIN-DIVING
i- it titre, money and 1aubor: Thousands of doll- SNORKELING
ave airealdybeen spent and these have been wash- Completely Equipped
7y beyond redemption. Beach Cottages
For Overnight


Monday Festive Barbecue And
Revue Intime
TUESDAY.-A Special Floor
WEDNESDAY Feature' Entert-
THURSDAY "Night Of Love-
liness" Fashion Show
FRIDAY "Eva & Ernst's" Spe-
cial Dance Party With "La
Petite Jo"
SSATURDAY "La Ronde" Night
Club With Gala Floor Show
SSUNDAY Orehestre. Coumbite
, .And Game Night

Or Weekly Visits
Special Summer Rate
In Effect:
$6 Single $10 Double

Pamela HeinI of Port an !rince, Ri a student at Moint .fl~,y-dt
eke, College and a member of the Reid Hall Third Year. in Pars,?
program for 1960-61 sailed at noon 15th ond the UNITED STATES i
with a group of 24 girls from junior and four-year colleges .
While at Reid Hall, the wirls will study the French language anlti
civilization with professors from the Sorbonne, the LouTvre.,anda'
other Paris institutions of advanced study. i'
Reld Hall is an.international center for university women whicd.-
was established in Paris by the rate Mrs Whitelaw Reid in:192'
Or. Dorothy F. Leet is the president.
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: No one following current' events has any doubts that the United
1 States is passing through a critical period. This is true of our rela-
.,:.tions with every part of the globe. What is not, perhaps, so clearly
'. realized in the United States is that we.are probably at the end
':of an era so far as Latin America is concerned.
For 150 years the United States has had a species of !h!gemony
:i the Western Hemisphere. The British, who could.have challenged
ur position during the nineteenth century, were simply interested
in trade and their vast investments, not the least their investments
pin the United States. Then we had a brief imperialistic fling, start-
f'ig. with the Spanish-American War in 1898 and lasting for about
itree' decades. This was the age of the 'Big Stick" and "Dollar
plomacy" and it has left a bad heritage. Latin-American anti-
..YaEik~deism came:of age at- that time and is still flourishing.
; .The Good Neighbor period, that- begazi under President.:Hoover a
.in the late Nineteen Twenties and was given a name and a reality e
S:'-by 'Presldent Roosevelt has.now lasted another three decades. It P
;is. f no .dead,-but it can no longer serve its original purposes. For
f:dn '.thing, It is hot enough. Basicalfy, the Good Neighbor police\
c-:' insisted in. refraining from doing things that we should not and o
.col.ld not continue, to do, such as--military and economic interven- lI
"'ions, And the policy cost noc:ln.g. bh
; urig'that.period we had'orld'War II and its aftermath. 'Trerr
,~W.s a mild threat from the Peron dictatorship in Argentlinj, bul
4', on the whole our .'economic and political domination was',unques-
ji orhnable. Thisyp -ot to say that the Good Neignbor policy -was a .T
ia, or, hypocris". We really surrendered power' that we cu-iln li
,.aye exercissedd,w e were not uIigendrous with economic. and finan- d
;cial1 aid,'.anl we:respected the sovereign rights of the Latin-Ameri- c
a. arrepublics. .- .. "..
' e. e ,Howcver, .whenin rcUms.ttehC1,ei age, .plicijes must change. To- d:
daw musconcede that m fi1iies.ftoward Latin America ta
fal dThe best proof of this is that we are changing these.poliries.
us i .-t economic. Act of ioota ,shb'v,- .'IA jstolpis (m.al'-ly Ae say
.-. ff We.stood- still while dynamic and revolutionary .force.3 (vere
S..rving Latin-Aerican nations' head of away Lron) us. Democra- A
ref.p. plying power
:IIy, "Ythe strong s pressure o socialal iJiPP. the-grpwing power i
b the Sino-$ovfelt bloc..-the.appel. l of, the, i tlerialtsiccesses of to
oh I.A. i i.uns'er-demelopcd, agrarian countries ,fhose a nd'
tQthetji ayvest been trans1oTgti worldeeneH 1 antwrt L(
.g'i,;lnWspiiere, d our -'daci tq hem eisphere. "'The CubaA re' 0o
S lO seen e .chem 1c''.gent'to tbriig all these e.. thi
Sruits are inescapably bitter to us. .b
ba.sthe esQIE our historic position yremainL (nr wealth and D
di r e .ale a- democrady, and. ,he& fund'I Bootslwil that
tt W cg smsW can-idor ngpt. exercise. tU -
degree' t ctto held .the 'past cenitur and a half, but we CF
S*.sLi .'tie .'Colossut-of .he,.Nocth.. Already, the. cold -war has thl
g:pntbed f, he Weteern r~misphere and we. must expect the attraction
:ithe lioSovit&~il to continue 'and even grow for, many Latin
K im ericaris, ** .- -
.As :a new, periobegnswen must therefore start by recognizing
tj4iat he eleiments- d inuthe power politics of. he hemiisph-re have T
it~aned. We must change with them, go with- the tide' -f events dr
.ti4% 1'better, anticipate the inevitable andbe ready.: on
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Our c plfents g o Mr. Chavannes Douyon, who se of study of Highway anci
the designer of thedir ih o recently awarded a schol- fic engineering at Bir
sently being erected to hose-the irshipl by the British Council, University. He is nowvwo
new public fish market on the is due to lea v Port au Prince ith a British fir I
shore of Bizoton.1 for Britain lon'-Selptember 21. gineers to gain pit-i 'a
The construction is eye pleas- After a shoi-t introductory .course rience before. returning
ing, an economical fabrication n London Mr Dpuyon will spend in. January next--year,,.
but 100 per cent functional. I; a ;year studying educational psy- The, British Coun
openness makes ,t both cool a chology at Manchester Univers- make available a fpiE
Lght and the location has been ity. arshp nt ye
well chosen. Mr Gerard Liautaud; who' re- er Haitian graduate 'l e
SMASH ON CARREFOUR ROAD ceivc:l a similar'scholarship last' a course'of stidy atr-r
ACCIDENTS MUST .year,,recenly completed a coir- British .Universities ;:i'
N {

An accident, fortunately with-
out injury, occurred when a pas-
senger truck of the Coast Guard
and a privete- motor car collid-
d' on the Catrefour Road at 1:30
,m. Monday.
About 100 .cars were held up
In; the narrow road in the result-
ng traffic jam but ah effective,
officer of the..Coast rGuard quick-
y: tpok. charge and traffic was
ark- to normal in the space.of
5 minutes. -
All foreign residents in Haiti
iust appreciate that.in-the case
f a motor accident-the nearest
rqstice oif-the l:eace .-dst)?eYno-'
fled arid All,.ffaci sof tberci-
ent made kfid~i'to him-and do
umented. It isi a *rritteri -lav
iat vehibls may not i~et re di
dd from the scene of an acci-
ent until this achtin haf beehd
tken. '

'le a Vachte-. $Seppt ber 16 -
iviolent wind caused the swam-
zig of the; sailing -vessel ;,',ietu
- Sait'"-off: ,this:.southerns.as.qanl
S ay. e-" -' '.', -
The:ship. sankt: but- Captain.DPi
rmen Douyon a nd passenger
eny' Douyon were rescued from,
e water by a passing: sailing
oat. The. lost, vessel's cargo of
iewood went down with the
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Vric and Illiis, 'PiiMaxwere of
sicago, Illinois, were among
e visitors 't6 Haiti last eek
r. Maaxw ll a' '-ecrrei"'Ifi
musical writer'.-for the''Chicago
ibun'e. '
MIif.i r rAiA-L. -D %tfK,'I-i
;wo Miami Herald staff memb-
s' ae 'ivisiting'Haiti this'.wbW
the way back to the U.S. frorff
e Sah'iJose, CosLa Rica, thiet-
g of the Organization of Ame-e
:an 'States;: -'"-'"", ; -:.-
Viewing the -beauties of Haiti'
e Herald Latin American Aff-,
rs writer Doh Bonefede and
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Se hours over. conventional pr ton travel
Depart at 11:45 AM on Super-6 Clippers* for "
".""*'Im diate' 01Tr ts iff'Citr1d"t'llljr-"
Swith Jet Clippers. More than 500,000 pas-
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-In Haiti This Week

'fiew offices of PAN
N.ldcated on Place de
ique.t Argentier-_ in ---the
~in rounds w&s : officials
rated Friday "ifteroion.
liam F. Raven, Manager
Latin Anierican Division
Km, Juah Homs, Sules
r.of the same division-
Fer S. Wollin, Public Re&
Tianager of the Lanr
Division flew in for

the Government and Pan Am er of HARDS'REALTY CO, the
are. working now hand in hand oldest Real Estate Company of
to build .a jet airport and pro. San Pedro. A blonde and charm-
mote the tourist industry here ing lady with "joie de vivre",
the- audience_. applauded enthus- Mimi loves the Haitian merin-
iastically. -And Minister Philip- gue and enjoyed every minute
pealix c t the- biue'"and red rib- of her stay here. She was tutor-
bon and the. Pan Am Officials ed here by Mr. Morris J. Fried
made a toast to the Prosperity man she has met at the Ibo-Lele
of the' Government and the sue- where she also stayed.
cess-of the Haitian touric, in- .
dustry. Dick Forgham, Manager of
S "B Rra nips I an Cullnrnnne flew In

The new Pan Am offices loca-

the U.S. Friday with his wife

occasion. ted in the beautiful building o" for a three week vacation.
':- .La Maison du Canada built by
e'cer-emony directed religi- Architect Albet -- Mangones -has ..Young Warwick Crew, son
5:by two.priests of the Cath been nicely fixed with a magni- Mr Douglas Crew, Manager
a. was attended by a nice ficdnt mural by Painter Luckner SHELL, and his wife, flew
di' of officials and Trave' Lazard and tsisal rugs by. Mein- Eastborne. England to contain
I, .Shopkeepers,-_ Newspap- berg's Pantal Craft. his studies. ,
r and other people interest-: *
:the Tourist trade. Secreta. --Mr. Morris J. Friedman, an -Lovely Mireille Gentil we
'$State of Finances, Mr. Ge Executive of the Equitable Life, back to the University of Detr
;Philippeaux, the Directeu,- Insupance,. Society of the U.S., to complete her studies in e'
ie. Commissariat .Natianil d- Member:Equitable Million Club, nomic sciences.
istne Mr Jegin Jacques Ho. nd 'o-O- ner of the Friedman-
Sthe-Ptesidht 6f..the S.- Langsom-Inc ('Insurance' of New Mr. Jehan Roumain, w
Seinat& toie: iiartholtL. .York. ,a.. been ., trusted this CoDine and daughter Susanne
Ae... of-..r..ek -' thi : i loe o .the marl' rived here Friday from a t
Bh ~~ oA .bot iHaitian fiI ds.,otf .his son Eu- to Canada where they have be
Sa d .-andin- gene: a-nd his ..daughter--Seflma!, visiting daughter and sister,
-Ar iofrials t 'Public Relatiot s -workers for student in Canada.
i eni...:Mr Rave 1 Haiti in hie United$States. Papa
theoodwill.,of PAN Friedman is on his secofid trip Ir. Rhindall. Assad, Owi
to develop its here in sixteen months. He is of Hotel Villa Creole flew to
iAnd when Min it. cuierirtly guest at the Hotel Ibo- U.S. Friday to launch a publ
x..feliedititiathe Lele .- ty program for Haiti and
id ,ae~d the t. .. -: .- Villa Creole.
_Ian' G has ,ble, i.ea : n-,-vilt a wealt'fal from San Pedro, Brigitte Groehl flew to G
e to .eiaQ. fpials Calit m a-.'short stop.in cher College in New York wh
ntly in.Mia b -Pbot o thswe.Limi is the own- she is studying Internatioonal
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lations. She has been preceded
there by girlfriend Carol Sigel
who spent twj weeks here as
her guest.

..Ravissant Ebeth Noustas and
brother Joe, were seen off Fri-
day by their mohter Mrs. Elias
A. Noustas. Ebeth is. studying
in a College in New York and
Joe is at Georgetown University
in. Washington, D.C.

..Mr. Herman N. Clare, a Tra-
veliqg Salesman for a Harware
Company in Port Maria, Jamai-
ca was joined here Friday by
friend Mrs Elizabeth Millar from
Ocho Ricos, Jamaica. They are
staying at the-"Beau Rivage Ho-
tel. -

S.Colonel Robert Heinl Jr.,
Chief of the Naval Mission here
and his -wife Nancy celebrated'
Friday .September 23 the -lth

anniversary of their-marriage in
a party held at Sans Souci Hotel
where .Mrs Jeannette Carter,
wife .of Captain David Carter, in
charge of -the Fihances for the
USMC here, *was -celebrating. her
birthday. It was a gay- party.
Mrs Heinl and- Mrs Carter re-
ceived gifts from Gerty Heraux.
..Mr William Koleman, a-.gra-
duate from Yafe. University -ar-t

rived here -a month ago as.'a
Grantee. from the -Ethnolobgo'
Recrarch -Fund-.. it "'Pittsi IV
Pa. M-'. i ol.:mrin i-s ,rOn n 1
Orleans. He is here for a tlrt'
month study. Mostly' intei.estf
in social sciences, he is m'anAl J
a general survey on the rese4i;,
ches being done by Haitian Eia-
nologists. He is guest at the .iA
tel Sans Souci. '

Sans Souci Hotel was the
gayest place of all last runiht
with Ensemble La 'Gaete prci-
ding dancing, the troupe.Bico. -?
lou with the best night c jb .
show, belle and charmante 1&t fMs-;
er who has resided i-.....
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Jeainnette Carter celebrating aj'
other happy "'Printemps" w
prices gven away by Georges'-
.and Gerty Heraux on behalf'of.
-tHe Corer Store nd won' .
Mr. Shirley (All Allen, 1 0:
lawyer Francine Geoffrion, f3ti;n
Montreal, and Mr and Mrs R ,
mond Bourgeois, with all the-!f@
ficials of Pan Am, both visito.-
and residents. '.

Sympathis. John DenmltrjfI
an investment'bankeIr fro~u n i
York and his 'beautiful .wd
Louise can be seen in tlhe i.tfin
ri Merceron's convertible. '.lohiiA
is in the process of .gtowining' a
beard. John and Louise are.on :,
their second trip in Haiti. They"
are fans of Haiti. .';

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provide Haiti with the ser-

SDE "%D9 ng e e e o al1"andea
i lntned from page 1I and states that Tourist Directo ;e
recently promoted to Diyi- Jacques Horat was performing e havesome b plans for
I aager,. and Roger Wollin, 'a "good job." Southerland Tur land which we are not permit
ted to dev.ulge at this time."
.c'Rlatins Mianager, arm- Dire.clpr Andy Anderson also re-
1 ert au. Prince this wek ceived a rpertion when it vas Ilustratig PAA's.work for
s:st- at the .mauguratioi : oted, that lie is now a married Illustrating PAA's.,-work for
A; World* '" l "EI Haiti in the line of publicity in
eritlcanh W. Airways R ai the U.S. Mr.' Hornms stated that
Office at the Rond Point inI, r Hornms remared that 1960 '
a .. v q6 Pan Am fi sSpe.din~g $1,750,00
position City. had proved itself to .be a pro- on paid- adve.ttsing new-spa-
rnbers.qof tlie,local press.and bler year in his 22 years with e d d
I.. ". ..kOers, radio, TV etc., and he dis-
st industry were entertain- PAA, he. had not previously' en- ed large newspaper ads point
I.t4ch at..the Hotel Monta- countered a year with as many ed large neHpapr as in
,j ting out that Haiti was in the
Frirday.by PAA Offici(l.5 prb9rts, Eoblers mostly pg- heart o the Caribbean.
g'gg,local.,DistriF! Sales, Mla- -ed by the je.t changee, t this o
.,Dick Abbott and hrisstia.r point came deep rumblings from
glao,., r ... El.Rarncho proprieetor Ben Slun- "'If' aiti.had jets," the PAA
opng, the lunchI .Mr, dier..I man stated, ','it would be .the
'r. stressed in,,a speech "We like criticism," stated Mr 'base. of our operations in.. the
the Hotel and Travel busi- Homs, "it's ji;st like the wheel daiibbean because of its fav;ora-
&was a,365 day a year job that, squeals' the .rost; it gets Mbe position.',' Mr. Homns also
.he cong-atulated Haiti .on' f. of the grease. We -hate to displayed a Haiti booldet reprin
dvance:nent during the phsl and Wi nt to Ihear you'rproblems ted from "New Horizon" the
moni;s'in the field ol tour- and we are never going to get PAA travel booklet "- ind offer-
tIn .connection with this he upset -. we ,are going to solve ed to send several hundred of
iioied the new resort by the those problems., them to this island' as ia al-
stating that tourists now- "Hait is a'piston propellor is- ready been done in th6e'U.S.
Ear~ oldri f'I pun). sa4 leand irr'a seak.of jet airports 11
urf w eghev iJ e Ca- theneighborig islands have jet Postcards of Haiti alone. A
.an ..' ,i bu' however pr ntcd' by. the nallion annually .
AT II'l HAS -I 'a very few by, PAA for, distribution tluoughl
CRUIESs1 hopes to fly America and throughout the en-
tcntinu tai.n't he jets bre very soon." tire world. The airline also has
s9t2asB't.. WI .~J$ a 2'. minute travelogue film of
SR.l-th ? aq5f;EDUr.E'Ne' ,, this coutitry which. it ..shows
,ieasi:d h J fn-^' ^Sif we *abroad .to p otentia taIra-d
fe' 'cruistshis ts Se I isfp1ement our services and etilrs.. Ii conclusion MIr,
"-.' Horns Jr. s t at.e d that "Pan
American W.or Id Airvwas has
. it, :..- '. ,- '' i full e nfidence in Haiti's tourist
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sent cooperationn ,with the con-
*tiactors .for Haiti's forecast jet
'airprt, the, organization had of-
1'fred..to extend Haiti's present
runwra3 .,o: jet .,arp'ing stapdarrd
.btt the ov\'ernmer)t had aweady
decided to build ,a .ne' airport.
This new jet airport will natur-
aly mean a terrific boost to the
iA d's tofirist' business -and wid'
'Ul for new Hotels, shops, and
'it creased businesses.

SMr. Roger WoUlin spoke to the
-peess and tourist industry mem-
"brs present at the .lunch and
stated that he estimated that Pan
A[im spep.t $2,00000 annually on
plublicizipg the ,aribbean. He
added. that" ne' \Iweek' a PA.\
photograp.her i to be' sent o'ier
tb Haiti from Mliami to .t&kl
color shots of the newly com-
pieted. main ,sITep Boulevard
Jean Jacques bDessalines. These
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I .fields during a heavy rain. Look. .,

S he' slopn. Yu thewisa hills that
"':-t .dry out in summer? Or dothose

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si{l R fdr future use. Getithe water off

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,Mr. Wollin displayed Pan "
etican Airways newv winter s:rhe-
dule which he said had arra'iged
for this island to be served by
direct daily flights from Miami .
with three weekly Jet connect
tions with New York. .

At the conclusion of the spee- -"'
dies Go\ernment officials, Com-
munity and business leaders and i
PAA officials, together with t'h :
press attended the inaug-trat:ic.
of the sparkling new fully. arco-
-GrGounds ~Built.-:
in% con yhIrth maii.
office i ;'hghlited By.. a iwaill
ftiralj p-i'nted by popuilax Haiti'
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a'D.nd WINIFRED CHENET are seen working in tIeir BIz-dton
elrvy factory. La idlie CTeole holds exclusive rights to the
fae 'elry and the stores -proprietor. Al Nbustas stated this
that the voodoo inspired ornminents have a great future and
ie, that be had nothing but admiration for the Chernets -- not
their arfitirt .skll but also for their outstanding buleRss
integrity.. -'

The- Movado sapphlre- qiai ,- Reaf a'
gleams with a rare brnlhl ", he, a i' f
S Its hardness Is surpassed ".
only bythat of the diamii'nd.
You will cherish your
S Mdvado which offers you a
Precision thrice triumphant Rt, 148,
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SUNDAY September

Leguerze Stranded...

Laguerre's failure should not be
placed on the athlete but on the
fact that Laguerre was abandon-
ed by the organizers instead o0
being pampered like athletes
:-om other nations were.

Mhr lc'rard's letter continued
Iflwt an article in the French
sports magazine "Buts et Clubs"
had praised Haiti for sending
even one athllete to the Rome
(Qamcs and cited a thought of
Olympics Fo mder Baron Pierre'
de Conrberti "the essential
thing is to participate."
The letter added, "Buts el
Clubs" went on to state that no
body cold know the interior
drama of Laguerre, all alone i
the mdst of those thousands o
athletes from all over the world

the Bronze medal. But alas, I
could not get to the finals.
"As soon as I arrived on the
stand, being hi a highly tensed
p; state. I almost fainted twice.
iVith sorrow In my soul adm rage
;n my heart I had to give up.
the neglcirt of our organizers

September Congress wli1&'-j
attended by the erepresentdf
of all registered countries.
"Well, all that is past i
Now I ant awaiting my sal
check so I can go back to

was p-I-ble'y elilie;zed and ridi- In his coneliuion Antoine
cufed. rard stated "tlis is the lud
IP h il om e Laguerre's odys
NO OiT,- CO'l IrND,:wRSTANY31 L~P;tMome Laguerre, nad
HAITI'S LAXITY champion and second chad
of the Anteicao ncontne-'t
"Nobody iiin "olme to tild wu- glorious i trnu we weupI:
derstand that I d J nt- have at celebrated together wit- S'e
my disposal'a doctor to control her 22 F .F
daily my blood pressure as was -- No Oclment,
e cse for all ite olt'er at'lle Antoine Rodolph Herard,
-s. Nobody could understand Ex-President of RCH,
:ither that no Haitipn delegate Ex-pesident of the Haitian
s.isted thAt important sixth orf hall Association.

Here is that interior drama i" -s,-,s* ./ ...... .,,s. ,.
allits deceiving reality exactly BEST FOOD IN .f. e i A
as Laguerre, with a bitter twis -
on his lips, told us at the T'Hote i
Tudor near the United N2it io
building in Paris." iD

"The day before I left Haiti," as described' in the
stated Philome Laguerre, "the JWs. ALAINE J. 0 10
organizers gave me only 173 dol- HOTEL CHOUCOUl. t nU.. o.lte 0
lars. In Rome it was only after. .
many attempts that I was ad-
mitted to the Otympic ViUllage HOt L, thse Coi o wA ab t s a
for the sum of 16 dollars per he city of Potlonville. the l dkjli
day for a 20 day period. oues are medero 'sunto iP.t ate .l t ~
S.id e the podcan e isjoeIi~My ?eW 4siih. aial& ah
"And it was only on Septemb- art otff [ut.lh ar. na Ws db th wild .lney ai
er 6, at the denying Osingres iee. The nemat .'bI Stiam ouke
(official openlg) that I was re- ice- The
;isle.ed for the tidtest of Sept- ,h rice and blast tushmooms, 4a 0 the.li a
ember 9 because the letter ,dding. This would all be topped j 'WiIth a -tronS;.ie
,( the It;tllAn Olympic Commit- Raitiaq olie. d. .....
'e hd"'f arrived after the clps. Aside ti-m Ihotel nlght llfe, "P. ivile, po~,se :a .l
Ing of registration. u e in the West fnqls, the daaW-tti,
g of bamboo shaped lke' an tverM .le-drsean.t io '
HAITI'S DUES LEFT UNPAp F terior n ools Ike the cherf hut,.i an McIva*.ve, 'ytlagei
ernor contains a 14rge, a lik- face floor .where d
"On top of that I was obliged enestra p y the is *ll.
to pay the annual dues of the
Haitian Federation of Weightlift. COMPLETE DINNER, A. CA'TE: .
ing. Being completely broke 'I SPECIAL EN *' IN N T: .
sent a edble to the committee. FI-IRSDAY SATEVEN
in Hait which has remained un- -. T 4Y EVE-N ,.5.
answered to this day.

,' hall to sen my, return ntK-
et New York to altpi to pjy cer-
fein debts' before leaving Italy;
ud .1 prolbbly would have been
kept there as a hostage at the
order of the Village admainstra-
tiontIf a high Olpicle personall-
it had not offered his personal
guarantee for the draft of -3'1
doltars that I sigud ,to pay my.
trem. and board. .
"Not withstanding this entirely
unfavorable moral condition my
.racial pride allowed me to keep
ritact my physical form and
even to better many of the re-
cords that L had established at
York. Pennsylvannia last month.
I was able to reach a total of
999 points which is two points
better than the American 'cham-
pion and 19 points better than
pe British champion who won
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